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r f t„ COPYRIGHT By the Associated Students of the University of Washington. Judy Zimmerman, editor; Shirley Simmons, business man- ager; Lore Newkirk, associate editor; Janet Dowd, art editor. VOLUME 48 1947 UNIVERSITY OF WA5WIN TON 4 .| r ?, • ' » if FORWARD WITH THE WAR behind us and the future filled with ideas of rebuilding the old world into a wiser one which will seek to maintain peace among nations, we turn to the concept of international understanding and good will as a peg upon which to hang our hope for lasting peace. We have learned that despite the economic and military strength of our nation, we cannot isolate ourselves. We cannot shut out our neighbors and brothers across the oceans. Therefore, we must endeavor to understand peo- ples of foreign lands just as they try to learn our ways. Not only do we want to acquire knowledge of other lands and inhabitants through books and other secondary means, but we want to meet our contemporaries from other parts of the world face to face . . . live, learn and play side by side with them. Here at the University where 235 students representing 28 foreign countries are enrolled, we are fortunate to be able to enjoy this experience and gain from it. Because we know that past wars have been caused partly by misunder- standings of nations and peoples, Tyee 1947 holds up international understand- ing as a goal toward v hich we must strive if lasting peace is to belong to the world. WHEN THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON shifted Into the post-war era with an all-time high record of enrollment last fall, it presented a challenge for Dr. Raymond B. Allen who took office September 1 , 1 946, as Washington ' s twenty-first president. Dr. Allen came to the campus at a time when classrooms were overflowing and when departments and schools were in need of more facilities to handle the inci ' eased enrollment. Because he is a rare combination of educator and adminis- trator, Dr. Allen met the challenge and with calm determination guided the University through a difficult year. It is to Dr. Raymond B. Allen we dedicate Tyee 1947. -:- sgj VvfiK5 Es:r: e ,4 , r ' t - . -i ir . ' 5C« mt 1 What pCi!!. ' ■fc. iM ' Jr. . •, -, 0 ifrtn«ffli i ffflfflfl ' -- -L-wV. . t v ' ; Chimes, warming the hearts of eight o ' etock scholars on many a wet ond dreary morning. r;«»rt JL .W ' - ,, , by Dean Palmer The American flag flies high over " the Libe " which opens its doors to over I5,000 students including 235 representing 28 foreign lands. by John Hieber - Memorial Way, entrance to a no ' W covered campus, stands as a tribute to, Washington- ions who gave their lives in World. War I. by Dean Palmer The Quad, clothed In a blanket of snow, is ttie crossroad of upper campus activity and the scene of a rush between classes. by John Hieber s- Campus Obicrvotory, rendavous of s(or- gazers, ncsUes in o winter wonderland. by Dean Palmer ; » ;■ f fttg rv. ,_ -2?? , tra WuM n ■gggrtj ' i i H ■ ■H ■■_. ' ;, ■■. S P m NOR fH m y ' ni B H ' Boik«lball fans pouring f n the Pavil- ion, tcono of o stason of op bottlos. by Jo hn Starkweather Thompson holl still in the construct- ion stage destined to house classrooms and administrative offices. A r ! ■? LJ • fliJ tJ « . k by John Sfarkwealher ■•■•09 Z: . .- r Universily engineering students w!l soon be flocking io Civil Engineering hall which is nearing completion. by John Starkweather IV TABLE OF CONTENTS PERSONNEL Administration Classes CAMPUS LIFE Associated Students of the University of Washington Associated Women Students Associated Men Students Publications Scholarship Drama, Music, Debate Social Season Queens SPORTS Major Sports Minor Sports Intramurals Skiing, Husky Winter Sports Club Women ' s Sports ORGANIZATIONS Honorarles, Professionals, Associations Sororities Fraternities Living Groups V INDEX PERSOilEL » . » A I -i n 1 1 ' A m JAM DOWD I fif ' ' ft ' . , ' ' t ilDMllISTRilTlfll PRM4 STAVE, EDITOR Lyn Roth, Helen Langer, Assistants Again if is my privilege to extend my greetings and best wishes to the faculty and the students at the University of Washington. I cm well aware that the physical facilities of all of our schools are inadequate and do not provide comfortable conditions for the many thousands of students, but the fact that so large a number is preparing to take part in the affairs of our state and our nation is reassuring. I can assure you that our whole state is interested in you and in your careers, and we have confidence that you will lead useful lives and that you will contribute much to the welfare of the communities in which you will cast your lot. MON C. WALLGREN overnor BOflfiD Of fifGffllS THE 81ENMtUM 1947-49 promises to be aboul- the busiest penod of the UnWmsUy ' hisfory OS far as ©xponsfon is concefned. A $20,000,000 budgei-. including fn.hmdei payrolls ond sqwpm ai budgets, an unprececiefited building peoafam, includifia h( OT Tne meaicaT-aental center, Torms a program TnaT wiT iguraTlon of Tne meaicaT-aental cente closest interest of the regents . . . the governing board. The reappointment of the veteran regents Bolmer and Miller and the appoint ment of George Stuntz supply the news items for the personnel of the Board. I -S i ■ ' O Composed of seven members, the Board ot Regents is appointed by the governor, by and with consent of the Senate, for a term of six years, and members seive without financial compensation. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN: President, Board of Regents; Everett; LL.B., Washington, 1922. Practices low in company with his father. Term expires 1950. THOMAS BALMER: Seottle; University Low School, 1909. Vice-President and western counsel. Great Northern Railway Co. Term expires 1953. DAVE BECK: Seattle; Vice-President of Internationol Brotherhood of Teamsters; Chairman, Western Conference of Teamsters, State Joint Council of Teamsters. Term expires 1951. JOSEPH DRUMHELLER: Spokane; chemist and oil man; graduate chemical engineering, Washing- ton, 1925. Member State Senate, 1935-41. Operates Diumheller Laboratories. Term expires 1950. JOHN M. FOX: Seattle; Captain in Maritime Service; graduate Uttmark Nautical Academy. Pres- ident, Inlandboatmen ' s Union of the Pacific, CIO; Business Manager, Masters, Motes and Pilots of America, AFL, Local No. 6; Labor member Wage Stobiliiotlon Board. Term expired 1947. JOHN L. KING: Seattle; director Radio and Research, Washington State Grange; graduate Wash- ington A.B., 1925; M.A. Washington, 1941. Member State Advisory Commission. Tought school 1925-1937. State High School Supervisor, 1937-41. Term expires 1951. WINLOCK W. MILLER; Seattle; Attorney and real estate Investments. Graduate Yale. Known as " Dean " of University regents after 25 years ' service. Overseer of Whitman College. Term expires 1953. GEORGE R. STUNTZ: Seattle; Attorney; graduate Washington, 1928. Served In U. S. Navy two and one-half yeors during World War II. Term expires 1951. Clarence J. Coleman, President MEMBERS OF THE BOARD— Top row: Thomas Bal- mer, Joseph Drumheller, Winlock W. Miller. Bottom row: John M. Fox, Dave Beck, George R. Stunti, John L. King. H. C. Hun er Director of News Service L. E. Powers University Health Officer Mrs. Evelyn Cloossen Director of Women ' s Residence h| William Read irecfor of University Press Harry E. Smith Director of Correspondence and Extension Classes Lloyd Schram Director of Adult Education and Extension Classes H. C. Bauer Associate Librarian Arthur Pringle Chorles E. May Ernest M. Conrad Housing Director Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Assistant Comptroller 25 Dean Newhouse Director of Office of Student Affoirs INCREASE IN THE SIZE of the student body brought numerous new problems to the Office of Student Affairs, which likes to call itself the " Students ' Unofficial Attorney. " This added load called for a staff increase. An important change was made when the Veterans ' Administration was brought into OSA. This eliminated the tendency to place veterans in a separate section of the student government. Another addition to the staff was the Counselor to Foreign Students. Helens. Wilson Manager of tHousing Service SIUDfni BfffllfiS Merle Mudc Cojncelorfc Foreign Stude flssocifliion Frank Preston President Mrs. H. Goodfellov Vice-President THE DESIRE of the Alumni Association is to old the University to reach unattained objectives, to secure greater recognition, and to serve the country in a more splendid manner. Membership in the association aids it to initiate long-term projects of importance to the University, the develop- ment of the " Foundation for Research at the University of Washington, Inc. " , class reunions, homecomings and other Alumni festivities. The Alumni Association is expanding. In January, Mrs. Edith Korres was appointed assistant secretary, a newly created position to take care of the women ' s alumnae groups In the interest of a stronger and more unified Alumni association. The Quarterback Club, colled " Washington Club in the Sky, " atop the Camlin Hotel, was opened by a group of Washington Alumni. A series of popular Sunday evening firesides have been held at the Faculty Club. Among the speakers were Dr. George Taylor, of the Far East department and Dr. Edward Turner, dean of the Medical School. R. Bronsdon Harris I Secretory- Manogeri Armond Marion Vice-President COLLfGf Of flRIS flllD SCiCfS Dean Edward H. Lauer George Umphrey, Professor Acting Execuiive Officer of Romonic Languages George Goodspeed, Professor Executive Officer of Geology H. K. Benson, Professor Executive Officer of Chemistry Howord Martin, Professor Executive Officer of Geography Arthur Herrman, Professor Ex«cuttvft Officer of School of Architecture George Lundberg Executive Officer of Sociology Chofies Martin, Professor Executive Officer of PoiiticaJ Science William F, Thompson, Professor Director of Fisheries C. L. Hiteheoek. Professor Executive Officer of Botany At the Henry Art Gal- lery, University students have the opportunity of seeing work by both students and outside artists. Harold P. Everest, Associafa Professor Director of Schoot of Journalism Jennie Rowntree, Professor Acting Director of School of Home Economics D. D. Griffith, Professor Executive Officer of Engft Horvey Densmore, Professor Executive Officer of Classicol Languages Division of General Studies S W. Stull Holt, Professor Executive Officer of History Everett Nelson, Professor Acting Executive Officer of Philosophy Walter Isaocs, Professor Director of School of Art . b. Jocobson, of Astronomy Associate Professor and Mathematics Stevenson Smith, Professor Executive Officer of Psychology Henry Foster, Professor Executive Officer of the Men ' s Division of Physical Education Allen Benham Professor of English David Thomson, Professor Vice-Dean, College of Arts and Sciences C. L. Utterback, Professor Executive Officer of Poli+Icol Science Glenn Hughes, Professor Director of School of Drama Kathleen Munro, Professor Acting Director of School of Music F. W. Orr. Professor Executive Officer of Speech 31 LLffi Of MOfHICS flllD BUIBS Dean Howard H. Preston 32 not! Mund Professor of Economics Assocjote Professor of Accounfing Profeisai " ol Lobar, Difsetef of Bureou of Ins+Ifutfon of Labor Economics sslsfanf Professor of tobo The demand of returning veterans for training in the art of making a living has filled the rooms of Commerce to an all-time peak load. Grant Bu+terbaugh Associate Professor of Statistics Nathonael Engle, Professor of Marketing. Director of Bureau of Business Research 33 COLLfGf Of tDUCflllOn THE WORK of the College of Education extenc into many ai-eas and special fields. The demand for well-tiained teachers is reflected in the tremendous increase in enrollment both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The College of Education is aware of the fact that teachers of tomorrow ' s ci- izens will be no better than the training which is given them in the teacher-training institutions, if is for this reason that careful attention and study is given to the planning of new courses and to ils i revision of the teacher-training curriculum to the needs of a changing society. As Dean of the College and Head of the Depart- ment of Education, Dr. Francis F. Powers has many duties which occupy his time and attention. At present he is studying recommendations of the Strayer Survey of Public Education and planning a diagnostic reading sui ' vey. In moments of relaxation his thoughts turn to his hobby .... fishing. Dean Francis F. Powers 34 Alice Hayden Associate Professor of Educational Research John E, Corbally Professor, Secondary Education Director of Cadet Teaching Dean Powers and his staff of assistants are kept busy with new problems as they meet changes and additions in the college. 35 COLLfGf Of tnGinBIHG THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING has felt the = full force of the pressures of enrollment and at- tendant problems of shortages in housing labora-3 tory, classroom, office and staff since the highly mechani7ed nature of World War II has been a powerful stimulus in directing veterans returning - to college toward engineering as a profession. Present enrollment in the Engineering college is limited to 2100, a number which is fifty per cent Jn excess of the previous maximum. Veterans com- prise more thon ninety per cent of the Freshman - and eighty-five per cent of the other classes. The = staff has been increased by one-third, although no additional space has as yet been provided. After many years of distinguished sei " vice as I professor of mechanical eng ' neering, E. O. East- -_ wood has relinquished his executive duties. Pro- fessor E. S. Eastman has been appointed head M of Aeronautical Engineering and Professor B. T. .. McMinn, head of the Mechanical Engineering ' division. Dean Edgar A. Loev With the increase in enroll- ment and staff came addi- tional activity in the College. The structural laboratory has been completed; C. C. More Hall is expected to be ready next fall. Near righf: H. K. Benson, Head of Depcitmenf of Chemical Engineering For right: Austin Eastman. Professor, Executive Officer of the Department of Electrical Engineering Near right: Coptain H. Mcintosh, Professor of Naval Science, Commandant of NROTC Far right: Colonel William Jones, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Command Officer of Army Units Professor, ecutive Officer of the Depat-tment of CivJf Engineering Frederick Eostmon, Professor, Head of Aeronautical Engineering Head of Department of ritcox, rrotessor, Head of Department of Genepoi Engineering w s% , « rtS v F COLLfGt Of fORfSIRy AFTER FOUR YEARS of les+iicted enrollment due to the war, the College of Forestry is ogain back in the running with the largest enrollment since 1937 and with the largest Freshman class on record. Veterans ave very much in evidence, making up eighty-two per cent of the enrollment. Last spring Pack Forest, where Sophomores secure their initial wood experience, had its first class since 1942. This year, in order to take care of the arge number which must atten_d, both spring and summer sessions are being held. Garb Day, with its log rolling, tree climbing, chopping, bucking and beard-growing, is also back on a pre-war basis, as is the annual Forest Club banquet where alumni and others engaged in the forest and wood -using industries become acquainted with students. The College has been active in research in operation with industry and government this ye Dean Gordon D. Marckworth 3t J. Kenneth Pearce, Professor of Logging Engineering, has been ac- tive in examination of University lands and In the onnual analysis of timber sales in the Douglas fir region. GRflDUfllf Dean Edwin R. Guthrie 40 Robert Gitler. Director of School of Librarionship THE TWELVE-MAN GRAD- UATE COUNCIL represent- ing the four large divisions of ihe University . . . humanities, social sciences, natural sci- ences and technology . . . makes the majority of deci- sions concerning degrees. 41 SCHOOL Of Lfllll Dean Judson Falknor 42 J. Gordon Gose Professor of Low Total enrollment in the law school for the last prewar year was 155. Enrollment in the law school for the 1946 autumn quarter is 441. 43 ON OCTOBER 10, 1885, the Board of Regents of the Teiritoi ' ial University received a report from a committee which had been appointed to submit a plon for the organization of a depai ' tment of med- icine. The report included a detailed outline of the curriculum, the faculty, the costs, tuition, fees and requirements for graduation. According to the min- utes, the Board of Regents authorized the announce ment of the opening of the school. _ ; It would moke an interesting historical document = to investigate all of the details as to what happened to this plan, but the medical school was not started. Abortive attempts were made to start a medical school on at least two other occasions. It was not, however, until the legislative meeting of 1945 that schools of medicine and dentistry were finally author- ized and funds set aside to become a reality. Thus, sixty -one years after the original proposal, these schools have become part of the Un iversity of Washington. Dean Edward L. Turner Dean Ernest M. Jones 44 SCHOOLS Of IDIC DKIRy T indle; Professof Executive Officer of Deparfmenf of Anafomy James M. Dllfey, Professor Executive Officer of Pharmacology 1 Assistant Dean of the Medical Schoof arl r. Norris Professor of Biochemistry Harles A. bvans. Pioiessp Executive Officer of the " = Department of Microbology Stuart Lippincott, Professor Executive Officer of Department of Potholoqy Theodore Ruch, Professor Executive Officer of Physiology 45 COLLEGf Of IHinfS Dean Milnor Roberts 46 C. H. Zwermann, Professor of Ceramic Engineering, returned from position as Governor of Kanywon Province of Korea. The College of Mines mode use of the opportunity afforded by ab- sence of classes during the war to mprove laboratories, enlarge col- lections and add equipment. 47 SCHOOL Of S } Elizabeth S. Soule, Dean of the School of Nursing Under the able and kindly direc- tion of Elizabeth S. Soule, unity and progress continue in the School of Nursing. are not only from the Univel ' sity of Washington School of Nursing but from other hospitals throughout the state. Also from this office the advanced clinical program is directed. Graduate nurses seeking Bachelor of Science and Master ' s degrees receive help in planning their programs. With the Army and Navy Nurse Corps, enrollment in such courses has been increased greatly during the past year. This year the School of Nursing is glad to wel- come the new School of Medicine and School of Dentistry to the campus. Some day a spacious new building will form these three schools into a true health teaching center. The office of Miss Virginia Olcott, who is in charge of the program of the division of hospitcfe is also located in the Nursing Education BuildingT- From here is hondled the placement of student nurses in various teaching units in hospitals ai B specialized institutions such as mental hospitalsf tuberculosis hospitals and children ' s hospitals. 48 COLLfGf Of PHflRfUflCy Dean Forest J. Goodrich 50 f •X • l i L. W. Rising, author of recent textbook, " Fundamental Principles and Processes of Pharmacy " hHeber Youngken, former Navy lieutenant and active research man on plant drugs Louis Fischer, Director of Pharmaceutical Chemistry THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE. Forest J. Goodrich, is chemist for the State Department of Agricul- ture. In the laboratory appear all types of foods and drugs sent In by state inspectors. Wines, spirituous liquors are also checked and an- alyzed. The laboratory is housed in Bagley Hall and is devoted entirely to analytical and control work for the state. 51 MILlTilRy VLAD USIIilKIIFF, EIIITOR 52 , -k n scflBBBRD m nm Keith F. Oles 1st Lieutenant, CAC-Res. Arthur W. Menick Captain. Intontry William J. Runclman, Jr. T, 4. Signal Corps Not Pictured: William C. Bunch, Lt. Ilg). USNR; Robert Brown. 1st. Lt.. AAF-Res.; Reed Hansen, Lt. AAF-Res. I COMPANY, FIRST REGIMENT, of Ihe NoHonai Society of Scabbard and Blade Is the National Military and Naval honorary representative on this campus. Members are chosen from both the Naval and Military ROTC groups and are selected from the top 30% of their respective classes. The National Society has more than 40,000 members the majority of whom ore officers In the Naval and Military Reserves of the United States. Not Pictured: William Donley, J. A. Erickson, Donn hi. Frizzell, James J. Gangler, George hi. hlood, Kris Jorgensen, F. Stanley Linn. T. C. Smyth, Owen A. Barnes, Paul Clements, Richard hlorton, Donald Lake, Donald Laverty, John Metzenberg, Robert Patterson, David Stephens, George Tovernio, Gordon Tucker. 54 Bolmer, Donald G. Barnelch, Edword B. Bennett. J. R. Benvenlste. Robert M. Brewer, James C. Bristol. Don R. Brown. Robert G. Callow, Gordon M. Carter. Wesley Cleosby, Gilbert Clinkenbeard. David Coughlin, Daniel Croswaite, Ftorold Davis, Paul H. Degler. Hugh Eornest, John Endahl, Charles Fronklond, Charles Hoguewood, Herbert Horlon, Monson Hotto, Leslie Huff, Lynn Hungar, Gordon Hungote, Robert Lowson, Robert Lockwood, Eugene McCurdy. Richard A. McEleney. Philip Mackay. William Mayer. Jack Moore, Alexander Oles, Stuart Paulsen, David Poulson, Owen Smith, Rowland Smithey. Paul Sorenson, Arthur Tang, T. Kenneth Tate, Robert Utterstrom, Ray Whelpley, Howord White, Alton Wilson, H. Scott Winge, Carl Wood, William Young. Homer AMMi f ' ® i flfidiy officffis A PART OF THE UNIVERSITY for more than fifty years, the Reserve Officers Training Corps is again moving to tal e its place as a leading element in the peacetime military establishment. From its self-selected ranks have gone officers who have made brilliant records in two World Wars. Now in o new phase with the freshmen and sophomores come veterans from all the wartime services, all volunteers, qualifying for their Reserve com- missions while they work for their college degrees. New war-proven equipment and Officer and NCO instructors with on aggregate foreign service experience of more than thirty-eight years make the post-war courses far outmeasure in value those of former years. The Scabbard and Blade, re-activated after a suspension of four years, is combining again the Naval and Army ROTC advanced students in its participation in the activities of the Notional Services honorary. It Col. William Jones. Jr., Professor of Military Science and Tactics Hojor James D. Donlon, Jr. Executive Officer Major Bert H. Backs+rom Unit Director, Artillery Corps Major Stanley M. Mix Unit Director of Infantry Mojor George L. D ' Amello Unit Director, Quartermaster Corps Copt. Arthur W. Merrick Infantry Instructor Scabbard and Blade Advisor Capt. Eugene L. Noreen Infantry Instructor ss NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER INSTRUCTORS of fhe Department of Military Science and Tactics. Seoted: T Sgt. Max P. Putnam, M, Sgt. Gole A. Wollis. S Sgt. Steward W. Powell, Tech. 5 Edward C. Vincr. Sgt. Christopher O ' Kelly. Standing; S Sgt. Richard A. Stephens. M ' Sgt. Newton M. Johnson, M, Sgt. Hazen T. Goge. M. ' Sgt. Jack Mortin, S Sgt. William M. Liddle. fiOIC flCIIVIIIfS DURING THE COURSE, thorough instruction is given in military mop reoding and plotting. W. N. Kallna learns how to sight the azimuth compass from Captain Eugene Noreen. RECEIVING THEIR ISSUE OF CLOTHING at the beginning of the quarter, students J. E. Churchill, William O. Ellison, and R. E. Hord line up at M Sgt. Martin ' s supply window. LEARNING HOW THE FIELD RADIO OPERATE Duone D. Newcomb checks the manual for insfru tions, Donald W. Wiethructer is " on the olr " or Bruce A. Keen supplies the transmitting power. I structor is Signal Corps M Sgt. Newton Johnso M SGT. GAGE SHOWS THE OPERATION of Coast Artillery Range computing devices to elementary course students Gerald F. Anderson, Loren E. Rodford, Donn G. Shonk- land. PART OF THE ROTC RIFLE TEAM on the range for practice firing under tlie instruction of coaches S Sgt. and T Sgt. Putnam. Mem- bers of the team, S. W. Morgans, James W. Bertolin. William O. Denny. Homer C. Young. ST. KOWALSKI GIVES A DEMON- S STRATtON of important points of cargo ship construction with a cutaway model. Students: William Gallagher, Leroy D. Lancaster. Eiey Denson. Jr.. Robert W. Kurth. Roderick Gol- logher. L. V. Lohr. J. L. Carlson, Joseph L. Stone. Capt. H. D. Mclnfosh. Professor of Naval Science WITH THE PASSAGE OF THE HOLLOW AY BILL, the Naval Reserve Officers ' Train- ing Corps embarked upon an expanded peacetime program that includes 52 colleges throughout the country. A revised and brood curriculum will now turn out Junior Offi- cers ready to take their places at the side of the Naval Academy graduates. In addition to the academic curriculum at the University, facilities are provided to broaden the interests of Midshipmen. These interests may find an outlet in the Radio Club, Boot Club, rifle and pistol teams. Glee Club or Compass and Chart. Comdr. C. D. Fritter, Executive Offlcei ' Front row, left to right: Lt. Comdr. McNeill, Lt. Comdr. Bailey, Copt. Mcintosh, Comdr. Fritter, Lt. Comdr. Fidel, Major Milne. Second row, left to right: CSM Pendleton, SOM Ic Drumheller, Y2c Buck, CSK Tinsley, CY Martin, CGM Johnson, CQM McGuire, CBM Davis, Staft Sgt. Kolesar. v . i «k t i , i " i 7L ' tu t fiine DflocE COMPASS AND CHART held their first peacetime NROTC ring dance April 15 at the Meany hlotel. The dance is patterned after the traditional naval academy ring dance at which the Annapolis cadets present their dotes with the class ring. In the ring here, made by Bill Olson, each cadet pre- sented his girl with o minioture anchor for which he was rewarded with a kiss. Highlight of the evening was the crowning of the queen, Bette Mae Kameron, who was chosen from photogrophs submitted by the cadets. Queen Bette Mae, who was crowned on the authority of a com- mission granted by King Neptune, received an orchid lei imported from Hawaii in addition to a bouquet of American Beauty roses. Miss Kameron and her escort, Bill Franklond, were the first to enter the ring. Queen Bette Mae Kameron and Bill Frankland leave the ring. Guests and chapeiones i ■ HI Color Guard Bruce Laverty, Joe Bailey, Robert Butler, Robert Turner. «« " ; Battalion Parade COHlPflSS flllD CHflRI Compass and Chart Officers D. A. Buck, Lt. Comdr. McNeill, Donald G. Balmer, Edward T. Lee, Gordon E. Hungar. Instructors and Assistants CSM Pendleton, CQM McGuire, CBM Davis, Lt. Comdr. Bailey. Radio Club First row: T. F, Comick, Wes R. Carter, Philip J, M 6EI» n » M. W. Drumheller. Second row: R. W. Horton Wall, D. A. Buck, Lt. Comdr. J. A. Fidel. Boat Club Officers D. A. Taipenning, R. W. Horton, William H. StoZZitt NROTC Pistol Team Fii-sl row: Frank J. Young, H. C. Judy, C. H. K u li n. S Bcomf row: E. V. Lagerberg. W. M. Ficnder, Russell C. £ mr ic h , R , G. Brown. NROTC Rifle Team First row: A. Cuglnl, Fred Redmon, Clark L. S Linge, Leslie C. Hofto. Second row: 1st Sgt. ( ne Martin: Frank J. Young, Russell Emrlch, W. M. Fionder, R . G, B io wji Eugene Lagerberg, Chief Gunner ' s Mate Johnson; aS ! ' J amu p T l vellj:i)itiii{ Carol Jean Allen, Assistant 62 B c r 1 =«nii . H. V HycBi V 1 A SENIOR COUNCIL of twenty men and women advised ATO Bill Gazecki, pres- ident; Phi Delt Howie Blodgett, vice-pres- ident; Secretary Jean Melton, Theta; and Gamma Phi Carol Stam, treasurer, in planning senior class activities. The success of this method was shown in the varied activities of the class of ' 47. On Januory I 8 " Club 47 " opened its doors in the Spanish Ballroom to seniors only, and on February 7 " Peter Puget " repre- sented the seniors in Song and Stunt Night. Climaxing their last year was Senior Week in June, including a banquet, a picnic, a seniors-only dance, ivy-planting, and — wondrous day — graduation! Bill Gazecki, President SfniOfi CLASS Caiol Stom, treasurer Jean Melton, secietory Howie Blodgett vlce-pi esident 65 Man of the perpetual grin and the full op- poinfment book, ASUW Prexy GUMMY JOHNSON stars as campus " big man of the year " . . . post Forest Club president, and vice-president. HAROLD N. MARGARET A BELLA PATRICIA PHYLLIS JOSEPH A. AARVOLD ABBOTT ABRAMS ABSHER ACKERMAN ADAIR Scandinavian Journalism Home Economics Nursing Nursing Scandinavian Club Alpha Gamma Delta Gamma Alpha Chi Daily. Columns staffs Delta Delta Delta Senior Week Comm. Harborview Hall Harborview Hall Delta Tau Delta WILLIAM C. PATRICIA C. DOUG F. AUBREY W. FRANCIS P. JOHN W. AOKISSON AG NEW ALBERT ALBRIGHT ALFANO ALLEN Accounting General Studies Transportation Commercial Eng. Management Forestry Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Lambda Chi Alpha Theta Xi Varsity Hall 8ig " W " Club Daily Business Staff Newman Club Newman Club A. M.S. Board of Beta Alpha Psi HWSC Directors TERRENCE McKINLEY ALLEN Mechanical Eng. REX W. ANDERSON Mechanical Eng. CATHERINE L ALLMAN General E B Leary Hall RICHARD G. , ANDERSON Transportation Phi Kappa Psi IFC Propeller Club WILLIAM W. ALTMAN Accounting FRED CHARLES ANDREWS Mathematics Zeta Mu Tau Wesley Club DONALD L. AMBURN Law Alpha Sigma Phi Big " W Club CLARA MAE ANTON Labor Kappa Delta Beta Gamma Sigma Sigma Epsilon Sigma KAREN L. ANDERSEN Sociology Rofcre PETER G, APOSTOLOU Foreign Trada Phi Gamma Delta Malamutes C. LAWRENCE ANDERSON Journalism Sigma Alpha Epsilon Oval Club Sigma Delta Chi JAMES D. ARMSTRONG Foreign Trade Chi Psi DANIEL G. ANDERSON Mechanical Eng. ASME Varsity Golf RE6A G. ARMSTRONG Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta DOROTHY G. ANDERSON Sociology Pi Beta Phi. president Panhellenic ROBERT D. ARNETT Accounting Sigma Alpha Epsilon 66 ROY B. JEAN F. JOY CORAL LORRAINE THOMAS V. V. THOMAS L, DOUGLAS R. DEN F. ARNOLD ASH ASHON ATKINSON ATWATER AUER AUGUSTINE AUST Trdnsportata on Economics Music Educat on General Business Marketing Forestry Geography Marketing Sigma Chi Delta Gamma Band Chorus Beta of Phrateres Kappa Phi Austin Hall, Sec ' y Alpha Delta Phi Purple Shield Tau Phi Delta Xi Sigma Pi Forest Club. Pres. Chi Psi JAMES R. DOROHY W. JOSEPH H. LOUIS V. DONALD G, WILLIAM R. BERNADINE MARLYN J. AUSiN BAILEY BAILEY BAKER 6ALMER BANNICK BARDE BARDWELL Civil Enq. Marketing Forestry Pre-Dentistry Political Science Political Science Economics English Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega Malamutes Phi Gamma Delta Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Kapp ASCE Forest Club Compass Chart Spiked Shoe Club Pres., Enqr. C ouncil NROTC Varsity Track JO L. 8ARKLEY Physical Education Chi Omega EDWARD G. BARNEICH General Business Alpha Tau Omega CLARENCE C. BARNETT Foreign Trade Delta Chi Pan Xenia M. ELAINE BARNHART Piano Alpha Gamma Delta Mu Phi Epsilon Delta Phi Mu MARGARET E. BARRY Home Economics Phi Chi Delta. Sec ' y Westminster Club JACK L. BARTLETT Insurance Men ' s Glee Club LUCILLE K. BASS English Chi Omega RUTH R. BATES Journalism ASUW Radio Comm. THOMAS J. BAUER Mechanical Enq. ASME DAVID J. BAUMAN Geography Phi Kappa Tau Luther Club PATRICIA BAXTER Far East PI Alpha DONALD W. BEAN Air Transportation Kappa Sigma Propeller Club 67 Perpetual energy typifies AWS President PAT NIESZ. Mortor Board . . . Totem Club . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Alpho Kappa Delta ... YW ... DG ... all this and oh wh at a grade point! Friendly PAUL RICHARDSON, In the " big swim " of campus politics as past IFC Pies., also held down the job oi ATO piexy, Oval Club. Board of Control, Chr. Athletic Com. MARJORIE 1. PARICIA R. EVELYN L. PHYLLIS A. GERALD R. BEAN BEARDSLEY BECHILL BEERMAN BELL General Business General Studies Marketing Sociology Law Delta Gamma Stray Greek Club Alpha Phi (U.of Nebraska) Delta Upsilon Purple Shield Oval, Big " W VIRGINIA L. 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BOVEE BOWERMAN BOYD 80YNT0N BRAD5HAW BRAINARD Art Psychology Economics Journalism English English Pi Beta Phi Chi Phi Chi Omega Kappa Sigma Kappa Alpha Theta Beta of Phrateres HWSC Panhellenic Daily. Columns Publication Comm. Pi Lambda Theta MILDRED A. GLORIA E. JOHN P. EUGENE C. HARRY E. HERBERT M. BRATCRES BRATVOLD BRENDON BRESSLAR BREWSTER BRIDGE Home Economics Chemistry Art Management Mechanical Eng. General Studies Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Mortar Board V.P. Kappa Sigma YMCA Pres. Alpha Tau Omega ASME Zeta Beta Tau Totem Club, W-Key Oval Club 69 Hard-working and talented VICKY DRA- HAM leaves people laughing wherever she goes . . . Associate Editor Columns. ASUW Assembly and Scholarship Committees, 3.3 grades, Daily, Mnttix Toble. Fiji ' s lay cloim to " smoothie " DICK SAMP- SON, top notch activity man — chairman of the ASUW Pu blications Board. Oval Club, Board of Control, Freshman and Junior Class President. JAMES W. CORNELIUS D. JOHN M. N. BRUCE RUTH L, WALTER A. BRIGGS BRISLAWN BRITTEN BROADBOOKS BRONSDON BRODNIAK Aeronautical Enq. Foreign Trade Accounting Aeronautical Eng. General Business History Delta Tau Delta Sigma Nu Pan Xenid. President E S B Council Beta Alpha Psi Alpha Sigma Phi IAS Sigma Kappa HAROLD W WILLIAM ROBERT E. ADDISON LON ALICE M. BETTY LEE BROOKS BROOKS BROWMAN BROWN BROWN BROWN Pharmacy General Studies Insurance Advertising Spanish Foreign Trade Alpha Sigma Phi Chi Psi Varsity Boat Club Managerial Council Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Alpha Epsiton McKee Hall Mortar Board, Sec ' y Totem Club Beta Gamma Sigma HENRY A. BROWN Foreign Trade Theta Chi ROGER D. BRUCE Foreign Trade Phi Delta Theta JAMES H. BROWN Aeronautical Eng. Theta Delta Chi CHRISTIAN M. E BRUN Foreign Trade Pan Xenia Honderich House NANNETTE BROWN General Studies Kappa Alpha Theta LOUISE BRUSE Economics Theta of Phrateres President VIVIAN J. BROWN Drama Phi Mu Gamma ROBERT L. BRUST Civil Engineering Sigma Chi ASCE STANLEY W BRYAN Architecture Atelier Compass and Chart BETH A. BROWNING General Studies Alpha Chi Omega PARKER J. BUCK Economics Phi Delta Theta Big " W " Club BETTY BRUCE Journalism Alpha Delta PI Gamma Alpha Chi Publications Board CLINTON E. BUCK LIN Foreign Trade GAIL R. BRUCE Physical Education Lambda Chi Alpha Oval Club Big " W " Club CAROLYN F. BULLARD Psychology 70 RAY E BULLARO Pre-Medicin BLANCHE V. BURROUGHS French H. FRANCES BUNN Art Alpha Xi Delta Mortar Board Sigma Epsilon Siqma DOUGLAS J. BURTON Pre-Dentlstry Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM K. BURHEN Pre-Dentistry Siqma Alpha Epsilon PETER BUSH Journalism Zeta Psi JACQUELINE L. BURGESS inting I Hall NANCY G. BUSHNELL General Studies Kappa Alpha Theta EDNA M. BURKETT Ceramic Enq. Phi Mu AIME WSWS CAROL L. BUTTERWORTH General Studies Gamma Phi Beta WARREN D. BURKLUND Architecture Alpha Tau Omeqa JACK G CAHOON General Studies Siqma Nu BARBARA A. BURNETT Art Alpha Epsilon Phi PATRICIA CALENE History PI Beta Phi THOMAS H. 8URNSETH General Studies JAY R. CALHOUN History Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Zeta Philhellenica LOIS BRYAN CALLOW Nursinq Harborview Hall F. LEE CAMPBELL General Studies Chi Psi Oval Club Manaqerial Council CHARLES D CANFIELD Music Theta Delta Chi VERLE R. CAPLE Electrical Enq. Tau Beta Pi ROBERT H. CARLAW General Business Beta Gamma Sigma BETTY F CARLBERG Socioloqv Delta Delta Delta DONNAFAYE CARROLL Psycholoqv Delta Delta De Ita BEVERLY M. CARSON Literature Gamma Phi Beta NORMA R. CARSON History Delta Delta Delta MARILYN G. CARVILL General Studies Newman Club Orchesis FRANCES H. CASTLEMAN Sociology Alpha Chi Omeqa HARRIETT CATTERALL Nursinq Harborview Hall 71 One of the Huskies ' stars on the gridiron, Fiji DICK HAGEN also helped defeat a star-studded East teom in the East-West Shrine game in ' Frisco . . . Oval end Big ' W Clubs. Big W. Spiked Shoe. Chi Psi Prexy. Varsity track, Oval Club, Chr. Senior Informal . . . BILL MACDONALD . . . smiling ever-active, with a finger In every sort of " campus pie. " JOHN ARTHUR CAVERS Education Phi Kappa Tau Newman Club EDWARD FLETCHER CHAMBERS Economics EMMAMAE CHANDLER Home Economics Phrateres, Zara Koda RUSSELL D. CHAPIN General Business Alpha Sigma Phi KAY CLARK Journalism Kappa Alpha Theta Columns, Daily P[ Alpha LYLE M. FRANCES M, DAVID M, SYLVIA G, JOHN A. RAYMOND F. LYNN C. HELEN M, CLARK CLEMENT CLEVENGER CLISE CLYNCH COBLEY COCKBURN CODY General Studies History Management Art Economics Geography Chemistry English Phi Gamma Delta Zeta Tau Alphj Beta Theta Pi Kappa Kappa Gamma Sigma Chi Delta Upsilon. Pres. Alpha Sigma Phi Chi Omega Biq " W " Club Ptii Chi Delta Lambda Rho IFC O.alClub MARGARET HUBERT BUTLER LORRAINE DON E. WARD K. HELEN LOUISE LENORA E. BEVERLY FRANCES COHAN COHEN COLE COLE COLEMAN CONNERS CONRAD CODY Drama Sociology Political Science Architecture Home Economics English General Studies Zeta Beia Tau. Pres. Hillel Club Sigma Chi Delta Upsilon Atelier Newman Club Chi Omega Newman Club Hillel Foundation IFC IWA IFC President Phi Mu Alpha 72 JOSEPH W FARRELL E. SHIRLEY A. JANET 1. GUINEVIEVE W BURTON W. ROBERT J. MARIAN L. CONYARD COOK CORBITT CORLETT CORNETT CORNVVALL COTTER COULTER General Studies Pre -Law Pre-Education Home Economics Literature Mechanical Enq. Civil Engineering General Economics Chi Pii Delta Chi Alpha Phi Delta Delta Delta Home Ec. Club Pi Beta Phi Varsity Boat Club Purple Shield ASME Beta Thetd Pi PHILIP R. GERALD L, CAROL L. WILLIAM J. KAY D. EDD W. PATRICIA J. LYDIA M. COULTER COVEY COX COYLE CRAIG CRAWFORD CRAWFORD CRESSMAN General Bus ness Management Socloloqv Foreign Trade Spanish Pnrateres, Pre General Studies Speech Nursing E S B Council Chi Omega Phi Kappa Psi Pi Beta Phi Sororia Alpha Kappa Psi Sr. Ball Comm,. Sec V Board of Coni Totem Club rol UCU CHARLES H. CROSS Mechanical Enq. ROLFE W. CROWLEY Commercial Enq LORRAINE NORMAN E. E. TERRY EILEEN G. RICHARD W. LORRAINE A DAHLSTROM DALTHORP DALTON CALY DAMEYER DANELL Economics Physical Enq. Food Tech. Spanish General Studies General Studies Delta Gamma Oval Club Fir Tree Biq " W " Club Kappa Sigma Latin America Club Psi Upsilon Pi Beta Phi Sparkling smile, friendly ways and efficiency plus add up lo DG MARGE ANNE JENNE, ASUW Secretary, Mortor Boord and Totem Club, Campus Chest chairman. 73 Genial FRED OSTERHOUT kepi committees functioning smoo thly as Vice President of ASUW. . . Alpho Sig mo Phi . . . Ovol CI ub . . . Big " W " Clu b . . Footboll. ROY F DAVDSON Pharmacy Lambda Ch! Alpha MAURICE S. DAVIES Chemical Eng. PAUL H. DAVIS Economic Theory Malamutes Scabbard i Blade WILLIAM H. DAUDISTEL Forestry Sigma Chi Forest Club SHIRLEY A. DAWES Foreign Trade E i B Council LAWRENCE J. DAY Sociology Chelan Hall CONSUELLA DE BOULD General Studies Newman Club Austin Hall DONALD H. DEHN Aeronautical Enq Phi Gamma Delta Varsity Boat Club MARIANNE S. DEHNER Pharmacy Theta of Phrateres Lambda Kappa Sigma Silver Fishes LORRAINE M. DE LONG Sociology JEANNE E. DEPUE Music Mu Phi Epsilon. Pres. Pi Lambda Theta Delta Phi Mu JAMES H. DESS Forestry Products Newman Club RAY H. EWART S. JANICE B. MARILIN M. RICHARD P. JANICE ARDELLE E. MARIE V. DIBLEY DICK DICKSON DILLS DOANE DODGE DOHLEN DONINGER Logging Eng. Management Commerce Spanish Economics Nursing General Studies Sociology Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Kappa Ps AWS Standards McKee Hall Phrateres. Kappa Pi Beta Phi Beta Theta Pi Harborview Hall Sigma of Phrateres Synadelphic MADELEINE S. ROaERT B. PATRICIA L. MARGARET J. NILVA JEAN GEORGE A. SIDNEY E. VICKY DRAHAM DONOHOE DOOTSON DORE DORITY DOSTAL DOWLING DOYLE Journalism English Real Estate Art Art Physical Educa ion Pre-Mediclne Socioloqv Columns. Assoc. Ed Pi Beta Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Delta Pi Lambda Rho Women ' s " W " Promenaders Women ' s PE C Club ub Chi Psi Men ' s Discussion Group IWA Publicity Chr. Ddily 74 HAROLD H. DRESSEL Management Alpha Siqma Phi SHIRLEY M. DUNLAP Geoloqv JOHN H. JEAN DRESSLAR DRISCOLL Economics General Studies Phi Gamma Delta Alpha Delta Pi Oval Club Newman Club Varsity Boat Club HARRY A. PAULINE M- DUNLOP DUNMIRE Chemical Enq. Music Phi Kappa Siqma Tau Beta Pi GEORGE H. DROSTE History Theta Delta Chi DANIEL A. DUNNIGAN Chemical Eng. WESLEY K, DUCE Phi Delta Phi DOROTHY D. DURHOLT Geoqraphy MARY-HELEN DUFFY General Studies Canterbury Club Greek Club Austin Hall MARTIN J, DURKAN, JR. Law Alpha Tau Omeqa WILLIAM R. DUNAWAY General Studies Purple Shield ' 4b Varsity Ski Team HWSC CAROLYN J. DUSCHER Music Kappa of Phrateres GERALD M. DUNLAP Management Adelphi HWSC Varsity Hall DONALD P. EBRIGHT Chemical Enq. AlChE Phi Lambda Upsilon ROBERT R. ECKMANN General Business Beta Theta Pi THOMAS ELLIS Electrical Eng. IRE LAURA J. ELWELL Far East Delta Zeta AWS Cabinet IRWIN S. ELYN Law JAMES ELZEY Finance Alpha Delta Ph President 75 Pipe-smoking dean of Clork Hall ' s doin ' s, PAUL MADISON claims lengthy lists of ac- tivities . . . Boord of Control, Oval Club, Chairman of ASUW Athletic Comm., IFC President, Phi Kappo Sigma. Clark and Lewis Halls both claim LARRY ANDERSON, SAE. as their own . . . Doily Editoi. Oval Club, Sigma Delta Chi, Purple Shield, ASUW Publlcotions Committee. MARTHA L. ENGEBRETSON English PAUL E. Air Transportation Lambda Chi Alpha ALFRED C. Et GSTROM Pharmacy A. Ph. A. MARTHA E. ESPELAND Commercial Art Lambda Rho Ruth Ncttleton Award MARY RUTH ERCHINGER Speech Zeta Phi Eta MARIE C. ET2KORN Banking Alpha Omicron Pi Newman Hall SERALDINE B, ER1CK50N Accounting Alpha Delta Pi M. MARJORY EVANS Sociology McKec Hall HAROLD E. ERICKSON Mechanical Eng. Phi Sigma Kappa ASME ROBERT J. EVANS General E B Tau Beta Pi Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARY ERICKSON Nursing Harborview Hall GEORGE A. EWART Economics Delta Kappa Epsilon WILLIAM A, MURIEL C, JAMES E. JOHN W. FREDERICK A. HENRY R. NANCY ANN JAMES E. FADER FANCHER FARRELL FEAREY FERGUSON FERRISS FINKE FISHER Journalism Sociologv Foreign Trade Music Chemical Eng. Marketing Botany Accounting Sigma Delta Chi Daily Sororia Sigma Chi Chi Psi Psi Upsilon Blaine Hall Kappa Sigma Ammonii Soci! Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Alpha Psi MAX A. H. PAT A. LITA T. JOHN A. ARTHUR W. LOUISE HOWARD R. MELVILLE M. FITZ FITZ SIMMONS FLAX FLOWER FOLEY FONKEN FORBES FORDE Economics General Studies English Music Foreign Trade Physical Education Insurance General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Gamma, Pres. Mortar Board Totem Club Leary Hall Phi Kappa Psi Pan Xenia Phi Mu Promenaders P. E. Club Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Kappa Psi Kappa Sigma 76 ARTHUR M, MARILOU J MARY JO ROBERT ROLAND E. WILLIAM B. CLARK W. RICHARD E. FORNIA, JR. FORSBECK FORSELL FORSGREN FOSS FOUNTAIN FOWLER FOWLER Accounting Psychology History Accounting Business Admin. Geography Chemistry Marketing Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta Tau Alpha Delta Zeta Sigma Eta Chi Women ' s " W Club Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma Sigma Pan Xenia Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu NANCY L. D. PHILIP EUGENE T. JOHN T. VINCENT E. THEODORE K. ELMER R. ARTHUR H. FRANKE FRANKLIN FRANZ FRATER FREDERICK FREEMAN FRISTOE FROST Pre-Major Civil Engineering Chemical Eng. Pharmacy Economics Physics Law Mechanical Eng. Gamma Phi Beta Theta Delta Chi Sigma Nu Honderich House All-U Show Purple Shield Varsity Boat Club LLOYD R. FRY Chemical Eng. Ammonii Socii ROY 1. FUNK Business Management Chi Psi WILLIAM R. FUNSINN Accounting Alpha Tau Omega GEORGE R. FURBER General Studies Chi Psi JOSEPH E. GAMBLE Psychology Sigma Chi LEW L. GAMBLE Business Finance Sigma Chi PATRICIA A. GARDINER English Oefta Delta Delta RAYMOND L. GARDNER General Business Ph! Delta Theta PHILIP E. GARRETT Labor BRUCE M. GASCOIGNE Foreign Trade Phi Delta Theta KAY F. GATES Pre-Major Alpha Phi JOSEPH R. GAULEY Fisheries Honderich House 77 Fountain of wit and humor for Columns, KAY O ' CONNOR has been mainstay of above-mentioned Institution as Art Editor. Journalism talents also exercised as Pub- licity Chairman of Junior Prom. Fun-loving, industrious BARBARA KROHN is a Lewis Hall mainstay . . , edits speciol Doily page " Of All Things, " JJ, Theta Sigma Phi, German Club. Student Adjustment Committee. 3.6, Dolly . . . AOPt sisters rarely see her. ANNE F. WILLIAM J. BETTY JANE BEATRICE H, M. JOAN GAYHART GAZECKI GERBER GERLACH GERSON Art General Studies Foreign Trade Music Home Economic: Kappa Delta Alpha Tau Omega Senior Class Pres. Board of Control Theta of Phrateres Chi of Phrateres Pi Beta Phi SUZANNE R. EDWARD H. MARY T. JAMES W. JOSEPH K. GEVERTZ GIBSON GIBSON GIESE GILBERT Psychology Business Admin History Accounting Journalism Alpha Epsilon Phi Phi Delta Theta Wing ' n Rudder Kappa Sigma Sigma Delta Chi Varsity Boat Club Blaine Hall Big " WClub Debate Columns PAUL E. 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Chi Phi HWSC HERBERT SOTTSHALK Pre-Dentistry Siqma Alpha Mu HARRIET GOWDY Nursing Harborview Hall JOSEPH GOULEY General Studies FAHREDDIN GOZUM Foreign Trade Chi Phi THEODORE C. GRAMS Economics KAY I. GRANT PANKEY Speech General Studies Delta Sigma Theta EDWARD D. GRASSLEY Forest Management Forest Club DALE V. GRAVES Geography Sigma Kappa Geography Club CAROL J. GREEN Chemistry Pi Beta Phi Iota Sigma Pi Sigma Epsilon Sigma MARIAN GREENBERG Sociology Alpha Chi Omega Stray Greek Club Austin Hall JAMES M. GREENE, JR. Mechanical Enq. Phi Gamma Delta Purple Shield Varsity float Club EDWARD R. GREENLEE Geography Phi Kappa Sigma AUDREY L. GREENMAN Law Phi Sigma Sigma FERN L. GREENWALT Speech Alpha Delta Pi Zeta Phi Eta DONALD R. GREENWAY Accounting Tau Kappa Epsilon JAMES GREENWOOD Law Phi Kappa Sigma. President HARRY K. GROGER Dentistry Alpha Sigma Phi PATRICIA M. GREENWOOD Romanic Language W-Key Totem Club AWS. Vice-President LISLE R. 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Accounting Transportation Alpha Gamma Delta Theta Chi Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Chi Phi Kappa Psi PI Beta Phi Alpha Chi Omega Football Manager Club Encore W-Key Pan Xenia Propeller Club JENNINGS M. DON C. MARION K, ELBERT G. ARDYS E. JAMES D. ROBIN J. DOROTHY 1. HANSETH HANSON HANSON HARLOW HARMER HARPOLE HARRIS HART Finance Geography Delta Chi Home Economics General Studies Theta Sigma Phi Pre-Medlcine Journalism Journalism Delta Delta Delta Westminster Club Austin Hall Honderich House Pi Beta Phi Kappa Alpha Theta Totem Club. Pres. Mortar Board Theta Sigma Phi Homecoming Comm. Theta Sigma Phi 80 BETTY C. HARTNETT English Alpha Chi Omega EUGENE H HASSE General Business F GLENN HATHAWAY General Business Sigma Chi MARIDELL HAHON Home Economics RAY O HAUGEN Economics Delta Chi ROSALIE A. HAWES General Studies Kappa Alpha Theta WILLIAM L. HAWKS Ceramic Enq. Kappa Sigma MARY JO HAWKINS Sociology Delta Gamma Totem Club YWCA Cabinet NORMAN HAWLEY Chemical Eng. WILLIAM R. HAYDEN International Trade Beta Theta Pi JEANETTE M. HAYNES Labor Austin Hall HAROLD L. HAYNES General Business Alpha Tau Omega ARTHUR D. HAYS General Studies CLARENCE H. HECKENDORN Law Phi Delta Phi AGNES HEDE English Austin Hall IRENE M. HEDGES Drama Alpha Omicron P Sigma Eta Chi FREDERICK A. HEGG Pre-Major Tau Kappa Epsilon JACK F. HELMS General Business STERLING J. HEGG Journalism Alpha Delta Sigma Daily Stat) DOROTHY HELWIG Nursing Harborview Hall NORMA G. HENDERSON Pre-Major Phi Mu LOUIS R. HENDRICKS Civil Engineering 81 Campus Religious Council President, MARY JO FORSELL also heads Delta Zeta, and Women ' s " W " Club. Outstonding too, in Totem Club, Sigma Eta Chi, Promenaders. Blonde and ever-busy VIRGINIA HIPKOE has served on many ASUW committees in oil fields of interest . . . Assemblies Com- mittee . . . Contest Committee . . . and sub-Chairman of WSSF Drive. VIRGINIA R. HESKETH Sociology Alpha Xi Delt Mortar Board YWCA VIRGINIA B. HILLOCK Drama Ph! Mu Gamma JAMES C. HICKEY General Studies Phi Kappa Psi Canterburv Club CRC MARY G. HINES Sociology Sigma Epsilon Sigma Alpha Kappa Delta Pi Alpha LOREN V. HICKEY Pre-Dentistry Alpha Tau Omega DONNA M. HINOTE General E B Kappa Delta Drill Team H. LEIGH HILL Civil Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi VIRGINIA C. HIPKOE English ASUW Assemb ' ies Comm. WSSF Comm, LILLIAN A. HILL Music Phrateres, Zara Koda Band Orchestra GWYNETH E. HIXSON General Studies Alpha Omicron Pi Glee SHIRLEY J. HILL Speech Zcta Phi Eta CATHERINE L. HOBI Drama Kappa Alpha Theta Phi Mu Gamma I w LESLIE C. HOFTO Economics Varsity Boat Club Compass and Chart WILLIAM M. HOME Chemical Eng. Tau Kappa Epsil Zeta Mu Tau AlChE DAVID P. HORNSTEIN Far East Zeta Beta Tau JOHN R. HOWARD History LOIS MARILYN HUTTON Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi MARY L. HOWE Psychology Gamma Phi Betti BEN lACOLUCCI Accounting HELEN A. HEUBSCHER Pre-Major YUKI IDEAT Art Thetd of Phratcres LYNN S. HUFF English Compass A Chart NROTC Glee Club Assoc. Ed. Binnacle JOHN T. ILLIAS Mechanical Enq. Pi Kappa Phi, Pres. IFC WILLIAM H. HUNT General Studies Sigma Nu JOHN W. IRVINE Pre-Major Alpha Sigma Phi RALPH L. HURTLE Electrical Enq. Tau Beta Pi. Pres. PHILIP L, ISAMINGER Management Alph a Kappa Psi POLLY HUSTON General Studies Kappa Kappa Gamma Varsity Ball JANET IVANKOVICH Spanish Austin Hall PATRICIA HUTCHINSON Nursing Harborview Hall MICHEL M. IVY Far East WILLIAM H. HENRY T. ROGER G. NORMAN M. WILLIAM T. KENNETH G. JACOBS JACOBSEN JACOBSEN JACOBSON JACOBSON JENKINS Far East Water Transportation Electrical Eng. Accounting General Business Pharmacy Sigma Chi Compass and Chart Beta Alpha Psi Phi Delta Theta Rho Chi Propeller Club Alpha Kappa Psi A. Ph. A. Frosh Crew ' 42 ELAINE GERALD W. MARIAN 1. NORMAN L. KATHRYN JAMES JENSEN JENSEN JENSEN JENSEN JESSEN JOHN Nursing Accounting Home Economics Geoqraphv English Architecture Harborview Hall Beta Alpha Psi Phi Mu Acacia Delta Delta Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Big " W " Club Purple Shield 83 LAURA ELWELL, one-woman " placertient bureau " as head of ' 47 AWS Vocational Conference . . . Totem Club, Campus Chest Committee ond Chairman of the Clothing Drive. Although o journalism mojor, Daily Shock isn ' t the only ploce Sigma Nu JOHNNY WEBER exercises his talents . . . 1946 Home- coming Chairman. Alpha Delta Sigma, Doily ond Ad Staffs. ANNEHE JOHNSON Nursing Harborview Hall MARGARET A. JOHNSON Home Economics Alpha Chi Omeqa Omicron Nu, Pres BETTY JOHNSON Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Pi Lambda Thefa Mortar Board MELVIN T. JOHNSON Foreign Trade Pan Xenia CARL W. JOHNSON History VIVIAN L. JOHNSON General Studies Alpha Chi Omega C. MONTGOMERY JOHNSON Forestry ASUW President Oval Club Forest Club WARREN B. 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KLARICH KLEINBERG KLEIN KNAPP KNIGHT KNOFF Far East Management Chemistrv General Stuc les Pre-Medics Architecture Pi Alpha Zeta Beta Tau Alpha Chi Omega Delta Kappa Epsilon Pre-Medics Club Chi Omega Newman Club Totem Club Ice Skating CI lb Atelier Russian Club Silver Fishes. Pres. Tau Sigma Delta WILAM W. CAROL V. SACHIYO KEITH R. WARREN H. BERNARD KNUDSON KOBERNIK KODAMA KOLB KONOPASKE KOSHER Economics Journalism Home Economics Architecture Pharmacy Transportation Alpha Omicron Pi Pni Mu Delta Tau De Atelier ta Sigma Alpha Mu Pan Xenia Tau Sigma Delta 85 Heading one of the largest women ' s groups on campus doesn ' t seem to bother the calm poise of KAY CRAIG, All-Phro+eres Pres- ident . . . Totem Club Board of Control, Theta of Phrateres. i DAREUEAN M NEIIL . . . IWA President. Totpm Club, Board of Control ... oil this and that infect ous and friendly grin iden- tify DJ, women ' s dorms " idea gal. " VELMA M. KOVEN Home Economics GLORIA L. KRAULE Art Alpha Delta Pi Daily Office Mqr, ROBERT H. KRIEBEL Economics Beta Ttieta Pi RUTH KRISTERSON Nursing Harbcrview Hall RICHARD F. KRISTIANSEN General Business Lambda Chi Alpha Managerial Council Oval Club AUGUST C. KRISTOFERSON Accounting Alpha Delta Phi DONALD e. KRUEGER Economics Phi Kappa Tau JANE H. KRUSE Bacteriology Kappa Kappa Gamma HAROLD L. KURTZ Labor ERNEST L KVAM General Business WILLIAM S. LAINHART Pre-Medics Sigma Chi Pre-Medics Club MARGUERITE V LAND Pre-Medics Leary Hall Newman Club GERTRUDE D. JUDY M. ALICE ARDIS B. JOHN W. JOYCE M. NORVAL H. CHARLES D. LANEY LARSEN LARSON LARSON LARSON LARSUN LATIMER LAUBER English Speech Nursing Accounting History ES B Real Estate Journalism Delta Delta Delta Harborview Hall Sigma Alpha Epsilon SCA Phi Gamma D cita Alpha Sigma Phi Zeta Phi Eta Crew Big " W • Club Daily, Tyee MARILYN L BRUCE R. NANCY JEAN ALBERT H. PATRICIA A. MARJORIE A, EDWARD T. F. 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JAMES LEWIS LIBERMAN LINDBERG LINDGREN LINDGREN LINDSEY LINDSEY LOCKWOOD Chemistry Foreign Trade Accounting Sociology Accounting Economics Drama Foreign Trade Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Mu Pan Xenia Propeller Club Alpha Xi Delta Columns Theta Xi Pan Xenia BETTY D. LELAND W. ALLEN F. HOWARD D. PAUL L. LOFGREN LOGAN LONG LONG LORENTZ Home Economics Transportation Pharmacy Management History Omicron Nu Propeller Club A. Ph. A. Varsity Volleyball Canterbury Club Kappa of Phrateres EILEEN PRISCILLA WENDELL H. ROBERT CAROL E. LOVEJOY LOVERING LOVETT LOWERY LOWENTROUT Psychology Austin Hall Nursing Architecture Political Science Anthropology Harborview Hall Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Purple Shield Tau Sigma Delta ROBERT C. LORENTZ Mechanical Eng. Phi Gamma Delta Sigma Xi LOIS R. LUBERSKY Art Theta of Phrateres All-Phrateres Treas. ASUW Frosh Days 87 One of the biggest jobs on campus Is ably handled by Koppa Slg JOHNNY BREN- DON, YMCA President . . . Oval Club . . . Chairman Western Regional IFC Confer- ence . . . Internatlonol Banquet. Artistic talent, grades, activities galore— all these odd up to FRANCES BUNN, Alpha Xi Delta . . . Mortar Bo ard . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Lombdo Rho . . . Totem Club . . . Panhellenic. JEAN HELEN A. ROBERT W. ELEANOR JOHN T. S. LUEKE LUND LUSK LUTTRELL LYLE. JR. Nursing English Pharmacy Nursing General Studies Harborview Hall Month ' s Best Kappa Sigma Rho Chi Phi Sigma Harborview Hall Phi Kappa Psi MYRON E, MARY D. CONNIE E. RICHARD H. JAMES E. McCOLLEY McCAFFRAY McCain McCANN McCAULEY Management English General Studies Journalism Zoology Tau Kappa Epsilon Gamma Phi Beta Beta Phi Gamma All-U Show Alpha Delta Sigma Senior Track Mgr, Spliced Shoe Club Honderich House HARRIET M. WILLIAM P. LAYTON L. MARY 1. ALICE L. BONNIE M. 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PUGSLEY Home Economics Phi Mu Home Ec Club One of Lewis Hall ' s foremost Inhabitonts, DOROTHY ROSENTHAL, AEPhi, boasts an impressive list of honors . . . Theta Sigrna Phi . . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . . SES . . . Associate Editor of the Daily. 95 Mardi Gros Committee . . . ASUW Assem- bly Committee Choirmon . . . Propeller Club . . . Pan Xenia Secretary and Treasurer . . . Philhellenica . . . Active Kappa Sig JOI BERTRAND holds this lengthy list. JOHN PURVIS Government Service Beta Gamma Sigma JAMES S. PUTNAM Transportation Theta Chi JOHN A. PUTNAM Botany Theta Xi LOUANN RAYNOR Nursing Harborview Hall JOHN E. PUTNAM General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon FRED G. REDMON General Studies Phi Delta Theta Compass and Chart KERMIT J, REED Pharmacy Rainier Hall JOLLY S. REEVES General Studies YWCA Cabinet DON E. REGER Far East Alpha Tau Omega JOHN S. REID Law Delta Tau Delta KENNETH P. REISDORFF Drama Alpha Sigma Phi PATRICIA A. REPATH Education Austin Hall GRACE D. 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SMITH Political Science Biggest Homecoming ever was reigned over by queenly drama major CATHERINE HOBI. Also prominent in Phi Mu Gamma, " SIS " wears the Theta kite. Starred in 1946 all-U show. BARBARA P. SMITH Psychology Phi Mu Psi Chi RICHARD F. SMITH Forest Management Tau Phi Delta Forest Club Ps! Sigma CLIFFORD A. SMITH Mathematics DONALD F. SMITH Education RUTH L. TSULAN SMITH SMITH Nursing Art Harborview Hall Austin Hal Pi Alpha EDGAR H. SMITH Economics Delta Upsilon Swimming Team Compass and Chart WILLIAM SMITH Electrical Eng. G. EDWIN SMITH General Business Phi Delta Theta HAROLD W. SNIDER Economics Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Kappa Psi GEORGE W. SMITH Mathematics H. MARTIN SMITH Economics Phi Gamma Delta Big " W " Club Football, Track ROBERT E. BARBARA L. SNYDER SORENSON General Business General Studies Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Delta Delta MELBOURNE R. L. SMITH General Business Alpha Tau Omega High School Leaders Conference ROBERT J. SOWDERS Pharmacy Delta Tau Delta 100 ROBERT E. SPAHR Marketing Theta Xi DONALD E. STEELE Mechanical Enq. JOHN W. CONRAD DARLEEN D. MARTIN L. CAROL R. CROCKETT L. MARIAN L. SPARLING, JR. SPEIDEL SPROULL SQUIRES STAM STEARNS General Studies Fisheries General Studies Pre-Medicine Education Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon Alpha Delta Pi, Prcs. Panhellenic Delta Chi Gamma Phi Beta W-Key Sr. Class Treasurer Alpha Delta Phi JUNE D SHELDON P. MARILYN G. JOYCE E DONALD C. WALTER D. WARREN P. STEIN STEINBERG STEINMETZ STERN STEWARD STEWART STEWART Psychology Austin Hall Campus Chest Drive General Studies Far East Mechanical Eng. General Studies Mechanical Eng. E S B Council Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Epsilon Phi Delta Kappa Epsilon Rainier Hall Wesley Club Rainier Hall Wesley Club Compass and Chart WILLIAM H. STEWART General Business Sigma Chi JOANNA STIEGLITZ Drama Gamma Phi Beta Zeta Phi Eta LE CONIE STILES Management Phi Kappa Sigma Varsity Boat Club CATHERINE STIMMEL Nursing Harborview Hall President MARY STOBIE Nursing Harborview Hall ESTHER STONE Music Education Mu Phi Epsilon Kappa Phi Wesley Club ROBERT D. STOTT Dentistry Kappa Sigma WILLIAM H. STOVALL Foreign Trade BARBARA J. STRACK Far East Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Alpha CARLEY A. STRAUGHAN Pre-Optometry Blaine Hall WILLIAM H. 5TREGE Foreign Trade Pan Xenia ALVA L. STROPE Economics Alpha Delta Phi Big " W " Club Purple Shield 101 DENNIS W. JOSEPH A. PATRICIA ANN PATRICIA ANNE CARL J. E. GEORGE W. SULLIVAN SULLIVAN SULLIVAN SULLIVAN SUNDE SUNDE Transportation Economics Sociology Journalism Accounting Accounting Sigma Alpha Epsilon Propeller Club Alpha Tau Omega Delta Gamma Daily Staff Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pan Xenia Mortar Board AWS Cabinet ELAINE GLENN W. BARBARA A. ROSALIND M. MARGARET ANN DOREEN M. SUNDSTROM SUNDSTROM SUTHERLAND SWALLING SWALV ELL SWANSON Nursing Chemistry History Pharmacy General Studies Personnel Harborview Hall Ammonii Socii Kappa of Phrateres Rho Chi. Sigma Xi Phi Sigma Lambda Kappa Sigma Gamma Phi Beta Junior Prom Comm. Pi Beta Phi Alpha Chi ' s claim as president one of Washington ' s busiest and most charming gals— SHIRLEY NEIMAN . . . President of W-Key . . . Mortar Board . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Totem Club. HERBERT A. RALPH K. CARL E. JEAN A. JEANNE YUKI E. ROBERT G. CHERIE Y. SWANSON SWANSON SWENSON SWIFT TADLOCK TAKEI TANAC TANASSE Law Far East Accounting Art Nursing Economics Pharmacy General Studies Delta Thcta Phi Phi Kappa Tau Luther Club Malamutes Intramural Crew Alpha Chi Omega Newman Club Lambda Rho Harborview Hall Leary Hall A. Ph. A. Kappa Delta LISA W. JAY S. KENNETH C. LOUISA A. MAXINE R. WILLIAM H. WILLIAM J. NORMAN G. TAUBMAN TAYLOR TAYLOR TAYLOR TAYLOR TAYLOR TELFORD, JR. TEMPIO Physical Education Education Management Botany Drama General Business Labor Physical Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Kappa Psi Synadetphic McKee Hall Beta Theta Pi Kappa Sigma Women ' s P.E. Club Oval Club, Fir Tree Big " W Club Pi Alpha Crew 102 WILLIAM TERRY Labor Theta Ch! J. SAM H. THAL SANFORO M. THAL MARY K. THOMAS ELIZABETH THOMPSON IVAN E. THOMPSON MARGARET THOMPSON MARJORY 1. THOMPSON Zoology Rainier Hall Pharmacy Rho Chi Sociology Gamma Phi )eta General Studies Austin Hall Transportation Alpha Tau Omega Labor Alpha Phi Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta Pre-Medics Club Phi Sigma Tyee Section Editor Stray Greek Gamma Alpha Chi Hillel Foundation PHYLLIS THOMPSC Far East SHIRLEY M. LOUISE J. JUNE L. ROSEMARY ARDELL E. MARGUERITE A. DOMINIC P. N THOMPSON General Studies THORKELSON Scandinavian THORNTON Sociology THORSTENSON English THYKESON Chemical Eng. TILTON Nursing Harborview Hall Electrical Eng. AIEE Newman Club Pi Alpha Russian CI ub Zeta Tau Alpha Kappa Phi Wesley Club Kappa Kappa Gamma President Totem Club AlChE ELLA MAY TODD English Delta Zeta BEVERLY I. TRIPLEH English Literature Alpha Delta Pi HENRY M. TOELLNER Chemistry Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT H. TORHEIM Forestry Tau Phi Delta Forest Club ROBERT S. TOWNE Mechanical Eng. Phi Kappa Sigma ASME WILLIAM C. TOWNER Psychology Phi Kappa Sigma Latin American Club Phi Zeta ELSIE T. TRIPP English McKee Hall BILL H. TROGDON Architecture Sigma Alpha Epsilon LUCILLE A. TRUCANO Physical Education Theta Upsllon Phi Epsilon Chi Pi Lambda Theta RICHARD C. TRUEBLOOD Law Phi Gamma Delta E. GENE TRENER Foreign Trade Kappa Sigma Pan Xenia PHYLLIS E TURAY Sociology JACK L. TURLEY Labor Adelphi Varsity Debate Wesley Club JEAN TURNURE English Kappa Alpha Theta DOROTHEA E. TVETE Art Sigma Kappa Newman Club STEVE F. TYDEMAN Mechanical Eng. Phi Sigma Kappa ASME WILLIAM G. VANDENBURGH Mathematics Phi Delta Theta g ■ ' W Club Oval Club MARTHA G. MARY C. UMPHREY UMPHREY General Studies Romanic Languages Kappa Kappa Gamma Sigma Epsilon Sigma ROSEMARY M. VAN DYKE Journalism Pi Beta Phi JOHN M. VAN EATON General Studies Alpha Delta Phi Compass and Chart NROTC ROBERT H. VIRGINIA B. RUTH M. ADELAIDE JOHN E. VERNON F. GORDON NORMAN O. VAN EATON VAN HEES VAN LIEW YARNS VENN-WATSON VIKINGSON VILLESVIK VOWLES Law Geography Bacteriology Nursing Accounting General Busir less Management Pre-Major Beta Theta Pi McKee Hall Leary Hall Harborvlew Hall Alpha Kappa Psi Theta Chi Sigma Chi Delta Theta Phi HWSC Stray Greek Club PESSY L. MARGARET C. BETTY ALBERT D. ROBERT G. BRUCE M. RICHARD W. WILLIAM J. WADE WAIR WAITE WALDERON WALDO WALKER WALL WALLACE English General Studies Physical EducatI ion Economics Management Architecture Electrical Eng. General Business Chi Omega Alpha Omicron Promenaders Pi Delta Upsilon Sigma Nu. President IPC, President Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Chi AIEE Sigma Alpha Epsilon P. E. Club, Secretary Oval Club NROTC 104 JOHN G. WALLS LLOYD L. PATRICK E. BRUCE A. HELEN L. LELA JEAN M. ALBERT L. WALLSTROM WALSH WALTER WARBINGTON WARD WALKER WARREN Pre-Law Phi Gamma OeWa Mechanical Enq. General Business Pre-Medicine Sociology Nursing Nursing Forest tvlanagement Tau Beta Pi Alpha Delta Alpha Delta Phi Sigma Synadelphic Harborview Halt Harborview Hall Tau Phi Delta Forest Club Oval Club, IPC ROSALIE WATKINS SAMUEL D. FRANK H. DIANE JOHN G. DAVID F. WALTER E. BARBARA J WATKINS WATSON WEAVER WEBBER WEEKS WEEKS, JR. WEGFORTH Literature Nursing Harborview Hall Accounting General Business Law Journalism Scientific Manage- Law Phi Kappa Psi Sigma Nu Homecoming Chr. ment Delta Kappa Epsilon Alpha Tau Omega Blaine Hall Alph.i Delta S qma A Foreign Trade major octive in Pan Xenia. PETE P0WLI50N cap- tained Husky mermen in a success- ful swim season . . . Big " W " Club . . . Oval Club ... Fir Tree . . . International House. MARJORIE E. FRANK C. LORRAINE B. JUSTIN VIRGINIA THOMAS J. WEIPERT WELCH WELTZIEN WENTWORTH WESTLAKE WETZEL Journalism Journalism Nursing Political Science Nursing Pre-Dentistry Phi Mu Sigma Chi Harborview Hall Zeta Psi Harborview Hall Beta Theta Pi Delta Phi Mu Sigma Delta Chi Alpha Delta Sigma JAMES CATHERINE CLYDE C. J. DOUGLAS VIVEN M. ERNEST R. WHEELER, JR. WHELAN WHISMAN WHITE WHITEHEAD WHITEHOUSE Real Estate Public Health Transportation Geography Theta Chi General Studies Drama Delta Kapp a Epsilon YWCA Delta Upsilon Sigma Kappa Nursing Club Malamutes Compass and Chart 105 WILLIAM R. WHITFORD Music DORIS M. WILLIAMS History Kappa Phi, President Wesley Club PAULINE C. WICKS Accounting Rofcre Promenaders Silver Fishes DORIS M. WILLIAMS General Studies McKee Hall ELIZABETH A. WILBUR Economics Alpha Phi, President Panhellenic RUTH E. WILLIAMS Sociology Rofcre ROBERT R. MARGARET ANN WILDE WILEY Chemical Engineering Pre-Education Alpha Chi Omega J. BURKE WILLIAMSON Economi ' -s and Labor Kappa Sigma Freshman Crew EDITH M. WILLUMSEN Political Science Phi Mu JAMES C. WILL Finance Alpha Tau Omega BEE WILSON Sociology Zeta Tau Alpha Columns Chorming Tri Deit President SABRA BERGE also presided at Sigma Ep- si!on Sigma meetings . . . Phi Sigma Iota . . . Rally Girl . . . Senior Council . . . Totem Club . . . AWS Council . . . Romance Language Guild. CLAIR E. DOROTHY M, LOUIS T. MARIE CARROLL ROSEMARY ROGER V. SOL MARJORIE E. WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WINDERS WING WINIKOFF WINSTON Literature Psychology Transportation Composition English Delta Gamma General Studies Journalism Architecture Delta Delta Delta Kappa Phi Theta Chi Phi Beta Kappa Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Delta Chi Alpha Gamma Delta Propeller Club Mortar Board Alpha Delta Sigma Atelier Senior Council Sigma Epsilon Sigma ROY W. ELIZABETH ANN KENNETH M. LEW W. JOHN W. MADELINE R. CARL E. HARRY C. WIRTA WITT WITTE Win WOLD WOLFE WOLSTENHOLME WONG Mechanical Eng. Sociology General Business Geography Law Music Labor Zoology Alpha Gamma Delta Kappa Sigma Delta Upsilon Sigma Kappa Delta Kappa Epsilon Pharmacy Club Alpha Kappa Delta Delta Phi Mu German Club Psychology 106 DWIGHT C. LEOLA P. PATRICIA A. WALTER D. ADA JOHN H. BONNIE LEE WOOD WOOD WOOD WOODARD WOODHOUSE WOODIN WOOLDRIDGE Foreign Trade General Studi es History Accounting Speech Sigma Kappa Zeta Phi 6ta Foreign Trade Siqma Alpha Epsilon Sigma of Phra teres Kappa Delta Theta Chi Phi Delta Theta Sigma Eta Ch Beta Alpha Psi Minor " W Club Alpha Kappa Delta Pan Xenia Social Events Comm SYLVIA N. AFTON E. ROBERTA E. FRANKLIN C. LELONNE B. ROBERTA J. WESLEY A. WOOLFSON WOOLLEY WORLEY WRIGHT WRIGHT WRIGHT WRIGHT Far East English General Studies General Business Art Art Pi Alpha Alpha Ph! Sigma Kappa Siqma Nu Alpha Xi Delta Gamma Phi Beta Sylvan of Phra teres. Senior Class Council Orchesis Pi Alpha President Columns Silver Fishes ROBERTA WULF Nursing Harborview Hall BRADLEY W. YOUNG Law Alpha Tau Omega ROBERT J. WYCKOFF Meteorology Kappa Sigma JOHN A. ZIEBARTH Engineering BETTE J. YATES Physical Education Alpha Xi Delta CHARLES W. YEILDING General Business KATHRYN V. YOST Economics Kappa Alpha Theta 1 HAROLD S. ZIMMERMAN JUDY WILLIAMS ZIMMERMAN JEAN E. ZORN w Journalism Sigma Chi Sigma Delta Chi Daily Staff Home Economics Gamma Phi Beta Phi Beta Kappa Mortar Board Music Phrateres. Zara Koda Delta Phi Mu 107 KEITH ANDERSON, SAE, ably headed the Junior Class, assisted by Tri Delt Marlon Hanson, vice-president; Joan Campbell, Alpha Phi, secre- tary; and Kappa Carolyn Soft, treasurer. Highlight ot the year was the Junior Prom, held February I, with Kay Hughes and Ted Lee as co-chairmen for the event. Mickey Erlckson and Martha McRae were chosen " Ideal Couple. " February 7, Mary Mellitus and Jim Dickson led the Juniors in their second victory OS winners of Song and Stunt Night. Morion Hanson, vice-president 108 A HARD-WORKING MEMBER of the women ' s debate team, chai-ming JADE CHANG also finds time to head ASUW Student Adjustment Committee. The smooth functioning of this group, vital to campus affairs, proves Jade ' s ability in this field. YM Cabinet . . Crew . . Malomutes . . Songfest . . Mardi Gros . . HWSC . . International Banquet . . All these claim the interest of man-obout-compus DAN PULSIFER. Blonde Tri Delt SYLVIA NILSEN as Executive Chairman of A ' WS acted as spokesman for women ' s groups not represented on Cabinet-Council . . ASUW Scholarship Committee Secretary . . W-Key . . Sigma Epsllon Sigma . . International Banquet. Two-year Rally Chairman, ATO BILL RICH- ARDS has also worked on Tyee, Homecoming, Soph Carnival, Junior Prom, and as Songfest Choirman . . . Malomutes. ADPi claims one of Washington ' s top women, a leader in both activities and scholarship. Junior Journalist MARI- LYN MATHIS . . AWS Treasurer . . Faculty Medalist . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . W-Key . . Gamma Alpha Chi . . Theta Sigma Phi. Crew . . Varsity Boat Club . . Tou Beta Pi . . Purple Shield . . AMS Fist Fest . . Campus Chest Committee . . Chi Psi DON MACK claims this Impressive list of honors. Pert EVELYN ANNE CASE, Kappa, is one of Clark Hall ' s ablest workers . . Chairman of AWS Standards and Public Relations Committees . . Co-Chalrman of International. Banquet . . W-Key . . SES . . " It Is Done " Editor . . Junior Prom Committee. As a frosh, peppery BOB JORGENSEN broke Freshman basketball scoring records with 180 points, and has continued In the some vein through his Soph and Junior years . . All Northern Division First Team, Basketball . . Big " W " Club . . Baseball Letterman . . Fiji. Rainier Hall President FRED DARVILL maintains a 3.6 In pre-med, plus holding position on Board of Control, Cul- tural Events Committee, swim team. With a personality as outstanding as her red hair, DALE FLEURY has been a steady contributor to campus affairs . . Chairman of AWS Concerts and ASUW Social Events Committees . . W-Key . . Campus Chest . . ASUW Radio Board. As hard-working and oft-inspired editor of COLUMNS, WALLIE FUNK monthly tickles the campus funny-bone with each best-yet issue of the humor mag . . President of Malomutes . . Sigma Nu. Always friendly RUTH ALLINGHAM kept AWS records In order as Secretary . . W-Key . . Tyee . . WSSF Drive . . AWS Style Show . . High School Leaders ' Conference . . Alpha Phi. 109 Jade Chang Dan Pulsifer Sylvia Niisen Bill Richards Marilyn Mathis Don Mack Evelyn Ann Case Bob Jorgensen Fred Darvill Dale Fleury Wallle Funk Ruth Allingham Jim Kaldol, prestdenf RECOGNIZING A GOOD man when they see one, the Class of ' 49 i-eelected Alpha Sig Jimmie Koldal as pres- ident, with activity-minded Bill Grant, vice-president: Chi O Dixie Dysart, secre- tary and " Pop " Bill Stream, treasurer. December 19 the Sophs sponsored a Christmas party and following vocation gave new students a helping hand with a reception for them January 16. A banquet plus Song and Stunt Night made February 7 a red-letter day, but the BIG day was May 10 with the traditional Soph- omore Carnival In the Pavilion. Bill Stream, treasurer Dixie Dysart, secretary Bill Grant, vice-president MO A TOP MAN IN AMS AFFAIRS by virtue of his position on Board of Directors, Psi U RUSTY CALLOW is bound for big things as ASUW President . . Varsity Boot Club . . Crew. W-Key . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . Lambda Kappa Sigma . . YWCA . . Campus Chest Committee . . AWS Style Show . . Sophomore Mortar Board Piocque . . These honors and activities belong to Alpha Chi JEAN HAMMARLUND. Red-head DON VAN ARSDOL chairmanned the Rally for Campus Chest, served on Soph Song and Stunt and Cultural Events Committee, and is newly-elected representative on AMS. Sigma Kappas claim glamorous KATIE McKEOWN, W-Key, Program Chairman for IFC- Panhellenic Dance, Asst. Chairman Campus Talent Shows, Leadership Conference, AWS Cabinet-Council. Friendly and hard-working EARL ZANDER, Delt, has earned a place of prominence in activities as Cholrmon of Sophomore Skit for Song and Stunt Night, and on the International Banquet Committee. " Y " Building Committee . . Panhellenic Council . . AWS Cabinet-Council . . W-Key . . Women ' s Discussion Group . . Delta Zeta ALICE BEAN contributes ably to all these groups. 1946 hlomecomlng game half time entertainmnt was planned and directed by Sigma Nu BILL McDANIELS . . AMS Board of Directors . . ' 46 and ' 47 Soph Carnival Committees . . Purple Shield. Prominent on AWS Cabinet-Council, JOANNE CLARK is also a member of ASUW Assembly Committee, W-Key, Chi O. Frosh Standards Council . . W-Key . . Ass ' t Chairman AWS Scholarship Committee . . Sec ' y Campus Chest . . Chair- man of Orientation Tea . . Tyee . . These numerous activities are all ably handled by busy ANNE ADAMS, Gamma Phi. In the top ranks of campus affairs, Sigma Nu HARRY KNIGHT gained exceptional organizing ability through work on Purple Shield, AMS President, Chairman of the Radio Board, ASUW Board of Control, All-U Show Business Manager. Petite Kappa SHIRLEY DAY chairmanned the banquet for Song and Stunt Night, worked on Freshman Election Committee and co-chairmanned IFC-Panhellenic Dance. One of the most important of campus jobs Is held by NORM ISRAEL, Chair- man of Campus Chest Committee . . Delegate to Student Conference, University of Chicago, and observer for this group at Pacific Northwest College Conference, Reed College, NORM also writes for Columns, and serves on Student Adjust- ment Committee. Rus+y Callow Jean Hammarlund Don Van Arsdol Kafle McKeown Earl Zander Alice Bean Bill McDaniels Joanne Clark Anne Adams Harry Knight Shirley Day Norm Israel GREEN IN NAME only is the Freshman Class, for with such leaders as Beta Chuck Wil- son, president; Vice-President Hugo Berg, Sigma Chi; Sec- retary Solveig Ivarsson, Gamma Phi: and Kappa Peggy Evans, treasurer, the Class of ' 50 Is bound to go places. April 10 was Freshman Day, with entertainment, a roily, stunts and climaxed by a dance at the Palladium. With the officers heading committees. Freshmen par- ticipated in the February 7 Totem Club Song and Stunt Night. Peggy Evans, treosurei- Solveig Ivarsson. secretar Hugo Berg, vice-president 112 A MEMBER OF ASUW ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE, Chi O BARBARA VIELE also finds time to exei ' cise her tolents on AWS hlouse Announcements and Orientation Committee. . . One of the Froshs ' foremost members in campus affairs, WINS LUKE quickly reached top in ASUW work. Purple Shield, Columns cartoonist. Public Relations Committee, Schol- arship Committee. . . A much-sought-after position on AWS Fashion Council Is held by lucky but deserving BETTY WOOD- WORTH, Sigma Kappa, also an Office Manager and on House Announcements Committee. . . The big job of heading the Frosh contribution to Song and Stunt Night fell to the Phi Delta Theto ' s SCOTT CASSIL, who handled it like a long- experienced campus activity man. Theto ' s proudly cloim JANICE BAILEY, one of the " up and coming " Frosh in activities. Assistant Chairman Art Com- mittee, AWS Houseporty Leadership Conference. . . Big, blonde Phi Gam WARREN WESTLUND divides his free hours between the shellhouse and Clark Hall, since he rows in Freshman Crew and is active in Frosh class activities. . . Helping make " Music at Meany " a success through work on the Concerts Committee, energetic NANCY RAMAKER, wearer of Tri Delt crescent and stars, also participates in other AWS and ASUW activities. . . One of the biggest jobs connected with April 10 Freshman Day was handled by SAE DON SPRINGER, who choirmanned the Publicity Committee for the successful tradition-establishing affair. Past-President of Junior IFC, DAVE RICHARDSON also choirmanned a committee for the ' 46 Campus Chest Drive. . Alpha Tau Omega. . . PI Phi BARBARA WHITEHEAD divided her Frosh year efforts between Clark, Lewis and Eogleson Halls. AWS Art Committee, Tyee, YWCA. . . Freshman Day Chairman, Junior IFC, High School Leaders ' Conference, Frosh Party — all these claimed by the fellow who ' ll go for In Husky affairs. Beta JACK MAKUS. . . Class of ' 50 ' s end of the battle of wits and words In Doily ' s " Plenty of Class " column was held up by Pi Phi JOY CARTER. Concert Committee, Frosh Party. CiUHPlS LIFE 114 N A % I OWD i S. I w. BETTY STE E SOi, EDITOR Anne Adams, Assistapt v I flSSOCIflTtO SIUDfOIS Of THf univtRsiiy Of uiflsmnGi THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON seismograph probably has not recorded any earthquake originating in the vicinity of Clark Holl, but any habitue of the region will agree that the walls practically palpitate in their efforts to stand up under the enormous omount of activity going on within them. Up from lower campus for awhile this year, " Gummie " Johnson, as president, is making good his cam- paign promise to place more students in ASUW activities. Husky Fred Osterhout came up from the gridiron to take over duties as vice-president, which include his able chairmanship of the Elections and Legal Interpretations committee. Adding sugar and spice, the feminine touch to an otherwise masculine scene . . . Delta Gamma Margie Anne Jenne tried to keep the place tidied up and watch the many details involved in the management of student affairs. Fred Osferhout, ASUW Vice-President Morgie Anne Jenne, ASUW Secretary Left to right: Ivan Travis, ASUW Busi- ness Manager; Clyde Robinson, ASUW Publications Man- ager; J. E. McRae, General Manager, University Bookstore; M a re la Kimball, ASUW Office Assist- Left to rig ht; Ly le G o ss. Store Man- ager, University Bookstore; Irene Conrad. ASUW Ac- countant; Bette Maples, ASUW Ad- mlnistrotive Assist- ant; D. V. Graves, Assistant Athletic Manager. Wendell Broyles, ASUW Athletic Pub- lications ' Director. Not Pictured: Dayle Hoagland. Administrative Assistant to the Athletic Manager. 120 Harvey Cassill, Ath- letic Manager. Charles Bechtol, As- sistant Athletic Man- ager. Board of Control First row: Darljean McNeil, Pat Niesz, Margie Anne Jenne. Second row: Horry Cross, Mildred Geller- mann, Gummie Johnson, Mr. Everest. Third row: Jimmie Koldol, Key Kongos, Dean Newhouse, Fred Darvell, Kay Craig, Keith Anderson. Fourth row: Paul Madison, Harry Knight, Bill Gczeckl, Fred Osterhout, Dick Krlstiansen, Mickey Austin, Chuck Wilson. University Book Store Seated: Mlrlom Van Waters, James M. McConohey, chairman; Lollle Noonon. Standing; Nelson Wohlstrom, Lyie Goss, store manager; Ivan Travis, Dr. H. A. Burd, Gummie Johnson, Keith Anderson, J. E. McRoe, general manager. Finance and Budget Committee First row: Gummie Johnson, Dean Marckworth, Mildred Gellermann. Second row: Dean Louer, Wallie Funk, Harvey Cosslll, Dean New- house, Pat Niesz, Ivan Travis. Mrs. Hutchinson. 121 flSUlU COfUflllTTffS Matinee-Mixer Committee Bob Failing, Olive Jeon Pennlngfon, chairman; Jean Lincoln Card Committee John Nordin, Harriet Jorgenson, chairman Chorus of 1 .000 Voices Harry Knight, Anne Adams, Ai Brevik, chairman 122 Sophomore Carnival Committee First row: Betty Schugg, Gwenn Wilburn, Joan Brady, chairman; Norma Carter. Caroljean Allan. Second row: Dixie Dysart, Jack McCarthy, Wing Luke, John Hicks, Bill McDaniels, Gordon Schram. Not pictured: Ann Bovik. Stan Graves, John Murray. Penny Pennington, Bill Stream. Social Events Committee First row: Gloria Bratvold. Donna Mueller, chairmen; Patty Gieenwood. Mildred Gellermann. Second row: Mary McGovern, Bonnie Wooldridge, Dick Bomber, Mrs. Honsberry. Third row: Bill Gazeckl, Ivan Trovls. Don Breech. Miss Foote. Fourth row: Jim Weiss. Ted Lee, Mr. Draper. ASUW Concerts Committee Standing: Pat Niesz, Glen Nygreen, Dale Fleury. Mike Roeder, Vivian Durocher. Sitting: Prof. Harrison, Mad- eline Wolfe, Prof. Thomas Cook, Peggy Sare. ASUW Lecture Committee Vivian Durocher, Edwin Adams, Betty Stevenson, Ivan Travis, Bill Stream, chairmon; Ken Antle, Peggy Sore, Pat NIesz, Harry C. Bauer. ASUW Publications Committee Seated: Fred Osterhout, H. P. Everest. Patricio Lovell Horry Knight. Stonding: Glen Nygreen, George Boyn ton, Mr. George Astel, Vicky Droham. Public Relations Commi+tee Seated: Larry Anderson, Earle Zander. Standing; H. P. Everest, Harry Knight, Bill Grant, Margie Anne Jenne, Glen Nygreen, Wendell Broyles. Assemblies CommiHee First row: Janet Smith, Alice Covin, Meria Peden, Virginia Hipkoe, Barbara Copies. Second row: Joanne Clark, Joe Bert- rond, chairman; Bob Waldo, Cynthia Gonyeo, Prof. Fronike. Third row: Vicky Drahom, Jack McCorthy, Annalou Muhs, Virginia Allen. R. G. Tyler, Gladys Seidelhuber, Bill Gaiecki, Horry C. Bauer, Norden Byrd, Molly Dennis, George Phelps, Shirley Larimer. Not pictured: Jerry Andrews, Bill Grant, Will Harrell, Charles Kletsch, Bill Ingram, Bob Smith. Radio CommiHee Seated; Horry Knight, choirmon. Standing; Henry Koriel, Otto Skokan, Edwin Adams, Jack Henriot, Ruth Bates. Cultural Events Committee First row; Daphne Stewart, Dole Fleury, Roberta Worley. Sec- ond row; Dr. C. Sovoge, Don Van Arsdol. Not pictured: Brew- ster Denny, Prof. George McKay, Miss Hope Foote, John Conway. Campus Chest Committee First row: Dick Smith, Anne Adams, Patricia Lovell, Kay Hughes. Second row: Sylvia Nilsen, Ann Muhs, June S+Ien, Dole Fleury, John Huston. Third row: Galen Truesdell, Don Van Arsdol, Bob Newhord, Carol Crosby, Dorothy Rosenthal, Norman Israel. ASUW Scholarship Committee Harry Knight, Sylvia Nilsen. Joan Campbell, Vicky Drahom, Margie Anne Jenne, chairman; Glen Nygreen. Not pictured: Dean Barth, Norm Van Brunt. Activity Files Committee Nancy Sloden. Judi Smith, cholrman. Malamutes and Rally Girls Committee First row: V aW ' ie Funk. Pat FitzSimmons. Jean O ' Brien, Jan Mclntyre, Ruth Brink, Marybelle Becker. Second row: Bill Rich- ards, Jock Houston, Joe Harlacker. Third row: Jack Opper- man, Larry Gieen. Elections and Legal Interpretations Connmittee Stuart Oles, Marilyn Hieber, Fied Osterhout, chairman. 125 Student Adjustment Committee First row: Mary Randolph, Gloria Gaston, Barbara Krohn. Second row: J. B. Harrison, Viola Garfield, Jade Chang, chairman; Robert O ' Brien, Merle Mudd. Third row: Paul Madison, Margie Anne Jenne, Bob Bauer. Gummie Johnson, Pot Niesx, George Solnsbury. International Banquet Committee First row: Bob LaChonce, Jean Elchelberger, Wing Luke, Evelyn Ann Case, chairman. Second row: John Brendon, Patricio Lavell. Lorry Smith, Marilyn Dupar, Velma Wasser, Third row: Priscllla Fox, Eorle Zander, Alice Wilson. High School Leaders ' Conference Committee Seated: Fred SchlHing, Pat Sullivan, chairmen. Standing: Mel Smith, Gloria Cava, Idollce Squire, Burr Barthel, George Salnsbury, Barbara Afflerboch, Mike Gragg, Aileen Foster, Barbara Teutsch, Jack Noe, Madeline Jones. Student Organization Committee Kneeling: Joy Sulllvon, Bob French. Standing: Dorothy Mathson, Mar gie Anne Jenne. Mildred Gellerman, Shirley Nelman. 126 Contest Committee First row: Paul Wright, Barbara Teutsch. chairman. Ted Christiansen. Second row: Margaret Farwell, Mrs. Muriel Guberlet, Virginia Hipkoe. Reception Committee Bill Grant, chairman; Betty Brokow, Jim Fish, Eorle Zander. Athletic Committee Seated; Dale Redfern, Paul Madison, chairman; Don Hanson. Stand- ing: Sam Robinson, John Corbley, Jr., Harvey Cassill, Chailes May. Welcome Week Committee Larry Smith, chairman; Doris Wells, Anne Adams, Earle Zander. Members not pictured: Lois Lubersky, Priscilla Fox, secretary; Lorry Anderson, Norman Von Brunt. 127 p GARDENI OSIOF )MANDIE OLD I BACON AFFORD " 7 — 4.5 M! CANDIOS W i w. s. ALICE nn CASTLES, EIIITOB Doriij WHIs, Issislanl 130 W ; V " V, fl. HI. s. PAT NIESZ, AWS President THAT FRIENDLY AND INVITING lounge on the second floor of Clci-k Hall Is the head- quorters of the Associated Women Students, the coordinating organization of campus women ' s groups. AWS has been the training ground for potential BWOC ' s and has made a name on campus for its social functions, community service and campus services. Policy-making body for the organization is the AWS Council composed of presidents of women ' s groups. The AWS Cabinet consists of chairmen and assistant chairmen of the standing committees. The Cabinet meets every other week to determine the AWS program, vote on policy matters and approve the actions of the executive board. Cabinet-Council has several yearly extra-curricular events including fall and spring conferences, the Mother and Daughter teas and the usually hilarious Father-Daughter banquet. The executive board which holds the strings is composed of the five officers of AWS. Mainspring of AWS has been enthusiastic, hard-working Pat Niesz, whose vital interest in things AWS has been responsible for much of the organization ' s activity this year. The girl who hounded cabinet members for reports was vice-president Potty Greenwood. She also served as AWS representative on the Social Events committee. Sylvia Nilsen was executive chairman and officially represented all women ' s groups not otherwise represented on council. Sylvia handled AWS elections and planned the spring leadership conference. Ruth Allingham, as AWS secretary, took care of correspondence and agendas, and Marilyn Mathis pored over an adding machine and account books as AWS treasurer. 132 MARILYN MATHIS Treasurer- SILVIA NILSEN Executive Chairman PATTY GREENWOOD Vice-President RUTH ALLINGHAM Secretary 133 ' 3BA - Peggy Sare Concerts and Lectures Manager " Jean Hathaway Secretary to Mev Hansberry Margai ' et Farwell Activities Manager Joanne Coyle Secretary to AWS flUJS CflBIOfI Jacqueline Dobson Frances Blane Mary Pat Nelson Carol Crosby Kay Hughes Marilyn Anderson Nayna Frederick Pat Sullivan Barbara Teutsch Jean Hommorlund Barbara Morgan Betty Stevenson Dorothy Carlson Carolyn Goff Gloria Cava Barbara Afflerbach Evelyn Anne Case Gloria Brotvold Rosalie Relchmuth Dale Fleury Penny Pendleton Joan Campbell Aileen Foster Madeline Jones Laura Elwell Barbara Boushall =F3 flUIS COIHfHITIffS Volunteer Service Committee f Public Relations Committee Lectures Committee Molly Dennis, assistant; Nancy Sladen. Not pictured: Marilyn Hieber, chairman. Front: Joan Conner, Evelyn Ann Case, chairman; Grace Mary Westing. Back: Florine Majors, Delores Dutfy. Betty Stevenson, choirmon; Marianne Myers, assistont. 136 College Days Committee Joanne Clark, Barbara Afflerboch, chairman; A my Lee Hoyt, Nancy McFadden, Patty Blockmore, Gerry Krum. Not pictured: Marilyn Bruce, Marlon Borg- stodt. Concerts Committee Front: Merilyn Wlltsle, assistant; Dale Fleury, chair- man. Bock: Corme Field, Nancy Ramaker, Bev Lockhait. Not pictured: Joanne Isaacson, Pot Sells, Jocquelyn Stephens, Arleen Noonan. Hobbies Committee Front: Josie Kubley, Eileen Berry, assistant. Back; Jane English, Dot Carlson, chairman; Dixie Dysort, assistant; Jane Pacher. Coed Counselor Committee Front: Pat Davis, Nancy Ramaker. Back: Joan Russell, Alice Bean, assistant; Carol Crosby, chair- man; Jane Brace, assistant; Glenna Mcllralth. 137 House Announcements Connmit+ee Frances McCullan, Jean Hammarlund, choirmon; Judy Gerbel. Barbara Bufler, Barbara Whitehead, Jean Eichelberger. assistant. Student Union Committee Seated: Carolyn Soff, chairman. Standing; June Anderson, Mary Vevo Templeton, Mary Maxwell, Harriet Jorgenson. Mary Jean Hagen. Not pictured: Patty Blockmore. Vocational Committee Front row: Velma Wasser. assistant; Loree hHenderson, Laura Elwell, chairman. Back row: Barbara Miller, Shirley Wright, Alice Jean hHIgglns, Margaret WIndemayer. Social Committee Front row: Joanne Embry, assistant; Gloria Cava, chairman; Charlotte Wenke. assistant. Second row: Elizabeth McNamee, Beverly Clarke, Florita Oien, Nancy Owens. 138 Art Committee First row: Janis Bailey, Marilyn Dupor, assistant; Barbara Bou- sholl, chairman; Pat Engle, assistant; Beverly Rohrer. Second row: Beverlee Moore, Mary Ostroot, Mariana Thompson, Jean Bolger, Katherine Matsudo. Scholarship Committee Front row: Peggy Joy, Solvelg Iverson. Phyliss Crothers. Bacl«; row: Eileen Eubank, Anne Thorlokson, assistant; Joan Campbell. chairman; Anne Adams, assistant; Idallce Squire, assistant; Martha Poolton. Office Personnel Seated: Mignonette Holland, Carol Sylllaasen. assistant; Kath- erine Hughes, chairman; Norma Stave, assistant; Barbara Whitehead. Standing: Laura Doust, Betty Field, Beverly Nelson. Honor Gues ts Committee Front: Joanne Gunn, Betty Peterson. Back: Gerry Hyde, Blod- wen Dowiord, ossistant; Madeline Jones, chairman; Caroljean Allen. Marjory Stevens. Standards Committee Front row: Joan Campbell. Alice Wilson, assistant; Mickey Moloney, MorgJe Anne Jenne, Betty Browne. Back row: Mrs. Honsberry, Mrs. Jack, Kay Craig, Doreljean McNeill. Gloria Bratvold, chairmon; Pit Niesz, Margaret Farwell. Football Corsage Committee Seoted: Potty Blockmore. Betty Stevenson. Second row: Sue Brannen, Jackie Dobson. chairman; Jeanne Kripner, assistant; Marilyn Good now, Pat Wood. Bock row: Vivian Westlund. Brita Almquist. Activities Committee First row: Marilyn Goodnow. Daphne Stewart. Barbara Affler- boch. chairman; Merilyn Wlltsle. Second row: Jean O ' Brien, Norma Martin, assistant. Mary Belle Becker, Not pictured: Betty Dow. assistant. Fashion Board Laura Doust, Mary Jo Radavich, Joon Southwick, assistont; Marion Hanson, chairman; Janis Fraser, Lillian Strandin. Not pictured: Helen Longer. 140 Drives CommlHee Ramon a Mendes. Dorothy Hartford, Marilyn Anderson, chairman; Shirley Sim- mons, assistant; Anne Von Hoin. Blood Bank Committee Doris Wells, assistant, June Eggers, Betty Breti, Noyna Frederick, chairman. Not pictured: Ann Rogers. Canteen Committee Nancy Lawotn, assistant; Frances Blane, choirman; Diane Horwiti, Yvonne Clev- erly, Joan Lewis. Campus Talent Shows Kathleen McKeown, asslstont; Penny Pen- dleton, chairman; Ellle Pot+erud, assistant; Frances JosHn. 141 Freshman Standards Committee Patricia Lavell, Borbara Teutsch, chairman; Jean Wells. " It Is Done " Committee Barbara Ciawford, Rosalie Reichmuth, chairman; Katharine Lincks. Hostess Committee Front row: Rebecca Viele, Gerrie Cox. Alice Jane Castlen. Second row: Doris Shave, Marly n Burnley, Barbara Morgan, chairman; Nancy White, assistont, Charlotte Wenke. AWS Council Seated: Sylvia Nllsen, Joan Campbell, Margie Anne Jenne, Potty Greenwood, Marion Hanson, Kay Craig, Sigrid Carlsen. Standing: Ann Hogen, Pat Niesz. Jackie Hilsher, Marilyn Mathis, Ruth Allingham, Marian Wilkeson. Beverly Day, Lucille Trocono, Dorothy Maihson. 142 flUlS CfinDIDS TOP TO BOTTOM: Jean Melton, Mortar Board president, presents Joan Campbell and Jean Hom- marlund with the Mortar Board plaque in recogni- tion of outstanding scholarship. Members of cabinet-council and of standing com- mittees became acquainted with foreign women students at a tea given by AWS in their honor last November at Eagleson hiall. AWS officers for 1947-1948 just after they were announced at the scholarship banquet are Joan Campbell, president; Eileen Berry, secretory; Anne Adams, executive chairman; Katie McKeown, treas- urer, and Marilyn Hieber, vice-president. Members of the freshman standards council dis- play the toys which they wrapped at Christmas time for children at hiarborview and Orthopedic hospitals. BELOW: The Tri-Delt pansy ring, at which senior women who have become engaged or married during the last year are honored. The event, which started on this campus June 1946, is an annual Tri-Delt tradition. DICk EILI KST ] , EDITflK 144 a ri % -. ' V r ' - ' " ORIGINATING DURING the year 1944-1945 under the name of the Men ' s Federation, the Associated Men Students is rapidly developing into a progres- sive organization on the campus. The purpose of AMS, as stated by its constitution, is to provide " social, athletic and cultural activities for all men, regardless of age, affiliation, race or creed; so that each new student shall find easily and quickly his place In campus life. " Consequently AMS Is Interested in seeing that Veterans get a " square deal. " The Executive Department consists of a Board of Directors served by seven students and three faculty members. The Board selects its own chairman who represents the organization on the Board of Control. Analogous to AWS and functioning under the ASUW, AMS has token an active part In campus life, considering that the organization Is still some- what In the initial stages. AMS was the first representative men ' s group to be organized in the Pacific Coast colleges. Glen Nygreen, focuHy odvlsor R. E. Belshaw, faculty advisor Edward C. Lingatel+er, faculty advisor 147 fl fH S COdimilKK Departmental Organization Committee Left +0 right: John Allen, chairman; Allan Klukis, Don Evans. Dick O ' Donnell, Tom Dowling. Kent Willson. Members not pictured: Al Jones, John O. hiicks. AMS Scholarship Committee Left to right: Jim Colopy, Idalice Squire, Phil Graffun- der, chairman. rejects Committee Soriano, Del McNutt, George Solns- rmlt Hoeft, Joy Sullivan, John Allen, red: Norm Van Brunt, Bob Barr, Ray 148 Memorial Scholarship Committee Left to right: Alan Klukis, Wing Luke. Prosper " Bud " Hill, Jim Dickson, Thod McArthur. Dean Borth, chairman. Bridge Instruction Group Left to right; Dick Shinstrom, Gil Cleasly, chairman; Eileen Berry, Dot Carlson, Tom Dowiing, Dixie Dysart. Boxing Tournament Committee Bock row, left to right; Bob Barr, chairman; Ancil Payne. Armand Miller, Don Mock, Vonce McDonald. Tom Skal- ley. Front row, left to right: Jack Huston, Paul Sibbs, Wallace Keon. Bowling League Committee Left to right: Don VonArsdol, Bobbie Wright, Richie Sterne, chairman. 149 PlIBLIfilTlllIS m mm. mmw ISO Lioyd Stockhouse. Editor, first holf of year Lorry Anderson, Editor, second half of yeor J Deny fDIIORIflL SIflff 1 Bill Botes, Associate Editoi first half of year 152 George Astel, Foculty Advisor Leff to right: George Boynton, Pete Bush, Gloria Cava. Below: Kay Clark. STRUGGLING TO MAKE THE DAILY " the students ' newspaper, " yet trying to publish more than a campus bulletin board, The Daily staff spent the first full-scale post-war year in Lewis hioH ' s second floor " Shack. " But spring vacation ' s " facial " lifted the room from the " shack " to modern city-room category. Sardonically-sarcastic Lloyd Stockhouse occupied the editor ' s desk fall quarter and port of the winter term before his dry wit gave out while helpfully criticizing his neophyte staff. Lloyd ' s policy on " what ' s news " stimulated wide discussions and aroused the writing of numerous " letters to the editor, " but marked The Daily as on independent, though self- conscious newspaper. Toll, versatile Bill Bates deftly chopped copy from his desk as associate editor until the Pasco hHerold beckoned him east. Pipe-smoking Lorry Anderson, dapper activity man, was editor for the second half year. While keeping much of the campus happy, easier-going Larry sparked a controversy over milk prices with a local dairy and the Bay villagers, besides stirring up feeling about " veterans ' polls " and stu- dent conferences. Little Dotty Rosenthal ' s sharp " It ' s 5:30; stop the type- writers! " became a watchword when she took over the ossociote editor ' s position. Left to right: Joe Gilbert, Jim Grant, Guttorm Gregerson. Above: Will Foder Robin Harris Dorothy Hort Harriet Jorgenson Barbara Krohn Gerry Leese VInce Martin Q Left to right: Marilyn Mothis, Maurine Meserve, Patricia Mostosky. 154 Coiol Muidock Don Page Hany Potton Valeen Pon Rosalie Reichmufh James Stuorf TURNING OUT each clay ' s issue was the familiar, hectic operation it hos always been. In spite of confusion and clatter amidst shouts of " more head writers, " the JJ ' s wrote reams of inform- ative and sometimes entertaining copy to fill the 14,000 papers — top circulation in Daily history. Advisor George Astel ' s helping hand often pushed the lost stories across the copy desk so they mode the final deadline. To the detriment of the Woman ' s Page and " Le Premiere Whispers, " page two was devoted once a week to an editorial discussion on contro- versial topics — political cartoon included — as a revived feature to lend dignity to the paper. International goodwill spread even to exchang- ing journalists between this campus and the Uni- versity of British Columbia for one issue of each school ' s paper. Left +0 right: Ted Van Arsdol, Don- ald Walter. Harold Zimmerman. 155 HITTING AN ALL-TIME HIGH in selling display advertising, the Dally ad staff also could boast of building up the largest classified advertising section of any school paper on the coast. The staff, v hich for the first time included junior journalism students, was ever on the go, canvassing shops and businesses, selling space and signing contracts. usinfss Gloria Kraule OHice Manoger Frances Smith Fall Classified Monager flDVEfiTisine sflLtsdifn Mary Karabaich Don Kraft Charles Lauber Ken Monson Foike Oison Henry Oseron Bob Se+hre [ 0 [ - t i; J r " A " ' " Vv JiN .. " am J Bet+e Simpson Eleanor S ' nor iwanson Rosemary Van Dyke Russell Von Rooy OFFICE STAFF Left to right: Clarice Martin. Vicky Junes. Phebe Sether. Betty HitI, Eleonore Hobo. Dorothie Syverson, Gerrie Ander- son. Not pictured: Gloria Gibbs. 15? UNDER BROWN-EYED, energetic Judy Zimmer- man, the ' 47 Tyee emerged from a maze of names, layouts, lists and pictures. Persevering and thorough Judy coordinated the staff, used tact and finesse with printers, photographers and engravers. Her specialties ... Phi Bete grades and home-cooked meals for husband, Hal. Versatile, original Janet Dowd gave " the book " novel layouts, clever cartoons and division pages as art editor. Her pint-sized radio boosted staff morale during late hours of the spring vocation rush. As associote editor former JJ Lore Newkirk edited all copy, served as information bureau and glorified office girl. Her memories of Tyee will be of stacks of carbon copies ever increasing in her bulging folder. udy Zimmerman, Editor Janet Dowd, Art Editor Lore Newkirk, Associote Editor 160 ; M ' (W w w w mw Mary Thomas Organizations Editor Norma Stove Administration Editor Dick Eilertsen Co-Sports Editor AMS Editor Pot Nicholson Co-Sports Editor rj Betty Stevenson ASUW Editor Ann Dobbs Publications Editor Alice Jone Costlen AWS Editor Pot Lavell Classes Editor 161 Louella Kummer Loyou Artist I Al Liddle Cover and End Sheet Joan Southwick Division Page Cartoons Holte Helen Longei Scholarship Editor onnie Molter % Office Manager SoJveig Ivarsson ' Women ' s Sports Editor orlie Nelson Social Season Editor BLONDE BETTY STEVENSON, assisted by Anne Adams, combined duties as AWS Lectures Com- mittee chairman with handling the ASUW sec- tion. Dick Eilertsen ond Pat Nicholson, assisted by Jay Hamilton, Dick Stone, Cecil Webb, Bill Joost, Jim Chose and Jock Linge, took over the sports section and kept photographers hopping to keep up with picture assignments. Dick also handled the AMS section. Norma Stave, the staff ' s redhead, assisted by Marilyn Roth, spent hours on the phone making picture appointments with faculty members to get her administration section into shape. Pat Lovell with her assistant, Carol Jean Allen, edited the classes section, worked late hours on the senior lists and helped choose prominents. Alice Jane Castlen, active in AWS work, was in charge of the AWS section and with the help of Doris Wells rounded up multifarious committees for picture appointments. As organizations editor, Mary Thomas acted as liaison officer between organized groups and Kennell-Ellis. SSS$S$$SSSSSS -SSSSJS$5S5SSS?5S$?$ Group picture: Curt ' s Ci ' uber, Richard Miller, Viofo Jones, Bart Edgei-s, Bill Stroud, Individuol pictures — top: Pat Shively: bottom: Marilyn Strum. OFFICE HELPERS— Standing; Elinor Patch, Katheiine McLaughlin, Dorothea Holevos, Beverly Robinson, Barbara Whitehead, Nancy McDonald, Joanne Wolfe, Frances Shucklln, Marion Malloy, Evelyn Seidenberg, Romono Mendes. Sitting: Eileen Lewis, Ann Hogen. Carol Coevan. Prances Blone, Music and Debate; Vlad Ushakoff, Military. HANDLING PUBLICATIONS section was Ann Dobbs, tracking down artists, authors and office help around Lewis Hall to gather pictures and copy. Shirley Scott was in charge of the drama section and used discrimination in picking top productions to be pictured. The music and debate sestion was handled by able Frances Blone. Blonde, lanky Charlie Nelson is responsible for this yeor ' s social season ' s complete coverage. Vivacious Solveig Ivorsson worked with the women ' s physical education department to edit the women ' s sports section. The military section was under the supervision of tow-headed Vlod Ushokoff. As office manager, Connie Halter organized and scheduled office workers for filing and typing. Tyee ' s peaches-and-cream girl, Helen Longer, wrestled with lists of scholarship winners and honoraries to fulfill her duties as scholar- ship editor. John Murray, as skiing editor, gathered pictures of snow queens, skiing stars and snow bunnies to complete his section. As indispensables on the art staff, Louello Kummer worked with layouts while Al Liddle designed the cover and end sheet and Joan Southwick claims credit for division page cartoons. Others in line for praise on art work include Pat Shively. Marilyn Strum, Curtis Cruber, Richard Miller, Viola Jones, Bart Edgers and Bill Stroud. ■ ' ■y . Johnny Murray, Skiing; Shirley Scott, Drama. Around Table: Marilyn Roth, Doris Wells, Anne Adams, Jack Linge, ,Carol Jean Allen, Jay Hamilton, Bruce Blye, Jim Chose. lyft Blintss BEHIND THE BLACK LETTERING which says " Tyee Business Office, " lies the center of odministration and business which underlies the editorial side of Tyee. Here, tucked away in a corner of Lewis Hall, Shirley Simmons, business manager, and her assistonts coordinate page contracts and subscription drives. Shirley Simmons, Manager ASSISTANT MANAGERS Left to right: Marcia Perkins, Asststont Business Manager; Keith Grimm, Advertising Manager; Barbara Royal, Office Manager. i OFFICE MANAGERS Front row, left to right: Billie Burkland. Jane Byrd, Rebo Red- mund, MerrtI Bobcock, Kathlyn Browne. Back row: Betty Gibson, Deso Gudmundson, Norma Denier, Mildred Davis. Mary Jo Rodovltch, Marilyn Wood, Nancy Elliott. Anna Mokus. ADVERTISING STAFF Front row, left to right: Morris Beckmeyer, Virginia Meyer, Ann Howe, Betty Gibson. Back row: Barbara Skalley, Rebo Red- mund. Bill Hodge, Gene Aibi, Don Ediund, Marilyn Wood. 164 .1 i t . HL. OFFICE STAFF Nancy Newton, Marilyn Murphy. CIRCULATION STAFF Kay Skinner. Publicafion Manager; Frances Joslin, Ex- change Editor; Frances Means. Circulation Monoger; Tom Brooks, Assistant Circulation Manager, ADVERTISING STAFF Front; Rosemary Welsh. George Wilson, George Rinler. Back: Betty Gibson. Pat Morgon. Vongie Von Ness, Joan Conner, John Bolln, Bowen Scarff, Foike Olson. Bob Ross, Mc Taking the reins of Columns after a year ' s stint on The Daily and a few years with Uncle Sam ' s Marines, Wallie Funk has ably steered the magazine through nine perilous months, with a conservative policy that has sought to reach all corners of the campus. A member of Sigma Nu and Sigma Delta Chi, Funk has gained a reputation for having many irons in campus activities and for applying the energy that makes for success. 166 Vicky Draham came to Columns this year after a year of editorial v ork on The Daily. With versatility, she wrote articles, copyread manuscripts, stole jokes and played the radio which was the pride and joy of tho Columns office. fin f -f As coordinator of the year ' s art work, Kay O ' Connor handled a talented paint brush and filled the Columns office with spicy witticisms. Her work included many fine Illustrations and good covers for the magazine. LO -) NOTE TO THE SDITOR: .ve are a aupreuely capable staff, and our stuff has pleased ourselves and our mothers. We have pleased you only now and then and the faculty almost never. A3 a result of our efforts, our clothes are spattered with hypo, ink and greasy paint and our eyes have forgott en the art of closing. We also have fascinating memories of the local pub. But we leave behind us the work which has made possible nine read- able, laughable issues of Columns, ' .ftiat more do you want? Yours truly, THE STAFF Of these top-notch writers, Boynton turned out fiction, Gilbert covered sports while Reichmuth prepared Columns ' page of bouquets. The " A " Grade. MacGoughon also proved to be a worthy journolist. Writers not pictured, hlenry S. Karlel and Ed Ekstedt, contributed fiction. Luvera did proofreading. l i lJL J PA UV « Called upon at the eleventh hour and rushed to turn in their pictures, Bob Dupar and Dean Palmer came through with fine photography. For Columns, this has been a great year for art work. In addition to Art Editor Kay O ' Connor, an able staff prepored a never-ending stream of car- toons, illustrations and covers. Wes Hotchklss, wield- ing a deft brush, turned out many inviting covers. Sill proved to be a jack-of-oll-trades, with em- phasis on story Illustration. Among those turning out unique cartoon work were Wing Luke and Al Luster. AL LUSTEK WINiCi LUKE BlUL. SILL V. is ' ' P V ' X WET PClKiT i) " " COLUMNS J " " " ' ' - - THe DAGkieOOM LUCk.lN4 stock: P6 (iaCOAT VVALDCOW peUTSCH : LUMS KJA(E|£L M« NAIR SCHOLARSHIP HELP LANIiEII, EIIITIIK 172 - ' r t tmi, : ily i PRfSIDfOT ' S flOD fflCULTy fHfOflLIST AT COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES, June, 1946, James Melbourne Scott was awarded the President ' s Medal for being the graduating senior with the highest scholastic record in undergraduate work. Four months later at Convocations, James received the Faculty Medal for being the junior student with the high- est grade point. Having fulfilled the requirements for his degree in three years. James was able to receive these high scholarship awards almost simultaneously. With a major in history and a minor in French and Ger- mon, he accumulated a grade point of 4. His activities included Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha and Education Club. He also participated in the French Drama Club. After receiving his teaching certificate in June, James plans to teach high school. James Melbourne Scott Marilyn Mothis WITH AN ACCUMULATIVE grade point of 3.95, Marilyn Mathis was awarded the Fa culty Medal as the highest ronking sophomore student at the Con- vocations assembly last fall. Marilyn, a journalism major, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi, Gamma Alpha Chi, Theta Sigma Phi and Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Her other activities and honors include holding the offices of sophomore secretary, AWS secretary, W-Key, Daily editorial staff and receiving the Mortar Board sophomore placque. Hard-pressed for time, Marilyn includes junior journalism, black coffee ond bridge as her hobbies. 174 HIGH SCHOLflfiSHIP CtfiTlfl CflTf HJ I fl H f R S jyniofis Clara Moe Anton Zyndell Berliner Margaret Anne Jenne Education Robert Eugene Pocquer Engineering Economics and Business A S. Home Economics Not Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Graham, A S. Far East; Wayne Roy Norman, A S, Physics, Sonford Morvin Thai Pharmacy SOPHOmORfS Not Pictured: Robert Lambert Cooper, A S, Physics; Myron Edson Ferguson, Engineering; Eliz- abeth Clara Gervois, A S, Anthropology; Dorothy Marlon Greenhut, A S. Mathematics; Robert Paul Krott. A S. Mathematics; Marilyn Everly Martin, Pharmacy; Daniel Powell, A S, Far East; Frances Bertho Schartz, A S. General Studies. ffifSHHifn Robert Irion Biskie Economics and Business Joanne Vass Martin A S, English Rosalie Scharon Sioeli A S, General Studies arold Douglas Buckley S. Pre-Medlcine Marshall W. Cook Engineering Phyllis Lucille Crothers A S, General Studies Jean Robin Julian A S, Pre-Medicine Beverly June Kreager A S, Pre-Major Clorts Joan LaViolette A S, Pre-Medicine Not Pictured: Marvin William Anderson, A S, Pre-Engineer- Ing: Edwin Durler Boelter, Engineering; Kenneth Ray Dean, Engineering: Merrill G. Franklin, Engineering; Mabel M. Fred- ericks, A S, General Studies; Frank Norman Grimsby. Engineering; Gail Marie Klser, A S, Pre-Medicine; JoAnn Ruth Locke, A S. Pre-Law; Gene F. Paige, A S, Art; Robert E. Wall, Jr., Engineering. fULOmSfilP flflD SCHOLARSHIP fllUHROS Margaret Gano. University of Washington Alumnae Scholarship; Carol Jane Green, lota Sigma PI Scholarship; Maridell Hatton. Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae Scholarship: Norma Kathleen Nielsen, Women ' s Aunillary of Washington State Pharmaceutical Association Scholarship; Marian Schaefer, Frederick and Nelson Scholarship; Alfred Carl Engstrom. Women ' s Auxiliary of Washington State Pharmaceutical Association Scholarship; Helen Frances Bunn. City Panhellenic Scholarship Ruth Dunlap, Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship; James Wallace Chase. American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Scholarship; Emma Kindstater. Frederick and Nelson Schol- arship; Dorothy Elaine Mathson, Julius and Louisa Boinstein Scholarship; Marilyn Lavelle, Helen Nielson Rhodes Memorial Scholarship; Viola J. Brown, American Legion AuKiliarv Scholarship; Olive I. Dickson, Isabelle Austin Scholarship. Marilyn Seefteld, Sears Roebuck Foundations Scholarship; Beverly Jean Sasser, Washington State Pharmaceutical Association Scvholarship; Jean Lois Hammarlund, American Founda- tion for Pharmaceutical Education Scholarship; Dorothy Louise Osborne, American Foun- dation for Pharmaceutical Education Scholarship; Rosalind Mavis Swalling, Sigma Epsilon Sigma Scholarship; Betty Johnson, Sears Roebuck Foundations Scholarship; Jeanne Brown. Frederick and Nelson Scholarship. Arthur Glenn Presson, Bonneville Fellowship in Electrical Engineering; Joyce Rader, Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship, Sanford Thai, McKesson- N. K. Ananthanaroyana Iyer, Agnes Healy Anderson Research Fellowship In Forestry; Lourel Ernest Whlfoker, Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Scholarship; Emma Marie Thoren, American Lutheran Church, Board of Charities; Millie Mayberg, John Shapton. the Frederick and Nelson Scholarship; John E. Nemyre, Advertising Club; Matilda Jane Daniel, Sears Roebuck Foundations Scholarship; Jeannemarle Burnhom, Morgaret Frances hiavemeyer, Virginia Lois Huffman. Leefa Nelle Marks, Koy Mathews, Ruby Jean Neergaard, American Red Cross Scholarship: Lillian T. Heald, Clementine Mae Miller, Louise E. Shaffroth, Amer- ican Association of Medical Social Workers ' Scholarships; Harvey De Von Christensen, Bonneville Fellowships {Mechanical Engineering); Grover Spencer Greaves, Bonneville Fellowships (Chemical Engineering); Louis Marc Loeb, Bonneville Fellowships (Electrical Engineering); John Douglas Anderson, Jomshld Amouiegar, Dempster Davis Drawley, Donald Paul Gronqulsf, Ross Hatte, Nevin Kay Hiester, George Allen Hufford, Chlh-hwa LI. Robert Emmett McHugh, Robbins Scholarship in Pharmacy . Zyndell Berliner, Borden Home Economics Scholarship; Lloyd Stackhouse. Bob Doble Memorial Award. Joe Lawrence Morris, Daniel Louts Pastell, George Otis Shanofelf, Chorles Clif- ton Steele, Jay Todd. Jr., Robert Daniel Toomey, David Denzll Vv ' hyte, Engineer- ing Experiment Station Fellowships; Helena Brooke Jones, Gommo Phi Beto Scholarship; Leon Bjarnoson, Beecher Klefer Memorial Scholarship; Virginia McCoMum Sander, Frances Dickey Memorial Scholarship; Helen Marie Johnson, Women ' s Auxiliary of Washington State Pharmaceutical Association Scholar- ships; Helen Coolldge, Wealthy Ann Robinson Scholarship; Doris Warren, T. F. Murphy Scholarship in Acting; Isabel Grace White, Seors Roebuck Foundations Scholarship; Helen Louise Backmon, American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Scholarships; Dena Savas, Washington State Federation of Women ' s Clubs Scholarship; Kay Murphy, Evergreen Theaters Scholarship In Acting; Evelyn R. Shattuck, Consolidated Dairy Products Co. Scholarship In Nursing; Florence Morclo Miller, Orchesls Scholarship; Eleanor Jompole, Isabel Groce White, American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship. PHI Bflfl liflPPfl THE HONOR OF BEING ELECTED into Phi Beta Kappa is extended to a limited number of students in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Education and Economics and Business, who maintain at least a 3.5 accumulative grade overage throughout their four years of college. Students in other col- leges, who have adequate grade point averages, must take a comprehensive examination to prove breadth of scholar- ship. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest Greek letter society, having been founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary. Washington Alpha was founded in 1914. OFFICERS Nathanael H. Engle President Calvin F. Schmld Vice-President Madeline Gilchrist Secretary George H. Cady Treasurer FALL INITIATES 1947 Anton, Clara M. Berliner, Zyndell Holgren, Peter N. Jenne, Margaret Anne Rohrbock, Pinckney M. Wilson, Marie C. Not Pictured: Raymond b. Allen, honorary member: Ron- ald W. Angel, Homer R. Hod- ley, Virginio M. Hordman, John H. Power. FACULTY, ADMINISTRATION AND GRADUATE STUDENTS — Helen C. Anderson, Sylvia F. Anderson, Victoria Anderson, John P. Bollantlne, Julian Barksdale, Maude L. Beal, Ross A. Beaumont, Allen R. Benham, Alice Kiser Blackburn, Versa Lois Caldwell, Louis Ernest Christen, Kenneth C. Cole, Agnes B. Colton, Irene Conrad, Donald Cornu, Clyde Myron Cramlet, Elizabeth L. Curtis, Grace G. Denny, Horvey B. Densmore, Edith Doble, Edgar M. Draper. Lucille Dutfy, Edwin H. Eby, Marion L. Edgerton, Erwin A. Esper. Richord E. Fuller, Mildred Gellermann, Ruth Hole Ger- shevsky. Homer E. Gregory, Dudley D. Griffith, Ralph H. Gundlach, Edwin R. Guthrie, Amy V. Hall, Mary E. Holler, John H. Honley, Mercedes Hanson, Joseph B. Harrison, Joseph E. Henderson, Mercedes H. Hensley, W. Stull Holt, Dora G. Hunt, Demar B. Irvine, Theodore S. Jacobsen, Arthur R. Jerbert, Leota L. Johns, Ethel D. Kastner, Solomon Kotz, Arden R. King. Trevor Kincald, Hazel G. KInscella, Edward H. Lauer. Suzanne Lindsay, Edward C. Lingatelter, Arthur N. Lorig, Catherine Macdonold, Charles C. More, Vernon A. Mund. Everett J. Nelson, R. H. Nottelmon. Ruth E. Penington, Virginio P. Piatt, Francis F. Powers, Melvin Rader, William M. Read, Violo K. RIvenburgh, Morllyn Seetleld, S. Harold Shefelman, Charles S. Sheldon, Pauline V. Simpson, Macy M. Skinner, Bernlce Shorrock Smith, Horry E. Smith, William R. Sterling, Edwin B. Stevens, Lucille Stubbs, Doniel E. Stuntz, Wildo Thompson, David Thom- son, Anno Mae Timbers, Lena L. Tucker, Alvin M. Ulbrlckson, Edwin J. Vickner, Lauren Wolker, Morgoret C. Wolters, Chorles E. Weaver, Lois J. Wentworth, Walter B. Whittlesey, Richord F. Wilkle, Frank G. WIllIs- ton, Clotilde M. Wilson, William C. Wilson, William R. Wilson, R. M. Winger, Arthur M. Winslow, Howard B. Woolston, Lawrence J. Zillmon, Helen C. Zuckerman, Herbert S. Zuckermon. SPRING, 1946, INITIATES — Albert A. Ames, Dorin V. Anderson, Dorothy A. Anderson, Jerome S. Birch, Morion O. Boehr, Arline J. Brauer, Wesley Brock. Bessie K. Brown, Carol A. Caldwell, V. Lois Caldwell, Mory E. Cose, Wiihelmine S. Creel, Kathryn K. Dart, Lelond B. Cobb, Roberta S. Eckstein, Mary J. Eldred, Marsha T. Elliott, Horold E. Engman, James E. Erickson, Mox E. Fletcher, Corlnne L. Glib, Joyce Greenwolt, Victor H. Grgurinovich, Violo H. Hansen, Louise E. Holm, Barbara M. Jacobsen, Doris M. Korpl, Helene R. Lawson, Eugenia S. Lindsay, Jacqueline J. Logan. Maurine I. Logue, Nancy E. Lucks, Mary E. Lund, Robert Q. McKenney, Harriet M. Moddock, Harvey H. Manning, Louise M. Melton, Shirley A. Munger, Shirley A. Nelson, Gerald J. Oppen- heimer, Patricio A. Ostroot, Donald B. Owen, Robert E. Pocquet, Donald E. Peterson, Cleo T. Phillips, Stuart H. Prestrud, John M. Rockness, Morilyn N. Seefleld, Norma A. Smith, Morion P. Swoyze. Betty L. Wotkins, Miriam L. Welty, James H. Wlborg. mm 1 SPRING, 1947, INITIATES—Julio G. Ballontine, Mourice L. Beebe, Margaret J. Benepe, Sobra A. Berge, Harry Brandt, John Britten, H. Frances Bunn. Wendell Clousen, Dorothy E. Davis, Ronald K. Dekkert, Ardelle E. Dohlen, Norbert E. Freedmon, -Dorothy J. Fuller, Mary E. Grohom, Katherlne Gront-Pankey, Ann L. Hagen, Warren W. Honson, Robert B. Inverorlty, David P. Hornstein, Fred F. Howell, Philip N. Jenner, Morgoret A. Johnson, Doris M. Keck, Keith R. Kolb, Harry H. Kretzler, Jr., Mary S. Lane, Myra J. Lindsay, Helenonn Lund, Donald McGuIre, Mary McPherson, Bette Anne Maples. Marilyn G. Mardon. Jean Melton, Otto E. Merk- llnghous, Roeburn R. Morrison, Mary E. Neubert, Patricia L. NIesz, Moson E. Nolan, Mary V. NottI, Stuart G. Dies, Eugene C. Pierce, Jack L. Quonstrom, Edo L. Raynor, William E. Reld, Mory H, Roberg. Normon H. Roberts, Dewitt C. Smith, Barbara Smith, Borboro A. Sutherlond, Louise A. Toylor. Ira C. Wollslrom, Potricio M. Woy, Horry C. Wong, Judy Williams Zlmmermon. 177 Martin. Arthur President Ray. Verne Vice-President Barksdale, Julian Secretary Sorgev, Sergius Treosurei ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP IN SIGMA XI, a national men ' s and women ' s science honorary, involves research ability and high scholarship. Full membership involves the publication of research. An associate member is nominated by two full members, passed on by an electoral board and elected by the membership. Not Pictured: H. C. Bouer, Ross Beaumont. H. K. Benson, Z. W. Blrnboum, Kelshow Bonhom, George Cody, Loren Carlson, A, F. Carpenter, Phil Church, Howard Coombs, Clyde Cromlet, Joseph Daniels, James Dille, L. R. Donaldson, H. A. Dunlop, Francis Eorle, Austin Eastman, Fred East- man, E. O. Eastwood, Henry Elliott, F. B. Farquharson, Louis Fischer, T. C. Frye, R. E. Fuller, George Goodspeed, Erna Gunther, E. R. Guthrie, David Hall, Mary Holler, Melville Hatch, R. C. Hennes, B. S. Henry, Leo Hitchcock, G. L. Hoard, Rachel Hoffstodt, Mellville Jacobs, T S. Jocob- san, Alfred Jensen, Arden King, J. M. Kingston, Edward Krupski, Edward Lingofelter. Donold Loughridge, Hoover Mockin, Gordon Marckworth, Aaron Morkham, Arthur Martin, Howard Martin, A. L. Miller. C. C. More, R. W. Moulton. Hermance Mullenmeister. J. L. McCarthy. Bryan McMinn, Earl Norris. E. J. Ordal, Quintin Peniston. Elmer Plein, Dixie Ray, Verne Ray, vice-president; L. W. Rising. D. M. Ritter. Milnor Roberts, J. C. Robertson. Rex Robinson, T. M. Rowlands, Jennie Rowntree, L. A. Sander- man, G. S. Schaller, M. B. Schaetfer, Victorian Sivertz, Fred Smith, Gordon Shuck, Dan Stanislawskl, Arthur Svihio, B. O. A. Thomos, W. F. Thompson Edward Turner, R. G. Tyler, H. V. Tarter, A. Toub, S. R. Tymstra, E. H. Uehling, R. B. Van Horn, Frank Warner, Chorles Weaver, Russell Weiser. E. R. VVilcox, George Wilson, Roy Winger. T. M. Wlnslow, Poul Wright. Heber Youngken Jr. Associate Members: Albert Ames, Robert Brown, V. C. Clausen, Earl Cook, Theodore Cross, Hildo Daniels, Thomas Evans, Mortho Flahaut. Joseph Gleason, Kenneth Koe. William Loval, Roy Lindbloom, Helen Bell Mills, James Mitchell, Robert McHugh, Wendell Myers, Robert Rogers, John Sherman, Francis Skewis, Kenneth Skinner, Frank Weisenborn. siGffifl EPSiLon siGme SIGdlfl x THE HIGHEST HONOR FOR UNDERCLASSMEN Is to be pledged to Sigma Epsllon Sigma. Freshmen with a 3.5 grade average are Invited to the annual Silver Tea. Each year the honorary presents a scholarship to the freshman coed with the most outstanding scholastic record. Not Pictured: Clara Mae Anton, Virginia Mae Axiell, Patricia Barney. Sobro Berge, Audrey BIrkel. Shirley Brlnsfield. Vlrginio Burke. Morjorle Burnham, Joan Campbell, Barbara Copies, Evelyn Ann Case, Myro Clork, Pauline Cordell, Betty Jean Cowell, Phyllis Crothers, Olive Dickson, Vida Ann Dobbs, Betty Dow, Nancy Marie Dugger. Ruth Dunlop. Dorothy Finch, Ruth Marie Francis, Floro Gloss, Priscllla Gront. Corol Green Jean Hommorlund, Morldell hlotton, Eileen Herridge, Sharon HImes, Carol Johnson. Modeline Jones, Sylvia Krieger, Claris LaViolette. Nancy Law- ton, Elsie Lind, Jo Ann Locks, Aase Loe, Myrtle Logue. Joyce McFote, Morllyn Mothls. Nadine Moyer, Bertha Miller, Jeon Milne, Corol Mur- dock, Nancy Nelson, Norma Nielson. Sylvia Nllsen. Zola Mae Poppas, Mabel Reitz, Mono Rloch, Mabel Risley, Dorothy Rosenthol. Elizabeth Ross, Frances Schwartz, treosurer; Phyllis Show, Barboro Jeon Shelton, Rosolle Sidell, Constonce Smith, Idolice Squire. Irene Staqne, Antoinette Stanton, Joyce Stauber, Ida Stephen. Lenore Thornton, Virginia Tuerke, Velmo Wasser, Susan Wilson, Judy Zimmerman. Sweazey, Pat President Nordfers, Mary Jane Vice-President Louber, Shirley Secretary Mines, Mary Historian 178 Blei ' leln, Theo President Secrest, Thomas Vice-President Wilcox, Leroy Secretary Borber, John Treasurer Rohrback, Gilson Alumni Secretary PHI LAMBDA UPSILON draws Its members from junior, senior or qraduote men who have been af the University of Washington one year and are majors in chemistry or chem- ical engineering. An accumulative grade point of 3.5 is required for juniors; a 3.3 for seniors. Not Pictured; Robert Barnes, Donold Bartholomew, Ted Beck, Billings Brown, Lelond Burger. James Buckham, Derry Curtiss, Jack Doniels, Dempster Drowley, Horry Dunlop, Donold Gronquist, Spencer Greaves, Edgar Dalbey, Joy Erikson, Harold Greenfield. Robert Hogg, Dean Hudson, Marvin Johnson, Kenneth Koe, James Mothlos, Loyton McCoy, Lourence McEwen, Frederick McMillin, Edwin Mferrill. James Miner, Leroy Minor, A. P. Miller, Jock Nebergoll. Arnold Nielsen, Earl Oliver, Robert Oliver, Girard Ordwoy, Daniel Postell, Howard Ringold, Dr. R. J. Rob- inson, advisor: Gail Rogers, William Sondholtz, Herbert Schuyten, Frank Skewis. James Truitt, Dole Turner, John Voeks, Ira Wallstrom, Fronk Weisenborn, Ernest Wenkert, David Whyte. B£ie GfllUnfl SIGdlfl PHI LflfUBDfl UPSILOfl THE PURPOSE OF BETA GAMMA SIGMA is to recognize and reward scholarship. It is open to the highest 10 per cent of the senior class and the highest 3 per cent of the junior class in Economics and Business. Each year a sophomore plaque is owarded to the sophomore with the highest grade overage in the college. Not Pictured: Robert Arnett, Robert Biskie, Betty Brown, Lloyd Camp- bell, Robert Carlaw. Rayonne Cupps. John J. Donovan, Harold Englon, James Fisher, Robert Forsgren, David Krokovsky, Betty Maples, Sylvia Niemi, Elizabeth Paynton, S. Gordon Peterson, Virginia Piggott, Char- lotte Provin, John Purvis, Rhodo Raosche, vice-president; William Root, Imogene Stunz, James Wiborg, Alberta Yoden, Pierce, Eugene President Anton, Clara Mae Secretary Butterbough, Grant Treasurer 179 • •s- Johnson, Margaret President Benson, Virginia Berliner, Zyndell Bi-atcres. Mildred Hatlon, Maridell Johnson, Betly Maylo+t. Viola Seefield, Marilyn Zimmerman. Judy MEMBERS ARE SELECTED TO OMICRON NU from junior and senior home economic majors who have obove a 3.0 grade overage and show ability and leadership as home economists. The number does not exceed fifteen per cent of the senior class and five per cent of the junior class. Not Pictured: Virginia Anderson, June Boss, Jane Daniel, Gall Fournier, Betty Lofgren, Helen Massart, Bertha Miller, Ruth Moyle, Elizabeth Taylor, Lilllon Whitman. omiCROfi nu oifl siGmfl p THIRTY-FIVE HOURS IN CHEMISTRY and a grade point of 3.2 are prerequisites to membership in this national women ' s organization. The club aims to stimulate activity In chemistry fields with a professional outlool in view. Not Pictured: Betty Cehrs, Hope Curtiss, Betty Deutsch, Mary Eccles. Grace Gardner, Elolse Giblett, Althea Gllnes. Frances Greef, Helen Jensen, Carol Johnson, Kathryn Krauel, Klarise Lere ' , Myrtle Logue. Dorothy Munce, Vera Nelson, Lois Paquette, E. Sanderson Radford. Goldie Simeon. Anno Mae Timbers. Becky Turner, Nellie Woods. Gano. Margaret President Green, Carol Vice-President Armour, Betty Corresponding Secy Daniels, Hilda Recording Secretary ond Treasurer 180 Anderson, Dorothy Mines. Mary Secretary Niesi, Pot Witt, Elizabeth Treasurer Wooldridge, Bonnie Lee THE ACTIVE CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA DELTA elects men and women with an exceptional Interest In sociology and a 3.0 grade average. Washington ' s chapter of this national society was founded In I 923, bringing the total to 40 chapters. Not Pictured: Dorothea Boles. Phyllis Cole, Manzer John Griswold, Julius John. President; John James, Betty Kent, Waiter Martin, O. Ellis Merkllnghous, Vice-President; Norma Steel Series. [JIU PHI fPSILOfl flLPHe HflPPe OELIfl A GOAL FOR WOMEN MUSIC STUDENTS to achieve is membership in Mu Phi Epsllon, national music honorary. Members are elected by the active chapter from junior women with a grade point of 3.01 who are outstanding in musical performance, who have completed one year of music history and two years of music theory and who ore recom- mended by two faculty members. Not Pictured: Marian Adams, Winifred June Beard, Betty Betz, Elaine Bornhort, Irene Bostick, Dorothy Davis, Ruth Dun- lap, Alleen Foster, Jeannine Foster, Ruth Frost, Charlotte Houghlond, Margaret Morltz, Shirley Munger, Clara Peter- son, Esther Roder, Percis Reynolds, Betty Mavis Robinson, Beverly Sherman, Ruth Stendal, Marjorle Stensrud, Edith Stowell, Carol Swonson, Rachel Swarner, Susan Jean Wooton. D St epue, Jeonne President one, Esther VIce-PresId ent R ader, Joyce Recording Secret ary H arper, Gwen Treasurer 181 Swift, Jean, President Balch. Donna Bovee. Betty Bunn, Frances Burke. Virginia Clise. Sylvia, Vice-President Ooy, Beverly Dore. Pat. Treasurer Espelond, Mortho Gustafson. Jane Havllna. Sharane Lovelle, Marilyn, Secretary Maus. Roberta Robinson, Rose Mary Shively, Pat MEMBERSHIP in Lombdo Rho is in recognition of outstanding art majors who hove completed five quarters of college work. A 3.00 grade average and foculty recommendation is necessary for membership. Not Pictured: Marsha Elliott, Margoret Olson. PILflfUBDfllHtlfl LflfUBOe RHO PI LAMBDA ThIETA active choose pledges who have a pro- fessional interest In education and an accumulative grade average above 3.00. This national society encourages graduate and research work and now has 61 chopters. Not Pictured: Elizabeth Avery, Harriet Batle. Lucile Carlson. Edyth Cotterll, M. Jane Daniel, Dorothy Davis, Jeonne Depue, Marsho Elliott, Katherlne Hoffman, Elizabeth Jenks. Margaret Anne Jenne, Pauline Johnson, Kathleen Leahy, Laura McAdoms. Kathryn Mortlnr Margoret Olson, Carol Schenck, Marilyn Seefield, Elizobeth Soule, Pouline Sundberg, Lucille Trucano. Broinord, Eldeon, Vice-President Haylond, Morguerlte, Recording Secretary Johnson, Betty. Corresponding Sec ' y Logue. Mourine, President Pelz, Freda, Treasurer 182 Thai. Sanford President Cleasby. Gilbert Gerstmann. Paul Hansen, Kathleen Jenkins, Kenneth Secretary Kotterman, Don Lusk, Robert Treasurer Martin, Marilyn Noma, Toshio Pobsf, Olive Sowders, Robert Swallinq. Rosalind Vice-President STRIVING TO PROMOTE better pharmacy ethics and graduate research fund for pharmacy students, Rho Chi has mode considerable progress. Eligibility is based on a 3.0 accumulative grade average and junior standing for mem- bership in this national pharmacy honorary. Not Pictured; Bertha Chinn, Alvin Hagg, Nathan Hall, Edwin Hammar- lund, Alex Krems, Edward Krupski, Pajl Mickens, MInoru Masuda, John Nesbitt, Leonard Nevler, Rudolph Perry. Lowell Pfau, Bart Proper, J. Calvin Robinson, Theodore Romer, Richard Scheel, Phillip Tougaw, Theodore West. lOU Bflfl P m CH ll HIGH SCHOLARSHIP AND EXEMPLARY CHARACTER identify members of Tou Beta Pi, men ' s national engineering honorary. Election is by the active chapter and alumni of men who show promise in engineering research. Before Phi Beta Kappa opened its ranks to the engineers, Tau Beta Pi was the Phi Beta Kappa of engineering. Not Pictured: Albert Ames, Morvin AInutt, Robert Beck, Theodore Beck, Lanier Bedinger, James Briggs, Robert Brown, Stuart Brown, Boyce Can- non, Verle Caple, Theodore Cross, Harry Dunlop, Rene Foss, Frank Francis, Carroll Frank. Herbert Fritt, Williom Geisert, Joseph Gleason, J. Harry Goldie. Roy Hadley, George Hall, Robert Hessemer, R. Spencer Hogg, Bruce Laverty, David Mitchell, J. Robert Mitchell, John Minkema, Arthur Mugg, W. Blake Myers, Tom Naylor, Robert Oliver, Robert Pacquer, Paul Robinson, Willis Sandholtz, Earl D. Smith, Stephen Tydemon, Robert Westlake. Hurtle, Ralph President Miller, Aven, Jr. Vice-President Carter, Wesley Recording Secretary Wallstrom, Lloyd Corresponding Sec ' y Mangold, Henry, Jr. Treasurer 183 lUllSIt, DRilMUEBilTG FRA fES BLAM, EDITOR 184 J - % ii: £% m Left to right: Joyce Hutsell, William Powelt, Ffolllott Chorlton, Vivian Brown, Mardette Turner, Janet Walker, Kay Murphy, John McKannay Ffolliott Chorlton. Kay Murphy. John McKanno " PERSONAL APPEARANCE " is a comedy based on the colorful eccentricities of a glamorous film actress who is unavoidably delayed in a small town. Carol Arden, the actress, was played by Ffolliott Chorlton. Her influence is felt by everyone in the town from the two young lovers, played by Kay Murphy and John McKannay, to stage- struck Gladys. Others who took port in this play include Joyce Hutsell, William Powell, Vivian Brown, Mardette Turner and Janet Walker. D fRSO Dwta Mm Joe Kloos, Joanna Stlegllti PHILLIP BARRY ' S pleasant touch is n evidence as he brings family and friends together for the second matri- monial venture for the lovely Tracy Lord, Philadelphia aristocrat. Joonno Stieglitz played the part of Tracy, and Joe Klaas, C. K. Dexter Haven, her ex-husband. Amusing complications arise when he comes to her second wedding. THE STORY OF " CLAUDIA " con- ;erns a child-wife who, because she till thinks of herself as her mother ' s child, cannot grow up either intellec- tually or emotionally until she realizes that her mother is dying. Claudia was played by Laurie Erwin; David by Les- lie Green and Mrs. Brown by Shirley Scott. Ray Shuman, Laurie Erwin obsoh ' s cfioicf " HOBSON ' S CHOICE " by Harold Brighouse, was directed by B. Iden Payne, well-known English dramatic director. It is a delightful comedy transcript of Lancashire life in 1880. Hobson was portrayed by Phillip Walker; Maggie was played by Beatrice Williams Heckendorn, and Jack Wright played Willie. Left to right: Phillip Walker, Jack Wright. Beatrice Williams Heckendorn Left to right: Beatrice Williams Heckendorn, Phillip Walker, Jack Wright, Daphne Nelson, Gwenny Parry " THE LATE GEORGE APLEY, " a satire on the upper crust Boston society, is set in the fall of 1912 and is chiefly the por- trait of George Apley. He is the head of a distinguished family, untouched by the changing world. The play depicts the revolt of the son, John, and the daugh- ter, Eleanor. It is a cross-section of a way of life that clings to its own set of values. George Apley is played by Phillip Walk- er; Mrs. Apley, Shirley Scott; John, Leslie Green; Eleanor, Joanna Stieglitz. Betty Tibert, Shirley Scott. Gertrude Stutzman. Alice Skellenger. Patricia Sweazey, Dorothy Finch. m LfllE GEOfiGf flPLB Joanne Stiegliti, Gerard Appy, Thomas Stevenson. Douglas Ducklow Les Green, Phillip Wolker, Joonno Stieglitj B. IDEM PAYNE, noted Shakesperian specialist widely acclaimed in Londonl and Broadway theater circles for his! work, directed this production. This com-;- edy of love in the days of Italy ' s glories was produced in a modified Elizabethd style which gave continuity to the monj scenes. Also it brought about use of thi stage in a manner not often seen today. Duryea Strobach, Phillip Walker, Vanick Golstoun, Rolph Rosinbum, Bob Jockson, Matt Pelto, Gerard Appy, Joanna Stiegliti, Douglas Ducklow, Dorothy Playford, Martin Hudson. " HELP YOURSELF " Is a light comedy satire on bankers. The play Is concerned with a happy-go-lucky college graduate who invents himself a job in a bank and then falls in love with the bank president ' s daughter. Wayne Carson played Stringer, the college graduate, and was contrasted by the traditional morning coats, striped trousers, and pompous boards of directors. Virginia Billow Hillock played the president ' s daughter. Wayne Carson, Frederick Smith, Oriel Willert, David McFadden, Jean Albl, James Paul, Elmore Leppert, Dorothy Swanson, Betty Jane Stanley. m mm Dophne Nelson, Joe Klcas Dorothy Swanson, Kathleen Klrback, Bruce Barlow, William Hagerman m Of oufi AN ALLEGORICAL PLAY, It is the his- I tory of the human race. Its triumphs, sins 1 and tragedies presented through the ■ family of Mr. and Mrs. Antrobus, of Ex- celsior, N. J. It ' s purpose seems to be to assure people that everything will turn out all right if only one keeps plugging I along. Much of the philosophy Is pre- : sented by the maid, Sabina, played by Daphne Nelson. A humorous play. It Is unique because the actors speak directly to the audience at various times. The fortune-teller at the cornivol, Ogaenia Calkins, prophesies the end of the world. In circle — Constructing the puppets are: Mory Moletis, Elaine Montgomery, Bert Von Cleve, Miss Valentlnetti, Instructor. Below — Working the strings of the puppets are: Miss Valentlnetti, Ned van der Oudermeulen, Dwight Plnkerton, Mary Moletis, Bert Von Cleve. ONE OP THE MOST INTERESTING courses in the School of Drama is that of Puppetry. In this course the students are trained in the art of both hand and string puppets, and each student learns to design, construct, and manip- ulate the wooden actors. Marionette plays are written by student playwrights and complete productions are pre- pared in the laboratory. During the 1946-47 season productions of " The Goose Girl " and others have been given in Seattle. J ), U » - irsf row: Jean Doyon, Doris ngsfrom, Voleta Owen. Mary firsch, Margaret Nicola, Mar- srie Musselman, Mary Jean augen. At fhe piano: Sue Vooton. Second row: Mary odeen, Mary Sharkey. Velma ' (ock. Mari Ann WIngate, Wil- la Homilfon, Georglana Theo- ore. Barbara Harrington, jwyneth Hixson, Beverly Boy- )r, Goldimae Soderland, i -Icrian Gatchell, Mr. August I Verner. Director. Third row: j lllie Machan, Pat+Ie Lybeck, lorrlet Roholt. Barbara Jean lindley. Evelyn Nerud. Noryne rominga, Jean Zorn, Verdie urdette. Madeline Wolfe, eannine Foster, Marjorle ohnson. ii A ' rs ( ▼ m,r Ml S BLff CLUB music EMERGING FROM A GROUP composed largely of unfrained non-music majors, this year ' s Women ' s Glee Club again proved what hard work, lots of fun, and jovial Professor August Werner ' s expert directing can produce in the way of good choral music. Among other activities the glee club presented their annual spring concert, highlight of campus musical programs. d fHflDfilGflL SIflGEfiS THE MADRIGAL SINGERS Is a group of music students who sing the music of the sixteenth century. During this year the group has sung for fifteen clubs and community organizations. First row; Virginia Johnson, Persis Reynolds, Joan Libbey, Doris Anderson, Alice Allen, Esther Stone. Second row: Kenneth Sparrow, Kenneth Stovall, Florian Ochs, Gerald Kechley. 191 univffisiiy symPHony ORCHtsmfl Prof. George C. Kirchner directing the University Symphony Orchestra. THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA has made fourteen appear- ances of which four have been benefits. They gave three out-of-town concerts In Tacoma, Mount Vernon and Highline. On campus the orchestra presented two symphony concerts, three joint programs with other musical groups, and ployed for the All-University Show in addition to being the featured musical attraction for the Convocation exercises and the Inaugural of President Allen. Lorraine Donoghue, instructor; Virginia Johnson. Bonnie Lou Chrlstensen, Patty Davis. Betty Beard sley. Ruth Robertson. Shir- ley Smeltzer. Clara Joy Jones. First row: hloword Johnson, Hal Street, Phil Palmer, Dale Palmer, Ed Hansen, Jack Stole y. Ca Spellmon. Second row: Dean Palmer, Ed Olsen, Ted Beckmeyer. UfllVfRSIiy SIOGEfiS 193 Walfer C. Welke Diiec+oc univffisiiy coocfRi baoo THE UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND is back to pre-war standards, making it one of the finest organizations of Its kind in the country. Many former members are back from the service and new ones give it a complete instrumentation and proficiency for performing the finest of musical compositions. Concerts included a series of four in Meony Hall, playing two concerts for the Northwest Music Educators ' Conference at the Olympic Hotel and Garfield High School, a trip to the University of British Columbia, concerts in Bellinghom and Everett as well as evening concerts and assemblies in Puyallup and Tacoma. : ' M Rachel Swarner Assistant Band Conductor W M 194 flLL-ufiivtfisiiy SHom i THE ALL-UNIVERSITY SHOW, " You Can ' t Do This, " written by Joe Kloos and directed by John Rustad, centered about a group of returning veterans whose dreams of a post-war world were shattered. Having risked their lives to stamp out race prejudice, they came home to find out there was dis- crimination against Negroes, Jews and Japanese even in the United States. DfBflTt " WHAT SHOULD BE Our Policy Toward Russia? " was the timely topic which the Women ' s Public Discussion group chose this year. Under the capable guidance of Wade Kniseley, Faculty Coach, Joan Campbell and Jo Garland, Student Managers, the squad, made up of about tv enty-five women, met over 100 engagements during the year. The group speaks mainly to service and business clubs and high schools In the state, with special trips to Vancouver, Victoria and Los Angeles. With but one veteran bock from last year the Men ' s Public Discussion Group, of 18 students, went Into full swing this year. Their topic was " Under What System of Enterprise May We Best Utilize the Nation ' s Power Resources? " Under the direction of Orville Pence, Faculty Coach, and Earl Dean, Student Manager, the group spoke to approximately 70,000 people throughout the state. They oppeared before all main service and civic clubs of the city. Professor Albert L. Fronike, Director, University Discussion Groups Men ' s Public Discussion Fiist row: Earl Dean. Manager; Dale Green, Prof.Orville L. Pence. Stanley Zoklon, Phil Sayre, George Matthal, David D. Wood- bridge. Second row: Alfred Halbert. Milo Hall. Bob Nunn, Jim Slayden, Bill Gore, John Humphrey, Art McKalg. Also Albright. Jerry Kessler, Harry M. Williams, Carroll Grog, Keith Grim. Women ' s Public Discussion Fir$t row: Mary Gibson, Jo Garland, Joyce Dee Taylor, Mary Ostroot, Vernice Cons+an- tine, Ellen Angeloff, Jane Silverman. Second row: Ruth Allingham, Beverlee Moore. Pat Sullivan, Jerri Leese. Sorale Cohn, Joan Campbell. Moiy-Lynne Grossman, Jade Chang, Janet Smith, Key Craig. Third row: Florence Howard. Donna Mueller, Alice Bean. Rosemory Bryant, Armyn Roberts, Pat Rath- bone. Ruthle Greenwood, Dolores Decker, Phyllis Luveia, Annabelle Hall. 196 J State Resources Group Sealed: Jim Johnston, Carl A. Pitt, Foculty Advisor; Ed Elmore Standing: Richard Smith, Bill Austin, Jim Boyle, Bob Griffith. Religious Activity Group First row: Mr. R. M. Murphy, Coach; Ruth Robertson, John Staltt. Second row: Scott Wilson, Ray Padnoroc, Hideo Konda. Third row: Gene Erwin, John Luft. Standing: Fran Lewis, Gerd Pollitz, Viola Moylatt, Monoger; Doris Miner, Ken Peterson. Graduate Veterans First row: Don Urquhort, James Gould, John HHordt. Second row: Lawrence Whiteside, Douglos Poouw, Norman Anderson, John Smith. 197 SOCIU SElSOi CHARLES KELSON, EDITOR 198 HdMcmm Above left, Beta Theta Pi, sweepstake win- ner; right, Phi Koppo Psi, honorable men- tion; lower left, Alpho Tau Omega, first of men ' s groups; lower light, Alpha Gamma Delta, honorable mention. Not Pictured: Delta Delta Delta, first of women ' s groups. Commitfee — seated: John Webbei , c ha Irman; Marion Hansen . Stand ing: J Don Carr pb ell Ke ith Douglas, Stan Groves. Bill M cDan iel. Home- coming Queen Gather ne Hobi and Bill H gg ns. PANHELLENIC AND THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL pre- sented Hollywood ' s Dionne Lynn os guest oi the evening. The committee — seated: Choiles Hoard, Mis. Hoard, Mary Randolph, Bob Shapton, chairman. Eorl Horn and date. Standing: Howard Blodgett, Jack Powell. Committee — Seated: Bob Loor, Lolly Noo- nan, Bruce Walker, Barbara Quinn, Bill Leek, chairman; Robin Harris. Standing: Bill Trog- den, Bonnie Jo Forhan, Phyllis Martin, Walt " pffft f ' T 5 i juNm PROM " CHOSEN AS IDEAL COUPLE were Martha McRoe, Kappa, and Mickey Erickson, SAE. Committee, seated: Kay Hughes, Evelyn Ann Case, Marilyn Anderson, Carolyn Goff, Alice Wilson, Mary Maletls. Standing: Tiny Graham, Ted Lee, chairman, Jim John. r Mortar Boarders and dates: Kay and Bob Glueck; Shirley Nieman, Ed Keenholts; Virginia Hesketh, John Murray; Pat Niesz, Bud Duling; Mary Bemis, Frank Lloyd; Dorothy Mathson, Bill Gore; Gloria Bratvold, Hal Enger; Frances Bunn, Ed Shaw; Margie Anne Jenne, Al Walderon; Ruth and Wally Wright, Pat and Fred McGuire Judy and Hal Zimmerman; Anne Hagen. John Brendon; Pat FitiSimmons, Dick trueblood; Jean Melton] Keith Douglas. NTRODUCING A NEW ANGLE in University drives, John Huston chairmanned an all-inclusive campaign de- signed to eliminate individual charity drives throughout the year. The final cash register count was $ I 7,065.88, with Alpha Tou Omega fraternity and Alpha Epsilon Phi soror- ty the two top organization teams. Above: Campus Chest banquet; lower left: Alpha Sigma Phi open house; lower right: noon rally in front of library. PLAID SHIRTS, HEAVY BEARDS and the singing lumber- jacks ' saws brought the cry of " Timber " to the campus as future Northwest woodsmen battled the giants of our campus " forests. " But all was not rugged individualism as the loggers joined the ranks of the social class at sundown with smooth chins and city clothes at their onnual Garb Day dance. Len Flowers, crowned King of the Loggers, reigned on his throne as the men of the woods twirled their dates in celebration of their victory over the timber giants. ■ii . -. r ' ' J . M I Men ' s Division, first place: Wesley Club for Men led by Al Brevlk. Winning selections: " Strike Up the Bond. " " Intermezzo. " Second place: Phi Kappa Sigma. Third place: Phi Delta Theta. Women ' s Division, first place: Zeta Tau Alpha led by Shirley Mungei ' . Win- ning selections: " Singing to My Love. " " He Gove Me o Rose. " Second place: Wesley Club for Women. 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Top row, bottom of page: Soph- omore futurescope act. Bottom: War years, junior act; the roaring twenties, seniors. QllEH 218 y ' orc ' y i-. (.•.■ --■ ?; mil. . ' ' ■ ' , 1 " •, w. « " I I— " ' irg M fa waj i Big : - ■■•■ ' HOMECUIlIKi qilEEI by Dean Pali DathiM ' iiic Hobi lil]i;TliEill!T OF mm (in .|„an Mmm k Pi t ' •» ' i by Dean Palmer by Dean Palm} mmi SPORTS nuxm mn , , , { i I ' w(f ' ' ' - " ■ ' (JH " " by Dean Palmer SPORTS DITK EILRRTSE , PAT NICHOLSOV. EDITORS 224 DOWD MAJOR SPORTS Pat licholson, Football Cecil Webb, Trad Jay Hamilton, Basketball Bill Joost, Crew Dick Stone, Swimming Jim Chase, Baseball Jack Linge, Tennis, B Team Football ' THE MAN WHO WORRIED his way through the 1946 football season .... Ralph Welch. " Pest " came to Washing- ton in 1930 as assistant to his former Purdue mentor, Jimmy Phelan. In 1942 he assumed the duties of head coach. The All-American of two decades ago brought his darkhorse Huskies through with five conference wins and three set- backs. 228 fOOTBflll Vi, V m I %y Morris " Red " Badgro End Coach Left: Bill Haroldson, Line Coach. Right: John Cherberg, Baclcfield Coach i IT WAS AN ON-AGAIN-OFF-AGAIN gridiron season for Washington. Losing a hear+bieaker to St. Mary ' s and well shel- lacked by the UCLA coast kingpins, the keyed-up Welchmen came through to trounce WSC. Then it was humble defeat at the hands of Southern Cal. Surprising local rooters, the Huskies turned back California. Stanford, Oregon and Montana in rapid succession. Drubbed by Oiegon State in their season ' s finale, the Huskies rested in fourth place as ' 46 football came to a close. Click Clark Trainer Roy Sondberg ' B " Team Coach Left: Art McLarney, Assistant Coach. Right: Bill Holmes, Assistant Coach. s T HUSKIES 20— GflfLS 24 BUCKING AGAINST the highly-toufed Gaels of St. Mary ' s in their first seasonal tilt, the Huskies weje edged out of victory in one of the most talked-of exhibitions ever held on the stadium turf. Forty-two thousand fans roared when Herman Wedemeyer, Jimmy Phelan ' s oll-American halfback, skirted 53 yards for the initial score. Wash- ington countered with a touchdown march as Dick Ottele sneaked for six points. Larry Hatch intercepted and ran bock 63 yards to the one-yard line; from there Whitey King wedged through to the end zone. Arnold Weinmeister, in the second half, fumbled with his back to the goal, setting up the second Gael tally, but later raced 57 yards for Washington ' s final score. Gael Denis O ' Connor caught a pair of touchdown passes spelling " finis " to a memorable bottle. Gordon Berlin Center, Guard Huskies rush Uclan halfback Ernie Johnson Harry Rice Left Taclcle HUSKIES 13 Gail Bruce Right End Brooks Biddle Right Halfback BRU ns 39 UCLA ' S BRUINS came to Seattle expecting lain, got a dry field and ran rampant over the olmost helpless Huskies. Paced by Ernie Case and Col Rossi, the Bruins turned what started out to be a tight game into a Purple and Gold rout. After drawing first blood when Hatch skirted end for five and o touch- down, the Huskies bowed to the superb UCLAN passing attack. On the third play after the Washington score. Case wound up and flipped a 61-yard aerial to Rossi, and that staited the Bruin juggernaut rolling. Scoring twice on passes and four times on the ground. Coach L oBrucherie ' s charges wound up the day with a 39 to 13 victory. u c L A 231 w s c HUSKItS 21-COUGflRS ? HUSKY FANS weie well rewarded foi ' their trip to Pullman as the University of Washington eleven came out after a first-half slump to wallop the Cougars 21 to 7. After a Cougar score for seven points in the second quarter, Husky operations opened in the third stanza as McGovern intercepted a Cougar pass on the Purple and Gold 38-yard line. Dallas went around left end foi ' 27 yards and Hatch followed a few plays later, picking up 23 yards over right tackle. Hatch made the end-zone on the next play and Mikalson converted. The fourth quarter saw plenty of action with Biddle making a 24-yard run and Provo traveling into the end-zone. The third touchdown was made by King after Ottele intercepted. George Bayer Left Tackle John Zeger Left Guard Dick Ottele Quarterback Bird ' s-eye-view of action against State 9 n 3« I So. o Fred Provo Left Halfback George Meyers Right Guard Marshall Dallas Fullback HUSKIES O-TeOJflOS 28 c PEST WELCH ' S gildiion boys were trimmed by the Trojan reception committee 28 to when they Invaded the USC territory. Dick Ottele made a valiant effort to score on the opening kickoff but was stopped on the Husky 49-yaid line by the last foe between him and the paydirt. The Trojans then took over and held the pigskin in Washington territory for two touchdowns. The " Thundering Herd " from the South broke loose in the second quarter and plowed down the field for a thii ' d touchdown. Southern Cai ' s final tally came in the third stanza, making the score 28 to 0. The last quarter was a see-saw affaii- with the Huskies bravely battling to the final gun. 233 H O E C O M I N G HUSKIfS 2fl-BfflliS 6 BOUNCING BACK after their unsuccessful Trojan episode, the unpre- dictable Huskies measured California 20 to 6, before a Homecoming throng of 38,000. Gerry Austin wound up a long Washington march early in the second stanza, plunging over the goal. Larry Hatch and Sam Robinson sparked a third period drive that led to Austin ' s second tally for the day. In the final quarter Hatch intercepted a pass, returning the ball 22 yards. Again Robinson hacked away at the California line and finally faked so perfectly that Brooks Biddle raced into the end zone unscathed. Only once did the Golden Bears befuddle the wary Welchmen, scoring on a deadly screen pass. 234 Gerry Austin Quarterback Bill McGovern Center Pete Foster Right Tackle 1 4 . ' 1 •-■-«»- " 3» c A L I F O R N I A Robinson moves for sixable gain s T A N F O R D Biddle hits the end zone ' " r .? » HUSHIES 21-inDlflOS 15 GORDY BERLIN. Dick Ottele and Red Provo led the onslaught as the Huskies invaded Palo Alto to upset the ■fojmidable Stanford Indians, 2! to 15. Sam Robinson culminated a long diive in the first period by bowling off left tackle for 33 yaids and a TD. Just before half time, Lojiy Hatch intercepted a pass and on the next play Fred Provo shot the pigskin to Dev Gossett who scampered 35 yards to score unmolested. Harry Rice recovered a Stanfoid fumble on the enemy 37, thereby setting up the final Husky tally. Ottele connected with Hagen, and Biddle drove through the end zone from three yards out. Bob Mikalson obliged with all three extra kicks. Gordon Hunger Left Halfback Bruce Joton Left Guard Frank Saksa Right Guard b .5®.ado ' Arnold Weinmeister Fullback Alf Hemstad Quarterback Jim Thompson Left Halfback HUSKIES 16-DUCKS " GRAB AN EARLY LEAD and hold it, " proved a timely stiatagem for Pest Welch ' s aggregation as they piled up sixteen points in the first half and coasted to on easy triumph over the University of Oregon. On Washington ' s first play Fred Provo rocketed an aerial from mldfleld to Biooks Biddle and before thiee minutes of gome time had elapsed, the bewildered visitors were trailing 7 to 0. Later in the first period Biddle swept end for 42 yards to set the stage for a 23-yard field goal by Bob Mikalson. Two long runs by Provo and Biddle set up Washington ' s final score by Marshall Dallas in the second stanza. Three times during the contest the Ducks were deep in Husky territory . . . but fizzled. G O N 237 M O N T A HUSKIfS 21-GfilZZLIfS PERFORMING ON A WET TURF with Seattle snow piled around the gridiion ' s edge, the Huskies wound up their home schedule by dumping Montana 21-0. The Welchmen uncorked a 56-yard push late in the first period. Dick Ottele pitched the pigskin to Gail Biuce for twelve yards. The Grizzlies were penalized 15 yards ond a few moments later Brooks Biddle sped over the goal. Fred Provo set up the second tally when he took the ball on the Husky 27-yard line and lateraled to Herb Harlow as he was nailed on the 35. Harlow breezed to a touchdown. In the final stanza, Carl Fennema intercepted a pass on the visitors ' 28-yard sti-ipe. Dallas hit the end zone six plays later. Mikalson con- verted for all three extra points. ' .fi ' Z- i ' - ft-i- Bob Levenhagen Right Guard Hank Melusky Right End Bob Nelson Left End s HUS«lfS 12-BEflVfRS 21 OUTFOUGHT ON THE GROUND but staging a superb overhead attack, the Huskies dropped their terminus tilt to Oregon State, 21 to 12, in the ankle-deep quagmire of Multnomah Stadium. Ken Carpenter and Dick Twenge, OSC powerhouses, each registered once, and between their scoies Bob Proctoi- intercepted a Husky pass and romped 42 yards to touchdownlond. Ernie Stein, a potential Washington great, snagged a 12-yard throw from Fred Provo for the locals ' first tally. In the fourth stanza Provo pitched another one to Bob Nelson which netted 31 yards and led to Sam Robinson ' s plunge to pay dirt. c 239 B TEAM WASHINGTON ' S " B " FOOTBALL PLAYERS convinced Coach Roy " Sandy " Sandbeig of their pigskin abilifies by winning all five of fheir scheduled games last fall. With assistant coaches Roy Caclson, Art McLarney and Dave Cunie, the Husky Pups developed into a smooth fighting team. Pacific Lutheran College of Tacoma proved to be the first victim of the season, losing to the Pups 13 to 7. Lyie Stotts highlighted the game with two touchdown passes. The Ellensbuig Wildcats bowed to the local eleven 20 to 7 the following Saturday. Mel Davis and Bill Mclntyre sparked the touchdown plays with Arnie Swanson and Nick Zandies giving top assistance. The Pups gained their third victory by thrashing Everett Junior College 34 to 0. Neal Patton, Al Goot and Don Coryell interfered with any plans Oiegon State ' s " Jayvees " might have had by scoring a 16 to 6 win. Goot made the outstanding play by kicking a tricky field goal. Washington State College outscored the Pups until the closing minutes but the Huskies broke loose with five successful passes followed by a 17-yard run by Mclntyre, to give the undefeated Pups a I 6 to 12 victory to end the season. " B " team players included John Boitano, Ken Davis, Burnie Frederickson, Chailes Judd, Ted Adolphson, Neil Patton, William Watts, Irv Wehde, Leo Weott, Biuce Rehm, Ronald Reed, Al Goot, Lawrence Hurlbut, Al Kean, LyIe Stotts, Dick Sprinkle, Ed Daley, Paul Jacobson, Mel Davis, Bill Mclntyje, Nick Zandies, Don Coiyell, Gordon Robberson and Arnie Swanson. STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Player Times Carried Ball Net Gain Provo 64 307 Biddle 53 240 Hatch 74 251 King 40 99 Robinson 33 145 Weinmeister 21 112 Harlow 16 126 Dallas 35 77 Ottele 29 38 Thompson 18 81 Hunger 12 65 Hemstad , . 5 29 Zeger I 4 Hagen 2 Han 2 —14 Average 4.70 4.52 3.39 2.47 4.39 5.33 7.87 2.20 1.34 4.50 5.41 5.80 4.00 0.00 —7.00 INDIVIDUAL PASSING Player Attempted Completed intercepted Yards Pe rcentoge Provo 46 27 5 435 58.7 Ottele 37 14 5 101 37.8 Hemstad 18 ■8 1 124 44.4 Hatch 16 4 4 70 25.6 Thompson 9 3 46 33.3 Austin 9 3 2 31 33.3 240 4 John Zeger Captain Fred Provo Inspirational Player RETURNING AFTER A STRETCH with the famous Fourth Air Force eleven, John " Pappy " Zeger completed his senior yeor by carving his niche in Washington football- dom. The 26-year-old veteian culminated his collegiate football career with such superb work in the guard slot that he was pointed to as sparkplug of the club, elected to the honor of captaincy by his fellow players, and received all-coast recognition. Zeger ' s Inspired play dates back to 1940 and 1941, the pre-war yeais when he won two of his thiee stripes. The sterling play of Fred Provo gained him the respect of his teammates and their selection of Inspirational Player of 1946. Before the record books were shelved for the ' 46 season, Provo had gained more yardage for his team than any other man. Husky followers know him as a hard drivei ' who performs with the speed of a gazelle. But few know that Provo sustained injury in the Battle of the Bulge and was told that he would never play football again. manflGfRS Hugh Willioms, Ned Sander, Roger Johnson, Bob Gallagher, Bob McLean, Russel Irish. 241 THE 1945-46 SCHOOL YEAR was climaxed on June 21, 1946, when the Inteina+ionai Maritime Regatta was held. The feature event of the aquatic afternoon was the eight- boat 2,000-meter Olympic distance race. All crews par- ticipating drew lots foi- their respective lanes and shells. The shells were provided by the University of Washington. The Washington crew with Bob Payne at the tiller ropes consisted of Stroke Grant Bishop, 7-Jim Tupper, 6-Jim Horsley, 5-John Anderson, 4-Bill Works, 3 and Captain Dave Thompson, 2-Ted Gibson and Bob McFarlane in the bow. The Huskies took an early lead and held it for three- quarters of the distance. The finish, however, saw Cornell in first place and MIT second, just inches ahead of the Washington boat. October of 1946 saw the return of crew to Its prewar status at Washington. With Al Ulbrickson relieved from his wartime athletic managership and Bud Raney dis- charged from the Navy, the coaching staff returned to its normal set-up. Although there have been no races in the current sea- son as Tyee goes to press, this year ' s activity is pointed to the Pacific Coast Regatta and the Poughkeepsie Regatta. Al Ulbrickson, coach Bud Raney, assistant coach and freshman coach George Pococlc, shellbuilder ' Jim ne, Dave Thompson, John Anderson, Jim Tupper, Bob Payne, Grant Bishop, Jim Horsley, Biil Worl s, Ted Gibson. «llli|ll rop leff: Into the Water, fop right; Taking Off. Bottom eft: On the run. Bottom right: Seeing the Show A V (nyflGfRS Front row: Chuck Degginger, John Mucklestone Roland Dick, Jack Gwinn, Ed Natchwey Mitchell Montchalin, Joel Toothacker, freshman managers. Back row: Bill Brooks, senior freshman manager; Bob Blancher, Phil Runkel, junior managers; Bill Torrance, Bill Ellison, Bob Myer, freshman managers; Bruce Walter, senior manager. STRIVING TO REGAIN the sadle of Pacific Coast and national rowing supremacy this year, the Uni- versity saw the largest freshman crew turnout in history. This group will form the reservoir of varsity men of the future. The return of many of last year ' s iettermen in addition to several pre-war oarsmen has spurred hopes for a successful rowing year. " Nero, " the training barge, is the first step in becoming an ors- man. 244 HOPE WAS HIGH at the start of the University cosoba season, foe Hec Edmondson seemed to hove makings of a championship squad in his starting five of Nichols, White, Gilbeitson, Tayloi ' and Joigenson. Enthusiasm mounted as the hoop- sters swept their series with midwestern foes, and were one of the nine unbeaten teams in the nation. The Purple and Gold, however, ran into trouble, and soon became known as the hot and cold boys of the league. One night they would look like novices and the next night they would be unbeat- able. The season ended with Washington in third place with eight wins and eight losses. Nichols placed second in confeience scoring with 204 points, a new record at Washington. " let ' s Go! " — Bob Jorgenson, Boody Gilbertson, Jack Nichols, Sam White, Bill Taylor m BOSKfTBfll Hec Edmondson, Head Basketball Coach Art McLarney, B Squad Coach I " SK , IN A PRE-SEASON TEST oi strength with the experienced Ohio jtate Cageis. the Huskies took both ends of a two-game series, 49 to 45 and 52 to 46. Superioi- passing in both games proved to be the deciding margin of victoiy for the Purple and Gold. The Edmondson Fire Engine lan at peak efficiency as it swept a two-game series fiom Minnesota, champions of the Big Nine in ' 46. The Huskies showed surprising stiength in their double win, 6 1 to 47, and in a close high-scoiing contest, 72 to 68. Letter Winners: Boody Gilbertson, forward; Jack Nichols, center; Bob Jorgenson, guard; Sam White, forward; Bill Taylor, guard. OPENING THEIR REGULAR SEASON against the Idaho Vandals, the Huskies made a clean sweep, winning 51 to 41 and 62 to 41. At Moscow they won 56 to 46 and 69 to 49. Husky jinx this season were the WSC Cougars. At Pullman the Huskies lost 48 to 5 1 and 54 to 58, when they hit but 2 I per cent of their shots from the floor. The Cougars took the third, 54 to 38, but lost the final. 59 to 40. Letter Winners: Norm Carnovale, guard; Bill Vandenberg, forward; Charlie Schaeffer, foward; Jim Mallory, center; Bob Eckmann, forward. b m m iHfli THE 1947 NORTHWESTERN Division Champions at Oregon State caught the weary Huskies at the end of their over-long rood trip, and defeated them 56 to 52 (in overtime) and 84 to 63. When the Ducks cams to the University they took trie first game 59 to 37, but the Huskies ran at top speed the next night and upset the Ducks, 60 to 44. Chills and thrills prevailed in the Washington-Oregon series, with the Huskies winning the opener 60-58. The next night the Ducks came back strong to take a 64 to 54 decision. In the last half of the series the Ducks won the first, 49 to 48, with a field goal in the last 10 seconds. The Huskies played one of their best games the next night to win 63 to 51. Letter Winners: Dick " Whitey " King, guard; Dan Roberts, center; Les Eathorne, guard; Andy Opacich, guard; Jim Ecl mann, forward. v.i ' . ii-?:- ■ a. i . " . " ---! Jt a ' t " 1 T.J ' i HsI) B Hfl First row: Jim Eckman, Al Kean, Jelly Anderson, Tom Ward, Doug Kirk. Second row; Mark Metzger, Jack Zech, Don O ' Neill, Earl Andersen, Bob Olsen. Third row: Coach Art McLarney, Al Blindheim, Jim Petersen, Neil Walker, Rudy Nichols. COMBINE A SERIES of victories over such top flight quintets as Olympic Juniop- College, Everett Junior College, Victoria Dominoes and the Marine Recruit- ing aggregation with a final 41-40 decision over the Collins Field house team and you have a description of the performance of the University of Washing- ton ' s squad. With a line-up consisting of Jelly Anderson and Tom " Tiger " Ward at the forward positions; Al Kean and Norm Carnovale at the guard slots; and Al Blin- heim at center, the Jayvees opened their season with decisive triumphs over Seattle Pacific College, Marine Recruiting and Matheny and Bacon. Then followed a setback in a return game with the Recruit- ing quintet. The loss was followed by wins ovei ' the Adhesive Products team and Fort Lawton. Then began a series of slaughters, with the Everett Junior College falling 60-33. and the Victoria Dom- inoes 49-40. The Fort Lewis Warriors, Everett Junior College, Port Townsend All-Stars and Port Angeles Locals were next to be overpowered. But Central Washington College of Education trounced the Pups 74-58 at Ellensburg. McLarney ' s men closed their season with two straight wins over Grays Harbor, another decision over Matheny and Bacon, and their final 41-40 ver- dict over the Collins Fieldhouse team. IHIinBGf RS Ken Fletcher, Larry Coriander, Don Hanson, senior manager; Jim Colderhead 252 tf _, V v,_ Hr ' ■■., ti ' mmwf. M Jack Torney, Head Coach Bob Buckley, Diving Coach THE HUSKIES went through seven straight meets without a single set- back, easily taking the Northern Division crown at the end of the season. The first two meets, non- conference bouts, revealed cham- pion power in the making, with the Huskies trimming CPS 46-29 and Victoria YMCA 38-31. Four dual meets were walkaways, with the Washington squad walloping OSC, Oregon, Idaho and WSC, 65-10, 57-18, 59-16 and 45-29 respective- ly. The championship meet proved to be all-Washington, the Huskies taking eight of nine first places. 253 L Pete lee Bob Trager Bud Hill fifCORD SmflSHfRS THIS YEAR ' S TEAM has broken and now holds four of eight possible Pacific Coast Conference swimming records. George Heaney, Bud Hill and Pete Powlison swam the 300-yard medley relay against Idaho in 2:59.3. breaking a seven-year-old mark set by use. Powlison and Heaney each boast a record. Powlison holds the 100-yard free style record, swimming it In 51.8 in the title meet; Heaney, the 150-yard back- stroke, completed in 1:30.1 in the preliminaries for the title round. Powlison teamed with Jay Follrich, Pete Lee and Bob Trager for the fourth mark, a 3:36.0 swimming of the 400-yard free style I ' elay, broken while meeting with Idaho. Powlison again holds the Northern Division record for the 50-yard free style, going this distance In 23.3. Of the other three Conference events, Washington, in the person of Champion Jack Medico, lays claim to two more Division marks. Medico holds the 220 and 440- yard free style marks which he set in 1934. George Heaney Pete Powlison Joy Follrich Above left: Bob McLaughlin, broad jumper Above right: Don Meyering, discus ' ' J . AT THE CLOSE of the first post-war track season, Washington ' s Huskies found themselves barely edged out of the Northern Division championship. Handicapped by the injuries of two sure-point win- ners, Lyie Clark and Lee Schlosser, the Purple and Gold were topped by Oregon State College ' s 32 points, compared to Washington ' s 3 1 1 2 an " Oregon ' s 311 10 tallies. In the other meets of the yeoj-, the Huskies weie victorious over Oregon State College, 70 2 3 to 59 I 3. Once again the home town men came out on the long end of the score, this time over the Oregon Ducks, 75 to 55. " Hec " Edmundson ' s men took one on the chin from Washington State ' s Cougars to the tune of 691 2 to 6M 2. Several of the Huskies came through with some fine performances during the course of the season. LyIe Clark won the high hurdles in the WSC meet. Don Wold took a second in the mile run in the National Collegiate Meet at Minneapolis, Minnesota. Clark took sixth at San Antonio. 257 1346 Suds McLean, 440 Darrell Gillian, 440 Earl Fetter, 440 BY COPPING nme first places plus a sweep of the 120-yaid high hurdles, the Huskies dammed the Oregon Beavers by 11-1 3 points with the final score standing at 70-2 3 to 59-1 3. Washington made a clean sweep of the Oregon country by out- running the Oregon Ducks, 75 to 55, with Lyle Clark wlnn ' ng both high and low hurdle events. His high hurdle time of 14.8 seconds set a new dual meet record. On the Cougar track, the Huskies were set down In theli- efforts to make it three straight meets when the State College tracksters out-scored Washington, 69I 2 to 6M 2. Stars of the season were Lyle Clark, Don Wold. Bill Steed and Bob McLaughlin. Dave Cavicke, relay, 230 Beginning of lap in mile relay Lee Schlosser winning the 100-yard dash against OSC w Right: Doug Robinson, Charlie Brig- ham and Jack Lohuis, pole vaulters. Far right: Chuck Lauber, javelin. Chuck Gilmer, putting a shot Lee Schlosser, sprinter Track Managers: Cal Witherbee, Dick O ' Donnell, Dick McConn, Dan Matiumoto, Von Emerson. Chuck Gilmer, shot and discus Bob McLaughlin, brood jumper i:l l ' Lee Schlosser, right, wins the 200-yard sprint against OSC ' : " f w : |: VflRSIiy 1946 262 WASHINGTON ' S NETMEN displayed championship skill as they won 26 out of a possible 28 individual tennis matches during intercollegiate competition last spring. Membersot the " Mighty Seven, " coached by Jack Torney, included " Righty " Darrell Eden, number one man, followed by Jack Lowe, hialler Peterson, Walt Olson, " Lefty " Donald Eden, Dick Oswald, and Kenney Burrows. During the season the Huskies took on Washington State college, University of Idaho, University of Oregon end Oregon State, finishing the regular season with four straight victories. ' ! ' f ,i i M f ! U. of W. vs. Washington State Score: 7 to U. of W. vs. U. of Idaho Score: 6 to 1 U. of W. vs. U. of Oregon Score: 6 to 1 U. of W. vs. Oregon State Score: 7 to Ken Burrows Walt Olson Don Hanson Manager HUSKY SUPERIORITY was displayed In the first meet of the season against Wash- ington State as the locals shut out the Cougars, 7 to 0. The University of Idaho was second to succumb, being easily defeated 6 to I. Another onslaught was directed at the University of Oregon, which also bowed 6 to I to the Huskies. Washington finished the regular season when they took Oregon State by a score of 7 to 0. Another University of Washington victory was gained at the Northern Division play-off, which was held last spring at Washington State. The Husky victors. Including Darrell Eden, Jack Lowe, Holler Peterson and Walt Olson, tied the all-time i-ecord by taking 17 out of a possible 20 points during the tourney. Washington established the original record several years ago. In the singles, Eden took the title by defeating Lowe. The doubles crown was won by Eden-Peterson (U. of W.) over Anderson-Zeger (U. of Oregon). Lowe and Olson played in the doubles tourney until defeated in the semi-finals. 265 BflSfBflLL ' MODERATELY SUCCESSFUL in their 1946 season, the Huskies finished third place in the Northern Division of the Pacific Coast Conference. Washington won her opening gome, April 19, from Idaho, 3-0. The next day she lost in ten innings, 4-3. The Huskies then won a pair from Washington State; Soriano chalked up a 4-3 win on April 22 and Cole pitched a 4-1 victory on April 23. In Eugene on April 26, the game with Oregon was a pitching duel until the eighth inning when Washington made five runs, but Oiegon lallied in the ninth to win 6-5. Despite Cole ' s six-hit pitch- ing, Washington lost the next day, 4-0. The team hod better luck at Corvallis, taking both gomes from Oregon State, 9-7 on April 29 and 6-2 on April 30. When Oregon met Washington on Graves Field, May 8 and 9, the Ducks won both games, 8-3 and 9-6. Oregon State shut out Washington 5-0 on May 13; the Huskies came back the next day to win 5- 1 . Although the Cougais made only two hits on May 17. they won 3-1. In ten innings at Pullman the next day, Washington won 9-3. The Huskies split their final series with Idaho in Moscow. They won the first game. May 20, I 1-6 and lost the finale, May 21, 6-12. Coach " Tubby " Graves 1946 266 Len Tran, 3b George Keiter, of Bill French, p 267 1046 noRTHfRn Division pflcific coflsi cooffRtncf stuhdiugs Won Lost Percentages Oregon I I 5 .688 Oregon State College 10 6 .625 Washington 8 8 .500 Washington State College 6 10 .375 Idaho 5 II .313 BIG W WINNERS not pictured are Bill Briggs, Bob Cole, Norm Dalthorp, Jim John, Ray Rice and Bob Swysgood. The other members of the 1 946 team were Ed Bohr, Morgan Bartlett, Vic Brown, Lewis Fergen, Rudolph Hentz, Bob Kane, Charles Krakovsky, Floyd LeBoron, Warren Noyes, Richard Peterson and Phill Schwarz. Special credit goes to Jim Beck and Emil Stunz who carried the managerial load. Right: " Tobby " wafches from the dugout. Left; Oregon man slides into Ryan at third. 268 MILROY WAS SELECTED by his team-mates as the winner of the Torrance Inspirational Award for 1946. This award is given each yeai- the Huskies play intercollegiate baseball to the member of the team who is most inspiring to his fellow players. Milroy was described as a " heads up, always hustling type " of boll playei- by Torchy Torrance, for whom the awai ' d was named. A veteran of three years of varsity ball, Milioy has returned this year as coach in chaige of the " B " squad. 1 «-- Walt Milroy, lb, of Bob Jorgensen, p Lawrence Knust, of, c Bob Goldberg, p - 269 MliOR SPORTS 270 GOLf 1346 ' f fc -.i % J " Harold " Tass " Gjolme Jack Hazlett, Jr. WHEN THE LAST PUTT was down and the final score card tallied, the Husky golf team had completed on outstanding record. Swinging through Northern Division com- petition unbeaten and untied, the Purple and Gold golfers walked off with the medal play crown May 25 in Eugene, Oiegon, accumulating a 602 total, 14 strokes ahead of the second-place Oregon State Beavers. Elwin Anderson 272 b FOR THE FIRST TIME in Washington history the University sent a four-man team to the National Intercollegiate Golf Championship tournament held June 27 through June 29 in Princeton, New Jersey, with Gjolme placing eighth among finalists. After opening the season in Vancouver, B. C, April 6, in an unoffi- cial exhibition match which the Huskies lost, Washingtonians bounced back the following week to down the University of Oregon, 2OI 2 to 6 ' 2. A road trip to Oregon brought two moie victories to Washington over Portland University and Oregon State. Squeezing past the University of British Columbia, 1 4 to 13, almost blanking Idaho, 26I 2 to I 2, and sweeping aside Washington State, the red-hot Huskies added three more wins to the ledgei- and gave par a beating during their busiest golfing week. Making up the " Big Four " for the Purple and Gold were Harold " Toss " Gjolme, Joe Greene, Jack Hazlett, Jr., and Vern Burks. Others who saw tournament play were Elwin W. Anderson, Elwood T. Gun- nerson, Howard Stroupe and James Corlett. Bill Jefferson, Jr., coached the divoters while Herb Fritz acted as team managei-. Vern Burks Howard Stroupe Elwood T. Gunnerson James Corlett Herb Fritz, monoger 273 A TEAM — Front: Fred McMillin, Dick McKay. Back: Bob Strong, Norm Olsen, Bob Schoning. hbudbiill ' M irfV: B TEAM: Wayne Grossage, Ken Wiiriams, Bill Funsinn, Bill Ad- kisson, Ed Funsinn. C TEAM — Front: Sid Cohn, Te Donovan. Back: Bill Silver, Tor Clarke, Jack Barros. VOLLfyBflLL Front: John Mayberg, John Crites, Arlin Skarsten, Howard Long, Henry Scanlon. Back: N. F. Kunde, coach; Kenneth Thor- «en, Ralph Larson, Robert Brown,. James Martell, Jerry Bailie, manoger. 274 CROSS couniRy Jcck Burney, Dave Robb, Frank Foto, Don Goodson, Dennis Lav- ender. RIfLf Hfl Front: S Sgt. S. W. Powell, Hov ard Craven, Gerald Morgans, Duane Tarpenning, Wil- liam Stouvall, T ' Sgt. M. D. Putman. Back: Oscar Holm, Frank Young, Robert McCar- the Russell Emrich, Robert Brown. Action in the Barr-Richardson bout Perry Barth, bantamweight; Dale Richardson, lightweight; A) Luster welterweight; Dough Motheson, featherweight. Back: Brod Young, light heavyweight; Myron Ringstad, middleweight; John Prechek, heavyweight. Not pictured: Dale Redfern, senior welterweight. 275 liTLlMlRUS 276 fflLL FALL QUARTER INTRAMURAL compefitlon between the vaiious men ' s oiganiza+lons drew to a close before the Christmas holidays. Basketball honors for the fall period went to Delta Chi. Sigma Alpha Epsllon placed second In the tourney meet. Touch football results found Alpha Sigma Phi at the top with a perfect recoid. Second place went to Delta Tau Delta. Swimming champions for the fall were Sigma Nu In first place and Grant ' s Independents sec- ond. Cross-countiy honors went to Delta Tau Delta with Sigma Chi placing second. Table Tennis winner was Bill Dobson, Independent, with Win Olson, Delta Chi, runner-up. Wiestlinq title honors went to Kappa Sigma with five entries. Phi Gamma Delta placed second with two entries. fOOTBHLL Front: Tom Maloney, Ken Burroughs, Clayton Quackenbush, John Pfaff, Don Barclay, Bill Schlauch, Frank Personeus. Back: Dick Burroughs, Jack Powell, Bruce Broadbooks, Perry Dahl, Horry Groger, Bob Maloney. Not PicturecJ: Bill Adkisson, Don Amburn, Frank Fenton, Bob Clark. BBSKflBflLL Front: Vern Koehler, Don Hanson, Bill Markham. Back: Al Cornett, Normond Moore, Don Lashbaugh, Bill Williams. Not Pictured: Gordon Heritage, Win Olson. UJfifSILlOG Front: (By weight divisions) Dale Richardson, 138; Ivor Ostlund, 148; Raymond K. Olson, 158. Back: Keith McGon- agill, 168; Dick Von Zandt, 178; Dick Hays, heavy. Not pic- tured: Bob Whitbeck. 278 CROSS COUOIRy Don Minor, Dean Minor Front: Jack Newton, Gordy Schroeder, Bill Wilson. Bock: Dick Burnett, Thad McArthur, Gordy Knudtsen, Les Jones. iflBLf ifnnis Bill Dobson 279 miOHR lOTfiflfllUfiflLS NEARLY EIGHT HUNDRED participants gave proof of the continued inteiest in Intiamural athletics duiing winter quar- ter. Winning seven of his eight fencing bouts, Gordon Hefford became fencing champ; second place went to Ernst Rogers. Badminton honors were won by the Fiji team. Johnny Zeger and Jack Claypool, independents, emerged victorious fiom the handball tournament. Sigma Nu captured the volleyball championship. Intramural boxing champs weie: bantamweight, Perry Bai ' th; lightweight. Dale Richardson; welterweight, Don Peek; senior welterweight, Heib Bridge; middleweight, Myron Ring- stad; light heavyweight, Brad Young; heavy-weight, John Precheck. Doug Matheson captured the featherweight title. In the skiing intramurals Randy Cooper, SAE, won the individual championship. The Little Davids ... J. V. Ursic, Dick Whiting, Bob Kuss, Daryl Bate, Jim Whiting . . . won the team trophy. ffficine Gordon Hefford BOXIDG I Left, front: Dole Rich- ardson, Don Peek; bock: Doug Matheson, Brad Young, Myron Ringstad, Herb Bridge. Right: John Precheck. 280 laft— Randy Cooper. Right — Front row; J. R. UrsiC Ooryl Bate. Back row: Jim Whiting, Dicic Whiting, Bob Kuss. fe VOLLfyBBLL Front: Biil Wilson, Bob Hodgson, Bob Roe. Bock: Frank Wright, Bud Strom, Jack McCarthy, Cal Knudsen. Not pictured: Gordon Swanson, Al Jones. Golf champs: Bill McGovern and Don McDonald Tennis singles: Bob Simpson Bowling champs: Left to right: Roy Davidson, Jim Beck, Richie Sterne, Bud Thumler sprihg THE ADVENT OF SPRING QUARTER showed livened interest in Intramural activities. Lambda Chi Alpha topped all competition for the Softball crown with a 9-3 victoi-y over the Fijis. The victors then went on to defeat the Civil Engineering nine, adding the All-University Championship to their laurels. Tau Kappa Epsilon placed second and Civil Engineers third. The Fijis eked out a 6-0 win over the Theta Chi ' s in the final playoff to annex the touch football championship. Lambda Chi Alpha finished in third place. In the Tennis singles Bob Simpson, Phi Delta Theta. smashed out a series of victories to place first, and then teamed up with Phi Delt Stu Doug- las to win over ATO, 7-5 and 6-2, for the doubles crown. Phi Delts Bill McGovern and Don McDonald took the Golf Championship with Beta Theta Pi and Alpha Tau Omega tying for second. Sigma Nu captured the horseshoe honors with Sigma Alpha Mu taking second place. Lambda Chi Alpha claimed the All-Univeisity bowling championship. Football — Left to right: Walter Shiel, Fred Miller, Bob Davies. Kneeling: Harlan Brooks, Jack Louis, Charlie McCarthy, Bill Taylor, Jack Martin, Bob Burns, Ray Hagen Softball — Left to right top row: Gail Bruce, John Byrd, Milton Audett, Jack Wright, Don Reed. Bottom row: Roy Davidson, Douglas Matheson, Dick Eckbert, Ted Christensen » SKIIIG, mi JOIII HI1IIIMV, ;illTIIK 284 -t . W(W ' - • -■.■ -K» ' i • Rees Stevenson Bob Power Cliff Schmitke Otto Weaver Bob St. Louis Duncan Reid Husky " B " Ski Team: Al Luster, Ross Williams, Gib Eaton, Pat Goodfellow. JNel Pictured: Owen Wil- liams, Don Sandall, Chuck Welch. THE 1947 UNIVERSITY of Washington ski team had its first teste of action in the Bradley Cup meet at Sun Valley in which 25 of the top ski teams of the nation competed. The Utah team took the championship. In the downhill, the Husky skiers placed five men in the first ten. In the four-way individual competition, Cliff Schmidtke of the Husky squad took third place. Traveling directly from Sun Valley to Stevens Pass, the Huskies won the Penguin Ski Club invitational giant slalom for the second time and Rees Stevenson, who proved to be the outstanding Husky racer of the season, captuied first place in the individual standings. The Huskies then won the Northwest and Pacific Coast conference titles. In the Noi-thwest meet the Husky B team regained the cham- pionship title from the University of British Columbia B squad. The varsity squad also won over their Canadian opponents. The Husky B team representoted the University in four meets during the season. In their last meet, the Pacific Coast Champion- ships, class A and B combined, the Husky B team entered as the only second team and placed fourth in the competition. Gus Erickson, Coach 287 , I _L n ■ t miOIEfi PITS CLUB OFFICERS: Bud Nordstrom, treasurer; Nancy Slaydeii secretary; Bob Parker, president Splicing Evening in front of the fire at the lodge. Five HWSC big shots on Iha snow weasel. THE SKI YEAR OF 1946-47 will be lemembeied in Husky Winter Sports Club history as one of new odditions, improvements and general " hard work. " A new tow to the top of the power line was the largest undertaking. The purchase of weasels and improvements of lodge facilities also furnished many headaches and work parfies. Highlighting the year ' s activities were the Ski Carnival held in February, Christ- mas vacation skiing with powder snow and sunshine prevailing, and playing host to the Pacific Noi-thwest Confeience meet and later to the girls ' ski teams from the University of British Columbia. Through the continual responsibilities of the committees the functions of the club were carried out. Committee heads for the year were: John Sonnason, lodge; Bob Fallis, tow; Alan Taylor, hill; Johnny Newland and Dan Pulsifer, publicity; Jackie Hilscher, social; Sybil Levin, office staff; Harry Dorst, work parties; Betty Nelson, physical education representative. Doing more than their share of work each week-end while others skied were Mark Barricklow, Gordon Syliaason, Jack Pederson and Gus Eriksen, club adviser, who shouldered many of the responsibilities. Leading a membership drive at the beginning of the year was Lloyd Harmon who wos later replaced by Bob Parker. Always a popular time of day. Redecorating before the skiing season. 289 I I rtS ¥ V CflfidlVflL Jeanette Burr Marilyn Dupar Couples ' Race The Royal Chariot Obstacle Course Oops, slipped! THE SKI CARNIVAL, which began Friday night, Febiuaiy 14, with a ski shuffle mixei ' in the women ' s gymnasium, went to the mountains ... to the Husky chalet at Martin, Wash- ington ... on Saturday morning. All day Saturday hot-shot skiers practiced high-speed skiing in preparation for Sunday ' s races and not-so-hot-shot skiers made tracks and prat-falls down the steep slopes of the area. Saturday night, by the light of flares, lovely Nanette Gar- hart was mushed on a dog-sled to a snow throne where she was crowned queen by Bob St. Louis, captain of the ski team. After the coronation, a Schottische contest was held at Rustic Inn. Jeanette Buir and Bob Kuss twirled their way to victory. Sunday ' s giant slalom race was run down the steeply- pitched Husky Hill on ice. Twenty-three teams entered and the Little Davids ... Bob Kuss, Dick Whiting, Jim Whiting, J. Ursic and Daryl Bates . . . were the winners among the men ' s teams. Randy Cooper of SAE had the best individual time. The women ' s intiamural championship was won by Delta Gamma team: llene Madsen, Nancy McFadden and Pat FitzSimmons. Jeanette Burr had the gest individual time, followed by Marilyn Dupar. Jim Whiting took fiist in the obstacle race. 291 Watching the Race SPORTS SULlElli [ mm, EUlTlllt 292 UJOfUfO ' S RECfifeilOnBL COUOCIL Clara Mae Anion Rosemary Bond BeHe Waite Betty Nelson Duana Pickett Doris Swonson Ruth Anne Ruhl Virginia Webb Marion Wilkeson Eileen Williams 294 r WOMEN ' S " W " CLUB: Mllva Dostal, Lucille Tiucano. Pauline Klein, Claio f ae Anton. Boftom: Mary Bemis, Mary Jo Foiself, Joan Berkley, Not pictured: Margaret Moffat. Birrell DInnetz, Kay Sanborn. LoomEn ' s " ty " club THE PURPOSE of the Women ' s " W " Club is to cooperate In the promotion of an athletic program on the campus and in furthering on interest in recreational activ- ities. Each year the " W " Club initiates University women of junior standing who have fulfilled the requirements of the " W " award: a 2.2 scholastic average, and six quarters of participation In at least five sports and one club. This achievement Is the highest honor to be attained In the women ' s sports program. The members ore presented with white sweaters having the small " W " emblem of purple and gold by the ASUW. PfiomtoflDffis PROMENADERS, the all-University square dance club, added men to its membership in the 1947 winter quarter OS a result of growing interest on the part of campus men for square dancing. One of the big events of the year was the demonstration given at the national convention of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation held in Seattle in April. Under Doris Jean Swanson ' s leadership, shows were also given for high schools, civic organizations and the campus. PROMENADERS— Top: Marilyn Seefield. Pauline Wicks, Bette Waife, Dorothy Holler, Sylvia Wagner, Janis Kropf, Jocqueline Heacock, Roberta Elford, Mary Jo Forsell, Genette Burr, Ano- belle Hall, Margaret York, Dorothy Hamilton. Middle; Dorothy Peffer, Marion Wilkeson, Doris Swonson, Joyce Bonlie, Lillian Johnson, Lucybelle Ryan. Bottom: Lucille Trucono, Chorlotte Battoglia, Betty Breorly, Rosemary B ond, Betty Bonfield. 295 ORCHfSIS THE HIGHLIGHT of the popular modern dance honorary, Orchesis, was the annual dance drama presented March 5, 6, 7 and 8 in the dance theater in the Physical Education Building. The dancers in- cluded Ruth Anne Ruhi, president of Orchesis, and other members: Lucille Badda, Virginia Hancock, Nancy Lawton, Ann Paynter, Shirley Ramaker, and Martha Schuh. Dancers assisting Orchesis were Kay Bricker, Jean Dougherty, Delores Decker, Joe Daw- son, Carol Grover, Nancy Peters, Greta Pearce, Shirley Simmons, Dorothy Dung, and Nancy Kerr. SILVER fISHfS EACH SPRING, the University women ' s swim club, the Silver Fishes, under Adviser Betty Slaughter, presents a colorful water pageant when the members demonstrate patterns of rhythmic swimming orig- inated in club meetings. Tryouts for membership are held at the beginning of fall and winter terms with requirements of excellent performance of each of the major swimming strokes and the execution of two dives. SliNOG THERE WERE TWO opportunities for women skiers to participate in organized skiing this year. The first, a ski rally held on February 8 and 9, was in the form of an intercollegiate meet. The second event was the University Ski Carnival at Martin where, in a giant slalom, Jcnnetfe Burr, Marilyn Dupar, and llene Madsen took top honors and Delta Gamma won combined laurels. « K V t. i HflCKty THE HOCKEY CLUB provides the opportunity for women to participate in outdoor activities and to further their interest In a highly skilled gome. During the fall quarter, the hockey players brush up on their technique by con- ducting an Inter-club tournament. In December, the club ' s program was climaxed by participation in a two-day con- ference in Portland at which teams from Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia were present. HOCKEY CLUB — top: Claia Moe Anton, Vhginlo Boeijan, Vivian Westlund, Lara Gillis, Margaret Wid- man, Pat Karrasch, Lucille Trucano, Harriet Lundberg, Grace Reindel. Bottom; Lorraine Flower, Doris Swanson, Jo Ann Nordole, Nancy Kerr, Marilyn Nordale, Betty Strand. Zelva Moeser. mixffis " ALLEMANDE LEFT, swing your partner " and " All jump up and never come down " are just a few of the phrases issuing forth from the women ' s gym on Wednesday afternoons. Under the leadership of Miss Wilson, adviser, Gordon Trade, Marion Wilkeson, and George Phelps, the square- dance mixers enjoy Increasing popularity for novice or expert alike. 297 TOUfidfldlffllS suiiniiiiioG HIGH INTEREST was exhibited in the Intramural swimming tourney this year as two hundred and thirty-three en- thusiastic women entered the swim meet. In organized house competition, a spirited Kappa Kappa Gamma team took first place, followed by Kappa Delta and Phi Mu. In open club competition, such champions as Anita Blols, Judy Crondoll, Frances George, and Deiores Weeks excelled In their performances of free style, breast- stroke, sidestroke, end back crawl. SWIMMING CHAMPIONS; Patricia Sutherland, Claire Thompson, Joan Wilson, Sylvia Ctise, Janet Dowd. Not Pictured: Nancy Lawton. VOLLEyBflLL THE ORGANIZED HOUSE division of the women ' s volleyball tournament came to an exciting climax when a champion Phi Mu team outfought the spirited Delta Zetos and forced Alpha Chi Omega into third place. The open club division, open to oil university women, reached an equally thrill- ing finale with the final tourney schedule showing " Behind the Eight Ball " to be the leading team followed by " Fighting Irish " and " Faculty Few " in third place. VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS— Top: Jewel Straub, Lou Fouken, Helen Dexter, volleyball manager; Mary Bemis, Pot Hondlin, Marge Weipert. Bottom: Moi-ylyn Olson, Mary Jane Nordtore, Pat Smith, Jeanne Corr, Pot Cos- tello, Pat Karrosch. 298 BADMINTON, possibly more than any other racket gome, provides all of the thrills and enjoyment of competitive play to expert and beginner alike, according to Washington ' s shuttle enthusiasts. Each year organized houses rally their entrants to the popular tournament. In the 1946 contest Austin hiall dominated the sport as Jo Ann Barton took the singles crown while hiazel Bright teamed up with Lillian Johnson to capture the doubles laurels. BflSlifTBHLL FLOOR BURNS and scratched arms are included in the annual women ' s basketball tournaments. This year it was a fast-moving tourney in which many women ' s organized houses, sororities and independ- ents joined to battle for top honors. The inter- organization division was won by a determined Kappa Kappa Gamma team. An open club contest was run parallel to the other and the volunteer players formed such teams as the " Alley Cats, " " Six Shooters, " and " Fighting Irish, " with good times and bruises shared by all. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS— Top: Moiilyn Smith, Lisa Taubman, Silvia Clise. Bottom: Joan Wilson, Potricia Bendshadler, Emily Gene Ragle. ifnnis WITH THE FIRST warm days of early spring, there con be heard the ping of tennis balls on tout racket strings as campus women polish up shots on the courts next to the women ' s gym. The all-University tennis tournament Is a straight elimination contest and in the 1 946 tourney Gladys Ross and Pat Kyser skillfully captured the crowns. Gladys Ross 299 4 ORGMIZITIOIS MARY THOMAS, EIIITOK roniiie Halter, Assislant 300 ' ' 5 K ' « fcM6 TVs UlORIflR BOARD " SERVICE, SCHOLARSHIP, and Leadership " — these are the by-words of Mortar Board. Junior women and Mortar Board actives moke selections of those who have been superior In both scholarship and activities. Pledging Is In the spring at a tradi- tional topping ceremony. Members of this notional honorary are specially noted for the successful Turnabout dance they sponsor each year. Not Pictured: Grout, Donna Melton, Jean, President Bemis, Mary Bratvold, Gloria Brown, Betty Bunn, Frances Fitisimmons, Pot Hogen, Ann Hesketh, Virginia Jenne. Margie Ann Kongos, Kay Mothson. Dorothy Neiman, Shirley Niesi. Pat Sullivan. Pat Zimmerman, Judy Williams lOHfH CLUB TOTEM CLUB, an upperclasswomen ' s honorary, seeks mem- bers in every field of activity. Members are chosen In the spring from women of junior standing who hove contributed I their time and efforts in service to Washington. Not Pictured: Alice Skelllnger. Honson, Marion President Bemis, Mary Berge, Sobra Boushall, Barbara Bratvold, Gloria Brown, Betty Lee Bunn, Frances Craig. Kay Elwetl, Laura FitiSimmons, Pot Forsell, Mary Jo Greenwood, Patty Hagen, Ann Hawkins. Jody Vice-President Hesketh, Virginia Jenne, Margaret Anne Kangas, Kay Klein. Polly Historian McNeill, Dorljean McPherson, Mary Treasurer Mordon, Marilyn Mathson. Dorothy Melton, Jean Neimon, Shirley Nelson. Mory Pat Niesi, Pat Noonan, Lorraine Rosenoff, Norma Lou Schroeder, Sue Sullivan, Patricio Simpson, Bette Thorstenson, Rosemary Zimmerman, Judy W. lU-Hty A FRESHMAN ' S GOAL at the end of her year Is pledging W-Key. Recommendations come from all branches of activ- ities In which a co-ed has shown outstanding school service. Members, who must have a minimum of twenty-one quarter hours, are active only during their sophomore year. Not Pictured: Lorno Lee Cooper, Dale Fleury, Priscilla Fox. : Marilyn Helber, Pat Huntley, Delia WInchell. Campbell, Joan President Adams, Anne Afflerboch, Barbora Allan, Carol Jean Allingham, Ruth Anderson, Marilyn Boiid. Jean Bean. Alice Berry, Eileen Bliss, Mary Jane Brace, Jane Burnley, Maralyn Carlson, Dorothy Case, Evelyn Ann Castlen, Alice Jean Clark, Jo Anne Cowell, Alice Dennis, Mollie Dobson, Jacqueline Dow, Betty Dowd, Janet Dowzard, Blowden Dysart, Dixie Eichelberger, Jean Embree, Jo Anne Enqle, Pat Fisken, Sally Foster. Aileen Goff, Carolyn Graessner, Joanne Greenwood, Patty Hommerlund, Jean Hopper, Jorgene Jephcott, Pat Jones, Madeline Jorgenson , Harriet Kelleher, Elise Kiippner, Jeonne Lavall. Patricia Lawton. Nancy Madsen, llene Martin, Norma Mothis, Marilyn McKeown, Katie Moats, Grace Morgan. Barbara Nilsen, Sylvia Pennington, Olive Perkini;, Marcla Potterud, Eleanor Simmons, Shirley Smith, Judy Southwick, Joan Squire, Idolice Stove, Norma Stevenson, Betty Syllioasen, Carol Teutsch. Barbara Thorlakson. Ann Timmins, Emily Wasser, Velma Wells, Doris Wilson, Alice MEMBERS OF FIR TREE, men ' s activity honorary, are selected in May by active members from the senior men who have been most prominent in activities. Another qualification Is that the members have attended only the University of Washington. flR Ififf Not Pictured: William Holmes, president; William Howard, William Morris, M. Evert Pitman, Lloyd Stackhouse, Gene Swanze. Faculty: George B. Astei, Charles Bechtol, Stephen D. Brown, C. Harvey Cossill, John Cherberg, Byron H. Chris- tian, Percy Egtvet, R. Brondson Harris, Donald H. Mackenzie, Walter Raney, Clyde A. Robinson, Aivin H. Ulbrickson. Dolfhorp, Norman Secretary-Treasurer Drowley, Dempster McGovern, William Vice-President Ivlilroy, Walter Powlison, Peter Taylor, V illiam Waldo, Robert 307 OVAL CLUB PARTICIPATION IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES is the criteria for membership into Oval Club, men ' s activity honorary and service organization. Members are selected by the active chapter from junior men whose academic records have been superior and have been outstanding in activities. Not Pictured: Al Brevik, Jirn Edmundson, Boody Silbertson. Jack hiazlett, Bill hlolmes, Bill MacDonald, Robert Moore, Jim Overlook, Sam Robinson, Dwight Smith, Jack Tracy, Archie Watson, John Zegar. McLean, Sutherland, President Anderson, C. Lawrence, Treasurer Bell, Gerald Berlin, Gordon Blodgeft, Howard Brendon, John Bruce, Gail Campbell, Lee Christensen, Bill Clark, Lyle Dresslar, John Eilertson, Bill Gazecki, Bill Hogen, Dick Hanson, Don C. Johnson, Chorles M. Kamm, Tom Keiter, George Kristlonsen, Dick Leek, Bill Madison, Paul Roger McGovern, Bill Meyers, George, Secretary Milroy, Wolfer Mortenson, Art Nash, Al Nichols, Jack Osterhout, Fred Pocock, Stan Powlison, Peter Provo, Fred Rice, Horry Richardson, Paul, Vice-President Robbins, Burton Saksa, Frank Sampson, Dick Tate, Bob Taylor, Bill Tempio, Norman Thompson, Dave Van Brunt, Norman Vandenburgh, Bill Waldo, Bob Walter, Bruce Webber, John 308 PURPLf SHIELO Purple Shield strives to encourage scholarship and partic- ipation In activities by underclassmen, its members are out- standing underclassmen with o 3.0 grade average who have participated in one or more activities. Graves, Stanley President Adams, Brock Amende, Howard Anderson, John Barr, Robert Barth, Dean Barthell. Burr Brooks, Harland Dunawoy, Williom Fleck, Donald Funk, Wollre Gibbs, Paul Vice-President Greene, Joseph Hicks, John Huston. Jack Kaldal, Jimmie Secretary Knight, Harry Kraft, Donald Luke, Wing McCorthy, Jack McDaniel, Williai Moriarty, Charles Opperman, Jack Schmidtke, Clifford Slcyden, James Taylor, Allen Truesdell, Galet Tapper, James 309 fueLemoHs MALAMUTES. UNDERCLASSMEN ' S service organization, this year origlnafed the Chorus of o Thousand Voices for use at football games as well as card stunts and rally programs for the Homecoming game. They also managed arrange- ments for the Songfest which they sponsored during spring semester. Not Pictured: Bob Gurth, Mike Hansen. Henry Henderson. Dick Persons. Funk. Wallie President Alisop, Arthur Barcley, Don Beeier, Bob Bell. Walter Bender, Nat Benningson, Ramon Bricker, Jim Broom, John R. Burnett. Dick Chase, Jim Clinkenbeard, David Gulp, Gordon Davis, Charles Eader, Ron Eilertsen, Dick Gibbs. Paul Grant. Jim Greene, Lorry Hancock. Wayne Harlocher. Joe Heflin, Ben Huntington, Wm. G. Huston, Jock Kalina. Wally Kocher, Al Kraft, Don Kurth, Bob Lough, Gene MacGougan, Denny Merrihew, Dick Moran, Malcolm Moriarity, Chuck Nixon, Ed Noe, Jock O ' Flaherty, Pot Opperman, Jock Ostronder, Donald Prince. Stan Richards. Bill Semler, Herb Thoriakson, Nell Thorp, Frank Tobiason, Walt Tremblay, Dick Van Rooy, Bill Weiss, Jim Woolsey, Al nflOflGEeieL couficiL THE MANAGERIAL COUNCIL is composed of senior and junior monogers of oil versify, minor, and infromural sporfs. Ifs purpose is fo promofe Inferesf in managerial acfivifies on fhe campus and fo bind fogefher the interests and ideas of all upper-division managers. Not Pictured: Bob Blancher, Ned Sender Brooks. Bill Campbell, Lee President Christensen, Bill Francke, John Funk, Roy Hansen. Don Kristiansen, Dick Mockie, Bob McCann, Dick Melrose, Roger Menymon, Bob Rineharf, Jim Tempio. Norm Walter, Bruce Secretory-Treasurer 311 BIB UJ CLUB COMPOSED OF MAJOR SPORTS LETTERMEN. Big W Club Is devoted to stimulation of Interest in sportsmanship, team spirit and athletic participation. Plans made during the year for social activities Included a May picnic. The W pin and W sweater are symbols of their athletic honors. Provo, Fred President Adklsson, William Anderson, John Austin, Gerry Berlin, Gordon Biddle, Brooks Biglow, Richard Bishop, Grant Briggs, Bill Bruce. Gall Burrows, Kenneth Cahill, David Clark. Lyie Codd, John Coultos, Walt Douglas, Don Dressier, John Eisenlohr, Kermit Eathorne, Les Fennema, Carl Fetter, Earl Foster, Jim French, Bill Goldberg, Bob Hagen, Dick Hanson, Don Harlow, Herb Hatch, Larry Hunger, Gordon John, James Jorgensen, Bob Kafer, Howard Komm, Tom Keiter, George Kent, James Kosbob. LyIe Louber. Charles Levenhagen, Bob Lowe. Jack Mollory, Jim McLean, Sutherland McGovern, Bill Meyers, George Mikalson, Bob Milroy, Walter Nelson, Robert Nichols, Jock Osterhout, Fred Powlison, Peter Reynolds, Sewoll Rice, Horry Robinson, Douglos Robinson, Sam Saksa, Frank Schoning, Bob Sheaffer, Charles Sherwood, Gordon Soriano, Max Steed, Bill Stein, Ernie Stone. Joe Tate, Bob Taylor, Bill Thompson, Dave Trager, Bob Tupper, Jim Vandenburg, Bill Watson, Dick Young, Glen Zemo, Eugene Not Pictured: Hjalmer Andersen, Edward Bohr, George Bayer. James Belote, William Belote, Mack Bockmon. Wes Carlson. Norman Corno- vales, Robert Cole, Frank Constantino. Marshall Dallas, Jay Follrich. Rodney Gibbs, Boody Gilbertson, Dorrell Gilliam, Alt Hemstad, Ernie Huff. Paul Hurd, Ray Huott, Bruce Jaton. Bob Kopoto, Dick King. Charles Krakovsky, James MacNichols, Bob McForland, Bob McLaughlin, Hank Melusky, Bob Moore, Alvtn Olson, Don O ' Neil. Frank Orrico. " Hugo Oswold, Richard Oswald, Dick Ottele, Walt Porlettl. Bob Swysgood. Dmitri Tadich, Jim Thompson, Leo Trask, Doug Vlckery, Tex Warren, Archie Wotson. Fred Wehde, Arnold Wetnmetster, Bill Works, Don Wold. John Zeger. ft Iff MM vflfisiiy Boei CLUB ORGANIZED ABOUT 1910 for the purpose of building up spirit and morale and cultivating the tradition of rowing, the Varsity Boat Club requires four quarters of rowing for eligibility. This year the Club revived its annual Varsity Boat Club Dance, an all-University affair, to give crew men a final pre-training fling. Not Pictured: Thomas J. Barto, Bernard Benthin, Robert Blon- cher, William J. Brooks, Charles C. May, Jr., Arne Madsen, Robert McFarlone, James Rhinehort, Paul Sexsmith, Jock Springate, V illiam Work. Thompson. David P. Commodore (President) Anderson, John Barr, Robert M. Bishop, Grant L. Boguch, Phil Bogue, Philip R. Borchgrevink, Phil Breidenboch. Anthony J. Brown, Charles H. Callow, Gordon Dehn, Donold H. Dresslar, John H. Gibson, Edward Giovanelli, Gordon S. Horrah, William F. Hoff, Virgil Hofto, Leslie C. Joost, William Kilner, Patrick Lamb, Leys W. Lee, Robert Ludwigs, Howard B. Lund, Philo McCarthy, Charles H. McGoldrick, Robert D. Mack, Donald R. Martin, Robert D. Mitchell, Fred W. Moriarity, Charles Mortenson, Arthur G. Murray, Theodore Nebergoll, John Pocock, Stanley R. Pulslfer, Doniel D. Runkel, Phil L. Simpson, Hunter W. Stiles, LeConie Toylor, Alan L. Trogden, William Tupper, James Walters. Bruce Wichmon, William Will, Robert I. uiofnfn ' s PHysicflL touceiioo club THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB is open +o all co-eds who are majoring or mlnorlng in physical education. Its pur- pose is to bind its members closer together in their social and professional interests. Not Pictured: Phyllis Fredrick, Lara Gallls, Margaret Goolsby, Beverly Humphreys, Norma Meighen, Moldo Oliver, Iris Porter, Mary Wheless, Margaret Wldmon. Trucano, Lucille President Ames, Mary Bemis, Mary Blackburn, Barbara Blots, Anita Boerjan, Virginio Bond. Rosemary Bosley, Anita Buck, Annette Burris, Edith Dexter. Helen Dickson, Olive Dostal, Nilva Treasurer Ewan, Norma Vice-President Flower, Lorraine Fonken, Lorraine Historian Jelleberg, Emma Karrosch. Pat Kerr. Nancy Mathson. Dorothy Mum, Shirley Nelson, M. Betty Ocker, Phyllis Peterson, Mary Pond, Lois Ryan, Lou Schwarck, Jacqueline Smith, E. Marjorie Sorenson, Beotrice Stanton, Margaret Strond, Betty Swanson, Doris Jean Taubman. Liza Tucker, Beverly Tucker, Shirley Waite, Betty Secretary Westlund, Vivion Wilkeson, Marion Williams. Eileen Craig. Kay President Jones. Madeline Secretary Lubersky. Lois Treasurer OttinI, Virginia Membership Bruce, Marilyn Activities Hoenshell, Audrey Standards Gresham. Bernio Beta Beacon Converse. Virginia Fireside Bennett, Lois Social Hill, Lillian Music Lynn, Betty " Lii " Chi President McFate, Joyce Chimes President Dement. Darlene Kappa President Milkie. Gladys Lambda President Whipple, Dori Sigma President Bruse. Louise Theta President McNeese, Agnes Zara Koda President THE " FAMOUS FOR FRIENDLINESS " Phratereans have a wonderful time living that motto. They love to make new friends and enjoy working together in numerous activities — social, sei-vice and scholastic. One peek into the Phrateres lounge in Clark hloll and one is aware of the pleasant, con- genial attitude that reigns. Not Pictured: Bonnie Wooidridge, vice-president; Marion Taice, historian; Judy Julin, membership; Dorothy Turpienen, cor pool; Lynn Schiffman, president Beta chapter. PHfiflifRfs council siGfiifl m im uu CHflPifRS SIGMA. FORMERLY SYLVAN, chapter members pride themselves In the group ' s welfare, fanfare, and food-fare, and wouldn ' t miss their traditional slumber(less) party. ZARA KODANS are eager to put all their effort and energy into planning and enjoying any sort of event. Their ski party this year was one they really enjoyed. Not Pictured: Sigma — Elsie Bucke, Alice Buerstatte, Marjeon Fuller, Phyllis Hilker, Priscllla Kessler, Peggy Moehring, Shirley Matheson. Arloha Shannon. Amelia Tschida, Leola Wood. Zara Koda — Dorothy Hamilton, Nan Norton, Nancy Peters, Jean Scott. SIGMA Bennett, Lois Bruce, Marilyn Flint. Shirley Foley, Shelia Henderson. Bobby Johnson, Glenna Keller, Eoline Lanich, Lucy McDougall, Doreen Menefee, Glenna Naismith, Zeta Nakashima, Sadko Nielsen, Norma Phillipson. Margaret Rowan, Lorita Uhrich. Josephine Voris. Margie Whipple. Dori ZARA KODA Chandler, Amy Hara. Amy Hill, Lillian Hirabayashi, Edna Kanda, Betty Miner, Doris McNeese, Agnes Suzuki, Fumi Zueff, Lydia Btie, IHEIfl, HflPPfl Of PHRflHRES BETA TUESDAY NIGHT MEETINGS were always enlivened by tales of ski glides and plans for roller skating, a Mother- Daughter banquet, a Bar-B-Que or other fascinating affairs. THETA women are " third-termers. " They won the scholarship cup again this yeor. They also enjoy sport, social or service affairs. KAPPA women ore the more sophisticated Phroter- eons who line up their social calendars with exchanges, date dances and dinner. They ore also good sportswomen. Not Pictured: Beto — Paf Gross, VIrginio Gier, Joanne Hunt, Moble McCowen, Peggy Miyoke, Lynn Schlffmon. Theta — Helen Evans, Dorothy Houpt, Judy Julin, Anna Mary Knighton, Pot Potterson, Jean Pedersen, Rachel Pugh, Charlotte RIech. Mary Sloan, Morion Tolce. Kappa — Betty Brood, Roberta Elford. Dorothy Ellert, Echo Elllngson, Betty Gorder, Beverly hHanna, Joanne Holt, Ingeborg Kvamme, Ruby Larson. Carol Smith. Jean Sperling, Sue Turner. Morjorie Weber. Morion Winkley. BETA Aokl. Betty Atkinson. Lorraine Broinord. Eldeon Easterly. Bonnie Gresham, Bernie Lawrence. Caroline Maski. Nevo McBeth. Betty Morgan. Charlotte Patterson, Dorothy Root, Doris Seism, Merry THETA Besango, Lorraine Bruse, Louise Clark, Elsie Craig, Kay Gongnes, Marie Gerger, Betty Jean Ideta, YukI Johnson, Joyce Lawyer, Mildred Lubersky, Lois Mansion, Pat Miller, Borboia Noss, Betty OttinI, Virginia RItter, Lauretta Russell. Barbara Sundberg, Violet Tamoye, Chizuko KAPPA Anderson, Ruth Bishop, Yvonne Borgstedt. Marian Burmaster, Ruthe Dement, Darlene DuSher, Corotyn Finkbelnder, Elsie Grlsm, Shirley Henna, Beverly Larsen, Betty Lee, Helene Lofgren, Betty Ann Madsen. Shirley Mlllerup, Vickey McCullom, Frances Niemi, Gertrude Soule, Pot Sutherland, Borbora Westin, Martha LfldlBDfl, Cfil, CHIfHES Of PHRflHRfS LAMBDA WOMEN PRIDE THEMSELVES in culinary ai-tistry. They are also sportswomen and lovely socialites who enjoy conjuring up unusual parties. Ch l women are famous as the " eatlngest " Phrateres and seem to hove no worry about fig- ure facts. Traditional with Chi-ites are the annual Christmas Toyland and moonlight hayride. ChllMES has always been a small group so the women really get to know each other. They enjoy bowling and bicycling or anything that keeps them busy. Not Pictured: Lambda — Eugenia Allen, Gloria Gray, Roberta Rapp, Carol Williamson. Chi — Doris Babbage, Jean Craw- ford, Wilma LIpperd, Dorothy Mootafes, Maida Oliver, Mary Robinson, Phyllis Templeman. Chimes — Joyce Burroughs, Faith Mitchell. LAMBDA Gambill, Marjorie Sirvella, Elene Knudson, Caroline Marquardt, Voni Milkie, Gladys Ondo, Virginia Ozerkoff, Irene Pond, Lois Sakonischi, Fudge Vowles, Jeanne CHI Barlow, Doreen Beckmeyer, Mary Ann Bergsogel, Clara Converse, Virginia Crocker, Helen Custer, Lois Gaston, Gloria Glenn, Joyce Harrington, Barbara Herdeck, Betty Hoenshell, Audrey Knapp, Lois Koopman, Betty Leber, Irene Lind, Betty Lind, Joan Lorenti, Ruth Lynn, Elizabeth Motsudo, Kotherine McLaughlin, Beverly Meyer, Virginia Swonson, Dorothy Jean Swift, Dixie Watson, Lucille Yandon, Mary Lou CHIMES Bockwoldt, Gloria Christian, Laurie Gracia, Jacqueline Harris, Lois McFote, Joyce Moon, Morforie Nelson, Pearl Soyce, Joy Small, Elaine Stevens, Marjory Turner, Joanne 317 flDfLPHI COUOCIL 1946 OfflCffiS Not Pictured: Glenn Rogge, Secretary; Larry Smith, Social Chairman. Jay Sullivan President Donald Shephord Vice-President Jack Gill Treasurer 1947 OfflCfflS Norman Swanson President Clayton Cook Vice-President Wes Frederick Secretary Jack Starkweather Treasurer Bob Foiling Social Chairman Stanley Jones Publicity Chairman ADELPHI HONORARY — First row: Donald Shepard, Henry Engman, Norman Swanson, Jay Sullivan, Cecil Bailey, Glenn Rogge. Second row; Jock Gill, Gene Erwin, Ray Wicks, Ted Christionsen. 318 GROWING SINCE 1913 as a federation of Inde- pendent men ' s clubs, Adelphi Is now a member of the National Independent Students ' Association, one of the largest student organizations in the United States. Organized to meet the need of central or- ganization for independent men, Adelphi offers to the unaffiliated student the opportunity for fellow- ship, group social experience, and ready access to the extra-curricular activity of the campus. Men chosen to Adelphi honorary have shown an outstanding interest in furthering the aims and ideals of the organization. flDELPfil SUB-CfiBPKliS DO Not Pictured: Raymond Barney, Jack Boyd, Robert Bulter, Clif- ford Evans, David Fenton, Willie Kati. Rodman Miller, L. Mitchell. Paul Munson, Carroll Pleasance, Fred Ravens. Glenn Rogge, Robert Senn. Frank Shannon, Rodger Shepard. Gordon Smith. Douglas Swan, Wlllord Swindlehurst. Swanson, Norman President Fall Quarter Falling. Robert President Winter Quarter Minor, Anthony President Spring Quarter Cook, Clayton Cottlngham, Robert W. Dunlap. Gerry Erwin, Eugene Gill. Jock Hazlmlhalls, John Jones, Stanley Shepard. James D. Sullivan, Joy Wicks, Raymond LOS LOBOS Not Pictured: Cecil Bailey, Theodore Chrlstensen, Robert Chris- topher, Dave Dixon, Barnard Fitipotrlck, James Hawthorn, George Jackson, Thomas Kronldas, Allen Kretzler, Thomas Mansfield, Duane Nev comb, Keith Parker, Robert Richey, Dante Santos. Sayce, Clyde President Fall and Winter Quarters Acheson, Duane B. President Spring Quorter Cottlngham, Rodney R. Carlson, Earl Frederick, Wesley G. Gorin, Andre Orosa, Jose R. Sander, Lewis C. Starkweather, Jack Wickstrom, Roy M. Wilson, Charles G. ODfPfllDEflT UJOfUffl ' S flSSOCIflTIOn ALL INDEPENDENT RESIDENCE GROUPS are coordinated into the Independent Women ' s Association. Associate member- ship is provided in independent houses tor women who do not live in the houses. Not Pictured: Sigrid Carlson, president, IWA, winter quarter: Mary Maletis, social chairman; Katherine Stimmel, president, Harborview hiall. McNeill, Dareljean President Borton, Joanne Austin Hall Pres. Brown, Delores Assoc. Membership Chr Dickson, Janice Standards Chr. Draham, Vicky Publicity Chr. Fulloger, Alice Scholarship Chr. Hansen, Margery Leary Hall Pres. Ing, Elizabeth Synadelphic Pres. Johnson, Phyllis Women ' s U.C.U. Pres. Montgomery, Joyce Rofcre Hall Pres. Mueller, Donna Vice-President Nilson, Anita Blaine Hall Pres. Smith, Betty Hix Treasurer of I.W.A. Swalling, Rosalind Secretary of I.W.A. West, Peggy McKee Hall Pres. 320 Sidebofham, Esther President Fancher. Muriel Vice-President Rickett, Mabel Recording Secretary Cressmon, Lydia Treasurer SORORIA WAS ORGANIZED at the University of Wash- ington in 1910 to bring together mature women students, both married and unmarried, enrolled for either graduate or undergraduate studies. Its purpose is to promote friend- ship and mutual interests, both academic and social. Not Pictured: June Bass, corresponding secretary; Alice Baumgardner, Marion Benedict, Mory Cohill, Mary Cavonough. Mary Choppel, Phyllis Choiniere, Neita Clarke, Mary Dirlom, Myrtle Edwards, Ruth Dodge, Edith Gordon, Gertrude Hoight, Elna Harling, Eileen Herridge, Mary Gladys Rydberg. Myrtle Richards, Mildred Storey, Maud West, Mabel Weston, Mildred Wheatley. Helen Zundel. SOfiORIfl DELie M FOUNDED IN 1945, Delta Mu is a social organization whose membership is composed of active and majority members of Job ' s Daughters who are enrolled in the University. There are now four chapters. Not Pictured: Jean Carmichael, Dorothy Hamilton, Frances Anne Jones, Fannie Simonton. Holm, Betty President Anderson, Geroldine Borrett, Betty Barrett, June Bottaglia, Charlotte Bonlie, Joyce Cline. R ' Neto Hordow, Frances Haylette. Kenethia Holtorp, Alberta Koopman, Elizabeth McCullough, Mary Myers, Marjorie Newham, Beverly Polmer, Marjorie Reindel, Grace Schuh, Mortha Jane Smith, Donalee Watson, Lucille w Sk f Maddux. Fred W. President Alger, Robert E. Anand. Satlsh A. Gibson, Mary T. Kalk, M.LoVelle Lind, Betty L. Secretary Mogowan. Donold R. McElroy. William Meyers, Bruce Schneider, Patricia Smith, Patricio Summers, Charles Wesche, Armand WASHINGTON ' S FLYING CLUB was organized In July, 1945. Its chief purpose is to provide inexpensive flying time and more convenient means for plane enthusiasts to learn to fly. Not Pictured: Robert Anderson, J. T. Barnaby, -faculty advisor; Dovid G. Binns, C. Harper Borland, William J. Byrne, T. F. Carter, Wanita Carter, Clark Colony, treosurer; Colin Condit, Robert W. Denker, David J. Gabbert, W. H. Holmes, Randy Johnston, Robert Joppa, Bruce L. Morrow, Dona M. Owens. T. Howard Peters, Burke Ray, William Wille- min. Harlan Winkler. UJIflG flOD RUDDfR fiyiOG CLUB, inc. uoivEfisiiy icf syiioG club MEN AND WOMEN interested in skating and learning to dance on ice are members of the University Ice Skating Club. They enjoy informal get-togethers and learn fundomentals of the art from a professional instructor. Not Pictured: Howard Amende. Jock Bartlett. Penny Baylis, Willord Baylis. W. Belzer, Lloyd Benson, Ruth Bruun, Jeanette Burr, Jack Copell. Muriel Coudell. Jean Chapman, Harvey Christiansen, vice-president; Pot Collins. Edith Creety, Clifton Donovan, Martha Espeland. Arthur Gorhom. Francis Greene. Peggy Hayland. Edgar M. Harwood. sponsor; Foul John- son, Connie Kane, Pot Kels ey, Hardy Kochron, Dwayne Langland. Dave Larson, Barbara Layman, R. J. Lindstrom, L. W. Logan, Marion J. Malloy, Dorothy Moloney. Neva Maski, Thelma Modisett, Earl Morris, Betty Nelson. Doris Nelson, Helgo Jean Newell, Evelyn Nierodzih. Rita Oder- mot. Yolanda Oderm.at. Floyd Oliver, Richard Owens. Phyllis Peterson, Howard Powell, Tom Powell, Stan Riddle, Ralph Root, Beth Roth, Stanley Smith, Regino Shiffman, Norma Stanton, Ralph Stenberg, Vernon Sten- berg, Louise Thorkelson, Jean Trout, Mary Ann Valentine, Vivian Vaughn, Pauline Wicks, Lou Witte, Sue Witte, Priscilla Witte. Schurmon, Virginia President Norrls, Dorothy Secretory 322 SPIHfO SHOf CLUB AFTER A LAPSE OF SEVERAL YEARS the Spiked Shoe Club has been revived as a social organization for men of the track realm. Men who have actively participated either as a member of the track squad or as a track manager are chosen by the active members to join the group. Not Pictured: John Burney, Darrell Gilliam, Don Wold. McLean, Sutherland President Bannick, Bill Bell, Jerry Bigelow, Richard Clark, Lyie Fetter, Earl Kent, Jim Louber, Charles Lavender, Denis Peter McCann, Dick MacDonald, William Melrose, Roger Peterson, Frank Reynolds, Sewoli Steed, William 323 Snider, Horold President Brown, Wesley Clark, Donald Covey, Gerald Dickson. James Diers, Poul Forbes, Howard Isominger, Philip Llndgren. S. Mylo Secretary-Treasurer McGuinn, Joseph Slater, William Venn-Watson, John Vice-President Villeneuve, George Waldo, Robert ALPHA KAPPA PSI Is a national professional fraternity for men In commerce. Membership is by Invitation and election Is by the active chapter of men who have shown Interest and promise In commerce, accounting and finance. PROPtLLtfi CLUB Not Pictured: Richard Baker, Harold Bowers, Raymond Foun- tain, Daniel Smith, Joseph Smith, Gilbert Thomas. OLPHfl HflPPfl PS PROPELLER CLUB Is a nation-wide organization, with branches In seaport cities and In major universities. Students concerned with various phases of transportation seek mem- bership in the local " port. " Not Pictured: Charles Burr, George hlood, T. William Mc- Laughlin. Donald Moore, Randy Marshall, George Nels- wanger, Mory Jane Sherry, James Watson. Sullivan, Dennis President Albert, Douglas Bean, Don Brown, Betty Lee Vice-President Cook, Baibara Halbert, Alfred Hansen, Joan Humphrey, John Kolk, LaVelle Secretory-Treasurer Kennedy, John Logan, Lelond Manchester, Jody Minor, Mary K. Nelson, Kenneth Osterhout, Fred Powllson. Peter Sorensen, Roger Wilson, Louis Witte, Kenneth Pfifi nnifl ENCOURAGING FOREIGN TRADE and promoting Inier- nationol friendship ore the aims of Pan Xenla, a professional fraternity for men Interested in world trade. Membership is open to junior and senior men who hove on accumulative grade average of 3.00. Not Pictured: Robert Broxton, L. C. Hegranes, Prof. J. Rich- ard hHuber, John Kimmel, Harry Kirwin, Prof. Leonard G. Mathey, hiaakon F. Wyrwang. Prof. Macey M. Skinner, Fac- ulty Advisor; C. S. Sheldon, International Secretary; Caslmer J. Pomionak. Prof. Charles J. Miller, John Theodore, Ralph E. Thompson, J. Albert Walderhoug, W. P. Zera+sky. Brislawn, C. D. President Barnett, Clarence Berfrand, Joseph Foley, Arthur W. Forsgren, Bob French, William i Gonzalez, William N. hHalbert, Alfred A. Honey, Jack Holmes, Gerald P. Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Melvin T. Kosher, Bernard Knowles, George Libermon, Sigmund Lockwood. C. James Social Chairman O ' Toole, Joseph Piper, Dennis M. Vice-President Strege, William H. Sullivan. Joseph A. 325 Bfie ALPHA PS THE ACHIEVEMENT OF MEMBERSHIP to Beta Alpha PsI requires several prerequisites. Men aspiring for the national accounting honorary must be upperclossmen with twenty credits and a 3.0 grade point In accounting subjects, hove an accumulative grade point average of 2.5, and take a four- hour written examination. Not Pictured: Robert Allen. Elmer Boumgartner, Willord Cheley, Leonard Dirks, John Grim, Mason Jones, Walter Kelso, Ben Lynch, David McLean, Julius Roller, permanent vice-president; William Sofestrom, John Sosser, Robert Shan- non, Charles Willigms. Godar, Donald Thomas President Adklsson, William Bengston, Clarence Boguch, Phil Britten, John Ells, Bryce Fisher, James Forsgren, Robert Gorans, Gerald Secretary -Treasurer Jacobson, Norman Jensen, Gerald Klepoch, Michael Lindgren, Sidney Pierce, Jean Rambeck, LeRoy Vice-President SincocU, Frank Smith. Norman Smith, William Sterling, William Vadman. Warren Woodard. Walter 326 Manchester. Jody President Anton. Clara Mae Brislon. Neil Brown, Betty Covey, Gerald Dawes, Shirley Ann Godor. Don Treasurer Motson. Ruth Secretary Pierce, Gene Vice-President Provin. Charlotte Schmidt. Lois Steinburg, Sheldon ;r5s - THE E AND B COUNCIL acts as a coordinating organization for Economics and Business faculty and students. Membership consists of representatives of E and B honoraries and activity groups. Not Pictured: Fred Feldman, Rhodo Roasch, Dr. Mothey, advisor. fCOflOflllCS S BUSIflfSS COUOCIL flfllfflOOIISOC CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING students are members of Ammonil Socii, a social and professional organization for men. New members are chosen by the mem- bership from sophomores and juniors in these departments. Not Pictured: Lynn Austin, Don Bartholomew, Ted Beck, Kermit Bengston, Ted Bierlein, Dick Brooks, J. A. Buckham, R. Ball, W. Benson, J. D. Christen, Zone Carey. Dewy Curtis, Horry Dunlop, Bob Evans, Eugent Franz, Floyd Fry, Ed Dalbey. Jack Daniel, Don Granquist, Spencer Greaves, R. Spencer Hogg, R. K. Hllliard, J. B. Heitmon, Ralph Jentaft, . R. Josney, Britt Kellogg, Bob King, Ken Koe, Paul Jensen, Russell Laustsen, L. A. Lund- berg, Jim Leeds, Harvey Moshinter, Treasurer; A. P. Miller, J. C. McGrew, Bob Means, Larry McEwen, Jim Mothies, J. Minor, John Mason, Russell Nelson, Arnold Nielsen, R. B. Nolte, Frank Owen, Cowell Oberg, Arnold Olson, Daniel Pastell, Don Pearson, Don Peters. N. H. Pedersen, Floyd Oliver, Al Purvis, Ston Pelon, Vance Reeves, Don Rippey, Bill Run- dali. Hall Rogge, Gibson Rohrbock. Soil Rogers. Tom Secrest, Gordon Shuck. Boyd Snyder, Secretary; Floyd Svensson, Chi Sze, Tom Tupper. Ernest Wenkert, David Whyte, L. Wilcox, Lloyd Witter, W. Walmsley, Frank Young. Drowley, Dempster President Ferguson, Alan Vice-President 327 fiLPfifl otLie siGfUfl " ADVERTISING AS A PROFESSION ' is the key-word for membership Into Alpha Delta Sigma, men ' s not-jonal honorary in advertising. Membership is by invitation of active members to men who have shown promise in the advertising field. Not Pictured: Stondlsh. Bill Donley, Bill Holmes. Frank Horsley. Ken Lauber. Charles President Appelo, Carlton Vice-President Bengtson. Carl Combs. Paul Evans, Garry Ferriss. Honk Groce. Bob Hall. George Hegg, Sterling Kraft. Don McConn. Dick Treasurer McMohill, Conrad Newman, Fred Secretary Olson. Foike Oseran. Henry Ross, Bob Sethre, Bob Von Rooy. Russ Webber, John V elch. Frank Winikoff. Sol 328 Schi ' oeder, Gene. President Anderson. Larry Boynton, George Fader, Will Funk. Wallie Gilbert. Joe Martin, Vince Page, Don Van Brunt. Norman Welch, Frank Winikoff, Sol. Treasurer Zimmerman, Hal, Vice-President MEMBERS of this national professional organization for men ' hove shown ability In journalism and have particular Interest In the editorial side. Election by the active chapter Is based on scholarship, attainment and prospects for the future. SIGHfl DfLie CHI Not Pictured; Gib Austin. Bill Botes. Bert Cross, Jock Greenewold, Joe KloGS, Harvey Long, Shelley Mark, Glenn McDougoll, secretory; Fronk Rogers. Jock Ryan, George Selvidge. Lloyd Stockhouse, Forrest Williams. WOMEN with a professional interest in journalism are chosen by the active chapter. Those who are outstanding in the jour- nalism field with a 3.00 and ore likely to continue in that success ore eligible for membership into this national organization. IfiflflSIGfUfl PH j r% rvN.. _ ,. ?L.. «lrv il ' L. ' k y Rosenthal, Dorothy, President Cava. Gloria Harmer. Ardy Harris, Robin Hart, Dorothy Jorqenson, Horrlet Krohn, Barbara Ma+his, Marilyn Murdock. Carol Pon, Valeen Seidelhuber. Gladys 329 GfllUdlfl OLPHfl CH MEMBERS OF GAMMA ALPHA CHI, a national advertising fraternity for women, must hove at least a 2.5 grade overage. Undergraduates who plan to follow the advertising or merchan- dising field must have the unanimous approval of the active chapter for pledging. Not Pictured: Maude Frischknecht. Martin. Phyllis. President Abbott. Margaret Anderson, Pauline, Treasurer Bruce. Betty, Vice-President Halter, Connie Jones, Madeline Jones, Patricia Mathis, Marilyn Morgan. Patricia Rosenthal. Dorothy Roth, Marilyn Simmons, Shirley Simpson. Bette Swonson. Eleanor VonDyke. Rosemary Worley. Roberta 330 Dunlop, Hairy President Nelson. Russell Vice-President Leeds, James Secretary THE STUDENT BRANCH of the American Institute of Cfiemlcol Engineers Is a professional society for students in chemical engineering. The organization provides on outline of the type of work which members will be doing in their field. Students join the porent organization upon graduation. Not Pictured: D. Bartholomew, T. Beck, J. Craven, A. Every, A. Merrill, A. P. Miller, Phil Nelson, Jack Newlond, D. R. Rlppey, W. J. Rundall, Treasurer; R. Schlnman, Tom Secrest, T. Shepard, A. T. Taylor, E. Thykeson. flfiiERicflo ifisiiiuif Of CHffiiicflL tnciiiffes itfiicfln socifiy of mtcHfloicfiL fneinm TO PROMOTE A PROFESSIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS and fellowship among the members Is the chief concern of the national organization of mechanical engineers. A knowledge of the theory of mechanical engineering and the proper per- spective of engineering work Is advanced. Not Pictured: Seniors — Bill Alllnghom. Stanley Bryant, Robert L. Carlson. William Clumpner, Clayton Crane, Roy Craw-ford, Tad Fujioka, Gale Gregg, Charles Grotz. Richard Hadley, Russell Heocox, Ray hiinea, Jr., Lawrence Hoffman, Richard Holt, George Hosack, Horry Jockson, W. E. Meneley, F. S. Mercler. Jr., Lorenz Miller, Norman Nelson, Edword Relncke, Eugene Richards. Edward Robertson. Robert Ross, Perry Scor- latos, James Scott, Thomas Smyth, Fred Thorn, Curtis Tlbbals, Gilbert Toner, Ray Whelon, Francis Wimberly. Honer Wlndes. Juniors — Jerry Z. Adams, Howard M. Angell, Jr., Morris Beckmeyer, Lloyd Belz, John Bertram, Harold Broomell, Elmore Buringrud, William Choppell, Douglas Christenson, Richard L. Eberharter, William French, David Fry, William Hanot, Gerald Harlow, George Harrison, L. A. Hopkins, Jr., Bruce Ihner, Cecil Johnson, Stanley Jorgenson, Robert Kasper, Henry Kuhl- man, William Lawrence. John Lindstrom, Rolf Lux, Jim MacNichols, Clinton McMohan, Frederic Marsh, David C. Mitchell, James Nash, Williom Nero, J. T. Norgard, Ernest O ' Gieblyn, George Ponek. Robert Sampson, Bjorne Syltebo, Ritchie Tilson, Wilton Whisler, Burton Wlllloms. Sophomores — Stanley Brett, Benjamin Browne, Douglass Carr, William Davis, Henry De Jong, Alien Dempsey, Henry Dennison, Raymond Dixon, Robert Eschboch, Parley Hemming. Rodney Hermon, Ross Kuslan. Lorry Leonard, John Mayberg, Ellis Schcrenberg, Robert Sill, William Stauffer, Jomes Watson, Deryl L. Wright. Freshmen — Glenn R. Berry, Richard Stoops, Glen Wilson. Graduotes — Donald Anderson, James L. Humphrey, Robert C. Humphrey. Harry LIndwell. Kenneth Kack. Honorary Chair- man — Richard W. Grain. Sr. Decker, Kenneth Chairman Anderson, Daniel Anderson, Rei Bauer. Thomas Brewster, Harry Cornwall, Burton Dean. Russell Elder, Ernest Erlckson. Harold Frost, Arthur, Jr. Kraft, Howard Lorenti. Robert Mangold, Henry. Jr. Secretary-Treasurer Mauldin, Charles Myers. Wendell. Jr Neslin. Milan Newman, Porter Pollard, David Pfestrud. Kenneth Proctor, William Sharkey, EHis. Jr. Steele, Don Stewart, Warren Towne, Robert Tydeman, S. F. Wallstrom. Iloyd LflfllBDfl liflPPe SIGdlfl LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA, national professional and social orgonlza+ion for women Pharmocy majors, has the two-fold purpose of creating friendliness and good feeling among women pharmacy students and promoting the place of women In the field of pharmacy. Not Pictured: Evelyn Leyman Benson. Eileen Boyce, Jo Anne East, Helena Forrell. Edwards, tna L. President Arps, Joan SecretarY Berg, Chorlond Dehner, Marianne Hammarlund, Jean Hansen, Kathleen Lisman, Shirley Ludwig, Ruth M. McDanlels. Mory McDougall, Doreen Makinson, Emmylou Mortin, Marilyn Treasurer Neubouer, Virginia Nielsen, Norma Scribe Nygreen, Ruth Osborne, Louise Porks, Morgaret Sasser, Beverly Vice-President Swalling, Rosalind Worchol, Bernice 332 I ALL MAJORS IN THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY who have paid a $1.00 fee are members of the Pharmacy Association. The club functions as a social organization to better acquaint students with each other and the activities of the club and university. L Not Pictured: Earl Acker, Norman Alger, Rabert Arrigoni. Howard Bates. Evelyn Benson, Raymond Bottom, Eileen Boyce, Bertha Chinn, Ted Chris- tensen, Ramona Clerk, John Curry, Lyie Doue. George Dolrymple. Jim Damascus. Ralph Deacon, Warren Devereaux. Edward Dlltz, James Faber. Helena Farrell. Russell Flexer, Drummond Foster, George GagllordI, John Gell, Alvln Hagg, Arnold Hospert, George Hlnshaw, Fred Hirschel. G. Robert Hougan, Earl Hoveland, R. Blake Huttula, Dove Irvine. Robert Kelly, Sherwin Lask. Morjorie McManus. Paul Mickens, Dean Mills, Ralph MIze, Marguerite Munn, Elno Nelson, Ben NInomlya, Marvin Norman, David Palmer, James Parsons, Jomes Payne, Jack Reed. William Roth. Steve Saqmlller, Richard Scheel, Kenneth Shoffer, A. Virginia Singleton. Jock Slosor, Froncis Sly, John Stanlch, Theodore Tanlguchi, Alfred Theil, Richard Therlault, Richard Thompson, Gordon Tjerne, Thomas Tougaw, Keith Van Krevelen, Kenneth Ward, Theodore West, Ralph White, Harry Zutofern. Meliner. Harry President Arps. Joan Asmussen, Robert Berg, Charland Browne, Paul Chose. Jomes Cleosley. Gilbert Cooper, Barbara Day, Edwin Dehner, Marianne Edwords, Ino Froter. John Goodwin, Walter Gossmon, Hugh Hall, William Hommarlund, Jean Hansen, Kathleen Jenkins. Kenneth Kotterman, Don Lemon, Lois Long, Allen Ludwig, David Lusk, Robert LyIe, Ron McDaniels. Mary McDouqoll, E. Doreen McLaughlin. Beverly Moklnson. Emmy Lou Mortln, Marilyn Nalsmith, Zeto Nokashima, Sadako Nelson. Lew Roe Neubouer, Virginia Newkirk, Dorothy Nielson, Norma Nygreen, Ruth Parks. Margaret Poshek, Donna Peckenpough, John Phlllipson. Margaret Pobst, Olive Sasser. Beverly Shlgoyo. Mary Sowders, Robert Swatllng. Rosolind Swanson. J. Norman Tonoc, Robert Thai, Sanford Worchol. Bernlce Stimme l. Catherine President Moffatt, Margaret Vice-President Leggat, Doris Secretory LeGro, Be Nito Treasurer FOUNDED AT HARBORVIEW HALL in 1931, the organ- ization is designed to promote self-government, social devel- opment and good fellowship among student nurses at Har- borview Hospital. Membership includes all students at the Hall. OUfiSfS ' CLUB HBRBORVitUJ HALL ALL WOMEN MAJORING IN NURSING who have paid their annual dues ore eligible for membership in the Nurses ' Club. As a professional and social organization, the club brings those having similar interests together for discussion and for recreational purposes. Not Pictured: Claudia Williams, treasurer. Louner, Phyllis President Johnson, Meryl Vice-President Ross, Shirley Secretary 334 Benson, Virginia Vice-President Bogart, Virginia Sophomore Rep. Bratcres, Mildred Membership Cowell. Alice Publicity Hamilton. Beth Treasurer Hughes, Marion Junior Rep. Johnson, Margaret Social Legg, Mary Junior Rep. Poolton, Martha Freshman Rep. Pritchard, Frances Bulletin Board Rosenoff, Norma Lou President Whitman, Lillian Food THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB encourages fnendship among students and faculty of the Home Economics depoi ' t- ment. It is a social and professional organization for majors. Not Pictured: Esther Belllnota, Zyndell Berliner, Dorothy Boyer, Betty Brewer, Senior representative: Alice Buerstatte, Vicky Corros, Borboro Chandler, Sophomore representative: Janet Corlett, Kathryn Cummins, Jane Daniel, Alice Douglas, Nancy Fredrich, Barbara Garlinghouse, Jacqueline Gracic, Amanda Guerro, Gladys Gustatson, Ruth Heiden- reich, Kathryn Henriot. Margaret Jameson, Simone Johnson, Virginia Kienholz, Rosamond Loftin, June Lagerquist, Helen Lakie, Anna Larson, Aase Loe, Louise Lotzker, Senior representative: Betty Lofgren, Roseanne Mladenich, Alto Nicholas, Florita Oien, Marie Pugsley, Doris Root, Doroty Sides, Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Walker, Lorraine Weber. UM fCOflOflllCS CLUB ETfl Pill tifl WOMEN TALENTED IN SPEECH ARTS comprise the mem- bership of Ze+Q Phi Eta, Members ore chosen for this profes- sional fraternity who have the unanimous vote of the chapter, hove been recommended by Speech and Drama faculty, and have sophomore standing. Not Pictured: Ogoenio Calkins. Mary Corklns, Ann Davis, Gloria Geisert, Joan hlockman, Joyce hHutsell, Daphne Nelson. Betty Slater. Dorothy Spellman, Betty Jane Stanley, Patricio Lee Swezeo. Scott. Shirley President Finch, Dorothy Hill. Shirley Leary. Pot Lindsay. Iris Muhs, Ann Nudleman, Lucy Powell, Patricio Stieglitz. Joanna Secretary Swanson, Dorothy Walker, Janet Treasurer Wing, Freda 335 PHI mU Bflfllfllfi MEMBERS OF PHI MU GAMMA are chosen by unanimous vote of active members from women with sophomore stand- ing, enrolled in drama, art, and music. It Is a national organ- ization of women in fine arts and Is composed principally of women who have worked on or played in two major theater productions on the Washington campus. Not Pictured: Marie Blanc, Elinor Glynn, Felicia Hague, Alice Skellenger, President; Betfl Tibert, Mardette Turner. Brown, Vivian Dickinson, Mary Lou Hillock, Virginio Hobi, Catherine Howell, Jean Mclntyre, Jon Vice-President Playford, Dorothy Secretary Ryan, Morilyn Treasurer Ryan, Patricia Senn, Margie 336 fiUSSiy CLUB THE OBJECT OF THE UNIVERSITY ' S RUSSIAN CLUB is the study of the Russian language and culture. To that end their programs included Russian speakers, folk music, Russian con- versation and the presentation of Imported Russian films. The annual Christmas feast featured pirojkl, goolich and vatroo- shka that delighted connoisseurs of foreign food. Not Pictured: William Austin, North Burn, Al Cornerman, vice-president; Billie Carter, Theodore Carter, Mike Daniloff. Clay Dawson, Lenore Dickson, M. J. Dole, Olga Forafontoff, Tonya Faratontoff, Jockie Fuller, J. F. Goodsell, John hHendron, Gene Ivanovsky, Jean Knox, Luba Koor, George Lipin. Leslie Longwell, Stewart Maclnnis, treosurer; Les Mac- intosh, Miia Ozeroff, Vera Pichachy, Lucille Schwartzmann, Micho Schwoi-tzmonn, Virginia Schurman, Fred Swearingen, Glenn Thompson, Alex Tulentseff, Helen Twardowskl, Howard Westgard, Vladimir Zach- ai ' enko. Thompson, Phyllis President Angeloff, Ellen Cordell, Pauline Ifland, Miriom Kati, Dorothy Roberts, Dorothy Schilaty, Helen Timmins, Emily Wotson, Lucille Woolfson, Sylvia 337 Holbort. Alfred President Boxter, Patricia Blaufelt, Edith Treasurer Brown, Betty Lee Browne, Janet Carleton, Barbara Clark, Kay Cordell, Pauline Cutler, Jane Katz. Dorothy Klarich. Dorothy Secretary Leese, Gerrie McPherson. Mary Notos, Mary Owen, Barbara Schulti, William Schurman. Virginia Simmons. Shirley Woolfson. Sylvia HOLDING FORUMS ON FAR EASTERN PROBLEMS, Pi Alpha, one of the youngest honororles on campus, brings together those who have a sincere interest in Korea, China, India, Russia and Southeastern Asia. The club features guest speakers who ore noted authorities on problems of the Pacific. Not Pictured: Margery Anneberg, Barbara Beddow, Robert Bishop, D. W. Blankenbaker, Louise Boynton, Kenneth Campen. Mitchell Dcniloss Dorothy Dung, Eugene Foy, Thomos Koosa, Fronk Klerman, John Morton, Marjorle Ota, John Pate, Annette Powell. John Powers, vice-president; Stanley Spector, C. E. Twedell, Edward Watson, Donold Willis. fOBtSI CLUB PIBLPHfl TO FURTHER THE INTEREST OF FORESTRY is the chief purpose of the Forest Club. This professional organization has an active campaign to stimulate awareness of forestry in the University of Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Seniors Not Pictured: John W. Allen, R. E. Anderson, Kip Aslin, Ben S. Bryant, William H. Daudlstel, Charles R. Dederick, J. W. Foresman, R. R. Fried, Hordin Glascock, Warren N. Hoyner, R. B. Heikel, C. Mont- gomery Johnson, Nick Juliono, Clyde Kalahan, C. C. KIrkwood, Roger Melrose, Ray Munson, F. W. Newell, W. Nishitoni, W. D. Page, D. W. Smith, R. F. Smith, Jack Todd, William P. Walder, Al Warren, C R. Webber, T. R. Yedllck. Torheim, Robert President Powell, Robert Secretory-Treasurer Grossley, Edward Senior Rep. Executive Council Avery. Robert Sophomore Rep. Exec. Coun. Scott, Robert Freshman Rep. Exec. Coun. 338 Llddle, Alan President Lovett, Wendell Secretary-Treasurer Craggs, Fred Fey, David Knoff. Joan Kolb, Keith Whitney. Richord TAU SIGMA DELTA is the national architecture honorary whose members are elected from the junior and senior classes on a basis of high scholarship and excellence in architectural design. Not Pictured: Scott Lyons. TflU SIGHfl DfLIfl CflfUPUS RtLlGIOUS COUflClL THIS COUNCIL, comprised of representatives of all campus religious organizations, coordinates the activities of the groups and promotes the religious interests of university students. Not Pictured: Fred Ballantlne, Unitarian; George Burdick, Westminster; George Dvorak, Pilgrim; Maribeth Eden, Pil- grim; Bill Gore, Wesley; Sylvia Lushbough, advisor; Jordan Smith, Newman; Dove Swift, Newman; Deryl Wood, Roger Williams. Adams. Phyllis, Westminster Brendon, John, YMCA Dean. Earl. Wesley Eng. Lincoln. Canterbury. Vice-President Friederich. Nancy. Canterbury Hagen, Ann, YWCA Heitimann. Joanne. Roger Williams Jackson, Audrey. Phi Zeta Jameson. Margaret. Westminster Lindwall, Carl. YMCA Loeb, Erica, Hillel Love. Alberta. Friends Center Manning. Glenno. Pilgrim Mothson. Dorothy, Wesley, Pres. Mickelson. Betsy. YWCA Moore, Margaret, Phi Zeto Sameth, Emily, Hillel, Treasurer Secrest, Tom, YMCA Tibbs, Daisy, Friends Center, Secretary Jackson, Audrey President Barlow, Doreen Calhoun, Jay Crawford. Jean Davids, Jean Erwin, Eugene Flory, Jim Goddard. Shirley Treasurer Larsen, Jack Moore, Margaret Vice-President Robison. Phyllis Schwarck, Jackie Stensrud, Russell K. Towner, William C. Woldron. Wilma Wolfe, Marilyn PHI ZETA, a student organization at the University Christian Church, provides a program of worship, study, social action, recreation, and fellowship with the aim of building Christian character and coordinating the social and religious aspects of student life. Not Pictured: Bentley Altlzer, Joan Ashby, Philip Blakney, John Chittenden, Eugene Colllos, Bob Gleln, Thelma Jose, Arllne Keene, Colleen Kohler, Elmer Lindseth, Dorothy Mayo, Marian McDonald, Den Mertz. Helen Morris, Roger Patterson, Glen Perry, Doug PIggoft, Don Rolstad, Eudoro Rontz, Patricia Rathbone, secretary; Vance Rogers, Lloyd Routt. Cameron Schuiz, Grant Stone, hiarry Stofsenberg, Nancy Tweedy. yppfl PH PHI Zflfl KAPPA PHI is a religious oi-ganizatlon open to all women Methodist students. Emphasis is also placed on social and cul- tural aspects and the group maintains an active interest in campus activities. Not Pictured: Barbara Allen, Beverly Anderson, Nanna Antonsen, Lorraine Atkinson, Winitred Bolsiger, Betty Beordsley, Borboro Betz, Viola Brown. Bonito Buchanan, Sylvia Cose, Joan Campbell, Marqurite Davis, Dorcas Finn, Joan Fischer, Ruthe Francis. Guela Goyton, Kathleen Geoghegon. Borboro Gladfelter, Norma Govan, June Handelond, Morion Harris, Morjory Hay- nor, Cecllle Holloway. Betty Hotchkin, Mory Lou Johnson, Simone Johnson. Joan Libbey, Viola Maylott, Genevieve Michel, Grace Moats, Beverly Newham, Genevieve Oestrich, Lowene Olson, Carol Pearson, Joy Pierson, Vera Reebs, Grace Reindel, Jeanne Reinelt, Nolo Rhoodes, Morjory Rorrison, Normo Lou Rosenoft, Mary Scott, LoVonno Snider, Ida Grace Stephens, Betty Stevenson, June Strote, Esther Stone, Mary Pot Stover, Florence Strode, June Sutherland, Dixie Swift, Beverly Troutmon, Jeon Von Laninghom, Cloudio Williams, Dorothy Wilson. Williams, Doris, President Morris, Martha, Corresponding Sec ' y Beti, Betty, Recording Secretary Johnson, Virginia, Treasurer 340 Same+h, Emily President, winter quarter ' 47 Friedman, Stanley President, spring and fall qauter ' 46 and 47 Mohrer, Hilde Secretary Morton, Sylvia Treasurer Dubson, Lillian Friedman, Merilyn Ifland, Miriam Israel, Norman Loeb, Erica Pollitz. Gerd Quint, Richord Rogel, Joe Schworti, Eugene Weil. Dorothy Woolfe, Iris HILLEL FOUNDATION attempts to make Jewish religious and cultural values vital and relevant for the college student. Sabbath eve services conducted by students, social affairs, Wednesday luncheon clubs, lectures and discussions are some activities of the year. Not Pictured: Sol Blrulln, Perry Frumkin, George HIrschorn, Gal! Hurwitz, Menashe Israel, Joyce Lighter. Michael Lud- mer, Denlse Miller, Morion RIvkin, Thomas Rodrique, Frances Schwartz, Sara Schmulman, Shirley Sllffmon, Shirley Stern- man, Richard Wlllner. HiLLtL founofliion siGnifi Eie CH WOMEN STUDENTS OFTHE CONGREGATIONAL Church are Invited to join Sigma Eta Chi. As a social as well as a religious sorority the members become on integral part of campus religious activities. Not Pictured: Ruth Marie Carlson, Maribeth Eaden, Frances George, Pat Sweazea. « Exley. Roberta President Blair. Barbaro Bahlkow, Eleanor Brown. Mary Ann Davies, Polly Forsell, Mary Jo Harti. Jo Holderby, Pat Moon, Marjorie Oliver, Carol Simon, Dorothy Vowles, Jeanne Woods, Leolo CHfiisiiflfi scifucf ORGenizfliiofi ' To unite the Christian Scientists within the University in closer bonds of Christian fellowship . . . " IN THESE WORDS is given the first purpose of the Christian Science Organization at the University of Washington. To those looking forward to the adventure of attending the University, and who are students of Christian Science, these " closer bonds of Christian fellowship " give promise of richer experiences and greater accomplishments. The Christian Science Organization at the University is authorized by Article 23, Section 8, of Ihe Manual of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. All faculty, students and friends are invited to attend the regular meetings which are held every Thursday evening at 7:30 in Eagleson Hall and to use the student organization house. Every year the organization sponsors a free lecture on Christian Science which is given by a member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church. This year the lecture, entitled " Christian Science: A Pro- phetical Religion, " was given by Ralph E. Wagers, CBS, of Chicago. Shown above is a picture of the Christian Sc ience Student Organization House, located at 4305 15th N.E. It is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. every day except Sundays and holidays. Here the Bible, the writings of Mary Baker Eddy and all authorized Christian Science literature may be read or borrowed. 342 lUESLty CLUB WESLEY CLUB, organization for all Methodist students, assists in the preparation for a life of usefulness through help- ful Christian fellowship. On their activity schedule are fire- sides, dances, parties, banquets and Chapels. A highlight of the year Is Student Sunday when the Club takes over the service at the University Temple. Not Pictured: Art Andrews. Fred Andrews, Joyce Andrews, Ken Antle, Bill Austin, Eric Lorsen, Leo Barber. Wayne Barry, Wallace Bays. Betty Beardsley, Betty Betz. Everett BloUley. Viola Brown. Bonita Buchonan, Lyie Buchanan. Erwin Busse, Carol Coldwell. Lois Caldwell. Rolph Cald- well. John Carter. Bryce Chambers. Jean Clark. Ralph Cole, noon lunch; Jane Daniel, DIcU Davenny, membership; Virginia Davis, Ken Dean, Ted Dean, Jeanne DePue, Ray Dixon. 81(1 Downie, Mary Durkee, Jim Evans. Ernie Fiedler, Dorcos Finn, Ruth Francis, Chapel; John Gerow. R. H. Gilbert, Barbara Gladfelfer, Bill Gore. CRC; Norma Govan, George Guy, Owen Hagan, Robert Harar. June Handeland, Loren Hanson, Peter Hegan, Glorlo Hertsch, Cecllle hHolloway, Eugene Hooper, Joanne Imeson, Ruth Jacobson. Loren Johns. Keith Johnson, World Christian community: Norm Johnson, Art Kimble, Lois Knopp. John Kropf, Phil Loudon. Fron Lewis. Fred Lewis, Phyllis Lewis, Ted Lomax, Fred Luube, Joe Marlott, Fred Martin, Viola Maylott, Soroh McGalllard, Charles McNutt, Bill McQuiston, Virginia Meyer, Howard Miller. Martha Morris, K. D. Nelson, Loren Nelson, Louis O ' Neal, Genevieve Oestrich. Ray Oliver. Donald Osborne, service; Douglas Paouw, deputations; Owen Paulson, Pat Penn, Joy Plerson, Les Pope, Pear! Porter, Arthur Pressor, John Rasmussen. finance; Fred Reebs, Maryde! Rehbein. Nolo Rhoads. Paul Robinson, Phyllis Roblson, Jim Robuck, Marie Robuck, Marjorle Rorrlson, Ted Schellhose, Marge Schoffen. Wesley World and Dial; Morgaret Schuett. Dorothy Scott, Mory Scott, Nathan Sato. Dixon Shofer, DeWayne Sharp, Helen Smith, Hugh Smith, George Soltman, Bill Sterling, Walter Stewart, Warren Stewart, June Sutherland, Dorothy Jean Swan- son, Willord Tolles, Jean Vanlaninghom, Claudia Williams, Dorothy Wilson. Scott Wilson. Bill Woods. Nellie Woords. Rolond Woods, Betty Wright, Jane Arliss Wright, Leono Wright, Jim Yeoman, Gene Zema, Greg Zlmmer. Dean, Earl President Dovenny, Dick Vice-President Hoyner, Marjorle Recording Secretary Reebs, Vera Corresponding Secretary Street, Hal Treasurer Kraft, Bob Fireside Chairman Rosenoff. Norma Lou Annuol Olson. Lowene Art Hagerman. William Dramatics Relnelt, Jeanne Anne HIstorion Olmsted. Eugene Librarian Antonsen, Nonna Mimeographing, Printing Kraft, Howard Photography Powers, Juontta Publications Ho+chkin, Betty Public Relations Albright. Alto Social Peterson, Kenneth Social Ewbank, Bob Men ' s Sports Relndel, Grace Women ' s Sports LaVlolette, Claris Sunday Evening Social Stephens. Ida Grace Volunteer Service Adams, Roy Volunteer Service Seefield, Morilyn Worship Mathson, Dorothy Worship flflUfflflO CLUB W. Jordan Smith President Rev. T. J. Morrison Moderator mfmBffis THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON NEWMAN CLUB, an affiliate of the notional Newman Federation with branches in over 362 colleges and universities, was founded in 1906. The purpose of Newman Is to promote the welfare of Catholic students, serving their religious, intellectual and social needs. Newman Club well suivived the war, emerging more active than ever. Don Maher 1st Vice-President Dave Swift Treasurer Elizabeth Lee Secretary Tom Toomey Social Choirman Duone B. Acheson, Jean J. Albi. Aubrey W. Albright, Thomas H. Ander- son, Francis P. Alfono, Edward J. Armes, Robert L. Baker, Rita J. Barnett, Barbora Barrett, Morguerite Barrett, Jay R. Baumgarten, John A. Begg, Joseph R. Bennett, Mary Lou Bergoust, Edith M. Blauvelt. Thomas Bleak- ney, Gloria Boltono, Jean Bolger, Clement C. Boulonger, Maxine Calnon, Carrie Anne Copp, Lorretta M. Coven, Frank T. Cech, William J. Chest- nut, Mary Chris+y, Bunny Clark. Tom Comick, Barbara J. Cordes, Robert E. Corrigan, Pot Costello, Leonard D. Crisafulli, R. Art Cruz, Jean L. Davis, Consuella DeBould, James H. Dess, Herman A. Dethman, Ruby E. Dickinson, Robert C. Dietsch, John C. Dimmer, llene Doherty, Jean Driscoll, Aioysius G. Duclos, Daniel R. Ebert, Emily M. Ehlinger, R. C. Eschbach, Marie Etzkorn, Earl R. Fetter, James C. Fickes, Carm Field, Donald Flynn, Patricio Forhon, Frank M. Foto, Edward Funsinn, Robert Gallagher, Leo K. Gordon M. L. Griffiths, Amando Guerra, William Newman House, 4705 Sixteenth N.E. H. Gustllo, M. Jane Hagen, Lewis J. Hall, Jr., Margery Hansen. Arnold Haspert, Frank E. Hoyden, Barbara Hebert, Barbara Heflin, Joseph Hellond, Eugene Hendrickson, Barbara Heppenstal, Jock Hellman, Catherine Hobi, Frank P. Hudson, Albert Hughes, Mike Hughes. Edward Jones, Morjorie Kavet, Julionne Kowai, Joe Kennord, Patricia Kennedy, Vincent Kerkof, Glen Klep, Dorothy Kodoma, Helen Kohler, Jeanette Krchmo, Dorothy Kuljis, Josephine LoBarge, Christina Lahmer, Elsie Marie Lompi, John Lousch, Frank Lousch, Roland Leodon, John Lee, James Leeds, Anne Marie Leibly, John Le May, Lorry Leonard, Harrison Lewis, Katherine Links, Jeanne Lykken, Bernadlne Magill, William Magrilio, Morjorie Moher, Florine Majers, Robert Means, Mary Meehan, Norma Meighen, Shirley Middleton, Jack Misener, Lillian Mitchel, James Moceri, Beverlee Moore, John MacLoren. James McCobe, Frances McCullom, Potriclo McHugh, Stanley Mclnnes, Loretto McLennan, Verono McMillan, Albert Nash, Anne Neal, Horry Newmon, Margaret Nicola, Jomes Nolan, Robert Nolan, Donald Nymon, Fronces O ' Brien. Hobart O ' Brien, Kay O ' Connor, William G ' Gormon, Isabel O ' Heorne, Betty O ' Leory, Peggy O ' Nell, Ruth O ' Shea, Eugene O ' Sullivon, Jose Orosa, Richard Owens, Donna Poshek, James Payne, James Pox, Rose Pogliono, Charles Porterfield, James Roshford, Robei ' to Ream, Richard Rector, VIvIenne Redfield, William Rees, Robert Reich. Thomas Reynolds. Elsie Riley, Mary Kay Robblns, Moureen Robblns, Virginia Ryan, Steve Sagmlller, Dante Santos, Morion Schoefer, Morvlyn Schlox, William Schlax, Virginia Schroder, Mary Lou Schweitzer, Leo Seeberger, Glodys Seidelhuber, John Sekerka, Helen Sheehan, Laurence Sinkovich, Frank Skok, Elaine Small, Idolice Squire, Jeanne Stanley, Michael Sterbich, Peter Sterbich, Joseph Sullivon, Fumi Suzuki, Jean Swift, John Swift. Eleanor Tortoglla, Rosemary Tierney, Anna May Timbers, Mary Timbers, Dominic Timo, Kenneth Thorson, Helen Toomey, Stanley Trohimovich, Amelia Tschido, Gordon Tucker, Dorothea Tvete, Josephin Uhrlch, Edward Ulloo, Mary Anno Valentine, Roe Marie Valentine, Anita Villar, Poul Walsh, Donald Walter, Amollo Wessel, Mabel Weston, John Wil- liams, Loretta Williams. Charles Williamson. Eileen Wright. KIku Yomo- moto. Richard York, Joseph Zorembo, Mary ZIroff. 344 Adams. Phyllis President Nelson, William Vice-President Uyela, Tom! Secretary Gelvin, Betty Treasurer A HOME AWAY FROM HOME " is the title the West- minster Club has lived up to since its ■formation in 1918. The club, which is under the jurisdiction of the Westminster Foundation, emphasizes four areas of fellowship which are: Christian Fellowship, Christian Outreach, Faith and Life, and Stewardship. Not Pictured: Megan Anderson, Moi ' goret Berry, Robert Benbow, Jock Berkshire, George Burdick, James Cordiner, Bill Crossett, Tom Crossett, James Currie, Roymond Dow, Jean Dougherty, Virginia Duff, Gloria Gould, George Hanks, Dorothy Houpt, Marion Hortmon, Elbert Harlow, Marilyn Harlow, Herry Herman, Amy Hara, Henrietta Hamilton, Mar- garet Jameson, Betty Jean Johnston, Joe Lament, Victor Lettln. Grace Leonard, Eddie McAbee, F. Richard McNobney, Helton McQueen, John Melrose, Christine Michel, Richerd Moody, Vance Colemen Moore, Len- ette Nelson, Earl Oliver, Barbara Otteson, Alice Pratt, Robert Rickett, Noncy Scheer, Corl Ross Stover, Russell Swenson, Betty Takano, Chizuko Tamaye, Rebecca Terry, Beryl Thompson, Owen Thomas, Daisy Tibbs, Loralne Weber, Mary Frances Weidlich. Dorothy Williams. PHI Ciil DfLIfl uifsifninsHfi CLUB WOMEN STUDENTS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN Church meet together in Phi Chi Delta, The group has three chief pur- poses — to provide social life, to develop leadership, and to promote scholarship for its members. Not Pictured: Phyllis Adams, Virginia Borney, Joon Carruthers, Jean Dougherty, Virginia Duff, Nedro Evonson, Joon Fries, Barbara Green. Henrietta Hamilton, Dorothy Houpt, Anne Howe. Lorraine Huguet. Margaret Jameson, Grace Leonard. Christine Michel, Jane Moore. Margaret Ostrom, Barbara Otteson, Christina Schnurstein, Betty Tokano. Rebecca Terry, Daisy Tibbs, TomI Uyeto, Loralne Weber, Mary Weidlich. Hamilton, Beth President Martin, Joanne Vice-President Barry, Margaret Recording Secretory Young, Helen Treasurer Horo, Amy Chaplain 345 yujcfl Hagen, Ann President Hesketh, Virginia Vice-President Mordon, Marilyn Secretary Klein. Polly Treasurer Seefield. Marilyn Regional Representative Jangard, Aileen Frosh Advisor Bricker. Koy Freshman Comm. President OfflCfRS CHALLENGED BY THE PROSPECT of an enlarged staff and increased meeting space, the YWCA prepared for an effective and significant year. Of particular interest were the development of evening firesides for Y members and foreign students, and the " Meet ' n Eat " luncheons devoted to meeting and understanding students of all minority groups. The Freshman program cocupied an important place in Y activities with regular weekly meetings planned by and for Freshman women, and supplemented by joint meetings with the YM Frosh Fellowship Ciub. Efficient and capable Kay Bricker served well in her term as president of Frosh Commission and was ably supported by an enthusiastic group of officers and committee chairmen. The campus became aware this year that Wednesday was Y day and that the YW is concerned with making its members alert to the need of the world today and with enabling them to transfer their ideas into action. cflBinti cyiRfflfn Miller, Barbaro Christian Heritage Bodeen, Mary World Relctedness Foster. Aileen Growth of Persons Hawkins, Jody Sociol Responsibility McRae. Martha Publicity Campbell. Joon Membership Greene, Norma Hostesses Cowell, Alice Recreation Council Sweazey, Pat Building Eichelberger, Jean Advisory Board Representative Dohl, Monica Advisory Board Representative ymcfl B. endon. John President Soyre. Phil Treasurer M oraw, Lyle Freshman P es dent K Ben. Bruce Freshman V ce • Pres d ent Mueller, Grant Freshman Secretory Brett. Stan Freshman Treasurer OfflCfRS Not Pictured: Frank Shepherd, vice-president; Jim Hiraba- yashi, secretary. THE UNIVERSITY YMCA Is a voluntary, non-denominational association of students and faculty of all faiths and creeds. It offers opportunity for all students to participate in a pro- gram that encourages personal growth and maturity, as well as serving the campus and community. Experiencing a vigorous upsurge of activity, the YMCA Freshman Fellowship Club has built a broad program of leadership training, recreation and social events. The club, which exists expressly for the purpose of orienting new fresh- men to Washington and assisting them in adjusting to student life, is the only campus organization which is run by " Fresh- men Only " for freshmen. One of the most successful of all " Y " functions has been the newly inaugurated Public Affairs Program, which pro- vided a more intelligent understanding of courrent affairs in the local, national, and international scenes. Other out- standing projects have been the student-faculty firesides, the marriage course, the International Banquet, high school rela- tions and joint programs with the YWCA and the campus. With increasing student participation, Eagleson Hall is ex- panding plans for next year. sfnioR cflBinfi Not Pictured: Dick Bambeck, Henry Campbell, Erwin Knapp. Don Osborne. Clarke, Bob Harrell, Willie Lindwoll, Carl Sayre, Phil Secrest, Tom 347 SORORITIES 348 PeflHfLLEfllC ORGANIZED TO PROMOTE cooperation among the sororities, Panhellenic brings chapter presidents together at monthly meetings. Their chief aim is for the maintenance of sorority life In harmony with its finest possibilities in service to the school and students. Anderson. Dorothy Pi Beta Ph! Bemis, Mary Phi Mu Serge. Sabra Delta Delta Delta Boyd, Barbara Chi Omega Bunn, Frances Alpha Xi Delta Erchinger, Mary Ruth Sigma Kappa ( " itzSimmons, Pot Delta Gamma Forsell, Mary Jo Delta Zeta Golombeck. Esther Phi Sigma Sigma Hedges, Irene Alpha Omicron Pi Leary, Pot Theta Upsilon Moloney, Marion Alpha Gamma Delta McGovern, Mary Gamma Phi Beta Neel, Lorraine Zeto Tau Alpha Nieman, Shirley Alpha Chi Omega Noonon, Lorraine Kappa Alpha Theta Schworti, Joan Alpha Epsilon Phi Sproull, Darlene Alpha Delta Pi Tanasse, Cherie Kappa Delta Thofs+enson, Rosemory Koppo Kappa Gamma Wilbur. Bettye Alpha Phi Officers at left: Kay Kangas. President: Betty Nel- son, Vice-President; Bette Simpson, Vice-President; Beverly Day, Secretary; Marlon Wllkeson, Treasure ' " : Mary Randolph- Relations Chairman, JUOIOfi PeOHELLEfllC CARRYING ON IN THE FOOTSTEPS of Panhellenic. Junior Ponhellenic members meet monthly to discuss special sorority pledge problems, In on effort to be- come better Integrated into their sororities and Into college life. Each sorority Is represented by the pres- ident of the pledge class. Moines, Bonnie President Dwyer, Rosalie Alpha Chi Omega Wright, Leono Alpho Delta Pi Wolfe, Joanne Alpha Epsilon Phi Blane, Frances Alpha Gamma Delta Schellenborger. Donna Alpha Omicron Pi Vincent, Martha Alpha Phi Sullivan, Gloria Alpha Xi Delta Viele, Rebecca Chi Omega Sorenson. Jo Delta Delta Delto Rogers, Clair Delta Gommo Bean, Alice Delta Zeta Gunn, Jo Anne Gamma Phi Beta Reeder. Ardene Kappo Alpha Theto Wesland. Vivian Kappa Delto Templeton, Mory Vevo Koppa Kappo Gamma Chester. Betty Phi Mu Kotz, Dorothy Phi Sigmo Sigma Lomax, Margery PI Beta Phi Featherstone, Suson Sigma Kappo Scott, Mory Theto Upsilon Geltz. Sibyl Zeta Tou Alpha I¥3S Neimon, Shirley, President Aiken, Barbara, 50 Aller, Annabelle ' 48 Amburn, Lucille ' 49 Anderson, Phyllis ' 48 Andrews, Jean ' 50 ArgentI, Kay ' 48 Bliss, Mary Jane ' 48 Boone, Beverly ' 49 Broun, Harriett ' 49 Browning, Beth ' 47 Carlo, Glorlo, ' 50 Corlsen, June ' 48 Costlemon, Frances ' 47 Combs, Dorothy ' 48 Cragg, Shirley ' 48 Derby, Potrlcio ' 49 Downey, Leah ' 48 Dwyer, Rosalie ' 59 Embree, Jo Anne ' 49 Field, Barbara ' 50 Foster, Llone ' 49 Hammarlund, Jean ' 49 Hansen, Joan ' 47 Harlow, Barbara Hartnett, Betty ' 47 Heady, Mickey ' 50 Hedlund, Helen ' 48 Holderness, Solly ' 49 Holevos, Dorothea ' 50 Holmstad, Elaine ' 50 Hoyt, Dorothy ' 48 Husklnson, Elsie ' 50 Johnson, Betty ' 47 Johnson, Margaret ' 47 Johnson, Vivian ' 47 Klein, Pauline ' 47 Lauber, Shirley ' 48 Leggot, Jene ' 48 Loomis, Elizabeth ' 49 McCoy, Gretchen ' 49 Mockoy, Rosemarie C. ' 47 Massey, Elaine ' 50 Meyers, Solly ' 49 Morris, Mary ' 49 Mount, Dorothy ' 49 Nelson, Betty ' 47 Nygren, Sue ' 49 Oass, Virginia ' 47 Oldenburg, Marjorle ' 50 Pashek, Donna ' 49 Phelps, Nancy ' 49 Phillips, Patricia ' 49 Post, Marilyn ' 49 Post, Patricia ' 47 Purcell, Dlann ' 48 Purceil, Virginia ' 47 Rodwell, Bonny ' 49 Soxton, Janet ' 49 Schairer, Jeanle ' 49 Skinner, Carol ' 48 Small, Betty Mae ' 47 Smith, Janice ' 50 Smith, Jeonette ' 50 Sullivan, Joyce ' 49 Sweozey, Patricia ' 48 Swift, Jean ' 47 Tallman, Ellen ' 50 Tinker, Pauline ' 48 Trosper, Janice ' 48 Vanderpool, Gerry M. ' 49 Wor d, Donna ' 48 Wellington, Phyllis ' 49 Vv ' ells, Jeon ' 49 Wepter, Virginia ' 50 Wiley, Morgoret Ann ' 47 Worley, Jeanne ' 48 flLPHfl CHI OmfGfl Founded at De Pauw Univer- sl ' fy, Sreencasfle, Indiana, in 1885. Rho chapter, 1910.68 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Amberson, Ruth ' 48 Argenti, Betty ' 48 Larson, Naomi ' 49 Neary, Phyllij ' 49 352 flLPHfl OUIfl PI Founded at Wesleyan Fe- male College, Macon, Georgia. In 1851. Alpha Theta chapfer, 1917. 6! chapters. Members Not Pictured: Bown, Kathleen ' 50 Erickson, Geroldine ' 47 Goodfellow, Elizabeth ' 47 McGaffey, Barbara ' 47 Saunders, Jean ' 48 353 Sproull, Darleen, President Almvig, Julia ' 50 Anderson. Cecilia ' 49 Bonning, Jaquellne ' 49 Brattebo. Billylou ' 49 Bradford, Dana Jo Bruce, Betty ' 47 Burnhom, Geroldine ' 48 Copies, Borboro " 48 Carlson, Dorothy ' 48 Carlson, Eleanor ' 50 Carpenter, Margaret ' 48 Chapman, Alice ' 47 Cochran, Clare ' 50 DeLoye, Winette ' 48 Dexter, Helen ' 49 Dore, Pat ' 47 Driscoll, Jean ' 47 DuPuis, Janet ' 49 DuSoult, Joan ' 50 Edgar, June ' 50 Engels, Dorlene ' 49 Erickson, Bettie Eubank, Eileen ' 50 Evanson. Joan ' 49 Flanders, Phyllis ' 49 Fournier, Gail ' 48 Friedrlch, Phyllis ' 49 Gould, Gloria ' 50 Gront, Morilee ' 49 Graham, Phyllis ' 50 Sreenwalt, Fern ' 47 Hortmayer, Betsy ' 48 Hutton, Lois ' 47 Jensen, Jeanne ' 49 Jephcott, Pat ' 48 Kindstater, Emma ' 47 Kroule, Gloria ' 47 Kummor, Louella ' 49 Lawrence, Noncy ' 47 tvlociukiewicz, Elsie ' 50 Ivlaciukiewici, Lottie ' 49 Mortin, Phyllis ' 47 Mothis, ts iorilyn ' 48 May, Virginia ' 49 Mayer, Nadine ' 49 Miller, Esther ' 50 Minor, Lois Lee ' 49 Mock, Priscilla ' 49 Molitor, Louise ' 49 Mum, Shirley ' 50 Orth, Morgaret ' 49 Olts, Ellen ' SO Oman, Pat ' 50 Patch, Elinor ' 50 Pearce, Pot ' 50 Potterud, Eleanor ' 49 Roney. Irene ' 49 Roth, Marilyn ' 48 Roiell, Ruth ' 48 Schultz, Yolanda ' 49 Shaw, Phyllis Linn ' 48 Shellhorn, Glorya ' 47 Smith, Frances ' 49 Snyder, Solly ' 50 Stenson. Virginio ' 50 Taylor, Joyce ' 49 Thompson, Lora Moe ' 49 Treffinger, Doris ' 49 Trlplett, Beverly ' 47 Webb, Ruth ' 49 Wright, Leona, ' 50 Wright. Barbora ' 48 Wright, Potricio ' 50 IBS m i m N fl ' m 4 L- i mi k i ' 9 w i V ; , w Schwartz. Joan, President Barde, Bernadine ' 47 Alexander, Grace ' 50 Boron, Reno ' 49 Beihl, Carol ' 48 Blackfield, Phyllis ' 49 Burnett, Borboro ' 47 Cosserd, Lynne ' 49 Cheim, Jo Ann ' 48 Druxman, Ruth ' 48 Endelman, Bernlce ' 50 Franks, Zell ' 50 Friedman, JoAnn ' 49 Friedman, Marilyn ' 48 Gerber, Antonette ' 49 Gevurti, Susie ' 49 Gold, Jeanette ' 48 Goldberg, Leslie ' 48 Goodman, Barbara 48 Greengard, Merle ' 49 Halter, Connie ' 48 Hochteld, Shirley ' 50 Jotfe, Elaine ' 49 Koye, Reinee ' 50 Klelnberg, Josephine ' 50 Lewin, Jean ' 47 Lewis, Joan ' 50 Mendes, Romono ' 50 Mylond, Louise ' 48 Newberger, Jane ' 47 Parker, Jacqueline ' 50 Pilling, Patricio ' 48 Rosengarten, Use ' 48 Rosenthal, Dorothy ' 47 Shafer, Sylvia ' 49 Schucklin, Frances ' 50 fPSILO PHI Stern, Joyce ' 47 Solomon, Joan " 50 Tkotch. Leah ' 49 Wolfe, Joonne ' 50 Youdene, Joan ' 49 Founde d at Barnaic Colleg e, New York, in 1909 Alp ho Delto chapter 1932 33 chop- teis. Members Not Pictured: Nudelmon, Lucille Tonkin, Sue Shoter, Gloria ' 47 354 flLPHfl eenfnfl OfLIfl Founded at Syracuse Univer- sity, New York, in 1904. I ota chapter, 1909. 52 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Guy. Grace ' 47 Harlow, Patricio L. ' 48 Willtong. Gloria ' 48 Williams, Margaret ' 48 Moloney, Morion E., President Abbott, Morgoret A. ' 47 Agnew, Patricia C. ' 47 Armstrong, Rebo G. ' 47 Boir, Jane E. ' 50 Bornhort, Elaine ' 47 Bousono. Eileen J. ' 49 Berry. Eileen L. ' 49 Bishir, Peggy S. ' 48 Blane, Fronces M. ' 49 Bollmon. Jocquelyn N, ' 49 Brewster. Morjorle J. ' 50 Brink. Kotherine E. ' 49 Brink. Ruth M. ' 49 Brookhyser. Carol F. ' 48 Cleverly. Yvonne ' 49 Cooke, Margaret L. ' 49 Coplen, Patricio H. ' 48 Crane, Helene V. ' 48 Daniels, Nancy L. ' 49 Dorsch, Dorcas ' 48 Eisingo, Blonche C. ' 50 Gllroy, Barbara C. ' 50 Gilroy, Solly J. ' 48 Glldden. JoAnn F. ' 50 Gorham. Mary S. ' 50 Hancock, Virginia W. ' 47 Horris. Morion R. ' 49 Howes. Bonnie J. ' 49 Joppe. Chorlotte A. ' 50 Larson. Phyllis A. ' 50 Lowentrout. Carol ' 47 Monley, Jo Anne B. ' 50 Martin. Jean ' 48 Moule, Jocquelyn L. ' 49 Medok, Shirley H. ' 49 Michoud, Patricio M. ' 48 Moriorty. Potricia A. ' 49 Mulvey, Anne C. ' 50 Murroy, Potricia J. ' 49 Myers, Morionne ' 49 Nelson, Morjorie E. ' 47 Nordwoll, Norma J. ' 49 O ' Brien, Solly ' 49 Pocher, Jane ' 50 Peterson, Gertrude D. ' 49 Piedolue, Eloise ' 48 Pierce, Bobbette V. ' 50 Powell, Patricio L. ' 47 Reordon, Borboro E. ' 48 Redpoth, Corol M. ' 48 Rorrison, Nancy ' 48 Roth, Potricio E. ' 48 Rowland, Ann L. ' 49 Sampson, Patricio E. ' 47 Sondberg, Betty J. ' 49 Seeley, Jeonette ' 49 Simmons, Dorothy ' 49 Swonson, Eleanor L. ' 48 Troutmon. Beverly B. ' 48 Twigg. Borboro J. ' 48 Word. Patricio M. ' 48 Williams. Mary Gwen ' 49 Winston, Morjorie E. ' 47 Witt, Elizabeth A. ' 47 355 Hedges. Irene May, President Anderson, Marilyn ' 50 Bahlkow, Eleanor ' 49 Barrett, Barbora Ann ' 49 Beard, W.June ' 48 Bell. Olive ' 49 Bello. Lucia Benjamin. Jeanne ' 49 Benson. Virginia ' 49 Bolmon. Patricia ' 49 Bowyer. Norma Joan ' 49 Boynton. Chelsa J. ' 49 Bratcres, Mildred Ann ' 47 Campbell. Charme ' 48 Carter, Norma Jane ' 49 Donielson. June ' 49 Dreis. Mildred ' 50 Duffy, Delores ' 50 Eggers, June Marie ' 49 Etzkorn. Marie Claire Exiey. Roberta Claire ' 48 Field, Carmelita ' 50 Finch. Dorothy M. ' 49 Garrigus. Sue ' 49 Gilchrist, Winifred P. ' 47 Hagmon. Elaine ' 50 Hieb. Helene ' 48 Hoba. Eleanor H. ' 49 Hyde, Phyliss ' 48 Jacobson. Donna Moe ' 50 Johnson. Corol ' 49 Kane. Connie ' 49 Knapp, Jean E. ' 48 Knutson. Wilma ' 47 Krieger. Sharon ' 50 Krohn, Barbara ' 47 Loe, Aase ' 49 Madison. Norma ' 49 Makinson. Emmy Lou ' 48 Motson, Ruth ' 47 McLaughlin. Katherine ' 50 Melis. Miriam Jean ' 47 Montle. Louise ' 50 Morgan, Morolyn ' 49 Nelson, Yvonne ' 48 Ocker, Phyllis ' 48 Palmer, Marjorie ' 49 Sallee. Evelyn ' 48 Sanders. Phyllis ' 50 Scott. Sydney. ' 48 Shellenborger. Donna ' 50 Siegert. Lois ' 50 Shively, Patricio ' 48 Simon. Dorothy ' 47 Sisson. Merle ' 47 Smith. Edna ' 50 Smith, Shirley ' 48 Softky. Doreen ' 50 Syverson, Dorothie ' 50 Thomas, Nancy ' 50 Thompson. Beryl ' 50 Tompsett. Winifred ' 49 Vaughn, Vivian F. ' 49 Waite. Elizabeth ' 47 Wells. Doris ' 49 Weinand, Anitro ' 49 Wilburn. Gwenovere ' 49 Wiltsie, Merilyn ' 49 Wing, Freda ' 50 Woody, Patricio ' 49 Young, Louella ' 49 Zandt. Shirley ' 49 fl LPfifl cfion PI Founded at Barnard Col- lege, Columbia University, New York, New York, in, 1897. Upsilon chapter in 1915. 51 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Hoenshell, Audrey ' 48 Keller, Marilyn ' 50 Kindelan, Jeonnette ' 50 Nicholls, Cothleen ' 48 Singleton, Virginia ' 48 356 flLPHfl PH Wilbur. Elizabefh. President Allingham, Ruth ' 48 Andersen, Joan ' 50 Andrews, Joy ' 48 Boird, Jeon ' 48 Baldwin, Virginia ' 50 Beebe. Jane ' 49 Bolger, Jean ' 50 Bolln. Mono ' 49 Brctvold, Gloria ' 47 Brennon, Alice Jean ' 48 Biowne. Janet ' 47 Budde, Jean ' 48 Burdette, Jean ' 48 Burnley, Moralyn ' 49 Campbell, Joan ' 48 Carlson, Corrine ' 48 Clifford, Elizabeth ' 48 Corbitt. Shirley ' 47 Davis, Lillion ' 50 Dickson, Elisabeth ' 50 Downie, Margaret ' 48 Eathorne, Jackie D. ' 48 Engle. Patricia ' 49 Evans. Mary Ann ' 49 Fox. Jean ' 48 Founded at Syracuse Uni- Gardiner. Ann ' 49 varsity, Syracuse, New Gates, Kay ' 47 York, In 18 72. Sigma Heppenstoll. Barbara ' 48 Hott, Carole 47 chapter in 1914. 39 chap- Holman, Joan ' 49 ters. Huffman. Dona ' 50 Hughmanick. Patricia 48 Kelly. Roberta ' 50 Laschinger, Patricia ' 49 Lockhart, Beverly ' 50 Marugg. Shirley ' 49 Mogarinsky. Galena ' 50 Mason. Patricia ' 48 Members Not Pictured: Berry. Natalie ' 49 O ' Brien. Corinne ' 49 Ryan, Patricia ' 48 Street, Jan ' 49 Stewart, Laurinne ' 48 357 Maus, Roberta ' 47 Metzger, Ann ' 49 Montague, Muriel ' 48 Mossman, Mary ' 50 Olson, Barbara ' 49 Owen, Barbara ' 48 Plumb, Marjorie ' 49 Rankin. Cordelia ' 50 Reynolds. Dorothy ' 49 Reynolds, Grace D. ' 48 Rice, Patricia S. ' 48 Rogers. Ann ' 50 Rowles, Nancy ' 49 Schneider. Patricia A. ' 48 Schwartz, Georgia 48 Seibel. Joellen ' 48 Shultz, Nancy ' 50 Sinclair, Donna ' 50 Squire, Idalice ' 49 Stabler, Lorraine ' 50 Stevenson. Betty ' 59 Stover, Mary Pat ' 49 Swanes. Mary ' 50 Tabor. Joan ' 50 Thompson, Margaret ' 47 Thorkelson, Janet ' 50 Trueblood. Janet ' 50 Vincent. Martha ' 50 Welch, Rosemary ' 48 White, Geraldine ' 50 Wooley. Afton ' 47 Young, Dorothy ' 50 Bunn, Frances ' 47 President Barkey. Joan ' 48 Barrett, Potricio ' 48 Baunsgord, Marylyn ' 50 Beach, Bonnie ' 49 Bettner, Roberta ' 50 Bowman, Betty Jean ' 50 Bowman, Lindabel ' 48 Bodle, Margoret ' 47 Bricker, Kay ' 50 Brue, Pauline ' 49 Cormichael, Irene ' 50 Cenis. Morylu ' 50 Conner, Joan ' 50 Cowell. Alice ' 49 Crittenden, Kotherine ' 49 Davie, Patricia ' 48 Dickinson, Janet ' 50 Egqer, Gwenn ' 50 Endress, Elaine ' 49 France, Lorraine ' 48 Fuller. Betty ' 49 Gregory, Mary Lou " 50 Hackmon, Joan ' 47 Halstead, Gloria ' 48 Hancock, Margoret ' 48 Harney. Patricia ' 50 Hartmann. Merolyn ' 49 Hosselo. Virginia ' 48 Helser. Geraldine ' 48 Helllesen. Janet ' 48 Helwig, Marjory ' 50 Hesketh, Virginia ' 47 Hixson, Marcia ' 49 Husby, Gloria ' 49 Jangard, Atleen ' 48 Jenkins. Helen ' 48 Jensen, Anabel ' 49 Johnson. Agnes ' 48 Johnson, Jean ' 50 Johnson, Nan ' 49 Johnston, Betty Jean ' 50 Jones, Ruth ' 47 Karaboich. Mary ' 48 Kerr, Janis ' 48 Kreager. Beverly ' 49 Laughry, Lucille ' 50 Leenerfs. Arlyn ' 50 Lindberg. Beatrice ' 47 Lofgren, Barbara ' 50 Mager, Patricia ' 50 Makus, Edna, ' 48 Meehon, Mary ' 50 Mickelson, Betsy. ' 50 Moore, Margaret ' 47 Mostosky. Patricia ' 48 Munroe. Phyllis ' 48 Myles, Jeanette ' 48 Parker, Marylu ' 47 Pelrce, Betty Rae ' 49 Peterson, Joanne ' 50 Rhodes, Virginia ' 48 Ritchie, Patricia ' 50 Robinson, Beverly ' 50 Robison, Phyllis ' 47 Schinman, Lois ' 48 Settersten, Rosemary ' 47 Smith, Irene ' 49 Sonnenburg, Patricia ' 48 Sullivan, Gloria ' 50 Swanson, Jeanne ' 48 Thompson, Lorraine ' 48 Thompson, Marjory ' 48 Valentine, Eleonor ' 49 Whitley. Mary ' 49 Williams, Dorothy ' 50 Wright, Leionne ' 47 Yates. Bette 47 flLPHfl XI OfLIfl Founded at Lomboi ' d Col- lege , Galesbuig, Illinois, in 1893. Nu chopter, 1907. 57 chap+eis. 358 CH OIHEGfl Founded at Univei ' slty of Arkansas, Faye+feville, Ar- kansas, in 1895. Alpha chap- ter. 1909. 99 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Downs, Nancy ' 47 Harper, Marilyn G. ' 49 Harttord, Dorothy ' 50 Kubley, Josle ' 50 Boyd, Barbara J,, President Almquist, Brita ' 50 Anderson, Lorraine ' 50 Anderson, Marilyn J, ' 48 Andrews, Jean S. ' 49 Barkley, Jo L. ' 47 Barrett, Dorothy T. ' 49 Boss, Lucille K. ' 47 Benjamin, Marilyn L. ' 47 Ben linia L. ' 47 Brady, Joan M. ' 50 Burklan, Billie B. ' 50 Byrd, Jane ' 50 Clark, Joanne ' 49 Cody, Helen M. ' 47 Conrad, Beverly ' 47 Cox, Carol ' 47 Cox, Gerrie B. ' 49 Crimp. Virginia A. ' 49 Crowley. Rosanne ' 50 Cumins, Carlo C. ' 50 Dahl, Jacqueline F. ' 49 Denzer, Norma J. ' 50 Doyle. Jean ' 49 Dreitiler. Marilyn C. ' 49 Driver, Agnes May ' 49 Dysort. Dixie A. ' 49 Evans, Shirley M. ' 49 Fisken. Sally K. ' 49 Freeth, Lois J. ' 48 Gibson, Betty E. ' 50 Groessner, Joanne M. ' 49 Green, F. Charlotte ' 48 Gudmundson. Deso P. ' 50 Gustafson, Jane Ann ' 47 Hartmon, Shirley M. ' 50 Hovemon, Ruth E. ' 50 Heiber, Marilyn J. ' 47 Holmes, Noncy A. ' 49 Ivey, Betty L. ' 49 Jone, Gloria M. ' 49 Jones, Moxene C. ' 47 Knapp. Alice M. ' 49 Knopp, Sara J. ' 49 KnoH, Joan A. ' 47 Lomon, Marilyn L. ' 48 Loewer, Peggy W. ' 50 Loren, Clarice A. ' 50 Makus. Anno R. ' 49 Mongold. Janet R. ' 49 Mangold, Jeanne F. ' 49 Mathews, Mavis ' 47 McCalium. Marilyn A. ' 50 McKeniie, Dorothy E. ' 49 McNamee. Elizabeth ' 50 Noud. Mary E. ' 50 Ness, Helen M. ' 48 Oliver, Dole C. ' 49 Perkins, Morcia A. ' 48 Poolton, Martho A. ' 50 Rodovick, Mary Jo ' 50 Redman, Rebo ' 50 Rode, Helen V. ' 48 Royal, Barbara J. ' 48 Russell, Joann ' 48 Sorri. Joyce S. ' 49 Solo, BeHy, ' 50 Scott, Barbara E. ' 50 Sears, Janet C. ' 47 Simmons, Shirley J. ' 48 Skolley, Borboro J. ' 47 Theriault, F. Jeanne ' 49 Viele, Barbara M. ' 50 Viele, Becky A. ' 50 Wade, Peggy L. ' 47 Weisel, Virginia V. ' 48 Williams, Shirley C. ' 49 Wood, Marilyn P. ' 50 . »S ft 359 a pnpp Beige. Sabra A., President Abrams. Bella ' 47 Adorns, Margaret E. ' 47 Allan, Barbara J. ' 48 Arnold. Margaret E. ' 49 Bennett, Sara J. " 49 Berlin. Judith M. ' 47 Blackmore. Patricio A. " 50 Bowen. Patricio J. ' 50 Carson, Norma R. ' 47 Carroll, Donnotaye 47 Clark, Mary E. ' 48 Cleover, H. Carolyn ' 49 Cowan, Carol D. ' 48 Donner, Shirley N. ' 48 Davis, Morjorie ' 49 Dorsey, Virginia L. ' 48 Dupar, Marilyn ' 48 Elliott, Jane ' 49 Elliott. Nancy A. " 50 Emrick. Bette J. ' 49 Fleetwood. Kay J. " 48 Ford, Donno M. ' 49 Forsyth, Barbara ' 48 Gardiner. Patricia A. ' 47 Gerbel, Mary J. " 50 Goodnow. Merrilyn M. ' 49 Hamilton, Elizabeth M. ' 48 Harvey, Virginia ' 48 Hanson. Marion K. ' 47 Hoy. Virginia L. ' 50 Ingels. Jo Ann R. ' 48 Inkster. Ann C. ' 48 Jessen. Kothryn ' 47 Krippner. Jeanne E. ' 49 Kumm, Lorraine ' 48 Lorsen, Judith M. ' 47 Lovell, Patricio D. ' 49 Lincoln. Jean M. ' 49 Macdonald, Sally A. ' 49 Martin, Norma J. ' 49 Mathews, Barbara J. ' 48 McElroy, Alicia A. ' 49 McLaughlin. Gloria ' 47 Milne, Jean F. ' 48 Milsted, Marjorle ' 47 Mueller, Emitie J. ' 50 Myers. Borboror J. ' 50 Nelson, Beverly ' 50 Nilsen. Sylvia M. ' 48 Owen, Nancy R. ' 50 Peck, Lois J. ' 49 Pennington. Olive Jean ' 49 Powers. Margoret A. ' 50 Provin, Chorlotte M. ' 47 Ramoker, Nancy R. ' 50 Ramaker. Shirley E. ' 47 Romberg, Norma L. ' 50 Raymond, Janis M. ' 48 Richards, Margie P. ' 48 Ross. Borbaro E. ' 49 Schmuti, Nancy B. ' 48 Schoedler, Alice C. ' 48 Slater, Betty S. ' 48 Sorensen, Barbara L. ' 47 Sorensen. Jo ' 50 Syllioosen. Carol M. ' 49 Thomas. Dorothy V. ' 48 Thometz, Jane ' 49 Vondenburgh. Edith M. ' 48 Von Wyck, Corol F. ' 49 V olker. Patricio L. ' 49 White, Nancy ' 49 WHson, Alice M. " 48 Wilson. Clair S. ' 47 DfLIfl OfLIfl OfLIfl Founded at Boston Univer- sity, Boston, Massochusetts, in 1888. Theta Alpha chap- ter, 1909. 90 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Connor, Dorothy A. ' 48 Gregory, Patricia McCormick, Therese ' 50 Raymond, Borboro ' 48 Schmitz, Madelyn ' 48 Sterling, Patricio 360 OfLIfl GflfHIHfl Founded at Lewis National School, Oxford, Mississippi, in 1874, Beta chapter, 1903. 65 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Allen, Virginia ' 49 Baillargeon, Catherine ' 47 Clark, Carolyn ' 48 Soterburg, Sally ' 48 Swain, Jan ' 48 361 FitzSimmons. Pat. President Abel, Shirley ' 48 Ash. Jean ' 47 Bonnick, Jane ' 50 Beach. Helen ' 48 Beardsley. Pot ' 47 Bird, Lois ' 49 Brace. Jone ' 49 Buschmonn. Helen ' 48 Calvert. Kathleen ' 48 Clark, Pamela ' 50 Cobley. Patricia ' 49 Collins, Carolyn ' 49 Crosby, Carol ' 48 Dahlstrom. Lorraine ' 47 Dempsey, Helen ' 50 Dennis. Dorothy ' 48 Dennis, Molly ' 49 Dobbs, Ann ' 49 Doran. Sollie ' 49 Dow, Betty ' 49 Erskine, Nancy ' 47 Finney. Ruth ' 50 Forster, Betty ' 50 Gelvin. Betty ' 49 Gibbs. Gloria ' 49 Gonyea, Cynthia 48 Guenther, Shirley ' 48 Haskell, Mary Ann ' 48 Hawkins, Mary Jo ' 47 Hawkins. Sally ' 49 Hinton. Donna ' 50 Isaacson. Jo Ann ' 50 Jenne. Margaret Anne ' 47 Jones, Judy ' 49 Kelleher. Elise ' 48 Kelly. Patricio ' 50 Kershaw, Morily ' 47 Longer. Helen Marie ' 50 Longrell. Betty ' 48 Leovitt. Barbara ' 48 Long, Marion ' 49 Madsen. Ilene ' 48 Mordon. Morllyn ' 47 Matidorf, Nancy ' 49 McDonald, Bonnie M. ' 47 MacFodden, Nancy ' 50 McGoldrick, Patsy ' 49 Moore, Beverlee ' 50 Niesen, Joan ' 50 Nicholson, Mary Ann ' 47 Niesi, Patricio ' 47 O ' Brien, Jeanne ' 49 O ' Bryan, Potricia ' 48 O ' Hearne, Isobel ' 49 Ostroot, Mary ' 50 Pearson. Patricia ' 49 Powell. Barbara ' 48 Prigmore, Phyllis ' 48 Randolph, Mary ' 48 Rogers, Clair Ann ' 50 Rogers, Jane ' 48 Rogers, Joan ' 48 Schug, Betty ' 49 Seaver, Betsy ' 48 Shonnon, Monica ' 48 Sloyden, Nancy ' 49 Smith, Judith ' 49 Sprake, Roenah " 50 Sullivan. Patricio ' 47 Sweum, Nathalie ' 48 Thorlokson, Anne ' 49 Venables, Mollie ' 50 Wall. Dorothy ' 50 White, Jonet ' 49 Forsell, Mary Jo ' 47 President Allen, Dorothy ' 48 Anderson, Geroidlne ' 49 Anderson, Pauline ' 48 Badda, Lucille ' 50 Botes, Borbora " 50 Battaglio, Charlotte ' 48 Bean, Alice ' 49 Beloit, Ellen ' 50 Berg, Chorlond ' 49 Breorley, Betty ' 49 Bretz. Betty ' 49 Brown, Corln ' 48 Brown, tvlorv Anne ' 49 Brumbaugh, Avobelle ' 50 Croshow, Cherene ' 50 Decker, Dolores ' 49 Elwell, Loura ' 47 Ewart, Carol ' 49 Forsmork, Carol ' 48 Foster. Aileen ' 48 Foster, Jeonnine ' 48 Godd. Arlene ' 49 Sotchell, Marian ' 49 Green, Doris ' 50 Greenwood, Ruth ' 50 Grider, Ruth ' 48 Hague, Felicia ' 49 Hohn, Martha ' 47 Harrison, Phyllis ' 49 Howe. Ann ' 49 Imeson, Joanne ' 50 Isaacson, Verno ' 49 Jelleberg. Emma ' 49 Johnson, Ellen Lois ' 48 Johnston. Barbara ' 48 Jones. Patricio ' 47 Klemi, Marilyn ' 50 Mackey. Eloise ' 47 MacNichols, Lucio ' 49 Mojers. Florlne ' 48 Manning, Gienno ' 47 McDonald, Alice ' 47 McGolliard, Sarah J. ' 49 McMockln, JImmIe ' 47 Marquordt, Mary Lou ' 49 Marshall. Katherlne ' 49 Mendenholl, Joan ' 50 Metz. Morgoret ' 50 Mllburn. Joyce ' 50 Mills, Solly ' 49 Molloy, Marlon ' 50 Norton, Dorothy ' 49 Norton, Patricio ' 47 Osborne, Dorothy ' 49 Pickett, Dwono ' 48 Rafter, Carol ' 48 Rehbein, Morydel ' 50 Roberts. Armyn ' 50 Ross, Eleanor ' 50 Ryan. Lucybelle ' 48 Schueler. Mary ' 47 Selford. Mary Ann ' 49 Schnockenberg, Noncy " 49 Sharkey. Mory ' 49 Skullerud, Sybil ' 49 Sether, Phoebe ' 49 Smith, Ardelyn ' 49 Smith, Glenda ' 48 Stolt, Dorothy ' 50 Stolt, Marjorie ' 48 Swift. Dorothy ' 49 Timbers. Anne Moe Gr Timbers, Mary ' 50 Todd, Ella May ' 47 Waldowski, Patricio ' 49 Wetzel, Florence ' 48 Wiggers. Glorio ' 50 Wanomoker, Frances ' 48 OfLIfl ztie Pounded at Miami Univer- sity, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. Kappa chapter, 1914. 56 chapters. 362 GflfilfUfl PHI Bflfl Founded at Syracuse Uni- versity, Syracuse, New I York. I 874. Lambda chap- ter, 1903. 52 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Martin. Sally " 47 Shaw, Dorothy ' 47 McGovern, Mary F., President Adams, Anne M. ' 49 Aspinoll, Zeta A. ' 48 Becker, Mary Belle " 49 Bianco, Phyllis " 50 Bothwell. Janet M. ' 50 Burke, Virginia M. ' 48 Butterworth, Carol L. ' 47 Carson, Beverly ' 47 Clarke, Borbaia M. ' 50 Clarke, Beverly A. ' 50 Cleave, Mary Lou ' 49 Cochran. Lois 48 DePuy, Suzonne ' 48 Ebling, Maty Jane ' 48 Franke, Nancy Lee ' 48 Franklin. Barbara J. ' 48 Gard. Dorothy L. ' 47 Gard. Janis J. ' 49 Garvin. Mary Jane ' 48 Goodwin, Lillian M. ' 49 Greenwood, Pat M. ' 47 Gunn, Gloria ' 47 Gunn, Jo Anne ' 50 Hagen, Ann A. ' 49 Hauger. Bonnie ' 46 Havlino. Shaiane ' 48 Hellenthal, Dorothy A. ' 47 Higgins, Alice Jean ' 50 Hillmon, Ruth A. ' 48 Howe, Alice E. ' 50 Howe, Mary L. ' 47 Ivorsson. Solveig ' 50 Jacobsen. Moiy Ann " 49 Joy. Margaret ' 50 Komeron, Bette Moe ' 48 Karshner, Janet ' 50 King, Virginia ' 50 Lamb, Ellzobeth L. ' 48 LeCocq, Mary A. ' 48 Lucks, Carol A. ' 48 Lydgate, Lois ' 50 MacKeniie, Dorothy A. ' 50 Matnes, Bonnie J. ' 49 Mallory. Sally J. ' 50 Marshall. Marilyn M. ' 48 McCaffray, Mary D. " 47 McDonnold, Noncy J. ' 49 McDonald. Rosemary ' 49 Moore, Roberta R. ' 49 Myers, Marcia A. ' 48 Nelson. Nancy L. ' 48 Osborne. Betty ' 49 Osborne, Jean ' 47 Peterson. Marilyn J. ' 48 Petheram, Potricia ' 48 Pleroni, Nancy J. ' 48 Poison. Jacqueline ' 48 Proctor. Patricia ' 50 Putman, Betsy ' 48 Reep. Glee ' 50 Relf. Carol D. ' 49 Roderick, Julia Lee ' 47 Sander, Virginia W. ' 49 Schwaegler, Liiobeth ' 48 Scott, Shirley ' 47 Seren, Helen M. ' 47 Shiel, Dorothy ' 50 Simila, Norma Jean ' 50 Smith. Dorallce " 49 Sfam, Carol R. " 47 Stam, Marian ' 49 Stauber. Joyce J. ' 48 Stiegllfz, Joanna ' 47 Swolwell, Margaret A. ' 47 Thomas, Mary ' 47 Thompson, Marilyn ' 48 Vilas, Joan ' 50 Walker, Joan L. ' 50 V alker, Patricia ' 50 Weatherston, Jane G. Wegener. Ann H. ' 49 Wright, Roberta J. ' 47 49 Ftttp 363 Yol-kston, Solly A. ' 49 Zimmerman, Judy W. ' 47 Noonan, Lorraine ' 47 President Allen, Deboroh ' 50 Armi+oge. Mary ' 48 Armstrong. Dorres ' 49 Bailey, Janice ' 50 Bock, Barbara ' 47 Brodshaw, Barbara ' 47 Bree, Joan ' 50 Brown. Nanette ' 47 Burdick. Shirley " 50 Burke, Helen " 49 Butler, Barbara ' 50 Corlyon, Frances ' 48 Covin. Alice H. ' 49 Clark. Barbara ' 48 Coon, Anne ' 49 Davi s, Margaret ' 49 Dingle, Patricia ' 49 Dow, Janet ' 48 Dowzord, Blodwen E. ' 49 English. Jane ' 50 Fishbock, Lorraine ' 50 Frye, Ruth E. ' 49 Gamble, Claire L. ' 48 Gardner, Mary Lou ' 48 Gibson. Charlyn ' 50 Hoynes, Elizabeth A. ' 50 Hall, Frances ' 50 Hart, Dorothy I. ' 47 Howes, Rosalie A. ' 47 Howes. Shirlee A. ' 48 Heflln, Borbora ' 48 Heflin. Eleanor ' 50 Henrlot, Elizabeth ' 48 Hobi, Catherine ' 47 Hoegh, Dayle ' 50 Hopf, Jo-Anne ' 49 Hughes. Marion ' 48 Johnston, Botsy ' 50 Jones, Gloria J. ' 47 Kulzer, Janet B. ' 48 Latimer, Morlice ' 49 Lavelle, Louise C. ' 49 Lesher, Jeri A. ' 47 Lewis, Pauline ' 48 Melton, Jean ' 47 Mooney, Molly ' 47 Niederle, Ot+ille ' 49 NIelson. Donna ' 49 Noonan, Arline ' 50 Norback. Jacquie A. ' 49 Oechsli, Hollis ' 49 Oechsli, Morion ' 49 Prentice. Joneth A. ' 49 Reeder, Ardene J. ' 50 Rioch. Mono ' 48 Sheehan. Helen Marie ' 50 Simpson, Bette ' 47 Smith. Bradford " 49 Smith, Constance ' 48 Snow. Marilyn ' 50 Stelnmetz, Marilyn G. ' 47 S+ephensen. Dreda ' 50 Thies, Mary ' 48 Thies. Joanne ' 50 Trowbridge, Jonet C. ' 49 Turnure, Jean ' 47 Van Horn. Anne ' 50 Weaver, Sis ' 50 Webb, Virginia ' 48 Wenke, Chorlot+e ' 49 Wiley. Victoria ' 50 Wolf, Marjorle A. ' 49 Wilson. Susan ' 48 Yost, Kathryn ' 47 yppe flLPHfl IHflfl Founded at Indiana As- Asbuiy University (De Pauw), Gieencastle, In- diana, in 1870. Alpha Lambda, I908.65cfiap- teis. Members Not Pictured; English, Eileen ' 49 Darling, Mary Gr. Roberg. Mary Hoynes ' 47 364 HOPPfl DfLTfl Founded at Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia. In 1897. Sigma Iota chapter. 1922. 72 chapters. 365 Tanasse, Cherie, President Anderson, Patricia ' 50 Anton, Clora Mae ' 47 Austin, Johna Lu " 49 Baylor, Beverly ' 49 Bergoust. Mary Lou ' 48 Boselly. Anita ' 49 Boyer, Dorothy ' 50 Burris, Edith Ann " 49 Christensen, Bonnie Lou ' 50 Clark. Alice ' 48 Cutler. Jane ' 47 Dahlberg. Louise ' 50 Dahlquist, Norma ' 50 Day, Beverly 48 Dewitt. Katherine ' 53 DIckover. Shirley ' 49 Dobson, Jacqueline ' 48 Eckles. Jewell ' 50 Finnigan. Janls " 50 Gayhart, Anne ' 47 Gibbs. Jackie Jo ' 48 Grob, Jean ' 49 Hohnenkratt. Shirley ' 50 Honnah, Allene ' 49 Hinote, Donno ' 48 Hodge. Lois ' 47 Holderby. Patricia ' 49 House, Travo ' 49 Johnston, Beverly ' 48 Jorgensen, June ' 49 Katz. Dorothy Ann ' 48 Lone, Morion E. ' 50 Larsen. Jeanne ' 50 Leese, Marion ' 48 Levin. Sybil ' 49 Lunde. Marilyn ' 48 Lyon. Jacqueline ' 50 MocDonoId. Morion ' 49 MocKInnon, Merle ' 49 Madsen, Ruth ' 49 Monolides, Mary ' 47 Mason, Morjorie 50 McKeever. Madge ' 49 Meoney. Frances ' 48 Melton. Virginia ' 47 Morhous, Carol ' 48 Muffly. Dorothy ' 48 Olson. Phyllis ' 47 O ' Sullivan, Elaine ' 49 Piestridge, Sally A. " 49 Roy, Ruth ' 48 Richardson, Gloria ' 50 Rinqle, Patricio ' 47 Roddick, Charleen ' 49 Savage, Mildred ' 48 Schreiner. Theresa ' 50 Shanahan. Patricio ' 47 Shave, Doris ' 48 Skaer, Margaret ' 47 Stammers. Patricio ' 49 Stevens, Maijory ' 48 Stoekert, Frances ' 50 Taylor, Joyce Dee ' 49 Toreson, Gladys ' 49 Towle. Morjorie ' 50 Von Ness, Evongeline ' 49 Vose. Betty ' 48 Weber. Allyce ' 50 Westby. Donna 49 Westlund, Vivian ' 49 Wilkeson. Morion ' 48 Windmoyer, Morgoret ' 50 V ood. Patricia ' 47 S»i i l li -«lt Thorstenson, Rosemory, President Bannick, Kris+ine " 49 Bendshadler, Po+ricia ' 48 Bragg, Elizabeth ' 49 Cose, Evelyn Ann ' 48 Costlen. Alice " 49 Clise. Sylvia " 47 Crouch, Mary ' 49 Davis. Patricia ' 50 Day. Shirley ' 49 Delong. Norma ' 48 Doust, Louro ' SO Dowd. Janet ' 48 Drumheller. Virginio ' 49 Easter. Nancy ' 48 Evans, Margaret ' 50 Gallagher. Nancy ' 48 Gilchrist. Lois ' 47 Goff. Carolyn ' 48 HHenderson, Loree ' 49 Holmes, Sandra ' 50 Hu-hes. Kay ' 48 Huston, Polly ' 47 Iverson. Virginia ' 50 Keith. Polly ' 48 King. Jane ' 48 Krehbiel. Shirley ' 49 Krum. Gerry ' 49 Kruse, Jane ' 47 Lantz, Mary Catherine ' 50 Lawton, Nancy ' 49 Lundberg, Margaret ' 48 Moloney, Ann ' 49 Manchester. Jody 43 Maxwell. Mary ' 50 Marble, Mary ' 49 McCord, Horriet ' 47 McRoe, Martha ' 47 Mclnnis, Virginia ' 48 Mclntyre. Jan ' 47 Means, Frances ' 49 Mlddlestote, Mary ' 49 Murray, Marilyn ' 48 Myers, Shirley ' 50 Neils, Barbara ' 47 Nelson, Marge ' 48 Nobles, Dalwyn ' 48 O ' Sullivan, Eileen ' 47 O ' Sullivan. Joon ' 50 Person, Laura Jo ' 49 Quigley, Rosemary ' 50 puinn, Barbora ' 48 Ragle, Emily Gene ' 48 Robertson, Marie ' 48 Rubicon, Denise ' 50 Schafer, Margaret ' 48 Scherenzel, Joan ' 49 Scherenzel, Norma ' 48 Searles, Charleen ' 50 Shorett, Nona ' 48 Simard, Joan ' 47 Smith. Jean ' 48 Smith. Marilyn ' 48 Southwick. Joan ' 49 Strack, Barbara ' 47 Sutherland. Patricia ' 49 Taubman, Lisa ' 47 Templeton, Mary Vevo ' 50 Teutsch, Bocbaro ' 48 Thompson, Claire ' 50 Umphrey, Martha ' 47 Word, Sally ' 49 Wasser, Velmo ' 49 Wholey. Beverly ' 49 Wilson, Joan ' 49 Wilson. Marilyn ' 48 Hflppe HflPPfl Gflfnmfi Founded of Monmouth Col- lege, Monmouth, Illinois, in 1870, Beta Pi chapter, 1905. 75 chapters. Member Nof Pictured: Long, Patricia ' 48 366 Founded ai Wesleyan College, Macon, Geoi- gia, in 1852. Eta Beta chapter, 1917. 67 chap- ters. Members Not Pictured: Barrett, June ' 49 Carlson, Patricia ' 49 Gailey, ' esta ' 49 Jensen. Elso ' 48 Klori ch, Dorothy D. ' 47 Lee, Morjorie ' 50 Lukins, Dorothy ' 47 Miller, Barbara Moore. Patricia ' 49 Ploti, Morion ' 49 Bemis, Mary E., President Barrett, Betty H. ' 50 Blouvelt, Edith M.. ' 47 Bond, Rosemary 49 Brooks. Gloria ' 50 Burkett. Edna M. ' 47 Byron, Carolyn L. ' 48 Cady, Kathryn L. ' 49 Carbone. Martha ' 48 Corr. Jean M. ' 48 Chester, Bette J. ' 50 Coleman, Ann E. ' 48 Converse. Virginia ' 49 Costello. H. Patricio ' 48 Dondois. Helen J. ' 50 Devlin. Frances A. ' 49 Espeveit. Arlene M. ' 49 Fonken, Louise ' 47 Francis. Moxine ' 50 Gaily. Virginia. ' 49 Griesel. Betty ' 49 Handlin, Patricio L. ' 48 Heichel, E. Mourine ' 47 Henderson, Norma ' 47 Holm, Betty E. ' 50 James, Mabel ' 48 Jensen, Marion I. ' 47 Jones, Delores M. ' 49 Jones, Elaine ' 50 Jones. Morylyn L. ' 48 Kolk. LaVelle ' 47 Kongos. Kay ' 47 Korrosch, Patricio ' 49 Kelley, Kay ' 50 Kobernik, Carol ' 49 Lorson, Patricio ' 50 Leibly, Ann M. ' 47 Lund, Lois ' 50 Moller, M.Christine ' 50 Nelson, Betty J. ' 48 Nessly, Shirley ' 48 Nordfors, Mary Jane ' 48 Olson, Morylyn ' 50 Pearce, Pamela ' 50 Pelton, Ruth T, ' 49 Pugsley, Marie ' 47 Rieman, Joyce ' 50 Roy, Beotrice I. ' 49 Samuelson, Alyce Rene ' 47 Stevens. Borboro P. ' 47 Smith, Janet L, ' 48 Smith, Nancy L. ' 49 Smith. Patricio ' 49 Steele, Mary Lou ' 50 Stroub. Jewel ' 50 Thomos, Judy K. ' 49 Weber. Laurel ' 48 Weipert. Morjorie E. ' 47 West, Patricia ' 50 RP m ii p pon n n 367 Williamson, Joanne G. 50 Willumsen, Edith ' 47 Golombeck, Esther, President Bean, Evelyn ' 50 Berliner, Zyndell ' 47 Bridge, Dolores ' 49 Freeman, Helene ' 49 Golden, E. Sheila ' 49 Greenman, Audrey ' 47 Grieff, Gladys ' 47 Horvi+2, Franctne ' 50 Horowitz, S. Diane ' 50 Koti, Dorothy " 50 KJousner, Florence " 49 Laufer. Barbara ' 50 Leopold, Florolel ' 50 Lotzkar, Louise ' 47 Menoshe, Beulah ' 49 Menevltch, Shirley ' 48 Miller, Bertha R. Stostney ' 48 Miller, Gladys ' 48 Mohrer, Hilde " 48 Morton, Sylvia ' 49 Nelson, Reno ' 48 Seidenverg, Evelyn ' 50 Spellmon, Joanne ' 48 Stein, Elolne ' 49 Strauss, Lois ' 49 Udell. Mildred ' 49 Weil, Dorothy ' 49 PHI sienfl SIGfllfl Founded at Hunter Col- lege, New York, New York, in 1913. Beta Beta chap- ter, 1940. 32 chapters. Member Not Pic+ured: Schaffei-, Rita ' 49 368 PI Bflfl PH Anderson, Dorothy, President Anderson. Mory E. ' 50 Archer, Audrey ' 49 Ashe, Kothleen ' 48 Barrett, Marguerite ' 50 Botchelder, Pat, Gr. Bird. Beverly ' 49 Bovee, Betty ' 47 Brannon. Suzanne ' 50 Bryan, DeEtte ' 49 Bryan. Jo ' 48 Buck, Annetto ' 49 Cain, Betty L. ' 49 Calene, Patricia ' 47 Carter, Joy ' 50 Coop, Carrie A. ' 50 Cornett. Guin ' 47 Cowley, Barbara ' 48 Crawford, Barbara ' 50 Crawford. Pat " 47 Cfowshaw. Nodene " 49 Danell, Lorraine ' 47 Dills, Marilyn ' 47 Donohoe, Modeliene ' 47 Dunlop, Ruth ' 48 Feuille. Catherine ' 48 Eraser, Jonice ' 49 Fulton, Bettianne ' 48 Gerson. Joan ' 47 Girdwood, Barbara ' 50 Gore. Helen ' 47 Graham. Betty ' 49 Founded at Monmouth Green. Carol ' 47 II Hogen, Ann 47 College, Monmouth, II- Hansberry, Mary ' 47 linois, in 1867. Wash- Harris, Robin ' 47 .1 I .««-. nr, Hawley, Lyie 49 ing+on Alpha, 1907. 90 , , Hill, Betty C. ' 50 chapters. Howard. Ma,nie ' 48 Hubbard, Doreen ' 48 Ivy. Sally ' 48 Jacobs, Betty ' 48 Kennedy, Jackie ' 49 King. Mary ' 49 Kuns, Carolyn ' 49 Lowton, Jean ' 49 Leek, Gerry ' 48 Lomox. Margery ' 50 l-omoK, Marianne ' 48 Lynch. Molly ' 48 MacDonald, Frances ' 49 Mondley. Fay ' 49 McDonough, Noncy ' 48 McKinley. Carolyn ' 50 Miller. Barbara ' 50 Nelson, Doris ' 49 Norris, Martha ' 49 O ' Neal, Potty ' 48 Pearce. Greto ' 50 Pitzen, Catherine ' 47 Porter. Joan ' 48 Preston. Betty " 47 Reed. Molly ' 48 Ryan, Potricia ' 50 Sauter, Marian ' 47 Schaeffer, Betty ' 48 Schroeder. Sue ' 47 Sinclair, Pat ' 49 Skinner. Koy ' 47 Sorenson, Peggy ' 48 Stearns. Doris ' 50 Stephany. Barbara " 49 Stewort. Aurora ' 48 Stroud. Gerry ' 50 Swonson. Doreen ' 47 Sweeney. Kay ' 47 Tartre, Joanne ' 50 Taylor, Lucy ' 50 Thompson. Donna ' 49 Thompson. Marianno ' 50 Towner. Beverly ' 50 Von Cleve, Bartelle ' 49 Von Dyke. Rosemary ' 47 Weotherly, Suzanne ' 49 Whiteheod, Barbara ' 50 Williams. Borboro ' 49 Wilson, Phyllis ' 48 Woodruff. Pot ' 49 Wright. Shirley " 49 Members Not Pictured: I Janice Jored ' Antoinette Sulak 369 I llldi - A -TN f 0 u m Eichinger. Mory Rufh. President Abbot, Shirley ' 50 Anderson. Delores ' 50 Bardwell. Moryln ' 47 Botes, llene 49 Bloir, Joyce ' 48 Bronsdon, Ruth ' 47 Brower, Phyllis " 50 Corleton. Barbara ' 47 Cloggett, Goyle ' 50 Cooper, Janis, " 48 Craigen, Jonice ' 48 DeBard, Borbora ' 49 Doty, Margaret ' 50 Dye, Delores ' 50 Eaden. Eleanor ' 50 Eaden, Morlbeth ' 50 Featherstone. Suson " 50 Fleider, Mary Lou ' 49 Forner. Martha " 49 Frederick. Noyno ' 48 Graves. Dole ' 47 Grey, Margery ' 48 Grover, Carol ' 50 Hockett, Fredello ' 48 Hart, Dorene ' 48 Haugen, Mary Jean ' 50 Henricksen, Borbora " 49 Hlsken, Helen ' 49 Holland. Mignonette ' 50 Hopper. Jorgene ' 48 Houghland, Charlotte ' 48 Howell, Jean ' 48 Hoyt, Amy Lee " 49 Hullin, Dori ' 49 Kooch, Jeanne " 48 Lybeck, Pattle ' 49 Mognuson, Jean ' 48 Moher, Morjorie ' 48 McCurdy, Margaret ' 48 McDonald. Gloria ' 49 McDonnell, Agnes ' 50 McKeown. Kathleen ' 49 McKInstry, Geneva ' 49 Monnle, Priscillo ' 49 Montbroussous, Alice ' 49 Morgan. Barbara ' 48 Murphy, Barbara " 47 Nelson, Morolyn ' 50 Nelson, Mary Pot ' 47 Nicholas. Alta ' 48 Ochsner, Alysse ' 49 O ' Leary, Betty ' 48 Parker, Maxine " 47 Peterson, Shirley " 50 Phllpott. Botty ' 48 Randall, Leota ' 48 Reynolds, Persis ' 48 Rinqrose. Gloria ' 48 Rochester, Bonnie ' 50 Ruhl. Ruth Ann ' 48 Rowell. Ruth ' 50 Senn, Margery " 47 Severinson, Solly " 48 Shaffer. Margaret ' 49 Sheffendecker, Jeannie ' 49 Sheppord. Lenoro ' 50 Sroufe, Jacklyn " 4B Stove. Normo ' 49 Sworti, Gloria ' 50 Tvete, Dorothy ' 47 Vondermark, Ellen Ann ' 50 Wallace. Ruth ' 48 Weir. Luella ' 48 Wheeler, Carolyn ' 50 Whitehead, Vivlenne ' 47 Windle. Mary K. ' 49 Wolfe, Madeline ' 47 Woodhouse, Ado ' 47 Woodworth. Betty " 50 Worley. Roberta ' 47 Yockel. Shirley ' 49 Young, Bettiann ' 49 Young, Lorraine ' 49 SIGfUfl yPPfl Founded at Colby Col- lege, Wa+ervllle, Maine, in I 874. Mu Chapter, 1910. 40 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Blanc, Marie ' 47 Hart, Margaret ' 48 Holland, Kathleen ' 48 Houghtaling, Corlnne ' 49 Sutton, Gloria ' 48 370 mtifl upsiLon Founded at Unlveisity of Califoi ' nia, Berkeley, Cali- fornia, in 1914; Rho Chap- ter, 1929. Members Not Pictured; Freis, Joan ' 50 Kimsey, Lucreflo ' 49 Latshaw, Patricia ' 50 Lagerquist, June LeVerne Gr Menefee, Glenna ' 50 Prentice, Barbara ' 50 Leory, Patricia, President Blois, Anita-Lee ' 50 Bremner, Margoret ' 49 Cava, Gloiio 48 Davidson. Catherine ' 50 Davis, Jeanne ' 49 Dougherty, Jean ' 48 Frank. Betty Lou ' 48 Gustotson. Beverly A. ' 50 Jones, Anita M. ' 49 Kreide, Margaret E. Lemleux, Nedra H. ' 50 Lindsay. Iris Anne ' 48 Moe, Phyllis Aose ' 47 Norrls. Dorothy L. ' 49 Odermot, Rita Ardelle ' 49 Odermat, Yolanda M. ' 48 Oien. Florito M. ' 49 Ozerkoff. Irene L. ' 48 Pitzen, Ruth R. ' 50 Rohrer, Beverly Elaine ' 49 Salts. Mary D. ' 49 Schurmon, Virginia J. ' 47 Scott, Polly Joan ' 50 Scott. Mary ' 50 Simmons, Hazel Fern ' 48 Torrey, Phyllis Jeonne ' 49 Trucono, Lucille ' 47 Young, Elizabeth ' 48 371 Neel. Lorraine, President Babcock. Merrill ' 50 Bailey. Nathylie ' 50 Bentiey, Ann ' 50 Bigelow. Eileen ' 50 Browne, Kathlyn ' 50 Buck, Roselyn ' 48 Garden, Dorothy ' 50 Cavan, Marilyn ' 47 Clement, Carolyn ' 49 Clement, Francis ' 47 Cook, Barbara ' 49 Dennison, Inez, ' 49 Eckert, Beverly ' 50 Edwards, Shirley ' 47 Ellis, Betty Mae ' 50 Engstrom, Doris ' 50 Ferguson, Mary Ellen ' 50 Forsbeck, Mary Lou ' 47 Gilmon, Morilou ' 50 Goelti, Helen ' 49 Goelti, Sybil ' 48 Green, Barbara ' 50 Haggen, Martha ' 50 Hall, Janet ' 49 Hamon, Betty ' 48 Haylette, Kenne ' 48 Hellenthal, Patricio ' 48 Hodges, Magoret ' 49 Holtorp, Alberta ' 48 Hopper, Charlotte ' 48 Hurd, Betty Louise ' 48 Johnson, Juonlta ' 48 Kinney, Luella ' 47 Lewis, Betty Mae Gr. Long, Phyllis ' 48 Lovejoy, Jane ' 49 Luvero, Phyllis ' 50 Mallery, Frances Ann ' 50 Mcllraith, Glenno ' 48 McMurray, Loras ' 48 McCullough, Mary ' 49 Miller, Eleanor ' 50 Morgan, Patricia ' 47 Neeley, Ellen ' 50 Newton, Nancy ' 47 Olsen, Joanne ' 48 Olson, Carol ' 49 Piekenbrock, Betty ' 50 Sawyer, Caroline ' 49 Shaffer, Bryanetfa ' 48 Sleverling, JoAnn ' 49 Stevens, Eliiabeth ' 49 Tews, Joan ' 49 Thompson, Judy, ' 50 Thompson, Shirley ' 47 VonGoerti, Ruth ' 49 ZEIfl IflU ALPHA Founded ot Virginia State Noimal School, Faimville, Virginia, in 1898. Psi chapter, 1917. 83 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Biener, Betty Lou ' 48 Fox, Priscilla ' 48 Johnson, Louise ' 49 Murphy, Marilyn ' 49 Vollin, Margaret ' 50 Walker, Georgann ' 48 Wilson, Bee ' 47 372 CLUB Panhellenic sponsored organ- ization of unaffiliated soror- ity women from other cam- puses. Originated University of Washington, 1946. Members Not Pictured: Jones. Dorothea ' 47 Delta Gamma Univ. of Southern California McCroskey. Nancy ' 47 Kappa Alpha Theta Washington State College Osborn, Jane ' 47 Delto Gamma Willamette University Minor, Maty K., President Delta Delta Delta Univ. of Oregon Bolch. Marge ' 48 Kappa Koppo Gamma Univ. of Idaho Beermon, Phyllis ' 47 Alpha Phi Univ. of Nebraska Brockman, Mary Lou ' 48 Alpha Chi Omega Whitman College Conley, Jeanne ' 48 Alpha Xi Delta Ohio Wesleyan Cordlner, Jean ' 48 Alpha Chi Omega Whitman College Dundas, Marge ' 49 Alpha Gamma Delta Montana State College Greenberg, Marian " 47 Alpha Chi Omega Univ. of Idaho Hollomon, Betty ' 48 Alpha Chi Omega Whitman College Jenner, Marian ' 49 Delta Gamma Colorado College Johnson. Margie ' 48 Alpha Chi Omega Whitman College Lund, Helen A. ' 47 Kappa Alpha Theta Montana State Univ. McDonald, Lois ' 47 Delta Gamma Univ. of Oregon Malmedal, Betty ' 49 Delta Epsilon Phi Minot Teachers College Martin, Sally ' 47 Kappa Alpha Theta Washington Stote Coll. Murphy, Esther ' 48 Sigma Kappa Washington State Coll. Murray, Mary Jo ' 47 Alpha Chi Omega Washington State Coll. Ferryman, Charlotte ' 49 Kappa Kappa Gamma Whitman College Reed, Joan ' 47 Sigma Kappa Washington Stote Coll. Stanley, Jeanne ' 48 Alpha Chi Omega Univ. of lowo Thompson, Betty ' 47 Kappa Kappa Gamma Oregon State College Van Hees, Virginia ' 47 Pi Beta Phi Washington State Coll. 373 FRlTERilTlES 374 OTffi-fynfifiiiy couocil THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL provides a common basis for tying together oil the fraternities in their goal to further campus spirit as well as to help serve the school. Its purpose Is fo coordinate and supervise all inter-fraternity relationships. Zellmer, Willard Acacia Elzey, James Alpha Delta Phi Osteihouf, Fred Alpha Sigma Phi Richardson, Paul Alpha Tau Omega Sorber, Martin Beta Theta Pi Borthel, Burr Chi Phi Campbell, Lee Chi Psi Gilbertson. Merlin Delta Chi Evans. Phil Delto Kappa Epsilon Gragg, Mike Delto Tau Delto Cunningham, Bill Delta Upsilon Rowland, Jim Kappo Sigma Schuld. James Lambda Chi Alpho Roy Gordner Phi Delta Theto McLean, Southerland Phi Gommo Delta Anderson, Dick Phi Kappa Psi Greenwood, Jim Phi Kappa Sigma Sorenson, Arthur Phi Kappa Tou O ' Neil, George Phi Sigma Kappo Bigby, Dean Pi Kappa Alpha Snider, Wayne Pi Koppa Phi Ferriss, hiank Psi Upsilon Sodlck, Arnold Sigma Alpha Mu Anderson, Eldon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Gamble, Lew Sigma Chi Nichols, Jack Sigma Nu Keating, Jack Sigma Phi Epsilon Wright, Paul Tau Koppa Epsilon Powell, Robert Tau Phi Delta Wilson, Louis T. Theta Chi Vachon, Ellis Theta Delta Chi Bennett, Kenneth Theta Xi Keiter, George Zeto Beta Tau Potton, Harry Zeto Psi Officers at left: Ward Cole. President; Paul Madison. President; Ray Gardner. Vice-President; Jim Slay- den, Treasurer; Bruce Walter. Inter-relations Coun- selor. Not pictured: Tim McGuire. Treasurer. junioR initR-fyifRoiiy couficiL THE REPRESENTATIVE FOR EACH FRATERNITY in the Council Is the president of the pledge class, tn their monthly meetings current orgonizational problems and compus cooperative activities are discussed. Not Pictured: Harry Backman, Phi Delta Theta; George Keisel, Pi Kappa Phi. Hicks, John President McCredy. Clarence Acacia Davles, Thomas A. Alpha Delta Phi Johnson, Cliff Alpha Sigma Phi Hall, Lewis Alpha Tau Omega Makus, Jock Beta Theta Pi Koprulu, Ertugrul Chi Phi Grim, Keith Chi Psi Hanobin, Bill Delta Chi Williams. Ross Delta Kappa Epsilon Marcus, A. Mark Delta Upsilon Wood, James B. Kappa Sigma Page, W. D. Lambdo Chi Alpha Borth, Dean Phi Gamma Del+o Blecken. Robert Phi Kappa Psi Sorlee, Ossle Phi Kappa Tau Thomas, Jock Phi Kappa Sigma Coles, Allan Phi Sigma Kappa Gross, Alan Pi Kappa Alpha Baker, George Psi Upsilon Ward, Don Sigma Alpha Epsilon Brest, Bob Sigma Alpha Mu Dore, Jim Sigma Chi Rinehart, Mick Sigma Nu Johnson, George Tap Kappa Epsilon Fisher, Allen Tau Phi Delta Johnson. Rod Theta Chi Hackett, James Theta Delta Chi King, Jim Theto Xi Nudelmon, Gerry Zeta Beta Tau Broom, John R. Zeta Psi 377 Zellmer, Willord A.. President Bonney, Oren V. ' 48 Box. Merton D. ' 50 Buckley. Sidney R. ' 47 Burdue, Williom ' 50 Burdue, Jesse L. ' 50 Coughron, William ' 49 Dotson. Bennie ' 50 Dudley. John W. ' 49 Fenton. David B. ' 48 Gu+hrte. Gene F. ' 50 Hansen, Loren ' 49 Heintzelmon. Oliver Gr. Jensen. Norman ' 47 Lewis. Eugene ' 48 McCredy. Clarence ' 50 Moron. James E.. Jr. ' 48 Picord. Jack H. ' 46 Richards. John S. ' 50 Robinson, William F, ' 49 Stover. Chorles D. ' 49 Warner, George ' 48 West. Gerald W. ' 50 Whistler. Wilton M. ' 48 flCflClfl Founded ai Michigan i 1904. 39 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Angvire, Richard ' 50 Baarson, William ' 50 Berry, George ' 50 Evans, Clifford ' 49 Johnson, Howard ' 48 LaMay, Vernon ' 50 Schwarti. George ' 48 Sherry, George ' 50 Stauffer, Morrie ' 50 Vail, James ' 48 Zier. Virgil ' 50 378 HLPHfl OfLIfl PHI -ounded of Hamilton College, Clinton, New fork, in 1932. Wash- ngton chapter, 1921. 27 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Abbott, Keith ' 48 Boney, George Gr. Curkendall, Thomas ' 47 Fenton, Addison ' 47 Hannah. Phillip ' 47 Jeffs, George ' 47 MacBride, Phillip Gr. MacLane, Donald ' 47 MacLone, William ' 50 May, Charles ' 47 179 Elzey, James, President Ackley. Richard ' 50 Atwater. Thomos ' 48 Beam. Richard ' 50 Birdlebough. Harold ' 49 Brennan, Thomas ' 50 Bricker, James ' 50 Brookbank, John ' 49 Butler. Robert ' 48 Clark, Donald ' 47 Couch. Leo ' 48 Coryell, Kirby Gr. Crittenden, Charles ' 50 Crittenden. William ' 50 Davies, Thomas ' 50 Dean, Lewis ' 49 Douglas. David ' 49 Eader. Ronald ' 50 Enger. Otto ' 50 Finrow, Douglas ' 48 Francke, John ' 48 Fraser, Ralph ' 49 Gellien, Donald ' 50 Gingrich, Harold ' 49 Gordon, Chester ' 49 Green, Sherman ' 49 Holgren. Peter ' 47 Hays. Richard ' 50 Heppenstall, Robert ' 50 Holland. James ' 48 Hume. Rollln ' 48 Johns, Everts ' 48 Kraft, Warren ' 50 Knudson. Robert ' 48 Kristopherson. August ' 47 Lowthion, Kenneth ' 48 Maurer, Charles ' 48 McNamee, Davis ' 50 McNamee, Shurly ' 48 Moore, William ' 50 Morton, Wesley ' 49 Myeis, Harvey ' 50 Myers, Wendell ' 47 Noubert, Harry ' 47 Neils, Gerhard ' 50 O ' Connor, Bernard Gr. Pryoi-, Thomas ' 49 Riley, William ' 50 Robinson, Samuel ' 47 Schmidt. Peter ' 47 Schnaldt. Herbert ' 49 Schuur, Richard ' 48 Schweitzer, Lamar ' 50 Shonahan, Michael ' 47 Shinstrom, Richard ' 49 Squire. James ' 48 Stearns, Crockett ' 47 Stearns. Jack ' 50 Strope, Alva ' 47 Swanson, Robert ' 50 Thompson, John ' 50 Toothaker. Joel ' 50 VanEaten, John ' 47 Wagner, Calvin ' 49 Wolter, Bruce " 47 Warren. James ' 50 White, Roy Gr. Woolsey, Alfred ' 50 HmMMM m m Osterhout, Fred A., President Adkisson, William C. ' 47 Allen, William C. ' 49 Amburn. Donald L. Gr. Austin. James R. ' 47 Baker, John R. ' 50 Barclay, Donald D. ' 49 Borth, Perry L. ' 48 Boss, Leiand R. ' 47 Bolon, John J. ' 49 Bouick, Robert B. ' 48 Broodbooks, N. Bruce ' 47 Brooks, Harold W. Gr. Burrows, Kenneth G. ' 48 Burrows, Richord L. ' 50 Chopin, Russell D. ' 47 Clark, Robert W. K. ' 48 Cockburn, Lynn C. ' 47 Cunningham. Wm. N. ' 49 Dohl, Perry J. ' 49 Day, Bob ' 48 Dressel, Harold H. ' 47 Edwords. Thomas W. ' 49 Fclton. Sam ' 49 Fenton, Frank T. ' 50 Franck, Richard N. ' 48 Graham. Delbert S. ' 49 Gerth. Robert ' 49 Groger. Horry K. ' 48 Hoppold. Paul W. ' 48 Harsh. Randy ' 49 Hebert, Edward R. ' 48 Hill, H.Leigh ' 47 Hingston, Williom C. ' 50 Houghton, William H. ' 50 Ihlonteldt, Robert L. ' 49 Irvine, John W, ' 47 Jacobsen, Ivan R. ' 50 Jensen, Walter E. ' 50 Johnson, Cliff ' 50 Jorstad, Dove ' 50 Koldol, James B. ' 49 Keeney, George A. ' 47 Kirk, Horley E. Gr. Kostol, Carl R. ' 48 Kunnecke. Walter ' 48 Loqer, Roy ' 48 Lauber, Charles D. ' 47 Lowery. Robert ' 47 McBorron, Stan ' 50 McCann, Richard ' 47 McCormIck, William P. ' 47 McLaughlin. James A. ' 50 Moloney, Robert M. ' 49 Moloney. Thomas E. ' 47 McQuorrie, Robert B. ' 50 Miller, William G. ' 50 Mllroy, Walt ' 47 Mitchell, Robert M. ' 50 Morris, Robert C. ' 47 Nash. Albert M. ' 48 Nosh. Chorles Gr. Newton. Richard E. ' 50 Nordqulst, Bruce H. ' 50 Ostrum, Donald D. ' 48 Patten, Liegh M. ' 47 Pfoff. John P. ' 47 Porker, Richard W. ' 50 Personeus. Frank B. ' 49 Peters. Donald R. ' 48 Petrey, Gerold R. ' 50 Pountoin, Melvin D. ' 50 Powell, John H. ' 47 Quockenbush, C. R. ' 49 Revercomb, William ' 48 Relsdorff, Kenneth ' 47 Rugg, Milton E. ' 49 Ruthford, Charles G. ' 49 Schlouch. William H. ' 48 Schoenlng. William Still, C. Marvin ' 50 Thome, Matt R. ' 50 Thompson, Harold C. ' 50 Turner, Robert G. ' 48 Von Ness, Lewis W. ' 50 Walton, Frank E. ' 50 Witherbee, Dole B. ' 49 Witherbee. Lewis C. ' 49 Wotton. Willis P. ' 49 Young, William E. ' 49 flLPIifl SIGfllfl PH Founded at Yale College in 1845. Muchap+ei-, 1912. 60 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Clark. Charles W. ' 49 Fuller. Thomas M. ' 47 Koso. Ben D. ' 49 MocQueen. Donald A. ' 48 McMillan, Donald A. ' 49 Tart. Roberts. ' 50 Vickery. Douglas E. ' 49 I 380 flLPHH OHlfGfl Founded at Richmond, Vir- ginia, in 1865. Gamma PI chapter, 1906. 96 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Bjorklund. Vernon Gr. Brockman, Calvin ' 48 Gafhman. Robert ' 48 Haynes, John R. ' 49 Ho berg, John ' 50 Medlicott. William J. ' 50 Moss. Richard ' 48 Redlin. Donald ' 47 Ryan, Raymond ' 48 Thompson, hiarold ' 47 Vonsell, Arleigh L. ' 48 Wolmsley, George ' 49 Weinmeister, Arnold ' 48 Wingender, John R. Gr. Wright, Joseph N. ' 48 " W 381 Richardson, Paul R., President Anderson, Clyde B. ' A8 Arnold, Gordon C. ' 50 Atkins, James V. ' 46 Bailey. Joseph H. ' 47 Baker, Louis V. ' 47 Barneich, Edward G. ' 48 Beach, Richard J. ' 49 Biorklund, Bob L. ' 4? BJanchard, Wheaton D. ' 48 Bolkan, Freeman P. ' 49 Bowden, Allen A. ' 48 Bressler, Eugene ' 47 Browman, Robert C. ' 48 Brown, Stuart C. ' 48 Burklund Warren D. ' 47 Burrus, Fletcher R. ' 50 Byrd, Nordon A. Gr. Ccnrow, Walter R. ' 50 Cuip, Gordon C. ' 50 Dines, Charles W., Jr. ' 48 Dodqe. Robert M. ' 49 Durkan, Martin J. ' 47 Ervin, Richard M. ' 49 Estep, Don L. ' 50 Finneqan, Joseph C. ' 49 French. Dona! ' 49 Funsinn, Edward ' 47 Funsinn, William R. ' 47 Gardner, Robert C. 50 Gaiecki, William T. ' 47 Gordon, John M. ' 49 Gouge, Donald H. ' 49 Grant, Donald A. ' 49 Grinnell, F. King " 50 Hall. Lewis ' 48 Hanley. William J. ' 47 Harlacher. Joseph, Jr. ' 49 Haynes, Harold L. ' 47 Hedeen, Rick L. ' 48 Heflin. Beniamin T. ' 49 Hensey. John W. ' 50 Hesiin, James ' 49 Hickey, Loran Gr. Hiqqins. Kenneth " 50 Hill, George C. ' 50 Hutchinson, David C. " 48 Jacques, Guy ' 50 Johnson, Robert B. ' 48 Johnson, Robert F. ' 49 Johnson. George A. ' 47 Jungers, Francis N. ' 47 Kelleher, Richard L. ' 50 Kent, James W. ' 49 Kocher, Albert J. ' 50 Kosbab. Lyie A. ' 49 LaChance, Robert F. ' 50 LaPore. Gerald E. ' 48 Lewis. Frank E. ' 49 Lovett. Wendell H. ' 47 Ludwig. David ' 48 MacDonald, Donald C. ' 50 MacKenzie, Bradley ' 50 Maguire, Frederick H. ' 47 Matthews, Robert H. ' 48 McGowan, Raymond L. ' 50 McNeal, Warren F. ' 47 Meier, David L. ' 49 Miiich, Joseph T. ' SO Munday, David S. ' 49 Norton, David A. Gr. Oliver. Harry C. Jr. ' 48 OIney, Herbert F. ' 50 Peckenpaugh, John D., Jr. ' ' Pembroke. John M. ' 50 Peterson, Frank G. ' 48 Peterson. Richard E. ' 50 Peterson, Warren R. ' 47 Pilchard. Daniel E. ' 47 Popp, Wilbert P. ' 47 Pregent. Robert C. ' 50 Prentice, Gordon A. ' 50 Rash, Robert W. ' 48 Ratliffe, Paul R. ' 50 Reger, Donald ' 47 Richards. William E. ' 48 Reynolds, Sewall L. ' 49 Richardson, David F. ' 49 Roberts, Alan ' 48 Robinson Melvin M. ' 48 Roll, Frederick R., Jr. ' 50 Rossman, Dale V. ' 49 Rukan. Arnold E. ' 49 Sandall. Donald B. ' 50 Sandall. Raymond F. ' 50 Sander, Henry K. ' 50 Schnell, Roger M. ' 48 Schramm, Gordon E. ' 49 Scott, Cecil R. ' 50 Shaver, George H. ' 47 Sherwood. Gordon B. ' 48 Shorett. John H. ' 47 Sitton, John R. ' 48 Smith, Melbourne R. L. ' 47 Snow, Gordon W. ' 49 Stanley, Samuel L. ' 50 Stanley, William P. ' 49 Stewart, Clark L. ' 50 Strege. William ' 47 Sullivan, Joseph ' 49 Sullivan, Robert P. ' 49 Thompson, Ivan E. ' 47 Tobiason, Walter, Jr. ' 50 Van Rooy. William C. ' 48 Walters. Frank A. ' 48 Weeks. Walter E.. Jr. ' 47 Wiggins. Robert A. ' 50 Will, James C. ' 47 Wold, DeWitt E. ' 49 Young. Bradley W. ' 47 onom 9 1 WIMM flit i omppn Sorber, Martin, President Anderson. Dorrel ' 48 Austin, Gerry ' 47 Bender, Nat ' 50 Bird, Robert ' 47 Bonnell, Pau ' 49 Brewer, Philip ' 50 Breitenberg, Donald ' 50 Brokaw. Dean ' 48 Brown, Edward ' 50 Cahill, Daniel ' 49 Cahill, David ' 48 Cavanaugh, Fronk ' 47 Chandler, William ' 48 Chappell, William ' 48 Clevenger, David ' 47 Coryell, Donald ' 50 Cotter, Robert ' 47 Coultas, Lee ' 47 Dickey, Harlan ' 50 Doane, Richard ' 47 Douglas, Donald ' 48 Eckmann, James ' 50 Eckmonn, Robert ' 47 Frankland, William ' 48 Fry, David ' 48 Gellotly, Bruce ' 50 Gross, Richard ' 49 Haner, Donald ' 48 Haner, Jack ' 49 Hansen, Al ' 50 Harris, Robert ' 50 Hausmonn, Bryce ' 48 Howes, Malcolm ' 48 Helsell, William ' 48 Henehon, Ulic ' 47 Hungar, Gordon ' 47 Ingram, William ' 50 Kafer, Howard ' 47 Keeney, Frank ' 50 Keeney, Harold Gr. Keller, Richard ' 48 Kerchival, Robert ' 48 Kerchival, Ronald ' 50 Killam, Nick ' 50 Kriebel, Robert ' 47 LaRue, Jock ' 47 Lawheod, William ' 48 Lee, Robert ' 47 Lewis, Walter ' 48 Lofgren, Omar ' 50 Lynch, William ' 49 Maines, Bruce ' 47 Makus, Jack ' 50 Martin, Jack ' 48 McAuley, Bruce ' 50 McCollum, John ' 49 Metiger, Marcus ' 50 Moftot, John ' 49 Munger, Robert ' 47 Ogden, Neir50 Olson, Charles ' 50 Olson, Walter ' 47 Onstott, Howard ' 50 Osborn, Robert Gr. O ' Shea. Edward ' 49 Pitt, Robert ' 48 Provo, Frederick ' 48 Purcell, Joe ' 47 Randlett, Herb ' 47 Regan, Robert ' 50 Richardson, Eugene ' 47 Rollow, Jack ' 49 Ruhling, Richard ' 49 Schroeder, Jerry ' 50 Sholdt, Williom ' 50 Sibold, Donn ' 47 Smith, William ' 48 Stevenson, Rees ' 48 Sweet, John Gr. Taylor, William ' 47 Tuesley, Bruce ' 47 Thompson, Robert ' 50 Thompson, Robert L. ' 47 Trager. Robert ' 48 Tremper, William ' 48 Van Eaton. Robert ' 48 Watkins. Marion ' 50 Watson. Richard ' 48 Wetiel. Jerry ' 48 Wichman. Robert ' 49 Wichmon, William ' 48 Wilson, Chuck ' 50 Winder. Robert ' 50 iHfie PI Founded at Miami Univer- sity, Oxford, Ohio, in 1839. Beta Omega chapter, 1901. 90 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Darton, Pat ' 47 Doug herty, Richard ' 47 Elieff, Frank ' 49 Finn, John ' 49 GIssberg, William Gr. Grosenick, Carl ' 47 Koenig, Quentin Gr. McCormick, Williom ' 48 Sutclitfe, Stanley ' 47 Swoniey, Gene Gr. Thies, Frederick ' 47 382 CH PH Founded In 1824. Beta Delta chapter, 1925. 33 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Burg. Maclyn ' 50 Gozum. Fahreddin " 47 Karamatic, Tony ' 49 Barthel, W. Burr, President Ball, Thomas S. ' 49 Blue, ' William H. ' 50 Bowermon, John H. 47 Connor, Garland E. ' 50 Gorton, Thomas Q. ' 47 Guthrie, Richard T. ' 50 Hakonson, Thor B. ' 50 Harris, Robert A. ' 50 Jones, Gordon R. ' 50 Koprulu, Ertugrul M. ' 49 Liddell, William A. ' 50 Linneman, Aloys J. ' 50 Ludwig, Kendoll E. ' 49 Moore, Wollace D. ' 50 Nelswender, Chester E. ' 50 Pope, Lester E. ' 49 Selvidqe, James N. ' 50 Stroh, Kenneth D. ' 50 Teibel, Willard W. ' 49 Thorpe, Franklin K. ' 50 Versoi, Richard P. ' 50 Wolstad, Fred W. ' 50 383 Macdonald, William H., President Allin, George S. ' 49 Armstrong, James D. ' 47 Armstrong. Thomas W. ' 48 Atwoter, Robert ' 49 Aust, Kenneth F. ' 47 Boillie, Jerald C. ' 49 Betsill, Jomes L. ' 49 Bogue, Philip R. ' 47 Bleakney, Thomas P. ' 50 Bleck. Robert G. ' 50 Brooks. William J. ' 48 Bushnell. Thomas L. ' 48 Campbell, F. Lee ' 47 Christiansen. William ' 47 Cleasby, Gilbert, ' 48 Cook. Gordon T. ' 50 Cummings, Robert C. ' 50 Cummings, Russel ' 50 Decker, Kenneth W. ' 48 Dowling, George A. ' 47 Dowling, James T. ' 48 Eberharter, Richard L, ' 49 Ediund, Donald C. ' 50 Ellison, William O. ' 50 Farmer, Robert L. ' 48 Ferguson, Alan ' 47 Franklin, Warren P. ' 48 French, Richard J. ' 49 Funk, Roy I. ' 47 Graham, Evan K. ' 49 Graham, George E. ' 48 Grim, Keith G. ' 49 Guernsey, Lisle ' 47 Hamilton, J. E., Jr. ' 4 James, Walter T. ' 48 Jenkins, Richard ' 47 Johnson, Roger W. ' 50 King, Paul M. ' 47 Lawrence, William G. ' 48 Lesher, Jack F. ' 49 Mack, Donald R. ' 48 Mairet, Charles J. ' 49 May, Stephen T. ' 50 McElroy, William F, ' 49 McLean, Robert B. ' 50 Morgan, Allen J. ' 50 Morrison, Seth W. Ill ' 49 Murray, Richard M. ' 47 Myer, Robert J. ' 50 Nachtwey, Edward P. ' 50 Nachtwey, Lloyd, Jr. ' 48 Nerlond, S. Gerald ' 50 Osterlund, Carl R. ' 50 Solo, James A. ' 50 Scott, Robert A. ' 48 Skalley, Thomas W. ' 50 Stimson, Douglas J. ' 50 Tonnler, James R. ' 48 Van Brunt, Norman A. Gr Walsh, Paul R. ' 50 Weaver, Arthur R. Gr Wilcox, Milol. ' 49 CH PS Founded at Union Col- lege in 1841. Alpha Theta Delta chapter, 1921. 25 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Norton, Davis B. ' 49 Krom, Randolph H. ' 48 Nord, Robert A. Gr. Ross, Robert B. ' 47 384 DELTA CH Founded atCoinell Uni- versity in 1890. Wash- ington chapter. 1908. 35 chapters. Members Not Pictured; Best, William ' 49 Brown, Edward J. ' 50 Brown, Lloyd C. ' 50 Connelly, Robert Gr. Dennison, C. Robert ' 49 Heston, Clifford D. ' 49 Holmstad, Ralph E. ' 50 Kurti, Norman F. ' 50 Jones, Walter H. ' 50 McGill, Frederick M. ' 49 Mortin, E. Howard ' 49 Morseth, Richard ' 47 Peterson, Raymond E. ' 50 Piggott, Douglas J. ' 50 Scott, A. Terrell ' 50 385 Gilbertson, Merlin R., President Archer, DeLonce L. ' 50 Archer, Glen E. ' 50 Armstrong, Bruce O. ' 49 Barnett, Clarence ' 47 Berg, Paul L. ' 47 Cardie, Douglas A. ' 49 Chapman, William A. ' 50 Cheney, William R. ' 50 Clark, James E. ' 47 Cogshall, Phillip D. ' 50 Cooley, Jay D. ' 50 Cook, Farrell E. ' 47 Cornett, Allan D. ' 50 Craig, Robert M. ' 49 Daly, Jack T. ' 50 Oilier, Murray W. ' 48 Fisk, James G. ' 49 Foley, John A. ' 49 Hanson, Donald C. ' 47 Hanson, John M. ' 48 Hougen, Roy O. ' 47 Heritage, Gordon A. ' 49 Hoglund, Paul A. ' 50 Horrobin, William G. ' 49 Houlahan, Jock A. ' 50 Humason, Harlan H. ' 50 Hunter, Jerry M. ' 48 Kean, Wallace R. ' 50 Kepla, George M. ' 49 Klein, Max B. Gr. Koehler, Roland R. ' 48 Koehler, Vern R. ' 49 Lange, Eivind G., Jr. ' 50 Lashbaugh, Donald ' 50 LeVon, William S. ' 49 Linden, Glenn M. ' 50 Manson, M. Phil Gr. Markham, William E. ' 50 McDermott, Ray G. ' 49 McDonald, Lee ' 49 Moore, Normond L. ' 50 Mowry, Wayne A. ' 49 Nelson, Paul Nystedt, Wendell C. ' 48 Ober, Frederick A. ' 50 O ' Grady, Robert E. ' 50 Olson, J. Winton ' 48 Peterson, Warren G. ' 48 Piro, James L. ' 50 Raley, James H. ' 49 Ranch, Robert E. ' 49 Rice, Howard S. ' 48 Riddle, Wm. Stanley ' 50 Robinson, Dougles E. ' 48 Schlicker, Alfred R. ' 50 Sheoffer, Charles R. ' 49 Sola, Eriing S. ' 50 Squires, Martin L. ' 47 Stief, Robert A. ' 50 Sullivan, George W, ' 50 Taylor, Allen ' 49 Trucano, James S. ' 48 Utterback, Thomas W. ' 47 Van Slyke, Elston W. ' 48 Watson, Robert W. ' 49 Whitmore, Ernest R. ' 48 Wilke, Jack H. ' 49 Williams, William ' 49 Wilson, Warren R. ' 49 Wright, Robert F. ' 50 Evans, Phil, President Bany. Gerald T. ' 50 Benyon, oJe ' 50 Black, David S. ' 50 Blake, Buel B. ' 50 Bui-t, Don ' 49 Clark, Jack ' 50 Creech, John G. ' 49 Culllton, William A. ' 50 Dailey, Walter S. ' 49 Doming, William ' 50 Ewart, George ' 48 Hoff, Virgil ' 49 Hunt, Alfred C. ' 48 Hyde, James ' 50 Keeney, Donald ' 47 Kidwiler, William Knopp, Dillis ' 48 Knapp, James W. ' 50 Kurth, Robert ' 50 Lee, Floyd R. ' 47 Lycette, Jock P. ' 50 McCufdy, Thomos ' 49 Mohaffey, Robert ' 48 Mahaffey, Rodney ' 50 Moron, Molcom ' 50 Osborn, Stanley ' 49 Petersen, Raymond J. ' 48 Peterson, Richard ' 47 Pratt, William ' 50 Reid, Robert G. Gr. RIsbell, George ' 47 Robinson, Patrick ' 49 RIkken, Jack ' 50 Secoy, Clyde ' 50 Snyder, James ' 50 Sparling, John ' 47 Speidel, Conrad ' 47 Stevenson, Herbert ' 50 Steward, Donald ' 48 Stewart, Dugold ' 49 Stroughan, Robert ' 50 Torbill, John ' 49 Weeks, David ' 48 Welts, Keith ' 47 Wheeler, James ' 47 Whittle, Brooks, ' 50 Williams, Ross ' 50 Wolstenholme, Carl ' 47 DfLIfl yppfi fPSILO Founded at Yale In 1844. Kappa Epslion chapter In 1910. 47 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Borrick, Jomes ' 49 BIgnold, Bruce ' 49 Bouillon, Dick ' 50 Chisholm, Joseph ' 49 Cunningham, Jack ' 49 Gi ' aham. Jim ' 50 Huffman, Bob ' 48 Lewis, Harlan, ' 50 Maguire, Timothy ' 47 Snyder, Lou ' 47 Torbill, Thomas ' 50 386 ofLie leu OtLTfl Founded at Be+hany, West Virginia, In 1859. Gamma Mu Chapter, 1808. 75 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Ames, Albert ' 48 Bean, Thomas ' 47 Elicker, Charles ' 48 Fraser, Robert Hilbun, Robert ' 48 Hugglns, Robert ' 48 Hunt, Harry ' 47 Knell, Phillip C.Gr. Perkins, William ' 50 Peterson, Roger ' 49 Raden, Randy ' 47 Robison. Merrill Gr. Shelton, Beck ' 48 Spickord, Andrew Swenney, Richard ' 48 Woldenden, Alexander ' 4 Zapp, Mathew ' 50 ' I 387 ll Sragg, J, Michael, President Adair, Joseph ' 47 Angell, Howard ' 49 Ayer, Robert ' 48 Bartch, George ' 49 Bell, Walter R. ' 49 Bockwoldt, Walter ' 50 Brenton, Wilbur ' 49 Briggs, James W. ' 47 Brusegcard, Thomas ' 49 Burriss, John ' 47 Bursett, Bernard ' 49 Carpenter, William ' 50 Carter, Wesley ' 48 Cash, Ashley R. ' 49 Clark, Willis ' 49 Clinkenbeard, David ' 50 Colbert, George ' 50 Copps, Williom ' 49 Corbett, John D. ' 48 Davis, Clork A. ' 50 Downing, Leonard W. ' 50 Dunnington, R. A. Gr. Eddy, Preston ' 47 Ehlers, George ' 50 Fish, James ' 49 Friti, Herbert L. ' 47 Hicks, John D. ' 49 Holsinger, Ronald ' 50 Hood, John D. ' 47 Jackmon, Donald ' 50 Ketcheson, David ' 48 Kilner, Patrick ' 49 Kloster, Robert ' 49 Kolb, Keith Gr. Lacey, William ' 50 Meixner, Harry ' 47 Minor, Dean ' 50 Minor, Don ' 50 Minor, Jack ' 50 Mitchell, James B. ' 48 Morrison, Boyd ' 48 Morrow, Robert ' 50 Nelson, Lew Roe ' 50 Nelson, James ' 50 Nulle, Donald ' 47 Nygreen, Paul ' 48 Parker, James ' 49 Payne, Herbert ' 50 Preiffer, Richard ' 47 Picha, James ' 48 Pitcher, Robert ' 50 Rothbun, Denny ' 50 Reid, John ' 47 Riggs, F. Eugene ' 50 Roberson, Frank ' 47 Rowse, Robert R. ' 49 Sanford, Joseph E. ' 48 Schick, David ' 48 Schroeder, Robert H. ' 49 Shapton, W. Gobert Gr. Sill, Thomas ' 47 Sill, William ' 49 Sims, Bruce ' 49 Smith, Lawrence ' 48 Smith, Norman Gr. Sowders, Robert ' 47 Stevens, James R. ' 48 Stevenson, Robert E. ' 48 Stowall, Ernest V. ' 49 Summers, Charles L. ' 48 Thompson, Frank ' 48 Todd, David V. ' 49 Von Lossow, James ' 50 Walker, Ronald ' 50 Walls, Elwood ' 49 Warp, O.Stanley ' 48 Westrom, Frederick N. ' 50 Whiting, Theodore ' 50 Williams, Harry M. ' 49 Youngblood, John T. ' 48 Zander, Earle E. ' 49 k [%mmm t: i:. % t S tf I ' f ! m m w W wj- m nnnm Cobley, Raymond F.. President Adolphion. Roland A. ' 49 Allsop, Arthur P. ' 50 Ayres, Allen P. ' 50 Barr, Neal M. ' 49 Bayless. George A. ' 49 Bell, Gerald R. ' 48 Bender. Wilbur W. ' 49 Benson. Arthur F. ' 48 Bert, Edward ' 50 Bibb, Robert C. ' 47 Blevins, Bruce B. ' 48 Bowles, Donald ' 48 Briiec, Richard A. ' 49 Buqnon, Paul R. ' 49 Callander, Steve ' 47 Christiansen, Richard ' 50 Claussen, Alan R. ' 49 Cole, Ward K. ' 47 Couqhiin, Daniel A. ' 50 Cunningham, William " 47 De Freece, Austin B. Gr- Deqler, Hugh A. ' 50 Eerkes, Jerry E. ' 50 Eisenlohr, Kermit ' 48 Fletcher, Kenneth R. ' 50 French. William R. ' 48 Glueck, Robert W. ' 49 Gore, Denver C. Gr. Guy, George ' 47 Hail, George T. ' 48 Harding, Wallace M. ' Hardt, John P. Gr. Harris, Robert ' 49 Haugland. Paul ' 48 Haynie, Stanley R. ' 50 Heston. Robert ' 49 Hilditch. Charles S. ' 50 Hurd. John E. ' 49 Johnson. James T. ' 48 Jones, Edward D. ' 48 Jones, Howard K. ' 49 Kalin, John B. ' 50 Keen, Bruce A. " 50 Keen, Fred L. ' 48 Kennewick, Richard ' 48 Kraft, Donald B. ' 48 Lamphere, Robert M. ' 49 Ledlie, James E. ' 49 Levenhaqen. Robert E. ' 49 Loti. Oakley C. ' 50 Lowe. Harold A. ' 50 Lund. Odd A. ' 47 Lundy. Raymond E. ' 50 Lyons. Daniel A. ' 48 Marcus. Ashton D. ' 49 Marten. William ' 49 McDonald. Vance R. ' 49 Mackay. William ' 48 Metzqer, Miles S. ' 48 Morgantheter, Al ' 48 Nelson, Robert ' 50 Newman, Fred L. ' 47 Noe, Jack F. ' 49 Norscth, Parley S. ' 47 Olsen, Edwin A. ' 50 O ' Neil, Jerry C. ' 49 Osborne, Allan G. ' 47 Perry, John S. ' 48 Pierce, Robert ' 49 Prim, Wayne L. ' 47 Proctor. Jack K. ' 50 Randall. Heaton ' 50 Rhodes. Richard C. ' 48 Robertson. Howard ' 50 Rowlee. Robert K. ' 50 Schaffer. Robert G. ' 47 Scott. William C. ' 47 Sigurdson. John B. ' 49 Simpson. Donald C. ' 50 Skilling. John ' 47 Smevaag. John L. ' 49 Smith, Eddie L. ' 50 Smith, Edgar H. ' 47 Sprake. William T. ' 4 Strand, Glenn T. ' 48 Tennefoss, John N. ' 4 Thorlakson, Neil F. ' 4 Todd, Jack W. ' 49 Turner, Vernon N. ' 49 Walderon, Albert D. ' 47 West, Robert F. ' 50 Whisman, Clyde C. ' 47 Whisman, Walter C. ' 50 Williams, Lou ' 48 Willson, Kent R. ' 48 Wold, John ' 47 Woodhouse, Richard ' 4i Yarnell, Alton H. ' 49 Young, Robert A. ' 50 OfLIfl UPSILOO Founded at Williams College in 1834. Washington chapter In 1910. 6! chapters. Members Not Pictured: Anderson, Arthur ' 49 Chatlein, Ecjword ' 47 Crane, Clayton Gr. Doran, James ' 48 Field, Dean N. ' 48 Gerrodette, Bill ' 49 Haugland, Sigfred ' 50 Hugo, Richard ' 47 Overall, Edward ' 48 Pearson, Douglas ' 50 Price, Trumon Gr. Wolf, Edward ' 48 Wright, Woyne Gr. 388 yppfl SIGHlfl Founded a the University of Virginia in 1869. Beta Psi chopter, 1903. I I 5 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Batley, Robert ' 47 Conner, John ' 48 Espedol. Ralph Gr. Kelley, Robert ' 48 McMillan. Frederick ' 47 Obenaur, Jack Gr. Sax. Ward L. ' 48 Porel. John Gr. Sullivan. John ' 48 Wellman, Arnold Whittlesey, Bornett ' 47 Whittlesey, A. Robbln Gr. 389 I Rowland, H. James, President Axelson, R. Glen ' 46 Batley, William E. ' 50 Baunsqard, Perry E. ' 50 Bean, Donald W. ' 47 Benson. Robert B. ' 4? Berry. Harry W. ' 47 Bertrand, Joseph C. ' 47 Bettner. Kenneth J. ' 48 Bingham, puimby R. ' 47 Boynton, George H. ' 47 Brendon. John P. ' 47 Brown. Hugh G. ' 50 Brown. Ralph A. ' 50 Carpenter, Edward L. ' 50 Chaffee, Harry J. ' 48 Clarke, Roberf B, ' 50 Conkey. Carlton. ' 49 Conner, Charles E. ' 49 Conrad. Halden L. ' 48 Cooper. William R.. Jr. ' 50 Crites, John H. ' 50 Dalton, E. Terry ' 47 Eden, Darrel C. Gr. Eden, Donald R. ' 47 Forde. Melville M. ' 47 Foss. Roland E. ' 47 Fowler. Robert R. ' 48 Fox. C. James ' 48 Giese. James W. ' 47 Gosseft. T. Devon ' 50 Graal. Jack W. ' 48 Gradwohl. Robert L. ' 49 Gratis, Henry P. ' 49 Hallock, Peter R. ' 48 Hansen. Wilbur F. ' 50 Harlow. Herb W. ' 50 Hawks. William L. ' 47 Head. William R. ' 50 Hill. R. Wilton Gr. Huebner. Donald E. ' 50 Irish. Russell L. ' 50 Johnson. C. Erling " 50 Johnson. Lawrence E. Gr. Judd, Charles J. ' 47 Kerry, Harold E. ' 50 Kroha, Anthony J. ' 47 Lohr. Larry V. ' 49 Lucke. Lauren H. ' 48 Lusk. Robert W. ' 47 McClure. Hugh H. ' 50 McGandy. Richard G. ' 48 McGrew. Jock ' 48 McNeil. Manford R. ' 50 Madison. Jim ' 47 Marble. Floyd L. ' 49 Mathers. Harold M. ' 50 Mathews. Joseph P.. Jr. ' 48 Mikalson. Robert L. ' 48 Mikalson. Roy G. ' 48 Miller. Aven P.. Jr. ' 48 Millikan. J. Donald ' 49 Montgomery. Jack A. ' 50 Nolan. James M.. Jr. ' 50 Norris. Richard ' 47 Olsen. Ralph I. ' 49 Olsen. Raymond K. ' 49 Olsen, Robert H. ' 49 Owens, Keith D. ' 50 Patterson. Donald ' 47 Prechek. John L. ' 50 Prince. Richard D. ' 50 Prince. Stanford D. ' 50 Rainey. Jack L. ' 49 Randall, William S. ' 50 Sandvigen, Taylor ' 49 Saul, William F. ' 49 Scheine, Arthur L. ' 50 Schiff. Charles H. ' 49 Scholen. Douglas E. ' 50 Sloyer. Arthur W. ' 49 Sloyer. Wayne E. ' 49 Smith, Dwight D. ' 50 Smith, John K. ' 49 Spawn, Donald L. ' 48 Steckler, Melvin J. ' 48 Stott, Robert D. ' 47 Templo. Norman G. ' 47 Timberlake, Keith R. ' 50 Treneer, E. Gene ' 47 Van Rooy, Russell W. ' 48 Wallace. William L. ' 47 Wilde. Donald E. ' 50 Wilde. Robert ' 47 Williamson, J. Burke, ' 47 Willis, Loren A. ' 49 Witte, Kenneth M. ' 47 Witter, Lloyd D. ' 47 Wood, J. Barton ' 49 Wyckoff, Robert J. ' 47 I ' lllf mmm nanS yy BOn Gilberg, Jack, President Abel, Robert ' 49 Alberts. Douglos ' 47 Alberts, Frank ' 49 Allen, George ' 49 Almquist, Frank ' 48 Amende, Howard ' 49 Andreson, James ' 49 Audett, Arthur ' 50 Audett, Milton ' 49 Beck, James ' 47 Beuch, William ' 48 Bigley, Jack ' 47 Bigley, Robert ' 50 Boai, Douglas ' 49 Brewer. James ' 49 Bruce, Gail ' 47 Bull, Robert ' 49 Calhoun. Joy ' 47 Cech. Frank ' 48 Cosgrove, Paul 50 Curtis. Andrew. ' 47 Davidson. Richard ' 50 Davidson. Roy ' 47 Dean, Orlond ' 49 Dlbley. Ray ' 47 Dotson, Len ' 48 Eckburg, Richord ' 48 Erien, Paul ' 48 Fish. John ' 48 Franz, Loren ' 48 Hardisty. William ' 49 Hazimihalis. John K. ' 50 Isted. John ' 48 Jones. Donald ' 49 Joslyn. Robert ' 48 Knight, Ernest L. ' 50 Kristionsen. Richard ' 48 Longland. Duane ' 49 Langston. Donald ' 48 Larned, John ' 49 Lauch. Paul ' 49 Lawyer, Howard ' 47 Leyde. Warren Gr. Longmire. Lloyd ' 48 Malcolm, James ' 49 MocDonold. Jack ' 49 MacDonold. Lloyd ' 49 Matheson, Douglas ' 49 Marroy, Edgar ' 49 Morris, Richord ' 50 Nelson. Russell ' 49 Ostrander. Donald ' 49 Owen. Frank ' 47 Poqe, W. D. ' 48 Palmer, Charles ' 50 Pigott, George ' 50 Raymond. George ' 50 Reed. Donald ' 49 Reinholt. Richard W. ' 48 Roloft. Raymond ' 48 Rosenthal, Howard Gr. Somsel, Howard ' 48 Sondifur, Robert ' 48 Schilaty, Kenneth ' 48 Schuld, Jomes ' 48 Sigrist. William ' 47 Small. Clyde ' 49 Smith. Richard ' 48 Spier, Christopher ' 48 Solderling. Francis ' 49 Stonley. James ' 50 Thumbler, Walter ' 48 Tucker, Philip ' 49 Van Arsdol, Donald ' 49 Vohs, Harold ' 48 Warren, Richard ' 48 Watts. William ' 49 Weiss. James ' 48 Wilmot. Ralph G. ' 50 Woodcock. Wesley ' 48 LflmBOfl CHI flLPHfl Founded at Boston Univer- sity, Boston, Massachu- setts, in 1909. Alpha Psi chapter, 1918. 106 chap- ters. Members Not Pictured: Bartlett, Herbert ' 50 Carlton. John ' 50 Gorden. James ' 50 Myer. Philip ' 48 Sterns. Richard ' 47 390 Pf] OELIfl IHflfl Founded at Miami Univer- sity, Oxtoid, Ohio, in 1848. Washington Alpha chapter, 1900. 108 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Ackenhausen, Rlchord W. Ackermon, Carl S. ' 49 Anderson, Stewart C. ' 47 Blancher, Robert B. ' 48 Boulman, John T. ' 48 Brace, William M. ' 49 Brown. Richard ' 50 Douglas, Stuart ' 47 Getty. Ronald M. ' 47 Kirk, E.Walten ' 47 Kyte, Kenneth W. ' 50 MoHson, Glenn L. ' 49 Moore, Robert P. ' 48 Price, Robert F. ' 48 Ristine, John C. ' 48 Simpson, Jess T. ' 47 50 391 Gardner, Rdymond L., President Adams, Brock ' At Anderson, James F. ' 50 Aubry, Ronald A. ' 50 Backmann, Harry E. ' 50 Baird, Donald T. ' 50 Barr, Frank ' 49 Bellinger, Lee J. ' 47 Behnkc, John F. ' 50 Berlin, Gordon E. ' 48 Berge, Gudmund 8. ' 49 Bildsoe, Moqens G. ' 46 Blodqett, Howard M.. Jr. Blume, Jack K. ' 49 Booth. Floyd W., Jr. ' 49 Bruce, Roger D. ' 47 Buck, Parker J. ' 47 Burke. Jack M. ' 50 Cdlderhead, James 5. ' 5( Calderhead, William F. Case, Win F. ' 49 Cassil, Scott H. ' 50 Clarke, Richard ' 50 Creveling, Joe C. ' 49 Darnell, John M. ' 48 Davis, Jackson A. ' 48 Day, Jack C. ' 50 Denning, Edward K. ' 50 Douglas, Patrick J. ' 50 Daulph, Arthur ' 48 Fennema, Carl H. ' 49 Finger, William ' 48 Fletcher, Robert D. ' 49 French, Robert D. ' 49 Gascoigne, Bruce M. ' 47 Gibson, Edward H. ' 48 Goodlellow, Patrick L. ' 48 Gregg, Theodore W. ' 47 Hampton, John C. ' 47 Harrelson, Orvis A. ' SO Hart, Richard E. ' 49 Henderson, Philip S. ' SO Hillman, Malcom E. ' 47 Houston, Jerry A. ' 47 James, Robert E. ' 48 Jacobson, William T. ' 47 Johnson, David A. ' 47 Jones, Donald K. ' 50 Kamm, Thomas A, ' 47 Kennard, Rollin J. ' 49 Kidd, Don ' 49 Larberg, Donald W. ' 50 Larson, Allen G. ' 49 Lee, Edward T. ' 48 Lee, Peter T. " 48 Lewis, William C. H. ' 50 Ludwigs, Howard 8. ' 48 MacDonald, Donald ' 48 Mackie, Robert A. ' 49 Magowan, Donald R. ' 49 Matland, Conrad E. ' 50 McCallum, Barney B. ' 50 McGinnis, James ' 50 McGirr, David D. ' 49 McGovern, William C. ' 4j McKinstry, Ron ' 50 Melrose, Roger M. " 47 Melrose, Sam H. ' 47 Meyers, Bruce F. ' 48 Meyers, George F. ' 47 Moore, John P. ' 50 Moriarity, Charles P. ' 49 Noffsinger. Richard M. ' 49 O ' Flaherty, Patrick A. ' 49 O ' Neil, Fred F. ' 48 Opperman, Jack C. ' 48 Parker. John J. ' 49 Patten, John J. ' 47 Redmon, Fred G. ' 47 Rice, Harry I. ' 47 Ristine, Will C. ' 49 Scarff, J. Bowen ' 50 Shank, David A. ' 50 Shaub, Sanlord ' 50 Shephard, Robert L. ' ! Shirk, Eugene E. ' 48 Simpson, Hunter W. ' 48 Simpson, Robert L. ' 49 Smith, G. Edwin ' 47 ■faigen, Lou ' 50 Tate, Robert H. ' 48 Torrance, William H. ' 60 Torrance, William S. ' 50 Tupper James W. ' 49 Vandenbergh, William G. ' 48 Voinot, Paul F. ' 50 Waters, James T. ' 48 Watt, Ross W. ' 48 Waechter, Jack H. ' 50 Williams, Owen B. ' 48 Williams, Richard G. ' 50 Woodin, John H. ' 47 Zech, Jack R. ' 49 Zech, Jerome M. ' 49 €. f ; 9.M Iff w.% f f 1 1 « if I Sl « f LXSBBir mm ft i h Ad tohiMil Anderion, Richard T. ' 50 Apostolou, Joseph J. ' 50 Apostolou, Peter ' 47 Art, James ' 50 Bannick. Robert F. ' 49 Bannick, William ' 48 Barr, Robret M. ' 49 Barth. G. Dean ' 48 Bean, Warren ' 50 BIddle, George ' 48 Broohs, Harland G. ' 48 Brown. Chuck ' 49 Buck. Sam ' 50 Burns. Edward ' 50 Campbell, James ' 50 Carlyon, William H. Gr. Chaney. Norman ' 50 Clark. Lyie ' 47 Coleman. Clinton 50 Coles. B. J. ' 49 Coles, Michael ' 48 Crosby. Coburn ' 49 Dehn, Donald ' 47 Dresslar. John ' 47 Eells, Charles Ellis, John ' 50 Fraser. James ' 50 Gilbert. John ' 50 Gilbert. Warren. Jr. ' 50 Gilbert. William ' 49 Goldberg, Robert ' 48 Graham. Berle ' 48 Greerte, James ' 47 Greene. Joseph ' 49 Greene, Richard ' 49 Hagen. Richard ' 47 Hagen. William ' 47 Hanson, Neil ' 47 Hatch, F. Laurence ' 49 Hickok. Gene G. ' 48 Higgins. William ' 48 Irish. David ' 48 Joost. William ' 49 Jorgenson, Robert ' 48 Kane. Robert ' 50 Latimer. Nerval ' 47 Lauritsen, Alfred ' 49 Lee, Robert ' 50 Lewis. Robert " 48 Lilly, Bryce ' 50 Lohious, Jack ' 50 Lorentz, Robert ' 47 Lowe, John ' 49 Martin, Jack ' 49 Martin, Robert " 48 McCarthy, Charles ' 49 McGeorge, James ' 50 McGeorge, Thomas ' 50 McLean, Sutherland ' 47 Mercer, Eugene ' 50 Miller, Fred W. ' 49 Moffett. Tyler Gr. Moores, Madison ' 48 Morgan, Irving B. ' 47 Mortensen, Arthur Gr. Mucklestone, John ' 50 Nixon, Edwin ' 50 Olsen, Robert ' 50 Owen, Thomas ' 49 Peek, Donald ' 50 Peek. Robert " 50 Plath. Fred ' 48 Pocock, Stanley ' 47 Prentice. Howard ' 50 Prescott. DeWItt ' 48 Randall. Robert ' 49 Redman. Robert ' 50 Riach. John D. ' 49 Rlchner. George " 50 Riley, Richard ' 50 Rolfe. John ' 50 Sampson. Richard ' 47 Sanborn, Charles ' 48 Seren, Hugo ' 47 Shiel. Howard ' 50 Smith, David ' 50 Smith. H. Martin " 47 Stenshoel, Richard ' 50 Stoms. Paul ' 48 Taylor, William " 48 Therrien, John ' 50 Trueblood, Richard ' 47 Van Zandt, Richard ' 50 Walls. John ' 47 Walters, John ' 50 Webb, Cecil ' 50 Weigel. Clifford 50 Westlund, Warren ' 50 Will, Robert ' 50 Williams. Ken ' 49 PH GBUimfl OUIfl Founded at Jeffeison Col- lege, Cannonsbuig, Pennsyl- vania, In 1848. Sigma Tau chapter, 1900. 74 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Ballard. Charles ' 48 Brelt, Robert ' 48 Brink. Jim ' 49 Chatterton, Gordon ' 47 Chorlton, James ' 48 Goring, Robert Gr. Gray, Gordon Gr. Honsen, MIchoel ' 50 Morrison, Richard ' 48 Hazlett, JockC, Jr. ' 50 Heoton, Jock ' 48 Horjes, Charles Gr. Horseley. Frank Gr. Jacobsen, Poul ' 49 Kohls, Richord Gr. Latimer, William ' 50 Madsen. Mottios ' 49 McCartney, Lowrence ' 50 McFarlane. Robert ' 48 McNamara, Patrick ' 47 Mercer, James ' 48 Miller, Armand ' 47 Mulvehill. Jack ' 50 Norton, Harry ' 48 Oswald, Hugo Gr. Phillips, Jock Gr. Roderick, David Gr. Shanstrom, John Gr. Smith, Sidney ' 50 Sprtngote, John ' 47 Trask, Leo ' 49 Tuerck, Timothy ' 47 Wylie, Donald ' 49 A . prA 392 PH yppfl PS Founded at Washington and Jefferson, Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1852. Alpha chapter, 1914. 51 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Basnight, William A. ' 49 Crisler. Ferguson ' 49 Gallagher, Robert E. ' 50 Gillespie, Bruce ' 48 Morton, Richard A. ' 49 Larson, Edward C. ' 49 McLendon, Stuart L. ' 48 Millette, Theodore, Jr. ' 50 Paulson, Dove ' 48 Somuelson, Arthur W. ' 48 Stubbs, Al Gr. Williams, Donald R. ' 49 Zahniser. Richard D. Gr. 393 Anderson, Richard, President Abies, Tom ' 48 Ahrens, William H. ' 50 Anderson, Cecil ' 48 Arnold, Robert E. ' 49 Bell, Remi P. 50 Sleeken, Robert ' 50 Blecken, William E. ' 47 Brink, David ' 50 Burklond, Martin G. ' 50 Compton, Robert O. ' 48 Coyle, William J. ' 47 Cruver, Curt ' 50 Cyr, Charles D. ' 50 Davis, Don W. ' 50 Dick, Ewart G. ' 48 Edgers, Bart ' 50 Englund, Erie P. ' 48 Engstrom, A. W., Jr. ' 50 Flower, John ' 48 French, William B. ' 48 Hogen, George L. ' 48 Honot, William ' 47 Mormon, Lloyd W. ' 48 Harrington, Philip ' 50 Hawn, Welkos O. ' 48 Mickey, James C. ' 47 Mopper, John R. ' 50 Humphrey, John F. ' 48 Mutton, Pres ' 48 Ingram, Ernest M. ' 50 Ives, W. Byron ' 50 Jackson, William P. ' 48 Jocobson, Charles M. ' 50 Kouhonen, Rudolph O. ' 47 Kennedy, John R. ' 48 Kiniel, Warren ' 48 Lodum, Edward H. ' 49 Lewis, Mack W., Jr. ' 48 Linderoth, Don ' 50 Lyie, Tom ' 47 Lynch, William ' 47 McCoy, Lincoln L. ' 50 Marble, Richard A. ' 47 Mendenholl, James V. ' 48 Miller, Richard L. ' 50 Nolan, Frank ' 49 Nordin, John ' 47 Olson, William ' 50 Page, Roy ' 48 Pollard, David W. ' 47 Richard, John D. ' 48 Robbins, Floyd D., Jr. ' 48 Sandelin, Ramsey H. ' 48 Schmidt, Philip C. ' 50 Schmldtke, Clifford W. ' 48 Seafeldt, Con ' 48 Seeger, William ' 47 Slayden, James B. ' 48 Smlthey, Paul ' 48 Smyth, Norman W. ' 49 Stroud, Merland D. ' 50 Taylor, Kenneth C. ' 47 TImo, Poovo ' 48 Tobey, OtisL. ' 48 Wadleigh, Robert R. ' 49 Wotkins, John E. ' 48 Wotkins, Samuel D. ' 48 Weglin, Robert ' 48 Weiss, Reinhard W. ' 49 Wells, John G. ' 47 West, George F. ' 50 Wholey, Warren L. ' 50 Whitmer, Donald N. ' 48 Whitney, Hugh T. ' 50 Wilson, Macklin ' 48 Wiltomuth, Richard D. ' 49 Zelasko, John ' 49 Zelosko, Ted F. ' 50 m]m Greenwood, James, President Ackley, Douglos ' 49 Baldwin, James D. ' 49 Boldwin, Word ' 49 Bissell, Charles ' 48 Bocek, Donald ' 49 Brown, Warren ' 48 Buringrud, Elmore S. ' 48 Carson, Wayne ' 49 Carter, Maxwell ' 50 Clark, Donald R. ' 49 Cook, John ' 49 Couls, Phillip R. ' 48 Croasdill, J. Wolter ' 49 Dean, Russel H., Jr. Gr. Dunlop, Harry ' 47 Echtenkamp, Walter ' 49 Elder, Raymond ' 49 Frantilla, Williom ' 49 Fredrich, Gordon E. ' 48 Galeno, Fredrick ' 48 Garrison, Thomas Goodson, Glen ' 48 Greenlee, Arthur ' 50 Greenlee, Edward ' 47 Holl, Elwood ' 49 Hamel, Roderick ' 50 Hancock, Wayne ' 49 Hazeltine, Fredrick ' 48 Hervin, Albert ' 47 Johnson, Raleigh ' 49 Johnstone, Robert ' 49 Keen, Albert ' 50 King, Donald ' 50 Levengood, Rober ' 48 Lund, Phil ' 48 Madison, Paul ' 47 Morgoitto, Anthony ' 49 Matthaei, George ' 48 May, Kenneth ' 49 Merryman, Robert ' 47 Moll, Karl ' 49 Moore, Marvin ' 49 Noerenberg, Wolioce Perkins, Cecil ' 48 Pike, Wendell ' 47 Plucker, Robert ' 50 Presser, Robert ' 48 Richards, Lester ' 48 Robb, David ' 50 Roedel, William ' 47 Runstad, Maurice ' 48 Soy re, Phillip ' 49 Shaeffer, David ' 49 Sias, Roane ' 48 Slye, Edward Somerville, David ' 49 Stein, Ernest ' 50 Stiles, LeConie Tebb, Alan ' 50 Thomas, Jack ' 47 Towne, Robert ' 47 Wallen, Bruce ' 49 Young, Frank ' 49 PH HflPPfl SIBfllfl Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Alpha Upsilon chapter, 1919. 39 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Blackmer, Roy ' 47 Brenner, Earl ' 48 Carskodden, William Clark, John ' 49 Colony, Clark Gr. Corbally, John ' 47 Cosbey, Earl Hendricksen, Fred Kline, Scott ' 49 Loew, Richord ' 47 Love, Donold ' 48 Prather, Sam Sorensen, George ' 49 Wright, Laurence ' 49 394 Pf] yppfl IflU Founded at Miami Uni- versity, Oxford, Ohio, in 1906. Alpha Pi, 1929. 51 chapters. Members Not Pictui-ed: Cochran. Wally ' 47 Carter. Louis ' 48 Gibbons. Donald ' 50 Hoey, Timothy, Jr. ' 49 Kromminga. Louis Adolph ' 49 Templemon. James Gr. York, James O. ' 49 Sorenson, Arthur. President Allen. Clyde F. ' 50 Baumon, David J. ' 47 Beck. Lawrence D. ' 49 Burke. Paul F. ' 48 Cavers, John A. ' 47 Chase. James W. ' 49 Crobtree. Robert H. ' 49 Fretwell. Albert O. ' 48 Fretwell. Eldon ' 49 Ghormley, Willord H. ' 49 Gross, Wallace J. ' 48 Grave, James L. ' 50 Hall. William M. Gr. Hansen, Arnold C. ' 50 Heriog, Robert W. ' 48 Hill, Melvin R. ' 48 Inglis, Donn O. ' 48 Jones, Ray F. ' 48 Krueger, Donald B. ' 47 Light, Glenn M. ' 49 McCoy, Dole K. ' 49 Northrup, Alfred C. ' 48 Olofson, William A. ' 49 Payne, Donald W. ' 50 Smith, Louis M. ' 49 Sorlee, Oswald T. ' 48 Swanson, Ralph K. ' 47 Zwer, Louis W. ' 49 395 O ' Nell, George D., President Allason. Couitney V. ' 48 Apostoli, Paul A. Gr. Armsfrong. Victor S. Gr. Boltio, Ralph M. ' 50 Boty, Guy E. ' 49 Bjorklund, Richard G. ' 49 Campbell, Philip W. ' 48 Clarke, Robert G. ' 48 Colasurdo, Dick ' 49 Coles, Alan M. ' 50 Craggs, Fred A. ' 48 Crosta, George M. ' 49 Derey, Gerald R. ' 49 " Dudley, Hawley A. ' 49 Erickson, Harold E. ' 47 Falrchild, Duane V. ' 49 Giovi, Lawrence A. ' 47 Guida, Joseph V. ' 49 Hogen, Owen C. ' 50 Hatley, LowellJ. ' 49 Heitzmon, Robert E. ' 50 Huhndorf, Albert J. Gr. Johnston, Alfred L. ' 50 Jones, Fred A. ' 49 Jones, William E. ' 50 Logerquist, Lester ' 50 Lind, William L. ' 50 Martin, Douglas A. ' 48 Martin, Lawrence P. ' 49 Maxwell, Richard B. ' 48 McKee, Kenneth L. ' 50 Michaels, Paul S. ' 49 Moore, Dudley D. ' 49 Olson, Foike A. ' 49 Pugh, Lloyd F. ' 49 Sharkey, Leo F. ' 49 SIncock, Frank V. ' 48 Skow, Lyman H. ' 49 Sprague, Robert ' 49 Stewart, Alan A. ' 49 Ttote, Harold W. ' 49 Toellner, Henry M. ' 49 Tydeman, S+even F. ' 48 Vanderhaar, W. A. ' 49 Yormark, Ben A. ' 48 PHI siGmfl KflPPfl Founded at Massachu- seHs State College ir 1873. Lambda Deuter on chapter in 1923. 5E chapters. Members Not Pictured: i Campbell, Douglas M. ' 48 Dorfner, Donald ' 50 Fielding, Robert ' 48 Freese, Norman E. ' 47 i Hulse, Keith ' 50 Mognusson, John ' 49 Morris, Frank ' 49 Nerlond, Arthur P. ' 48 O ' Dell, Richard K. ' 49 Storm, Leo F. ' 49 Thompson, Robert ' 50 Walker, Porks ' 47 396 PI yppB flLPHfl junded at the Univei- ■y of Virginia in I 869. jsta Beta chapter in ' 14. 80 chapters. embers Not Pictured: Armitoge, Thomas ' 50 Davis, Bruce A. ' 50 Howard, Jock K. ' 47 Howell. Richard ' 49 Schendel, Albert ' 50 Syre, Robert ' 50 Zimmer. Gregory A. ' 50 BIgby. Dean, President AIbi, Jean J. ' 49 Astel, William ' 50 Bell, George H. ' 50 Borman. John T. ' 49 Boytler, Daniel V. ' 50 Garden. Ronald V. ' 50 Chambers. Clarence C. ' SO Chambers, John A. ' 50 Dunlap. Roy M. ' 50 Freeborg. Edward M. ' 49 Gross. W. Alvln ' 48 Gross, Warin L. ' 50 Ireland. Donald W. ' 48 Jones. Edward R. ' 49 Kenworthy. Williom R. ' 50 Loutzenhiser. R. H. ' 50 Lee. Leslie A. ' 50 Luke. William P. ' 49 Magnuson. Enor V. ' 49 McClellan. Malcolm D. ' 48 McGuinn. Joseph R. ' 47 McKenile. Allen ' 48 Milburn. Charles E. ' 50 Montchalin. M. L. ' 50 Muffly. Robert N. ' 50 Olsen, CarlS. ' 48 Oswald, Harold ' 49 Pederson, Orlond A. ' 50 Shankland. Donn G. ' 50 Smith, Robert L. ' 50 Stickles, Milton J. ' 50 Tilger. Hillis W. ' 49 Umphrey. Robert E. ' 48 Velas. George W. ' 50 Wolther. Russell D. ' 50 Whitmer. Romayne Gr. Wilcox. William H. ' 48 Woodbrldge, David D. ' 48 397 MIIos, John T., President Alexonder, David G. ' 50 Forbes, Howard R. ' 47 Johonson, Joseph N. ' 50 Kiesel, George W. ' 50 McPherson, Harold V. ' 50 MItfelstaedt, Al, Jr. ' 50 Morris. Donald E. ' 50 Plaaens, Walter ' 50 Schmad, Roberts. ' 49 Schumacher, John W. ' 50 Snyder, Harold W. ' 47 Sturm, Kenneth E. ' 49 Thompson, Fred J. ' 49 Vodman, Warren E. ' 47 Wilcox, Norman G. ' 50 Williams, Thomas A. ' 50 Willis, Robert L. ' 49 PI HflPPO PH Founded at the College of Charleston in 1904. 39 chap- ters. Members Not Pictured: Coffey, Robert A. ' 49 Distod, Donald B. ' 47 Geti, Donald L. ' 50 Hamilton, William L. ' 50 Jocobsen, Harold ' 47 Kotschevor, Lendol H. Gr 398 PSI upsiLon Founded a+ Union College in 1833. The+a Thel-a chap- ter, 1916. 30 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Anderson, Roger ' 47 Andrews, Richard ' 50 Bolinger, John ' 47 Breene, Edward ' 49 Height. James ' 47 Heffermon. Cyrus Gr. Hulbert, Frederick ' 49 Meyer, Richard ' 47 Ferriss, Henry, President Allen, Douglas ' 50 Allen, John ' 48 Anderson. Robert ' 50 Baker, George " 50 Barron, Mark ' 50 Baur, Robert ' 50 Benz, Bruce ' 47 Brink. William ' 48 Browder, Ray ' 50 Callow. Gordon " 47 Callow, Keith " 49 Coriander, Lorry ' 49 Cole, Kenneth ' 50 Conn, Charles E. ' 50 Cox, Lynn ' 49 Dohoney, Charles ' 50 Domeyer, Richard " 47 Doherty. John ' 48 Ericson. Donald ' 48 Forbes, Keifer ' 50 Foster, Douglas ' 50 Gaston, William " 49 Gleed. Tom " 49 Gorin, Jerry " 50 Graff. Fred ' 50 Grant. James C. Jr. ' Gray. Harold ' 50 Harlan. Robert " 48 Hopkins, Frank " 50 Jones. Gayne " 50 Kaufman. Stanley ' 50 Keotts. Vernon ' 48 Leader, Kenneth ' 50 Lightfoot, Pat ' 50 Mclnnis. Malcolm ' 48 McNutt, Delos ' 48 MacPhail. Roderick " 50 Marshall, John V. ' 47 Merrill, Clinton ' 49 Milliken. Daniel " 48 Nebergoll. John " 47 Osborn. John " 48 Ovens. William " 48 Peck. Don ' 47 Peck, Richord ' 49 Peterson, Dove ' 49 Piper. James " 47 Pratt, Arthur W. " 48 Pratt, Saunders " 49 Richardson, Dole " 48 Robinson, Gerald ' 50 Rutter, William " 48 Sampson, Raymond ' 48 Schoonover. Norman ' 47 Smith, George ' 50 Smith. Stuort. ' 48 Steiner. Herb ' 48 Thorl, Walter ' 50 Walker, Neil ' 50 Walske. Carl Gr. Ward in, William ' 49 Weaver, Michael ' 49 Whitmon. Chester ' 49 Whitney. Henry ' 50 Williams, Grant ' 50 Yantls. Phil ' 50 399 lilt Anderson, Eldon, President Anderson, Alei D. ' 50 Anderson, Keith ' 48 Anderson, C. Lawrence ' 47 Appet. James R. ' 50 Arnett, Robert D. ' 47 Austin, William Y. ' 49 Barnecut, Leo J. ' 50 Bayerd, Frank G. ' 47 Bolding, Richard ' 48 Borchgrevink, Phillip T ' 48 Bridges, Albert L. ' 50 Briggs, William F. ' 49 Brown, Addison Lon ' 47 Burhen, William K. ' 47 Burns, Robert C. ' 50 Burton, Douglas J. ' 47 Cochran, Bruce ' 50 Conway, Frank J. ' 48 Cooper, Randall ' 48 Craig, Robert W. ' 48 Davis, Charles A. ' 49 Dick, Roland S., Jr. ' 50 Dickson, James F. ' 48 Dootscn, Richard F. ' 49 Dootscn, Robert B. ' 47 Dootson, Thomas L. ' 50 Douglas, R. Keith ' 48 Dow, Dean A. ' 49 Dwyer, William L. ' 50 Edgren, Roger C. ' 50 Evans, Robert J. ' 47 Farber, Keith M. ' 48 Fiti, Mai A. H. ' 46 Foster, James ' 50 Gibson, Burke ' 49 Gormley, Glenn M. ' 49 Grant, John G. ' 48 Graves, Stanley M. ' 49 Hasselo, Raymore ' 49 Hayes, Peter J. ' 48 Henderson, J. Allen ' 49 Henti, Rudy M. ' 49 Hohnbaum, George C. ' 49 Holman, Donald L. ' 49 Howard, Charles A. ' 48 Humphrey, James L. Gr. Hurlbut, W. Frederick ' 50 Hurlbut, Lawrence E. ' 50 Janeck, R. Frederick ' 48 John, James ' 47 Keller, George M. ' 49 Kime, Merle A. ' 49 Klumb, Jack Krives, Frederick C. ' 50 Lamb, L. W. ' 48 Larson, John W. ' 47 Larson, Ralph W. Gr. Lida, Dan W. ' 49 Lundstedt, Albin D. ' 48 Lyie, Ronald G. ' 48 tvtain, Gerald E. ' 49 Mallory, James W. ' 49 tvlalone, Philip ' 48 Ivlaryatt, Charles R. ' 49 t cGoldrick, James ' 50 McGoldrick, Robert D. ' 48 tvlcMahill, Conrad ' 48 tvlonsen, Rodney J. ' 49 Mowery, Philip L. ' 50 Nelson, Charles R. ' 48 North, O. Edward ' 49 North, Richard D. ' 48 Parker, Thomas L. ' 48 Parsons, J. Bruce ' 50 Paton, Richard R. ' 50 Putnam, John E. ' 47 Rchn, Bruce L. ' 50 Rice, Donald F. ' 48 Richardson, Thomas R. ' 49 Rogers, Stuart E. ' 48 Rohrback, PInckney ' 47 Schlenker, William H. ' 50 Schoning, Robert W. Gr. Sheldahl, Louis R. ' 48 Shoun, Robert ' 49 Simonton, James A. Gr. Snyder, Robert E. ' 47 Soriano, Max D. ' 49 Springer, Donald F. ' 50 Steele, Robert W. ' 50 Stone, Joseph L. ' 49 Strand, Ray W. ' 50 Sunde, Carl J. E. ' 47 Sunde, Loel O. ' 49 Sunde, Robert L. ' 48 Thompson, David P. ' 48 Thorsen, Henry N. ' 50 Trogdon, William ' 47 Van DeWetering, John E. ' 50 Waddington, William ' 50 Wade, Robert D. ' 49 Walker, Bruce M. ' 47 Wallace, William J. ' 47 Ward, Donald E. ' 48 Weston, Thomas R. ' 50 Wood, Dwight C. ' 47 Young, Glenn O. ' 48 SIGfUfl flLPiifl fPSILOfl Founded at the University of Alabama !n 1856. Alpha chapter, 1906. I 16 chapters. Members Not PicturecJ: Bartholomew, Donald ' 47 Barto, Tom J. ' 49 Benson, Norman H. ' 50 Butler, Jerry ' 50 Churchill, Jerry E. ' 49 Coe, Eugene ' 50 Crestmon, Paul ' 48 Erickson, Keith J. Gr. Evans, Jim Ferluqa, Jock D. ' 50 Goodson, Donald ' 48 Hennings, Larry ' 50 Hevly, Robert B. ' 47 Lang, hHoward ' 49 LeVeque, Jack W. ' 50 McCarthy, John C. ' 48 McGhee, Robert L. ' 48 McManamo, Gerald D. " 48 Richter, Walter L. ' 49 Roberts, Jack Robinson, William K. ' 49 Savoge, Robert L. ' 49 Schindele, James D. ' 48 Sechrist, John A. ' 50 Seth, Jack ' 50 Skogen, Ron ' 49 Sneed, Hunter Van Horn, John W. ' 47 Wotchie, John A. ' 48 Whaley, Paul ' 50 White, Sam ' 50 400 siBfUfl flLPHfl fHU Founded at +he College of the Ci+y of New York in 1909. Sigma Nu chapfei ' , 1926. 35 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Bean, Isadore J. ' 48 Garber. Robert B. ' 49 Gold. Stanley " 51 Gottstein. Barney J. ' 49 Horn. Eorl J. ' 48 Israel, Joe ' 50 Israel, Sam ' 50 Jaffe. Stanley " 51 Krakovsky, Charles ' 49 Lockitch, Sidney Morton Gr. Newman, Herbert ' 47 Shumon, Roy Milton ' 48 Sadick, Arnold H.. President Alhadeft. Victor M. ' 49 Barneft. Bernard Gr. Becker, Stanley ' 50 Bloustein, Bernord Gr. Brest, Robert ' 50 Buckner. Fillmore ' 49 Cohn. Howard Martin ' 49 Cohn, Sidney ' 48 Edelson. Robert Joseph ' 50 Feinstein, Melvin H. ' 49 Feldman, Edward L. ' 48 Gessner, Seymour ' 49 Goldberg. Laurence S. 50 Gottshalk, Herbert ' 47 Groshin, George ' 50 Gurion. Leonard ' 48 Holpern, Gerald ' 50 Koplon, Leon H. ' 50 Kosher. Bernard ' 47 Krems, Bernard ' 49 Kulman, Arthur M. ' 48 Kusnetz, Morton ' 49 Loyfon, Irvin ' 49 Lawson. Allan Leonard ' 50 Lerner, Benjamin Gr. Leopold. Norman R. ' 49 Liberman. Sigmund ' 47 Lipman, Dovid John ' 48 Lurle, Norman ' 50 Maine. Harold R. ' 47 Naqel, Stanley ' 49 Nepom. Marvin ' 48 Nudelmon, Burton M. ' 49 PIncus. Melvin M. ' 49 Porad, Bernard L. ' 50 Reiner. Marvin ' 48 Rogel, Joseph ' 50 Rosenfeld, Alan S. ' 48 Rothstein. Frederick ' 48 Rubens. Marvin Z. ' 48 Sadick. Lawrence M. ' 49 Schneiderman, Jerald ' 49 Semon. Stuart ' 47 Shain, Irving ' 49 Sherman, Erwin M. ' 50 Shifrin. Franklin L. ' 49 Shyman. Carl Santord " 49 Sidel. Don I. ' 49 Slotnick, Roy B. ' 50 Stostny. Charles ' 50 401 Gamble, Lew, President Arnold. Roy ' 47 Bean, Monte ' 49 8eck, William ' 50 Berq, Hugo ' 50 Bergquist, Kenneth ' 47 Bittman, Herbert ' 48 Bodine, Sturgis ' 47 Brust, Robert ' 47 Calene, John ' 50 Campbell, Ronald ' 47 Capeloto, Robert ' 49 Carlson, Conrad ' 47 Chastain, Jack ' 50 Clark. Richard ' 47 Clynch, Jack " 47 Cole. Edwin ' 47 Collins, Jack ' 50 Colman, Keith ' 84 Combs, Joseph ' 50 Cook, Richard ' 50 Corbally Gene ' 48 Daudistel, Henry ' 47 Denny, Brewster Gr. Dore, James ' 50 Eilertsen. Richard ' 49 Eilertsen. William ' 47 Farrell, James ' 47 Farrell, Jerrold ' 50 Findley. Howard ' 49 Frrtsche, Dwayne ' 49 Gaddie, William ' 50 Gamble. Joseph ' 47 Gibbs, Paul ' 48 Goldie. Harry ' 47 Greaves, Fred ' 49 Hamilton, Jay ' 50 Hannay, Robert ' 47 Healey, Leo ' 49 Hedwall, Ray ' 49 Hensel Robert Gr. Hoelscfier, William. Jr. ' 47 Hoqenson, Galen ' 49 Holmes, David ' 48 Hooper, Robert ' 47 Hornyak, George ' 50 Horrobin, Gerry ' 49 Howard. Sid ' 48 Hoyle, Donald ' 47 Huston, Jack ' 49 Jacobs, William ' 47 Kenyon, Robert ' 50 King, Warren ' 4 Kirkwood, James ' 50 Kniqht, Jack ' 50 Knipe, Richard ' 50 Lainhart, Don ' 49 Lalnhart, William ' 47 Lane, William ' 49 Lawson, Robert ' 48 Lee, Thomas ' 48 LeMter. Emanuel ' 48 Lewis, Jack ' 47 Lofthus, Orton ' 49 Loonan, Joseph ' 49 Maloney, Pat ' 50 Marshall. James ' 50 Martin, Paul ' 50 Merritt, Fred ' 50 Miles, Hally ' 50 Miles, Harry ' 49 Murray, John ' 48 Nelson, Richard Newland, Jack ' 48 Ni«, John ' 48 Palm, James ' 48 Perry. David ' 50 Perry. Donald ' 49 Piatt, Jay ' 50 Plummer. Bill ' 50 Redfern, Mel ' 49 Rehmke, William ' 49 Ridqway, Johnnie ' 50 Roman, Robert ' 47 Schaller, Gilbert ' 48 Schoeneman, Dale ' 48 Scott. Grenville ' 47 Seed. Richard ' 47 Seibert, Porter ' 47 Setula, Gene ' 47 Shane, George ' 47 Smith, Irving ' 48 Sprague, Jack ' 50 Stewart, William ' 47 Tefft. Wesley ' 49 Turnell, Richard Gr. Ushakoff. Vladmir ' 49 Viflesvik, Gordon ' 47 Villesvik, Malcolm ' 48 Wallis. William ' 50 Warren. Jerry ' 48 Welch, Franklin ' 47 Whiteaker, Jack ' 49 Wilson, George ' 48 Zimmerman, Harold ' 47 SIBfllfl CH Founded at Miami Univer- sity, Oxford, Ohio, in 1855. Upsilon Upsilon chapter in 1903. 104 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Baker, Bruce ' 50 Bates, Williom ' 47 Helstuman, Francis ' 48 Jacobson. John ' 49 Lambert, Harry ' 48 Linse, Al ' 47 Ruoff. James ' 49 Schwellenboch, John Show, Edword ' 47 Turner, Edward ' 50 Van Sont, Richard ' 49 Whitney, William ' 47 Wood. Fred ' 47 402 siGfUfi nu Founded af Virginia Mili- tary Institute In I 868. Gamma Chi chapter, 1896. 96 chapters. Members Not Plcfured: Abramson, Charles Gr. Berry, Coryell ' 47 Burnett, Bill ' 49 Corlett, Bob Gr. Corlett, Jim ' 47 Gilardl, BobGr. Gray, Robin ' 48 Howell, Lee Gr. Jennings, John Gr. Johnson, Lee Gr. Kemp, Jim ' 47 McCoy Jim Gr. Reeves, Bob ' 48 Tavernia, George ' 48 Thomson, Ralph ' 47 Tibbals, Harvey Gr. 403 Nichols, Jack. President Acheson. Gory ' 50 Anderson, Joe ' 48 Arney. Pat ' 50 Bajus, Bill ' 49 Barton, John ' 47 Baumgarten, Jay " 48 Beeier, Bob ' 50 Brislawn. Neil ' 47 Brockman, Bob ' 48 Brooks, Tom ' 50 Burch, Bill ' 48 Burdick, Carl ' 50 Burnett, Dick ' 49 Cahoon, Jack ' 47 Codd, Jon ' 48 Colvln, Lou ' 50 Druse, Bud ' 48 Durnan, Bill ' 50 Eaton, Gib ' 50 Fleck, Don ' 49 Fowler, Clark ' 47 Fristoe, Bob ' 48 Funk, Jim ' 49 Funk. Wallie ' 48 Gilkey, Mark ' 50 Greene, Larry ' 49 Hardgrove, Jack ' 48 Harrah, Bill ' 49 Howes, Don ' 47 Hawkins, Bob ' 50 Hemmings, Bill ' 47 Henriot, Jack ' 49 Hodgson, Bob ' 48 Hunt, Bill ' 47 Jones, Al ' 50 Jones. Les ' 49 Kiier, Ralph ' 50 Knight, Harry ' 49 Knowles, George ' 47 Knudsen, Cal ' 47 Knudtsen, Gordon ' 50 Knudtsen, Jim ' 50 Kretiler, Harry ' 48 Kurtz, Steve ' 50 Lund, Leroy ' 50 Luster, Al ' 48 MacGougan, Denny ' 50 McArthur, Thad ' 50 McCarthy. Jack ' 49 McCormick, Fred ' 49 McDoniel, Bill ' 49 Miner, Jock ' 48 Newton, Jack ' 50 Nichols, Bob ' 50 Nichols, Rudy ' 48 Parks, Bob ' 48 Quick, Bob ' 48 Romberg. John ' 50 Reeves, Steve ' 48 Rinehart, Jim ' 48 Rinehart, Mick ' 50 Roe, Bob ' 47 Roeder, Mike ' 49 Root, Ed ' 48 Rosier, Tom ' 49 Ross, Bob ' 49 Sackmann, Milt ' 48 Schroeder, Gordon ' 50 Sharkey, Ellis Smith, Ron ' 48 Snyder, Bill ' 50 Stordalen, Kjell, ' 48 Street, Merrill ' 48 Strom, Bud Gr. Swonson. Gordon ' 50 Trembloy, Dick ' 50 Waldo, Bob ' 47 Warren, Charles ' 50 Webber, John ' 48 Weber. Bob ' 50 Wilson, Bill ' 48 Wright, Frank ' 47 Keating, Dick Presidenf Burnett, Wayne ' 50 Cafiail, Kenneth ' 50 Davis, Pondo ' 49 Denney, William ' 48 Endohl. Charles ' 48 Hallock, George ' 50 Homack. Dick ' 47 Jensen, Robert ' 48 Mergens, Jim ' 49 Reed, Robert ' 51 Samuelson, Wally ' 48 Seefried, Don ' 51 Thevik. Horold ' 50 Vongel. James ' 51 SIBfllfl PHI tPSiLon Founded at Richmond, Vii ginia, In 1901. Woshlngtoi Befo chapter, 1922. 73 chap ters. Members Not Pictured: Backmon, Gordon ' 49 Fogle. John ' 47 Hansen, Clint ' 47 Heit, Oswold ' 47 McCain, Robert ' 47 McKay, Bruce ' 47 Miller, Emmett. ' 50 Minor, James ' 47 Robinson, Earl ' 49 Rugg , Horlon ' 49 404 yppo IPSILOO Fjnded at Illinois V ' sleyan University in l?9. Chi chapter, I !6. 53 chapters. Vibers Not Pictured: Tcierson, Delbert ' 50 iderson, Robert A. ' 49 irker, V ollace C. ' 49 )yle, James E. ' 48 3rter, John D. ' 49 rove. Perry E. ' 49 aberling. Don ' 48 orngren, Carl ' 47 ickson, Earl ' 48 iskimen, Carl W, ' 47 3vang, James W. ' 50 ot+, John ' 47 henk. Roy ' 49 omas. Marvin C. ' 50 arren. James W. ' 50 Wright. Paul, President Beach, Robert S. ' 50 Bengston. Clarence W. Gr, Beirlein, Theo K. Gr. Blockhall, Malcolm E. ' 50 Bremner, Donold G. ' 50 Crombie. Allen ' 50 Cumbo. Frank W. ' 47 Dimmer. John C. ' 50 Dow, James P. ' 50 Duncan. William M. ' 48 Dysort, John A. ' 50 Emerson, Van ' 49 Edmonson. Max Gr. Finnick. Harry L. ' 50 Fleetwood. Alvin H. ' 48 Forbes. Charles A. ' 50 Furnia, Arthur M., Jr. ' 48 Geyei ' . Angus J. ' 48 Geyer. Francis A. ' 48 Gonnoson. John A. ' 47 Gosslee. Norman A. ' 50 Grader, Edwin G. ' 49 Haose, Richard H. ' 50 Hole. Jack ' 49 Hedlund, Richard J. ' 49 Hegq, Fred A. ' 48 Howard, Wm. D.. Jr. ' 48 Howton. Gail ' 48 Jensen, Richard N. ' 50 Jewell, James J. ' 50 Johnson, George R. ' 49 LoBranch, Harvey W. ' 48 McColley. Myron E. ' 47 Means. Robert E. ' 47 Ogle. Richard A. ' 49 Osbo, Thor ' 47 Somuelson, Peter D. ' 47 Sells, Robert D. ' 50 Stine, Willlom ' 49 405 Troger. Robert H. ' 50 Vannice, Luther L. ' 50 Vinson, Robert J. ' 49 Yondle. Kenneth F. ' 50 Powell, Robert D.. President Auer, Thomas L. ' 47 Avery, Robert G. ' 49 Bergman, tvlorrls ' 50 Bonnell, William L. ' 48 Boswell, Wilbur ' 50 Eskenozi, John ' 49 Fisher, Allen M. ' 49 Glascock, Hardin R. ' 47 Harries, James G. ' 49 Hildohl, Harvey W. ' 50 Johnson, Cloud A. ' 48 Kleiner, Robert E. Gr. Munson, Ray ' 47 Ovens, Henry E. ' 50 Peterson, Milo ' 50 Scott, Robert S. ' 50 Smith, Richard E. ' 47 Torheim, Robert H. ' 48 Warren, Albert L. ' 47 West, Johnson E. ' 49 Zorembo, Joseph ' 48 { IflU PHI OfLIfl Founded at fhe University c Washington in 1923. 3 chau ters. Members Not Pictured: Barry, Victor H. ' 47 Grayum, Gordon H. ' 48 Schmidt, Max, Jr. ' 47 406 IHflfl CH -ounded at Norwich Unl- eisi+y In 1856. Alpha Rho :hap+er, 1925. 71 chap- ers. Members Not Pictured: Audett, John R. ' 50 Buvich, Norman ' 50 Carter, Harold J. ' 48 Conner. Glann A. ' 50 DeClements, James ' 50 Froehlich, Harold E. Gr. Godfrey. Thomas ' 48 Gregg. Gale ' 47 Hoesly. Robert J. ' 47 Jack. Walter O. ' 49 Kuenhoel. Robert ' 50 Lyness. Harry F. ' 49 Miller, William E. ' 48 Moore, Eugene R. ' 48 Mossman. James B. ' 50 Peterson, T. Gordon ' 50 Powell. Howard D. ' 49 Smith, William E. ' 50 Solberg. John C. ' 47 Vondenburg, James J. ' 47 Whitesel. William F. ' 47 Wilson. Wilbur K. Gr. 407 Leek, William G., President Anderson. Donald E. ' 47 Behrens, Byron G. ' 49 Bennett. Joseph R. Gr. Bouton. Wm. E. ' 49 Brodshaw. William ' 49 Brown, Henry A. ' 47 Burkhordt. Wm. E. ' 49 Carnahon, Max M. ' 50 Coi. Donald D. ' 49 Dolby. David H. ' 49 Davis. Clitford G. ' 50 Deover. Wilds P. ' 48 Dodge, Raymond A. ' 50 Donohoe, Wm. F. ' 49 Eothorne. Leslie E. ' 48 Etsell, George W. ' 48 Fishback, Herbert O. ' 49 Fite. Ralph D. ' 48 Gandy, Eugene N. ' 47 Gaudette. Paul E. ' 49 Genther, Charles ' 50 Gese. Alber L. ' 47 Gordon. Robert D. ' 49 Groce, Robert J. ' 47 Gwinn. John L. ' 50 Hollgren. Robert W. ' 50 Holsey, Gene W. ' 48 Honey. Jock R. ' 47 Haskell, John W. ' 49 Hiqgins. Robert R. ' 49 Hillock. Robert Hotchklss. Wesley G. ' 49 James. Richard G. ' 49 Johnson, George R. ' 50 Johnson. Justin H. ' 50 Kollna, Wallace N. ' 49 Keenholts, Ed ' 49 Keiiur, Robert G. ' 47 Knettle. Harvey M. ' 50 Kurti. Jock S. ' 49 Loverty, Bruce R. ' 47 Layton. Richard H. ' 50 Leader, Albert H. ' 47 Liddle. AlonC. ' 48 Louqh, Merlin E. ' 50 Lund. Walter W. ' 49 McCarty. Arthur R. ' 48 McCormlck. Thomas R. ' McKay. Richard C. ' 48 Meliti, Peter W. ' 50 Melovidotf, Alexander S. ' 49 Miescke, Richard S. Gr. Mitchell, Frederick W. ' 49 Moraw. Lyie B. ' 49 Moremen, Lee J. ' 48 Morse, James W. Gr. Nash, James G. ' 47 Nelson, Ivor W. ' 50 Newman, Porter A. ' 47 O ' Hlser. Rodney L. ' 47 O ' Nell, Donald E. ' 49 Peterson. T. Gordon ' 49 Phelps. George M. Gr. Proctor. William E. ' 48 Putnam. James S. ' 48 Quinn. Charles R. ' 50 Quinn. James H. ' 48 Redhead. Walden K. ' 48 Rehn. Alvin M. ' 49 Rice, Leighton C. ' 49 Rodda. John L. ' 48 Rushmore. Jock K. ' 47 Sands, Charles W. ' 47 Smith. Robert H. ' 48 Sorenson. Roger D. ' 48 Terry, William J. ' 47 Thomoson. Donald ' 48 Tracy, John R. ' 50 Vlklngson. Vernon F. ' 47 Wall. Richard ' 47 Westlin. Donald R. ' 49 Whitocre. Samuel D. ' 49 White, John Douglas ' 47 Whiting. Richard J. ' 47 Wilson. James B. ' 50 Wilson, Louis T. ' 47 Woodord, Walter D. ' 47 Wright, Jack J. ' 48 mMUiid Vachon, Ellis V., President Aaron. Joseph H. ' 50 Blom. Warren S. " 50 Bonnicksen, LeRoy ' 50 Brown, James H. ' 47 Buerstofte. Fred W. Sr. Confield. Charles D. ' 47 Denson. Eley P.. Jr. ' 50 Dioste, George H. ' 47 Eaton, KIngsley B. ' 50 Foote. William F. ' 50 Franklin. Philip ' 47 Godar. Donald T. ' 47 HHockett. James W. ' 50 Horsley. Robert IHflfl DELIA I CHI Kleikomp, Joseph Gr. Lancaster, LeRoy ' 50 Larson. John Founded 1847. XI De Laugheed, Gerald A. ' 50 teron, 1913. 28cha| McConnell. James E. ' 49 ' " S- Merrihew. Richard ' 50 Monson, Kenneth ' 50 Myers, Earl B. ' 49 Nichols, John O. ' 50 Nugent, Edward O. ' 50 . . i m i d- x j - Members Not Pictured: Penin, Donald R. ' 48 Gregory. Gene ' 50 Prestrud, Kenneth M. ' 47 |_ee, Robert E. ' 50 Rogers, Ernest ' 49 Prophet, Gerald D. ' 50 Tucker. Gordon ' 49 Rashford. James M. ' 49 Schilke. Lester S. ' 50 Schweppe. Warren ' 50 Snider. William L ' 49 Sylvester. William S. ' 50 Tomlinson, George ' 49 Tryon. Thomas R. ' 49 Ward, Thomas ' 50 Weingarten. Horold ' 50 Wells. Jack E. ' 49 Wornick, James S. ' 49 Yett. Bernord H. ' 48 408 IfifTO X bounded at Rensselaer Poly- | ech Ic Institute, Troy, New fork. In 1864. Upsilon chap- •er, 1915. 37 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Botes, David ' 50 Carlin. Jomes ' 49 Chomberloln, Bob ' 50 Gerdes, Ely ' 50 Gerdes, Glenn ' 50 Harris, Thomas ' 50 Lewis, John ' 47 Loveless. Rod ' 49 Piquette, Robert ' 50 Ridqeway, Robert ' 49 Smith. Donold Gr. Strom, Donald ' 50 Thompkins, William ' 49 Wilson, Scott ' 49 Bennett, Kenneth, President Albright, Aubrey ' 47 Bonnister, Robert ' 49 Beoudin, Dovid ' 50 Bennett, William ' 48 Bonham, Bruce ' 50 Boothe, Poul ' 50 Caillier, Edward ' 49 Carr, Douglas ' 48 Carr, Edward ' 48 Covanaugh, Raymond ' 50 Crawford, Robert ' 49 Davidge, Robert ' 50 Dempsey, A. Jock ' 49 Dierck, Wallace ' 50 Srenier, Richord ' 48 Helland, Joseph ' 47 Herzog, Robert L. ' 50 Johnson, Warren B. ' 47 Jones, Stanley ' 49 Joshlin, Robert ' 50 King, Jock ' 47 King, James ' 50 Kocok, Orhan ' 49 Lamorche, John ' 50 Lay, Warren ' 49 Lindahl, George ' 50 Lindsey, Henry ' 47 McCurdy, Richard ' 49 McGuire, Jerome Moore, Charles ' 48 Nordlie, Glenn, Jr. ' 49 Oppie, LeRooy ' 50 Paulsen, Thomos ' 50 Pritchett, James ' 50 Putnam, John ' 47 Roegner, Kenneth, Jr. ' 47 Sjoblom, H. Roy ' 49 Spohr, Robert ' 48 Staab, Rodney ' 49 Stonsbury, Lloyd ' 49 Tang, Theodore ' 49 Valentine, Warren ' 50 Wolker, Virgil ' 48 Wolter, Donald E. ' 48 Welborn, Donold ' 49 Welborn, Thomos ' 50 409 Kelter, George, President Anschell, Gerard ' 50 Borosh, Dan ' 49 Benningson, Ramon ' 50 Brashen, Merrill ' 50 Bridge, Herb ' 47 Capito, Sidney ' 50 Checov, Lou Gr. Cohan, Hubert ' 47 Cohn, Gerold ' 50 Degginger, Charles ' 50 Deutsch, Allon ' 50 Eder, Phillip ' 50 Esfeld, Donald ' 50 Finke, Stanley ' 50 Friedman. Paul ' 50 Friedman, Stanley ' 49 Giant, Irving ' 50 Giant, Merton ' 50 Greenbaum, Norman ' 50 Greenfield, Harold Gr. Greenfield, Jim ' 49 Grieff, Marvin ' 50 Homerslaugh, Herbert ' 47 Hardman, Walter ' 50 Hochberg, Donald ' 47 Hornstein, David ' 47 Hurwitz, Elihu ' 49 Kleinberg, William ' 47 Levin, Herb ' 49 Levine, Jesse Gr. Lewis, Julian ' 49 Lindenberger, Richard ' 49 Lurie, Tobert ' 48 Millman, Mort ' 50 Nudelman, Gerald ' 50 Oseran, Henry ' 49 Petersky, Millard ' 50 Quint, Richard ' 49 R ' ckles, George ' 49 Robbins, Burt Gr. Rogoway, Ned ' 50 Robinson, Phil ' 49 Sameth, Irwin ' 49 Sorkowsky, Hermon ' 50 Schwartz, Gene ' 48 Semler, Herb ' 49 Solomon, Paul ' 50 Speyer, Paul ' 50 Toll, Leonard ' 50 zne Btlfl IflU Founded at the Col lege of New York ir 1898. Alpha Mu chap ter, 1924. 37 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Burnett, Robert Gr. Crohn, Jerry ' 50 Friedman, Louis ' 47 Griff. Merle ' 48 Robbins, Arnold ' 49 Secord. Don ' 48 Silver, William ' 50 Weil, Robert ' 49 Wolfe, Julian, ' 50 Wolfstone, Stan ' 49 Zocks, Arthur ' 48 410 zne PSI Founded at New York University in 1847. Phi Lambda chapter, 1920. 30 chapters. Members Not Pictured: Brower, Max ' 48 Clifford. Philip N. Codling, Donald Diltz, Edward ' 48 Logan, Kenneth ' 49 Nicholson, Arthur ' 47 Potton, Harry ' 48 Strohecker, James ' 50 Todich, Dmitri Graf, Robert H., President Anderson, Foster R. ' 48 Anderson, Henry N. ' 50 Andrews, Jerry Gr. Atkinson, Alan W. ' 49 Baer, Donald ' 48 Broom, John R. ' 50 Brown, Donald M. ' 49 Brown, Robert ' 48 Bush, Raymond ' 47 Clifford, Douglas ' 48 Cortney, Donald Gr. Crawford, N. Craig ' 48 Day. Edwin J., Jr. ' 48 Dupar, Robert ' 49 Eberlein. James ' 48 Evans, Garrison ' 48 Frost, John ' 50 Geisler, Cormon ' 49 Graham, John ' 48 Griffin. De Witt C, Jr. 50 Gustavson, Norman ' 47 Hoines. Charles ' 48 HItchman. Leonard ' 49 Hubbell, Jay H. ' 49 Huntington, William 50 Ingstad, Dean ' 50 Johnson, Mack Johnson, Willard ' 50 Kippenhan, Dean ' 49 Locher, John Duane ' 50 Lausch, Bryson ' 49 Lucas, Colin Gr. McNicoll, Alastoir ' 48 Manning, Donald ' 49 Marihugh, Lloyd, Jr. ' 48 Maybee. Archie Wm. ' 50 Merllno. Angelo ' 50 Norton. Donald ' 50 O ' Donnell. Richard ' 49 Orton. Albert ' 50 Palmer. Russell ' 47 Patten, William ' 48 Penn. Homer John ' 50 Perry, Richard ' 50 Perry, Thaddeus R. ' 47 Punnett, John ' 50 Raymond, John ' 49 Reis. Stonley ' 49 Ringstead, Emery J. ' 50 Sampelayo, Jose ' 50 Sanwick, Kendall ' 49 Schweibert, Leslie ' 47 Simpson, William ' 48 Smith, Mack ' 48 Thwing, Jomes ' 50 Trantow, John ' 48 Walling, John ' 49 Wentworth, Justin ' 47 Yellam. Robert ' 50 wsm Lni (i mm : » »»— •■ O F f - -aBatxJU SL TVUiV STUDEiiTS ' co-optRoiivf essocifliion Carlton Appelo President Nettie Jean Ross Secretary- Monoger OfflCffiS Jim McCouley Vice-President BOBRD mtmBfllS Bill Bonsoll Hugh Gossman Gilbert Gray Iva Jacobsen Betty Pearson Mahlon Perrine Helen Warbinqton THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE active members and stockholders, all students, elect nine fellow students as Board of Directors of the Students ' Cooperative Association who, with the assistance of five advisory members, direct the policies of the group. Believing in religious, racial and social equality, the SCA attempts to provide the basis for student life that is mature, democratic, idealistic and practical. Not Pictured: Patricia Sutton, Ed Hooven, board mem- bers; Vernon L. Dotson, Gwen Riffe, advisory board. flDVISOIiy BOARD 414 Ernest M. Conrad H. B. Densmore Harold L. Hines Robert C. Scott ROfCfit Members Not Pictured: Boettcher, Kathleen ' 48 Dzo, Frances Y-L Gr. Ferguson, Robin E. ' 50 Slynn, Eleanor M. Gr. Harrington. Helen H. ' 49 Heocock, Jacqueline ' 49 Kelly, Elvie M. ' 48 Medbury, Patricia L. ' 50 Millay, Ernestine T. ' 49 Moffat, Nancy G. ' 48 Owens. Geneva F, ' 49 Patterson, Betty A. ' 50 Peffer, Dorothy M. ' 48 Scott, Betty J. ' 48 Solie, Freda F. ' 50 Stairs, Billie L. ' 50 Stanfield, Chorline Gr. Wade, Virgene N. ' 50 Yorke, Margaret ' 49 Montgomery. Joyce. President Andersen, Karen L. ' 47 Bonfleld, Eliiabeth B. ' 47 Brown, Delores A. ' 49 Bush, Naomi E. ' 49 Dowke, Edna ' 48 Gano, Margaret Gr Hartz, Josephine L. ' 49 Hjelm, Jennilee ' 50 Lawrence, Caroline S. ' 48 Lowe, Marjorie D. ' 48 MocDonald, Jean M. ' 49 MacCullough, Pat A. ' 50 McKulla, Kay G. ' 49 Morgan. Jean M. ' 50 Newkirk. Dorothy M. ' 47 Orthman, Margaret J. ' 48 Porks. Margoret J. ' 48 Paulicheck, Lois E. ' 49 Pearson, Betty M. ' 49 Potter. Jeccisa C. ' 50 Rhoden, Doris M. C. ' 48 Rogers, Mary C. ' 47 Smith, Delores M. ' 48 Stedman, Morion L. ' 47 Stevens, Betty J, ' 50 Swolling, Rosalind M. ' 47 Swanson, Doris Jean Gr, Taylor, Edith M. ' 50 VonSickle, Donna S. ' 50 Wicks, Pauline C. ' 47 Williams, Charlotte ' 49 Williams, Ruth E. ' 47 415 i Ing, Elizabeth President Al+imus, Evelyn ' 48 Alvord. Morgenio ' 50 Benedict, Thelmo ' 47 Bergsagel. Clara ' 48 Caley, Virginia ' 48 Davids. Jean ' 50 Dickson, Olive ' 49 Doninger, Marie ' 47 Soddard, Shirley ' 49 Gray, Juanifa ' 50 Grindeland, Joyce ' 48 Hamllfon. Mildred ' 49 Henson. F. jvogene ' 49 Helgeson, Ruth ' 49 Keltner, Mary Ellen ' 49 Larson, Joyce ' 47 McLean, Margaret ' 47 NIemI, Gertrude ' 50 Ondo. Virginia ' 49 Peterson, Mary ' 48 Pon. Voleen ' 48 Read, Virginia ' 50 Sh lgayo, Mary ' 48 Taylor, Louisa ' 48 Tucker, Beverly ' 49 Wagstaff, Constance ' 49 Waldron, Wilma ' 49 Worbington, Helen ' 47 Watson. Jean ' 49 synflDtLPHif HOUSf Members Not Pictured: Alnsworth, Normo . ' 49 Baker, Lucille I. ' 48 Ewing, Morgaref P. Gr. Holler, Dorothy R. ' 48 Kom, Pearl G. Gr. Munn, Marguerite A. ' 49 Ross, Betfy Jane ' 49 Ross, Leona M. ' 51 Sutherland. Margoret E. ' 50 Taylor, P. Eiiiobeth ' 48 Young, Phyllis J. Gr. I I 416 OUSf Members Not Pictured: Iwanuga, George Sr. Loetfler, Alvin Gr. Noess, Searle ' 49 Post, Vernon ' 49 Smith, Donald Gr. Stewart, William ' 49 Alger, Robert President, Winter Bonsall, William ' 47 Brun, Christian ' 47 Carlson, James ' 49 Clark. Donald ' 48 CoK, James ' 50 Dennison, Clayton ' 49 Ellexson, Stanley, Jr. ' 50 Faulkner, Albert President, Fall Fetter, Earl ' 49 Foto, Frank M. ' 48 Frost, Arthur ' 47 Gouley, Joseph ' 47 Harpole, James ' 47 President, Spring Hodglns, Harold ' 49 Hull, Garry ' 50 Kaszycki, George ' 49 Kelton, Robert ' 47 Knowles, Richard ' 49 Kyle, Stanley ' 49 Leonard, Lawrence ' 49 Level, Edward Gr. LIvland, John ' 49 McCauley, James Gr. McCormick, Douglas ' 50 McElhoe, Forrest 47 McLeod, Malcom49 Nakagowa, William ' 50 Page, Donald ' 47 Pendergrass, Walter ' 49 Quick, Ernest ' 47 Riddell, Gordon ' 49 Sceva, Jack ' 48 Shigaya, Kenneth ' 50 Stianson, Bjorn ' 50 Truesdell, Galen ' 49 Twedt, Homer ' 48 Young, William A. ' 48 I Appelo. Burton A. ' 50 Boker, Gordon A. ' 49 Ball, C. Dwight ' 51 Bell, H. Lloyd ' 48 Boddington, Rodney A. ' 51 Bull, C. Harlon ' 50 Clark, Jerald A. ' 50 Flory, James F. ' 51 Foster, Forrest D. ' 48 Fujioka, George S. ' 50 Golleor, Darrell C. ' 50 Gerstmann, Paul E. ' 47 Gray, Gilbert W. ' 49 Hanks, George D. ' 50 Hansen, Edward A. ' 51 Meg, Robert!. ' 50 Holman, Albert E. ' 50 Imeson, Lincoln H. ' 50 Johnson, Kenneth M. ' 50 Jordon, Lowell H. ' 49 Kroph, John F. ' 50 Kubota, Herbert ' 50 Lakin, J. Maxwell ' 49 Legg, Arthur E. ' 50 Lubbe, Fred R. ' 51 McGuInness, Douglas ' 49 Miles, Harold H. ' 49 Mullineaux, Donal R. ' 47 Mullineaux, Richard D. ' 48 Newkirk, Herman R. ' 50 Palmer, V. Dale ' 49 Palmer, Dean R. ' 48 Polmer, Philip D. ' 48 Parkhurst, Robert D. ' 49 Peterson, James E. ' 50 Richards, Lowell ' 47 Saeger, Richmond H. ' 49 Street, Harold W., Jr. ' 48 Williver, Dayton C. ' 50 ' (IlflCGRfGOfi HOUSt Anand, Satish Appelo, Carlton Blake, William Harrell. Willie Keyes, Gilbei McCauley, James McLeod. Scott Munce. Wai-field Nadkorni. P. S. Neiely, Karl Orosa, Jose R. Shim. Anthony Wu. James Not Pictured: Ching Fan Chen, P. S. Chiang, Paul Crawford, P. R. Deshpande, T. C. Fan, Range Iyengar, Robert Jacobson, Erwin Knapp, Kenneth Koe, Richard Lander, Dick Low, John Phillips, Koore Svalastoga, Robert Urato, James Van Horn, David Walker, Stanley Williams, Hei Pa Wong. flHRflflllOnOL HOUSE fiiEfi ' s SHfiiiuooD um Not Pictured: Robert Davis, George Englesby, Raymond Jepsen, Stanley Johnston, Alvin Kistemaker, John Koenig, Donald Lofquist, Benjamin Santos, Dante Santos, FHarry Schuh, Gordon Smith, h4arry Solberg, Ross Sutherland. Harris, Frank President Aspaas, Arthur ' 48 Burns, Maurice ' 49 Campbell, Lawrence ' 50 Chervenak, Robert ' 50 Dracobly, Calvin ' 50 Kelton, Robert ' 47 Lloyd, Donald ' 50 Lorentson, Gory ' 50 Oatey, Joseph ' 48 Perrine, Mohlon ' 49 Syltebo, Biarne ' 48 419 Corbetf, Pat President Connolly. Orobelle Howard, Florence lyolt, Lillian Jocobson, Iva Kawol, Julienne Skarponi, Virginia Not Pictured: Beverly Barnhart, Ellen Brolin. Grace Florence. Maude Frischnecht, Secretary; Mary Fulton, Barbara Guy. Social Chairman; Sharon hiimes, Donna Moore, Christine Schnurstein, Glorio Stokes, Jean Taylor, Muriel White, Thelmo Wood. uiomtn ' s SHEfiUJOOD house VefiSliy HALL Not Pictured. " Joseph Cooper, John Heinz, Rex Rolie, vice-president: Charles Russell, James Seitz. Ramsey, Leiand President Alfano, Francis ' 47 Altman, William ' 47 Baker, Glenn ' 49 Bishop, Gront ' 50 Dress, Don ' 49 Dunlap, Gerald ' 49 Grundy, Donald ' 50 Hanson, James ' 49 Hicks, James L. ' 49 Secretary-Treasurer Kosper, Robert ' 48 McBorron, Stan ' 50 Mobley, Leighfon ' 50 Perrault, Robert ' 49 Scholz, " y illiam ' SO Vonnet, David ' 50 Daivill. Fred President Hoeft, Kermlt Secretary-Treasurer Whelpley, Howard Athletic Chairman Cole, Dick Grant. Bill Halsan, Wally Reed. Kermit Stewart, Walter Stewort, Warren Thai, Samuel RfllfllfR HflLl ufiivEfisiiy CHfiiSTien union Not Pictured: Helen Brown, Vicky Junes, Lorraine Kienholz, Irene Moos. Johnson, Phyllis President- Anderson, Astrid Secretary Betty, Doris Burke, Doris Gustofson, Gladys Vice-President Henrikson, Alice Johnson, Meryl Kienholz, Virginia Louner, Phyllis LInd, Marian Messingale, Jean Treasurer Smith, Mary Ann Sunden, Shirley Jarton, JoAnn. President 1 i AngeloH, Ellen Gr. t Ashton, Joy L. 548 Atkinson, Lorraine ' 47 Bailey, Dorothy W. 47 Baker, Bernice ' 49 Barrett, June ' 48 QT n Barry, Margaret ' 47 nUo Bishop, Yvonne ' 48 i Bjorklund, Ruth ' 49 Blakiston, Joan Gr. Bliss, Eleanor Gr. Bourns, Lorraine ' 49 Broughton, Maryellen ' 49 Brown, Betty ' 47 Members Not Pictured: Browne, Shirley ' 48 Almond, Connie ' 47 Bruhn, Nancy ' 49 Arthur, Audrey ' 48 Bobich, Mary ' 48 Buell, Grace ' 48 Baylis, Penny ' 48 Carlson, Sigrid ' 48 Beotty, Hoiel ' 48 Bishop, Helen ' 48 Chapman, Jean ' 47 Bronk, Edith ' 49 Clarke, Jeon ' 49 Chomness, Ann ' 49 Chertkow, Geets ' 48 Conrad, Madlyn ' 49 Coleman, Barbara ' 50 Derwin, Pot ' 48 Cooper, Barbara ' 49 Enger, Pauline ' 47 DeBould, Connie ' 47 Gardner, Margaret ' 47 , Garrard, Jeanne ' 48 Duffy, Helen ' 47 Hollock, Barbara Gr. Garland, JoAnne ' 49 Highsmith, Mariiane ' 49. Hoff, Shirley ' 47 Ghormley, Bonnie ' 48 Howell, Ann Gr. Hubbard, Pot ' 47 Ghormley, Bettie ' 48 Hunt, Elizabeth Gr. Kemmerer, Shirley ' 49 Graber, Jeannetfe Gr. Leach, Elizabeth ' 50 Gravenslund, Wilma ' 48 Leonard, Jane ' 47 Greenberg, Morion ' 47 Lewis, Eleanor ' 50 Lundman, Patricia ' 49 Harmer, Ardys ' 47 Lushbough, Sylvia Gr. Hoynes. Jeonette ' 47 Maletis, Mory ' 49 Molly, Mary ' 47 Monsen, Margery ' 47 Hede, Agnes ' 47 McGuinness, Marg. ' 49 Hepp, Dorothy ' 49 Melville, Terry ' 48 Moorgeli, Nodine ' 48 Hockett, Edna ' 49 Morgan, Helen Gr. Hoffman, Doris ' 48 Murray, Eliiobeth ' 48 Patch, Kothryn ' 49 Hopp, Peggy ' 48 Poffenberger, June ' 48 Howe, Eleanor ' 48 Prince. Margaret ' 49 Pumphrey, Margaret ' 5C Purkepile, Audrey ' 49 Ifland, Miriam ' 48 Sewell, GobrielleGr. Isaacson, Solly ' 49 Shaffer, Janice ' 48 Ivankovitch, Janet ' 47 Swendson, Morclo ' 49 Teter, Diana ' 49 Jenkins, Emily ' 48 Wheatley, Mildred ' 47 Widman, Morgaret ' 48 Johnson, Elsie ' 48 Johnson, Morion ' 49 422 eusii HBLL Joseph. Mary ' 47 Kawasaki, Sue ' 49 Kuehl. Joy " 48 Larimer, Shirley ' 49 Larson, Verle ' 49 Lind, Elsie ' 48 Lindqulsf, Beverly 49 Lipscomb, Laura ' 49 Lovejoy, Eileen ' 47 Maclntyre, Mary ' 48 McAllisfer. Nadine ' 49 McFote, Joyce ' 49 McGuInness, Sally ' 47 McNeely. Lenore ' 49 Meserve, Maurlne ' 47 Metcalfe. Mary ' 49 Mefz, Sandy ' 49 Michael, Janet ' 49 Miller, Virginia Mooie. Helena ' 49 Muhs, AnnoLee " 47 Munz, Doris ' 49 Oakley, Virginia ' 49 Odermat, Rita ' 49 Odermat. Yolanda Ferryman, Charlotte ' 49 Prince, Elaine ' 48 Repafh. Patricia ' 47 RliiutI, Pauline ' 49 Saddler. Volda ' 48 Schllaty, Helen ' 49 Selde, Yvonne ' 47 Shaffer. Carol ' 48 Sleverllng. Barbara ' 48 Sieverling, Shirley ' 47 Smith, Marjorie ' 48 Smith, Tsulon ' 47 Soderlond, Goldlmae ' 49 Stein, June ' 47 Stewart, Lorraine ' 49 Suhr, Corol ' 49 Teller, Sally ' 49 Thompson, Betty ' 47 Twiss, Winifred ' 49 Uddenberg, Patricia ' 49 Westin, Margaret ' 50 Wolverfon, Alice ' 49 423 West. Morgaret President Aim, Dorothy ' 49 Batey, Marilyn 1. ' 48 Beck, Glorio ' 49 Bengston, Elsie ' 49 Berg, Greta ' 49 Best, Florence ' 49 Blackburn, Borbora ' 49 fY 1 r r Blair, Barbara ' 47 I r rf Bleck, Dorothy ' 48 1 u 1 L L Boswell, Lilo Ruth ' 49 PI Brown, Alice Marie ' 47 . . Brown, June ' 50 L L Brown, Viola ' 49 Corruthers, Joan ' 49 - Chang, Jade ' 48 Criswell, Doris ' 49 Dart, Nancy ' 49 Members Not Pictured: Delsman, Pot ' 48 Davis, Muriel ' 49 Dickson, Janice ' 47 Dudley, Wilmo ' 50 Dostal, Nilva ' 47 Duell, Gwenn ' 50 Feeney, Noreen ' 50 Floyd, Margaret ' 49 Dougherty, Jean ' 48 Frailer, Mary ' 50 Doub, Elinor ' 48 Gudjohnsen, Asa ' 49 Etzkorn, Marie ' 47 Guthrie, Mary Louise ' 48 Evans, Marjorie ' 47 Hall, Beverly ' 49 Floe, Dorothy ' 50 Hebert, Barbara ' 48 Kemp, Geraldine ' 47 Fornelli, Tina ' 50 Larsen, Betty ' 49 Lymburn, Jean ' 49 Frederich, Nancy ' 48 Mladenich, Roseanne ' 48 Freeburg, Lucille ' 50 Moor, Jean ' 50 Moe, Joy ' 50 Fullager, Alice ' 49 Nelson, Elinor ' 48 Gattovora, Jane ' 49 Perrault, Beverly ' 49 Gilmore, Elizabeth ' 47 Porter, Josephine ' 49 Glltiam, Janice ' 48 Smevaag,, Norma ' 48 Smith, Barbara Smith, Janice ' 49 Goodman, Barbara ' 48 Spellman, Dorothy ' 48 Grandey, Patricia ' 49 Twiss, Iris ' 50 hiam, Mary ' 50 Vallentgoad, Elisabeth ' 48 Hamilton, Kathleen ' 48 Woodman, Shirley ' 50 Hansen, Barbara ' 50 Henderson, Marjorie ' 48 Hindley, Barbara ' 50 Hooker, Anita ' 49 Horey, Joanne ' 50 Johnson, Bertha ' 49 Johnson, Marjorie ' 50 Jolly, Beverly ' 47 Juberg, Irene ' 48 Keightly, Phillls ' 49 Kerley, Betty Lee ' 50 Kohler, Barbara ' 49 Lebeck, Doris ' 49 Lebeck, Marjorie ' 47 Lee. Thelma Irene ' 50 Lemon, Lois Jean ' 49 Loan, Louise ' 50 Ludwig, Ruth ' 48 Lutes, Eleanor ' 49 424 Madden, Geraldlne ' 50 J lUcKff HULL 425 Malmedal. Betty ' 48 Magill. Bernadine ' 50 Matikmd. Ruth ' 50 McNeill, Doreljeon ' 47 McQueen, Margaret ' 49 Michels, Janice ' 50 Miller, Audrey ' 50 Miller, Virginia 49 Monte ha I in, Jacqueline ' 48 Muscoviti, E. Louise ' 48 Musselman, Marjorie ' 49 Nelson. Loiraine ' 50 Newhom, Beverly ' 48 Nicola. Margaret ' 47 Oien, Florita ' 49 Oliver, Carol ' 47 Osborne, D. Louise ' 48 Paul, Virginia ' 47 Pickert, Lila ' 49 Plourd, Naomi ' 48 Reichmuth, Rosalie ' 48 Roach, Virginia ' 49 Routt. M. Elizabeth ' 48 Solo, Edith ' 49 Savio, June Marie ' 48 Schram, Norma ' 48 Schultheis, Frances ' 50 Silverman, Jane ' 47 Simmons, Fern ' 47 Smith, Danalee ' 48 Smith. Erieen ' 49 Smith, Barbara Joanne ' 48 Smith. Virginia ' 50 Soriano, Gloria ' 48 Stanton, Antoinette ' 49 Stanton. Margaret ' 49 Stoffer, Helen ' 48 Strode, Florence ' 49 Symonds. Margaret ' 50 Taylor, Maxine ' 48 Thorsen, Margaret ' 50 Thorstensen, Erma ' 48 Tripp, Elsie ' 47 Trout, Imogene " 48 Van Hees, Virginia ' 48 Volk, Edith ' 49 Worchol, Bernice ' 48 Weber, Lorraine ' 49 Whitlotch, Virginia ' 48 Whitman. Lillian ' 48 Williams, Doris 47 Williams, Eileen ' 49 Williams, Loretto ' 49 Wilson, Joy ' 50 Winters, Dorothy ' 48 Wuthenow, Phyllis ' 50 Yates. Elizabeth ' 49 Zovin, Adele ' 49 Ackerman, Charlotte ' 49 Allen, Jessie ' 50 Allman, Catherine ' 47 Anderson. Donna ' 50 Anfonsen, Nanna ' 49 Armour. Betty Gr. Barlow, Doreen ' 50 Bell, Donna ' 50 Berges, Arlene ' 50 Berray. Betty ' 48 Bllze, Barbaro ' 49 Boson, Anne Louise ' 50 Bostrom, Greta Ann ' 50 Brown, Jean ' 48 Cohill. Mory ' 50 Cohen, Lorraine ' 47 Crawford, Eleanor ' 50 Davis, Margaret ' 48 Dickinson. Ruby " 50 Dodd. Sarah ' 48 Draham, Vicky ' 47 Eoton. Betty ' 50 Erickson, Edith ' 50 Fairing, Patricio ' 50 Fisk, Joan ' 50 Flax. Lita Theresa ' 47 Frontilla, Eileen ' 49 Govan, Norma ' 49 Hansen, Margery ' 49 Hanson, Beo ' 48 Hansen, Doris Mae ' 50 Harbst, Woldo ' 49 Henriot. Kathryn ' 49 Hirvela, Elene ' 49 Hirsch, Mary Ella ' 50 Hodges, Ernestine ' 49 Hoflond, Ardis ' 50 Hogg, Marliyn ' 50 Ives. Thora ' 48 Jackson. Audrey ' 48 Kawoi, Julionne ' 49 Knight. Patricia ' 47 Knudsen, Caroline ' 47 HALL Members Not Pictured: Adams, Regina Gr, Benedict, Morion Gr. Bernard, Mary ' 50 Brandstrom, MargareW Braze!, Shirley ' 48 Campanella, June ' 50 Cheng, Chioyin Gr. Clemens, Joan Davis, Geraldine ' 47 Diriam, Mary ' 50 Emery, Julia ' 49 Finnigon, Jeon ' 48 Fleming, Ruth Hall. Pauline ' 50 Horst, Bevery ' 50 Huhto, Mary ' 49 Jose, Thelma ' 50 Keene, Arlene Kwek, Chew-yee Gr. Lepine, Bertha ' 49 Lofquist. Aileen ' 48 MocLennon. Janet Gr Ma, Yang Lon Gr. Milligan, Roberta ' 50 Newell. Helgo Jean ' 4 Owens, Donna ' 47 Parsons, Anna ' 50 Rector, Esther ' 49 Reynolds, Joan Gr. Rogers. Shirley Gr. Rothermon, Jean Gr. Schofield. Patricia ' 50 Seigley, Geroldine ' 50 Simmons, Anna Lee ' 5C Smith, Lorene Turner, Mary Louise ' 4 ' ■ Vincent, BIythe " 50 Wei, Wen-Yen Gr. Wilson, Margaret ' 49 Wood. Dorothy ' 49 Yang, Winnifred Gr. Kreuti, Shirley ' 48 Land, Marguerite ' 47 Larson, Lois ' 50 426 Ltfliiy HALL Lee, Helene ' 49 Lind, Genevieve ' 48 LIndsey, Doris ' 47 Lynn, Patricia ' 50 McDaniel, Mary ' 47 McDougoll, Doreen ' 48 Martin, Joanne ' 48 Melbo, Phyllis ' 50 Minor. Mary K. ' 47 Mock. Velma ' 49 Moll, Carolyn ' 50 Morrison, Margaret " 48 Mueller. Donna ' 48 Neilson, Elizabeth ' 50 Nelson, Virginia ' 48 Newkirk, Lore ' 47 O ' Connor. Retha ' 50 Oestreick, Genevieve ' 49 Ports, Peggy ' 47 Perkins. Mary ' 50 Peterson, Joyce ' 48 Phillips. Betty Jean ' 47 Phillipson, Margaret ' 49 Pohlman, Mary ' 49 Porter, Patricia ' 50 Pritchord. Frances ' 48 Purcell, Gerry ' 48 Rapp, Roberta ' 48 Rehm, Lucile ' 49 Root, Doris ' 49 Roslund, June ' 50 Ross, Shirley ' 50 Sattlemeir, Meryl ' 50 Smart. Jane ' 48 Sorenson, Beatrice ' 49 Steilberg. Therese ' 49 Stephens. Jacquelyn ' 50 Swonson, Dorothy ' 49 Swan+on, Lois ' 49 Takel, Yuki 47 Van Liew, Ruth ' 47 Walker, Dorothy ' 48 427 V alker, Janet ' 48 V illlams, June ' 49 Young, Helen ' 49 Nielson, Anlfa, President Acteson, Ruth ' 50 Allen, Gertrude ' 49 Allen, Jane ' 49 Anderson, Catherine ' 48 Anderson, June ' 50 Binns, Adella ' 49 Bjork, Amy ' 50 Breed, Mary ' 49 Bremner, Margoref ' 49 Bryant, Rosemary ' 50 Burgess. Jacqueline ' 47 Bush, Nadine ' 49 Cove, Glorio ' 48 Crossley, Betty ' 48 Davidson, Catherine ' 50 Dundas, Marjorie ' 49 Dwinell, Maxine ' 50 Earharf, June ' 49 Ebrlght. Alice ' 49 Eccies, Mary Gr. Finke, Nancy ' 48 Fiink, June ' 49 Gambill, Marjorie ' 49 Gibson, Mary ' 48 hHamilton, Helen ' 50 hlamilton, Jessie ' 50 Harmon, Barbara ' 50 Harris, Lois ' 49 Hill, Shirley ' 47 Irick, Lois ' 48 Jackson, Evelyn ' 50 James, Jackie ' 49 Johnson, Shirley ' 50 Johnston, Bonnie ' 48 Jung, Angela Gr. Kawasaki, Kotherlne ' 50 Kropf, Janice ' 49 Madden, Bonnie ' 49 Mann, Mary ' 48 Martin, Clarice ' 50 Matson, Beverly ' 50 Moylott, A.Viola ' 47 McGuire, Potricia ' 47 McKay, Jane ' 48 Menefee, Glenna ' 50 Meyer, Joyce ' 50 Michel, Genevieve ' 50 Middlekauff, Dorothy ' 50 Mitchell, Faith ' 50 Moon, Marjorie ' 48 Nanninga, Audrey ' 48 Nilson, Marie ' 49 Norris, Dorothy ' 49 Pearson, Carol ' 50 Pitien, Ruth ' 50 Plowman, Maxine ' 50 Osborn, Dorothy ' 49 RizzutI, Margaret ' 50 Salts, Mary ' 49 SchiessI, Edith ' 50 Scott, Mary ' 50 Sloane. Marijean Gr. Smith, Susan ' 50 Smith, Sylvia ' 50 Stanley, Jeanne ' 48 Straughan, Carley ' 48 Strom, Alice ' 50 Sundell, Helen Gr. Turner, Joanne ' 49 Verbon, Margaret ' 49 Wanq, Frances ' 49 Word, Ethyl ' 50 Warner, Florence ' 49 Weqforth, Barbara ' 47 Williams, Charline ' 50 Williams, Debora Gr. Wilson. Edith ' 48 Ziroff Mary ' 49 BLfliflf fiflLL I Members Not Pictured: Adams, Eudora ' 48 Anderson, EHle ' 50 Bovee, Lucille ' 49 Canup, Marjorie ' 49 Crosiey, Jean Gr. Elmgren, Elaine ' 50 Fedor. Elizabeth ' 49 Ferris, Faye ' 47 Fries, Joan ' 50 Harris, Eileen ' 50 Harris, Gwendolyn ' 49 Harris, Nellie ' 50 Hen moon, Regina Gr. Jocobson, Frances Gr. Jentoft, Virginia ' 50 Kendall. Margaret ' 47 Kvamme, Ingeborg ' 50 Latshaw, Patricia ' 50 Lawless, Mory ' 50 Maguire, Elizabeth ' 48 McLellan, Loretto ' 49 McMeekin, Jan ' 50 Moberg, Josephine ' 50 Morgan, Rosemary ' 49 Morris, Gene Gr. Mulvihlll, Betty ' 50 Nelson. Doris M. ' 48 Nick, Marie ' 49 Phillips. LIIa ' 50 Prentice, Barbara ' 50 Rodman, LeoH ' 50 Sneed, Eva ' 50 Sommer, Janet ' 50 Stange, Irene ' 48 Valissarakos, Katherine ' 49 Wooton, Susan ' 47 428 flCHHOUILtDGdlflllS With the completion of the I 947 TYEE comes the closing of o host of wonderful memories not only for the record-breaking number of students of the University of Washington, but especially for the TYEE staff. There are no adequate words with which I may express my gratitude and sincere appreciation to the entire staff for their effort and time, involving many hours at night, on the week-ends and during vocation, which mode this book a reality. To those who are not staff members, my sincere thanks: To Frank Pratt, Russell Graves, Roy Wilcox, hHorry Larimer, Charlie Prowse and Leo Schroeder of Lowman and LHanford for their Interest, advice ond cooperation in the printing of the Tyee. To hlarleth Steinke of Dexter Engraving for the assistance which he so generously gave, and Burton Grinnell for the color picture of President Allen. To Jean hHopkins and Mary Savery who assembled photograph panels; to Ed Egon who took organization pictures, and to Ed Kennell, all of Kennell-Ellis, uptown. To H. C. Hunter of the University News Service for his assistance in assembling photographs for the faculty section. To the University Athletic News Service, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer and The Seattle Times for the use of some of their pictures in the sports section. To Cherami florists for the orchid corsage which was photographed for the social season sub-division page; to Dollie McAssey for the use of the manikin on the queens sub-division page, and to the Army department for the use of their bugle on the military sub-division page. And to Bob hiallgren, John hHieber, ond Dean Palmer for photographing all of the sub-division pages. To Dean hierbert T. Condon for his advice and assistance in ossembling the information for the Board of Regents ' page. To Clyde A. Robinson, Publications ' manager, for his advice, trips to the engraver and never-tiring patience, and to Donelyn Jaeger, Publica- tions ' secretary. JUDY WILLIAMS ZIMMERMAN Editor 429 INDEX Aaron, Joseph H.. 408 Aarvold, Harold N.. 66 Abbot. Shirley. :!70 Abbott. Keith. 37 ' .) Abbott, Margaret, 66. .■iSO. :!, ' )5 Abel, Robert. Sflfl Abel, Shirley, 361 Abies, Tom. 393 Abrams, Bella. 66. 360 Abramsoii, Charles, 403 Absher. Patricia. 66 Acacia. 37S Acheson. Diiane B.. 319. :!4-l Acheson, Gary. 403 .Ackeiihausen. Richard V., 391 Acker, Karl. 333 Ackerman. Carl S., 391 Ackerman. Charlotte, 426 Ackerman. Phyllis. 66 Acklev. Iiouglas, 394 Ackley. Richard, 379 Aciesbn, Ruth. 428 Adair, Joseph A.. 66. 387 Adams, Anne. 111. 116, 123. 124, 127, 139, 143, 163, 306. 363 Adams, Brock, 309, 391 Adams. Edwin. 123, 124 Adams. Eudora. 42S Adams, Harold A.. 29 Adams, Jerry Z., 331 Adams, Margaret E., 66. 360 Adams, Marian. 181 Adams, Mary, 314 Adams, Phyllis B.. 66. 345 Adelphi, 216. 318,319 Adkisson, William C. 66. 274, 278, 312. 325, 380 Administration. 20 Adolphson, Roland A.. 388 Adolphson, Ted. 240 Afflerbach, Barbara R., 126. 135, 137, 306 .- gnew, Patricia C., 66, 255 Ahrens, William H., 393 Aiken, Barbara, 352 Ainsworth, Xorma G., 416 Albert, Douglas F., 66. 324, 390 Alberts, Frank, 390 Albi, Gene, 164 Albi, Jean J.. 188, 344, 397 Albright, Alto. 343 Albright, Aubrey W., 66. 344. 409 Alderson. Jolin. 186 Alexander, David G., 398 Alexander, Grace, 354 Alfano. Francis P., 66, 344, 420 Alger, Xorman, 333 Alger, Robert, 322, 417 Alhadeff, Victor M., 401 Allan, Barbara J.. 340, 360 Allan. Carol Jean, 62, 123. 139, 163. 306 Allason, Courtney V., 396 Allen, Alice. 191 Allen. Clyde F.. 395 Allen, r)eborah, 364 Allen, Dorothy. 362 Allen. l oUKlas. 399 Allen. George. 390 . ' Mien. Gertrude, 428 Allen. Jane. 428 Allen, Jessie. 426 Allen. John, 399 Allen, John AV., 66, 146, 14S, 338 Allen. Dr. Raymond B.. 6. 129. 177 Allen, Robert. 326 Allen. Terrence McKinley. 66 Allen, Virginia. 124, 361 Allen. William C, 380 . Iler. Annabelle, 352 Allin. George S., 384 Allingham. Bill. 331 AUingham, Ruth. 109, 133, 142, 306. 357 Allman. Catherine L... 66, 426 Allsop. Arthur P., 3S8 . 11-University Show, 195 Aim, Dorothy. 124 Almond. Connie. 422 Almciuist. Brita Mae, 359 Almquist. Frank, 390 Almvig. Julia. 353 Alnutt. Marvin, 183 .• lnha Chi Omega, 298, 352 Alpha Delta Phi. 379 Alpha Delta Pi. :i53 Alpha Delta Sigma. 328 Alpha Epsilon Phi, 354 Alpha Gamma Delta. 355 Alpha Kappa Delta, 181 Alpha Kappa Psi, 324 Alpha Omicron Pi. 356 Alpha Phi. 357 Alpha Sigma Phi, 380 Alpha Tau Omega,3Sl Alpha Xi Delta. 358 Altinius, Evelyn. 416 Altizer. Bentley. 340 Altman. William W.. 66. 420 Alumni Association. 27 Alvord. Margenia, 416 Amberson, Ruth. 352 Amburn. Donald L.,66, 278. 3S0 Amburn, Luci lle. 352 Amende. Howard. 309, 322, 390 American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 331 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 331 Ames, Albert, 177, 178 Ames. Mary, 314 Ammonii Socii. 327 Amouzegar, Jamshid. 176 AMS. 14 6 Anand, Satish, 322. 419 Andersen, Earl. 252 Andersen. Hjalmer. 234. 252, 312 Anderson, Alex D,, 4 00 Anderson, Arthur, 388 Anderson. Astrid, 421 Anderson, Beverly. 3 40 Anderson, C. Law- rence, 66, 76, 124, 127, 146, 152, 368, 308. 331, 400 Anderson. Catherine, 428 Anderson, Cecil. 393 Anderson. Cecilia. 353 Anderson, Clyde B,, 381 .Anderson, Daniel G.. 66 Anderson, Darrel, 382 Anderson. Delbert, 405 Anderson, Delores, 370 Anderson, Dick. 376 Anderson, Donald E.. 331. 407 Anderson, Donna, 426 Anderson. Dorin V.. 177 Anderson, Doris. 191 Anderson. Dorothy G,. 177. 181, 369 Anderson, Effie, 428 Anderson, Elwin, 272 Anderson, Eldon. 376. 400 Anderson, Foster R., 411 Anderson. Gerald F.. 57 Anderson. Geraldine. 159, 321, 362 Anderson. Helen C. 177 Anderson. Henry X.. 411 Anderson. .Tames. 390 Anderson, James F., 391 Anderson, Joan. 221. 357 Anderson, Joe, 403 Anderson. John Douglas. 176 Anderson, John. 242, 243. 309, 312, 313 Anderson. June, 138, 428 Anderson, Karen L., 66. 415 Anderson. Keith. lOS. 121. 281. 400 Anderson, Lorraine. 359 Anderson, Marilyn, 356 Anderson. Marilyn .i.. 133, 141. 209. 306, 359 Anderson. Marvin illiam, 175 Anderson, Mary E.. 369 Anderson, Megan, 345 Anderson. Xorman, 197 Anderson. Patricia, 365 Anderson, Pauline. 157, 330, 362 Anderson, Phyllis, :!52 Anderson, R. E.. 33 8 Anderson. RexW., 66 Anderson, Richard G. J.. 66, 393 Anderson, Richard T.. 392 Anderson. Robert. 322 Anderson. Robert. 399 Anderson. Robert A.. 405 Anderson. Roger. 399 Anderson. Ruth, 316 Anderson, Stewart C, 391 Anderson, Sylvia F., 177 Anderson, Thomas H,, 344 Anderson, Victoria, 177 Anderson, Virginia, ISO Andrews, Art, 343 Andrews, Fred Charles, 66. 343 Andrews, Jean. 352 Andrews, Jean S., 359 Andrews, Jerry. 124, 411 Andrews. Joy. 357 Andrew ' s, Jo ' ce, 343 Andrews, Richard, 399 Angle, Ronald W.. 177 Angell. Howard M.. Jr.. 331, 387 Angeloff, Ellen, 337, 422 Angvire, Richard. 378 Anneberg, Margery. 338 .4nschell, Gerard, 410 Antle. Ken, 123, 343 Anton, Clara Mae. 66. 175.177. 178, 179, 294, 295, 297. 327,365 Antonsen. Xanna, 340, 343. 426 Aoki, Betty. 316 .A.postoli, Paul A.. 396 Apostolou, Joseph J., 392 Apostolou, Peter, 66. 392 . ppel. James R.. 400 Appelo, Burton A., 418 . ppelo, Carlton. 328. 414, 419 Appy, Gerard, 189 . rcher. Audrey. 369 Archer, Glen E.. 3 85 Archer. De Lance L,. 385 Architects ' Ball. 215 Argenti, Betty, 352 Argenti. Kay. 352 Amies. Edward J., 344 Armitage. Mary. 364 Armitage, Thomas, 397 Armour, Bettv, ISO, 426 Armstrong, Bruce O,. 3 85 Armstrong. Dorres, 364 Armstrong. James D.. 66, 384 Armstrong, Reha G.. 66. 355 Armstrong, Thomas W., 384 Armstrong. Victor S,, 396 Army, 55. 56, 57 Arnett, Robert D., 66, 179. 400 Arney, Pat. 403 Arnold, Gordon C, 381 Arnold, Margaret E.. 360 Arnold. Robert E., 393 .Arnold. Rov, 67. 402 Arps. Joan. 332, 333 .Arrigoni, Robert, 33 . rt. James, 392 Arthur, Audrey, 422 Ash. Jean F., 67. 361 .Ashby, Joan. 340 .Ashe. Kathleen. 369 Ashton, L. Joy. 67, 422 Aslin. Kip, 338 Asmussen. Robert, 33 Aspaas, Arthur, 419 Aspinall, Zeta A., 363 Astcl. George, 123, 152, 307 Astel, William. 397 ASUW. 116 ASITWCandids. 129 ASUW Officials. 120 .Atkins, James ' .. 381 Atkinson, Alan W., 411 Atkinson, Coral Lor- raine, 67, 316. 340, 422 Atwater. Robert. 384 Atwater. Thomas V., 67, 379 .Aubrv, Ronald A., 391 Audett. Arthur, 390 .Audett. John R.. 407 Audett, Milton. 292, 390 Auer, Thomas L.. 67, 406 Augustine, Douglas R., 67 Austin. Gerry. 234. 235. 240, 312. 382 Austin, Gib. 331 Austin Hall, 299, 422, 4 23 Austin, James R., 67 380 .Austin. JohnaLu. 365 Aust. Ken F.. 67. 384 Austin. Lynn. 327 Austin, Mickey. 121 .Austin. William T., 197, 337, 343, 400 Avery. Elizabeth. 182 Avery, Robert G . 338. 406 AWS, 130 -AWS Cabinet, 135 ■Axelson. R. Glen. 389 Axtell, A ' irginia Mae. 178 Ayer, Robert. 3 87 Ayres, Allen P.. 388 B Baarson, William, 378 Babbage. Doris, 317 Babcock. Merril. 164 372 Babich, Mary. 422 Backman. Gord on. 404 Backman. Harry E.. 377.391 Backman, Helen Louise. 176 Badda. Lucille. 296 362 Badgro. Morris, 229 Baer, Donald, 411 Bahlkow, Eleanor. 341, 356 Bahr, Edward. 268. 312 Baillargeon, Catherine, 361 Bailey, Cecil. 318, 319 Bailey, Dorothy W.. 67. 422 Bailey, Janice, 113. 13 9. 364 Bailey Joseph H.. 60 67. 381 Bailey. Lt. Comdr , 58, 60 Bailey, Xathylie. 372 Baillie. Jerald, 274, 384 Bair, Jane, 355 Baird, Donald T., 391 Baird, Jean, 306. 357 Bajus. Bill, 403 Baker, Bernice. 422 Baker. Bruce. 402 Baker, George, 377, 399 Baker, Glen, 420 Baker, Gordon A.. 418 Baker, John R., 380 Baker, Louis V., 67, 381 Baker, Lucille I,, 416 Baker. Richard. 324 Baker, Robert L.. 344 Balch. Donna. 182 Balch. Marge, 373 Baldwin, James. 394 Baldwin, Virginia, 357 Baldwin. Ward. 394 Ball. e. Dwight. 418 Ball. R., 327 Ball. Thomas S.. 383 Ballantine. John P.. 177 Ballard, Charles. 392 Balmer. Donald G.. 54, 60. 67 Balmer. Thomas J,, 23 Balsiger. Winifred, 340 Baltzo. Ralph M.. 396 Bambeck. Dick. 347 Bamber, Dick, 123 Bannick. Jane. 361 Bannick, Kristine. 366 Bannick, Robert F.. 392 Bannick. A ' illiam R . 67. 323, 392 Banning. Jaquline, 353 Bannister. Robert. 409 Barash. Dan, 410 Barber, John, 179 Barber. Leo. 343 Barclay, Donald D.. .278, 380 Barde, Bernadine. 67. 354 Bardwell, Maryln J.. 67, 370 Barker. Wallace C. 405 B ' arkev. Joan. 358 Barkley, .To L.. 67. 295. 359 Barksdale. Julian. 177. 178 Barlow, Bruce. 188 Barlow. Doreen. 317, 340. 426 Barnaby. J. T,, 322 Barnecut, Leo L.. 400 Barneich. Edward G.. 54. 67, 381 Barnes. Owen A.. 54 Barnes, Robert. 179 Barnett. Clarence C, 67. 325. 385. 401 Barnett. Rita J . 344 Barney. Patricia. 178 Barney, Raymond, 319 Barney. A ' irginia. 345 Barnhart. Beverly. 420 Barnhart, M. Elaine 67, 181. 355 Baron. Rena. 354 Barr. Eric, 24 Barr. Frank, 391 Barr, Xeal M., 388 Barr. Robert M.. 148 309. 313. 392 Barrett, Barbara. 344. 356 Barrett, Betty H.. 321, 367 Barrett, June. 321, 367, 422 Barrett. Marguerite, 344. 369 Barrett. Patricia. 358 Barrick. James. 386 Barricklow. Mark. 289 Barron. Mark. 399 Barros. Jack, 274 Barry. Gerald T.. 386 Barry. Margaret E.. 67, 345, 422 Barry. Phillip, 186 Barry. Victor. 406 Barry, Wayne. 343 Bartch. George. 387 Earth. G. Dean, 146, 309. 377, 392 Barth. Perrv L., 380 Barthel. W. Burr. 126, 309. 376. 383 Bartholomew, Donald, 179. 327. 331. 400 Bartlett. Herbert. 390 Bartlett, Jack L.. 67. 322 Bartlett. Morgan. 268 Barto, Thomas J., 313 400 Barton, Jo Ann, 67, 299, 320. 422 Barton. John, 403 Baseball, 266-269 Basketball. 245-252 Basnight, William, 393 Bass, June, 321 Bass, Leland R., 67, 380 Bass, Lucille K., 67 Batchelder, Pat, 369 Bate, Daryl, 2S1. 291 Bates, Barbara. 362 Bates. David, 409 Bates. Howard, 333 Bates, llene. 37U Bates. Ruth. 67. 124 Bates, William, 152, 268, 331. 402 Batey, Marilyn I., 4 24 Batie. Harriet, 182 Batley, William E.. 389 Battaglia, Charlotte. 295, 321. 362 Battle. Art. 233 Baty, Guy E., 396 Bauer, Harry C. 25. 123, 124, 178 Baur. Robert. 126, 399 Bauer, Thomas H.. 67 Bauman. David J., 67, 395 Baumgarten. Jay R., 344. 403 Baumgardnei-. Alice, 321 Baumgartner. Elmer, 326 Baunsgard, Marylyn, 358 Baunsgard. Perry E., 389 Bausano, Eileen J,, 355 Baxter, Alfred, 338 Baxter, G. Patricia, 67 Bayer, George, 232, 312 Bayer. G. Patricia, 67 Bayerd. Frank G., 400 Bayless, George, 171. 38S Bayley, Robert, 381 Baylis, Penny. 322, 422 Bavlis, Willard. 322 Baylor, Beverly, 191. 365 Bays, Wallace, 343 Beach, Bonnie, 358 Beach, Helen. 361 Beacli, Richard. 381 Beach, Robert. 405 Beal, Maude. 177 Beam, Richard, 379 Bean, Alice, HI, 137. 306. 351, 362 Bean, Donald W., 67, 324. 3S9 Bean, Evelyn, 3 68 Bean, Isadore. 401 Bean, Marjorie I., 68 Bean, Monte. 402 Bean, Thomas, 387 Bean. AVarren. 3 92 Beard, W. June. 181, 356 Beardsley, Bettv, 195, 340, 343 Beardsley, Patricia R.. 68, 361 Beatty, Hazel. 422 Beaudin. David. 409 Beaumont, Ross. 177, 178 Bechill, Evelvn L., 68 Bechtol, Charles. 120. 307 Beck. Dave, 23 Beck. Gloria, 424 Beck, Jim. 268. 282, 390 Beck, Lawrence D., 395 Beck. Robert, 183 Beck, Ted, 179. 183, 327 331 Beck, ' William. 402 Becker, Mary Belle, 125, 363 Becker, Stanley. 401 Beckmeyer, Mary Ann, 317 Beckmeyer. Morris, 164, 331 Beckmeyer. Ted. 195 Beding. Lanier, 183 Beddow. Barbara. 338 Beebe. Jane, 357 Beezei-. Bob. 403 Beernian, Phyllis A,, 68. 373 Begg. John A., 344 Behnke. John F.. 391 Behrens. Byron G., 407 Beihl, Carol. 354 Bell, Donna. 426 Bell, George. 397 Bell. Gerald R.. 68, 308, 323. 388 Bell, Olive, 356 Bell, Remi. 393 Bell. Walter R.. 387 Bellinato, Esther. 335 Bellingar. Lee. 68. 391 Bello. Lucia, 356 r.elote, James. 312 430 h O tu, Z DC h O 2 o a. . " C -a c -» rr - - J2 r s u u CJ C - -a c O T3 C ■a c o - 4_( J= 3 O o o O o H 00 I— ( Z c 13 D u z o h (J z c ' . o h z Belote, William. 312 Beloit, Ellen. 362 Belshaw, R. E.. 147 Belz. H. Llovd.331,418 Belzer, W.. 322 Bemis, .lames, 6S Bemis, Marv E.. 68. 211. 2il5, 29S. 304, 305. 314. 367 Renliow. Robert. 345 Bender, Nat. 382 Bender, Wilbur W., 3SS Benedict, Marian, 321, 426 Benedict, Tlielma M., 68, 416 Bengston, Clarence W.. 326,405 Beng.ston, Elsie, 4 24 Bengtson, Carl, 157, 328 Bengtson, Kermit. 327 Benham. Allen, 31 Benjamin, Jeanne, 356 Benjamin, Marilyn L., 68 Bennett, Joseph R., 54, 344. 407 Bennett, Kenneth, 376, 409 Bennett. Lois, 315 Bennett. Sara J., 360 Bennett, William. 409 Benningson. Ramon, 410 Bendshadler. Patricia. 299. 366 Benson, Arthur F., 3SS Benson. Evelyn Leyman, 332. 333 Benson, George E., Jr., Benson, H. K.. 28, 37, 178 Benson. Lloyd. 322 Benson, Prof. Merritt. 128 Benson, Norman H., 400 Benson, Robert B., 3 89 Benson, Virginia, 356 Benson. Virginia L., 68. 180. 335. 359 Benson, W.. 327 Benthin, Bernard. 313 Bentley, Ann. 372 Benveniste, Robert M., 54, 68 Benvon. Joe. 386 Benz, Bruce. 399 Benz. Frederick B.. 68 Berg, Charland. 332, 333, 362 Berg, Greta. 424 Berg. Hugo. 112. 402 Berg, Paul L., 68, 385 Berge, Gudmund B., 3 91 Berge, Sabra Ann, 68, 106, 177, 178, 305, 360 Berges. Arlene. 426 Bergman, Morris. 406 Bergoust, Marv Lou, 344, 365 Bergquist, Kenneth G., 68, 402 Bergsagel, Clara, 317, 416 Berkshire, Jack, 345 Berlin, Gordon. 230, 236, 308. 312. 391 Berlin. Judith. 68, 360 Berliner. Zvndell. 68, 175. 176. 177, 180, 335. 368 Bernard, Mary, 426 Berrav, Bettv. 426 Berry. Coryell, 403 Berry. Eileen, 137, 143, 306, 355 Berry, George, 378 Berry, Glenn R.. 331 Berry. Harry W.. 68, 389 Berry, Natalie, 357 Bert, Edward. 388 Bertolin, James W., 57 Bertram. John. 331 Bert rand. Joseph C. 68. 96, 124. 325. 389 Besagno, Lorraine V.. 68.316 Best, Florence, 424 Best, William. 385 Beta Alpha Psi. 325 Beta Gamma Sigma, 179 Beta Of Phrateres, 316 Beta Theta Pi, 382 Betsill, James L., 394 Bettner, Kenneth J., 389 Bettner. Roberta, 358 Betty, Doris M., 68, 421 Betz. Barbara, 340 Betz. Bettv, 181, 340, 343 Bench, William. 390 Bevilacqua, Don .1., 68 Bezer. Anthony M.. 68 Bianco. Phyllis, 363 Bibb, Robert C 68,388 Biddle. Brooks, 231, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 312, 392 Biener, Bettv Lou, 372 Bierlein, Theo K.. 179, 327. 405 Big " « ' Club. 312 Bigbv, Dean, 68, 376, 397 Bigelow, Eileen. 372 Bigelow, Richard. 312, 323 Bigley, Jack W.. 68. 390 Bigley. Robert, 390 Bignold, Bruce. 386 Bildsoe, Mogens G., 391 Bingham. Quinby R., 68. 389 Binns, Adella, 428 Binns. David G.. 322 Birch. Jerome S., 177 Bird. Beverly, 369 Bird, Lois. 361 Birdlebough. Harold. 379 Birkel. Audrey. 178 Birnhauni. Z. W.. 178 Rirulin. Sol. 341 Bishir. Peggy S.. 355 Bishop. Grant L.. 24 2. 243. 312. 313 Bishop. Helen, 422 Bishop, Yvonne, 316, 422 Biskie, Robert T., 68, 175. 179. 338 Bissell. Charles. 394 Bittman. Herbert. 402 Biarnason. Leon. 176 Bjork. .Amy. 428 Bjorklund. Bob L . 381 Bjorklund, Richard G.. 396 Bjorklund, Ruth, 422 Bjorklund, Vernon. 381 Black, David, 386 Black. Ruth Marie. 69 Blackburn, Alice Kise, 177 Blackburn, Barbara, 314, 424 Blackfield, Phvllis. 354 Blackball, Malcolm E., 405 Blackmer, Roy, 394 Blackmore, Patricia A., 137, 360 Bliine Hall. 428 Blair. Barbara. 69. 341, 370, 424 Blake. Buel B.. 386 Blake. William. 419 Blakiston. Joan. 422 Blaklev. Everett. 343 Blaknev. Philip. 340 Blanc. Marie. 336 Blanchard. Wheaton D.. 381 Blancher, Bob. 311. 313, 391 Blane, Frances, 135. 141, 163, 184, 351, 355 Blankenbaker, D. W.. 338 Blaustein. Bernard, 401 Blauvelt, Edith M.. 344. 367 Bleaknev. Thomas P.. 344. 384 Black. Dorothy. 424 Bleck. Robert G.. 384 Blecken, Robert, 377 Blecken. William E., 69. 393 Blevins. Bruce B.. 388 Blindheim. Don. 252 Bliss. Eleanor. 422 Bliss. Marv Jane. 306, 352 Blize, Barbara. 426 Blodgett. Howard M. Jr., 64, 65, 69. 308. 391 BIols, Anita, 298. 314, 371 Blom, Warren S.. 408 Blue. William H.. 383 Blume. Jack K.. 391 Board of Control. 121 Board of Regents, 23 Boaz. Douglas. 390 Bocek. Donald, 394 Bock. Barbara E.. 69, 364 Bookman, Mack, 255, 312 Hockwoldt, Gloria, 317 Hockwoldt, Walter, 387 Boddington, Rodney A.. 418 Bodine, Sturgis R., 69, 402 Bodeen, Mary, 191. 346 Bodle. Margaret M.. 69, 358 Boehr, Marian O., 177 Boelter, Edwin Durler, 175 Boerjan, Virginia, 297, 314 Boettcher, Kathleen, 415 Bbgart, Virginia, 335 Boguch, Phil, 69, 313, 384 Bogue, Philip R., 69. 313, 384 Boitano, Gloria. 344 Boitano. John, 240 Bolan, John J„ 380 Bolding, Richard, 400 Boles, Dorothea, 181 Bolger, Jean, 139, 344, 357 Bolin, John, 165 B ' olin, Mona, 357 Boling, James V. Jr., 69 Bolinger, John, 399 Bolkan, Freeman P., 381 Bollman, Jacquelvn N., 355 Bolman, Patricia, 356 Bolton. Betty, 69 Bolton, May M., 69 Bond, Rosemary. 294, 295. 314, 367 Boney, George. 379 Bonfield, Elizabeth B., 69, 295. 321, 415 Bonham. Bruce, 409 Bonham, Kelshaw, 178 Bonnell, Paul. 382 Bonnell, William L., 406 B ' onney, Faith, 69 Bonney, Oren V.. 378 Bonnicksen, LeRov. 408 Bonsall, William R., 69, 414, 417 Boone, Beverly, 128, 352 Booth, Floyd W. Jr.. 391 Boothe. Paul, 409 Borchgrevink. Phil, 313. 400 Borgstadt. Marion. 137, 316 Borland, C. Harper, 322 Borman. John T.. 397 Boselly, Anita. 314, 365 Boson. Anne Louise, Boss. June. 180 Bostick, Irene, 181 Bostrom, Greta Ann. 426 Boswell, Lila Ruth, 424 Boswell, Wilbur, 406 Bothwell, Janet M., 363 Bottom, Raymond, 333 Bouick, Robert B., 380 Bouillon, Dick, 386 Eoulanger, Clement C, 344 Boulman. John T., 391 Bourns, Lorraine, 422 Boushall. Barbara A.. 69, 103, 135. 139, 305 Bouton, William E., 407 Bovee, Betty G.. 69, 182. 369 Bovee. Lucille. 428 Bowden, Allen A., 381 Bowen, Patricia J., 360 Bowerman, John H.. 69, 383 Bowers, Harold, 324 Bowles, Donald, 388 Bowman. Betty Jean, 358 Bowman. Lindabel, 358 Bown, Kathleen. 353 Bowyer, Norma Jean, 356 Box, Merton D., 378 Boyce. Eileen. 332, 333 Boyd. Barbara, 69. 350, 359 Boyd, Jack, 319 Boyer, Anita. 365 Boyle, James E., 197. 405 Boytler, Daniel V., 397 Boynton, Chelsa J., 356 Boynton, George H., 69, 123, 153. 168, 329, 389 Boynton, Louise, 338 Boyqer. Dorothy, 335 Brace, Jane, 137, 306. 361, 391 Bradford. Dana Jo, 353 Bradshaw, Barbara, 69. 364 Bradshaw, William, 407 Brady. Joan. 123, 159 Bragg, Elizabeth, 366 Br.ainard, Eldean K.. 69, 182. 316 Brandmeir, Jack W.. 69 Brandt. Harry, 69, 177 Brank, Edith, 422 Brannon, Suzanne, 369 Bra ndstrom, Margaret, 426 Brashen, Merrill, 410 Bratcres. Mildred A., 69, 180, 335, 356 Brattebo. Billvlou. 353 Bratvold, Gloria E., 69, 123, 135, 141, 211, 304, 305, 357 Brazel, Shirley, 426 Brauer. Arline J.. 177 Blaufelt. Edith, 338 Braun, Harriet. 352 Brearly, Betty, 2 95. 335, 362 Bree, Joan, 364 Breech. Don. 123 Breed, Mary, 4 28 Breene, Edward, 399 Breidenbach. Anthony J., 313 Ereitenberg, Donald, 382 Bremner, Donald G., 405 Bremner. Margaret. 371. 428 Brendon, John P., 69. 87, 126, 211, 308. 347. 389 Brennan, Alice Jean, 357 Brennan, Thomas, 379 Brenner, Earl, 394 Brenton. Wilbur. 387 Bressler. Eugene. 381 Brest. Robert. 377. 401 Brett, Robert. 392 Brett, Stanley, 331, 347 Bretz, Bettv, 141, 362 Brevik, Al, 122, 308 Brewer, James C, 54, 390 Brewer, Philip, 382 Brewster, Harry E.. 69 Brewster. Mariorie J.. 355 Bricker. Kav, 296. 346. 358 Bricker. James. 379 Bridge, Dolores. 368 Bridge, Herbert M., 69. 410 Bridges, Albert L., 400 B ' riggs, James W., 70, 183, 387 Briggs. William F., 268, 312, 400 Brigham, Charlie, 259, 260 Brighouse, Harold, 187 Bright, Hazel, 299 Brink, David, 393 Brink, Jim, 392 Brink, Katherine E.. 355 Brink. Ruth. 125 Brink. William. 399 Brinsfield, Shirley, 178 Brislawn, C. D., 70, 325, 327, 403 Bristol, Don R,, 54 Britten, John M,. 70, 177. 326 Brizee. Richard A., 388 Broad. Betty, 316 Broadbooks. N. Bruce, 70. 278, 380 Brock, Wesley, 177 Brockman, Calvin. 381 Brockman, Marv Lou. 373 Brodniak, Walter A.. 70 Brokaw, Betty. 127 Brokaw, Deari H.. 70, •382 Brolin, Ellen. 420 Rronsdon. Ruth L., 70, 370 Brookbank, John, 379 Brookhyser, Carol F., 355 Brooks, Dick. 327 Brooks, Gloria, 367 Brooks, Dorothy M., 70 Brooks, Harland G., 282, 309, 392 Brooks, Harold W., 70, 380 Brooks, Tom, 165, 403 Brooks, William J. ,70, 311, 313, 384, 411 Broom, John R.. 377, 411 Broomell, Harold, 331 Broughton, Maryellen, 422 Browder, Rav. 399 Brower, Phyllis. 370 Browman. Robert E., 70. 381. 403 Brown. Addison Lon 70. 400 Brown, Alice M., 70, 424 Brown, Bessie K.. 177 Brown, Betty Lee. 70. 80. 140. 179, 304, 305, 324, 327, 338. 422 Brown, Carin, 362 Brown, Billings, 179 Brown, Charles H., 313, 392 Brown, Delores, 320, 415 Brown, Donald M.. 411 Brown, Edward, 382. 385 Brown. Helen. 421 Brown, Henry A., 70 407 Brown. Hugh G.. 389 Brown, James H.. 70, 408 Brown, Jeanne. 176, 426 Brown. June. 424 Brown, Lloyd C. 385 Brown. Mary Ann. 341 Brown, Mary Anne. 362 Brown. Xannette, 70. 364 Brown, Ralph A., 389 Brown, Richard, 391 Brown, Robert, 178 Brown, Robert, 411 Brown, Robert G., 54 61, 274, 275 Brown, Stephen D., 307 Brown, Stuart C, 183, 381 Brown, Vic. 268 Brown. Viola J., 176, 340, 343, 424 Brown, Vivian J,. 70. 186. 336 Brown, Warren, 394 Brown, Wesley. 324 Browne, Benjamin, 331 Browne, Janet S.. 70, 338, 357 Browne, Kathlvn. 164. 372 Browne, Paul, 333 Browne, Shirley. 422 Browning, Beth A., 70, 352 Broxton, Robert. 325 Broyles, Wendell. 120, 124 Bruce, Betty, 70, 156, 330, 353 Bruce, Roger D.. 70, 391 Bruce. Gail R.. 70. 231. 238, 239, 282. 308. 312. 390 Bruce. Marilyn. 137. 315 Brue, Pauline, 358 Bruhn, Nancy, 422 Brumbaugh, Avabelle, 362 Brun, Christian, 70, 417 Bruse, Louise, 70, 315, 316 Brusegaard, Thomas, 387 Brust, Robert L.. 70. 402 Bruun, Ruth, 322 Bryan. DeEtte, 369 Bryan, Jo, 369 Brvan, Stanley W., 70 Bryant, Ben S.. 338 Bryant, Rosemary, 428 Bryant, Stanley, 331 Buchanan, Bonita, 340. 343 Buchanan, Lyle. 343 Buck, Annette. 314. 369 Buck, D. A., 60, 61 Buck, Parker J., 70. 391 Buck. Roselyn. 372 Buck, Sam, 392 Buck, Y2c, 58 Bucke, Elsie, 315 Buckham, James, 17:i, 327 Buckley, Bob, 253 Buckley, Harold Douglas, 175 Buckley, Sidney R., 378 Bucklin, Clinton B.. 70 Buckner. Fillmore, 401 Budde, Jean, 357 Buell, Grace, 422 Buerstatte, Fred V ' ., 408 Buerstatte. Alice. 315. 335 Bugnon. Paul R.. 388 Bull. C. Harlan. 418 Bull, Robert, 390 Bullard, Carolyn F., 70 BuUard, Ray E.. 71 Bunch. Villiam C., 54 Bunn, Frances H.. 71. 88. 176. 177, 182, 211, 304. 305, 356 Burch, Bill. 403 Burd, Dr. H. A., 281 Burdette, Jean, 357 Burdette, Verdie, 191 Burdick, Carl, 403 Burdick, George. 345 Burdick. Shirley. 364 Burdue, Jesse L., 378 Burdue, William. 378 Burhen, W ' illiam K., 71, 400 Burg. Maclyn. 383 Burger, Leland, 179 Burgess, Jacqueline L.. 71. 428 Buringrud, Elmore, 331, 394 Burke, Doris, 421 Burke. Helen. 364 Burke, Jack M.. 391 Burke, Paul F., 395 Burke, Vern, 273 Burke, Virginia, 178, 182, 363 Burkett, Edna M., 71, 381 Burkland, Billia. 164. 359 Burkhardt. William E.. 407 Burkland, Martin G., 393 Burklund. Warren D., 71, 381 Burn, North, 337 Burney, Jack. 275 Burlbut. Lawrence, 240 Burnley, Marlyn. 142. 3 5 7 Burmaster. Ituthe. 31H Burnett, Barbara A., 71, 354 Burnett, Bill. 403 Burnett, Dick, 279, 403 Burnett, Robert, 410 Burnett, Wayne, 404 Burney, John, 323 Eurnham, Geraldine, 353 Burnham, Jeanne- marie, 176 Burnliam, Marjorie, 178 Burnley, Maralyn, 306 Burns, " Edward A., 71, 392 Burns, Maurice. 419 Burns, Robert C, 282, 400 Burr, Charles. 324 Burr, Jeannette. 2 90, 291, 295. 297, 322,400 Burris, Edith, 314, 365 Burriss. John. 387 Burroughs, Blanche v.. 71 Burroughs. Joyce, 317 Burrows. Kenneth. 263. 264, 278, 312,380 Burrows, Richard L.. 278. 380 Burrus, Fletcher R.. 381 Bursett, Bernard. 3 87 Burt. Don, 386 Burton. Douglas J., 71 Buvich. Norman. 407 Busch, Naomi E., 415 IJuschmann, Helen. 361 Bush. Nadine. 428 Bush, Peter, 71, 268 Bush, Raymond, 411 Bushnell, Nancy G., 71 Bushnell, Thomas L., 384 432 4 As one door is shut, another opens You, mem bers of the graduating Class of 1947, now rmd the old saying coming to life, as you step from the campus into a world which will test your courage, training and fitness for leadership. Sincerely, confidently, we wish you well I IN SEAT TLE IT s - ze e uc s 433 lUisse, Erwin, 34l Hiitler. Barbara, i:!8, :!64 Hutier, Jerry, 100 Butler, Robert, 60, :!10, 379 lUitterbaugb, Grant, 33, 17!) Kutterworth, Carol L., 71. 363 Byrd, .lane, 164, 359 Byrd, John, 28;; Byrd, Nordnn A.. 124, 381 Bvrne, William. 322 Byron, Carolyn L., 367 Cady. George II., 177, 178 Cady, Kathryn L.. 367 Cahail, Kenneth. 404 Cahill. David. 312. 382 Cahill. Daniel. 382 Cahill. Mary. 321. 426 Cahoon. Jack G., 71, 403 Caillier. Edward, 409 Cain, Betty L„ 369 Calderhead, James S., 391 Calderhead, William F., 391 Caldwell, Carol A., 177, 343 Caldwell, V. I ois, 177, 343 Caldwell. Ralph. :M3 Calene, John, 402 Calene, Patricia Ij., 71, 369 Caley, Vii ' inia, 4 1 (i Calhoun, Jay R., 71, 340, 390 Calkins, Ogaenia, ISS. 335 Callender, Steve, 388 Callow, Gordon. 54, 111. 146. 313, 399 Callow, Keith, 399 Callow, Lois Bryan, 71 Calnon, Maxine. 344 Calvert. Kathleen, 361 Caly, Eileen G., 73 Camerman, Al, 337 Campanella. June, 426 Campbell, Cliarme, 356 Campbell, Douglas M., 396 Campbell. F. Lee, 71, 93, 308. 311. 384 Campbell, Henry. 347 Campbell. James. 392 Campbell, Joan, 108, 125, 135. 139, 140. 142, 143, 178, 201. 306. 340, 346, 357 Campbell, Lawrence, 419 Campbell, Lloyd, 179 Campbell, Philip W.. 396 Campbell. Ronald. 402 Campen. Kenneth. 338 Campus Chest, 214 Canfield, Charles D.. 71. 408 Cannon, Boyce. 183 Canup. Marjorie. 428 Capell. Jack, 322 Capeloto. Robert. 402 Capito. Sidney, 410 Caple, Verle R.. 71. 183 Caples. Barbara. 124. 178. 353 Carbone. Martha. 367 Garden, Ronald V., 397 Cardie, Douglas A,. 385 Carey, Zane, 327 Carkins, Mary, 335 Carlander. Larrv, 3 99 Carlaw, Roborl H., 71. 179 Carlberg. Betty F., 71 Carlelon, Barbara J.. 71, 338, 370 Carlin. James, 409 Carlo, Gloria. 352 Carlson. Conrad. 71. 402 Carlson. Corrine. 357 Carolson. Dorothy. 135, 137, 306, 353 Carlson. Earl. 319 Carlson, Eleanor, 353 Carlson, J. L.. 57 Carlson, James. 417 Carlson, Jane, 352 Carlson, Loren. 178 Carlson, Lucille, 182 Carlson, Patricia, 367 Carlson, Robert L., 331 Carlson, Koy, 240 Carlson, l{uth Marie, 341 ( arlsou, Sigrld, 143. 320, 422 Carl.son, Wes, 238. 312 Carlton, John, 390 ( " arlyon, Frances, 364 Carlyon. Bill, 281, 392 Carmichael, Irene, 358 Carmichael. Jean, 321 Carnahan. Max M., 407 Carnovale, Norman, 248, 312 Carpenter, A. F., 178 Carpenter, Edward L., 389 Carpenter, Margaret, 353 Carpenter, William, 387 Carr, Douglas, 331, 409 Carr, Edward, 409 Carr, Jeanne, 298 Carr, Jean M.. 367 Carras, Vicky. 335 Carroll. Donnafaye, 71, 360 Carruthers, Joan, 345, 424 Carskadden, William, 394 Carson, Beverly M., 71, 363 Carson, Norma R.. 71. 360 Carson, Wayne, 188, 394 Carter, Billie, 337 Carter. Harold J., 4 07 Carter, John, 343 Carter. John D,. 405 Carter. Joy, 113. 369 Carter. Loui.s. 395 ( " arter. Maxwell. 394 Carter. Norma, 123, Carter, T. F.. 322. 337 Carter. Wanita, 322 Carter, Weslev, 54, 61, 183. 387 Carvill. Marilyn G.. 71 Case. Evelyn Ann. 109, 126,135, 136, 178, 209, 306, 366 Case, Mary B . 177 Case, Svlvia, 3 40 Case. Win F.. 391 Cash, .4shley, 3 87 Casserd. Lynne. 354 Cassill. Harvev. 120. 127. 281, 307 Cassill, Scott. 113, 391 Castleman, Frances H., 71. 352 Castlen, . lice Jane, 130, 142, 269, 306, 366 Catterall. Harriett. 71 Caudell. Murial. 322 Cava. Gloria. 126. 138. 155. 268. 329, 371,428 Cavan, Marilyn L., 72. 372 Cavanaugh, Frank E.. 72. 382 Cavanaugh. Mary, 321 Cavanaugh, Raymond, 409 Caven, Lorretta M.. 344 Cavers, .John Arthur. 72. 395 Cavieke. Dave. 258 Cavin. Alice, 124. 364 Cech. Frank T., 344, 390 Cehrs, Betty. 180 Cenis. Marvlu. 358 Chaffee, Harrv J., 389 Chamberlain, Bob, 409 Chambers, Bryce, 34 3 Chambers, Clarence C, 397 Chambers, Edward F., Chamness. Ann. 422 Chandler. Barbara. 335 Chandler Emmamae, 72, 315 Chandler, William, 382 Chaney, Norman. 392 Chang. Jade. 109. 126, 424 Chapin, Russell D., 72, 380 Chapman, Alice A., 72, 353 Chapman, Jean K., 72, 322 4 22 Chapman, William A., 385 Chappel, Marv. 321 Chappell, William, 331, 382 Chase, Jim, 163, 176, 226, 333, 395 Chastain, Jack, 402 Chatlcin, Edward, 388 Chutterton, Gordon, 392 Chevoc, Lou, 410 Cheim, JoAnn, 354 Cheley, Willard, 326 Chen, Ching Fan. 419 Cheney, William R., 385 Cheng, Chiayin, 4 26 Cherberg, John, 229, 307 Chertkow, Geets, 4 22 Chervenak, Robert. 419 Chester. Bette J.. 351, 367 Chestnut, William J., 344 Chiang, Paul, 419 Chimes of Phrateres, 3 17 Chinn, Bertha, 183, 333 Chi of Piirateres, 317 Chi Omega, 359 Clii Phi, 383 Chi Psi, 384 Chishulm, Joseph. 386 Chittenden. John. 340 Choiniere, Phyllis J., 72, 321 Chorlton, Ffolliott. 186 Chorlton, James. 392 Christen, J. D.. 327 Christen, Louis E., 177 Christensen, Bonnie Lou, 195, 365 Christiansen. Richard, 388 Christensen, Harvev D.. 176 Christensen. William B.. 72, 308, 311, 384 Christian, Byron If., 307 Christian, Laura Jean, 72, 317 Christian Science Organization, 342 Christenson, Douglas, 331 Christianson, Harvey, 322 Christianson, Ted, 127, 282, 318, 319. 333 Christopher. Robert, 319 Christy, Marv, 344 Churchill, J. E.. 56, 400 Church, Phil, 178 Claasen, Evelvn, 24 Claggett, Gayle. 370 Clark, Alice, 365 Clark, Barbara, 364 Clark, Bob, 278 Clark, Bunnv, 344 Clark, Carolyn, 361 Clark, Click. 229 Clark, Donald, 324 Clark, Donald, 417 Clark, Donald J.. 72, 379 Clark, Donald R., 394 Clark, Elsie. 316 Clark, Jack, 386 Clark, James E., 72, 385 Clark, Jean, 343 Clark. Jerald A.. 418 Clark. Joanne. 111,124, 137, 306, 359 Clark, John, 394 Clark, Kav, 72, 268, 338 Clark, Lyle M., 72. 257, 258, 260, 308. 312, 323, 392 Clark, Marv E.. 360 Clark. Mvra. 178 Clark. Pamela. 361 Clark, Ramona, 333 Clark, Richard, 402 Clark, Robert W. K.. 380 Clark, Willis, 387 Clarke, Barbara M.. 363 Clarke, Beverly. 138, Clarke, Bob, 347 IMarke, Jean, 422 Clarke, Neita, 321 Clarke, Richard. 3 91 Clarke, Robert B., 389 Clarke, Robert G.. 396 Clarke, Tom, 274 Classes, 62-113 Clausen, Wendell, 177 Claussen, Alan R., 388 Clauson, V. C. 178 Cleasby, Gilbert, 54, 183, 333, 384 Cleave, Mary Lou, 363 Cleaver, H. Carolyn, 360 Clemens, Joan, 426 Clement, Carolyn, 372 Clements, Paul, 54 _ ' levenger, Davi ' l M.. 72, 382 Cleverly, Yvoniir, 111. 355 Clifford, Douglas. 411 Clifford, Elizabeth, 357 Clifford, Phillip N., 411 Cline, R ' Neta, 321 CI inken beard. David, 54, 387 Clise, Svlvia G., 72, 182, 298. 299. 366 Clvnch. John A.. 72, 4 02 Clumpner, William, 331 Cobb. Leland r... 177 Cobb, Patricia. 361 Coblev. Ravniond R.. 72. 388 Cochran. Bruce, 400 Cochran, Lois, 363 Cochran, Wally, 395 Cockburn, Lynn C, 72, 380 Codd. John, 312, 403 Codiner, Jean. 373 Codling, Donald, 411 Cody, Helen M.. 72, 359 Cody, Margaret P., 72 Coe, Eugene. 400 Coffey. Robert. 398 Cogshall, Phillip D., 385 Cohan. Hubert B.. 72, 410 Colien, Lorraine, 72, 426 Cohn, Gerald, 410 Cohn. Howard M.. 101 Cohn, Sid, 274. 401 Colasurdo. Dick. 396 Colbert, George, 387 Cole, Dick, 421 Cole, Don E., 72 Cole, Edwin, 402 Cole. Kenneth D.. 177. 399 Cole. Norwood. 26 Cole. Phvllis. 181 Cole. Ralph. 34 3 Cole. Robert. 268. 312 Cole. Ward K.. 72. 101, 376, 388 Coleman, Ann E., 367 Coleman, Barbara, 4 32 Coleman. Clarence J., 23 Coleman, Clinton, 392 Coleman, Helen Louise. 72 Coles, .Alan, 377, 396 Coles, B. J., 392 Coles. Michael. 392 College of .Arts and Sciences. 28-31 College of Economics and Business. 32. 33 College of Education. 34. 35 College of Engineer- ing, 36, 37 College of Forestrv, 38, 39 College of Mines, 46, 47 College of Pharmacy, 50, 51 Collias. Eugene. 340 Collins, Carolyn, 361 Collins, Jack, 402 Collins, Pat, 322 Collins, " ' arren, 171 Colman. Keith, 402 Colonv. Clark. 322. 394 Colopv, Jim, 148 Colton. .Agnes R.. 177 Colvin, Lou, 403 Columns, 166-169 Combs, Dorothy, 352 Combs, .loseph. 4 02 Combs. Paul. 157. 328 Comii-k, T. F.. 61. 344 Compton, Robert O., 393 Condit, Colin, 322 Condon, Herbert T., 23 Conkey, Carlton, 389 Conley, Jeanne, 373 Conn, Charles E., 399 Connally, Orabelle, 420 Connellv, Robert, 385 Conner, Charles E.. 389 Conner. Glenn A.. 407 Conner, Joan, 136, 165, 358 Conners, Lenora E., 72 Connor, Dorothy A., 360 Connor. Garland E., 383 Conrow, Walter R.. 381 Conrad, Beverly, 72, 359 Conrad, Ernest M., 25, 414 Conrad, Halden L., 389 (Conrad, Irene, 120, 177 Conrad, Madlyn, 422 Constantino, Frank, 267, 312 Converse, Virginia, 315, 317, 367 Conway, Frank J., 400 Conway. John. 124 Conyard, Joseph W., 73 Cook, Barbara, 324, 372 Cook, Clayton, 318, 319 Cook, Earl, 178 Cook, Farrell E., 73, 385 Cook, Gordon T., 384 Cook, John, 394 Cook, Marshall, 175 Cook. Prof. Thomas, 123 Cook, Richard, 402 Cooke, Margaret L., 355 Cooley, .lay D.. 385 Coolidge, Helen, 176 Coombs, Howard. 178 Coon. Anne. 364 Cooper, Barbara, 333, 422 Cooper, Janis. 370 Cooper, .loseph, 420 Cooper. Randall. 281, 291. 400 Cooper. Robert L.. 175 Cooper, William R., 389 Coplen. Patricia H., 355 Copp, Carrie Anne, 344, 369 Copps, William, 387 Corbally, Gene. 402 Corbally, John E., 35, 3 94 Corbett, ,Tohn, 387 Corbett, Pat. 420 Corbitt, Shirley, 73, 357 Corbley. John Jr.. 127 Cordell. Pauline, 178, 337, 338 Cordes, Barbara J., 344 Cordiner, ,Tames, 345 Cordiner. Jean, 373 Corlett. Bob. 403 Corlett. James. 273 Corlett. .Janet, 73, 335, 403 Cornett, Al, 278. 385 Cornett. Buin, 369 Cornett, Guineviere S., 73 Cornu, Donald, 177 Cornwall, Burton W., 73 Corrigan, Robert E.. 344 Cortnev, Donald, 411 Coryell, Don. 240. 382 Coryell, Kirbv, 379 Cosbey, Earl, 394 Cosgrove, Paul. 390 Costello. Pat. 298, 344 367 Cotter. Robert J., 73, 382 Cotterell, Edyth, 182 Cottingham, Robert W.. 319 Cottingham. Rodnev R.. 319 Couch. Leo, 379 Coughlin, Daniel. 54. 388 Coughron. William, 378 Couls, Phillip R.. 394 Coultas. Lee, 382 Coultas, Walt, 312 Coulter, Marian L.. 73 Coulte, Philip R.. 73 Covey, Gerald L.. 73. 324, 327 Cowan. Carol. 163, 360 Cowell, Alice, 306, 335, 346, 358 Cowell, B etty Jean, 178 Cowley, Barbara, 369 Cox, Carol L.. 73, 359 Cox, Donald D., 407 Cox, Gerrie, 142, 359 Cox. James, 417 Coyle, Joanne, 134 Coyle, William J., 73, 393 Coz, Lynn, 399 Crabtree, Robert H., 395 Cragen. Janice. 370 Cragg. Shirley, 352 Craggs, Fred A., 396 Craig, Kay IJ,, 73, 140, 142, 305, 315, 316 Craig, Robert M., 385, 400 Grain, Richard W. Sr., 331 Cramlet, Clyde, 177. 178 Crane. Helene V., 355 Crandall, Judy, 298 Crane, Clayton, 331 388 Craven, Howard, 275 Craven, J.. 331 Crawford. Barbara. 142. 369 Crawford. Edd W., 73 Crawford, Eleanor, 426 Crawford. Jean, 317, 340 Crawford, N. Craig, 411 Crawford, Patricia J. 73, 369 Crawford, Paul. 419 Crawford, Robert, 4 09 Crawford, Roy, 331 Crawshaw, Nadene 369 Creech, John G., 386 Creel, Wilhelmine S.. 177 Creety, Edith, 322 Cressman, Lydia M., 73, 321 Crestman, Paul, 400 Creveling, Joe C, 391 Crew. 242-244 Crimp. Virginia. 359 Crisafulli, I,eonard 1) 34 4 Crisler, Ferguson, 393 ;riswell, Doris, 424 Crites, John, 274, 389 Crittenden, Charles, 379 Crittenden. Katherine. 358 Crittenden, William 379 Croasdill, J. Walter, 394 Crocker, Helen, 317 Crohn, Jerry, 410 Crombie. Allen. 405 Crosby. Carol. 124. 135. 137, 361 Crosby, Coburn. 392 Croshaw, Cherene, 362 Crosley, Jean, 428 Cross, Bert, 329 Cross, Charles. 73 Cross, Harry. 121 Cross. Theodore, 178, 183 Crossett, Bill, 345 Crossett, Tom, 345 Crossley, Betty, 428 Crosta, George M., 396 Croswaite, Harold, 54 Crothers, Phylis.s. 139, 175, 178 Crouch, Marv, 366 Crowley, Rolfe W.. 73 Crowley. Rosanne, 359 Cruber, Curtis, 162, 163, 393 Cruz, R. Art, 344 Cugini, A., 61 CuUiton, William A.. 386 Culp. Gordon C. 381 Culver. Bruce R.. 73 Cunibo, Frank W.. 73, 405 Cumins, Carla C. 359 Cummings, Robert C, 384 Cummings, Russel. 384 Cummins. Kathryn, Cunningham, Jack, 386 Cunningham. William .v., 380 Cunningham. William S. Jr., 73, 376. 388 Cupps. Rayanne. 179 Curkendall. Thomas. 379 Currie, Dave. 240 Currie. James. 345 Curry, John, 333 Curtis, Andrew, 390 Curtis, Barbara, 73 Curtis, Dewy, 327 Curtis, Elizabeth L., 177 Curtiss, Derry, 179 Curtiss, Hope, 180 Custer, Lois, 317 434 doo Jofiom id Willi the IIOIIK Vnu As the University grows, so doe.-, llir IJook Store . . the friendly familiar part of life on the campus thai will continue to serve you as vou car e out our career in your home eomnninitv. Ami as greater facilities are planned for tiie I ni er sity — so for the Book Store. K en now expansion is under way . . . more space . . . larger departments . . . modern facilities to make your time spent in the Book Store more pleasant . . . supplying hetter merchandise in our many departments with a lifelong fla or of youth VniERSITY ROOK H II R E Oh tic (I and (Jpi ' ialvd by the Students of the I ii i r e r s i t y 4326 University Way Seattle 5 MElrose 3400 435 Cutler, Jane, 73, 338, 365 Cyr. Charles D., 393 D ' Amelio, Major George, 5.5 Dahl, Kugene W.. 73 Dalil, Jacqueline F., 35S Dahl, Monica, 346 Dahl, Perry J., 278, 380 Dahlberg, Louise, 354 Dahlquist, Norma, 365 Dahl.strom, Lorraine, 73, 361 Dailey, Walter, 386 Daily, 152-159 Dalbey, Edgar, 179, 327 Dalby, David H., 407 Dale, M. J.. 337 Daley, Ed, 240 Dallas, Marshall, 232, 233, 237. 238, 239, 240, 312 Dalrymple, George, 333 Dalthorp, Norman E., 73, 268, 307 Dalton, E. Terry, 73, 389 Daly, Eileen G., 73 Daly, Jack T., 385 Damascus, Jim, 333 Dameyer, Kichard W,, 73 399 Dandois, Helen J., 367 Daneil, Lorraine A., 73 369 Daniel, Jane, 176, 180, 182. 335, 343 Daniels, Hilda, 178, 180 Daniels, Jack, 179 Daniels. James. 178 Daniels. Nancy L.. 355 Danielson. June, 356 Daniloff. Mike. 337. 338 Danner. Shirley N., 360 Darling. Mary, 364 Darnell, John M., 391 Dart, Kathryn K.. 177 Dart. Nancy. 424 Darton. Pat. 382 Darvill. Fred. 109. 121. 298. 421 Daudistel. William H.. 74, 338, 402 Daue. Lyle. 333 Daugherty. Hichard. 382 Daulph. Arthur. 391 Davenny, Dick, 343 Davidge, RoDert, 409 Davids, Jean, 346. 416 Davidson. Catherine. 371.428 Davidson. Richard. 390 Davidson. Roy F.. 74. 282. 390 Davie. Patricia. 358 Davies. Bob, 282 Davies, Maurice G.. 74 Davies, Polly. 341 Davies, Thomas A.. 157, 377, 379 Davis. Ann. 335 Davis, Bruce A.. 397 Davis. Charles A., 400 Davis. Clark A.. 387 Davis, CBM. 58, 60 Davis. Clifford G., 407 Davis. Don W.. 393 Davis. Dorothy. 177. 181, 182 Davis. Geraldine. 426 Davis. Jackson A.. 391 Davis. Jeanne, 344. 371 Davis. Ken. 240 Davis. Lillian, 357 Davis. Marjorie, 360 Davis, Mel. 240 Davis, Mildred. 164 Davis. Muriel, 424 Davis, Pat. 137. 195 366 Davis. Paul H.. 54, 74 Davis, Pondo. 404 Davis. Robert. 419 Davis, Virginia, 343 Davis, William, 331 Dawes, Shirley A., 74. 327 Dawson, Clay, 337 Dawson. Joe. 296 Day. Beverly. 142. 182 365 Day, Bob. 380 Day. Edwin J.. 333. 411 Day, Jack C. 391 Day, Lawrence J., 74 Day. Shirley. 111. 366 Deacon. Ralph. 333 Dean. Earl L.. 74. 343 Dean. Kenneth Ray, 175. 255, 343 Dean, Lewis, 379 Dean, Orland. 390 Dean, Russell H.. 74. 394 Dean. Ted. 343 Deaver, Wilds P., 407 IHHard, Barbara. 370 Debate. 184 DeBould. Consuella. 74. 344 422 Decker. Delores. 296, 362 Decker. Kenneth W., 384 Dederick, Charles H., 338 Deery. Gerald R., 396 DeFreece, Austin B., 388 Degginger, Charles, 410 Degler, Hugh. 54. 388 DeGroat. Charles, 171 Dehn. Donald H,. 74. 313. 392 Dehner, Marianne, 74. 332. 333 DeJong, Henry. 331 Dekkert. Ronald K.. 177 DeLaye. Winette. 353 DeLong. Lorraine M.. 74. 366 Delsman. Pat. 424 Delta Chi. 385 Delta Delta Delta, 360 Delta Gamma, 361 Delta Kappa Epsilon, 386 Delta Mu. 321 Delta Upsilon. 388 Delta Zeta. 298, 362 Dement. Darlene. 315. 316 Deming, William, 366 Dempsey. Allen. 331 Dempsey, Helen. 361 Dempsey. Jack. 409 Denker, Robert W.. 322 Denney. William. 57, 404 Denning. Edward K.. 391 Dennis. Dorothy. 361 Dennis. MoUv. 124. 136. 306. 361 Dennison. Clayton, 417 Dennison. C. Robert. 385 Dennison. Henry. 331 Dennison, Inez, 372 Denny. Brewster. 124, 402 Denny, Grace G,, 177 Densmore. Harvey B., 30. 177. 414 Denson. Eley Jr.. 57 Denzer, Norma. 164. 359 Depue, Jeanne E., 74, 181, 182. 343 DePuy. Suzanne. 363 Derby, Patricia, 352 Derwin, Pat. 422 Deshpande, P. R., 419 Dess. James H., 74. 344 Dethman. Herman A.. 344 Deutsch. Allan. 171. 410 Deutsch. Betty, 180 Devereaux, Warren. 333 Devlin, Frances A., 367 Dewitt. Katherine. 365 Dexter. Helen, 294, 298, 314. 353 Dibley, Ray H.. 74, 390 Dick, Ewart G., 74, 393 Dick. Roland S.. 400 Dickson. Elizabeth, 357 Dickey. Harlan. 382 Dickinson. Janet. 358 Dickinson, Ruby E. 344. 426 Dickover. Shirley. 365 Dickson, Janice B.. 74 320. 424 Dickson. James F.. 108. 217. 324. 400 Dickson. Lenore. 337 Dickson. Olive I., 176 178, 314, 416 Dierck. Wallace. 409 Diers. Paul. 324 Dietsch. Robert C, 34 4 Dille. James. 178 Diller. Murray W,. 385 l illey. James M., 45 Dills. Marilin M.. 74. 369 Dlltz. Edward. 333, 411 Dimmer. John C. 344. 405 Dines. Charles W.. 381 Dingle, Patricia, 364 Dinnetz, Birrell, 295 Dirks, Leonard. 326 Dirlam. Mary, 321. 426 Disfad, Donald B„ 398 Dixon, Dave, 319 Dixon. Raymond, 331. 343 Doane. Richard P., 74. 382 Dobbs. Ann, 150, 163. 178. 269, 361 Dobie, Edith, 177 Dobson, Jacqueline, 65, 135, 305 Dobson. Bill, 278, 279 Dodd, Sarah, 426 Dodge, Janice, 74 Dodge, Raymond A., 407 r)ndge, Robert M.. 381 Dodge, Ruth, 321 Dohertv. llene. 344 Dohertv, John, 399 Dohlen, Ardell, 74, 177 Donahoe, William F.. 407 Donaldson. L. R„ 178 Doninger, Marie V.. 74. 4l6 1 onley. Bill. 54. 328 I )onlon. Major James D. Jr.. 55 Donohoe. Madeline S.. 74, 369 Donoghue, Lorraine. 195 Donovan. Clifton F.. 322 Donovan. John J.. 179 Donovan. Ted. 274 Dootson, Richard F.. 400 Dootson. Robert B., 74. 400 Dootson, Thomas L., 400 Doran, Sallie, 361 Doran, James. 388 Dore, James, 377. 402 Dore. Patricia L.. 74, 182. 353 Dorfner, Donald, 396 Dority. Margaret J.. 74 Dorsch. Dorcas, 355 Dorsey, Virginia L.. 360 Dorst. Harry, 289 Dostal. Nilva Jean. 74. 295, 314, 424 Dotson. Bennle. 378 Dotson, Len, 390 Dotson. Vernon L., 414 Doty. Margaret. 370 Doub. Elinor. 424 Dougherty. Jean. 296, 345, 371, 424 Douglas, Alice, 335 Douglas. David. 379 Douglas, Don, 259, 312, 382 Douglas, Keith, 201, 211, 400 Douglas, Patrick J., 391 Douglas, Stuart, 282, 391 Doust, Laura. 139. 366 Dow. Betty. 178. 306. 361 Dow. Dean A.. 400 Dow. James P.. 405 Dow. Janet. 364 Dow. Raymond. 345 Dowd. Janet, 2, 160. 298, 306, 366 Dowke, Edna, 415 Dowling. George A.. 74. 384 Dowling. James T., 384 Dowling. Tom, 148 Downey. Leah, 352 Downie, Bill, 343 Downie. Margaret. 357 Downing. Leonard. 387 Downs. Nancy. 359 Dowzard. Blodwen. 139. 306, 364 Doyle, Jean. 359 Doyle, Sidney E.. 74 Doyon. Jean, 191 Dracobly, Calvin. 419 Draham. Vicky. 69, 74 123, 124, 125. 167, 320. 426 Drama. 184 Draper. Edgar M.. 177 Dreis, Mildred. 356 Dreitzler. Marilyn. 359 Dress. Don. 420 Dressel. Harold H., 75, 380 Dresslar. John H.. 75. 308. 312, 313, 392 DriscoU. Jean, 75. 344. 353 Driver. Agnes Mae. 359 Droste. George H.. 75. 408 Drowley, Dempster, 176, 179, 307, 327 Drumheller, Joseph, 23 Drumheller, M. W., 61 Drumheller, SOM Ic, 58 Drumheller, Virginia, 366 Druse, Bud, 403 Druxman, Rutli, 354 Dubson, Lillian, 341 Duce, Wesley K,, 75 Ducklow, Douglas, 189 Duclos, Aloysius G., 344 Dudley, Hawley A,, 396 Dudley, John W., 378 Dudley, Wilma. 424 Duell, Gwenn, 424 Duff. Virginia. 34 5 Duffy, Delores, 136, Duffy. Helen, 75, 422 Duffy, Lucille, 177 Dugger, Nanc ' M., 178 Duling. Bud, 211 Dunaway. William, 75. 309 Duncan. William M.. 405 Dundas. Marge. 373. 428 Dung, Dorothy, 296. 338 Dunlap. Gerald M.. 75. 319. 420 Dunlap. Rav M.. 397 Dunlap, Ruth. 176. 178. 181. 369 Dunlap, Shirley M.. 75 Dunlop. Harry A., 75. 178. 179. 183. 327, 331. 394 Dunmire. Pauline M,, 75 Dunningan. Daniel A.. 75 Dunnington. R. A.. 387 Dupar. Robert, 169, 171. 411 Dupar, Marilyn, 126, 139. 290. 291. 297. 360 DuPuis. Janet. 353 Durholt. Dorothy D., 75 Durkan. Martin J. Jr., 75, 381 Durkee, Mary, 343 Durnan. Bill. 403 I- urocher. Vivian. 123 DuSault. June. 353 Duscher. Carolyn J.. 75. 316 Dwinell. Maxine. 428 Dwyer. Rosalie. 351, 352 Dwver, William L., 400 Dye. Delores. 370 Dysart, Dixie, 110, 123. 137. 306. 359 Dysart. John A., 405 Dzo. Frances. 415 Eaden, Maribeth. 341. 370 Eader, Ronald, 379 Earhart, June. 428 Earle. Frances. 178 Earnest, John. 54 East, JoAnne. 332 Easter. Nancy, 366 Easterly. Bonnie, 316 Eastman, Austin, 37. 178 Eastman, Prof. E. S., 36 Eastman, Frederick. 37. 178 Eastwood. E. O.. 36. 178 Eathorne. Jackie D.. 357 Eathorne. Leslie E.. 250. 312. 407 Eaton, Betty, 426 Eaton, Gib, 287, 403 Eaton, Kingsley B.. 408 Eberharter, Richard L., 331, 384 Eberlein, James, 411 Kbert, Daniel, 344 Ebling, Mary Jane, 363 Ebright, Alice. 428 Ebright, Donald. 75 Eby. Edwin H.. 177 Eccles. Mary. 180. 4 28 Echtenkamp. Walter. 394 Eckbert. Dick. 282 Eckburg. Richard. 3 90 Bckert. Beverly. 372 Eckles. Jewell. 365 Eckmann, Jim, 250, 252, 382 Echmann, Robert R.. 75. 248. 382 Eckstein, Roberta S., 177 Economics and Busi- ness Council. 327 Eddy, Preston P., 75, 387 Edelson, Robert J., 401 Eden, Darrell, 263, 265, 389 Eden. Donald A., 75, 263. 264 Eder. Phillip. 410 Edgar. June. 353 Kdgers, Bart. 162. 163. 393 Edgerton, Marion L.. 177 Edgren, Roger C, 400 Edlund, Donald C, 164, 384 Edmonson. Max. 75. 405 Edmundson. Coach ••Hec. " 56. 245. 257 Edmundson. Jim. 308 Edwards, Ina L., 75. 332. 333 Edwards, Shirley. 372 Edwards, Thomas W.. 380 Eells, Charles. 392 Eerkes. Jerry E.. 171. 388 Egger. Gwenn, 358 Eggers, June, 141, 356 Eghers, Elden, 75 Egtvet. Percy, 307 Enlers, George, 387 Enlinger, Emily, 344 Eicheloerger, Jean, 126, 138, 306, 346 Eilertsen, Richard, 24, 144, 269, 402 Eilertsen, William J., 75, 308, 402 Eisenlohr, Kermit, 312, 388 Eisinga. Blanch C, 355 Ekstedt. Ed. 168 Elder. Ernest W.. 75 Elder, Raj ' mond. 3 94 Eldred. Mary J.. 177 Elford, Roberta, 295. 316 Elieff. 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M., 61 1- ickes, James C 344 Fidel, Lt. Comdr. J. A., 58, 61 Fiedler, Ernie, 343 Field, Barbara, 352 Field, Betty, 139 Field, Carmelita. 137, 344, 356 Field, Dean N., 388 Fielding, Robert. 396 Finch, Dorothy, 178, 189, 335, 356 Findley, Howard. 402 1 ' inger, William. 391 FinKbeinder. Elsie, 316 Finke, Nancy Ann, 76, 428 Finke, Staney, 410 Finn, Dorcas. 340, 343 Finn, John, 382 Finnegan, Joseph C, 381 Finney, Ruth. 361 FinnicK, Harry L., 405 Finnigan, Janice, 365 I ' innigan, Jean, 426 Finrow, Douglas. 379 Fir Tree, 307 Fischer, Joan. 340 I ' ischer, Louis, 51, 178 Fish, James, 127, 387. 390 Fish back, Herbert O., 407 Fishback, Lorraine, 364 Fisher, Allen M., 377, 406 r ' isher, James E., 76, 179, 326 FisK, James G., 385 Fjsk, Joan, 426 Fisken, Sally K., 306. 3o9 Fite. Ralph D., 407 Fitz. Max A. H., 76. 400 Fitzpatrick. Bernard. 319 Fitzsimmons. Pat A.. 76. 1U4, 125, 211, 291, 304, 305, 361 Flahaut, Aiartha. 178 !• landers. Pnyllis. 3o3 1-lax, Lita T., iB, 426 1 ' leek, Donald, 309, 403 Fleetwood, Alvin H., 405 Fleetwood, Kay J., 360 Fielder, Mary Lou, 370 Fleming, Ruth, 426 Feltcher, Kenneth R.. 388 Fletcher, Robert D., 391 Fletcher, Max E., 177 Feury, Dale, 109, 123, 124, 135, 137 Flexer. Russell, 333 Flink, June. 428 Flint, Shirley, 315 Floe, Dorothy, 424 Florence, Grace. 4 20 Flory, James F.. ;!46. 418 Flower, John A.. 76. 393 Flower. Lorraine, 294. 297. 314 Flowers. Len. 213 Floyd. Margaret. 4 24 Flynn, Donald L., 57. 344 Fogle, John. 404 Foley, Arthur W„ 76. 325 Foley, John A.. 385 Foley. Shelia. 315 Folrich, Jay, 254, 255. 312 Fonken, Lorraine. 314 Fonken, Louise, 76. 298, 367 Foote, Hope, 124 Foote, Miss, 123 Foote, William F., 408 Forbes, Charles A.. 405 Forbes Howard R.. 76, 324, 398 Forbes, Keifer. 3 99 Ford. Donna M.. 360 Forde. Melville. 76, 389 Foresman, J. W., 338 Forest Club, 338 Forhan. Patricia. 344 Fornilli. Tina. 424 Forner, Martha. 370 Fornia, Arthur M.. 77 Forsbeck, Marilou J.. 77. 372 Forsell, Mary Jo. 77. 81. 294, 295, 305, 341, 362 Forsgren, Robert H.. 77. 179, 325, 326 Forsmark, Carol. 362 Forster, Betty. 361 Forsyth, Barbara, 360 Foss, Rene. 183 Foss, Roland E., 77, 389 Foster. Aileen, 126, 135, 181, 346, 362 Foster, Douglas. 399 Foster, Drummond. 333 Foster. Eileen. 306 Foster, Forrest D., 418 Foster. Henry, 31 Foster. James. 312. 400 Foster, Jeannine. 181. 191. 362 Foster. Liane. 352 Foster, Pete. 235 Foto. Frank. 275, 344. 417 Fountain, Raymond. 324 Fountain, William B., 77 Fournier, Gail. 180. 353 Fowler, Clark W.. 77, 403 Fowler, Richard E 77, 389 Fox, C. James, 389 Fox, Jean, 357 Fox, JohnM., 23 Fox, Priscilla, 126, 127, 372 France, Lorraine, 358 Francis. Frank. 183 Francis, Maxine, 367 Francis, Ruth Marie, 178, 340, 343 Franck. Richard X 380 Francke, John. 255, 311. 379 Frank, Betty Lou. 371 Frank, Carrol. 183 Franke. Nancy L., 77, 363 Frankland, Charles, 54 Frankland, William, 81, 382 Franklin, Barbara J„ 363 Franklin, D. Philip, 77, 408 Franklin, Merrill G.. 175 Franklin, Warren P.. 384 Franks, Zell, 354 Frantila, Eileen. 426 Frantilla. William, 394 Franz, Eugene T., 77, 327 Franz, Loren, 390 Franzke, Prof. Albert L., 124 Eraser, James. 3 92 Eraser, Janice, 369 I ' raser, Ralph. 379. 387 l ' ' raser, Robert. 387 Frater, John T.. 77, 333 Fraternities, 374 I ' razier, Mary. 424 Frederich. Nancy. 4 24 Frederick. Nayna. 135, 141, 370 Frederick, Vincent E., 77 Frederick, Wes, 318, 319 Fredericks, Mabel M.. 175 Frederickson, Burnie. 240 Fredrich, Gordon E.. 394 Freeborg, Edward M., 397 Freeburg, Lucille. 424 Freedman, Norbert E., 177 Freeman, Helene. 368 Freeman. Theodore K.. 77 Freese. Norman E.. 396 Freeth. Lois J.. 359 French, Donald. 381 French, Richard J., 384 French, Robert D.. 126, 391 French, William. 267. 312. 325. 331, 388,393 Freshmen, 112 Fretwell, Albert O., 395 Fretwell, Eldon, 395 Friedman, JoAnn. 354 Friedman. Louis. 410 Friedman, Marilyn, 341, 354 Friedman, Paul. 410 Friedman, Stanley, 341.410 Friedrich. Nancv. 335. 353 Fried. R. R.. 338 Fries. Joan. 345. 428 Frischknec ht. Maude. 330, 420 Fristoe, Elmer R.. 77 Friston, Bob, 403 Fritsche. Dwayne. 402 Fritter, Comdr. C. D.. 58 Fritz, Herb, 183, 273. 387 Frizzeel. Donn H.. 54 Froehlich. Harold E 407 Frost, Arthur H.. 77. 411. 417 Frost. Ruth, 181 Fruinkin, Perrv. 341 Fry, David. 331 382 Fry, Lloyd R.. 77 Fry. Floyd. 327 Frye, Ruth E,. 364 Frye, T. C, 178 Fujioka, George S.,418 Fujioka, Tad. 331 Fullager. Alice. 320. 424 Fuller. Betty, 358 Fuller. Dorothy. 177 Fuller, Jackie. 337 Fuller, Marjean, 315 Fuller, Richard E 177, 178 Fulton, Bettianne. 369 Fulton, Mary. 420 Funk. Jim. 403 Funk. Roy I., 77, 311 384 Funk. Wallie. 109. 125 166, 200, 281, 309. 329. 403 Funsinn, Edward, 274, 344 Funsinn, William R.. 77. 274, 381 Furber. George R.. 77 Furnia. Arthur M. Jr.. 405 Gabbert. David, 322 Garr, Arlene. 362 Gaddie. William. 402 Gage, Hazen T., 56 Gage, Master Sgt., 57 Gagliardi, George, 333 Gaily, Virginia, 367 Galeno, Fredrick, 394 Gallagher, Nancy, 366 Gallagher. Robert, 247. 344, 393 Gallagher, Roderick, 57 Gallagher, William, 57 Gallear, Darrell C, 418 Galstaun, Vanick, 189 Gambill, Mar.iorie, 317, 428 Gamble, Claire L., 364 Gamble, Joseph E., 77, 402 Gamble, Lew, 77, 376, 402 Gamma Alpha Chi. 330 Gamma Phi Beta. 363 Gandy, Eugene N.. 77. 407 Gangler. James J., 54 Gangnes. Marie. 316 Gano, Margaret. 176. ISO. 415 Garb Dav. 213 Garber. Robert B.. 401 Gard. Dorothy Lou, 77, 363 Gard, Janis J., 363 Garden, Dorothy. 372 Gardiner, Ann, 357 Gardiner, Patricia A., 77, 360 Gardner, Grace, 180 Gardner, Margaret, 422 Gardner, Marv Lou, 364 364 Gardner, Raymond L.. 77. 376. 391 Gardner, Robert C, 381 Garfield, Viola, 126 Garhart, Nanette, 222, 297 Garin, Andre, 319 Garing, Robert, 392 Garland, Jo Anne, 422 Garley, Vesta, 367 Garlinghouse, Barbara, 335 Garrard, Jeanne, 422 Garrett, Philip E., 77 Garrigus. Sue, 356 Garrison. Thomas. 394 Garvin. Mary Jane, 363 Gascoigne, Bruce M., 77, 391 Gaston, Gloria, 126. 317 Gaston. William, 399 Gatchell, Marian, 191, 362 Gates, Kay F.. 77, 357 Gathman. Robert, 381 Gattavara, Jane, 424 Gaudette, Paul E., 407 Gauley, Joseph R., 77, 417 Gayhart, Anne F., 78, 365 Gayton, Guela, 340 Gazecki, William J., 64, 78, 121, 123, 124, 308, 3S1 Geil, John. 333 Geisert. Gloria, 335 Geisert. William, 183 Geisler, Corman, 411 Gellatly, Bruce, 382 Gellermann, Mildred, 121, 123, 126, 177, 2S1 Gellien, Donald, 379 Gelvin, Betty, 345, 361 Genther, Charles, 407 Geoghegan, Kathleen, 340 George, Frances, 298, 341 Gerbel, Judy, 138 Gerbel, Mary J., 360 Gerber, Antoinette, 354 Gerber, Betty Jane, 78 Gerdes, Ely, 409 Gerdes, Glenn, 409 Gerger, Betty J., 78, 316 Gerlach, Beatrice H.. 78 Gerow. John. 343 Gerradette. Bill, 3SS Gershevskv, Ruth Hale, 177 Gerth. Robert, 380 Gerstmann, Paul E.. 78. 183. 418 Gerson, M. Joan, 78, 369 Gervais, Elizabeth K., 78, 175 Gese, Albert L., 78, 407 Gessner, Seymour, 401 Getty, Ronald M., 391 Getz, Donald L., 398 Gevurtz, Susanne, 78, 354 Geyer, Angus J., 405 Geyer, Francis A,, 405 Gjolme, Harold " Tass " , 272 Ghormley, Bettle, 422 Ghormley, Bonnie, 422 Ghnrmlev, Will.nnl II.. 395 Gibbons. Donald. 395 Gibbs. Gloria. 159. 361 Gibbs. Jackie Jo. 365 Gibbs. Paul. 309. 402 Gibbs. Rodney, 312 Giblett, Eloise, 180 Gibson, Marv, 78, 322, 428 Gibson, Bettv K., 164, 165, 359 Gibson, Burke, 400 Gibson, Charlyn, 364 Gibson, Edward H.. 7.S, 242, 243, 313, 391 Gier, Virginia. 316 Gie.se. James W.. 78, 3S9 Gilardi. Bob. 403 Gilb, Corinne L.. 177 Gilberg, Jack, 390 Gilbert, John, 392 Gilbert, Joseph K., 7S, 16S. 329 Gilbert. R. H., 343 Gilbert, AVarren, 392 Gilbert, William, 392 Gilbertson, Merlin, 78, 98,245. 246. 308, 312, 376, 3S5 Gilchrist, Lois M., 78, 366 Gilchrist, Madeline, 177 Gilchrist, Winifred P.. 78, 356 Gilkey, Mark, 403 Gill. John M., 78, 318 Gillespie, Bruce, 393 Gilliam, Janice, 424 Gillian, Darrell, 25S, 312, 323 Gillis, Lara, 297 Oilman, Marilou, 372 Gilmer, Chuck, 259, 261 Gilmore, Elizabeth, 7S. 424 Gilroy, Barbara C, 355 Gilroy, .Sallv J., 355 Gingrich. Harold. 379 Giovanelli. Gordon S.. 313 Giovi, Lawrence A., 78. 396 Girdwood. Barbara. 369 Girvella, Elene, 317 Gissberg, William. 382 Gitler, Robert. 41 Gladfelter. Barbara, 340, 343 Giant, Irving, 410 Giant, Merton, 410 Glascock, Hardin R., Jr.. 7S. 338. 406 Glass. Flora. 178 Gleason. Joseph P., 78 178, 183 Gleed, Tom, 399 Glein, Bob, 340 Glenn, Joyce, 317 Glidden, JoAnn F., 355 Gljnes, Althea, 180 Glueck, Robert W., 211, 388 Glynn, Eleanor M., 336, 415 Godar, Donald T., 78, 326, 327, 408 Goddard, Shirley, 340, 416 Godfrey, Thomas, 407 Goeltz, Helen, 372 Goeltz, Sibyl, 351, 372 Goettge, Jean, 78 Goff, Carolyn, 108, 135. 138, 209, 306, 366 Gold, Jeanette, 354 Gold, Stanley, 401 Goldberg, Laurence S., 401 Goldberg, Leslie, 354 Goldberg, Robert, 269, 312, 392 Golden, Sheila, 368 Goldie, Harry, 183, 402 Goldie, John H., 78 Golombeck, Esther, 78, 368 Gonnason, .Tohn A., 78, 289, 4115 Gonyea, Cynthia, 124, 361 Gonzalez, William N., 325 Goodfellow, Elizabeth, 353 Goodfellow, Mrs. H., 27 Goodfellow, Patrick L., 2S7, 391 Goodman, Barbara, 354, 424 Gnodnow, Merilvn M.. 360 Goodrlrb. rioaii Frircsl J., 50. 51 Goodsell. J. F.. 337 Goodson. Donald, 275, 400 Goodson, Glen, 394 Goodspeed, George, 28, 178 Goodwin, Lillian M., 363 Goodwin, Waller T... 78, 333 Goot, Al. 240 Gorans. Gerald E., 78, 326 Gorden, James, 390 Gorder. Betty, 316 Gordon, Cbe.ster, 379 Gordon, Edith. 321 Gordon, John M., 381 Gordon, Leo K., 344 Gordon, Robert D., 407 Gore, Bill. 211, 343 Gore. Denver C. 388 Gore. Helen. 78, 369 Gorham, Arthur, 322 Gorham, Mary .S., 355 Gorin, Jerry, 399 Gormley, Glenn M., 4iin Gormly, Mary, 78 Gorton, Thomas Q., 79, 383 Go.se. J. Gordon. 43 Goss, Lyle, 120. 2S1 Gossett. Tom, 236, 3S9 Gosslee, Norm.Tn A., 405 Gossman, Hugh, 414 Gottshalk, Herbert, 79. 401 Gottstein. Barney J., 4(11 Gouge, Donald H., 3S1 Gould, Gloria. 345, 353 Gould. James. 197 5ouIey, .Joseph R.. 79 Govan, Norma, 340, 343 426 Gowdy, Harriet. 79 Gozum, Fahreddin. 79. 383 Graaf, Jack W., 389 Graber, Jeannette, 422, Gracia, Jacqueline, 317, 335 Grader, Edwin G., 405 Graduate School, 40, 41 Gradwohl, Robert L.. 389 Graessner, Joanne M.. 306. 359 Graf. Robert H., 411 Graff. Fred. 399 Graffunder. Phil, 148 Gragg, Michael L., 126. 376. 387 Graham. Betty. 369 Graham. Berle. 392 Graham, Delbert S., 380 Graham, Evan K., 384 Graham, George E., 384 Graham, Jim, 386 Graham, John, 411 Graham, Mary EUzabeth, 175 Graham, Phyllis, 353 Graham, Tiny, 209. 392 Grams, Theodore, 79 Grandey, Patricia, 424 Gi-anquist, Donald P., 176, 179, 327 Grant, Bill, 110, 124, 127, 421 Grant, Donald, 381 Grant, James C.. Jr., 153, 399 Grant, John G., 400 Grant, Merilee, 353 Grant- Pankey, Kay Irene, 79, 177 Grant, Priscilla, 178 Grashin, George, 401 Grass, Richard, 352 Grassley, Edwaicl D.. 79 Gratis, Henry P., 389 Gravenslund, Wilma, 422 Graves, Dale V., 79, 120, 370 Graves, Stan, 201, 307, 309, 400 Graves, Coach Tubby, 266 Gray, Gilbert, 414, 418 Gray, Gloria, 317 438 OvaA, On, ihsL Cbunue, Out CampuA SHOPPING CENTER To Ifout rutute: The merchants of the University District have enjoyed serving you during your University years .... that your future may be rich in fulfillment is their sincere wish for you now. Knowing that they will continue to serve many of you throughout the years to come, is indeed a pleasure. 300 STORES SERVICES Sponsored for the District by the University Commercial Club 439 Gray, Gordon, 3i)2 Gray, Harold, 399 Gray, Juanita, 416 Gray, Robin, 403 Gravum, Gordon H., 40G Greaves, Fred, 402 Greaves. Spenoer, 176, 179. 327 Greef. Frances, ISO Green, Barbara. 345 Green, Carol, 17S. 180, 369 Green, Carol Jane, 79, 3.53 Green, Doris. 362 Green. F. Charlotte, 359 Green. I eslie. 1S7. 189 Green. Sherman, 379 Greenhaum, Norman, 410 Greenbers. Marion. 79. 373. 422 Greene. Francis. 322 Greene. .lames M., .Tr.. 79. 392 Greene. .Toseph. 272. 309. 392 Greene. I,arry, 125, 403 Greene, Norma. 346 Greene. Richard. 392 Greenewald. .lack. 329 Greenfield, Jim, 410 Greenfield, Harold, 179, 410 Greengard. Merle. 354 Greenhut, Dorothy Marion. 175 Greenlee, Arthur. 394 Greenlee-. Edward. 394 Greenlee. Edward R.. 79. 394 Greenman. Audrey L., 79, 368 Greenwalt,Fern, 79, 353 Greenwalt, Joyce, 177 Green way, Donald R., 79 Greenwood, James, 79, 394 Greenwood. Jim. 376 Greenwood. Patty. 79. 91, 123. 133. 142. 217. 305. 306. 363 Greenwood, Ruth. 362 Gregg, Gale. 331. 407 Gregg. Theodore W.. 79. 391 Gregersen, Guttorm, 79, 268 Gregor, Alice I.. 79 Gregory, Gene, 40S Gregory, Homer E.. 117 Gregory. Mary Lou. 35S Gregory. Patricia. 360 Grenier, Richard, 409 Gresham, Bernie. 315. 316 Grey. Margery. 370 Gribble, Tilford C. 79 Grider. Ruth. 362 Grieff, GladvsT., 79, 36S Grieff. Marvin. 410 Griesel. Bettv. 367 Griff. Merle. 410 Griffin. De Witt C Jr.. 411 Griffith, Bob, 197 Griffith, Dudley D.. 30. 177 Griffiths. M. L.. 344 Grim, John, 326 Grim, Keith, 164, 377, 3S4 Grimsby, Frank Norman, 175 Grindeland, Joyce, 416 Grinnell, F. King, 381 Grism, Shirley, 316 Griswold, Manzer John, 181 Grob, Jean, 365 Groce, Robert J., 79, 157, 328, 407 Groger, Harry K., 79, 278, 3S0 Groseniek, Carl, 382 Gross, Alan, 377 Gross, Bob, 171 Gross, Pat, 316 Gross, W. Alvin, 397 Gross, Wallace J., 395 Gross, Warin L., 397 Grossage, Wayne. 274 Grossley. Edward. 338 Grotz. Charles, 331 Grout, Donna, 304 Grove, James L., 395 Grove, Perry B., 405 Grover, Carol, 296, 370 Grundy, Donald, 420 Guberlet, Mrs. Muriel. 127 Gudjohnsen, Asa, 424 Gudmonson, Desa, 164, 359 Guenther, Shirley, 361 Guernsey, Lisle R., 79, 384 Guerra, Amanda, 335, 344 Guido, Joseph V., 396 Gundlach, Ralph H., 177 Gunther. Erna, 178 Gunner.son, Elwood T., 273 Gunn. JoAnne. 139, 351, 363 Gunn. Gloria, 79, 363 Gurian, Leonard, 401 Gustafson, Beverly A., 371 Gustafson, Gladys M., 79, 335, 421 Gustafson, Jane Ann, 79, 182, 359 Gustavson, Norman E., 79, 411 Gustilo, William H.. 344 Guthrie. Dean Edwin R., 40, 177, 178 Guthrie, Gene F., 378 Guthrie, Mary Louise, 424 Guthrie, Richard T., 383 Guy, Barbara, 420 Guy, George A., 80, 343, 388 Guy, Grace, 355 Gwinn, John L.. 407 H Haase. Richard 11.. 405 Haberling. Dan, 405 Hackett. James, 377, 408 Hackett, Fredella, 370 Hackman, Joan, 335, 358 Hackman. Vivian H., SO Hadges, Irene M., 81 Hadley, Homer R.. 177 Hadley, Richard. 331 Hadley. Rov. 183 Hagen, Ami. 163. 369 Hagen. Ann L.. 80. 90. 342. 177. 211, 304, 346, 363 Hagen. George L.. 393 Hagen. M. Jane, 344 Hagen. Mary Jean. 138 Hagen. Owen C. 343, 396 Hagen. Rav. 2S2 Hagen. Richard. 71. SO, 230. 236. 237. 240. 308, 312. 392 Hagen. William. SO, 392 Hagerman, William. ISS. 343 Hagg. Alvin. 183. 333 Haggbloom, Robert C. SO Haggen. Martha. 372 Hagman. Elaine. 356 Hague. Felicia. 336. 362 Haguewood. Herbert, 54 Hahn, Martha E., SO, 362 Hahnenkratt, Shirley, 365 Haight. Gertrude. 321 Haight. James. 399 Haines. Charles. 411 Hakanson. Thor B., 383 Halbert. Alfred, 324, 325 Hale, Jack, 405 Halgren, Peter N., SO. 379 Hall, Amy V., 177 Hall, Anabelle, 295 Hall, Beverly. 424 Hall. David. 178 Hall. Elwood, 394 Hall, Frances, 364 Hall. George, 1S3. 328, 388 Hall, Janet, 372 Hall, I ewis J., Jr., 344, 377, 381 Hall, Nathan, 183 Hall, Pauline, 426 Hall, William H., SO, 333 Hall, William M., 395 Hallcnheck, Peggy, 80 Haller, Dorothy, 295. 416 Haller, Mary E., 177. 17S llallgren, Robert W., 171.407 Hallock, Barbara. 422 Hallock, George. 404 Hallock, Peter R.. 3S9 Halpern, Gerald, 401 Halsan, Wally, 421 Halsey, Gene W.. 407 Halstead, Gloria, 358 Halter, Connie, 162, 163. 300, 330, 354 Halverson, Phyllis S., 80 Ham, Mary. 424 Hamack, Richard L., SO, 404 Hamel, Mary A.. SO Hamel. Roderick. 394 Hamerslough. Herbert L.. SO, 410 Hamilton, Beth. 335 Hamilton. Dorothy. 295. 315, 321 Hamilton, Elizabeth M., 360 Hamilton, Helen. 42S Hamilton, Henrietta, 345 Hamilton, James E., 384 Hamilton, Jav, 163, 226, 402 Hamilton, Jessie, 428 Hamilton, Kathleen, 424 Hamilton, Mildred. 416 Hamilton. William. 39S Hamilton. Wilnia, 191 Hatnmarhuid. Edwin. 1S3 Hammarlund. Jean. 111. 135. 13S, 143. 176. 178. 306. 332, 333. 352 Hampton. John C. 80. 391 Han, Ronnie, 240 Hancock, Margaret. 358 Hancock, Virginia W.. SO. 296. 355 Hancock. Wayne. 394 Handeland. June, 340. 343 Handlin. Pat. 298. 367 Haner, Donald, 382 Haney, Jack R., SO, 325. 382. 407 Hanks. George, 345. 41S Hanley. John H.. 177 Hanley, William M.. SO. 381 Hanna. Beverly. 316 Hannah. Allene. 365 Hannah. Phillip. 379 Hannay. Robert E.. SO. 402 HansbeiTy, Mary Evelyn, 26, 123, 140 Hansberry, Mary H., 80, 369 Hansen, Al. 382 Hansen, Arnold C, 395 Hansen, Barbara, 424 Hansen, Clint, 404 Hansen. Don. 311 Hansen. Doris Mae. 426 Hansen. Joan K.. 80, 324. 352 Hansen, Kathleen, 183, 332, 333 Hansen, Loren, 343. 37S Hansen, Margery, 320, 344, 426 Hansen, Michael, 392 Hansen, Reed, 54 Hansen, Viola H.. 177 Hansen, Wilbur F., 389 Hanseth, Jennings M., 80 _ Hanson, Bea, 426 Hanson, DonC, 80, 127. 265, 278. 312, 385 Hanson, James, 420 Hanson, John M.. 385 Hanson, Marion K.. ,S0. lOS, 142, 201, 305, 360 Hanson, Mercedes, 177 Hanson, Neil, 392 Hanson, WaiTen W., 177 Hanot, William, 80, 331, 393 Happold, Paul W., 3S0 Hara, Amy, 315. 345 Harar, Robert, 343 Harborview Hall, 334 Harbst, Walda, 426 Hardgrove, Jack, 403 Harding, Wallace M., 3S8 Hardisty, William. 390 Hardman. Virginia M.. 177 Hardman. Walter. 410 Hardow. Franc-es. 321 Hardt. John. 197. 388 Harlacker. Joe. 125, 381 Harl.an, Manson, 54 Harlan. Robert. 399 Harling. Elna. 321 Htirlow, Barbara. 352 Harlow, Elbert G.. 80. 345 Harlow. Gerald. 331 Harlow. Herb. 238. 240. 312. 389 Harlow. Marilyn. 345 Harlow. Patricia L.. 355 Harman. Barbara. 428 Harmer. Ardvs E.. 80. 329. 422 Harmon. Betty. 372 Harmon, LlovdW,. 289. 393 Harney. Patricia. 358 Haroldson. Bill. 229 Harper. Gwen. 181 Harper. Marilyn. 359 Harpole. James D.. SO. 417 Harrah. William F.. 313. 403 Harrell, Will. 124. 347. 419 Harrelson. Orvis A.. 391 Harries. James G.. 406 Harrington. Helen H.. 415 Harrington. Philip. 393 Harrington. Barbara. 191. 317 Han is. Eileen. 428 Harris. Frank, 419 Harris. Lois. 317. 42s Harris. Marion. 340. 355 Harris. Nellie. 42S Harris. R. Brondson. 27. 307 Harris. Robin J.. SO. 154. 205. 329. 369 Harris. Robert A.. 383 Harris. Robert. 382 Harris. Robert. 388 Harris. Thomas. 409 Harrison. J. B,. 126. 177 Harrison. George. 331 Harrison. Phyllis. 362 Harrison. Prof. Joseph, 123 Harrison. Richard. 392 Harrobin. Bill. 377 Harsh. Randy. 3Sn Hart. Dorene. 370 Hart. Dorothy I.. 80. 154. 329. 364 Hart. Richard E., 391 Hartford. Dorothy. 141. 359 Hartman. Marian. 345 Hartman. .Shirley M., 359 Hartmann, Meralvn. 358 Hyrtmayer. Betsy. 353 Hartnett, Betty C.. 81. 352 Hartz, Jo. 341. 415 Harvey. Virginia. 360 Harvitz. Francine, 36S Haskell, John W., 407 Haskell. Marv Anne, 361 Haspert, Arnold, 333. 344 Hasse. Eugene H., SI Hasselo, Raymore, 400 Hasselo, Virginia, 358 Hatch, F. Laurence, 230, 231, 232, 234, 236, 240, 312, 392 Hatch, Melville, 178 Hathaway, P. Glenn, 81 Hathaway, Jean, 134 Hatley, Lowell J., 396 Hatte. Ross, 176 Hatton, Maridell, SI, 176, 178, ISO Haugen, Marv Jean, 191, 370 Haugen, Ray, SI, 385 Hauger, Bonnie, 363 Haugland, Paul, 3SS Haugland, Slgfred, 3SS Haupt, Dorothy, 316. 345 Hausman, Bryce, 382 Jlaveman, Ruth E., 359 Havemeyer, Margaret F.. 176 Havlina, Sharane, 182, 363 Hawes, Bonnie J., 355 Hawes, Don, 403 Hawes, Malcolm, 382 Hawes, Rosalie A., 81, 364 Hawes, Shiiiee A., 364 Hawkins, Bob, 403 Hawkins, Marv Jo, 81, 305, 346. 361 " Hawkins. Sally, 361 Hawks, William L.. 81. 389 Hawley, Lyie, 369 Hawley, Norman. 81 Hawn. Welltos O.. 393 Hawthorn, James, 319 Hay, Virginia L., 360 Hayden, Alice, 35 Hayden, Frank E., 344 Hayden. William R.. 81 Hayes, Peter J., 400 Hayland, Marguerite, 1S2 Hayland, Peggy, 322 Haylette, Kenehia, 321,372 Haynes, Elizabeth A., 364 Haynes, Harold L., 81, 381 Haynes, Jeanette M., 81, 422 Haynes. John R.. 381 Haynie. .Stanley R., 388 Haynor. Marjory, 338, 340, 343 Hays, Arthur D., 81. 278. 379 Hazeltine. Frederick. 394 Hazimihalis, John. 319. 390 Hazlett. Jack, Jr., 272, 308, 392 Heacock. Jacqueline. 295. 415 Heacox. Russell, 331 Head, William R.. 389 Heady. Mickey, 352 Heald. Lillian T., 176 Healey, Leo. 402 Heaney, George, 254, 255 Heaton, Jack, 392 Hebert, Barbara, 344, 424 Hebert, Edward R., 380 Heckendorn, Beatrice, 187 Heckendorn, Clarence H., 81 Hede. Agnes. 81. 422 Hedeen. Rick L.. 381 Hedges. Irene. 81. 356 Hedlund. Helen. 352 Hedlund. Richard J.. 405 Hedwall. Ra. -. 402 Hefferman. Cvrus. 399 Heflin. Barbara. 344. 364 Heflin. Benjamin T.. 381 Heflin. Eleanor, 364 Heg. Robert T.. 41S Hegan. Peter. 343 Hegg. Frederick A.. 81. 405 Hegg, Sterling J., 81, 157, 328 Hegleson, Ruth, 416 Hegranes. L. C. 325 Heichel. Maurine E.. SI, 367 Heidenreich, Ruth P.. 81. 335 Heikel, R. B., 338 Heintzelmen. Oliver, 37S, 420 Heiser, Geraldine, 358 Heistuman, Francis, 402 Heit, Oswald, 404 Heitman, J. B., 327 Heitzman, Robert E., 396 Helgeson, Lois E., SI Helgeson, Carolyn M., 81 Helland, Joseph C, 81, 344,409 Hellenthal, Dorothy A., SI, 363 Hellenthal, Patricia, 372 Helliesen, Janet, 358 Hellman, Jack, 344 Helms, Jack F., 81 Helsell, William, 382 Helwig, Dorothy, 81, 358 Hemming, Parley, 331 Hemmings, Bill. 403 Hemstad. Alf. 237. 240. 312 Henderson, Bobby, 315 Henderson, J. Allen, 400 Henderson, Joseph E., 177 Henderson, Loree, 138, 366 Henderson. Marjorie. 424 Henderson, Norma G., 81.367 Henderson, Philip S.. 391 Hendricksen, Fred, 394 Hendrickson, Eugene. 344 Henrikson, Alice. 421 Hendricks. Louis R.. SI Ilcndron. John. 337 Henehan. Ulic. 382 Henkins. Helen. 3SS Hennes. R. C. 178 Henning. Larry. 400 Henricksen. Barbara. 370 Henriot. Elizabeth. 364 Henriot. Jack, 124, 403 Henriot, Kathrvn, 335, 426 Henry, B. S., 178 Hensel, Robert. 402 Hensey. John W.. 3S1 Hensley, Mercedes H , 177 Hensen, F. Ivogene. 416 Hentz. Rudolph. 26S. 400 Hepp. Dorothy H.. 422 Heppenstal. Barbara. 344, 357 Heppenstall, Robert, 379 Herdeck, Betty, 317 Heritage, Gordon, 278. 385 Herman. Martha L.. SI. 331 Herridge, Eileen. 178. 321 Herrman, Arthur. 29 Herrmann. Regina. 42S Hertsch. Gloria, 343 Hervin, Albert W., Jr 81, 394 Herzog, Bud. 255. 409 Herzog. Robert V.. 395 Hesketh, Virginia, 79. 82. 211, 304, 305, 346, 35S Heslin, James, 3S1 Hessemer, Robert. 183 Heston, Clifford D., 385 Heston, Robert. 388 Heubscher, Helen A.. 83 Hevly, Robert, 400 Hickey, James C, 82, 393 Hickey, Loren V., 82, 381 Hickok, Gene G., 392 Hicks, John, 123, 14S, 309, 377. 387. 420 Hleb, Helene, 356 Hieber, John, 9, 11, 171 Hieber, Marihn, 125. 135. 143, 359 Hiester, Nevin K., 176 Higgins, Alice Jean, 138, 363 Higgins. Kenneth, 3S1 Higgins. Robert R.. 407 Higgins, William, 201. 392 High Scholarship Winners, 175 Highsmith, Marijane, 422 Hilbun, Robert, 3S7 Hildahl, Harvey W., 406 Hilditch, Charles S.. 3S8 Hilker, Phyllis, 315 Hill, Betty, 159, 369 Hill, Bud, 254, 255 Hill, George C, 381 Hill, H. Leigh, S2, 3S0 Hill, Lillian A., 82, 315 Hill, Melvin R., 395 440 o o . G ' ■ 9- LflTIONS GRADS FOR TRULY FINE PORTRAITS KENNELL-ELLIS 616 OLIVE WAY MAIn 3464 441 DoUie McAssey SPORTS WEAR 4344 " U " Way MEIrose 1555 Hill, Shirley J., 82, 335, 42S Hill, R. Wilton, 3S9 Hilliard, R. K., 327 Hillnian, Malcolm E., 82, 363, 391 Hillock, Robert L,, 82, 407 Hillock, Virginia, S2, ISS, 336 Hilsher, Jackie, 142, 289 Himes, Sharon, 178, 420 Hindlve, Barbara Jean. 191, 424 Hinea, Rav, 331 Hines, Harold M., 29, 414 Hines, Mary G., S2, ISl Hinote, Donna M., 82, 365 Hinshaw, George, 333, 380 Hlnton, Donna, 361 Hipkoe, Max, 24 Hipkoe, Virginia, 82, 124, 127 Hirabavashi, Edna, 315 Hirsch, Marv, 191. 426 Hirschel, Fred, 333 Hirschorn, George, 241 Hirvela. Elene, 426 Hisken. Helen, 370 Hitchcock, C. L., 30 Hitchman, Leonard, 178, 411 Hixson, Gwyneth E., 82, 191 Hixson, Marcia, 358 Hjelm, Jennilee, 415 Hoagland, Dayle, 120 Hoard, G. L., 178 Hoba, Eleanore, 159, 356 Hobbobin, Gerry, 402 Hoberg, John, 3S1 Hobl, Catherine, 82, 100, 200, 201, 220, 336, 344, 364 lloihberg, Lionald H., 82, 410 Hochfeld. Shlrlev, 354 Hockett. Edna. 422 Hodge, Bill. 164 Hodge, Lois E.. 82, 365 Hodge. Toye I., 82 Hodges, Ernestine, 426 Hodges, Margaret, 372 Hodgins, Harold, 417 Hodgson, Bob, 381, 403 Hoeft, Kermit A., 146, 148, 421 Hoegh, Dayle, 364 Hoelscher, William L., Jr., 82. 402 Hoenshell, Audrey, 315, 317, 356 Hoesley, Robert J., 407 Hoey, Timothy, 395 Hoff, Carol E., 82, 357 Hoff, Ernie, 255, 312 Hotf, Shirley, 422 Hoff, Virgil, 313, 386 Hoffman, Doris, 422 Hoffman. Katherine, 182 Hoffman, Lawrence, 331 Hoffstadt, Rachel. 178 Hofland, Ardis, 426 Hofto. Leslie, 54, 61, 82, 313 Hohnbaum, George, 400 Hoge, Henry D., 82 Hogenson, Galen, 402 Hogg, Marilyn, 426 Hogg, Robert, 179, 183, 327 Hoglund, Paul A., 385 Holderby. Pat, 341, 365 Holderness, Sally, 352 Holevas, Dorothea, 163. 352 Holland, James, 379 Holland, Mi gnonette, 139, 370 Holloman, Betty, 373, 474 Holloway, Cecille, 340, 343 Holm, Betty, 321, 367 Holm, Louise E., 177 Holm, Oscar, 275 Holm, William, 82 Holman. Donald L.. 400 Holman, Joan. 357 Holmes, David, 402 Holmes, Gerald P., 82, 325 Holmes, Nancy, 359 Holmes, Sandra, 366 Holmes, Bill. 229 Holmes. William, 307, 308 Holmstad. Elaine. 352 Holmstad, Ralph E.. 385 Holsinger. Ronald, 387 Holt, Joanne, 316 Holt, Richard, 331 Holt, W. Stull, 30, 177 Holtorp, Alberta, :i2l. 372 Homan, Albert E., 418 Home Economics Club, 335 Home, William M., 82 Homes, W. H., 322 Honoraries, 302 Hood, George H., 54, 324 Hood, John D., 82, 387 Hooker, Anita, 424 Hooper, Dorothy D.. 82 Hooper, Eugene, 343 Hooper, Robert L., 82, 402 Hooven, Ed, 414 Hoover, Richard S., 82 Hopf, Jo-Anne, 364 Hopkins, Frank, 399 Hopkins. L. A,, Jr., 331 Hopkins, William S., 32, 33 Hopp, Peggy, 422 Hopper, Charlotte, 372 Hopper, John R., 393 Hopper, Jorgene, 306, 370 Hord, R. E., 56 llorey, Joanne. 424 Horjes. Charles, 392 Horman, Harry, 345 Horn. Earl J., 401 Hornstein, David P., 82, 410 Horngren, Carl, 405 Hornyak, George, 402 Horowitz, S. Diane, 368 Horrobin, Gerry. 402 Horrobin, William G.. 385 Horsley, Frank, 328 Horsley, Jim, 242, 243 Horsley, Robert, 408 Horst, Beverly, 426 Horton, Davis, 384 Horton, Richard, 54, 61, 393 Horwitz, Diane, 141 Horwood. Edgar M., 322 Hosack, George, 331 Hotchkin, Bettv, 340, 343 Hotchkiss, Wes, 169, 407 Hougan, G. Robert, 333 Houghland, Charlotte, 181, 370 Houghton, William H., 3S0 Houlahan, Jack A., 385 House, Trava, 365 Houston, Jerry A., 82, 391 Howard, Charles A., 400 Howard, Florence, 420 Howard, Jack K., 397 Howard, John R., S3 Howard, Marnie, 369 Howard, Sid, 402 Howard, William, 307 Howard, ' illiam D., Jr., 405 Howe, Alice E., 363 Howe, Ann, 164, 345, 362 Howe, Eleanor, 422 Howe, Mary L., S3, 363 Howell, Ann. 422 Howell, Jean, 336, 370 Howell. Lee. 403 Howell, Richard, 397 Howton, Gail, 405 Hoveland, Earl. 333 Hoyle, Donald, 402 Hovt, Amy Lee, 137, 370 Hoyt. Dorothy. 352 Huatt. Ray, 312 Hubbard. Pat, 422 Hubbell, Jay H., 411 Huber, Prof. J. R.. 325 Hudson, Dean, 179 Hudson. Frank P., 344 Hudson, Marlin, 189 Huebner, Donald E., 389 Huebscher, Helen A., 83 Huff, Lynn, 54, S3 Hufford. George A.. 176 Huffman, Bob, 386 Huffman, Dona, 357 Huffman, Virginia L., 176 Hughes, Albert, 344 Hughes, Glenn, 31 Hughes, Kay, 108, 124, 135, 139, 209, 366 Hughes, Marion. 335. 364 Hughes, Mike, 344 Hughmanick, Patricia. 357 Hugo. Richard, 388 Huggins. Robert, 387 Huguet, Lorraine, 345 Huhndorf, Albert J., 396 Huhta, Mary, 426 Hulbert, Frederick. 399 Hull, Garry, 417 Hullin, Dori, 370 Hulse, Keith, 396 Humason, Harlan II.. 385 Hume, John, 379 ilumphrev, James L., 331, 400 Humphrey, John, 324. 393 Humphrev, Robert C.. 331 Hungar, Gordon, 54, 60. 236. 240. 312. 382 Hungate. Robert. 54 Hunt. Alfred C, 386 Hunt, Dora G., 17 " Hunt. Elizabeth, 422 Hunt. Harry. 387 Hunt. Joanne. 316 Hunt. William H., 83. 403 Hunter, H. C. 24 Hunter. Jerry, 385 Huntington, William, 411 Hurd, Betty Louise, 372 Hurd, John E.. 388 Hurd. Paul, 312 Hurlbut, W. Frederick. 400 Hurlbut, Lawrence E.. 400 Hurtle, Ralph L., 83. 183 Hurwitz. Elihu, 410 Hurwitz, Gail, 341 Husby, Gloria, 358 Huskinson, Elsie, 352 Husky Winter Sports Club, 284-291 Huston, Jack, 125. 309, 402 Huston, John, 124 Huston, Polly, S3, 366 Hutchinson, David C. 381 Hutchinson, Patricia, 83 Hutchinson, Mary, 29 Hutchinson, Mrs., 281 Hutsell, Joyce, 186, 335 Kutton, Lois, S3, 353 Hutton, Pres, 393 Huttula, R. Blake, 333 Hyatt, Ray, 255 442 Hvdo, Gerry, 13:i Hvde, James, 3S6 HvrtP, Phyliss. 3r.f. lacolucci, Ben. 83 Tiieta. Yuki. S3, 316 Iflaiifl. Miriam, 337, 3-11. 422 Ililanfeldt, Robert T.., 380 Ihner. Bruce, 331 Illias. John T.. S3, 39S Ilstail, Mary, ir ' Imeson, Joanne, 343, 362 Imeson, Lincoln, H.,41S Independent Women ' s Association. 320 InK, Elizabeth, 320. 416 InpeliorK. Kvamme. 316 InKels. Jo Ann K., 360 Inglis. Donn O.. 395 Ingram. Bill. 124. 3S2 Ingram. Ernest M.. 393 Ingstad, Dean. 411 Inkster. Ann C. 360 Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. 376 International Banquet. 214 International House. 419 Intramurals, 276 Inverarlty, Robert. 177 Irick. Lois. 42S Irish, David, 392 Irish. Russell L., 3S9 Ireland, Donald W., 397 Irvine, Dave, 333 Irvine, DemarB,, 177 Irvine, John W.. S3, S80 Isaacs, Walter, 30 Isaacson, Joanne, 137, 361 Isaacson, Sally, 422 Isaacson, Verna, 362 Isaniinprei-, Philip 1,.. N3, 324 Israel, Joe, 401 Israel. Menashe, 341 Israel, Norm, 111, 124, 341 Israel, Sam, 401 Isted, John, 390 Ivankovich, Janet, 83, 422 lvan4 vsky. Gene, 337 Ivarsson, Solveigr, 112, 139, 162, 163, 292, 363 Iverson, Virginia, 366 Ives, W. Bvron. 393 Ives, Thora, 426 Ivev, Bettv L., 359 Ivv, Michel M., S3 Ivy. Sally. 369 lyall. Lillian, 420 l engar, Ranga, 419 l ' er, X, K. Anathana- rayana, 176 Jack, Walter O., 407 Jackman, Donald, 387 Jackson, Audrey, 340, 426 Jackson, Bob, 189 Jackson, Earl, 405 Jackson, Evelyn, 428 Jackson, George, 319 Jackson, Harry, 331 Jackson, William P., 393 Jacobs, Betty, 369 Jacobs, Mellville, 178 Jacobs. William H., 83, 402 Jacobsen, Barbara M., 177 Jacobsen, Henry T.. 83 Jacobsen. Ivan R.. 3S0 Jacobsen, Mary Ann, 363 Jacobsen, Paul, 392 Jacobsen, Roger G., 83 Jacobsen, Theodore S., 31, 177, 178 .lacobson, Charles H., 393 Jacobson, Donna Mae, 356 Jacobson, Frances, 42S Jacobson, Iva, 414, 420 Jacobson, John, 402 Jacobson, Norman M., S3. 326 ,Tacolison, I aul, 240 Jacolison, Robert, 419 Jacobson. Kuth. 343 Jacobson. T. S.. 31. 17S Jacobson. William T.. S3. 391 Jacques. Guv. 3S1 Jaffe. Elaine. 354 Jaffe. Stanley. 401 John. Julius. 181 James. Jackie. 428 James. John. 181 James, Mabel, 367 James, Richard G., 407 James, Robert E., 391 James, Walter T., 3S4 Jameson, Margaret, 335,, 345 ,Iampole. Kkanor, 17P Jangard, Aileen, 346, 358 Janeck, R. Frederick. 400 Jappe, Charlotte A.. 355 Jared, Janice, 369 Jasney, G. R., 327 .laton, Bruce, 236, 312 Jeffs, George, 379 Jelleberg. Emma, 294, 314, 362 Jenks, Elizabeth, 182 Jenkins, Emily, 422 Jenkins. Helen, 358 Jenkins, Kenneth G., S3, 1S3, 333 .Jenkins. Richard K., S3, 384 Jenne, Margaret, Anne. 73. S3, 119, 121, 124, 125, 126, 140, 142, 175, 177, 182, 211. 304. 30, ' ). 361 .lenner, Margie, 373 Jenner, Marion, 373 Jenner, Philip N., 177 Jennings, John, 403 Jensen, Alfred, 17S Jensen, Anabel, 358 Jensen, Elaine, S3 Jensen, Elsa, 367 Jensen, Gerald W., 83, 326 Jensen. Helen. 180 Jensen, Jeanne, 353 Jensen, Marian I., S3, 367 Jensen, Norman L., 83, 37S Jensen, Paul, 327 ,Tensen, Richard N., 403 .Jensen, Robert, 404 Jensen, Walter K., 3S0 Jeiital ' t. Ralph. 327 Jentoft. Virginia. 42S Jephcott. Pat. 306, 353 Jepsen. Raymond. 419 Jerbert. Arthur R.. 177 Jessen, Kathrvn, 83, 360 Jewell, James J., 405 .Tohanson, Joseph. 398 John, James, 83, 209, 268, 312, 400 Johns, Everts, 379 Johns, Leota L., 177 Johns, Loren, 343 Johnson, Agnes, 358 Johnson, Annette, 84 Johnson, Bertha, 424 Johnson, Betty, S4, 176, 180, 1S2, 352 Johnson, C. Erling, 389 Johnson, Carl W., S4 Johnson, Carol, 17S, ISO, 356 Johnson, Cecil, 331 Johnson, CGM, 58 Johnson, Claud A., 406 Johnson, Cliff, 377, 380 Johnson, C. Montgom- ery, 66, S4, lis, 121, 126, 2S1, 308, 338 Johnson, .fohnson, .Johnson, .Johnson, 381 Johnson, 377, 405 .Johnson. Johnson, .Johnson, 176 Johnson. 378 Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson, .Johnson, Johnson, 84. 325 Johnson. 41S .Johnson. S4, 3S9 Johnson, -Johnson, 299 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 373.424 Johnson, 84, 177, 373 ,Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 325 Johnson, Johnson, 56 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 421 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Oavlil, 84, 3 ' ,il Ellen L.. 362 Elsie, 422 George, 84, George R,, George R.,407 Glenna, 315 Helen Marie, Howard, 195, James T,, 388 Jean, 358 Joyce, 316 Juanita, 372 Justin H., 407 Kenneth L., Kenneth M., Lawrence E.. Lee, 403 Lillian, 295, Louise, 372 Mack, 411 Marian, 422 Marjorie, 191, Margaret A., ISO, 335, 352, Marvin. 179 Meryl. 334,421 Melvin T., 84, Nan, 358 Newton M.. Norm. 343 Pauline. 182 Paul. 322 Phyllis, 320, Raleigh, 394 Robert B,,381 Robert F., 3S1 Rod, 377 Roger W., 3S4 Johnson., Shirley, 428 Johnson, .Slmone, 335, 340 Johnson, Virginia, 191, 195, 340 Johnson, Vivian L., 84, 352 Johnson, Warren B., 84, 409 Johnson, Willard, 411 Johnston, Alfred I.,., 396 Johnston, Barbara, 362 Johnston, Bettv J., 345, 358 Johnston, Beverly, 365 Johnston, Bonnie, 428 ,Iohnston. Botsy. 364 Johnston. Jean. 345 Johnston. Jim. 197 Johnston, Randy, 322 .Johnston. Stanley. 419 Johnstone. Robert, 394 Jolly, Beverly J., 84, 424 Jones, Al, 148, 281, 403 Jones, Anita M., 371 Jones, Clara Joy, 195 Jones. Col. William, Jr., 37, 55 Jones, Dean Ernest M., 44 Jones, Delores M., 367 Jones, Donald, 390 Jones, Donald K., 391 Jones, Dorothea, 373 Jones, Elaine, 367 Jones, Edward, 344 Jones, Edward D., 38S Jones, Edward R., 397 Jones, Elizabeth A., 84 Jones, Frances Anne, 321 Jones, Fred A., 396 Jones, Gayne, 399 Jones, Gloria Jean, 84, 364 Jones, Gordon R., 383 Jones. Helena B., 176 Jones, Howard K., 38S Jones, Judy, 361 Jones, Lee, 279, 403 Jones. Madeline. 126. 135, 139, 157, 178, 306. • The Name and Place You Recognize for Leading Men ' s Fashions Campus Togs Stetson Dobbs Wilson Bros. MacGregor Varsity Town Broadstreet Timely Fashion Park Botany 500 by Daroff i Mariin Ecktnann 1310 liasi 45th St MElrose2250 Arrow Manhattan Jantzen B. V. D. Scandals Coopers Interwoven Gilbert Hose Hickok Alligator 443 A Good Meal Demands Good Meat It ' s economical to buy only U. S. inspected and graded meat, so why not enjoy the best. We are conveniently located just a block and a half from the campus. 4521 " U " Way MEIrose 5100 Seattle 5 " THE MOST VALUABLE THING ON EARTH? " Not a quiz question, that one. And not a " huckster " superlative. A distinguished analyst said: " Wood is becoming the most valuable thing on earth. " And you of the Class of ' 47 who expect to help harvest wood and p romote that " wise use which is conservation " will meet, know, and respect Young products — since 1902 the standard of excellence in logging necessities. Visit our plant — see Young blocks. Certified tools. Silver Line hooks, etc. made — you ' re welcome any time. Jones, Miirylyn L., 367 Jones, Mason, 326 Jones, Mo.xene C, 84, .lones, I ' alricia A., S4, 1S7, 330, 362 Jone.s, lUv F., 3D5 Jones, Ruth L,., S4. 358 Jones, Stanley, 318, 319, 409 .Jones, Viola, 16,162,163 .lones, Walter H., 3S.t Jones, William I ;., 396 Jons.son, Elin, 84 Joost, Bill, 226, 313, 392 .Toppa. llobeit, 322 Jonlan. Lowell II., 41S JoiKensetl, Bolj, 109, 24, " ), 269, 312, 392 JorKensen, June, 365 JoT ' Kensen, Kris. 54 Jorgenson, Haniet, 122, 13.S, 154, 306, 329 .Torgenson, Rober, 246 Jorgenson, Stanley, 331 Jorstad, Dave, 380 Jose. Thelma, 340, 426 Joseph, Mary Ann. 84, 423 Joshlin, Robert, 409 Joslin, Frances, 141,165 Joslvn, Robert, 390 Joy, Margaret, 139. 363 Juberg, Irene, 424 Judd, Charles J.. 240, 389 Judy, H. C 61 Julian, Jean R., 175 Juliano, Nick, 338 Julin. Judv, 315, 316 Junes. Vicky, 159, 421 Jung, Angela, 428 Jungers, Francis N., 84, 381 Junior Inter-Fraternity Council, 377 Junior Panhellenic. 351 Junior Prom. 208. 209 Juniors, 108, 109 Kaasa, Thomas, 338 Kack, Kenneth. 331 Kafer, Howard, 84, 312 382 Kalahan, Clyde. 338 Kaiser, Mary Lou. 84 Kaldal. Jimmie. 108. 121, 309, 380 Kalin, John B.. 388 Kalina, Wallace N., 407 Kaline, W. X., 56 Kalk. La Velle, 84, 267, 322, 324 Kam, Pearl G., 416 Kanieron, Bette Mae. 59. 363 Kamm. Thomas A., 84, 308, 312. 391 Kanda, Betty, 315 Kane, Bob, 268 Kane, Connie, 322, 356 Kane, Robert, 392 Kansas. Kay, 84. 121. 211. 304, 305, 367 Kaplan, Leon H.. 401 Kapota. Bob, 312 Kappa Alpha Theta, 364 Kappa Delta, 298, 365 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 298, 299, 366 Kappa of Phrateres, 316 Kapiia Phi, 340 Kappa Sigma, 3S9 Karaliaich, Mary. 158. 358 Karamalic. Tony, MS;; ICariel, llenrvS., 12 1. 168 Karrasch, Pat, 297. 2 98, 314, 367 Kasper, Robert, 331, 420 Kastner, lOthel D.. 177 Kas ,ycki, Geoi ' ge. 417 Katterman, Don, 183. 333 Katz. Dorothy, 337, 338, 351, 368 Katz. Solomon. 177 Katz. Willie, 319 Kaufman, Stanley, 399 Kauhanen, Rudolph O., 84, 393 Kavet. Marjorie L.. 84, 344 Kawai, Jnlianne. 344, 420, 426 Kawasaki. Katherinc. 428 Kawasaki, Sue, 423 Kaye, Reinee, 354 Kean, Albert, 240, 252. 394 Kean, Wallace R., 385 Keating, Richard, 84, 376, 404 Keatts, Vernon, 399 Kechley, Gerald, 191 Keck, Doris, 84, 177 Keen, Bruce A.. 56. 347, 388 Keen, Fred L., 388 Keene, Arline, 340. 4 26 Keeney, Donald, 85, 386 Keenholts, Ed, 211, 407 Keeney, Frank, 382 Keeney, George A.. 85, 380 Keeney, Harold S., 85. 382 Keifer, Kathleen G.. 85 Keightly, Phillis, 424 Keisel, George, 377 Keiter, George, 85, 267. 308, 312, 376, 410 Keith, Polly, 366 Keizur, Robert G.. 85, 407 Kelleher, Elise, 306. 361 Kelleher, Richard L.. 381 Keller. Eoline M.. 85. 315 Keller, George M., 400 Keller, Marilyn, 356 Keller, Richard, 382 Kelley, Kay. 3 67 Kellogg, Amy. 85 Kellogg. Britt. 327 Kelly, Elvie M., 415 Kelly, Patricia. 361 Kelly, Robert, 333 Kelly, Roberta, 357 Kelsey, Pat, 322 Kelso, Walter, 326 Keltner, Marv Ellen, 416 Kelton. Robert, 85. 417, 419 Kemmerer, Shirley, 422 Kemp, Geraldine. 424 Kempt. Jim, 403 Kendall, Margaret, 428 Kennard. Rolin J., 344, 391 Kennedy, Jackie. 369 Kennedy, John R., 324, 393 Kennedy. Patricia. 344 Kennewick, Richard, 388 Kent, Bettv, 181 Kent, Jim. 260, 312. 323, 381 Kenworthy, Willima R., 397 Kenyon. Robert, 402 Kepka, George M., 385 Kerchival, Robert, S82 Kerkof, Vincent, 344 Kerley, Betty Lee. 424 Kerr, Janis, 358 Kerr, Nancy, 296, 297, 314 Kerry, Harold E., 389 Kershaw, Marilyn Ruth, 85. 361 Kessler, Priscilla. 315 Ketcheson. David, 387 Kettelhut, Roy I-.. 85 Keyes, Gilbert, 419 Kichma, .leanette. :144 Kidd, Don, 391 ividwiler, William. 386 Kienholz, Lorraine. 4 21 Kienholz, Virginia, 85. 335, 421 Kiep, Glen, 344 Kierman, Frank. 338 Kiesel. George W.. 398 Killam. Nick, 382 Kilner, Patrick, 313, 387 Kimball. Marcia, 120 Kimble. Art, 343 Kime, Merle A., 400 Kiminel. John, 325 Kimsey, Lucretia, 371 Kincaid, Trevor. 177 Kindelan, Jeannette, 356 Kindsfater. Emma. 85. 176, 353 King. .Arden, 177. 178 King, Hob. ; 27 King, Dick, 312 King, Donald. 394 King. Jack, 85, 409 King, Jane. 366 King. .lim, 377. 409 King. .John L., 23 King, Mary, 369 King, Paul M., 85, 384 King, Whitey, 230, 232, 234, 240 Kingston, J. M., 178 Kinney, Luella, 85. 372 Kinscella, Hazel G., 177 Kinzel, Warren. 393 Kippenhan. Dean. 411 Kirback, Kathleen, 188 Kirchner, Prof. George C 192 Kirk, Douglas, 252 Kirk, E. Walten, 391 Kirk. Harley E.. 380 Kirkwood, D. D.. 338 Kirkwood, James, 402 Kirwin, Harry, 325 Kiser, Gail M., 175 Kistemaker, Alvin, 4 I 9 Kizer, Ralph, 403 Klaas, Joe, 186, 188, 193, 329 Klarich, Dorothy, 85, 338, 367 Klausner, Florence, 368 Kleikamp, Joseph. 408 Klein, Max B.. 385 Klein, Pauline, 85, 295, 305, 346 Kleinberg, Josephine. 354 Kleinberg, William, 85, 410 Kleiner, Robert E., 406 Klemz, Marilyn. 362 Klepoch. Michael. 326 Kletsch, Charles. 124 Kline, Scott, 394 Kloster, Robert, 387 Klukis, Allan, 148 Klumb, Jack, 400 Knapp, Alice M.. 359 Knapp. Dillis, 85. 386 Knapp, Ervin, 347, 419 Knapp, James, 386 Knapp, Jean E., 356 Knapp, Lois, 317. 34;; Knapi), Sarah, 359 Knell, Phillip, 387 Knettle, Harvey M., 407 Knight, Ernest L.. 390 Knight. Harry, 111, 121, 122, 123, 124. 125, 146, 309, 403 Knight, Jack, 402 Knight, Patricia, 85. 426 Knighton, Anna Mar -, 316 Knipe, Richard, 402 Knoff, Joan A., 85, 359 Knowles, George, 85. 325, 403 Knowles, Richaiil, 117 Know, Jean, 33 7 Knudsen, Cal. 281. 40;: Knudson, Caroline, 85, 317, 426 Knudson, Robert. 379 Knudt.sen, Gordon, 279, 403 Knudtsen. Jim, 403 Knust, Lawrence, 269 Knutson, Wilma, 85, 356 Kobernik, Carol V.. 85, 367 Kocak, Orhan, 409 Koclier, Albert J., 381 Kochran, Hardy. 322 Kodania, Saehiyo, 85 Kodoma, Dorothy, 34 1 Koe. Kenneth, 178. 179. 327, 419 Koehler, Rolanil U., 385 Koehler, Vern, 278, 385 Koenhoel, Robert E., 407 Koenig, John. 419 Koenig, Quentin, 382 Kohler. Barbara. 424 Kohler, Colleen, 34 Kohler, Helen, 344 Kohls, Richard. 392 444 KiiU), Ki-itli, Sr., 177, 387 IColesar, Staff SKt., 58 Konda, llidoo. 107 Kiinopaski, Warren H.. 85 Kooeh, Jeanne, , ' i70 Ki iii man, Betty. :!17, :;:;i KoDr, Luba, X ' . ' - Kuprulu, Ertiigrul, : ' .77, 383 Korpi. Doris M.. 177 Korre.s, Kditll. 27 K..sliub, Lyle, 312, 381 Kuslier, Bernard, 85, : ' .2 ' , 401 Koslol, Carl R., 380 Kotsolievar, Lendal H., 398 Koven, Velma M.. 86 Kowalski, M Sgt.. 57 Kraft, Bob, 175, 343 Kraft, Don, 158, 309. 328 Kraft. Howard, 343 Kraft. Warren. 379 Krakovskv, Charles. 2«S, 401 Krakov-sky. David. 179 Kranldas, Thomas, 319 Kraiiel, Kathryn. 180 Kraule, Gloria, 86. 156, 353 Kreager, Beverly. 175. 358 Krehbiel. Shirley, 366 Kreide, Margaret K.. 371 Krems, Alex, 1S3 Krems, Bernard. 401 Kretzler. Allen. 319 Kretzler, Harry. 177, 403 Kreutz. Shirley. 4 26 Kriebel, Robert H.. 86 Krieger. Sharon. 356 Krieger, Sylvia. 178 Krippner. Jeanne. 306, 360 Kristerson, Ruth. 86 Kri.stiansen. Dick. 86. 121, 308, 311. 390 Kristopheraon, Au- gust, 86, 379 Krives. Frederick C. 400 Kroha, Anthony J., 86, 389 Krohn, Barbara. 78. 86, 126, 154, 329, 356 Krom, Randolph H.. 384 Krominga, Xoryne. 191 Kromminga, Louis . dolph, 395 Kropf, Janice. 295. 428 Kropt, John, 343. 418 Krueger. Donald B.. 86, 395 Krum. Gerry, 137, 366 Krupski, Edward. 178. 183 Kruse, Jane, 86, 366 Kublev, Josie. 137. 359 Kubota, Herbert. 418 Kuehl. Joy, 423 Kuhlman, Henry, 331 Kuhn, C. H., 61 Kulijis. Dorothy. 344 Kulmna. Arthur. 401 Kulzer. Janet B.. 364 Kumm. Lorraine. 360 Kummer, Louella. 162, 163, 353 Kunde, X. F., 274 Kunnecke. Walter. 380 Kuns. Carolyn, 369 Kurth, Robert, 57, 386 Kurtz. Harold L., 86 Kurtz, Jack S., 4 07 Kurtz, Norman F.. 385 Kurtz. Steve, 403 Kusian, Ross, 331 Kusnetz, Morton, 401 Kuss, Bob. 281. 291 Kvam, Ernest L.. 86 Kvamme, Ingegorg, 428 Kwek. Chew-yee. 426 Kyle. Stanley. 417 Kyser, Pat. 299 Kyte, Kenneth W ' ., 391 LaBarge, Josepliine, 344 LaBranch, Harvey W. 405 John 1 )u. ' ine, Edward H., Lacey, William. 387 Laugliry, Lucille. 358 LaCliance, Bbl). 126, Launer, Phyllis. 334, 381 421 LauKch. Bryson. 411 Lausch. Frank, 344 Lausch, John, 344 Laustsen. Russell, 327 Laval, William, 178 Lavell, Patricia, 62. 123, 124, 126. 142. 269, 306, 360 Lavelle, Louise C. 36 I Lavelle, Marilyn L,. 86. 176, 182 Lavender, Dennis. 275, 323 Laverty, Bruce, 60. 86. 183. 407 Laverty, Don ald, 54 LaViolette, Claris J., 175, 178, 343 Lawliead, William, 382 Ijawless, Mary, 4 28 Lawrence, Caroline. 316, 415 Lawrence, Charles W.. 195 Lawrence, Nancy. 86. 353 Lawrence, William. 331 Lawson, Allan L.. 401 Lawson. Heleiie R.. 177 Lavv.son, Robert, 54. 402 Lawton, Jean. 369 Lawton, Nancy. 141. 178, 296, 298, 366 Lawton, Patricia. 306 Lawver, Howard. 390 Lawyer, Mildred. 316 Lay, Warren. 409 Layton, Irvin. 401 Layton, Richard H., 407 Leach, Elizabeth. 422 Leader, Albert H.. 86, 407 Leader, Kenneth. :!99 Leadon. Roland. 344 Leahy, Kathleen M., 49, 182 Leary, Patricia A.. 86, 335, 371 Leavitt, Barbara, 361 LeBaron, Floyd, 268 Lebeck, Doris, 424 Lebeck, Marjorie, 86. 424 Leber, Irene, 317 LeCocq, Mary A.. 363 Ledlie, James E.. 388 Lee, Edward T., 60, 86, 391 Lee, Elizabeth, 344 Lee, John, 344 Lee.Helene, 316, 427 Lee. Leslie, 397 Lee, Marjorie, 367 Lee, Pete. 254. 255, 391 Lee, Robert, 392 Lee, F. Robert, 86, 313, 386 Lee, M. Robert, 87, 382 Lee, Ted. 108, 123. 209 Lee, Thelma Irene, 424 Lee, Thomas, 402 Leeds, Jim, 327, 331. 344 Leek, Gerry, 369 Leek, Bill, 87, 205,308, 407 Leenerts, Arlyn. 358 Leese, Gerry, 154, 338 Leese, Marion, 365 Legg, Arthur E., 418 Legg, Mary, 335 Leggat, Doris, 334 Leggat, Jane, 352 LeGro, Denita, 334 Lehman, Burton A., 87 Leibly, Anne M., 87. 344, 367 LeMay. John, 344 LeMier, Emanuel. 402 Lemieux, Nedra H.. 371 Lemon, Lois, 333. 424 Lenington. Richard W., 87 Leopold, Floralei. 368 Leonard, Grace. 345 Leonard, Jane, 422 Leonard. Larry. 331. 344, 417 Leopold, Norman R.. 401 Leppert, Elmore. 188 Lepine, Bertha. 426 Lere, Klarise, 180 Ijacher 411 Ladum 393 Laffin. Rosmond, 335 Lagerberg, E. V.. 61 Lagerquist, June. 335, 371 Lagerquist, Lester, 396 Lager, Roy, 380 Lahner, Christina, 344 Lainhart, Don. 402 Lainliart, Richard. 402 Lainhart, William S.. 86, 402 Lake. Donald, 54 Lakie, Helen, 335 Lakin. J. Maxwell. 418 Lamant. Joe. 345 Lamarche, John. 409 Lamb. Elizabeth. 363 Lamb, Loys W.. 313. 400 Lambert, Harry. 402 Lambda Chi Alpha. 390 Lambda Kappa Sigma. 332 Lambda of Piirateres, 317 Latnphere, Robert M,, 388 LaMay, Vernon. 378 Lamon. Marilyn. 359 Lancaster, LeRoy, 57. 408 Land. Marguerite V., 86, 426 Lander, Richard, 419 Lane. Marion E.. 365 Lane, William, 402 Lanegger, Lori, 187 Laney, Gertrude D., 86 Lang, Howard. 400 Lang, Patricia. 366 Langbridge, Alec. 381 Lange. Eivind G. Jr., 385 Langer, Helen, 20, 162, 163. 172, 360 Langland, Duane, 322, 390 Langston, Donald, 390 Lantz, Mary Cath- erine, 366 LaPore. Gerald E., 381 Larberg, Donald W.. 391 Largun, Joyce M., 86 Larimer, Shirley, 124, 423 Larned. John, 390 LaRue. Jack, 382 Larsen. Betty, 316. 424 Larsen, Eric, 343 Larsen, Jack, 340 Larsen, Judy M.. 86. 360 Larson, Alice. 86 Larson, Allen G.. 391 Larson. Anna, 335 Larson, Ardis B., 86 Larson, Edward C.,393 Larson, Jeanne. 365 Larson, John, 408 Larson, John W.. 86. 400 Larson. 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Eleanor. 88 Luube, Fred, 34 3 Luvera, Phyllis, 168 372 Lux, Rolf, 331 Lybeck, Pattie, 191, 370 Lycette, Jack P., 386 Lydgate, Lois, 363 Lykken. Jeanne, 34 4 Lyle, John T. S. Jr 88 Lyle, Tom, 393 Lyle, Ronald G.. 333. 400 Lymburn, Jean. 424 Lynch. Ben. 326 Lynch, Molly, 369 Lynch, William F.. 88 382 Lyness, Harry K.. 407 Lynn. Elizabeth M., 88 315, 317 Lynn. Patricia. 427 Lyon, Jacqueline. 365 Lyons. Daniel A.. 388 M Ma, Yang Lan, 426 Maas, Irene, 421 MacBride, Phillip. 379 MacCullough, Pat A., 415 Macdonald, Catherine, 177 MacDonald, Donald 381,391 MacDonald, Frances, 369 MacDonald, Jean M 415 MacDonald, Jack. 390 MacDonald, Lloyd, 390 MacDonald, Marion, MacDonald, Sally A 360 Macdonald, William H., 72, 89. 308, 323, 384 MacDougall, Doreen, 315 MacGoughan. Denny 168, 403 Macgregor House. 418 Machan, Billie. 191 Maclnnis. Stewart, 337 Macintosh, Les. 337 Maclntyre, Mary, 423 Maciukiewicz, Elsie 353 Maciukiewicz. Lottie 353 Mack, Donald R., 109 313. 384 Mack, Egil Jr., 89 MacKay, Rosemarie C, 89, 352 Mackay, William. 54, 388 MacKenzie, Bradley 381 MacKenzie, Dorothy, 363 Mackenzie, Donald H. 307 Mackey, Eloise M., 89 362 MacKey, Floyd L., 89 Mackie, Robert A.. 311. 391 Mackin, Hoover, 178 Mackinnon, Merle. 36. " , MacLane, Donald, 379 MacLaren, John. 344 MacLennan, Janet, 426 Maclane, William, 379 MacNicliols. Jim. 331 MacNichols, Lucia. 362 446 MacPliail, Hodeiick, 399 .Maiiclen. Bonnie. 428 Madden, Geraldine, 42- Maddock, Harriet M., 177 Maddux. Kred. 322 Madison. James H.. 89. 389 Madison, Norma. 356 Madison. Paul. 75. 89, 121. 126. 127. 308, 376. 394 Madrigal Singers, 191 Madsen. Arne. 313, 3 ' .12 Madsen, Ilene, 291, 297, 306, 361 Madsen, Mattia. " !, 392 Madsen, Ruth, 365 Madsen, Shirley, 316 Magarinsky, Galena. 357 Mager, Patricia, 358 Magill, Bernadine. 344 425 Magnuson, Knar V,, 397 Magnuson. Jean. 370 Magnusson, John. 396 Magowan. Donald. 322, 391 Magrilio. William. 344 Maguire. 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Lloyd. 152, 174, 176, 268, 307, 329 Stairs, BillieL,., 415 Staley, Jack, 195 Staltt, John, 197 Stam. Carol, 64, 65, 101, 363 Stam, Marion, 363 .Stammers. Patricia, 365 Standish, Ken. 328 Stanfield, Charline, 415 Stange, Irene, 178, 428 Stanick, John, 333 Stanislawski, Dan, 178 Stanley, Betty Jane. 188, 335 Stanley, James. 390 Stanley. Jeanne, 344, 373, 428 Stanley, Samuel L., 381 Stanley, William P.. 381 Stansbury, Lloyd, 409 Stanton. Antoinette, 178, 425 Stanton, Margaret, 314, 425 Stanton. Norma. 322 Starkweather. Jack. 13. 15. 171. 31S. 319 Stastny. Charles. 401 Stauber. Joyce J.. 178. 363 Stauffer. Morrie, 378 Stauffer. William. 331 Stave. Norma. 20. 139. 306. 370 Stearns, Crockett. 101. 379 .Stearns, Doris, 369 Stearns. Jack. 379 Steckler. Melvin ,T.. 3N9 .stedman. Marian L.. 101.415 Steed. Bill. 257. 258. 312, 323 Steele, Charles Clifton. 176 Steele. Donald E., 101 Steele. Mary Lou. 367 Steele. Robert W.. 400 Steilberg. Therese. 427 Stein. Elaine. 368 Stein. Ernie, 234, 239. 312. 394 Stein. June D., 101, 124, 423 Steinberg, Sheldon P., 101 Steiner, Herb. 399 Steinmetz. Marilyn G.. 101. 364 Stendal. Ruth, 181 Sti-nberg, Ralph. 322 Stanberg. ' ernon. 322 Stenshoel, Richard. 392 Stenson, Virginia. 353 Stensrud. Marjorie. 181 Stensrud, Russell. 340 Stephany, Barbara. 3 69 Stephens, David. 54 Stephens. Ida Grace. 178. 340, 343 Stephens, Jacquelvn. 137. 427 Stephens, Richard A. 56 Stephensen, Dreda. 364 Sterbich. Peter. 344 Stern, Joyce E., 101. 354 Sterne. Richie. 282 Steiling, Patricia. 360 Sterling, William. 177, 326, 343 Sternman, Shirley. 341 Sterns, Richard. 390 Steunourg, Sheldon. 327 Stevens. Barbara P.. 367 Stevens, Betty J.. 415 Stevens. Edwin B.. 177 Stevens. Elizabeth. 372 Stevens. James R., 387 Stevens. Marjory. 139, 365 Stevenson, Betty. 116, 123. 135, 136, 269. 306. 340, 357 Stevenson. Herbert, 386 Stevenson, Rees. 286. 382 Stevenson, Robert. 387 Stevenson, Thomas, 189 Steward. Donald. 101, 386 Stewart, Alan A.. 396 Stewart. Auroa. 369 Stewart. Bill. 402 Stewart, Clark L., 61, 381 Stewart, Daphne. 124 Stewart. Dugald. 386 Stewart. June, 423 Stewart, Walter D., 101. 343, 421 Stewart, Warren P.. 101, 343, 421 Stewart, William, 101. 402 Stianson. Bjorn. 417 Stickles, Milton J.. 397 Stief, Robert A., 385 Stieglitz, Joanna, 101, 186, 189, 335, 363 Stiles, LeConie, 101, 313, 394 Still, C. Marvin, 380 Stimmel, Catherine, 101, 320, 334 Stimson, Douglas J.. 384 Stine. William. 405 St. Louis. Bob, 286, 291 Stobie, Mary,101 Stoffer, Helen, 425 Stoeckert, Frances, 365 Stokes, Gloria, 420 Stolt. Dorothy, 362 Stolt, Marjorie, 362 Stoms. Paul. 392 Stone. Dick, 226 Stone, Esther, 101, 181, 191, 340 Stone. Grant. 340 Stone. Joe. 312. 400 Stoops. Richard. 331 Stordalen. Kjell. 403 Storey. Mildred. 321 Stork. Eric. 171 Stotsenberg. Harrv, 340 Stott, Robert D., 101, 389 Stotts, Lyle. 240 Stoval. Kenneth. 191 Stovall. William H.. 61. 101. 275 Stover. Carl Ross. 345 Stover. Charles D.. 378 Stover. Mary Pat. 340, 357 Stowall, Ernest. 387 Stowcll, Edith, 181 Strack. Barbara. 101. 366 Stram. Donald. 409 Strand. Betty, 297. 314 Strand. Glenn T.. 388 Strand. Rav W.. 400 Strate. June. 340 Strauh. Jewel. 298. 367 Straughan. Carley A., 101. 428 Straughan. Robert, 386 Strauss. Lois. 368 Stray Greek Club, 373 Streem. Bill, 110. 123 Street. Hal, 195, 343. 418 Street. Jan, 357 Street. Merrill. 403 Strege, William H., 101. 325. 381 Strobach. Durvea. 189 Strode. Florence. 340, 425 Stroh. Kenneth D.. 383 Strohecker. James, 411 Strom, Bud. 281. 403 Strom. Alice. 428 Strom. Leo F.. 396 Strong, Bob, 274 Strope. Alvin. 101. 379 Stroud. Bill. 162. 163 Stroud. Gerry, 369 Stroud, Merland D., 393 Stroupe. Howard. 272 Strum, Marilyn, 162. 163 Stuart. .Tames. 155 Stubhs, Al. 393 Stubbs. Lucille. 177 Student Branch. American Pharma- ceutical Assoc. 333 Students ' Co-operative Assoc. 414 Stuntz. Daniel E.. 177 Stuntz. George R.. 23 Stunz. Emil. 268 Stunz, Imogene. 179 Sturm. Kenneth E., 398 Stutzman, Gertrude, 189 Suhr, Carol. 423 Sulak. Antoinette. 369 Sullivan. Dennis W. 102. 324 Sullivan, George W 385 Sullivan, Gloria, 351, 358 Sullivan, Jay, 126, 148. 318, 319 Sullivan, Joseph A., 102. 325, 344, 381 Sullivan, Joyce, 352 Sullivan, Pat. 211 Sullivan, Patricia Anne, 102, 126. 135 211, 304, 305, 361 Sullivan, Robert P.. 381 Summers. Charles. 322, 397 Sundberg. Pauline. 182 Sundberg. Violet. 316 Sunde. Carl J. E., 102, 400 Sunde. Loel O.. 400 Sunde. Robert L.. 400 Sundell. Helen, 428 Sundcii. Shirley. 421 Sundstrom. Elaine, 102 Sundstrom, Glenn W.. 102 Sutcliffe. Stanley. 382 Sutherland. Barbara, 102. 177. 316 Sutherland. June. 340. 343 Sutlierland, Margaret E., 416 Sutherland, r atricia. 298. 366 Sutherland. Ross. 419 Sutton. Patricia. 414 Suzuki. Fumi. 315. 344 Svalastoga. Karre. 419 Svelander. Katherine G., 49 Svensson. Flovd. 327 Svihla, Arthur, 29, 178 Swain, Jan, 361 Swalling, Rosalind M,. 102. 176, 183, 320. 332. 333. 415 Swalwell. Margaret A., 102, 363 Swan, Douglas. 319 S wanes, Mary, 357 Swanson, Arnie, 240 Swanson. Carol. 181 Swanson. Doreen M.. 102, 369 Swanson, Doris, 294, 295, 297, 314, 415 Swanson, Dorothv, 188, 317, 335, 343, 427 Swanson, Eleanor, 159, 330, 355 Swanson, Gordon, 281, 403 Swanson, Herbert A., 102 Swanson, Jeanne. 358 Swanson. Norman. 318, 319. 333 Swanson, Ralph K.. 102. 395 Swanson, Robert, 379 Swanton. Lois, 427 Swanzw, Gene, 307. 382 Swarner, Rachel. 181. 194 Swartz, Gloria. 370 Swayze. Marian P., 177 Swearingen. Fred. 337 Swezea. Patricia Lee. 335. 341 Sweazey. Patricia. 189, 346. 352 Sweet, John, 382 Sweeney, Kay. 369 Swendson. Marcia. 422 Swenney. Richard. 387 Swenson. Carl E.. 102 Swenson. Russell. 345 Sweum. Nathalie. 361 Swift. Dave, 344 Swift. Dixie, 317. 340 Swift. Dorothv. 362 Swift. Jean A.. 102. 182. 344, 352 Swift, John. 344 Swimming, 353 Swindlehurst, Willard. 319 Swysgood, Bob, 268. 312 Sylliaason. Carol. 139, 306. 360 Syliaason. Gordon. 289 Syltebo. Bjarne. 331, 419 Sylvester, William S., 408 Symonds, Margaret, 425 Synadelphic House, 416 Syverson, Dorothy, 356 Syre, Robert, 397 Sze. Chi, 327 Tabor. Joanne. 357 Tadich, Dmitri, 234, 237, 312. 411 Tadlock, Jeanne. 102 Taice. Marian, 315. 316 Taigen. Lou. 391 Takano. Bettv, 345 Takei. Yuke. 102. 427 Tall. Leonard, 410 Tallman. Ellen. 352 Tainaye. Chizuko. 316. 345 Tanac, Robert G.. 102, 333 Tanasse. Cherie Y., 102, 365 Tang, Theodore. 54. 409 Taniguchi. Theodore. 333 Tannler, James R., 384 Tarblll, John, 386 Tarbill. Thomas. 386 Tarpenning. D. A.. 61. 275 Tariaglia. Eleanor. 344 Tarter, H. V.. 17S Tartre. Joanne, 369 Tate, Harold W.. 396 Tate, Robert. 54. 267. 308. 312, 391 Taub. A., 178 Tau Beta Pi, 183 Taubman. Lisa W.. 102, 299. 314. 366 Tau Phi Delta. 406 Tavernia, George 54. 403 Tavlor. A. T., 331 Tavlor. Allen, 289, 309. 313. 385 Taylor. Edith M.. 415 Tavlor. Elizabeth. 180, 335. 416 Taylor, Dr. George, 27, 29 Tavlor, Jay G., 102 Tavlor, Jean, 420 Taylor, Joyce. 353. 365 Tavlor. Kenneth C. 102, 393 Taylor, Louisa A.. 102, 177, 416 Tavlor, Lucy, 369 Tavlor, Maxine R.. 102, 4 25 Tavlor, William E.. 102, 245, 246. 282, 307, 308, 312, 382.392 Tebb. Alan, 394 Tefft. Wes. 402 Teibel. Willard W.. 383 Telford. William J., Jr., 102 Teller, Sally, 423 Tempio, Norman G.. 102, 247, 308, 311,389 Templeman, James, 395 Templeman, Phyllis, 317 Templeton, Mary Veva, 138, 351. 366 Tennefoss. John N,, 388 Tennis. 262 Terry. Rebecca. 345 Terrv, William J.. 103, 407 Teter, Diana, 4 22 Teutsch, Barbara, 126, 127. 135. 142, 306, 366 Tews, Joan, 372 Thai, Sam H., 103, 421 Thai, Sanford M., 103, 175, 176, 183, 333 Tharl. Walter. 399 Thatch. Leah. 354 Thayer, Ralph, 33 Theil, Alfred, 333 Theodore. Georgiana. 191 Tlieodore, John. 325 Theriault. F. Jeanne. 359 Theriault. Richard, 333 Therrien, John, 392 ThetaChi, 407 Theta Delta Chi, 408 Theta of Phrateres, 316 Theta Upsilon, 371 Theta Xi, 409 Thevik. Harold. 404 Thies, Frederick. 382 Thies, Joanne. 364 Thies. Mary, 364 Thomas, B. O., 178 Thomas, Dorothv V.. 360 Thomas. Gilbert. 324 Thomas. Jack, 377, 394 Thomas. Judy K.. 367 Thomas. Marvin C, 405 Thomas. Marv K.. 103, 162. 300, 363 Thomas, Nancy. 356 Thomas, Owen, 345 Thomson, Ralph, 403 Thomason, Donald, 407 Thome, Matt R.. 380 Thometz, Jane. 360 Thompkins, William. 4 0;i Thompson. Beryl. 356 Thompson, Betty. 373, 4 23 Thompson, Claire, 298, 366 Thompson. Dave. 242. 243. 308. 312 Thompson. Prof. David. 31 Thompson, David P., 177, 313, 400 ThoiM])scin. Donna. 369 Thomi)son. Elizabeth. 10:; Thompson. Frank. 387 Thompson, Fred. 398 Thompson. Glenn. 337 Thompson. Harold, 380. 381 Thompson, Ivan E., 103, 381 Thompson, Jim, 237, 240, 312 Thompson, John. 379 Thompson. Judy. 372 Thompson. Lora Mae. 353 Thompson, Lorraine. 358 Thompson, Margaret 103, 357 Thompson. Mariana, 139, 369 Thompson. Marilyn. 363 Thompson. Marjorv I.. 103. 358 Thompson. Phyllis 103. 337 Thompson, Ralph E., 325 Thompson, Richard, 333 Thompson, Robert, 382 Thompson, Robert. 396 Thompson, Shirley. 103, 372 Thompson, Wilda, 177 Thompson, William F., 29. 1.8 Thomson. Ralph. 403 Thoren, Emma Marie. 176 Thorkelson. Janet. 357 Thorkelson. Louise J. 103. 322 Thorlakson. Anne. 139. 306. 361 Thorlakson. Neil F.. 388 Thorn. Fred. 331 Thornton. June L., 103 Thorpe. J- ranklin K.. 383 Thorsen, Henry N., 400 Thorsen, Kenneth. 274. 344 Thorsen. Margaret. 425 Thorstensen. Erma, 425 Thorstenson. Rose- mary, 103, 305, 350, 366 Thumbler, Walter, 282, 3 90 Thwing, James. 411 Thykeson, Ardell E.. 103 Thykeson. J., 331 Tibbals. Curtis. 331 Tibbals, Harvev. 403 Tibbs, Daisy. 345 Tibert, Betty. 189. 336 Tiernev. Rosemary. 344 Tilger. Hillis W.. 397 Tilson. Ritchie. 331 Tilton. Marguerite A., 103 Timberlake, Keith R., 171. 389 Timbers, Anna Mae, 177, 180, 344, 362 Timbers. Mary. 344. 362 Timmins. Emilv. 194. 306. 337 Timo, Dominic P., 103, 344 Timo, Paavo, 393 Tinker, Pauline, 352 Tinsley. CSK. 58 Tjerne, Gordon, 333 Tobey, Otis L., 393 Tobiason. Walter Jr.. 381 Todd, David V., 387 Todd. Ella May. 103, 3 62 Todd. Jack W.. 338. 388 Todd. Jay Jr.. 176 Toellner. Henrv M., 103, 396 Tolles, Willard. 343 Tomlinson, George, 408 Tompsett, Winnifred, 356 Toner. Gilbert, 331 Toner. Ethelyn, 25 Tonkin, Sue. 354 Toomey. Helen. 344 Toomey. Tom, 344 Toomey, Robert D.. 176 456 Congratulations to the staff on the production of this book. May their successors meet the challenges to their ingenuity as successfully as those who haxc produced the 1947 Tvee S DEXTER Co. 2038 TERRY AVENUE SENECA 0313 SEATTLE. WASHINGTON I 457 ToDtliiikcr. Joel. 37a Torcson, iladys. :!65 Toi-hrini, Kobort IT.. lo:i. :!:!.s, 408 Tonii-y. JiH ' k, i ' i ' i. -• ' ' •! Torrance, Torchy. 269 Torrance, William H.. ;!9i Torrance, William S., 391 Tiirrey, Phyllis .leanlie, 371 Totem ( " lub, 217. SOS Toiipaw, IMiillip. 183 Toiigaw, Thomas. 333 Towle, Marjorie. 36.5 Towne, Robert S.. 103, 394 Towner, Beverly, 369 Towner, William C. 103, 340 Tracie. (lordon, 297 Track, r,6 Tracv, .John R., 308, 407 Trager, Robert H., 254, 2. ' i.-), 312, 405 Tranell, Tonv, 128 Trantow. John, 411 Trask, Leo, 312, 392 Trautman, Beverly, 340, 355 TravLs, Ivan, 120, 123, 281 Traw, Len, 267 Treffen er, Doris, 353 Tremblav, Dick, 403 ' I ' reinper, William. 382 ' I ' rener. K. Cene. 103, 389 Triplett. Beverly 1., 103, 353 Tripp, El.sie T., 103, 425 Triigden, William, 103, 205, 313, 400 Trohimovich, Stanley, 344 Trnsper, Janice. 352 ' I ' rriut, Imogene. 425 ' I ' njut, .lean, 322 ' i ' riiwbridge, Janet. 36 1 Trucano. .lames. 3 85 Trncano. Lucille. 103 142. 182, 295, 297. 314, 371 Trueblood, Janet, 357 Trueblood, Richard. 103, 211. 392 Trnesdell, Galen. 124. 309. 417 Truitt. James, 179 Tryon, Thomas R., 408 Tschida, Amelia, 315, 344 Tschudin, Mary S., 49 Tncker, Beverly, 314, 416 Tncker, Gordon, 54, 344. 40S Tucker. Lena L., 177 Tucker, Philip, 390 Tucker, Shirley. 314 Tiierke. Virginia, 178, 392 Tuesley, Bruce, 382 Tapper, Jim, 242, 243, 309. 312, 313, 391 Tupper, Tom, 327 Turay, Phyllis E., 103 Turley. Jack L.. 104 Turnell, Richard. 402 Turner, Becky, 180 Turner, Dale, 179 Turner, Edward, 402 Turner, Dr. Edward, 27, 44. 178 Turnure, Jean, 104, 364 Turner, Joanne. 317, 428 Turner, Mardette, 186, 336 Turner, Mary Louise. 4 26 Turner, Robert, 60, 380 Turner, Sue, 316 Turner, Vernon, 388 Turpienen, Dorothy, 315 Tvete. Dorothea. 104, 344, 370 Twedell, C. E., 338 Twedt, Homer. 417 Tweedy, Nancy. 340 Twentseff. Ale. . 337 Twerdowdki, Helen, 337 Twigg, Barbara J., 355 Twiss, Iris, 424 Twiss, Winifred. 423 Tydeman, Stephan, 104, 183. 396 Tyee Business. 164 Tyee, 160-163 Tyler. R. G.. 124. 178 Tymstra. S. R., 178 u I ' ll.b-nbiTg, Patricia. 423 IMell, Mildred, -MX I ' ldiling, !•;. H., 178 llhrich, Josephine, 315. 344 Illhricksiin, Al, 177, 212, 307 rUoa, Edward, 344 Umphrey, George, 28 I ' mphrev, Martlia. 104. 366 rmphrey, Mary C, 104 I ' mphrev, Robert E.. 397 t ' niversity Christian Union, 421 I ' niversitv Ice .Skating Club, 322 University. .Siiigei-s. 195 Universit ' S ' mphon ' Orchestra. 192 Urata. Robert. 419 I ' rijuhart. Don, 197 Ursic, J.. 291 Ushakoff. Vlad, 52, 163, 402 Utterback, C. L., 31 Utterback, Thomas W., 104, 385 Utterstrom, Ray, 54 Uyeta, Tami, 345 Vachon, Ellis V., 408 Vachon, Ellsworth, 376 Vandenbui ' g, .lames J., 407 Vanderhaar. W. A.. 396 A adman, Warren E., 104, 326, 398 Valentine, lOleanor, 358 ' alentine, M;ir ' , nn. 322, 344 ' :tlentinf. l:;ii- .Via! ' ! -, 344 Valentini-, Waneji. 109 N ' atenlinel ll. . ur .):i. 190 Valissarakos, Katherine, 428 Vallin. Margaret, 372 Vallentgood, Eli.sabeth, 424 Vail, James, 378 Van Arsdol, Don, 111. 124, 390 Van Arsdol, Ted, 155 Van Brunt, Norman, 127, 148, 308, 329 Van Cleve, Bartelle, 190, 369 Vandagriff, Joseph, 104 Van Dees, Lewis W., 380 Vandenburgh, Bill, 104, 24S. 308, 312, 391. Vandenburgh, Edith, 360 Vandermark, Ellen Ann, 370 A ' anderpool, Gerrv M., 352 Vangel, Jim, 404 Van DeWetering, John E.,400 Van Dyke, Rosem.arv M., 104, 159. 330, 369 Van Eaton, John M., 104, 379 Van Eaton, Robert IL, 104, 382 Van Hees, Virginia, 104, 373, 425 Van Horn, Anne, 141, 364 Van hloi-n, .Tames. 419 Van Horn, John W.,400 Van Horn, Robert, 37, 178 Van Krevelen, Keith, 333 Van Laningham, .Te.an, 340, 343 Van Liew, Ruth M., 104, 427 Van Ness, Evangeline, 165, 365 Vannet, David, 420 Vannice, Luther L., 405 ' Van Rooy, Russell, 159, 328, 389 Van Roov, William C, 381 Van Sant, Richard, 402 Vansell, Arleigh, 381 Van Sickle, Donna S., 415 Van Slyke, Elston W., 385 ' an Waters, Miriam, 2IS1 Van V. -ck, Carol E.,360 ' an ,andl, Dic-k, 27S, 392 Van Zandt, Richard. 402 Varns, Adelaide, 104 N ' arsity Ball, 205 Varsity Boat Club, 313 Vaughn, Vivian, 322, 356 Velas, George, 397 Venables, Mollie, 361 enn-Watson, JohnE., 104, 324 Verbon, Margaret, 428 Versoi, Richard P., 383 Vlckery, Doug, 312, 380 Vickner, Edwin J., 29, 177 Vlele. Barbara, 113, 359 Viele, Rebecca, 142,351, 359 Vikingson, Vernon F., 104, 407 Villar, Anita, 344 A ' ilas, Joan, 363 Villeneuve, George, 324 Villesvik, Gordon, 104, 402 Villesvik, Malcolm, 403 Vinar, Edward C, 56 Vincent, Blythe, 426 Vincent, Martha, 351, 357 Vinson, Robert, 405 A ' ohs, Ihiridd, 390 i.inol, Paul F., 391 ' olk, lOilith, 425 VonGoertz. Ruth, 372 VonLossow, James, 387 Voris, Margie, 315 Vose, Betty, 365 Vowles. Jeanne, 317,341 Vowles, Norman O., 104 w addi]iKli,ri. ' illi:iin. 4 00 Wade, Peggy L., 10 1. 3 59 Vade, Robert D " .. 400 Wade, Virgene N., 415 Wadleigh, Robert E., 393 Wair, Margaret C. 104 Waite, Bette, 104, 294, 295, 314, 356 Waechter, Jack H., 391 Wagner, Calvin, 379 Wagner, Sylvia. 295 Wagstaff, Constance, 416 AA ' ahlstrom, Nelson A.. 25, 281 Walder, William P.. 33S Walderon, Albert D., 104, 211. 388 Walderhaug, J. Albert, 325 Waldo, Bob. 26, 89, 104, 124. 307, 308, 324, 403 Waldo, Bruce, 89 Waldowski, Patricia. 362 Waldron, Clyde. 171 Waldron, Wilma. 340, 416 ' alker, Bruce M., 104, 205, 400 Walker, David, 419 Walker, Dorothy. 427 Walker, Georgann, 3 72 Walker, Janet, 186, 335, 427 Walker, Jean, 105 Walker, Joan L.. 363 AValker, Judy, 335 Walker, Lauren, 177 Walker, Neil, 252, 399 Walker, Parks, 396 Walker, Patricia L., 360, 363 AValker, Phillip, 186, 1S7, 189 Walker, Ronald, 387 Walker, Virgil, 409 Wall, Dorothy, 361 Wall, Richard W ' .. 61, 104, 407 Wall, Roberts., 175 Wallace, Ruth. 370 AVallace, AVilliam J., 104, 400 Wallace, William L.. 389 Wallen, Bruce, 394 Wallgren, Governor Mon C., 22 Walling, John, 411 Wallis, Gale A.. 56, 57 Wallis, William, 402 Walls, lOlwood, 387 Walls, .rnhn ;.. 105. 3 9 2 ' allslr in. liM. 177, 179 Wallslnmi. I.li.vi, 105, 183 Walmsley, George, 381 WalMislev, W., 327 Walskf. Carl. 399 Walsh, Paul R., 384 AValsh, I ' atrick E., 105 Walter, Bruce A.. 105, 308, 311, 313, 376. 379 Walter. Donald. 155. 344, 409 Walters, Frank A., 381 Walters, John. 392 Walters. Margaret C, 177 Walther, Russell, 397 AValton, Frank E., 388 AVanamaker. Frances, 362 ' Wang, Frances, 428 Warbington, Helen. 105. 414. 416 Warchol, Bernice, 332, 333, 425 Ward, Donald. 377, 4 00 AVard, Donna. 352 AVard, Ethyl. 428 Ward, Kenneth. 333 Ward. Lela. 103 AX ' ard, Patricia M., 355 Ward, Sally, 366 Ward. Tom. 232, 408 Wardin, William, 399 Warner, Florence. 428 AVarner, Frank, 178 AA ' arner, George, 378 AX ' arnick. James S., 4 08 AVarp, Stanley, 387 Warren. Albert L., 105 338, 406 Warren, Charles, 403 AVarren, Doris, 176 Warren. ,lerry, 402 Warren. .lames. 379, 401 Warren, Richard, 390 Warren, Tex,312 Wasser, A ' elma, 126 138, 17S. 306, 366 Watcliie. John A.. 400 Waters, .lames T., 391 Watson. Archie, 308. 312 AVatson, Dick. 312 AVatson, Edward. 338 Watson, Frank, 105 Watson, James, 324, 331 AVatson, Jean, 416 Watson, liucille, 317, 321. 337 AA ' atson, Richard. 382 Watson. Robert, 385 Watkins, Betty L., 177 AA ' atkins, John E., 393 AA ' atkins, Marion. 382 AA ' atkins. Samuel D., 105. 393 AVatkins, Rosalie. 105 AVatt. Ross W., 391 AA ' atts, William, 240, 390 Way. Patricia N.. 177 AVeatherly. Suzanne, 369 AVeatherston, Jane G , 363 Weaver, Arthur R,, 384 Weaver, Charles E., 177, 178 Weaver, Dianne, 105 Weaver, Michael, 399 Weaver, Otto. 286 Weaver. Sis. 364 Webb, Cecil, 226, 392 Webb, Ruth, 353 Webb, A ' irginia, 294. 364 AA ' ebber, C. R.. 338 AA ' ebber, John G.. 84, 105, 139, 201, 308 328. 403 AA ' eber. Allyce. 365 AVeber. Bob, 403 Weber. Laurel, 367 AA ' eber, Lorraine, 335, 345, 425 Weber, Marjorie, 316 Webert, James H., 57 Weeks. David. 105. 386 Weeks, Delores, 298 Weeks, Waller K. Jr., 105, 381 AA ' egener, Ann, 363 Wegforth, Barbara J., 105. 428 AA ' eglin, Robert, 393 AVehde, Fred. 312 AVehde, Irv, 24 AVei, AA ' en-Yen, 4 26 Weidlich, Mary Frances, 345 Weing;irten. JIai-old, 408 Weigel. Clilford. 329 Weil. Dorothy. :M1, 3C,S Weil, Uribert, 41(1 Weinaiid, Wnitra, 356 Weinmeister, Arnold. 230, 237, 240, 312, 381 Weipert, Marjorie E., 105, 298, 367 Weir. Luella. 370 ' eisel. Virginia, 359 Wcisenborn, Frank, 178, 179 Weiser. Russell, 178 AVeiss, James, 123, 39u Weiss. Reinhard. 393 Welch. Chuck. 287 Welch, Frank. 105, 159. 328. 329. 402 Welch, Ralph, 228, 233 AV ' elsh, Rosemary, 165. 357 Welborn, Donald, 409 Welborn, Thomas, 409 Welke, Walter C, 194 Wells, Doris. 127, 130, 141. 306, 356 Wells, JackE.. 408 AVells. Jean, 142. 352 AVells, John G., 393 Wellington, Phyllis, 352 Welts, Keith. 386 Welty, Miriam L., 177 Weltzien, Lorraine B., 105 AVenke, Charlotte. 138, 142, 364 Wenkert, Ernest, 179, 327 AVentworth, Justin, 105, 411 Wentworth. Lois J.. 177 Weott. Leo, 240 Wepfer. A ' irginia, 352 Werner, August, 191 Wesche, Armand, 322 Wesley Cltib, 343 Wes.sel, Amalia, 34 4 West, Bob. 255 West. George F.. 3 93 West, Gerald W., 378 West, .lohnson E., 406 West, Margaret. 320. 424 West. Maud, 321 West, Patricia, 367 AA ' est, Robert, 388 AA ' est, Theodore, 333 Westby, Donna, 3 65 AVestgard. Howard, 337 AVestling, Grace M., 136 Westin, Margaret. 4 23 Westin, Martha, 316 AVestlake, Robert. 183 AA estlake, Virginia, 105 AVestlin, Donald R., 407 AVestlund, Vivian, 297, 314, 351, 365 Westlund, Warren, 113, 392 AA ' estminster Club, 34 5 Weston, Mabel, 321. 344 Weston, Thomas R., 400 Westrom, Fredrick, 387 AVetzel, Florence, 362 Wetzel, Thomas J., 105, 382 AA ' haley, Beverly, 366 AVhaley, Paul, 400 Whatley, Warren L., 393 AVheatley, Mildred, 321, 422 Wheeler, Carolyn, 370 AA ' heeler, James Jr., 105, 386 Whelan, Catherine, 105 AVhelan, Ray, 331 Whelpley, Howard, 54, 421 Whipple, Dori. 315 Whisler, Wilton, 331 Whisman, Clyde, 105, 388 Whisman, Walter C, 388 Whistler, Wilton M., 378 Whitaker, Laurel E.. 176 AVhltbeck. Bob, 278 AVhite, Alton, 54 White, Geraldine, 357 White, Isabel G., 176 White, Janet, 361 White, J. Doulas. 105, 407 While. Muriel. 420 White, Nancy, 142, 360 While, K.-ilph, 333 Whiti-, K.iv. ::71i While, Sam, 245, 246, Hill Wliitat ' re, Samuel D., 407 Whiteacre, Jack, 402 AA ' hitehe.ad. BarlSara, 113, 138, 139. 163, 369 AVhitehead, Viven M., 105, 370 Wliilehoiise. ICrnest n.. 105 Whitesel, AA ' illiam F., 407 AA ' hiteside, Lawrence, 197 Whitford, William R., 106 AVhiting. Dick. 291 AVhiting, Jim. 281,29] AVhiting, Richard J., 407 Whiting, Theodore, 387 Whitlach, Virginia, 425 AVhitley, Mary, 358 Whitman, Chester, 399 AVhitman, Lillian, 180, 335, 425 Whitnier, Donald N., 393 Whitmer, Ramayne, 397 AA ' hitmore, Ernest R., 3 85 AVhitnev, Bob. 26 Whitney, Henry, 399 Whitney, Hugh T., 393 Whitney, AA ' illiam. 402 Whittle. Brooks. 386 Whittlesey, Walter B., 177 AA ' hyte, David D., 176, 179,327 Wiborg, .lames, 179 Wichman, Robert, 382 Wichman, William, 313 382 Wicks, Pauline C, 106, 295, 322, 415 Wicks, Raymond, 318, 319 Wickstom. Roy M., 319 AA ' idman, Margaret, 297, 422 Wiethructer. Donald W., 56 Wiggers, Gloria, 362 AA ' iggins, Robert A., 381 AA ' ilber, John. 84 AA ' ilbur. Elizabeth A., 106, 350, 357 Wilburn. Gwenn, 123, 356 Wilcox, E. R.. 37 AVilcox. 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