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,E THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON is Ioday rapidly expanding Hs iaciIi+ies for Hue disseminafion of and addifion fo man's greaf herifage of I4nowIedge and unders+anding. I hope +I'1oI' as offen as you re-read 'I'I1ese pages Huey will remind you 'II1aI' +I1is'I1eri1'age is noi onIy your privilege: ir is your obliga- Iion, as educafed men and women, Io con'I'inue 'rhroughoui your Iifeiime Io Iearn more abou? yourselves, your feIIow men and fhe world aboui' you. If is only +I1rougI1 an ever-widening undersianding +I'1a+ I'I1ere is a prospecf fOl',C peaceful and happy world socie+y. Wim, f figwf-f,,,,.5ig-f ,, ., 0, - A-MA., W .. W-snag.. 1534- ..,, .It :- Q. ,x Q 1 sy X . ml X I w Y 'Hu A, Fig -' , :gn 2 Llgffyflfgia .Mx W A x an 'si iw r , :Exif ' W X:-a x , ., my-34 -5. ,, V M Xi f"'3- 4- 2 , ,J QS? UND VF Y v Mfif W W 11111121 ' png if ., fx gov- 1 lfnffls 1.1 S i : Q me iii' 'iw V , L , ' 1 'U -f- Xf x X A ,-' S ' ,,,'J'b'. 'R U w 1 I Lp I , f - ,Y ,M 1, xl. . 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BUTANY Anon LABOR mumq QQAOUATE SCHOOL 0 uujvonv coueqe on EDUKAUON coneqs or ronewzv LOLLEQE ...J cousqe or ARTSHCIENLES mgwzm RAVMOND B. ALLEN ART DN no SOPH aucunfeq ' sonoqv mupc nga 9.165 LHEMIHRV Pon. gaeufe QEOQRAPHVA EHEMKAL MEDICINE L.- ELECTRL avg DENTISTRY Su-zoom or Law llungnlq mq 46 9 Q 1 COLLEGE OF GENERAL tousqe OF I UHARMACY Dave Beck ClarenceJ Coleman Presldenl BUHH UF HEBEHTS Composed of seven members, lhe Board of Regenls is appoinled by lhe governor, by and wifh consenl' of fl-le Senafe, for a ferm of six years, and members serve wi+l1ou+ financial compensaiion. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN: Presidenl, Board of Regenlsq Everelrl, LL. B., Washingfon, l922. Prac- 'lices law in company wifh his fafher. Term expires in l950. THOMAS BALMER: Sealfleq Universify Law School, I909. Vice-Presidenl' and Wesfern Counsel, Greal' Norfhern Railway Co. Term expires I953. DAVE BECK: Seaffleg Vice-Presiden+ of lnfernafional Brofherhood of Teamsiersg Chairman, Wesiern Conference of Teamslers, Sfafe Joinl Council of Teamsiers. Term expires l95l. JOSEPH DRUMHELLER: Spokane: chemisl' and oil man: graduafe chemical engineering, Washing- ion, l925. Member Sfale Senale, I935-I94l. Operales Drumheller Laborafories. Term expires I950. JOHN L. KING: Seaflleg direcfor Radio and Research, Washinglon Sfaie Grange: graduale Wash- inglon A. B., I925: M. A., Washingfon, l94I. Member Sfaie Advisory Commission. Taughf school l925-I937. Sfaie High School Supervisor, I937-l94l. Term expires l95I. WINLOCK W MILLER: Seaifleg aHorney and real esfafe invesimenis. Graduale Yale. Known as "Dean" of Universify regenis affer Z5 years' service. Overseer of Whiiman College. Term expires l953. GEORGE R. STUNTZ: Sea'H'le: alforneyg graduale Washinglon, l928. Served in U. S. Navy iwo and one-half years during World War ll. Term expires l95l. T. Condon, Secrefary fo lhe Board John L- Kim! Thomas Balmer George R. Sfuniz Joseph Drumheller Winlocln W. Miller XM . . - ,4 U . 1? Yr -A HU -1' -i's Lloyd W. Scliram Dr. L. E. Powers Direcfor of Division of Adulf Educafion Direcfor of Healfh Services Arfl1ur J- PI'iHgl'2 Charles E. May Ernesf M. Conrad DireC+0I' of CGFNPUS l'l0U5lf'9 Superinfenclenf, Buildings and Grounds Assisfanf Compfroller Marfin N. Clwamlaerlain Execufive Officer, Deparfmenf Paf McClure H. C. Bauer of Exfension Classes Head Counselor, Womens' Residence Halls Direcfor of Libraries Donald K. Anderson Direcfor, Office of Public and Universify Relofions Max Hiplnoe Purchasing Ag enf x Elhelyn Toner Herberl' T. Condon William M. Read Morgorel E. Terrell RegiSl'I'Gl' Dean of Sfudenis Universiiy Edifor, Direc+or of Universiry Press Direcfor of Universily Food Service Nelson A. Wal1ls'rrom George pl Honion Eric L. Bon. Edgar M. Draper Compiroller Execufgve Qffice,-' Con-espondenf Direcfor of Summer Quan'-I'er Secrefcry of Eclucofion ond Siuclies Curriculum Illlllllllllll Assis'ran+ Counselors! Dick Dunninglon and 1 Bob Walclo, fron+ row, and Jim Oyerloek and AI Breviln, back row. OFFICE UF STUDENT HFFHIRS i , ii A 'l ' 'l Dean Newlnouse Lee Saunders Mm.gQ,.e+ Farwell . " Dll'eCl'0I' 0fS+uder1+Affairs Acfing Associa+e Direclor of Sludenl' Affairs Associafe Counselor for Sfudenfs Helen S. 'Wilson Glen Nygreen Merle Mudd Arihur Abraliamson Manager of Housing Service Counselor for Sfudenls C0UI'1S6l0l' 'FOV Foreign Sfudenfs Q Associa+e Counselor for Sluclenls I .gg 4 , .., 'Z' fb X4 CCELECE CE HI-TES HCC SCIENCES LIKE JACK oT The proverbiol BeonsToll4 sTory, The College oT ArTs ond Sciences hos grown ond grown, now To include 40 oclminisTroTive uniTs, depc1rTrnenTs ond schools, o sToTT oT IO38 persons oncl 9066 sTu- clenTs. And wiTh This exponsion hos come The neecl Tor reorgonizoTion To keep poce wiTh new neecls. Along This line, counseling, plonning oncl oTher ocTiv- iTies necessory To geT sTudenTs in oncl ouT oT college will require o lorger proporTion of The services of The deon's oTTice. ln oddiTion, The curriculum will be ocliusTed iT necessory To TociliTc1Te The cleveloprnenT of individual leoclership in The rnidsT oT moss educo- Tion, ond To educoTe all while giving speciolized Troining To rnony. Deon Eclwoird H. Lauel ff 37 Mir Q iw Jw-' "' v Horace G. Rahslnopf, Professor Jennie l. Rownfree, Professor Sfevenson Smifh, Professor Herman V. Tarfar, P1 ofessol Execufive Officer of Speech Direcfor of School of Home Economics Execufive Officer of Psychology Execufive Officer of Chemlsfly and Chemical Engineering George E. Taylor, Professor Clinfon L. Ufferbacls, Professor Curfis C. D. Vail, Professor Edwin J. Viclnner, Plofessol Direcfor of For Easfern lnsfifufe and Execufive Officer of Physics Execufive Officer of Germanics Execufive Officer of Scandinavian Execufive Officer of Far Easfern Sfuclies Languages Rufh M. Wilson, Associafe Professor Execufive Officer of fhe Women's Division R. M. Winger, Professor of Physical Eclucafion Execufive Officer of Mafhernafics Assisfonfs fo Dean Lauer are, leff fo righf: Ralph Gusfafson, Mabel Spence and Ed Lisfon. Nof picfurecl is Harold Hines. 1. .-, ik .4 . X ,, ., .. sf A X s gfnimse. COLLEGE UF EDUCHTIUH Edward Bechl'ol+ Direcfor of Bureau of Teacher Service Eleanor Evans, Assislanl Professor and Placemenl' I Acling Direclor of Nursery School WITH AN EYE Toward helping cul Jrhe currenl shorl- age of secondary Jreachers in Washinglon, Jrhe College ol Educalion repor+s a delinile increase in enrollrnenl since The wa1'. lrnprovernenls in College facililies include expansion ol lhe Bureau of Appoin+- rnenls inlo The Bureau of Teacher Service and Place- rnenl, wilh a full-Jrirne direclor. Deparlrnenlal and curriculurn libraries have been combined and localed in new guarlers. The Teacher-in-service program has been expanded and plans are now under way for a new laboralory-denlonslralion school. Ranks of facully and ol graduale sludenls doing research have been increased. Dean Francis F. Powers ' .K e NN.: r-iv AA ,H-.,., ,. ,,'. 1. GGIIEGE GE ENGINEERING LIKE TI-IE REST OF TI-IE CAMPUS, Ihe College of Engineering has rnushroorned since The end of The war. The currenI' enroIImenI' of 2IOO is approx- imaIeIy Iwo-Ihirds Iarger Jrhan in The IasJr pre-war year. Slide-ruIe Ioiers accounlr for aIn1os'r one-EiEIh of all rnaIe sI'udenIs. Occupied since OcIoI:ner is Ihe civiI engineering building con'ipIeIed Iasjr EaII and narned is honor of Charles Church More, professor ernerilrus of sfruc- Iural engineering. Represenring The Eirsi' rnaior addi- Iion Io 'rhe College, Ihe new buiIding conrains Iab- orarories for inslrrucrion and research in roads, soils, concrefe, saniIaI'ion and sIrucIuraI maierials Ieslring, in addirion Io offices and classrooms. A second srruc- Jrure, Eurure home of eIecIricaI engineers, is now weII under way. The I::uiIding is expecred 'ro be ready for occupancy early nexr surnmer. Dean Eclgcll A Loew .4 . 1 4? J .9211 X, ' gpm. . -'SMQIE bf. . , .. 'Wh- al . ,m f .X , ". ri ' 1, N - , ,XX X . 'GS 4 aff 'K uns fp fl fz' ' 'ffflafffi 02 A u .r. o 4 o GHHDUHTE SCHOOL AWARDING ADVANCED DEGREES is one oT The rnosT irnporTanT TuncTions oT The GraduaTe School, which seTs requiren'lenTs Tor n1asTer's and docTor's degrees in various deparTrnenTs and careTully super- vises exan'rinaTions Tor These degrees. EiTTeen hun- dred sTudenTs are regisTered in The GraduaTe School. In addiTion To The program oT graduaTe sTudy, The School includes The G1'aduaTe School oT Librarian- ship, The GraduaTe School oT Social Worl-Q, The Bureau oT TesTing, The Division oT Oceanography, The Public Gpinion LaboraTory and oTher research proiecTs. Dean Edwin R. GuThrie Grace B. Ferguson, Professor Roberi' L. Giiler, Associafe Professor Lloyd G. Humphreys, Associa+e Professor Thomas G. Thompson, Professor Direcfor of Graduafe School of Direc'ror of School of Librarianship Direcior of Division of Tesling Direclor of Oceanographic Labora1'ories Social Work , 3l SCHOOL Ui THEDICIHE DEVELOPMENT OE Tl-lE SCHOGI. OE MEDICINE conTinues rapidly as The TirsT uniTs oT The buildings To house The l-lealTh Sciences are being con'ipleTed. ln This TirsT secTion will be adrninisTraTive areas Tor medicine, denTisTry and nursing, l-lealTh Sciences library, parT OT The clinical laboraTories and sTaTT oTTices. Plans are under way Tor a UniversiTy Teach- ing and Research hospiTal wiTh a capaciTy oT 400 To 500 beds, To be locaTed To The easT oT The presenT sTrucTure on a Torrner parT oT The golf course. Two classes have now been adrniTTed To The School, and TaculTy Tor The TirsT Two years oT insTrucTion is well rounded. New TaculTy rnernbers are now conducTing acTive Teaching and research programs in Their re- specTive Tielcls. Dean Edward L. Turner R. Frederick Becker, Assisfanf Professor James M. Dille, Professor Charles A. Evans, Professor Henry N. Harlnins, Professor Anqfomy Execufive Officer of Pharmacology Execufive Officer of Microbology Execufive Officer of Surgery Sfuql-+ W, Lippi,-ICOHI Professor Earl R. Norris, Professor Leland E. Powers, Professor Theodore C. Ruchl professol. Execufive Officer of Pafhology Execufive Officer of Biochemisfry Execufive Officer of Public HeaI+h Execufive Officer of Physiology ' and Prevenfive Medicine and Biophysics Walfer B. Seelye, Clinical Professor Frederic E. Templefon, Professor Pediafrics Execufive Officer of Radiology 33 SCHUUL UF DEHTISTHU ESTABLISHED MARCH 5, l945, Jrhe School of Denlislry is being organized lo incorporale under- graduale and graduale Jreaching. By Oclober, I949, a four-year program will be in operalion io prepare slrudenls for Jrhe praclice of denlislry conforming To educalional requiremenls of Jrhe Council on Denial Educalion of Jrhe American Denlal Associalion. Slaicl members have been broughl from all paris of lhe counlry. The facully now numbers 25, and 95 sludenls are enrolled in The freshman and sophomore classes. The School hopes +0 occupy Hs new building, now under cons+ruc+ion, in fall, I948. Classes are being held now in various lower campus buildings. Dean Ernesi' M. Jones Q , ,,., . 1 A Q ,1 A , "Y, er?" :a,5,.,., +'faf2::-5iqzEas:Yf5:5::a5:515m will-Q 2:11:3-g:315fq-3551153535545 .V -'gf 3 -:1.:-f1f,:.:a:m2- ' ':"25-1-:aff N --4,1f,'-M-. .1-. f ""' " W il' Q lil ' - ' ' 1399 ' ' .Y 1 L' Q, Y ww p1 '. re3E.:-f'-- 1.,x',:w may 1 . . ,, Q 7 'P v' 4 N 3 V J 51 L 86 f V, A :J . A Q V le: , X Q4 1, 1 , I: , M A ' 42 ' 1 A K v M' , 2 '7 iff x 42' wi MS fy A X wp A 1 X 9 5 XA 3 " 9 A 6 , , X Q V 5 -rv: vs: V' A? ' a Q X ' ? :Sf Q Q1 l 3 Wa . ., Q 5 K - S XO 9 O x X M9 Q 5 5 N 3 , -' .,. .522 'Y in A " 3. - :fi ' ,,,., . 'fmtxf f - Muna- x ' '- ' .:' -3.15 K x 2- , x 0 2 f 2 , .4 ty A 2 QQ , Nz, , 4 , M . 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The Reserve OTTicers Training Corps aT WashingTon has, Tor more Than 50 years, been Training oTTi- cers To join The ranlss aT UniversiTy ROTC graoluaTes who have disTinguishecl Them- selves in Two wars. WiTh emphasis on specializaTion in The more Technical aspecTs oT modern warTare and insTrucTion in all loranches, including The newly acTivaTed Air Force uniT, The corps This year saw ranlss swelling in all loranches, i --fzsfftmvz - vs-I Col. William H. Jones, JI Professor of MiliTary Science and Ta cTics Mai. James D. Donlon, Jr., UniT DirecTor, TransporTaTion 'Corps Mai. Douglas Spawn, UniT DirecTor, Air Force Capf. Jack M. Bryanf, lnsTrucTor, Air Force CapT. Freeman B. Waddell, ' lnsTrucTor, Air Force Mai. George L. D'Amelio UniT DirecTor, QuarTermasTer 1 . .si 40 Mai. BerT H. Baci-isTrom, UniT Dil'ecTor, ArTillery Mai, STanley M. Mix, UniT DirecTor, lnfanTry CapT. HamleT R. CarTer, lnsTrucTor, Field ArTillery CapT. Neely M. Swomley, UniT DirecTor, Signal Corps Capt Frank W. Rhea, UniT DirecTor, Engineers HUTC HCTIVITIES CAPT. JACK BRYANT idenlifies and describes funcfions of P-5l in- sfrumenls +o Cade? Russel Emerson. The aircra'Ff is on loan fo +he Air Force unif for ins+ruc+ional pur- poses. AN NCO INSTRUCTOR super- vises 'lhe praciice firing of a .50- calibre machine gun. lnsfruclion in 'The use of field weapons is par+ of lhe fraining received by infanlry sl'uden+s. Non-Commissioned Officer lnsfruclors Top: MfSg'I'. R. M. Galloway, MIS l. J. A. Mercer, M S 'l'. R. A. Nelson, Mfsgf. H. T. 9 f 9 Gage, MfSg+. L. Fersinger. Middle: Mfsgf. N. H. Griffin, MfSgl'. J. Marlin, Mf5gl'. N. M. Johnson, Mfsgf. F. M. Kowalski, MfSg'I'. G. A. Wallis. BoHorn: TfSg+. M. D. Pufnam, TfSg+. S. W. Powell, TfSg+. W. M. Liddle, T!Sg+. R. A. Sfeph ens, SfSg+. Chrisfopher O'Kelly. ROTC RIFLE TEAM members fire for qualifi- cafion on +he indoor rifle range of 'lhe down- lown armory. The feam, composed of sfudenfs from bolh basic and advanced classes, enfers in shoofing compelifion wilh unifs from oiher schools. I 1. :TN L. ad 'Y X ww Qi fix Q , QR s X ' if ' fi? 3? Charles A. Endahl Presidenf Barnes, O. Benenisi-e, R. M. Buck, D. Callow, G. M. Carroll, D. V. Churchill, J. E. Cleasby, G. Carier, W. R. Clinkenbeard, D. Coughlin, D. A. Crosswaire, H. V. Degler, H. Denne-P, W. O. Dennison, H. C. Haguewood, H. J! Hof'l'o, L. C. Hungafe, R. P. Lockwood, F. E. Mackay, W. G. Mayer, J. McEleny, P. J. McCurcly, R. A. Moore, A. Oles, S. PaH'erson, R. R. Paulson, O. Rielse, R. Smifh, R. P. Paulson, D. F. Smifhey, P. E. Sorenson, A. S1-ephens, D. A. Tang, T. K. UH'ers1'rom,-J. R. Welcome, G. F. Whelpley, H. O. Noi Picfurecl: SCHBBHRD Hllli BLHDE CCMPANY I, FIRST REGIMENT, of The Naiional Socieiy of Scabloard and Blade, is The Washinglron chaprer of The naiional naval and miliiary honorary. Members are selecred on Jrhe basis of scholarship and leadership abiliiy from among srudenrs of mililary and naval science. The naiional sociery is composed of more rhan 40,000 f members, moslr of whom are Army and Navy reserve officers. -1 V '.Z-'ffm' " ' 1 ii riff? ' ' ' f- i f f ,,. V X. ' 'ZZ " ' -in 6 :VA n , A si? ' f I .2 gl za? 24,4 ,. 1-.ARK . . 2 ,. Paks v, R jg , f ,- , 4.4 X ...., .- ' 1 11' 'fe ' 'www' J it ' 55. ,fgj ' X ii' ii'A'f',. fx. 2' ' K l ia 5 I I ff" M , , . . , . .. ff f l 2 f " f H SW, 'L 5? 1 X ' a 9 f., - 45,7 fs N . , . F vs::"ie:...-.....f':wsvs:?...,.f:- ,... l '- .f::-.:.,. .K f J P f 4 3' if 451.9 I 4- ,.,,, my A Z.. -5z,1,1,,.,, ..- -- 1 , 1 'Azz ' .5 'Z f., c fp -- 2 " as -44-fy V. 1- 'iw ' , , y " ' . Vg- fy.: iff y, ' J' nf Wm 4 fi Bi-is+oI, D. R. Wilson. H. S. Brown, R. G. Winge. C- D- Pipe,-I R, Woocl, W. W. Wolen, S. Young- H- 43 f Lp., ln-. , i ff-is...-'H rc.-, .ag K -39 ...awp lil-lE DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL SCIENCE ond Tocfics of fhe Uni- versify, which hos been selecfed os one of fhe porficipofing unifs in fhe Novy's greofly exponclecl officer froining progrorn, fhis yeor revised ond brooclened ifs curriculum in order fo froin fufure officers fo rneef fhe requirernenfs of highly speciolized modern novol worfore. The rniclshipmen froining of fhe Universify uncler fhe l-lollowoy Plon receive insfrucfion in novol science cornporoble fo fhof received by Novol Acodemy froinees, ond, upon groduofion, moy choose ocfive service wifh 'rhe peocefime regulon' Novy. Capf. C. D. Emory Professor of Naval Science Cmdr. C. T. Friffer L+. Cmdr. C. A. Bailey Lf. Cmdr. lra Dye L+. Cmdr. H. E. Hansel' L+. Cmdr. D. C. McNeill Mai. H. T. Milne, U. S. M. C 44 MIDSHIPMEN RELAX aboard The U.S.S. Iowa while on lasl' summer's cruise. The summel' cruise is an annual eveni, conclucled in coniunclion wiih NROTC uni'l's from olher schools, which permils fhe naval science sfudeni fo gain praclical experience in naval mefhods. N CHIEF R. G. PORTER describes siruclure and funclion of sea-mine +0 Midshipmen Sfanley Nanevicz and Duane Peak. The mine is pari' of naval equipmenl' on display al' NROTC headquarfers, which includes ship mock- ups, gear arrangemenis, and models of line vessels. NROTC MIDSHIPMEN brush up on 'lhe fine poinfs of operafing a 2O-mil- limefer ani'i-aircrafi' machine gun. lnsfruclion in advanced gunnery and fire con'h'ol is parl of fhe lraining received by sfudenfs under fhe Hollo- way plan. 45 .i vt i 1 '1 22 ar w if 5 5 51 lnsfrucfors and Assisfanfs Compass and Charf Officers R. G. Porfer, CSKg R. M. McClenehan, CSOMQ Cmdr. H. E. Hansef, adviser, J. R. Zech, iunior rep- H. S. Burum, CFC: E. H. Rcnkerf, COM: l. C. John- resenfafiveg G. E. Hungar, senior represenfafive: J. son. CGM: G. H. Sfone, CBM. F. Covingfon, vice-presidenfg W. Olson, sophomore represenfafiveg W. H. Simpson, presiclenfg W. D. Dewey, freasurer. Noi' Picfuredz B. E. Browning, secrefary. CUIHPHSS HHD CHHHT COMPASS AND CHART, on orgonizofion of sfudenfs of Novol Science of Washingfon, sponsors various social evenfs fhroughouf fhe academic year ond includes wifhin ifs sfrucfure several smaller organ-- izofions which provide sfudenfs wifh on ouflef for special inferesfs. The Radio club, porf of Compass and Chorf, operofes omofeur sfofion W7Dl-lC from fhe Naval Science building,andhc1s esfablished confocf wifh ofher "horn" sfafions oll over fhe world. The rifle ond pisfol fearns porficipofe in Hshoofing mc1i'ches" wifh unifs from ofher universifies, ond have won mony frophies in fhe posf for morhsmonship. Rifle Team Radlo Fronf: R. S. Dick, F. J. Young, D. A. Tarpenning and Richard Wall, Dudley Buck, Teo Morellofo, Duncan R. B. McCoy. Back: P. E. Baunsgard, W. E. Johnson, McCloren and Charles Hunfer. B. Olson, W. C. Dewey and W. R. Wilson. ls... . i..... .... HHVU RING DHHCE 47 THE ANNUAL Compass and Chari Ring Dance was held 'lhis year on May 7 al' 'l'he Sand Poinl' Officers' Club, and was pailerned aH'er +he 'I'radi'l'ional Naval Academy Ring Dance a'l' which Annapolis midship- men presenl' Their daies wi+h iheir class rings. In place of class rings, Washingion naval caclels pre- senled 'lheir clales wii'h a minicrlure anchor insignia while beneaih 'lhe large ring which served as a moiif for The dance. CLHSSES DHUIS HULUUHIB, Editor UJHLLIE FUNK, Hssistant Editor 'ff f LBL4. CJALLAQCA- - PQ' I?" me ' . , K - x -N . .x.- xr" N-K-'.:..-1.:zx:'.v, --frggg . g ang.: ,, A . , QV N is-'W -1:-' wif- " 1' 1?-P X Q. 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U .1 ,A , f W., , , 5...-. fx ' X I... -V5 R+ - 6' ., .... . ...,. . .. . . ,L I .,. -wi SM .. Q di.-aw . ,..:-.X X f" , i15wl92-NUR -- b , , '--- -1 1:1-mf. '- " ' ' '- .' - Q-,.,.,fv-w,nc-'A-:w:eef..-'Q 2-K14P-:re-wh-wlg2fP-"'M'F4-. - " N X X r--.-:Q -1 - W Q.. W -NW -15wQ-..Q.1:- ..:.:::. ' X A--' - From fhe memoirs of a senior . . . Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. Took a long fime fo undersfand profs are people, grade poinfs are numbers .... lnferlucle-fhe war .... Back fo school-fhings sure are differenf-no pokel' game af lunch fime. Beer blasfs have a way of cushioning fhe blow .... Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. Friday nighf mixers, Monday morning blues .... Women are damn good .... Afhlefic admission cards-whaf nexf? Shouldn'f E have asked. Supplemenfary fickefs .... Whaf a game. If : McGovern could have fhrown fhaf block .... So fhey named fhe : Pavilion for him. Leasf fhey could have done-maybe fhe mosf. : A good guy .... Wonder abouf Odell .... Poor Welch. :. Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. : Make mine black-l'll gef a fable .... Whaf Sfudenf Union 2: building? . . . Diminishing refurns? Well, if's fhis way, you fake E . . . Never heard anyfhing againsf him. Huge job-has fo please 2 everybody. Undersfand he's a real docfor. 2 Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. E Ever seen if rain so much in your life? Of course if makes if E easier 'ro sfudy .... You mean Rusfy? Never hurf a soul in his E life. A good guy when you gef fo . . . This place has growing pains. E I remember when-my gosh, musf be g-effing old .... Nexf quar- E fer if's going fo be differenf. E Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. : Some guy said 85 per cenf of us shouldn'f be in college-won- : der whaf I'd have done insfead? . . . Did you see fhaf sign on fhe E Kappas' roof? . . . He's nof so bad. Think he musf be afraid we'll E fake advanfage of him .... Haven'f fhose slide-rule iockeys gof 5 fhis place surveyed yef? . . . Sure he's sfill ringing fhe chimes, E morning, nighf and noon .... E Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. - Abouf fime l gef ouf of fhis place-been fo fhe Penfhouse fhree E fimes fhis year. fEven wenf fo a concerf. Musf be geffing con- : faminafed wifh fhe sfuff .... Whaf was fhaf iingo?-lf's nof 2 because l'm handsome, if's nof because l'm smarf. The old man I said gef ouf, you bum, fhaf's how I gof my sfarf .... Suppose if I couldn'f lasf forever .... Goffa sfarf living somefime .... Bow I Down fo Washingfon . . . hand me fhaf cap and gown. : Cup of coffee here, blue book fhere-No-doze and nose drops. E -DAN McDONOUGH. E ill!IllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE J iz bf-Y Senior Prominenfs on fhe following pages were chosen by Office of Sfudenf Affairs personnel. 5I JAMES EDWARD ABEL Chemistry MacGregor House HARRY H. AKIYAMA Far Easl Pi Alpha MARY E. AMES Physical Educalion P. E. Club MARILYN J. ANDERSON English Chi Omega Tolem Club Panhellenic KEN D. ANTLE Economics Wesley Club SHIRLEY K. ABEL Liieralure Della Gamma ROBERT E. ALGER General Studies Sherwood House Wing 'n Rudder ADO LPH V. ANDERSON Psychology MARY F. ANDERSON Educalion BETTE M. AOKI Far Easl' Phraleres Pi Alpha TOM L. ABLES Pre-Medicine Phi Kappa Psi RALPH A. ALLEN Aeronautical Eng. I. A. S. CATHERINE ANDERSON Journalism Blaine Hall Daily Slaff NORMAN ANDERSON Economics MARY D. ARMITAGE Sociololgy Kappa Alpha Thefa DUANE B. ACHESON Aeronaufical Eng. Adelphi Tau Bela Pi I. A. S. Newman Club RUTH M. ALLINGHAM Speech Alpha Phi Morlar Board W-Key, Tolem Club CECIL W. ANDERSON Economics Phi Kappa Psi PAULINE J. ANDERSON Economics Della Zela Pi Alpha Sigma Daily Business Mgr. BRUCE O. ARMSTRONG Economics Della Chi DU RWOOD Q. ADAMS Economics EVELYN l. ALTIMUS German Synadelphic German Club ELWIN W. ANDERSON Civil Engineering Bela Thefa Pi A. S. C. E. ROBERT G. ANDERSON Economics JAMES D. ARMSTRONG Economics Chi Psi MARIAN ADAMS Music Educafion Mu Phi Epsilon RUTH S. AMBERSON Voice Alpha Chi Omega Della Phi Mu FOSTER R. AN DERSON Economics Zela Psi TOM M. ANDERSON Foreslry Foresl Club THOMAS W. ARMSTRONG Eleclrical Eng. Chi Psi WILLIAM C. ADKISSON Economics Alpha Sigma Phi Bela Alpha Psi Compass 8. Chart Big "w" Club ALBERT A. AMES Elecfrical Eng. Della Tau Della Tau Bela Pi HARVEY E. ANDERSON Aeronaulical Eng I. A. S. Wing 'n Rudder W. JOE ANDERSON Law Sigma Nu Phi Alpha Della GEORGE O. ASCH Mechanical Eng. Thela Xi BARBARA R. AFFLERBACH General Sludies Della Della Delia Morlar Board, Pres. W-Key, Tofem Club ESTHEL WILLIAM AMES Elecfrical Eng. A. I. E. E. KEITH W. ANDERSON Mechanical Eng. Sigma Alpha Epsilo GEORGE P. ANGELEL Pharmacy Am. Pharm. Assoc. HARRY C. ASHENFELTER Economics Alpha Tau Omega 52 I'I L. JOY ASHTON Music Eclucalion Auslin Hall EDWARD J. BAHR Economics Big "W" Club Bela Alpha Psi FREDERICK W. BALLANTINE Malhemalics Sigma Pi EDWARD G. BARNEICH Economics Alpha Tau Omega Scabbard 81 Blade Compass 81 Charl ROBERT E. ASMUSSEN Pharmacy Rho Chi Am. Pharm. Assoc JOSEPH H. BAILEY Foresfry Alpha Tau Omega WINIFRED E. BALSIGER Educalion Mu Phi Epsilon BARBARA A. BARN ETT Zoology Remarkable is lhe slory of Dave Thompson. A German prisoner of war, and 80 pounds shy of his normal weighl' when liberaled, Thompson relurned lo lhe campus. Despile caulioning of physicians, wilhin a year he was caplain of lhe varsily crew, commodore of lhe Varsily Baal club, and an inspira'l'ion lo his rowing males. Personable, quiel' Dave is a Tau Bela Pi-grade poin'I' 3.9-an Oval club man and married. ARTHU R D. ASPAAS Economics Sherwood House WALLACE L. BAILEY English A. S. M. E. WILLIAM R. BANNECKER Hislory Alpha Tau Omeg LILIAN J. BARRETT Mefeorology 5 JAMES V. ATKINS Economics Alpha Tau Omega JEAN H. BAIRD Geography Alpha Phi W-Key WILLIAM R. BANNICK Journalism Phi Gamma Della Spiked Shoe Club MARGUERITE A. BARRETT Home Economics Pi Bela Phi Newman Club ALAN WATT AKTI NSON Philosophy Zela Psi WILLIAM J. BAJUS Economics Sigma Nu DANIEL S. BARASH Chemical Eng. Zefa Bela Tau PATRICIA JEAN BARRETT Speech Alpha Xi Della Panhellenic Zela Phi Ela R. GLEN AXELSON Economics Kappa Sigma Alpha Phi Omega Phi Mu Alpha CARVER L. BAKER Archilecfure Tau Sigma Della CAROL L. BARI NGER Nursing Phraleres JO ANN I. BARRY Music Mu Phi Epsilon W. ROBERT AYER Slalislics Della Tau Della LOUIS V. BAKER Pre-Denlislry Alpha Tau Omega Pre-Denl. Club RICHARD A. BARKER Economics VICTOR H. BARRY, JR. Foresfry Tau Phi Della Forest Club MARY G. BABICH Home Economics Auslin Hall MARJORIE N. BALCH Hislory Kappa Kappa Gamma, Idaho Stray Greek Club GARLAND R. BARLOGI Economics G. DEAN BARTH Pre-Medicine Phi Gamma Della ll ,I z 5 ,.,.f DONALD W. BARTHOLOMEW Chemical Eng. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Lambda Upsilon Tau Bela Pi Board of Conlrol JOYCE AN N BAXTER Bofany WALLACE R. BEARDSLEY Physics Lambda Chi Alpha Canferbury Club GERALD R. BELL Law Delia Upsilon Oval Club Purple Shield Spi ed Shoe Club . P-.. .ig GILBERT C. BARTON Maihemafics MacGregor House FRANK GATES BAYERD Mechanical Eng. Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLARD D. BEATTIE Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. JAMES H. BELOTE General Sfudies Big "W" Club Cerfainly among 'lhe 'lop one per cenl of Washingl'on's 'Feminine oclivify leaders is Sylvia Nilsen, ASUW secrelory, Morlar Board, ad infinilum. The perl' Miss Nilsen broke inlo Washinglon on 'lhe run, and offer four years of hurdling from one accomplishmenl and honor 'lo fhe nexl, will garher up her degree as a personnel maior 'l'his spring. A rare sluclenl' flower, she has managed grades, ac'l'ivi'l'ies and a hefly social calendar, none al' apporenl ieoporcly of 'lhe ofhers. RUTH R. CHARLOTTE L. MRS. PHYLLIS ROBERT H. BATES BATTAGLIA BAUER BAUGH Radio Sociology Political Science Civil Engineering Delia Zefa Bela Thefa Pi Della Mu Tau Bela Pi A. S. C. E. M. PENELOPE WILLARD E. JAMES W. BEVERLY A. BAYLIS BAYLIS, JR. BAYLlSS BAYLOR Far Easi General Siudies Zoology Music McKee Hall A. S. C. E. Kappa Delfa Pi Alpha Canlerbury Club Russian Club BETTY J. LAWRENCE D. THEODORE R. BETTY A. BECK BECK BECK BECKER Aff ECOHOI'I1iCS Chemical Eng. Nursing Della Delia Della Phi Kappa Tau Phi Lambda Upsilon Alpha Tau Delta IFC Tau Bela Pi Harborview Hall Newman Club Ammonii Socii WILLIAM M. LLOYD H. PATRICIA M. LEONARD H. BELOTE BELZ BENDSHADLER BENFELL, JR. General Sludies Mechanical Eng. Arf Economics Big "W" Club MacGregor Hou A. S. M. E. SE Kappa Kappa Gamma Deserel Club T BARBARA D. BAXTER English Alpha Xi Della HELEN M. BEACH En lish Delila Gamma Panhellenic MARGARET L. BECKER Nursing Harborview Hall CARL M. BENGTSON Journalism Alpha Della Sigma JOH N C. BAXTER Economics Sigma Nu JUNE W. BEARD Music Alpha Omicron Mu Phi Epsilon MORRIS J. BECKMEYER Economics Luther Club ARTHUR F. BENSON Economics Della Upsilon P 1 1 I I l 1 1 I - 1- x..,,f1'i4 52X .. ,J ofa. ' N. K If -',:fg5,.4 "-1 X . '- W, QJQW Q ,.,4,f all Ya' an 1 .: ,f a vf. f fs- eff' .fb , ., .fwwff ..., .g W 6? Ve. ,QS -.Q 'QQ 2' 5 1, A 3 4 3? , - 4 A ' 3 A 'w X of , 2 ' 5 4 'P f. M ,ff f rx f ,g 9 5 xy e Am' Q Q lx X , 'f yr! X N za , ' 52- -, -WV. .' 4:2-: E55 . mv , f - -"" if Alf L-,x:Q,, If ,MQ W X id l 1 V ' B X 9 ,. -YZ W' , ' is 1 I f ,QV fo f 'Wy .vw ax' . 4 61 is X i I 'S 3 I ,, V ,I 4 ,W ,. f-Lr,,:,. , af. . my yy -, Af , K - 5 . 41,3 , - ,- - Y V. 33 5? f ?, 1 '32 ..,..,. 9 -lf ,ggi -'+1.?,,.. 9 A ,V ig? s 7 4 f I' , yi Il Y 1 5 If f , 1 A? v 3 Z , 3 Vs X 9 X .. , -.,v M-4' LOIS E. BLOOM ER Nursing Harborview Hall Phraleres F. JOSEPHINE BOLTON Nursing ALLEN A. BOWDEN Economics Alpha Tau Omeg EARL R. BRENNER Economics Phi Kappa Sigma CALVIN M. BROCKMAN Economics Alpha Tau Omeg 5 6 ROBERT P. BOCEK Civil Engineering PAUL F, BONNELL Law Bela Thela Pi JOHN H. BOWERMAN Psychology Chi Phi ARCHIE G. BRESLIN Economics CAROL F. BROOKHYSER Personnel Mgmf. Alpha Gamma D elfa NORMA JEAN BODE Home Economics Phraleres Home Ec. Club WILLIAM L. BONNELL, JR. Forestry Tau Phi Della IFC LINDABEL BOWMAN General Sludies Alpha Xi Della MARY JANE B. BRESSLER Speech Alpha Chi Omega THOMAS C. BROOKS Economics MARY L. BODEEN Sociology Y. W. C. A. ROBERT J. BONNER Civil Engineering Bela Thela Pi A. S. C. E. DONALD B. BOYCE Chemical Eng. ROBERT E. BRETT Economics Phi Gamma Della Lighlweighl Crew CARIN S. BROWN Scandinavian Sludies Della Zela PHILIP R. BOGUE Economics Chi Psi Bela Gamma Sigma Bela Alpha Psi Oval Club PHILLIP T. BORCHGREVINK Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Kappa Psi Varsify Boal' Club EILEEN E. BOYCE Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma Am. Pharm. Assoc. DONALD G. BREWER Music CHARLES K. BROWN Zoology Alpha Epsilon Della ANITA N. BOHL Nursing Chi Omega KEN NETH L. BOROUGH Psychology JAMES E. BOYLE, JR. Mineral Eng. Tau Kappa Epsilon ROBERT W. BRISSENDEN Sociology PAUL F. BROWN Mechanical Eng. BARBARA J. BOHON Economics JU N E BOSS Home Economics Omicron N u Sororia SHIRLEY E. BRAZEL Educalion Leary Hall IHC RICHARD A. BRIZEE General Sludies Della Upsilon STUART C. BROWN Aeronautical Eng. Alpha Tau Omega Tau Bela Pi Zeta Mu Tau I. A. S. RICHARD BOLDING Geology Sigma Alpha Epsilon ASUW Publicalions Comm. BETTY G. BOVEE Arr Pi Bela Phi Lambda Rho MARTIN BREDVIK Elecfrical Eng. ELIZABETH J. BROCKMAN General Sludies Alpha Xi Della Zela Phi Ela WESLEY W. BROWN Economics Phi Kappa Sigma Alpha Kappa Psi Bela Gamma Sigma E 84 B Council WILLIAM D. BROWN Economics Alpha Kappa Psi Beia Alpha Psi DONALD F. BUNNETT Economics JACK R. BURTON Maihemafics CAROLYN L. BYRON Home Economics Phi Mu SHIRLEY T. BROWNE Microbiology Ausiin Hall PAUL F. BURKE ' Elecfrical Eng. Phi Kappa Tau LUCILE V. BU RTON Nursing Harborview Hall WILLIAM F. CALDERHEAD Economics Phi Delia Theia Wi+h a Clark hall smile and a glad hand for all, BMOC Wallie Funk has sailed 'Ihrough Washingfon occupying many of ils lop posilions. Heading siudeni proiecls is old siuff io Ihe presidenl' of lhe senior class and Malamuies and ihe chairman of lhe I946 Sophomore Carnival and lhe l945 Campus Chesi. He is on Ihe rolls of Fir Tree, Oval club, Sigma Della Chi and Purple Shield, and will be remembered as las+ year's Columns edilor. MARILYN PAULINE J. DUDLEY A. PARKER J. BRUCE BRUE BUCK BUCK Sociology Ari Educaiion Elecirical Eng. Economics Phraleres Alpha Xi Delta Scabbard 81 Blade Phi Delia Theta Toiem Club Lambda Rho Big "W"Club YWCA YWCA VIRGINIA M. EDNA M. GERALDINE E. FRANK W. BURKE BURKETT BURNHAM BURNS English General Studies General Siudies Mechanical Eng. Gamma Phi Beia Phi Mu Alpha Delia Pi A. S. M. E. Lambda Rho Canierbury Club Sigma Epsilon Sigma HELEN L. R. PETER DONALD O. THOMAS L. BUSCHMANN BUSH BUSHMAN BUSHNELL Music Journalism Economics Ari Delia Gamma Zeia Psi Chi Psi Delia Phi Mu Sigma Delia Chi Mu Phi Epsilon JAY R. JAMES G. AMELIA M. CHARME CALHOUN CAMERON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL Hisfor Archifeclure Sociology Far Easi Y Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Zeia Tau Sigma Della Alelier Alpha Omicron Pi ROSELYN C. BUCK Ari' Zeia Tau Alpha JOHN A. BURRISS, JR. Chemisiry Delia Tau Della ROBERT S. BUTLER Mechanical Eng. Alpha Delia Phi JAMES P. CAMPBELL Physics F. JEANNE BUDDE Creaiive Wriiing Alpha Phi Toiem Club YWCA KENNETH G. BURROWS Economics Alpha Sigma Phi Oval Club Big "W" Club DOLLY BYINGTON Merchandising Delia Della Delia JOAN CAMPBELL Educaiion Alpha Phi AWS Presidenl Board of Conirol Morfar Board I.i. J. Proving lhal' The Daily and Clark hall aclivilies can mix, Gloria Cuva shoulder-ed AWS responsibililies and was a council member. Due recog- nilion 'For her good work has come in lhe 'Form of membership in Morlar Board, Tolem club and Thela Sigma Phi, nalional women's iournalism honorary. As a "JJ," Gloria rapped oul' her copy wilh lhe besl and did special work on The Daily her senior year. , .X RD B. BOYCE D. ELL CANNON ics Aeronaulical Eng. pa Psi Sigma Chi " Club L. WILLIAM H. DN CARLYON I Science Chemical Eng. -Iall Phi Gamma Della : Sigma .AS A. JEAN M. sw: on oclo ogy l Phi Mu Panhellenic fN L. JOHN A. CAVERS Educalion u Alpha Phi Kappa Tau znlc Newman Club EDWARD F. BARBARA J. CLAY R. F. JUNE CARLBERG CARLETON CARLOCK CARLSEN Mechanical Eng. Far East Economics Psychology Bela Thela Pi Sigma Kappa Bela Alpha Psi Alpha Chi Omega A. S. M. E. Pi Alpha Lighfweighl Crew BARBARA J. JOHN J. CLIFFORD W. MARGARET J. CARMODY CARMODY CARPENTER CARPENTER Nursing English Mechanical Eng. Educafion Alpha Chi Omega Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Delia Pi Alpha Tau Della MYRON L. DAWSON V. WESLEY R. CLARENCE A. CARR CARROLL CARTER CASE Foreslry General Sfudies Eleclrical Eng. Economics Thela Xi Della Tau Della ALICE JEAN FRANK P. HARRY J. BRYCE CAYWOOD CECH CHAFFEE CHAMBERS Nursing Pre-Medicine Physical Educalion Chemical Eng. Harborview Hall Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Sigma Wesley Club DONALD E. CARLSON Economics WILLIAM R. CARPENTER Geography Chi Phi EVELYN ANN CASE Journalism Kappa Kappa Gamma Morfar Board Panhellenic Totem Club PHYLLIS J. CHAMBERS English EARL R. CARLSON Psychology Adelphi Psi C i Wesley Club BETTY L. CARR N ursing Harborview Hall GLORIA CAVA Journalism Thela Sigma Phi Tofem Club Morlar Board MABEL JADE CHANG Polifical Science Tolem Club i , .. x A I V ..s:Ef,.'M.,,,,, , ' " , f Iwi' Q, ' ., 5' f. . fifwly. " ' 3"' - ff:'1-L.-,J .zeirf P2 1 '-- ,, V ""' I 1 ' 7 ' I ..,. h ' ,. 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Y ,iw f 5 A P2 f y ' f S 9 A gf 'az A af 66 55, f 9 - 5 -1 va.- ,. 4..f wp.,Sw.QQ .K ,. , :.:.::5::1:.5 . Q- , 2 ' X ff? - Q, f gf 1' W, A-. My . . . ..... ,, , 4m,,5.:.:3.,,15..,. , 1: a . M , -fwwzyfr' - M .vs , I ., - .4 mv ks ,, 25. 's'-1 f u' me 4,--v., . if . .f-1-ei. fn , ,J K - ., ' ' ..52512':a 'Qi' S? , . K. l f Q f ff ,1.:f.. 122: X mz. M ,.. f 4 f 9 r 1 f QR f F ' f f my , x A f 4 5 we ,, . .ray 1 1 f,,Wx M ". , qv-.-4 , , ,-'- ,- f , ff 1 -W 1 f 4, f 4 Rx f V , WARREN B. COLLINS Law Zefa Psi JOSEPH T. COOPER Economics Varsily Hall THEODORE A. CORNING Economics Thela Xi ELIZABETH JEAN COWELL Sociology Sigma Epsilon Sigma Promenaders Newman Club SHIRLEY ANN CRAGG Speech Alpha Chi Omega Zela Phi Ela - H f'.f.'- - V , THOMAS F. COMICK General Sludies Newman Club NROTC Radio Club RANDALL A. COOPER Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon POLLY CORNU English Kappa Alpha Theta BARBARA M. COWLEY Home Economics Pi Bela Phi FRED A. CRAGGS Archileclure Phi Sigma Kappa Tau Sigma Della Afelier SARA JEANNE CON LEY Lafin American Sludies Alpha Xi Della ROBERT L. COOPER Physics H. PATRICIA COSTELLO Economics Phi Mu Newman Club HERSCHEL A. COX, JR. Zoology Phi Della Thefa HELENE V. CRANE Polifical Science Alpha Gamma Della Panhellenic DOROTHY A. CONNER English Della Delia Delia EUGENE E. CORBALLY Economics Sigma Chi Alpha Kappa Psi THOMAS J. COSTELLO, JR. Fisheries Sigma Alpha Epsilon JAM ES W. COX Geography BETTY J. CRAWFORD Geography Phraferes JOHN E. CONN ER Economics Kappa Sigma DOROTHY CORBETT Psychology LEO D. COUCH Mafhemafics Alpha Della Phi NROTC JOYCE REEHLING COX Home Economics N. CRAIG CRAWFORD Polilical Science Zefa Psi ROBERT E. CONNER Economics Baia Thela Pi JOHN D. CORBETT Chemisfry Delia Tau Della WILLIAM K. COULTER Forestry Foresl' Club KENN EDY B. COX Eleclrical Eng. CHARLES O. CRESSEY Sociology Alpha Kappa Della CHARLES E. COOK General Sludies Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Mu Alpha SHIRLEY A. CORBITT General Sludies Alpha Phi RAY F. COURTWAY Economics' LYNN C. COX Hisfory Psi Upsilon JOSEPH C. CREVELING Ar+s and Sciences Phi Della Thela JANIS A. COOPER General Siudies Sigma Kappa Panhellenic PAULINE W. CORDELL CNOT PICTUREDI Far Easl' Pi Alpha Sigma Epsilon Sigma Russian Club ROBERT THOMAS COWAN Chemisfry SHIRLEY M. COX Sociology FOSTER S. CRONYN Polilical Science 60 CAROL A. CROSBY General Studies Delta Gamma Mortar Board Totem Club JOHN M. DARNELL, JR. Economics Phi Delta Theta BOB C. DAY Economics Alpha Sigma Phi P. SUMNER DENNON Pre-Medicine Alpha Tau Omeg 6 ALBERT H. CROSETTI Sociology CHARLES P. DARNTON Economics Beta Theta Pi EDWIN J. DAY, JR. Pharmacy Zela Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc. ERIC B. DENTON Chemical Eng. MacGregor House Finance E. Budget Com. Almosl a basketball trade name at Washington, big .luck Nichols concludes his brilliant coIIegia+e hoop career this year. A member of the "civvie" Huskies in I943, Nichols achieved Northern Division recognition. Later, at USC, Jack was nominated to the all-Southern Division five. Returning Io Washington, "Nick" became all-ND once again, hung up a new individual scoring record in the Husky camp, and this season as captain of the McLarneymen, bids fair 'Io surpass his previous per- Formances. ROBIN G. CROUCH English RICHARD M. DASCH Zoology WILDS P. DEAVER Advertising Theta Chi BENSON T. De STE. CROIX Economics ROBERT S. CURRIE Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Eng. Council RICHARD D. DAVENNY General Studies Wesley Club BETTY G. DeBUSK Arts and Sciences IVAN H. DETHMAN Forestry Forest Club LOIS M. CUSTER Advertising Phrateres Pi Alpha Sigma PATRICIA JEAN DAVIE Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta KENNETH W. DECKER Mechanical Eng. Chi Psi A. S. M. E. JAMES F. DICKSON Economics Sigma Alpha Eps Alpha Kappa Psi ilon JOHN A. DAHL History MARGUERITE L. DAVIS Journalism Leary Hall Pi Alpha Sigma NORMA L. DeLONG General Studies Kappa Kappa Ga MARTIN DICKSON Far East Pi Alpha TTIITIB MAURICE E. DANCE Economics WILLIAM W. DAVIS Electrical Eng. WILLIAM O. DENNEY Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon ROLAND P. DIDDAMS Economics Beta Gamma Sigm 6 SHIRLEY DANNER English Delta Delta Delta BEVERLY A. DAY General Studies Kappa Delta Lambda Rho DOROTHY A. DENNIS English Delta Gamma MARTIN J. DIETZ Architecture RICHARD A. DILLARD Economics JOHN D. DONN ER Physics Cascade Hall RALPH N. DOVE Speech Speech Associalion KATHERINE R. DRYNAN Home Economics Roger Williams Club MURRAY W. DILLER Mechanical Eng. Delia Chi A. S. M. E. ROBERT B. DOOTSON Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon JANET E. DOW English Kappa Alpha Thela LILLIAN D. DU BSON Sociology Hillel Found ation Alfhough her gc'Iivi'ly lisl' 'is long, noihing oulranlns Ruth AIIingham's e'Ffor+s os chairman of Ihe l948 Tolo dance. SecreI'ory of AWS, member of Morlor Board and Tolem club, Ruih has performed du'li'Fully wilh Compus Ches'I, Sophomore Carnival ond class dance commillees. Rulh is onolher who has gone righl down Ihe lis'I' of campus honorories. EDWARD E. EDITH JANICE N. DARREL E. DILTZ DI RE' DIRLAM DITTY Pharmacy Sociology Nursing Economics Zeia Psi Harborview Hall Am. Pharm. Assoc. JACK S. ROBERTA J. PATRICIA R. LEONARD L. DORAN DORWAY DORWIN DOTSON Economics Nursing Educalion Geography Personnel Mgmf. Harborview Hall Ausfin Hall Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Tau Delia JANET L. EDNA S. MARGARET ANN ROBERT L. DOWD DOWKE DOWNIE DREBLOW General Sfudies Far Easi Drama Educalion Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Phi Alpha Phi Toiem Club Wesley Club Phi Mu Gamma Morfar Board PAUL H. LLOYD B. NANCY M. GLENN D. DUFF DUGGAN DUGGER DUGGINS Economics Economics Cher-nisfry Economics Sigma Epsilon Sigma JACQUELINE A. DOBSON General Sfudies Kappa Della AWS Council Tolem Club Senior Class Treas. JEAN L. DOUGHERTY Zoology Thefa Upsilon Phi Chi Della Orchesis EDWIN H. DREYER Accounfing WILLIAM MARR DUNCAN Ari Tau Kappa Epsilon Grapha Techna Canadian Club GLORIA M. DONLEY Geography STUART G. DOUGLAS Economics Phi Delta Theia RUTH DRUXMAN English Alpha Epsilon Phi HARRY A. DUNLOP Chemical Eng. Phi Kappa Sigma Tau Befa Pi Sigma Xi Phi Lambda Upsilon l. l ,zxqx ,hx .4 : o 'A -1 Zwma A a . ,K Q A MW? , I Q , ' f f f 9 3, 5 Qi ., , , 3 ,J ,Vi g 576 " K N 1 , fb f 4 696 gg f i 6 ' - f"n,'A- ' ' , in ' 1 X ,ff-Q rf ff- ' f 1 , W, .I ...1 9 1- , -M.. , 4' h ez, ,M I ,K , . .. C 'Q ffl N, f 1 Q 'fm-1 vox , f 0 x 1 4 f J A A 2 A g 5 5. 1 I j' .44 , Age ".-,q: iii ,K fy . 2 1 ' 5,:cy4N 4-1 2.-nk , K 1 -,..1f.-J:2:' - ,V . ,, ?.?,.::m..f5p,:fZE:: :EQ t V 15.435151 is , ya X-L " Q' ' ,. ,..., - V M "" '- , 'H " 'EHS-'EQ: 5242 ,::::f '-2-mfbvyhi ' . ' W. iff " f - 'S ii , N -.1vrr4q,,,76 ,.,. E ,.., ,4 W Fi- xf J X 5 7 ' l e:-.331 1 , ..': . ., ' ' '1:gf" :E-if: . W. Q.. - Y. ' wwf DANIEL J. EVANS Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. IRJA KNUTE FEEK Nursing FHYLLIS L. FLANDERS English Alpha Delia Pi JOHN L. FOGLE Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon RENE N. FOSS Elecfrical Eng. Tau Bela Pi ARTHUR H. EVERY Chemical Eng. A. I. C. E. JACK B. FEEN EY Foreslry ALVIN H. FLEETWOOD Economics Tau Kappa Epsilon IFC HARRY A. FOLLMAN Economics Toasimasfers AILEEN A. FOSTER Music Della Zefa Mu Phi Epsilon Tofem Club W-Key ROBERTA C. EXLEY German Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Efa Chi EDWARD L. FELDMAN Economics Sigma Alpha Mu Bela Alpha Psi E. 81 B. Council KATHRYN J. FLEETWOOD Speech Della Delia Delfa JAY C. FOLLRICH Economics Big "W" Club FORREST D. FOSTER Zoology MacGregor House Pre-Med Club KEITH M. FARBER Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon DAVID B. FENTON Eleclrical Eng. Acacia MAIDA O. FLEISCHER Physical Educaiion Phraferes P. E. Club WALTER FONTAINE Economics FRANK M. FOTO Foreslry Sherwood House Foresf Club MARYE M. FARMER French Alpha Gamma Della DAVID H. FEY Archileclure Tau Sigma Delia ROBERT H. FLETCHER Hisfory RAYMOND F. FOOTE Music Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ABIGAIL A. FOURNIER Home Economics Alpha Della Pi Omicron Nu ROBERT L. FARMER Aeronaufical Eng. Chi Psi I. A. S. ELEANOR R. JAM POLE FINE Nursing Harborview Hall RICHARD C. FLICKINGER Chemical Eng. WILLIAM E. FORLAND Elecfrical Eng. ROBERT R. FOWLER Economics Kappa Sigma EDSEL S. FARRIS Aeronaulical Eng. I. A. S. Roger Williams Club ROBERT L. FINLAY Economics MARY LOU FLIEDER Sociology Sigma Kappa CAROL M. FORSMARK Economics Della Zeia CLAIRE J. FOX English Kappa Sigma LEE FASSETT Economics CATHERINE C. FISHER Geography Pi Bela Phi JOHN A. FLOWER Music Phi Kappa Psi BARBARA FORSYTH General Sfudies Della Delia Della PRISCILLA D. FOX Sociology Zefa Tau Alpha AWS Cabinef Tofem Club 64 WALTER R. FOX English NAYNA LEE FREDERICK General Sludies Sigma Kappa Tolem Club AWS Concerls Chrm. Panhellenic DAVID FRY Mechanical Eng. Bela Thela Pi A. S. M. E. NANCY Y. GALLAGHER Polilical Science Kappa Kappa Gamma ROY A. FRAKES Economics NORMAN E. FREESE Hislory Phi Sigma Kappa HOM ER FU LTS Economics Phi Kappa Psi Roger Williams C CLAIRE L. GAMBLE Far Easl lub Kappa Alpha Thela Eclilor ol The Daily from Seplember lhrough February ol his senior year, .lim Stuart was lhe largel' ol many verbal pol shols as a resull ol his "gel lough" policy which reslored The DaiIy's slalure as a news organ. Ol slrong conviclion and quiel efficiency, Sluarl was nol bulldozed by lradilion or enlrealy. He was voled lhe lop iournalism award as a lribule by Daily Shock compalriols who swore by his laclics and sound iudgmenl. LORRAINE C. RICHARD N. JOHN W. CARROLL E. FRANCE FRANCK FRANCKE FRANK Home Economics Finance Business Mgml. Eleclrical Eng. Alpha Xi Della Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Della Phi Tau Bela Pi Mgrl. Council Sigma Xi WILLIAM B. WILLIAM R. ALBERT O. CELIA IRENE FRENCH FRENCH FRETWELL FRIBORG Economics Mechanical Eng. Business Mgml. Psychology Varsily Hall Della Upsilon Phi Kappa Tau Psi Chi Alpha Phi Omega Big "W" Club German Club M. O. H. C. YWCA Pan Xenia WALLIE V. EDWARD W. ARTHUR M. MILDRED E. FUNK FUNSINN FURNIA, JR. FYFE Journalism Economics Economics Geography Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega Tau Kappa Epsilon Zela Tau Alpha Fir Tree Phi Chi Della Oval Club H. W. S. C. Purple Shield DONALD M. EUGENE N. MARGARET S. DON E. GAMMELL GANDY GARDNER GARRETT Chemical Eng. Economics Home Economics Eleclrical Eng. Ammonii Socii Thela Chi Auslin Hall BARBARA J. FRANKLIN Lileralure Gamma Phi Bela ELIZABETH A. FRIED Sociology Kappa Kappa Ga VESTA B. GAILEY English Phi Mu EARL J. GARRISON Economics l'T'II'I'l6 DOROTHY FRANZEL Educalion Alpha Xi Della Parnassus NANCY A. FRIEDRICH Home Economics McKee Hall Home Ec. Club Canlerbury Club C. R. C. ROBERT R. GALE General Sludies MARY JANE GARVIN Polilical Science Gamma Phi Bela 1::,., .1 GLORIA L. GASTON Sociology Delta Sigma Theta Phrateres Totem Club YWCA WALTER D. GILBERT Chemical Eng. Ammonii Socii CAROLYN L. GOFF General Studies Kappa Kappa Gamma W-Key Totem Club ROBERT WILLIAM GOODFELLOW Economics Alpha Kappa Psi HAROLD L. GANGNATH Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. MERLIN R. GILBERTSON Economics Delta Chi Big "W" Club Purple Shield Fir Tree JAMES W. GOHEEN Chemical Eng. Ammonii Socii BARBARA L. GOODMAN General Studies Good-natured efficiency expert Barbara Afflerbach has won laurels in AWS endeavor. Member ot AWS council, AWS cabinet, Totem club and W-Key, Barbara received the top ottice of the top honoral'y when elected president ot Mortar Board. As secretary of I947 Homecoming festivities she handled more paper work than a Washington administra'l'or, but dispensed with her undertakings magna cum laude. HERMAN J. ANGUS J. FRANCIS A. JACKIE J. GERSTMANN GEYER GEYER GIBBS Chemistry English Economics General Studies Cascade Hall Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Delta German Club Varsity Crew Women's Rally Comm. BONNIE M. JANIS I. RICHARD L. SALLY J. GILLELAND GILLIAM GILLINGS GILROY Nursing General Studies Zoology Speech Harborview Hall McKee Hall Caduceans Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Tau Delta JEANETTE R. JOHN H. ESTHER E. CYNTHIA A. GOLD GOLDIE GOLOMBECK GONYEA Psychology Electrical Eng. General Studies English Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Chi Phi Sigma Sigma Delta Gamma Panhellenic Phi Beta Kappa Tau Beta Pi Sigma Xi GLENN L. LYLE J. JAMES L. HUGH GOODSON GORDON GORMLEY GOSSMAN Accounting Chemical En Economics Pharmacy , Phi Kappa Sigma IFC Treasurer . 3: Ammonia Socu Beta Alpha Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc. PAUL C. GIBBS Economics Sigma Chi AMS Bd. of Directors LAWRENCE A. GIOVI Economics Phi Sigma Kappa Beta Alpha Psi WILLIAM N. GONZALEZ Economics Pan Xenia BERLE A. GRAHAM Economics Phi Gamma Delta JACK D. GILBERG Physical Education hgaenbda Chi Alpha SYBIL A. GOELTZ Economics Zeta Tau Alpha PATRICK L. GOODFELLOW Economics Phi Delta Theta FLOYD A. GRAHAM Marketing Cascade Hall 3-I - I I 1 -1 4 i , - n in 1 l I l l l 1 if s ,. . , ' N ,,,'f'f0-. 'viii-Qv 644.1 - .V ,V kwa' AH ' ,,,,1-5 x,',y ., V . -4,wg,A ff ' .k' K.. . "1 . V, :'-M' ::1v:':'ff5w5,,-w g-'f- V, , -- 1.-1.,:,. ' ' i ,ar L. 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V ,.,,-Q..X-.::,:3.--M -W-.r 55.-.:F:e.s-:1:,.::f':- -- -:gV52:g- If-Q., ,g 2- Qgxv , N , ,,., ,.,. ff X ., A 4 as is '59-1:.:.::-'s-1:-:gg 0 , ,H MN ROBERT C. HARRISON Psychology LOWELL J. HATLEY Economics Phi Sigma Kappa SHIRLEE A. HAWES General Studies Kappa Alpha Theta RICHARD W. HAYWARD Political Science MARGARET A. HART Home Economics Sigma Kappa BONNIE R. HAUGER Economics Gamma Phi Beta WELKOS O. HAWN Economics Phi Kappa Psi IFC FREDERICK G. HAZELTINE Basic Med. Science Phi Kappa Sigma Alpha Kappa Kappa Another veteran Husky hoopster is Bill Taylor, playing out his last year ot eligibility 'for the Purple and Gold. Not only has Bill crowned himself with lou:-els in the department of basketball, but he is an ace hun-ler on the Husky diamond. Taylor is an all-Northern Division man, and one ot the cagers with a wife and small daughter to cheer from the sidelines. Bill also has served a two-year term as secretary of Fir Tree, top senior honorary. MARJORIE E. HART Zoology Austin Hall PAUL HAUGLAND Political Science Delta Upsilon KENNETHIA V. HAYLETTE Economics Zeta Mu Alpha Propeller Club QU l NTON R. HEAVEN ER Economics ELIZABETH H. HARTMAYER Music Alpha Delta Pi DOROTHY R. HAUPT Political Science Phrateres Phi Chi Delta Pilgrim Club MARJORIE HAYNER Botany Wesley Club BARBARA A. HEBERT Education McKee Hall ELEANORE L. HARTVEDT Nursing Harbcrview Hall Alpha Tau Delta Nursing Club JACK D. HAVENS Electrical Eng. WARREN N. HAYNER Forestry Tau Phi Delta Forestry Club EDWARD R. HEBERT Economics Chelan Hall VIRGINIA L. HARVEY Economics Delta Delta Delta SHARANE J. HAVLINA Education Gamma Phi Beta Lambda Rho HAROLD W. HAYNES Economics Alpha Sigma Phi Beta Alpha Psi RICHARD L. HEDEEN Economics Alpha Tau Omega NASUO HASHIGUCHI Far East Fencing DONALD J. HAWES Mechanical Eng. Sigma Nu ALICE S. HAYS Arts 81 Sciences Phi Mu Gamma BARBARA C. HEFLIN Spanish Kappa Alpha Th eta ARNOLD F. HASPERT Pharmacy Newman Club EDWARD M. HAWES Economics Beta Theta Pi GAIL B. HAYS Pharmacy Kappa Psi - FREDERICK A. HEGG Economics Tau Kappa Eps ilon ? Z . 2 ERT D. JE nical Eng. lonil Socii Ch. E. ABETH C. RIOT 'sh za Alpha Thela N D. CS Aedicine I Tau Della le Shield I E. 'GE :logy wa Della v ' -::': 1 GERALDINE M. HEISER Economics Alpha Xi Della JANE K. HENSEL Arls and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Della Phi HELENE M. HIEB Economics Alpha Omicron Pi Della Phi Alpha Silver Fishes German Club SHIRLEY J. HOFF Sculplure Auslin Hall Marilyn Hieber, Tolem club, Morlar Board, and more, has worked bolh 'fore and all lhe scenes as an AWS-ASUW aclivily woman. As a member of lhe ASUW Eleclions and Legal lnlerprelalions commillee, Marilyn has been confronled wilh lhe enlanglemenls of more lhan one campus polilicog as vice-presidenl of AWS she's direcled lhe "cul-ups" of young BWOC hopefuls. FRANCIS X. GEORGE L. PATRICIA J. WILLIAM A. HEISTUMAN HELGESON HELLENTHAL HELSELL Foreslry Chemical Eng. Lalin American- Law Sigma Chi A. I. Ch. E. Sludies Bela Thela Pi Ammonii Socii Zela Tau Alpha Newman Club Lalin American Club BARBARA ANN ROBERT R. JAMES S. MARSDON E. HEPPENSTALL HEPPENSTALL HERMANSON HESLA Lileralure Economics Sociolog Economics Alpha Phi Alpha Della Phi Lufher Cilub MARILYN J. RUTH A. JOHN R. GEORGE R. HIEBER HILLMAN HILTNER HINSHAW Sociology General Sludies Chemislry Pharmacy Chi Omega Economics Pilgrim Club Am. Pharm. Assoc. Morlar Board Gamma Phi Bela AWS Vice-Presidenl Women's Rally Comm. DORIS C. ROBERT S. LELAND A. JAMES L. HOFFMAN HOGG HOLDREN HOLLAND Microbiology Chemical Eng. Economics General Sfudies f' Auslin Hall Graylock Hail Tau Bela Pi Phi Lambda Upsilon Ammonii Socii Phi Kappa Tau Alpha Della Phi JEAN M. H EN DERSON Foreign Trade THOMAS P. HETZLER Physics Alpha Tau Omega JOHN W. HITE Economics U Toaslmaslers KATHLEEN HOLLAND Educalion Sigma Kappa NORMA G. HENDERSON Chemislry Phi Mu GENE G. HICKOK Economics Phi Gamma Della JUNE S. HIXSON Arf Zela Phi Ela BETTY ANN HOLLOMAN General Sludies Alpha Chi Omega if . f f '23 KY' "N v l fv 3 57 , 1 Q K f 3242, 9 9 X V 1 1 X f 5 V 'QV 1 . V21 44, ,f .1-A. -Y' f .4gp,:,'- ,. ' f "?5??E'f'aw dmv gf my V , ifflix fr , if we 5 ff V -tZy:'j75,fg9 :-:,:-.5,g:Qq4 1 , 'V' 111:51 Qs- . 9 ' , 5' ' 1' ,V y' f Q4 Mg 1,-g, V, , 1 -'ii' 6 9-4f K QQ 'V J 'YZ- Q X " 0 .f fx fs W 6 1 f, 2- Q' 1 Q 4 X if X: 15 g 7 ,W W- N wh 7 1 ? .:g1:,.:2xlf . ,m,1 ' ,gf if TVX. ' 'pi' MJ ff MARION HUGHES Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theia JERRY M. HUNTER Economics Della Chi GERALDINE HYDE English Canlerbury Club BRUCE ITTNER English Tau Bela Pi AILEEN M. JANGARD Sociology Alpha Xi Delia Tolem Club Women's Rally Com. YWCA Vice-Presidenl RICHARD N. HUGHES Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. DARBY W. HU NTI NGTON English MARY L. ILDSTAD Journalism Sororia Pi Alpha Sigma BORIS B. IVANOFF Mining Eng. EMILY L. J ENKINS Socioloqy Ausfin Hall PATRICIA A. HUGHMANICK Ari Alpha Phi Lambda Rho PAUL V. HURD, JR. Physical Education Big "W" Club Educalion Club ELIZABEH K. S. ING Far Easi' Synadelphic Pi Alpha THORA B. IVES General Sludies Leary Hall HELEN L. JENKINS General Sludies Alpha Xi Delia HAROLD R. HULBERT Economics Baker Hall JOHN J. HURT Economics JOAN D. INGRAM Nursing Harborview Hall SALLIE G. IVY Spanish Pi Bela Phi ROBERT L. JENSEN Maihemafics Sigma Phi Epsilon AUDREY J. HUMASON General Studies Alpha Omicron Pi Toiem Club DAVID C. HUTCHISON Law Alpha Tau Omega DONALD W. IRELAND Economics Pi Kappa Alpha IFC AUDREY T. JACKSON Psycholog Leary Hall, Phi Zeia AWS Cabinei W. PAUL JENSEN Chemical Eng. Tau Befa Pi Phi Lambda Upsilo Ammonii Socii A. I. C. E. I1 JOHN F. HUMPHREY Economics Phi Kappa Psi Propeller Club ROBERT G. HUTCHISON Mechanical Eng. Phi Kappa Psi LOIS J. IRICK Medicine Blaine Hall Alpha Epsilon De Sigma Epsilon MABEL L. JAMES Home Economics Phi Mu ALLEN J, JOHANNESEN Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. lla GORDON E. HUNGAR Educaiion Bela Thefa Pi Oval Club Big "W" Club Vice-Pres.,Sr. Class ARTHUR P. HUTTON Phvsical Educaiion Phi Kappa Psi JOHN W. IRVINE Economics Alpha Sigma Phi Ski Club WALTER T. JAMES Economics Chi Psi AGNES A. JOHNSON History Alpha Xi Delia YWCA ALFRED C. HUNT General Sfudies Delia Kappa Epsilon R. BLAKE HUTI'U LA Pharmacy Lambda Chi Alpha Am. Pharm. Assoc. JOHN E. ISTED, JR. Archilecfure Lambda Chi Alpha Alelier FRED R. JANECK Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon CLAUD A. JOHNSON Foreslry Tau Phi Della Foreslry Club 72 ELLEN G. JOHNSON Foresfry Delfa Zela Foresf Club ROBERT C. JOHNSON Educafion HARRIET R. JORGENSON Journalism Thefa Sigma Phi Tofem Club Lufher Club MARY L. KARABAICH Journalism Alpha Xi Delta Pi Alpha Sigma ERNEST JOHNSON Economics VIRGINIA L. JOHNSON Music Kappa Phi Wesley Club Mu Phi EpSllon JACK C. JORGENSEN Civil Engineering RUDOLPH L. KARZMAR Pharmacy Rho Chi Am. Pharm. Asso C. Probably no man is beller known in Washinglon a'l'hle'ric circles 'than climinufive Norm Tempio, who has had his finger in fusl oboul' every managerial pie 'lhaf could be lislecl. As a senior, Norm was a righl arm 'lo UW griclders whose equipmenl' and subordinafe managers were under his surveillance. Brunl of much good-nolurecl iesling, Norm was +op-of- lhe-league as c manager. GLENNA J, HOWARD A. JOHNSON JOHNSON Ar? Mines Phraferes Acacia BARBARA M. BEVERLY C. JOHNSTON JOHNSTON General Sludies Music Della Ze'ra Kappa Della ROBERT F. IRENE O. JORGENSEN JUBERG Physical Eclucafion Phi Gamma Della Home Economics Home Economics Club Oval Club Lulher Club Big "W" Club ROBERT J. HARUO KASPER KATO English Engineering Tau Bela Pi Varsify Hall Campus Religious Council KALMA E. JOHNSON Nursing Alpha Tau Della Lulher Club MADELINE M. JONES Journalism Phraleres Morfar Board Tofem Club AWS Cabinef ESTELLE L. JYLHA Sociology DON B. KATTERMAN Pharmacy Rho Chi Am. Pharm. Assoc. Caduceans Roger Williams Club LAWRENCE E. JOHNSON Civil Engineering Kanpa Siqma A. S. C. E. MARILYN L. JONES Sociology Phi Mu HWSC THEODORE J. KACZKA Foreslry Tau Phi Della DOROTHY KATZ Far Easf Kappa Delia Russian Club Pi Alpha LESTER W. JOHNSON Economics Bela Alpha Psi RAY F. JONES Economics Phi Kappa Tau HOWARD C. KAFER Law Bela Theia Pi Big "W" Club IWAO KAWAKAMI Economics U.C.U. MARGIE J. JOHNSON Economics Alpha Chi Omega Whiiman ROBERT M. JONES Archifeclure Alelier BETTE MAE KAMERON General Sludies Gamma Phi Bela FRANK KAWASHIMA Economics FRED L. KEEN Economics Del'I'a Epsilon ELISE C. KELLEHER Political Science Della Gamma ORLAND B. KILLIN Educafion Phi Della Kappa NELS O. KJELSTAD Engineering A. S. C. E. Baker Hall U. Band LEWIS M. KEENE Eleclrical Eng. EOLI NE M. KELLER Home Economics Phraleres ELOISE M. KING Nursing Harborview Hall POLLY D. KLEIN Educalion Alpha Chi Omega Panhellenic Council "W" Club Jus'I how many commiffee assignmenls Mary Randolph quielly underlook may 'Forever go unfold, buf Ihey assured her accepfance info Morlar Board and Tolem club. As a benefil 'ro non-affilialed sororily women who had Iransferred Io Washinglon from o'l'her schools, Mary organized 'Ihe S'Iray Greek club, reigned as Panhellenic vice-presidenl' and ecliled Ihe I947 sororily rush manual. DONALD J. GEORGE RICHARD H. CHARLES J. KEENEY KEENEY KEEVER KEIM General Sludies Economics Economics Journalism Della Kappa Epsilon Alpha Sigma Phi Cascade Hall Sigma Della Chi FRANK E. JOAN THOMAS S. BRUCE A. KELLEY KELLEY KELLY KENYON Economics Arls 8: Sciences Economics Physics Spanish Bela Alpha Psi Olympus Hall JAMES B. ROBERT T. LUELLA B. KATHLEEN M. KING KING KINNEY KIRBACH Journalism Chemical Eng. Sociology Alpha Delfa Pi Sigma Della Phi Ammonii Socii Zefa Tau Alpha Zefa Phi Efa Daily Sfaff A. I. C. E. WILLIAM DONALD G. RUBEN EARL D. KLEINBERG KLINE KLUGMAN KNECHTEL Economics Economics Economics Aeronaufical Eng.- Zefa Bela Tau Bela Alpha Psi IAS Tau Bela Pi POLLY KEITH General Studies Kappa Kappa Gamma ROBERT C. J. KERCHEVAL Economics Bela Thefa Pi GLEN A. KIRKBRIDE Economics ADDABELLE J. KNIGHT General Sfudies ROBERT G. KEIZUR Mechanical Eng Thela Chi JANIS KERR General Sludies Alpha Xi Della HARRY A. KI RWIN Spanish Pan Xenia JAMES H. KNOX Educafion Pi Kappa Phi . . I' 1 I ws' 9 6 Qi, 'Q 'Ss a INGEBORG KVAMME Nursing Alpha Tau Della lnlerhall Council Blaine Hall MELVIN H. LAMBERT Music U. C. U. DONNA JEAN La POlNTE Arfs 81 Sciences Sigma Ela Chi Orchesis ROBERT T. LAWSON Civil En ineering 9 Sigma Chi TOM R. LEE Economics Sigma Chi HARVEY W. LaBRANCHE Mechanical Eng. Tau Kappa Epsilon CECIL LAMKEN Sociology OWEN A. LAREY Economics JAMES M. LEA Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. GERALDINE V. LEEK General Sludies Pi Bela Phi Panhellenic EDWIN H. LADUM Economics Phi Kappa Psi MARILYN L. LAMON Sociology Chi Omega BYRON l. LARSEN Geology AUGUST C. LEAL General Sfudies MARIAN GERRY LEESE. Hislory Kappa Della Thela Sigma Phi Tolem Club Pi Alpha FLOYD R. LAGERBERG Psychology FRANK D. LAM PMAN Hisfory ANNA MAE LARSON Home Economics U. C. U. Home Ec. Club FLOYD E. LeBARON Educalion P. E. Club MARY H. LEGG Home Economics Canlerbury Club Home Ec. Club MARILYN A. LAHERTY Spanish Phi Sigma loia Romanic Languages Guild BARBARA E. LANE Nursing Harborview JOHN W. LARSON Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon EVELENA M. LE COCQ Zoology McKee Hall Canlerbury Club JENE LEGGAT English Alpha Chi Omega HELEN E. LAKIE Home Economics Ausfin Hall Home Ec. Club VERLIN C. LANE General Sfudies Daily Siaff Tyee Slaff Columns LASSIE Anfhropology lola Bila U Kennel Club Phi Beta Dogga MARY A. LE COCQ General Sludies Gamma Phi Befa EMMANUEL H. LE MIER Fisheries Sigma Chi LOYS W. LAMB Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Varsity Boat Club A. S. C. E. Purple Shield LORI l. LANEGGER Drama Zefa Phi Ela SHIRLEY M. LAUBER Bolany Alpha Chi Omega Sigma Epsilon Sigma EDWARD GEORGE LEE Economics ROBERT L. LEMMAN Electrical Eng. Bela Thela Pi Purple Shield Big "W" Club HARRY E. LAM BERT Economics Sigma Chi BETTY M. LANGRELL Economics Delfa Gamma LAWRENCE LAVIK Accounfing JOH N HOWARD LEE General Sfudies JANICE N. LEMON Nursing 76 ALFRED H. LEN NSTROM Elecfrical Eng. JULIAN M. LEWIS Journalism Zefa Befa Tau Alpha Delia S ELSIE J. LIND Economics Ausfin Hall Sigma Epsilon ROBERT M. LOHR Pharmacy Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. A igma Sigma ssoc. H EN RY W. LEN NSTROM Educarion KENNETH E. LEWIS Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. PIERCE T. LINDBERG Economics Sigma Chi Befa Alpha Psi Bela Gamma Sigma LAWRENCE E. LOFGREN, J R. Economics Propeller Club The fleel-foolecl "crazy legs" of Washing+on's baclafield Ihis year was Fred Provo, I946 winner of Ihe Flaherly lnspiralional award. The medium- sizecl lefl half was fhe leading Husky ground gainer lasi year, ancl com- plered 27 our of 46 passing allempls. Fred confinued fo do righr by Washinglon in Ihe Easl-Wesl game when he occupied a heallhy share of 'ihe spollig JAN E A. LEONARD Anlhropology PAULINE R. LEWIS English Kappa Alpha IRIS A. LINDSAY Speech Thefa Upsilon Zefa Phi Era AILEEN A. LOFOUIST Ari Leary Hall hr. Theia KLARESE LERE Chemislry Iota Sigma Phi ROBERT P. LEWIS Pre-Medicine Phi Gamma Delia HARLAN E. LINKEMYER Economics Kappa Sigma MYRTLE IONE LOGUE Chemisfry lofa Sigma Pi WI LLARD S. LEVAN Economics Della Chi WALTER H. LEWIS Economics Bela Thefa Pi JEAN B. LIVINGSTON Mineral Eng. Mines Sociely MARIANN B. LOMAX Educafion Pi Bela Phi SYBIL A. LEVIN Economics Kappa Delia Panhellenic ALAN C. LIDDLE Archifeclure Thefa Chi Tau Sigma Delia Afelier JOHN L. LOCKE General Siudies Zeta Psi PHYLLIS I. LONG Liferaiure Zefa Tau Alpha FRANK E. LEWIS Foresfry Mgmt Alpha Tau Omega Foresl Club CARSTEN M. LIEN General Sfudies C. JAMES LOCKWOOD Economics Pan Xenia MORRIS C. LOOYSEN Economics HARRISON J. LEWIS Economics Newman Club ROGER D. LIEN Economics ERICA R. LOEB Chemisfry Hillel Foundalion C. R. C. NADINE LOUIE Arfs and Sciences Chinese Club WILLIAM LOUIE Aerona ufical Eng. ELWYN W. LU FKIN Journalism Daily Staff MARILYN L. LUNDE Home Economics Kappa Delia Home Ec. Club WALTER C. MCCLAIN Elecfrical Eng. JAMES F. LOVERIDGE Polilical Science DOROTHY R. LUKINS French Phi Mu ALBERT B. LUSTER Economics Sigma Nu MALCOLM D. McCLELLAN Drama Pi Kappa Alpha No less Ihon six honorcries lay claim Io Evelyn Ann Case. She has served os ediior of "I+ ls Done," AWS S'rcndcn'cls commiiiee chairman, W-Key secrelary ond presidenl of her sororil'y. A versciile gcl, Evie is iolenled noi only in AWS, ASUW and sororiI'y cciiviiies, bui' o iournalism moior lo bool. ROBERT KENNETH M. ' LAUREN H. CAROL A. LOWERY LOWTHIAN LUCKE LUCKS Poliiical Science Zoology Zoology Liferalure Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Della Phi Kappa Sigma Gamma Phi Be'I'a JUDITH I. ODD A. PHILO W. WALTER W. LUND LUND LUND LUND, JR. Nursing Economics Mechanical Eng. Eleclrical Eng. Alpha Chi Omega Delia Upsilon Phi Kappa Sigma Thefa Chi Alpha Tau Delia A- 5- M- E- Varsily Boai' Club GEORGE C. RONALD G. JOSEPH W. DANIEL A. LUTZ LYLE LYON LYONS Geology Pharmacy Economics Mechanical Eng. Sigma A pha Epsilon Della Upsilon Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc. ROBERT H. WILLIAM F. SHIRLEY J. MARGARET L, MCCOMAS MCCOOL MCCOY MCCURDY Economics Economics Nursing General Sfudies Befa Alpha Psi Psi Upsilon Harborview Hall Alpha Tau Delia Sigma Kappa DAVID F. LU DWIG Pharmacy Alpha Tau Omega Am. Pharm. Assoc. H. W. S. C. MARGARET E. LUNDBERG Music Kappa Ka pa Gamma Della Phi Riu ROBERT S. McCAN DLISS Economics JOHN McCUTCH EN Economics Bela Gamma Sigma Beia Alpha Psi RUTH M. LUDWIG Pharmacy McKee Hall Lambda Kappa Sigma RICHARD M. LUNDBERG Eleclrical Eng. MIKE S. McCAULEY Journalism RICHARD K. MCDONALD Physics I 1 1- - f wsee .2 .1535 1 . Y -f M-:::.,. ' 44: 0. f 3.5-1.1m H, f'f52EFx'-1. aiiismxaaf' 4 . f ' ' -47.4,-ffef. .- 0 det' vi, , if ' 4 5 'C , K f 1 a9 Mi- ---' H 1:, X Z, ggi?-4 W ' N ya ,A , Yi Q , :cg-X, S' g., 4 - ix , , VW 9 ,, ff V , .,.,A ..,,. 2, . ,. Q f 2 , 2 2 , X , 44 25 , :- A X . M '32 , Fw-f". A, M, A Q 1 , . , .www .. . H VW' M? vw aff? ' Q , , 7 .,.., ,.,.,,,, , gn , 4 S b 4 x ,M-' ,-v yfxea :xfixww K ,LS , ' ff' .,1,. J WARREN F. McNEAL Denlislry Alpha Tau Omega Della Sigma Della WILLIAM G. MACKAY General Sludies Della Upsilon Scabbard 81 Blade PHILIP MALONE Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon IRVINE A. MARLER Economics DOUGLAS N. MATH ESON Sociology Lambda Chi Alpha Scabbard 81 Blade ROBERT A. MCNEILL Economics JAMES G. MacNICHOLS Mechanical Eng. Big "W" Club Tau Bela Pi A. S. M. E. ROBERT M. MALONEY Law Alpha Sigma Phi MARILYN M. MARSHALL General Sfudies Gamma Phi Bela Panhellenic BARBARA J. MATHEWS Economics Della Della Della ALASTAIR D. C. McNICOLL Economics Zefa Psi ILENE M. MADSEN Speech Della Gamma TOM E. MALONEY Eleclrical Eng. Alpha Sigma Chi ALAN O. MARTIN Mafh. Educalion JUNE M. MATHIS English CHARLES A. McNU RLI N Malhemalics FRED A, MAGUIRE Economics Alpha Tau Omega GEORGIA J. MANCHESTER Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma Propeller Club E. 8: B. Council EMIL M. MARTIN Psychology Phi Kappa Tau MARILYN J. MATHIS Journalism Alpha Della Pi Morfar Board Totem Club Phi Bela Kappa CHARLES R. MCNUTT Chemical Eng. Adelphi THOMAS H. MAGUIRE, JR. Mechanical Eng. Delia Kappa Epsilon A. S. M. E. MARY ELLEN MANN Sociology Blaine Hall JOHN C. MARTIN Economics Bela Thela Pi BESSIE MATSUDA Zoology Synadelphic CATH ERIN E M. McTURK Educafion CLIFFORD B. MAINES Law Bela Theta Pi NROTC THEODOSIA MANOLIDES Hislory Kappa Della MARILYN E. MARTIN Pharmacy Am. Pharm. Assoc. Rho Chi Lambda Kappa Sigma Sigma Epsilon GEORGE L. MATTHAEI Eleclrical Eng. Phi Kappa Sigma Tau Bela Pi Toaslmasfers A. I. E. E. DON MacDONALD Accounling Phi Della Thela FLORINE F. MAJ ERS General Sludies Della Zefa Newman Club ALFRED D. MARILLEY Economics ROBERT D. MARTIN Economics Phi Gamma Della Varsily Crew Big "W" Club CHARLES F. MAURER Economics Alpha Della Phi DON R. MACK Eleclrical Eng. Chi Psi Tau Bela Pi Oval Club Varsily Boal' Club EMMY-LOU MAKINSON Pharmacy Alpha Omicron Pi Lambda Kappa Sigma Am. Pharm. Assoc. L. LEE MARKLUND Markefing Adelphi Weley Club EARL C. MASTON Chemisfry ERNEST L. MAY Eleclrical Eng. Tau Bela Pi 80 BETTE LOU MAYBEE Adverlising U. Pholo Club JAMES D. MERCER General Sludies Phi Gamma Della ROY G. MIKALSON English Kappa Sigma MELVIN M. MILLER Arl JOHN P. MAYBERG Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. ROBERT H. MERRYMAN Aclverlising Phi Kappa Sigma Board of Conlrol Mgrl. Council HENRY G. MILES Economics Lambda Chi Alph Alabama RODMAN B. MILLER Law Adelphi Wesley Club 5. Transferring lo Washingron from lhe Universily ol Pennsylvania, Gordon "Rusty" Callow swilched exlra-curricular majors upon arrival. A lwo- leller winner al Penn, Callow shilled his inleresls successfully lo campus polilics, and now holds lorlh as ASUW bigwig number one. In lhis inslance hislory did repeal ilsell, as "Rusly," Sr., occupied lhe sludenl body presidenl's choir baclf. in l9l5. MARION H. MAYBERG English BRUCE F. MEYERS GeoloC!Y Phi Della Thela AVEN P. MILLER, JR. Chemical Eng, Kappa Sigma Tau Bela Pi Phi Lambda Upsilon Ammonii Socii MIRIAM D. MILLET General Sludies Phi Sigma Sigma Hillel Foundalion FRANCES M. MEANEY Meleorology Kappa Della GEORGE F. MEYERS Economics Phi Della Thela Fir Tree Oval Club Big "W" Club BARBARA ANN MILLER English Pi Bela Phi Tolem Club DAN L. MILLIKEN Economics Psi Upsilon ERNA L. MEIER Home Economics PATRICIA M. MICHAUD Economics Alpha Gamma D B. VIRGINIA MILLER Economics McKee Hall Lulher Club ARCHIE U. MILLS Foreslry ella Foresl Club, Pres. HARRY L. MEIXNER Pharmacy Della Tau Della Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc CLEMENTENA B. MICKELSON Home Economics Alpha Xi Della BERTHA S. MILLER Home Economics Phi Sigma Sigma Sigma Epsilon Sig Omicron Nu Hillel Foundalion DON S. MILLS Economics Della Kappa Epsil YTIB OFI ISABEL N. MENIQUE Nursing I-larborview Hall Nursing Club EVELYN MIDBY Nursing McKee Hall U. C. U. HERBERT D. MILLER Psychology Wesley Club JEAN F. MILNE- General Sludies Della Della Della Sigma Epsilon Sigma VINCENT A. M EN NELLA Economics JOSEPH T. MIJICH Pie-Law Alpha Tau Omega JEFFERSON P. MILLER Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. JAMES B. MITCHELL Pharmacy Della Tau Della Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc M ERLE W. MITCHELL Pharmacy DONALD O. MONTGOMERY Pharmacy Am. Pharm. Assoc. LEE J. MOREM EN Economics Thela Chi MARGARET M. MORRISON Sociology Leary Hall H. W. S. C. ROSEANNE MLADENICH Home Economics McKee Hall Home Ec. Club MARJORIE R. MOON Journalism Blaine Hill Phraieres Sigma Ela Chi Thefa Sigma Phi BARBARA M. MORGAN Zoology Sigma Kappa Tolem Club AWS Cabinel HAROLD A. MORSE Sociology Marilyn Mathis grocluaiecl 'From AWS 'lo ASUW chores, and lhen simul- laneously +o Phi Bela Kappa and associaie eclilor of Tyee. Along Ihe way she accumulafecl a foculfy medal and Ihe Morlar Board plaque in I946. Nolecl for induslry and yer a craving 'for diversion, Marilyn, lhough a member of nine honorories, lhoroughly believes in 'lerra firma. PRISCILLA A. HAROLD W. NANCY HILDE R. MOCK MOELLER MOFFAT MOHRER Home Economics Journalism ' Pre-Law Chemisfry Alpha Della Pi Alpha Delia Sigma Rofcre Phi Sigma Sigma Panhellenic RICHARD L. DONALD H. SHIRLEY L. VIVIAN Z. MOONEY MOORE MOORE MOORE Educalion Economics Pre-Educafion Nursing Lafin American Club Propeller Club McKee Hall Phi Sigma lola ALBERT C. JACK A. NELLIE JO ROBERT C. MORGENTHALER MORRIS MORRIS MORRIS Chemical Eng. Pharmacy Nursing Economics Della Upsilon Sigma Epsilon Alpha Sigma Phi PATRICIA DONNA J. MARILYN J. DOROTHY J. MOSTOSKY MUELLER MUCKEY MUFFLY K, Journalism Sociology English Ramanic Languages Alpha Xi Della Leary Hall Kappa Della Tolem Club Toiem Club Thefa Sigma Phi YWCA Bookslore Board Board of Conlrol RALPH V. MONAGHAN Political Science Phi Sigma Kappa Jr. IFC JAM ES E. M ORAN Hislory Acacia ROY E. MORRIS, JR. Economics ROBERT J. MUIR Economics Big "W" Club Spiked Shoe Club MURIEL J. MONTAGUE Hislory Alpha Phi JEAN E. MOREMEN English Alpha Gamma Delia WALTER H. MORRIS Zoology CAROL B. MURDOCK Journalism Theia Sigma Phi Sigma Epsilon Sigma -- .l -Qs aww IRENE E. NELSON Nursing Alpha Tau Della HELEN M. NESS General Sludies Chi Omega JAMES C. NIELSEN Aeronaulical Eng. Tau Bela Pi I. A. S. MARY JANE NORDFORS Sociology Phi Mu Sigma Epsilon Sigma JOHN C. NORRIS Mechanical Eng. JACK C. NELSON Economics JANE NEWBERGER Arfs and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi SYLVIA M. NILSEN General Sfudies Della Delia Della Moriar Board Tolem Club Sigma Epsilon Sigma JOHN P. NORDIN Arfs and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi RICHARD E. NORRIS Botany JACK E. NELSON Geography Pi Alpha Compass 8: Charf JOHN F. NEWLAND Chemical Eng. Sigma Chi A. I. C. E. BEN PATRICK NINOMIYA Pharmacy Am. Pharm. Assoc. VIRGIL D. NORDSTROM Psychology ROBERT J. NORRIS Pre-Medicine Tau Kappa Epsilon JORGEN NELSON, JR. Economics Phi Kappa Sigma JOHN H. NEWLAND Journalism Sigma Della Chi Daily Slaff H. W. S. C. NORMAND H. NIPPELL Polilical Science DONALD V. NOREN Eleclrical Eng. U. C. U. A. I. E. E. PAUL W. NYGREEN Geology Della Tau Delia PAU L N. NELSON Physics Delia Chi HERBERT M. NEWMAN Mineral Eng. Sigma Alpha Mu Ceramic Socieiy, Pres. HIRO NISHIMURA Zoology JOHN T. NORGORD Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. DONALD D. NYMAN Anlhropology PEARL L. NELSON Home Economics Phraferes Home Ec. Club ALTA M. NICHOLAS Home Economics Sigma Kappa Home Ec. Club JOHN W. NOAH Economics LESTER V. NORMAN Sociology ELDON M. NYSETHER Economics VIRGINIA A. NELSON English Pi Alpha Sigma JOH N R. NICHOLAS Economics Chi Phi B. DALWYN NOBLES Far East Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Alpha MARVEN G. NORMAN Pharmacy Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc. WEN DELL C. NYSTEDT Economics Della Chi MARVIN S. NEPOM Economics Sigma Alpha Mu ANITA NIELSEN Hisiory Blaine Hall LOIS J. NORD Nursing Harborview Hall JAMES R. NORRIS Mechanical Eng. VIRGINIA J. OAKLEY Hisfory Ausfin Hall 84 JOSEPH P. M. PATRICIA OATEY Economics Sherwood House Wesley Club HARRY C. OLIVER Economics Alpha Tau Omega IFC GIRARD L. ORDWAY Chemislry Phi Lambda Upsilon PRISCILLA ANNE OTIS Speech O'BRYAN English Della Gamma ROBERT C. OLIVER Chemical Eng. Tau Bela Pi Phi Lambda Upsilon Zela Mu Tau Ammonii Socii THOMAS J. O'ROURKE Eleclrical Eng. Tau Bela Pi TAUNO A. OTTELIN Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. Few possess lhe diversily of exlra-curricular inleresl which marks AI Luster. Al has copped lellers in boxing, wreslling and skiing, and has carlooned lor The Daily and Columns. Two years successively Al has managed lo snare lhe all-U wellerweighl championship and also earned a Norlhern division lille as a wresller. For anolher lwo years he has compeled lor minor "W"s in skiing. PHYLLIS M. YOLANDA M. OCKER ODERMAT Physical Educalion Economics Alpha Omicron Pi Thela Upsilon "W"CIub P. E. Club Panhellenic CARL S. JOANNE D. OLSEN OLSEN Civil Engineering Arl Pi Kaprba Alpha Zela Tau Alpha A. S. C. E. MARGARET J. BARBARA W. ORTHMANN OSBORNE General Studies Zoology Rofcre Kappa Alpha Thela H. W. S. C. Newman Club EDWARD R. BARBARA R. OVERALL OWEN Mechanical Eng. Far Easl Della Upsilon Alpha Phi Pi Alpha ERNEST J. 0'GlEBLYN Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. LOIS M. O'NEAL Home Economics Home Ec. Club JEAN OSBORNE Drama Gamma Phi Bela Zela Phi Ela IRENE L. OZERKOFF Drama Thefa Upsilon BENJAMIN S. OHNICK Business Mgml. MARGARET L. O'NEAL General Sludies Pi Bela Phi RICHARD H. OSBORNE Zoology PRISK PADDOCK Economics MAC M. OKAZAKI Foreign Trade FREDERICK F. O'NElL Economics Phi Della Thela HAROLD OSWALD Zoology Pi Kappa Alpha Pre-Med Club German Club ROY PAGE, J R. Economics Phi Kappa Psi BETTY A. O'LEARY Baclerioloqy Sigma Kappa CLARENCE C. OPHEIM Economics Propeller Club EUGENE A. OTIS Economics Phi Mu Alpha W. D. PAGE Foreslry Lambda Chi A Foresl Club lpha . 14 A 13 we flzzffi . .. z , .Q - e,:y..,. - ,sz- .ka MAXINE A. PARKER General Sludies Sigma Kappa HARRY W. PATTON Journalism Zela Psi Sigma Della Chi MARILYN A. PENDLETON Drama Phi Mu Gamma NANCY AN N PETERS Sociology Phraleres Orchesis . .. -' ' I. S . Q 3211525 ROBERT D. PARKH U RST Pre-Denlislry MacGregor House JAMES R. FAU L Archileclure Alelier PATRICIA K. PEN DLETON Chemislry Tolem Club AWS Council THOMAS H. PETERS Economics Wing 'n Rudder Noi' conlenl wilh 'ihe rigorous worl-soul' provided by lhe School of Jour- nalism, Madeline .Iones look over l'he responsiloilily of 'I'he presidency of Phrol'eres. Bu'l even before lhol she was beoling 'lhe polh belween Lewis ond Clorln hulls in obedience lo lwo collings. As o resull' of mosl' sc1l'is'Focl'ory AWS underlolnings and her work os Phroleres prexy, Madeline was pledged 'lo Morlor Boord ond Tolem club. MARGARET JANE ROBERT G. EDAMARY PATRICIA M. PARKS PARKS PATTERSON PATTERSON Pharmacy Chemical Eng. English Sociology Rofcre Sigma Nu Blaine Hall Phraleres Lambda Kappa Sigma Ammonii Socii IWA Am. Pharm. Assoc. DAVID F. JAMES H. ALFRED S. JOHN D. PAULSEN PAX PEARSON PECKENPAUGH Economics Chemisfry Zoology Pharmacy Phi Kappa Psi Newman Club Alpha Tau Omega Scabbard 81 Blade Kappa Psi I. R. C. Am. Pharm. Assoc WAYNE S. PATRICIA R. JOHN R. ROBERT G. PENDLETON PENN PENNING, JR. PERLMAN English Economics Physics Economics Wesley Club Zela Mu Tau Sigma Alpha Mu Kappa Phi Phi Bela Kappa FLOYD L. JOHN H. MARILYN J. MARY L. X PETERSON PETERSON PETERSON PETERSON Educalion Psycholog Hislory Physical Educalion Chess Cluh Gamma Phi Befa P. E. Club WADE B. PATTERSON Physical Educafion WILLIAM A. PEDERSEN Economics Bela Thefa Pi ALTON M. PERRIN Journalism Daily Slaff WARREN R. PETERSON Law Alpha Tau Omega WILLIAM W. PATTERSON Economics DOROTHY MAE PEFFER Sociology ROBERT PERRINS Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. JOHN A. PETTEYS Civ'I Engineering A. S. C. E. fi! f-1.,.:r::za5zze2n.- I ' 1 ' V w '- . 1. .. ,gsm 5. ' f A wa.-., ,guy ' -"- : 1 f '. 'Z:'- 1 , ,..,,- f , .,- -. - A 2 7 , if , 2- C1 K' 5, 15 V' ,WM ,y I V Wfiy., 21: '-nzylv ,Q fc ,' - 563,15 , .-ww-FHL, 5. . v 1, 4, f 1- 1 W f fi 4 ww .re for A J ,, K f - vc- Q. ,-ww . g 1.. 1f' fv amb5iA-" vi - . V f . -,5j,,zj,g::: 1 .ss 1 .xy Q " Y' XM ff G4 " F-- '2 . uf' E -FN" 'A ,L X ,Q - sf' news y Q Y, f , ' 5 'w::w.' 'MY' " Q11 .R 2 ...swim Q , . MM- Q, -4, VK 2 'V-bf' f Q 'beep'-J' . 'W57' " K 15' ff 1 3 2 A Ni? .. X, 0, v . v M- i A vu. 1 , .- QP, Q , Y ..,.K. .,,, , . , ,ff e Nw 2 5 . an Y was, ' , Q QP' ' f ' 4 wtf. 2:11. 1 "' ZR Q 5 X t W X r , N 9 'vJPCfN-,N , , ,N , 5 X Q 'Q ' f W M .,., , .,1..11 ' ,.: "r ails ' ,jje 'bwgk 'ibxfi K A JS? 1845, , 'vz 95'-fx b , ibm Q, Q.,' h , A,bV -WQHV E :,:. ,. ., , 1 H' A ll ,, I wx E A fa ' 4 , ,M I Q A ff M " ' -' X1 1 ,5 'J .M ' Xe ,. f . ' N 1 Nw 2 QQ Sw x f ROSALIE REICHMUTH Journalism Thela Sigma Phi Tolem Club HOWARD S. RICE Economics Della Chi HOWARD ALLAN RIGGS Economics Sigma Chi KENNETH C. ROBINSON Economics THEODORE J. REID Archileclure Tau Sigma Della JOHN D. RICHARDS Economics Phi Kappa Psi LEON R. RIG-HTMIRE, JR. English Sigma Pi MELVIN M. ROBINSON Economics Alpha Tau Omega Fred Janeck, lhe perpeluul young man of dislinclion, slarled as lrosh presidenl and rose lo lhe head ol lhe sophomore class 'lhe nexl year. Fred is known for his college spiril and is lhe possessor of o dozen impres- sive aclivily lilies. MARVIN W. REINER Economics Alpha Epsilon Pi LEISTER L. RICHARDS Economics Phi Kappa Sigma JOHN J. RINEHART Economics Sigma Nu Mgrl. Council PHILIP A. ROBINSON Chemical Eng. Zela Bela Tau A. I. C. E. RICHARD W. REINHOLT Economics Lambda Chi Alpha MARGIE RICHARDS Polilical Science Della Della Della JESSIE A. ROBBINS Nursing Leary Hall ROBERT B. ROBINSON Eleclrical Eng. Tau Bela Pi Sigma Xi Phi Bela Kappa WILLIAM R. REVERCOMB Economics Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM E. RICHARDS Economics Alpha Tau Omega Oval Club FRANK T. ROBERSON Psychology Della Tau Della SAMUEL W. ROBINSON Hisfory Alpha Della Phi Fir Tree Oval Club Big "W" Club PERSIS F. REYNOLDS Music Sigma Kappa Mu Phi Epsilon DALE O. RICHARDSON Eleclrical Eng. Psi Upsilon BILLY JOE ROBERTS Eleclrical Eng. JOHN L. RODDA Sociology Thela Chi A .22 Wy' sf ,f f ff C 2 f 1: f Wa f 4 E ' 'Af ij, f DONALD F. RICE Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon DONALD RICHARDSON Civil Engineering DOUGLAS E. ROBINSON Physical Educalion Della Chi GLENN R. RODIN Economics Propeller Club HARRY I. RICE Denlislry Phi Della Thela Oval Club Big "W" Club JOHN A. RICHARDSON Journalism Daily Slaff J. CALVIN ROBINSON Pharmacy Kappa Psi Rho Chi Am. Pharm. Assoc CLIFFORD J. ROGERS, JR. Economics Pi Kappa Alpha l FLORA I. ROGERS General Sfudies ILSE ROSENGARTEN English Alpha Epsilon Phi ROBERT R. ROWSE Civil Engineering Delia Tau Delia LUCYBELLE RYAN Physical Educafion Della Zela P. E. Club Promenaders JANE M. ROGERS English Delia Gamma NORMA LOU ROSENOFF Home Economics Wesley Club Kappa Phi BARBARA J. ROYAL Sociology Chi Omega Tyee Busn. Mgr. PATRICIA J. RYAN Drama Alpha Phi Phi Mu Gamma One who did noi' iniern in Clark hull is Janet Dowd. Crcxmming 'four years of college info fhree, she has now emerged from behind Ihe clulfered desk of Tyee ediior. Joneil is a member of Toiem club, Moricr Board and presideni of ihe Spring club. JOAN M. ROGERS English Delia Gamma MARILYN J. ROTH Ari' Alpha Delia Pi Pi Alpha Sigma AWS Council RUTH E. 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SEEBERGER Political Science Cascade Hall I. R. C. Newman Club GEORGE H. SHAVER General Sfudies Alpha Tau Omega NANCY B. SCHMUTZ General Sfudies Delia Delia Delfa MARGARET H. SCH U ETT Psychology Phraferes GEORGIA A. SCHWARTZ Archilecfure Alpha Phi Afelier HANS G. SEIDEMANN Economics MALCOLM J. SHAW Managemenf FRANK L. SCHNABEL Polifical Science Phi Delia Theta, Whifman I. R. C. Varsiiy Debafe CLAYTON D. SCHULER Economics Alpha Kappa Psi DOROTHY E. SCOTT Economics Kappa Phi Wesley Club ROBERT E. SEELY Mechanical Eng. A. S. M, E. PHYLLIS L. SHAW English Alpha Delia Pi Sigma Epsilon Sigma PATRICIA ANNE SCHNEIDER General Sfudies Alpha Phi Wing 'n Rudder HENRY G. SCHULTE Economics MARY V. SCOTT Economics ROSEMARY E. SETTERSTEN Mafhemaiics Alpha Xi Delia CHARLES R. SHEAFFER Chemisfry Delia Chi Oval Club Big "W" Club ALICE C. SCHOEDLER Sociology Delia Della Delia ROBERT D. SCHULTZ Foreslry Phi Gamma Della Foresf Club Canadian Club, Pres. ROBERT A. SCOTT Economics Chi Psi SALLY G. 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SONNENBURG Education Alpha Xi Delia E'Ffervescen'r Percy Fox hos been Ihe guiding spiril' behind more I-han one successful sludenl' cc'l'ivi'Iy. Tl'ibu'Ie Io her "gel i+ done" policy was Percy's eleclion as presidenl' of Tolem club. Chairman of The Public Rela- I'ions commi+I'ee, on enei'ge'I'ic YWCA figure, she was also c member of AWS ccbinef and council. E. MARJORIE SMITH Physical Educafion Ausfin Hall MACK F. SMITH Psychology Zeia Psi JAMES F. SMITHSON Chemical Eng. A. I. C. E. Ammonii Socii MARTIN L. SORBER Economics Befa Thefa Pi HELEN V. SMITH Sociology Thela Upsilon Wesley Club RICHARD C. SMITH Music Phi Mu Alpha HUNTER N. SNEED Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon PEGGY J. SORENSEN Home Economics Pi Bela Phi JANET L. SMITH Hisfory Phi Mu Pi Alpha STANLEY A. SMITH Economics Befa Alpha Psi ALLEN BOYD SNYDER Chemical Eng. Ammonii Socii A. I. C. E. ROGER D. SORENSEN Economics Thefa Chi Propeller Club JEAN BARTLETT SMITH English Kappa Kappa Gamma STANTON R. SMITH Economics lA. Ii SJ Russian Club RICHARD C. SOLIBAKKE Polifical Science Pi Sigma Alpha I. R. C. ARTHUR N. SORENSON, JR. Pharmacy Phi Kappa Tau Kappa Psi Am. Pharm. Assoc. Scabbard 8: Blade 5 JUDITH S. SMITH Economics Della Gamma W-Key V. DEANE SMITH Nursing Harborview Hall E. KENNETH SOLID Economics Phi Gamma Delia Big "W" Club GLORIA C. SORIANO Educalion McKee Hall I. R. C. 1 1 .l 1 47.5 za K f, irq, f v any VV F It '. Jn. Q4 sf ' ,,., A 5 hy fp- A ,4,LfJv?4?fw,.. eww 4 2 ' ,r x 1wz.v1.w f , wmf,1,w-:Aim 42-f-w as fx wx f ' x 53? '-fy? lv, -' , -g 2 'M 9 . 4 .K ,Af . 44 ,45,4,:..5::y ,mg--w1r,m-14, if 1 ,X . 24? A fy? 'Q ,Q . .. ,,-.:., KVI ? :M .Lx 7 .:g:g::..:,::-.-f:3,:,if V, 5. f - f- .. -':afr:r15fP:- ..W - ,,,,,4.,,.1.U.-- -. V1 fy- -,1: y', 2: 2:e::1:?E'EiQf' 1 ' -9 " -: G' f ' - 12 ' ' 1' 5 149 ,.,, .gg ' AK ' A f , Z M f f , ft , x if 9 ' 1 . ,f-,H ,bu I Af 6 f c ff f 1341, , . 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THOMAS Forestry Foresl' Club ERMA THORSTENSEN Far Easi' McKee Hall ROBERT A. TRAGER Economics Bela Thefa Pi Big "W" Club Oval Club NORMAN G. TEMPIO Educaiion Kappa Sigma Pi Alpha Oval Club Mgrl. Council ROBERT J. THOMAS Hisfory U. C. U. DAISY L. TIBBS Home Economics Phi Chi Delta Weslminsfer Club JOHN W. TRANTOW Arts 81 Sciences Zela Psi BEVERLY B. TRAUTMAN Sociology Alpha Gamma Della J. DALE TURNER Chemislry Phi Lambda Upsilon Zela Mu Tau ELLSWORTH V. VACHON Geology Thela Della Chi Vice-Presidenl, IFC Y. M. C. A. ELSTON L. VAN SYLKE Journalism Della Chi WILLIAM E. TREMFER Accounling Bela Thela Pi ROBERT G. TURNER Economics Alpha Sigma P ELEANOR A. 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WATKINS Economics Phl Kappa Psi WILLIAM H EN RY WELCH Economics OTTO K. WHEELER Economics Graylock Hall JAMES C. WATSON Economics Baker Hall Propeller Club JO ANN WELLER Sociology DORIS M. WHIPPLE Commercial A Phrateres rl STAN LEY W. WATSON Zoology MARGARET J. WEST Sociology McKee Hall IHC WILTON M. WHISLER Engineering Tau Bela Pi Acacia MARJORI E E. WEBER Economics THEODORE C. WEST Pharmacy Rho Chi Am. Pharm. Assoc. ROBERT K. WHITAKER Chemislry Adelphi TH ELMA JEAN WEINGARTEN Educalion JOHN WILLIAM WESTERGAARD Engineering l. A. S. RICHARD L. WHITING Economics IOO LUELLA M. WEIR General Sludies Sigma Kappa MARGARET L. WESTHOLM Arfs 81 Sciences LILLIAN M. WHITMAN Home Economics AWS Cabinel, Coun. Tofem Club Omicron Nu Home Ec. Club JAMES L. WEISS Music Lambda Chi Alpha Malamules ROBERT A. WESTLAKE Engineering Tau Bela Pi A. S. M. E. DONALD N. WHITMER Economics Phi Kappa Psi DEH N S. WELCH Foresfry Foresf Club FLORENCE L WETZEL Economics Del-Ia Zefa ERNEST R. WHITMORE Law Della Chi WILLIAM E. WHITNEY Engineering BURTON O. WILLIAMS Mechanical Eng. A. S. M. E. CAROL M. WILLIAMSON Psychology Phraleres E MARGARET L. WIDMAN Physical Educalion Auslin Hall DOROTHY J. WILLIAMS Arl Phraleres KENT R. WILLSON Engineering Della Upsilon Tops in organized independenl house groups is Eric Denton, who pio- neered MOHC and was one of lhe lirsl l'o preside al ils helm. He has served on 'Ihe Board of Conlrol, worked wilh l'he Book Slore board, and in addilion Io innumerable olher lime-absorbing commillee employmenls Eric has combined marriage and a chemislry lhesis 'Ihis spring. HAROLD A. HOWARD D. MARGARET ANN MARION WIELAND WIGLE WILEY WILKESON Hislory Archifeclure Educalion Physical Education Adelphi Alelier Alpha Chi Omega Kappa Della Panhellenic AWS Council P. E. Club EILEEN M. HARRY M. HENRY K. JOHN HILL WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILLIAMS Physical Educalion Mafhemalics History Journalism McKee Hall Della Tau Della P. E. Club Rec. Council ALICE M. GEORGE A. E. CONSTANCE JAMES B. WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON English Economics Journalism Law Della Della Della Daily Slaff Thela Chi Tolem Club GLORIA J. WILLFONG English Alpha Gamma Della KENNETH L. WILLIAMS Economics Phi Gamma Delia MARILYN J. WILSON Music Kappa Kappa Gamma Mu Phi Epsilon AVIS G. WILLIAMS Educalion OWEN B. WILLIAMS Economics Phi Della Thela PHYLLIS P. WILSON General Sfudies Pi Bela Phi 1 In-.. - , SUSAN WILSON English Kappa Alpha Thela Sigma Epsilon Sigma HAROLD H. WITTREN Economics RUTH E. WOOD Nursing Harborview Hall WILLIAM C. WILSON Accounfing Bela Alpha Psi DeWITT E. WOLD Zoology Alpha Tau Omega PATRICIA M. WOODARD Economics WILLIAM G WILSON Educafion DONALD G. WOLSON Fisheries ALLAN J. WRIGHT Economics Bela Alpha P si Associaled Women S'Iuden'l's' boss lady is Joan Campbell, a four year hus'I'le-bubble of grades and aclivilies. lf was compuled-when she was a sophomore-fhal' she served I9 differeni' commilrlees, ranging from assislanl chairman of Ihe Sophomore Carnival 'lo women's discussion. Carried on 'Ihe rolls of every fop-ranking women's acI'iviI'y honorary, Jo is a highly-regarcled classroom produc'Iionis'l'. WILLIAM L. BEVERLY ANDERSON MARJORY E. WING WINGE WINSTON Arts 8: Sciences Journalism General Sfudies Sigma Kappa Alpha Gamma Della Thefa Sigma Phi CARL E. HOWARD Y. BENJAMIN WOLSTENHOLME WONG WOO Economics Engineering Engineering Delia Kappa Epsilon I. R. E. Chinese Sludenl Club A. I. E. E. Tau Bela Pi Y. M. C. A. G. BARBARA KENNETH H. ROBERTA WRIGHT WRIGHT WRIGHT Economics Foreslry Far Easl' Alpha Della Pi Foresl Club Gamma Phi Bela Pi Alpha DAVID L. WISS Foresfry Foresl' Club ELB ERT H. WOOD Economics ROBERT T. YAMAUCHI Medicine SUZAN N E D WITI'E Economics Ice Skaiing FREDERIC A WOOD Economics Sigma Chi TED T. YASUDA Far Easl Pi Alpha I l ' ' 1 - 5 2-0,-, 3' 4. , hw-.Q fy Dixie Dysari, Max Soriano, Shirley Day and Bill Sfrecxm Tl-lE JUNIOR CLASS found Hs woy iri+o o Top spoi in ccumpus ofioirs in I947 ond I948, genily propelled by Max Sorior1o,who hod for his cissisionis Vice-Presiclerii Bill Sireom, Secreiory Shirley Doy cnncl Treosurer Dixie Dysori. ln odcliiiori Jro 'l'Ol4iHg Song ond Siuni Nigh+'s iirsl' prize, The iuniors welcomed freshmen in Ocioloer, sloged Jrheir onriuol Prom on April I7, look ci honcl in ihe Aquoiesi, cmd mode exierisive provisions for o "Class of '49" Jrrophy ond o scholarship io be given by The closs. IO4 Anne Adams Brock Adams Jimmie Kalclal Nancy LcwTon Del McNuTT Dick OTTele Phil Palmer lclalice Squire BeH'y STevenson Few people have covered as much acTiviTy ground as has lively ANNE ADAMS, W-Key member, chairman oT AcTiviTy Files, chairman oT Office Personnel, co-chairman oT The Scholarship Banquet Junior Council mem- ber, AWS ExecuTive chairman, Campus Chesr secreTary .... ASUW Vice-PresidenT BROCK ADAMS has leTT a mighTy record behind him -as Frosh president chairman of ASUW BudgeT and Finance commiT- Tee, chairman oT ASUW ElecTions and Legal lnTerpreTaTions commiTTee. . . . One of The mosT presidenTial guys around is JIMMIE KALDAL- he's been Freshman presidenT, Sophomore president presidenT oT Purple Shield, as well as chairman oT Public RelaTions commiTTee and half-Time chairman of Homecoming .... Sparkle-gal NANCY LAWTON headed Thousand-Voice Chorus publiciTy and AWS Coed Counseling, and was a member oT Junior Council, W-Key and Orchesis .... DEL McNUTT has handled wirh equal skill his iobs as chairman of PublicaTions Board, Junior IFC member, member oT AMS Planning commiTTee, and AMS direcTor of The Board oT ConTrol .... WashingTon's pride on The TooT- ball Tielcl is DlCK OTTELE, who has also won a Big "W" award. . . . Pl-llL PALMER heads MOI-lC, is MacGregor l-louse presidenT, and an acTive Bool4sTore Board member .... IDALICE SQUIRE, W-Key his- Torian, assisTanT ediTor oT W-Bools, Junior Council member, chairman of AWS Scholarship Banquet The l-ligh School Leaders' conference ban- queT .... ETTervescence iTselT-Thats BETTY STEVENSON, who has pre- sided over W-Key, acTed as OrganizaTions EdiTor of l948's Tyee, chair- man oT STandards CommiTTee, and AWS LecTures chairman. Ju zo J Pcxfsy Kelly, Bud Hill, Wing Luke cxncl BoTsy Johnson PRESIDENT WING LUKE ond his oTTicers-Vice-PresiclenT Bud l-lill, SecreTory BoTsy JohnsTon, ond Treasurer Pc1Tsy Kelly- spenT o busy yeor guiding cull The irons The sophomores had in The Tire. Their successTul Sophomore Tc1lenT Show, Tor The beneTiT oT Compus ChesTg The Jonucry Columns' Sophomore issue: on eloboroTe Tolse-OTT on Clorlf. l-loll Tor Song ond STunT Night Their clonce in Eebruoryg The Tobulous Cornivol on Moy 8-cull These were porTs oT one oT The biggesT sophomore seasons on record. IO6 Tad Davies Solveig lvarsson Al Klukis Thad McArThur Tony Minor Emilie Mueller Mary Osfroof Joanne TarTre Sammy Whife TAD DAWES includes among his acTiviTies Purple Shield, Daily Ad sTaTT, chairmanship oT The AMS Billiards TournamenT and oT The Junior IFC dance, and membership in The ASUW Building commiTTee .... SOLVEIG IVARSSON has won her way To prominence by being secreTary OT The Freshman class, a member oT AWS Council, W-Key, and AWS Scholar- ship BanqueT commiTTee, The Women's SporTs ediTor OT Tyee I947, and nexT year's AWS corresponding secreTary .... Purple Shield Vice-Presb denT AL KLUKIS has been on AMS Board oT DirecTors, ASUW Scholar- ship commiTTee, and Homecoming Dance commiTTee .... Tl-lAD MCAR- Tl-IUR manages To combine sporTs and acTiviTies successTully-he's been an ouTsTanding varsiTy swimmer Tor Two years, chairman oT The Sopho- more AcTiviTies commiTTee, on Sophomore Carnival publiciTy, secreTary oT Purple Shield, and a big "W" boy .... One OT The loiggesT iobs on campus, ThaT oT Adelphi PresidenT, has been held down by enThusiasTic TONY MINAR, who also has been on ASUW Scholarship commiTTee, ASUW Mixer commiTTee, Campus Guide service, and Purple Shield .... EMILIE MUELLER is hard To beaT Tor parTicipaTion in campus aTTairs- she's served as Campus ChesT secreTary, AWS ConcerTs commiTTee member, VarsiTy Ball commiTTee member, and a member OT W-Key .... Charming MARY OSTROOT has been chairman oT ASUW CulTural EvenTs commiTTee, The ASUW-UBC Exchange show and AWS ConcerTs. and is a W-Key member .... JOANNE TARTRE is cerTainly doing her biT Toward holding up The school-she's on W-Key, is AWS Treasurer, has been chairman oT AWS Social commiTTee and helper on Sophomore Carnival and Sophomore dance .... SpeedsTer SAMMY WHITE has won several basl4eTball games single-handed, iT is said, and he's also a crack baseballer. oplzomoref Pai' Miller, Herb Fuller, Bob PaHon and Ka+ie Price LED BY LIVEWIRES HERB FULLER, presidenig Bob Poiion, vice-presidenig Koiie Price, secreioryg ond Poi Miller. Jrreosurer, ihis yeor's freshmen dived heod firslr info The swim of cornpus life. Ereshrnon Doy on April 9 wos on exciiing one for The newcomers, wiih o rolly, fireworks, odrninisiroiion of The Universiiy for ihe doy, and oi loig donce in Jrhe evening. The young 'uns oimosi sroie Jrhe show on Song ond Siuni Nighjr wiih Their och ceding firsi pioce +o ihe juniors by bui' o single poin+. IOB Colleen Anawalf K ChorlTon Mary Jo Cleveland , Bill Gallacci Carolyn Hickox Dayis Holcomb Roland Kirkby Pefe Salmon Don Sfewarf Almosf everybody's meT friendly COLLEEN ANAWALT, who's been ArT chairman for The Huslsy HiT Parade, assisTanT chairman of Frosh STand- ards, undersecrefary for Campus Chesf, Homecoming publiciTy worker, co-edifor OT "Frosh Bash," AWS ArT commiTTee member, on Office Per- sonnel., and a March of Dimes solicifor .... Comedian K CHORLTON already has earned himself fame in The baseball field .... Freshman Sfandards Chairman MARY JO CLEVELAND was also Publicify co- chairman Tor lvleany'Marquee, a member of AWS House Announcemenfs commiTTee, a member of ASUW Files commiTTee, and a scripfer-and performer, Too-in The hilarious Freshman sl4iT for Song and STunT NighT. . . . BILL GALLACCI is an arTisT and helper-oufer such as has rarely been seen in The Tyee office .... CAROLYN HICKOX has lenT her Talenfs To The work of such commiTTees as AWS ArT, AWS Concerfs, Office Per- sonnel, and House AnnouncemenTs .... DAYIS HOLCOMB has been up To her ears in jobs-carfooning for The Daily and for Columns, and secrefarying for The Thousand-Voice Chorus and ASUW Assemblies commiTTees. .. . Freshman ROLAND KIRKBY shows greaT abilify along Tracie and foofball lines .... PETE SALlviON'S champion swimming has won him an amazing sTacl4 of records-Pacific CoasT conference breasf- sfrolse, inT1'amural 50-yard breasT-sTrol4e, and The Canadian 40-, 50-, lOO- and ZOO-yard Tifles-and iT isn'T surprising Thai' he's parT of The champ inTramural Team .... A comer in basl-aefball is DON STEWART, who is also a member of Junior IFC. fre lzm IZ B K. N' 'M L 1 2' 'ae xy ' K , Q x V wkvd I ' . Y 412: 7 5 - W Q . 2, . ,., , 71, 3. V V ' LW. . . ' , 'WM W ' .- 'K if- vf , fi' f 'f 3Y4.,.""" ' WLQ?l2f5x."' Z cg , .X7 1 4 1 -"4 ' wwf., 523 '24,-.f 9 4 - ui. 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Blonde and lorainy Sylvia Nilsen ably served as ASUW secreTary, chairrnan oT sTudenT organizaTions and scholarship cornrniTTees and was awarded The AWS plaque as The ousTanding senior woman. RusTy Callow, ASUW PresidenT HSSUCIHTED STUDENTS UHIVEHSITU UF UJHSHIHGTUH ..iBrocI4 'Aida ViC'eaPif6Si3lefI+ Sylvia Nilsen ASUW Secl'e1'al'y Ivan Travis A+l1le+ic Business Manager Clyde Robinson ASUW Publicaiions Manager Lyle Goss General Manager, Booksiore Rolaeri' Sfeiner ASUW Accouniani' HSUUJ UFFICIHLS Harvey Cassill Wendell Broyles Beri Rose Charles Owens Direcior ofA+l1le+ics Assisianf Direcior of A+l'1lefics Manager, A+l1le+ic News Service ASUW Financial Counselor Marcia Kimball Jan Spawn Vivian Hayier Doyle Hoagland ASUW Office Cashier ASUW Requisifions' Clerk Secreiary io Financial Counselor Adrninisiralive Assisiani io +l1e Direcfor ofAll1le'Hcs BUHHD BUUHSTUHE BUHHD Phil Palmer, Rufh Allinglwam, Prof. Henry A. Burd, Donna Mueller, Prof. Donald Mackenzie and Prof. Curfis Vail. FIHHHCE HHD BUDGET Seafed: Mildred Gellermon, KCJ'l'l'll'O Kid- well, Harry Cross, Gordon Marckworfh. Sfanding: Bob Sfeiner, Dean Newhouse, Chuck Owens, Rusfy Callow, Jol1n Cor- laally, Harvey Cassill, Eric Denfon and Nelson Wal1lsfl'om. II7 UF UUHTHUL if fb ff Seafed: Mildred Gellerman and Rusfy Callow. Firsf dow: Jo Sylvia Nilsen, Donna Meuller, Marion Wilkeson, Madeline Jones and B Second row: Wing Luke, Brock Adams, Wally Funk, George Sainsbur fer and Herb Fuller. Third row: Prof. Allen Edwards, Prof. Harry Cross Don Barfholomew and Max Soriano. Nof picfurecl: Mrs. Margaref H. P. Everesf and Prof. Win Bird. 1 s u U1 cummmffs Com-95+ AWS Come,-+5 Sludenl Organizalions Froniz Jean Lincoln ancl Marilyn Bruce. Fronlz Nayna Frederick, W. G. Lufey and FI'0FI'f1 SYlViU Nil5ef'h.Cl'10il'm0f1i NGFICY Buck: Leon Riglwlrnire and Sieve Riclwarcls, Marilyn Heiber, chairman. Back: Bar- Lawlon and Barbara Hirsch. Back: Ells- clwairrnan. laara Bourne and Ka'l'l'aleen Munro. W0I'fl" VUCl"0f1 Gnd HOWUVCI Wl1elPleY- Il8 Publicarions Commi'Hee George B. Asiel, Harry Pafion, Wanda Gusiafson, Del McNuH', cahirman: Pai' Mos- ioslsy, Clyde Robinson and Billie Burkland. Noi piciured: H. P. Everesf, William Read, Marilyn Mafhis. Assemblies Sealed: Shirley Larimer, Barbara Caples, chairman: Dr. Helen Kahin and Lenore Thorn- lonfmjfandinga Jim Mergens, Prof. Charles Bowers-nan, I-larry S. Bauer, Lal'ry Smifh, Joe Hong, Prof. Richard Tyler, Dwighi Ball, Bob Weil, Bob Jensen and Marvin S+iII. Ac'rivi+y Files Fronh Mary Lou Sumner, Donna Bowers, Pai McLeod and Alice Cavin, chairman.. Back: Kayfie-Price, Carol Pierson, Pai- Nichols, ,Doro- fhy Davis and Esier Erford. Noi' picfured: Tobi Myers, Ginger-Wolf, Mary Lee Aclser and'iB'arbara Williams. - Homecoming Fronts Tom Whifney, John'O'Donnell, Dan Pulsifer and Jim Slayden, co-chairman: Chuck 'Moriarify and 'Hunier Simpson. Back: Jim Kclldal, .'Halfriei' Jorgensen, Barbara Affler- bachand 'Marilyn Heiber. 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K1 iff' 1E?:'..-3E? 3l,'i5g"'ff5 Kg f ' -, 'R , "'2::4f.g- fWf9'1"" T32 4.13 -45,14 M 3113. -,jg ' Wg, 4' ., 1' ' 1-' 2 PQ? '-1' f' 1 " ff.2f:ff9,' ' V if aw 5ff,'fimfg,1 1 rf' -wf.e:f',, vf .. W' -1 051' , . I ff, ,. - ,wwf - , ?'Qf v figf , ww, , W N 4' A555491 is ' G ' 1 . ,,. , f ,- ' ' 4. .,f., ,ff f ,, 1 1, . J-2 Af- X A j2'1":71' .Qi - 1 S: wa H W ' R-px. f-f ,f ,xfqgf 5 126' iw ff 09. .Lf . M. .,f A .vi uf: ,WM 'wif ., 4 , x x ,, ju if Q Q ' 5 NY ,f ' if ? Q + x. ,' Af .Aww X 4 fe- Af wik i ,ggi-qggia ' ' , .. x 1 ""-. 1 I 1 . .WT J ,, 1 -na' ' ' H y ,?j69.5w ff ww -""+?f?f ., ,I .df W- , Social Evenis Fron+: Mrs. Muriel Guberlef, Lee Saunders, Dean Gordon Marckwor'l'h, Brad French, Beify Pearson, Pele Melilz, Audrey Humason, BeHy Brokaw and Jim Weiss, chairman. Back: Janis Cooper, Herb Fuller, Velma Wasser, Be++y Schug, Flefcher Bur- rus, Ted Lee and Bob Waldo. High School Leaders' Conference Froni: Virginia Benson, John H. Jessup, Jerry Hielm and Peggy Joy. Back: Bill Shanafelf, Bob Waldo, Mark Hussman, Frank Seeley and Jim Harpole, chairman. Noi picfured: Lee Saunders, Harold Adams, Jim Mergens and Pai Greenwood. Union Building Sealed: Dick Sampson, chairman: Sigrid Carlson, Anne Adams and George Sainsbury. Sfanding: Chuck Owens, Ron Nece, Don Emanuels, Sian Ellexson, Dean Newhouse, Fosfer Anderson. Noi picfuredg Tad Davies, Mike Gragg, Nelson Wahl- sirom, Charles May. Campus Chesi Fronl: Mrs. Margarei Walfers, Anne Adams, Gloria Gasfon, Norm Israel, chairman, Don Van Arsdol. Back: Jim Overlock, Prof. Harry Bauer, Bob Carpenier, Jim Raley. Noi' picfuredz Emilie Mueller, Bob Shapion, Nancy Moffat A+hle+ic ' Fron'l': Max Soriano, chairman: Dick Everesf and Earl FeH'er. Back: Don Wold, Boody Gilberison and Don Hanson. I2l I 1 Radio Timolhy Hoey, Joan Mendenhall and Harry Knighl, chairman. Noi' picfuredz Gerry Leese, Ed Adams and Doug McCormick. Publicily Fronf: Ori Loffus, Richard F. Smifh, Helen Langer and Bob Whiling, chairman. Back: Jim Sluarl and Dan Coughlin. Winler Sporls Carnival Fronf: Aileen Jangard, Be'H'y Barkemeyer, Evva Islas, chairman, Alice Cowell and Marilyn Bruce. Back: Pal' Moslosky, Karl Neiely, AI Woolsey, Bob Powers and Janneffe Burr. Malamufes and Rally Girls Sealed: Barbara Whifehead, Jeanne O'Brien, Helen Langer and Mary Belle Becker. Sfanding: Jack Opperman, Larry Greene, Laird Koenig, Jack Hus'l'on and Jim Weiss. I22 Cullural Evenls Shirley Anderson, Mary Os+roo+, chairmang Hope L. Foofe, Alice Bean and Gil Beall. Noi picfurecl: Hazel Kinscella, Vicfor Sfeinbrieck, Barbara Bourne and Frank Norfon. Chorus of IOOO Voices Al Brevik, Beverly Clarke, Nancy Lawlon, Mike Reeder, Barbara Clarke and Dayis Holcomb. Elecfions and Legal ln1'erpre1'a'rions ' Rosalie Reichmulh, Brock Aclams, chairman, and Sluarl' Oles. l E . 'i l xl I l i i Fi 1 r Ski Lodge li Front D. M. Slephens, chairmang Dorofhy MacLean and John Murray. Back: Lee Links, L. W. Slevens 'i ancl Jean Albi. I23 !H'Mwsi'l5J Siilfxfzfwgm iii? IEGff5v!flfQQm All lB'fc5w1i1'ke Quad! lkwig IfIf61MLiVZk51i4,gfg' Qlbgmwg nm lM 1fg,gli'5VV I, H U MH f TCU W UW IW N IU? XJ .. - ?cqJ k.wvsQ My - 1 i A 1 -X 1 W W QQ? EMG! Some froierniiy men didn"r like 'fhe New, Look. Rekgious Emphasis Week commi+'ree meeis. 125 2 1 M k Mac-mxyk,kPak1Kqppa A1ephg 'Lugille BeHk,'?hogn6'1'ary dkueiirri ig. fqrgy dream gjrkjaxndx Don h"el'andV. HUJS VEUHH UIHSSER, Editor RUTH HLLIHGHHHI, Hssistant Editor Xb? fx all 'la' ?'X K4 sv NX P' icy .QQ -V.. 49 iv dbggxk fl ' E, .1 '-'KQV'-"::':-' QL XM xx AW S ,.. A 1 i i i .xi N g , i' ,I he s i 5 AWS Officers: Koiie McKeown, Marilyn Hieber, 4 Joan Campbell, Eileen Berry, Anne Adams -, :za ,ff lL'1 X Virginia Mackie Margie Anne Jenne Barbara Bourne Secrelary 'lo AWS Program Adviser Concerfs Aclviser CHBHIET Sealed: Madeline Jones, Jean Budde, Marilyn Hieber, Eileen Berry, Anne Adams and Barbara Afflerbach. Slancling: Belly Sie- verison, Emma Jelleberg, Lorraine Flower, Joan Campbell, Kafie Mc- Keown, Sylvia Nilsen, Jackie Nor- bacls and Percy Fox. l30 "-'E' 'T I l V- V V I V , , . , ,, ,,,,,, ., , I J Grace Alexander Caroliean Allan Marilyn Anderson Alice Bean Jean Bolger Eleanor Carlson Pa+sy Cobley Carol Crosby Dixie Dysarf Pa+ Engle Nayna Fredericks Carolyn Goff Migs Holland Peggy Joy Gerry Krum Nancy Lawlon Barbara Morgan Marianne Myers Jackie Parker Ellie Po+'rerud Nancy Ramal-:en Shirley Simmons ldalice Squire Belly Slevenson Marilyn Sfevenson Carol Sylliaasen Velma Wasser Doris Wells COUNCIL Hui 3 commmffs Masler Files Fashion Board Sylvia C. Jones, assisfanlg Marilyn Anderson, chairman: Nancy Fronl: Sally Chose, Belle Badraun. Middle: Doris Slearns MacKenzie. Noi' piclureclz Doris Arll, Fa'h'icia Baur, Berlha assisl'an'l'g Grace Alexander, chairman: Helen Langer, assisfam' Brink, Wanda Nance, Penny Pendlelon, assis+an'r. Back: 4Ru+l1 Davis, Jeanne Swain. Cons+i+u+ion Fronl: Pal Moslosky, assisfanfg Migs Holland, chairman: Dolores Weeks, assisfonl. Back: Joanne Kirkman, Pal' Lee, Alice Hail. Public Relaiions Fronl: Jean Moriarily, Barbara Andersen. Back: Barbara Jo Williams, assisfanlg Fay Nelson, Carol Jean Allan, Ci'lGlI'l'TlOI'l1 Florine Maiers, assislani, , Avocalional Fronlz Karen Eideg Eleanor Carlson, chairman, Charlyn Gibson, assisianf. Back: Joan Larnberfon, Helen Vealch. Facully-S+uclen+ Relalions J Fronl: Jean Lincoln, assisfanh Palsy Cobley, chairman, Nancy While, ossisf- anl'. Back: Gloria Glover, Mary Pai' Dugan, Barbara Wiggins, Pafricia Walker, Kafherine SuH'l1off, Toby Myers. , q Ari' Fronf: Donna Haskell, Yvonne Kincl, Helen Kizer, Janice Bailey, assislanlz Back: Barbaramliice, Barbara Whilehead, assislanfp Jean Bolger, chairman: Helen Race, Nancy Blume. Noi' picluredz Carla Cummins, assisfanfg Joan Lamberfon, Lois Borman, Nancy Lou Gellerman, Temple Wi'H'. M5394 Q 'gm N 1 Concerfs Froni: Margarel' Powers, Vivian Vaughan, Nayna Fredericks, chairman: Elsie Huskinson, assisiani: Emilie Mueller, Gloria Cava. Middle: Pal' Lee, Beverly Lockharf, Jean Wesfhoff, Barbara Wig- gins, Shirley Anclerson, Joan Kirberger. Back: Mary Oslroof, Jacqueline Slevens, Joan Niesen. Aciivilies Fronl: Jacqueline Dobson, assislanl: Laura Dousi, assisiani: Carol Crosby, chairman: Gail Zener. Back: Alayne Swanson, Donna Dyer, Carolyn Reeder, Mary Jane Shrewsbury. Noi Piciured: Barbara Ryberg. Fooiball Corsages is Fronl: Meno McLaughlin, Nancy Ramaker, chairman: Beverly Robinson assisfanf. Back: Beverly Lockharf, assisfanfg Gloria Becker, PaH'y Blackmore, BeH'y June EllioH'. Meany Marquee Joanne Clark, assislanl: Marianne Myers, chair- man: Janel Truebloocl, assislani. I34 Coed Counselors Fronf: Vicloria Wiley, assisfanig Marlha Poolfon, assisfanfg Nancy Lawfon, chairman, and Joice Eason. Back: Alexandra Morris, Helen Kizer, Marilyn Van Soelen, Marian Wafchie and Joan Bondy. Na+ picfuredz Mary Heg and Anabel Powell. Honor Gues'rs Front Donna Sfearns, Anne Mulvey, assisf- anh Ellie Pofferud, chairman, and Mary Jane Tierney. Back: Joanne Tarie, assislanfg Carol Miller, Donna Bower and Phyllis Pelerson. House Announcemenfs Fronf: Gerry Sfroud, BeHy Woodward, assisf- anh Doris Wells, chairman: Nancy Shulfz, assisfanf, and Dolores Anderson. Back: Joy Selig, Eleanor Garreff, Shirley Pelerson, Nan Heughan, Belly May Rapori, Liz Hurlbuf and Diane Morrow. Volunfeer Service Shirley Harrison, Joan Balzer, Alice Bean, chairman, Paffy Procfor, Ramona Mendes and Barbara Sheehan, l35 Scholarship Froni: Shirley Mullen, lclalice Squire, chairman: Mary Lou Ransick. Back: Joan Morse, Mary King, Mary Veva Templefon, assisianfg Joan Brady, assisfanf. Noi Pic- luredz Solveig lvarsson, assisfonlg Kafh- erine Griffin. 7 Office Personnel Barbara Viele, assisfanfg Pai' Engle, chair- rnang PaHy Procfor, assislanl. I+ ls Done Froni: Dolores Anderson, Jackie Parker. chairman: Nancy Harrison. Back: Mary Pal Dugan, Marilyn Planf, Barbara Charles, Joanne Campion. Noi picfurecl: Mary Mossman, assisfanl. Orienlalion K Fronf: Margery Lomax, Carolyn Goff, chairman, Dolores Weeks, assisfanf. Back: Elizabefh McNamee, Jean Wes+hofF. Nol- picfuredx Migs Holland, assis'l'an'l': Mary Maxwell. I36 Vocaiional Frances Joslin, assislcinf, and Shirley Simmons chairman. Deparimenlal Survey Front Florila Oien, assisianfg Peggy Joy, chairman: Rufh Salmon. Back: Beverly Brooks, Mary Anne Nedrud, Shirley Har+, Joan Ken- nedy, Eleanor GarreH. I. W. A. W. S. Fronl': Nancy Slayclen, Belly Sfevenson, choir- mang Norma Marfin, Jean Lawfon. Back: Arline Noonan, Connie Halier, BeHy Jo Schug, Helen McKeever, Lynn Rolh. Noi pic- iurecl: Peggy Evans, Alice Casflin. Sianclords Front Margarei' Farwell, Madeline Jones, Iclalice Squire, Donna Mueller. Back: Bar- bara Morgan, Velma Wosser, chairman, Helen Veaich, Kaiie McKeown. Noi' piciureclz Trish Lovell Roberlson, Marion Willaeson, Harriel Jorgenson, Polly Klein, Sylvia Nilsen, Joan Campbell. . ' Ee? ,, 4 S ' sf Social Froniz Margarel Fernyhough, Dixie Dy- sarl, chairman: Mary Ann Clawson. Back: Par Miller, Arfis Brown, Pai Lynch, assisf- anfg Mariana Thompson, assislanl. College Days Fronl: Nancy MacFadden, Beverlee Moore, assisianf. Middle: Donna Sinclair, assislanfg Amy Lee Hoyl, Norma Marlin. Back: Marilyn Bruce, Gerry Krum, chair- man, Eileen Eubanl-1. Noi' picfured: PaHy Blackmore, Allison Beezer, Belly Brewsler. Eleclions Fron'l': Norma Ramlnerg, Barbara Hodges. Back: Elizabelh McNamee, assisfanlq Carol Sylliassen, chairman, Mary Max- well, assislanr. 9-vm Freshman Slanclards Peggy Hardman, assisfanfg Barbara Mor- gan, chairmang Margery Lomax, assislanl' E l A1 fhe AWS Sclwolarship Banquel-Lefl: Migs Holland, Belly Sfevenson ancl Barbara Afflerlaachg Cenler: Jo- anne Tarfe, Solveig lvarsson, Velma Wasser, Norma Marlin ancl DeDe Weeks, new AWS officersg Riglvl: Sylvia Nilsen and Dee Squire. +HllIS CHHDIDS N AWS Faculiy lea l l l Rehearsal for 'The Mofher-Daugl'1'rer Sfyle Show lea I39 my ly HITIS JIHI IIHHSE, Ediiur 5 1 f-N fqxsm Q X "iff K XBXXB, I N51 g yff Qi M i 4-lid I X 'MXN pa L' QX Q L, + 'Q - -C' "' " MAS Ramsay Sandelin chairman, Board of Dlrecfors Ma' ,f . ,,,f' . x v H X X, x X x X Aff l42 ,, BUHHD UF DIRECTORS Del McNuH', Board of Confrol represenfaiive "'m.,,hMH N 77? Pail 'Glibbsf vicerishairman Harry Knighf Max Soriano .,Alan'KIi1Ris Gil Cleasby Herb Ellison, secrefary io H18 Board I43 Billiards Tournamenl Charlie Pelerson, champion lriclc ar'Hs'l'g Pefer Neill, Universily champion, Bill VanNaHer, finalisl' in fhe AMS lournamenh Governor Mon C. Wallgi-en, champion amaleur. Meany Marquee Claylon Tang, John Kamb, Tom Bleakney, Jean Albi, chairman, Jerry Mar+in, Eivind Lange, Bari Eclgars, Bob Muclqleslone, Bob Goodfellow. Noi piciuredx Greg Zimmer, Ben Buslinduy. I44 Dick Dunning-ion, Adviser +o AMS - i l l l l l l ln'h'an1ural Trophy and A'rhle+ic Cliff Slnellon, Max Soriano, chairman7Jacl4 Schwabland and John Cockburn. Bowling League Dick Birchfielcl, Clive Wienlaer and George Baker, co-chairmen. High School Speakers Bill Robinson, chairman, Jerry Hagen, John Mucl4lesl'one,ancl John Sager. Nol- picluredx Bob Carpenier. Billiards Tournamenl' Sealed: AI Coles, Tad'Davies, chairman, and OHO Enger. Siandingz Tyler Cave and Herb Angle. l45 Mo - J' lm, .J :mul , ,J eww... Fislfesl' Jim Granf, chairman: Bill Collins, Tom Rosier, Jerry Baillie. Bridge Tournameni Roger Lusswell, Ed Nachlwey, Bob Riche, fDon Olsen, Ron Holsinger, Gil Cleasby, chairman. Tyee Redisirilouiion Jim Culderhead, Bruce Keen, Bill Mulder, O'l"l'O Enger, Ari' Kinney, John Schaeffer, Carle Williams, Bruce King, Frank Cooper, sealed, Lee Lancas+er, chairman. A'rhle'l'ic Movies Bob Muckleslone, Sieve May, Jim Mer' gens, chairman, Harold Peferson. Noi picfuredz Gordon Cook. I46 Bridge lnsfrucfion Joan Lomberfon, Roger Johnson, AMS choirmang Ellie Carlson, AWS chairman: Helen Veaich, Bob McLean and Charlyn Gibson. Noi picfured: Wil- bur Lowe, Sfuorf Nachfwey, Donn Larson and Karen Eicle. Public Relafions John Cockburn, Eivind Lange, Sieve May and Ray Elder, chairman. Noi picfured: Dave Hariley. AMS Fis'rfes+ Lighfweighh Dan Peek, champ, and Ari Coile. Senior Welferweighfz Dean Spurgeon and Ari' Huf- lon, champ. Middleweighiz Myron Ringslad, champ, and Roger Lassell. Unlimiled: John Prechek, champ, and Dmi+ri Tadich. PUBLICHTIUHS 4-vm x Y Kfnzvy LN, HHHHIET wmsfnsun, fnlma rf ., 3, Q 4,44 Y "W .v A . , I 1' -1' v-47 ' ,, 'Vx , . fifq . 3 ,f '1 ' I P' .hw ' '- mix, . J 3' '-' ' q 4 4 , ' 1 v 0 J 1 J ir i wh Aw M7 i Q2 44 . . 1 QQ . , ' ' I i Vn u jww V Qlii, E V I A N f o f i5 5 my f w I wr Sgr N 1V,. ' 1 1 6 I , tuart, Pollock amed 194 -48 D ily Edito fo Veler aophyle 1 Daily Journalisls ans Guide ' ' ' Ma neuvers Daily Shack's "new looku didn't bother two conserva- itors like Jim Stuart and Bill Pollock. y didn't let the new desks, snazzy mat-lined walls, n blinds or neat U. P. machine swerve their policy for ant. Both Jim and Bill constantly quieted publicity and political groups roaching all controver- .les undramatically. l on bombast, long on Jim acted the role of a d Scot fexcept at the journalism parties, he proved himself a ent cook with a clever f humorj. ing the reins from Sep- until the middle of ry, Jim introduced two staffs to the trials of vriting, copy reading, ako-up, headline sched- 'ire copy and photog- ntered the University all of 1941, spent three n the service and re- the school of journal- March of 1946. Last 2 was given the "top award which is pre- annually to the most ding student in Daily :ly assisting Jim was t Carol Murdock, who tedious job of reading lrrecting more than words of copy daily. lr closest friends knew et, because she worked and with dispatch. ret--Carol is as inde- as the New York n a conscientious day, :nt as a page from e and as humorous as n. :ke her schedule even trenuous, Carol also as president of Theta ?hi, wumen's journal- lorary. fer-Bill Pollock L' the second half of rds Given ourualists 'ship and honor award de Inst night at the Publia anquel at thc Faculty clu landing students in th journalism for their wur le year, ap flight" award, given ld ent outstanding in Daily s given lo Jim Stuart. The as inaugurated three years me Daily staff and is made isis of votes by Daily staff appraising cooperation. re- ancl quality and quantity by Daily writers. Doble Mem' ip aw- eat vard g ser k Rys edges 3 vomenr e anno J Clark, l Meserve al Mostos ew pledges women's n norary are biach and l ges to Slgm. .viously had were given rilql Tau Alpha, nalli lnorary, presenlet a Krohn and Doro Publication nwnrn sented lo scyernl been on the stu!! llumns and 'Wee fo yearn. I the school year it was Editor iBill PolIock's wife who felt ' the hardship of JJ, for she had the job of reheating BiIl's din- ner continually throughout the spring months. Practical as a lock on the door, Bill managed to keep? the Daily on an even keel by' going on the assumption that facts, organization and hard work make a workable substi-A tute for what he termed "idealistic poppycockf' This blond, pipe smoking journalist transferred from Whitman college at Walla Walla in the fall of 1942, spent his war service with the air corps and re-entered the University in the summer of 1946. Helping Bill guide two groups of neophyte writers through several attacks of spring fever was genial Dan McDonough, converted sports editor. As durable as plexi- zlass and equally hearty, Dan consistently managed the copy desk in an intelligent manner. Dan served on the Daily staff in 1942 in addition to his work during his JJ year when he returned from the army, For that needed bit of ad- vice, clever headline or inge- :liuos page make-up just be- fore the final deadline, editors end reporters alike turned 'laily to Mr. George B. Astel, fondly known as "Mr. A." Under this affable advisor with his odoriferous cigars, even the type-setters' strike didn't cause the Daily to miss rs, X'-, x., 'mu cv RF' IA- Jim S-fuql'-I' Pollock Don McDonough 590196 ASTSI Carol Murdock Hlrlialist Medical School Tests Q,-de,-S Rain Board of Control to Vote ' ' , lCf1fS,D08 F M10 t d t-F ult Advisol ,,e,,,,,,,m,,St,,,t AHSVICWS New Cancer Methods lOn zoo Lab H U CH HC Y . Seeking a more thorough evaluation of the new "smear"' 'ND hlllldfffd dogfffhi 400 Squid' technique for diagnosing cancer, a single edition. For Hzt Parade Sprlnz mining ms begun for all muslclnns taking part In the Hit Parade due on the Manny hrlll stage next month. All voeallsts who audllloned last wr-ck. and others ye! unheard, will ment for their flrsl, rehezr- sel nt 4 p.nL today In 101 Johnson hall. Until ihe show appears. rehearsals will be held ovary Tuesday and Thursday-at the same limo and plane. Zlcvcrsing last week's sltuatlw' Here Toda R. H, Markham, recently ex- pelled from the Ballmns by the Russians and for twenty years correspondent for the Christian S c i e n c e Monitor, ilvill make lwrl speeches on campus 1 -Uday. Fur an ASUW assembly al ll 1 Q.. m. in 233 Savory hall he will lec- lture on "An Appeal to Common Selle:-Simple Axiums on Which the music department vide the music K lf possible :- . col- udy of lhc s- tedious and in- ur, chlpps said, We Must Base Our Judgment nr nmmunlsmf' Al eight rfcluck tonight ln Gug- iheim hall he will make a re-port. the Political and economic con- ns in Communist Europe. I rlcham, while in Bulgaria in 'ol-king as editor of a mission -lical paper, was forced to his position because of his opposition lo the brutnl ln uf peasants und work- nscist-llke regime. un-ance on campus is un- sploci nf the department uraltin-n and thc school m. Prol. Vernun Mc- bu Chalrrrlan ul' the lagcnheim hall. v Open, Ytakes has been estab- ersily through e buildings ans . 1-epresente tuoutlng lo l the chain 'dined her arca. pre- ilh Wash- 'lost pll. alcd in except the ..e ASUW lounge. .fmnl:mbxs.vswHonl:.w and John O'D0l'mCll is in charge of the freshmen. "Were dcilmlcly on Lim lqgkgug lvl' any latent Lalen: th,-1 may ba lurking around campus cnrridorsf' rk on the proxecl is being cur- ' consumes R. Halter. 5'-ublicii,-' ravd --ul under u 58,4110 grant frnm me United suites bureau at publ U- ?::2llih. chnlrmsn. disclnsed. urggnq. mms:- cally or dramatically incllzwrzl siua dems to sian up with thvir cl-iss ..-...:s.. -.,.A:--l .-,.l..,.,.i i.-..,. ,- +....l -..1 ,. i,...,.- -Mis l..:..i ,.....l: pathologists of the Uni- ZDD cms, ltll pigeons. 50 cock ronnhcs, 400 crayfish, 12 turtles. 40 lrogs, -l00 grasshuppers. 10 sacks o clams. Theyro not the ingredients for wallet cure :lr props for witches in campus production ol 'Macluetl-l, but an accounting of lower anim: me that quarterly add Lheir bit t versity Health center. Establishment of a student-faculty Msafety council" ma be made next week if the ASUW Board of Control volesl accept the proposal of Dr. Lee Powers, director of the Un In his plan, which is being studied by the Boards eleclirlr and legal interpretations com-4f-""- -""" me diffusion or knowledge in thmittee, Dr. Powers suggested R ' ' 200lf'!Y dePUf'-men? A that the student legislative! sidered from bfologmal su lu set up an advisory board tn l D concerns. these animals soon -.Q . ' tribute practical knowledge l ginniug and advanced zoolof dents who dissect them an them as actual organism' than as illustrations in 5 book. Smaller life, of col be viewed through a mls Amoeba Fly W Muny oi the sea cv taken in the waters o ern San Juan island concern. Others co' cago, as do amoeba l though the lows! f the fastest transpa sent air mall sp the Zoology depzl Most of th s students. Fsory bou ' -1 .-..,, .fs- e sea 2 but are put il reshr Pullman Congregational church and- nnted recreation leader in the Northwest. Men from the University taking part in the program include the Rev, Thomas J, Morrison. director of Newman club: Dr. Howard H. Preston. dean of the college nt emma omlcs and business, and Dr. Prank G, Williston, associate professor of Far Fasten: studies, To Dlsrlsi A-Bomb Dr. Lauren R. Donaldson. asso- ciate professor ot fisheries. will d.L1- cus: the atomic bomb. and Herbert Hxvehmer, assistant professor of general engineering who knew Adolph Hitler personally, will speak nn the re-education ol German youth. Simultaneous Roman Catholic. Jewish and Prolestant worsniu 1 3 I I 1 "Sl,-ng and Stunt- 539:1- sored by Town club. will bglpre- sented Februa:.y.l3.-in Mein! hall. New History Book Bj Dr. PilI'l'illgf.Oll Dr. Vemon L.. Farrington, Jr. son of the Late noted author and professor, Vernon L, Parrinxlron recently has published his new book ol American inslory, "Amer- ican Dreams. A Study of Amerlcwl. Ulnpiasj' Er, Farrington. mns:ar in hifwr.-' and English al the Llkeside schuol ssenl s:vc:al yours rlr research -rf P 1 the lield or Amerlf-in hlqm-y w.,, fore etliirng his book. Thr: tres? au... library p struclors have ., for this purpose, 'l.il:rnrians will explain the tion ol lhc different sections with-l in the library and how to use them' " '- The use of lhe periodical tiles is PH 'wwf' explained in some detail to aid the """ Pwsmml' Teaches Coxwen. t d ts' r ' th' fret mn- These iedures replace me ww: .-:wane-id degree at the University. held during Freshman week before 'V' 'clcwm 'UfnmEnaa""" 'H' the war. iltee I . t-'wie c nsmx .llfln nf nmulvll re- a liaison between thclsl ld I IPS Ready This Fridav J :ll first da he the 1-'rin l und ilvi will be i s, nnly ull' iw cards 1 K Tnl'l0t', If?" uurznl li .u reuister iw' Noll-iff will if lu mir may flbullll ll? kets by wrillnalf location hull. Enllll l up mailed uw'-'l' with admission hiillli rmen Named All-University Productwl lens for the l948 production' mg and Sp1r.',.Nl-1tl.lletlfv1V1 fuffed birds and -mounted anim' ln aaalllfm sllpp conducted ll F' cesslul wildflower dlilllay. SW' 1,1 his equal-rum mauueemenl W Emma bi 1.he.rec-lrd -if midi' fmissiuns which ul nm r-xuuedll' 1-ly previnu: yciir. 1 I Cufherine Anderson Bgnnick Bgrbqrq Cqples DGHEBISOI1 Jack Doherfy Jim Hamilfon June Hcndeland Barney Harvey Pefer Hayes - Roberi' Herifzler Richard Kennewick Alberl Kuhlman Michael McCauley ,James King Elwyn Lulkin Fred McCormick Mariorie Moon William Nessly, Jdhn Newland Barbara Nielsen Gordon Parker N Al+on Perrin Ralph Perry Berlwadell Rama Au HINGS Roberf Johnson and Roberi' Siein, "Cf All Things," 'Edifors Robei-+ Reed John Richardson Herber+ Sears Jeanne Sfcxnley Robe.-+1 S-rein Demi! Wq+el.s John Williams Connie Wilson John VonDevan+er Doris Vining CKWELL ' 3 I ' il 'qi' QTRA l l t. Sweet. Cal! - 7057. L THE HORN Zhevaliers l i l I l X. 'X XX NS DAILY SALES REPORT -. X Salesman -Ns.. XX S, :Ti N Y 1 T 0. oli xvunis 0 be 1l15,,,t ,M m. iw Mm, td- !f23fC,..,5 :"'4""Va..NWm ? fl . Wed' ' N-Nix'---W. -V L5 El, flrurs. 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DOF' KWH- AdV9l'i'l5lnQ Manager Carl Bengfson, Adverlising Manager Orion Loflhus, Nclional Aclverfising Manager Mary Ann Ademino, Classified Manager , WW ?....1 ,f Nadine MUYGI' Lynn Ro+l1 Daily Solicifors Jim Hyde, Ele Swanson and Don Krall . .s AD STAFF Delores Brown Evelyn Ann Case Marguerife Davis Jon Faulkner AM Hoag Bud Hurwifz Julian Lewis Orion Loffhus Hal Moeller Esiher Murphy ' gl """""' ' """""""'x"'4""""'i"'-4"" l , J- I . 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I Billie Burkland, office manager, and Keifh Grim, adverfising manager Janef Dowd, Edifor When a rumbling, good-nafured chuckle rolls from fhe Tyee office, Lewis Hall smiles and knowingly credifs if fo fhe Tyee edifor, Janef Dowd. ln fhe glass-paneled, music-filled office, copy wrifers, arf- isfs, secfion edifors, and office workers alike furn fo Jan for advice abouf arf, layoufs, phofography, and indexing-and she amazes fhem all by solving m'osf of fhese quesfions by a quick manipulafion of her proporfion wheel. So many volumes have been wriffen abouf AssociafeEdifor Marilyn Mafhis fhaf if's difficulf fo wrife an original line abouf her. However, in fhis Tyee posifion, as in all her acfivifies, she's a iill of all frades-prodding secfion edifors fo gef in fhe copy, doing leffering, fyping, copy reading, pasfing, and so on far info fhe nighf. Marilyn Mafhis, Associolfe Edifor lYGl'5S0f1. 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Le'H: Log Roller McGonigal slays afloat Right A power saw dem- ons'rraHon gels a'Hen'Hon. LeH: Good service by Charlie al +l1e"Loggers' Brawl." Riglrl: Mc- Gonigal and Jay Howarih going under. l9O NWNQ lllllllll llll lllEIl'S DIVISIUH lllllllllli llEllH THU llEllH Fronf: Wall Bell, Clark Davis, Bob Shaplon, Bill Sill, Bill Copps, Bob Schroeder, Jim Briggs, Ash- ley Cash and Earle Zander. Back: Jim Slevens, Dick Dunningfon, Larry Smifh, John Corbeli, El- wood Walls, Harry Meixner, Wes Carfer and Fred Weslrom. llIUlllElI'S DIVISIUH lllllllllll in ,HHPPH HHPPH UHIHHIH Fronl: Polly Sufherland, Peggy Evans, Janel Dowd, Polly Davis, Marilyn Wilson, song leader, Allison Smilh, Mary Marble, Barbara Quinn, Claire Thompson and Shirley Krehbiel. Back: Mary Kay Lanlz, Norma DeLong, Polly Keifh, Marlha Umphrey, Margoref Lundberg, Marilyn Smilh, Virginia Drumheller, Marilyn Murray, Bobby Neils and Gerry Krum. l9I EHMIHIS llllll lllll llllllll Leif: Two cufies aboarcl ihe Bela Theia Pi-Kappa Alpha Theia gam- bling ship. Cenrer: Kay Bricker, Pafsy Barreirl' and Pai' Mager, Al- pha Xi Delfas. Right Seen al 'I'he Sigma Nu-Chi Omega wild wesi saloon were Barbara Royal and Bill Herzog: a real live horse also was 'Fea'l'ured. Lefl: Lambda Chi Alphas and Delia Gammas conlrive more ways lo snag sludenis' money for a good cause wifh 'lheir "Campus Caba- ret" Righf: Capfain Kidd and company on ihe Della Chi-Kappa Delia pirafe ship. Leffz Everyone was crazy 'bou+ horses a+ +he Sigma Alpha Epsilon- Alpha Phi "Shor+acres." Rig h+: Sicleshows and everyihing al lhe Kappa Sigma-Alpha Xi Delia cir- cus. I92 INIIIINHIIIINIII UIINIIIIII Left Nadine Louie plays fhe Chinese bu'HerfIy harp. Cenrerz Mohi Mukerii and Nazir Joirazbhoy, foreground, play and sing Indian folksongs. Righi: John Puinam, I'he bagpipe player, wifh Anifa Villar, Philippine Islands, in fhe lefr back- ground. Leif: Indian sfudenfs on slage wifh 'rheir parl of Ihe banquef enI'erI'ainmeni. Righlz In'rernaI'ionaI Banquef-goers a+ dinner. Leflz The Promenaders enferfain wilh American folk dances before The banquet Righf: Lola Johnson, Lillian Johnson and Pauline Brockman, high school sfudenfs, play accordion music for The diners. 193 MUSIC, DHHHIH HND nlscussmn fri mul :annum 'vf.:-uarsnxu..-aJ':.1uL.:n1 n:ulni:1.L. MARK REED'S humorous iouch is in evidence in "PeHicoa+ Fever" as he creafes a love lriangle for Das- com Dinsmore, a lonesome wireless operafor sfafioned on fhe coasl' of Labrador. Amusing complicafions arise when Dinsmore falls in love wi'rh anofher man's fiancee. Pic- fured a+ righf are Chris Hansen, Shirley Krehbiel and Roberi' Jack- , 5 ze ' 171. .,, ,4 I'-76 M ,i 1 s l a s l Ii Q ..,, 9 all fsnrsnfs ifg ff , is s.,, Mmsfeiwuwwwsniffiiig' l 5 I 1. fi f I JRICE ARGENT and Painciaiiifyhn lal' leffl are fealured in i 's suspense drama, ",EscQp.-g." The lalay is made 'F "f"' " scenes depicfing fhe advenlures of a young mcin who hrough ' ' 2 finds himself in jail. Thesplsy deals wi+hs'I-l'revv2:1l'ious isodes escape and evenfual capfure. Below is a -fense scene f om The ss. s i Y AA- 5 A-Lgzwrk ,QV 'J kv, ,'f.: M. -WQQ nu? Q wif, .fx-fx, . M - 1 E --- . :.-. 4' ,jf 5 f' If 'fl ' Qvnmlxzcmf 'frm-fw"' M ' ' ' ' ' L- " Aix? N' f , ' vf ... A NEW INTEREST AT The ShowbooT Tor The posT Two yecurs hos been producTions oT shows Tor children. EnchonTing Toiry Toles presenTed To SeoTTle school children were drornoTized enTirely by sTudenTs oT The School oT Drorno under The direcTion oT Mrs. Borboro Foley. "l.lTTLE LEE BO-BO," seT in ci colorTul ond exoTic represenToTion oT ChinoTown, Teo- Tured MordeTTe Turner, Noncy Groves, JclneT Wollser, Will Klump ond Vivion Brown. The ploy concerns The odvenTures oT o srnoll group oT Chinese children ond Their whiTe ployrnoTe when one oT Their cherished ob- iecTs is sTolen, ond Their deTecTive gorne in Trying To discover The ThieT. CHILDRHVSTHEHTHE ONE OF Tl-lE GAYEST ond rnosT colorTul producTions wos "The Squire's Bride," Teo- Turing Jeon l-lowell ond Jirn Andrews, pic- Tured in The inseT. The sTory Tollows The Squire in his oTTernpT To Tind o bride, ond ChrisTino in her oTTempT To rnolae o Tool OT him ond geT inTo 1-nischieT in general. When CloverleoT, o horse, Tolqes The young girl's ploce in The wedding, boTh cosT ond oudi- ence hove o hilorious Tirne. Rumpleshllskln All Baba, Cinderella, and ofher 'FGYOII'l'6 puppels come fo life under +he skillful guidance of Aurora Valenl'ineH'i. ln fhis laborafory, she reaches her pupils 'the arf of manipulafing bo'rh hand and sfrlng puppeis. Rumpelshllslmn presenled al 'lhe Showboal' Thealre s by fhe puppelry sfudenls, delighled bo+h young and old Almosf as old as man himself, fhe arf of pup- pelry has produced many weird and fascina+ing 'roles and has kepf much ancienf 'foll-:lore alive. IN Tl-llf BASEMENT OF DENNY HALL, Cl large roorn dominaled in spirir and in loci by dolls, houses lhe puppel laboralory. ln 'rhe middle ol rhis busy loyland are found curl and drarna sludenls conslrucling pup- pers. Sludenls learn 'ro design. build and monipulale The wooden aclors. Plays are wrilren and produced in +he laboralory, and lwo hand-pupper shows are produced and presenled yearly 'ro Seallle school children. PUPPETRU Aurora Valen'l'ine'H'i, puppefry lab insrruclor, keeps her slu- denfs busy making puppels and producing shows. 20l gb .1 1 3 . , , , J.. , Lf. . 5,4 w. V A ., ' f. filiwf L, af ' f ,A .if 5 i A . IHHHCHIHG BHHD A COLORFUL, VOLUNTARY ORGAN- IZATION, The Universily band, under The direclion of Waller' Wellee, added a greal deal ol enlhusiasm al garnes during The fall foolrball season. One hundred pieces slrong, lhe band perlorrned dillicull marching ma- neuvers in conneclion wilh ca rd slunls a+ Jrhe games. CHEEH LEHDEHS Fronh Aileen Jangarcl, Helen Langer, Bar- bara Whifehead and Lynn Rolh. Back: Jim Granf, Wolf Tobiason, Pal' O'Flcher+y, Bill Beneclici' and Gordy Culp. 202 HPLLU GIRLS Fronh Norma DeLong, Mary Belle Becker, Nancy Ramaker, Polly Fohn, Jeanne O'Brien, Mary Maxwell and Nancy Sclwulhc. Back: Marilyn Hieber, Aileen Jangard, Carol Cow- an, Helen Langer, Lynn Roflw and Barbara Whifel-lead. THUUSHHD VUICE CHORUS lnseh Emily Timmins ,Q1, .. CONSISTING OF NINETY MEMBERS possessing C1 won- derful spirir and C1 willingness +0 work, The Universiry Sym- phony, unclerfhe direcfion O'1:PI'O'FGSSOI' Kirchner, presenJred four successful concerlrs 0+ Meony Hall. A C:hl'iS'l'ITIC1S pro- gram for rhe benefir of Jrhe Childrens Orrhopedic hospirol was presenred In December wirh several orher Universilry rnusicol orgcxnizcxhons. nnrsxn 1 Prof. George C. Kirchner 204 mu H ' IIIIIIIIII , XII. Zino Fl'C1f'Ce5CoIh Guiomdl' Nadine Conner 56+ Svonh0Im 205 Novaei Mig SIavenSI'-0 FIVE TIMES DURING This e U ' y ar nlversiTy sTudenTs Temporarily Turned Trom sTudies To enjoy The cuITuraI side oT coIIege as The AWS ConcerT serie ' ' nowned arTisTs. s piesenTed Tive re- Opening The series on November I4, Zino FrancescaTTi, Tarned French vioIinisT, charm d IVI ' e eany I-IaII audiences wiTh his excepTionaI Technique and Tone IVI' SI . ia a- vensiaa, prirna ballerina oT The BaIIeT Russe IoroughT her own dance company and ThriIIed specTaTors wiTh her perTorn'iance aT SaIome.N G T9 isT, perTorrned beTore a house which praised her excellenr expression. Soprano Nadine Conner enTerTained aT IVIeany on March 4 wiTh operaTic arias and modern American songs. ConcIuding The concerT se ' ries was SeT Svanholm, Swedish Tenor who scored a hiT in New York IasT year and sang here April 2. uiomar Novaes, briIIianT BraziIian ian- Women's Glee Club Wilma Hamil+on,'Be'H'y Young, Joyce Rowan, Arclell Nelson, Billie Melis, Joan Pacie, Plnyliss VeHer, Eloise Tweii, Lillian Vinceni' and Clarice Loren, accompanisi-. GLEE CLUBS Clwrisfmas Caroling All kincls of new musical evenfs occurred on +l1e campus, including 'l'l1e Cl1ris+mc1s carolers, a group of music enfhusiasfs, presenfed a Chrisfmas program 'lo sfudenfs siuclying al' +l1e library for 'Finals before lhe season's holidays. l Men's Glee Club MELODIOUS CONCERT music, bolh classical and semi-popular, is a frademark of 'Phe Men's Glee club, direcied by Charles Lawrence. Wifh fheir new whi+e swealers, adorned wifh pul'ple and gold emblems, fhe group will -Your Alaska during lhe summer. UHIVEHSITU SIHGEHS Mixed Chorus ONE OF WASHINGTON'S oufslanding vocal organizalions, also under +I-ie direcfion of Professor Lawrence, 'Phe Mixed Chorus, sang in fhe musi- cal produciion, "Odysseus" and 'rhe Chris+mas benefi+ concerf, as well os preseniing several musical recifals during ihe year. I Discussion sssurs SPEAKING ON 'll-IE QUESTION, "By WhaT Means Can We BesT Improve Labor- ivlanagemenlr RelaTions," The Women's Public Discussion group, under The guidance ol Tom Nielsen, TaculTy coach, and Jo Garland, sTudenT chairman, meT over 60 engage- menTs during The year. Speaking mainly To service clubs and business groups, They made special Trips ThroughouT WashingTon, Oregon and BriTish Columbia. The ivlen's Public Discussion group wenT inTo Tull baTTle This year when They dis- cussed "The Means by Which The UniTed STaTes Should SupporT Democracy in The World Today." Under The guidance oi Orville Pence, TaculTy adviser, and Dave Wood- bridge, sTudenT manager, The group spolse lo Thousands in Washinglron, Oregon, Cali- Tornia and BriTish Columbia. Women's Public Discussion MargareT Lundberg, Dolores Decker, JaneT SmiTh, Arliss WrighT, Joyce D. Tay- lor, Tom Nielson, faculTy adviser, and Jo Garland, chairman. Men's Public Discussion FronT: Ray PeTerson, Orville Pence, f11culTy adviser: H. Vancil and LeRoy Rambeck. Back: Gerald Kessler, Irving Handlin, Norman Carlsen, Tom Grove, LesTer Miller and Dave Woodbridge, manager. 208 Religious Discussion FronT: Ray Padvorac, chairman, Bill Mc- Alisfer and Ken Peferson. Back: Don Osborne, Adelle RingsTrom, ScoTT Wilson, Gerd PoliTz, JoAnn STover and R. M. Murphy, TaculTy adviser. ff lc 2 my STaTe Resources Al Long, Bob LehTo, George Blomdahl, GilberT Keyes, Bob CarpenTer, MargueriTe STumer, Ralph STevens, Carl A. PiTT, Tac- ulTy adviser, and Tracy Owen. BECAUSE PEOPLE ALWAYS LIKE To Tell oThers whor They Thinls, There are Two oTher imporTanT discussion groups on The campus. The STaTe Resources group wiTh Carl PiTT, TaculTy adviser, Travel ThroughouT The sTaTe discussing The possibiliTies oT The develop- menT oT WashingTon sTaTe resources. They appear beTore many oi The main service groups and civic clubs OT The sTaTe, discussing power, Tishing, lumber and oTher Topics oT viTol inTeresT To ciTizens oT WashingTon. "WhaT ls The Role oT The Church in lnTernaTional RelaTions" was The Topic oT The Religious Uiscussion group This year, as They also spolse To many civic groups in SeaTTle and ThroughouT The sTc1Te. 209 x, SCHULHHSHIP BEHHU UHVIS, Edlinr 2I0 S6 1 . 325,123 - fy, Gi' V '52, 15. .5 5 :ww en, 4 '42 Y ' A W X X :X 1 sh ' A x N X X Xb?-hx be 593 x W M Xb X, WK 'ax N 'X X 4 vm X X Q N f W an X U mY' A ' Q Q R X . 'K . ' Zi A 'U . , 'W' pk 1 'ia he di he lem, 5- N4 IIS 39 .r e- .. ul la :u 47 was al engi- ro chil- frchanl nily re- ' exlra- Sigma l.R.C. well as s major l Soph- anf fwo collegel enl, he nd is on lub. .-....-.,...,.i,.,, , . , 'T Roberi' Pacquer , 1 l f PIlESlDElll'S Hllll FHCULTU HIEUHLISTS Carroll Frank ' l -' ,, 1-if: ff'-1:-" af-"ia':11riEf-f . ,K , , ' l 1. f..-V.. .M-.f , ' f I E. LV V -Ji ,... ,1,,.,,..-,,,..- -1- , WT.. V .l , Hp. -.-ner-an 5 1:-up!-1-ahgy-,gn-an-fe Brock Adams JUNIORS Harold Haynes, Roberf Robinson, Richard Solibakke Roberf Wesllake. Noi piclured: Roberi Biskie, Janice Davis, Arlhur Den ker, Ralph Freedman, Joseph Gamble, Arlhur Hari, Jean Huoi, Roberl Kraff, Dean Loney, lvar Osllund Wayne Sandslrom, Ernesl' Schlesinger, Alberi Schoyen SOPHOMORES Firsl' Row: Belly Cowell, Paul Diers, Jean Julian, Waller Koenig, Norma Nielsen, Philip Palmer, Gordon Parker. Second Row: David Robinson, Roberl Sfeele, Lenore Thornlon. Nol' picfured: Roberi Banks, James Braman, Barrie Brunel, Fred Darvill, John Dunn, Roberi Easfman, Jack Fullon, William Gales, Frank Grimsby, Frank Hudson, Bruce Kenyon, Joyce McFaie, Ralph Malsen, Arlo Myers, Alvin Novack, George Solomon, Ernesf Siiefel, Augusf S1'rea+er, William Thon, Keiih VanKrevlen, Theodore Wesi. LUIHHERS Ui CERTIFICHTES Ui HIGH SCHULHHSH FRESHMEN Firsi Row: Barbara Ba+es, William Dickey, Ruby Dickinson, Roberl' Fi+hian. Second Row: Prosper Hill, Frank Keeney, Jacqueline Lyon, Francis Norlon, John Opperman, Richard Pafon, Charles Sfasfny. Noi piciuredz John Barr, Roger Berglund, Leroy Bonnicksen, Ted Crail, Wilbur Crimmin, Clayion Dawson, Herman Defering, Dee Eberhari, Joan Fries, Harry Handler, Alan Harnish, Jack Helmann, Bruce Kenyon, Hallon McQueen, Cleon Mackliel, Vernald Macklief, Richard Merrifield, Joyce Meyer, Edward Novack, John Palmer, Alonzo Pruler, Roberf Rodman, Alvin Schnilzler, James Scoll, Edward Scribner, Neil Smifh, George Sfelson, Gordon Wriggle, Roberl Wrighf. J, Q HIIIIIIHS IISI 19454941 UHUEHBHHUUHIE Freshmen Andrews, Jean Armslrong, Arlhur Auvil, Kennelh Barr, John Bales, Barbara. Biork, Amy Bowers, John Brown, Jack Brudevold, Sigmund Burroughs, Horace Calene, John Carlson, Eric Chan, Warren Cheney, George Cohn, Sarale Cook, Edmund Crail, Ted Crimmin, Wilbur Culp, Calvin Dahl, Monica Dawson, Claylon Dickinson, Ruby Dingle, Richard Duell, Gwendolyn English, Jane Englund, Roy Evanson, Nedra Finn, Dorcas Filhian, Roberl Fries, Joan Furno, Orlando Gross, George Hamillon, Helen Harnish, Alan Harris, Quinlan Harlmus, Peler Helmann, Jack Hill, Roberl Hodgins, Harold Holland, Mignonelle Holloway, Evelyn Hughes, Daniel Johnson, Marvin Kahle, Joseph Kane, Thomas Keeney, Frank Kennewick, Richard Kenyon, Bruce Kilburn, Peler Looney, Richard Lund, Ronald Lyden, Fremonl Lyon, Jacqueline Mclnlyre, Harry McQueen, Hallon Merriam, Jo Anne Merrifield, Richard Meyer, Joyce Miller, Virginia Molenaar, Cornelius Ninomiya, Calvin O'Hearne, Isabel Oliver, Floyd Palmer, John Parkins, William Perry, Dallas K. Pilcher, Tom HUHUHS Pope, Lesler Power, James Pruler, Alonzo Radlord, Loren Rupp, Agnes Ryan, Edward Schnilzler, Alvin Shankland,Donn Skarslen, Arlin Smilh, Neil Snyder, Sally Soflky, Doreen Slaslny, Charles Slenson, George Sloll, Dorolhy Sunde, Arlhur Tarlre, Joanne Tulle, Hiram Weeks, Dolores Wriggle, Gordon Wrighl, Roberl Yorks, Samuel Sophomores Adams, Brockman Anderson, Adolph Bergholz, Warren Carroll, John Clark, John Cordell, Mrs. Pauline Cowell, Belly Jean Crolhers, Phyllis Darvill, Fred Dassow, John Denker, Arlhur Dowlin James gi Doyle, Philip Duell, Gwendolyn Dunn, John Dunslan, Helen Flinl, Viclor Flower, Margarel Garrell, Wayne Gales, William Himes, Sharon Holm, Oscar, Jr. John, Gregory Johnson, Delberl Johnson, Myron, Jr. Julian, Jean Kennewick, Richard Kenyon, Bruce Kilburn, Peler LaVeck, Gerald Lawlon, Nancy Loe, Aase Lull, John McFale, Joyce Marquardl, Mary Mayer, Nadine Myers, Arlo Newland, John Novack, Alvin Parker, Gordon Penning, John, Jr. Pilchel', Tom Semler, Herberl Sipe, Roberl Skokan, Ollo Squire, Idalice Slumer, Marguerile Telll, Wesley Thornlon, Leonore VanDevanler, John Wichman, William Juniors Case, Evelyn Ann Cooper, Roberl Davis, Janice Denker, Arlhur Fox, Waller Freedman, Ralph Gamble, Joseph Hunl, Palricia Hunlley, James Huol, Jean Hulchison, David Jones, Lyle Krall, Donald Krall, Roberl Krelzler, Harry Laney, Roberl Logue, Myrlle Madison, James Marlin, Joanne Miller, Berlha Moon, Mariorie Mullineaux, Richard Nilsen, Sylvia Pendlelon, Wayne Penning, John, Jr. Prasch, Richard Sandslrom, Wayne Schwarlz, Frances Solibakke, Richard Turnel', John Wallslrom, Ira Seniors Beebe, Maurice Benbow, Roberl Berliner, Zyndell Crilchlield, Howard Daniloll, Milchell Dohlen, Ardelle Dyer, James, Jr. Gervais, Elizabelh Hanson, Warren Howell, Fred Hunler, Melvin Jacobs, William Jenne, Margarel Anne Lolgren, Belly Ann Lund, Helen Ann McCoy, Laylon Mellon, Jean Mikalson, Roy Neuberl, Mary Niesz, Palricia Norman, Wayne Parker, Mary Power, John Roberg, Mary Shrader, John Slreissgulh, Daniel Sulherland, Barbara Thompson, Elizabelh Wallslrom, Ira Whilehouse, Ernesl Wilson, Marie Wong, Harry ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS Freshmen Achen, Lewis Anderson, John Andrews, William Blumkin, Edwin Dickey, William Dunning, Earl Eberharl, Dee Fisher, Sol Hill, Prosper Hogg, Marilyn Lee, Slanley Lew, Calvin McComas, Roberl Mackliel, Vernald Middlelon, Allred Nord, Eric Opperman, John Palmer, James Regal, Laurence Thompson, James Thorsness, Arvid Tucker, Gerald Sophomores Brunel, Barrie Diers, Paul Easlman, Roberl Fullon, Jack Goodlellow, Roberl Huggins, Harold Sherwood, George Skidmore, Clel Slaler, William Sleele, Roberl Slielel, Ernesl Tanner, Louis Wasser, Velma Juniors Biskie, Roberl Black, Donald Johnson, Lesler Nelson, Emil Snider, Harold Trohimovich, Slanley Seniors Anlon, Clara Mae Biskie, Roberl Brandl, Harry Breckner, Norman Clark, John Claus, John Halgren, Peler Kline, Donald Raasch, Rhoda Trohimovich, Slanley EDUCATION Juniors Kennedy, Palricia Kidwell, Richard ENGINEERING Freshmen Back, Leonard Berglund, Roger Bonnicksen, Leroy Brislol, Wallace, Chillinanda, Chalerm Delering, Herman Ellerbeck, Edward Haase, Richard Handler, Harry Hansman, Frederick Harling, Darrel Johnson, Ray Leach, Paul Lighl, Russell Mackliel, Cleon Miller, Emmell Minor, Dean Minor, Don Nibecker, John Norlon, Francis Novack, Edward Palon, Richard Phoulrides, Arislides Rodman, Roberl Scoll, James Scribner, Edward Silven, John Slanlon, Lyman Slrealer, Augusl BHCCHLHUHEHTE Summa Cum Laude Berliner, Zyndell Hadley, Richard Halgren, Peler Jacobsen, Barbara Pacquer, Roberl Thal, Sanford Wilson, Marie Carroll Magna Cum Laude Anlon, Clara Mae Bedinger, Lanier Beebe, Maurice Benepe, Margal'el Brandl, Harry Bunn, Frances Cross, Theodore Dol1len,Ardelle Eldred, Mary Jean Espedal, Birger Freedman, Norberl 1 Graham, Mary Granl-Pankey, Kalharine Hanson, Warl'en Hardman, Virginia Howell, Fred lvy, Michel Jenne, Margarel Anne Jenner, Philip Laverly, Bruce Lindsay, Eugenia Lindsay, Myra Jean Sophomores Allyn, Charles Banks, Roberl Black, Donald Braman, James Clifford, Douglas Elmer, Glenn Grimsby, Frank Koenig, Waller Malm, Roy Malsen, Ralph Miller, Harvey Palmer, Philip Rollow, John Solomon, George Slrealer, Augusl Thon, William Tupper, Howard Wamsley, Welcome Juniors Every, Arlhur Grass, Richard Grimsby, Frank Hessemer, Roberl Horn, Willis Larson, Roberl Massie, Fred Robinson, Roberl Solomon, George Swanson, Raymond Wesfloke, Roberl HUHUHS Lund, Helen Ann Mardon, Marilyn Mellon, Jean Morrison, Raeburn Myers, Wendell, Jr. Neuberl, Mary Niesz, Palricia Oles, Sluarl Powel', John Raynor, Edna Roberg, Mary Robinson, Paul Rohrback, Pinckney Smilh, Barbara Smilh, DeWill Sulherland, Barbara Swalling, Rosalind Taylor, Louisa Wallslrom, Ira Wallsll'om, Lloyd Zimmerman, Julianne Cum Laude Anderson, Samuel Arpke, Roberl Ballanline, Julia Berge, Sabra Bolles, Dorolhea Brillen, John, Jr. Broughlon, Margal'el Brown, Roberl Campbell, John Clark, Kalhl'yn Seniors Ames, Alberl Bedingel', Lanier Chin, Tom Cross, Theodore Engebrelson, Harold Ferguson, Myron Goldie, John Hurlle, Ralph Myers, Wendell Oliver, Roberl Pacquer, Roberl Robinson, Paul Sand hollz, Willis Sawhill, Wallace Woo, Benjamin FORESTRY Freshmen Anacker, Roberl' Cummins, Palrick Sophomore Hunl, John Seniors Haliburlon, George Hauberg, John LAW Juniors Loney, Dean JUHE,l94l Crosello, Nancy Davis, Dorolhy Dekkerl, Ronald Dills, Marlha Duquel, Emery Forsgren, Roberl Francis, Frank Fry, Edilh Fuller, Dorolhy Gerslmann, Paul Gervais, Elizabelh Gibbard, Donald Gleason, Joseph Guernsey, Lisle Hagen, Ann Hornslein, David Howard, Lawrence ldela, Yukiko lnverarily, Roberl Jasperson, Virginia Johnson, Margarel Juliano, Nick Keck, Doris Mae Knoll, Joan Knowles, George Kolb, Keilh Kuehl, William Lavelle, Marilyn Leninglon, Myra Lorenlz, Roberl Lovell, Wendell McGuire, Donald McPherson, Mary Nollmeyer, Edward Rieke, Luvern MINES Freshman Dore, James Sophomore DuBois, Roberl NURSING Sophomore Brown, Viola PHARMACY Sophomores Nielsen, Nol'ma Robinson, David VanKrevelen, Keilh Wesl, Theodore Juniors Cleasby, Gilberl Marlin, Marilyn Plau, Lowell Sowders, Roberl Seniors Sowders, Roberl Swalling, Rosalind Tl1al,Sanlord Maples, Belle Anne Mauzey, Mary Melrose, Roger Merklinghaus, Ollo Morris, Marlha Nakalani, Roy Nebergall, John Nesbill, John Nolan, Mason Norilake, Cyrus Nolli, Mary Page, Donald Parker, Mary Perry, Thaddeus Pelersen, Frilhiol Pierce, Eugene Quanslrom, Jack Rader, Joyce Reid, William Richards, Mariory Robel'son, Robby Roberls, Norman Rosenlhal, Dorolhy Schulli, Elizabelh Sherry, Mary Slanchlield, Margarel Thompson, Elizabelh Thompson, Mary Umphl'ey, Mary Way, Palricia O'Sullivan Woollson, Sylvia Wrighl, Amy llllllllEltS Ut PRIZES Vivian Carkeek Prize in Law Haydn Hilling Western Printing Company Prize in Law Haydn Hilling Law Week Award Robert Royce W. G. McLaren Prize in Law lbraftsmanshipj Birger Espedal Seattle Life Insurance and Trust Council Will Contest Birger Espedal Philo Sherman Bennett Prize in Political Science Ancil Payne Chi Omega Prize in Sociology Patricia Niesz Ruth Nettleton Award Spencer Moseley Delta Phi Alpha Prize in German Walter Simon Zeta Phi Eta Plaque and Medallion Awards in Drama Joanna Stieglitz Jack Wright Phi Mu Gamma Awards in Drama Shirley Scott Matt Pelto Sigma Delta Chi Scholastic Awards in Journalism Katl1ryn Clark Barbara Krohn Don Page Dorothy Rosenthal Harold Zimmerman Sigma Delta Chi Citation for Achievement John Ryan American Institute of Architects Awards in Design Wendell Lovett Richard Whitney Alpha Rho Chi Award in Architecture Keith Kolb Lehn and Fink Gold Medal Santord Thal Linton Memorial Award Rosalind Swalling Beta Gamma Sigma Plaque and Certificate Awards Paul Diers John Opperman Beta Gamma Sigma Alumnae Prize Marilyn Hogg Beta Gamma Sigma Alumnae Cup and Certificate Award Frances Wanamaker Robert T. Pollard Memorial Prize John Power Phi Delta Kappa Plaque Thelma Benedict Richard Kidwell Xi Sigma Pi Plaque James Harries Paul H. Johns, Jr., Memorial Awards Nick Juliana lSeniorl Joe Zaremba lJuniorl Phi Lambda Upsilon Award Welcome Wamsley Physical Education Club Award Lucille Trucano "Pa" Kennedy Award Eugene Schroeder American Institute of Architects Second Award in Design Joan Knott 2I6 Alumni Prizes in Architecture Lawl'ence Evanott flzirst Prizel John Campbell Keith Kolb Alan Liddle Alpha Kappa Psi Plaque and Medallion Award Wesley Brown Harold Snider Sebastian Karrer Prize in Physics James Erickson Merck Awards Olive Pobst Ro bert Sowd ers Ethel Sanderson Radford Prize Doreen Sottky Pi Alpha Award Kenneth Campen Kappa Tau Alpha Award Barbara Krohn Dorothy Rosenthal Department of Washington Reserve Officers' Association Awards John Earnest University Post No. 11, American Legion Award -- Carl Winge Seattle Post No. 1, American Legion Awards Coast Artillery Corps: Richard Bergstrom lntantry: Kenneth Edgers Quartermaster: Donald Flynn Signal Corps: Donn Shankland Transportation Corps: Eley Denson, Jr. Junior Military Prize lntantry: William McKay Quartermaster: Gilbert Cleasby Transportation Corps: William Wood Coast Artillery Corps: Theodore Tang Signal Corps: Donald Bristol Junior Military Medal-Washington Commanderyi Loyal Legion of the United States Alexander Moore Junior Military Medal-United States Coast Artillery Association Robert Hungate Sons of Revolution Trophy John Metzenberg Quartermaster Corps Award Gilbert Cleasby Quartermaster Junior Military Medal Richie Sterne Transportation Club of Seattle, Junior Military Medal Gordon Callow Senior Military Prize John Metzenberg Rho Chi Society Prize Norma Nielsen Phi Sigma Award Rosalind Swalling ASUW Awards in Debate Third Year Awards Joan Campbell Earl Dean Second Year Awards Ruth Allingham Jade Chang John Hardt Douglas Paauw Janet Smith David Woodbridge SPHIHG IHII IHHIHIES PHI BETH IIHPPH A LIMITED NUMBER OF MEMBERS are elecfed info Phi Befa Kappa each year by fhe acfive chapfer from fop ranlaing sfudenfs. Eligible sfudenfs musf false a comprehensive exarn- inafion fo prove breadfh of scholarship, as well as rneef requirernenfs of good characfer and an educafion definifely liberal in characfer and purpose. Inifiafes are selecfed on fhe basis of iunior records in fhe fall, and again in Iafe spring. They musf achieve a grade poinf of 3.5 for I6O credifs, of which I I5 were earned af fhe Uni- versify of Washingfon, or a grade poinf of 3.7 for I 35 credifs, all earned af fhe Universify. Phi Befa Kappa is fhe oldesf Greek Iefler sociefy, having been founded in I776 af fhe College of William and Mary. Washingfon Alpha chapfer was founded in I9I4. UIFIUEHS Prof R. M. Winger, Presidenl' Prof J. R. Huber, Vice-Presidenf Prof D. L. Ray, Secrefary Prof Prof George Cady, Treasurer H. M. Cross and Prof. N. H. Engle Members-af-Large Ballanfine, Julia, Zoology Beebe, Maurice, English Benepe, Margaref, Psychology Berge, Sabra, French Brandf, Harry, Economics Briffen, John, Economics Bunn, Frances, Arf Clausen, Wendell, English Davis, Dorofhy, Music Delnlnerf, Ronald Dohlen, Ardelle, General Sfuclies Freedman, Norberf, Sociology Fuller, Dorofhy, Home Economics Graham, Mary Elizabefh, Far Easfern Granf-Panlsey, Kafherine, General Sfuclies Grinich, Vicfor, Engineering Hagen, Ann, Spanish Hanson, Warl'en, English Hornsfein, David, Far Easfern Howell, Fred, English lnverarify, Roberf, Arf Jenner, Philip, Far Easfern Johnson, Margaref, Home Economics Keck, Doris, Nursing Kefzler, Harry, Jr., Pre-Medicine Kolb, Keifh, Archifecfure Lane, Mal'y, General Sfudies Lindsay, Myl'a Jean, Polifical Science Lund, Helen Ann, English IHII i947 IHIIIHIES Cleasby, Gilberf, Pharmacy Kraff, Roberf, Mafhemafics Mafhis, Marilyn, Journalism McCoy, Layfon, Chemisfry Ordway, Girard, Chemislry McGuire, Donald, Bofany McPherson, Mary, Far Easfern Maples, Beffe, Economics Mardon, Marilyn, General Sfudies Melfon, Jean, General Sfudies Merlslinghaus, Offo, Sociology Morrison, Raeburn, English Nebergall, John, Engineering Neuberf, Mary, French Niesz, Pafricia, Sociology Nolan, Mason, Economics Noffi, Mary, General Liferafure Oles, Sfuarf, Law Payne, Ancil Pierce, Eugene, Economics Quansfrom, Jack, Economics Roynor, Edna, Nursing Reid, William, Economics Roberg, Mary, English Roberfs, Norman, Physics Robinson, Paul, Engineering Smifh, Barbara, Nursing Smifh, DeWiH', Psychology Sufherland, Barbara, Hisfory Taylor, Louisa, Bofany Wallsfrom, Ira, Chemisfry Way, Pafricia, Far Easfern Wong, Harry, Pre-Medicine Zimmerman, Julianne, Home Economics Penning, John Jr., Physics Robinson, Roberf, Engineering Sandsfrom, Wayne, Physics Schwarfz, Frances, Sociology Sidell, Rosalie, General Sfudies 217 ECUHUTHICS HND BUSINESS Philip Bogue Presiden+ Pierce Lindberg Vice-Presidenl' BETH GHITIIITH SIGITIH TOP l-IGNOR FOR MAJORS in Economics and Business is membership in Bela Gamma Sigma, naiional scholasiic honorary. The highesl len per ceni of The senior class and Jrhe lop Two per cenl of ihe junior class are eligible for membership, alihough a minimum accumulalive grade poini average of 3.2 is also required. The honorary worlss To promoie good relaiionships beiween business men and graduaies oi The School ol Economics and Business. Members: Wesley Brown, Lloyd Campbell, Roberl Car- law, Roland Diddams, John Donovan, James Fisher, Aus- John MCCU'fCl1e0H lin Fury, Norman Jacobson, George Knowles, Elizabelh Secre+ary William Slafer Treasurer Paynion, Gordon Peierson, vice-presidenlq Thaddeus Perry, John Purvis, George Sherwood and Roberl Taylor. EHGIHEEHIHG THU BETH PI HlGH SCHOLARSHIP AND EXEMPLARY CHARACTER ideniiiy memloers oi Tau Bela Pi, naiional men's engineering honorary. Eleciion is by The aciive chapier from men in The iunior and senior classes who show promise in engineering research. Each spring Two ouisianding "honor siuolenisu are 'raleen in from The sophomore class. Miller, A. P., Presideni Kasper, Roberl, Treasurer Robinson, Roberf, Secrefary Mack, Don, Social Secrefary Acheson, Duane Ames, Alberi' Bough, Roberf Beck, Theodore Bariholomew, Dan Cannon, Boyce Carfer, Wesley Collins, Gordon Dunlop, Harry Durand, Harlan Eberharfer, Richard Every, Arihur Fenion, David Foss, Rene Frank, Carroll Goldie, John Grimsby, Frank Hieberi, Richard Hogg, Spencer Holmes, David I++ner, Bruce Jensen, Paul ' Knechiel, Earl Hoehler, Roland McLaren, Gordon McNicl-iols, James Ma+'rhaei, George May, Ernesl' Neilson, David Nielson, James Norfon, Francis O'Rourke, Thomas Roberl, Oliver Palmer, Philip Parks, Roberf Rowse, Roberf Sandholfz, Willis Sawhill, Wallace Shaffer, Winfield Thompson, David Whisler, Wilfon Wesflalse, Roberi' Woo, Beniamin 22l NOT PICTURED: Richard Grass, vice-presidenl: George Solomon, record- ing secreiaryq Raymond Beyer, William Bledsoe, Billings, Brown, James H. Brown, James S. Brown, Richard Chang, A. Scoii Crossfielcl, Richard Donelson, David Diehl, Gordon Dragseih, Harold Ecls, Harold Engebrei- son, Jay Erilsson. Myron Ferguson, Rudolph Friendland, Thomas Godfrey, Roberi Larson, Philip McElaney, David lviiichel, Tom Naylor, William Nero, George Panels, Roy Hadley, George Hall, Harry Handler, Gerald Harlow, Roberi' Hessemer, Ralph Hurile, Jacl4 Israel, Roberi' Kruse, Richard Pelers, Kenneih Slave, Augusi Sireaier, lviigue Talcoii, William Thon, Howard Tupper, Roberi Wall, Welcome Wamsley, Richard Wilson. - M i HUWE ECUHUWICS MUSE GOAL EGR WOMEN MUSIC STUDENTS lo achieve is membership in Mu Phi Epsilon, nalional music honor- ary. Members are elecled by lhe aciive chapler from sianding in musical performance, who have compleled June Beard Persis Reynolds BeHy Beiz June Boss, freasurerg Gail Fournier, edilorg Beriha Miller, his+orianp Elizabeih Thomas, secrelary. Lillian Whifman, BeH'y Dow, Janel Du Puis, Margarei' Jameson. Aase Loe, Kaihleen Smart Nona Simi, Josephine Uhrich, Virginia Benson, president Noi' Piclured: Vil'ginia Anderson, Mildred Braicres, Marfha Bergh, May Moringa, Joanne Swain. NEW MEMBERS ARE ELECTED lo Omicron Nu from junior and senior home economics majors who have earned beiler Jrhan a 3.0 grade average and who show abilily and leadership in lheir deparlmeni. lniiiales are limilred io I2 per ceni oi lhe senior class and 8 per ceni of lhe junior class. Faculfy Members: Jeanneffe Bliss, Grace Denny, Marlha Wresslar, Kaihleen John- sfon, Frances Obsf, Blanche Payne, Mrs. Thelma Rose, Jeannie Rownfree, Margarei' Terrill. UHHCRUH HU WU PHIEPSHUH junior women wilh a grade poinl oi 3.0l who are Oul- one year oi music hislory and Two years of music ihe- ory and who are recommended by iwo iaculiy mem- bers. . Carol Swanson Aileen Fosfer Marian Adams Presidenl Vice-Presiden'l' Recording Secreiary Corresponding Sec'y Chaplain Chorisfer Nanna Anfonsen Winfled Balsigel Joan Barry Helen Buschman CharloH'e Houghland Virginia Johnson Janice Knudsen SallyrSeverinson Esfher Slone Mal ilyn Wilson RHO CHI ELECTS NEW members from men and women in ihe Col- lege oi Pharmacy who have earned a grade poini average of over 3.0 for more Than H3 credils. The hon- orary slrives lo promole loeller pharmacy elhics and graduale research funds Tor pharmacy slu- denis. Noi' Pic'l'ured: Harry George, Alvin Hagg, Frank Kawahara, Leslie Keller, Paul Mick- ens, Lowell Pfau, Louis Verhulsf, Dr. Elmer M. Plein, Dr. Arnold C. Neva, Dr. Paul R. Rasanen and Dr. H. A. Langenhan. Top: J. Calvin Robinson, presidenfg Marilyn Marlin, vice-presidenfg Behira Chinn, secreiaryg Kalhleen Hanson, 'rreasurerg Dr. L. Wail Rising, faculiy adviser: Dean Foresi' J. Goodl'ich, Dr. H. W. Youngken and Dr. Louis Fischer. Middle: Roberf Asmussen, Helen Backman, Paul Browne, Harold Buckley, Gilberi' Cleasby, Jean Home, Gloria Husby, Rudolph Karzmar, Don Kaiferman, Sadako Nakashima and Norma Nielsen. BoHom: Louise Osborne, Roberi' Price, David Robinson, Theodore Romer, Theodore Taniguchi, Thomas Thompson, Charland Terrence, Phillip Tougaw, Keifh Van Krevelen and Theodore Wesf. PHHHHIHUU HHU CHI PHE IITEDICHL WASHINGTON BETA CHAPTER oi Alpha Epsilon Delia was esrablished on Jrhe campus This year and accepis pre-medical majors wilh a grade poinr aver- age oi 3.0 Tor more Jrhan 75 crediis. This naiional hon- orary provides recognirion Tor scholaslic achievemenl and assisis members in enlering medical school. HLPHH EPSILUH DELTH Noi Picfured: Myra Clark, William Coey, Scalpel represen'i'a'riveg Alberi CuHer, Harrill Dabney, John Da Vanzo, Arfhur Denker, Eugene Ko, Carl Kos'l'ol, Harry Krefzler, Gerald LaVeck, Claris LaVioleHe, secrelary, and Harry Wong. Honorary members: Dr. G. H. Cady, Dr. F. F. Ferguson, Dr. R. L. Fernald, Dr. R. B. Loucks, Dr. M. Scherlel and Dr. W. R. Wilson . Mariorie Brooks Charles Brown Fillmore Buckner James Dowling Presiden+ Treasurer Vice-Presidenl Jean Julian Forresi' Fosfer Lois lrick His'l'orian Donald Purdy 1 l lrene Rebideau Francis Rundle Kur+S1'einbrechner Neil Thorlakson A 'S' SPEECH HHTS ZETH PHI ETH - ,, l J: .i ZETA Pl-ll ETA, norlionol prolessional won1en's speech arls honorary, occepls rnojors in speech, speech correclion, drama, and raclio who have earned a 3.0 in lheir rnaior courses and who show oulsloncling inleresl and aloilily in lhe lielol. The chapler is supporlecl loy on oclive alumni group in Seollle, onol holcls ils nalionol conclave here lhis year. Nol Piclurecl: Shirley Cragg, Dorolhy Dekker, Joyce l-lulsell and Bellie Preslon. Carol Allen, Treasurer Palsy Burrell Ogaenia Calkins Beverly Clarke, Vice-Presidenl Belle Emrick June Hixson Kalhleen Kirboch Lori L anne ger Iris Lindsey Jean Osborne Eleanor Pollerud, Secrelary Dorolhy Swanson Palli Swezea Eleanor Valenline Janel Walker Freda Wing, Presidenl 224 ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP IN SIGMA Xl, naTional men and women's science honorary, is based upon research abiliTy and high scholarship. The publicaTion oT research is required Tor Tull membership. An asso- ciaTe member is nominaTed by Two Tull members, passed on by an elecToraI board and elecTed by The member- ship. AssociaTe Members: Frank Al'msTrong, Alberl' Ames, Richard Barnes, Earl Beck, RoberT Beck, Lanier Bedinger, Richard Brooks, RoberT Brown, James Brown, Ben l3ryanT, James Buckham, Roberi' Burgner, C. J. Carlson, Douglas CarTer, John ChiTTenden, V. C. Clauson, Earl Cook, D. A. Sourville, Howard CriTchfield, RuTh Cross, Theodore Cross, Jack Daniel, Hilda Daniels, RoberT Davis, RoberTa Dodds, Harry Dunlop, Harlan Durand, Jay Erickson, Rob- erT Evans, Thomas Evans, Edward FauberT, MarTha FIohauT, Rene Foss, Frank Francis, Carroll Frank, Joseph Gleason, John Goldie, Louis GraTzer, Helen Greeli, Carol Green, James Greene, Shirley SCIENCE HIGHEST ACADEMIC HONOR Tor underclassmen aT The UniversiTy is eIecTion To Sigma Epislon Sigma. Coeds who have earned a 3.5 grade average Tor aT leasT 36 crediTs are noTiTied oT Their elecTion by inviTa- Tion To The annual Silver Tea. Each year The honorary presenTs a scholarship To The Treshman woman wiTh The mosT ouTsTanding scholasTic record. Nancy LawTon PresidenT Dee Squire Vice-PresidenT Norma Nielsen SecreTary Mary King Treasurer 225 GunTer, Richard Hadley, George Hall, Edwin Hammarlund, Lyman Handy, Ward Harmon, Bernice Harris, Philip Hebner, Lars Hen- num, Floyd Hollisfer, J. L. Humphl'ey, Dora HunT, Ralph HurTle, Bruce ITTner, George Iwanaga, RoberT Joppa, Paul Kennedy, W. F. Kirchheimer, KenneTh Koe, RoberT KraTT, RoberT Kruse, Irving Larson, William Laval, Roland Leadon, Girvis LedbeTTer, R. E. Lindblom, Roberi LorenTz, James Madison, E. F. Magnusson, Francis Millican, Helen Mills, James MiTchell, A. L. MoTTeT, Orville Meyer, James Minor, Wendell Myers, LayTon McCoy, RoberT McCuTcl1eon, L. H. McEwen, Donald McGuire, RoberT McHugh, Michael Mcln- Tyre, Frederick McMillin, Roy NakaTani, Jerry Nelson, John Neber- gall, William Nero, D. B. Owen, RoberT Pacquer, George Panek, Ermen Pearson, RoberT Pedersen, Rudolph Perry, Virginia PlaTT, Wil- lard PraTT, RoberTs Proper, AlberT Purvis, E. H. Reid, Ann Reming- Ton, RoberT Ringlee, H. J. Ringols, Paul Robinson, RoberT Rogers, William RoTh, Allan Roush, Roger Sager, Willis Sandholrz, ErnesT Schlesinger, John Sherman, Bill Shimada, Francis Skewis, KenneTh Skinner, T. E. 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H' was, buf Robinson, Halch, Biddle, Dallas and Oilele 'leamed up 'ro make il' all Washingion as lhe Huskies bo++led up +he Gaels and pushed over lhree more TD's 'For a power-ladened 26 'lo 6 win. Melusky, e Weinmeisler, 'l Biddle, hb Hafch, hb Fosfer, f Provo, hb HUSHIES U - JUHS B DEFINITELY PEGGED as a Conference frouble-maker offer fheir powerful display of offensive dynamife againsf fhe Sf. Mary's Gaels, Washingfon Huskies railroaded info Porfland labeled as pre-game favorife fo fopple Jim Aiken's winless Oregon Eleven. The Webfeef didn'f agree. Sensafional running by Jake Leichf and ozccurafe fossing by Norm Van Brocklin of fhe Ducks combined fo give fhe visifors an offensive lesson fo fhe fune of 6 fo O. Herb Harlow sparked fhe only Husky drive in fhe fourfh quarfer, buf fwol5-yard penolfies puf ouf fhe fire and clinched fhe honors for Oregon. Dallas meefs up wifh a hosf of Ducks 'imma' . , Q, ,. ,Q ff gy v,. ' sm fm fl 1 , 4 , .1 .4 . 4 5- rw-- I K 1. yy' Q . H s-.fmt , V .f-fb' 1 ,, .. W X 4 Wx M.. i K Provo smolliered afler a good goin HUSHIES 25 - IHDIHHS U HOMECOMING found Hue Huskies rising 'io 1'l1e occasion as 'lhey blas1'ed a visiiing Sianford eleven, racking up +wen'ry-'five poin1's +o zero for +l'ieir firsl' Conference win. Sam Robinson, ably assired by Biddle, Dallas, Provo, Hungar and OHele, ran over and around +l'1e indian defense To regisler four louclndowns. Thir- leen poinls in +he second quar+er, a 53-yard run by Berlin on an in+ercep+ion in 'ihe +l'1ird period, and a blocked kick in Hue 'four+l1 accoun+edfor+l1e poinfs. Sianford, flashing occasionally, lacked drive and never Jrbreaiened 'Phe Husky defense. X Robinson, hb Slein, e Levenliagen, 'df' rv 8 W' W I-T' ' - 2533: :ara 51251 s ' f f'- 4 -4 V .. QM. 355 '-'-.-5.-'messzk..:::::.rm .xii as ...fs ,,,, . 3 . ,. ':.,f,.w--:A ,.,,. 1,Q,,Q:,: ' LQ, f'ap..,, I .. 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Hemsfad, g Harlow, hb Offele, qb HUSHIES U HUJHHS I9 COMBINING THEIR besf offensive and defensive show of fhe season, Washingfon's Huskies played fhe parf of unfriendly hosfs fo perfecfion before finally bowing ouf fo fhe Rose Bowl-bound USC Troians, H9 fo O. Fon fhlee qualfels, mighfy Tl oy was held fo a slx poinf malgin, :haf com ing via fhe airlanes. Then fhe Huskies shof fhe works. Opening up wifh fheir own passing affack fhey came wifhin a Whisker of fying up fhe ball kies had played fheir besf ball game of fhe season. Hafch runs info opposifion l I v ,.-i, w.-,Q 1 ' .1 4 f . E , Q , K-'Q,'af.i" L , ,., J f , l . 1 2 it f -:' A ' '.,L.,g,,- ,., ,. -. ,Q . A . f, A:g..': g ,af A, -. .i I ' Q , ,,,'f , 5. ,r ...au 1 -' , y y L, ,- -, I 1 -- ,gqf .- -s. 'wl,4. , ,' '. ,. . ..4..ms , , N,-1 , gvivo -'Lx , ig f'.-L..-,1-wasfki 1 ',.le,Y:'.f'T' 4' W v- ,a.,..L9.s .,4,-,- ...n game. Desperafion passes in fhe closing minufes backfired and 'rhe smoofh- operafing Trojans picked up fheir lasf fwo TD's, buf nof unfil affer fhe Hus- 'H ' 'E , lf W .f-v ,iii S ' SAE' as ii it vs , - i -WS: 1- R ' we ii' if gf 4? 9 5 'J in 'D if ,Sv if i' 'f 'ii 'Sf 3 az - sf . , -4 '5 1 if X, 5 w We 1 g Q w 2' 5' 5 - 21- Q wi ,Q '- 'fi -gs-as ,Q is Msg was 8.f,2f, , 6 ig Q 3 -is Q, 52 4 as 5' '5' . iii 3 3- - 25 ,745 S ff 94,5 Li ez v x ' ' ' W- .'-'. 5 -, ' V- .- 2 a. 'P g 5. , , , A4 ., Eg. XX as in - sw 4 WWSQKK' ef, -1 . 55 ag if W S3 sw Q-1 OH'ele bucks fhe line HUSHIES 7 - BEHHS I3 OPENING A 'I'wo-week invasion of California, Pesi' Welch and his Huskies ran smack in+o +he "surprise package" of +he Conference, Lynn Waldorf's Golden Bears. The sensafional Berkeley eleven coniinued 'rheir winning ways, This 'rime by a I3 'io 7 margin. Bob Celeri, +he Bear field general, was fhe impol+an+ difference as he passed +o +wo fouchdowns in 'rhe second quarrer, one a beaufiful 4I-yard aerial 'ro Halfback Erickson in +he end zone. Washing+on sparked in rhe closing minu+es of The game as Dick O++ele wen+ racing 50 yards +o +he Cal I7, wiih Herb Harlow 'Finally skirfing end for +he only Husky score. McGovern, c Prechek, 'r Kean, e ' f 5 , N9-ffvsfvm., ' - 1. . -fx pf .5 . 1 Q ,L ya, . W fm . X" N23 1 wx .ni hp .f- .NW if 1 v 3' X ..f. I , 1. 25-",1 , -2 , Lf-1. 1 ,' " ' . . - f 11' gy, A -... 'J . xr Wim w 4 fa ai? ,, .5 ,. 1.,,, I V vi , 52 ,EZWW?6Qg mggff' m' ffgwgkzv V 9621 M4 93? mg ai? A 2?g'.,,-2-All.-ri' gg., ' A fgtfgwffw 'jf --'X:5,Qm!- givin-4, 44fg,6:,,iZ ' ,P ' wx , A3 X 1'1f".ff ,412 1 X X WL .,., . ,, , ,. .- Mm, fc. f-4 1: ,- 1 -7 1.3..,:- aw -14-.a'sa::'5. gffxfif 14 fgigjfijffi :if a'.'pf"', J' -1:1 . x S. VVashingfon vs.C1aHfornia Alfhough Husky supporfers fook considerable safisfacfion from fhe resounding friumphs of fheir Jayvee and Frosh over fhe Californians, fhe Golden Bears were equal fo fhe varsify fesf and liferally rowed fhe Washingfon varsify info submission in scoring a sensafional vicfory. The Jayvee, a combinafion fhaf had never rowed fhe course af racing speed, frailed Cal off fhe sfarfing mark. The smoofh-rowing unif fook over affer fhe quarfer-mile mark and never lef fhe Bears fhreafen. Off fhe sfarfing mark like a flash, fhe Husky varsify had open wafer on fhe Bears in no fime. Af halfway fhe Husky eighf boasfed a fwo-lengfh lead. Wi+h a mile leff Cal was whiffling down Washingfon's lead wifh every sfroke. Cox Bobby Lee called for fhe big fens fhaf could shake off fhe Berkeley challengers, buf fhe response was nof fhere. As fhe fwo shells came wifhin sighf of fhe finish line fhe sharp-nosed Bear shell edged ahead and won a glorious friumph going away. The Purple-Gold boafing was Bishop, Tupper, Harrah, Anderson, Works, Thompson, Pocock and Benfhin. Poughkeepde Warming up fo fhe big race wifh varsify and Jayvee wins over Wisconsin on Lake Monona, fhe men of Ulbrickson arrived on fhe Hudson river as fhe dark horse, due fo Coach Al's revamped lineup. The well-drilled Navy varsify copped fhe blue ribbon evenf of fhe Poughkeepsie Regaffa, buf only affer a hecfic fhree miles. The Cal shell sef fhe early pace, wifh Washingfon and Navy pressing. Af one and one-half miles Navy wenf fo work, moving ahead of Cal. Af fhis sfage Cornell was fhird and fhe Huskies fourfh. Passing fhe fwo-mile buoy fhe Bears challenged buf were spurned. Cornell moved info second and Washing- fon advanced fo mafch sfrokes wifh fhe firing Berkeley eighf. Sfroke Charley Brown had fhe Husky eighf sizzling. As Cornell and Navy foughf if ouf fhe Huskies fook fhe play away from Cal and finished a sfrong fhird. By so doing fhey fulfilled Ulbrickson's predicfion affer fhe Cal race fhaf fhey would beaf fhe Bears af Poughkeepsie. The Purple Jayvee finished seven lengfhs behind fhe winning Cal crew in fourfh place. 243 Yale fakes early lead, Washingfon second. BOATING A CINDERELLA FRESHMAN CREW wifh fhe excepfion of No. 6 man Works, Coach Ulbrick- son was facing fhe largesf field ever fo race in an infercollegiafe rowing evenf on Lake Washingfon. Wifh condifions perfecf, fhe fasf-moving Yale ouffif jumped info fhe lead af fhe sfarf. Af fhe half- way mark fhe race was a fhree-secfion affair. Yale, Harvard, Washingfon, Cornell and Penn were in fhe running, wifh fhe ofher eighfs +1-ailing. I This was where Harvard made her move. The Crimson passed Washingfon and challenged pace- seffing Yale. The young Husky crew found if fough fo raise fhe killing sfroke. Af fhe l500-mefer mark bofh Harvard and Washingfon were driving fo cafch fhe Yale crew. When Harvard boosfed ifs beaf fhe Huskies didn'f answer and Harvard pulled away, overfaking Yale. ln fhe drive fo fhe finish Harvard pulled away from fhe field. Yale successfully sfaved off fhe Huskies, edging across fhe finish line a quarfer lengfh ahead of fhe driving Husky shell. Rowing brillianfly, fhe favored Crimson eighf sef a new world's record for 2000 mefers in winning fhe second annual sprinf- championship regaffa. 244 ,i .IJ rf me . . ' r elirsii' if if 'Ti rsiirvfv 2 Ru, 1.' - .G-" 11557 ,V 1 i,w,,4,-,R mr " ' ' 1 -Aim" - Feixfl ' 'Fifi-:V 1 if 4 9..L-,Li : Y, 1..,,, gf .. qi- . l, w -V ' qu' UVA.. ,151 - .,,,, ,. ,HT ' il , , K, i','..r 'ii llliila 1. mg.- ,V X, .1 fp., 3 TA-. iqpgnfs ,. . i ., , N Fifi ,: xv 1 ,4.s-,gn faq, 'iw - '- fn!-'N' -Fil-es V 'wa rl'-, A ,,,, ,ri 'Z J, 'i s, , ,, 1 ,, .-,N 5?I'J1k"" I 'iii 'mf W, fglil 31: me ' " -' Fciginl E53 ' ly. ALHQ3' 9F'ETi5' gg , Q "-" '-1 fn., ASI 154 rf 1' . 1. j 11112 r. 24 fiffa- ' I Uri, 131.1 7 Hifi ,fl ,jiiii Riff? diff irsfl 15,9 ' e ,fs ' "ir 4 Hi " V- ,J ill' wif? .1' l - xg 15, Y ETL 1 -1-., :ui 7535 , I gizlrf L3 .Un my , 3 ,- f,5i51:?5 -. :V-,gl 'PUT' , V51 1- ,L ew ' 2911 fefilj , 'gl u ..,-, 1 'i I A l l ,Y 1 .uw .ful A " tl ' 1 . l l Talking i+ over. Harvard's lime was 5:49.I, besling 'lhe mark sei by +he i924 Yale crew in 'rhe Olympic 'rrials of +hal' year. The former mark was 5:5l.8. Over I00,000 spec'l'a'lors lined l'he Seward Park course for 'rhe giganlic marilime even+ lhal fealured aqua enlerfainmenl' of all descriplions. The sprinl race was superbly rowed by a shell of Huskies lhcrl' was only bea'l'en wilh a world-beaiing performance. Sealed in 'rhe Washingion boar were Morgan, cox: Wesiluncl, sirokeg Johnson, Harris, Buvick, Works, Young, Dixon and McNeil. A+ 'Finish in world record lime, Harvard 'Firs+, Yale second, Washingfon +hird. H4 7 .,-7 , ,Y :fl 'f 121, . ' g ff, 'C f f 313' :za 1 4. w ru 2 E e 3 3 1 E 5 3 Z ,v f Q 5 V 4. 'S .iw 3 10 121 6 Ps S: 5? E-2 52 5 :S Si 2 37 :fx 5? 24 Q if i?! :Ei E4 iii Q .,-11 meal, ' -:Qu wma-1-:sezffr'-1,-mmrzMr-Pazwcfwfnr1:12mxzvzf..-eunzw:zwmfwza-:wefmwnwrw:,zxwsgf:aus-2wrzrwvpzwwmlmzcwzwzmwcaxezm,ff-v4-ma-::2m+z::w2w2::wmvzmwfxzfaznwmxwnwvflamx4wefwW,v:.vz.fva:51fzw2fr-:aff --A-,-as:wa:iwffm-sz:-fm?x'W,zw-svszfzzlu-wwrzzfofr'ffsfQJmvw:"a:-f--v-w-w+:v-m.:-'- wi 1 711 if V: , Y lg f Ng. ff Yi J! 1 i ,f li , Nil V , ,w2""'A i -,xx ,47 J' 4 vl- NFE i I NE JACK NICHOLS hos enlered The Washinglon and PCC Hall of Fame. Compleling his lhird season for Washinglon, 'I'he big cen+er has brol-sen 'lhe season scor- ing record of 252 sei by WSC's Hanson, wilh 265 poinls, and se+ ci new game scoring record of 39 poinls. He also excelled al ihe backboard and in ball handling. 1 4 wir I if . N . ?"'f2f53:' ' ,, ,Z 5, N.. K ,gl I ff:f "1f?'If:4xf1 X, ' ' "" f . 'f' .I .: A - M ,. . f A ,.,...., ..,. 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Supersedes 253 poinfs sei by WSC's Hanson in I945. Individual game scoring sei' by Nichols- 39 poinfs, againsf Idaho. Supersedes 38 poinls in one game sei' by OSC's Rocha in I947. Fronf: Clark Jones, Don Hanson and Bruce Whifner. Back: Jim Calderhead, Larry Carlander, Bill Holmes and Howie Wright 59 .....,.,,.,...,...,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 ....,.. ,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,.,, ,w,,, Oregon 58 .,,.,., .,..,.... 7 3 48 ,.,,,., ...,.,... 4 4 39 WSC 48 36 50 62 OSC 7I 74 26 23 Idaho 33 43 37 45 OSC 42 Cul 64 64 ...,.... ...... ,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,A,, .,,,,, 5 7 59 .........................................,....,....... L. 49 Baylor 62 ..,...,.,,......Y. ,.,,.,..,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 6 4 Wyoming 57 .-..--- ............. 4 7 K N: 2.?7?!:1.WZ5fZ53Er225"2i5 Wifi' AL.. W- ,Z . 22' ,A f '-4 4 eg, , ia.Qw., XX xi' Q. R WRX. ' H. 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This season, under fhe experf and expe- rienced guidance of Head Coach Jack Torney and Diving Coach Bob Buckley, fhe Husky mermen swepf fhrough 'Ihe Norfhern Division schedule winning all mafches by lopsided scores and making fhe champion- ship meef a one-sided affair, wifh Wash- ingfon fofaling more poinfs fhan all fhe combined opposifion. Leff: Head Coach Jack Torney Righf: Diving Coach Bob BuckIey 258 LONG-STANDING RECORDS meanl' Ii++Ie as 'rhe Husky swimmers compleiely swamped all Norlhern Division com- peI'iI'ion. Compeling in free sfyle compe+i'Iion were Powlison, Zema, Campbell, Folli-ich, Trager and Powell. Back-sfroke experfs were Heaney and Herzog, wi+h MacAr+hur, Eberharler and Herzog composing Ihe 300-yard medley Ieam. Eniering div- ing compelifion were Jack Newion, Roy Sawhill and Wally Sawhill. The Washingfon S+a+e Cougar paddlers gave 'rhe Huskies fheir sliffesl compe'Ii+ion, wilh Washingfon winning 48 +o 27. Six mee+ records fell by Ihe wayside. Againsl' The Oregon Ducks, Washinglon won easily 49 'Io 26, wi1'h one PCC and one Norrhern Division mark falling. Powlison beHered Jack Medica's I934 record of 2:l3.3 wi+h a swifl' 2:I2.5 in +he 220. The medley 'ream of Heaney, Camp- bell and Powell sei a new Norlhern Division record 3.0I, fhree-Ienlhs of a second under 'rhe old Oregon record of I940. The Oregon SI'a'I'e Beavers and Idaho Vandals were com- pIe1'ely ou+cIassed as I'he Huskies Ii+eraIIy swam away wi+h 58 'Io I7 and 49 +o I6 vic'I'ories respeclively. In 'I'he Norihern Division championship mee? if was all Washinglon. Final score: Washing'l'on 93, WSC 34, Oregon 20, OSC I3, Idaho 7, Monrana 3. I+ was 'rhe 'Four'l'h consec- u+ive +i+Ie for 'l'he Huskies. Fefe Powlison All American Geoige Heaney Dick Campbell -ll was A 15,65 2 wg? E XSS Fronh Bob Buckley, diving coach, John Franclae, senior manager, and Jock Torney, bead coach. Middle: Wally Sawhill, Bob Herzog, Jay Follrich Pele Powlison, Gene Zema, Jack Newfon and Phil Eden. Back: Thad MacArThur, Mac Mclnnis, Jim Holland, Jack Powell, Bob Trager, Dick Campbell Dick Eberharler and George Heaney. Jack Powell Bob Troger 'EL H Ili. IF I i .4 s .Y . I Q5 'v- sk . I 6 1 A 4 was 1 S- , 1 f 1 Y X l K sig 1. Q, H A 4 s3g?f5.g1?v1:s Q -by M, ' E ggnnnnwlilf ' Coach "Hee" Edmondson Bill S'reed 3 M. a l94l CHHlllPIUllS Coach "Hee" Edmundson and Assislnal Coach Percy Eg+ve+'s lrack men 'lurned in a l'opno'l'ch I947 lrack season 'l'o end up wi'l'h anolher Norlhern Division championship. The Huskies won lhree of five dual mee'ls wi+h conference Jreams, losing only 'ro Cali- fornia and Washinglon Slale. The Division championship meel' was held in 'rhe U. of W. sladium May 3I, and apparenlly lhe perfecl wealher and good condilion of 'rhe l'rack agreed wilh l'he Huskies, 'Fo rlhey easily 'look firsl' place in four evenls and sec- onds in five. Oul's'l'anding men in 'rhe meel were Jack Hensey, wilh a 'Firs+ in lfhe 880, Don Wold, firsl in lhe mile and l'wo-mile, mile relay 'leam of Bob Muir, John Burney, Jack Hensey and Earl Robinson, who look anolher firsl. Second places were won by Earl Robinson in +he 440, Lyle Clark in +he l2O and 220 high and low hurdles, respec+- ivelyg Marlin Smi'l'h, sho'l' pul', and Dave Dalbey, discus. Twenly-'four men received Big W's, and Lyle Clark was honored by his 'leammales wilh lhe inspiarlional award. Dee Molenaar Charlie Lauber 224'- 1 ,ISEE55 1? -2 1' 111. . Q ,,., .11.1ai11111 'Heli 11,1 I 2 .W 6. ' .. 1 1 1 .. - W Qgfvgsbgi 3 .... ' . in 'E?1?'ig.f"s 1-Q 'fsfe 1" ' '4'l:l?2E. 11 - .,f' 1 3- ,-.Nz-.if . -2, -. ,. . 1 X .34 , 5- K 1:-gf , - a 'aff 43515 uf. .gigs s X 'gf' Y 11 1' . .- . 'f1f1'1 -fi! 12.1. f" i?.Q.1fs' l 1 . . sw -. . . . -,a,,,'.f ,951 1. .. . ss -M-.. ,.f,a1My,,.,.:,,,..,,.f,.M,a,,,,.,, ,ws N, A ,, , , ,, 51 'Z-lg . 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A I ,X , .9 -14 , . , ' 'W "7 ' 'PPL '31-ff AA 4 4 3.2 H-:I N 1.15,g,3,,.!: " -11' Q W, . ' 4. .,4.. 16,-1. .fx -'2'1, 1 , 1 1, f ,, ' ' 17. I .1:e'..f.52:. - 1 f,4...4,--an-1 J '54-Z-5'3I351'.'k'-A515-9-2'I'.7'?.f':'Z5:-:W-4"'L34W0fTMC15"'A 1' Y ' ' ' 1. ' 1' ,,.- ,- - a.-, Q- 4 lg V 'Zi' , . .Q 'f ' W 1 - f151?f2'.-i VV ., 1. . ,, ,. ,W 1 . 1 1 1.,i'5 .Ml n . 1 :af-uk .- . 1.111 V. . ,, 1 , '1 1 1, W .- f :YV x " .X mf., 1v .U VV, 1 14 1 . 1 SV, 1, 1 X SV 1, 1 Vw .. . . 1 1 . 1 In .1 W -. , r ' 1 1 ,,," .1 1 ,: 1 sp:-4 1 1 fi 2 f' fzfgg' 1 1 K Q7 l y , A THE HUSKIES won nine and losl' seven of 'rheir games on Jrhe baseball diamond in I947 season. Againsi 'rhe WSC Cougars +he Huskies won rhree games and losl' one: in 'rhe Idaho series 'rhey won +hree and losl' one: 'lhe Oregon S+al'e series wound up even-s+even wi+h iwo wins for eachg and 'l'he Huskies bumped 'l'he defending champion Oregon Ducks 'rhree ou+ of 'Four. Coach Ari' McLarney's firsi year as head coach broughi The Huskies in as runners-up for i'he Norlhern division championship. Consisfenlly oul's'I'anding abilily was displayed by Boody Gilberison, Sammy While. and Fl'ank Consianfino. Of ihe division players wifh 20 or more 'limes ai bai, Washing'ron's Sammy While was second in ba'Hing wi+h a .377 average, following Oregon S+a+e's Forfier wiih a .400. The Huskies were fhird in division leclm averages wi'rh a .252. Because of his brillianl' play and guiding abili'l'y, his ieammales vo'red Boody Gillaerison as 'lhe man mos'I' deserving ihe Torrance lnspira'lfional award, given annually +o ihe ball player deemed as mosi inspiring 'ro his fellow players. Coach Ari McLarney 266 :1-6 N al' ,'-' :w ' 1' . M45 1 N xfe, W 5' 3 H921 , 1 W' B f " 1 A sm , S 6' 'K Win"-1 'f f- 'fn . N43 X. .5 .N ,E A .,.. , 1 . 4, Q , ,, -:.,. I m, . - ., W - W' - ' N' 1 Nr? ' - " X 'I ' 'Q f, ' -film.. ,, --hz A - . . , x- W-' W. NMS" N ,, ,QESQW Q 5' . Q .fag . 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M250 Boody Gilberfson Bob Tufe Frank Consfunfino Back: Roy Funk and Don Harpell Fron'l': Cliff Davis and Phil Bogue 269 Flonl Coach Windy Langlle Ken Bullows Jack Lowe Wally Bosllck and Jim Blink. Back: Bill Vandenburgh, Wall Olson, Jack Opperman, Dick Burrows and Don Hanson I947 Malch Scores Washinglon ,,,,, , ,. . ..,,,.,.. 7 Oregon ..... O Washinglon ,,,., . . . 7 OSC .,,,A ,, O Washinglonw, . .. ,. 7 WSC 0 Washinglon ..,.... ... 7 Idaho .,,,.. . O DOMINATING THE NORTHERN DIVISION lennis scene lor lhe Illh successive year, lhe power-packed Washinglon squad, led by lhe sen- salional Jim Brink, blanked every loe. Washinglon opened lhe season in Eugene, where lhey alrubbed lhe Oregon Ducks, 7 malches lo 0. Relurning home, lhe leam applied some more ol ils courl magic lo down lhe Washinglon Slale Cougars, 7 lo 0. The following week lhe Husky squad molored lo Tacoma, where lhey annihilaled lhe Norlhwesl Conference champs, College ol Pugel Sound, 6 lo I. In Corvallis lhe Oregon Slale Beavers were unable lo conlrol lhe l'ampaging Huskies anal lell aside, 7 lo O. In lhe linal home malches lhe Huskies lrounced lhe Idaho Vandals, 7 lo 0. Al lhe Norlhern Division lournamenl in Eugene, Washinglon corralled I8 oul ol a possible 20 poinls lor leam honors. Jim Brink caplured lhe singles lille, wilh Huskies Wally Boslick and Jack Lowe placing righl behind. In lhe doubles, Jim Brink and Jack Lowe garnered lop honors by delealing lheir leammales, Wally Boslick and Ken Burrows. Squad members Jim Brink, Jack Lowe, Wally Boslick, Ken Burrows, Wall Olson and Bill Vandenburg were unclelealed in Norlhern Division play. 270 -...U I. I A . .,,, we 4-Q - f 22:1 ,A 023, 4 .,1 A, gf., U , W, I, , I V ,. Z yy, A 71 kia xf te fi, ,A -29. 'E 1 X: Q T6 D' rg .:sH":L'l I Z ,,.....-P" N 1 w x, 5 5 5 5 if ,Q Q ,IN Ei 1 ls W w , . ' A . , 3, ff'135, . Y'?fA-1 - 'I Ff4 ',F 53 IN TI-IE NORTHWEST SKI UNION CHAMPIONSHIP. sponsored by The I-Iuslsy WinTeI' SpoI'Ts Club oT IvloI'Tin, The Teom Tools TiI'sT Iecsd by CcIpToin Bob ST. Louis, who copped The Tour-wczy individual TI'ophy. The some I'esuITs were obToined OT BonTT, PxIbeI'To, wiTh Bill Dunowoy ond Ross Willioms Ieoding The woy by winning The slolom ond gionT slolom, I-especTively. AT The NoI'TheI'n Division meeT, held QT IvloI'Tin, Bill Dunowoy ron OTT wiTh individuol com- bined honors ond GusTcIv Rooum won The jumping com- peTiTion. CopTcIin Bob ST. Louis wos ouT oT ocTion duI'ing This meeT, due To injuries. The Teom received iTs gI'eoTesT TI'ibuTe when all Tour men chosen To I'epI'esenT The sToTe oT WoshingTon in The PI'esidenT's Cup roce oT Sun Volley were chosen Trom The UW Teom. These men were Rees STevenson, Bill TcIlboT, Bob ST. Louis ond Bill Dunowoy. The suc:cessTul eTToI'Ts oT The Teom in conTinuing Wosh- ingTon's dominonce in WesTern inTeI'collegioTe skiing. in spiTe OT The gI'eoTIy increosed level oT compeTiTion, iusTiTies The newly ocquired mojor sToTus oT The spoI'T, ond speolss mosT highly Tor The cIbiliTy oT Cooch Compbell. fsAii9f'3'I,i - Ig? i ' , Illf- I I A- ug-3 , I IM, " .i . y Qbssifgtbvenson.. MII! I :re , I Ij,,lISIfIsin. Al15IenTd'bT+ ffgjal Ross Williams Igilbf 5PQwQ.r' Qndh ' X II' ". II' ' I-35" ,I Ifu' I ' E ,H j ii: X I 7 'Ii RLY ,IL I III Ta ln: 1 QQ - D., , I1 V V Igi. I .V If" I . IBIIIIIIMM-. I Q Liqfh 'BBB -VIV '?5gsLIRv6sfTSISveI1sdIvif If U Q' IQ'6.9:slh- Cdhjpf I .. . gig? I ' Ai 15 47.41 - ffl I ' IEE . , f'2'i3l Bob ST. Louis Cupfain I GusTciv Raoum 'K Joe Greene Eddie Draper ssu 1347 COACH BILL JEFFERSON'S divof diggers complefed a successful season in I947 by copping second place in fhe Norfhern Division, losing only fo fhe Universify of Oregon. Opening fhe golf season, fhe Huskies fraveled fo Eugene fo meef fhe pofenf Oregon Ducks and were edged ouf by a l5V2 fo l IV2 score. From fhis poinf on fhe mafch scores 'look on a differenf aspecf. V On a frip fo fhe Palouse counfry, Washingfon golfers were vicforious over ldaho wifh a ISVQ fo IIVZ vicfory, wifh Jim Mallory, Eddie Draper and Joe Greene of fhe Huskies all carding 72's. ln Pullman fhe WSC clubmen pul' up a valianf baffle before succumbing by a l4V2 'l'o IZVZ score. Jim Mallory furned in a sparkling 63 on fhe par 70 layouf, while Eddie Draper and Joe Greene feamed up in fhe doubles fo fake a 6l fo'l'al in besf-ball compefifion. Back in Sieaffle, fhe hosf Huskies handed fhe Oregon Sfafe Beavers a shellacking fo fhe fune of 22lf2 fo 4V2. Eddie Draper's 63 for fhe par 64 course was fhe besf efforf of fhe day, and fhe Huskies losf only half a poinf in besf-ball compefifion. The Huskies also scheduled confesfs wifh fhe College of Pugef Sound Loggers from Tacoma and fhe Seaffle College Chieffains. 274 Scoring a.,,..lsV2 I V2 ......,u2V2 4V2 MINOR W AWARDS were l'eceived for ibe I947 season by Jim Mallory, Eddie Draper, Joe Greene, Dick Greene, Howard Siroupe cmd Bob Sberriff. Mallory and Draper aHerna+ed +l'1rougl'1ou+ 'rhe season in 'rhe No. I posirion. Also lending able assisiance 'lo 'rhe above !eHermen were Bob Rogers, Glen Duggins, Doug Whire, Bob Bleek, Bill Crews, George Hornyak, Bob lhlanfeldl and Joe Lagazzino. Wi'H'1 golf advancing 'l'o maior spor'r s'l'ai'us in I948, and wi'I'l1 mos? of 'flue I947 'ream rerurning +o rhe links under 'rlfie Purple and Gold banner, Wasl1ing+on can look forward 'ro increased inreresr and an improved game, and a fair possibiliry of a rerurn of Hue champion- ship lrophy. Howard Sfroupe L - 4 Y - . 1 , , ' 4 'VV 4 .x-. 2.1 , V ,H 1: 1 ,, , r. I V k ' , A W :H - we 1 . 5 , Q: . 1. - ,V , A . .vx. l A 1-lv " - ' . ' Xfffzfi fy 'is-,N L, 'f .eifkf fri.- Varsify Volleyball Team-Fronh Bob McNeil, Mike Scanlon, Arlin Skursfen, Ken Wrigh+ and Busfer Shim. Bck:CoachNo' Kd Sn' Min'S 'i'Mn 'BbM k' Pl'M b BbB'wnDave a im un e, eior on pois aagen o ac ue, ee ay erg, o no , Henderson, Bob Brinnar, John Brinnar, John Lindsirom and Manager Bob Doll. HUSKY VOLLEYBALLERS, under Coach Norm Kunde, made a fine record for fhemselves in l948, winning ihe Norihwesi ln'rer-Collegiaie Volleyball Championship irophy. ln lheir +ournamen+s al' Por'I'- land lReed Collegel, Yakima, Bellingham, and on home couris, +he Washingion +eam made 'l'he record of 2l games won io 8 los'r. The +eam also compeied in single ma'I'ches wi'I'l1 Tacoma YMCA, SeaHle YMCA and 'rhe Washing'l'on A'I'hlei'ic Club. For 'iheir ou'rs1'anding exhibiiion of ball se+s and kills, 'ren men received Minor W's: Arlin Skarsfen, Bob Brown, John Mayberg, John Linclsirom, Mike Scanlon, Bus+er Shim, Bob McNeil, Dave Henderson, Ken Wrighl and Bob Brinner. THIS YEAR WAS THE SECOND chance for men inieresied in handball 'io compeie for +he Huskies wi+h ofher organizaiions. Three 'ieams were chosen 'Through a preliminary ladder +ournamen'l' ai' 'ihe Pavilion, players being narrowed down for league play. Coached by Augie Auernheimer, 'rhe Husky reams compeied againsl' squads in 'rhe Pugei' Sound Handball League. Organizaiions played included 'I'he Washingion A+hle'I'ic Club, SeaHle YMCA, Seal- He Fire Deparimeni, Tacoma Elks Club, and 'rhe Tacoma YMCA. Members of ihe "A" feam receiv- ing Minor W's wel'e Bob S+rong, Bill Adkinson, Ed Armes and Ed Funsinn. Oiher 'ream members noi' awarded leHers were Dick McKay and Warren Scholl. 276 FIST-FEST FIGHT FANS go'r aclion plus as l'he eighl-looul Fis'r-Fesl on March 3 pro- duced four TKO's, a pair of KO's and +wo decisions. More 'rhan 4000 spec- +a1'ors saw an aciion-marked card in which Two new champions were crowned. In +he l45-pound class Don Peek won lhe +i+le, while Bob Hu1"I'on lopped 'Phe I55-pounders. O+her all-U champions were Perry Barih, ban+am- weighh Doug Ma+he-son, feaiher- weighlg Dale Richardson, weller- weighh Myron Ringsiacl, middle- weighi, and Don Coryell, ligh+-heavy- weighf. John Prechek, I948 Golden Gloves champ, relained his U crown by slopping Dmi+ri Tadich in +he un- limi+ed class. John Prechek in c clinch wilh Dmilri Tadich Gus Charouhas ready wilh a punch for Perry Barlh Myron Ringsfacl on fhe offensive againsi Roger Lasswell 277 Cenlers Sanford Shaub, Dave Hughes, John Rognan and Fred Adair. Backs Vic'l'cr Howe, Jack Selh, Howie Bellows and Waller Backus. Backs Mike Michael, Evan Davis, Ralph Welch and Harold Swank. Backs Jim Rosenzweig, En1me'H' Bosal-1, Howie Bellows and Roland Kirkby. Backs Hanl-1Tiedemann, MikeMichael, Ralph Welch and Herb Wilson. SEASON RECORD UW 27 UW 7 UW I8 UW I9 UW 20 -Idaho Oregon OSC Marines WSC IES: ROY CC"'IS0"' ROY 5G'1fIbe"9 and Mike NORTHERN DIVISION FRESHMAN CHAMPS in Iheir Opening 'rheir season againsl' Idaho al Spokane, I'he frosh came back from a 7-7 lie al' Jrhe half 'ro rush Ihree Iouchdowns and win 27-7. Herb Wilson, EmmeI"r Bosak and Roland Kirkby 'I'alIied for Washinglon, Kirkby scoring on a 63-yard iaunl. On 'Ihe home 'Field nexl, I'he Pups again had 'I'o come 'From behind 'ro 'rie Oregon 7-7 on a pass from J. R. ge 'Io Bill Pe'Ierson, afler 'rrailing 7-0 al' 'Ihe half. The frosh de'Fea'I'ed OSC a'I' Corvallis I8-6, wi+h Bosak 1g on a buck and Ends Johnson and Pelerson 'rallying on passes. Elusive running and aggressive Iine play combined lo hand +he Huskies a I9-6 win over 'rhe Camp Pen- n Marines. Jim Rosenzweig's 47-yard dash, Howie Bellows' pass l'o Kirkby and PeI'erson's recovery of a led punl by Frilz Dudek accounled for 'rhe Pups' scoring. The lirosh cinched I'he Norlhern Division cham- Back row: Mike Kuchara and Roy Carlson, assislanl' coaches, Ven-Ie McNeil, Bob Hepler, Ralph Welch, John Rognan, Bob DeLaVerne, Jim O'Brien, Chuck Coalney, Neil Boyd, Bill Pelerson, Waller Backus, Tom Nelson, Bob Hurd. Third row: J. R. Savage, Bill Brenner, Pal Cos'I'elIo, Howie Wesliuk, Fred Adair, Jim Rosenzweig, Richard MerriH', Ron Mullen, Sanford Shaub, Joe Tyson, Frilz Dudek, Hank Tiedemann, Coach Roy Sandberg. Second row: Hugh Williams, manager, Wall Green, Fred Kirchner, Joseph Cloidl, Dick Pe'Herson, Dwaine Lambert Frank Lindsey, Doug MacFarlane, Jack Se'I'h, Howie Bellows, Emmell Bosak, Carl Richari. Firsl row: Dick Zulendo, Don Morgan, Harold Swank, Evan Davis, Viclor Howe, Bill Senica, Bob Farr, Herb Wilson, Erling Johnson and Roland Kirkby. IRIISH CHHIHPS . Ends: Bill Pelerson, Neil Boyd, Ei-ling Johnson and Joe Cloidl. liirsl season of posl'-war compeI'iI'ion, Ihe Husky Pups racked up anolher unbealen season. Coached by Roy Sandberg, 'I'he Husky frosh ended l'he year wilh a record of four viclories and one 'Iie 'ro lop lheir league. AI 'Ihe end of The season l'he popular menlor Iefl' 'For a WSC coaching pos'I. ,hip by 'rrouncing Washinglon S+aI'e 20-0, wilh Bosak, Kirkby and Jack Selh scoring for Ihe Huskies. ds: Dick PeH'erson, Howie Wesiiuk, Doug MacFarlane, Frilz Dudek, Bill Senica Tackles: Carl Richar'I', Bob Hurd, Jim O'Brien, Chuck Coalney and Bob Hepler. Dwaine Lamberl. ' iiiuiiiiddnwiiiiiiii NOMINATED by Varsi'l'y Coach Al Ulbrickson +o represeni' fhe Uni- versiiy of Washingion in The annual Lake Washingion regaHa, 'lhe I947 ediiion of 'l'he freshman crew responded by iaking Third place behind Harvard and Yale. Harvard was clocked ai' a phenomenal 5 minuies 29 seconds, +he fasfesi' recorded 'rime for 2000 mefers. Yale was one lengfh behind, and less 'rhan six feel' behind 'ihem came Washingi'on's galley-load of freshmen, leading a close-packed clusfer of nine o+her en'l'ran+s. Yale was fimed a+ 5 minu'l'es 5l.8 seconds and 'l'he Huskies a'l' 5 min- uies 5I.9 seconds. Good wea'l'her and a crowd es'I'imai'ed of I l0,000 were on hand 'l'o wilness 'rhe race. ' Less l'han 'rwo weeks previously Coach 'Bud Raney's frosh had won +he 'rwo-mile eveni ai' Poughkeepsie, compeiing agains'l' some of +he bes+ freshman crews in 'lhe coun'rry. Man'Ford'McNeil, bow, Bill Wall, 2: Bob Young, 3, David Nixon,.4g Norman Buvick, 5' Bob Harris, 65 Rod Johnson, 7: Warren Wes+lund, siroke. Fron'l': Allen Morgan, cox 280 , Fronf: Ed Sand, J. R. Savage, Don Sfewarf, Carl Marienson, Jack Ward, Don Mullen and Ted Niemeyer. Back: Clark Jones, manager: Keifh Jefferson, Duane Berenfson, Gerry Kimmerle, Bob Glen, John Kosfelyk and Lou Soriano. FHUSH BHSIIEIBHII TWO WASHINGTON FRESHMAN CAGERS hif fhe IOO- poinf scoring mark fhis year as Coach Bill Morris' Husky pups closed ouf a successful season wifh a record of I2 wins and fhree defeafs. S+iII on 'lop of 'Ihe scoring column af season's end was Bremerfon's Louie Soriano, who puf fogefher 45 field goals and I7 free fhrows for a fofal of IO7 poinfs. He was pressed by Duane Berenfson of Anacorfes, who fallied 43 poinfs in 'Ihe Iasf four games fo end fhe year wifh an even I00. In winning I2 of fheir I5 confesfs fhe frosh averaged 57.4 poinfs a game and held fheir opponenfs fo an average of 4I .8 poinfs. Season Record UW .,.... 44 Sea++le Elks Club ........ UW ....,. 67 Richland .... UW ...... 56 UW ...... 62 Lower Columbia JC., Olympic JC ..,.....,,,..,.. UW ,..... 48 ' UW .,,... 44 Forf Lawfon UW ,...,. 63 Lower Columbia JC.. UW ...,.. 62 ' For? Lewis .,,.... ,,,,,,,.,,,,, cps .......,.,,. ffffffff Evereff JC ..,....,,,,.,.,.,. Olympic JC ..,.,.,... CPS .,....,,,,,....,,..,., Evereff JC ,,.......... Olympia All-Sfars .,..,. Collins ,,...,,A,,,,,.,,.Y Poffing P8rH ....,,,.., Fronf: Keifh Jefferson, Don Sfewarf, Carl Marfenson and Jack Ward. Back: Gerry Kimmerle, Bob Glen, Duane Berenfson, Lou Soriano and Coach Bill Morris. IHTHHITIURHL HDIHIHISTHHTIUH Bob Merryman, Senior Manager Lon Sfevens, Direcfor of lI'I'l'I'Gl'11Ul'C1l Sporls Wayne Brumbaclx - Assislanl Direclor of Inframural Sporls. Freshman and Sophomore Managers Froniz Sian Kriegler, Tom Culberlson and John Slevens. Back: Lew Nelson Gnd Bill MYel'5- John lsfecl, Junior Manager Bob Joslyn, Junior Manager Jerry Baillie, Junior Manag ,sl H l Hon-seshoes Hal Miles and Bob French, MacGregol House. Crew Bill Joosf, Bud Shiel, Tad Lafimer Bill Lafirner and Pe're Aposlolou Phu Gamma Della. SP i947 IlliRHIilUHHl UJIHHEHS Tl ack Flonl Dick Blown Don Jones Phil Henderson and Bob Flefcher. Back Eugene Shnl-4 Conlacl Maflcnd, Fred Provo, Arnie Wein- melsfel John Day Bill Benne'H and Donn Harrison, Phi Gan-ima Sollball F Fron'l: Bud Shiel, Paul Slams, Dick Hagen and Bill Taylor. Back: Frank Horsely, Bob Kane, Bill Higgins, Pele Apos+olou, KenWillic1ms and Berle Graham, Phi Gamma Delia. ll Q ll? Al Gerwig, MacGregor House, Table Tennis: Ray Olson, Kappa Sigma, Wl'es+lingg K Chorllon, Phi Gamma Del+a, Baskeiballg Orr Harrelson, Phi Delia Thefa, Cross-Counlryg Sandy Moore, Della Chi, Fooiballg Bob Regan, Be+a Thefa Pi, Swimming. Hill IHTHHIHURHL IUIHHEHS SWHHWWG Bruce MacGauley, Peie Salmon, Bob Regan, Bruce Gellafely, Dick Keller and Jim Ingram, Beia The+a Pi. FUUTBHLL Back: Al Cornef, Eivind Lange, Wally Kean, Jerry Scheller, Dick Phillips, Ed Brown, Vic Odegcrd, Boody Gilberlson and Charlie Schaeffer. Fronl: Tom Mans- field, Doug Cardle, Sandy Moore, John Hansen George Kepka and Ken Billings, Della Chi. I 284 . , ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. W,--,l 2, nf WRESTLING BHSHETB i Hll Back: Al Kreizler, Ivor Osflund, Ken Leimcn ond John Back: Chuck Brown, Tom McGeorge, Slewczrl Swif-l, BczrreH'. Fronf: J. L. Wolfers, Dick Hayes and Ron WU""eN We5+lUHd. Gene Mel'CSI'. Sid 5I'I'1lil'1 Gnd Shjvener Kappa Sigma Coach Bolo Jorgensen. Fron'l': Paul Sloms, K Chorl- I i ion, Al Lauriisen, Jack Lowe and Bob Moen, Phi THBLETEHHIS CHUSSGUUHTHU Claude While, Bob Seigeri and Al Gerwig, Moc- Dick Brown and Conrad Molluncl, Phi Delia Thelo. Gregor House.- ,ggr "L Dave Roberls, Eagleson Hall, Giani' Slalom, Bill Carlyon, Phi Gamma Delia, Baclminiong John Rolfe, Phi Gamma Delia, Skiing: Dick Hagen, Phi Gamma Della, Handball, Bill McGovern, Phi Delia Theia, Volleyball: John Prechek, Kappa Sigma, Boxing: Wesley Freciericl-1, Adelphi, Fencing. LUIHTEH IIHHHIHUHHL LUIHHEHS .unQQAv1 BUXIHG Back: Ari HuHon, Roger Lasswell, Claude Whife, Gus Charouhas, Dwayne Frifsche. Front Don Coryell and Dev GosseH, Kap- pa Sigma. Noi Picfured: Bill McNeilly. Dave Rober+s, Eagleson Hall, Giani Sla- lom winner. BHlllHIlliUll Bob Barr and Bill Carlyon, Phi Gamma Delia. 286 Joy Sullivan and Gordon Hefford. HHHDBHLL Bill Higgins and Dick Hagen, Phi Gamma Della. SHHHG i Woody Jepsen, John Rolfe, Mike Hansen and Brooks Biddle, Phi Gamma Della. VULLEUBHLL Jack Waechler. Back: Dave Hughes, Orvis Harelson and Bill McGovern, Pl1i Della Tlneia. 287 I fi' " 9 ij, -...- FY ? 6 9 R v 5 '2 , fx ' --.- : ' J 1 W AS X X., X 2, 5 egg 1 ' gfej XX 'N X NX 2. ' .' - .iv I ,. .A.. N e, XX X K sm EQ K S55 xjg Y , .X .. . ' f . - - -iikf ,we 'X if Vs 4 1 I M 4 om Q X A v wx' .wx ,, '1 --x fs fQ..,.35mw5?w Yfvmswsf we ' "" :Ai ...fa v E115 :. X152-' X -,X :vs :,:- .- .-ESQ, M? X-X 3 X X, X x x N Nm 5 m - , Q ,X , X A X Q x 'Q Q, . ,wwf :v H -, ' . XX , X Y . -X ,. .X . 3 QQ ,. eil ,QW ,. , f 2f555fQ'5Q"4'3,ei'Q: :,--- - r.. 'Ti 165 XX :-. 11. . - vf- " . is - . Y 'X " 'X uf "" A' ' " 51 15- K ' N 351 f 4.1 2: X Saw Q 11 2l5X!.Qis l f swf 55,,3,.: X.. g ig: X Qwy' ,NN X X ,E wi f XX 1 'X U A .5 4- Xgv av. 2 'K fi? f A I' 1 Q X 2 fa X X v X 2 -9 'Q 'X V E , 5 M X . -X. , . X X5 ,iv yy '53 'FRN' X X Q, -X - -,T - 1- "I:.tCiX-X . X H . XM.. . ,. x... X X I 5 Y. - Q-' WTA ' 38 XXX 4 WEJQSSSKN Q X- N X mg. V X' , .W ,NN ii Q' Q A F1 AX 2 X vgegfm, 4- . 2 . ,.. .,.. l , if K X H ,,4.w" .5521 .2.- ,QWQ ' 3-51,464 -' Q 'ffwff 5 , A 1 f A A f wi' ,- . -,p w- ' Y I R ,, X , 5. 4, . FronT: Lucybelle Ryan, Rosemary Bond Allen cmd Marlys Johnson. CenTer: Lorraine Flower, Gloria Gould, Helen DexTer, Phyllis Nelson, Glenna Manning and BeTTy Bearsley. Back: DoroThy Holler, Marion Wilkeson, Lucille Trucano, JanneTTe PHUWEHHDERS Tl-lERE'S NO FEUDIN' AND FIGHTIN' aT The weekly sessions OT The Promenaders, square dance group. Bolh men and women belong, and The group meeTs each Wednesday in The Burr and Joyce Bonlie. women's gym under The direcTion OT Adviser Miss RuTh Wilson. Prornenaders, in Their c:olorTul cOsTun'ies, have enTerTained Tor many civic organizaTians. l-lighlighTing winTer quarjrer was a Trip To STanwood, where The dancers gave several dernonsTraTions and were honored aTTerward wilh a loanqueT. Duck and Dive" in The Dance STudio. Square dancing aT Wesley house New Top row: Janel' Maurer, Elizabelh McNamee, Delores Weeks, Jackie Gibbs, Bea Sorenson, Miss Belly Slauqhler, Lillian Hope, Arlene Gadd, Clarice Loren and Pal Walker. Middle row: Jane Aldrich, Margarel Lillle, Lila Phillips, Pal Meyer, Lou Towers, Helene Heib, Claire Thompson and Rulh Finney. Eollom row: Frances George, Carla Cummins, Pal Shively, Phyllis Ocker, Donna Haskell, Peggy Hardman, Eileen Williams and Joan Niesen. SILVER FISHES SILVER FlSl-lES ore chosen ol highly-compelilive lull lryouls ond meel ol leousl lwice or weela wilh lheir odviser, lvliss Belly Slcxughler, lo improve sl-sills ond rhylhm in coordinoled group swimming. These oulslonding swimmers presenled lheir onnucil wcler poqeonl, 0 slrihing blend ol music, dancing ond swimming, lhis spring. The show was oriqincled ond produced by lhe group. Righl: Margarel Lundberg, presidenlg Helene Heib vice-presidenl, and Claire Thompson, secrelary Lucille Badda Dolores Decker Jean Dougherfy Carol Grover Donna Jean LaPoin+e Presideni' Secrefary Mariha Jane Schuh Shirley Simmons Geraldine Yearsley URCHESIS ORCHESIS, MODERN DANCE GROUP. presenied an informal recilal for dance slrudenls fall quarler. "Voudoun," a Caribbean love siory in four scenes, was given by The group early in March as lheir annual produciion. Orchesis members in lhe casi' were Lucille Badda, Dolores Decker, Donna Jean La Poinle, Carol Grover, Nancy Lawlon, Rulh Ann Ruhl, Mariha Jane Schuh, Shirley Simmons, Jean Dougheriy and Geraldine Yearsley. A selecied group of dancers assisiing in "Voudoun" included Barbara Blaclqbburn, Geraldine Burnham, Jean Cameron, Bar- bara Clarls, Calherine Davidson, Rosalie l-loar. Annie Mary Knighlon, Donna Lee Marlin, Ralricia Schofield, Fern Simmons, May Tsuisumoia and Gloria Wigger's. Mary Aid deVries direcis Orchesis. Nancy Lawfon Rufh Ann Ruhl Mcriha Schuh, Jean Crook and Carol Grover Lucille Badda and Ruih Ann Ruhl HUCHEU CLUB FALL QUARTER Tound hoclsey lovers ouT behind The gym boTTling bad weaTher and bruised shins. l-lere memloers OT The club, playing eiTher on The purple or The gold Team, ToughT Tor scoring honors. ln December The club Traveled To PorTland Tor The NorThwesT Field l-loclsey conTerence, where They won one game, Tied one and losT anoTher. FronT: Olive Dickson, Marilyn Nordale, Frankie Milligan, Doro- Thy Thomson, Marie Larson, Phyllis Jones and PaT Penny. Back: Lorraine Flower, Frances Pflug, HorrieT Lundberg, BeTTy Wade PaT Hinman, Gladys Boner, EIizobe+h Norie, Peggy McElroy Alice Cole, PaT Karrasch and Carolyn Albers. HHCHEHU CLUB Tl-TE ARCHERY CLUB, composed oT boTh men and women, meeTs all Three guarTers. Members are To Tound procTicing Twice on week on The Tield in TronT oT The gym. Archers parTicipaTed in Two meeTs This spring, The WinTei' lnTercollegiaTe in March and The NaTional Telegraphic meeT in May. Miss Jane McGownd, adviser: Charleen Myers and Kay McKulla. Fern Simons, Jerry Hielm, Charleen Myers, Kay McKulIa, Jean MaH'c1ce, Bob Vaughan and Don Buchanan. 2-92 CLUBS UFHCIHLC' CLUB Tl-LE OFFICIALS' CLUB fills a need Tor Trained referees in The inlramural sporls program and gives Physical Educaiion majors praclical experience. Members oiii- ciale al inlramural volleyball, baslseiboll and baseball Lournamenis. Froni: Doris Burke, Bonnie Moines, Pal Kucerc. Back: Doroihy Alm, Emma Jelleberg, Jan Wall and Phyllis Oclner. TEILUIS CLUB ONE OF TI-IE MOST ACTIVE groups. Jrhe Tennis Club, under The leadership of Joan Wilson, holds meeiings every week where members learn meihods oi increasing Jrheir skill. Praciice ses- sions are climaxed by The ladder Lour- nameni held in The spring. Fronf: Bea Sorenson, June Bluechel, Joan Wilson, Eileen Williams and Phillis Oeslrich. Middle: Kafhryn Cummins, Pai' Fiering, Jo Krause, Jackie Sfephens, Marilyn Nordale and Mary Schollmeyer. Back: Miss Donna Miller, adviser, Jean Carr, Janelle Thomp- son, Joan Brook, Jessie Ragsdale and Pai' Handlin. mixfns A POPULAR FEATURE of The Physical Educalion program, mixers are held weel-sly in Lhe dance Lheaire. I-Iere, under Jrhe direciion of Miss Ruih Wil- son, square dance lovers duck 'n dive, do The Virginia Reel and Jrhe Texas Siar. 293 Fronl Claire Thompson, Char Searles and Lollie Dousl. Middle: Marilyn Murl'ay, Joan Wilson, Allison Hale Smilh, Rosemary uigley and Loree Henderson. Back: Pally Bendshadler, Marilyn Smilh, Barbara Quinn, Mary Marble, Jan Dowd and Polly Sulheiland 1947 GHRHHHT THUPHU LUIHHEH Tl-lE HENRIETTA GARHART CUP is awarded yearly lo lhe leam accumulaling lhe mosl poinls in lhe women's inlramural games. Kappa Kappa Gamma, under lhe guid- ance ol Joan Wilson and Bev Whaley, leam caplains, won lhe lrophy lor l947. Kappas lools lirsl place in lhe swimming lournamenl, wilh ils slars, Margarel Lund- berg, Claire Thompson, Sylvia Clise and Janel Dowd. The house caplured lhe wom- en's loaslaelloall championship wilh a leam composed ol Marilyn Smilh, Polly Bend- shadler, Emily Gene Ragle, Joan Wilson and Lisa Tauloman. Topping lhe baolminlon douloles compelilion climaxed lhe Kappas' winning season, wilh honors going lo Emily Gene Ragle and Lisa Tauloman. 294 IHTHHHIUHHLS VUUTUBHLL EN'l'l-lUSlF'xSlVl AND LIVELY COMPETI- TION marlaed This year's volleyball Tour- namenT. Played as a double eliminaTion conTesT which allowed Teams To meeT The maximum numloer oT opponenTs, exciTemenT reached a climax in The hard-ToughT Gam- ma Phi-Blaine hall game. The deTermined Gamma Phis Took The lead early in The game, buT laTer were swamped lay The daunTless Blaine hall Team, 39-33. FronT: JaneTTe Thompson, Eleanore Ludeman, Bar- bara TwiTchell and Marilyn Nordale. Back: Jessie Ragsdale, Doris HunTer, Jo Moberg and Barbara SmiTh. 295 SUFTBHLL T947 IN Tl-IE SPRING, along wiTh budding Trees and blue slaies come soTTball games wiTh Their exciTemenT and Tense momenTs. Champions wiTh The baT and glove in The Tournam3nT lasT spring among women's organized houses was McKee hall, whose deTermined Team won in a hard-ToughT con- TesT. The winning group Tools laurels under The guidance oT CapTain MargareT STanTon. Geraldine Madden, Edi+h Salo, Eileen Williams, MargareT STanTon, MargareT WesT and DoroThy Alm. i . SLUIHHHIHG FIRST EVENT on The women's sporTs col- endar was The inTramural swimming meeT held in November. l-lere conTesTanTs meT in weekly eliminaTion TournamenTs, wiTh high- esT scorers splashing Their way To The Tinol meeT in December. Top honors This year wenT To The energeTic WaTer RaTs, Tollowed by DelTa ZeTa, wiTh Gamma Phi BeTa cap- Turing Third place. Winners oT individual evenTs were champion swimmers Lucille Badda, Emma Jelleberg, Ina Salmon and Lillian l-lope. Jo Weller, Lillian Hope, Eileen Williams, Charmicn Risegari and Ina Salmon. BHSHETBHLL BANGED ELBOWS AND SORE KNEES were only a parT oT The many Things which happened during The women's organized houses' basl4eTball TournamenT, sponsored by The Women's Physical EducaTion cleparT- menT. DespiTe minor calamiTies, The Triendly rivalry ended wiTh McKee hall Taking Top honors. .CapTain oT These hard-playing girls was MargareT STanTon. - DoroThy Alm, Mary Crowback, GreTchen Ward, McxrgareT STcnTon, Rosalie ReichmuTh, EdiTh Salo and EdiTh Volk. Y W 4 mm, 1: , 311 BHDHTIHTUH CLIMAXING a hard-TaughT doulale elin'i- inaTion Tournan'1enT, Kappas Lisa Taubmann and Emily Gene Ragle swamped Leary hall Tor The I947 bad:-ninTon doubles champion- ship. Blaine hall Triurnphed when Wen Yun Wei beaT her Twin sisTer JudiTh in The singles Tinal. SHIIHG BAD WEATHER harnpered acTiviTies in The wan-1en's inTran'1ural races aT lvlarTin on WashingTon's BirThday, and enTries were Tewer Than anTicipaTed. Winners aT The downhill slalorn were The "LiTTle l.ulus": Kay EleeTwood, Elaine l-loln1sTad, Ilene Madsen, Grace Bovee and JanneTTe Burr. Second place was garnered by The DelTa Garnnwas. Grace Bovee QQ we 5 ,I xff' H mb if Sq, K. 5? Q, 4 e'M'v:,::- 5 . Q ..i 1 .X MN D M 'V . fy Y ,. S D AX1K H7L! U V H N Afflerbach, Barbara, Presidenf Allingham, Ruih Campbell, Joan Case, Evelyn Ann Cava, Gloria Crosby, Carol Dowd, Janei' Hieber, Marilyn Jones, Madeline Maihis, Marilyn Nilsen, Sylvia Randolph, Mary WUHTHH BUHRD "SERVICE, SCHOLARSHIP AND LEADERSHIP"-These are Jrhe by-worcls of Marial' Board. Junior women and Morlar Board aciives malae seleclions of Jrhose who have been supe- rior in boih scholarship and aclrivilies. Pledging is in Jrhe spring wiih a Tracliiional Jrapping ceremony. Members of Jrhis nalional honorary are especially nolrecl for Jrhe successful Tolo dance They sponsor each year. MEMBERS OE EIR TREE, men's aoiiviiy honorary, are selecled in May by aciiye members from Jrhe senior men who have been mosl prominenr in aclriviiies. Anolrher qualiiicalion is lhal lhe members have aiiended only ihe Universiiy of Washingron. Noi Piciured: Larry Anderson, Al Brevik, Monigomery John- son, William Morris and Roberr Waldo. Eaculiy: George Aslel, Charles Bechrol, Siephen Brown, l-larvey Cassill, Byron Chrislian, Percy Egivei, Gosla Erikson, Brondson l-larris, Donald Mackenzie, Clyde Robinson and Alvin Ulbrickson. FIR THE ,Swgwshx ,fn 2 WS fs' - sift' -5 i 4, A'li'i5i+ 'if' 5 -lk.-1l.,. Q, xi. we Q 1 1 A K 1 I 26 on i if ' 4' ,.. .. - ,,.,.,g if A fs' ' .' wi :img - ' if f , 4, Sampson, Dick, Presideni Clark, Lyle Funk, Wally Gilberison, Merlin Meyel's, George McGovern, William Powlison, Pele, Vice-Presideni' Provo, Fred Robinson, Sam Taylor, Bill, Secrefary-Treasurer Waller, Bruce Slevenson, Belly, Presidenl Adams, Anne Alexander, Grace Bailey, Janice Bean, Alice Berry, Eileen Brace, Jane Burnley, Mal'alyn Carlson, Eleanor Casllen, Alice Jean Clarke, Joanne Cowell, Alice Cumins, Carla Dennis, Molly Dousl, Laura Dow, Belly Dysarl, Dixie Engle, Palricia Eubanln, Eileen Gibson,Cl1arlyn Hardman, Margarel Hill, Belly Holland Mi nonelle I 9 Home, Jean Hammai Ivarsson, Solveig Langer, Helen Lawlon, Nancy Lockharl, Beverly Luvera, Phyllis Lynch, Palricia Magarinslsy, Galena Marlin, Norma Maxwell, Mary McKeown, Kalhleen Moals, Grace Moore, Beverlee Mueller, Emilie 'X 'lund Mulvey, Anne Oslrool, Mary Poollon, Marllia Pollerud, Eleanor Powers, Margarel Proclor, Palricia Roberlson, Palricia Smilll,Judill1 Soullnwicln, Joan Squire, ldalice Tarlre, Joanne Tliorlalsson, Ann Timmins, Emily Trueblood, Janel Viele, Barbara Wasser, Velma Weeks, Delores Wliilehead, Barbara Woodworllx, Belly 1 ul - HE! A FRESl-lMAN'S GOAL al llle end ol llwe year is pledging W-Key. Recommendalions come lrom all branclwes ol acliv- ilies in wl'1icl'1 a coed lwas slwown oulslanding service.Men1bers, who rnusl have a minimum ol Zl quarler liours, are ciclive unlil llwe second quarler ol llweir junior year. Nol Piclured: Jean Eicllelberger and Palricia l-lunlley. 302 TOTEM CLUB, upperclasswomen's honorary, seeks members in every field of acriviry. Members are chosen in The spring from women of iunior sianding who have conlribuled Their lime and eliiorls in service lo Washingion. iUiEHl CLUB F, 'fiwfffl Fox, Priscilla, Presideni Afflerlaach, Barbara Anderson, Marilyn Allingham, Rufh Budde, Jean Bruce, Marilyn Crosby, Carol Case, Evelyn Ann Cava, Gloria Campbell, Joan Chang, Jade Dobson, Jacquie Dowd, Janei' Fosfer, Aileen Frederick, Nayna Goff, Carolyn evasion, Gloria Halfer, Connie Hughes, Kay Hieber, Marilyn Jangard, Aileen Jorgenson, Harrier Jones, Madeline Leese, Gerry Maihis, Marilyn Morgan, Barbara Mosfosky, Parricia Mueller, Donna Nilsen, Sylvia Pendleion, Penny Randolph, Mary Reichmuih, Rosalie Ro+h, Marilyn Simmons, Shirley Wilson, Alice Whilman, Lillian Wilkeson, Marion Gilberlson, Merlin, Presidenl Members Adams, Brock Barr, Roberl Berlin, Gol'don Burrows, Kennelh Callow, Gordon ' Clark, Lyle Eilerlsen, William Funl-1, Wallie Hanson, Don, Secrelary Hungar, Gordon Jorgensen, Roberl Knighl, Harry Krisliansen, Richard McGovern, William Meyers, George Nash, Al Powlison, Pele Provo, Fred Richards, William Robinson, Sam Sampson, Richard Tale, Roberl' Taylor, William Tempio, Norman Trager, Roberl' Vandenburg h, William, Vice-Presidenl' Waller, Bruce Pledges Bird, Roberi' Blanchel', Roberl' Bogue, Philip Fennema, Carl Gibbs, Paul Graves, Sian Kalier, Howard Kaldul, James Lusler, AI Mack, Donald Sander, Edward Weinmeisler, Arnold eie UVHI CIUB PARTICIPATION IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR aclivilies is lhe crilerion lor membership in Oval club, men's aclivily honor- ary and service organizalion. Members are selecled by lhe aclive chapler from junior men whose academic recorclshave been superior and have been oulslanding in aclivilies. Na+ Piclurecl-Members: Geralcl Bell, Gail Bruce, Lee Camp- bell, lreasurerq Wal'd Cole, Richard I-lagen, Jacls Nichols, I-larry Rice, Charles Shealler, lvlarlin Smilh, Dave Thompson and Donald Wold. Pledges: Franls Conslanlino, Dicls Dun- ninglon, Les Ealhorne and William Wol'l4s. 304 ENCOURAGING HIGH SCHOLARSHIP and developmenl of sludenr leadership, lhe Sociely of lhe Purple Shield is an honorary open To underclassmen wilh Jrhe following require- rnenls: accurnulalive grade poinl average of 2.67, one quarler vviih a grade poinl of 3.0, and aciive parlicipalion in one rnaior or Two minor acrivilies. Noi Piciured: Thomas Davies, John Ellis, Paul Jacobson, Wing Luke and Fred Reelos. PURPLE SHIELD g i f V ' m um-I Q 1 Koldal, James, Presidenl Adams, Brock Baillie, Jerry Barduhn, Ari' Barr, Bob Barlh, Dean Berg, Hugo Brewer, Philip Brooks, Tom Burke, Jack Burrus, Flefcher Buvick, Norman Calene, John Chase, James Clinkenbeard, David Culp, Gordon Dixon, David Enger, OH'o Fleck, Don Funk, Wollie Gallagher, Roberi' Grim, Keifh Graves, Sian Henderson, Allan Hicks, John Hill, Prosper Ingram, William Klukis, Alan, Vice-Presidenl Knighf, Harry Koenig, Laird Krefzler, Allen MacGougan, Denny McAr'I'hur, Thad, Secrefary McCar+hy, Jack McDaniel, Bill MacGeorge, Tom McGirr, David Melilz, Peier Minar, Tony Moriari+y, Charles Newfon, Jack O'DonnelI, Richard Olsen, Roberf Opperman, Jack, Treasurer Peierson, James Robinson, William Shaeffer, David Simpson, Hunler Sienshoel, Dick Sfill, Marvin Talbof, James Tupper, James Webb, Cecil Zander, Earle Husfon, Jack, Presideni' Alexander, Bob Allsop, Ari Baird, Jim Barclay, Don Beall, Gil Benedic'I', Bill Berge, Bill Bigley, Bob Chase, Jim Clarke, Siu Clinkenbeard, Dave Cook, Jim Culp, Gordon Davis, Bruce Davis, Charles Eader, Ron Eilerfsen, Dicl-1 Fernyhough, Slan Fix, Bill Friars, John Greene, Larry Hagan, Pai' Hamel, Rod Hill, Don Hunlingion, Jerry Kosher, Al Koenig, Laird Kurih, Bob Nollan, Fred O'Flaher+y, Pai Opperman, Jack Persons, Dave Prince, Sian Pulsifer, Dan Roe, Ed Schliclaer, Bill ScoHon, Dean Thorp, Frank Tremblay, Dick Tobiason, Wall Van Rooy, Bill Walmsley, George Wegener, Sfiles Weiss, Jim Wolfsfane, Don Woolsey, Al Wrighf, Howie lIlHlHHlUiES lvlALAlvlUTES', unclerclassmen's service organizaiion, arranged card siunls and rally programs for ihe Homecoming game and managed Songiesi, which They sponsored during spring semesier. lvlalarnuies selecr iheir pledges on ihe basis oi Their aciiviiies and work for Jrhe Universiiy. Noi Picruredz Jack Coaies, Don Cori, Bill Easierbroolq, Whiiey Henderson, Bill Jacobsen, Jim James, Bernard Loo- nom, Gene Lough, Denny MacGougan, George McVea, Mala Moran, Siu Nachiwey, l-larry Parsons, l-lerb Sremler and Bob Thompsen. 306 HIHHHGERIHL CUUHCIL THE MANAGERIAL COUNCIL is composed of senior and iunior managers of all varsiry, minor, and inlramural sporls. Hs purpose is Jro. promole inlereslr in managerial aclivilies on rhe campus and +o bind Jrogelher +he inleresls ancl ideas of all upper-division managers. 4 Na+ Picrured: Senior: Don Hansen. Juniors: Bob Galleger and Barney McCallum. Senior Managerial Council Blancher, Bob, Presidenf Bogue, Phil Francke, John Mackie, Roberi' Merryman, Roberi' Rhineharf, Jim Sander, Ned J unior Managers Baillie, Gerry Behnke, John Gibson, John Hardman, Waller ls+ed, John Johnson, Roger Joslyn, Bob Ludwig, Howard O'Donnell, Richard Williams, Hugh Works, William, Commodore Anderson, John Barr, Roberi, Treasurer Benlhin, Bernard Blancher, Roberi' Breidenbach, A. J. Brown, Charles Callow, Gorclon Harrah, William Joosl, William Kilner, Pal Lamb, Loys, Secrefary Ludwigs, Howard Lund, Philo Mack, Don Marfin, Bob McFarland, Roberl' Milchell, Fred Moriarify, Charles Pulsifer, Dan Simpson, Hunfer Springgale, Jack Taylor, Allan Thompson, Dave Tu pper, Jim ORGANIZED ABOUT I9IO for Jrhe purpose of building up spirii and morale and culiivaiing The iraclilion oi rowing, Jrhe Varsiiy Boai Club requires four quariers oi rowing for eligi- biliiy. Na+ Piciurecl: Granl Bishop, Gordon Giovanelli, Virgil l-lofi. Leslie l-loflo, Bob Lee, Arne Madsen, Charles lvlcCar+hy, Fred Murray, James Rhinehari, Phil Runlqel, Paul Sexsmiih and Bob Will. vniisiiu Bum rips LUUTHEITS RHLLU CUllIHlIllEE THE WOMEN'S RALLY COMMITTEELis+l1e wornen's service organizaiion lo Jrlie Universily. Members are selecled for pep, vilraliiy and leadersliip and are pledged in winler quarler, allen' working during foolball season and liaving a personal inlerview willi The execulive looard, Rally commiilee aclivilies include greeling visiling Jreams and providing Jrransporlalrion lo llwe campus, lwelping vvilli Songlesl and pronwoling spiril al loolball games. Na+ Piclureclz Bolsy Jolinslon. Becker, Mary Belle, Chairman Brinl-1, Ruflu Cowan, Carol DeLong, Norma Folm, Pauline Gibbs, Jackie Jo Hieber, Marilyn Jongard, Aileen Longer, Helen Maxwell, Mary O'Brien, Jeanne Rarnaker, Nancy Ro+l1, Lynn Rowles, N oncy Scliulfz, Nancy Wl1i+el'1eacl,Bcn'bc1 I'CI Audrey Humason Barbara Miller Eoline Keller Chizuko Tamaye Carol Williamson Margie Voris Madeline Jones Vice-Presidenl' Secrelary Treasurer Hislorian BeHy McBe+h Yuki ldefa Presideni HI-I-- P H H R BUUHUII- Josephine Uhrich Dorofhy Swanson Mariorie Moon Joanne Holi Gloria Bockwoldl Marian Borgsiedf Glenna Johnson Jean 550,11 Joyce Johnson Jackie Gracia Doris Babbage SUB-IIHHPIEHS CHIWES Noi' Picfuredz Aikinson, Shirley Burroughs, Joyce McFaIe, Jo ce Miller, Shirley Snyder, Margaref IIHPPII y Burns, Dorofhy Demenf, Darlene Emery, Coralyne Fairless, Dixie Grimes, Nancy Hanna, Beverly Kinberg, Jeanne Larson, Ruby Millerup, Vickie Morris, Barbara Nichols, Nickie Shuman, Audrey Sorenson, Dorofhy Soule, Par Weber, Margie ZHRH HUDH Noi Piclured: Kanda, Berry Kemp, Phyllis Miner, Doris Villar, Anifa Zueff, Lydia Ausfen, Jean Bockwoldi, Gloria, Presidenf Burns, Irene Carlile, Frances Chandler, Barbara Gear, Helen Gracia, Jackie Hamilfon, Laberfa Harris, Lois McDonald, Dorolhy Moon, Mariorie Nelson, Pearl Oliver, Nina Peferson, Leoniina Sayce, Joy Schade, Kafherine Small, Elaine Sfanaway, Juanifa Sfevens, Mariorie Whiicomb, Nancy Borgsfedl, Marian, Presidenf Broad, Belly Burmasfer, Rufh Ellingson, Echo Gorder, Betfy Hoke, Mary Holi, Joanne Jones, Beverlie Lee, Helene McCulIom, Frances Mock, Velma Nennsberg, Zena Norfon, Barbara Olson, Helen Swinford, Shirley Tiala, Lois Westin, Marlha Weinmeisier, Helen Winkley, Marian Bode, Norma Hara, Amy Hirabayashi, Edna Pefers, Nancy Scoff, Jean, President Suzuki, Fumi Suzuki, Rosie Noi Picfuredz Annie Mary Knighfon, Eugenia Allen and Rusly Rilfer. E 'Tha PI-IRATERES IS AN INTERNATIONAL social ancl'service organizajrion open Io all women on Jrhe campus. Phraleres women have lun living Ihen rnollo of Famous lol' Frienclli- ness All Phiaieies conslsls ol elghl sub chapirers, each hav- FJI1 BE! U S . f' ." . S 5' 'J ing Jrheir Jrracliiional aciiviiies and social evenis. SIGWH SIGMA, lormerly Sylvan, sub-chapler members odd lo lheir regular social evenls a lradilional slumber parly, while ZARA KODANS especially enjoyed lheir slsi parly. Tuesday nighl meelings ol BETA sub-chapler are enlivened by lolls ol slsiing, skaling, barbeque or banquel plans. Tl-IETA women seem lo have a monopoly on 'fhe Phraleres scholarship cup, bul Thela Members: lhey also go in lor sporl, social and service allairs. KAPPA women specialize in social allafrs, and also excel al sporls. Culinary maslerpieces and unusual parlies are lhe maria ol LAMBDA members. Tradilional wilh CHI sub-chapler are lhe annual Chrislmas Toyland and moonlighl hayride. CHIMES members concenlrale on gelling well acquainled, and plan many group aclivilies. Nol' Piclured: Baker, Barbara Henderson, Earline Oldfin, Sandra Gangnes, Marie Walker, Pai Baringer, Carol Hvammep. :Thelma Pallerson, Pal Ishida, Jean Welsh, Mariorie Barnharl, Beverly ldela. Mlijlle P,-ice' paf Jeffords, Jean Walsh, Eva Bradshaw KEY ldefa' Yf'k" Russell, Barbara J9ne5' Myfanwy Brown Adele Presidenl Sala Ednh Klrkpalrlck, Eleanor CIark'Elsie J0l1r1S0n.31QvCe T . ' M . Knighlon, Annie Mary C ,Q d B H Jones. Wlfflffed awe' anal' Neuberl, Elizabelh raw or ' e Y LBWVGV. Mildred Takanol Belly Rieck, Charlolle Edmlmdsione. M-il'Y0DdB Manslon, Pal Tar-naye, Chizuko Rifle.-I Rugfy Haupl. Dorolhy Miller, Barbara Zackovich, Wanda Smellzer, Shirley Bruce, Marilyn Dye, Elizabelh Hirsch, Barbara Johnson, Glenna, Presidenl Keller, Eoline Naismilh, Zela Nakashima, Sadako Rulien, Barbara Shuell, Margarel Augusl, Lenore Babbage, Doris, Presidenl Barlow, Doreen Bergsagel, Clara Cecchi, Janel Converse, Virginia Cusler, Lois Fleisher, Maida French, Nancy Gaslon, Gloria Glenn, Joyce Humason, Audrey Johnson, Elynor Jones, Madeline Knapp, Lois Koopman, Belly Lind, Joan Lorenfz, Rulh Malsuda, Kalherine McManes, Vivian Moolafes, Dorolhy LHWBUH LAMBDA Juellen, Jean Ondo, Virginia Sakanashi, Fudge Vowles, Jean Williamson, Carcl BETA McBelh, Belly, Presidenl Morgan, Cha rlolle Porler, Virginia lHElH Uhrich, Josephine Voris, Margie Wade, Hope Wagner, Sylvia Whipple, Dori Nol Piclured: Myers, Margie Rowen, Lorila Morris, Helen Nelson, Elizabelh Nickel, Joanne Robinson, Mary Schweifzer, Mary Lou Swanson, Dorolhy Velas, Belly Weaver, Donna Yandon, Mary Louise Nol Piclured: Brown, Margarel Crawford, Jean Jones, Frances Law, Belly Lippard, Terry Phelan, Belh Ray, LaVerne Swifl, Dixie Yorke, Mariory HHD BETH Nol Piclured: Lambda Allen, Eugenia, Presidenl Bocher, Audrey Bocher, Jean Marquardl, Vori Milkie, Gladys Shoen, Lorraine Bela Miyake, Peggy Wilson, Delores Rober+ Failing Wes Frederick Andre Garin Anihony Minar Publiicfy Vice-Presiden'I' Treasurer Presiden+ George Jackson Tom Mansfield Paul Tews Publicify Social Secrefary HLLHDELPHIUUUHBIL 194148 UFHBERS HDEPHIHUHUHHHU Men chosen 'lo The honorary have shown an oulsfancling in'I'eres+ in furlhering 'ihe aims and ideals of fhe Universify and Adelphi. Jay Sullivan Norm Swanson Raymond Wicks FCUNDED IN I9l3 ancl organized as a lederaiion of inclepencleni rnen's clubs in l93O, Adelphi is a member of The Nalional lndependenl Siudenls' Associalion, one of Jrhe largesi siudenl organizaiions in The couniry. Serving as The ceniral organizaiion for indepencleni men, Adelphi Oilers lo The unaifilialecl siudenl' lhe opporiuniiy for fellow- ship, group social experience and reacly access To ihe exl'ra-curricular aciivily of 'fhe campus. HDELPHI HDElPHl SUB-CHHPTEHS Jack Taylor Fall Presidenf Viclor Rilchie Winler Presidenl THUHUS Noi' Picfured: Phillip Conley, Rofh Ferber, Kennefh Ferguson, Bill Fix, John Halasey, Edward Jahn, Willis Konick, Emil Larsen, James Larson, Roland Lindslrom, Eugene Pepper, Richard Ross and Dick Vilulli. Anderson, Paul Cruikshank, Raymon Ely, Roy Hagaman, Floyd Hand, Howard Heyamofo, Hiromu Kelly, Earl McBurney, William McCaf'fery, James Meredilh, Ronald Pelerson, Gordon Robb, Gordon Sparrow, Kennelh Wallach, George Woodward, Ralph 0 U I Cook, Clay Pefersen, Don Graves, John Rafferfy, Don Eugene EI'WlI'I Jacobson, Orlin Swan, Douglas Fall PI'SSiCl9I'I'f McNuH', Charles Swanson, Norman Noi Pic'l'ured: Frank Aff, Monii Don Callero, Meyer' Cleveland Tyler' Vern E. J. Carr, Vernon Clarkson, John Gill, Philip Chef Muck vvhngker' Robeluy Heller, Roger McNuH, David Oyuna, Roberi' Win+el, Presideny Rank, John Rounsefell, Billie Tomlinson and Roberl While. Roberl Koonlz Presidenl' Edmond Anderson Arlo l-lilberg Pierre Henrichsen Roberl Krall' Joseph Lee Joseph Sullivan Richard Symons Don Taylor Jack Taylor W. J. Van Maller m l HI l Duane Acheson Presidenl Wall' Greenman Allen Krelzler Paul Malhison Rodman Miller Glenn Rogge No? piclured: Miller, Arlhur' Pelerson, Peler Sayce, Clyde Swindlehursly W. John Allon Alan Beggs Earl Carlson Perry Felver Harold Hubbard Lee Marklund Charles Muller Ronald Nece Kay Olswang BUULU Noi Piclured: Roberl' Beavers Wrllram Beck Rollin Cu'l"l's, G. R. Eifrrg Hans Hansen F J Johnson Leland Lmlqg Richard Murphy Rober'l'Senn Roger Shepard Gl Thompson, Kennelh Tholson and Alfred Wheeler erm Wlnlel Pleslclenl William Brauer Ansel Bul'l'erlie!cl Earl Clark Don Halverson Barnard Harris James Hill Richard Kirsop Myron Thompson Raymond Wicks l-larold Wieland Y P sey Rrchard Eagle Loren Felver Duck Hedrrch Dick Holly WYbO'neY Edw Summerfield Ray Wicks UJUHIEIVS PHUSICHL EUUCHTIUH CLUB PURPOSE OF Tl-IE WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB, composed ofall coeds majoring or minoring in physical educaiion, is lo bind iis members more closely Jrogeiher in lheir social and professional imLeres+s. Aciivilries during The year include a sporls review for parenlrs, an informal iireside and discussions of professional lopics. Noi Picruredz Gladys Boner, Jean Gall, Loilis Gillis, Lillian l-lope, Beverly l-lumphreys, Marie Larsen, Iris Porier, Bea Sorenson, Dororhy Thomson and Belly Waire. -N l ' Wi' gb E621 G5 "' 'C fm Flowel', Lorraine, Presiclenf Alm, Dorofhy Ames, Mary Blackburn, Barbara Blois, Anifa Boyle, Marcia Burke, Doris Burl', JanneHe Caley, Virginia Dexfer, Helen Dickson, Olive Hinman, Pai' Jelleloerg, Emma Karrasch, Pai' Lowe, Colleen Moines, Bonnie Ocl-ner, Phyllis Peferson, Mary Ryan, Lucybelle Schollmeyer, Mary Schuffen, Josephine Simmons, Fern Smifh, Marjorie S'l'anl'on, Margarel Trucano, Lucille Valenfine, Mary Wall, Jan Widman, Margarel' Will-ieson, Marion Williams, Eileen CABINET Bean, Alice BenTley, Anne Bowman, BeTTy Jean Boyer, DoroThy Bricker, Kay Bruce, Marilyn Carmichael, Irene Clarke, Barbara Cowell, Alice Dahl, Monica Dobbs, Ann Finnigan, Janice Garland, Jo Gibson, Charlyn Handa, Connie Hill, BeTTy Clare Holm, BeTTy Johnson, Lu Ann Magarinslny, Galena Mendenhall, Joan MoaTs, Grace Mossman, Mary MosTosky, PaT OsTrooT, Mary PaTch, Elinor ShulTZ, Nancy Sperling, Lois Tamaye, Chiz Truebloocl, Janef Ucldenberg, Pal' Willis, Shirley WrighT, Leona Tl-TE YWCA IN EAGLESGN l-TALL is open To all Univer- siTy women. WiTh a new sTaTT, MargareT NorTon, execu- Tive direcTor, and VioleT Kosalea, program secreTary, The YWCA divided iTs caloineT organizaTion inTo six rnaior sec- Tions: Social ResponsibiliTy, ChrisTian l-leriTage, World RelaTedness, Personal DeveloprnenT, Public RelaTions and Building Personnel. "Y" social acTiviTies This year included mixers, dances and a slsi week-end aT MarTin during The WinTer Carnival. The Treshrnan YWCA worlqed wiTh The upper "Y" and held iTs own rneeTinqs and parTies during The year in coniuncTion wiTh The YMCA, Gloria GasTon Aileen Jangarcl PaTsy Cobley ' Norma Greene Jeanne Budde BeTTy Dow Jackie Lyon Margaref NorTon VioleT Kosaka PresiclenT ExecuTive DirecTor Program SecreTary NOT picTured: CabineT: Beverly Bond, Lillian lyall, Chris Tina Lahrner, Lois Shinman and Vivian Snoody. UTUCH UUHJH CHHDIDS Top: YWCA Cabinei meeiing. , Cenferz Presicleni' Allen speaking a+ Y-Teen Conference. Top: Barbara Wilson puffing up a posrer for a Frosh Y meefing. Bo'Hom: Siari-ing off for 'I'l1e Asilamar, Calif., Conference are Monica Dalnl, Anne Humes, Mrs. Margaref Norlon, Violefie Kosalna, Norma Boliom: YW and YM members enjoy smoolh sailing on a ioinl oufing. Gweene and Gl0"lC' Gcsion- - -A - m -.Y y ,U ' .muMA.r Sayre, Phillip, Presidenf Smifh, Larry, Fall Vice-Presidenf Schroeder, Gordon, Winfer Vice-Presidenf Ferquson, Vern, Secrefary Vachon,Ellsworfl1, Fall Treasurer, Firsf Quarfer Woo, Ben, Public Affairs Commission Campbell, Dick, Personal Relafions Commission Chan, Warren, Building Commiffee Burrus, Flefcher, Recreafion Commiffee Thorp, Frank, Public Relafions, Full Collins, Warren, Public Relafions, Winfer King, Don. Personnel Commiffee Mueller, Granf, Freshman Advisory Council Meade, Phil, Fall Presiclenf, Freshman Club, Firsf Quarfer Reinelf, Herb, Winfer Presidenf, Fresh- man Club, Second Quarfer Weber, Tom, CRC Represenfafive Wrighf, Frank, Execufive Secrefary Hunfley, Jim, Program Assisfanf Thompson, Hans, Program Assisfanf Tl-lE UNIVERSITY YMCA is an ever-growing associafion offering a program fhaf encourages personal growfh and leadership developmenf fhrough service fo fhe campus, com- munify and world. Significanf acfivifies of fhe year included fhe Freshman club, Public Affairs forums, marriage courses, lnfernafional Banquef, Leadership banquef and fraining course, Married Couples club, Religious Discussion group, and ofher programs, many sponsored ioinfly wifh fhe YWCA and fhe campus. Nof Picfured: Jim l-lirabayashi, Winfer Treasurer and Re- gional Represenfafive. 3I8 HIIIIIIIIIIII SIICII CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING srudenrs are members of Ammonii Socii, a sociaI and professional orgon- izaiion for men. New members are chosen by The group from sophomores and iuniors in Ihese deparrmenis. Noi Picruredz Kermii Bengsion, Ted BierIein, R. Benson, Dick Brooks, J. A. Buchham, Jacif. Daniel, Bob Evans, AIon Eer- guson, Clair Hanks, J. B. Heiiman, Secreiaryq R. K. Hilliord, W. H. HoImes, George Josney, BriH Keliog, Bob Knighlr, Ervin Loup, L. A. Lundberg, Jim Leeds, Jim Minor, Ray Morris, Phil Nelson, Arnold Nielson, Vicior Oiaieie, AI Purvis, Hal Rogge, WiIIiam Rundoll, Treosurerp Thomas Tupper, W. WoImsIey and L. Wi++ei'. Milier, A. P., Presideni Barihoiomew, Don Beck, Ted DunIo p, Harry Every, Arrhur Fry, David Gammeii, Don Giiberf, Walrer Goheen, WaH'er Gordon, Lyle Heine, Bob Hogg, Spencer Hunfingfon, Carlfon Jenson, Paul King, Bob Mason, John, Vice-Presidenf McConnell, James McGrew, J. C. Moore, Arfhur Parks, Roberi' Reid, Charies Rohrback, Gibson Smifhson, James Snyder, Boyd Taylor, AIIan Wiicox, LeRoy Young, Frank Vandenburg h, Bill, Presidenl Anderson, John Berlin, Gordon Biddle, Brooks Bird, Bob Briggs, Bill Brown, Chuck Burney, Jack Burrows, Ken Buvick, Norm Chorllon, K Coles, Mike Dixon, Dave Douglas, Don Eisenlohr, Kermil Fennema, Carl Feller, Earl Fosler, Jim Hanson, Don Hurrah, Bill Halch, Larry Hill, Bud Hungar, Gordon Jorgensen, Bob Kaler, Nig Lee, Roberl Lemmon, Bob Lowe, Jock Mallory, Jim BIG Marlin, Roberl McArlhur, Thad McGovern, Bill McNeil, Manlord Meyers, Geol'ge Muir, Bob Newlon, Jack Olson, Chuck Ollele, Dick Parielli, Wall Powlison, Pele Provo, Fred Solid, Ken Soriano, Max Slein, Ernie Slone, Joe Tadich, Dmilri Tale, Bob Taylor, Bill Trager, Bob Tu pper, Jim Weinmeisler, Arnie Wesllund, Wal'ren Works, Bill Young, Bob Zema, Gene X V li, ,,, lU CLUB COMPOSED OF MAJOR SPORTS LETTERMEN, Big W Club is devoled lo slimulalion ol inleresl in sporlsmanship, leam spiril and alhlelic porlicipalion. The W pin and W swealer are symbols ol members' alhlelic honors. Nol Piclured: l-lialmer Andersen, Gerry Auslin, George Bayer, Gail Bruce, Wes Carlson, Norm Carnovale, Des Charouhos, Cleary Cone, Marshall Dallas, Les Ealhorne, Bob Eckmann, Jay Follrich, Bob Goldberg, Bill Giss- berg, Dick l-lagen, George l-leaney, All l-lemslad, Bob l-lerzog, Rod John- son, W-hiley King, Don Landon, Pele Lee, Bob McLaughlin, l-lank Melusky, Bob Mikalson, Jack Nichols, Andy Opacich, John Prechek, Dan Roberls. Marlin Smilh, Bill Sleed, Jim Thompson, Leo Trask, Doug Vickery, Dick, Walson, Sam While, Don Wold and John Zeger. 320 HLPHH DEHH "ADVERTISING AS A PROEESSIONH is The lsey-word lor mernbership in Alpha Della Sigrna, rnen's nalional honorary in adverrising. An Adverlising Service cornmillee was crealed io aid olher campus organizalions in pronwoling Their special evenls. Pledges wore sandwich boards adverlising dislricl merchanlrs as an inilialion proieclr. Top Seallle adverlising men spoke al several rneelings and banquels. Na+ Piclured: Wallace Aclf.ern'ian, Glen Ballanlyne, Paul Cos- grove, Garry Evans, Jon Eaull-sner, l-lanls Ferris, Erwin l-lard- wicls, l-lenry Gseran, Donald Venables and John Wahllors. IGHIH CP Krall, Don, Presidenl Appelo, Carl Beach, Dick Benglon, Carl, Secrefary Belcone, James Bolan, John Eader, Ronald Hall, George Hoag, Arr Hurwifz, Elihu Kennewicl-1, Dicl: Krall, Warren Lewis, Julian Loflhus, Ori' Mclvlahill, Conrad McNeil, Manfard Moeller, Harold Olson, Folke, Vice-Presidenl Peferson, David Power, James Prophet Jerry Pucldicombe, Ray Pulsifer, Dan Roberlsan, l-lowal d Roeder, Michael Rool, Bob Ross, Bob Sharkey, Leo Siqurdson, John, Treasurer Van Rooy, Russ Van Slyl-ie, Elslon Vondel' Haar, Wei ne: Zu brad, Gerald Asmussen, Roberi, Presidenl' Allen, Clyde Angelel, George Arps, Joan Backman, Helen Bauguess, Roberl Benson, Evelyn Boyce, Eileen Browne, Paul Buckley, Harold Callaghan, Rose Carlson, James Chinn, Ber+ha Chrobuck, Mary Day, Edwin Deacon, Ralph Edgren, Roger Erickson, Raymond Evien, Roberl' Froslad, Reuben Gagliardi, George Ghormley, Willard Gossman, Hugh Hamilion, Laber'l'a Hansen, Kalhleen Hill, Don Hinshaw, George Hogberg, Lesfer Home, Jean Husby, Gloria HuHula, Blake Irvine, David Jackman, William Johnson, Acle Karzmar, Rudolph KaH'erman, Donald Kafz, Jerome Kelly, Roberl' Kenney, Delores Lemon, Lois, Ludwig, David Lyle, Ronald Makinson, Emmy Lou Marlin, Marilyn Meixner, Harry Miller, Thomas Miichell, James Monigomery, Donald Morgan, Florence Munn, Marguerife Naismi+h, Zeia Nakashima, Sadako Nash, Alberr Nelson, Lew Nielsen, Norma Ninomiya, Ben Norman, Marven Osborne, Louise Parks, Margarel Peckenpaugh, John Phillipson, Margarei Piehl, Joy Piro, James Richier, George Robinson, David Robinson, Calvin Romer, Theodore Sagmiller, Sieve Shigaya, Mary Singleion, Annie Sorenson, Arlhur S'l'anich, John Swanson, Jeanne Takizawa, Mrs. lrene Taniguchi, Theodore Thompson, Thomas Torl'ence, Charland Tougaw, Philip Van Krevelen, Keiih Kusler, Donald Warchol, Bernice Laufer, Barbara Wesf, Theodore, Noi Piciuredz Earl Acker, Lorraine Akin, Norman Alger, Sylvia Alger, Roberl' Allison. Roberl Arrigoni, Doreen Benion, Philip Blakney, Raymond Boiron, Lawrence Breneman, Kenneih Brown, Phyllis Chadwick, John Chris- lensen, Theodore Chrisiensen, Gilberr Cleasby, Michael Cundari, Richard Cornell, John Curry, Lyle Dague, George Dalrymple, James Damascus, Warren Devereaux, Paul Diamond. James Faber. Helena Farrell, Vernon Forslund, Drummond Fosier, Gerald Groihaus, Alvin Hogg, Arnold Has- perr, Gail l-lays, Fred Hirschel, Floyd Hoagland, Yoko Horira, Earl l-loveland, Thomas Johnson, George Kerr, Jerry Klonoif, Roberi Lohr, John Lonac, Sherwin Losk, Alice Louie, Fredrich Marlin, Jean Malriice, James McMahon, Don Mehaifey, Dean Mills, Vincenl Nelson, David Palmer, James Parsons, James Payne, Cecil Perkins, Rudolph Perry, Charles Peiiy, John Priicheii, Frank Ramey, Jack Reed, Barbara Richdale, William Rorh, Elizabelh Sears, Kennelh Shaffer, Siephen Sim, Francis Sly, John Swanson, Vice-Presidenrq Richard Theriaull, Alfred Thiel, Gordon Tierne. Carl Torkko, Roberi Vaughan, Kennelh Ward, Ralph While, Kenneih Wilcox and l-larry Zuraiern. PURPOSE OF Tl-lE STUDENT BRANCH oi Jrhe American Pharmaceuiical Associaiion is primarily ro acquainr pros- peclive pharmacisis wiih iniormaiion regarding The iielcl of pharmacy and ils opporlunilies. The clulo's acliviiies include picnics, banqueis, dances, moving piclures and special speakers. HTHEHICHH PHHRIHHCEUTICHL HSSUCIHTIUH McCormick, Doug, Treasurer Palmer, Dale, Hisforian Horsfall, John, Secrefary Norfon, Francis, Vice-Presidenf Hilliard, Roberf, Presidenf ALPHA PHI OMEGA, a nafional service frafernify, was founded af Lafayeffe College, Easfon, Pa., in I925. Gamma Alpha chapfer, founded here in I939, was reacfivafed in HIPHH PHI UHIEGH Noi Picfured: Members: Gordon Callow, James Covingfon, William French, James Harpole, Leon Hopper, Durwood Huckabay, Allen Krelzler, George Sainsbury, Claude Sloppy and Ernesi Sfeinberg. Honorary Members: Sol Levy and O. D. Sharpe. Advisory Members: T. Byron Hunf, Glen Nygreen, Gordon Tongue, Lloyd Shram, Homer Gergren and Joseph Scanlon. Pledges: Louis Brenner, Fred Jones, F. Blaine Kuhn, Delberl' Loder, Dan Pulsifer, Philip Schmidf, Lawrence Sharp, Lloyd Sfansbury, John Sfevens and Kennefh Tang. 75571155- TWIIR7 -Cm nmfmcnn suclfiu UF micunnicni fnmnifns CHIEF CONCERN of fhe nafional organizafion of mechan- ical engineers is fhe promofion of a professional consciousness and fellowship among fhe members. A knowledge of fhe fheory of mechanical engineering and fhe proper perspecfive of engineering work is advanced. Members: Graduafes: Edmund Brand, Larry Hoffman, James Humphrey, Kennefh Kack and Harold Riveland. Seniors: Aubrey Albrighf, Terrence Allen, Wallace Bailey, Lloyd Belz, John Berfram, Clayfon Bradshaw, Paul Brown, Donald Buchanan, Frank Burns, Edward Carlberg, John Correll, Richard Chace, William Chappell, Tom Chin, Douglas Chrisfenson, John Croseffo, Kennefh Decker, Henry DeJong, Murray Diller, William French, David David, Andrew Fyfe, Werner Gaerisch, Lawrence Gillen, David Goldenberg, Roberf Gueffer, DeVere Hall, William Hanof, John Hansen, Gerald Harlow, Dexfer Harper, Floyd Hollisfer, Arfhur Huebner, Roberf Huggins, Richard Hughes, Roberf Hufchison, Vaughn Ide, Bruce Iffner, Earl Kalil, Daniel Kiasness, Roberl' Kruse, Henry Kuhlrnan, James Lea. Roberf Lundeen, Thomas Maguil'e, Roy Malm, Frederic Marsh, John May- berg, Dean McCurdy, Andrew McGill, Clinfon McMahan, James Mendenhall, Richard Miller, William Minser, James Murphy, Paul Nocher, Norman Nelsen, John Norris, Roger Olleman, Tauno Offelin, George Panek, Roberf Pafch, John Perry, Donald Pingrey, Roberf Quick, William Reed, George Rowe, Wallace Sawhill, Roberf Schairer, Roberl' Seely. Roberf Sill, Jack Springgafe, Raymond Swanson, Biarne Sylfebo, Kennefh Tallquisf, Roberf Thompson, Rifchie Tilson. Sfephen Tydeman, Roberf Wesflake, Wilfon Whisler and Burfon Williams. Juniors: William Beck, John Berman, Fred Clemenson, Roberf Cook, William Capps, Allen Demp- sey, Henry Dennison, Herman Defhman, Raymond Dixon, Roberf Dunaway. Roberf Ellioff, William Eul, Earl Feffer, Oliver Foss, Aysay Galip, George Gellerf, Sfephen Gross, Edward Hagaman, Calvin Harfhun, Howard Harrison, Harold Harfy, Marfin Headman, George Herrold, Richard Horfon, Henry Kane, Richard Kirsop, Ross Kusian, Chesfer Lafhrop, William Lawrence, Larry Leonard, Frank Lindell, Philo Lind, Sfanley Nel- son, Roberf Olson, Harry Olson, Howard Powell, Richard Ralsfon, John Rollow, Edwin Rupp, Charles Rupprechf, Ralph Sallee, Danfe Sanfos, Joseph Shields, William Sfauffer, Ernesf Thorson, Glen Uhlig, Edward Van Fossen, James Wafson, Harold Wolfe, Henry Wolfsfein, Allen Yoplee and William Zobrisf. Sophomores: Thomas Armifage, Dwane Baer, Ralph Beede, Jack Bigfard, Sfonley Breff, Howard Carlson, Louis Cunningham, James Hackeff, Frank Ives, Roberf Lang, Kendall MacDonald, William Mack, Francis Nyland, Owen Paulson, Roberf Riley, Raymond Talboff, Thomas Thompson, James Thwing, Sanford Webb, Roberf Weir, William Worsfell and James Wrighf. Freshman: Joseph Markey. MacNichoIs, Jim, Presiden+ Norgord, Ted, Vice-Presidenf O'Gieblyn, Ernesf, Secrefary-Treasurer Holm, Belly, Chairman Kaldql, James, Vice-Chairman Barrell, Belly, Secrelary-Treasurer Joanne Imeson, publicily chairman: Belly Holm, John Sager, special proiecls chairman, James Kaldal and Joyce Bonlie, nulrilion chairman. Nal Piclured: Jane Barrell, molar corps, Lois Lund, ollice personnel, Pamela Pearce, communily service lo camps and hospilalsg Raymond Pelersen, sale-ly, and Mariarie Dundas, home nursing. HIIIEIlIIIIIII RED IJHIISS UIIII '- Nal Piclured: Elwin Anderson, James Barnes, Raberl Baugh, Willard Baylis, Roll Beck, Ronald Bishop, Richard Bagan, Darrold Ballon, Roberl Banner, James Braman, Anlhony Burzenslsi, Philip Buswell, Ashley Cash, Richard Chang, John Claus, I-Iorlon Dennis, Leonard Downing, Bernard Elzkorn, Wallace Evans, Clyde Fenn, Bruce Finke, Raymond Fax, Wallace Friedline, Gerald Grillin, Anwar I-Iaddard, Louis I-Iendriclas, Wallace I-Iendricks, Willis I-Iorn, Thomas I-louse, William I-Ioward, Frank Ives, Arlhur Jenloll, Allen Johannesen, Charles Jones, Jack Jorgensen, Waller Kaslner, Alwin Koch, I-larry Ladd, Joseph Lamanl, Waller Larson, John Lewis, I-Ienry Louie, Roberl McCarlhy, Philip McEIeney, Lawrence Moon. Melvin Nash, Ronald Nece, Charles Nichols, Gerald Orlob, Norman Overland, Yalcin Ozsezen, Edward Reiler', Sam Richardson, Kennelh Rab- bins, Cosmo Roclaey, Errresl Saba, John Sallberg, Norman Seelholl, Yvonne Selde, John Skilling, John Slair, George Slellens, Richard Symons, John TI-IE RED CROSS COLLEGE UNIT has already proven ils warlh, allhough il has been on lhe campus Iillle more lhan a year. The unil's biggesl program is communily service lo camps and hospilals, and il has also lurnished sludenl enler- lainmenl lo velerans' hospilals in lhe Seallle area. Firsl aid equipmenl has been provided lor lhe I-Iuslsy shi area, and lirsl aid and solely courses made available lo sludenls. Planned lor lhe near lulure is a program lo provide week-end lours lor disabled velerans in Seallle mililary hospilals by sludenls wilh molar corps lroining. I-IIIIEIIIIJHII SIIIIIEIU CNIL III IIIVII EIIGIIIEEHS TI-IE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS is com- posed ol iunior and senior civil engineers. The sociely sponsors picnics, banauels, inlramural sporls and lield lrips, and also AMERICAN SOCIETY OF I Thompson, I-re,-mm, Wgrre and Rgchc,-d Zack, serves lo acquainl sludenls wilh lhe nalional sociely. - Fronl row: Cecil Ashford, Roberl Beason, Har-old Gangnalh, Kennelh Chrislenson, Daniel Evans, David Thompson, Roberl Currie, presidenlq Slephen Callender. Middle row: Roberl Bocel-1, Eric Heslnes, Carl Kuhn, John Pelleys, Roberl Rowse, Jack Slrarlh, John Heckard, Kennelh Lewis Herberl Smallwood Carl Olsen Roberl Lawson Ra r r . 1 Y' rlgrorird lglC1BlOf'SO?, Roberl Caller. Back row: Lays Lamb, Loren Young, Charles McHugh, Jefferson Miller, Nels 324 'e S+ - ' . I - I . . . . In a , a e oung, Douglas Frnrow, Legion Kramer, Allen Jorgensen, Willard Beallre, Drcl-1 Law, Roberl Perr'rns, Wrlliam Smilh and Donald Richardson. THE STUDENT BRANCH of Irhe American lns+i+u+e OT Chemical Engineers is a professional socieJry Tor s+uden+s in chemical engineering. The organizafion provides an oufline of Jrhe Type of work which members will be doing in Jrheir field. Slrudenlrs ioin Jrhe paren+ organizafion upon gradualrion. Every, Arfhur, Presidenl Barfholomew, Donald Beck, Theodore Berkman, Jay Boelfer, Edwin, Secrefary BuHon, Edward Chisholm, William ChiHenden, John Dunlop, Henry Gilberi, Waller Gordon, Lyle Grimsby, Norman, Treasurer Hagen, George Heine, Roberl Helgeson, George, Vice-Presiclen'r Jensen, William King, Roberl' McGrew, John Mason, John Miller, Aven Newland, John F. Oliver, Rober+ Parks, Roberi' Reabel', Raymond Robinson, Philip Rosenfeld, Alan Smifhson, James Snyder, Allen Taylor, Allan Unzelman, George Nor Picluredz Sa+ish Anand, Kenne+h Baker, Neville Benoit Raymond Beyer, Carl Blake, Billings Brown, Donald Cofferson, Marshall Cook, Oscar Elger+, Joseph Hei'rman, George Jasny, James Leeds, William Melzer, Philip Nelson, Donald Peferson, Bill Pope, Donald Runciman, Toro Shimizu, Ar+hur Soderberg, Lyman Slanron, Norman Sleele, Reber? Thackrey, Donald Townsend, Howard Tupper, Welcome Wamsley, Arrhur Werry, Harold Wing and John Yeasley. NTNENINNN INSTITUTE NE NHENTICNI ENNINEENS Nor Pic+ured: Marge Myers, presidenlrg Charlolrlre Baiuraglia, Myrna Commef, Paf Dehman, Doro+hy Hamil+on, Frances Hardow, Kene+hia Haylerfe, Frances Jones, Elizabefh Koop- man, Mary McCulIuh, Margaref Marlrinson, Audrey Narringa, Donna Lee Smi+h, Dorofhy Sorensen and Carol Williamson. Apple, Sandra Barre'H', BeH'y BarreH, June Bafes, Barbara Bonlie, Joyce Ma+hews, Jacqueline Newham, Beverly Palmer, Mariorie Reindel, Grace Ruhl, Rufh num mu FOUNDED IN I945, Delia Mu is a social organizafion whose membership is composed of ac+ive and maiorilry members aT Job's Daughlrers who are enrolled in Jrhe Universilry. Ecker'I', Beverly Holm, BeH'y Hollorp, Alberfa Simonion, Fannie Schuh, Mar+ha Whifwam, Annabelle Brown, Wesley, Presidenf Anderson, John Appelo, Burien Borchgrevinlf., Phil Bowles, Donald Brown, William Clark, Don Corbally, Eugene Cuihill, James Dickson, James Diers, Paul, Treasurer Dunning, Earl Goodfellow, Roberi' Gowey, Edward Kcop, William Mclniyre, Harry Nephew, Ervin Opperman, John Sass, Leonard Sanders, Will Schuler, CIay'I'on Sherwood, George Slafer, William, Vice-Presidenf Thompson, Roberi Van Rooy, William Villeneuve, George Wasson, John Whifely, William Eiga . i, D g i HIPHH ALPI-IA KAPPA PSI is a professional commerce iraierniiy having as ils aims ihe promoiion of inieresr in Jrhe fields oi finance, accounling and commerce. lvlemloership is acquired Jrhrough eleciion Ioy members of The aclive chapier of eligilole men having a grade average of 3.0 or loelier and who are worlsing Toward a degree in economics and business. The irarerniiy was founded ai New Yaris Universiiy in IQO4, and Rho chapler was insialled here in l9l9. There are now 45 aciive chapiers and I3 alumni Chaplers. Noi Piclured: Clyde Brown, I-Iorace Burroughs, John Claris, I-larry Kane, Raymond Rubard, Roloeri Sleele, secreiary, and Daniel Waiie. HHPPH PSI BETA ALPl-IA PSI aims fo encourage high scholasfic affain- menf, promofe fhe advancemenf of fhe accounfing profession fhrough fhe sfudy of accounfing and serve as a confacf befween acfive members and employers needing young men frained in accounfing and business. Members are from upper- class accounfing majors on fhe basis of professional promise and scholasfic affainmenf, and musf wrife successfully a five- hour examinafion in accounfing. The group has sfarfed a library for fhe use of all oiccounfing maiors in fhe college. Nof Picfured: William Argo, Roberf Bislsie. Roberf Dolsen, Glen Fairbrools, Erwin Fisher, Jacls Fulfon, William Gillespie, Roberf l-levly, Milo Lindgren, Lyle Marlsharf, Paul Nelson, Thaddeus Perry, Lawrence Shelfon, Clel Slsidmore, John Venn Wafson and Daniel Waife. BETH HLPHH PSI 9? Rambeck, LeRoy, Presidenf Bohr, Edward Bezer, Anfhony Bogue, Phillip Brown, William Carlock, Clay Cufhill, James Diers, Paul Feldman, Edward Giovi, Lawrence Gormley, James Haynes, Harold Johnson, Lesfer Kane Harry Kelly, Thomas Kline, Donald Lindberg, Pierce Lyden, Waldo Mccomas, Roberf Mccufcheon, John McLean, Jack Phillips, George Saclick, Arnold Sanders, William Solo, John Schoning, William Schwarfz, George Sincocls, Frank Smifl1,Sfanley Tanner, Louis Taylor, Roberf Wilson, William Wrigh+,Jacl-1 lr.-1.-- . 5-1. w- L-1-11rf,.f.e.s1-,-.4 f, .- DELTA PHI MU IS A WOMEN'S music performance honor- ary, Jrhe purpose ol which is lo honor Ialenled music sludenrs and give Jrhem opporlunilies 'ro parlicipale in musical acriv- ilies. Members are chosen on The basis of performance abilily. DESEIIET CLUB THE DESERET CLUB TRIES TO furlher Jrhe I-anowledge ol ils members in Jrhe fields of educalion and religion and Io pro- mole social conracr among sludenl members of Jrhe Church of Jesus Chrisl of Lalrrer Day Sainjrs. Aclivilies ol The club include monlrhly social evenls, such as rhealre parries, and a monlhly luncheon al The Chaler. Amberson, Rulh, Presidenl' Baker, Joan Balsiger, Winifrecl Bower, Donna Brown, Joan Bullock, Margarel Buschmann, Helen Davis, PaH'y Gufschmidl, Evelyn Howe, Eleanor Johnson, Ellen Johnson, Virginia Knapp, Rufh Knudsen, Janice, Secrelary Lemon, Lois Loveioy, Jane Lundberg, Margarei' Saclsman, Shirley Schofield, Palsy Sergev, Taliana, Vice-PresicIen+ Simonfon, Fannie Sioeclnerf, Frances Sfroud, Gerry VeHer, Phyllis Wepfer, Virginia Young, Elizabefh, Treasurer Na+ Picluredz Dawn Bliss, Norma Dursl, Barbara Green, Marilyn Jenkins, Barbara Kohler, Joan Laval, Helen Libby, Anka Marie, Delores Marshall, Mary Jane Melcalf, Yvonne Nelson, Marie Nilsen, Relha O'Connor, Doris Shave and Rurh Vxfallace. A DEIIH PHI IIIU Tag Noi Picluredx Marjorie Bowes, Beverly Ann Chrislianson, Joan Grover, Don Slolqes, Keirh Smilh, and W. D. Richins, Direclor. , I Fron+: Cherene Croshaw, Roy Irick, Helene Clark, .Iodine Janish, Kial' Willey and Belly Lee Kerley. Back: Lee Hagen, Myles Jones, win+er quarler presidenfg Elwyn Smifh, Wesley Duce, Don Fry, Coraline Emery, Sfeve Horne, Quinion Harris, fall quarfer president For- resi' Baker and Keifh Young. 328 King, Mary, Presidenl' Anderson, John Bogue, Phil Bowles, Don Brown, Warren Claussen, Allan Harding, Wally Koop, Bill Manches+er, Jody Rambecla, LeRoy Schmidf, RoberT Schmih, Lois Sincock, Franl-1 Slayden, Jim Sorenson, Roger Wasser, Velma Whaley, Beverly PRIMARY PURPOSE oT The council is To serve as an inTer- mediary beTween TacuITy anal sTucIenTs in The College oT Economics anal Business. ATTer sponsoring an all-UniversiTy mixer early in The year, The council broughTa series ol speakers To The school. Council members are chosen on The basis aT scholarship ancl acTiviTies by TacuITy and acTiye members. ESUIIUIIIICS HIID BUSINESS NOT PicTurecl: Ivlaile Davis, PeTer Palmer, Barbara Silverman and Dr. Frank WiIIisTon, TacuITy aclviser. Shim, BusTer, PresidenT Bell, Bill, Vice-PresidenT LighTfooT, PaT LydgaTe, Lois, NOT PicTurecI: Bill Geisler, Paul Olson and I-IeaTh Swisher. CUUIISII HUI U IIHIIIHHIIIH II-IIS GROUP oT "Kamaainas," or Tormer resicIenTs oT The I-Iawaiian Islands, gaTher To reminisce oT days when They dipped Their Tinqers in "poi," and Talk oT when They will reTurn home. They sing I-Iawaiian, Japanese and Chinese songs To uleulele and guiTar accompanirnenT. The cIub's main purpose is To help acquainT new s+uden+s Trom The Islands wiTh The UniversiTy. H Bell, Bob Burns, Frank BuTIer, Barbara Dunham, Foresl' Hall, Lui Ing, EIizabeTh SecreTary-Treasui GI Powlison, Pele Sandelin, Ramsay Sheehan, Helen TwiTcheII, Barbara Wilson, Herb Wilson, PeTe x ' "I"'f..-.e V-,Lai . ,Q -.... -4' ' hi ' 'liar' Johnson, Virginia, Presideni Anderson, Beverly Anionsen, Nanna Beardsley, Beiiy Beiz, Barbara Beiz, Beiiy Benneii, Donna Brooks, Beverly Brown, Viola Buchannan, Boniia Bullock, Margarei Davenny, Lowene Dowlne, Edna Fernyhough, Margare-i Finn, Dorcas Gayion, Sylvia Glenn, Modean Gladielier, Barbara Halliwell, Doris Mae Hancieland, June Harris, Marian Howser, lla Johnson, Simone Johnson, Mary Lou Jones, Sylvia Keeney, Jean Kosola, Marjorie Langoey, Luz Ling, Jing MaH'hews, Mary Pai Michel, Genevieve Moafs, Grace Myers, Tobie Newham, Beverly Oesireich, Genevieve Oesireich, Phyllis Pearson, Carol Penn, Pai' Phillips, Elaine Pe'H'us, Doroihy Ransich, Aniia Rasmussen, Pai Reebs, Vera Reilley, Carol Reindel, Grace Rosenoff, Norma Lou Rorrison, Mariorie Scoii, Doroihy Scoii, Mary Smiih, Arlene Sieven, Ida Grace Sievenson, Bei-+y Siohlion, Beiiy Sfone, Esfher Siover, JoAnne Siraie, June Sirode, Florence Trauiman, Beverly Tucker, Joyce Van Ornum, Ruih HHPPH KAPPA Pl-ll iS A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION ion' ivieih- odisi women siudenis. The purpose oi ihe group is io "make every Meihodisi woman in ihe Universiiy ioday a leader in ihe church oi iomorrowf' Emphasis is placed on spiriiual as well as social and culiural developmeni. One oi ihe main proiecis of This year was a conceri io aid The Wesley Foun- daiion Building iund. Oiher aciiviiies include overseas reliei work, preseniaiion oi worship services and programs, and social aciiviiies. Noi Piciured: Barbara Allan, Barbara Berl-4, Armidda Eriord, Kaihleen Geoghegan, Beiiy l-ioichlsins, Cecille Holloway, Phyllis lsied, Sara Jane ivicGalliard, Marjorie Olis, Jeanne Reineli, Toki Sendo, LaVonna Snider, Nancy Jo Thomas and Marilyn Thursion. LHIUBDH HHPPH Sllilllil LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA is a nalional sororily for pharmacy majors crealed +o develop clwaracfer Jrlwrouglw social aclivilies. Chi cliapler, Universify of Waslwinqfon, was inslalled April, I9-4l. Tliere are 22 clwapiers. Nor Piciurecl: Doreen Benion and l-lelena ivlerlsle. uvml JI IY T Arps, Joan, Presicleni' Acfeson, Ru'il1 Backman, Helen Benson, Evelyn Boyce, Eileen Hansen, Kaihleen Home, Jean Johnson, Marilyn Kay, Marble Lemon, Lois, Hisrorian Lisman,Sl1irley, Treasurer Ludwig,Mar+l1a Mokinson, Emmy Lou Marlin, Marilyn Munn, Marguerife Nielsen, Norma, Vice-Presidenf Osborne, Louise Parks, Margaref Phillipson, Margaref Sloll, Ru+l1, Secreiory Sunds+ed, Edifh Torrence, Charland nu Mills, Archie, Presicleni Barry, Vicfor Bonnell, William Carr, Myron Coulfer, William De1'hman,lvan Feeney, John Foio, Frank Haliburfon, George Haynel', Warren Hooven, Edward Hoover, Edgar, Vice-Presideni Kooser, Donald Page, W. D. Picl-1eH-, George Powell, Roberf Rasmussen, John, Treasurer Reasoner, Hank Schmidlr, Max Schul+z, Roberi' Sheaffer, Kenneih Swee'I', Charles Thomas, Francis Torheim, Roberi' Welch, Dehn Wiss, David Zaremba, Joseph 'i if A Qi QW , TUHESTHU CLUB T0 FURTHER THE INTEREST OF FORESTRY is The chiel purpose of Jrhe Foreslry club. This professional organizalion has an aciive campaign io siimulaie awareness of ioreslry in The Universily of Washinglon and Jrhe Pacific Norlhvvesl. Noi Piciurecl: Ralph Brindley, William Conway, Jerome Harrigan, Ellen Johnson, Thomas Loclqeiur, Wesley Nellesl, Hugh Smiih, George Wall4e1'and Ken Wi'ighi. SUIEDISH HUSPIIHL DIVISIUII THE SWEDISH HOSPITAL DIVISION oT The UniversiTy oT WashingTon School oT Nursing includes all The sTudenT nurses in Training aT Swedish hospiTaI. OTTicers Tor The TirsT quarTer were Ann Granlund, presidenTg Nola KirkpaTrick, vice- presidenT3 Muriel Davis, recording secreTaryg Doris Bradbury, corresponding secreTary, and Lois Ivladson, Treasurer. Eklind Hall, The newly compIeTed nurses' home, is done in The new Swedish modern manner. The TirsT class since Swedish hospiTal aTTiIiaTed wiTh The UniversiTy oT WashingTan enTered The hospiTaI in March, l947. The sTudenTs are aT The hospiTaI Two and one-halT years, spending some Time aT Sedi'o-Woolley, Firland, The ChiIdren's OrThopedic hospiTaI, and The VisiTing Nurse service. Social acTiviTies aT Eklind hall include a 'Tormal dance, exchanges and a spring picnic. NOT PicTured: Joan AlbrighT, RuTh Andreassen, Beverly ATTer- bury, Muriel Baird, KaThryn Bergman, Carolyn Boone, KaTh- Ieen Boone, Rosaleen Boone, Doris Bradbury, NeTTie Branson, Viola Brown, Almeda Campbell, Elaine Cass, MargareT Chris- Tensen, Jean Coghlan, RaTricia Calwell, Barbara Donner, Muriel Davis, RoberTa ElIingTon, Barbara Ewing, Beverly Gale, Virginia Goodman, Amy Green, GerTrude HandsTad, Phyllis Hilker, Frances HockeTT, Sarah Hopkins, Sally Isaacson, GerTie Jackson, Marion Johanson, Barbara Johnson, Carroll Johnson, Hazel Johnson, Inga Johnson, Nola KirkpaTrick, Vir- ginia Larsen, Inez Lilleoren, Doloris Lindsay, RuTh lVIarTin, Lois MaTson,Shirley IVliIIman,Jane Moore, Doris Nelson, Lois Oaks, Elena Olsen, Mariann Baden, Herdinia Parker, Barbara Pear- son, Beverly RerrauIT, Gloria Perry, Thelma ReTerson, DoroThy Rasmussen, BeaTrice Reed, JuaniTa Reese, EsTher ReiTz, Lois Rousch, Annie Rushing, RuTh Ryan, BeTTy Lou Simonson, Georgia Slosser, Norma STave, Sally Teller, Inez Thomasson, Alice WesT, BeTTy Jean VViIlard and DoroThy Wood. NoiTo, Tokuko, Treasurer correspond ing Sec. Brudie, Irene, Recording Sec. Haugen, Jean, Vice-PresiclenT Larson, Helen, PresicIenT THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB encourages friendship among sfudenfs and faculfy of fhe Home Economics deparf- menf. The clulo is a social and professional organizafion for majors. Again fhis year fhe club sponsored a cookie sale, fhe proceeds of which wenf info a fund for a foreign sfudenf's scholarship. THETH SIGHIH PHI CHOSEN ON Tl-lE BASIS of abilify and professional infenf, members of Thefa Sigma Phi, nofional women's iournalism honorary, musf have cumulafive grades of 3.0 and be of iunior or senior sfanding. Wifh fhe obiecfives of unifing and conferring honor upon oufsfanding women in iounalism, fhe organizafion was founded af fhe Universify of Washingfon in IQO9 and now lisfs 44 sfudenf chapfers. Campus memloers and alumnae annually sponsor a Mafrix Table banquef honor- ing disfinguished local women. HUIHE ECUHJUIHICS C9 2 . . f .. 2 l '1 Whiiman, Lillian, Presidem' Oien, Floriia, Vice-Fresidenf Loe, Aase, Secrefary Benson, Virginia, Fif+h Year Rep. Fried rick, N ancy, Fourfh Year Rep. Johnson, Simone, Third year Rep. Harris, Lois, Third Year Rep. Gladfelfer, Barbara Second Year Rep. Poolion, Mari-ha, Scrapbook O'NeaI, Lois, Library Nof Picfured: Marfha Bergh, Social, Virginia Bogarf, Treas- urer, Mildred Brafcres, Fiffh year represenfafiveg Kafhryn Cummins, Posfersg Alice Douglas, Posfers: Alice l-lendriclqson, Second year represenfafiveq Nena l-lerman, Posfers: lla l-low- ser, Firsf year represenfafive, and Mary Legg, Fourfh year represenfafive. Nof Picfured: Nancy Wesf. Murdock, Carol, Presideni' CLUB . Cava, Gloria Pon, Vcleen Jorgensen, Harrief Mafhis, Marilyn Caples, Barbara Case, Evelyn Ann Leese, Gerry Moon, Mai-iorie Mos+osI4y, Pai- Reichmufh, Rosalie Sfanley, Jeanne Vining, Doris 334 Sorensen, Roger, Presidenf Cook, Barbara, Secre+ary-Treasurer Crosfa, George Lofgren, Lawrence Monches+er, Jody, Vice-Presideni Nelson, Donald Opheim, Clarence Rodin, Glen Sherwood, George PROPELLER CLUB is a nalion-wide organizalion, wirh Noi Piclured: Yolanda Odermal, Kenne Colony, Donald branches in seaporlr ciries and in major universilies. Srudenls EVGFIS. Keene Pel'9VS0V1iJOl'f'l9S PUlV1OI'I'l Gnd DV- C- S- 5l16ldOV1. concerned wiih various phases of Jrransporlalion seek mem- OClViS9I'- bership in The local "pori." wlgif PHUPELLEH cius Eg,-, i Noi Picfured: Earl Acl-ser, Norman Alger, Raymond Ballon, Theodore Chrislensen, Roberl Coslie, George Gagliardi l-larry George, Alvin l-lagg, Earl l-loveland, Leslie Keller, Viclror Korsals, John Lonac, David Palmer, Thornlon Perry Norman' Swanson, Gordon Tierne and Ralph While. Robinson, David, Hislorian Carlson, James, Treasurer Van Krevelen, Keilh, Secrelary Browne, Paul Deacon, Ralph Erickson, Raymond Lohr, Roberf Lyle, Ronald Meixner, Harry Milchell, James Thompson, Thomas, Vice-Regenl Hays, Gail, Regenl Norman, Marven Peckenpaugh, John Price, Roberl Robinson, Colvin Romer, Theodore Sorenson, Arlhur Tougaw, Philip HHPPH PSI KAPPA PSI is a ncnlional professional pharmaceuiical lrarer- nily which was reaciivaled on Jrhe campus lasl year. The members seek 'ro improve The professional relalions and slandards oi pharmacy and To promole belrler fellowship among Jrhemselvesf NoT PicTured: Caroline Albers, BenTley AlTizer, Ken Anderson, Leonard Anderson, Joan Ashby, Mimi Ashford, BeTTy Lou ATTerberry, Darce Bar- ager, DoroThy BolsTad, Doreen Barlow, Jean BrayTon, Cecelia Chesko, Marjorie Clark, Tom Clarke, Eugene Collias, KaThleen Collias, Charles CourTon, Jean CrawTord, James Crowe, Jean Davids, Douglas DayTon, Alice EckerT, Eugene Erwin, BeTTy Fairley, RuTh Fleming, Jim Flory, BeTTy Lou Frank, l-larold French, Vic Fuller, Bob Glein, Shirley Goddard, RuTh Goehrs, Glenn Gordon, Doris Mae l-lansen, John Holden, Gladys Home- wood, Audrey Jackson, Efhel Jacobson, Virginia Keller, Eugene Kidder, Sharon Kelly, Shireen Kelly, Joyce Kirk, Doreen KnighT, Colleen Kohler, Ted Koa, Joseph Lee, Marian MacDonald, Larry MansTield, Al MarTin, Emil MarTin, DoroThy Mayo, Bud Meyer, WiniTred Monge, MargareT Moore, l-lelen Morris, Audrey Nanninga, Herman Newkirk, Don Neiber- gall, Marylyn Olson, Joanne PaTTerson, RoberT PaTTerson, Glenn Perry, David Peznecker, Wally Peznecker, Don PeTersen, Fred PorTer, David Plimier, PaT RaThbone, Don Richardson, Carl RicharT, Adele RingsTrom. Vance Rogers, Don RolsTad, Jim Rosenzweig, Gordon RoThwell, Mary Lou Salisbury, OTis Sandberg, Cam Shulz, vice-presidenT: ErnesT SmiTh, Morris SouThward, Bud STensrud, George Symes, Treasurer: Bill Towner, Mildred Vicklund, Wilma Waldron, Ann WhiTTaker, Rocky Willson, EsTher Wisby and Marilyn WolTe. siege: 542131 LTPPBTE-Ti? P I H I' P H H ,llambuenocrowuoe Oculemo PURPOSE OE Pl ALPl-lA is To bring TogeTher sTudenTs inTer- esTed in The Ea r EasT and To broaden Their knowledge oT ThaT region. Speakers Trom The Ear EasTern sTaTT and oTher qual- iTied lecTurers conTrilouTe To The inTeresTing programs which include all aspecTs OT Ear EasTern culTure and hisTory. The annual Chinese Chopsfick dinner is only one OT Pi Alpha's unusual and varied acTiviTies which The group carries ouT wiTh The guidance OT Mrs. Erhel KasTner aT The Ear EasTern deparT- menT. ChiTTenden, John, Recording Sec PresidenT, WinTer and Spring Pl-ll ZETA, STUDENT ORGANIZATION aT The UniversiTy ChrisTian Church, provides a program oT worship, sTudy, social acTion, recreaTion, and Tellowship wiTh The aim oT build- ing ChrisTian characTer and coordinaTing The social and religious aspecTs oT sTudenT life. PHI ZETH NOT PicTured: DoroThy Klarich, vice-president Mrs. EThel KasTner, TaculTy adviser: Ellen AngeloTT, BeTTy Aohi, l-larry Akiyama, DeETTe Bryan, Janice Bailey, Douglas Blankenbaker, Barbara CorleTon, BeTTe Cain, Mike Dan- iloTT, John Donnell, DoroThy Dung, Claire Gamble, Gladys Goon, Phil GladsTen, Bob l-ludziak, Ann l-learsT, Barbara l-larman, PaT l-landlin, Miriam lfland, Delores King, Carol Kobernik, DoroThy KaTz, JaneT Kulzer, Tom Kaasa, Leslie Longwell, Gerry Leese, Viola Lane, RoberT Mounce, John MorTon, MorTon Blager, Florine Maiers, Barbara Owen, ChesTer Pavlovsky, RuTh Rozell, Merlin STroud, Karle Seydal, l-lelen SchilaTy, Bill SchulTz, Philip Spoerry, JaneT SmiTh, Donna Mae Thompson, Erma Thor- sTenson, DmiTri Tadich, Dr, Frank WillisTon, Sylvia WoolTson, GranT WoalT- skill, Charles Wilson, Ted Yasuda, Thor Johnsen, John Zimmerman and MargareT WesTholm. MacLane, Bill, Nobles, Dalwyn, Corresponding Sec, PubliciTy SmiTh, Don, Kelsey, PaTricia, PresidenT Recording Sec. Dickson, Marfin, Wiggers, Gloria, Treasurer ConTacT Chairman Timmins, Emily, Presidenl Baylis, Penelope Campbell, Charme Cordell, Pauline Kalz, Dorolhy Ann, Secrelary Kelsey, Palricia Knox, James Leese, Gerry Maddox, Jane Melzler, Myrna Rieman, Joyce Roberls, Dorolhy Schilaly, Helen Shurman, Virginia Smilh,Slar1lon, Treasurer Walker, Palricia Zema, Eugene Tl-IE RUSSIAN CLUB is designed lo allord sludenls a vivid knowledge ol lhe language and cullure ol Russia. To lhis end il presenls imporled Russian lilms, holds a lradilional Russian Chrislmas leslival lealuring Russian singing, dancing and delicacies. This year a newly-organized dance leam per- lormed lolk dances al lhe language meel on campus. HUSSIHII ULU SPEECH HSSIICIHIIIIII Ui TH Nol Piclured: Carol Jean Allan, Joseph Allen, Rulh Allingham, Palricia Barrel, Roberl Bernhard, William Benedicl, Mary Bliss, William Boulon, Jim Brillin, Dean Brosche, Beverly Clarke, Roberl Cox, Annella DeChenne, Belle Jean Emrick, Kalhryn Fleelwood, Sally Gilroy, John Grover, Michael I-Iogan, Thomas Hopkins, Margarel McAIIisler, Richard McNamara, Palricia Mason, Marilyn Nelson, Pal Murray, Eloise Piedalue, I-Iamillon Rideoul, Donna Russel, William Scholes, Wilda Sedgwick, James Shapley, Jerrold Sills, Erleen Smilh, Winilred Twiss, Eleanor Valenline and Mar- garel Wiley. Facullyz Perry Baisler, Win Bird, Fred I-Iile, Oliver Nelson, Frederick Orr, Orville Pence ond Horace Rahskopl, Wadeson, May Belh Freshman Rep. I C"gliFg+I2T5h9l'iHe. Pelerson, Ken, MacGiIvra, Roberl, Treasurer Vice-Presidenl CV099. Shirley. Dove, Ralph, SeI'IiOI' Rep- Presidenl Nol Piclured: Lola Garrell, James Goodsell, John I-Iarol, W. C. Johnson, vice-presidenlg Edward Jones, George Lipin, acling secrelaryg Gordon Loomis, Slewarl Mclnnis, Warren Pellell, Frank Primozick and Mariory Primozick. E UIIIVEIISIIII Ui IUHSHIIIIITUII TI-IE SPEECH ASSOCIATION was lounded in April I947 by lacully members and lhe maiors ol lhe speech deparlmenl. Ils primary oloieclives are lo give all members a beller knowl- edge ol lhe clillerenl lields ol speech and social 1-elaliomships belween sludenls and lacully. .rr f " '-1 Lockwood, James, Presideni Angel, Charles Bad ham, Colin Baker, Jack Barker, Richard Balkan, Freeman Corning, Theodore Crosfa, George Edminsler, Roberi French, William Gold, Bernard Gonzales, William Johnson, Kenneih Johnson, Verner Kirwin, Harry Miller, Lesier Nerheim, Laurence Olsazalsi, Mac Powlison, Pefer Safslrom, Paul Shaw, Malcom Sherwood, George Slay, Donald Twohy, Thomas Warren, Richard Williams, Hugh Pliil XEHIH o o 'xg STUDENTS OF FOREIGN TRADE and relaied siuclies are eligible for membership in Pan Xenia during iheir junior and senior years. Members are selecied on lhe basis of a 3.0 average or beiier anal evidence ol a sincere inieresl in ihe promoiion oi world lrade and inlernaiional peace. lnlerna- Jrional chaplers are being reaclivaled as condilions improve lhroughoui' The world, including a Philippine chapler al Manila which is now well eslablished, Noi' Pic'l'ured: Clarence Barneli, Bernard Boylan, Roberl Braxion, Gaylord Bullis, Fred Carpenler, John Claris, Lloyd Duggan, Edward Fei, John Fei, Alfred l-lalberl, Oswald l-leid, Laurence l-legranes, Hawley Hayden, Roberl l-lomincla, Michel lvy, Melvin Johnson, Wallace Leaf, Slewarl Maclnnis, Allan McKennon, Edward McMillan, Alan McKenzie Rowe, Raymond McRae, John Nalllsemper, George Neiswanger, Joseph O'Toole. John Porel, Frederick Roll. Maiirhew Sera, George Taylor, William Tsai, Ralph Thomson, Charles Whiicomb. Waller Wilkes and Richard Wing. 338 'flue l1onorary's naiional Hsiraiglwr news wailing" conresi. Bush, Pefer, Presideni Danielson, Cliff Hamilion Jim Harvey, Barney Herizler, Roberf Keim,Cl1arles King, Jim Kuhlman, AI McDonough, Dan, Secrelary Newland, Jol1n Parker, Gordon Paflon, Harry Pelerson, Dave Sfuarf, Jim, Vice-Presidenl Van D9VGl'I'l'SI',JOl'1Fl Waller, Don, Treasurer Zu brod, Jerry SIGMA DELTA Cl-ll, esiablislied on Jrlwis campus in l9lO, is a professional group honoring men who sl'1ow Jriue greaiesi promise in iournalism, based on sclwolaslic srandards, charac- rer and aplirude. The clwapler Jrlwis year won rlwird place in SIGHIH Engebreison, George, Presidenl Baker, Carver Cameron, Griffi'll1 Craggs, Fred DELTH CHI Fey, David Korman, Wesley -Q- Nol Piclured: Wallie Eunle, Willis Kalz, Bill Pollock, Conrad Speidel and Eorresl Williams. THU SIGIHH UELTH TAU SIGMA DELTA is +l'1e naiional arclwileclure honorary whose members are elecied from Jrlwe junior and senior classes on a loasis of high sclwolarslmip and excellence in arclwireciural design. Edsfam, Eugene Evanoff, Lawrence, Secreiary-Treasul GI Liddle, Alan Reid, Ted S'l'reissgu'll1, Dan Swanson, Eleanor Presiclenl Anderson, Pauline Secrefary Bishir, Peggy Boswell, Rulh Brown, Delores Case, Evelyn Ann Cus+er, Lois Davis, Margueri+e Halfer, Connie, Vice-Presidenf lldsfacl, Mary Jones, Madeline Karaloaich, Mary Mafhis, Marilyn Mayel', Nadine Means, Frances Murphy, Eslher Nelson, Virginia Ro'I'l1, Lynn, Treasurer Royal, Barbara Simmons, Shirley PI HLP HH MEMBERS OF PI ALPl-lA SIGMA, wornen's adveriising honorary, musl have a 3.0 in adveriising courses and a 2.5 accurnulalive grade poini and plan lo follow The aclverlising or marlqeiing fields. Pi Alpha Sigrna sponsors The annual campus Apple Day each fall. CHRISIIHII SCIEIICE UHGHIIIZHIIUII Cl-IRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION al The Universily ol Washinglon is one ol many similar organizalions which have been formed in colleges and universilies lhroughoul rhe world 'ro unile in closer bonds of Chrislian fellowship sludenls and lacully members who are inleresled in Chrislian Science. This organizalion is aulhorized by Arlicle 23, Secrion 8, ol rhe Manual ol: The lvlolher Church, The Eirsr Church ol Chrisl, Scienlisl, in Bosron, Massachuserrs. Religious meerings are held regularly on Thursday evenings, excepl on holidays, al 7:45 p. m. in Eagleson I-lall. All sludenls, lacully members and 'Friends are cordially invired lo alrend rhese meerings. The Chrislian Science Qrganizalion Sludenl I-louse is open lrom 7:30 a. m. unlil 7 p. m. every day excelol Sundays and holidays. I-lere, lhe Bible, lhe wrilinqs ol Mary Baker Eddy, and all olher aulhorized Chrfslian Science Iileralure may be read or borrowed. Sludenls and foculfy enjoy 'Phe quiei' ul- mosphere of fhe downslcirs reading room. The a++rc1c+ive, colorful lounge is a se+- ling for wholesome con+acI's befween sfu- denfs. For many, I+ is fheir campus home. The Chrisfian Science Organizolion house on 'Ihe corner of I5+h avenue N. E. and E. 43rd slreel. J erry Lonerg an Presideni Marion Malloy Vice-Presideni' Eva LeCocq Secreiary Bob Cummings Treasurer Nancy Friederich Council Member Lincoln Eng Council Member Canlerbury Choir Tea al' Chaplain Cochran's Members: Ruih Acfeson, Mary Ann Ad- emino, Richard Anderson, Mary Anderson, Pairicia Arnold, Aldric Au-Yong, John Boa, Merrill Babcock, Wallace Beardsley, William Berfolin, Ted Bishop, Ralph Blu- cher, Geraldine Burnham, Susanne Carri- fhers, Lee Cassidy, Dolores Chelenden, Waller Croasdill, Roberi' Cummings, Hal Cummins, Ray Cole, Lincoln Eng, Warren Frank, Nancy Friedrich, Nancy French, Janis Givens, Bob Gray, Delphine Green- baum, Paula Hall, Barbal'a Harmon, Barbara Hinclley, Charles Hunier, Sue Kellogg, Joan Kennedy, Ted Leche, Eva LeCocq, Rhoda LeCocq, Mary Legg, Jane Leonard, Jerry Lonergan, Alice McDonald, David McGirr, Fred McLauchlan, Bill Mack, Marion Malloy, Connie Marshall, Billie Mellis, Priscilla Mock, Roland Nich- ols, Priscilla Oiis, Morgan Poole, Ray Puddicombe, Persis Reynolds, David Rich- ardson, Kennefh Robbins, Dick Scales, Frances Schulleis, Rod Smiih, Jim Van Olegham, Edifh Volk. 'ui-illllllllli-E . Lg , lx X e x 11 f. lx 5 " - '-f-ME -e. pRo.P6R -E fr-1" ..1 .lb U- , 1 x 2 4 ..-eq E ,- Wi f in f . E-,f +- Tl-lE CANTERBURY CLUB is an organizalion for Universily sluclenis who are members or friencls oi ihe Episcopal church. The clulo provides a cenier oi spirirual, inielleciual and social fellowship, and has Sunday evening meelings and Thursclay luncheons. ll aims lo serve Jrhe mission of Chrislianiiy in higher educaiion by iosiering among sludenls a belier uncler- sianding of ihe lailh and praclice ol Jrhe Episcopal church and loyalry +o iis corporaie life. CHHTEHBURU CLUB s 53? goody Q 2 ,I , Lu ' uf' :A 535 , 1 Q E i ? i' ,. ' " 375'--X , cg 7 A 4 'ff' Q Tre es Burl Rev. David R. Cochran Chaplain Noi Piciured: J. Russell Roberls Facul+y Adviser HIL Tl-lE B'NAl B'RlTl-l l-IILLEL FOUNDATION allernpls ro make Jewish religious and cullural values vi+al and relevanl for The college srudenl. Lecrures, discussions, Sabbalrh eve services conducled by The sludenrs, social affairs, Wednesday lunch- eons and Sunday evening meerings are parlr of lhe year's acriviiies. l-lillel has moved inlo ils new house a+ 4ls+ Slreelr and I5+h Norlheasl Jrhis year. Noi Piclrured: Solornon Birulin, lvlorron Blager, Rosalyn Cap- elolo, Thelrna Caplan, Maurice Ducal, Roloerl l-lilliard, Willis Konicls, Marian Levin, Gerd Pollilz and lris Woohfe. lEl FUUHDHTIUH Schwarlz, Eugene, Presidenf Cohn, Rhoda Mae Dubson, Lillian Eder, Phil Frumkin, Perry Kafz, Dorofhy Millei, Denise Marion, Sylvia Schmulman, Sarah Silver, Bill Sfasfny, Charles Weil, Dorofhy Willner, Dick Myrvils, Ouenlin, Presidenl Beclqmeyer, Morris Beclnmeyer, Theodore Benlson, Belly Lee Bergman, Kalhryn Blyclserl, Warner Brudie, Irene Endahl, Charles Gorder, Belly, Secrelary Gulschmidl, Marlyce Hermanson, James Iverson, Melvin Jacobson, Orlin Johnson, Kalma Jones, Bevei-lie Jones, Roberl Jorgensen, I-Iarriel' Juberg, Irene Knudsen, Janice Kobbervig, Irving, Monson, Kennelh Norlon, Barbara Oberlsolfer, Marlha Olsen, Donal Olsen, Joanne Ray, Rulh Blank, Violef, Counselor Read, Allen Roe, Anila Sala, Edirh Scholz, Johanna S'I'one, Eslher Sylhoff, Fredrik Weber, Lorraine Weberg, Russel Vice-Presidenl' Koenig, Waller, Treasurer Laviln, Evelyn Lenz, Norma Miller, Emme+'I' gvqsx ffag Mille,-I Virginia A ,a ill f TI-IE LUII-IER CLUB, a campus lellowship, is lhe local chapler ol Ihe Lulheran Sludenl Associalion ol America. II is an organizalion in which young people may pursue Chrislian knowledge, Iraining lor Chrislian service and enduring Chris- lian friendships. A series ol weelsly programs such as Sunday evening liresides, Bible sluclies, discussion groups and social lunclions compose The general Lulher clulo program. IUIHEII CLUB Noi Picluredz Keiio Aho, Kelly Allason, Orval Ause, Peler Charbonnier Wayne Fager, Theodore Foreid, I-Iilde, Frohlich, Lois I-Iarris, Jacls I-Iallen, David I-Ienderson, Richard I-Iillern, I-Ierberr I-lunl, I-larvey I-Iunler, Andy Jaeger, Carl Jensen, Ronald Johns, Levon Johnson, Ray Johnson, Richard Jones, Mary Ann Ki-elln-ian, Sylvia Krieger, Arlhur Lee, Sfanley Lee, Myron Marander, Edrie Marquard, Ole Ivlaihisen, Paul Malhisen, Vincenl Mall- son, Audrey Miller, Roberl Miller, Kennelh Rosevold, I-larvey Sander, Arlene Schram, Sylvia Slangeland, Ronald Slovner, Mary Anne Sluleville, Phil Swenson, Glenn Thompson and William Trailer. 344 AIWIYGFUC. l'lUl'l'Y Lamberf, Melvin UIIIVEHSIIU CHHISIIHII UIIIIIII Nor Piciuredz Bud Barileir, Francis Berdon, Ann Berg, Dan Bishop, Irwin Boehr, Flora May Bradley, Bill Branch, Nancy Brengan, Tom Brengan, Helen Brown, Wes Carlson, Henry Cheng, Cornelia Cook, Jim Crowe, Florence Duckering, Jim Eernisee, Kennerh Elder, Gordon Fisher, Paul Flint Lois Fredeen, Edifh Freliegh, Rurh Freliegh, Doris Fuersi, Bruce Gordon, Alvin Hahn, Hawley Hayden, Alice Hendrickson, Doris Hunier, Siuori Hunring, Paul Icenhower, Doris Johnson, Phyllis Johnson, Dale Knowles, Cal Longsireih, Ken Lovegren, Hallie MacKey, Sarah Mclniosh, Walfer McKlein, Irene Maas, Doroihy Munce, Warfield Munce, Ann Ness, Joann Nordale, Secreiaryg Frank Norion, Adrian Oomes, Paul Pearson, Marrha Phillips, Jessica PoH'er, Carl Richarr, Elaine Roos. Audrey Spur- beck, Osbourne Sienberg, Paul Siriker, Shirley Sunden, Dick Tobell, Dick Uornoio, Bob Wagner, Lois Wallen, Ira Wallsirom, Bob Ward, Marquiia Wilson, Grace Whife, Makolm Woodard and Yuri Yasaki., ,EA5 'f l' U. C. U. - AN INTERDENOMINATIONAL GROUP - iearures a weekly chapel hour and irequeni social "ger- Jroge+hers." A righi balance is soughi by preseniing oi serious Chrisrianiiy and yer providing a ioyous Chrisrianiiy. In addi- Iion, Jrhe program includes missionary and Bible srudies. Buckley, Harold, Presideni Anderson, Aslrid Anderson, Effie Anderson, Wes BeH'y, Doris Blomdchl, George Bluechel, June Bradley, Eleanoi Buizer, Jerry Bul'ke, Doris Clarke, Jean Dun, Henry Dye, Dave Elmgren, Elaine Finke, Mary Fleming, Ken Fleming, Pele, Vice-Presidenl' Glassman, Scool Greenhill, Evelyn Groce, Irwin Harris, Gwen Herrman, Regina I'lun'I', John Jackson, Evelyn Johnson, Meryl Kawakami, Jake Kennedy, Jean Kienholz, Lorraine Larson, Anne Lind, Marian Messingale, Jean Midby, Evelyn Nelson, EIizabe+h Noren, Don Nordale, Marilyn Olson, Edward Page, Ada May Paris, Jean Peierson, Clifford Purdy, Don Ralhien, Barbara Rhyner, Florence Rosenzweig, Jim Scoii, Jean Smifh, Mary Ann Sfevens, Eslher Tafman, Camilla Thomas, Bob Young, Elizabeih Toomey, Thomas, Presideni' Barrefr, Marguerife Baumann, Beri Beck, Lawrence Bezer, Tony Bolger, Jean Bond, Margarel' Breslich, Sandra Brown, Adele Cavers, John Clark, Alice Comick, Thomas Dickinson, Ruby Duclos, Aloysius Ferrer, Earl Ferrer, George Finnigan, Janice Funsinn, Edward Griffin, Kaiherine Griffin, Pafricia Hamel, Roderick Hasperi, Arnold Henrioi, John Hughes, Michael Imperial, Juliana Larsen, Jeanne Lemieux, Mary Leonard, Larry Maher, Donald McCabe, Jim McLeod, Parricia McMullen, Anifa Meehan, Mary Murphy, Marilyn Powers, Frank Pressey, Margie Robbins, Floyd Robbins, Mary Kay Robbins, Maureen Sagmiller, Sieve Schuliz, Roberf Schwei'I'zer, Mary Lou Seeberger, Leo Shaw, Margaref Sliva, LuAllen Squire, ldalice Sremwell, Jane Sullivan, John Sullivan, Joseph Swiff, John Swimme, Wayne Timbers, Mary Morrison, Rev. Thomas J. Direclor Toomey, Helen Ulrich, Josephine Valenrine, Mary Anna Williams, John Lincks, Karherine Zaremba, Joseph NEWMAN Cl-UB. a member of The lniernarional Newman Eederahon, presenrs a well-rounded program of religious aclion, inrelleciual developmenr and social acriviry lor Carh- olic srudenrs on campus. Regular meeiings and lecrures are marked by achve parlicipcfrion of siuclenr members. s?..m1lilr1,.'.Q l I -r- I ' - Noi Piciured: Eddie Allenback, Joseph Amsbaugh, Dominic Ambrosia. Tom Anderson, Mary Balch, Beniamin Barbour, Dan BarlleH', Carl Blaiz. Berh Brirron, Joseph Cicrich, William Coulon, Elizabeih Cowell, John Daly. Elmer Diehl, Ilene Doherry, Rose Marie Doheriy, Jean Erickson, Richard Faille, Belly Farr, Beverly Freigang, Jean Gillen, Lawrence Gillen, Roberi Greive, Anne Grosso, Augusiine Gusiilo, Pafricia Haberbush. Roberl Hagan, Elizaberh l-lenrior, James Haifa, Berry Holi, Mary Kara- baich, Mariorie Kaver, George Kiesel, Mary Kiesel, Kaihleen King. Doroihy Kuliis, Frank Laush, John Laush, John Lee, Virginia Lee, Elizabelh Lee, Helen Leibly, Tom Loring, William Magrillo, Roberl Maskel, Alberi McConnel, John McGuire, Maureen McGuire, Elroy Miller, Jack Misener. Mary Morency, Anne Neal, Jose Orosa, Berry O'Leary, James O'Shea. Kenneirh Parr, Charles Percich, Richard Perry, Roberra Ream, Thomas Reynolds, Eleanor Richardson, John River, Edward Roe, Danre Sanios. Anronio Scarpelli, James Seger, Jeanne Seland, Milion Sessions, Michael Sierbich, BeH'y Thomas, Julienne Tremblay, Doroihy Tvere, Jim Vague. Amalia Wessel, Warren Wirrkopf, Nancy Wright Leo Zanclecki and JoAnne Zimmerman. Burdick, George, Moderafor LaHin, Vicior, Thomas, Owen Vice-Moderafor Horman, Harry Schear, Nancy McQueen, Halion Duff, Virginia Jameson, Margarel Lamonl, Joseph WESTMINSTER CLUB FOR PRESBYTERIAN STUDENTS has been living up Jro ils lille, "a home away from home." lis program, covering ihe iour phases ol: Chrislian living: Failh ancl Life, Fellowship, Chrislian Oulreach and Slewardship, serves Jrhe spirilual, recreaiional and eclucalional needs oi Jrhe siuclenls. lllESilllIiISlEll CLUB Pl-ll Cl-ll DELTA, a branch oi Wesiminsler Founclaiion, is for all Presbyierian women. The program is four-fold, oiiering Training in l-lome Builcling, Fellowship, Missionary Eclucaiion, and Social Service. This year's program slressecl ihe New Life movemenl' oi The Presbylerian church. Jameson, Margarel, x W ,Fi x Lf' PHI CHI IJELTH Members: Virginia Barney, Nancy Brengan. Roberia Calvin, Myrile Canary, Belsy Colson, Jean Dougheriy, Virginia Buii, Nedra Evanson, Barbara Green, l-lenrieiia l-lamilion, Doroihy l-laupi, Meiriona Jones, Doreen Knight Ann Long, Joan Longslrelh, Joanne Marlin, Marilyn Malloclss, Chrisline Michel, Corresponding Secrelary: Charlolle Morgan, Dorolhy Mullins, Nancy Schear, Sally Scheer, Chrislina Schnursiein, Loraine Weber, Mary Frances Weicllich and l-lelen Young. Presideni' OH'eson, Barbara. Tal-mano, Be'H'y, Vice-Presideni' Treasurer Hara, Amy. Tibbs, Daisy, Recording Secrefary Chaplain ,Z-I-V i l Execulive Commilfee Krall, Bob, Presiden+ Pelerson, Ken, Vice-Presideni' Wrighf, Leona, Recording Secrefary Powers, Juanila, Corresponding Secrefary Cole, Ralph, Treasurer Osborne, Don, Fireside CommiHee Chairmen Sharp, Dewayne Finn, Dorcas Oeslreich, Genevieve Hayner, Mariorie Millel', Don Hagerman, Bill Gladfelier, Barbara Rorrison, Mariorie Rosenoff, Norma Lou Slreer, Hal Smifh, Helen Beardsley, Be'H'y Fiedler, Ernie Dean, Ken Stephen, lda Grace Albrigh+, Al+o Glenn, Modean Jones, Sian Hager, Roberl' Boo+hroyd, Jean Bes'r, Don Penn, Pal' Reebs, Vera Laudan, Phil ScoH', Dorofhy Solfman, George Oes+reich, Phyllis uiisiiu CLUB WESLEY HOUSE is a large while colonial building locared iusl across Jrhe campus al E. 42nd Sireer. Through Wesley Club, wilh iis headguarlers or Wesley House, Meihodisl slu- denls help each olher in Chrislian living and expressing Jrheir common conviclions and concerns. Lounges, srudy rooms, pianos, leller wriring and game laciliries, noon lunch, dining room and chapel are available lo sludenis every day. Members Nol' Piclured: Emma Jean Adams, Ken Anile, Nanna Anfonsen, E. E. Blakely, Leo Barber, Peggy Bullock, Horrace Burroughs, Harlan Bull, Mary Consranr, Virginia Converse, Earl Carlson, Doroihy Cooley, Bud Dodge, Bill Downie, Lowene Davenny, Dick Davenny, Edna Dowke, Jean Depue, Don Devoe, Ray Dixon, Ned Ellis, Elinor Fryar, Georgia Gill, Marlyce Gulschmidl, Joanne Hei+zman, Joyce Heilzman, Loren Hansen, Ken Henderson, Dale Hooper, Howard Hand, Cecille Holloway, Dororhy Helwig, Ward Howard, Phyllis lsied, Norman Johnson, Keilh Johnson, Loren Johns, Mary Lou Johnson, Simone Johnson, Marian Krolr, LeRoy Kirsop, Jean Keeney, Mariorie Kosola, Phyllis Kemp, Claris LaVioleHe, Duane LaVioleHe, Fred Lubbe, Ted Lomax, Sarah McGalliard, Fred Marlin, Tobie Meyers, Chuck McNu+'r, Rodman Miller, Frank Nichols. Joyce Newlon, Elizabefh Neilson, Marjorie Olrs, Carol Olson, Carol Pear- son, Don Pollock, Len Profirl, Sharon Palmer, Mac Paul, Dorolhy Perlus. Fred Rockey, Jeane Reinell, John Rasmussen, Pal Rasmussen, Jim Roe- buck, Marie Roebuck, Grace Reindel, Fred Reebs, Carol Reilley, Ruby Slonach, Theodore Schoelhoe, Miz Sekeiima,Vaughn Sherman, Mary Scorl, Wall S'l'ewar+, Dave Slephans, Dorolhy Swanson, Belly Slohlfon, James Trecarlen, Don Thulean, Scolr Wilson, Jim Yeaman and Greg Zimmer. Rosenoff, Norma Lou, Presidenl Anionsen, Nanna Beardsley, Belly Dowke, Edna Glenn, Modean Howser, Ile Johnson, Mary Lou Johnson, Virginia Keeney, Jean Kosola, Mariorie Ling, Jing Chu Oesfreich, Genevieve Oesfreich, Phyllis Pearson, Carol Powers, Juanifa Reebs, Vera S+ephen, Ida Grace WESLEY HOUSE is organized for Merhoolisr women srudenis on campus, in coniunciion wiih Wesley club. Social aciiviiies for women living or Wesley are also wiih Wesley club. Nor Piclurecl: Jerry Lonergan, Bryani Rogers, Cameron Schulz and Eugene Schwarlz. Jackson, Audrey, Presidenf Budde, Jeanne Buell, Grace Carmichael, lrene, Secrerary Friedrich, N ancy Greene, Norma Hayner, Mariorie Harman, Harry Kasper, Robe:-f, Treasurer Krafi, Roberi' Nece, Ron Powers, J uanifa, Vice-Presidenl RouH', Lloyd Sayre, Phil Weber, Tom Nor Picrured: Robbie Lee Roberson and Belly Young. CHHIPUS HELIGIUUS UUUHUIL COORDINATION OF ACTIVITIES of member groups and cooperaiion wiih Universilry adminislralion and siuclenl gov- ernmenjr lo promore The religious inieresrs of siudenrs is rhe purpose of rhis council. Religious Emphasis week is sponsored each year by The group. ,Man as if 'vw-yy . ww W Hafzbvfwiew Hall Leonard Helen Jr Lund Judith Sr Lundberg Ruth Jr Mangen, Margaret, Jr. McCoy, Shirley, Sr. McGuinness, Sally, Jr. Not Pictured Moffatt Margaret Sr Paschke Violet Jr Patton, Della, Jr. Reitz, Mabel, Jr. Routtu, Corinne, Sr. Meniq ue, lsobelle, Sr. Savas, Dena, Jr. Schutte, Helen, Sr. Spencer, Jean, Sr. Morris, Nellie Jo, Sr. Myers, Elizabeth, Sr. Neeley, Ina, Sr. Nelson, Irene, Sr. Nord, Lois, Sr. Norton, Dorothy, Jr. Olmsted, Elizabeth, Jr. O'NeiIl, Lois, Jr. Ostrom, Magaret, Jr. Porter, Patricia, Sr. Prince, Margaret, Jr. Purkepile, Audrey, Jr. Raynes, Marlys, Jr. Reehling, Patricia, Sr. Ryan, Betty, Sr. Sanvidge, Irene, Sr. Scholz, Johanna, Sr. Shaffer, Bryanetta, Jr. Smith, Verna, Sr. Stobie, Doris, Sr. Stone, Lowene, Jr. Sykes, June, Sr. Turner, Inez, Sr. Unsoeld, Marion, Jr. Wascher, Barbara, Sr. White, Phyllis, Jr. Williams, Margaret, Jr. Wood, Ruth, Sr. Zinke, Ruth, Jr. Stevens, Doris, Sr. Stillman, Margaret, Jr. Stokke, Marie, Sr. Willis, Virginia, Sr. Winkel, Gretchen, Sr. g,5l-llN6yo LII ill' 1 ' Q QI be 10:-4,636 4.4.9 ET I-2 vb I viaxllfs 'langquisvlq 3 5 I fi 2-sql, ver HARBORVIEW l-TALL is removed Tiom The campus in disTance buT noT in spu1T oi oi ganizahon. The govelnmenT under ASUW iurisdicTion, is a sTudenT council composed oT oTTicers elecTed each spring. Each class sends a represenTaTive and The various com- miTTee chairmen also have a voice. The sTudenT paper, "The Chronic Com- plciiner," is published Twice a monTh, wiTh ediTorship passing Trom class To class every six monThs. The publicaTion lseeps The sTu- denT nurses up on hall, campus and hospiTal news and gossip. Each Wednesday Tram 2 To 4 p.m. is Tea- Time in The Lounge. The sTudenTs enioy This relaxaTion and opporTuniTy To see whaT Miss l-loTTine, house moTher, counselor and Triend, has arranged Tor ci cenTerpiece. Yearly social evenTs include a Fall Car- nival, ChrisTmas dance, Spring VarieTy Show and Midsummer Tormal. AcTive member- ship conTinues in campus social organiza- Tions. The l-lall's currenT proiecT is sending supplies To Europe, To less TorTunaTe Tamilies and schools OT nursing. Those who say, "Nurses do noThing excepT nurse," have never been To l-larborview. STudenT nurses have an inTeresTing curric- ulum, and aTTer Two years on The campus They are eligible To receive Their caps-a big momenT in a nurse's liTe, RepeaTing The nursing pledge and presenTaTion oT caps malse This evening ouTsTanding. NexT big momenT is when nurses receive Their pins aTTer experience in The various clinical Tields OT nursing. Bachelor oT Science degrees in nursing are awarded aT commencemenT. HHITBUITVIETU HHH Psychialry Affiliation Tuberculosis Affilialion Cl1ildren's Orfhopedic Hospifal Affiliafion "Chronic Complainer" Surgery Giving a Hypo Orthopedics Taking a Blood Pressure U n - U U T U Emergency Communicable Diseases Pedialrics Class v.. .P,,,,..,...-.-- ' .i l w l if ' X l 'f i , i ff i ln, X ge, ,, V Q Qi " N l 4 . A .L 5 pk Sun Baihers Wash Nighi' Tea in fhe Lounge Senior Variefy Show Mid-Summer Formal Wrifing Home Sewing Bee Packing Clofhes for Europe Senior Tea HLPHH THU DELTP DELTA CHAPTER OE ALPHA TAU DELTA was organized in i936 on lhe Universily campus and named in honor of Dean Elizabeih S. Soule. Alpha Tau Della means "Uni+ed in Serv- ice." lis purpose is lo Tosier friendship and fellowship among college women in The nursing profession. The chapier includes boih The l-larborview and Swedish divisions of nursing. Nor Piciured: Mildred Caldwell, Nellie Chapman, l-lenrieria Eppuil-4, Virginia Eellon, adviser: M. Lee Floud, Belly Gay Florence Gray, Kaiherine l-lofiman, Vivian l-luniingion, Ger- aldine Lough lvy, Lola Kimmel, Bonira LeGro, Dena Savas, Palricia Ward, Virginia Willis and Dean Elizaloeih S. Soule, honorary memloer. F 1 fs 3 ix 53? o uf-3 ss' 66 Q M af f Unsoeld, Marion Presiclenf Anderson, Effie Becker, BeHy Bilodeau, Jeannelle, Treasurer Bowers, Sarah Brand, Edifh Brown, Viola Brudie, Irene, Vice-Presidenl Clarl-1,Verla Donner, Barbara, Corresponding Sec'y Gilleland, Bonnie Grobey, Norma Harfvedf, Eleanor Johnson, Grace Kvamme, lngeborg Levin, Nancy Lund, Judiih McCoy, Shirley Neeley, Ina Nelson, Doris, Hisforian Nelson, Irene Nelson, Winifred Norfon, Doroihy, Cusiodian Orosa, Elena O'NeiII, Lois Raynes, Marlys Scholz, Johanna Simonson, BeHy Sfone, Lowene Teller, Sally Thompson, Margarei' Wascher, Barbara Wood, Rulh Mary Cahill Ecliflw Brand Jean Clarke Mariory Lee Presiclenl' Vice-Presiden'l' Secrelary Treasurer TI-IE NURSES' CLUB is open lo all women maioring in nursing. Hs purpose is 'l'o promole friendship ancl social and profes- sional aciivilies. NURSES' PHI UIU UHUlUlH MEMBERS OF Pl-ll MU GAMMA, nalional professional line aris lralernily, are clwosen lor oulslanding worls in drama and in line allied aris of dance and music. Members musl be accepiecl unanimously and mus+ be oi sophomore slancling, The aim of The organizalion is llie inlelligenl aclvancemenl ol The line arls. Howell, Jean, yr ny? 1 X A CLUB Na+ Piclured: Vivian Brown, Barbara Carle, Mary Lou Dick inson and Mardelre Turner. Presiclen'l' Blanc, Marie Hays, Marion Downie, Margarel' Healli, Dolores Graves, Nancy Pendlelon, Mal'ilyn, . . Vice-Presidenl Hague, Felicia, Treasurer Ryan, Palricia, Secrelary Hays, Alice Tilaerf, Be++i .as queen' over Annual dance, "Ski Shuffle." vacahon sunshine, corn, snow. . Mounfaineering supplanis 'Phe snow spori as season draws +o cloie. Club elecis officers for nexi year. . .,4, Q N jawn L x.,,,, EX Kew-X, .. 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' 291 NoT PicTured: I-Iazel BeaTTy, Ann Kvarnrne, Treasurer, and WiniTi'ed Twiss, secreTary. IIIIINIENS INIEN-HNIIII KnighT, Paf, PresicIenT I . Wes+, Margaret Hull' Is' Lois. Vice-PresicIen'I' JE""'5I'- Jodme STanTon, AnToineH'e Volk, EdiTh Beazley, Virginia Brazel, Shirley Carlson, Sigrid TI-IE INTER-I-IALI. COUNCIL endeavors To secure The greaT- esT IoeneTiT and TuIIesT enioyrnenT OT group living Tor The girls living in The won'ien's residence halls. The council coordinaTes The acTiviTies OT The Tour halls and provides represenTaTion Tor The organizalrion in campus acTiviTies. INIIEPENNENI IIININENS NSSNNINIINN ALI. INDEPENDENT RESIDENCE GROUPS are cool'dinaTed inTo The IndependenT Won'len's AssociaTion. AssociaTe mern- berships in The independenT houses are provided Tor women who are noT residenTs buT desire aTTiIiaTion. NOT PicTured: Virginia FosTer, Treasurer. Mueller, Donna, PresidenT Carlson, Sigrid I'IarTz, Jo, SecreTary McKuIIa, Kay PaHerson, Edie Pearson, BeTTy, Vice-Presidenf ' Rosenoff, Norma Lou Sfevens, Es'Iher Volk, Edi'I'h Young, Phyllis 432 NUNUII , Palmer, Phil, Presideni' Cummins, Hal Dress, Don French, Brad Hanson, Jim Harpole, Jim Hesla, Bud HuleTT, Verne Jones, Cliff Mulleneaux, Don Oafy, Paul Pearson, Gene Sainsbury, George Sharp, Larry Shim, Busfer Tl-llf MOl-TC IS OPEN TO ALL MEN in independenl organ- ized houses, and acTs on maTTers which may be Too large Tor an individual uniT. Through iT member houses are represenTed on The Board oT ConTrol. MOl-TC was sTarTed during The war and has grown To include The largesT organized group ol independenT men on campus. NoT Picjrured: William l-larrell and Ken Maalson. HIEIVS UHGHHIZED HUUSE CUUHUIL AIM OF Tl-IE MEN'S CAMPUS HALL FEDERATION is To provide recreaTion, Tellowship and economic advanTages based upon muTual inTeresTs and To conTrilouTe To The general welTare oT The members, residenTs oT campus veTei'ans' halls. HTEIVS CHHIPUS HHH FEDERHTIUH NoT PicTurecl: Tom GarlingTon, Chelan Fall president James Wasson, Chelan VVinTer president John CarTer, Qlympus WinTel' presidenT3 l-lerberT Osborn, Baker WinTel' president l-loward Whelpley, Rainier presidenT and FederaTion pres- iclenT, and Roland Payne, secreTary. Kenyon, Bruce, Olympus, Fall Presiclenf Sfiles, Vernon, Cascade, WinTer PresidenT Way, STephen, Cascade, Fall PresiclenT C0'0pQ!-lafjye ass .17 1 fe X fue ffm 2. -, , f.: , vw .3 2 , r --. '.w-...Sz - il' v ff i, A, , ,. . X ,V v.ff.311-,a : .dw .aw Z uf' ,'.'f ' '-:a- ' 116 1' f. , . 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A K g 7 - -E, f , m "1 'Nh A Aaron, Joseph, 425 Abbott, Shirley, 384 Abel, James Edward, 52, 483 Abel, Shirley K., 52 Ablljess, Thomas L., 52, Abrahamson, Arthu1', 18 Acacia, 392 Achanhausen, Robert, 416 Achen, Lewis, 214 Acher, Earl, 322, 335 Acheson, Duane B., 52, 221, 314 Achesofl, Gary, 419 Acker, Mary Lee, 119, 373 Ackermanrn, Carl, 407 Ackley, Charles, 422 Ackley, Richard, 393 Acteson, Ruth, 331, 342, 342 F d 279 A air, re , Adams, Anne, 105, 121, 128,130, 179, 302, 377 Adams. Brockman, 105, 114,115,117,123, 186, 212, 214, 304, 305,407 Andreassen, Ruth, 333 Adams, Durwood Q-, 52 Adams, Ed, 120, 135 Adams, Emma Jean, 348 Adams, Harold, 121 Adams, Leonard, 423 Adams, Marian, 52, 222 Arie-ipni, 313, 348 Ademino, Mary ADH, 154, 342, 376 308 390 391 40 Adkisson, William C., 52, 276, 395 Administration, 12 Adolphson, Roland, 404 Adskim, Ann, 381 Aff, Frank, 313 Afflerbach, Barbara R., 52, 66,119,130,139, 183, 300, 303, 374 Ahlberg, Arnold, 403 Ahlskog, Diane, 377 Aho, Keno, 344 Aillaud, Emmett, 395 Ainsworth, Norma, 440 Airis, William, 402 Akin, Lorraine, 322 Aklyama, Harry H., 52, 336, 345 Aktinson, Alan Watt, 53 Albers, Carolyn, 292, 336, 444 AlbiQJean, 120, 123, 144, 41 Albright, Alto, 348 Albright, Aubrey, 323, 426 Albright, Joan, 333 Aldrich, Jane, 291, 380 Aldrich, Keith, 421 Alexander, David, 414 Alexander, Grace, 131, 132, 302, 368 Alexander, Joan, 365, 370 Alexander, Robert, 306, 416 Alger, Norman, 335, 336 Alger, Robert E., 52,437 Alger, Sylvia, 322 Alhadeff, Victor, 219, 417 Allan, Barbara, 330 Allason, Kelly. 344 Allingham, Ruth M., 52, 62, 117, 126, 164, 183, 216, 300, 303, 337, 371 Allison, Jay, 393 Allison, Robert, 22 Allsop, Arthur, 306, 390, 404 Allvan, Jane, 442 Allyn, Charles, 215 Allyne, Manuella, 435 Alm, Dorothy, 293, 295, 296, 315, 444 Almelah, Dave, 394 Almond, Connie, 441 Alrnquist, Frank, 406 Almvig, Julia, 367 Alpha Chi Omega, 366 Alpha Delta Phi, 393 Alpha Delta Pi, 367 Alpha Delta Sigma, 321 Alpha Epsilon Delta, 223 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 394 Algnelga Gamma Delta, Alpha Kappa Psi, 326 Alpha Omicron Pi, 370 Alpha Phi, 371 Alpha Phi Omega, 323 Alpha Sigma Phi, 395 Alpha Tau Delta, 355 Alpha Tau Omega, 396 Alpha Xi Delta, 372 Altgigrlus, Evelyn I., 52, 4 Altizer, Bentley, 336, 423 Alton, John, 314 Alvord, Midge, 436 Amack, Larry, 415, 429 Amberson, Ruth S., 52, 328, 366 Ambrosio, Dominic, 346 Amburn, Donald, 395 Amende, Howard, 406 American Pharmaceu- tical Association, 322 American Red Cross Unit, 324 American Society of Civil Engineers, 324 American Society of Mechanical Engl- ne-ers, 323 Ames, Albert A., 52, 215, 221, 225,403 Ames, Esthel, 52 Ames, Mary E., 52, 315 Ammonii Socii, 319 AMS, 140-142 Amsbaugh, Joseph, 346 Anacker, Robert, 215 Anand, Satish, 325 INDEX Anderson, June, 371 Anderson, Keith, 52,416 Anderson, Kenneth, 336, 393 Anderson, Larry, 301 Anderson, Leonard, 336 Anderson, Lorraine, 373 Anderson, Maribeth, 442 Anderson, Marilyn J., 50, 52, 131, 132, 303, 364, 373 Anderson, Marilyn, 370 Anderson, Mary, 342 Anderson, Mary E., 383 Anderson, Mary F., 52 Anderson, Mary V., 381 Anderson, Norman, 52 Anderson, Paul, 313 Anderson, Pauline, 52, 154, 340, 376 Anderson, Richard, 342, 408 Anderson, Robert, 413 Anderson, Robert, 415 Anderson, Robert, 422 Anderson, Robert, 424 Anderson, Robert G., 52 Anderson, Ruth, 447 Anderson, Samuel, 215, 448 Anderson, Shirley, 123, 134, 379 Ashford, Cecil, 324 Ashford, Mimi, 336 Ahton, L. Joy, 53, 440 Asmussen, Robert E., 53, 223, 322 Aspaas, Arthur, 53, 437 Aspen, Ben, 419 Astel, Prof, George, 119, 124, 150, 301 Astel, William, 413 ASUW, 112, 114 Atcheson, Fred, 429 Atcheson, John, 428 Atkins, James, 53, 396 Atkinson, Alan, 428 Atkinson, Shirley, 310 Atgtgesrberry, Betty Lou, Atterbury, Beverly, 333 Atwater, Robert, 399 Atwate Audett, r, Thomas, 393 John, 424 Audett, Milton, 406 August, Lenore, 311 Ause, Orval, 344, 420 Austen, Jean, 310 Austen-Leigh, Valerie, 442 Austin, Gerry, 231, 320 Austin, Austin Austin, Glen, 411 Hall, 440, 441 Johna Lu, 379 Austin, William, 438 Anderson, Tom M., 52, 346 Anderson, Anderon, W. Joe, 52 Anderson, Wes, 345 Anderson, Zoe Ann, 377 Andreasen, Herman, 438 Virginia, 222 Auvil, Kenneth, 214 Au-Yong, Aldric, 342 Avery, Robert, 423 Axelon, R. Glen, 53,405 Ayer, W. Robert, 53, 403 Ayres, Allan, 404 Andrews, 366 Andrews, 428 Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Jean, 214, 225, Jerry, 391, Jim, 200 Richard, 415 William, 214 Angel, Charles, 338 Angelel, George, 52, 322 Angell, Dave, 396 Angeloff, Ellen, 336 Angle, Herb, 145 Anhalt, Felecia, 369 Anschell, Girard, 427 Babbage, Doris, 311 Babcock, Merril, 120, 342, 386 Babich, Mary G., 53,440 Bachelis, Wlarren, 394 Back, Leonard, 215 Backlund, Doris, 440 Backman, Ernest, 407 Backman, Gordon, 420 Backman, Helen, 223, 322, 331, 440 Backstrom, Maj. Bert Baker, Jack, 338 Baglggr, Joan, 135, 328, Baker, John, 395 Baker, Kenneth, 325 Baker, Bakke, Balch, 387 Louis V., 53, 396 Marie, 444 Marjorie N., 53, Balch, Mary, 346 Baldwin, James, 410 Baldwin, Ward, 185 Ball, Dwight, 119, 438 Ball, Lucille, 125 Ball, Thomas, 398 Ballantine, Frederick W., 53, 421 Ballantine, Julia, 217 Ballard, Charles, 408 Ballard, Phillys, 374 Ballard, Robert, 438 Ballew, Don, 260, 400 Balmer, Thomas, 15 Balsiger, Winifred E., 53, 222, 323 Baltzo, Ralph, 120, 405 Balyeat, George, 405 Bandy, Joan, 135 Banks, Robert, 213, 215 Bannecker, William R., 53, 396 Bannick, Chris, 380 Bannick, Jane, 375 Bannick, Robert, 408 Bannick, William R., 53, 151, 408 Baizgning, Jacqueline, Ban-nister, Robert, 426 Barager, Darce, 336 Baiigasli, Daniel S., 53, Barber, John, 219 Barber, Leo, 348 Barbour, Benjamin, 346 Barclay, Betty, 371 Barclay, Don, 306, 395 Bai-due, David, 419 Barduhn, Art, 305, 404 Bardwell, Marilyn, 384 Bare, Allan, 417 Bargquist, Pauline, 444 Baringer, Carol L., 53, 311, 435 Barkemeyer, Betty, 122, 218 Anawalt, Colleen-, 109 Alleger, Margaret, 379 Arneson, Jolanda, 442 Allen, Barbara, 369 Allen, Barbara, 218, 374 Allen, Bill, 402 Allen, Carol Jean, 120, 131, 133, 179, 224, 337 Allen, Clyde, 322, 411 Allen, Deborah, 378 Allen, Douglas, 415 Allen, Eugenia, 310, 311 Andersen, Barbara, 133, 371 Andersen, Joan, 371 Andersen, Richard, 402 Anderson, Adolph, 52, 214 Anderson, Arian, 392 Anderson, Astrid, 345 Anderson, Barbara, 365 Anderson, Beverly, 330, 333, 375 Anderson, Catherine, 52, 151, 442 Anderson, Cecil, 52, 409 Anderson, Clifford, 396 Anderson, Clyde, 396 Anderson, Dale, 426,438 Anderson, Darrell, 397 Anderson, Delbert, 422 Anderson, Delores, 371 Anderson, Dolores, 135, 136, 384 Anderson, Donald, 16 Anderson, Edmond, 314 Anderson, Effie, 345, 355, 442 Anderson, Elwin, 52, 324, 397 Anderson, Emil, 438 Anderson Eric 395 Anderon, Eugene, 410 Anderon, Eugene, 412 Allen Gertrude, 441 Allen, Jessie, 446 Allen, Joseph, 337, 438 Allen, Margaret, 373 Allen, Ralph A., 52 Allen, President Ray- mond B., 2, 3, 47, 113, 179, 317, 352 Allen, Mrs. Raymond B., 47,113,179 Virginia, 375 Allen, Robert, 448 Align, Rosemary Bond, Allen Terrence, 323 Allen? Allenback, Eddie, 346 Anderson, Foster, 52, 121, 428 Anderson, George, 405 Anderson, Gordon, 424 Anderson, Harvey, 52 Anderson, Henry, 428 Anderson, Hjalmer, 240, 267, 320 Anderson, James, 407 Anderson, James, 416 Anderson, John, 214, 326, 329 Anderson, John, 243, 308, 320 Anderson, Joseph, 419 Anschell, Grove, 427 Antle, Ken, 52, 348 Axgtgn, Clara Mae, 214, Antonsen, Nanna, 222, 330, 348, 349 Aoki, Bette, 52, 219, 336 Apostolou, Joseph, 408 Aplogtolou, Peter, 283, Appel, James, 416 Appelo, Burton, 326, 434, 438 Appelo, Carlton, 321, 434, 438 Apple, Sandra, 325, 376 Archer, Audrey, 383 Archer, Randall, 419 Argens, Robert, 418 Argo, William, 327 Arlt, Doris, 132, 379 Armes, Ed, 276 Armfield, LaPriel, 442 Armitage, Janet, 378 Armitage, Mary, 52, 378 Arlngtage, Thomas, 323, 1 Armour, Betty, 218, 447 Armstrong, Arthur, 214 Armstrong, Bruce, 52, 400 Armstrong, Frank, 225 Aigrgigstrong, James, 52, Armstrong, Thomas W., 52, 399 Armstrong, Wayne, 405 Army, 40 Arnason, Harold, 252, 416 Arney, Pat, 419 Arnold, Margaret, 374 Arnold, Mary, 441 Arnold, Patricia, 342 Arnold, Roy, 418 Arpke, Robert, 215 Arps, Joan, 322, 331 Arrigoni, Robert, 322 Art, James, 408 Arwine, Bob, 418 Asbury, William, 419 Asch, George, 52 Ashby, Joan, 336 Asilggn-felter, Harry, 52, 450 H., 40 Backus, Walter, 278, 279 Badcon, William, 428 Badda, Lucille, 288, 291, 296, 376 Badgro, Red, 229 Barker, Barker, Barker, 338 Barker, Barlogi, Barlow, John, 449 Phnnp, 413 Richard A., ss, Wallace, 422 Garland R., 53 Doreen, 311, 336, 446 Bartholomew, Donald, 54, 117, 219, 221, 319, 325, 416 Bartholmey, Donald, 407 Bartlett, Bud, 345 Bartlett, Dan, 346 Baiggon, Gilbert, C., 54, Bartron, Richard, 411 Barwick, Thomas, 393 Bates, Barbara, 213, 214, 325, 376 Bates, David, 426 Bates, Ruth R., 54, 444 Batey, Marilyn, 444 Batie, Harriet, 219 Batley, William, 405 Bator, Katharyna, 444 Battaglia, Charlotte L., 54, 325,376 Batten-ton, Richard, 419 Baty, Guy, 391, 412 Bagier, Prof. Harry, 16, Bauer, Harry S., 119 Bauer, Mrs. Phyllis, 54 Baugh, Robert H., 54, 221, 324, 397 Bauguess, Robert, 322 Baumann, Bert, 346 Baumgardner, Alice, 447 Baumgartner, Joseph, 410 Baunsgard,Ma l , 372 ry yn Baunsgard, P. E., 46 Baur, Patricia, 132, 374 Baur, Robert, 415 Bausano, Eileen, 369 Bigger, Barbara D., 54, Baxter, John C., 54, 419 Baxter, Joyce Ann, 54 Bayer, George, 320 Bayerd, Frank Gates, 54, 416 Baylis, M. Penelope, 54, 337, 444 Baylis, Jr., Willis E., 54, 324 Bayliss, George, 390, 404 Bayliss, James W., 54 Bayley, Robert, 396 Baiygor, Beverly A., 54, Bgiih, Helen M., 54, Beach, Richard, 396 Beach, Robert, 422 Beall, Gildon, 123, 306, Badham, Colin-, 338 Baidgaun, Bette, 132, Baer, Donald, 405, 428 Baer, Dwane, 323 Bagelow, Eileen, 386 Bahr, Edward J., 53,327 Bailey, Lt. Comdr. C. 1 A., 44 Bailey, Cecil, 314 Bailey, Dorothy, 371 Bailey, Janice, 133, 302, 336, 378 Bailey, Joseph H., 53, 396 Bailey, Pat, 435 Bailey, Ruthe, 378 Baigsey, Wallace L., 53, Baillie, Jerry, 146, 282, 305, 307, 399 Basglaie, Richard, 161, Baily, Nathylie, 386 Bair, Bill 403 Bair, Bill, So., 403 Bair, Jane, 369 Barnecut, Ray, 416 Barneich, Edward G., 53. 396 Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barney, Barney, James, 324 O., 43 Richard, 225 Patricia, 225 Virginia, 347 Barnett, Barbara A., 53 Ba.rnett, Bernard, 417 Baiiargett, Clarence, 338, Barnhart, Beverly, 311, 436 Baroh, Dave, 394 l as Morgen, 394 Baro 4 , Barr, Eric L., 17 Barr, John, 213, 214 Barr, Neal, 404 Barr, Robert, 286, 304, , , , S Roger, 396 Barrett, Anella, 440 305, Barr, 405 Beam, Richard, 393 Bean, Alice, 123, 131, 135, 302, 316, 376 Bean, Evelyn, 382 Bean, Monte, 418 Bean, Warren, 408 Bean, Willard, 424 Beard, June W., 54, 222, 370 Beard, Thomas, 400 Beardsley, James, 401 Beardsley, l'Vallace R., 54, 342, 406 Bearsley, Betty, 289, 330, 348, 349 Beason, Robert, 324 Beatly, Hazel, 441 Beattie, Willard D., 54, 324, 449 Beatty, Bob, 403 Beatty, Hazel, 432 Beaulieu, Raymond,438 Beavers, Robert, 314 Belagley, Virginia, 432, 4 Bechtolt, Edward, 24 Bechtol, Charles, 301 Baird, Donald, 407 Baird, Jean H., 53,371 Baird, Jim, 306,396 Baird, Joan, 375 Baird, Muriel, 333 Baird Roger 393 Baird: wnnarn, 449 Beck Betty J., 54, 374 Baisler, Perry, 337 Bagigs, William J., 53, 4 Bakeman, Charles, 420 Baker, Barbara, 311 Baker, Bruce, 418 Baglggr, Carver L., 53, Baker, Prof. Claude R., 35 Baker, David, 404 Baker, Forrest, 328, 426 Baker, Glen, 448 Baker, Gordon, 438 Baker, George, 145, 415 Barrett, Barbara, 370 Birgiiett, Betty, 324, 325, Barrett, Dorothy, 373 Barrett, Jane, 324 Ba.rrett, John, 285, 448 Barret, June, 325, 381 Barrett, Lilian J., 53 Barrett, Marguerite A., 53, 346, 383 Barrett, Patricia Jean, 232192, 224, 337, 364, Barron, Mark, 183, 415 Barry, Betty, 350 Barry, Donald, 422 Barry, Jo Ann I., 53,222 Barry, Victor H., 53, 332, 423 Bartch, George 164, 338, 388, 403 Barth, G. Dean, 53, 305, 408 Barth, Perry, 277, 395 Barthell, W. Burr, 398 Beck, Dave, 15 Beck, Earl, 225 Beck, Gloria, 444 Beck, Lawrence D., 54, 346, 391, 411 Beck, Rolf, 324 , Theodore R., 54, , 221, 319, 325 Beck, William, 314, 323 Becker, Betty A., 54, 350, 355 Becker, Gloria, 371 Becker, Jerry, 417 Becker, Margaret L., 54, 350 Becker, Mary Belle, 122, 203, 309, 377 Becker, Prof. R. Frederick, 33, 35 Becket, George, 415 Beck 219 Wghig Dfrsxglggd 4.5 pw I-I-3'U?gjw P23503 Vgfii V33-4 Mow? 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E., 21 Beloit, Ellen, 376 Belote, James H., 54 Belote, Vifilliam M.. 54 Belz, Lloyd H., 54, 323, 438 Bemis, Mary, 288 Bemis, Suzanne, 381 Benbow, Robert, 214 Bender, Nathaniel, 397 Bender, Williani, 404 Be-ndshadler, Patricia M., 54, 294, 380 Benedict, YVi1liarn, 202, 306. 337, 404 Bgiggdiot, Thelma, 216, Benefell, Jr., Leonard H., 54 Benell, Margret, 386 Beneniste, R. M., 43 Beziiape, Margaret, 215, 7 Bengtson, Carl M., 54, 154, 321 Bengston, Clarence, 422 Bengston, Kermit, 319 Benjamin, Jeanne, 370 Benjamin, Marilyn, 373 Benner, Helen, 377 Bennett, Bill, 283 Bennett, Donna June, 330, 444 Bennett, Tvill, 418 Benoit, Neville, 120, 325, 438 Benson Arthur F., 54, 404 Benson Evelyn, 322, 331 Benson, Robert, 405 Benson, Virginia, 121, 219, 222, 334, 373 Benson W. R., 31.9 Benthin, Bernard C., 55, M3, 308 Bently, Anne, 120, 31.6, 336 Benton, Doreen, 322, 331 Bentson, Betty Lee, 344, 442 Berdan, Francis, 345 Berentson, Duane, 281, 240, 304, 320, 407 Berliner, Zyndell, 214, 215 Berman, Alvin, 314 Bggman, Mrs. Elsie, 9 Bernard, John, 401 Bernard, Mary, 447 Bernhard, Robert, 337 Berray, Betty Jo, 55 Berry, Eileen, 128, 129, 130, 302, 369 Berry, Glenn, 414 Berry, Willia.m E., 55 Bertolin, Vvilliarn, 342 Bertram, John, 323 Belsisse-rman, Marian, Bessor, Mary Lou, 165, 379 Best, Don, 348 Best, James, 448 Best, William, 400 Beta Alpha Psi, 327 B-3226 Gamma Sigma, Beta Theta Pi, 397 BiJEJCgOIH6, James, 321, Betsill, James, 399 Bettner, Roberta, 372 Betty, Doris M., 55, 345 Betz, Barbara, 330 Betz. Betty J.. 55, 219, 222, 330 Bevan, Jack, 423 Bevens, YVi1lard. 448 Beyer, Raymond, 221, 325 Bezer, Anthony, 327, 346 Bianco, Phyllis,120, 377 Bianco, Robert, 425 Bibb, Robert, 404 Biokford, Dale, 413 Biddle, B'rooks, 55, 230, 232 236, 240, 287, 368, 408 Biddle, Elgin M., 55 Biehl, Carol A., 55, 368 Bielka, Robert P., 55 Bierlein, Theodore,219, 319, 422 Bigford, Jack, 323 Bigley, Dorothy Bocox, 55, 370 Bigley, Robert, 406. 306 Bignold, Bruce, 401 Bildsoe, Mogens, 407 Billette, Dean, 314 Billings, Kenneth, 284, 400 Bilodeau, Jenntte, 350, 355, 376 Bingham, Quimby, 405 Bingham, YVilliam, 393 Birchfield, Richard, 145. 393 Bird, Edward, 359 Bird, G. Robert, 55, 250, 268, 304, 320, 397 Bird, Lois, 375 419 Berg, Ann, 345 Berg, Berg, B erg, Berg, 41 8 B erg, Berge, Bei-ge Berge B erge 3 93 Carl W., 55 Ed, 361 Fred, 438 Hugo, 179, 305, Richard, 412 Gudmund, 407 , Quentin, 412 , Sabra, 215, 217 , Vlfillialn, 306, Berger, Florence, 382 Berger, Stanley G., 55 Berges, Arlene, 446 Beirgh, Martha, 222 334 Bergholz, YVarren, 214 Berglund, Bruce, 398 Berglund, Roger, 213, 21,5 Berglund, Wfesley, 448 Bergman, Jack, 418 Bergman, Kathryn, 333 Bergman, Morris, 423 Bird, Prof. 1Vin, 117, 337 Birdlebough, Harold, 393 Birulin, Solomon, 343 B'ishir, Peggy S., 55, 340, 369 Bishop, Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Biskie, 214, Grant, 243, 308 ,Dan, 345 , Jane, 380 ,Rona1d, 324 , Ted, 342 Robert, 213. 327 Bisson, Ruby Rae, 55 Bittman, Herb, 418 Bjork Amy, 214. 225, 444 Bjork, Elvin, 400 Black, David. 401 Black, Donald, 214, 215 Blackburn, Barbara, Blakgly, Everett E., 55, Blakenbaker, Douglas, 336 Blakeway, Robert YV., 55 Blakney. Philip, 322 Blaine Hall. 442, 443 Blair, James, 395 Blanc, Marie L., 55, 199, 356, 384 Blanchard. Vifheaton, 396 Blanchard. Russell, 400 Blanchard, Van, 428 Blanoher, Robert, 304 307. 308, 407 Blank, Violet, 344 Blatz, Carl, 346 Blaustein, Bernard, 417 Bleakney, Thomas, 144, 3 9 9 Bleck, Dorothy E., 55, 444 Bleck, Robert, 275, 399 Blecken. Robert. 409 Bledsoe. Tkfilliam, 221 Blessing, William, 406 Blethen, Frances, 369 Bliss, Dawn, 328 Bliss, Jeannette, 222 Bliss, Mary Jane, 337, 366 Block, John, 419 Blois, Anita L., 315. 385 Blom, Wari'en, 425 Blomdahl, George, 209, 0 345, 36 1 Bloomer, Lois E., 56. 350 Blucher, Ralph, 342 Blue, VVilliam, 395 Blue, YVilliarn, 398 Bluechel, June, 293, 345, 446 Blume. John. 407 B1ume,N21UCY. 133- 369 Blume, VVi1li21l'1'1,407 Blumenthal, Joe, 427 Blumkin, Edwin, 214 Blyckert, YVarner. 344 Blystad, Dorothy, 375 Bocek, Donald, 410 B'ocek, Robert, 56. 324 Bocher, Audrey. 311 Bocher, Jean. 311 Bckwoldt, Gloria, 310 Bockwoldt, VValt, 403 Boddington, Rowney, 434, 438 Bode, Norma. 56. 310 Bodeen, Mary, 56 Boe, John, 342 B6ehr,Irvan,345 Boelter, Edwin. 325 Bogan, Richard, 324 Bogard, Vir3'i11i2-, 334 Bogue, Philip, 56, 220, 269 304, 301327, 329.391, 399 Bohl, Anita N., 56, 343 Bohon, Barbara, 56 Bolan, John, 321, 395 Bolding, Richard, 56. 361, 416 Bolger, Jean. 131. 133. 346. 371 Bolkan, Freeman, 338, -1 '- . 96 Bo1les, Dorothea, 215 Bollman, Jacqueline, 369 Bolstad, Dorothy, 336 Bolton, Darrold, 324 Bolton, F. Josephine, 56 Bolton, Raymond, 322, 335 Bond, Beverly, 316 Bond, Burdette, 399 Bond, Margaret, 346 Bondy, Joan, 373 Boner, Galdys. 292, 315 Bonfield, Betty, 435 Bonham. Bruce, 241 Bonlie, Joyce, 289, 324, 325, 371 Bonnell, Paul, 56. 397 B0nnel1,TVilliam L, Jr., 56, 332, 391, 423 Bonner, Robert, 56, 324, 397 Bonney, Oren, 392 Bonnicksen, LeRoy, Blake, Buell, 401 Bergoust, 55, 379 Bergquist, Ken, 418 Bergsagel, Clara, 55, 311 Mary Lou, Bergstrom, Donald, 404 Bergstrom, Lorraine, 350 291, 315, 444 Blackhall, Malcolm, 422 Blackmore, Patty, 134, 138, 374 Blager. Morton, 336, 343 Blake, James, 423 Blake, Carl, 325 213, 215 Boone Beverly, 366 Boone Carolyn, 333 Boone, Kathleen, 333 Boone, Rosaleen, Booth, Floyd, 407 Boothe, Paul, 426 Boothroyd, Jean, 348 Boroligrevink, Phillip, 56, 326, 416 Boren, Samuel, 413 Boren, Philip, 413 Boreson, Stanley, 397 Borgstedt, Marian, 410 Borland, Robert, 403 Borman, John, 323 Berman, Lois, 133,383 Bo5rgJugh, Kenneth L., Boroughs, Robert, 428 Bosak, Emmett. 278, 279, 406 Boson. Anne, 447 Boss, June. 56. 222 Bostick, 1Va1ly, 270, 271 Boswell, Ruth, 340, 369 Bothwell, Janet, 377 Bouck, Marilyn, 380 Bouillon, Richard, 401 Bouillon. Victor, 416 Bouldin, Bettye, 379 Boulton, Eleanor, 386 Bourgaze, Vfilliain, 424 Bourne, Barbara, 118, 120, 122, 130 Bourns, Lorraine, 440 BOUUN1, 1Villiam, 337, 427 B'oqXge'e, Betty, 56, 218, Bovee. Grace. 297, 333 Bowden, Allen, 56, 396 Bower. Donna, 135, 328, 371, 379 Bowerman, Charles, Prof., 119 Bowerman, John, 56, 398 Bowers, Donna., 119 Bowers, John, 214 Bowers. Sarah, 355 Bowes, Marjorie, 328 Bowles, Donald, 326, 329. 404 Bowman, Betty Jean, 316, 372 Bowman, Lindabel, 56, 372 Box, Gary, 393 Box, Merton, 392 Boyce, Donald. 56 Bogyie, Eileen, 56, 322, Boyd, Neil, 279, 397 Boye, Jirn, 403 Boyer, Dorothy, 136, 316. 379 Boylan, Bernard, 3338 Boylan, 'YYilliam, 428 Boyle, James, 56, 391, 422 Boyle, Marcia, 288, 315, 376 Boynton, Clielsa. 370 Brace, Jane, 302, 375 Brackett, Bill, 418 Bradbury, Doris, 333 Brqiapdjish, Richard, 414, ' L Bradley, Don, 410 Bradley, Eleanor, 345 13r?.l1rle3f, Flora May, . ' 0 Steve, 2 72 Bradley, Bradshaw, Clayton, 323 Bradshaw, Kay, 311 Bradshaw. YVillard, 424 Brady, Joan, 136, 185, 373 Branian, James, 213, 215. 324 Brambach, Robert, 408 Branch, Bill, 345 Brand, Edith, 355, 356, 446 Brand, Edmund, 323 Brandenburg, Richard, 407 Brandt, Arthur, 427 Brandt, Harry, 214, 215. 217 Brannen, Sue, 383 Branson, Nettie, 333 Branstrom, John, 422 Brashem, Martin, 427 Brashem, Merrill, 427 Bratcres, Mildred, 222, 334 Billylou, 367 Brattebo, Br5agiei', Prof. John C., .1 Braver. Wfilliam, 314 Bray, Edward, 416 Braymer, James, 401 Brayton, Jean, 336 Braxton, Robert, 338 Brazeau, Phil, 403 Brazel, Shirley E., 56, 432, 446 Brazier, Donald, 415 Brazier, YVilliam, 408 Brearley, Betty, 376 Breat, Robert, 417 452 Breokner, Norman, 214 Bredvik, Martin, 56 Bree, Joan, 378 Breed, Mary, 442 Breen, Sarann. 383 Brehm,Elle1'1. 377 Brfigenbach, A. J., 308, Brown, Artis. 138, 165, Breitenberg, Donald, 397 Brernner, Margaret, 385 Brenen-ian, Lawrence, 322 Brengan, Nancy, 345, 347 Brengan, Tom, 345 Brennan Alice Jean, 371 Brennan Thomas, 393 Brenner, Bill, 279 Brenner, Earl R., 56, 410 B'renner, Louis, 323 Brenton, TVill, Jr.. 403 Breslich Sandra, 346 Breslin, laichie G., 56 Bressler, Mary Jane B., 56 Brett, Robert E., 56,, 403 Brett, Stanley, 323, 404 B'retz, Bretz, Betty, 376 Levon, 406 Brevik,Al,18, 123,124 301 Brewer, Donald G., 56 Brewer, Philip. 183, 263, 265, 305, 397 B1'6gyStEF, Betty, 138, ., , Bnewster, Marjorie, 369 Bricker, Carolyn. 372 Bricker, James, 393 Bricker, Kay. 192, 316 Bridge, Dolores, 382 Bridgeman, Barbara, 369 Bridges, Al, 416 Brien, Frederick, 401 Briggs, Bill, 120, 191, 320, 416 Briggs, Jiin, 403 Brindley, Ralph, 332 Brink., Bertha, 132, 365, 369 Brink Daniel, 403 Brink, David, 409 Brink, James. 270,408 Brink, Katherine. 369 Brink, Ruth, 300, 369 Brinnar, Bob, 276 367 Brown, Barbara, 384 Brown, Billings, 219, 221, 325 Brgvgn, Carin S., 56, . 7 Brown, Charles, 243, 308. 320, 4082 Brown, Charles K., 56, 223 Brogvgn. Chester, 285, Brown, Clyde, 326 Brown, Dean, 423 Brown, Delores, 155, 340, 434, 435 Brown, Edward, 284 Brown, Edward, 400 Brown, Edward, 402 Brown, Edward, 429 Brown Edwin, 397 Brown, Eleanor, 444 Brown, Elizabeth, 350 Brown Harold, 393 Brown Helen, 345 Brown Hugh, 405 Brown Jack, 214 Brown Jacqueline, 441 Brown James H., 221, 225 Brown James S., 221, 425 Brown Joan, 328, 386 Brown Kenneth, 322 Brown Lloyd, 400 Brown Margaret, 311 Brown, Mary Ann, 376 Brown, Nanette, 378 Brown, Paul, 323 Brown Paul F., 56 Brown R. G.. 43 Brown, Ralph, 405 Brown Ramon, 413, 429 Brown, Richard, 283, 285, 407 Brown Richard, 429 Brown Robert, 215, 225 Brown, Robert, 276, 425 Brown, Stephen, 301 Brown, Stuart C., 56, 396 Brown Viola, 330, 333, 355 Brown, Vivian, 200, 356 Brown, YVarren, 329, 410 Brown YVesley W., 56, zie, 220, 326 Brown, 1Villard, 421 Brinnar, John, 276 Brinsfield, 7Villiam, 423 Brissenden, Robert TV., 56 Bristol, Donald R., 43, 216 Bristol, Richard, 426 Bristol, 1Vallace, 215 Britt, Jane, 377 Britten, John, 215, 217 Brittin, Jim. 337 Britton, Beth, 346 Brizee, Richard A., 56, 404 Broad, Betty, 310 Brockman, Betty, 372 Brockinan, Calvin M., 56, 396 Brockman, Elizabeth I 56 Brookinan, Kenneth, 419 Brockman, YVilliam, 423 Brokaw, Betty, 121 Broilin, Ellen, 436 Bronsdon. Miton, 415 Brook, Joan, 293 Brookbank, John, 393 Brookliyser, Carol F., 56. 369 Brooks, Beverly, 137. 330 Brooks, Dick, 319 Brooks, Gloria, 381 Brooks, Harland, 408 Brooks, Joan, 374 Brooks, Marjorie, 223 Brooks, Richard, 225 Thomas C., Brooks, 56, 156. 305, 419 Brom. John, 428 Brosche. Dean, 337 Brose, Ruth, 442 Broswick, Bob, 361 Broughton, Margaret, 215 Broughton, Mary El- len, 440 Browder, Elbert, 415 Brown, Adele, 311, 346, 435 Brown, 'XVi1liam D., 57, 326. 327 Browne, Joan, 377 Browne, Kathlyn, 386 Browne. Paul, 223, 322, 335. 414 Browne, Shirley, T.,57, 440 Browning, B. E., 46 Broyles, 1Vende1l, 116 Bruce, Gail, 230, 241, 304, 320, 406 Bruce, Marilyn, 572113. 122, 138. 303, 311, 316 Bruck, Iringard, 368 Brudevold, Sigmund, 214, 402 Brudie, Irene, 333, 344, 355 Brue, Pauline J.. 57, 218, 372 Bruginan, Mary Jean. 371 Bruhn, Fred, 420 Bruhn, Nanoy. 440 Brumbach, 1Vay116, 232 Brunibaugh, Avabelle. 376 Brunet. Barrie, 213. 214 Brunne1', Harriet. 381 Brusegaard, Tom Jr.. 403 , Bryan, DeEtte, 336, 383 Bryan, Morgan, 420 Bryant, Ben, 225 Bryant, Capt. Jack M., 40, 41 , Buchanan, Donald, 292, 323 Buchanan, Richard. 393 I Buchannan, Bonita, 330 Buck, Dudley, -13, -15. 57 Buck,Harvey, 398 Buck, Parker, 57. 407 Buck, Roselyn. 57, 336 Buck. Samuel, 403 Buckham, James, 225, 319 ookiny farwuml . . . wdthlme BO0K TURE ir As the University grows, so does the Book Store . . . the friendly, familiar part of life on the campus that will continue to serve you as you carve out your career in your home community. And as greater facilities are planned for the Univer- sity-so for the Book Store. The recent expansion program provides 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 flavor of youth. A ir N V Rel Y BO0K STURE Owned and Operated by the Students of the University 4326 University Wray Seattle 5 lVIElrose 3400 453 Carpenter, Vifilliain Carter, Buckingham, James, 219 Buckley, Bob, 258, 261 Buckley, Harold, 223, 322. 345 Buckley, Sidney, 391, 392 Buckner, Fillmore, 223, 417 Budde, Jeanne. 57, 130, 303, 316, 349, 371 Buell, Grace, 349, 440 Buffington, Burton, 449 Bugge, Robert, 405 Bugnon, Paul,404 Buizir, Jerry, 345 Bul1,Har1a11. 348, 438 Bull, Robert, 406 Bullis. Gaylord, 338 Bulock, Margaret, 330, 348 Bulter, Robert S., 57 Bunn, Frances, 215, 217 Bunnett. Donald F., 57 Buras, Muriel, 444 Burchard, Harold, 428 Burd, Prof. Henry A., 117 Burdick, Carl, 419 Burdick. George, 347 Burdick, Shirley, 378 Burdue, Jesse, 392 Burford, Jack, 395 Burg, Maclyn, 158, 398 Burger, Leland, 219 Burgner, Robert, 225 Burke, Doris, 293, 3151 440 Helen. 378 3413, 1' e, Eilirke, Jack, 263, 265. 407 Paul, 57,411 Virginia, 57, 218, 377 Burkett. Edna- 57' 331 305, Burke, Burke. Joan, 441 B l l ard, rum Billie, 119. Burkland, 161, 373 Burkland, Burkland, Burkalnd. A Burmaster, Ruth, 310 Burnett, Hazel, 371 Burnett, Richard, 419 Burnett, Wayne, 420 Burney, John, 262. 263. Martin, 409 stanley, 408 VVarren, 396 320, 397 l Burnham, Geraldlne, 57, 291, 342, 367 Burnley, Maralyn, 302, 371 Burns, Corinne, 444 Burns, Dorothy, 310 Burns, Edward, 408 BUIQIBS, Frank, 57. 323, 3 Irene, 310 Burns, Burns, Robert, 416 Burr, Grant, 401 Burr, Jannette.122. 288, 289, 297, 315 Burrell, Robert, 421 Burriss, John, 57, 176, 183, 403 Burroughs, Horrace. 214, 326, 348 Burroughs, Joyce, 310 Bigrrfmws, Dick, 270, 7 Burrows, KGHYISU1 G., 57, 270, 271, 304, 320, 395 Burrus, Fletcher, 121, 305, 318, 396 Bursett, B'e1-nie. Jr., 403 Burson, Robert, 415 Burtch, Carol, 374 Burton, Barbara, 435 Burton, Jack R.. 57 Burton, Lucille, 57, 350 Burton, Marjorie, 386 Burtt, Dona.ld,401 Burum, H. S., 46 Burzenski, Anthony, 324 Busch, Na.omi,435 Buschmann, Helen, 57, 222, 328, 375 Bush, Peter, 57, 339, 428 Bushkin, Lee, 368 Bigshrnan, Donald O., 7 Bushnell, Thomas. 57, 399 Bligtinduy, Ben. 144, 6 Buswell, Philip, 324 Butler, Barbara, 378 Burger, Robert, 393, Butterfield. Ansel, 314 ButterWorth.F1-ed, 419 Button, Edward, 325 Butts, Jeanne. 444 Buvick, Norman, 245, 280. 305. 320. 424 Buxbaum, Joel, 427 Byers, Barbara., 386 Byington, Anne, 377 Byington, Dolly, 57, 374 Byolo of Adelphi, 314 Byron, Carolyn. 57, 381 Byrd, YVinifrecl. 373 C Cadwell, Robert, 416 Cady, Kathryn, 381 Cady, Prof. George, 217, 223 Cahail, Kenneth, 420 Cahill, Daniel, 397 Cal1il1,Ma.ry. 356, 446 Cahoon, Gene. 419, 429 Cain, Bette, 336, 383 Calderhead. James, 146, 253. 407 Calderhead, YVilliarn F.. 57, 407 Caldwell, Mildred, 355 Calene, John, 214, 305, 390, 418 Calene, Patricia, 383 Caiey. L1Oyd,438 Caley, Virginia, 315, 434, 436 Calhoun, .Tay R., 57,406 Calhoun, Willard, 406 Calkins, Ogaenia, 199, 224 Callaghan, Rose. 322. 440 Callender, Doug12LS, 426 Callender, Stephen, 324 Callero, Monti Don, 313 Calloxv, Gordon M., 43, 51, 81, 114. 117, 216, 304, 303. 323, 415 Callow, Joanne, 444 Callow, Keith. 183. 135, 415 Callow, YVallace, 404 Calvin, Roberta, 347. 436 , Cambridge, Rlchafdi 421 Cameron, Griffith, 339 Cameron, James G., 57 Cameron, Jean. 291 Cameron, Roy, 438 Campbell, Almeda. 333 Campbell, Amelia M., 57 Campbell, Bruce, 399 Campbell, Buster, 272, 273 Campbell, Charlne, 57, 337. 370 Campbell, Donald, 426 Campbell, Douglas, 412 Campbell, Jack, 397 Campbell, James P.,57, 408 Campbell, Joan, 57, 102, 117. 128. 129. 130,137,183. 216, 219. 300, 303, 371 Campbell, John, 215, 216 Campbell, Lee, 304. 399 Campbell, Lloyd, 220 Campbell, Phillip, 412 Campbell, Richard B., 58, 261. 259, 318. 409 Campbell, Ron, 418 Campbel, Sheia, 435 Campen, Kenneth, 216 Campion, Joan, 381 Campus Reigious Council, 349 Canary, Myrtle, 347 Cannon, Boyce D., 58, 221. 418 Canterbury Club, 342 Cantrell, Donna, 447 Canup, Marjorie, 442 Capeloto. Rosalyn, 343 Caplan, Thelma, 343 Cables, Barbara, 11.9. 151, 334, 367 Caples, Bill, 416 Carbis,.Tol1n,l57 Carden, Ronald, 413 Ca4r5lcle, Douglas, 284, Carey, .Toyce.l 386 Carlander, Laurence. 253, 415 Carlaw. Robert, 220 Carlberg, Edward F., 58, 323 Carle, Barbara, 356 Carleton, Barbara J., 58, 336, 384 Carleton. Robert. 407 Carlile, Frances, 310, 440 Carlo, Gloria, 366 Carlock, 327 Clay R., 58, Caorilgen, F. June, 58, Calrlsen, Norman, 208 Carlson, Angrim, 448 Carlson, C. J.. 225 Carlson, Donald E., 58 Doretta., 373 Carlson, Carlson, Dorothy, 367 Carlson, 348 Earl, 58, 314, Carlson, Eleanor. 131, 133, 147, 302. 367 Carlson, Eric, 214 Carlson, Eugene, 411 Carlson, Howard, 323 Carlson, J. L., 437 Carlson, James, 322. 335 Carlson, John, 402, 438 Lucile, 219 Carlson, Carlson, Maurice, 393 Carlson, Roy, 279 Sigrid L., 58, Carlson, 121, 432, 440 Carlson, Wes, 320, 345 Carlyon, YVillia.m I-I., 58, 286, 408 Carmichael, Irene, 316, 349, 372 Czlrmody, Barbara J., 58, 350 Carmocly, .Tohn J., 58 Carnovale, Norm, 255, 320 Carpenter, Clifford TV., 58 Carpenter, Edward. 405 Carpenter, Fred, 338 , Carpenter, Jackie, 1611, 377 Carpenter, Margaret J., 58, 367 Carpenter, William, 186, 403 Robert 58,121.1-15, 209. 398 Carr, Betty L.. 58, 350 Carr, Douglas A., 58, 426 Carr, E. J., 313 Carr, Jean M.. 58, 293, 364, 381 Carr, Myron L., 58, 332 Carr, XVilliam. 438 Carras, Nick, 419 Carrell, Johm, 323 Carrithers. Susanne, 342 Carroll, Dawson V., 23, 58. 426 Carroll, John, 214 Carskaclen, Bill, 283 Carson, TVayne, 410 Carsten, Philip, 404 Carter, Douglas, 225 Carter, Capt. Hamlet R., 40 Carter, Harold. 424 Carter, John, 422, 433 Carter, Louis,411 Carter, Mary. 366 Carter, Maxwell, 410 Carter, Norma.. 370 Carter, Sue, 366 TVesley R., 43, 58, 191, 221, 403 Cartun, Dolores, 382 Carver. Katherine, -142 Cascade Hall. 449 Case, Clarence A., 518 Case, Evelyn Ann, 38, 78.155, 157, 183, 214, 300, 303. 334, 340, 364 Cash,Ash1ey, 191, 324, 40.3 Cash, Klu, 387 Cass, Elaine, 333 Cassady, Nancy, 442 Casserd, Marvin, 427 Cassidy, Lee, 342 Cassill, Harvey, 116, 117, 301 Cassill, James, 241, 407 Cassill, Scott, 407 Castlen, Alice, 120, 127, 302, 380 Catterson, Donald, 325 Cawley, Guy. 438 Cava, Gloria, 58, 134, 183. 300, 334, 442 Cavan, Marilyn L., 58, 3 64, 386 Cavaiiauglm, Wfilliam, 424 Cave, Hobart, 393 Cave, Tyler, 145 454 Cavers, John A.. 58, 346, 411 Cavin, Alice. 119, 378 Cavin, Ann, 378 Caywood, Alice Jean, 58, 350 Cecchi, Janet, 311 Cech, Frank P., 58, 406 Cenis, Marylu, 372 Cenis, Thomas, 421 Cereghino, Charles, 424 Chance, Richard, 323 Chadwick, Phyllis, 322 Chaffee. Harry J., 58, 405 Chamber. Velma, 218 Chamberlain, Martin N., 16 Chamberlain, Robert, 426 Chambers, Bryce, 58 Chambers, C. C., 413 Chambers, Phyllis J., 58 Chan, -VV3.I'1'6I'1. 214, 318 Chandler, Barbara, 310 Chandler, Joyce, 386 Chandler. Wfilliarn, 397 Chaney, Norman. 408 Chang, Mabel Jade, 58, 216. 303 Chang, Richard, 221, 324 Chantry, Laurent M. F., 59 Chapman, Nellie. 355 Chapman, Prof. TVil- bert M., 21 Cl1apman,Wi1lia1n. 400 Chappell, Tlfilliam F., 59, 323, 397 Carbonnier, Peter. 344 Charles, Barbara, 136, 161. 373 Chavoulias. Desmond, 277, 320, 408 Charpijas, Gus. 286 Chase, Charles E., 59, 418 Cha.se,Ja1nes, 120, 140, 164. 305, 306. 411 Chase, Wfilliam, 425 Chelenden, Dolores, 342. 444 Cheney, George. 214 Cheney, YVilliam, 400 Cheng, Henry, 345 Cheng, Rose Chiayin, 59 Cherberg, Johnny, 229 Cherlkow. Geets, 441 Chervenak, Robert. 402 Chesko, Cecelia, 336 Chester, Bette. 381 Chi Omega, 373 Chi Phi, 398 Chi Psi, 399 Chin, Tom, 215, 323 Chinn, Bertha G., 59, 223, 322 Chisholm, YVillia,rn D., 59. 325 Chittenden, John, 225, 325, 336 Chittenden, Ted, 423 Cligginanda, Chalerm. Chorlton, James F., 59, 408 Chorlton, K, 109, 268. 284.285, 320, 408 Chose, Patrick, 428 Churchill, Gerald, 416 Churchill, J. E., 43 Churchill, Marcia., 367 Cicrich. Joseph, 346 Claggett, Gail, 183, 363, 384 Clgrlg, Alice C., 59, 346, 7 Clark, Bill, 165, 403 Clark Bob 405 Clark, Dick. 41 8 Cole, Kenneth, 164, 415 Cole, Mary, 442 Cole, Ralph, 348 Cole Ray 342 coiej Waifa, 59, 304,404 Coleman, Ann E., 59, 381 Coleman, Clarence J., 15 Coleman, Sid, 427 Coles, Alan, 145, 412 Coles, I-I arold, 408 Coles, Michael, 59, 320 Coles, William, 408 Collias, Eugene, 336 Clirglf, Donald E., 59, Clark, Don R., 59, 326, 437 Clark, Dorothy. 381 Clark, Earl, 314 Clark, Elsie, 311 Clark Emmy, 374 Clark, Gerald, 438 Clark, Helene, 328 Cleiglg, Joanne, 134, 302, Clark, John, 214, 326, 338. 401 Clark, Kathryn, 215, 216 Clark, Leonard, 402 Clark, Lyle M., 59, 262, 263, 264, 301. 304, 408 Clark Marjorie, 336 Clark, Mary E.. 59, 377 Clark, Myra, 223 Clark, Pamela, 186, 375 Clark, Robert W. K.. 59, 395 Clark, Susan, 435 Clgtgg, Verla R., 59, 350, Clarke. Barbara, 123, 291, 316, 377 Clarke, Beverly, 123, 224, 337, 377 Clarke, Jean. 345, 356, 440 Clarke, R. G., 120 Clarke, Richard, 407 Clarke, Robert, 412 Clarke, Stuart, 306, 415 Clarke Tom. 336 Clark son. Vernon, 313 Claus. Darlene, 447 Coilliis, Kathleen, 336 Coins, Bill, 146 Collins, Carolyn, 375 Collins, Gordon, 59,221 Collins, Jack, 146 Collins, Vifarren, 60, 318, 428 Collis, Helen. 446 Colony, Kenne, 335 Colouzis. Georgia, Colson, Betsy, 347 Colson, Elizabeth, Colvin, Louis, 419 447 444 Colwell, Patricia, 333 Combs, Joe, 418 Comick, Thomas, 60, 346 Commet, Myrna., 325 Comnass and Chart, 46 Condon. Dean Herbert T.. 17 Cone, Cleary. 320 Cone, Margaret, 440 Conley, Sara Jeanne, 60, 372 Conley, Phillip, 313 Conley, W'il1ia.m. 429 Conley. Vlfilliam, 406 Connelly, Beverly, 377 Conner, Conner, 374 Conner, Conner, Conner, 397 Charles, 405 Dorothy, 60, John E., 60 Nadine. 205 Robert E., 60, Chose, Sally, 132, 365, 383 Christensen, Bonnie. 379 Christensen, Clarice, 374 Christensen, Don, 410 Christensen. Frank 402 Christensen, John, 322, 424 Cliristenseii. Margret, 3. 3 Chrisetnsen, Theodore, 322, 335 Christenson, Douglas, 323 Christenson, Kenneth, 324 Christian, Byron, 301 Christian, Gordon. 428 Christian Science Or- ganization. 341 Christiansen, Edward 412 Christiansen. Beverly Ann, 328 Christiansen, Shirley, 376 Christy, Theodore, 400 Chrobuck, Mary, 322, 444 Church, Prof. P, E., 21 Cla-us, John, 214, 324 Clausen, 'Wendell, 217 Clauson, V. C.. 225 Cliglfsen, Allan, 329, Clawson, Mary Ann. 138, 377 Cleasby, Gilbert, 43, 59, 143.146, 215. 216, 217, 223. 322, 399 Cleaver, Carolyn, 374 Clgegrgent, Frances, 59, Clement, Lucia, 442 Cleveland, Mary Jo. 109, 378 Cleverly, Yvonne, 186, 369 Cigngrd, Douglas, 215, Clifford, Raymond, 397 Clinkenbearcl. David, 43, 305, 306, 403 Clise, Sylvia, 294, 388 Clffzgt, Joe, 278, 279, Close, Douglas. 438 Cloud, Ridgeway. 59 Clougl1,Elizabeth. 350 Clough, Phyllis, 59 Cloyd, David, 59 Clyncli, Jack, 418 Coates, Jack, 306 Coatney. Chuck, 279 Cobb, Marguerite, 350 Cobb, Ylfilliam, 406 Cobley, Patricia. 131. 133. 316, 375 Cobley, Raymond, 404 Cockburn. John, 145, 147, 403 Cockburn, Lynn, 395 Cochran, Carl, 407 Cochran, Claire, 367 Cochran, Rev, David R., 342 Cochran, Richard, 416 Cochrane, Wfallace, 411 Codd, John, 59, 419 Codling, Donald, 428 Coey, YVi1lia.m, 223 Coffey, Robert, 414 Coger, Naomi, 444 Coghlan, Jean, 333 Cogsliall, Phillip, 400 Conner, YVilliam. 419 Connolly. Donald, 410 Conrad, 434 Conrad. Conrad, Conrow, Constan Constan Ernest M. 16, Madiyn. 372 Hal, 1191. 405 TValter, 396 t, Mary. 348 tino, Frank, 269, 304 Convers e. Virginia, 311. 348. 381 Conway Cook, , YVilliam. 332 Barbara, 335, 386 Cook, Charles E., 60, 406 Cook, Clay, 313 Cook, Cornelia. 345, 447 Cook Dick, 418 Cook, Earl, 225 Cook, Edmund.214 Cook. Gordon, 146,399 Cook, Jim, 306, 418 Cook, Marshall, 325 Cook, Maxine, 371 Cook. Robert. 323, 422 Cook, TVillia.m. 393 Cooley, Dorothy, 348 Coon Anne, 378 coonj Keny, 423 Cooper, Barbara. 440 Cooper, Frank, 146. 425 Cooper, Jack, 449 Cooper, Janis, 60. 121, 364. 384 Cooper.Josebl1. 60, 448 Cooper, Randall, 60. 416 Cooper, Robert L., 60, 214 Coo1Jer,YVilliam, 405 Coop, Carrie Ann, 383 Capps, Bill, 191, 323, 403 Corbally. Eugene, 60, 326, 418 Corbally, Jol1n,.117 Corbett, Don, 403 Corbett,Dorotl1v, 60 Corbett, John, 60. 191, 403 Corbitt. Shirey, 60, 371 Cordell, Mrs. Pauline, 60. 214, 225. 337 Corden. Malcolm, 41S Cordiner, Jean, 3 87 Cohn, Gerald, 427 Colm, John, 427 Cohn, Rhoda. Mae, 343 Cohn, Sarale, 214, 225 Cohn, Sidney, 417 Coile, Art, 147 Colbert, George, 403 Cole, Alice, 2 92 Coring, Ted, 426 Corlett, James, 419 Cornelius, Berta, 37.2 Cornell, Richard. 322 Corner, Keith, 448 Cornett. Al, 284, 400 To your 7-utuze: The merchants of the University District have enjoyed serving you during your . University yea-rs . . . that your future may be rich in fulfillment is their sincere Wish for you now. Knowing that they will continues to serve many of you throughout the years to come, is indeed a pleasure. ir 300 STCRES 62 SERVICES Sponsored for the District by the University Commercial Club 455 Dearin Cornett, Guineveve, 447 Cornick, Robert, 438 Corning, Theodore. 60. 338 Cornu, Polly, 60, 378 Corsa. Gertrude. 447 Cort, Don, 306. 1109 Coryell, Don. 277, 286, 397 Cosbey, Earl, 410 Cosgrove. Paul. 406 Costello, Fred. 405 Costello. Patricia, 60, 279. 381 Costello, Thomas, 60, 416 Costie. Robert. 335 Hott, Robert. 434 Cotter. Robert, 324, 397 Cottrell, Mrs. Edyth, 219 Couch, Leo. 60, 393 Coughlin, Dan, 43, 122, 404 Coulon, TVilliam, 346 Coultas, TValter. 397 C0ul5e1',Wil1iam, 60, 33 428 Courtney. Donald. Courton. Charles. 336 Courtway, Ray, 60 Covington, James, 46, 323. 396 Cowan, Carol, 203, 309. 374 Cowan, Robert T., 60. 395 Cowell. Alice. 122, 302, 316. 372 Cowell. Elizabeth, 60, 213. 214, 346 Cowell, Pat, 374 Cowger, Jack, 392 Cowley, Barbara, 60, 383 Cox, Donald. 424 Cox, Geraldine, 5:73 COX, Herschel 60, 407 Fox. James. 60 C056 Joyce Rechling, COX. Kennedy, 60 Cox, Lynn, 60. 415 Fox, Robert. 337 Cox. Shirley, 60 Coyle, Catherine. 37:1 Coyle. Joan. 371 Crgaig, Shirley, 60, 337, Craegs, Fred, 60, 339, 412 Craig, Marilyn. 372 Draig. Robert.41s Crail. Ted. 213. 214 Cramer. William. 409 Crane. Helene, 60, 364, 369 Prater. Shirlee. 379 Craven. Howard, 414 Crgggford, Barbara, Crawford, Betty, 60, 311 Crawford, Craig, 60 Crawford, Jean, 311, 336. 447 Crawford, Newton, 428 Ffrawford. Terrell. 405 Cressev, Charles, 60 Creveling, Joseph, 60, 407 Crews, Bill, 275 Crimin. Duane, 396 C1'immin,Wilbu1'. 213, 214 Crisler. Buel, 409 Critchfield, Howard, 214. 225 Crites, Arlene, 444 Crites, Norene, 444 Written. Katherine. 337 Critjtqenden, Charles, Crittenden, Katherine, 372 Crittenden, lVi1liam, 393 Croasdill, XValter. 342, 410 Crocker, Alfred, 392 Crohn, Jerome, 427 Cromhie, Allen, 422 Cronyn. Foster. 60 Crook, Jean, 291 Crosby, Carol, 61, 131, 134, 183, 300, 303, 5575 Crosby. Coburn, 408 Crosetti, Albert, 61 Crosetti, Victor, 448 Crosetto, John, 323 Crosetto, Nancy, 215 Croshaw, Cherene, 328, 376 Cross, Prof. Harry, 117, 217 - Cross, Ruth, 225 Crggsgs, Theodore, 215, Crossfield, A. Scott, 221 Crosswaite, H. V., 43 Crosta. George. 338, 412 Crothers, Phyllis, 214 Crouch, Doris, 379 Crouch, Mary, 380 Crouch, Robin. 61 Crowley, Rosanne, 373 Crowback, Mary, 296 Crowe. James. 336, 345 Cruiksliank, Raymon 313 Cruver, Charles, 409 Culbertson. Alfred, 449 Cubertson, Tom, 282, 410 Culliton, Rfilliam, 401 Culp, Calvin, 214 Culp, Gordon, 120, 202, 305, 306, 396 Cummins, Carla, 133, 291, 302, 373 Cummins, Hal, 342, 433, 448 Cummins, Kathryn, 293. 334 Cummins, Patrick, 215 Cummings, Robert, 342. 399 Cummings, Russell, 399 Cummings, YVilliani, 399 Cundari, Michael, 322 Cunningham. David, 419 Cunningham, Louis, 323 I Ctinningliam.YViH1Hl'0, 395 Currie, Robert, 61, 324 Curry, John, 322 Curtis, Andrew, 406 Custer. Lois, 61, 311, 340 Cuthill, James. 326. 327 Cutter, Albert. 223 Cutts, Rollin, 314 Cyr, Charles, 409 D Dabney, I-Iarrill, 223 Dagg, Robert, 406 Dahl, Jacqueline, 373 Dahl, John, 61 H Dahl, Monica, 214, 225, 316, 317, 384 Dahlberg, Louise, 379 Dahlquist, Norma, 379 Dahmen, Virginia, 369 Daigler. Cliff, 426 Dailey, VValter, 401. Dalby, Dave, 262, 263, '64 Dale, Barbara, 218 Dale, Beverly, 218 Dallas, Marshall, 232, 233, 236, 239, 240, 320 Daily, Clifford, 414 V Dalrymple, George, 322 Daly, Helen, 350 Daly, Jack, 400 Daly, John, 346 Daly, Teresita, 385 Damascus, James, 322 D'Ame'lio, Major George L., 40 Damon, Don, 410 Dance, Maurice E., 61 Danidois, Helen, 381 Dane-ll, Paul, 425 Daniel, Jack, 225, 319 Daniels, Donald, 449 Daniels, Hilda, 218, 225 Daniels, Jack, 219 Daniels, Nancy, 369 Danielson, Cliff, 151, 339, 402 Danielson. June, 370, 444 Daniloff, Mitchell, 214, 336 Danner, Barbara, 333, 355 Danner, Shirley, 61, 374 Daque, Lyle, 322 Dark, Marjorie, 372 Darnell, Jr., John M., 61, 407 Darnton, Charles P., 61 Dart, Nancy, 374 Darton, Charles, 397 Darvill, Fred, 213, 214 Dasch, Richard M., 61 Dash, Wallace, 407 Dassow, John, 214 Daulph, Arthur, 407 Daulph, James, 407 DaVanzo, John, 223 Davenny, Richard D., 61, 348 Davenny, Lowene. 330, 348 David. David. 323 Davidge, Robert, 426 Davids. Jean. 336, 436 Davidson, Catherine, 291, 385 Davidson, Edna, 350 Davidson, George, 392 Davidson, Richard, 406 Davie, Patricia Jean, 61, 372 Davies, Carlotta, 442 Davies, Dorothy, 374 Louise, 446 Davies, Davies, Tad, 107, 121, 145, 305, 393 Davis, Brantley, 413 Davis, Bruce, 306, 413 Davis Charles, 306, 416 Davis, Clark, 191, 403 Davis, Cliff, 269, 424 Davis, Donald, 409 Davis, Dorothy, 119, 215, 217 Davis, Evan, 278, 279, 407 Davis, Gerald, 163, 210 Davis, Janice, 213, 214 Davis, Katherine, 446 Davis, Lillian, 371. Davis, Maile, 329 Davis, Margaret, 378 Davis Marguerite L., 61,1,55,340,446 Davis, Marianne, 8, 9, 186, 380 Davis, Marjorie, 374 Davis, Mary Anne, 165 Davis, Muriel. 333 Davis, Patty, 191, 328, 380 Davis, Phil, 425 Davis, Poudo, 420 Davis, Robert, 219. 225 Davis, Ruth, 132, 368 Davis, Xliilina Ann, 372 Dawe, Ernest, 419 Dawson, Clayton, 213, 214 Day, Beverly A., 61, 379 Day, Bob C., 61,, 395 Day, Daniel, 401 Day, Jr., Edwin J., 61, 428 Day, John, 283, 407 Day, Shirley, 104, 176, 380 Dayton, Douglas, 336 Deacon, Ralph, 322, 335 Dean, Earl, 216 Dean, Frederick, 412 Dean, Gordon, 393 Dean, Ken, 348 Dean, Orlan, -106 Dean, Sidney, 11, 111, 173, 227, 299, 361, 393 Ina, 442 Deaver, lliilds P., 61, 424 DeBolt, Hubert, 425 Debusk, Betty G., 61 DeChenne, Anne-tta,337 Decker, Dolores, 208, 291, 376 Decker, Kenneth XV., 61, 323, 399 Deery, Gerald, 412 DEGarmo, Mardette, 71 Degginger, Arthur, 427 Degginger, Charles, 427 Degler, Hugh, 43, 404 DeHan, Roy, 403 Dehman, Pat, 325 Deisher, Jack, 403 DeJong, Henry, 323 Dgkkert, Ronald, 215, 17 DeLaVerne, Bob, 279 Delong, Everett, 396 DeLong, Norma L., 61, 191, 203, 309, 380 Delta Chi, 400 Delta Delta Delta, 374 Delta Kappa Epsilon, 401 Delta Phi Mu, 328 Delta Sigma Phi, 402 Delta Tau Delta, 403 Delta Upsilon, 404 Delta Zeta, 376 Dernent, Darlene, 310 Deming, Wiilliam, 401 Dempsey, Allen, 323 Dempsey, Helen, 375 Dempsey, Jack, 314 Denker, Arthur, 213, 214, 223 Denman, Mary Lee, 367 Denman, Richard, 395 Dennet, YV. O., 43 Denney, YVilliam O., 61 Denning, Edward, 407 456 Dennis, Dorothy A., 61, 375 Dennis, Horton, 324 Dennis, Molly, 302, 375 Dennison, Henry, 43, 120, 323, 437 Dennison, Robert, 400 Dennon, P. Sumner, 61,, 396 Denny, Grace, 222 Denny, Yifilliain, 420, 449 Densmore, Prof. Harvey B., 21, 434 Denson, Jr., Eley, 216, 425 Denton, Eric, 61, 101, 117, 438 Denzer, Norma, 373 DePoule, Ronald, 422 Depue, Jean, 219, 348 Derby, Patricia, 366 Dermody, Eileen, 350 Deseret Club, 328 DeSte. Croix, Benson T., 61 Detering, Herman, 213, 21.5 Dethman, Herman, 323 Dethman, Ivan, 61, 332 Deutsch, Allan, 427 Devereaux, Ylfarren, 322 Devin, Kean, 416 DeVoe, Albert, 423 Devoe, Don, 348 D8Xr1'l6S, Mary Aid, 291 Dewey, YV. C., 46 Dewey, YV. D., 46 Dexter, Helen, 288, 289, 315, 367 Diamond, Paul, 322 Dick, Ewart, 409 Dick, Roland, 46, 416 Dickerman, YVilliam, 415 Dickey, Stanley, 392 Dickey, Xliilliam, 213, 214, 397 Dickinson, Mary Lou, 198, 199. 356 Dickinson, Ruby, 213, 214, 346, 446 Dickson, Elizabeth, 371 Dickson, James F., 61, 366, 416 Dickson, Martin, 61.336 Dickson, Olive, 292, 315. 436 Diddams, Roland P., 61, 220 Diehl, David, 221 Diehl, Elmer, 345 Dierck, XVallace, 426 Diers, Paul, 213, 21.4, 216, 326, 327 Dietz, Martin J., 61 Dillard, Richard A., 62 Dille, Prof. James M., 33, 35 Diller, Murray YV., 62, 323, 400 Dills, Mary, 215 Diltz, Edward E., 62, 428 Dimmer. John, 422 Dines, Glen, 159, 418 Dingle, Richard, 214 Dings, Robert, 273, 419 DiRe', Edith, 62 Dirlam, Janice, 350 Disotell, Donald, 395 Ditty, Darrel E., 62 Dixon, David, 245, 305, 320, 395, 424 Dobbs, Ann, 316, 375 Dobson, Jacqueline A., 50, 62, 134, 303, 379 Dodds, Roberta, 225 Dodge, Bud, 348 Dodge, Donald, 398 Dodge, Raymond, 424 Doherty, John, 151, 415 Doherty, Matt, 403 Doherty, Rose Marie, 346 Dohlen, Ardelle, 21.4, 215, 217 Dohoney, Charles, 415 Doll, Robert, 276, 393 Dolsen, Robert, 327 Don-ahoe, Yvilliam, 424 Dolnglldson, John, 393, Donelson, Richard, 221 Donley, Gloria M., 62 Donlon, Major James D., 40 Donnell, John, 336 Donner, John D., 62 Donovan, John, 220 Dooley, Carol, 447 Doole-y, Roberta, 440 Dootson, Robert B,, 62, 416 Dootson, Tom, 416 Doran, Jack S., 62 Doran, James, 404 Dore, James, 215, 418 Dorfner, Donald, 412 Dorr, George, 406 Dorway, Patricia, 62 Dorway, Roberta, 350 Dorwin, Patricia, 440 Dotson, Ben, 392 Dotson, Leonard L., 62, 406 Dotson, Vern er, 434 Doty, Margaret, 384 Doubt, Norrnadell, 442 Dougherty, Jean L., 62, 120 291, 347 385 Douglas: Alice, 334 Douglas, David, 393 Douglas, Donald, 320, 397 Douglas George, 407 Douglasi Keith, 416 Douglas, Patrick, 407 Stuart G. 62 Douglas, , Doumit, Michael, 424 Doust, Janet, 380 Doust, Laura, 120, 134, 294, 302, 380 Dove, Ralph N., 62,337 Dow, Betty, 222, 225, 302, 316, 375 Dow, Dean, 416 Dow, James, 422 Dow, Janet E., 62, 378 Dowd, Janet L,, 3, 4, 5, 6,62, 90,162,1S3,191, 294, 300, 303, 380 Doljwke, Edna, 330, 348, 49 Dowling, 223 Dowling, Thomas, 399 Downer, John, 449 Downey, Leah, 187 Downie, Bill, 348 Downie, MargaretAnn 62, 356, 371 Downing, Leonard, 324 Downs, Nancy, 373 Dowzard, Blodwin, 185, 378 Doyle, Jean, 373 Doyle, Philip, 214 Dracolby, Calvin, 437 Dragseth, Gordon, 221 Drake, Howard, 425 Draper, Edgar M., 17, 274, 275, 408 Draper, Frank, 401 Dreblow, Robert L., 62 Dreis, Millie, 370 Dress, Don, 433, 448 Drew, Donald, 401 Drew, John, 395 Dreyer, Edwin H., 62 Drietzler, Marilyn, 373 Driver, Agnes May, 373 Droniick, JoAnn, 374 Drovetto, Dick, 410 Drumheller, Joseph, 15 Drumhelle-r, Virginia, James, 214, 1 191, 380 Druse, Bud, 419 Druxrnan, Ruth, 62, 368 Drynan, Katherine, 62 DuBois, Dewey, 449 DuBois, Robert, 215 Duhson, Lillian, 62, 343 Dubson Sam 394 Ducat, Maurice, 343 Duce, YVesley, 328 Ducharme, Virginia, 447 Duckering, Florence, 345 Duclos, Aloysiud, 346 Duclek, Frederick, 279, 419 . Dudley, Hawley, 412 Dudley, John, 392 Duell, Gwendolyn, 214, 442 Duff, Paul H., 62 Duff, Vi rginia, 347 Duffell, Leia, 350 Dugan, Mary Pat, 133, 136 Duggan, Lloyd, 338 Dugger, Nancy M., 62 Duggins, Glenn'D., 62, 375 Duggins, I-Ierbert, 229 Dun, Henry, 345 Dunaway, Bill, 272, 273 Dunaway, Robert, 323 Duncan, Vifilliam, 62, 422 Dundas, lvlarjorie, 324, 442 Dung, Dorothy, 336 Dunham, Forrest, 164, 329, 403 Dunker, Arthur, 219 Dunlap, Harry, 219 Dunlap, Ray, 413 Dunlop, Harry A., 62, 221, 225,319,410 Dunlop, Henry, 325 Dunn, John, 213, 214 Dutnning, Earl, 214, 326, 14 Dunnington, Dick, 18, 144, 191, 304 Dunstan, Helen, 214 Duppenthaler, Dallas, 63 DuPuis, Janet, 222, 367 DuPuy, Suzanne B., 63, 377 Duque-t, Emery, 215 Durand, Harlan, 63, 221, 225 Durgan, James, 400 , Durham, Marvin, 416 Durkani, Martin J., 63, 396 Durnan, Vlfilliam, 419 Durst, Norma, 328 Durst, Stanley, 398 DuSault, Joan, 367 Dwight, Don, 422 Dwyer, Rosalie, 366 Dwyer, Bill, 416 Dye, Dave, 345 Dye, Delores, 384 Dye, Elizabeth, 311, 440 Dye, Lt. Comdr. Ira, 44 Digg, Donna, 134, 365, Dyer, James C., 63,214 Dyer, Robert, 438 Dysart, Benjamin, 419 Dysart, Dixie, 104, 131, 138, 302, 373 Dysart, John, 422 Eadeni, Eleanor, 384 Eader, Ron, 306, 321, 393 Eagle, Richard, 314 Earles, Mary, 384 Earnest, John, 216 Earsley, Gene, 418 Eason, Joice, 135, 367 East, Edwin, 412 Easterbrook, YVilliam, 306, 401 Eastman, Prof. Austin F., 27 Eastman, Prof. Fred- erick S., 33 Eastman, Robert M., 63 Eastman, Robert, 213, 214 Eathorne, Les, 254, 255, 304, 320 Eaton, Gilbert, 419 Eaton, Kingsley, 425 Ebelein, James, 428 Eberhart, De-e, 213, 214 Eberharter, Jane, 384 Eberharter, Richard, 221, 259, 261, 399 Ebgling, Mary Jane, 63, ' 77 Ebright, Alice, 442 Echtenkamp, Vvalter, 410 Eck, Harold, 221 Eckas, Shirley, 371 Eglgberg, Patricia, 63, 7 Eckberg, Richard, 406 Eckerson, John, 438 Eckert, Alice, 336 Eckert, Beverly, 186, 325, 386 Eckhaus, Betty Lou, 382 Eckle-s, Jewell, 379 Ecklund, Janine, 365. 378 Ecgkrnann, James, 251, 97 Eckmann, Robert, 249, 320, 397 Economic and Buiness Council, 329 Eden, Phil, 261 Eder, Phil, 343, 427 Edgar, June, 367 Edgars, Bart, 144 Edge, Patsy, 446 Edgers, Kenneth, 216, 409 Edgren, Roger, 322, 416 Edington, Jeanne, 373 Edie, Betty, 442 Edlund, Donald, 399 Edminster, Robert, 338 Edmondson, Me-rwin P., 63 Edmondstone, Mary- onda, 311 Edmonson, Max, 422 Edmundson, I-Iec, 262, 263 Edstam, Eugene, 63, 339 Edwards, Prof. Allen, 117 Edwards, Edward W., 421, 429 TWO CAMPUS TRADITIONS CHIMES TOWER . . . housing twelve bells which herald the start of classes in the morning . . . peal the hour of lunch . . . toll the end of the school day . . . call the faithful to worship on Sunday. 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University Branch NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE of Seattle 0 Founded 1889 EAST 45th STREET at BROOKLYN AVENUE Four Other Handy Seattle 'Offices and Friendly Branches at Aberdeen - Bellingham - Bremerton - Brewster - Camas - Centralia - Coulee City Edmonds - Ellensburg - Elma - llwaco - Kennewick - La Conner - Longview - Montesano Olympia - Vancouver - Wapato - Waterville - Wenatchee - Yakima - Zilloh .Member Federal Deposit I nxurance Corporation 457 Eells, Charles, 408 Eerkes, Jerry, 404 Eernisse, James D., 63, 345, 449 Egan, Thomas, 399 Egger, Gwen, 372 Egtvet, Percy, 262, 263, 301 Ehrig, Jack, 396 Eichelberger, J eau, 302 Eichwald, Edward, 395 Ein-ig, G. R., 314 Eile-rtsen, Dick, 305, 413 Eilertsen, William, 304, 391 Eisenlohr, Kermit, 320, 404 Eisinga, Blanche, 369 Ejde, Karen, 133, 147. 365, 367 Ekins, Richard, 392, 429 Elder, Harry R., 63 Elder, Kenneth, 345 Elder, Raymond, 147, 410 Eldred, Mary Jean, 215 Eldridge, M211'i1YH, 375 Elgert, Oscar, 325 Eliason, Herbert, 438 Elicker, Charles, 403 Elle-rbeck, Edward, 215 Ellexson, Stan, 121 Ellingson, Echo. 310 Ellington, Roberta, 333 Elliot, Marjorie, 371 Elliott, Betty June, 134, 171, 173, 375 Elliott, Jane, 374 Elliott, Margaret J., 63 Elliott, Nancy, 374 Elliott, Robert, 323 E Betty Mae, 386 llis, Ellis, John, 305, 403 Ellis, Kent, 449 Ellis, Margaret, 442 Ellis, Ned, 348 Ellison, Herbert, 143, 399 Ellison, Shirley, 444 Ellison, Vifilliam, 399 Elmer, Glenn, 215 Elmgren, Elaine, 345, 442 Eloranta, Owen, 443 Ely, Roy, 313 Elzey, James, 393 Emanuel, Carl F., 63 Emanuels, Donald, 121, 428 Ernanuels, Gail, 381 Emerson, Lucille, 440 Emerson, Nancy, 436 Emerson, Russel, 41 Emerson, Van, 422 Emery, Co1'2L1Y119, 310, 328 Emory, Prof. C. D., 27, 44 Emrick, Bette Jean, 224, 337, 374 Endahl, Charles, 43, 63, 344 Endelman, Bernice, 368 Endresen, Thomas, 395 Endress, Elaine, 372 Eng, Lincoln, 342 nge, Janet, 442 ngebretson, George I-I., 63, 339 Engebretson, Harold, 215, 221 Enger, Otto, 145. 146, 305, 393 Engle, Prof. Nathanael H., 25, 217 Engle, Patricia, 131, 136, 302, 371 Englert, John, 408 English, Jane, 214, 225," E E 378 I English, Jeanne Smith, 63 English, Richard L., 63 Englund, Roy, 214 Enright, Kathleen, 444 Eppuik, Henrietta, 355 Epstein, Claire, 368 Epstein, Morris, 394 Erford, Armidda, 330 Erford, Ester, 119 Erholm, Joanne, 375 Erickson, Bettie, 367 Erickson, Charlotte A., 63, 350 Erickson , Claire, 350 Erickson, Edith, 446 Erickson, James, 216, 418 Erickson, Jean. 346 Erickson, Jim, 429 Joy, 225 Erickson, Erickson, Ralph, 335 Erickson, Raymond Everett, 63, 322 Ergizgon, Donald A., 63, Erikson, Gosta, 301, 357 Erikson, Jay, 219, 221 Ervin, Gerald, 438 Erwin, Eugene, 313, 336 Erzen, Paul E., 63, 406 Esfeld, Don, 427 Eskenazi, John, 423 Esgqegdal, Birge-r, 215, Espetveit, Arlene, 381 Estep, Donald, 396 Estling, Marilyn-, 446 Etsel, George, 389, 424 Etter, Bill B., 63 Etzkorn, Bernard, 324 Eubank, Eileen, 138, 165, 302, 367 Eul, Vifilliarn, 323 Evanoff, Lawrence G., 63, 216, 339 Evans, Prof. Charles A., 33 Evans, Clifford, 392 Evans, Daniel J., 64, 324 Evans, Donald, 335 Evans, Eleanor, 24 Evans, Evelyn, 444 Evans, Garrison, 428 Evans, George, 219 Evans, James, 416 Evans, John, 413 Evans, Marjory, 444 Evans, Mary Ann, 371 Evans, Peggy, 120, 137, 191, 380 Evans, Philip, 438 Evans, Robert, 225, 319 Evans, Shirley, 373 Evans, Thomas, 225 Evans, Vlfallace, 324 Evanson, Joan, 367 Evanson, Nedra, 214, 225, 347 Everest, Prof. Harold P., 21, 117, 119 Everest, Dick, 121 Exliglieaiit, Marshall, Every, Arthur H., 64, 215, 219, 221, 319, 325 vjen, Robert, 322, 404 wart, Dick, 409 Ewing,Ba1'ba1'a, 333 Exley, Robert, 428 Ergliejxf, Roberta C., 64, E E F Faber, James, 322 Fager, Vfayne, 344 Fahrer, Frances, 219 Failing',R0be1't, 312, 31-l Faille, Richard, 346 Fairbrook, Glen, 327 Fairchild, Duane, 412 Fzkgfhild, NancyAnne, Fairless, Dixie, 310 Fairless, Roberta, 3T0 Fairley, Betty, 336 Falknor, Dean Judson, 29 Fant, Ralph, 428 Fairber, Keith M., 64, 16 Farmer, Marye M,, 64 F82I5T5'1G'1', Robert L., 64, Farquharson, Prof, F, Burt, 27 Farr, Bob, 279, 397 Farr, Trixie, 374 Farra, Jef, 397 Farrell, I-Ielena, 322 Farrell, Jerry, 418 Farris, Edsel S., 64 Farwell, Margaret, 15, 137, 183 Farwell, William, 183 Fassett, Lee, 64 Faubert, Edward, 225 Faulconer, Zoe, 366 Faulkner, Jon, 155 Federman, Harold, 394 Feek, Irja Knute, 64 Feeney, Jack B., 64, 332 Feeney, Tom, 416 Fei, Edward, 338 Fei, John, 338 Feinberg, Alice, 382 Feliiling, Patricia, 293, Feldman, Edward L., 64, 327 Feller, Dorthea, 350 Feller, Robert, 420 Felt, Alyce' Rae, 374 Felton, Virginia, 219, 355 Felver, Loren, 314 Felver, Perry, 314 Fenn, Clyde, 324 Fennema, Carl, 239, 263, 304, 320, 407 Fenton, David, 64, 221, 392 Fenton, Lowell, 413 Ferber, Roth, 313 Ferguson, Alan, 319 Ferguson, Dr. F. F., 223 Feirguson, Prof. Grace, 1 Ferguson, Kenneth, 313 Feziggusonl, Myron, 215, 1 Ferguson, Vern, 318, 410 Fernald, Dr. R. L., 223 Fernyhough, Margaret, 138, 330 Fernyhough, Stanley, 306, 404 Feter, Earl R., 121, 263, 320, 323, 346,437 Fetter, George, 346, 437 Fetty. John, 421 Fey, David H., 64, 339 Fiedler, Ernie, 348 Field, Barbara, 366 Fielding, Robert, 412 Findlay, Blanche, 447 Findley, Howard, 418 Fine, Eleanor R. Jam- Dole, 64, 350 Finger, Elizabeth, 374 Finke, Bruce, 324 Finke, Mary, 345 Stanley, 427 Finke, Finlay, Robert L., 64 Finley. Ted, 416 Finn, Dorcas, 214, 330, 348 Finn, Pauline, 225 Finnegan, Jose-ph, 396 Finney, George, 404 Finney, Ruth, 291, 375 Finnick, Lee, 422 Finnigan, Janice, 316, 346, 379 Finrow, Douglas, 324, 393 Finson, Lillian, 442 Fir Tree, 301 Fischer, Elaine, 370 Fischer, Prof. Louis, 37, 223 Fischerova, Marianne, 447 Fish, Jim, 403 Fish. John, 406 Fishback, Herbert, 424 Fishback, Lorraine, 378 Fisher, Allen, 272, 389, 423 Fischer, Ann, 369 4 Catherine, G4 Fisher, Fisher, Dick, 403 Fisher, Donna, 386 Fisher, Erwin, 327 Fisher, Frederick, 393 Fisher, Gordon, 345 Fisher, James, 220 Fisher, Sol, 214 Fisk, James, 400 Fite, Ralph, 424 Fithian, Janet,161,3T7 Fithian, Robert, 213, 214, 393 Fitterer, Mary Lou, 330 Fix, Bill, 306,313 Flaclseth, Donald, 402 Flahaut, Martha, 225 Flaherty, Vivian, 444 Flgtfnders, Phyllis L., 64, 7 Fleck, Donald, 305,419 Fleetwood, Alvin H., 64, 422 Fleetwood, Kathryn J., 64, 297, 337, 359, 374 Fleischer, Maida, 64, 311 Fleming, Ken, 345 Fleming, Pete, 345 Fleming, Ruth, 336, 447 Flemming, Jeanne, 371 Fletcher, Kenneth, 404 Fletcher, Robert, 283, 407 Fletcher, Robert H., 64 Fleury, Dale, 183 Fleury, Jack, 183 Flickinger, Richard C., 64 Flieder, Mary Lou, 64, 384 Flint, Paul, 345 Flint, Shirley, 366 Flint, Victor, 214 Flory, James, 336, 438 Floud, M. Lee, 355 Flower, John A., 64, 409 Flower, Lorraine, 130, 288, 289, 292, 315 Flower, Margaret, 214 Floyd, Myrtle, 219 Flynn, Donald, 216 Fobes, Keifer, 415 Fobes, Virginia, 374 Fogle, John L., 64,420 Foglgig, Pauline, 203, 309, Follrnan, Harry A., 64 458 Follrich, Jay C., 64, 260, 261, 320 Fonken, Louise, 288 Fontaine, Walter, 64 Football, 228 Foote, Hope L., 123 Foote, Raymond F., 64 Forbes, Charles, 422 Ford, Margaret, 444 Foreid, Theodore, 344 Forestry Club, 332 Forland, William E., 64 Fornili, Tina, 444 Forsgren, Robert, 21.5 Forsluncl, Vernon, 322 Forsmark, Carol M., 64, 376 Forssell, Carl, 419 Forsyth, Barbara, 64, 374 Fo1't,Betty, 346 Foskett, Mary, 441 Foss, Oliver, 323 Foss, Rene N., 64, 221, 225 oss, Robert, 404 Oster, Aileen, 64, 222, 303, 364, 376 Foster, Chuck, 233 Foster, Douglas, 41.5 Foster, Drummond, 322 Foster, Forrest D., 64, 223, 438 Foster, James, 320, 416 Foster, Marian, 442 Foster, Phyllis, 444 Foster, Virginia, 432, 442 Fotheringham, Yvilliarn, 426 Foto, Frank M., 64, 332, F F 437 Fournier, Abigail A., 64, 222, 367 Fowler, Robert, 64, 405 Fox, Claire, 64 Fox, James. 405 Fox, Priscilla D., 64, 94, 120, 130, 303, 386 Fox, Raymond, 324 Fox, TValter, 65, 214 Fraas, Robert, 402 Frakes, Roy A., 65 France, Lorraine C., 65. 372 Francescatti, Zino, 205 Francis, Frank, 215, 225 Franck, Richard N., 65, 283, 395 Francke. John YV., 65, 261, 307, 393 Figirgk, Betty Lou, 336, 8 Frank, Carroll, 65, 212, 221, 225 Frank, War1'en, 342 Frank, Zel, 368 Franklancl, Bill, 263. 264 Franklin, Barbara J., 65, 377 Franklin, Imogene, 386 Franklin, TVarren, 399 Fransen, Carolclean, 425 ranz, George, 437 ranz, Loren, 406 Franzel, Dorothy, 65, 372 Fraser, James, 408 Fraser, Janice, 383 Fraser, Virginia, 366 Frazier, Mary Lee, 444 Fredeen, Lois, 345 Frederick, Nayna Lee, 65, 118, 131,134, 303, 384 Frederick, VVesley, 286, 312 F F Fredericks, Robert, 424 Fredrich, Gordon, 410 Freeborg, Ed, 413 Freedman, Norbert, 215, 217 Freedman, Ralph, 213, 214 Freeman, Helene, 382 Freese, Norman E., 65 Freid, Elizabeth, 380 Freigang, Beverly, 346 Freliegh, Edith, 345 Freliegh, Ruth, 345 Fifgzgch, Bob, 283, 407, French, Brad, 121, 433 French, I-larold, 336 French, Larry, 404 French, Nancy, 311, 342 French, Yvilliam, 338 French, Vvilliam B., 65, 323, 404 Fr4e11'gcl1, VVilliarn R., 65, Fretwell, Albert O., 65, 411 Fretwell, Eldon, 411 Friars, John, 306, 403 Friborg, Celia Irene, 65 Fried, Elizabeth A., 65 Friedline, Wallace, 324 Frie-dman, Mickey, 427 Friedman, Paul, 427 Friedman, Stan, 427 Friedrich, Nancy A., 65, 334, 342, 349, 444 Friedrich, Phyllis, 367 Figgndland, Rudolph, 1 Fries, Geraldine, 374 Fries, Joan, 213, 214, 225, 442 Frliiitgche, Dwayne, 286, Fritter, Cmdr. C. T., 44 Fritzner, Nils, 404 F1'OhiiCi1, Hilde, 344 Frost, Vernon, 395 Fillofgtad, Reuben, 322, Frumkin, Perry, 343, 394 Fry, David, 319, 397 Rry, Don, 328 Fry, Edith, 215 Fry, Ruthie, 378 Fryar, Elinor, 348 Frye, George, 401 Frye, Monte, 401 Fuerst, Doris, 345 Fujioka, George, 219, 438 Fulka, William, 396 Fuller, Betty Lou, 372 Ftgher, Dorothy, 215, Fuller, Herbert, 108, 117, 121,161, 396 Fuller, Thomas, 397 Fuller, Victor, 336,438 Fulton, Beverly, 376 Fulton, Jack, 213, 214, 327 Fulton, Mary, 435 Fults, Homer, 65,409 Charles, 419 Funk, Funk, James, 419 Funk, Natalie, 382 Funk, Roy, 269 Fun-li, Wallie, 48, 50, 57, 65,117,127,164,1S7, 301, 304, 305, 339, 419 Fuisinn, Edward W., 65, 276, 346, 396 Furber, George, 399 Furber, James, 399 Furio, Shirley, 379 Furnia, Arthur M., 65, 422 Furno, Orlando, 214 Fury, Austin, 220 Fyfe, Andrew, 323 Fyfe, Mildred E., 65, 187, 386, 414 G Gadd, Arlene, 291, 376 Gaddie, Bill, 418 Gaerisch, YV91'I161', 323 Gage, MfSgt. H. T., 41 Gagliardi, George-, 322, 335, 407 Gailey, Vesta B., 65, 381 Galante, Ray, 394 Gale, Beverly, 333 Galeno, Frederick, 410 Galip, Aysay, 323 Gall, Jean, 315,444 Gallacci, Bill, 49, 109, 165, 438 Gallagher, Nancy Y.. 65, 380 Gallagher, Bob, 241, 305, 409 Gallagher, Rodney, 426 Gallear, Darrell, 438 Galleger, Bob, 307 Galloway, Joyce-, 381 Galloway, MfSgt. R. M., 41 Gamble, Claire L., 65, 336, 378 Gamble, Joseph, 213, 214, 418 Gamble, Lew, 418 Gamma Phi Beta, 377 Gammell, Don, 319 Gzhignnell, Donald M., Gandy, Eugene N., 65, 424 Gangnath, Harold L., 66, 324 Gangnes, Marie, 311 Gano, Margret, 435 Garber, Robert, 417 Gardner, Joan, 371 Gagdner, Margret S., 6 Gardner, Robert, 396 Gardner, Tandy, 419 Gardner, Virginia, 379 Garhart, Nanette, 441 Garin, Andre, 312 Gzgrlgand, Jo, 208, 316, Garlington, Tom, 433 Garrard, Jeanne, 441 Garrett, Don E., 65 Garrett, Eleanor, 135. 137, 165, 386 Garrett, Lola, 337 Garrett, VVayne, 214 Garrison, Earl J., 65 Garrison, Ray, 404 Gagggin, Mary Jane, 65, Gaston, Gloria L., 66, gig, 121, 303, 311, 316, Gaston, Karine, 440 Gaston, William, 415 Gatchell, Marian, 376 Gates, William, 213, 214 Gattavara, Jean, 444 Gaudette, Paul, 424 Gaul, Vonnie Lou, 383 Gay, Betty, 355 Gayton, Sylvia, 330 Gear, Helen, 310 Geisler, Bill, 329 Geisler, Corrnan, 428 Gzfglgatly, Bruce, 284, Gellerrnann, Mildred, 117 Gellerinann, Nancy Lou, 133, 370 Gellermann, Bill, 403 Gellert, George, 323 Gellien, Donald, 393 Gelvin, Betty, 375 Genther, Charles, 424 Gigghegan, Kathleen, George, Carolyn, 367 George, Frances,'291 George, Harry, 223, 335 Geranios, Artie, 369 Gerbel, Judy, 374 Gerber, Tony, 368 Gerdes, Glen, 426 Gergen, Homer, 323 Gerger, Jules, 394 Gergrnan, Kathryn, 344 Gerolcl, Charles, 422 Geiigrlodette, William, Gerson, Jerry, 396 Gerstmann, Hermann, 66, 449 Gerstmann, Paul, 215, 438 Gervais, Elizabeth, 214 Gerwig, Al, 284, 285, 438 Gese, Leo, 424 Gess, Patricia, 379 Getty, Ronald, 407 Getz, Donna, 444 Getz, Donald, 414 Geyer, Angus, 66, 422 Geyer, Francis A., 66, 422 Gholson, Gibson, 415 Ghormley, Willaitd, 322, 411 Gibbard, Donald, 215 Gibbons, Don, 120, 411 Gibbs, Francis A., 66 Gibbs, Gloria, 375 Gibbs, Jackie Jo, 291, 309, 379 Gibbs, Paul, 66, 143, I 187, 304, 418 Gibert, Warren, 19 Giblett, Eloise, 218 Gibson, Betty, 161, 373 Gibson, Burke, 416 Gibson, Charlyn, 133, 147, 302, 316, 378 Gibson, David, 438 Gibson Gae 373 Gibson1Joanne, 384 Gibson, John, 241, 307, 3 Gibson, Patricia, 386 Gidow, Elton, 426 Gilardi, Robert, 419 Gilberg, Jack, 66, 391, 406 Gilbert, Beverly, 366 Gilbert, George, 393 Gilbert, John, 408 Gilbert, Walter, 66, 319, 325 Gilbert, Warren, 119, 408 Gilbert, William, 408 Gilbertson, Merlin, 66, 121, 160, 266, 269. 234, 301, 304, 400 Gilby, Alton, 413 Gilchrist, Dougald, 414 Gilchrist, Walter, 425 Gilkey, Charles, 419 Gilkey, Mark, 419 Gill, Georgia, 348 Gill, John, 313 GREETINGS... CCTHE CAUSE OF LABOR is a great struggle, it is a struggle of ages, agstruggle of the people of labor to throw off some of the burdens which have been heaped upon them, to abolish some of the wrongs which they have too long borne, and to secure some of the rights too long denied." -GOMPERS. WASHINGTON STATE FEDERATIGN GF LABOR E. M. WESTON, President 459 405 Gillelanfl. Bonnie M., 66, 350, 355 Gillen, Jean, 346 Gillen, Lawrence, 323, 346 Gillespie, KVillian1, 327 Gilliam, Janis I., 66, 444 Gillies, Beverly Ann, 442 Gillings, Richard L., 66 Gillise, Lottie, 315, 444 Gillnian, Mary Lou, 386 Gilmore, Duane, 410 Gilroy, Sally, 66, 337, 369 Gingrich, I-Iarold, 393 Giovanelli, Gordon, 308 Giovi, Lawrence, 66, 327, 412 Girdwood, Barbara, 383 Gissberg, Wfilliam, 320, 397 Gitler, Prof. Roberi, 31 Gittelsohn, Marjorie, 368 Gittens, Kathleen, 373 Gittings, Paul, 393 Givens, Janis, 342 Gladfelter, Barbara, 330, 334, 343 Gladsten,Ph1l, 336 Glager, Morton, 394 Glassman, Scot, 345- Gleason, Joseph, 219, 225 Gleed, Dee, 378 Gleecl, Thomas, 415 Gleeson, Patricia, 365, 373 Glein, Bob, 336 Glen, Robert, 281, 407 Gle-nn, Joyce, 311 Glenn, Modean, 330, 348, 349 Glover, Gloria, 133, 373 Goddard, Shirley, 336, 436 Godfrey, Thomas, 221 Goehrs, Ruth, 336 Goeltz, Helen, 386 Goeltz, Sybil A., 66, 386 Goff, Carolyn L., 66, 131, 136, 303, 380 Griligen, James XV., 66, Golburgg, Lawrence, 417 Gold, Bernard, 338 Gold, Jeanette R., 66, 364, 386 Gold, Stanley, 417 Goldberg, Robert, 320, 408 Golden, Delo1'eS, 369 Goldenberg, David, 323 Goldenberg, James, 427 Goldie, Harry, 418 Goldie, John H., 66, 215, 221, 225 Goldman, Alan, 427 Goldstein, Robert, 417 Goleeke, kXYi1ii2l1Tl, 410 Golombeck, Esther E., 66, 382 , Gonyca, Cynthia A., 66, 37f Gongalse, Vfilliam N., 66, 338 Good, Phyllis, 350 Good, XVELITQI1, 410 Goodefnough, Anne, 4414 Goodfellow, Elizabeth, 446 I Goodfellow, Mrs. H., 1J Goodfellow, John, 407 Goodfellow, Patrick L., 66, 407 Goodfellow, RobertYV., 66, 144, 214, 241, 326, 398 Goodman-, Barbara L., 66, 444 Goodman, Edith, 444 Goodman, Virginia, 333 Goodnow, Merrilyn, 374 Carol, 377 Goodrich, Goodrich, Dean Forest J., 37, 223 Goodsell, James, 337 Goodson, Glenn L., 66, 390, 410 Goodspeed, Prof. 21 George Goodwin, Dan, 400 Goodwin, Joan, 375 Goodwin, Lillian, 377 Xvillow, 442 Goodwin, Goon, Gladys, 330 Gout, Al, 267 Gootee, Douglas, 396 Gorder, Betty, 310, 344 Gordon, Bruce, 345 Gordon, Glen, 336 Gordon, Lyle J., 66, 319, 325 Gordon, Richard, 412 Gordon, Robert, 424 Gorin, Henry, 415 Gorin, Joan, 378 Gorlick, Eddie, 394 Gormley, Glen, 416 G'Ol'1T1i6Y,J.L., 66, 327 Gorton, Thomas, 398 G-oss, Lyle, 116 Gossell, Thomas, 405 Gossett, Dev., 231, 286 Gosslee, Norman, 422 Gossman, Hugh, 322 Gouge, Harry, 396 Gould, Gloria, 289, 367 Gowey, Edward, 326 Gozun, Fahrecldin, 398 Gracia, Jackie, 310 Grader, George, 407 Grader, Glen, 422 Graessner, Joanne, 373 Graff, Frederic, 415 Gragig, Mitchael, 121, 405 Graham, Berle A,, 66, 283, 408 Graham, Byron, 402 Graham, Dianne, 386 Graham, Dolores, 379 Graham, Evan, 399 Graham, Floyd A., 66, 449 Graham, George E., 67, 399 Graham, James, 407 Graham, Mary Eliz- abeth, 215, 217 Graham, Phyllis, 367 Graham, YN'illiam 67 Gramm, Earl, 410 Granat, Frank, 400 Graudey, Patricia, 444 Grandstaff, Harold, 424 Gregory, Harold, 398 Gxgegory, Mary Lou, 71. Greive, Robert, 346 Grey, Rex, 420 Grider, Ruth E., 67, 376 Grief, Molly, 377 Grieff, Gladys Y., 67, 382 Grieff, Marvin, 427 Arthur, 407 DeYVitt, 428 Dorothy, 369 Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Gerald, 324 Griffin, James, 407 Griffin, 346, 377 Y Griffin, MfSgt, N, I-I,, 41 Katherine, 136, Griffin, Patricia, 346 Griffith, Robert E., 67 Griffith. Robert F., 67 Grim, Keith, 161, 305, 399 Grimes, Nancy, 310 Grimsby, Frank, 213, 215, 221 Grimsby, F. Norman, 67, 219, 325 Grindelancl, Joyce H., 67, 436 Grinich, Victor, 217 Grinnell, King, 396 Griswold, John XY., 67 Griswold, James, 67 Grob, Jean, 379 Grobey, Norma, 67, 350, 355 Groce, Irwin, 345 Grodvig, Ardele L., 67 Groger, Harry, 395 Hagan, Pat, 306 Hagan, Robert. 346 Hage, George, 68 Hage, Yifilliam, G8 Hagen, Ann, 215, 217, 377 Hagen, Dick, 231, 240, I-Izigflly, Lyman, 219, 0 Handstad, Gertrude, 333 Hangartne-r, Croft, 415 Hanks, Clair, 319 Hanks, George, 438 Hanlon, Joan, 379 281286, 287,304,321 408 Hagen, George, 68, 325, 409 Hagen, Jean, 333 Hagen, Jerry, 145, 408 Hagen, Lee, 328 Owen, 412 Raymond, 408 Robert, 348 Hagen, Hagen, Hager, Hagerman, Wlilliam L., 68, 348, 421 Hagg, Alvin, 223. 322, 335 Hagist, Joan, 387, 442 Haglund, Delores, 386 Hagman, Elaine, 370 Hague, Felicia M., 68, 356, 376 Haguewoocl, I-I. J., 43 Hahn, Alvin, 345 Hahn, Helen, 350 Haiglmt, James, 415 Hail, Alice, 133,165, 380 Haines, Charles XV 68, 428 Halasey, John, 313 Halbert, Alfred, 338 Hale, Charles J., 68 Hale, Jack, 68, 422 Haley, Leo, 418 Halgren, Pete-r, 214, 215 1-laliburton, George M 68, 215, 332 -v -1 Hanna, Beverly, 310 Hanot, William, 323, 409 Hansen, Allan, 397 Hansen, Arnold, 411 Hansen, Chris, 196 Hansen, Don, 253, 307 Hansen, Doris Mae, 336, 446 Hansen, Edward, 438 Hansen, Ethel, 350 Hansen, Fred A., 68 Hansen, Hans, 314 Hansen, Jack N., 68, 399 Hansen, Jean B., 68 Hansen, John, 284, 323 Hansen, Kathleen B., 68, 223, Hansen, 392 322, 331 Loren, 348, I-Izlgsen, Mike, 160, 287, 8 Hansen, Neil K., 68, 408 Hansen, Ray, 448 Hansen, Reid, 418 Hansen, WVilbur, 405 Hansen, Valdemar, 428 Hanset, Lt. Comdr. 1-1. E., 44, 46 Hansler, Richard, 438 Hansler, Don, 438 Granquist, Richard, 400 Granstrom, YVi1lia1n, 399, 410 Grant, Gordon, 428 Grant, Helen, 367 Grant, Howard, 429 Grant, Howard, 404 Grant, James C., 67, 146 202, 415 , Gran t , John G., 67, 416 Grant, Marilee, 367 Grant, Norma, 440 Grant, Priscilla, 67 Grant, Richard, 449 Grant, YVilliam, 413 Grant-Pankey, Katharine, 215, 217 Grashin, George, 417 Grass, Richard, 215, 221, 397 Gratzer, Louis, 225 Gravenslunfl, Yifilma, 440 Graves, Dale, 384 Graves, John. 313, 426 Graves, Nancy, 200, 356 Graves, Stan, 176, 304, 305, 416 Gray, Bob, 342 Gray, Gray, Gray, F1orence,355 Gilbert, 434, 438 Harold, 415 Gray, Jean, 444 Gray, Nancy, 378 Graylock Hall, 448 Greaves, Fred, 418 Greef, He-len, 218, 225 Green, Amy, 333 Grien, Barbara, 328, ' 7 Green, Carol, 225, 440 Green, F. Charlotte, 67, 373 Green, Clark, 393 Green, Dale M., 67 Green, Doris, 376 Green, Xvalt, 279 Greenbaurn, Delphine, 342, 442 Greenbaum, Norm, 427 Greenlblat, Art, 394 Greenblat, Philip I., 67 Greene, Dick, 183, 275, 408 Greene. Gordon K., 67 Greene, James, 225 Greene, Joe, 274, 275, 408 Greene, Kalmon, 417 Greene, Larry, 122, 306, 419 Grondal, Prof. Bror L,, 28 Gronfein, Howard, 426, 429 Grose, Barbara A., 67 Grose, Lucius T., 67 Gross, Alvin, 413 Gross, Bill, 413 Gross, George, 214 Gross, Nona, 384 Gross, Stephen, 323 Gross, YVarin, 413 Grossman, Hugh, 66 Grosso, Anne, 346 Grothaus, Gerald, 322 Grove, James, 411 Grove, Janet, 371 Grove, Perry, 422 Grove, Thomas H., 67, 208 Grover, Carol, 291, 384 Grover, Joan, 328 Grover, John, 337 Hall, DeVere, 323 I-Tall, Frances, 378 Hall, George, 221, 225, 321, 404 Hall, Janet, 386 Hall, John-, 393 Hall, Lewis J., 68,329 Hall, Miriam, 350 Hall, Patricia, 68, 350 Hall, Paula, 342, 375 Hall, Robert, 395 Hall YVillian'1 411 Haller, Dorothy A., 68, 289, 436 Halleran, John, 407 Hallgren, Robert, 424 Halliwell, Doris Mae, 330 'l7l . , 4 Hallock, George, 391, 420 Hallock, Patricia, 383 Hallock, Peter R., 68, Hansman, Frederick, 215 Hanson, Donald C., 68, 121, 270, 304, 320, 400 Hanson, Franklin, 425 Hanson, Jim, 433, 448 Hanson, John, 400 Nanson, Nancy, 373 Hanson, YYarren, 214, 215, 217 Happy, John, 401 Hara, Amy Y., 68, 310, 347 Harborviexv Hall, 351, 352, 353, 354 Harclesty, XVilliam, 406 Harclgrove, John TV., 68, 4151 Harding, Mary Virginia, 68, 380 Harding, Ufallace M., 68, 329, 404 Hardman, Peggy, 138, Greene, Norman, 316, 317, 349 Greenfield, Harold, 219, 427 Greengard, Joseph, 427 Greenhill, Evelyn, 345 Greenrnan, Audrey, 382 Greenman, YValte-1' J., 67, 314 Greenway, Jim, 360 Greenwood, James, 410 Gxgeegnwood, Merryam, 7 Gigeenwood, Pat, 121, l 1 Grubbe, Edwin, 400 Gube-rlet, Mrs. Muriel, 121 Gudmunclson, Desa, 373 Guenther, Shirley, 67, 375 Guernsey, Lisle, 215 Guetter, Robert, 323 Gunn, JoAnne, 377 Gunter, Shirley, 225 Gurian, Leonard, 68, 417 Gustafson, John R., 68 Gustafson, Ralph, 23 Gustafson, Xvanda, 119, 386 Gusti1o,Augustine, 346 Gustin, Jane, 365, 380 Guthrie, Dean Edwin R., 30 Guthrie, Gene-, 392 Guthrie, Mary Louise, 68, 444 Guthrie, Richard, 398 Gutschmiclt, Evelyn, 328, 440 Gutschmidt, Marlyce, 344, 348 Gutterson, Murry, 417 Gwinn, John, 424 H I-Iaase, Richard, 215, 422 Haberbush, Patricia, 346 Haberman, Sylvia, 444 Habgrrther, Margaret, 44 Hackett, James, 323, 425 Haddad, Anwar, 324 Hadley, Richard, 215, 225 Hadley, Roy, 221 Hag, Mary, 135 Hagaman, Edward, 323 Hagaman, Floyd, 313 I-Iagaman, Edward, 402 Halpern, Jerry, 417 Halsey, Eugene, 424 Halter, Constance R., 68, 137, 303, 340, 368 Halverson, Don, 314 Nf'i2liVOI'S9l1,iX1'l1O1d, 426 Halvorsen, Raymond O., GS, 324 Haniack, Robert, 420 T-Iingel, Rod, 306, 346, Hamilton, Alexander, H 425 Hamilton, Dorothy, 325 Hangilton, Helen, 214, 1'Iii3'iltOl'l, Henrietta, A Hamilton-, Jay, 418 Hamilton, Jim, 151, 339, 399 Hamilton, Kathleen E., 68, 444 Hamilton, Laberta, 310, 322 Hamilton, Mildred, 436 Hamilton, Roger H., V 68, 418 Hami1ton,YVilliam,414 Hamilton, Willna A., 68, 206 I-Izggrginarlund, Edwin, Hammersand, Fred, 411 I-Iainmersburg, Don, 425 Hammersley, Don, 410 Hanan, Sam, 394 Hanauer, Jerry, 427 Hancock, Den, 425 I-Igriigl, Howard, 313, Handa, Constance A., 68, 316 Handeland, June, 151, 330 Handler, Harry, 213, 215, 221 I-Iandlin, Irving, 208 Handlin, Patricia L., 68, 293, 336, 381 460 291, 302, 371 Hardman, Virginia, 215 Hard man, TValter, 263, 307, 427 Harclow, Frances L., 68, 325 Hardt, John, 216, 404 Harelson, Orvis, 287 Hargett, Norma, 374 Harkins, Prof. Henry N., 33 Harlow, Barbara, 366 Harlow, Gerald, 221,323 Harlow, Herb, 230, 233, 237, 238 Harlow, Patricia, 369 Harman, Barbara, 336, 342, 370 Harmon, Lloyd, 409 Harmon, Vfard, 225 Harnish, Alan, 213, 214 Harot. John, 337 Harpell, Don, 269 Harper, Dexter, 323 Harper, Robert N., 68, 406 Harpole, James D., 68, 121, 323, 433, 434, 437 Harrah, Yvilliam F., 68, 243, 308, 320, 419 Harrell, YVilliam, 433 Harrelson, Orvis, 407 Harriers, James, 216, 423 I'Iarrigan, Jerome, 332 Harrington, Barbara, 441 Harrington, Helen, 435 Harrington, Philip, 409 Harris, Barbara J., 68, 387, 444 Harris, Bernard, 314 Harris, Bernice, 225 Harris, 19, 30 R. Brondson, 1 Harris, Frank, 402 Harris, Gwen, 345, 442 Harris, Henry M., 68 Harris, Lois, 310, 334, 344, 432, 442 Harris, Malcolm, 395 Harris, Marian, 330, 369 Harris, Nellie, 442 Harris, Quinton, 214, 328 Harris, Robert, 397 Harris, Robert, 245, 280, 398 I-Iarris, Robert, 400 Harris, Robert, 404 Harris, Thomas, 426 Harrison, Beatrice, 444 Harrison, Don, 283, 408 Harrison, Howard, 323 Hggrison, Nancy, 136, 7 Harrison, Phyllis, 376 Harrison, Prof. Joseph B., 21 I-Izggrison, Robert C., Harrison, Shirley, 135 Hzigshbe-rger, Charles, 7 Hart, Arthur, 213 Hart, Dorothy, 187 H352 Margaret A., 69, Hart, Marjorie E., 69, 440 Hart, Richard, 407 Hart, Shirley, 137, 371 Hartford, Dorothy, 180, 186, 373 Harthun, Calvin, 323, 425 Hartin, John, 396 Hartin-g, Darrel, 215 Hartley, Dave, 147, -110 Hartley, L. J., 412 Hartley, John, 410 Hartman, Shirley, 373 Hartmann, Meralyn, 372 Hartmayer, Elizabeth I-I., 69, 367 Hartmus, Peter, 214 Hartnagel, Anne, 377 Hartvedt, Eleanore L., 69, 350, 355 l-Iartwig, Ann, 376 Harty, Harold, 323 Hartz, Jo, 432, 435 Harvey, Barney, 151, 339 Harvey, James, 398 Harvey, Virginia L., 69, 374 Harvin, Jan, 381 Harvitz, Francine, 382 Harvitz, Larry, 394 Hashiguchi, Nasuo, 69 Haskell, Donna, 133, 291, 365, 375 Haskell, John, 424 Haspert, Arnold F., 69, 322, 346 Hasselo, Ray, 416 Hatch, Larry, 230, 231, 232, 233, 237, 320, 408 Hatch, Prof. Melville H., 21 I-Iatlen, Jack, 344 Hailey, Lowell J., 69 Hauberg, John, 215, 423 Haubner, Marian, 444 Hauge, LeRoy, 415 Haugen, Richard, 404 Haugen, Mary Jean, 384 Hanger, Bonnie R., 69, 377 Haugerud, Albert, 438 Haugland, Melvin, 404 Haugland, Paul, 69, 404 Haugland, Sigfrecl, 404 Haunt, Dorothy R., 69, 311, 347 I-Iause, Jody, 373 Hausmann, Edward, 397 Havens, Jack D., G9 Havlina. Sharane J., 69, 218, 377 Hawes, Bonnie, 369 Hawes, 419 Donald J., 69, Hawes, Edward M., 69, 397 Hawes, Shirlee A., 69, 378 Hawkes, Robert, 401 Hawkins, Eric, 428 Hawkins, Robert, 419 Hawn, We'llios, 69, 409 Hay, Joanne, 446 Hay, John, 428 Hayashi, Susie, 435 Hayden, Dr. Alice, 219 Hayden, Hawley, 338, 345 Hayes, Dick, 285 Hayes, James, 401 Hayes, John, 408 Hayes, Peter, 151, 416 Hay1ette,Ker1nethia V., 69, 325 Hayner, Marjorie, 69, 348, 349 1 aluting ,lim Kaldal, president of next year's Senior Class . . . Majoring in Political Science and Sociology, he is president of Purple Shield and a member of Oval Club. .l im is a veteran and belongs to Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. This portrait of Jim Kaldal was taken by Grady Artist Photographers. Grady Studios Wishes to thank you students for your splendid cooperation this past year, for We have enjoyed photographing you. 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Boesplilug Construction C . 807 Securities Building Seattle 1, Washington Hayner,'VVar1'e-n N., 69, 332, 423 Haynes, Elizabeth, 378 Haynes, Harold W., 69, 213, 327 Haynes, Jack, 396 Haynie, Stanley, 404 Hays, Alice C., 69,356 Hays, Gail B., 69, 322, 335 Hays, Marion, 356 Hays, Richard, 393 Hayter, Vivian-, 116 Hayward, RiCha1'd VV-, 69 Hazeltine, Frederick G., 69, 410 . Head, William, 405 Headman, Martin, 323 Heady, Mickey, 366 Heaney, George, 259, 261, 320 Hearst, Ann, 336 Heath, Dolores, 356 Heath, Norman, 396 Heathcoate, Grant, 395 Heaton, Jack, 408 Heavener, Quinton R., 69 Hebert, Barbara A., 69, 444 Hebert, Edward R., 69 Hebner, Philip, 219, 225 Heckard, John, 324, 449 Hedeen, Richard L., 69, 396 Hedlund, Richard, 422 Hedrich, Dick, 314 Hedwall, Ray, 418 Hefford, Gordon, 287 Heflin, Barbara C., 69, 378 Heflin, Eleanor, 378 Heg, Mary, 371 Heg, Robert, 438 Hegg, Frederick A., 69, 422 Hegranes, Laurence, 338 Heib, Helene, 291 Held, Oswald, 338 Heikel, Juanita, 435 Heiland, W'illiam, 395 Heine, Phillip, 449 Heine, Bob,'319, 325 Heine, Robert D., 70 Heintz, Mary Ellen, 385 Heiser, Geo He-iser, Geraldine M., rge, 409 70, 372 265,396 Heistuman, Francis. X., 70, 418 Hensel, Jane 70, 380 Hensey, Jack, 262, 263, Henton, Charles, 407 Hepler, Bob, 279, 418 Higgins, Alice, Jean, 185. 377 Higgins, Bill, 283, 287, 408 Higgins, Kenneth, 396 Heitman, Joseph, 325 Heitman, J. B., 319 Heitzman, Joanne, 348 Heitzman, Joyce, 348 Heitzman, Robert, 412 Helgeson, George L., 70, 325 Helgeson, Ruth, 435 Hellenthal, Patricia J., 70, 386 Heller, Philip, 313 Helling, Kenneth, 449 Helmann, Jack, 213,214 Helms, Kenneth, 415 Hgl9s7ell, 1Nilliam A., 70, Hepp, Dorothy, 440 Heppenstall, Barbara Ann, 70, 371 Heppenstall, Robert R., 70, 393 - Heritage, Gordon, 400 Herman, Nena, 334 Hermanson, James S., 70, 344 Herrett, Jay, 199 Herrman, Prof. Arthur P., 21 Herrman, Regina, 345, 442 Herrold, George, 323 Hertzler, Robert, 151, Helwig, Dorothy, 348 339, 397 Helwig, Ma1'J0TB'. 372 Herzog, Bill, 192, 261, Hernstad, Alf, 237, 239, 320, 426 ,. 320 ' Hesla, Bud, 433 Henderson, Alan, 185, 305, 416 - Henderson, Dave, 276, 344 Hesla, Marsden E., 70, 438 Hesla, Oliver, 438 Heslin, James, 396 Hilbun, Nanon, 379 Hilbun, Robert, 403 Hilditch, Charles, 404 Hile, Fred, 337 Hilker, Phyllis, 333 Hill, Barbara, 442 Hill, Betty, 225, 302 Hill, Betty Clare, 316, 383 Hill, Don, 306, 322, 424 Hill, George, 396 Hill, Gordon, 399 Hill, James, 314 Hill Hill Hill Hilll , Margery,V373 , Melvin, 411 Merrily, 446 Bud, 106, 120, 213, 214, 305, 320, 424 Hill, Dick, 164, 419 Hill, Robert, 214 Hill, Sally Sue, 377 Hill, Wilton, 405 Hillel Foundation, 343 Hillern, Richard, 344 Henderson, Earline, 311 Henderson, H. F., 405 Hende-rson, Jean M., 70 Henderson, Ken, 348 Hessemer, Robert, 215 Hizserman, Robert, 1 Heston, Clifford, 400 Heston, Robert, 404 Henderson, Loree, 218, 294, 380 Henderson, Marjorie, 444 Henderson, Norma, 381 Phil 2 Henderson, , 83 Henderson, Whitey, 306 Hendricks, Louis, 324 Hggdricks, Xvallace, 4 Hendricksen, Barbara, 384 Hendrickson, Alice, 334, 345, 441 Hendrickson, Orville, 426, 429 Hennings, Larry, 416 Hennum, Lars, 225 Henricksen, Fred, 4.10 Henrichsen, Pierre, 314 Henriot, Elizabeth, 70, 346, 378 Henriot, John, 346, 419 Hestnes, Eric, 324 Hetzler, Thomas P., 70, 396 Heughan, Nan, 135, 377 Hevly, Robert, 327 Heyomoto, Hiromu, 313 Hibbard, Frances, 373 Hickey, Loren, 396 Hickok, Gene G., 70, 408 Hickox, Carolyn, 109, 380 - Hicks, Bill, Jr., 403 Hicks, James, 448 I-Iilejlgs, John D., 70, 305, Hieb, Helene M., 70, 370 Hieber, Marilyn J., 70, 118, 119, 128, 129, 130, 203, 300, 303, 309, 373 l-Iiebert, Richard, 221 Hilliard, Robert, 323, 343 Hilliard, R. K., 319 Hilling, Haydn, 216 Hillis, Norm, 1270 Hiiliitgnan, Margretta, Hillman-, Ruth A,, 70, 377 Hiltner, John R., 70 Hilton, Jack, 403 Himes, Sharon, 214, 435 Hindley, Barbara, 342, 444 Hines, Harold, 434 Hingston, William, 395 Hgrgrfian, Pat, 292, 315, Hinshaw, George R., 70, 322 Hinton, Donna, 375 Hintz, Phyllis, 442 Hipkoe, Max, 16 361 Hipple, Jack, Hirabayashi, Edna, 310 Hirabayashi, Jim, 318 462 Hirsch, Barbara, 118, 311 Hirschel, Fred, 322 Hisey, Bruce, 405 Hisken, Helen, 384 Hitchcock, Prof. C. L., 21 Hitchman, Leonard, 428 Hite, John TV., 70 Hix, Robert, 438 Hixson, Marcia, 372 Hixson, June S., 70, 224 Hjelde, Berit, 447 Hiieglrn, Jerry, 121, 292, 5 Hoag, Art, 155, 157, 321 Hoag, David, 396 Hoagland, Dayle, 116 Hoagland, Floyd, 322 Hoar, Rosalie, 374, 291 Hoare, Florence, 446 Hoard, Joe, 406 Hoba, Eleanora, 370 Hobi, Mike, 397 I-Iochfeld, Shirley, 368 Hookett, Frances, 333 Hodge, Billie Jo, 377 Hodge, Lois E., 70, 379 Hodge, Tove, 435 Hodge, William, 428 Hodges, Barbara, 138 Hodges, Ernestine, 446 Hodgins, Harold, 214, 437 Hodgson, Robert, 419 Hoehler, Roland, 221 Hoey, Timothy, 122, 4 Hoff, Shirley J., 70, 440 Hoff, Virgil, 308, 401 Hofferber, Frank, 406 Hoffman, Aloha, 446 Hoffman, Doris, 70, 440 Hoffman, Frances, 446 Hoffman-, Katherine, 36, 219, 355 Hoffman, Larry, 323 Hofto, James, 346 l-Iofto, L. C., 43, 308 Hogan, Michael, 337 Hmigloerg, Lester, 322, Hogg, Marilyn, 214, 216, 225, 446 Hogg, Robert S., 70, 219 Hogg, Spencer, 221, 319, 448 Hoglund, Paul, 400 Hohnbaum, George, 416 Hoke, Mary, 310 l'-Iolberg, Robert, 413 Holcomb, Dayis, 48, 109,123,159, 163 Holden, John, 336 Hclderby, Patricia, 379 Holderness, Sally, 366 Holdren, Leland A., 70, 411 Holevas, Dorothea, 366 Holland, George, 416 Holland, James L., 70, 261, 393 Holland, Kathleen, 70, 384 Holland, Mark, 425 Holland, Migs, 131, 133, 532, 139, 214, 225. 302, Hollander, Bud, 417 Hollander, Marilyn, 382 Hollinger, Margaret, 447 Hggzister, Floyd, 225, Holloman, Betty Ann, 70 Holloway, Cecille, 330, 348 Holloway, Evelyn, 214 Holm, Betty, 316, 324, 325, 381 Holm, Oscar, Jr., 214 Holm, Richard, 412 Holman, Albert, 438 Holman Donald, 400, 416 Holman, Joan, 371 Holmes, Bill, 253 Holmes, David, 71, 221, 418 Holmes, Dolores, 379 Holmes, Mary Jane, 372 - Holmes, Nancy A., 71, 373 Holmes, Sandra, 380 Holmes, W. H., 319, 395 Holmstad, Elaine, 172, 173, 297, 357, 359, 366 Holmstad, Ralph, 400 Holsinger, Ron, 46, 403 Holt, Betty, 346 Holt, Joanne, 310 Ingstad, Dean, 428 Holt, Prof. VV. Stull, 21 Holton, Langdon, 406 I-Ioltorp, Alberta, 325, 386 Home Economies Club, 334 Home, Jean H., 223, 302, 322, 331, 366 Homewood, Gladys, 336 Hominda, Robert, 338 Homstad, Floyd, 360 Hong, Joseph S., 71, 119, 438 Hoonan, Charles, 397 I-Iooven, Edward, 71, 332, 423 Hoover, Edgar, 71. 332 Hooper, Dale, 348 Hooper, Margaret, 441 Hope, Lillian, 291, 296, 315 Hopkins, Carol, 369 Hopkins, Frank, 415 Hopkins, Frederick, 415 Hopkins, Sarah, 333 Hopkins, Thomas, 337 Hopkins, Prof. Wlilliam S., 25 I-Iopp, Inez, 442 Hopper, Charles, 421 Hopper, Charlotte, 4-14 Hopper, Clarence, 260, 419 Hopper, John, 409 Hopper, Jorgene M., 71, 384 I-Iopper, Leon, 323 Hoptoni, Robert, 438 Hordfall, John 323 Horita, Yoko, 71, 322 Horjes, Barbara, 380 Horman, 347, 349 Horn, Revelia W., 71 Horn, XVillis, 215,324 Horne, Steve, 328 Hornibrook, J. L., 438 1-lorning, 380 Sal1ie1,J.,71, I-Iodowitz, Diane. 382 Horrobin, Jerry, 418 Horrobin, 1Vil1iam, 400 Horsely, Frank, 283 I-Iorsley, James, 425 Horsley, 'William J.. 71 Horst, Beverly, 447 Horton, Ann, 380 Horton, George P.. 17 I-lcrggoii, Richard, 323, Hotchkins, Betty, 330 Houghland, Charlotte, 71, 222, 384 Houghtaling, Corrine, 71, 384 Houglum, Burton. 439 House, Thomas, 324 Houston, Dorothy, 446 Houston, Jack. 122, 418 Iflgglgland, Earl, 322, Howard, Charles, 71 , 416 Howard, Lawrence, 215 Howard, Sid, 418 Howard, Wfanda, 444 Howard, Yvard, 348 lrIo52ard, Tvilliam. 324, Howarth, Jay, 190, 423 Howe, Alice, 377 Howe, Eleanor, 328, 440 Howe, Flora, 71 Howe, Victor, 279 Howell, Fred, 214, 215, 217 Howell, .Te-an C., 71, 200, 356, 384 Howser, Ila, 330, 334, 349 Howton, Gail, 422 Hoy, Benjamin C., 71 Hoyle, Donald, 71, 418 Hoyle, Ruth, 436 Hoyt, Amy Lee, 138, 384 Hoyt, Dorothy Louise, 71, 366 Hoyt, Elaine, 369 Hubbard, Doreen M., 71, 383 Huber, Prof. J. R., 217 Huckahay, Harold, 71 Huckaboy, Durwood, 323 Hudson, Dean, 219 Hudson-, Frank, 21.3 Hudziak, Bob, 336 Huebner, Arthur, 323 Huffman, Bob, 391, 401 Huffman, Donna, 371 I-Iuff, I-Ierschell F., 71 Hufnail, Glen R., 71 Huget, William, 71 Huggins, Harold, 214 Huggins, Robert, 323 Hughes, Daniel, 214 Hughes, Dave, 278, 287, 407 I-Igghes, Prof. Glenn, Hughes, John, 396 Hughes, Katherine A., 71, 303, 380 Hughes, Marion, 72, 378 Hughes, Michael, 346 Hughes, Richard N., 72, 323, Hughes, Hfalter, 423 Hgghmanick, Sharane, 18 283, 410 Hughmaniclc, Patricia A., 72, 371 Hui Kamaaina, 329 Hulbert, Harold L., 72 Hulbert, Frederick, 415 I-lulett, Verne, 433, 448 ,Humason-, Audrey, 72, 121, 310, 311, 370 I-Iumason, Harlan, -100 Humes, Anne, 317, 383 Humphrey, James L., 225, 323 Humphrey, John F., 72, 409 Humphreys, Beverly, 288, 315, 436 Humphreys, Prof. Hungate, Robert P., 43, 216 Hunsaker, Harold, 401, Hunsbedt, Diane, 441 Hunsinger, David, 415 I-Iurtle, Ralph, 215, 221, 225 Hurwitz, Elihu, 155, 321. 427 I-Iusby, Gloria, 223, 322, 372 Higslginsoni, Elsie, 134, 6 Husky Winter Sports Inglis, Donn, 411 Ingram, Ernest, 409 Ingram, James, 260, 284, 397 Ingram, Joan, 350 Hunt, Alfred C., 72, 401 Hunt, Dora, 225 Hunt, Herbert, 344 Hunt, John, 215, 345, 419 Hunt, Nancy, 384 Hunt, Patricia, 214 Hunt, T. Byron, 323 Hunter Charles, 46, 342 Hunter Doris, 295, 345, 442 Hunter, Harvey, 344 Hunter, Jerry, 72, 400 Hunter Jessie, 441 Hunter Lloyd, 426 Club, 357 Hussman, Mark, 121, 392, 439 Huston, Jack, 306 Hutchison, David C., 72, 214, 396 Hutchinson, Jack, 448 Hutchinson, Robert G., 72, 323 Hutsell, Janet, 372 Hutton, Art, 72, 147, 286 Hutton, Bob, 277 Ingram, John D., 72 Iiigggzam, William, 305, Inslee, Winston, 198, 199 In-verarity, Robert, 215, 217 Inrani, Khody, 439 Ireland, Donald, 72, 125, 391, 413 Irick, Lois J., 72, 223, 442 Irick, Roy, 328 Irish, David, 403 Irish, Russell, 241, 405 Irvine, David, 322 Hunterl Melvin, 214, 219 Hunter, Willard, 428 Hunting, Stuart, 345 Huntington, Darby XV., 72 I-Igngtington, Carlton, 1 Huntington, Jerry, 306 Huntington, Robert, 448 Huntington, Shirley, 381 Huntington, Vivian, 355 Huntington, William, 428 I-Iuntley, James, 214, 318 Huntley, Patricia, 302 Huot, Jean, 213, 214 Huppin, Betty Rose, 382 Hurd, Betty, 386 Hurd, Bob, 279, 418 Hurd, Paul V., Jr., 72 I-Iurlbet, Fred, 416 HurlbL1t,Elizabeth, Huttula, R. Blake, 72, 322 Hvamb, Svein, 414 Hxgafnmen, Thelma, 1 , Hyde, Hyde, Jim, 155,401 Hyde, Phyllis, 370 Geraldine, 72 Icenhower, Paul, 345 Ide, Vaughn, 323 Ideta, Mitzie, 311 meta, Ynkiko, 215, 218, 311 IFC, 391 Ifland, Mirian, 336 Ihlanfeldt, Robert, 275, 395 Ildstad, Mary L., 72, 340, Imeson, Joanne, 324, 376 Imperial, Juliana, 346, 442 Irvine, John WV., 72, 395 Irving, Larry, 423 Isaacs, Prof, YValter F., 22 Isaacson, JoAnne, 375 Isaacson, Sally, 333 Ishida, Jean, 311 Islitzer, Norman, 4451 Israel, Jack, 221 Israel, Joe, 417 Israel, Mike, 394 Israel, Norman, 121, 394 Israel, Sam, 417 Istas, Evva, 122 Isted, John E., 72, 282, 307, 406 Isted, Phyllis, 330, 348 Ittner, Bruce, 72, 221, 225, 323 Icanoff, Boris B., 72 Ivarsson, Solveig, 12, :107,136, 139, 163, 302 77 Iverson, Hen-ry, 396 Iverson, Louis. 413 Iverson, Melvin, 344. 404 - ' , 1- , r ri' in -1,n'-14,314 Ll a 31 135, aso 1 a 71 tw ' 1VeS'BY"011- 409 Hgiistem' DM ld' 91 i' lfliililifiiil, lfliirolrl. 314, ifiuiicgal-1 Gordon E., 45, Huflbut, L01'Tli9, 416 nAZ2Siiial:iIi0n, figrgen S Ives, Frank, 323, 324 HO,-,,y,,k, Gem-ge, 275, 439 50, 72, 231, 236, 304, HU1'St,WillifLm. 425 Ing, Elizabeth K. s., IveS,'I7lw1'a 122, 72, 446 418 1f1nbbnrd..In1ni, 408 320, 397 Hurt, John J., 72 72, 329, 434, 436 Ivey, Betty, 313 g The Name and Place You Recognize for Leading Men's Fashions 0 Stetson Dobbs MacGregor 9 Varsity Town K Timely Fashion Park . 4 Botany soo by Damff J y WZQ5 Coopers Interwoven 1310 Eagt 45th SL M1311-ose 2250 Q 463 Westminster H ickok Alligator Arrow Manhattan Jantzen B. V. D. Scandals Congratulation H I G CLASS + ...TO T E GRADUAT N N 1 lamp :mm s 0 ... 6 1' I O. eatt e, as mgton S I W h' w 4 r , Ivey, Geraldine, 350, Jangard, Aileen M., 72, Jewell, B'i11, 403 Johnson, Keith, 348 Johnson, Simone, 330, Jones, R. Gordon, 398 355 122, 202, 203, 303, .Tewe1l,Ja.mes, 422 Johnson, Kenneth, 338 334, 348 .Tones,Richa1'd,344 Ivy,Micha.e1, 215, 338 309, 316, 372 Jewe11,XVi1Iia.m, 429 Johnson, L. Nan, 372 Johnson, Thomas, 322 Jones, Robert M., 73, Ivy, Sallie G., 72, 383 Janish, Jodine, 328, Job, Janet, 378 Johnson, Lawrence, Johnson. Verner, 338 344. 425 Iwanagg1,'George, 225 432, 446 Johanson, Joseph. 414 73, 405 Johnson, Virginia L., Jones, Robert, 396 IY2lU,L1H1af1,315v435 Jappe, Charlotte, 369 Johanneseu, Allen J., Johnson, Lester XV.,T3, 73, 222, 328. 349 Jones, Robert, 404 Jarboe, James. 415 72, 324, 449 214, 327 JOh1'1SO1'1,VV.C,,337 Jones, Ruth, 436 J JSWCIGSH. RiCl1-ard. 419 John, Gregory, 214 Johnson, Levon, 344 Johnson, NY. E., 46 .Iones,Shir1ey. 375 Jared, Janice, 383 .Tohr1,Everts, Johnson, Lo Ann, 381 Johnson, YVil1ard, 428 Jones, Stan, 348 .Tack,YVa1ter, 424 JS-Shy, George, 325 Johns, Loren. 348 Johnson, Lola Mae, 447 Johnston, Barbara M., Jones,Sy1via C., 122, Jackman, Dick, 403 Jasperson,Virg1nia., Johns,M1's. Louise P., Johnson, Loren, 439 73, 376 330 Jackman, YVi11iam, 322 215 403 Johnson, Lu Ann, 316, Johnston. Beverly C., Jones, Tal, 415 Jackson, Audrey T., 72, -T9-SDQFS0111 Malfy- 442 J0hns,R0r1a1d, 344 372 73, 379 Jones, Virginia. 120, 336, 349, 446 -Tecklm, CUFISUHG. 307, Johnsen, Thor. 336 J0h1'1s0n,Mack,428 Johnsto1'1,E1izabeth, 386 .Tackson,Ea1'1, 422 446 D Johnson. AC16. 322 Johnson, Ivlargaret, 372 ' Jones, VVa1te1', 400 Jackson, Evelyn, 345, 'T6ffeI'S0f1. B111, 274 Johnson, Agnes, 72, 215, 217 Johnston, Katheen, 222 Jones, Prof. Willialn 440 J6ff9TS0H,K61t11. 281 372 Johnson, Marian, 440 J0hr1st0n,Mari1yr1, 334 H., 27 r Jackson, George, 312 JGff0FdS. Jean. 311 Johnson, Aileen, 440 Jghnson, Margie, 73, Johngtgnv Noel, 373 Jones,XYi1I1am, 412 J3,QkS0n,Ge1-tie, 333 Jeffr1es,Warren, 426 Johnson, Barbara, 387 Johnston, Stan. 437 Jones, Col. YVi11iam1-I., Jackson, Robert, 196 -Telleberg. Emma. 130, Johnson, Botsy, 106 J0hnson,Mari1yxg, 331 Johnstone, Robert, 410 40 - Jackson, VVi11ia.m, 414 283, 293. 296. 315, 376 Johnson, Carroll. 333 Johnson, Ma1'jO1'16, 444 Jojanson, Marion, 333 -TOHGS. TVi111fI'6'f1, 311 Jacobie, Wayne, 395 Jelhgon, MHTIOH, 371 Johnson, Charles, 399 Johnson, Marlys, 289 Jones, Albert, 419 Joost, George, 403 Jacobs, W'i11iam, 214 J6l'1k!I1S,:D0Ql'13., 372 Johnson, Charles, 429 J0hnS0n,1VIa1'Vi1l, 214. Jones, Anita, 385 Joost, NVil1iam, 283, Jacobsen, Barbara, 215 Jenkms, Emmy L.. 72, Johnson, Claude A., 72 219 Jones' Beverlie. 310, 303 1 Jacobsen. Bill. 306 44Q - 423 l Johnson, Mary Lou, 344 K Joppa, Robert, 220 Jacobsen, Assoc. Prof. Je11kmS,He1en L-, 72. Johnson, Davld, 401 330, 348, 349 Jones, Clqal-les, 324 .101-gensen,A11en. 324 Theodor S., 22 372 , ,A , Johnson,De1beI't. 214 .Tohnson,Me1vin, 338, Jgns, Clark, 253, 281 Jorgensen, .Tami C., 73, Jacobsen, John, 418 -T6l'1k1I1S, M21I'11YY1- 5448 Johnson, Donald, 428 395 , Jones, Cliff, 433, 438 324 .Taoobson,Ca.ro1, 370 -TGHKS, Ellzapeth- M19 Johnson, Doris, 345 Johnson, Meryl, 34s, Jong-3S,1D01'1, 283' 406 Jorgensen, Robert F., J3.C0bS01'1, Ethel, 336 Jenna, Mzarglff Anne, J0hnS01'1,D0r0thy, 444 440 Jones, Dgnald' 407 73, 247, 256, 257, 268, Jf1c0bS0n,MaryAnn. 130- 214- 2.15, 219 J01ms0n,E11en, 73,190 Johnson, Montgomery, J0neS,D0ug1aS' 414 285, 304, 320, 4-08 377 Jer111er,Mayr4ar1, 387 328, 332,376 301 Jones, Edward, 337 Jorgenson,Harr1et R.. Jacobson, Norman, 220 Jer1r1er,Ph111p. 215. 217 Johnson, E1sie,440 Johnson, Myron, 214 JOneS,E1, 120 73, 119, 120, 137. 143, Jacobson,Or1in,.313, -TGHSGH, Bob, 119 Johnson, Elynor, 311 Johnson, MfSgt. N. M., JO11eS,E1aine' 331 163, 187, 303, 334, 344 344. 449 JenSe11,Ca1'L 344 Johnson, Erung, 279, 41 A Jones, Dean Erngst Mu Jose,'1'he1ma,446 .Iacobson,PaLu1, 305, Jensen. Earl, 421 405 Johnson, Nadine, 442 34 Joseph, Mary Anne, 403 Jensen- Eleanor- 379 Johnson, Ernest. 73 Johnson, Nancy, 384 Jones Frances' 311 441 Jacobson, Russell. F39 Jensen, Helen, 228 Johnson, Eugene, 422 Johnson, Nels, 449 325 ' , Joshlin, Robert, 426 -I3-CC1U9S,G11Y. 396 Jensen, James, 439 Johnson, George, 422 Johnson, Nels, 398 Jones, Fred, 323, 412 Jos1in,Frances, 137, Jaege1',Andy. 344 -TGHSEH, -76aY1Y1e1 367 Johnson, George, 424 Johnson, Norman, 348 Jones, Gayne' 415 334 -T21ffee.E121i1w' 353 Je11SeH,Pau1,221 Johnson, Glenna J., 73 Johnson, Paul, 402 Jgneg, Gloria, 3722 Joslyn, Robert, 282, Jaffee, Stan, 417 Jensen, Raymond, 416 310, 311 Johnson, Pauline, 219 Jones, Judy 375 307, 40,6 Jahn, Edward, 313 Jensen, Richard. 423 Johnson, Grace, 350, Johnson, Phyllis, 345 Jones, K., 356 Josney, George. 319 .T3.,1'11', Jean, 377 . 1 Jensen, Robert L., 72, 355 441 Jcmes, Lester' 419 Joy, Margaret, 121,131, JalI'3ZDh0y. NHZIF, 193 420 Johnson, Hazle, 3322 Johnson, Raleigh, -110 Jones, 141161214 137. 377 James,F.1-anlc, 398 Jensen, W. Paul: 72 JOhnS0nlHOWa1.d A., J0h11S0n,R21113lX, 314 Jones, Madeline M., 73, Jubel-gy I,-ne Qu 73, 34.1 -Tames-J1m,30G , Jensen' W?H1Fe1U 595 73, 392 Johnson, Ray, 215, 344, 86' 117, 120, 130, 137, Juetten. Jean, 311 JaQg'iS,Mf1be1L-- 12' Jeg'5Q11-W1111am- 219' Johnsnn, 1, Cu 46 423 183, soo, sos, 310 Juad,cha.r1es. 405 James, Richard, 424 Jenslm' Paul' 319 Johnson, Ing? 31233 Joi1Z25::ozg1d6Robert B., J051fF,??Nf1I3rg1gfln L., 13, Jud.so11,JRic11zEr1Q1, 329154 James,Shir1ey, 386 Jenrofr, Aythur, 324 Jvhnson, J. lb., U14 Johnson, Robert Cn' 73 Jones- Meiriona 347 Ju5i2gHi22:?-E125 0- - James, W'a1te1' T., 72, Jentoft, M11dred, 367 JOHHSOH, JRCCIUSIIHG. Joh,-,Son Robert 396 Jones' M fanw' f-11 , 1 3 0 399 Jentoft, Virginia, 442 373 Johnson: Robert: 153 446- Y V10 - Juhano. N1ck. 215. -16 Jameson. Margaret, Jepson, Harwood, 287, fT01'1I150l'L JOYCE. 311 Johnson, Rod, 245, 280, Jones, Myles, 328 'Tung' Angela' 447 ,. 222. 347 408 Johnson, Justin, 424 320 Jgnesl Nancy 330 Jungquist, Jeanne, 313 J2lllSCk,F1'9d R.. 72, Stl, JBSSUD,-T0hT1, 121 .Iohnson,Ka1ma. E., 73, Johnson, Roger, 147, Jones,Phy11i5. 292, 381 Juris, Ruth. 442 416 JSSSUD- Mary, 369- 442 344 241,301 399 Jones, Ray F., 73, 411 Jylha, Estelle L., 73 464 K Kaasa, Tom, 336 Kack, Kenneth, 323 Kaczka, Theodore J., 73. 423 Kafer, Francis, 424 Kafer, Howard C., 73, 304, 320, 391, 397 Kahin, Dr. Helen, 119 Kahle, Joseph, 214 Kahn, Jack, 427 Kain, Shirlee, 374 Kaldal, Jimmie, 105. 119, 120, 304, 305, 395 Kalil, Ear-1, 323 Kalina, 1Vallace, 424 Kallander, Donald, 424 Kamb, John, 144, 395 Kameiron, Bette Mac, 73, 377 Kamerson, Betty, 359 Kammeyer, Shirley, 436 Kanda, Betty, 310 Kane, Bob, 2S3, 408 Kane, Connie. 218. 370 Harry, 326, 327 Kane, Kane, Henry, 323 'Fhonias 214 Kane, , Kantzer, Jack, 423 Kapgoa Alpha Theta, 37 Kappa Delta, 379 Kappa Kappa Gainma, 380 Kappa Phi, 330 Kappa Psi, 335 Kappa Sigma. 405 Karabaich, Mary L., 73, 340, 346, 372 Karamatic, Tony, 391, 398 Karpinski, Irene, 447 Karrasch, Pat, 292, 315, 381 Karzmar, Rudolph L., 73, 223, 322 Kasper, Robert J., 73, 221, 349, 448 Kastner, Mrs. Ethel, 336 Kastner, XYalter. 324 Kato, Haruo, 73 Katternian, Don B., 73, 223, 322 Katz, Dorothy, 73, 336, 337, 343, 379, 332 Katz, Jerome, 322 Katz, XVillis, 339 Kavet, Marjorie, 346 Kawai, Julianne, 447 Kawakanii, lwao, 73 Kawakami, Jake, 345 Kawasaki, Katherine, 442 Kawashima, Frank, 73, 223 Kay, Marble, 331 Kaye, Reine, 363 Kean, Albert, 238. 410 Kean, 1N'a1lac-e, 234, 400 Keating, Richard, 420 Kec-k, Doris Mae, 215. 217 Keeler, Constance, 373 Keen, Bruce, 146, 404 Keen, Fred L., 74,404 Keene, Lewis M., 74 Keeney, Donald J., 74, 401 Keeney, Frank, 21.3, 214, 397 Keeney, George, 74, 395 Keeney, Jean, 330. 343, 349 Keeton, Howard, 414 Keeyer, ltichard H., 74 Keiglitly, Phyllis, 444 Keim, Chai les J.. 74, 339 Keister, Patricia, 440 Keith, Polly, 74, 191, 380 Keizur, ltobert G., 74, 424 Kell, Dawn, 444 Keller, Eoline' M., 74, 310, 311 Keller, George, 416 Kelley, Gordon, 406 Keller, Leslie, 223, 335 Keller, Marilyn, 370 Keller, Richard, 234, 397, 403 Keller, Virginia, 336 Kelleher, Elise C., 74, 375 Kelleh er, ltichard, 396 Kelley, Frank E., 74 Kelley, Joan, 74 Kelley, Roberta, 371 Kellog, Britt, 319 Kellogg, Sue, 342 Kelly, Colleen, 161, 333 Kelly, Donald, 414 Kelly, Iilarl, 313 Ke-lly, Patsy, 106. 375 Kelly, Robert, 322 Kelly, Sharon, 336 Keyes, Gilbert, 209, 393 Kiekhaefer, Carol, 395 Kiekwood, Jim, 418 Kienholz, Lorraine, 345 Kiesel, George, 346 Kiese-l, Mary, 346 Kidd, Donald, 407 Kidder, Eugene, 336, 422 Kid well, Kathro, 117 Kidwell, Richard, 214, 216 Kelly, Thomas 74, 127 Kelsey, Patricia, 336, 337, 370 Keltner, Mary Ellen, 436 Kemmerer, Shirley, 440 Kemrnerer, VValter, 439 Kemp, Geraldine, 444 Kemp, Phyllis, 310, 343 Kennard, Joseph, 407 Kennedy, Jean, 345 Kennedy, Joan, 137, 342, 372 Kennedy, Michael, 415 Kennedy, Patricia, 214 Kennedy, Paul, 225 Kennewick, Richard, 152, 160, 214, 321, 404 Kenne-y, Delores, 322 Kent, Jim, 265 Kent, Robert, 402 Kenwortliy, Williain, 413 Kenyon, Bob, 418 Kenyon, Bruce A., 74, 213, 214, 433 Kepka, George, 284, 400 Kercheval, Robert C. J., 74, 397 Kercheval, Ronald, 397 Kerley, Betty Lee, 328 Kerr, Jack, 448 Kerr, Janis, 74, 372 Kerr, George, 322 Kerry, Harold, 405 Kershner, Dan, 402 Kershner, Roger, 410 Kessler, Gerald, 208 Ketcheson, Dave, 403 Ketner, David, 428 Ketzler, Harry, 217 Kid willer, Wfilliam, 401 Kilburn, Peter, 214 Killin, Orland B., 74 Kilner, Pat, 308, 403 Kimball, Arthur, 395 Kimball, Kenneth, 41.0 Kimball, Marcia, 116 Kimmel, Lola, 355 Kimmerle, Gerald, 281, 419 Kinberg, Jeanne, 310 Kin-berg, Sylvia, 440 Kind, Yvonne-, 133, 371 Kinder, Pat, 435 King Bruce, 146 King Delores, 336 King Dewey, 395 King Donald, 318, 410 King, Eloise M., 74, 350 King, Gerald, 395 King, James B., 74, 152, 339 King, John L., 15 King: Kathleen, 346 King, Mary, 136, 225, 329, 383 King Robert T., 74, 319, 325,425 King, Vifhitey, 239, 320, 418 King, Virginia, 377 Kinney, Arthur-, 146, 425 Kinney, Jack, 426 Kinney, Jean, 372 Kinney, Luella B., 74, 366 Kinsoella, Hazel, 123 Kirt:hheimer,XY,11,225 Kirchner, Fred, 279 Kirchner, Prof. George C., 204 Kirk, Douglas, 283, 395 Kirk, Job, 395 Kirk, Joyce, 336, 365, 385 Kirkbride, Glen A., 74 Kirkby, Roland, 109, 278, 279, 403 Kirkman, Joanne, 133, 334 Kirkpatrick, Eleanor, 311 Kirkpatrick, Nola. 333 Kirsop, LeRoy, 348 Kirsop, Richard, 314, 323 Kirwin, Harry A., 74, 338 Kitchen. Lois, 350 Kittleson, Raymond, 392 Kiser, Don, 397 Kizer, Helen, 133, 135, 333 Kizer, Ralph, 419 Kjelstad, Nels O., 74, 324 Kjosness, Robert, 323 Klarieh, Dorothy, 336 Klausner, Laurie, 332 Klein, Pauline D., 137, 288, 364, 366 Kleinberg, Joey, 368 Kleinberg, YVilliam, 74, 74, 427 Kleist, Marilyn, 444 Klemz, Marilyn, 376 Kline, Donald G., 74, 214, 327 Kline, Margaret, 440 Kline, Scott, 410 Klonoff, Jerry, 322 Kingman, Ruben, 74 Klukis, Alan, 107, 143, 266, 305, 416 Klumb, Jack, 416 Klump, YVill, 200 Kippenhan, Dean, 428 Kirbach, Kathleen M., 74, 224 Kirberger, Joan, 134 Knapp, Jean, 370 Knapp, Lois, 311 Knapp Ruth, 328, 370 Knapp Sara, 373 Knapp, XVilliain, 401 KES-ehtel, Earl D., 74, 1 K1si1ght,Addabelle J., Knight, Doreen, 336, 347. 466 Knight, Harry, 122,143, 304, 305, 419 Knight, Jack, 418 Kndglit, Patricia, 432, 7 Knight, Robert, 319, 426 Knight, Williain, 402 Knighton, Annie Mary, 291, 310, 311 Knoff, Joan, 215, 216 Knowles, Dale, 345 Knowles, George, 215, 220 Knowles, Richard, 429, 423 Knott, Richard, 449 Knox, Evalyn, 373 Knox, James H., 74, 374, 414 Knudsen, Janice B., 75, 222, 328, 344 Knudson, Conrad, 419 Knudson, Elaine E., 75,444 Knudson, Helen, 120, 365, 372 Knudson-, Robert, 393 Knucltsen, Gordon, 419 Knudtsen, James, 419 Ko, Eugene, 223 Kobernik, Carol, 336, 381 Kohbervig, Iring, 344 Kocak, Oran, 426 Koch, Alwin, 324 Kgoher, Albert, 306, 96 Koe, Kenneth, 225 Koegod, Richard, 408 Koehler, Roland, 400 Koehler, Vern, 400 Koenig, Laird, 122, 159, 160, 135, 305, 306, 397 Koenig, Richard, 398 Koenig, VVa1ter, 213, 215, 344 Koenigsberger, Guy, 75 Dollie ssey 4344 "U" Way SPGRTS WEAR .MElrose I555 465 Lambda Chi Alpha, 406 Lasley Sweaters ATHLETES BANDS CLASSES ORGANIZATICDNS are made of the finest yarns, best dyes, and by experienced personnel, to your individual specifications. 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Kieburiz .A..,. .,..., C loss 010924 Kohl, Joan, 371 Kohler, Barbara, 328, 447 Kohler, Colleen, 336 Kolb, Keith, 21.5, 216, 217 Kolster, Bob, 403 Konick, YVillis, 313, 343 Koo, Ted, 336 Kooch, Jeanne, 75, 384 Koop, Yvilliam, 326, 329 Koopman, Elizabeth A., 75, 301, 325 Koopman, Iticliard, 314 Kooser, Donald L., 75, 332 Kootz, Robert, 31.4 Kopel, Richard, 439 Koppel, Arnold, 394 Koppel, Howard, 417 Koprulu, Ertugrul, 398 Korman, Louise Reed, 7a Korman, YY'esley V., 69, 339 Korsak, Victor, 335 Kosaka, Violet, 316,317 Kosbab, Lyle, 396 Koschmeder, Julia F., 75 Koski, Bob, 120, 165 Koski, Joyce, 376 Kosola, Marjorie, 330, 348, 349 H Kostakos, Gustav, 394 Kostelyk, John, 281, 404 Kostol, Carl, 223 Kotkins, Hekrbei t, 394 Kovtun,Jul1us, 394 Kowalski, MfSg't. F. M., 41 Kraft, Donald B., 75, 154, 155, 214,404 Kraft, Larr5', 437 Kraft, Marion, 348 Kraft, Robert A., 75, 213, 214, 217, 225, 314, 348, 349 Kraft, YVarren, 321, 393 Krakoysky, Charles, 41.7 Kramer, Legion C., 75, 324 Kraun, Robert, 424 Krause, Jo, 297, 293, 380 Krehbiel, Shirley, 191, 196, 380 Kreide, Margaret. 335 Kreider, Yvilliam, 412 Krellman, Mary Ann, 344 Krems, Bernard, 75, 417 Kretzler, Allen, 285, 305, 314, 323, 419 Kretzler, Harry, 214, 223 Kreutz, Shirley M., 75, 446 Kriegel, Richard C., 75 Krieger, Sylvia, 344 Kriegler, Stan, 282, 410 Kristiansen, Richard F., 75, 304, 406 Kristofferson, Margery, 375 Krives, Fred, 416 Krohn, Barbara, 216 Kropf, John, 413 Krum, Gerry, 138, 191, 380 Krummeck, K. Kenneth, 75 Kruse, Jane H., 75, 380 Kruse, Robert, 221, 225, 323 Krystad, Aril, 423 Kubley, Josephine, 373 Kubota, Herbert, 439 Kucera, Pat, 293 Kuchara, Mike, 279 Kuckenbecker, Elizabeth, 378 Kuehl, Joy, 440 Kuehl, William, 215 Kuehnoel, Robert, 424 Kuhlam, Henry, 323 Kuljis, Dorothy, 346 Kigigigman, Albert, 151, Kulman, Arthur, 417 Kuhlman, Henry 75 Kuhn, Carl, 324 Kuhn, F. Blaine, 323 Kuhns, Anne YV., 75 Kuhns, Roger J., 75 Kuist, Jean, 376 Kulseth, Donald, 404 Kulzer, Janet B., 75, 336, 378 Kumm, Lorraine, 75, 374 Kummer, Luella, 367 Kunde, Norm, 276 466 Kunnecke, YY'alter YV., 75, 395 Kurth, Robert, 306, 401 Kurtz, Jack, 424 Kurtz, Norman, 400 Kurtz, Stephen, 419 Kusak, Janet, 383 Kusian, Ross, 323 Kusler, Donald, 322 Kutner, Rhoda, 444 Kuznetz, Morton, 417 Kvainme, An-n, 432 Kvamme, Ingeborg, 76, 355, 442 Kwok, Chew-yee, 447 Kyle, Stanley, 439 Kyte, Kenneth, 407 L LaBranche, Harvey YV, 76, 422 LaChance, Robert, 396 Lacher, John, 428 Lacy, Bill. 403 Ladd, Harry, 324 Ladum, Edwin H., 76, 409 Ladum, Larry, 409 Lagazzino, Joe, 275 Lagerberg, Floyd R., 76 Laherty, Marilyn A., 76, 444 Lahmer, Christina, 316 Lainhart, Don, 418 Lakie, Helen E., 76,440 Lakin, Maxwell, 439 Lamarche, John, 391, 426 Lamb, Loys, 76, 308, 324, 416 Larson, Helen, 333 Larson, Irving, 225 Larson, James, 313 Larson, gohn YV., 76 5 416.4 Larson, Lois. 447 Larson, Marie, 292 Larson, Pat, 381 Larson, Phyllis, 369 Lagllspn. Robert, 215 Larson, Ruby, 310 Larson, YValter, 324 Larson, Verle, 441 Laschinger, Patricia, Lambd 331 a Kappa Sigma, Lambda Rho. 218 Lambert. Dwaine, 278 Lambert, Harry E., 76, 418 Lambert. Melvin H., 76. 345 Lamberton, Joan, 133. 147, 378 LZUTIIYSU. Cecil. 76 Lailnpn, Marilyn L., 76, .372 Lawrrlipnt, Joseph, 324. Q I Lamphere, Robert, 404 Lampinan, Frank D., 76 Lancaster, Lee, 146 Lancaster, LeRoy, 425 Lancaster, Merna, 383 Landis, John. 241 Landon, Don. 320 Lane, Barbara E., 76, 350 Lane, Marion. 379 Lane, Mary. 217 Lane, Verlin C., 76 Lane, Viola, 336 Lanegger, Lori I., 76, 199, 224 Laney. Robert. 2 14 Lang, Robert. 323 371 Lashbaugh, Donald, 400 Lassie, 76 Lasswell. Roger, 146, 147, 277, 286 Latham. Paul, 448 Chester, 323 Lathrop, Latimer, Norval, 408 Latimer, Tad, 283 Latimer, YVil1iam, 283, 408 Lattin, Victor, 347 Lauber, Charles, 262 Lauber, Shirley M., 76 Laudan, Phil, 348 Lauer. Dean Edward H., 20, 123 Laufer. Barbara, 322, 382 Laughry. Betty, 372 Launer, Phyllis, 350 Lauritsen, Alfred, 225, 408 Lausch, Bryson, 428 Laush, Frank, 346 Laush, John, 346 Lauteznhiser, Dick, 186 Laval, Joan, 328 Laval, YVilliam, 225 Lavalle, Louise, 3378 LaVeck, Gerald, 214, 223 Lavelle. Marilyn, 215 Lavender, Denis, 423 Laevrty, Bruce, 215 Lavik, Evelyn, 344, 444 Lavik, Lawrence. 76 LaViolette, Claris, 218, 223, 348 LaViolette, Duane, 348 Law, B'etty, 311 Law, Dick. 324 Lawrence, Charles, 207 Lawrence, Merri, 386 Lawrence, Nancy, 367 Lawrence, YVilliam, 323. 399 Lawson, Allan, -117 Lawson, Robert T., 76, 324. 418 Lawton, Nancy, 105, 123,131,135,2l4,225, 291, 302, 380 Lawton, Nancy, 118, 137,364,383 Lawyer, Howard. 406 Lawver, Mildred, 311 Lay. YY'arren, 426 Layton, Richard, 424 Lea, James M., 76. 3253 Langbridge. Alec, 396 Lange, Eivind, 1-14,1-47, 284. 400 Lingenhan, Dr. H. A., '23 Langer, Helen, 122, 132, 135, 164. 202, 203.302, 309.362, 375 Langlie, YVindy, 370 Langoey, Luz, 330 Lagagrell, Betty M., 76, 2 75 Langston. Don. 406 Lanter, Sid, 394 Lantz. David, 396 Lantz, Mary Kay, 191, 380 LaPointe, Donna Jean, 76, 291 LaPore, Gary, 396 Larberg, Donald YV., 263. 407 Larey, Owen A., 76 Larimer, Shirley, 119, 441 Lai-ned, Jack, 406 Larrabee, Frances. 442 Lzgsg-sn, B. Jeanne, 346, 7 Larsen, Betty, 219 Larsen, Byron, I. 76 Larsen, Emil. 313 Larsen, Marie, 315 Larsen, Virginia, 333 Larson, Allen, 407 Larson, Anna Mae, 76 Larson, Anne, 345 Larson, Donn, 147, 241, 397 Larson, Edward, 409 Leach, Beverly, 442 Leach, Elizabeth, 371 Leach, Paul, 215 Leader, Albert, 424 Lead er, Kenneth, 415 Leadon. Leaf, YV Roland, 225 allace. 338 Leahy, Kathleen M . 36, 219 Leal, August C., 76 Leary Hall. 446, 447 LeBar0n, Floyd E.. 76 Leche, Edward, 411 Leche, Ted, 342 LeCOcq, Evelena M., 76, 342, 447 LeCocq, Mary A., 76, 377 LeCocq, Rhoda, 342 Ledbetter, Girvis, 225 Ledingh am, Janet, 373 Ledlie, James, 404 Lee, Art hur. 344 Lee. Edward George, 76, 407 Lee, Elizabeth, 346 Lee. Gw en, 372 Lee, Helene, 310, 446 Lee, .Tohn Howard, 76, 346 Lee, Joseph, 314, 336 Lee, Les, 413 Lee, Marjorie, 381 Lee, Marjory, 356 Lee, Pat 366 Lee, Pet ricia,133,134, er, 320, 428 Lee, Robert, 397 214, 218 Lee, Robert, 243, 308. 320, 408 Lee, Robert. 425, 429 Lee, Stanley, 214, 344 Lee, Ted, 121 Lee, Tom R., 76, -118 Lee Virginia, 346 Leeds, James, 319, 325 Leek, Geraldine V., 76, 364, 383 Leese, Marian Gerry. Ze ,12z, 160, ies, 10-1, .os za ' ' I, I I 4, 336, 357, 317.1 Leeser, Kurt. 394 LeFever, .1ohn, 419 Legg, Arthur. 439 Legg, Mary 1-1., 76, 334. .3 . Lcggat, Jene, 76, 366 LeGro, E-'enita-. 350, 355 Lehto, Bob, 209 Leib ly, Helen, 346 Leiman, Ken, 285 Lelnan. Mary. 378 LeMier, Emmanuel 1-l., 76, 418 LeMieux, Mary, 346, 385' Leminan, Robert L., 76, - 1 3.17 LeMoine, Kenneth, 395 Lemon, Janice N., 76 Lemon, Lois .1ean, 322, 328. 331, 445 Lemmon, Bob. 320 Lenington, Myra, 215 Lennstrom, Alfred. 77 Lennstrom, Henry XY.. 77 Lentz, Frederick, 306 Lenz, Norma. 344 Leonard,1-lelen, 351 Leonard, Jane A.. 77, 342, 441 Leonard, Larry, 323, 346, 437 Leopold, Florelei, 382 Leopold, Joe, 394 Lenine, Bertha, 447 Leppert, Elmore, 199 Lepsoe, Ingrid, 373 Lere, Klarese, 77, 218 LeRoux, Gene, 403 Lesher, Jack, 399 Levan, Xvillard S., 77, 400 Levander, Phillip, 396 Lcvenhagen, Robert, 236. 40-I Levenson. Sam, 4 17 Lcve - ,y. Levin, Levin Levin Recia, 382 Alice Jean, 445 Joyce, 368 1-lerb 427 Levin,1vIarian, 343, 368 Levin, Nam-y, 350, 355 Levin, Sybil A.. 77,364, 379 Levy, Sol, 323 Lew, Calvin, 214 Lewis, Barbara, 441 Lewis Blanche, 446 Lewis Frank E., 77, 3:16 , Lewis, George, 401 Lewis, Harrison .1., 77 Lewis, Lewis. Lewis. .1 oan. 368 John. 324, -107 Julian M., 77, 155, 321, 427 Lewis Kenneth E., 77, 324 Lewis Pauline R.. 77, 378 Lewis, Ruth Ann, 368 Lewis, Robert P., 77, 408 Lewis. 1Val ter I-I., 77, 397 Lewis, X1'illiam, 407 Leyden, Joyce, 445 Libby, Helen, 328 Lien, Carsten M., 77 Lien, Roger D., 77 Lida, Dan, 416 Liddell, XVil1iam, 398 Lidtlle, Alan C., 77, 216, 339. 424 Liddle, TfSgt. YV. M., 41 Lilleoren, Inez, 333 Light, Glenn, 411 Light, Russell, 215 Lightfoot, James, 415 Lightfoot, Pat, 329 Limhack, Marianne, 371 Lineks, Katherine. 346 Lincoln, Jean, 118, 120, 133. 374 Lincoln, Jo Ann. 367 Lind, Donald, 393 Lind, Elsie J.. 77. 225. 4-11 Lind, Lind, Joan, 311 Lind, Marian, 345, 441 Lind, Philo, 323 Lindberg, Pierce T,,77, 220, 327 Lindblad. Warren, 307 Lindhlom, R, E., 225 Linge, Jack, 392 Linrlell, Frank, 323 Lililceinyer. Harlan E, 1 I Genevieve, 447 Linden, Glenn, 400 Linderbenger, Rich- ard. 427 Linaleroth, Donald, 409 Lindgren, Milo, 327 Lindsay. Eugenia, 215 Lilidsfw. Iris A., 77, 24. 385 Lindsay, Myra Jean, 215, 217 Lillflsay. Doloris, :::::: Lindsey, Frank, 2711 Lindstrom, John, 276 Liivifllstroin, Roland, 3 .1 511115. Jing Chu, 349 in tmeyer, I-la ' 405 Ilan, Links, Leland, 123, 31-1 Linin, George. 337 Lipman, David, 417 Limnard, Terry, 311 Lippincott, Prof, SLU- .art XV.. 33 Lisman, Shirley, 331 L1St011. Edward, 2:1 Lister. George, 419 Littel1,B'ob, 118 Betty, 1141 John, 416 Little, Little, Little, Margaret, 2511, 379 Little, Mary, 383 Littrell, James, 402 Livingston, Jean B., 77 Livingston, James, 382 Livland, John, 423 Llewellyn, Miles, 406 Lloyd, Frank, 402 Lloyd-Young, Lorene, 370 Locke, John L., 77, 428 Lockhart, Bevery, 134, 302, 371 Lockett, Thomas, 213 2 Lockwood, C. James, 77, 338 Lockwood, F. E., 43 Lockwood, Jean, 442 Loder, Delbert. 323 Loe. Aase, 214, 222, 334. 370 Loeb, Erica R., 77 Logbw, Dean Edgar A., Loewer, Peggy, 373 Lvfgren, Betty Ann, 214 Lflffiren, Lawrence 151. 77. 335 Lofgren, Omar, 183, 397 Logniist, Aileen A., 77 ' 1 Lofquist, Donald, 437 Loftus. Ort, 135, 1511, 155, 321, 418 Logue. Myrtle lone, 77 Lohr, Lawrence, 105 Lohr. Robert M., 77, 322, 335 Lohuis, John, -108 Lomax, Margery, 336, 138 383 ' 10 1 Lomax, Marriann B., 77. 383 Lomax,Russel1, 414 Lomax, Ted, 348 Lonae, John. 322. 335 Loney, Dean. 213, 215 Lonergan, Jerry, 3342, 3451 1.ong,Al, 209 Long, Ann, 347 Long, Ethel, 442 Long, Marion, 375 Long, Phyllis I., 77, 386 Long Shirley, 379 Longstreth, Cal, 345 Longstreth, .Ioan, 347 Longtin, Marion, 21 E1 Longwell, Leslie, 336 Look, Robert, -148 Loomis,Gorf1on, 3:57 Loomis, Mary E., 366 Loonam, Bernard, .106 Loonam, Joe. 418 Looney, Richard, 214 Looysen, Morris C., 7 Loren, Clariee. 206, V 291, 373 Lorentson, Gary, 437 Lorentz, Robert, 215, 225 Lorentz. Ruth, 311 Loring, Tom, 346 Losk, Sherwin, 322 Los Lobos, 314 Lotz, Oakley. 404 Lotzgesell, Paul, 128 Loucks, Dr. R. B., 223 Lough. Gene, 306 Lough, Merin, 424 Lougheed, Gerald, 425 Louie. Alice, 322 Louie, Henry, 324 Louie, Nadine, 77, 193 Louie, 1Vil1iam, 78 Loup, Ervin, 319 Loutzenhiser, Richard, 413 Lovaas. Muriel, 447 Love, Donald, 185, 410 Love. Gerald, 412 Lovegren, Ken, 345 Lovejoy, Jane, 328, 386 Loveless. Rodney, 426 Loveless, Xvarren, 419 Loveridge, James F., 78 Lovett, '1Vendell, 215 Lovett. 1Villiam. 216 Lowder, Billie. 367 Lowder, Lorraine. 367 Lowe. Colleen, 315 Lowe, Gloria, 375 Lowe. Harold. 404 Lowe, .1ack. 270, 271, 285 320 Lowe: fron, 408 Wilbur, 147, Lowe, 287. 407 Lowen,G1adys, 350 Lowery, Richard, 260, 410 Lowery, Robert, 78, 395 rr. . Lowma n, Rosemary, 371 Lowthian, Kenneth M., 78 303 LubI'ie,.Frederick, 348, 439 Lublie, Ruth, 436 Lucas, Colin, 428 Lueke, Lauren 1-1., 78, 405 Lucks, Carol A., 78, 377 Ludeman, Eleanore, 295. 442 Ludmer, Mike, 394 Ludwick, Kendall, 398 Ludwig, David F., 78, 322, 396 LL1f1wig.H0ward, 307 Ludwig, Martha, 331 Ludwig, Ruth M., 78, 445 Ludwigs, Howard, 308, 407 Lufkin,1C1wyn VV., 78, 152 Luft, John, 214 Luke. 1Vi11ian1, 413 Luke, VVing, 106, 117, 159,186,305 Lukin, Herb. 360 Lukins, Dorothy R., 7 8, 381 Lumm, Joanna, 386 Lund, Carol, 380 Lund Frederick, 314 Lund Helen Ann, 214, 215 217 Lund 351 Judith I., 78, 355 Lund LeRoy, 419 Lund Lois, 324, 381 Lund Odd A., 78, 404 Lund, Philo YV., 78,308, 410 Lund Donald, 214 Lund 1Valter Jr., 78. ,424 Lundberg, Prof. George A.. 22 Lundberg, Harriet, 292 Lundberg, L. A., 319 Lundberg, Margaret E., 78, 191. 208, 288, 291, 294, 328. 380 Lundberg, Richard M., 78 Lundberg, Ruth. 351 Lundle. Marilyn L., 78, 117. Lundeen, Alice, 387 Lundeen, Robert, 323 Lundy, Raymond, 404 Lungreen, Margo, 386 Lurei, Norman, 417 f'-LIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIllllllllllIIllIlIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllg G. ILKIN PRI T1 G 5 EXPERT cnnrismfn 5 2 rua 1011 5 2 STMIQNEQY E 2 Anuouueilnrms g E 4223 universify Way E 5 Zi.TII!3.Z.VZZS"' DANCE Deoemxms g - I I O allIIllllllllllllIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE 467 M General Contractors for . . . o Libre ry Addition o New Electrical Engineering Builciinq SOUND CONSTRUCTION 81 ENGINEERIING CO. Seattle, Woslwiligton Mletic Wea tor the A tew items we feature: Riddell Shoes Spalding and' MacGregor Golf and Tennis supplies Wool body, leather sleeve iackets 'A' ATHLETIC SUPPLY COMPANY 208 Seneca Street SEneca l73O Seattle l Lust, Vernile, 403 Luster, Albert BZ, 78. 85, 304, 419 Luster, Carl, 415 Lutey,lV.G.,11S Luther Club. 344 Lutz, George C., 78 Lutz, Paul, 314 Luvera. Phylis, 120. 302, 386 Lycette, John. 401 Lyden, Fremont. 214 Lyden, Tifaldo. 327 Lydgate, Lois, 329. 377 Lyle, Ronald G., 78, 322, 335, 416 Lynch, Patricia, 138, 302. 374 Lynch, Roger, 416 Lynch, YVilliarn, 397 Lynde, Charles. 404 Lyons, Daniel A., 78, 391, 404 Lyon, Jacqueline, 213, 214, 225, 316, 379 Lyon, Joseph TV., 78 Lyon, Virginia, 366 Lysell, Helen, 445 Maas, Olive. 288 MacAuley, Janet, 378 MacCreary, Phyllis, 443 MacDonald, Ariel, 170, 173, 369 MacDonald, Don, 80, 407 Ma53li9onald, Frances. MacDonald, Ian, 407 MacDonald, Jack, 407 MacDonald, Jean, 435 Miglgronald, Kendall. Mzgglgonald, Marion, MacDonald, Patricia, 372. 374 MacDonald, Sally, 374 MacDougal, Beje, 378 MacFadden, Nancy, 138, 375 MacFarland, Douglas 409 MacGauley, Bruce, 284 MacGeorge, James. 408 MacGeorge, Thomas, 285, 305, 408 MacGilvra. Robert, 337. 398 MacGougan. Denny, 160, 305. 306, 419 Maclnnis. Setwart, 338 Maclnnis, Virginia, 363 Mack, Chet. 313 Mack, Don R., 80, 221, 304. 308. 399 Mack, TVilliani, 323, 342 Mackay, TV. G.. 43, 80, 404 Mackenzie. Prof. Don- ald. 30. 117 MacKenzie, Dorothy. 377 MacKenzie, Fred, 41:2 MacKenzie, Nancy, 132,383,442 Mackey, Dorothy. 367 MacKey, Hallie, 345 Mackie, Robert. 276, 307. 407 Mackie, Virginia, 130 MacKinnon. Merle, 379 MacLa.ne, Bill, 336, 393 MacLean, Dorothy, 123 lvlfgrigliet, Clean, 213, Mackleit, Vernald, 213, 214 MacMillan, Ian, 404 MacNichols, James G., 80, 323 MaeNichols, Lucia,376 Madden, James, 420, 439 ' Madden, Geraldine, 295, 445 Maddox, Jane. 337, 4-15 Maddox, Vifilliam, 414 MadEson. James, 214. 22 Madsen, Arne, 308 Madsen, Ilene M., 80. 297. 375 Madsen, Mattias, 408 Madsen, Ken, 433 Maffei, Albert, 449 Magarinsky, Galena, 302, 316, 371 Mager, Pat, 192, 372 Magill, Bob, 403 Magnuson, Cathleen, 447 Magnusson, E. F.. 225 Magowan, Donald, 407 Maquire, Elizabeth, 442 Maquire, Fred A., 80, 396 Maquire, Thomas I-lf., 80, 323, 401 Magrillo, William, 346 Mahaffey, Donald, 393 Maher, Donald. 346 Main, Gerald, 416 Maine, Stanley, 427 Maines. Bonnie, 288, 293, 315, 377 Maines, Clifford B., 80, 397 Mains, Jo Ann, 369 Mairet, Charles, 399 Maismith, Zeta, 322 Maitland, Peter, 422 Majers, Florine F., 80, 133, 336, 376 Maker, Nancy, 134 Makinson, Emmy-Lou, 80, 322, 331, 370 Makus, Anna, 373 Makus, Edna, 372 Makus, John, 397 Malamutes. 306 Malby, Marion, 342 Malcolm, James, 406 Mallery,Frances, 386 Mallory, James, 255, 274, 275, 320. 416 Mallory, Saly. 377 Mailloy, Marion. 342, . 76 Malm, Roy, 215, 323 Malone. Philip, 80, 416 Maloney, Pat, 418 Maloney, Robert M., 80, 395 Maloney, Sue, 386 Maloney, Tom E., 80, 395 ltdgrgagerial Council, 7 Manchester, Georgia J.. 80, 329. 335, 380 Mangels, John, 449 Mangen, Margaret, 351 Mangold, Janet, 373 Mangold, Jeanne, 373 Manley, Jo Ann, 369 Mann, Mary Ellen, 80 Manner, Charles. 406 Manning, Donald, 428 Manning, Glenna, 289 376 Manning, Sally. 379 Manolicle, Mary. 379 Manlolidgs, Theodosia, 8 , 37 1 Manring, Billie, 379 Mansfield, Larry, 336 Mansfield, Thomas. 284, 312, 400 Manson, Marcus, 400 Manston, Pat, 311 Maples, Bette Anne, 215. 217 Marander. Myron, 344 Marble, Floyd, 405 Marble, Mary, 191, 294, 380 Marckworth, Dean Gordon D., 28, 117, 121 Marcoe, YVillard, 402 Marcus, Ashton, 404 Mardon. Marilyn, 215, 217 Margiotta, Anthony, 410 Maricie, James, 421 Marie, Anka, 328 Marilley, Alfred D., 80 Markey, Joseph. 323 Markhart, Lyle, 327 Marklund, L, Lee, 80, 314 Marler, Irvine A., 80 Marple, Gloria, 442 Mirquard, Edrie, 344, 87 Marquardt, Mary, 214, 218, 376 Marquardt, Voni, 311 Marroy, Edgar, 406 Marsh, Frederick. 323 Meggsh. Prof. Harold. Marsh, William, 439 Marshall, Constance, 342, 447 Marshall. Delores, 328, 370 Marshall, Jim, 418 Marshall, Marilyn M., 80, 364, 377 Marshall, Pat. 418 Martell, James, 400 Martenson, Carl. 281 Martin, Alan O., 80,336 Martin Charles E., 22 Martin, Clarice, 441 Martin. Donna Lee, 91, 366 Martin, Emil M., 80, 336. 411 Martin, Frederick, 322, 348 Martin, Helen, 442 Martin, Prof. Howard H., 22 Martin, Jack, 408 Martin, MfSgt. J.. 41 Martin. Jerry. 144, 393 Martin, Joanne, 241, 347, 447 Martin, John C., 80, 397 1 . Martin, Marilyn E., 80, 215. 223, 322, 331 Martin, Norma, 137, 138. 139. 302, 374 Martin, Paul, 418 Martin. Robert D.. 80, 308. 320. 408, 418 Martin, Ruth. 333 Maritim, Thomas, 397 4 2 Martin, TVilliam. 404 Maritinson. Margaret, 'J 5 f Maryatt, Charles, 416 Maskel. Robert, 346 lwagsjogn, John, 319, 325, Mason. Marjorie, 379 Mason, Patricia. 337, 371 Massey, Elaine, 366 Massie. Fred. 215 Mast, Harold, 392 Master. Eleanor, 442 Maston. Earl C., 80 Mates, Eileen. 350 Mathers, Harold, 405 Matheson, Douglas N., 80, 277, 406 Matheson, John, 414 Mathews. Jacqueline, 325. 336. 370 Mathews, 'Barbara J., 80. 374 Mathews. Norman, 424 Mathews, Penuel, 405 Mathias, James, 219 Mathis. June, 80 Mathis, Lester, 198 Mathis, Marilyn. 5, 80, 82, 119, 120. 162, 217, 300. 303. 334, 340, 367 Mathisen, Ole, 344 Mathisen, Paul, 344 Mathison, Paul, 314 Matland, Conrad, 283, 285, 407 Matsen, Ralph, 213, 215 Matson, Beverly, 445 Matson, Lois. 333 Matsuda, Bessie. 80. 436 Matsuda, Katherine, 311 Mattace, Jean. 292, 322 Mathaei, George L., 80. 221, 410 Matthews, Duane, 396 Matthews, Fred, 421 Magtyhews, Mary Pat. 3 Matthews, Mary Sto- ver, 371 Matthews, Robert. 396 Mattocks, Marilyn, 347 Mattson, Irving, 413 Mattson, Vinsent, 344 Matzdorf. Nancy, 375 Matzkind, Ruth. 445 Maughan, Lorraine, 387, 441 Mauer, Charles F., 80, 393 Maurer, Janet, 291, 376 ltlauzey, Mary, 215 Maxwell. Mary, 136. 138, 203, 302, 309. 359, 380 Maxwell, Richard, 412 May. Charles E., 16, 121 May, Delbert. 428 May, Ernest L.. 80, 221 May, Kenneth, 410 Ma5gbSteve, 146, 147. Maybee, Archie. 428 Maybee, Bette Lou, Sl Mayberg, John B., 81, 276, 323 Mayberg, Pete, 276 Mayer, Harry, 449 Mayer, Jack, 421 Mayer, Nadine, 155, 214, 225, 340, 367 Mayo, Dorothy, 336 McAdams. Laura, 219 McA1ister, Bill. 209 McAllister, Margaret, 337 McAllister. Nadine. 441 McArthur, Thad, 107, 261, 305, 320, 419 McAssey, Bruce. 411 MoAuley, Robert, 397 McBain, Duane, 414 McB'eth, Betty. 311 McBride, Albert, 241, l 40.3 McBride, Duwain, 419 McBurney, Williain, 313 McCabe, James, 346, 449 McCabe, Mary. 330 McCaffery, James, 313 Mc1C?in, Mary Helell. 4 McCamb, Bill, 190 McCallum, Barney, 241, 307 McCallum, David, 407 McCallum, John, 397 McCallum, Marilyn, 373 McCandliss, Robert S.. McDaniel, Muriel, 445 McDaniel, YVilliam, 305,419,449 McgDannold, Nancy, 77 McDermott, Ray, 400 McDonald, Alice, 342 Melgltgnnaltl, Dorothy, MdDonald, Jack, 406 Mglggnald, Katherine Mhnonaia, Lee, 400 McDonald, Lois, 384 Mriginley, Carolyn, McKinstry, Geneva, 384 McKinstry, Ronald, 407 McKlein, W'alter, 345 McKulla, Kay, 288, 292, 432, 435 McLain, William, 413 McLane, Bill, 165 McLane, Donald, 393 McLaren, Gordon, 79, McDonald, Marion, 379 Molgolialcl, Richard K., f McDonald, Rosemary 79, 377 McDonell, Agnes, 384 Mclbonough, Daniel J., 51, 79, 150. 339 McDonough, Nancy Ann, 79. 383 McDowell, Frederick, 424 Mcldleney, Philip, 43, 221, 324 McElhoe, Forrest L., 79, 437 MCEIFOY. Mar,g'arct, ' 2, 381 29 lX1cElroy,1Villiam. 399 McEwen, L. H., 225 McEvoy, Patrick. 419 78 McCarroll. Patricia. 44" McCarthy, Charles. 308,408 , , McCarthy, Claire, 2.75 McCarthy, 419 Jack, 305, McCarthy, Robert. 324 McKay, Ro McCartne3'. Janet. 365 McCartney, Lawrence. 408 McCartney. Robert. 423 McCarty, Arthur. 42-l McCauley, Bernard. 423 Q McCauley, James. 404. 439 McCauley, Michael, 7 8, 152 McClain, XValter C.. 78 McClaren, Duncan, 46 McClellan. Malcolm D., 78, 413 McClelland, Frank. 404 McClenehan, R. M., 46 McClintock, Mary, 386 McClure, Hugh, 405 McClure, Pat. 16 McCracken, Philip, 419 McCracken, Troy. 397 McCredy, Clarence, 392 Mccglley, Myron, 422 McComas, Robert H., 78, 214, 327 McComb, William, 423 McConahey, Douglas, 398 MeConkey, Paul, 407 McConnel. Albert. 346 McConnell, James, 319, 425 McCool, William F., 78, 415 H McCorkle, Jane. 375 McCormack, James, 260, 405 McCormick, Doug, 122. 323. 437 , McCormick, Fred, 152, 419 McCormick, Perry, 187 McCormick. Therese, 374 McCoy, Dale, 411 McCoy, Gretchen, 366 McCoy, Layton, 214, 217, 219, 225 McCoy, Lincoln, 409 McCoy,Marianna, 441 McCoy, R. B.. 46, 424 McCoy, Shirley J., 78, 351, 355 McCullom, Frances. 310 McCullough, Patricia, 435 Mctgulluh, Mary, 325, 3 6 McCurdey, Richard, 426 McCurdy, Dean.323 McCurdy, Margaret, L., 78, 125, 168, 173, 384 McCurdy, R, A., 43 McCurdy, Thomas, 401 Mutchen, John, 78,220, 327 McCutcheon, Robert, 225 McFadden. Sheila, 375 McFarland, Jack, 187 McFarland, Robert, 308 McFarlane, Doug, 279 McFarlane, Robert L., 79, 408 McFate, Joyce, 213, 310 McGalliard, Sara Jane, 330, 348. 376 McGill, Andrew. 323 McGill, Frederick, 400 McGinnis, James, 407 McGinnis, John, 407 McGirr, Dave, 120, 185, 263, 305, 342 McGirr, Donald, 407 McGoldrick, Carl, 416 McGonagle. Philip, 395 McGovern, Mrs. Fos- ter, 19 McGovern, YVilliam C., 51, 79, 238. 286, 287, 301. 304, 320, 407 McGownd, Jane, 292 McGrath, Jack, 402 McGravan, Theodore, 406 McGregor House. 43 8, 439 McGrew, John C., 79, 319. 325, 405 McGuiness, Margaret, 441 McS51inness.Douglas, McGuinness. Sally, 351 McGuire, Donald, 215, 217, 225 McGuire, John, 346 McHugh, Charles, 79, 324 McHugh, Robert, 225 Mcllraith, Glenna J., 79. 386 Mcllrath, Harvey F,, 79 Mclnnis, Mac, 261 Mclnnis, Stewart, 337 Mclnnis, Virginia, 79, 380 Mclnroe, Gerry, 419 Mclntosh, Sarah, 345 Mclnt re Michael. 225 Y . McIntyre, Harry, 214, 326 McKay, Bruce, 420 McKay, Dick, 276 McKay, Donald, 408 Mglfbay, Jane M.. 79. bert B., 79. 360, 411, 449 McKay, William, 216 McKee Hall, 444, 445 McKee, Kenneth, 412 McKee, Roxie, 350 McKeever. Helen, 137, 369 McKennon, Alton, 338 McKenzie, Allen, 413 McKenzie, Fred, 396 McKenzie, Marion, 79. 387 McKeon, Donald, 410 McKeown, Kathleen, 128,129,130, 137, 302. 384 McKinley, Betty, 435 221 McLarney, Art, 246, 266 McLauchlan, Fred, 342 McLaughlin, Cather- ine, 164 McLaughlin, James, 395 McLaughlin, Kather- ine A, 79, 370 McLaughlin, Meno, 134 McLaughlin, Muriel, 374 McLaughlin Pierre, 406 McLaughlin, Ralph ifl., 79 McLaughlin, Robert G., 263, 320 McLean, Jack TV., 79, 327 McLean, Luther, 408 McLean, Marilou, 443 McLean, Robert, 147, 241, 399 McLean. YVilliam. 399 McLellan, Peter M., 79 Mciiiiaeod, Patricia, 119, McMahan, Clinton. 323 McMahill, Conrad M., 79. 321, 416 McMahon, James, 322 McManes, Vivian, 311 McMaster, Eugene, 402 McMillan, Edward, 338 McMillin. Frederick, 219. 225 McMinn, Prof. Bryan T., 27 McMinn, Jean. 378 McMullen, Anita, 346 McNair. Clifford, 79, 360 McNamara., Gerald, 416 McNamara, Richard YV., 79, 163, 337, 403 Mcglggamee, Davis P., 79, McNamee, Elizabeth, 136. 138, 291 McNamee. S. Law- rence, 79, 393 McNaughton, Marga- ret, 887 Mcgleal, YVa.rren F., 80, 3 6 McNeely, Lenore, 441 McNeil, Harold, 418 McNeil, Manford, 245, 280, 320, 321, 405 McNeil, Verle. 279, 418 McNeill, Darlejean, 445 McNeill, Lt. Comdr, D. C.. 44 MgN5ill, Robert A., 80, 7 McNeilly, Bil, 286. 395 McNerthney, Thomas, 415 McNerthney, Virginia, 377 McNicoll, Alastair, 80, 428 McNickols. James. 221 McNiven, Frank, 401 McNurlin. Charles A., 80 McNutt, Charles R.. 80, 313, 348 McNutt, Del, 105, 117, 119, 143, 415 McNutt, Roger. 313 McNuyy, Clarabeth, 435 McPhail, Roderick, 415 McPhi, Ronald, 426 McPherson, Harold, 414 McPherson, Mary, 215. 211 McQuarrie, Robert, 395 McQueen, Halton, 213, 214, 347 McQueen, Lawrence, 349 McQueen, Margaret, 366 McQuire, Maureen, 346 .,, I 1 f Qigrgiii B U I L D G MATERIAL , . 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Jane, 333 Moore, Margaret, 336 Moore, Marvin, 410 Moore, Normand, 400 Moore, Sandy, 284 Moore 445 Moore Moore Moore ,Shirley L.. 82, ,Vivian A., 82 , XVallace, 398 YVilliam, 3 93 Mootares, Dorothy, 311 Moran, James E , 82, 392 Moran, Malcom, 306, 401 Moorehead, Richard. 406 Morellato. Teo, 46, 410 Moreman, Lee J.. 82, 424 Moremen, Jean E., 82 Morency, Mary, 246 Morford, George, 414 Morgord, James, 404 Morgan, Allen, 245, 280, 399 Morgan, Barbara, 131, 137, 138.187, 303, 384 Morgan, Charlotte, 311, 347 Morgan, Don, 279 Morgan, Dorothy, 187, 384 Morgan, Florence, 322, 441 Morgan, Irving, 408 Morgan, Richard, 407 Morgan, Rosemary, 445 Morgenthaler, Albert C., 32, 404 Moriarity, Charles, 119, 305, 308, 407 Moriarity, Jean, 133. 375 . I M0riaritY. PatrICl3f, 369 Moringn, May. 222 Morisset, Carlyn, 445 Morman. Jean, 369 Morrill, Howard, 420 Morris, Alexandra, 135. 447 Murphy, Esther M., 83, 155. 340, 387 Nelson Morris Barbara. 3 1 0 Morris. Bill, 281, 301 Morris David, 410 Morris, Donna, 447 Morris, Frank, 412 Morris Helen. 311. 336 Morris, Jack A.. 82 Morris, Martha, 215 Morris, Mary- 366 Morris Nellie Jo, 82, 351 Morris, Ray 319 Morris Robert, 82, 395 Morris. Roy E. 82 Morris, 1Va1ter H., 82 Morrison, Margaret M.. 82, 447 Morrison, Raeburn. 21.5. 217 Morrison, Robert, 411 Morrison, Seth, 399 Morrison, Rev. Thom- as J.. 346 Morrison, YVarren, 400 Morrow, Diane, 135. 378 Morrow, Bob, 403 Morse, Harold A., 82 Morse, Joan. 136, 366 Morse, Lew, 253 Morseth, Richard. 400 Mortar Board. 300 Mortenson. Bert, 272 Morton, John, 336 Morton, Sylvia, 343. 382 Moseley, Spencer, 216 Mosich. Harold. 424 Moss, Richard, 396 Mossman, Mary. 136, 316, 371 I Mostosky, Patricia, 82, 112,119,120, 122, 1.33. 163. 303. 316. 334, 372 Motteler. Delbert. 400 Mottet, A. L.. 225 Mottler, Howard, 398 Mounce, Robert, 336 Mount, Dorothy, 366 Mowry, Wayne, 400 Moyle, Jeanette. 376 Mozorosky, Janet, 441 Muckey, Marilyn J., 82 Mucklestone. John, 145, 390, 408 Mucklestone. Robert. 144, 146, 260, 403 Mudd, Merle. 18 Mueller, Donna J., 82. 98, 117, 137. 303, 432, 447 ' Mueller, Emilie. 107, 121,134, 302. 374 Mueller, Grant. 318 Muffly, Dorothy J., 82, 379 Muffly, Robert, 413 Muir, Robert J., 82, 262. 263, 320 Mukerji, Mohi. 193 Mulder, Bill, 146 Mulder, John, 413 Mulhern, Marv L., 374 Mullen, Don. 281 Mullen, Ronald, 279, 404 Mullen, Shirley, 136, 369 Mullin. Terry, 393 Mullineaux, Donal, 433. 439 Mullineaux, Richard, 214. 219 Mullins, Dorothy, 3 47, 385 Mulvehill, Jack, 408 Mulvey, Anne. 135, 302. 369 Munce, Dorothy, 218, 345 Munce,1Varfield, 345 Munday, Dave, 415 Mundt, YVilliam, 415 Munn, Marguerite, 322. 331, 436 Munro, Prof. Kath- leen, 22, 118 Munro, Mae, 447 Munson, Paul, '395 Munter. Robert, 410 Munz, Doris, 367 Mn Phi Epsilon, 222 Murdock, Carol B., 82, 150, 157, 334 Murphy, George, 415 Murphy Harriet, A141 Murphy James, 323 Murphy, Marilyn, 346 Murphy, Richard, 314 Murphy, R. 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B., 225 Owen, Frank, 406 Owen, Nancy, 374 Owen, Thomas, 408 P mvfrltiouai ,.., Owen, Tracy, 209 Owens, Charles, 116, 117, 121 Owens, Richard, 449 Owings, John, 416 Oyuna, David, 313 Ozerkoff, Irene, 85, 385 Ozsezen, Yalcin, 324 Paauw, Douglas, 216 Pabst, Olive, 216 Pacey, Joan, 206, 372 Pacher, Jane, 369 Payne, Blanche, 222 Payne, Donald, 411 Payne, I-Ierb, 403 Payne, James, 322 Payne , Roland, 414, 433 Paynton, Elizabeth, 220 Peak, Duane, 45 Pearce, Greta, 383 Pearce, Prof. J. Kenneth, 28 Pgarce, Pamela, 324, 81 Pearce, Patricia, 367 Pearce, Williani, 395 Pearson, Alfred S., 86 Pearson, Barbara, 333 Pearson, Betty, 121, Pacquer, Robert, 212, 215, 225 Paddock, Prisk, S5 Paden, David, 410 Paden, Mariann, 333 Padgett, Lloyd, 428 Padvorac, Ray, 209 Page, Page, Ada May, 345, 436 Donald, 215, 216 Page, Roy, 85, 409 125, 432, 434, 435 Pegalgson, Carol. 330, 348, Pearson Conrad, 403 Pearson: Douglass, 4 04 Pearson-, Ermen, 225 Pearson, Gene, 433 Pearson, Patricia, 375 Pearson, Paul, 345 Page, VV. D., 85, 332,406 Palmer, Dale, 323, 439 Palmer, David, 322, 335 Peck, Lois, 374 Peck, Richard, 415 Peckenpaugh, John D., 86, 322, 335, 396 Palmer, Dean, 168, 169, 170,171,172,174 Palmer, James, 214 Palmer, John, 213, 214 Palmer, Marjorie, 325, 370 Palmer, Peter, 329, 397 Palmer, Phil, 105. 113, 117, 213, 215, 221, 433, 439 Palmer, Robert, 404 Palmer, Russ, 428 Palmer, Sharon, 348, 435 Pedersen, Elmer, 414 Pedersen, Robert, 225 Pedersen, William A., 86, 397 Pederson, Orlland, 413 Pederson Ronald, 407 Peek, Dan, 147 Peek, Don, 277, 408 Peffer, Dorothy, 86 Peirce, Betty Rae, 372 Peirson, Carol. 119 Pekins, Cecil, 322 Pelland, Paul, 439 Pellett, VV21lil'Bl1, 337 Pan Xenia, 338 Panek, 225, 3 George, 221, 23 Papapostolou, Constantine, 439 Pappas, Zola, 218 Pagrigtti, TValter, 320, '9 Paris, Jean, 345, 443 Parker , George, 397 Parker, Gordon, 152, 213, 214, 339 Pendleton, Wayne, 214 Parker, Herdinia, 333 Parker, Jacqueline, 'Wes tern 131, 136, 368 Parker, Jim, 403 Parker, John, 407 Parker , 1VIary, 214, 215 Parker, Maxine, 384 Parkhurst, Robert D., 86, 439 Parkhurst, YValter, 393 Parkins, Vvilliam, 214 Parks, Parks, Alice, 441 Arthur, 319 Parks, Beverly, 367 Parks, Billie, 387,447 Parks, Ralph, 395 Parks, Margre-t Jane, 86, 322, 331, 435 Pelto, Matt, 216 Pelton, Ruth, 381 Pelz, Freda, 219 Pembroke. John, 396 Pence, Mark, 410 Pence, Orville, 208, 337 Peiigdergrass, Yvalter, Pendleton, Marilyn A., 86, 199, 356 Piigdleton, Patricia K., Pendleton, Penny, 132, 303 Penn, Homer, 428 Peinn, Patricia, 86, 330, '48 Pennling, John R., 86, 214, 217 Penny, Madelyn, 443 Pe1ri1??y', Patricia, 292, Pepper, Eugene, 313 Percich, Charles, 346 Percival, Diane, 375 Percival, Richard, 395 Perkins, Bill, 403 Pexrliins, Jacqueline, 7 Pairilgs, Robert, 221, 325, Parr, Kenneth, 436 Perkins, Mary, 447 Perlin, Cecil, 421 Perlman, Robert, 86 Peterson, David, 156, 179, 321, 339,415 Peterson, Donald, 325, 326 Peterson, Erick, 219 Peterson, Floyd, 86 Peterson Frithjof 215 Peterson: Gerald, 391 Peterson, Gertrude, 369 Peterson, Gordon, 220, 313, 424 Peterson, Harold, 146, 420 Peterson, Harry, 439 Peterson, Jack, 416 Peterson, James, 305, 425 Peterson, Janice, 370 Peterson, Joanne, 372 Peterson-, .John lfi., 86 Peterson, Keene, 335 Peterson, Ken, 209, 337, 348 Peterson, Leontina, 310 Peterson, Marilyn J., 86, 377 Peterson, Mary L., 86, 315 Peterson, Milo, 423 Peterson, Mollie, 374 Peterson, Nita, 383 Peterson, Patricia, 443 Peterson, Peter, 314 Peterson, Phyllis, 135, 384 Peterson Ray, 208 Peterson: Raymond, 400 Pe-terson, Raymond, 401 Peterson, Richard, 396 Peterson, Robert, 408 Peterson, Shirley, 135, 384 Peterson, Thelma, 333 Peterson, Tvarren R., 86, 396 Peterson, YVes, 418 Peterson YVilliam 419 Petranofi, Gloria, 371 Petrey, Gerald, 395 Petterson, Dick, 279, 396 Petteys, John, 86,324 Pettitt, E. W., 413 Pettus, Dorothy, 330, 348 Petty, Charles, 322 Peyton, Grant, 415 Pfau, Lowell, 215, 223 Pflug, Frances. 292, 447 Phelan, Beth, 311 Phelan, Donald, 404 Phelps, Alice M., 87 Phelps, Nancy, 366 Phi Beta Kappa, 217 Phi Chi Delta, 347 Phi Delta Theta, 407 Phi Gamma Delta, 408 Phi Kappa Psi, 409 Phi Kappa, Sigma, 410 Phi Kappa Tau, 411 Phi Lambda Upsilon, 219 Phi Mu, 381 Phi Mu Gamma, 356 Phi Sigma Kappa, 412 Phi Sigma Sigma, 382 Phi Zeta. 336 Parsons, Anna, 447 Parsons, Bruce, 416 Parsons, Harry, 306 Parson - James, 322 s, Paschke, Violet, 351 Perrault, Beverly, 333 Perrin, Alton M., 86, 152 Perrin, Don, 391 Perrin, Robert, 439 Perrins, Robert, 86, 324 Patch, Elinor, 112, 164, 316, 367 Patch, Robert, 323 Paton, Richard, 213, Perry, Personeus, Frank, 395 215, 416 Patten, William, 428 Patterson, Edie, 432 Patterson, Ednamary, 86, 443 Patterson, Joanne, 336 Patterson, Patricia M. 86, 311 Patterson, R. R., 43 Patterson, Robert, 336 Patterson, Roland, 424 Patti3t6ei'son, Rosalind, Philips, Richard, 284. 400 Phillips, Betty, 443 Phillips, Caro, 198 Phillips, Elaine, 330 Phillips, George S., 87, 327 Phillips, Jirn, 418 Phillips, Lila, 291, 441 Perry, Dallis, 412 Perry, Dave, 418 Perry, Don-, 418 Perry, Glen, 336, 406 Perry, Gloria, 333 Perry, John, 323 Perry, Pete, 418 Perry, Ralph, 152 Perry, Richard, 346, 428 Pegigigy, Rudolph, 225, Pefif, Thaddeus, 215, 220, 327, 428 Thorton, 335 Paterson, Wade B., 86 Patterson, Yvilliam, 86 Patton, Della, 351 Patton, Harry, 86, 119, 158, 339, 428 Patton, Lee, 120, 395 Patton, Robert, 108, 416 Patty, Dale, 400 Paul, James K., 86 Paul, Mac, 348 Paulicheck, Lois, 435 Peliisinger, M fSgt. L., Persons, Dave, 306 Pesznecker, David, 414 Pesznecker, YVallace, 336, 423 Phillips, Martha, 345 Phillipson, Margaret, 322, 331, 447 Plgggpott, Betty L., 87, Phoutrides, Aristedes, 215 Phrateres, 310, 311 Pi Alpha, 336 Pi Alpha Sigma, 340 Pi Beta Phi, 383 Pi Kappa Alpha. 413 Pi Kappa Phi, -114 Pi Lambda, Theta, 219 Picha, Jamest C., 87 Pickett, Dwana, 376 Pickett, George S., 87, Paulsen, David F., 43, 86, 409 Paulson, Owen, 43, 323 Paulson, Thomas, 426 Pavlovsky, Chester, 336 Pax, James F., 86 Payne, Ancil, 216, 217 Peters, Nancy Ann, 36, 310 Peters, Richard, 221 Peters, Ronald, 449 Peters, Thomas H., 86 Petersen, Don, 313 Petersen, Gerald, 402 Petersen, Raymond, 324 Petersky, Millard, 427 Peterson, Bill, 279 Peterson, Charlie, 144 Peterson Peterson , Clifford, 345 ,Da1e, 413 332 Pickrell, Robert, 415 Pie-dalue, Eloise, 87, 337, 369 Piehl, Joy, 322 Piekenbrock, Betty, 386 Pierce, Al, 403 Pierce, Bobette, 369 Pierce, Pierce, Eugene, 215 ,217 Frances, 382 Pierce, Robert, 404 Pierone, Nancy, 87, 377 Pierson, Cheryl, 374 ofa 77Zodefzd If need not be old fo have frodifionol flavor . . . 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Virginia, 44 Porter, Patricia A., 87, 351 Porter, R. G., 46 Porter Virginia, 311 Post, Roberta, 447 Post, Marilyn, 366 POlf6'1',1P21tt5', 380 Potter, Jessica, 345, 435 Potterud, Eleanor, 131, 135, 224, 302, 367 Poulin, Pauline, 377 Powell, Anabel, 135 Powell, Glen, 426 Powell, Howard, 323 Powell, Powell, John H., 87, 261, 391, 395 Powell, Kent, 419 Powell, Robert, 87, 332 423 Ptlwell, '1' fSgt. S. YV., 1 Power, Bob, 272, 273 J l ower, 321 Ptrwe-r, John, 214, 215, . . -16, 439 Powers, Bob, 122 Powers, Donna, 441 Powers, Francis, 399 Powers, Dean Francis F., 24 Powers, Frank, 346 Powers, Juanita, 348, 349 Powers, Prof. Leland E., 33, 161 Powers, lvlargaret, 134 302 ' , 344 Powlison, Pete, 259, 5 Joan E., 87, 371 James, 156, 214. 1 261, 301, 304, 320, 329, 338 Piasch, Richard, 214 Prather, Sam, 410 Pratt, Arthur XV., 87, 415 Pratt, Prof. Frank H., 35 Pratt, Sanders, 415 Pratt, NVillard, 225 Pratt, NVilliam, 401 Precheck, John, 147, 238, 277, 286, 320, 405 474 445 Prigbore, Phyllis Hart, 88, 375 Prim, Vlfayne L., 88,404 Primozick, Frank, 337 Primozick, Marjory, 337 Prince, Elaine J., 88, 441 Prince, Margaret, 351 Prince, Richard, 405 Prince, Stan, 306 Pringle, Arthur J., 16 Pritchett, James, 426 Pritchett, John, 322 Probert, Shirley, 88 Proctor, Jack, 404 Proctor, Margaret A., 83, 380 Proctor, Betty, 12, 135, 136,164, 186, 302, 377 Profitt, Len, 348 Propeller Club, 335 Proper, Roberts, 225 Prophet, Jerry, 321, 425 Provo, Frederick L., 77, 83, 233, 236, 240, 283, 301, 304, 320, 397 Pruter, Alonzo, 213, 214 Pryor, Thomas, 393 Psi Upsilon, 415 Puckett, David, 409 Pugh, Lloyd, 412 Puddicombe, Ray, 156, 321, 342 Pulsifefr, Dan, 119, 306, 308, 321, 323 Pumphrey, Margaret, 441 Punnett, John, 428 Punnett, Patricia J., 88 Purcell, Diane, 88, 366 Purcell, Dolores, 373 Purcell, Geraldine, 88 Purcell, Joe, 88, 397 Purdy, Donald D., 88, 223, 345 Purple Shield, 305 Purves, Miles, 449 Purvis, Albert, 225, 319 Purvis, John, 220 Putman, James, 335 Putman, T fSgt. M. D., 41 Putnam, Betsy F., 88, 377 Putnam, John, 193, 426 Q Quackenbusch, Clay- ton, 395 Qtranstrom, Jack, 215, L17 Querry, Marion, 441 Quick, Robert H., 88. 323, 419 Quickstad, Robert, 393 Quigley, Rosemary, 294, 380 Quinn, Barbara A., 38, 169, 173,177, 191, 235, 294, 380 Quinn, Charles, 424 Quinn, Herbert XV., 88, 428 Raasch, Rhoda, 214 Raguym, Gustav, 273, A l Raglger, Barbara, 384, ' 7 Rabowski, Lucille, 443 Race. Helen. 133, 371 Radcliffe, Charles, 407 Radeke, Dick. 401 Rader, Joyce. 215 Radford, E. Sanderson, Radford, Loren, 214 Radovich, Mary Jo, 373 Radwick, Robert, 400, 429 Rafferty, Donald K.. S8, 313 ltatish, Melvin. 427 Rafter. Carol Jane, 88, 376 Ragge, Hal, 219 Ragle, Emily Gene, 88 294. 297. 380 Ragsdale, Jessie, 293, 295. 443 Rahskopf, Horace G., 23, 337 Rainey, Jackson, 405 Rainey, June, 436 Rake, John, 400 Raley, James, 121, 400 Ralston. Richard. 323 Rairgia, Bethadell, 88, 2 Ramaker, Nancy, 131, 203. 309. 374 Rambeck, LeRoy S., 88, 208, 327, 329 Ramberg, John, 419 Ramlaerg, Norma, 138, 37 Ramey, Frank, 322 Ramey, Richard, 449 Ramsey, James A., 88 Ranch, Robert, 400 Randall, Randall, Randall, Charles, 428 Ernest, 260 Heaton, 404 Randall, Leota M., 83, 384 Randall,Willia1n, 405 Randlett, Herbert B., 88. 397 Randolph, Mary A., 74 88.183, 300. 303, 364, 375 Raney, Bud, 280 Rank, Robert, 313 Rankert, E. H.. 46 Ransich, Anita, 330, 369 Ransich. Mary Lou, 136. 365, 384 Raphatowitz. Art. 394 Raport, Betty May. 135, 365, 368 Rapp, Marvin, 425 Rapp, Roberta L.. 88 Rasanen, Dr. Paul R., 223 Rashford. James, 425 Rasmussen, Dolores 36 Rasmussen, Gordon, 399 Rasmussen, John R., 88, 332, 348, 423 Rasmussen, Pat, 330, 48 Rasmussen, Robert, Ra1ta?bone, Pat, 336 Rathjen, Barbara, 345. Raltllilffe, Paul R., 389, R2Ex?gns, Fred J., 88 Raver, Ruthella, 373 Rawlinson, Donald, 396 Rawson, Gracie Kay, 88 Ray, Betty, 370 Ray, Prof. D. L., 217 Ray, LaVerne. 311 Ray, Ruth N., 88, 344, 379 Raymond, Barbara, 88, 374 Raymond George, 406 Raymond., Howard, 398 Raymond, John, 428 Robert. 406 Raynes. Marlys. 351, 355 Raynor, Edna. 215, 217 Reaber, Raymond H., 88, 325 Read, Allen, 344 Reald, William M., 17, 1 9 Ream, Roberta, 346 Reardon, Barbara IC-. 88. 369 Reasoner, Henry A., 33 Rebideau. Irene C., 83, 223 Rector, Shirley, 383 Redhead, YValden K.. 88, 187, 424 Redman, Gloria, 384 Redman, Robert, 408 Redman, Fred. 4 07 Redpath, Annalou, 369 Reebs, F 405 Reebs, V red, 305, 348. era, 88. 330. 218 348. 349 Reed, Beverly. 333 Reed, Jack. 322 Reed, Robert E., SS. 153, 314. 420 Reed, 1Villiam, 1123 402 Reeder, Ardene, 1178 Reeder. Betty, 467 Reeder, Carolyn, 12141. 378 Reehling, Hal P.. 88 Reehling, Patricia, 255-1 Reekie, lillagrace. 36-1. 386 Reen, Glee, 377 Reese. Janita, 3321 Reeves, YVilliam. 421 Refnes. Jean, -141V Regal, Laurence, :ll-1 K Regan, Robert. 28-1. 2391 Re-ger, Donald E., SS. .396 Rehn. Alvin, 424 Rehn, Bruce. .416 Reichel, Jessie. 435 Reichmuth. Rosalie. 89,123, 296.303, 334. 445 , Reid, Charles. 319, 400 Reid, E. H., 225 Reid, John, 40:3 F Reid, Lorinad, 365. 371 Reid, Theodore J.. 39, 339 Reiki, william, 215, 217. 407 Railley, Carol, 330, 348 Reindel, Grace, 320. 330. 348 , ,, Reinelt, Herb. 305 Reinelt, Jeanne. 330, 348 Reiner. Marvin NV.. 89, 94 , Re?111h01t, Richard W ., 89 Reis,SfaH1BY.423 Reisdorff. Kenneth, 39' Reitgr, Edward. 324 Reitz, Mabel.j3F51 Relf, Carol. 317 W Remington, AHIT- --5 Rennels, Florence. 4-l-1 Rennord. Mark. 448 Repath, Pat. 441 , Resner, Barbara. -HD Reubens.Marv.1n,391 Revercomb, NW illiam R., 89, 395 Reynolds, Adele. 443 Reynolds, A. Rh, 43.1 Reynolds, Persis, 89, 222. 342. 334 Reynoids. Robert- 314 Reynolds, SQWHII, 396 Reynolds, Thomas, 546 Rhea, Capt. Frank TY., -J 40 Rhinehart, James. 397, 308 Rho Cm, 23 F Rhodes, Barbara. 311 Rhyner, Florence, 345 Riach, John. 408 Riach, Mona, 378 Riback. Frances, 382 Rice, Barbara. 133 Rice, Donald F., 89, 416 Rice, Harry I.. 39, 304, 407 Rice, Howard S., 89. 400 Richards, Carrol. 404 Richards, John D., 89, 392, 409 Richards, Leister L., 89, 410 4 Richards, Marjery, 39, 215, 374 Richards, Steve, 118 Richards, TVill1am E., 89, 304, 396 Richardson, Dale O.. 89,277,415 Richardson, David, 342 Richardson. Donald, 89, 324. 336 Richardson, Eleanor, 346 Richardson. John A , 89, 153 Richardson, Sam, 324 Richardson, Tom, 416 Richart, Carl, 279, 336, 345 Richdale. Barbara, 322 Riche. Bob, 146 Richey, Robert, 314 Richins, TV. D.. 328 Richner, George. 408 Richstad, Ken, 414 Richstad, Robert, 414 Richter. George. 322, 439, 4-18 Richter. XValter. 416 Rickless, George, 427 Riddell, Gordon, 423 Riddle, Stanley, -100 Rideout. IiII1.llllIl0ll. 337 Ridgeway, Johnnie. 418 Ridgeway, Robert. -126 Ridgway, Hugli, 41.51 Rielie, Robert, 43, 396 Rieck, Charlotte. 311 Rieder, Darrell, 219 Rieke, Luvern, 215 Rieman, J0ycc,337,3S1 Rier, James, 416 Riese, Raymond, 414 Rietz, Esther. 333 Riggs, Gene, 403 Riggs, Howard Allan, 89, 418 Rightmire, Leon R.. 89, 118, 421 Rigold, Howard. 219 Riley, Mary, 443 Riley, Richard, 408 Riley, Robert, 323 Riley, William, 393 Rinehart, Donald, 419 Rinehart. John J., 89, 419 Ringlee, Robert. 225 Ringols, 1-T. J.. 225 Ringstad, Myron, 147, 277 Ringstrom, Adele, 209, 336 Rink, Bob, 313 Ripley, John, 401 Riplay, Raymond, 419 Risegari, Charmain, 296 Rising, Dr. L. NVait, 37, 223 Rising, Richard, 419 Ristine, 1Yilliam, 407 Ritchie, Patricia. 372 Ritchie. Victor, 313 Ritter, Rusty. 310, 311 Riveland, Harold, 323 Rivet, John, 346 Rizzuti, Margaret. 441 Robinson, Y 217, 225 Robinson, 325, 391. Robinson wi 'flu . -4 Paul, 215, Philip, 89, 1127 . Robert li, 215 217 W1 . ,, ., Itmilii'11su,ii. Sain-IIQI TTI., 89, 97, 232, 23-1, 236, '11 91 401 9 12J1iiiis'lun,'fxfiiliiiilmq, 305, 392 Robish, l-lerb, 418 Rock, James. 407 Rockey, Cosmo, 324 Rockey, Fred, 348, -100 Rodda, John L., 89, 42-1 Rodewald, Loren, 409 Rodin. Glenn R., 89, 3 35 Rodman, Robert, 213, 215 Rodwell, Bonny, 366 Roe, Anita, 344 Roe. Edward, 306, 346, 419 Roe, Mary Pat, 376 Roebuck, Marie, 348 Reeder. Mike. 1.23, 321, 419 Roegner. Kenneth, 426 Roesler, Oliver, 439 Rofcre, 435 Rogge, Glenn T., 90, 314 1ii0g2lVV2l.y, Ned, 427 Rogers, Ann, 371 Rogers, Barba:'a, L-166 Rogers, Bob, 275 Rogers, Bryant, 349 Rogers, Clair Ann, 365, 375 Rogers, Clifford, 413 Rogers, Ernest, 425 Rogers, Flora, 90 Rogers, Gail, 219 Rogers, James. 407 Rogers, Jane M.. 90 375 Rogers, .loan M., 90 Rogers, Mile S.. 90, 403 Rizzuti, Pauline, 441 Robart. Helen. 370 Robb, Gordon, 313 Robbins, Arnold, 427 Robbins. Floyd. 346. 409 Robbins, Jessie A., 89, 447 Robbins, Kenneth, 324, 342 Rojbbins. Mary Kay, 346 Robbins. Maureen, 346 Robblee, Lois, 443 Roberg, Mary, 214, 215, 217 Roberson. Frank T., 89. 403 Roberson, Robby, 215, 349 Robert, Oliver, 221 Roberts, Armyn, 376 Roberts, Billy Joe, 89 Roberts Clayton 359 Roberts: Dan. 326 Roberts Roberts Dave, 2 86 Harold, 449 Roberts: Dorothy. 337 Roberts, Kinnear, 424 Roberts, Lois, 443 Roberts, Norman, 215. 217 Roberts, Richard, 405, 429 Roberts. J. Russel, 342 Robertson. Howard, 321. 404 Robertson, Prof. J. C. H.. 28 Robertson. Patricia, 302, 374 Robertson, Trish La- vel, 137 Robinson. Beverly, 134. 372 Robinson. Bill. 145, 176. 416 Robinson, J. Calvin, 223 Robinson, Clyde, 116, 119. 301 Robinson, Colvin, 335 Robinson, David. 213, 215, 223, 322, 335 Robinson, Douglas ld., 89, 400 Robinson, Earl, 262, 263, 264. 420 Robinson, Janis, 447 Robinson, Joyce. 445 Rcglgiiisoii, Kenneth C., Robinson, Mary. 311 Robinson, Melvin M., 89, 396 Rogers, Robert. 225 Rogers, Vance, 336 Rogerson, Robert, 392 Rognan, John, 278, 279, 397 Rogstad, Betty Ann, 366 Rohrback, Pinckney, 215 Rohrbeck, Eilson, 219, 319 Rohrer, Beverly, 385 Rojas, Pat, 384 Rolfe, John, 286, 287, 408 Roll, Frederick, 33 9, 396 2 Rollow, John, 215, 323, 397 Rolstad, Don, 336 Rolph, Marciel, 443 Romer, Theodore A.. 90, 223, 322, 335 Romey, David, 90 Roney, Irene. 367 Rooge, Hal, 319 Roos, Elaine. 345 Root, Edward, 419 Root, Ralph, 448 Root, Robert, 321, 400 Rorrison, Marjorie, 330, 348 Rose. Robert, 116, 415 Rose. Mrs. Thelma, 222 Rosenblatt. Paul. 418 Rosenfeld, Alan S., 90, 325, 417 Rosengarten. Ilse, 90, 268 Roesnoff, Norma Lou, 90, 330, 348, 349, 432 Rosenthal. Dorothy, 215, 216 Roesnthal, Howard, 406 Rosenthal, Roy, 427 Rosenzweig, Jim, 279. 336. 345 Rosevold, Kenneth. 344 Rosier, Tom, 146, 183, 419 Rosgmussen. Dorothy, 3 3 Ross, Barbara, 374 Ross, Eleanor. 376 Ross, Netti-Jean, 434 Ross, Richard, 313 Ross. Robert, 321, 391, 419 Ross, Shirley, 447 Rosser, Majorie. 445 Rossman, Dale, 396 Rost, Clint, 395 Roth, Mariyn J., 90, 137, 155, 165, 202, 203, 303, 309. 340, 367 HELEN R. COOK Composition by HVARI-TYPERH Mimeographing Stencil Cutting Offset Copy FRATERNITY AND SORORITY ROSTERS AND MAGAZINES 610 EAST 77TH STREET VERMONT 0915 SEATFLE 5 arisian uxeclo Salem RENTALS .iuxaooes ISI'1irI's and Accessoriesl 0 EVENING GOWNS 0 BRIDAL GOWNS 8: VEILS - Personalized Costumes - MElrose 5018 4144112 "U" Way B E B B A N D J O N E S ARCHITECTS JOHN PAUL JONES - - - LEONARD w. 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George, 323 Rowen, Lorita. 311 Rowland, Ann. 369 Rovggand, Harold J., 90, 4 Rowland, Ramona, 375 Rowles, Nancy. 309. 371 Rowles, Robert, 404 Rowley, Wiliam R., 90, 405 Rowntree, Jennie I., 23, 222 Rowse, Robert. 90. 221. 324, 403, 439 Royal, Barbara. 5, 90, 161. 192. 340. 373 Royal, Hlenry. 404 Royal, John, 401 Royce, Robert, 216 Rozell, Ruth E.. 90. 336. 364. 367 Ruan, Lucybelle. 90 Rubard, Raymond, 326 Rubens, Marvin Z., 90, 417 Rublicam, Denise, 380 Ruch. Prof. Theodore C.. 33, 35 Rudolph, Newton, 427 Rudow, Theodor,e 401 Rue, Barbara, 383 Rueter, Mary, 218 Rugs. Harlan T., 90. 420 Ruhl, Ruth Ann, 291, 325, 384 Rulien, Barbara, 311 Rulien, Jean, 441 Rummell, Richard, 415 Runciman, Donald, 325 Rundall. William, 319 Rundle. Francis, 223 Runkel, Phil, 308 Runkel, Robert, 416 Rupp, Agnes, 214, 225 Rupp, Edwin, 323 Rupprecht, Charles, 323 Rushing, Annie. 333 Rushmore. John, 424 Russ, Jack, 412 Russell, Barbara, 311 Russell, Dave, 425 Russell, Donna M., 90, 337. 441 Russell, Joann, 161, 373 Russian Club. 337 Rust, Billie Jean, 375 Ruthford. Charles, 395 Rutledge. Prof. Ivan C., 29 Rutter, Loren, 90 Rutter, William, 415 Ryan, B'etty J., 90, 351 Ryan, Edward. 214 Ryan, John, 216 Ryan, Lu, 288 Ryan, Lucybelle, 288, 289. 315. 376 Ryan, Patricia J., 90, 196, 198. 356, 383 Ryan, Ruth, 333 Ryberg, Barbara, 134, 379 Ryberg, Bill, 429 Ryberg, William, 409 Rychard, Barbara, 373 S Saari, Joyce, 373 Sabo, Ernest, 324 Sackman, Shirley, 90, 328, 447 Sackmann, Milton P., 90, 419 Saddler, Vaida, E., 90, 441 Sadick, Arnold H., 90, 327, 417 Sadick, Laurie, 417 Sadick, Loretta, 382 Saeger, Richmond, 439 Saety, Stanley, 439 Saffle, Dean, 408, 429 Sifrysgrom, Paul R., 90, Sager, John, 145, 324, 428 Sager, Roger, 225 Sagmiller, Steve, 90, 322, 346 Sahlin, George, 425 Sainsbury, George R., 90, 117, 121, 323, 433, 448 St. Louis, Bob, 272, 273 Sakahara, Kay, 435 Sakanashi, Fudge, 311 Salisbury, Mary Lou, 336, 373 Sallberg, John, 324 Sallee, Evelyn, 91, 370 Sallee, Ralph, 323 Salmon, Ina, 296, 447 Salmon, Pete, 109, 260, 284, 397 Salmon, Ruth, 137, 377 Salo, Edith, 295, 296, 311, 344, 445 Salts, Mary, 385 Salzmann, Louis V., 91 Sameth, Emily T., 91 Sampson, Dick, 121, 301, 304, 408 Sanborn, William, 408 Sand, Ed, 281, 416 Sandall, Raymond, 396 Sandberg, Otis, 336 Sandberg, Roy, 279 Sandelin, Ramsay H., 91,142,164,174,329, 409 Sander, Edward, 304 Sander, Harvey, 344 Sander, Henry, 396 Sander, Ned, 91, 241, 307. 397 Sanders, Will H., 91, 326. 327 Sandheim, Werner, 394 Sandholtz, Willis A., 91, 215, 219, 221, 225 Sandidge, Irene H., 91 Sands, Shirley, 369 Sandstrom, Wayne, 213, 214, 217 Sandvick, Harry T., 91 Sandvigen, Taylor, 405 Sarrmon, Richard A., 9 Sansbury, Kathleen Frances, 91 Santos, Dante, 323, 346 Sanvidge, Irene, 351 Sanwick, Ken, 160, 428 Saranr, Edward, 422 Sarkowsky, Fred, 417 Sairgfyowsky, Herman, Sarkowsky, Leo, 427 Sasaki, Edwin H., 91 Sasaki, Raymond S., 91 Sass, Leonard, 326 Sato, John H., 91 Sa4tHelmeier, Maxine, Satterberg, Sally, 91 , 375 Sattlemeier, Maryl, 447 Saguyefs, Clayton H., 91, Saunders, Lee, 18, 121 Sahvgge, J. R., 279, 281, Savage, Robert. 416 Savas, Dena, 351, 355 Sawhill, Roy, 260, 261 Sawhill, Wallace D., 91, gg, 221, 259, 260, 261, Sawyer, John, 395 Sayce, Clyde, 314 Sayce, Joy, 310 Sayre, Marjorie, 379 Saiyixbe, Phillip, 318, 349, Scabbard and Blade, 43 Scales, Dick, 342 Scanlon, Joseph, 323 Scanlon, Mike, 263, 264, 276 Scarff, John, 407 Scarpelli, Antonio, 346 Schade, Katherine, 310 Schaeffer, Charie, 284 Schaeffer, John, 146, 425 Schafer, Margaret A., 91, 380 Schairer, Jeanne, 91, 4-45 A Schairer, Robert, 323 Schaller, Gil, 91, 418 Schear, Nancy, 91, 347 Scheidecker, VVayne, 393 Scheller, Jerry, 284 Schenk, Mrs, Carol, 219 Scherner, Roger, 405 Schertel, Dr. M., 223 Scheyer, David, 392 Schiener, O. L., 405 Scliike, Lester, 425 Schilaty, Helen, 336, 337, 441 Schiller, Karl, 402 Schillereff, Eugene, 402 Schilling, Mabel Randall, 91 Schimanski, Robert, 414 Schinman, Lois J., 91, 372 Schlauch, William, H., 91. 395 Schlenger, Bill, 416 Schlesinger, Ernest, 213, 225 Schlicker, Alfred, 400 Schlicker, Wilfred, 260, 306, 419 Schmad, Robert, 406 Schmidt, Jr., Max. 92, 190,332 sCnnnar,r4unp,32a 409 Schmidt, Robert, 329 Schmidtke, Clifford V., 92 Schmitz, Lois, 92, 329 Schmulman, Sarah, 343 Schmutz, Nancy B., 92, 374 Schnabel, Frank L., 92 Schnackenrberg, Nancy, 376 Schneider, Lorraine, 436 Schneider, Patricia, 92. 371 Schneider, Stuart, 404 Scgrlgeiderman, Jerry, Schnitzler, Alvin, 213, 214 Schnurstein, Christina, 347 Schoedler, Alice- C., 92, 374 Schoelhae, Theodore, 348 Schofield, Patsy, 291, 328, 447 Schoening, VVilliam, 395 Schold, James P., 92 Scholen, Douglas, 405 Scholes, Rlilliam, 337 Scholl, VVarren, 276 Schollmeyer, Mary, 288, 293. 315 Scholz, Johanna L,, 92, 344, 351, 355 Scholz, William, 448 Schoning, William M., 92, 327 Schons, Rosemary, 384 School of Nursing, 36 Schoonover, Norman J., 92, 415 Schoyen, Albert, 213 Schram, Arlene, 344 Schram, Lloyd W., 16 Sclalgarsamm, Gordon, 185, Schriener, Theresa, 379 Schroeder, Bob, 191, 403 Schroeder, Eugene, 216 Schroeder, Gordon, 318. 390, 419 Schroeder, Jerry, 397 Schueler, Mary J., 376 Sc512uett, Margaret H., Schug, Betty, 121, 137, 375 Schuh, Martha, 291, 325, 435 Schuld, James, 406 Scgnaler, Clayton, 92, Schulte, Henry G.. 92 Schulteis, Frances, 342, 445 Schultz, Bill, 336 Schultz Elizabeth, 215 Schultz, Nancy, 135, 203, 309 Schultz, Robert D., 92, 332, 346, 404 Schultz, Yolanda, 367 Schulz, Cameron, 349 Schumacher, John, 423 Scghigrman, Virginia, 8 Schutte, Helen, 351 Scalrigtten, Josephine, Schuur, Richard W., 92, 393 Schuyters, Herbert, 219 Schwabland, Annette, 365, 379 Scgjyyabland, Jack, 145, Schwaegler, Lisabeth A., 92, 377 Schwartz, Barbara, 371 Schwartz, Curtis, 419 Schwartz, Eugene M., 92, 343, 349, 427 Scyliwartz, Frances, 214, Schwartz, George E., 92, 372, 392 Schwartz, Georgia A., 92, 371 Schwedop, Gloria, 384 Schweitzer, Lamar, 393 Schweitzer, Mary Lou, 311, 346 Scism, Merry, 381 Scott, Barbara, 373 Cecil, 396 Scott, Scott, Dorothy E., 92, 330 348 Scotty, James, 213, 215 Jean, 310, 345 Scott, Scott, Mary V., 92, 330, 348 Scott, Mary, 385 Scott, Polly, 385 Scott, Robert A., 92, 399 Scott, Shirley, 197, 216 Scgngg, Sydney P., 92, Scott, Te-rrel, 400 Scotton, Dean, 306, 420 Scribner, Edward, 213, 215 Seafeldt, Concomly, 409 Seagrles, Charleen, 294, 3 0 Sears, Elizabeth, 322 Seaigs, Herbert R., 92, 15 Sears, Norma, 441 Sears, Warren, 406 Seaver, Betsy, 92, 375 Secord, Bob, 417 Secoy, Clyde, 401 Secrest, Thomas, 219 Sedgwick, VVilda, 337, 372 Seeberger, Leo A., 92, 346, 449 Seed, Dick, 418 Seefried, Donald, 420 Seeley, Frank, 121 Seeley, Jeannette, 369 Seely, Robert E., 92, 323 Seelye, Prof. Walter B., 33 . Seemar, Virginia, 378 Seethoff, Norman, 324 Seger, James, 346 Segersten, Russell, 392, 429 Sesglemann, Hans, G., Seidenverg, Evelyn, 382 Seigert, Bob, 285 Seigley, Geraldine, 447 Seivers, Dorothy, 443 Sekejima, Miz, 348 Seland, Jeanne, 346 Selde, Yvonne, 324 Selig, Joy, 135, 370 Sell, Helen, 370 Sells, Robert, 422 Selvidge, James, 398 Semler, Herbert, 214, 427 Senda, Toki, 330 Sender, Roy, 417 Senica, Bill, 279, 400 Senior Prom, 187 Senn, G. Dee, 423 Senn, Robert, 317 Senz, Lorea, 441 Serevko, Cy, 411 Sergev, Tatiana, 328 Sessions, Milton, 346 Seth, Jack, 278, 279, 416 Sether, Phebe, 376 Seto, Matthew, 338 Se-tersten, Rosemary E., 92, 372 Severinson, Sally G., 92, 219, 222, 384 Severson, William, 397 Sexsmith, Paul, 308 Sexton, James, 424 Seydal, Karle, 336 Seydel, Karle F., 92,336 Shsageffer, David, 305, Shafer, Sylvia, 368 Shaffer, Bryane-tta, 351 Shaffer, Kenneth, 322 Shaffer, Peg, 384 Shaffer, H. Winifield, ,92, 221 Shain, Bonnie, 382 Shain, Irving, 417 Shanafelt, Bill, 121 Shane, George W., 92, 418 Shane, Robert, 428 Shank, David, 407 Sharaikland, Donn, 214, 41 Shannon, Charles, 407 Shannon, Clarence, 415 Shannon, Richard, 397 Shansby, Vernon, 422 Shapely, James, 337 476 Shapton, Bob, 120, 121, 191 Sharkey, Leo, 321, 41,2 Sharkey, Mary, 376 Sharp, Carol, 367 Shgagrip, Dewayne, 348, Sharp, Lawrence, 323, 433, 439 Sharpe, Grant, 423 Shappe, O. D., 323 Shaub, Sanford, 278, 279, 287, 407 Shaver, George I-I., 92, 32 396 Allan, 395 3. Shaw, Shaw, Dorothy, 435,441 Slisgv, Malcolm J., 92, Shaw, Margaret, 346, 377 Shaw, Phyllis, 376 Shaw, Phyllis L., 92, 367 Sheaffer, Charles R., 92, 304, 400 Sheaffer, Kenneth C., 92, 332 Sheard, William, 407 Shedden, Janet, 443 Sheehan, Barbara, 135 Slgeleghan, Helen, 329, Shefendecker, Jeanne, 384 Shelby, Marvin C., 93 Shglsdahl, Louis R., 93, Sheldon, Charles, 260, 393 Sheldon, Dr. C. S., 335 Sheller, Jerry, 400 Shelton, Lawrence, 327 Shemarya, Jerry, 394 Shepard, Roger, 314 Sheppard, Lenore, 384 Slifapzpard, Robert, 263, Sherman, Al, 427 Sherman, Ernest, 417 Sherman, John, 225 Sherman, Thomas, 428 Sherman, Vaughn, 348 Sherrard, Orval, 448 Sherriff, Bob, 275 Sherry, Mary, 215 Sherwood, 437 Sherwood, George E., 33,8 214, 220, 326, 335, Sherwood, John, 396 Shiel, Dorothy, 377 Shiel, Howard, 408 Shiel, Walter P., 93, 283, 408 Shields, Jack, 404 Shields, Joseph, 323 Shliiefll, Jeannette, 219, Shifrin, Frank, 391, 394 Shifrin, Rhona, 382 Shigaya, Mary S., 93, 322 Shim, Buster, 276, 329, 433 Shimada, Bill, 225 Shiminaka, Sally, 120 Shimizu, Toro, 325 Shinn, Herb, 416 Shinstrom, Richard, 393 Shiplet, Keith, 426 Shirk, Eugene E., 93, 283. 407 Shively, Patricia J., 93, 218, 291, 370 Shockley, Robert, 439 Shoe, Clyde, 402 Shoeffer, Charles, 391 Shoen-, Lorraine, 311 Sholdt, William, 397 Shore, Judy, 365, 382 Shorett, Nona, 93, 380 Shoul, Al, 360 Shrader, John, 214 Shram, Lloyd, 323 Shrewsbury, Mary Jane, 134 Shu, Shan-gin, 447 Shultz, Nancy, 316, 371 Shultz, Raymond, 426 Shulz, Cam, 336 Shuman, Audrey, 310 Shuman, Roy, 199 Shurman, Virginia, 337, 364 Shyman, Carl S., 93, 417 Sias, Roane 'F., 93, 410 Sidell, Alvin, 427 Sidell, Rosalie S., 93, 217 Sides, Dorothy C., 93 Sidney, Chester, 93 Sieber, Donald, 423 Siegal, Harold, 417 Sieverling, Barbara J., 93, 441 Siford, Patricia, 367 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 416 Sigma Alpha Mu, 417 Sigma Chi, 418 Sigma Delta Chi, 339 Slgglga Epsilon Sigma, Sigma Kappa, 334 Sigina Nu, 419 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 420 Sigma Pi, 421 Sigma Xi, 225 Slgurdson, John, 156, .321, 404 Sllene, Harold, 395 S!ll.B111.158,191. 403 Sill, Kenneth E., 93 Sill, Robert, 323 Silven, John, 215 Silver, Bill, 343, 427 Silverman, Barbara, '329, 445 Sim, Stephen, 322 Slings. Nom.-4 M., 93, 222, Simila, Norma Jean, 377 Simmons, Dorothy, 369 Simmons, H. Fern, 93, '291, 292, 315, 385 Sisgrgmons, Preston H., Simmons, Shirley J., 93.131,137,161,176, '179. 291, 303,340,373 Slgrgmons, V. Telitha, Simon, M9-Fgaret, 368 Simon, Walter, 216 SUYIOUSOU. Betty, 93, 1333. 355 Slmonton, Fannie, 325 '328,441 ' Simpson, Patricia, 372 Sgmpson, Thomas, 424 Simpson, William Hunter, 46, 119, 305, 3w,wm4w Sims, Helen, 376 Slms. Lemuel, Bruce, -93,403 Sims, Vernon, 405 Sigrlcfair, Donna, 138, Sinclair, Patricia, 383 Sincock, Frank V., 93, 327, 329, 412 Singer, Howard, 394 Sizngeton, Annie V., 93, Singleton., Virginia, 370 S2De. Robert, 214 Sltton, John R., 93, 396 Sitts, Jerrold, 337 Sjoblom, Raymond, 426 Skadsem. Carroll, 406 Skagen. Ronald, 416 Skalley, Thomas, 399 Skankland, Donn, 216 Sgaigsten, Arlin, 214, Skelton, Cliff, 145 Slgexgfis, Francis, 225, Skidmore, Clel, 327 Skiing, 272 Skilling, John, 324 Skindlov, David, 396 Skinner, Catherine'A., 93. 383 Skinner, Dick, 418 Skinner, Kenneth, 225 Skokan, Otto, 214 Skow, Lyman, 412 Skullerud, Sybil, 376 Slater, Betty S., 93, 374 Slater, Elizabeth, 443 Slater, William C., 93, 214, 220, 326 Slaughter, CMissD Betty, 291 Slavenska, Mia, 205 Slayden, James B., 93, 119.235, 329,409 Slayden, Nancy, 137, 358, 375 Sletten, Kathy, 443 Sliva, LuAllen, 346, 402 Sloppy, Claude, 323 Slosser, Georgia, 333 Slotnick, ROY. 417 Sloyer, Wayne, 405 Sly, Francis, 322 Small, Clyde. 406 Small, Dan, 252,407 Small, Don. 402 Small, Elaine, 310 Smallwood, Herbert. 324 Smart, Kathleen M-. 93, 222 Smart, Norma. 337 Smeltzer, Shirley. 311 Smevaag, Norma. 445 Smevaag, John. 404 Smilie, Len, 392 Smiley, Merreyle. 423 Smith, Alison Hale, 93, 191, 294, 380 Smith, Ardelyn, 376 Smith, Arlene, 330, 369 Smith, Barbara Joanne, 93, 215, 217, 295, 443, 445 Smith, Betty E., 94 Smith, Bruce, 426 Smith, Constance D., 94, 363, 378 Smith, David, 408 Smith, DeWitt, 215, 217 Smith, Donald, 336, 393 Smith, Donalee K., 94, 325, 445 Smith, Doralice, 377 Smith, E. Marjorie, 94, 315. 441 Smith, Elwyn, 328 Smith, Erleen, 37, 441 Smith, Ernest, 336, 414 Smith, Frederick, 198 Smith, Frances, 367 Smith, George, 415 Smith, Helen V., 94, 348, 385 Smith, I-Ierb, 358 Smith, Homer, 186, 412 Smith, Hugh, 332 Smith, James, 402 Smith, Janie M., 366 Smith, Janet L., 94, 208, Snider, LaVonna, 330 Snider, Xvilliam, 425 Snoody, Vivian, 316 Snow, Gordon, 396 Snow, Marilyn, 378 Snyder, Allen Boyd, 94, 319, 325 Snyder, James, 401 Snyder, Margaret, 310 Snyder, Sally, 214, 367 Soderberg, Arthur, 325 Soderland, Kenneth VV., 94 Soehl, Alice, 381 Softky, Doreen, 214, 216, 370 Sola, Erling, 400 Solberg, Harry, 437 Solibalfke, Gil, 371 Solibakke, Richard C., 94, 213, 214 Solid, E. Kenneth, 94, 320, 408 Solie, Fae, 435 Sogognon, George, 213, Solomon, Joan, 368 Solomon, Paul, 427 Solomon, Richard, 221 Soltman, George, 348 Sommer, Jan. 367 Someivi le Goidon 410 216, 336, 381 Smith, Janice, 366, 376 Smith, Jean, Bartlett, 94, 380 Smith, Jeanette, 366 Smith, Joe, 190, 418 Smith, Judith S., 94,302 Smith, Keith, 328 Smith, Kenne-th A., 94, 418 Smith, L. Stuart, 94 Smith, Lawrence K., 94,119,191, 318, 403 . I Y ,. , So5i1dheim,TVerner A., Sonnenburg, Patricia 372 A., 94, sm-ber, Mai-on L., 94, 397 Sorenson, Jr., Arthur N., 43, 94, 322, 335, 411 Sorenson, Beatrice, 288 291, 293, 315, 447 SoEr2e5nson, Dorothy, 310, Sorensen, Jo, 374 Sorensen, Peggy J., 94, v Smith, Louis, 41.1 Smith, Lyle, 449 Smith, Mack F., 94, 428 Smith, Mackenzie, 393 Smith, Marilyn, 163, 191, 263, 294, 380 Smith, Martin, 262, 264, 304, 320, 408 Smith, Mary Ann, 345 Smith, Mary Ella. 443 Smith, N. 213 Smith, Neil, 214 Smith Patricia, 381, 445 Smith, R, P., 43 Smith, Ramona, 379 Smith, Richard, 406 Smith, Richard C., 94 Smith, Robert, 407 Smith, Rod, 342 Smith, Rowland, 408 Smith, Sidney, 285, 408 Smith, Stanley A., 94, 327 Snggth, Stanton R., 94, 7 Smith, Stevenson, 23 Smith, Stuart, 415 Smith, Vifayne M., 94 Smith, Yvilliam H., 94, 324, 397, 424 Smith, V. Deane, 94 Smith, Verna, 351 Smithey, Paul C., 43, 94, 409 Smithson, James F., 94, 319, 325 Smyth, Norman, 409 Snead, Betty, 447 Srileigcl, Hunter M., 94, 1 Snider, Harold, 214, 216 383 Sorensen, Roger D,, 94, 329. 335, 424 Soriano, Gloria C., 94, 445 Soriano, Louis, 281,427 Soriano, Max, 104, 117, 125, 143,145, 183, 320, 1 Soriano, Milton-, 416 Soss, Phyllis, 382 Soss, Sidell, 427 Soule, Dean Elizabeth S., 36, 219, 355 Soule, Pat, 310 Sourville, D. A., 225 Southward, Morris, 336 Southwielt, Joan, 185, 302, 380 Southworth, Harold Stuart, 95,418 Sowglers, Robert, 215, 21 Sparks, Sally, 372 Sparrow, Kenneth, 313 Spalding, VVallace', 393 Spawn, Maj. Douglas, 40 Spawn, Jan, 116 Spawn, Leslie, 372 Speaker, Vifard, 448 Speech Association of The University of Wasliington, 337 Speidel, Conrad, 339 Spence, Mabel, 23 Spencer, Jean, 351 Spengler, Kathleen-, 376 Sperling, Lois, 316 Speyer, Paul, 427 Spickard, Andrew W., 95 Spike, Sally Jo, 366 Spinelli, John, 95 Spoerry, Philip, 336 Sprague, Howard M., 95 Sprague, Jack, 418 Sprague, Robert, 412 Sigragke, Roenah, 359, 7 . Sprake, Vifilliam T., 95, 404 Spring, Sally, 380 Springer, Donald, 416 Springer, Richard. 416 Springgate, Jack R., 95, 308, 323 Spurbeck, Audrey, 345 Sptiggeon, Dean B., 95, 1 Squire-, Idalice, 105,120, 131,136, 137,139, 214, - 225, 302, 346, 371 Squires, James, 393 S1'3o81i1fe,Jackly'n R., 95, Staab, Rodney, 426 Stlazalce, Hugo, 95, 391, 1 Stabler, Lorraine, 371 Stair, John, 324 Staley, Herbert, 426 Stalun, Ernest, 424 Stam, Marian, 377 Stamos, Soterios, 402 Stanaway, Juanita, 310 Stginchfield, Margaret, 15 Stange, Irene, 432 Stangeland, Sylvia, 344 Stanford, James, 420 Stanich, Jolm, 95,322 Stanley, Je-anne M., 95, 153, 334, 366 Stanley, Samuel, 396 Stanley, TVilliam, 396 Stansbery, Prof. Claud . ., 35 Stansbury, Lloyd F., 95, 323, 426 Stanton, Antoinette, 432, 445 Stanton, Lyman, 215, 325 Stanton, Margaret, 288, 295, 296, 315, 445 Stark, Donald, 424 Stassen, Harold, 139 Stastny, Charles, 213, 214. 343, 417 Stauffer, YVilliam. 323 Stave, Kenneth, 221 Stave, Norma, 333 Stay, Donald H., 95, 338 Stearns, Crockett, 393 Stearns, Donna, 135,383 Stearns, Doris, 132, 383 Stearns, Jack, 393 Stebbins, Darrel, 428 Steed, Yifilliam D., 262, 263, 320 Steele, Mary Lou, 381 Steele, Norman, 325 Stggele, Robert, 213, 214, 26 Steele, Robert, 416 Steet, Jr., Harold YV., 96 Stefansson, Karl L., 95 Steffe-ns, George, 324 Steilberg, Terry. 447 Stein, Ernie, 236, 320, 410 Stein, Robert F., 95, 153 Steinberg, Ernest, 323 Steinbrecher, Kurt, 95, 223 Steinbrieck, Victor, 123 Steiner, Herbert, 415 JOHN GRAHAM 81 CIO. Architects und Engineers " :..- ' ', --.a ,,,, E, Q'-rielzrjfy gjzulzfain Service GRAHAM'S DAIRY PRODUCTS 4701 UNIVERSITY WAY SEATTLE Lo Nell's Distinctive Apporel Q FCRMALS-COATS-DRESSES SUITS-MILLINERY 4524 University Woy EV- 0933 S E A TT I. if Call Us For Tile Worlc. .. We have been privileged to do most of the tile work on the new campus bui-lclings now under construction. UNIVERSITY BRICK 81 TILE CO. 1213 E. 40th Street Seattle 5 MEIrose 0079 TILE CONTRACTQRS Established Since 1919 Qmpfcwevde of the 4 DRESSEL-CCLLIN S FISH COMPANY I5Ol Dexter Horton Building Pie' 67 Seattle I, Washington l Seattle, Washington 445 Stroll, Kenneth. 398 Tavlm. Robert H-1 97, 401 A Stevenson, M2l1'l15'11: Taigen, Louis, 4 0 7 Steiner, Phyllis, 377 Steiner, Robert, 116,117 Steiner, Sam, 427 Stemler, Herb, 306 Stemwell, Jane, 346, 384, 387 Stenberg, Osbourne, 345 Stenshoel, Richard, 305. 408 Stenson, George, 214 Stensrud, Bud, 336 Stenstrom, Thomas. 396 Stephans, Dave. 43. 343 Stephen, Ida Grace, 95, 330. 348, 349 Stephens, B. Joyce, 95 Stephens, D. M., 123 Stephens, Jan-quelyn. 293, 446 , Stephens, T fl-Bgt. R. A., 41 Stephens, T. E., 225 F, Stephenson, Dreda, Ste-phney, Barbara, .583 Sterbieh, Michael, 346 Stern, Bruce. 427 Sternberg, Louis. 427 Sterne, Richie, 216 t Stetson, George. 215 Stevens, Doris. 351 , Stevens, Elizabeth, 386 Stevens, Esther, 345, 432, 447 I Ste'vens,Jacquel1n6. 134 , Stevens, James R., 95, 191,403 Stevens, Joan, 371 Stevens, John, 392 , Stevens, John. 282, 3333. 402 Stevens, JOYCE. 441 Stevens, L. YV., 123 Stevens, L011.,232 Stevens, Mariory D-. 95,310,379 SteveI1S, Ralph. 209 I Stevenson, BGUY. 100. 130,131,13'f,139,163, 302, 330, 371 Stevenson, Herbert. 131, 380 Stevenson, Rees, 272, 273, 397 Stewart, Betty. 443 Stewart, Bill, 415 Stewart, Brufle. 401 Stewart, Clark, 396 Stewart, Donald, 109, 281, 406 Stewart, 95, 401 , Stewart, Laurienne' M., 95, 371 Stewart, Loraine, 441 Stewart, VValt. 343 Stiansen, Bjorn. 439 Stickles, Milton, 413 Stiefel, Ernest, 213, 214 Stief, Robert, 400 Stieglitz, Joanna, 216 Stiles, Vernon E., 95. 219, 433, 449 Still, Marvin, 119, 186, 305, 395 Stillman, Ma1'ga1'6t.351 Stimson, Douglas, 399 Stine, Howard A., 95 Stine, YVilliam, 422 Stobie, Doris R., 96, 351 Stockman, Don, 448 Stoecke-rt, Frances, 328, 379 Stoffer, Maurice, 392 Stohlton, Betty, 330, Dugald H., 348 Stokes, Don, 328 Stokke, Marie, 351 Stolesen, Rolf, 401 Stoll, Ruth, 331 Stolt, Dorothy, 214, 376 Stolt, Marjorie R., 96, 376 Stolte, John YV., 96 Stoms, PaulN., 96, 283, 285, 408 Stonack, Ruby, 348, 435 Stone, Esther, 96, 219, 222, 330, 344 Stone, G. H., 46 Stone, Joe, 320, 416 Stone, Lowene, 351, Stone, Marie, 380 Rocky, 418 355 Stone, Stordalen, Kjell N., 96, 419 Stork, Eric, 394, 429 Storm, Nancy, 445 Storrs, Jack, 241 Stott, Glen, 449 Stlocgier, Ronald, 285, Stover, Charles, 392 Stover, JoAnn, 209, 330, 371 Stowell, Ernest, 403 Stbrgtlth, XVilliam J., 96, Stram, Stanton, 449 Strand, Glenn T,, 96, 04 Strand, Howard, 399 Strand, Ray, 416 Stranclberg, Arthur, 396, 429 Strandlin, Lillian, 374 Strate, June IW., 96, 330, 370 Straub, Jewel, 381 Strauss, Lois, 382 Stray Greek, 387 Stream, Bill, 104 Streater, August, 213, 215, 221 Street, Hal, 348 439 Street, Jan, 371 Street, Merrill, 419 Streissguth, Daniel M., 96, 214, 339 Strike, Paul, 345 Strode, Florence, 330, Strohecker, James, 428 Strom, Bud, 419 Strong, Bob, 276 Stroud, Geraldine, 135, 185, 328, 383 Stroud, Me-rland, 336, 409 Stroupe, Howard, 275 Strout, Cora, 380 Struble, Dorothy, 447 Stryker, Janet, 365, 376 Stuart, Elizabeth A., 96 Stuart, James D., 65, 96, 135,150,339 Stuart, Lewis E., 96 Stuelpnagel, Thomas, 449 Stumer, Marguerite, 209, 214, 443 Stuntz, George R., 15 Stuteville, Mary Anne, 344 Suess, Gloria, 384 Suhren, A. C., 405 Swanson, Carol S., 96, 222, 423 Swanson, Dorothy, 224, 310, 311, 348, 447 Swanson, Eleanor L., r 96, 155, 340, 369 Swanson, Gordon, 419 Siganson, Jeanne, 322, I.: Swanson, John, 322 Swanson, Norm, 312, V 313, 335 Swanson, Ralph, 415 Swanson , ltaymond H., 96, 215, 323 Swanson, 96, 393 Robert XV.. Swanson, Roy, 396 Swartz, Gloi ia, 96, 384 447 Swartz, Richard, 396 Swear-inger, lion, 38, 164 Swedish Hospital Division , 333 Sweet, Jr., Charles E 96, 332 . Swegle, 1Vayne E, 96 Swenson, Phil, 344 Sweum, N 96, 375 athalie J., Sulak, Antoinette, 383 Sullivan Edwin. 395 su1nvanQJa.mes,421 Sullivan, Jay, 287, 312 Sullivan, John, 449 Sullivan, John, 437 Sullivan. F. John, 96, 346, 405 Sullivan, Joseph B., 96, 314, 346 Sullivan, Patricia, 372 Sullivan, Robert, 396 Sullivan, Yifilliam, 400 Summerf 314, 423 ield, Edw., Summers, Charles, 403 Summers, Leo, 439 Summy, Anne, 380 Sumner, Mary Lou, 119 Sunberg, Pauline, 219 Sunde, Arthur, 214 Sunde, Carl J. E., 96, 391, 416 Sunde, Douglas, 416 Sunde, Loe-l, 416 Sunde, Robert, 416 Sunden, Shirley, 345, 441 Sundsted, Edith, 331 Sundt, Marfield, 428 Surrey, Gretchen, 370 Sussman, Jean, 382 Sustad, Gerald, 439 Sutherland, Barbara, 214, 215, 217, 435 Sutherland, Harry, 419 Sutherland, Lou, 418 Sutherland, Margaret, 436 Sutherland, Patricia, 156, 191, 294, 380 Sutthoff, Katherine, 133, 378 Sutton, Gloria, 96, 384 Suzuki, Fumi, 310 Suzuki, Rosie, 310 Svanholm, Set, 205 Svelander, Katherine G., 36 Swain, Jan G., 96, 222, 375 Swain, Jeanne, 132, 375 Swalling, Rosalind, 215 216, 225 Swan, Douglas, 313 Swanberg, Gloria, 384 Sxvanes, Ivlary, 371 Swank, Harold, 278, 279, 406 Swanson, Alayne, 134, 384 Swanson, Anne, 371, 447 Swezea, Gerald L., 96 Swezea, Patti, 224, 370 Swift, Barbara, 381 Swift, Dixie, 311 Swift, John, 346 Swift, Stewart, 285, 408 Swimme, VVayne, 346 Swindlehurst, VV., 314 Swinford, Shirley, 310 Swisher, Heath, 329 Swomley, Capt. Neely M., 40 Sydell, Karyle, 418 Sykes, June E., 96, 351 Sylliaasen, Carol, 120, 131, 138 Sylliaasen, Terry, 386 Syltebo, Bjarne E., 96, 323, 402 Symes, George, 336 Symons, Margie, 161, 367 Symons, llichard, 314, 324 Synadelphic, 436 Sythoff, Fredrik, 344 Syverson, Darothie, 370 1' Tabor, Joanne, -145 Tadich, Dmitri, 147, 277, 320. 336, 428 Taggares, Florence, 443 Taice, Marion L., 96, 311 Takanol, Betty, 311, 347 Takemura, Taro P., 96 Tazlgigawa. Mrs. Irene, Talbot, Bill, 273, 408 Talbot, James, 305, -108 Talbott, Raymond, 323 Talcott, Migue, 221 Tall, Joan, 382 Tall, Leonard. 427 Tallman, Ellen, 366 Tallman, John, 260, 428 Tallman, Robert, 424 Tallquist, Kenneth, 323 Tamaye, Chizuko. 310, 311, 316 Tauabe, Dorothy, 441 Tang, Clayton, 144 Tang, Kenneth, 323, 426 Tang. Tang, T. K., 43 Taniguchi, Theodore, 223. 322 Tanner, Louis P., 96, 214, 327 Tarbil1,John, 401 Tarbill, Thomas, 401 Tagrpenning. D. A., 46, 6 Theodore, 216 Tartar, Herman V., 23, 27 Tartre, Joanne, 107, 135,139,186,214,302, 383 Tate, Howard, 412 Tate, John, 397 Tate. Robert 1-l., 96, 251, 269, 304, 320, -107 Tatham, T. H., 448 Tatman. Camilla, 96, 345, 447 Tatt, Carol, 382 Tau Beta Pi. 221 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 422 Tau Phi Delta, 423 Tau Sigma Delta, 339 Taubman, Lisa, 294, 297. 380 Taqutfest, George W., . 6 Tautfest, Joann M., 96 Tautfest, Mary, 384 Taylor, Alan E., 96,400 Taylor, Alan T., 96. 308. 319, 325 Tayor, Don, 314 Taylor, Edith, 435 Taylor, Elizabeth, 219 Taylor, George E., 23 Tapylgnr, George P., 97, 1,3 Taylor, Jack. 313, 314 Taylor, James, 422 Taylor John 399 415 Taylor: Joyce D., 208, 367, 379 Taylor, Louisa, 215, 217 Taylor, Lucy. 383 Taylor, Margaret, 384 Taylor, Maxine R., 97 220. 327 Taylor, Ronald Taylor, Bill. 69, 97, 246, 255. 257, 267, 283, 301, 304, 397 Taylor, YVilliam, 408 Tazuma, James, 97 Teasoner. Hank. 332 Tefft, XVes1ey, 214 Teibel, Xvillard, 398 Teller, Sally. 333, 355 Tempio, Norm, 73, 97, 97 304. 405 Templeman. James, 411 Templeton, Prof. Fred- erick E., 33 Templeton, Mary Veva, 136. 156. 380 Tennefoss, John N,, 97, 404 Terrall, Franklin H.. 97, 439 Terrell, Margaret E., 17 Terrill, Kay. 371 Terrill. Margaret, 222 Terry, Jess, 360 Teter, Diana, 441 Tews, Joan, 386 Tews, Paul, 312 Thackrey, Robert, 325 Tha1,Sanford, 215, 216. 225 Tharl,1Yalter, 415 Thayer, Rosemary, 381 Theis, Mary F., 97 Theriault, Jeanne. 373 Theriauit, Richard, 322 Therrian. John, 408 Theta Chi, 424 Theta Delta Chi, 425 Theta Sigma Phi, 334 Theta Upsilon, 385 Theta Xi, 426 Thibodeau, Vale, 447 Thiel, Alfred, 322 Thies, Joanne. 378 Thies, Mary. 378 Thompson, Dave, 53, 97, 221, 304, 308, 324 Thompson, Donna, 336, 383 Thompson, Edward, 404 Thompson, Elizabeth. 214, 215 Thompson, Fred, 391, 414 Thompson. Glenn, 314, 344 Thompson. Hans, 318 Thompson, Henry, 424 Thompson. 97, 396 ivan E., Thompson, James, 214, 920 TliJompson. Janette, 443 293, 295. Thompson. John, 324, 393, 439 Thompson, Judy. 386 Thompson, Margaret I., 97, 120. 355 Thompson, Mariana, 138 Thompson, Marilyn, 97. 377 Thompson, Mary, 215 Thompson, Myron, 314 Thompson, Phyllis, 435 Thompson, Robert, 323. 326, 397 Thompson. Roger, 410 Thompson, Thomas, 223, 322,323. 335,408 Thompson, Prof. Thomas G., 31 Thomsett, Carol. 370 Thomson. Dorothy, 292, 315, 436 Thomson, Ralph, 338, 393 Thomson, Robert, 412 Thon, XYilliam, 213, 215, 221 Thorlakson, Ann. 312, 375 Thorlakson, Neil. 223, 404 Tjornquist, XVilliam R., 97 Thornton, I enore. 119, 213. 214, 383 Thomas, Prof. Bernard O. A., 35 Thomas, Betty, 34 6 Thomas. Thomas, 97, 374 4 Donald, 407 Dorothy V., Thomas, Elizabeth T.. 436 97, 222, Thomas. Eva Jane, 370 Thomas, Francis S,, 97. 332 Thomas, Jack, 410 Thomas, Judy, 381 Thomas, Mary Ann, 443 Thomas, Nancy, 1 20, 70 330, 3 Thomas, Owen, 347 Thomas, Robert J., 97, 345 Thomason. I-Ionald, 424 Thomasson, Inez, 333 Thome, Matthew, 395, 429 Thompkins, NVilliam, 426 Thompsen Robert, 306 Thompson. Albert, 439 Thompson, Alfred, 243 Thompson Carolee, 447 Thompson Chuck, 416 Thompson, Claire, 191, 291, 294, 380 Thompson, Clark, 314 478 Thorp, Frank. 306, 318, 398 Thornsness. Arvid. 214 Thorson, Ernest, 323 Thorson, Henry, 416 Thorson, Kenneth, 314 Thorstensen, Erma, 97. 336, 445 Thrasher. Joan, 374 Thulean, Don, 348 Thurston. Marilyn, 330 Thwing, James, 323, 428 Tiala, LOiS. 310. 436 Tibbs, DaiSy L.. 97. 347, 436 Tibert, Betti. 356 Tiedemann. Hank, 278, 279. 346 Tietge, James. 449 Tierney, Mary Jane, 135, 375 Tilden, Doris. 385 Tilger, Hilis, 413 Tuneum, 314 , - Tilson, Ritchie IN.. 91. . 23 Tii?:nberlake. Keith, 405 Timbers, Mary, 346. 376 ' Tirrimins, Emily, 203, 302, 3. 7 3 Timo, Dominic, 225 Tipton, ROY. 448 Tjerrgie, Gordon, 322. .43 Tobell, Dick. 345 Tobeey, Russell, 402 Tobiason, YValter, 202. 306. 396 Tobin, Gordon, 427 Tobin. Irv, 427 Todd, David, 403 Todd, Jack, 404 Toepel, Yifilliam. 415 Tollenaar, Janet, 381 Tolton, Julius, 97 Tomlinson, Bilie.. 313 Tomlinson. Priscilla 378 Tompkins, Davis, 395 Tompson, Mariana, 383 Toner, Ethelyn, 17 Tongue. Gordon. 323 Toomey. I-lelen, 346 Toomey. Thomas, 346 Toothacker, Joel, 393 Torheim, Robert I-I., 97, 332, 423 Torka, Dolores, 367 Torkelson, Janet, 371 Torkko, Carl, 322, 398 Torney. Jack, 258, 261 Torrance, Chai-land, 223. 322, 331, 376 Tori-ence, YVil1iam l.l'. 407 ' Io11br?nce,YVilliam S., orrey, Ph, 11' , :ll:otem Clug, 253385 ousaw, Pl 'l' , ,- 222, 322, 31351p C' qt' Towers. Lou, 291 Towers, Lucille, 374 TOW9, M2ll'.lorie, 379 Towne. Alanson, 97 Towner. 1Villiam, 336 410 ' Townsend, Donald, 2125 Townsend, Ivan, 439 'I racy. John, 424 Traeger, Robert, 422 Trafton. Gerald. 423 Tfaser. Robert. 97, 259, 261, 304, 320, 397 Tlflzvstow, John XV., 97, graslf. Leo. 320, 408 F9-U man. Beverl ,, 98, 330, 369 y B Travis, Ivan. 116 Treacy, Dick, 418 Treager, Phyllis, L45 T"ef1'SUI'61'. Vifinter, 318 Treearten, James, 248 Tlielger, Ray. 394 Tremblay, Dick, 306, 419 Tremblay, Julienng, 346. 370 TN-lmper, Gail, 367 Tfemper, Harriet. :zso Tfemner, YVi11iam ln, 98, 397 ' Trexler, Gene, 419 Trglglett, Beverly 1.,9s, ' I Trims, Elsie. 445 Tlgglile, Lawrence G., Trogdon,1Villiam II. 98, 416 ' Trohimovich. Anna T Ngae. 218 ro 1imovich,Stanl f 214 Q5 Trosper. Mary Sue. 447 Trotter, 1Villiam, 344 Trowbridge, Janet, 378 Trucano, James. 400 Trucano, Lucille. 216, 219, 288. 289. 315 Trueblood. Janet, 302, 316, 371 Trueman, Ann R.. 98, 443 Truitt, James, 225 Truscott. Ruth. 376 Tryck, Dorothy, 443 Trzesniowski, George, 449 Tsai, XVilliam. 338 Tsutsumoto. May, 291 Tucker, Beverly, 436 Tucker, Gerald, 214 Tucker, Joyce, 330 Tucker. Philip, 406 Tuerke. Virginia, 225 Tlgegsley. Bruce N., 98, I Tuohy, Cedric, 419 Tupper, Howard, 215, 221, 325 Tupper, James, 243, 305. 308. 320, 407 Tupper, Thomas, 319 Turner, J. Dale, 98.219 Turner, Donald, 398 Turner, Dean Edward L., 32 Turner, E, C., 421 Turner, Gil, 219, 225 Inez F., 98. 351 Turner, Turner. John, 214 Turner, Mardette. 200. 356 Turner, Noel. 448 Turner, Robert G.. 98. 395 Turner, Vernon, 404 Phyllis I., 98 Tusler, Tilson, Andy, 263 Tutle, Hiram, 214 Tvete, Dorothy, 346 Twedt, Harry, 437 Tweit. Eloise. 206. 441 Twigg, Barbara J.. 93. 369 Twiss, NVinifred, 337. 432, 441 Twitchell, Barbarfl. 295. 329, 443 Twohy, Thomas, 9 8, 338 I I. ll lllllllll Ill! llllll, L. 24 L fl . -1 -,., 1 -"A Congratulations to the staff on the production of this hook. May their successors meet the challenges to their ingenuity as successfully as those who have produced the 1948 Tyee. l I 2028 TERRY AVENUE SENECA 0313 SEATTLE 1, WASHINGTON YVilkinson, Ruth, 4 45 310 Ulbrickson, Coach Leonard. 401 YVagner, Calvin, 393 YVales. S., 43 1Verby, Helen, 225 XVest. Walker. Patricia A.. 1Vilson Tydeman, Stephen F., 98, 225,323,412 Tyler, Joanne, 370 Tyler. Richard, 119 Tyler, Vern, 313 Tymczyszyn, Joseph, 98 Tyon, Thomas, 425 Tyson, Joe. 279, 416 U Uddenberg, Patricia, 316, 441 Udell, Robert, 417, 429 Uhlig, Glen, 323 Uhrich, Josephine, 222, Alvin, 242, 280, 301 Ulloa, Edward, 395 Ulrich, Josephine, 346 Umphrey, Martha, 191, 215 Umsted, Louis, 393 University Christian Union, 345 Unsoeld, Marion, 351, 355 Unzelman, George H., 98, 325 Uomoto, Dick, 345 Urback, Larry, 427 Usitalo, Richard, 426 Utterback, Clinton, L., 23 Utterstrom, J. R., 43 V Vachon, Ellsworth, 93, 98, 118, 318, 390, 425 Vague, Jim, 346 Vail, Prof. Curtis, 23, 117 Vale-ntine, Mary Anna, 98, 120, 315. 346 Valentine, Eleanor, 98, 224, 337, 372 Valentinetti, Aurora, 201 Valissarkos, Kath- erine, 443 Van Arsdol, Don, 121, 406 Vancil, H., 208 Vandenburgh, Edith, 98, 374 Vandenburgh,VVilliam, 98, 247, 255, 270, 304, 320, 407 Vandermark, Ellennan, 384 Vanderpool, Gerry, 366 Vander Sys, Arthur, 395 Van Devanter, Bob, 183 Van Devanter, John, 153, 214, 339 Vane, Samuel, 426 Va1Q3Fosse-n, Edward, 3 Van Gasken, John, 424 Van Horn, Anne, 378 Van Horn, Prof. Robert B., 27 Van Hyning, Jack, 98 Van Krevelen, Keith, 335213, 215, 223, 322, Van Natter, YVilliam, 144, 314 Vannet, David, 448 Vannice, Leslie, 422 Van Ornum, Ruth, 330 Van Otegham, Jim, 342 Van Rooy, Bill, 179,185, 306, 326, 396 Van Rooy, Russell, 98, 183, 321, 405 Van Slyke, Elston, 98, 156, 321, 400 Van Soelen, Elaine, 372 Vai55Soelen, Marilyn, Van VVyck, Carol, 374 Varsity Boat Club, 308 Varsity Hall, 448 Vaughan, Bob, 292, 322 Vagiaigfhaii, Vivian, 134, Vaughn, Claire, 445 Veatch, Helen, 133, 137, 147, 164, 383, 430 Velas, Betty Jean, 98, 311 Velas, George, 413 Venables, Mollie, 375 Veno, Fred, 395 Vercoe, Ralph, 439 Viiilgulst, Henry, 223, Verretto, Dean, 426 Verrier, Norma, 365, 371 Versoi, Richard, 398 Vetter, Phyliss, 206, 328, 441 Vickery, Douglas, 230, 320, 395 Vickluntl, Mildred, 336 Vickner, Edwin, 23 Victor, Ethel, 445 Vidricksen, Nathalie, 165, 374 Viele, Barbara, 136, 302. 373 Viggers, R. F., 225 Vilas, Joan, 377 Villar, Anita, 193, 310 Qgilleneuve, George, 98, 6 Villesvik, Gordon, 418 Villesvik, Malcolm, 98, 418 Vincent, Blvthe, 435 Vincent, Lillian, 206 Vincent, Martha, 371 Vigniing, Doris, 98, 153, 4 Vinson, Vinson, Robert, 422 Vitulli, Dick, 313 Voeks, John, 219, 225 Vohs, Harold, 406 Vomot, Paul, 407 Volk, Edith, 296, 342, 432, 444 Vonder Haar, Viferner, 321, 412 Voris, Marjorie, 98, 310, 311 Vorwerk. VVilliam, 409 Vosner, Gae, 387 Vowles, He-len, 98 Vowles, Jeanne, 98, 311 W 1Va.ddell, Capt, Free- man B., 40 TVaddell, Herbert, 395 Wiiiglngton, wnnem, Gloria, 447 YValling, John, 428 XVallis, Bill, 418 1Vallis,M!Sgt. G. A., 41 YValls, Elwood 191, 403 1'Vallstrom, Ira, 214, 215, 217, 219, 345 YVg.5gstrom, Lloyd, 215, YValmsley, George, 176, 306. 396 Yifalsh, Eva, 311 YValsh, Paul, 399 YVamsly, YVelcome, 215, 216, 219, 221, 325 TValter, Bruce. 117, 301, 304, 390, 393 Vlfalter, Donald E., 99, 319, 339 17Valter, Donald, 426 YValter, Estelle, 382 1Valter, J. L., 285 YValters, Bert, 427 1Valters, Denzil Lee. 99. 153 YValters, Edna, 443 1Valters, Frank A., 99, 396 1Valters. John, 408 Yilalters, Ken, 403 NValters. Mrs. Marget,- ret, 117, 121 1Valthers, Russ, 413 YValtheW. Ann, 386 YValton, David Ryther, 99 YValton, Marjorie, 372 iVa,namaker, Frances, 216 17Vanamaker, Jackie, 371 1Vanamaker, Mrs. Pearl, 15 XVarbington, Helen. 434. 436 XVarchol. Bernice A.. Xilelbb, Cecil, 186. 305. 4 8 1Vebb,RobeI't, 219 1Vebb, Ruth, 367 Webb, Sanford, 323 YVebb. Wilfred, 4 23 Vifebber, John, 419 W'eber, Edwin, 402 Vileber, Laurel,381 VVeber, Lorraine, 344, 347, 435, 445 XVeber, Marjorie E., 100. 310 XVetzel. Frank. 410 1Vhalen, John, 448 1Vhaley, Beverly, 294, 329. 380 VVhaley, Paul, 416 YVha.ley, VVarren, 409 1Vheeler, Alfred. 314 Vifheeler, Carolyn, 384 1Vheeler, Otto K., 100, VVade, Betty, 292 Vilade. Hone, 311 YVade, Nancy G., 99 TVade, Robert, 225 VVade, Virgene, 4 3 5 Vifadeson. May Beth, 337. 372 Wadleieh. Robert, 409 Wigghter, John. 287, Ylfagenfuehr, Joanne, 386 YVHE-TIl6l'. Robert YV,, 99,345,406 Tifagner, Sylvia. 99, 311 1Vahlstrom, Nelson A., 17,117,121 VVaite, Betty. 315. 443 VVa1te. Daniel, 326, 327 Yilggcefielcl, James H., VValderon, Albert D., 99. 404 Waldo,Robert,18,121, 301 YValdowski. Pat. 376 Vlaldron, YVilma. 336, 436 TValker, Dorothy J., 99, 219. 447 TValker, George. 332, 426 TValker, Gloria E., 99, 447 YValke1-Janet C., 99, 200. 224, 447 TValker, Joan. 377 Yvalker, Niel, 415 TVa1.l1ker, Norma C., 99, 7 133, 291, 311, 337,374 377, 445 YValker, Ronald, 415 TValker, Virgil F., 99, 426 Vifalker, 424 YVall, Bill, 280, 416 Wall, Dorothy, 375 YVall, Jan, 288, 293,315, 362, 367 VVa1l. Richard, 46, 99, 424 Wall, Robert, 221 1Vallace, Ruth, 328 YVallach, George, 313 YVallen, Bruce, 410 Wallen,Lois, 345, 443 Wie-tllligren, Mon C., 14, Vifal ter. 2 60, 99, 322, 445 XVard, B'ob, 345 1Va.rd, Donald, 416 XVard, Ethel, 443 XVard, Gretchen, 296, 445 XVard, Jack, 281 XVard, Kenneth. 322 1Vard. Margaret, 447 1Vard, Patricia. 355 YVard, Sally, 380 1Vard, Tom, 253 1Vardin, 1Villiam. 415 'Ware. YVeber, Robert, 419 TVeber, Tom, 318. 349 1Veberg, Russel, 344 1Vebert, James, 439 XVeech, Marx. 225 1Veeks, David, 401 XVeeks, Dolores, 133, 136, 139.214, 225,291, 302. 365, 366 YVeeks, TValter, 396 Rfegener, Ann. 377 8Vegener, Stiles, 306, 397 TVei, Judith, 297 N'Vei, TVen Yun, 297 VVeidlich. Mary Frances, 347 YVeil, Bob, 119, 390, 427 1Veil, Dorothy. 343. 382 1Veingarten, Thelma Jean. 100 Yifeinmeister. Arne. 232, 283.304, 320,396 1'Veinmeister, Helen, 310 1Veir, Luella M., 100, 384 XVeir, Robert. 323 XVeisenborn. Frank, 219, 225 1'Veiss, James L.. 100. 121, 122, 306.406 1Veiss, Reinhard, 409 Rfelborn, Donald, 426 TVelborn, Thomas, 426 YVelch, Charles. 272, 358, 359 TVe-lah, Dehn S., 100, . 2. wliitfn, Ralph, 218, 279. 408 XVelch. Ralph fPestJ, 228. 229 XVelch. Rose Mary, 371 1VelKc5i, YVilliam Henry, 1. NYelcome, G. F., 43 448 1Vhelpley, Howard, 43, 118, 433 YVhipple, Doris M., 100, 311 YVhisler, Milton M., 100.221, 323, 392 TVhisman, YValter, 404 XVhitacre, Sam. 424 1Vhitaker, Anne. 165 YVhitaker, Mary,366 YVhitaker Robert K., 1Vilcy. Margaret Ann, '101. 337. 366 1Viley, Victoria, 12, 135, 164, 378 YVilkes, VValter, 338 1Vilkeson. Marion, 101, 117,137,288.289,303, 315. 364, 379 1Vilkinson, Trevor, 263, 264 XVilkinson, Richard, 406 YVill, Robert. 308. 408 YV1llard, Betty Jean, 333 YVilley, Kjar, 328 1Villfonf:. Gloria J., 101. 369 TVilliams, Avis G., 101 XVilliams. Barbara, 1Varen, Richard, 406 Yval-ner, Damon R . 99 NVarnick, James, 425 Warp, O. Stanley, 99, 403 1Varren, Al, 423 Vxfarren, Charles. 419 YVarren, Donald J.. 99 YVarren, James, 393. 422 XVarren, Jerry. 418 'Wari-en, Richard H.. 99, 338 YVascher, Barbara J.. 251 955 XVelke. XValter. 202 1Veller, Jo Ann, 100, 296 XVells, Dave, 395 XVel1Js, Doris, 131, 135, 37 1Vells, Dorothy. 386 1Vells. Jack, 419 1Vells, Jack, 425 1Vel1s, John, 409 1Yells. Jean. 366 1Vells, Larry. 392 1Vc11l3?i, Marjorie, 311. XVeltS. Keith, 401. XVenke. Charlotte, 37 8 100. 313' YVhitaker, Ronald, 409 1Vhitcomb, Charles, 338 Vlhitcomb, Nancy. 310 TVhite, Claude. 285, 286, 439 TVhite. Colleen, 380 NVhite, Doug, 275 N'Vhite, Geraldine. 371 X'Vhite, George. 428 XVhite. Grace, 345 VVhite, Jean, 441 YVhite, Nancy, 133. 374 YVhite, Phyllis, 351, 370 1Vhite, Ralph. 322, 335 TVhite. Robert, 313 TVhite, Sam, 107. 246, 249, 255, 256, 266,267, 320, 416 , YVhiteaker, Jack. 418 TVhitehead, Barbara. 122, 133, 202, 203.302, 309. 383 YVhitehouse, Ernest, 214 TVhitely, 1'Villiam, 326 YVhitford, John, 426 YVl1ltl'l211'l'l. Dianne, 366 XVhiting. Robert. 416 XVhitinp:, Robert,120. 122. 406 1Vhitley, Mary E., 372 1Vhitman, Chester, 415 XVhitman, Lillian, 100, 222. 303, 334. 445 N1'hitman. D. Peggy. 119. 133. 383 1VilliamS.Bryan. 419 1'Villiams, Burton O., 101, 323 YVilliams, Carle, 146, 425 1Villiams, Donald. 401, 409 1Villiams, Dorothy J.. 101, 443 1Villiams, Eileen M.. 101, 288, 291, 293.295, 296, 315 YVilliams, Forrest, 339 XVilliams, George, 420 YVilliams, Harry M., 101. 403 Williams 219. soi, 1Villiams, Hugh, 241, 338 Joseph, 426 1Villiams, John Hill. 101. 153, 346 TVilliams, June, 447 1Villiams, Kenneth L., 101, 283, 408 YVilliams, Lou. 404 YVilliams, Margaret, 351 YVilliams, Mary G, 369 YVilliams, Owen B.. 101. 407 1Villiams, Robert, 413 1Villiams, Roger, 400 YVilliamS, Ross, 272 273. 401 11'illiams.Shim-ley,373 XVilliamson, Carol M., 101, 310. 311, 325 11'illiamson, Kenneth. 387, 445 1Vhitmer, Donald N., 100, 409 XVhitmer, Romayne, 413 YVhitmore, Ernest R., 100. 400 YVhitner. Bruce. 253. 400 1Vhitner, Richard. 414 11'hitney, Henry, 415 YVhitney Jacqueline, 441 1Vhitney, Richard, 216 XVhitney Thomas, 119, 409 YVilliam E., 428 1Villis, Loren. 405 1VilliS, Robert. 414 XVillis, Shirley, 316. 383 YVillis. Virginia, 351. 355 1Villiston. Dr. Frank, 329. 336 YVilliver, Dayton, 439 illner. Dick, 343, 394 XVills, Elbert, 420 TVillson. Kent R., 101, YV 404 1Villson, Rocky, 335 1Yilson, Alice, 101, 303, 99, , .,.. Rfasseir. Velma, 121. 126,131,137,139.163. 214, 225, 302. 329, 380 YVasson, James, 433 YVasson, John, 326 YVatchie. Dick. 416. 429 XVatchie. John A., 99, Marian, 135, KVenkert, Ernest, 225 NVepfer, Virginia, 328, 366 'Wei-ry, Arthur, 325 XVerstiuk, Howie, 279, 419 NVescott. Charles. 416 XVesley Club. 348 1Vesley House, 349 416 Wiatchie, 380 XVaters, Richard J., 99 Wfatkins, John E., 99, 409 XVesse l, Amalia, 346 1Vest, Alice, 33 3 XVest. Ann,-143 YVest, Gerald, 392 1Vest, Margaret J., 100, 295. 432, 445 YVest. Nancy, 334 YVest, Patricia, 381 Robert. 404 YVatkins, Samuel D.. 100, 409 XVatrous, Marie, 443 YVatson, Dick, 268 Vfatgon, James C., 100, 32 YVatson, Jean. 436 1Vatson, John Venn, 327 XVatson, Richard, 320, 397 NVatson, Robert. 400 Yklagson, Stanley KV., 1 0 1Vatson TVilliam 426 XVatts. VVilliam, 406 XVay, Patricia O'Sulli- van, 215, 217 NVay, Stephen, 433, 449 1Vayland, 1Villiam, 401 XVetherly, Sue. 383 XVeatherston, Jane, 377 XVeaver, Arthur, 399 YVeaver, Carolyn, 378 Weaver, Donna, 311 Weaver, Michael, 415 YVest. Theodore C., 100, 213, 215. 223. 322 1Vestberg, Al. 398 1Vestergard, John iVil- liam, 100 Yilesthoff, Jean, 134, 136, 366 XNf6Stl'lOllTl, Margaret L.. 100, 336 XVestin. Martha, 310, 387, 441 1Vestlake. Robert A... 100, 213. 215, 221, 323 1Vestlin, Donald, 424 1Vestlund, XVarren, H 245. 280, 285. 320, 408 NVestn1inster Club, 347 1Veston. Tom. 416 Rfigtgrom, Fred. 191, YVetzel, Florence L., 100, 376 480 YVhitneY. 101 YVhittaker, Ann, 336 XVhittle, Brooks. 401 1VhittleSe5'. Kenneth. 412 YVhitwam, Annabelle, 325. 376 1Vhichman. Robert. 397 NVichman, 1Yilliam, 214 Xifick, Raymond, 312 YVicks, Raymond, 314 XVicks, Robert. 395 XVickson, Roger. 404 YVicksrom, Roy, 314 YVidman, Margaret L.. 101.315.4141 XVieland, Harold A., 101. 314 1Viena1'd, Anita, 370 1Vienker, Clive, 145 'Wiggers, Gloria. 291, 336. 376 Yifiggins, Barbara, 133, 134, 375 YViggins, Robert. 396 1Vightman, Floyd, 439 TVigle, Howard D., 101 Yifilbanks, Hoyt. 424 YVilburn, Gwen, 370 XVilcoX, Prof. E. R., 27 TVilcox, Kenneth, 322 XVilcox. Leroy. 219, 225, 319 1Vilcox, Milo, 399 YVild, Eileen, 441 N'Vilder, Norma, 441 1Vilder, Ronald, 448 Wiley, Bebe, 374 364. 374 XVilson, Barbara. 317 NV' ilson Boland, 4 11 NVilson:Char1es, 336. 397 1Vilson, Dennis, 199 XVi1son, E. Constance. 101. 153 'Wilson, Delores, 311 YVilson, Gene. 401 XlYilSOl1,GSOY2'6 A.,1,01. 418 YVilson, Helen S., 18 1'Vilson. Herb. 273. 279. 329. 407 1Vilson. H. 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