Western Washington University - Klipsun Yearbook (Bellingham, WA)
- Class of 1938
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WM ELEANOR REASONER, EDITOR
JANE TEMPLIN, ASST. EDITOR
BILL EOWLER, BUSINESS MGR.
FORREST I-IAWLEY, IART EDITOR
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WESTEQN WASHINGTON CIQLLEGE or EDUCATION
if Blightly Shulfszzrz., .Sister peak Io NIL Baker, atirncfs
imlrisfs and cnlfperf climlwrs alike by its nliglzf-y
ik The library . . . 7C'Il0.Vl,' quid lnvazdy guards rvflvc-
tion! and avtfracfs atlznirffrs.
conlrrzvriy to fha f'Ul!ll'I1-Cl' . . . we are
'not crazy . . . merely in love za-iih our
setting . . . the .sparkle of blue 'waters
. . . fha glistening of snow crozcwzrzl peaks
. . sunlit campus . . . i-my covered walls
. . . we had to talk . . . and the talk
turned to a CHAMBER OF COM-
YOU .... v cfm at WWC .,. . baggage in
lmml on your way up new .s'te'p.s' . . . a future
in the molding . . . in and out of classes
. . . raising the football CILBFT . . . a stroll
flown to a boat filled bag . . . gaietg the
rule at parties . . . the college, friend to
laughter, comlonmg and l7l.S'plTl7lg Pach afl-
'Uf"lLl'1lTP . . .
Sf? ADMINISTRATION .. .. RIBS OF STEEL
il? CLASSES .. .. TI-IROUGI-I TI-IE MILL
if? ACTIVITIES- .. .. .. SOCIAL WI-IIRL
Sf? ORGANIZATIONS .. UNITED ELEMENTS
if SPORTS .. .. . .. WILD LIFE
shaping new policies . . . footprints in the
sands of time at lV.W'.C .... controlled co-
operations . . . character .s'pr'cialists . . . more
fun to know . . . hats off!
A sunset among the islm1.cl.9 of Clzuckanzcf Bay ....
Thvre are 1753 of thrfsp iSlll7l,IlS in flu' Pugffz' Sunni!
district to enjoy.
Prexidfnt Fi6'llI'T and Ifjalmur Stnfzmssrm . . . two
noted explorers . .I . one of the Arctic . . . the other
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The development of this College has been consistent with the
growth of the Paclc Northwest. Ten years after the State of Wash-
ington was admitted to the Union, this College started its work with
small beginnings and has expanded with the development of the coun-
try. The qualities which have characterized the College throughout
its history are those which belong to the people of the Puget Sound
region. According to geographers, this region has the physical condi-
tions for making a fine civilization. Here if anywhere in the whole
United States the people 'should enjoy a high type of civilization that
is possible in a democratic society. Education is the foundation of such
a goal. This College is devoted to furthering such a civilization in this
C. H. FISHER, President
Western Washington College
In Dr. Kuder as registrar, we campus
folk have found a faithful friend . . .
a gallant comrade . . . a man whose
well rounded interests portray them-
selves in action . . . Those who know
him admire his friendly spirit . . . His
most noted attribute is his scintillating
smile and sparkling wit . . .
DEAN of WOMEN
Practical as she is smart . . . our Dean
of Women, Miss Florence Johnson with
an aura of friendliness and dignity . . .
from early morning classes to midnight
balls her effort toward harmony has
won the admiration and friendship of
all her school . . .
DEAN of MEN
A veteran is W. J. Marquis, the good
natured Dean of Men, young in spirits
as any of the students he advises . . .
His College Problems classes make this
complex business of getting an edu-
cation much easier . . . We're here and
116'S here . . . and we hope he stays
a long time . . .
wcncnsc zu Asssis OF!
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' ARNTZEN, EDWARD J. ' BOND, E. A.
Social Sciences Maitlicnuiiics
A. B., A. M., University of Washington A. B., Paeilic Universitv
Gmcluate Student Columbia University Ph. D., 'l'e:xeliei's College, Columbia
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' HCEDERSTROM, MOYLE F. ' COTTON, JACK C. ' COUNTRYMAN, LINDA
English liireetor of Speech Clinic Home Economics
A. B., A. M., University of Minnesota Ph. D., Ohio Suite University, Uulninlius, B, S., Milwaukee Downer College
l'h. D., University of Washington Ohio A. M., Teachers College, Columbia
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9 BURNET, RUTH A. ' BUSHELL, DONALD G. ' CARVER, S. E.
News Writing Public School Music Physical Education
A. B., University of Washington A. B., A. M., University of Washington A. B., Stanford University
University of California
University of Iowa
Western Washington College of Education
' BOOTH, MIRA E. 9 BOSON, NILS ' BREAKEV. HAZEL
Public School Music Public School Music APC' I
A. B., University of Washington B. Music Erl'uc-ation, Nortliweslern B. S., 'l'e:ieliers College, Columbia
A. M., 'Fezlchers College, Columbian University' ' University
University New Englaind Censcivzitory of Music, School of .Arts 111111 Cfilftsi B01'k019Y,
Columbia University C211f01'I11i1
' CUMNIINS, NORA B.
A. B., Minnesota Stat-e University
A. M., Columbia University
Grzuluaite Student, Columbia Unirersii,y
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' GRAGG, GEORGIA P. ' HICKS, ARTHUR C.
Western Washington Colh-gc of Iirliic-zitimi A. B., A. M., University of Oregon
A. N., Pailiner School of Peninzinsliip
Ph. D., Stanford University
' KANGLEV, LUCY '
A. B.. A. M., Univr-rsii,y of lVflSlllllg'l0Il
Grznlnzite Student, Colninbiu, University
Ph. D., 'Fcacliers College, Columbia
' HUNT, THOMAS F.
A. B., University of Minnesota
A. M.. Clark University
University of Chicago
KIBBE, LYNUS A.
B. S., Linfield College
A. ll., A. M,, University of Washington
A. M. Columbia University
University of Chicago
Western Washington-College of Education
' GARVIN, RUTHELEN
B. S., University of Washington
R. N., Harborview Division, University of
' HOPPE, VICTOR H.
Curry School of Expression
A. M., Nortlitxvestern University
University of Chicago
University of Michigan
' JOHNSON, FLORENCE E.
B. S., University of Wnsliiiigtcui
A. M., Mills College
' LANPHERE, W'ILLlAM
1'h. D., University of Wushinghin
9 LAPPENBUSCH, CHAS. F. 9 LONGLEY, GERTRUDE
Physical Education Home Economics
B. S., University of Washington B. S., A. M., TL-zichcrs College, Coluinlviai
University of Chicago
9 LUSTERMANN, PAUL
Band :mil Orch:-strzil Instrulne-ills Eilucutioii
Royal Clni1Servutcn'y, Leipzig, Uvrlnuny
9 MARQUIS, W. J.
A. B., A. M., University of Washington
9 MEAD, MAY, R. N. 9 MILLER, IRVING E.
Northwestern Hzmitariuin, Port Tuwnselnl, A. B., University of Roclicstur
VVushingt0n A. M., Ph. D., University of Cliicngo
University of Washington
9 PHILIPPI, H. C. 9 PLYMPTON, HAZEL
B. S., A. M., University of Missouri Ph. B., University of Chicago
University of Washington A. M., Teachers College, Columbia
University of Chicago University
9 LOVEGREN, MAY G.
'l'yp+,-writing and Otlice Prgicticc
Washington State College and' W. C. :ii
9 MCGEE, L. A.
Health and Physicail lirlucation
B. S., University of Washingtnn
A. M., Colnmlziii University
9 OSSINGER, MARY
B. H., University of Washington School
Certificziie of Public llezlllh, Universify
9 RICHARDSON, CHARLOTTE B.
B. S., A. M., Teachers College, Columbia
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Secretary to the Director ot' 'Pruiuing
' CASANOVA, KATHERINE M.
Campus School, First Grade
B. S., A. M.. Columbia University
San Jose, California State 'l'oz1cl1ei's Collvgo
Campus School, Eighth Grade
B. S., 'Fcnclicrs College, Columliial
University of Wasliington
Western Washington Collcgc of lllnluz'-ation
' DAWSON, MARJORIE E.
l'l'imury Supervisor in Cify Schools
B. S., A. M., fI'ouclwrs Colh-ge, Columbi
0 ELLIOTT, IRENE M, ' ERICKSON, EMMA E. ' GRIM, PAUL R.
Campus School, Second fhwule 'I'q,-vlniiquc nf Teuclzing Campus School, Ffinih Graule' '
B, S,, A. M., 'lmufzliei-5 Collvgu, Columbian 13. S., A. M., Univvrsity of Mium-som B. S., A. M., Ohio Static University
University Slate Tvachers College, lllooi-lu-ml,
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' KINSMAN, PRISCILLA M. ' MERRIMAN, PEARL
Campus School, Third Grzulc Campus School, Fourth Grade
Ph. B., Flfliu-ation, University of Clliir-:ago A. B., A. M., Stahl Tcaclu-rs College,
A. M.. 'l'i:ac'liers Collvgc, Columbia Grccelify, Colorado
University Graiiuate Studi-ut, 'fezuflicrs Colh-gc,
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' RICH, MARY E.
llirvvtor of Training.: School
B. H,. A. M., Teac-liers Collvgzu. Columbia
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' VAN FELT, RUTH ' WENDLING, ELSIE
Campus Sr-hool, Hvrouth Gi-zulu Supr-i-visor in City Schools, Junior High
A. B., University of California School
A, M., '1'oacliors Colle-go, Columbia B. S.. A. M., 'l'c-aclicrs Collugv, Columbia
' Gr:uIu:1i'r: Work, Uuirorsity of Wisvousiu
' NICOL, SYNVA K.
Campus School, Pro-Priniary
A. li., Frosuo State 'I's-zufliers College
A. M., 'I'om'lwrs Collcgv, Columbia
' TRENT, E. WILMA
Supervisor in Citiy Schools
A. B.. A. M,, University of Iowa
Uuirursiiy California, Uuivvrsily of Cliivago
' WILLIAMS, MARY LOUISE
CEIIIIIHIS Si-hool, Sixih Grarle
B. E., Milwaukr-v Stair 'lIl'2lt'IlCl'S College
A. M.. 'Vvaclinrs College, Columbia
Secretary to the Registrar
MYRTLE C. BUR NHAM
Secretary to the President
Assistant in the Appointment
Secretary to Rcseureh Bureau
' A LYN HUGHES
Assistant to Business Olficc
ORLENA YOUNG C110 piciurej
' 1 'X Assistant to RG'giSiIl'2ll',S Office
MILDHED E. TREMAIN
Secretary to Dean of Women
The faculty at ease . . . Wednesday nite play hours The Club
Lido . . . the peppy party that brought laughs that echoed on the campus
for a week . . . Afternoon teas with our profs holding the flooi
Personalities . . . Ruckmick is a photography enthusiast in classes
and out of class . . . An automobile takes Miss Rich s spare time
"going someplacen? . . . Everyone has followed Dr Bond on a hike
someplace . . . Kibbe's tramps are traditional Lanphere hobbies
in flowers . . . Following wayside trails Miss Hopper 1IdeS horseback
. . . Paddling her own canoe is Muss Ullin's favorite pastime
Cribbage board . . . or a set of golf clubs never fail to make Coach
time happy time . . . A fishi
of them, the core of WWC's c
'chocolatesn Burnam, Kenji Ito covers W.W.C
Miss Ullin pl'QlJ2ll'C5 for Club Lido
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counter attractions . . good time . . . pn'-
paring for success . . . in the race . . . made
for the nzany . . . indispensable ivwestments
. . take your choice
Beautiful scenic Ch1lCll'll'll,!lt Drive . . . its changing
moods an attraction to tourists . . . ifx bay, a haven
To and from classes . . . carefree youth . . nz fhezr
stride toward ilu' more complicafed "Uwe:
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Original minded leaders . . . they majored in ingenuity . . . with
results . . . immeasureable energy toward the new and intellectual . . .
luncheon with Luther King, negro miracle in tonal beauty . . . novelty
and intrigue at Cupid's Hop . . . dancing and romancing . . . a sweet-
heart's paradise . . . with accent on youth . . . the barn dance, a country
cacaphony in an agricultural atmosphere . . . featuring farmers, hoedown
and the merry mix-up of a square dance . . . now they're gr-ads . . . with
a background of intelligence, personality and wisdom that shall make
them able to handle the problems of life as they have those of college
. . . the best of our wishes go with them . . . so, 'til we meet . . . at
Homecoming . . . GOOD LUCK!
SENIOR OFFICERS 1
BOND ......... Advisor
LANGE ..... Secrcta1'y-T1'eilsurer
HOWELL ..,... Vice-President
VANDER GRIEND . . . . President
AHRE, PEARL S. . Lignite, North Dakota
ALLINSON, FERN . Bellingham . . . W. A. A.
AMES, WILLIAM A. . Buckley . . . Sophomore Class
President '35 . Football '34, '35, '36
ANDERSON, LILLIAN M. . Petersburg, Alaska . .
W. A. A. h
ANDERSON, MYRTLE I. . Mukilico . . . W. A. A.
. . , Blue Triangle
APLING, ESTELLA . Camas
BAIRD, HELEN . Des Moines . . . Sclmlarship Society
. Vanudis Bragi
BARTH, FRANCES I.. . Kirklzinfl . , . W. A. A. .
Scepter and Shield
BELL, MRS, ETHEI. . Everett
BENNINGTON, RUTH . Everett . . . Valkyrie Club
. Women's League . Winter Inl'ormal General
BERG, ANNA . Kirlilznnrl . . . W. A. A. . Svepter and
BLANDAU, ELSIE . Puyallup . . . Y. W. C. A. Vice-
Presiclent '38 . Blue Triangle Commission Repres-
BOAL, VIRGIE . Bcllingfhain . . . Boarcl of Control .
Worncn's League Vice-Prcsiilcnt '38
BORGSTEDT, JEANNE . Everett . . . Eflens Hall Social
Chairman '37 . Wome-n's League Commission Pub-
BOWDISH, BETTY ANNE . Bellingham . . . Alkisizxh
Treasurer '36, '37 . Western Viking Feature
BRYSON, LOUISE . Scdro-Woolley . . . Alkisiah
CAMPBELL, EVAN . Bellingham
CARLYLE, HELEN . Carnation . . . Blue Triangle
Treasurer '37 . Western Viking Special Writer
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CHAMBERS, BERNICE . Bellingham
CHRISTY, CATHERINE . Bellingham
CLIBON, UNA . Walla Walla . . . Scholarship Society
. International Relations Club Secretary
COLLEN, ELEANORE . Tacoma
COOK, TERRY . Sedro-Woolley . . . Track '36
COPPER, CHET , Bellinghzun
CRANDELL, RACHEL . Seattle . . . Women's League
General Chairman . Esquire Informal '37
CUNNINGHAM, CLARA E. . Puyallup . . . Alkisiah
President '38 . Blue Triangle
CURTIS, THELMA LUCILLE . Buckley , . . Alkisiah
DAVIES, BETSY . Aberdeen . . . Western Viking Staff
.W. A. A.
DAVIS, HELEN MAY . Buckley . . . Y. W. C. A.
President '37 . Inter-Club Council Corresponding
DAVIS, JEANITA . Sellro-Woolley . . . Blue Triangle .
Orchestral '36, '37, '38
DEACON, MARIE . Seattle
DENTON, MARY . Mount Vernon
DOLAN, JOE . Bellingham , . . Klipsun Business
Manager '36 . Boxing
DOMBROSKI, CHESTER R. . Aberdeen . . . "W" Club
President '38 . Varsity Basketball '36, '37, '38 .
Baseball '35, '36
EBRIGI-IT, .IANE , Seattle . . . Transfer U. Of W.
ECKERT, EARL W. . Puyallup . . . Western Viking
Business Manager '37 . Band and Orcllestrll
Juulores Seuuoes g
EGELAND, JUANITA M. . Friday Harbor . . . Blue
Triangle . W. A. A.
EK, CARMEN . Issaquah . . . International Relations
Club Secretary '37 . Alkisiah
ELLIOTT, ELEANORE CLAIRE . Winlock . . . W. A. A.
ELLIS, CLARINDA P. . Bellingham . . . Y. W. C. A.
ENGEBRETSEN, JOHN . Granite Falls . . . Inter-
national Relations Club
EVANS, THOMAS H. . Chehalis . , . "Personal Ap-
pearance" cast . Klipsun Staff
FACKLER, MILDRED . Bellingham . . . Inter-Club
Council President '37 . International Relations Club
FLAJOLE, MARY . Seattle . . . W. A.A. . Emlens Hall
Chairman . Homecoming Window Display '37
FORBES, JOYCE . Juanita . . . W. A. A. Vice-President
'38 . Blue Barnacles President '38
FORSTER, E, VONDA . Lebanon, Oregon . . . W. A. A.
. Blue Triangle
FRAZIER, EVELYN . Bellingham
FRIZZELL, MERRITT L. . Granite Falls . . . Inter-
national Relations Club Vice-Presirlent '38 . Inter,
national Relations Club Delegate '33
GARDNER, MARY I. . Seattle . . . Alkisiah . W. A.A.
GIBERSON, MILDRED . Ridgefield . . . Y. W. C. A.
GILFILEN, VELNA M. . Bellingham
GLEASON, VIRGINIA . Seattle
GREEN, PATRICIA L. . Seattle . . . Scholarship
Society President '38 . Klipsun I-lop Chairman '38
GREER, MARGARET R. . Aberdeen . . . W. A. A. .
GRIER, BETH M. . Mount Vernon W A A
HALLGREN, RUTH . Fallon, Nexadi Alklsxxli
HANKAMP, LOIS A. . Lynden ,
HANSEN, JAMES E. . Ferndale
HARDIN, JACK H. . Lynden
HATCH, JEAN , Bellevue . .
Treasurer '38 . Western Vikm Art Editor
HATCH KATHERYN . Bellevue . .
. "Julius Caesar cast . 'Much
HAWLEY, FORREST . Lynden . .
'38 . Western Viking Art Editoi 37
HEATON, AGNES . Winthrop . . . Alklsxlh Badminton
HICKLIN, MYRA . Mabton .
HINCHLIFFE, SYBIL . Hoquinm
Editor . Klipsun Staff Writer
HOAG, GILBERT . Mount Vernon
HOLM, ELLEN A. . South Bend .
Hall House President '37
HOLSTAD, NELLIE . Everett . .
retary '37, '38 . Vanzidis Bragi
HOLZHEIMER, ERMAN . Custer Football 3
'36, '37 , Nw" Club
HOSTETTER, HELEN MAE . Bellingham IXllDSLlll
Editor '36 . Western Viking Societk Lditor
HOWELL, BETTY MARIE . Snohomish Edens
Hall President '38 . Jlll'll0lSCl'1l0l Class Vice
HOXSIE, FRANCIS . Camus
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HUDSON, RICHARD L. . Redmond . . . Band '37, '38
. Track '37, '38
HUGHES, MARY . Seward, Aluskzi
HUNT, LESLIE . Portland, Oregon . . . Scholarship
HUMPHREY, EVELYN . Renton . . . Alkisiuh Y
IRVIN, THOMAS P, . Willzxpu . . . B:irlon's House
IVERSON, ARTHUR . Olullzi . . "W" Club i
IYALL, MARY . Olympia . . . W. A. A. . Alkisiah '
JACOBSEN, EDWARD ROBERT . Aberdeen . . . Tri-
Normzxl Golf Champion . Viking Manor Vice-Pres
JAMES, ALICE W. . Granite Falls . . . Womcn's League
Commissinn '37 . Orchestra
JANSEN, JOYCE . . . W. A.A. . Wmncn's Sports
JOHNSON, LOUISE . Bellingham
JOHNSON, PAULINE . Br-llinghum . . . W.A.A.
KELLY, EDNA . Bellingham . . . Western Viking
Staff Writer I
KERSH, LUELLA . Bellingham l
KINK, MARY R. . Bellingham . . . Women's Lvzxgue l
Commission '37 . Junior,Scni0r Class Party Chair- .
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KIRK, RUTH . Bnllinghzun . . . Music
KNIBBS, MARY . Bellingham , . . W. A.A. . Alliisizih
KREITER, WINIFRED . Bellingham . . . Orchestra .
"Much Arlo About Nothing" cast
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LAMMERS, LOUISE . Mount Vernon . . . Alkisiah .
W. A. A.
LANGE, LEO A. . Port Townsend . . . Transfer W. S. C.
. Football '37 . "W" Club Secretary '37
LARSON, HARTMAN . Arlington
LEE, LUCILLE . Bellingham . . . Klipsun Assistant
Editor '37 . Western Viking Staff . Valkyrie
LEIDLE, VERN V. . Herreid, S. Dakota . . . t'Personal
Appearance" cast . "Julius Caesar" cast . Intra-
LITTLE, MARION W. . Nooksack . . . Y. W. C. A.
LITTLE, WILBERT'L. . Seattle . . . International
LUNDQUIST, HELEN L. . Bay Center . . . W. A. A. .
MARRIOTT, VIRGINIA , Mount Vernon . . . Erlens
Hull Social Chairman '38
MCABEE, LOUISE . Port Angeles
MCCABE, MAE B. . Seattle . . . W. A. A. . Blue
MCCLELLAND, MAVIS ELIZABETH . Seattle . .
W. A. A. . Alkisiah
MCGLINN, JIM W. . Bellingham
MCINNES, JOHN . Bellingham
MCLEOD, RUTH . Erie, North Dakota . . . Blue
Triangle . W. A. A.
MCNEE, JOSEPHINE . Snohomish . . . Western Viking
Advertising Manager '37
MEHUS, VIOLA . Bellingham . . . Transfer W. S. C. '37
. W. A. A.
MELLUM, HANNAH . Ulen, Minnesota
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MEREDITH, CHARLES . Seattle
MICKEL, NANCY F. . Centralia . . Transfer Florirla
Southern College . Music
MILLER, MARGARET . Bellingliznn
MOE, PETER . Stanwood
MOLDREM, MAXINE . Bellingham . . . Goddess of
Thanksgiving Festival . W0men's League President
MONSEN, LORRAINE . Everson . Alkisiah
MUNCH, MARGARET . Sumner
NEIL, RALPH . Edmonds . . . Board of Control .
Campus Day Chairman '37
NILSON, VERA . Portlock, Alaska . . . Alkisiah .
W. A. A.
NELSON, ELIZABETH . Tacoma . . . Alkisiah . W. A. A.
NELSON, HAROLD . Edmonds . . . Basketball Captain
'38 . Homecoming Chairman '38
NELSON, MAURICE . Bellingham , . . Dramatics
Assistant Director '37 . Football . Baseball . Track
NIMS, FRANK . Sumas
NOBLE, FERN . Vanvouvcr
OLSEN, MARGIT . Bellingham . . . W. A. A.
ORR, MARY E, . Custer
OSTERBERG, DAVID E. . Farwell, Minn. . , . Inter-
national Relations Club
OXFORD, ECHO . Ferndale . . . Valkyrie Club .
Cupicl's Hop Chairman '38
JUNIORS - SENIORS 2
PATTERSON, GLADYS . Carnation . . . Blue Triangle
. Downs' Hall House President '37
PELEGREN, FRANCES . Bellingham . . . Alkisiah .
Western Viking Staff
PETERSON, IMOGENE . Bellingham
PETERSON, SHARLEE . Ocean Park
PICKETT, NINA MAE . Mount Vernon . . . Inter-
national Relations Club President '38 . Inter-Club
Council Secretary '38
POPOVIC, MILES . Seattle . . . Football '36, '37, '38
PORTER, ED . Raymond . . . Homecoming Dance
Chairman '37 . Intra-mural Basketball
POTTER, ALVA O. . Adams, Oregon . . . "Much Ado
About Nothting" cast . "Julius Caesar" cast
PULVER, MARTHA LOU . Aberdeen . . . Valkyrie Club
President '38 . Women's League Social Chairman '37
RAYMOND, BARBARA . Tacoma
REASONER, ELEANOR M. . Bellingham . . . Klipsun
Editor '38 . Valkyrie Club
REIS, CLAUDE . Seclro-Woolley
RICH, BETTY . Seattle
RICHARDS, ORVILLE . Bellingham
ROWE, MERNA . Shelton . . . W.A.A.
RUPP, HALLIE LOU . Centralia . . . W.A. A.
SANDERS, WINSTON . Edmonds . . . Intra-mural
SIEBEL, MARIBETH . Port Angeles
SMITH, BERTHA M. . Lynrlen . . . W. A. A. . Volley-
ball Manager '38
SMITH, CATHERINE E. . Seattle . A . Valkvrie Club .
"Personal Appearance" Assistant Director '38
SMITH, ELEANOR . Goldemlale
SOLOMON, JOHN W. . Seattle . . . "Julius Caesar"
cast . "Personal Appearance" east . Chorus
SOUKUP, CLARENCE . Edmonds . . . Drama
Western Viking Editor '38
SPENCER, JEAN . Bellingham . . . Transfer W. S.C
'37 . W. A. A.
STEIBER, MERLE . Napa, California
STEPHENS, MARY A. . Bremerton . . W. A. A. .
STEWART, ALBERTA . Centralia . . . Blue Triangle .
STODDARD, PAT , Everett . . . Western Vikin
Staff . "Personal Appearance" cast
STREATER, MARION C. . Quinault . . . W. A. A. .
STROEBEL, MARIAN . Seilro-Woolley
SUMMERS, JEAN . Seattle . . . Vanaclis Bragi
SWISHER, BETTY . Bellingham . . . W. A. A. Pres-
ident '38 . Inter'Club Council Vice-President
TARTE, DORIS . Custer
TESREAU, JEFF . Cosmopolis . . . Intra-mural Basket-
pall . Golf '37, '38
THOMAS, PHYLLIS . Rainier . , . W. A. A.
THOMPSON, LUCILLE . Bremerton
JUNIORS - SENIORS 5
JUNIORS - SENIOIQS
TOLER, NADINE . Bellingham . . . W.A.A. . Blue
TOMLINSON, ELEANOR . Metlakatlzi, Alaslia .
Alkisiah Treasurer '38 -
TROBAUGH, MARY . Maiison
TUCKER, MARY ESTHER . Burlington . . . Band .
VANDER GRIEND, CLARA . Lynclen . . . Junior-
Scnior Class President '38 . Board of Control '38
VESPER, HELEN . Seattle
VINJE, LILLIE ANN . Poulsbo . . . Y. W. C. A.
VOGEL, KATHLYN . Walla Wzilln . . . Transfer
Whitman College '37
VON PRESSENTIN , CAROLINE . Scdro-Woolley . . .
W. A. A.
WANLESS, JUNE M. . Vancouver . . . W.A.A.
WARD, MARY . Bellingham
WHEELER, FRANCES M. . Parauli:-sc, California .
Sceptcr and Chicld
WHITE, ROBERT . Seattle . . . Board of Conlrol '38 .
WICKLUND, ELEANOR . Issziqunli . . . W.A.A.
WILSON, DON . Rosburg . . . A.S.W.W.C. Pres-
ident '38 . "Much Ado About Nothing" cast
WILSON, Lois . Seattle
wmnznow, FLOYD . Forks
ZYLSTRA ,DONALD L . Lynden . . . A. S. W. W. C.
President '37 . "Much Ado About Nothtingn cast
BATEMAN, ANNE DECKER . Bellingham . . , Or-
chestra . W. A. A,
BURG, AGNES . Taconiu . . . Vnnaclis Bragi . W0men's
CAVANOUGH, MILDRED B. . Burlington
FARNUM, FREDA A. . Bellingham
GRAHAM, FLOYD N. . Port Oreharil
JUNIORS - SENICDRS 5
LOWRY, DEBBIE . Thompson Falls, Montana
MCCONNELL, ROBERT J. . Snohomish , . . Inter'
national Relations Club . Orchestra
MENDENHALL, LOIS . Buffalo, S. D. . . Blue
Triangle . W. A. A.
MILES, LAURA M. , Bellingham
MORRIS, I-IOMER . Portage . . , Football '37, '38 .
HALL, HELEN IRENE . The Dalles, Oregon . . .
Blue Triangle . Alkisiah . Oregon Normal Transfer PETERSONJ MRS- EVELYN - SP0k2U1C - - - V1l'11Uli5
PORTER, DOROTHY L. . Oakville
HENDRICKS, ETHEL LOIE . Mount Vernon . . . De-
bate . International Relations Club
ROSS, ETHEL S. . Anchorage, Alaska . . . Scholarship
Society President '37 . Vanzulis Bragi Treasurer '36
HINCKLEY, LAURA FRANCES . Port Gamble
SCHOLD, MARGARET . Silverflale . , . Women's
League Commission '38 . High School Girl's Con-
ference Chairman '38
HUSTON, VELMA F. . Heppner, Oregon . . . W. A. A.
IRELAND, RUTH . Bellingham
I-1ovAN, LOREEN 5. . FQ-mule . . sfholm-Silip STEWART' AVIS 'l' ' lV""'lli""' ' ' ' Alkisial'
THOHSTAD, BLANCHE . Drnmmon, Idaho . . . Choir
KINNEAR, LILLIAN WINSHIP . Bellingham . . . Music
WILLIAMS, SYLVIA M. . Tacoma . . . Vanarlis Bragi
No longer freshmen . . . with impetuous ideals . . . but Sophomores
. . . whose feet are well set on the way to certificates and caps and gowns
. . . They matured and with added assurance and confidence . . . ac-
cented modern college life . . . with its infinite detail . . . the varied and
satisfying social appeal, a spot for culmination of intellectual ideals, a
prophylactic against boredom . . . Progress and production . . . ardent,
contagious football enthusiasm, the success of Phyllis McNamee's able
planning, staged at the WWC-WSC Freshman Iiesta and rally . . . De-
signed for fun and laughter with the dance-minded, the Sophis presented
Kenny Selander and the Cherry Bowl Ball . . . appropriately honoring
George Washington . . . and cherries . . . Intellectual hosts to other stu-
dents and faculty of the college when Frank Davidson, lectured on
"Shrines in Englandv . . . Helen Masters, the Soph's personable secre-
I-IIGGINBOTTOM ..... President
CARVER ...... Vice-President
MASTERS .... Secretary-Treasurer
CEDERSTROM Kuo picturej . . Advisor
Top row-Carlson, Hawley, Barker Top row-Jzunes, Hoag, Howatt, Harvey, Barker
Gooding, Kidder, Courtney, Ellis Jackson, D. Fowler, Fowler, Hale, Gooding
Chappel, Allison, P. Barnes, V. Anderson, Cowles, Bays Finkbonner, B. Hall, Grimes, Gookins, Holdsworth
Bundl, Elstncl, Dickinson, Clarke, Allhnugh Gibbs, A. Johnson, Fisher, Gerard, Hntrh
Braithwzxite, Armstrong, Bjerstedt. Beatty. Adams, F. Blamlenu
Dunning, Aust, Baldwin, Bolsliunnon, Darcy
Top row-Burr, Lzxube. Molcnkzunp. Ricliurdson THD ruw-Wlwvler, Surlcs, Weber, Voorhios
Neucrburg, Pierce, Oherlcitncr, R. Mnrtinson, Merrell SICYGIISOI1, Russell, TYOUCF, Valellia, Shay, A. Peterson
Masters, Page, Rosenzwcig, D. Peterson Willett, Whitcombc, Wainio, Williams, Tamm
Mullen, Nygnrd, Mahan, Ritlenberg, McNznnce Tveten, Watson, Slagle, Schwartz, Sonnelzmrl
Winship, Weston, Shirk, B. Wilson, Tiplin, Townsend
tary-treasurer acted as manager . . . The May Basket Brawl . . . the
last party of the year . . . and new success done in dedication to Spring-
time . . . originated by Arlene Dickinson, chairman . . . sxvingsters
danced to the strains of Jay Curtis' orchestra . . . Interclub Council had
an active member in the person of Leslie Higginbottoin . . . this yearts
prexy . . . who was the stimulus behind many an activity . . . Iniportant
because of their individuality of thought . . . prominence in all-around
activities . . . they knew what to do . . . when to do it . . . and how.
New to college life . . . humorous and youthful yet not fantastic
. . . the air of youth, grace, and charm . . . they covered comfortable
mileage . . . their savage yet futile defense of the Homecoming bonfire
presented their heroes to the hospital . . . the others rallied with over-
whelming enthusiasm promoting a bigger and better blaze . . . mid-
quarter they danced at the Freshman Ball . . . staged in Blue and White
in tune with all the latest they exemplified the versatility of WWC . .
President Mike Zylstra led the way . . . Dr. Hicks held the reins.
Top row-Bever, Backer, Alvorcl, F. Anderson
Bowman, Bailey, Barr, Asmundsou
Bennett, Boone, Burnham, Bolster
Andrle, Berg, M. Barnes, Ahoiliz
Bowdish, Barci, Asplund, Blythe, B. Boothe
Bainarcl, Allen, Ambrose, Anderson
Boyer, M. Humphrey, L. Baker
Top row-Fixx, Goh een
Hansey, B. Fowler, Germain, Glud, Gerry
, Gahr, Gepner, Hohansen, Furness
Hamilton, Harris, Hart, Gildersleeve, Hensell
, Fry, Greene, Herrold, Gunderson
E. Heaton, Gustafson, E. Hall, Genther
Top row-Denton, R. Dolan, Carter, Ferris, Cormier
Curry, Evans, Decier, Cooper, Dorcy
Fussell, Ferguson, Dean, Cribb, Collings, K. Dunn
Dopp, Erickson, F. Caldwell, Cook, Clancy
Engman, Cole, DeBurgh, Call, Eaton
Engelson. Cory, Carver, Clarke, Fegley
Top row-Kirlow, Huler, Holbrook
H. Jacobsen, Klein, Husfloen, Lapinski, R. Jacobsen, Larsen, Miller
Linden, Johnson, Hunter, Lucid, Kinsey, Johnson, Julius, G. Johnson
Fredrickson, Lindstrom, P. Jenkins, Kley, Lynch, Lobe
M. Johnson, M. Jones, Jones, Krause, Johnson, Kuljis
Kaufman, V. Jenkins, Holtzhcimer, A. Johnson, T. Kent
Top row-Krueger, Nix, Nelson, Stinnetie, Hogberg
Kennedy, Osman, E. Moses, Landon, McGee, J. Moses, Mollan
Nubgarzld, J. Olson, McGregor, L. Olsen, Mayer, Munson
Rensing, Meenk, Norton, Martin, 0. Martinson, Oberg
Meyer, Nelson, lVlCSl1QI'l'y, V. Moxley, Morgan, Newell
MeElhoe, Noonan, Nielsen, McKenzie, MacDonald, lVlegurd
Minich Monteith, D. Moxley, Nicholls, Nickel, Meins
Top row-Strom, Sorenson, Stover
Tougzxw, Tilables, Sullivan, Thorpe
Schumann, Tulengu, Smith, Tusoni
Stevens, Van Etten, Titus, Tudor
G. Templin, Shields, Triekey, Teichroew, J. Teinplin
l.. Stoddard, Rilhnan, A. Smith, Squire, Spangler
NOONIANI ..... S - . ' -T -'
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M. ZYLSTRA Cnopicturej . . President
HILL ........ Vice-President
Top row-Martin, Reed, Runnels, Rosentangle, Peterson
Thorsted, Rupp, Rogers, Ridder, Paul
Perry, Szilo, Shannon, Peasley, Shuman
Props, Peterson, Pierron, Parberry, Shrum
Purnell, Reid, Schzius, Simukka, Patinore
Top row-Vogel, Zylstra, Winters
Van Nostrzin, Vasilatos, Southern, Wzildroop
Sperry, Willison, Vallentgoed, P. Vandergriend, Washburn
B. Wilson, Vilwock, Wollzm, Whitworth, Wilson
collrfction caviar . . . music in flu' unifo-rnzml
mmmer . . . frvilight f1'eL'king . . . rlramalic
delights .... 9 plush of color . . . ew-1zi11.g
elegance . . . night flares
Dlarching vnajor . .. thv year?
great addidon to school pride.
Magvzijiccfvzt Mt. Baker . . . "The
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M. Zylstra, Tucker, Witherow, Huclson, Becker, Snow
Mullen, Barr, Peterson, Hunt, Eckert, Knittel
Hawley, Williams, Bowclish, Gaius, Collings, Nelson
Top row: Wever, Evans, Harvey, Solomon, Munson, Bowes, Hogberg, Wilkinson, Bowman
Teichroew, Props, Peterson, Newell, Jones, Thomas, Barnes, Gookins, Westlake, Allhuugh
Weston, Dunn, Thompson, Mellum, Stephens, Boson, Pierce, Raymond, J. Hatch, Martin, Stewart, Kinneau'
Music lovers find expression at VVVVC through Band, Orchestra and
Stepping forward in a splash of bright blue and white uniforms,
the Band has been this year's college pride and joy . . . "Tramp! Tramp!
Tramp!" The Band is marching! At every football game fans reviewed
the new uniform in dress maneuvers . . . with rubber boots, upon occa-
sion . . . This pep organization played at every basketball gameg sup-
ported by the student body, they travelled to Ellensburg for the casaba
tilt there . . . Their Bandmen's Informal was the sensational fall social
String Ensemble . . . Miss Peggy Vander Griend, Miss Maxine Mol-
drem, and Mr. Sheldon Wilkins . . . has added another ribbon to WWC's
Listen! Strains of Liszt, then Shubert . . . Orchestra practice . . .
Practice . . . for that anxiously awaited, traditional concert for piano
and orchestra with Dr. A. C. Hicks as soloistg for Edens Hall Christmas
teag for the Washington Federation of Music Clubs' Conventiong for
incidental music to "Julius Caesarf' for the spring assembly with Miss
Clara Vander Griend and Miss Elsie Tamm as soloists 5 for Commence-
Songsters joined each other in Chorus at the Federated Music Clubs'
Convention, dedication of the new Bellingham High School, Twentieth
Century Club, and in an assembly programme, and joint concert with
the Singers' Club. ,
Top row: Hicks, Blukcslee, Linden, Anderson, Tucker, Barci, Bateman, Tzunm, Carr, Hogberg, Sclirmrrler, Fisher,
Bailey, Moxley, Wolfe,Ecke1't, Gains, Funk, Horn, Allen, Becker
Armstrong, llzitficlcl, Vander Gricnnl, Williams, Clietwood, Colleit, Bushell, Shannon, O. Bushell, McConnell,
Witherow, Mitchell, Davis, James
Drama got off to a start with the pro-
duction of "Personal Appearance," a
la penthouse, in Edens Hall Blue room.
This roaring comedy is a satire on the
worship of movie stars. It has some
social value in debunking the glamour
of Hollywood and its world of make-
believe. The Blue room echoed with
the laughs of its many amusing, and
sometimes risque' Wisecracks and sit-
ANNE MATHESON .... ..,. C urol Arden
TOM EVANS, . . ,... ..,......... B url
REVA BARR ..... ..,. J oycc Struthcrs
PAT STODDARD ,.., ......, IV Irs. Slruthers
MERYL WINSHIP .... .... A unt Kale Burnzlby
NAOMI FUSSELL .,,,. ..........,... G ladys
WILTON POOLMAN .... ......,..,... C lyde
VERN LEIDLE ..... ....., T uttle
HOMER MORRIS ..... ..,.. C hzxuffcur
CATHERINE SMITH. , . ,.... ..,,.. . Icssie
LES HIGGENBOTTOM .... ,... R adio Announcer
Top row-Smith, Morris, Soloman, Hlggenbottom, Evans, loulman
Fussell, Winshlp, Matheson, Leirllc, Stoddard
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Lcidlc, Courtney, I-latch, Swanson, Markgruf, Solomon, Green, Higginbottom, Hoag, Gooding, Pelegrcn, Alluz,
Wilson, Soukup, Selandcr
"Julius Caesar", in ia modern manner . . . with Caesar in a cavalry
uniform, much like the costuming of any modern dictator . . . Was an
unpredictable hit . . . With an airplane's hum and the rat-tat-tat of the
machine gun, the Shakespearean melodrama had the movement and the
colour of a modern propaganda play on Fascism. Every bit of extra-
ordinary lighting equipment made "Julius Caesar" shine in startling out-
lines of our memory. The orchestra built up the atmosphere which made
an unforgettable evening.
"O-So-Peachy" . . . spells Home-
coming . . . an unforgetably per-
fect week-end . . . Amid a show-
er of gay chrysanthemums . . .
"O-So-Peachies" . . . and rain
. . . en masse the student body
turned out to greet the grads
. . . with colorful house displays
. . . amusing programs . . . en-
tertainment reigned . . . Tradi-
tional orchids to Chairman
Harold Nelson for his efficient
planning . . . packing every min-
ute . . . the bonfire . . . dancing
. . . music . . . laughter . . . mem-
ories . . . to him and his co-
workers We give thanks for a
very successful Homecoming
. . . cheering crowds . . . bou-
quets to the band's music and
drills ...A a fever pitch of ex-
citement . . . inspired our team
to a victory over Ellensburg . . .
a glorious climax to a glorious
Summer's Iirst all-school fling at Lakewood
. . . spanliingly clean anll freshly pressed
slacks were the oriler of the clay . . . when
WWC students cast scholastic cares asiflc
to enjoy a day of fun and frolic' . . . In-
flividualists hraveil the depths nf Lake What-
com to participule in the water carnival
. . . boats anal canoes with neophytes and
professionals alike at the ours added excite-
ment to the hour .... The long line-up
adflerl to super-zxppetites . . . collegiates rev-
eled in baked beans and wciner buns . . .
For men only . . . an llI1I'll'ClllClillDlC boxing
card . . ,
The afternoon wind-up with the
Faculty versus Manor boys as
they vied in piling up scores in a
softball game . . . An assembly
of all assemblies for evening Cll-
tertainment . . . planned by Echo
Oxford and her committee . . .
I-larry WelIman's orchestra played
popular music . . . for late even'
ing swingsters on the tennis
court . . . To Leslie Higginbolloin
and numerous assistants go lau-
rels for Campus Day's hilarily
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Names to know . . . names to remember
. . in 1938 . . . these shone in scholar-
ship and social affairs . . .Remember . . .
Decorative and purposeful . . . that's MAX-
INE MOLDREM . . . chosen our most
popular for her crowning success as Wom-
en's League Prexy and Goddess of the Cani-
pus School Festival . . . Her eyes are on a
Doctor's degree and she aspires to be a
topping teacher and a fancy fiddler . . .
Witli the charm of her everlasting smile .
we think she will.
FRANK CHORVAT . . . our favorite for
"Joe-college" . . . won the popularity cup
for his display of admirable sportsmanship
. . . "Fritz" proved an able vice-president of
the student body . . . captainecl his football
team through a successful year and best of
all he is anxious to show the boys how to
dent a pigskiu.
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Vivacious, petite VIRGIE BOAL pounded
Board of Control tables three quarters . . .
Wrangled rec hours two quarters . . . with a
light touch but a firm one . . . Her fortune
of combined energy and personality as in
"The Late Christopher Bean" . . . and then
. . . in her spare time . . . Virgie loves to ski!
The science minded scholar AL BRANDT
has thirteen quarters at WWC to his c1'edit
. . . and further to his credit a grade point
of 3,47 . . . Spare time and re-creation are
almost strangers to Al . . . l-lis consuming
ambition is to do research work in science
. . . Photography fills his hobby hours . . .
Quiet . . . handsome DON ZYLSTRA, who
efficiently and admirably handled the stu-
dent prexy's job. Famous as a member of
the Kitchen Crew and as an organizing,
boosting orchestra member . . . A devotee of
the French horn and student teaching he
expects to go far in the latter . . . We
predict his success.
Adept at the art of living is KATHERYN
HATCH . . . Tops in scholarship popularity
. . . Perpetually busy . . . she has the ex-
uberant personality that takes everything
in its stride, including a grade point of 3.65
. . . For hobbies Katheryn is dramatic
minded and an admitted poor but enthus-
iastic tennis player . . .
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dances . . . Studies in black and white
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today's events: illustrated lectures and
noted speakers . . . Final background
of culture presenting Charles Eagle
Plume and Sydna White.
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Sponsors: clubs and or-
CHIEF EAGLE PLUME
Girls and men danced them off . . .
Popular orchestras played for Friday
rec hours held in the afternoon or eve-
ning as circumstance demanded . . .
Variety was achieved by incorporation
of novel ideas: A Washington special
-the Cherry Bowl Hopg costumed
dancers at the Inhibititon Hop and
Barn Danceg Valentine celebration at
the Cupid Hop . . . Each class and Klip-
sun Staff sponsored these college
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calendar . . . In settings
of balloons, big apples
and music notes, infor-
mals for the year found
sponsors in Wo1nen's
League, Eclens Hall, the
Band and the W Club.
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Clever campaign speeches . . . our first encounter with a voting
machine . . . fastening "I voted, have you?" tags on our shirt fronts
. . . A new board . . . gathering Wednesdays at tea time . . . making new
budgets . . . planning student fun . . . "rec" hours, Homecoming and
Campus Day . . . guiding and advising activities and affairs . . . Quiet,
competent leaders . . . names that are all involved with the under-
ground excitement of being a "board member" . . . They dine together
in fall and picnic in spring . . . gold pins remind past members of happy
The right type of color and showmanship in our campus social and
political activity have done much to make this year a success. We have
done increasingly better work in our associations with other organiza-
tions and our students have participated often in conferences and ac-
tivities sponsored by the colleges of the coastal region. Cooperation and
interest such as have been evidenced are qualities which the student
administration is laboring to make traditional . . . We thank you all
for your help . . . it was appreciated more than you'll ever know.
. DONALD ZYLSTRA
Wilson, President '38
ik Success is the keynote of student effort,
whether on the athletic field, in club
activities, or in scholastic achievement.
More and more is this fact becoming
evident as student enterprises continue
to grow and school spirit reaches new
heights. We may point to this year as
being outstanding in W.W.C. history
DONALD M. WILSON
Top row: Carver, White, Chorvnt
Wilson, Masters, Booth, Vander Griend,
Zylstra, Neil, Boai, Bushell, Thomas
BOARD OF CONTQGL
WWC's budgeteers and law body, the Board of Control, started out
on a year of accomplishment. Led by Don Zylstra an ambitious board
saw several reforms . . . they inaugurated band uniforms, sent the band
to Cheney . . . started dusting off the constitution and chose spring for
Winter elections now saw Don Wilson, a board veteran after serv-
ing as a four-quarter representative, with the prexy's gavel. Members
filed full time in guiding student affairs and re-organizing the consti-
tution. Their careful thoroughness gave an efficient touch . . . and Lake-
Wood was insured against fire . . . Dignity added to the board by the
background of new tables and chairs.
Spring elections . . . and the student's confidence in Bud Neil as
their next president was confirmed by a heavy vote.
DON ZYLSTRA . .... . President
FRANK Cl-IORVAT . . Viet'-Pr1'.vidr'1I,t
JOE V111-IOMAS . ....... , Sccrzftary
CLARA VANDICII GRIENIJ, VIRIQIE BOAL, HELEN RIASTERS
BOE WI'IITE, ITALPH NEIL, DON WIIISON . Student Rl'1ITf'-9l'71ffHfiIl0.9
RTISS NIYRA BOo'I'I-I, MII. SAM CAIWER,
MR. IDONALD BUSIIELL .,.. I'wllL"lLlf'lf IEl'II7'!'S6'7I,flIti'lJl'S
WINTER and SPRING QUARTERS
DON WILSON ......... Presirlmzt
PIIILLIP KIIJDPIR ...... Vicrf-Prexidevzf
JOE TI-IOMAS ......... Secretary
PAULINE BAIINES, SHIRLEY ROCGERS, PIELEN BIASTERS, CLARA
VANDEII GEIEND, BOB WVHITE, RALPH NEIL . Studr-nt Rf'prs'.9cn,ta,tives
MISS CHARLOTTE RICHAIIDSON, Mn. PAUL GIIIM,
Mn, SAM CAIIVEII ..... N Faculty R1'prf.s-mzfrztivm
Thomas, Wilson, Masters, Rogers, Grim, Barnes, Vander Griend, Kidder, Neil, Car
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This with that . . . this Western Viking with that tremendous build-
up of finances through amounts of advertising not equaled previously
in ia decade, led to issuance of a seven-column paper both fall and spring
quarters . . . The staff stepped into Homecoming by editing the annual
Homecoming booklet, an initial attempt and for them, highly success-
ful from the monetary point of view . . . When Vikingites poured at a
tea, it proved to be one of the best attended of the year . . . For major
occasions off campus, the skating rink, homes and print shop provided
settings for soci-ability in the form of parties and initiations . . . In
accord with the times, Roosevelt and Lappenbusch were chosen as the
men of the year . . . A contest which called for the entering of treasured
baby pictures in view of winning a prize netted 68 entrants . . . From
first to last Editor Clarence Soukup and his staff of writers have made
the year 1938, one of worthwhile accomplishment for the Western Viking.
Adding to its other glories, the staff was composed of one of the largest
memberships in history . . . Vikingites must work hard to meet the
Wednesday noon deadline - or face the consequences . . . Gold Viking
pins found proud owners in those staff members who were rewarded
for four quarters of faithful work.
- VIKING STAFF
llll Aunt Jn Spangler, llundbloom, Burci, Heuthcrs, Bowmlish, Templin, Kelly, Soukup, Harrold, Bolster,
Gardner, Fowler, Boothc Soukup Ellt r
GALLEY SLAVES '
CLARENCE SOUKUI' . . . Editor-in-Chief
:EARL Eeximivr, EVAN HILL . Business Nlavzagers
DoN GOODING ..... . News Writer
JACK CARVEI1, JIM IFAYLOR, BILL FOXVLER . . Sports Editors
SYBIL HINCI-ILIF1-'Iz, .PIENRY FRANCIS, Dlflli! Fowmzn . Feature Editors
BIERNA Rowm, VIIIGINIA FEGLEY . . Society Eflitors
Folmusr HAWLEY . . . Art Editor
BETTY IBOXVDISH, Lois MENDENIIALL . Copy Editors
BARBARA Boo'rIfIIc ....... f lclvertising Mftizager
Special FVritcrs anal Reporters: Bever, Binkie, Bolster, Barbara Bowdish, Burn-
ham, Call, Cary, Carlyle, M. Clarke, Collings, P. Cooper, Daley, Davies, Eaton,
Engelson, Evich, Fixx, Forster, B. Fowler, Frederickson, Gardner, Gerry, Green,
Greene, Hammer, Hanbloorn, Harrison, J. Hatch, K. Hatch, I-leathers, Herrold,
Hilby, Hostetter, Humphreys, E. Jacobsen, P. Jenkins, Eileen Johnson, Marian
Jones, Kaufman, Kelly, Kilbourne, Lee, Lindstroui, Lucid, Meyer, A. Miekel, M.
Monteith, Morgan, Nilsen, Skinner, Sonneland, Spangler, P. Stoddard, Tasoni,
Ternplin, H. Theil, Thon, Tougaw, VV. VVeber, B. VVhite, Wliitmore.
Hill, Business Manager '38 Eckert, Business Manager
Noses for news . . . The Viking Staff hit
their beats every day in the week to put
out the Viking . . . And throwing the best
of their talents on the firing line . . . they
surprised the student body with a riotous
issue on April Fool's Day . . . To set an
unequaled precedent . . . you were able to
find the Viking ready for distribution at
the designated time on every Friday . . .
Top row: Hansen, Mendenliall, Francis, Miekle, Cooper, Hilby
Hinchliffe, Spangler, Hutch, Hosteltcr, J. Hatch, Hawley, P. Green,
Templin, Booths, Fcgley, Ilerrold, Bolster, Barci, Bowrlish, Carlyle,
Carver, Cziufman, Call, Eaton, Meyers, Fussell, Dean, Morgan,
Gooding, Monleilh, Sonnelund, Burnham, Shruni, Green, Lindstrom,
Johnson, Tasoni, Soukup
Green, Evans, Templin, Weber, Molenkamp, Trilrkey, Ridder, Hawley, Carver, Hinchliffe, Dunn, Fussell Elezmoi Rea oncx Editor
KLIPSUN 1938 A
Klipsun . , . with 1938 Chamber of Commerce motif, has spotlighted
for you the life of a modern, progressive college of education, W.W.C.
. . . a college with a scenic wonderland of nature's best at its door . . .
shaded lawns of a campus where new moons swing above the crest of
Sehomeg many islands in the slanting rays of the setting sun beckon
across the waters of Puget Soundg fir-fringed, mirror lakesg solitude
and silence in fragrant evergreen forestsg and towering above all the
majestic splendor of snow-covered Mt. Baker - a favorite playground
for winter sports enthusiasts . . . There has been unfolded for you
through hallowed memories, student life, an epic of those who have
obtained -a large background of culture and knowledge here . . . The
Klipsun staff joins with Editor Eleanor Reasoner in expressing the
hope that adequate tribute has been paid to college "credits,', Ufootballi'
Saturdays, "informal" Fridays, "library', evenings, "hours" in class.
'chat sessions", and to the men and women in the "College by the Sea."
Valkyries, blue-sweatered pep gang, drum up the vocal trade for
Western Washington athletic contests. Evidence: organized sections
at football and basketball games. By no means one-sided, these lively
lasses lend support to social affairs, too . . . give teas, sponsor rec hours
. . . Enthusiastic service for their school is the keynote to Valkyrie
activity. To put it in the words of Martha Lou Pulver, club president,
they stand "on call" . . . ready to help any school organization . . .
Examples: ushering at college dramatic productions, arranging amus-
ing stunts for dull moments between basketball halves . . . Once a. month
members gather for business and social-izing . . . Formal initiation holds
precedent, while quarterly banquets maintain that certain standing
among club personnel . . . Most highspirited of events to Valkyrie girls
is their spring sailing cruise down Bellingham Bay.
"W" Club, sweater-earner register for the male faction of W.W.C.,
was the organ by which law and order were maintained at school ath-
letic contests . . . President Chet Dombroski, assisted by Don Holder,
was the play-by-play announcer for pigskin tussles during fall quarter
. . . With the direction of M. T. Nelson, pugilists of every variety matched
abilities at the annual winter quarter "smelter" while less pugnacious
students helped to swell the club treasury by paying the designated
admission price . . . Unbridled hilarity was attendant at the Cannibal
initiation held at Larr-abee State Park . . . Tripping the light fantastic
at the Chuckanut Shell, these athletes rounded out their program with
an informal . . . John Fox and Leo Lange, vice-president and secretary,
were Dombroski's able henchmen.
,I W 1 Top row-Smith, Grier, Lindstrom, Tveten, Rosensnexq Bennington
ll LLUB Crunclell, Richardson, Oberleitner, Helms, Peasley, C. Xander Grlend CIYNLF
ufzunnex zivis, Chase, Iverson, Kidder, Weber, Nelson, Westlake, Ferguson, Myers, Boothe, Barnes, Franklin Borzsterlt
lll7I'OSixl Pupoue Ames, Fowler, Lange, Cook, Murphy, Tesreau, Vander Griend, Swisher, Howell, Tlion, Fegley, Cooper MCNHIIIEQ Re1S0nel
Howutt, M. Nelson Oslcr, Oxford, Dickenson, Boal, Miss Garvin, Pulver, Molchem Masters Herlold
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Inter Club Council
Inter-Club Council, concentration center
tor clubs, jumped last fall at the sound of
the whistle by promoting the club rally the
first week of school . . . Politicians and cit-
izens of W.W.C. have no difficulty in recall-
ing the wearing of the orange-"I've voted.
Have you?-tags . . . They revised the ac-
tivity point system, sponsored luncheons for
assembly speakers. and managed the annual
Moldreni, Pickett, Siemens, Pulver, Vander Gricnd,
Davis, Higgenbottom, Cunningham, Swisher
Scholarship Society requires members to
reach and maintain a 3.7 in grades . . . Ac-
tivity of this erudite assemblage focuses on
the selection of Weste1'n Washington's two
foremost students of the college year . . .
Competent Ethel Ross, served as president
of Scholarship fall quarterg and persuasive
Patricia Green was the guiding star of the
Society winter and spring quarters.
Top row-Knittle, Brandt, White
Cowles, Ross, Baird, Clibon
Hatch, Green, Wintcrhaltcr
Y. W. C. A.
Y.W.C.A., religious center of interest for
young women on the campus, meets Thurs-
day noons for purposeful study . . . W.W.C.
representatives and other College represen-
tatives gather at "The Firs," outstanding
conference grounds to refill together their
spiritual wells of experience, while mid-win-
ter brings its traditional local college Bible
Top row-Gibcrson, Ellis, Vinjc, Neuerhurg
Tucker, Nygard, Gunderson, Vnllentgocd, McConnaugliey,
Orr, Cowles, E. Blandau, Pierce, Kaufman
Blnndau, Martin, Sperry, Meade, Kuljis, Davis
Organized houses are VV.W.C.'s own demo-
cratic interpretation of sororities . . . A
desire to batch is the prime requisite for
admission to these sacred fanes . . . House
presidents handle the official businessg soc-
ial chairmen fill in the blanks ot the fun
calendar . . . Secrecy, and brain waves skirt
the campus as Homecoming reappears-it's
the house decoration contest! Ambition: to
win that banner.
Egeland, Hinchlllic, J. Hatch, Armstrong, Hankznnp
Edens Hall provided the setting for many
social activities . . . Evening Highlights: a
dinner dance . . . mellow music at the
Spring Informal . . . initiations at the ex'
pense of newcomers . . . Holidays were
the inspiration for candlelight dinners . . .
Daytime triumphs at Christmas. May Day,
and Senior breakfasts . . . A toast to win-
some Betty Howell, their President.
Johnson, Pulvcr, C. Vzmdcrgricml, Tvetcn, Westlake,
Willison, McNanucc, Nlastcrs, Chappell
I. R. C.
Shades of Europe . . . IRC held every-other
Monday luncheon meetings in addition to
regular club gatherings to discuss foreign
affairs . . . The club sponsored a round table
discussion at a county conference, and orig-
inated "Internationa.l" week on the campus
. . . Many new members penned their names
to the club roster . . . President, Nina Mae
Pickett, Una Clibon, Merritt Frizzell, Bill
Strickfaden and advisor, Miss Nora Cum-
mins attended an IRC conference at Ore-
gon's Reed College.
Top row-Frizzcll, Nc-il, Ostcrbcrg
Pickett, Facklcr, Davis, Cunnnins
Top row-Wicklund, Burdett, Vzillentgoecl, Scholtl
Tomlinson, Johnson, Armstrong, Lammers, Gookins,
A. Johnson, Wainio, Heaton
Hall, J. Peterson, Linden, I. Peterson, J. Hatch
Hopper, Hultzheimer, Hostetter, Curtis, Rittenbcrg,
Nilson, Mahan, Gerard, Cunningham, Luccolini,
DeBurgh, D, Peterson
W. A. A.
Top row--Wicklund, McCabe, Johnson, Hicklin, Hall,
P. Johnson, Meek
Martinson, Vullentgoed, Masters, Pulver, Smith, S. Pet-
erson, K. Dunn, Grier, Anderson, Armstrong, Toler,
Rowe, Boal, Allen, Barnard, Shea, Townsend, Gookins,
Holrlsworth, Beatty, Fowler, N. Dunn
Carlyle, D. Peterson, Rittenberg, Tiplin, Dunning, Bald-
win, Finkbonner, G. Johnson, Barth, Mullen, A. Johnson
Bowrlish, Fisher, Stephens, Seibel, Allinson, Swisher,
Egeland, Forster, Dorcy
Barci, Shuman, Stevens, Wnnless, Clancy, Davies
- A Napoleonic glitter of events was in Alkisiah's itinerary as they
traveled from Italy to France . . . from England to Russia in bi-monthly
confabs . . . Clara Cunningham . . . president . . . directed these trips
and Miss Hopper advised . . . Stop overs along the way: Christmas Party
. . . Valentine banquet . . . Gordon Dunthorne's luncheon . . . Spring sail.
W. A. A.
W. A. A. fall roundup netted ninety new members . . . an ambitious
lot . . . for they scooped first prize for Homecoming window display . . .
Salute to their organized sports . . . Memorable events: Initiation cere-
monies . . . Hallowe'en goblins . . . Prexy dancing at the Swedish fes-
tival . . . skating spills . . . a get-acquainted Valentine's Day . . . Mt.
Baker ski Interlude . . . Enthusiasm plus ability equals president Betty
Blue Triangle members have enjoyed talk-
ing and the talk has been about: religions
of the world . . . A Thanksgiving basket
was given to a family . . . Christmas gifts
for several trees . . . Games and food were
often enjoyed at the meetings . . . Leading
inspiration, Alice Siemons . . . Miss Hazel
Plympton, a charming advisor.
Top row-Barnes, Mullen, N. Dunn, Egeland, Tudor,
Rosenzwoig, Raymond, Toler
M. Hatch, Allison, Gahr, Carlyle, Aust, E. Smith, Dun-
Voglcr, Patterson, Sicmons, Forster, Davis, Weston
Scepier and Shield
Scepter and Shield . . . a campus organi-
zation charted a course of leadership . . .
Potluck dinners maintained good fellowship
. . . Hilarity on a hike to Lost Lake . . .
Salute to Lois Barnard, who quietly and
capably led the club . . . And to the three
musketeers, Armstrong, Baldwin, and Tiplin
. . . able assistants . . . Miss Booth advised.
Top row-A. Johnson, Booth, Baldwin, Beatty, A. Berg
Cowles, Wheeler, E. Blandeau, D. Peterson, Forster,
Mullen, Tiplin, F. Blandau, Rittenherg, Barnard
Budding geniuses among Vanadis Bragi
bloomed when the precedent of a creative
writing meeting was established . . . A
Bragi-eye view of work on representative
European literature included discussion of
plays, poetry and novels . . . Jean Summers
was the organizing prexy . . , Sylvia Will-
ianis, vice-president, slated programs . , .
Dr. A. C. I-licks, as advisor, lent aid with
his store of interesting knowledge.
Top row-Wilson, Hicks, Daly, Markgraf
Fowler, Schaus, Halstead, Williams, Burg
Hall, Barnard, Wollan, Baird, Ross, Clihon
Frazier, Peterson, Summers, Cowles, Richards
major and mi-nor . . . pigslfin, patterings . . .
I1l'ILdli'Il6 7If'7C'.S' . . . clouds of glory . . . and
athletic .flpollox . . . littzf' passes .... S mouth
Racing start, Nelson in discus form, Coach Sam Carver "times" them . . .
Although decisively defeating the College of Puget Sound 72-59 in
tl1e first track meet of the season, Coach Sam Carver and his cinder
eaters showed only an even chance of being the team to beat in the
Tri-college meet at Ellensburg.
Don Holder, veteran of half a decade, led the Vikings to victory in
the Tacoma meet, scoring 14 points. Dan Gagnon, Viking fire ball, rolled
to victory in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, while Mike Zylstra, distance
phenomenon from Lynden, contributed with a win in the mile, and
second in the two mile.
With the relay as the deciding event, the Vikings lost their second
track meet of the season to Ellensburg 66 W, to 61-iw, The meet was held
on the Bellingham track.
In their annual meet with the University of Washington Frosh in
the Husky stadium, the Vikings held the green tide to a 7315 to 57M
score. It was Dan Gagnon, again, who was the sensation of the meet.
The muscular speedster streamed to victory in his specialties, the 100
and 220 yard dashes.
The only other meet remaining on the Viking schedule was the Tri-
college competition held at Ellensburg. The Vikings were the defend-
An intra-class meet held before the season's schedule had gained
headway resulted in a win for Howatt's Whites over Gagnon's Blues.
Outstanding stars of the season were Dan Gagnon, speedy dash man,
Russ Eyer, pole vaulter, Mike Zylstra, miler, Wayne Weber, broad jumper,
Maynard Howatt, two miler, Virgil Grubb, quarter miler, Bob Tisdale,
high hurdler, and Don Holder, veteran timber topper.
Vikings .......................................... 72 College of Puget Sound ......i......... 59
" ........ 64 Ellensburg .................................... 67
" ........ 58 University ofWashington Frosh 73
Top: Chase, Tesreau, Morris
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With victories over the Univer-
sity of Washington Frosh, the Col-
lege of Puget Sound, and the Uni-
versity of British Columbia al-
ready under their belts, the Viking
golf squad again gave evidence
that another Tri-college title was
about to be laid in their laps.
With the same team that has
been the feather in Sam Ca.rver's
cap for several years, the Vikings
are nearly invincible. Members
who make up this committee for
handing out lightning like defeats
to opponents consist of Phil Kid-
der, Manford Chase, Pat Jacobsen,
Jeff Tesreau, and Homer Morris.
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Having won victories over the College of Puget Sound and Pacific
Lutheran College in early season matches, the Viking tennis squad prom-
ises again, as in days of old, to dominate the Tri-college matches.
With Dick Fowler, the only veteran remaining from last year, Coach
Lappenbusch rounded up some of Bel1ingham's best talent, namely, Bill
Fowler, Joe Harvie, Charles Fisher and Preston Cooper to complete his
An invasion into the tennis territory of Willamette, Linfield, and
Pacific colleges in Oregon was the highlight of the season.
ANYBODYS' GAME 5
It was just a matter of Barton's all the way in the Intramural basket-
ball league for 1937-38, with that house sponsoring a champion in both
the A and B league.
Bartons proper, which might be dubbed the Barton varsity, cooly
took over the A league championship. The Barton offsprings, the Pent-
house boys, found it tougher going in the B league and at the end of the
season were tied with the Edens Hall Kitchen Krew for first place. In
tl1e playoff tl1e Penthouse won tl1e championship by a score of 35-33 after
three overtimes had been played.
Evenly matched teams in both leagues made interest in the intra-
mural games much keener than it has been in years past.
Varsity baseball was scratched from the Western Washington Col-
lege's major sport for 1938, so intramural baseball was substituted to
take its place. In games played thus far during the season, Viking Manor
seems to be the dominating team and the favorite to win the league title.
The five teams entered in the league include Turner's, Viking Manor,
Barton's,-Midgets, and the Independents.
J. Moses, Iverson, Tesreau
' Carlson, Popovic
Mascots Livesey, Cory
Stover, Howatt, Valenta, Anderson
Top row: Tudor, Porter, Dombroskl Kemp
Rhodes, Brownley, Holder
Sullivan, Poolman, E. Moses, Funk, Sanders
Landon, Huter, Mickle, Ames, Hawlex White
Davis, Lupinski, Huter
Foul Shoot Winnei Tesr 1u
Jeff Tesreau believes in the old maxim "Look before you shoot."
Putting this old saying into practice, Tesreau won the intramural foul
shooting contest for the second straight year. Last year Tesreau sunk
111 out of a possible 150 shots. This year, with more competition, he
cracked the twine for a new record of a 120 out of a possible 150 shots.
The winner is entitled to have his name engraved on a fine trophy cup
for that purpose.
With the W-club smoker as their goal, many pugilistic aspiring
students were enrolled in the intramural boxing classes. The pugilists
do their practice punching during the winter quarter and then see real
action when W-club promoters select the best talent for the smoker
card. High spot on the smoker ticket was Don Wilson's sensational
battle with Johnny Kreig, whose fame is quite well known in Belling-
ham boxing circles.
Viking Manor trotted home with the title in the Softball intramural
league. The Manor champs were perhaps the best organized team in
the league. With the Intramural crown tucked away under their belts,
the Manorites looked around for more competition and found it in the
Campus day game with a team composed of faculty members. It was
just another game for the titleholders and another victory to add to
their already long list.
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KEEPING IN CIIQCULATICDN 5
Synonymous with fun . . . Happy, laughing girls . . . sun-burned, healthy
girls . . . diving into the clear waters of our shining, green-tiled swim-
ming pool . . . swinging tennis rackets . . . tossing balls across a net . . .
hiking through deep fragrant forests and testing their strength on rugged
hills . . . From the field comes the thwack of hockey sticks or the thud of
a baseball . . . on the greens one hears the twang of a bow . . . in the gym
the sound of bouncing balls . . . swish as a basketball reaches its mark
. . . or perhaps the hiss of a badminton racket . . . but always -laughter
. . . and merriment . . . clear, young voices . . . full of the joy of living . . .
Through it all, one feels the guiding hand of Miss Rubert and MissWeytl1-
man . . . their efficient management . . . organizing . . . planning . . .
directing . . . teaching . . . helping the girls get the full value of their
sports program . . . All hail our super-sportsters . . . Helen Llundquist . . .
Shirley Rogers . . . Lois Hankamp . . . Fern Allison . . . Barbara Kennedy
. . . These girls were awarded white sweaters for their ability . . . their
good sportsmanship . . . their active participation in many sports . . .
Starting spring quarter - no awards! . . . this starting change was made
by vote of the girls . . . to make our sports program one for all the girls
. . . no longer do girls "work' for letters . . . they play . . . for pleasure . . .
for companionship . . . for health . . . for fun!
Three cheers for our inspirational coaches . . . Miss Weythman and
Miss Rupert . . . their enthusiasm and advice has added much to the
popularity of women's sportivity.
Seibel, Rittcnberg, Slaglc, Barth, McCabe, Clancy,
Meenk, Wicklunfl, Hart
Top row: Rillenherg, Smith, Swisln-l', Wainio, llarl,
Hankznnp, Thomas, Vnllentgoell, Wanless, Fisher,
Townsend, McClelland, Meenk
Elliott, Barnard, Slaglc, Mullen, Simmuka, Clancy
Top row: Greer, Eaton, Toler, Allen, Berg, Shay,
Slaglc, Clancy, Meins, Kinsey, Mullen, Barth
Vallentgoerl, Seibel, Marlinson, Smith, Meenk, Mr'-
Cahe, Hart, I-lankzunp, Fislier
Top row: Funk, Slagle, Mnrtinson, McCabe, Greer,
Hill, Clancy, Schwartz, Fisher, Dickinson
Wainio, Barth, Armstrong, Berg, Clarke, Beatty
Top row: Smith, Hankamp, Fowler, Dunn, Wzmless
Greer, Single, Hart, Vzillentgoecl, Elliott, Clancy
Fisher, Davies, Rowe, Kinsey, iVlcClellan1l
Top row: K. Dunn, Lammers, Johnson, Wainio,
McCabe, Clancy, Dickenson, Meenk, V. Clarke
Nilsen, Freclerickson, M. Clarke, Holm, Laurence,
Top row: Anderson, Lunclquist, K. Dunn, Scholberg
Jones, Geniher, Burnham, Johnson, Rowe, Holds!
worth, McCabe, Armstrong
Gookins, Shay, Martinson, Sulivan, Barto, Jenkins,
Cory, Wicklunel, Bumlt, Barth, RlllC'lliTllI'g, Humphrey
Fisher, Armstrong, Slagle, Wainio, Funk, Lammers,
Kaufman, Grier, Sclwoenler, Wakefield, Forster
Ulmln bm' of C'0ll1'lllI'l'C'0
We wish +0 express our
Tu our xlnff 'whose willingness to work
and whose coopmwfimr has helped Ia
'nmke our 1938 IiLIPSUX a success.
To M155 JXNNA ULLIN, our urlz'is00'.
for lwr g-uidancrf.
To Mlss H,xzm, Blu:.x1i11:x'. :Ulm will-
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Tn Mu. CIlAn1.r:s S. lhzmm. Mu. XVILL-
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of the Union. Printing Company of
Tu Mn. ALBERT P. S.u.1s1:u1n' of the
IVOsZm'n, El1fgP'!LZ'illg Company of Se-
To Mu. H. H. XVINSON and RUSSELL
C1.Il"l' for their fuucnllmzt plmtogruphy.
To Mn. Hurroox for his scenic neg-
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Suggestions in the Western Washington University - Klipsun Yearbook (Bellingham, WA) collection:
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