Only one issue remains of the Fuyo Kai Fulcrum in the archives of the University of Washington. Volume 1, Number 1 was published and distributed on February 6, 1942 and edited by Teresa Honda. According to the Fuyo Kai minutes of January 11, 1942, "the cabinet decided to resume the publication of the Fuyo Kai paper to be distributed at the Friday monthly meetings."
This issue of the Fulcrum is a typical student organization paper with features on the initiation of new members (required to wear curlers, sing the Alma Mater and do skits), fashion, and quarterly honor role. The war creeps in only ocassionally with an article on Floyd Schmoe's work with the American Friends Service committee, a beauty contest -- Queen of the draftees, and the solicitation to buy war stamps.
Fuyo Kai Fulcrum pages images:
Page 1 -- Frosh Return Mixer Tonight, Panhellenic Return Party Successful, National Defense Work Underway, Kuroiwa Slips; Breaks Ankle, Professor Shmoe Helps Japanese, Slam Session Held Tonight
Page 2 -- Tidbits from Frosh Themes, Prexy's Message to Freshmen, Honor Roll List Autumn Quarter, New Cabinet Changes Made, Fuyo-Kai to Sponsor Hikes
Page 3 -- The Facts, Boys to Vote for Queen
Page 4 -- Presenting Tamako Inouye, Collins Fieldhouse Scene of Initiation, That Nisei Coed Look
Page 5 -- The Musical Thermometer, continuations of earlier stories
Page 6 -- Editorial, Coming Fuyo-Kai Activies, continuations of earlier stories