Elgin High School - Maroon Yearbook (Elgin, IL)

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Presenting the real and lasting picture of your year on the Grinnell campus. . - 2 1 111'- ,A-' 1 if. f' ii' 1' adf' ks, f f, J 0- , I - 0 ig '. K in . l x x... uf K Q W 2 Eclikors--Jean Lory and Jane Morrison iness Manager-Marian Oakes Grinnell College Grinnell, Iowa e complete picture of Grinnell lite is 706664 of our picture composed of three essential Features - is centered in the Fundamental elements ol: our college . . . the administration .... 8 the students . . . 22 W ' are those extra touches . . . spreads, bull sessions, coke datesg and those special times . . . New Student days, Homecoming, formals . . . that happened . . . in the halls . . ll-4 on the campus . . 74 76Zm'2Z is embodied in you as the individual, the com- plex unit ot the college . . . your talent, your leadership, your cooperation . . . in campus organizations . . IOO in Grinnell sports . . . I34 6 1 1 v Prefidenl of the College SAMUEL N. STEVENS Dean of Women Dean of Men EVELYN GARDNER G. LESTER DUKE HERBERT PRESCOTT Director of Public Relation: ADELINE PRUYN Executive Secretary to the Preficienft Office! Director of Aclmiffiom BETHANA MCCANDLESS Re giytrtzr RUPERT A. HAWK S 667614791-TfE!l!Zl7'81 1 Faculty ART ALICE DAVIS, A. M., Iowa. ALICE R. COBB, B.A.E., Chicago Art Institute. EDITH A. STERN- FELD, A.M., Iowa. CHEMISTRY LEO P. SHERMAN, Ph.D., Chi- cago. WILLIAM C. OELKE, Ph.D., Iowa. JOSEPH D. DAN- FORTH, Ph.D., Purdue. BIOLOGY GEORGE N. ROBERTSON, Ph.D. Chicago. HENRY G. WESTON JR., Ph.D., Iowa State. GUILL ERMO MENDOZA, Ph.D., North western. LOUISA SARGENT CON ARD, A.M., Chicago. IRVING Y. FISHMAN, M.S., Oklahoma. ECONOMICS KENYON A. KNOPF, Ph.D., Harvard. JOSEPH W. CHARL- TON, Ph.D., Chicago. ROGER W. BRIGGS, B.S.C., C.P.A., Iowa. RUPERT A. HAWK, A.M., Iowa. JAMES H. STAUSS, Ph.D., Wis- ,ar Consin. ' Crowned king and queen of llae faculty pazrlyi 'll EDUCATION SHIRLEY L. MERSHON, A.M., I1- linois. GALE E. JENSEN, Ed.D., Illinois. ENGLISH GRACE EVA HUNTER, Ph.D., Iowa. CHARLES HOWELL FOS- TER, Ph.D., Iowa. HERBERT PRESCOTT, A.M., Maine. ER- NEST F. ANDREWS, A.M., Har- vard. ENGLISH CURTIS B A K E R BRADFORD, Ph.D., Yale. E v E L Y N MAE BOYD, A.M., Chicago. CHRISTIAN P. GRUBER, A.M., Princeton. HENRY ALDEN, A.M., M.S., Co- lumbia. MARILYN G R U B E R, A.M., Northwestern fnot pic- turedj. NICHOLAS PERCAS, Lic. en Fil. y Let., Valencia Cnot pic- tureclj . HISTORY CHARLES E. HOPPIN, A.M., Minnesota. ROBERT H O M E R NORTON, A.M., D a 1 h o u S i e. .D., ILL. TX.- EQ 9 Mon clmpefzzz, zme cigarette. et LANGUAGES HAROLD L. CLAPP, Ph.D., Wis- consin. O. H. HAUPTMANN, Ph.D., Wisconsin. B E T H W. NOBLE, Ph.D., Yale. DEIRDRE M. SMITH, A.M., Michigan. HELENA PERCAS, A.M., Colum- bia. ELBERT MORSE SMITH, A.M., Lawrence. LANGUAGES JOHN R. KLEINSCHMIDT, Dr. es Lettres, Geneva. REV. JOSEPH GREGORI, A.B., C i n c i n n a t i. HUMPHREY H. CORDES, A.B., Loyola. AARON B. EVERETT, A.M., Oregon. ODETTE DE LE- CLUSE. HERMAN SALINGER, Ph.D., Yale. V. MARINA FAR- MAKIS, Ph.D., Chicago. MATH AND PHYSICS H. GEORGE APOSTLE, Ph.D., Harvard. RAYMOND B. Mc- CLENON, Ph. D., YALE. GRANT L. GALE, M.S., M i c h i ga n. WAYNE B. DENNY, Ph.D., Yale. un fauteuil. ii Q. - 11,- w i.. 1f1'f.: A effilai -. .. -. ' Haw-el J A 'Zi , .,-52 ' ,Egg-: JJ- ,, . MK - I ' , I' 'L A A It looklf like the ,bidi have papa worried. MUSIC fseatedj SARAH JANE HOR- NUNG, M.Mus., Chicago. NOR- MAN G O O D B R O D, M.Mus., Northwestern. SARAH INNES MACDONALD, B. Mus., Grinnell. Cstandingj DAVID BRUCE SCOU- LAR, A.M., Columbia. OTTO T. JELINEK, M.F.A., D e P a ul. FRANK M. STRATTON, M.Mus. Eastman. ALICE SMITH EVER- sOLE, A.B., IOWA. HOYLE CAR- PENTER, M.Mus., E a s t m a n. JETTA VASEK DURHAM, A.B., Grinnell. 7 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION REV. WINSTON L. KING, Ph.D., Harvard. P A U L GRIMLEY KUNTZ, Ph.D., Harvard. NEAL W. KLAUSNER, Ph.D., Yale. JANE GILMER WILHELM, A.M., DUKE fnot picturedj. PHYSICAL EDUCATION fseatedj BEULAH GREGOIRE, B.S., Minnesota State Teachers. MARGERY SCHELFOUT, M.Ed., Minnesota. D OROT HY ANN PULLEY, A.M., Iowa. Cstand- ingj E. WAYNE COOLEY, A.B. Buena Vista. HENRY A. BROWN, A.M., Wyoming. JOHN CUSH- MAN TRUESDALE, A.M., Iowa. E. G. BOOTH, JR., A.B., Grin- nell. JOHN A. PEITSCH, A.M., 1 14 Kansas. POLITICAL SCIENCE DONALD WILHELM, A.B., Yale. JOSEPH DUNNER, Ph.D., Basle. C. EDWIN GILMOUR, MGA. Pennsylvania. SOCIOLOGY MUNI FRUMHARTZ. A.M., Co- 9 PSYCHOLOGY CHARLES F. HANER, Ph.D., Iowa. GEORGE D. LOVELL, Ph.D., Northwestern. DONALD D. PEARSON, Ph.D., Iowa. Max E. THOMPSON, A.M., Kansas. SPEECH MELVIN H. MILLER, A.M. Michigan State. MAX E. FUL- LER., Ph.D., Northwestern. KENT ANDREWS, A.M., Iowa HAZEL E. MORITZ, A.M., Michi- gan State. VELMA BISSELL HISERV. A.M., Iowa. ROLAND A. CHASE, A.M., Columbia. 3 lumbia. W. MARSHON DE- "N0lbad.hm11mz?" POISTER. A.M., Chicago. JOHN H. BURMA, Ph.D., Nebraska. ww sn x Y' VW ff W 'www- N wmv QR w WW' 3 w if iv 3 i as as ,X xmYwWWx 55355 Q .wmv Wim 'EQWAWN YB Y , ,M Mx ,un ..- ,- - -- Yfkfw Hb If yi ' 'Q fy 1 iii First row: L. Parker, H. Olson, M. Squires Second row: L, Sturtevant, J. Richardson, A Stillman, J. Baker, R. Martin. J. Wilts League Board Bury Ruth findf the telephone if the .fhorteft pain! hetzveen f1l'0 perfanf, The hall prefidenlf wifh fha! they could give birthday partier for Doc Sam more often. 2 S ,Q S "' ' W 8- A my-f , 14 " 3 Tv 3 fix . ' V V' L 'ek --xg:-"f, . .4 is PY Q5 .k , W' Qmfdf ' ,M Q ,N Nl.-F X K w Q v I 1 5' 9 .M W W. 1, - w 5 ff? Q. H, x H J- Yi... 3 J x, Us 5.1 -r, ,. Qu Y 1 - ,",: - ,ig 1 S .1 X t V 2 Q x ' ... W , W - ' ,fm ,V rw uf ,-my w W Q Y at 43" 'a ,V E ma- W '-f X G3 NJ" ., V .. , I H 1 my Q21 K . K f .A 1 Eg M we . v i if' x " M . 'Y' Offirerr confer with Council advifor, Mr. Knop First row: D. Blough, D. Hauser, D. Nelson, H. Huebsch, S. Shirk, RQ Perry, J. Peterson, L. King Second row. M. Crawford, R. Martin, W. Douma, A. Garst, C. Pitts, S. Kinney, M. Bell, L. Pugh, J. Fuhrman, D. jordan, A. Kananen Not pictured: J. Morrill, A. Goldfarb, C. Curtis, H. Bond, D. Freyder, B. Taylor, D. Mclnnes, J. Vyce Cup-nndgoufned Jeniors lirten COMMENC Throughout the year seniors wist- fully await the fulfillment of their college plansg at the same time un- derclassmen dream of tue climax of a Grinnell education, Commence- ment Week. This 1950 graduation marked the beginning of the 1951 Cyclone. Ending the year with n goy note, lloe ,fpring formal. thoughtfully to the comrnenc ment uddrerr. g. K Nancy Wolfe, League Board prerfiflent, ex- lendr the bert u'i5lJer of the ,vtudenty to re- tiring Dean Earl Strong und Mrr, Strong. WENT "Up a Tree," Jtudenf-produced Tfllljifdl, lauded by alumni critirf Alzzmx and .rwziorf 1'w21i71i,f4'e over fried rlvirken. 1' 1' A bit of C07lfll,fi0?7, then the pro reyriomzl begim. Class Dfficers D. Chatterton, v. pres.g H. Olson, soc. ch.g D. Cervene, soc. ch.g M. Dewel, pres.g A. Drummond, treas.g S. Furber, sec. First row: M. Fisher, soc. ch.g S. Haegele, sec First row: J. Kiharo, v. pres.g L. L. Pugh, sec.g E. Park, soc. ch. Second row: G. Dutton, treas.g H. Bond, pres.g T. jones, soc. ch. 22 Second row: D. Freyder, pres.g S. Kinney v. pres,g D. George, treas. First row: B, Richter, treas.g A. Samonte, sec. Second row: N, Noe, soc. ch.g R. Perry, pres.g C. Curtis, v. pres.g L. Grosser, soc. ch. , Seniors f A , RICHARD C. ADAMS SUZANNE E. AINSWORTH LESLIE C. ALLEN SHIRLEY I- ANDERSON German Hillary P.fyCfJ0l0gy Ar! Chicago, Illinois Spirit Lake, Iowa Beverly. Massachusetts MiHHCaP0liS, Minnesota I0 ANNE ARNOLD SARAH JOAN BAKER ROBERT L. BANWELL Biology Efonomirx and Buiineu Hiiwfy Redwing, Minnesota Chicago, Illinois Fort Dodge, Iowa HARRY W, BARNES PHILLIP E. BENNET ROBERT E. BIGELOW Economic: and Buxinexy Eronomicx and Buiineir Poliiiml Scienre Joliet, Illinois New York, New York Salem, Illinois JEAN BLM-ri R, MARIE IBLATTNER DUANE M. BLOUGH RUTH M. BOHSTEDT Eronomiar and Buxinen Pbyfiral Eduration Pfyclqology Efgnamicf and Buiinen Fairmont, Minnesota Washington, Iowa Omaha, Nebraska Grinnell, Iowa 23 Seniors MARY BORDERS RICHARD C. BRAUN ROBERT C. BREDESON CLAUDINE BRIESE Biology Cbemixtry-Zoology Englirb Elementary Education Bethesda, Maryland Webster Groves, Missouri Minneapolis, Minnesota Ida Grove. IOWA RICHARD C. BIIDLONG, JR, CHARLES EDVVARD BURD WILFRED F. CALM Economicr and Bzffinerr Economifr and Bufinery 51766513 Correction Webster Groves, Missouri Waterloo, Iowa Chicago, Illinois RICHARD T. CERVENE DONN C. CHATTERTON HOMER LEE CHRIsrENsEN Art Engliib Economic.: and Burinerf Fort Dodge, Iowa Oak Park, Illinois Oak Park, Illinois CATHERINE N. COLE MARY JANE CONNELL JAMES L, CONNERS MARY C. COPES, gpg-eff? Poliliml Sfienre Economic.: and Burineu Englifh Iovga 123115, Iowa Bloomington, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Sioux City, Iowa 24 Seniors ANGUS CRAWFORD BARBARA A. CRossEN MARY BETH DAY MAR 501115 J, DEWEL Political Science Elementary Education Pxyfhology Elementary Education Cleveland Heights, Ohio Oberlin, Ohio Marshalltown, Iowa Algona, Iowa DOROTHY DICKINSON WALLACE H. DOUMA ANDREW H. DRUMMOND Sociology Pxyclzology Englifla Highland Park, Illinois Ottumwa, Iowa Elmdale, Kansas DAVID A. DUNLOP WILLIAM LAURENCE DUTTON, JR. NANCY O. ELMSLIE Efonomiar and Bufineff Matbematiar Englikrla Mankato, Minnesota Cedar Rapids, Iowa Quincy, Illinois ALEX J. ELWYN JULIA A. EYMANN ROBERT N. FRIEND DOROTHY I. FUNK Mallyematirx Speerb Eronomiar and B14.rine.r,r SPFFCIJ New York, New York Reedley, California Chicago, Illinois Creston, Iowa 25 Seniors SARAH ANN FURBER PATRICIA A. GALEY RICHARD D. GEORGESON ELISE RICHTER GILLAM Spanish German Eflglifh 5 Pdnii 19 Minneapolis, Minnesota Lombard, Illinois I-erwra, Kansas Marshalltown, Iowa NORMAN A. GLASS JACK J. GOGGIN ROBERT C. GREEN Comparative Literature Hirzory Speech Belvidere, Illinois Ossian. Iowa White Hall, Illinois MARION C. GRIDLEY RAYMOND AI. GRINDLE DAVID L. HAMMER Spanifla Economkr ana' Buyineyx Hirtory Wilmette, Illinois Barrington, Illinois Newton, Iowa ROBERTA HANSEN ERNEST ROGER HANSON MARVIN W. I-IELLER CHARLES W. HINMAN Eurbeniey Music Education Pbyxicr Clgemirtry Nevada, Iowa Flandreau, South Dakota Grundy Center, Iowa Gowrie, Iowa 26 Seniors SARAH S. HOERNER WILLARD B. HORN GEORGE L. HoY'r DOROTHY S. HUME English Literature Eeonamicx and Bufinen Engliyln Speech Keokuk, Iowa Evanston, Illinois Brookline, Massachusetts Omaha, Nebraska ROBERT L. HURTGEN EDWIN J. JACKSON ELEANOR E. JAMES Economies and Buxinexf Pxyrlnology Comparative Literature La Crosse, Wisconsin Winnetka, Illinois Glen Ellyn, Illinois DONALD B. JOHNSON WILLIAM E. JOHNSON BARBARA J. JUEL Eeonomiex and Buxineu Eeonomiry and Business Elementary Edueation Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Council Bluffs, Iowa I. ANITA KANAANEN CLAIRE KARSTADT HELEN KASPAR LAWRENCE A. KING Political Sfience Sociology Engliila Economin and Buxinen Chicago, Illinois Glen Ellyn, Illinois Berwyn, Illinois Pleasant Ridge, Michigan 27 Seniors CLARK T. KINGERY HARRY W. KNAPP LOUISELLA M. KURTH JEAN MARIE LARSON Playxics Economici and Buxinefy Sociology Sofiology Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania Des Plaines, Illinois Cedar Rapids, Iowa Ottawa, Illinois ALAN F. LEE JEAN B. LEWIS JOHN A. MAC NAIR Sociology Aft Economiar and Bzzfineff Rockford, Illinois St. Paul, Minnesota Jetmofe, Kansas DONALD K. McINNEs JAMES R. MCKEAN EDWARD C. MCKINNEY Sociology Pfycloology Pbilofoplfy and Religion Homewood, Illinois Malcom, Iowa New London, Connecticut ALICE I. MCQIIILKIN CAROLYN J, MACFARLANE RosE MARIE MANES NANCY M. MARLEY Biology Speech Speech Sociology La Porte City, Iowa Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois MayW00cl, Illinois 28 Seniors ROBERT F. MARQUIS RUTH MARTIN DOROTHY H. MAXWELL WILLIAM L. MERRELL Englirb Sociology Ployfical Education Economirf and Ba.fine.r.r Creston, Iowa Fort Dodge, Iowa Omaha, Nebraska North Platte, Nebraska JANE E. MILLER JACK E. IVIIMMACK MARGARET A. MINNS Art Speech Elemenlary Education Des Moines, Iowa Kenmore, New York' Wilmette, Illinois EVERETT MOORE, JR. JOHN B. INIORRILL, JR. JO ANNE MYER Speech-Pfyrlaology Biology Elementary Eduration Scarsdale, New York Riverside, Illinois Highland Park, Illinois FRANCES F. NAKAMLIRA ALFRED WAYNE NAUMANN DOUGLAS W. NELSON GEORGIA YELLAND NELSON Zoology Cbemiftry Economiof and Bafineff Pbilofoplay and Religion Olaa, Hawaii Ottumwa, Iowa Minneapolis, Minnesota Waseca, Minnesota 29 Seniors GREG STONE NIEDT MARY JEAN NILLES JEAN C- NU-SSON HAZEL M- OLSON Economicf and Bniinefi Pxyrloology Engliih Elementary Education Huntleigh Village, Missouri Evansion, Illinois Omaha, Nebraska Oak Park Illinois GORDON C. OSBRINK STUART W1 OSKAMP RICHARD L. OVERHOLTZER Mdfllfmdfiflf Pxychology Amerifon Civilization Des Moines, Iowa Glen Ellyn, Illinois Ida Grove, Iowa LAURETTA PARKER DoLoREs M. PESHEL ARTHUR 1. PETERSEN American Civilization Art Economiri and Bniineii Omaha, Nebraska San Pedro, California Chicago, Illinois JOHN L. PETERSON ROBERT V. PISCHKE CARTER A. PITTS WALTER S. Poxoj Speech Economic: ond Biarineir Econornicx and Bmineff Efonomicx and Bmineii Waseca, Minnesota La Crosse, Wisconsin Le Mars, Iowa Chicago, Illinois 30 , Seniors JOHN T. PRATT RITTA M. RANDOLPH DONNA F. REDFERN GEORGE F. REDMAN Biology Aft Mufir Education Eranamicr and Buiinerr Minneapolis, Minnesota Anamosa, Iowa Yarmouth, Iowa North Andover, Massachusetts JANE RICHARDSON ROBERT C. RIssE SERAFIM ROMBERG Englirb Piyrlzology Pryrlaology Evanston, Illinois St. Louis, Missouri Grinnell, Iowa CARL T. SAKATA JEANNE M. SCHNEIDER HENRY PAUL ScHoLTE Politira! Scienre Sgfiglggy Englirh Honolulu, Hawaii Chicago, Illinois Grand Rapids, Michigan WILLIAM F. SCHREYACK KENNETH W, SCHWARTZ DONA FAE SIEHL .DONALD J. SIMPSON Economirf and Busineu Englirb Eronomicr and Bufiners EC0f10ffliCJ HM' Bllfineli Glen Ellyn, Illinois Pelham Manor. New York Grinnell. Iowa Oak I-HWI1, Illinois 31 Seniors DONALD A. SLOCUM BRUCE M. SNELL MARY P. SQUIRES ANN STILLMAN Piycloology Hixtory Sgfjglggy Biology Riverside, Illinois Ida Grove, Iowa Evanston, Illinois Al,9,0I13, IOWA PAUL L, STRIGHT LOVICE STURTEVANT CAROLYN SWARTZ Cbemiflry Elemenlafy Edzzmtion Englifb f01H'7MlfJm White Bear Lake, Minnesota Sioux City, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa BRETT M. TAYLOR DAVID C. THEOPHILUS CONSTANCE L. TI-IUMA Economicf and Buxinesx Eronomiff and Bzuinexs Elementary Education Mankato, Minnesota Grand Meadow, Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota RICHARD G. TOMLINSON WILLIAM J. TOOMEY SUZANNE TORNQUIST ROBERT S. TRAYES Piycbalogy Ecorzomirx and Buxineff Spanifla ECOfl0mif.f and Bminexf Chicago, Illinois 32 Chicago, Illinois Davenport, Iowa Boston, M2SS3ChL1SCffS Seniors WILLETTE UBL DOROTHY A. WAGNER ESTHER M. WAGNER ARTHUR J. WAI-STROM Englixb Muir Edumzign Elementary Education Economic: and Bufinerf Berwyn, Illinois St. Joseph, Michigan Chicago, Illinois CiI1Cif1fl2fi, 0hi0 WALDEN BEN WHITEHILL LEWIS L. WHITTEMORE DORIS JAN-MN WILTS Claemiftry-Zoology Economic! and Burineu Elfmfnfflfy Edllfflliwl Grand Junction, Iowa Seattle, Washington MHSOH City, Iowa ROSEMARY ANN WRAY ROBERT G. ZEITLER LYDIA D. ZILBOORG Playxical Education Cbemirtry-Zoology Sociology Park Ridge, Illinois Webster Groves, Missouri Mexico, D. F., Mexico GERAULD ALLEN ANDREW BILLINGSLEY SHEILA E. BOYER BROOKS F. BREESE JOHN F. BRINGOLF ANN COLLINS PAUL S. DECATUR JOHN P. DURHAM JACK C, EDGREN PHYLLIS L. FLEMING FRANCIS J. FOLEY Seniors Not Pictured RICHARD FRIEDMAN TOM L. GAGE ROBERT F. GETTY DONALD GREGG HAROLD E. GREGG GEORGE M. HRUBES RAYMOND A. KALTWASSER CHESTER K. LACY DOROTHY A. LAITY WILLIAM C. MCGUIRE CURTIS MCKAY RAYMOND MANEKI ANN S. MARCEK ROBERT E. MILLER LIONEL E. OBERLIN PAUL E. PHILLIPS JOSEPH W. POPPLE EDWARD D. ROWSE WILLIAM I. RUTHERPORD MALCOLM SHEPHERD ROBERT A. SHUMAN JOHN A. SLY WILMER B. SMIDT ROBERT A. SPIEGEL CLAIR E. THOMAS SUZANNE WARNER MARILYN Cox WHITHAM ROBERT WHITHAM PAUL WILLARD DALE WILLBRANDT VINCENT C. YAGER JOE F. YECK MASANOBU, YOSHINAGA 33 FIFTH ROW BARBARA BETZ ROBERT BLOME DONALD BOECKLING SIXTH ROW DAVID BORCHMAN ARTHUR BORG JAMES BURLING FIRST ROW CTETACHEW ASTATKEI RUTH ATWATER ANNE AYRES SECOND ROW WALLACE BAEHLER PAT BARTELL DONALD BASLER THIRD ROW DAVID BAUMGARTNER JOYCE BEARDSLEY MARGARET BELL FOURTH ROW MARY JANE BENDER PAUL BENDER JOAN BERSCHEID THIRD ROW JANIS DAWES JEAN DAWLEY JACK DAY FOURTH ROW ROBERT DENNLER RICHARD DIETZ JEAN DOUGHERTY FIRST ROW ELIZABETH BUZZARD ROBERT CAREY DONALD CHAPMAN SECOND ROW ROBERT CHAPMAN CHARLENE CLARK BETTY COLLINS FIFTH ROW ELEANOR DOUGLASS NANCY DUKE PAUL EGENES SIXTH ROW JAMES ELMSLIE MARY FISHER WALTER FLINN FIFTH ROW MARY HACKES SHIRLEY HAEGELE HAROLD HARRISON SIXTH ROW ROBERT HATFIELD DAVID HAUSER PEARL HELM FIRST ROW DOUGLAS FREYDER MARY FUJIOKA JAMES FUNAKI SECOND ROW JACQUELINE GATES RICHARD GEORGE FRANK GLOWACKI THIRD ROW ALAN GOLDFARB ANN GOOD ALLAN GORDON FOURTH ROW IRENE GORDON PATRICIA GRAVES MARY GRIMM THIRD R.OW HERBERT HUEBSCH MARGARET HYDEN DARRELL IvERsON FOURTH ROW KATI-IRYN JANTZEN GEORGE JECK BARBARA JONES FIRST ROW FRED HELPENSTELL PATRICIA HERMANN JACK HILL SECOND ROW ROBERT HOLLOWAY ANNE I-IOSMER MARY HOWARD FIFTH ROW ELENE JONES SALLY JONES ANN JOSEPH SIXTH ROW CELINA KARP NANCY KEATING SHIRLEY KINNEY FIFTH ROW ROSEMARY MARTIN JoN MILLEN M. JANE MILLER SIXTH ROW NANCY MILLER ROBERT MILLER WILLIAM RUDY MILLER FIRST ROW JAMES KISSANE LOUISE KLINE MIWAKO KUNIMURA SECOND ROW RICHARD LANDIS JANE LEACI-I NORMAN LERCH THIRD ROW JERRY LEVY PATRICIA LONE JEAN LORY FOURTH ROW WILEY MCCONNELI. BEN MCGUCKIN MAYFIELD MARSHALL I A THIRD ROW ROBERT NATKIN ROBERT NOXON BERNARD OAKES FOURTH ROW JAMES O,BRIEN LORAN OLSEN NANCY PATTERSON FIRST ROW SYLVIA MILLERIJ JOAN MOEDE JAMES MOL SECOND ROW SHIRLEY MOORE JAMES MORGAN JANE MORRISON FIFTH ROW COCA PAVLOVITCH MARK PEDERSON GLENN PETERSON SIXTH ROW BARBARA PETRAN MARY JANE PHILLIPS LUCY PIATT FIFTH ROW JOHN SITTON ROBERT SKRAINKA DELORES SORENSON SIXTH ROW FLOYD SOSEMAN JOANNE STREATER CHARLES STRYKER FIRST ROW RACHELLE POGUE NANCY POSTMA LETTIE RASMUSSON SECOND ROW SYLVIA REDDING PRISCILLA REDFIELD MARGERY REED THIRD ROW JANET REINKE DAVID ROBERTSON SALLY RODGERS FOURTH ROW JOAN SCHMIDT ROGER SCHUESSLER MARIAN SCOTT FIRST ROW PAT SULLIVAN ALIDA TOLMAN FRANK TONG SECOND ROW ANNE TONON MARY TURNER MARY TYLER THIRD ROW DAVID VAN HORSSEN JAMES WALLRICH BEVERLY WAY FOURTH ROW JOHN O. WELLS SUSAN WESTERFELD HELEN WICKMAN FIFTH ROW ARTHUR WRIGHT BURTON WRIGHT JERRY WRIGHT X First row: J.'Myer, J. Vyse, P. Adams, C. Smith, M. Langncss, B. Braaten, B. Williarnson, J. Fuhrman. Second row: M. Cadwell, C. Curtis, P. Troxel, S. Anderson, N. Nichols, M. Fisher, Mrs. Murray, A. Stillman, S Redding, B, Petran, H. Olson. Third row: S. Marshall, L. Foster, B. Paal, K, Kraft, N. Smith, D. Modjeska, M. Landau, P. Yordy, M, Halliday, M McCreath, D. Preiss, L. Sherwin, B. Fletcher, S. Cole. First row: I. Brown, J. Spaeth, O. Wickman, P. Goldman, C. Lawson, L. Grosser, S. Sandberg, P. Ichikawa. Second row: M. Cooley, P. Luce, J. Meagher, D. Goetsch, M. Smith, C. Lockhart, J. johnson, B. Combs, E. Tobusch. Third row: J. Huntley, C. Showalter, A. Ritchie, M. Parsons, I. Rowden, S. Riley, J. Anderson, M. Landis, A. Samonte M. Larson, M. Smaltz. Cleveland Wuff, wuff, bang. . . tip your Cleveland hats to the high- lights of the year. . . Bobbe saves the cellar when floods strike here. . . Pat's visions of Joan and Helen floating down the hall. . . all of Wickie's neatness and the ever suffering Paal. . . a Homecoming display that was something to see. . . an accent lost f?j by Loa Lee. . . a harmonious answer on seconds phone . . . the smokerls constant griping moan. Annie Stillman's job done well. . . a bunch of kids that's really swell .... through chicken pox and flu. . . the Cleveland girls come through. . . with not all the brains, but plenty of wits. . . falthough Cathy must learn to watch where she sitslj. . . a great birthday cele- bration. . . caroling before Christmas vacation. . . intramural teams that are hard to beat. . . the men in the basement, Sid and Pete. . . a really baffled baffle-board. . . another group that's just plain bored. . . a fickle social chairman. . . and then of course, therels Karen. . . eleven finds us crawling into our beds. . . but on Saturday nights we eat the spreads. . . Mrs. Murrayls cakes for all-all in all a d-- good hall. . . wuff, wuff, you're all campused! rfsfff' f fied' f? Q Q if mga X if .A Q g . vb W 4 1 -1 a q ,, , . ' r , Q' Q iw -mia QL ,Q .- eg g ,:., L X .f.ff 4 , 4 , LL "' kj' , V A , ,.,g5,.,r:'1, , flhm , is M, J V5 N ,f FS -, Q Q 'li .Q if t Y 3 4 L Q fbfikf- 'X Q ffim V A QL I ,J 95 F .ff , . . ik", ' k is eq f ff 5 f 'E 5 . ,- 1 2 2 is .-f'Jf"i,"'h Y-ff? fi 'wi if' 1 if-2 f ,if Eff 2 U 1 -Q Q w -as Q ag G G 5 GQ O' 'N - g' ww ' ' 1 5 ' Y , E Qi.: 7 Mu' 9' 6 , x 4' M '7 fe KJ V if ,Q ,.f ' W fn' First row: j, Lanz, F, Rowe, J. Gates, M, Shaw, J, Helfrich, D. Hirschfeld. Second row: B. Collins, V. Starkey, G. Wiechers, J. Strawbridge, J. Cromer, S, Spelman, B. Huber, M. Bycroft. Third row: M. Baker, B, Harshbarger, B. Harshbarger, L. Joh nsczn. D. Lenz, 1. Dougherty, D, Cross, P. Price, K. McCarthy First row: G. Porter, M. Paxton, J. Bolsterli, K, Buzzard, M. Howard. Second row: J. Reinke, M. Dopke, M. Bell, H. Olson, Miss Cobb, N. Marley, E. Schultz, S. Haegele, Y. Kirkland. Third row: Y, Kopecky, B. Nelson, C. Johnson, P. Helm, N. Duke, N. Mills, G. Bryan, M. Welsh, A. Buchta, J. Fiegel. James Oh, ho, ho, who says James girls never go on a lark?. . . And one continuous lark it has been-led by Haz, the most terrific of all. We swelled with pride at our "sweethearts" Dedo and Buster. . . howled with Marge. . . dreamed to second floor's serenades and firstls impromptu jam sessions. . . exer- cises with Jacki. . . and applauded Chaplin as she saved the day at Homecoming. Oh, ho, ho, whois that swinging on the fire escape?. . . James Hall, of course, celebrating the success of our Sunday night suppers and our tremendous "Arty" Party. . . and who can forget the night Sus and Pearl found a vacant room . . . or Gay and Barb's eternal bridge session. . . or odeur de Fried onions and pancakes. . . 'leanie's triangle. . . chlorophyl pills. . . judy's night vigils. . . Mari and Kiko's solving the dating prob- lem. . . Louie's Coon Rapids Gazette. . . or the bird legs society? As the finishing touch for our mostest of the bestest, we claimed Miss Cobb Qmother was a freshmanj. . . and, for what more could you ask? ww, We First row: J. Tam, M Phillips, L. Green, M Reed, 1. Deutsch, P Meredith, J. Cramer, A Reynolds. Second row: J.Floback liams, F. Rudloff, M Rasmusson, E. Ferrel. Third row: J. Zniewski Leach, K. Jaeger. Loose . . . "the rip, rip roarin' reprobatesn. . . like the practical jokers in the third floor crackerbox: M. with her crawfish, Paula's pet phrases which have spread their fame from one end of the hall to the other, and jan's chemical experiment on ciderg. . . "the pride of old Loose Hallu. . . what could we be more proud of than the first prize for decorations at Homecoming, and Marleen, Homecoming Queen, our near monopoly on quad engagements, our good times singing "The Blue- Tail Fly" on our jack-o-lantern serenade when our Homecoming flag was returned by the Cowles Hall men?. . . "and we use our books for paper- weightsn. . . while the basement enjoys a beach First row: P. Graves, N. Hosmer, S. Messer, N. Weinfeld, M. Schwen- deman, L. Davidson. Second row: L. Lekan, N. Moulton, E. Budd, A. Tolman, N. Postma, N. Thompson, J. Lichten- stein, B. Wormhoudt, B. Gaines, R. Hansen. Third row: A. Ayres, G. Cowan, P. Lone, J. Morrison, P. Hermann, J. Dawley, S. Winters, J. Marvin, C. McLane, I. Steffensen, S. Moore. 50 party, the second floor entertains guests on the sun deck, Sheila creates a bang-board, we discover our secret buddies at the Christmas party, Nan and Jean fail in their domestic attempts in the first floor kitchenette, and we all are brightened under Bitsy's omnipresent smiley. . . "the profs all think we're wonderful". . . in spite of the fact that Mrs. Lovell's intellectual integrity becomes doubtful as an hour of playing "jacks" progresses, and the Thompsons find themselves playing "pass the orange" at our "regressive party", for these and many more we say, "God has helped 'those girls from Loose." s D. Foster, M. J. Wil- Southard, M. Wood, N. Miller, K. Middleton, L. a C. Parks, M. Skeel, J. Streater, M. Steen, L. Millerd, D. Powell, C. Wilke, J. Dawes, J. First row: R. Randolph F. Nakamura, M, Kuni- mura, N. Rice, D. Dick- inson, D. Funk, A Collins. Second row: E. Wagner N. Elmslie, M. Turner S. Kinney, J. Richardson Mrs. Leonard, M, Minns Karstadt, D. Laity, C Briese. Third row: L. Piatt, J Schmidt, J. Blatti, D Siehl, A. Kananen, A Marcek, B. juel, S Boyer, J. Larsen, A McQuilkin, S. Wester feld, D. Wagner, D Redfern. 51 "4" First row: M. Dryden, M. Steffen, C. Matson, S. Shirk, M. Eldred. Second row: M. Pendell, P. McNally, J, Potts, G. Bardsley, E. Piatt, K, Blilie, C. Good, L. Christensen Third row: J. Barker, E. Oto, S, Reynolds, J. Lewis, M, Weill, C. Vorlander, J. johns, N. Trimble. First row: S. Gray, E. Wetterholm, A. Weaver, F. Wood, J. Koch, S. Yager, Second row: M. Brock, R. Manes, L. Parker, Mrs. Wright, M. Dewel, R. Martin M Mullin Third row. E, Levin, B. Deters, S. Herman, N. McGregor, E. Barnard, N. Wallace C Whitlovs Main Main Hall girls of '50-'51 have lots to remember. Did someone say "what?" Well, Judy and Lucy's terrific rendition of "A Bushel and a Peckn. . . then, there was Susy G. and her Hal who assured Main of at least five phone calls per evening . . . the perpetuated message to be relayed for Freda, "She's at the stablesI". . . Then, to whom but Liz could it happen-two sprained ankles on the day of the Christmas formal. . . R. M. with her "Quiet Hours!". . . Marge and the Ulawng, lawng nosed snord- fishw. . . Melanie and her time-honored, "When I'm not near the man I love, I love the man I'm near". . . Lolly and her super baffleboard. . . the improvised ironing boards on desks before a formal. . . Nita and her ever-present pickles or crackers . . . Jeannie always so busy. . . 'lo Jo shrieking, "I'm excruciated, simply excruciatedlu . . . Sunny's Brooklyn accent. . . Joyce. the first Main girl to be pinned. . . Carol and her hustling, bustling, 'iVolleyball tonight, kids-letls make it, or elseln. . . Carolyn and Dinny, the "sweetest of all sweet girlsn. . . Esty walking off with the freshman football hero. . . smiling, sweet Susie Reynolds, an illusion destroyed by the twanging of the uke at all hours. . . Gordon, the mongrel cat. . . and Mrs. Wright with her daily check-up and delicious spreads. W wt 1 ri,-f Zu, . ,. Bi X 7 W 1' 5 f Qi-Q... .fa " i ' 'fl' V x ' I - Y no ts, , i .E First row: E. Goodale, P. Marshall, M. Harrington, F. Bennett, S. Van Nest, S. MacCluskey, J. Treloar. ' i .......... . .1--i,.x.7 7q.7fsyifi" fm- . ,jr ,. 'Q W' 4 ,Q vw it G l 1 2 gg? ' fi Q l ' . y v , 5 2 i 5 X I r E 19 4 Q X! X Q if 5 E "til ,, .iff , gf x?li" 7, 1 i f Lg, , N . H 385 we 2 X ' .1 J 5 v ig , we is Ki' Second row: M. Staley, K. Grover, C, Nason, D. Jacobsen, D. Towns, S. Kindig, S. Morris, M. Williams, R. Stuebe D. Woodruff. Third row: M. Gottsche, P. Paulich, P. Brown, M. de Neui, J. Hacking, S. Cary, I. Osmundson, M. Andresen, C. Rose N. McKee, M. Short, C. King. First row: G. Bailey, P. Ruehle, N. Mackenzie, E. Leaf, B. Shoan, R. Hicks. Second row: E. Hanson, C. Cole, S. Tornquist, E. jones, Mrs. Ironsides, I. Wilts, A. Good, B. Betz, M. Mabbott. Third row. P. Esser, P. Kenyon, E. Howard, j. Tiffany, G. De Groot, C. Pitts, M. White, J. Stephens, M. Hayes, P Portzline. Mears How can we forget. . .Mary, "the crutchf' Hayes as Santa Claus. . . Baffle Board's presentation, "Wannann Jilts. . . Eager . . Elene and her Magic Violin. . . "Ever1ybody-get-in- this-corner" Barber. . . King Gus-Gus. . .trouble with the Homecoming stork. . . the day of the great flood. . . Stable- mates Sheila and Sally. . . Perky Perky. . . Hangdog Harrington . . . Ann Good's impromptu entertainment. . . smoker girls Portzline, Stevens, Shoan, and Hicks. . . Yahweh's Goldfish bowl. . . Carol "Talent" Pitts. . . Rusty's 11:05 leaps into bed . . . Suzi and her after-hour conversations at the window. . . Deenie's giggle. . . Gretch's "My Bobn. . . the old gray cat on the fire escape. . . the blonds by proxy. . . Patty's puns. . . the after dinner music hour with Mush, Jan, M. Andresen, and Nola. . . "Can you feel the heat coming off this pie?" . . . Jane "the laughi' Tiffany. . . the eleven o'clock waterfall from the transom of 126. . .the passing trains that shake the panes. . . Will we forget? Never! First row: P. Rothwell, B. Blanchard, M. A. Wickstrom, C. Leinhauser, A. Tonon, C. Fitzpatrick, N. Parker. Second row: B. Jones, D. Sorenson, E. Gillam, J. Hessler, B. Carlson, B. Way, P. Schwartzman, K. Seels, B. Garnett, M. Borders. Third row: M. Kiharo, M. Hume, P. Sullivan, L. Kline, I., Pugh, H. Wickman, J. Fife, B. Shepherd, V. Burdett, M Crawford, N. Tong, J. Kiharo. First row: S. Furber, D. Anderson, J. Schneider, E. Douglass, R. Pogue M Tyler J Bagby M Gridley D Elsner Second row: H. Kaspar, B. Blagg, M. J. Nilles, C. Macfarlane, M. Squires Miss Williams I Nilsson J Berscheid P. Reynolds, C. Thuma, J. Moede. Third row: I. Gordon, L. Zilboorg, B. Geddes, J. Lewis, M. Merritt, J Zoller S Hoerner B Brown W Ubl j Gaddis M. Copes, M. Hyden, M. Fujioka, C. Clark. Read Once again Read came through-how could we help it with Square leading the way and our terrific Baffle Board. Through the haze of bridge games, uke "concerts," and knitting sessions, many events stand out. , . Nan and Bobbie's entertainment at the formal house party -and alum Captain Bud Legg steering a straight course for Read-the art exhibits in 527, Opus 27, "Spectre,'-Miss Williamls peppy spirit and "Any early dinner tickets today?"- Our theme song, "Hello, Mother, I knew it was you"-the second floor maid, Nellie Kneecap-Copey's fabulous spreads -our own private Dance Intramural-our beautiful Christmas tree and the party-wthe twins and their Japanese dinners-third floor's home management class-Homecoming decorations and the dry ice that wouldn't smoke-the excitement when Wicky, Pat, Bev, and Mary brought back engagement rings-"Hallo- Ween" Ghosts on the Loggia roof-the mystery of the leaking bathtubs on first floor-the farewell party at semesters-the traveling saleswomen, Doug, Stinky, and Bobbie-the bull sessions in the rec room where numbers gathered for protection against the mice-and Read's "boast" of the only permanent parlor light on campus. . - . ' ' - ' ' f 2 g . A if f :H K Ivkr , fs QM -f 015. 5 .,. V W f K , 'g m gi Iwi gpg, - -1 "t gg J 41 4 , " lg - VV 'S fa 1'i , f1?5'Tj if , f 1 f N 7 1' W Af fi 34 ,f . Ui- if .f N Q l HQ mf! l I , - Lf Lf if ' 52 ' , ' , ' -.,L ' Q ' fg , Q1 if K qw. 1 J 51 J jf ,Q :?3g 1,. ,. V U 4, . ,r.3i'1. V b yi ' ar 'H' f . H " ff V, lf xx-. , if --1 17 47' .f-Q 1' ' Q, , 'K' 1' V , ," l "5 . ' 2 ' - V - .L,: f X , V W 1' lu.. i f 1 .. ii fi ' , y 3 W 5 1 a- . 3. ,-- 1 'k-'IJ j QM 249x592 fr gk iam iw fi Q I 5' V First row: L..Robinson, H. Rowley, W. Rose, J. Uzodina, D. Wornom, R. Caulfield, N. Noe. Second row: E. McNee, R. Bonner, R, Boyer, B. Lawrence, K. Kingston, W. Hogue. Third, row: P. Nay, T. Campbell, C. Longstreth, D. Brown, -I. Hawes. Fourth row: C. Field, R. Johnston, P, Oppenheimer, T. Pullen, L. Nickander, F. Rinefort, Fifth row: J. Frost, D. Holleran, W. Rex, R. Risser, T. Railsback. , main-Q A First row: P. Egenes, D. Nelson, DI. O'Kane, Mrs. Hall, B. Merrell, R. Natkin, A. Elwyn. Second row: C. Kingery, W. Pokoj, M. Shepherd, D. Iverson, R. Dennler, D. Basler, A. Gordon. Third row: L. Olsen, J. O'Brien, R. Miller, G. Astatkei, E. Ostermann, K. Sayre, W. Toomey. Fourth row: D. Duecker, V. Kane, D. Stumbaugh, F. Graff, R. Combs, R. Shuman. Fifth row: P. Bender, A. Walstrom, I. Stirewait, R. Banwell, J. Connors, R. Sinsabaugh. Clark The Clark skunk initiated our traditionally outstanding social program by entertaining the Smith owl and Dibble eagle, serving up the Loose plaque for Christmas. Eclipsing all other campus activities for the semester, "Clarklandia" showed voyagers continental hospitality. Chet Lacy reigned supreme over his little corps of grena- diers, while O'Brien jockied with Uncle Sam. "Killer" muscled his gallants almost to top place in intramural competi- tion while Kingery, Lacy, Stumbaugh, Pokoj, Toomey, Iverson, Miller, and Olley held up the varsity end. Paul paddled prep posteriors while Natkin assured them it was hurting him more. Elwyn bent over backwards trying to balance the books while McKinney saw that the girls got fed up. The third floor boys went weight-lifting happy while Noe made dinner colorful with outfits. Oppie and Pullen kept busy with women troubles. Mom "lamplighter" Hall instructed us in the ways of little gentlemen, Shuman instructed us in the ways. And while Basler was hunting rabbits it seems the rabbits were hunting Gordon. 1 .55 mggm !i'9 vw' -.fn . ' U I gf' zu g F 2, ff Ai Y I . Q ga r' , , 'f ' "i ' . ' Y M 3 " ' n , i . . . W 4 S l K :h- Qi . wi Q , Kg' M fi , if .f K f as Z , a , . , f 4 . W 27 f Aggfg' in fm, 1 , ! if V, ,,,, Q, "MV , K igsig. Lf. H552 :M -fgj, gi5jfz V? fr hz it . Aww' h 4 1. y. Q- W. ,v -X:,Lt,,-N.. WW . 'mm f f A S, www'-'mf' .j i,jViiA:,,y,i,?5 2113 45T+zfQi:,Q:g11 ,L . fl 7 "qi 'W 4 First row: E. Weitz, F. Little, L. Gaudinier, W. Bird, W. Whipple, G. Campbell, S. Raffety. Second row: J. Gilbert, G. Dutton, B. Boecker, D. Klink, D. Bowersox, D. Martens. Third row: C. Nash, D. Abbey, J. Meyer, K. Ricker, J. Patterson, R. Roberts, H. Poley. Fourth row: T. Wickman, M. Shoup, W. Smart, F. Adams, A. Heusner, E. Nuss, R. Meyer. Fifth row: M. Arnold, W. Pollnow, G. Brinton, C. Smith, R. Dietz. Cowles Everyone had phones in Cowles this year. Taylor "dialed" out dining room problems as C of HP prexy, Douma messing "switch" as Social Czar. Next door, Les social coordinated daily, night nursed nightly. Nauman constructed a calorimeter, prep-mastered, gave opinion freely at house meetings. Gadabouts' Stan continually planned to wreck the Women's Gym. Schwartz co-edited ARENA Mag but had no phone. Riss in the pool with Wolfe on the shelf g Jackson and psych personality, jack "Fred Waringl' Mimmack and a half- hundred Cowlesmen. Scholte threw Shelly at the cuckoo. Zeitler's alcoholic analysis, Bob, Friend of Jazz. Grindle in intramuralsg Dick Adams, cheerleading Quad waiter, Carter Scoular 8z headwaiting, mermaid ferr, the married affiliates. Prepping as usual including a downtown Brannan plan, Homecoming TILT on decoration, Sunday terrace shows, Allen on piano, pie on Schwartz, ukes abounding. "Mom', Martin as ever, fine, in the middle of it all. Even Chocolate may be around next year. 'Ni-as N 5 all 1, -f-, IVE! X, , 5 ami Y 3 ki I f 5 24 wr- if-Q if '23 sa Q 3 f if if 95. f Y 'E' .. Y A V ,ea '. , 4 1, , , 4 5 fs :,?Af a' Z 335235 - 4 1 'ML . ."'? ig -ff 1 s E 3 Lu it Emagisvj A -W W W ? 11 , , 2 , X ' X - 5 f X ., " If X W' 4 ' , ,. 75 , if . . f A V. , Q rw , Y .rv fl ' 9? 41" First row: R. Landis, E. Ling, J. Good, W. Stevens, J. Albach. Second row: B. Creighton, K. Moffets, R. Booth, J. Shean, J. Bonde. Third row: F. Wilkens, R. Skrainka, D. Goldwasser, J, Klein, J. Papadopoulos, G. Sackett. Fourth row: G. Sunby, M. Foster, J. McIntyre, J. Dunlop, R. Norton. Dibble The Dibble eagle reigned over its hidden nest, taking a year's rest from its many flights. . . the beautiful Homecoming decoration turned into a great disappointment. . . Dibble's foot- ball season turned out to be a great success-they won a game! . . . thanks to Mom for her motherly love. . . preps still visualize "Hell Week". . . Bonde, the great orator. . . baby Dunlop. . . "muscles" Wilkins. . . of course we can not forget "Dr. Kinsey" Booth. . . can't neglect the prep victory in the tug of war. . . or the wonderful house party at the country club. . . Trevor jones voted the hall's most quiet member. . . how Smith was again presented with their "Owl", . . Vince finally graduating. . . the voices, Roger and Harvey. . . the Saturday night Whoopsee club. . . the draft call blues. . . Hoise throwing money away. . . Pete's clubroom on second. . . Skrainka and his drunken dog . . . All in all, with Ben's leadership we again enjoyed the comradeship of the best group of fellows on the campus. ff ' 1 .e ii,-I'-A. i EQ . Q VV .,,: 5 7 A gig- z' kg...- -- . 1'm..Y' i Qi f i ' A First row: R. Meilcle, D. Boeckling, W. Platt, T. Babcock, W. Wertheirmer. Second row: W. Winstrom, R. Lundblad, R. Andrews, R. Frank. J, Morgan, G. Frank. Third row: F. Doody, L. Jacobsen, R. jaffee, J. Burr, G. Baker, R. Hatfield, P. Stright. Fourth row: D. Drennan, S. Curtis, E. Mayfield, G. Vandenburgh, L. Turner, j. Young, E. Strassburger Z First row: D. Mclnnes, T. Read, D. Theophilus, W. Rutherford, R. Tomlinson Second row: 1. Hill, M. Marshall, J. McNair, H. Nelson, S. Oskamp,j Funaki C Mathis R Friedman Third row: W. Horn, J. Wright, D. Hauser, A. Hassopulos, R. Dibble Gates Gates' success this year can be attributed to hall spirit. We got off to a flying start by winnning the intra-mural football trophy. Phil Hartsock's Kaiser brought Mrs. Kruse to all of the games. She proved to be the hall's leading supporter. Along with star studded intra-mural teams, Gates contributed Dunlop, Edgren and Theophilus, to varsity sports. Theophilus was conspicuous when he tried to convince Horn that 16 Greeks saved the entire Marine Corps. We won't be able to forget such incidents as Alice and the basement boys and our excellent chow hall conduct. We had our share of scholars, Rutherford and Oskamp competed for Rhodes scholarships. A switch day resulted for the preps because they were cooperative at times. They took over house-meeting and paddled a few delinquent upper classmen. The year was a complete success when jaffee and his disciples departed downstate. Don Mclnnes deserves a pat on the back for bringing Gates through a profitable year. z W2 Q x ""7'5'3f5 1 G' F 'w"",..v.-IW" Egg' xiww in , ' m,.,m, , W N, , 5,1 First row: D. Freyder, G. Redmond, L. King, Mrs. Grieve, R. Trayes E Moore D Chatterton Second row: J. Levy, D. Blough, D. Slocum, C. Stryker, A. Wright. Third row: B. McGuckin, A. Johnsen, G. Stone, D. Van Horssen, S. Romberg Fourth row: W. Kurth, C. Lang, P. Bennett, C. Steeg, A. Petersen. Fifth row: R. Payette, G. Lane, E. Rowse, J. Sitton, B. Wright. Langan LANGAN-back this fall to dust off a mantle full of trophies including the McMurray, Fetzer, and Homecoming achievements-picked Marleen Southard to reign as Home- coming queen-gave North campus a chance by presenting a new Homecoming trophy-Sweetheart "Dido" Dougherty at the Fall formal-chalked up honors with eight men lettering in football-uneasy moments as Doc Sam paid a visit- Blough's telephone and dating resumed as second floor phone wires cleared of Student Council business-Millen, Barrett, Halsey, Hays, Lang and Calm among the first to answer the beckoning finger of the bewhiskered gentleman--Mom improv- ing our minds with Christmas gift of the New Yorker- Georgeson sweating out the birth of Arena-Chatterton and Moore sparking the social season with "original" ideas-open house back to normal in spite of freshmen playing bridge- housemeetings better than Berle on TV with Freyder as prep- master-still looking for the "Tombstone" which disappeared about the time Scotty left-the best damn hall on campus- LANGAN!!! ' . K ..,. ,. Q' HS? N lg an K Qian ax. -,Liv Q 4' 4 , X fwfwfwfas EEEEQQQKE if bf? ff a r k L f ,.,. .Q ,.g. L ap i f 'VW 'S J X faq 3, . W' fag ,gig S' ' ,gk if s K? ' at S' V i w ' f .R Q A ,E .- A , S xx xx 2 Vi' .T 51 .K Ag ME gf 1 R' ala? ew A1 llgt x , " iw i.f43'r 5 , ff? A we M x QA' skit I A Qignfg 51 ww 1 X w x, . A -. N in s emi 1 MQ yr if in tg, f X " gn af? we i if Fr - , Y W A f 31 f 4 qgquggp.-ww..-.-A-.M i f Qivia A. ' V A. A , I 'K 1 1 A gi F' 1 Q5 2 kAA , A gg W K .- W . ? KVA .Q ' 5 4 W ' '- I W L Q f i Q,'V'A4' 5121 A t VVS, 4,54 xfw M' f ge Q M ,ff 1 'Q- vb' ' 145 if is if 'fi l ' 1, Q W 9' i 5 : if 5 f 1 W ' Z . g K ' ,I Q 9 sg' tar H Ju 5-P First row: A. Billingsley, R. Cervene, L. Dutton, Mrs. Powell, R. Hurtgen, W. Schreyack. Second row: D. Simpson, A. Goldfarb, R. Overholtzer, D. Hapgood, B. Snell. Third row: J. Wallrich, C. Burd, R. Bredeson, J. Peterson, J. Kissane. Fourth row: N. Lerch, P. Carlton, R. Holloway, R. Wright, H. Bond. Fifth row: A. Borg, R. Peirce, J. Owings, R. Chapman, E. Zakria, J. Peterson. Smith Clan Smith returned to haunts refurbished but scraped off the paint to find trophies just as we'd left them . . . except the McMurray . . . alas! Hall doings had it . . . wonderful fall and spring parties . . . homecoming decorations that finally ranked first . . . to say nothing of genteel open houses in the "Great White Way". Words can't describe this great year . . . the after hours seminars in the Peterson-Burd-Schreyack, suite . . . Surridge's Christmas poetry . . . whispering Alan Goldfarb's quiet hours . . . radio wizzards Borg and Keister . . . Gregg's AAC fAnnex Athletic clubj . . . "Drums" Pierce going to the movies . . . the terrified cry "Shrimp on thirdl' . . . Snell's applejack aging on the loggia . . . promising violin virtuosi Newt and Kaplan . . . the art exhibit of Nick, Andy, Wallrich on third . . . Cervene evoking the Deity. Best of luck . . . to Jones, Bredeson, and Overholtzer in quest of Alice's posies . . . to Clem in the Circus , . . to Larry, the cutest li'l hall president on campus . . . to the unruly preps. . . . to this year's Sweetheart joan Bolsterli . . . and to every year's Sweetheart, Mom Powell. v" I 410 0,4411 It I-lappe new Oryza Breakfaft 11 too early for anyone. Cranium confuyion Still al The 8.50 ann. lzne eff enoug ba 5 ten i0 wk X e notef 60 72gZ0J- 6 6 0 fferjqff U very Day An hour well Jpenl MWF' ming 5 at Wd'm0 ,1 gur65 tb the M7120 Coffee in "No, no, Senofitu, un uutomobil no Je puede urueflufn MES "I'll fwup you Julud for u'effert." Y Noon nucleuf-the purkuge lift n 011950, rg 1,6 6 Akwalll Paintf and brufhef keep thi: :lem awake even at 1:15 pm. I .Xb-f Fin! Jtep toward good gmdex Open every afternoon ' gide the like fteWl00n in to Jpend du 61 Nob0dY warm F No laundry prohlern for North Campuf by the - toe, to fight left band left me, 1,2,3.4." 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MW-, , ,U das F. 3 -. 7. gs: r Y 49 .. KK , ig, , , a 1 4 xg, if 4 ff X75 vm T iii? ,. Q ' fl . .d.N M. , rv if f A X 1:2 5 Xa ' W, h' I KW W M - ff ,F g Ahxv- W yu V' Y 'Q , V , - , .fa 5 vm 5+ 5914 3 I ? 1 fQ'.- 1 1 3, was ,qi 5 4 ll ummm We 'li A -,S .ai ,M , ,IQ "'H Q 'Rv 5 , gn . - -sf? 9 I 'lu-5 911 1 ., 4 A ' :HW ZX Phi Beta Kappa First row: E. Gillam, G. Nelson, S. Furber, D. Hume, F Nakamura, L. Kurth, P. Galey, J. Eymann, M Blattner. Second row: D, Braun, D. Blough, L. Dutton, D. Over- holtzer, B. Rutherford, A. Elwyn, S. Oskamp. Phi Beta Kappa book awards are given each fall at Phi Beta Kappa chapel to the sophomores who made the highest grades in their class during their freshman year. This year those sophomores are: D. Harbeck, G. Porter, D. Klink, D. Bowersox, H. Cochran. M. Southard is not pictured. Checking orcferr at the annual Zlflorlar Board print Jale Keeping Lewif like in order ir the refponfibility of Mortar Board First row: L. Parkerg Mrs. Smithg Mrs. Scoularg Miss Gardnerg D. Hume. Second row: E. Gillamg M. Blattnerg J. Bakerg G. Nelson. TASSELS First row: E. Goodaleg C. Kingg G Bryang R. Stueheg E. Barnardg I Hilkeg C. Hampton. Second row: M. Smaltzg D. Mod jeskag j. Swantong M. Taylor N. Longg B. Fletcher. Third row: C. Pittsg M. Harrington P. McNallyg J. Pottsg E. Hansong M. Lueckingg P. Ruehleg C. Showalter. A blotter for every derk, eozzrlery of Friar: Favorite meeting of the year- breakfaft at the Monroe. - J Frrst row: W, Rutherfordg J. Morrillg D. Mclnnesg R. Overholtzerg Mr. Duke. Second row: B. Whitehillg L, Duttong Oskampg P. Bennetg D. Blough. I-lermits First row: E, Ling, T. Carpenter. Second row: R. Bonner, R. Hurst, McIntyre, R. Starrett. S. I First row: Mary Ban- well, alumnag Miss Boydg N. Nicholsg C. Wilkeg 1. Loryg D. Powellg J. Reinke. Q - 1 mag discuS5 QW J 'W- alisw ffaiefm gzifle Oi :be Theta Sigma Phi D 122 GOI! fa dog, Q, 60 J' 72e 6712 ZUJXQ ery of I6 , . ffm' 702-- Sigma Delta Chl I6"f5f0feff0"2 First row: P. Bennett K. Schwartz, B son, J. Peterson. ingsley, A. Gordon G. Jeck, G. Hoyt A. Drummond, D Chatterton, M. Wright. Marquis, L. Whit- temore, D. George- Second row: A. Bill- 1 y ' , , v X , J 35 Q 2 4 A 'S' Qi 1' AQ, 4' 1- Q ,NN 'fu-QKq,',..'.' Xxx x . X 3 is A 1 . 2 -'it ,., 5,5 . ,Q . W Q L . . ,V ' ' , fvifw-1f,'fQ ,nf - fi, 1, V N,7,5QrMfZ?1'3? ' Q 5'wMa29F 5 1 'S I Q n-W 5. .vfiffz --'-H-w.....,,-Ag ,,.,,,,-'vu ,, ---...,,,,,,,,, .,: 7111.195 S' Y M La D f M nd Black BUSIUCSS manager Lronal Oberhn and asslstant Jlm Hartley sell an ad at Candyland. l V Sports staff: A. Wright, P. Friend, P. Bennet, H. Young Masthead staff: P. Fleming, A. Bill- ingsley, C. Swartz, C. Wilke, A. Drummond, J. Reinke, C. Noyes. -,cw 55 bgmlof R. Walt 9008111 X 0-if . C S eofg Gojdf Z and 3 kts: WM. , ':'ilexlS ,f 1 :ff My p , I' F9614 E3-on drb Cdl' - ' D fOr' po 'az Busmess staff at work J. Swanton, D. Hildahl fl H-.af ,R M Q "UU: Us C' f.9Pv U " 4 .17 'mg wil W 'S 'gn Ai , ks. 5 Wh 111 5 4 4 A LEW ,, IZI il uw I , Q Q' "1 5 L f V it mjw Q! ke S3 My A X f ,J "g,,.,-...,,R igswm' QV, 5 Q-. .i l.. V E i I K W Q1X Ji. Q H A A y . -Q. 4 V vw? l ET 1. - P 'sl' .V 1 , 8 4 K . 22 X if im, , A' m x f 6 4 , P - lf' X H , X V Y 3' ' ,,.zf hy W W A. M ' ' V :iw , a f ,J M f Y ,.-f-ms mx ummm ffsuxlvwq 2 f ff ff Q . - M H if A V W f'ff , 'gLx. k ,7 , V? ' 5 a Qi Q 5, 9 3 !, ki, sa Q Q :ingi-fbi 'Q Pi I! ' ' X. 4? 1 f f fn It takes .rome ingenuity to make everything fit. Thi! if the kind we want to F6111 big 07785.21 First row: C. Wilke, K. Schwartz, R. George son, J. Durham, E. Buzzard. Second row: J. Helfrich, E. Schultz, S Hoerner, 1. Nilsson, M. Copes, J. Reinke J. Sly, C. Noyes. Third row: N. Glass, A. Billingsley, R VasDias. Co-editorsAKen Swartz, john Durham. Business Manager-VDick Georgeson. :EW ff M Q as 5 E mg S f 4:43. .ggw 4 x K A K 5' ff: ' :L 4 ' x QQ? ' 1 ii ' f , , 'fuk se, fin- V . 5 -SSW 5 lf' - -I VzQ',?:f:E1':-v:f ...- K iw, ., ar M, M Al, yy V fl , - Q 5 A '91-,ax an ,,5b. QW-.pw Free lzmrb in cl Ima!! town mfe A mlooufff Palme Pet' di 4 lm' In 169 cfdff orc . its WP If 41" If Choir Swgf Of bw broke daljzmlon M690 Me First row: N. Long, C. Cole, D. Redfern, M. DeLong, E. Oto, P. Yorcly, D. Wagner, P. Galey, E. james, C. Lewis, A. Garst, P. Keagy, R. Martin. Second row: J. Eymann, L. Grosser, D. Anderson, R. Hansen, S. Kenady, F. Rowe, J. Schneider, C. Pitts, D. Jordan, S. Rodgers, J. Wilts, L. Sturtevant, M. Taylor, J. Gadis, A. Rutledge, E. Wilcox. Third row: R. Kallinger, B. jones, G. Kamp, D. Boyer, M. Meigs, D. Robertson, R. Jensen, C. Pitts, K. Sayre, D. Hauser, S. Oskamp, A. Drummond. Fourth row: R. Merrell, J. Hammer, D. Blough, R. Braun, P, Webster, B. Rex, J. Reddan, B. Hatfield, R. Peterson, J. Toenniges, D. Rott, A. Billingsley, K. Moffets. 4 6 S 51f3' 5 W' W f Ji si W if WW , v i J B f 1-:A sg g, W S, x ' s CJrchestra Practice Wd key Pwled' First row: E. Jones, C. King, A. Derck- sen, R. Peterson, Mrs. Eversole, P Yordy. Second row: G. Bryan, M. Hyden, Mrs. Lawrence, P. Ruehle, K. jantzen, P. Redfield, Mr. Carpenter, G. Peterson, N. Zange, P. Rothwell, Miss Hornung, Mr. Goodbrod. Third row: E. Rott, P. Keagy, I. Hilke, R. Landis, K. Grover, B. Hubbard. Fourth row: M. Staley, R. Peirce, Mr. Jelinek, D. Martin, S. Cary, L. Strovers, J. Wilson, I. Miller, Mr. Bridgham. Pep Band First row: K. Grover, D. Bowersox P. Rothwell, N. Zange, G. Peterson Second row: S. Cary, j. Yuille, C sen, T. Babcock, N. Foster, C. Davies 1. Wilscyn, R. Hurst. Third row: D. Peirce, I. Hilke, Mr. jelinek. Field, D. Martin, P, Keagy, E. Han: , s .:.,'f, z or o 2900. i fo' v'u 335' 4 o doe' u Q o 0 l a u ,M n l'll'l 59.0 gf, l.l'O 1' ' l' " gl 4 nd O nu U s or lq,.I A o 0.9 .'. 'T's.v'. .1'."8'5'."' i a'U.f'9 io'i'u!v::,o - - at-1. -'4'.u' a',' nfs. 'u "Crirkel on the Hearth" "The Devil and Danze! Webffer First row: K. Middleton, W. Ingram, Mr. Chase, N. Glass, J. Reinke. Second C. Cole, R. Miller, G, Goughnour. Third row: R. Combs, A. Good, N. Thompson S. Warner, C. Macfarlane, D. Funk, P. King M. Shaw. Fourth row: J. Leavenworth, J. Sly, V. Yager Grinnell Playerf difplay their domertif Mlentf after Mr. A77HfI'61L'!J jmfly. row: R, Bredeson, J, Peterson, D. Hume, ,155 1 1 1' .A ww? 5 39+ I :iff 3 gigs! K' . 5-mi 7 -'- ,ga fi Miss Cobb, C. Johnson, J. Bolsterli, R. Randolph, C. Parks, J. Tam, J. Owings. Ari: League ' ya laying . er india Byedkmg thi, elleyyone- 5 Sonfletbing 174 refzHe,2, ZIZQCZE6 ex 1,5 ! dbz ' za' f 4 cf 172 f ffm! f ff amz' ferrefmy ZH! ff R 5122404661 Spanish Club First row: E. Gillam, S. Furber, P. Bartell, Miss Percas, L. Zil- boorg, Mr. Haupt- mann, Second row: N. Duke, M. Wood, P. Ruehle, M. Gridley, S. Geneteau, M. Taylor. ...ai First row: B. Snell, S. Doerr, A. Tonon, S. Wester- feld. Second row: J. Wilson, D. Hammer. Engine cheek -Z! P , dljfef fwftbe 1.466 f -0 7, G. Brinton, R. Blome, B. Smalley, D. Van Horssen, J. Floback, W. McConnell, B. Hurtgen, J. Piper, B. Keister. NA First row: E. Giilam, C. Macfarlane, B. Budd, M. Copes, S. Warner, S. Hoerner, D, Maxwell, J. Fan- Cher. Second row: R. Mar- tin, J. Streater, C. Lewis, R. Atwater. League of Women Voters ACP offifef' D' bout to re50l1f e 4 D1'0l?le7n The deff, 'ffwffdpef ,, y,,,-1-me fwfr-ifzjnded grijsldf 12219,-ef, I0 MA NAACP First row: P. Ruehle, D. Mclnnes, L. Kurth, A. Billingsley, B. Bar- ber, C. Karp. Second row: P. Smith, C. Lewis, C. McNeill, S. Oskamp, R. At- water. 123 Resolved-' from 4 new wvfl First row: K. Iantzen, P. Ruehle, J. Miller, M. Lakstigala, R. Martin, L. Lekan. Second row: S. Pavlo- vitch, R. Norton, S. Geneteau, Miss Far- makis, R. Hansen, Mr. Salinger, Miss Percas, Mr. Haupt- man, C. King, A. Dercksen, J. Lyerly. Third row: G. Astat- kei, I. Uzodimma, P. Vasilakos, E. Zakria, A. Hassopulos, C. Efobi, D. Snock, B. Zakria, J. Papadop- oulos, A. Yerakis. z i 1 in '. Cosmopolitan Club n C01'1'l7'lT1l7l my jtdief 5 bould That the no - d orfgdnlzmofl' A 51720. QIZQ7 B Qfiil' Zfzfvlkg 4,3 Z 01' cz rllz5 772555 fbflf 7141,-be 4 ie, . , 1 QU, Debate Club P. Bennet. Landis. First row: M. Wood J. Sitton, Miss Moritz J. Arnold, Mr. Miller Second row: H Huebsch, B, jackson C. Efobi, M. Wright D. Goldwasser, D Seated: A. Stillman R. Martin, M. Grimm, M. Squires, J. Ey- mann, B. Budd. Standing: N. Postma M. Kunimura. Social Budget '-i' ni-i -1- -' ' - D 2 6 aratby Cnqwfori ibe yank! B ,pqt 1220220 f Ogg! Iafgelx l Barnstormers I First row: R. Hollo way, D. Simpson, S Oskamp. Second row: J.Moede M. Tyler, M. Hamp- ton, N. Smith, B Barnard, J. Leach, C. McNeill, j. Zniewski. Third row: N. Noe P, van Note, E. osf termann, N. Lerch, R. Paine, Mr. Brad- ford, Mrs. Bradford. 125 3,..,, X . M A .J g 5 gg? Wy ,wif ff 1 ' 1 . 5 N35 if gt ' W W A 5' f 4 wif if .F :I :fysh .I , r L . u-.15 V Owl 1 15+ 9 . . my .gag MM' gi A- I I I . ,A X 4 N!-gil 'r ii!! vii.: '61-was .""' ' -sxyf . U fag QWQ fa --u " H1 r' .A zfggfiss A fs .ft 35,2 Q.,gf9X'f'- 535' wi' 4 , W5 1 . A' yw 2 :iii 2. 1- 'f 1.1, 25 9 , 9 2 ft 'si .. wifi! W 7 'Su 51 I ,.. l Y .2 ' " JW X M, .,4,I .I A Q' 4 E! GY K ' 1 ff 5. , 5, ,X M If al T- .,q'x TY f as Q44 33, Q gl m1lQ -W ISF? U, fik Q X 1 u W4 a Q 4' 'ff ,fi xv ' YP Q -1- W 9' v , 5' Q ,. Nh i ,SE 3 f fix nk, f 1 XLR: V ' - vfmff ' E, N :sf x aff, wf ' 5 ,J 41 .1 S!" 14 , E A x Q :if 5' if f 'Fu 1 YP . 'K . mf Yin my 5 'Gi 2,5 A 'il M E, 5-.lx if 5 Q4 ia S' K K 5 J 5. Q Q gg, ESSQNQQ -X A qw. Ya 21' . ,X , A . ' , .- O-Li. A -, W K .M WA V J ,', ,. 5 ' Qan- 4' wg, - sf. , ,ws ff, 4, . Jswflff' ,f , ,J ,V -. X , ,if V. -.. KL W, es. m . libs: 4' ,ff First row: S. Riley, I.. Barthold, M. Steffen, M. Pendell, N. McGregor, N. Scruby, C. Slator, A. Garst, G. De Groot, B. Petran, P. Helm, C. Hanson Second row: E. Ferrel, E. Piatt, N. Mackenzie, K. Blilie, J. Potts, E. Douglass, J. Straw- bridge, J. Alton, J. Meagher, A. Ayres, K. Kraft Third row: S. Moore, J. Peter- son, Miss Gregoire, P. Bartell, S. Rodgers, D. Smith, S. Furber, N. Rice, J. Berscheid, A. Tonon White Caps zz If Prem' w0"g'7 lo UI' 5 J 1- cl Picture!! Offfler 07' 166 'PSI Oily an 5.20 dj!!! fbgw Canter Club First row: Mrs. Ross, I. Flo- back, Mr. Ross, N. Nichols, S. Jones, S. Morris, E. Nichols, M. Arnold, Mr. Gocdbrod, R. Smalley, R. Miller, D. Stubbs, E. jackson, M. Weisl Second row: C. McNeill, C. Parks, M. Skeel, S. Winter, E. Troxel, F. Wood, S. Van Nest, C. Hampton, B. Combs 131 Food meanf a party, fweaterr mean an Honor party-rapper at Min Sfbelfbozzfr. 65 Into lbe game go tbe fix fall iniiiat Women's I-lonor G e ing to bungry any Seated: M. Fisher, B. Petran, H. Olson, M. Dewel, P. Helm, R. Wray, A. Stillman Standing: R. Atwater, M. Grimm, M. Blatt- ner, P. Bartell, R. M. Martin, C. Karstadt, L. Sturtevant, S. Kin- ney A big Moment during Homeroming-alnmf and member! burn lbe mortgage on tbe Honor G cabin. N es s xg: X15 , 4? 1 1 2 k Q! f 'M V q 3 ,Q ' f if Q g, Q. ' ' gp 51 22, Wg." W 'Q ' ff' x 29? 5 Q 'Q' kx '5 6 X K x.fQE'?w,,,Sg' W S I A K 6 m N ,. l E 5 4' y A W 'B-5 ' 4 73' "FY" "F if ,U 'F vb.. . . my Q , First row: A. Surridge, H. Young, P. McAleenan, B. Oakes, W. Baehler, R. Pederson, J. Reimers, C. Kingery, W. Miller Second row: T. Jones, T. Ellis, 1. Hill, A. Johnsen, W. johnson, D. Theophilus, J. Chillas, D. Slocum, J. McClintock, M. Shoup Third row: Coach Pfitsch, C. Stryker, W. Thornburn, F. Rubel, P. Phillips, H. Gregg, S. McClintock, G. Whitehill, D. Blough, C. Lacy, Coach Brown Fourth row: G. Fancher, J. Peterson, D. Stumbaugh, D. Johnson, R. Standerwick, D. Dunlop, E. Rowse, B. Bigelow, Football jinxed by injuries to the extent of fifteen men, Coach Hank Brown's charges wound up the grid season with a record of two wins and six losses. For their season opener the boys journeyed to Lake Forest, where they defeated the Foresters, 13-6. After a scoreless first half, a touchdown run by halfback Rudy Miller and a Whitehill to Stumbaugh pass produced the winning score. After Lake Forest the gridsters had unfortunate luck in their first home game against Carleton. The Carls' Chuck March threw two touchdown passes in the last forty seconds to defeat Grinnell, 21-19. At Appleton, Wisconsin, on the following Saturday the Pioneers, not recovered from the Carleton game, dropped a 34-6 decision to Lawrence. Victory for the pioneers came when they returned to Ward Field. Capitalizing on two pass interceptions they defeated a stubborn Monmouth eleven, 13-6. In spite of Homecoming spirit the Scarlet and Black dropped a 21-0 decision to the Kohawks from Cedar Rapids. At Cornell the Pioneers bowed to the Rams' alert playing when they capitalized on five critical fumbles scoring a 20-12 victory. Playing their best defensive game of the year Grinnell took on the highly favored Scots from Macalaster and lost 7-0 in the closing minutes on a long aerial. For the clos- ing game of the season the Pioneers journeyed to Beloit where they were over- powered 42-20. Four Grinnellians won all-conference recognitions. Dave Theophilus was awarded a position on the first team offensive unit and second team defensive unit. Dave Dunlop was chosen as tackle on the first team offensive unit, and Don Johnson was chosen as an end on the first team defensive unit. Skip Kingery, Grinnell's leading ground gainer, earned a backfield spot on the second team offensive unit. A. Goldfarb, R. Fiedorowicz R. Bigelow, end D. Blough, fullback H. Gregg, guard D. johnson, tackle D. Slocum, halfback Wbitebill drive! for yardage in Grinnell-Carleton game. A. Johnsen, tackle P. McAleenan, end J. McClintock, halfback E. Rowse, tackle D. Stumbaugh, end wofk eers fmow a The P709 Ca1'1ew"' against C. Kingery, fullbark R. Miller, balfback D. Dunlop, tackle G. Whztebzll, quarterback Cbe carri mule! bflfl FJ' Gffpnel I Z. W. Baehler, halfback T. Ellis, tackle T. Jones, tackle S. McClintock, center R. Standerwick, tackle Kingery carrief for Grinnell gain again!! Coe. First row: R. Dibble, R. Standerwick, T. Ellis, D. Freyder, D. Dunlop, H. Golden, D. Stumbaugh, H. Cochran, Coach Pfitsch Second row: G. Dutton, W. Pokoj, G. Whitehill, W. Toomey, C. Lacy, H. Bond The best points of Grinnell's 1950-51 basketball season are summed up in one man - Dunlop. Winding up his collegiate career with a total of 1054 points, big Dave hitting for 441 points this year edged out Beloit's Ron Bontemps for the conference scoring crown with a 24.5 average. In his three years of Varsity ball Dave has an average of 19.88 points a game. Winning eight games and losing ten, Coach John Pfitsch's squad played good and at times brilliant ball. Opening their season at North Central with a 59-47 loss, the cagers returned home to trim Coe, 69-64. At Cornell the follow- ing week the Pioneers lost a hard game in the last few seconds, 63-62. The loopsters captured third place in the North Central tournament at Sioux City, edging out Iowa State Teachers 63-60, and South Dakota U., 68-57, while dropping a close one to Morningside, 74-64. Back home the Scarlet and Black continued in their winning form as they took Ripon, 58-42, and then trounced Monmouth, 75-58. At Northfield, Min- nesota, Grinnell's quintet had a tough time and were decisioned 61-503 back in Darby Gym Lawrence proved to be somewhat easier and Pfitsch's men won 66-59. After the Law- rence fray the loopsters seemed to lose their touch when they dropped successive matches to Knox, 65-50, Simpson, 66-61, and Beloit, 86-51. Later in the week the Pioneers recovered and beat Monmouth in a rough 66- 63 game. Coe promptly pulled one of the surprises of the year the next week upsetting Grinnell, 61-57. At home once more Grinnell's set-shot style of ball again proved effective as the Pioneers wal- loped Knox, 77-45. In their last two tilts Pfitsclfs quintet lost some of their spark and fire as they were extinguished in close matches by Carleton, 61- 56, and Cornell, 70-69. ' R. Bigelow, gzzazrd . Slumbrzzzgh, forward Three opponenty fail to nop Bigelow in the Grinnell-Cornell game. D Hffgn Zed PI 6' f0f 166 lgff-H256 Fre yd er Jtruggley for the rebozznd. Grinnell-Lawrence game 7"-H W kv, N U 1 4 E I .M-gm lx! .1 H Q C X XY 4 It -'fix' SA x ' x j 3 A 'E,,l ,gwzmw M,1igw3 v 'E P WT-?WA ..-um ,:2Z'. ff " ' liz' -ir f f 2 fs-we - Cross Country Senior letterman Brett Taylor, crack distance ace from Man- kato, Minnesota, led Coach E. G. Booth's harriers to sixth place in the conference meet. They edged out two arch rivals, Mon- mouth and Cornell. Brett was by far Grinnellls outstanding man, snapping the tape in dual meets with Cornell and Monmouth and finishing well up in the Lawrence and Coe meets. The Pioneers dropped all four of their dual meets, losing to Monmouth, Lawrence, aw, First row: L. Higa, D. Iverson R. Hartung Second row: Manager V. Yager, B. Taylor, L. Nichols, R. Raridon, L. Bildusas a IVZ177 2691, 0 779 77252 72 X Bret! T4-W Coe, and Cornell. A strong freshmen team and several returning sophomores and juniors make next year's outlook brighter. Letter winners included Leon Bildusas, Roger Hartung Darrell Iverson, Richard Raridon, and Brett Taylor. Dibble senior, Vince Yager managed the squad. l Story behind the boyf who break the lapef 011 llaeir lmzrkf, .rel for zzcliorz 1:11 gb yzzmper Track Coach E. G. Booth's indoor tracksters were headed by shot-putters, Terry Ellis and Alan Gold- farbg pole-vaulter, Gardiner Duttong and high- jumper, George Whitehill. Opening their season against Iowa State Teachers, unbeaten in dual meets since 1948, the Pioneers were overpowered, especially by Iowa's Don Green. From Cedar Falls Booth's boys traveled to North Central for the Midwest Relays. Ellis, taking a second in the shot-put, accounted for Grin- nell's points. In the third contest, the Midwest Conference meet, the Pioneers ended in sixth place with the scoring aid of Ellis, Goldfarb, and White- hill. ' Dzlnbxil 771 ' Fzedopazvykz' flow, G Wbitebill WEN G. Dalton, pole-Muller AT Ezzfy, I ol-pmlfer First row: T. Gage, C. Dunham, G. Dutton, L. Whittemore, F. Good- win, D. Iverson Second row: Coach Booth, G. Whitehill, T. Ellis, R. Fiedorowicz, A. Goldfarb, D. Raridon, J. Phelps Third row: D. Duecker, R. Standerwick. F. Rubel 143 Olfen aitempif cl break. Wrestling Narrowly missing second place in the conference meet, Coach Hank Brown's matmen finished in third place behind mighty Cornell and sec- ond place Carleton. The grapplers' dual meet record was less impressive, winning two and losing five. Opening with the Maize and Gold from Carle- ton, the Pioneers lost a tough one, 20-16, on the fol- lowing Saturday they were downed by a hard-hitting Iowa State squad, 22-6, then were trounced by mighty Cornell, 20-8. But soon our matmen smashed the Auggies from Augustana, 21-8. Next Brown's boys chalked up another easy victory over Knox, 33-3. After the Knox win the Pioneers were edged the next two Saturdays by Iowa State Teachers, 18-12, and Wartburg, 16-13. Lettering for Grinnell were Larry Nichols, 123g Bob Miller, 130, Charles Burd, 147, Loran Olsen, 157, Bernie Oakes, 167, and john Hartsock, 177. First row: K. Wright', C. Burd, F. Adams, J. Funaki, Olse Second row: Coach Brown, R. Chapman, B. Oakes J Hartsock J Harris, A. Surridge, S. McClintock 1' 5' r f 5 3Y9 an bs 5 M? 5 aff .jf lg -wfvw Qr.. Lf., X 2 ' 5 1. -if , : ' Ai .455 . . :x"5.Fi 1, 5' ' 35-gxk -1: ggi 4 " N 1. ,xi f A Z: r 'ti , Q JAL N ik i ? h gem fr ff , J 'L fi Q '.. A A I nf' In C' 13 ,as 5 ustin R johnson, J. Klein vw if Freshman footballg first row: P. Blacketer, R. Uchida, R. Frank, W. Keister, G. Baker, Coach Cooley, D. Hager, M. Clein, W. Vartan W. Stevens, R. DeLong, L. Stacey, S. Kirk patrick Second row: V. Nelson, C. Bennett, K Dempster, B. Strom, J. Dunlop, D. Holleran C. Nash, E. Bentley, R. Fletcher, R. Hays B. Richter, T. Thornton, J. Klein, C. Rubin J. Toenniges ' Clem N Freshman basketball' first row: J. Owens, J. Best, R. Winter, M. Litka, Ralhbdfk Manga J. Young, F. Rinefort dufmg P Second row: T. Railsback, D. Hager, P. Friend, D. Rott, H. Krane Freshman track kneeling T. Campbell, J. Led by big Bob Winter's 62 points, Coach Wayne Cooley's freshmen loopsters won two and lost two games. Fres Opening against the Cornell Ramlets the frosh lost by a narrow margin, 57-51. Against Coe, Winter piled up 17 points, but the cagers lost 69-58. Next the junior Pio- neers, aided by Railsback's 14 points, took the Simpson freshmen, 44-38. The season's prize 'was the Cornell re- turn tilt in which Grinnell retaliated by walloping their rivals, 67-48, Winter connected for 25 points. Numeral men were Don Hager, Bob Winter, Mike Litka, Tom Railsback, Marv Clein, John Young, and Foster Rinefort. With no meets scheduled, the freshmen swimmers- spent time working out with Coach Knopf's varsity men. On the basis of time trials numerals were awarded to Wally Bragdon, Dick Booth, Bob Wilcox, George Scott, Bill Hejna, julian Hawes, Dave Drennan, Bob Caulfield, Barry Lawrence, Dave Brown, and Peter Vasilokas. Grinnell's freshmen harriers, led by Campbell and Shean, swept their only meet of the season, dumping the Cornell frosh, 31-24. Numerals were awarded to Tom nan Sports Freshman wrestling: first row: R. Frank, D. Johnson, G. Baker, C. Couve Second row: J. Toenniges, E. Mayfield, R. Strom, T. Thorn- ton Freshman cross country, first row: J. Shean, E. Sievers, T. Campbell Second row: Manager V. Yager, D. Brown, J. Hartley, T. Rails- back, G. Kamp, B. Lawrence, D. john son, Coach Booth Campbell, Jim Hartley, Dick johnson, George Kamp, Barry Lawrence, john Shean, and Edwin Sievers. Coach Cooley's junior football team dropped their season opener to Coe, 21- 6, on Ward Field, then they defeated a stubborn Cornell eleven, 19-14. With a fairly well-balanced attack and firm de- fense, the 33 numeral winners will be an asset to next year's varsity. Track hopefuls worked out with the varsity, then were entered in the A.A.U. at Cedar Rapids, where jim Klein, fourth in the shot-put Jim Stacey, fifth in the 440-yard dash, and Tom Campbell, fifth in the two-mile run, scored for the Pioneer frosh. Freshmen grapplers spent their in- itial year watching varsity matmen and participating in exhibition matches. Numeral winners included Carl Couve, Ronnie Frank, David johnson, Eugene 1 Mayfield, Walter Stevens, William -X ., .sm 'wb Qi.: ,TE ? Freshman swimming: first row: B. Lawrence, H. Koch W Bragdon, R. Booth, K. Kapl-an, R. Caulfield, J. Hawes Second row: D. Drennan, j.APapadopoulos, D. Brown A Hassopulos, P. Vassilakos, W. Hejna, G. Scott Vi' ' YQ-E1 "K - M Zfi"'f' i, ',, f- ' - ff- Y Q. ' . ' 255.4 "Ha ha ' ff? . W , . ,. .YW , -T 2. f -f.. Q't..:wfa ,Ai 1 Wertheimer, and Wallace Whipple Sparked by returning lettermen Phil Ben- net, Joe Popple, and Bob Skrainka, Coach John- Pfitsch's racketmen will meet a rugged nine match schedule, including three home matches and six matches at other schools. Grinnell will play host to Drake Beloit and Cornell. Away from home they will cross rackets with Knox, Lake Fo Om Beloit, scene of the Midwest Conference meet Supporting the "big three" are squad members Bob Dibble, Fred Little, jim Maffitt Herb Huebsch, Bob Natkin, Harry Young, and jim Elmslie. aha, Iowa State, Iowa State Teachers, and rest, Kalamazoo First row: J. Elmslie, S. Fischer, J. Maffitt Second row: Coach Pfitsch R. Natkin, H. Barnes, H. Huebsch, R. Skrainka, J. Popple Not pictured: P. Bennet, R. Dibble, F. Little, H. Young First row: R. Blome, D son Second row: F. Soseman R. Sinsabaugh, J. Stirewalt, D. Klink, A. Stewart Third row: R. Dietz W Baumgartner, W. McCon- nell, T. Wickman, S. John- Several promising sophomores could make Grinnell the "dark horse" of the conference as Coach Hank Brown's linksters take to the fair- ways. But with a comparatively green squad ermen and few returning composed of no lett squadmen the Pioneers will take on a schedule that sends them against Drake, Iowa State Teach- 148 Johnson, J. Brown, johnson ers, Iowa State, Coe, and Cornell. In addition to these five dual meets the golfers will participate in the Iowa Collegiate tournament and the Mid- west Conference meet. Men's lntramurals McMurray trophy standings to date Langan-1 270 pts. Gates-Cowles-1 2 30 pts. Smith-1 1 20 pts. Dibble-1 030 Clark-1000 Rawson-910 Intramural chm: first row: J. O'Kane, R. Grindle, J. Brown Second row: J. Funaki, W. Pokoj Football Volleyball Basketball Wrestling Swimming Bowling Tennis 1. Gates l. Rawson-Cowles 1. Langan 1. Smith 1. Langan 1. Gates 1. Clark--Dibble 2. Clark 2. 2. Cowles 2. Gates 2. Dibble 2. Smith 2. 3. Langan 3. Gates 3. Dibble 3. 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Q m "x i ', q1,.g,:5 V 'V ,Ap ' J A WS. VX.. NE' 27 -slr" gfwg,g.,MiVV Lingua I 1 5335 -M , K, 1. 'xx if gg., ! 5,1 ' 'Rd' 5 if fr sy v xv f ' A MG, s- sy f we + ,K 2 f' fi 6 - f Y il yr Q I , ' X ga wk? lin g K Ex , "Q,-Q 'rx Q51 ul 5 .. 149' l K 1? f 5-N ggi E-sw :QQ ,Z Intramurals Intramural chm: seated: J. Halvorson, M. Lueck- ing, M. Harrington, N. Rice, R. Hicks, D. Preiss Standing: S. Portner, I. Meagher, J. Beardsley, J. Hessler, C. Vorlander At far left: jamef' bowling team dix- playx ity trophy. At left: Tennif Jingle! finaliftf, jane Tiffany and Tyke Fifber At left below: jafney' firyt place bafketball team Below: Upperrlau- nzen vie with frefla- men. I 95 I JEAN LORY JANE MORRISON " MARY ANNE BROCK BARRY LAWRENCE ELEANOR DOUGLASS CYCLONE I95I Editorial Staff PAT BARTELL .............. ANN JOSEPH .... - BETH Bunn .....,. PAT HERMANN ....... HARRY YOUNG ............ MARY JANE BENDER NANCY POSTMA .......... MARIE BLATTNER ..... 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Arthur Wright ............ Andy Drummond ....... Business Staff -----.-Business Manager ..-.--Assistant Manager .-----Assistant Manager Salesman ..,........,Clark ..........Cowles ..........Dibble ....,.....,.Gates .........Langan ...................Rawson Ben Jones .................. ..,...................... S mith Lionel Oberlin ...... .......... Jim Morgan ....... Married Students .......................Faculty Mary Fisher ......... Barbara Britton .. Elizabeth Buzzard Shirley Kinney .. Lolly Parker ........ .. Ann Good ........... Mary Grimm ............ ........ Mary jean Nilles Eleanor Douglass The CYCLONE staff expreffer ity appreciation to the Jludentr, the farully, Wellhouie Studio, and Marrlmll Prinling Company for their cooperation. . ......... Cleveland ...........Haines .........James .........Loose ........Main . ....,....... Mears .Pine Tree ..............Read ..........Faculty A Abbey, David 63, 111, 117 Adams, Eaton Adams, Fritz 63, 144 Adams, Patricia Adams, Peter 44 Adams, Richard 23, 62, 134 Ainsworth, Suzanne 23 Albach, John 65 Alenty, Richard Allen, Gerauld 145 Allen, Leslie 18, 23, 62, 113, 127 Alton, Judy Ann 58, 131 Anderson, Donald Anderson, Doris 57, 116, 117 Anderson, Jane 45 Anderson, Mary 59, 117 Anderson, Shirley 23, 44 Andresen, Marilyn 54 Andrews, Nadine 58 Andrews, Robert 66 Apking, Elinor Arnold, Jo Anne 23, 124 Arnold, Merrill 63, 131 Astatkei, Getachew 34, 61, 124 Atwater, Ruth 34, 47, 96, 123, 126, 132 Austin, Robert' 72, 146 Ayres, Anne 34, 50, 112, 131 B Babcock, Courtlandt Tim 67, 112, 118 Baehler, Wallace 34, 133, 135, 137 Bagby, Jane 57, 113, 127 Bailey, Georgina 55 Baker, George 66, 146, 147 Baker, Mary 48, 58 Baker, Sarah 17, 23, 105, 127 Ban-well, Robert 23, 61 Barber, Elizabeth 123 Bardsley, Georgia 52 Barker, Justine 52 Barnard, Elizabeth 53, 105, 125 Barnes, Harry 23, 148 Barrett, Richard Bartell, Patricia 34, 58, 111, 121, 126, 132 Barthold, Louise 47, 108, 111, 113, 131 Bartter, Robert 72 Basler, Don 34, 61 Baumgartner, David 34, 62, 148 STUDENT INDEX Bentley, Edward 72, 146 Berscheid, Joan 34, 57, 112, 131 Best, Jay 146 Betz, Barbara 34, 55 Bickmore, John 68 Bigelow, Robert 23, 117, 135, 138 Bildusas, Leon 64, 133, 142 Billingsley, Andrew 73, 107, 109, 116, 123 Bird, William 63, 133 Blacketer, Paul 146 Blagg, Barbara 57 Blanchard, Barbara 56, 120, 130 Blatti, Jean 23, 51 Blattner, R. Marie 23, 47, 104, 105, 130, 132 Blewitt, Wayne Blilie, Katherine 52, 131 Bliss, David Blome, Robert 34, 62, 122, 148 Blough, Duane 18, 19, 23, 69, 104, 116, 117, 127, 133,135 Boecker, Bruce 63 Boeckling, Donald 34, 66, 112 Bohstedt, Ruth 23, 59, 117 Bolsterli, Joan 49, 101, 121 Bond, Ray Hartley 18, 22, 73, 138 Bonde, James 65 Bonner, Robert 60, 106 Booth, Richard 65, 147 Bootz, Virginia Borchman, David 34 Borders, Mary 24, 56 Borg, Arthur 34, 73, 112 Boris, Lawrence 72 Boughton, Owen Bowersox, David 63, 104, 118 Boyer, Richard 60, 116 Boyer, Sheila 51 Boysen, Patricia Braaten, Barbara 44 Bragdon, Walter 147 Braun, Richard 24, 104, 116 Bredeson, Robert 24, 73, 115, 119 Breese, Brooks Brehm, Mary 46 Briese, Claudine 24, 51 Bririgolf, John Brinkop, William 68 Brinton, Gene 63, 122 Britton, Barbara 47, 120, 130 Beardsley, Joyce 34, 58, 153 Bell, Margaret 19, 34, 49 Bender, Mary Jane 34, 46, 111 Bender, Paul 34, 61 Bennet, Philip 23, 69, 106, 107, 109, 124, 133 Bennett, Catherine 47 Bennett, Clinton 146 Bennett, Frances 54 Brock, Mary Anne 53, 111, 113 Brock, Mary Ellen 59 Brown, Barbara 57 Brown, Charles 71 Brown, David 60, 147 Brown, James 145, 148, 149 Brown, Janet 45 Brown, Mary Brown, Patricia Ann 54 114, 1 106, , 141 Brown 'Patricia Lei 58 Bryan, Gloria 49, 105, 118 Buchta, Ardelles 49 Budd, Elizabeth 50, 82, 111, 11 125 Budlong, Richard 24, 71 Burd, Charles 24, 73, 144 Burdett, Virginia 56, 112 Burling, James 34, 71, 112 Burr, John 66, 151 Burtnett, Richard Bury, Frederic 72 Buzzard, Elizabeth 35, 49, 114, 13 Bycroft, Marcia 48, 130 C Cadwell, Maryann 44, 112 Calm, Wilfred 24 Campbell, Gordon 63 Campbell, Tom 60, 111, 146, 147 Carey, Robert 35 Carlson, Beverly 56, 126, 130 Carlton, Peter 73, 113 Carpenter, Thomas 19, 70, 106 Carrier, Fred Cary, Sydney Sue 54, 117, 118 Caulfield, Robert 60, 147 Cervene, Richard 22, 24, 73 Chaplin, Janet Chapman, Don 35, 71 Chapman, Elayne 58 Chapman, Robert 35, 73, 144 Chatterton, Donn 22, 24, 69, 107 Chillas, Beverly Chillas, James 135 Christensen, Homer 16, 24, 71 Christensen, Lois 52 Clark, Charlene 35, 57 Clark, Jerald Clatterbuck, Hugh 68, 117 Clein, Marvin 70, 146 Cochran, Henry 104, 138 Cohen, Norman Cole, Bruce Cole, Catherine 24, 55, 116, 119 Cole, Sally 44 Collins, Ann 51 Collins, Betty 35, 48 , Combs, Barbara 45, 131 Combs, Richard 61, 117, 119 Conditt, Janet 46 Condon, Barbara 108 Connell, Jane 24 Conners, James 24, 61 Cooley, Marybelle 45 Copes, Mary 24,'57, 114, 123 Cornes, Jack Cory, Donald Couve, Carl 68, 147 Cowan, Gertrude 50 Cowles, Ronald 62 Cramer, Joy 50, 120 Crawford, Angus 25, 64 Crawford, Mary 19, 56 Crawford, Van 70 Creighton, Robert 65, 112 Cromer, Janice 48 Crossen, Barbara 25 Crotty, Roger 68 Curtis, Carolyn 22, 44 Curtis, Samuel 66 D Dahl, Etta 130 Dalvini, Joan 47 Davidson, Lois 50 Davies, Clyde 68, 118 Dawes, Janis 35, 50, 11'3 Dawkins, Richard Dawley, Garwin Dawley, Jean 35, 50 Day, Jack 35, 62 Day, Mary 25 Decatur, Paul De Groot, Gretchen 55, 131 Delano, Richard 68 DeLong, Bob 146 DeLong, Martha 116 Dempster, Keith 146 Dennler, Robert 35, 61, 113 Dercksen, Arthur 72, 113, 118, 124 Desch, Floyd Deters, Barbara 53 Deutsch, Jean 50 Dewel, Marjorie 22, 25, 53, 130, 132 Dibble, Robert 67, 138, 141 Dickinson, Dorothy 25, 51 Dickson, David 68 Dietz, Norman 62 Dietz, Richard 35, 62, 63, 148 Dimit, James Doerr, Sophia 122 Doody, Fergus 66 Dopke, Mildred 49 Dougherty, Jean 35, 48 Douglass, Eleanor 35, 57, 111, 131 Douma, Wallace 18, 19, 25, 62 Drennan, David 66, 147 Drew, Richard Drummond, Andrew 22, 25, 71, 107, 109, 116 Dryden, Margaret 52 Duecker, David 61, 143 Duke, Nancy 35, 49, 117, 121 Dunham, Charles 64, 143 Dunlop, Dave 25, 133, 135, 137, 138, 141 Dunlop, John 65, 146 Durham, John 114 Dusek, William 70 Dutton, Gardiner 22, 63, 138, 140, 143 Dutton, Laurence 16, 25, 73, 101, 104, 106 156 E Ebert, Donald Eck, Lester Edgren, Jack 133 Efobi, Christopher 70, 124 Egenes, Paul 35, 61 Eichenauer, Marilyn 46, 108 Eldred, Mary 52 Ellis, Dorothy 58 Ellis, Joan 46 Ellis, Terry 133, 135, 137, 138, 143 Elman, William 68 ' Elmslie, James 35, 112, 148 Elmslie, Nancy 25, 115 Elsner, Dorothy 57 Elwyn, Alex 25, 60, 104 Endsley, Fred 64, 117 Esser, Paulette 55 Everett, Mary Eymann, Julia 25, 46, 104, 116, 117 F Fairman, Donald Fancher, Gordon 71, 108, 123, 135 Fancher, Joyce 47, 117 Fellows, Jim 72 Ferguson, Helen 46 Ferguson, John Ferrel, Elizabeth 50, 131 Fiedorowicz, Richard 133, 135, 143 Fiegel, Jane 49 Field, Curtis 60, 118 Fife, Joan 56, 96, 113, 117 Fischer, Steve 148 Fischlowitz, Merle Fisher, Earl 72, 145 Fisher, Mary 22, 35, 44, 84, 109, 132 Fitzpatrick, Charlotte 56 Fleming, Phyllis 109 Fletcher, Bobbe 44, 105 Fletcher, Robert' 146 Flinn, Walt 35, 64 Floback, Joan 50, 122, 131 Foley, Francis Foster, Dorothy 50, 126 Foster, James 72, 113 Foster, Loa-Lee 44, 108, 112 Foster, Morgan 65 Foster, Newton 72, 118 Frank, Gerry 66, 151 Frank, Ronald 66, 146, 147 Frey, Carolyn 58 Freyder, Douglas 18, 22, 133, 138 Friedman, Richard 67 Friend, Paul 68, 109, 146 Friend, Robert 25, 62 Fries, Brenier Frost, Jack 60 Fuhrman, Joan 19, 44 Fujioka, Mary 36, 57, 113 Funaki, James 36, 67, 144, 149 Funk, Dorothy 25, 51, 119 36, 69, 1 126, 82, Furber, Sally 22, 26, 57, 104, 121, 131 G Gaddis, Jane 57, 108, 113, 116 Gage, Tom 133, 143 Gaines, Barbara 50 Galey, Patricia 26, 47, 104, 116,117 Garnett, Barbara 56 ' Garst, Antonia 19, 58, 116, 117, 131 Gates, Jacqueline 36, 48 . Gaudinier, Lee 63 Geddes, Barbara 57 Geneteau, Sara 121, 124 , George, Richard 22, 36, 64 3 Gerts, Dian - Georgeson, Richard 26, 68,f107, 109, 114 Getty, Robert 1 Gilbert, John 63 4 Gillam, Elise 26, 56, 104,.105, 121, 123 Gissenaas, Barney 68 f Glass, Norman 26, 11-3, 114, 117, 119, 127 Glickman, Donald 68 Glowacki, Frank 36 Goetsch, Donna 45 Goggin, Jack 26, 64 Golden, Harvey 64, 138 Goldfarb, Alan 36, 73, 82, 109, 127, 133, 135, 143 Goldman, Phyllis 45 Goldwasser, Donald 65, 124 Good, Arm 36, 55, 113, 117, 119, 130 Good, Carolyn 52 Good, James 65 Goodale, Eva 54, 105 Goodwin, Fred 68, 143 Gordon, Allan 36, 61, 107, 113 Gordon, Irene 36, 57 Gorman, Eileen 130 Gorman, William 64 Gottsche, Melva 54 Goughnour, George 119 Graff, Frank 61, 117 Graves, Patricia 36, 50 Gray, Mary Sue 53, 117 Green, Louise 50, 112 Green, Robert 26 Greenland, Alice 59 Gregg, Donald Gregg, Harold 135 Gridley, Marion 26,'57, 113, 121 Grimm, Mary 18, 36, 58, 125, 127, 132 Grindle, Raymond 26, 62, 149 Gross, Dorothy 48 ' Grosser, Lois 22, 45, 116, 117 Groth, Barbara 46 Grover, Kathleen 54, 118 Gurney, Harry H Hackes, Mary 36, 46, 120 Hacking, Janice 54, 117 Haegele, Shirley 22, 36, 49, 84, 117, 126 Hager, Donald 146 Hakes, James 72 Halliday, Mary 44, 117 Halsey, Kent Halvorson,Ju1iann 120, 126, 130, 153 Hamilton, Howard Hammer, Dave 26, 122 Hammers, John 116, 117 Hampton, Mary 105, 125, 131 Hansen, Roberta 50, 124 Hanson, E. Roger 26, 64, 113, 116, 117 Hanson, Evelynne 26, 55, 105, 118, 131 Hapgood, Donovan 73 Harbeck, Donna 104 Harrington, Marilyn 54, 105, 153 Harris, John 144 Harrison, Harold 36 Harshbarger, Betty 48, 120, 130 Harshbarger, Beverly 48, 120, 130 Hartley, James 68, 109, 147 Hartsock, John 144 Hartung, Roger 142 Hartwell, Robert 68 Hassopulos, Andrew 67, 124 Hastings, Robert Hatfield, Robert 36, 64, 66, 116, 117 Hauser, David 19, 36, 67, 116, 117, 149 Huntley, Judith 45 Hurst, Rolland 106, 117, 118 Hurtgen, Robert 27, 73, 122 Hyden, Margaret 37, 57, 108, 112, 118 I Ichikawa, Margaret 45 Ingram, William 119 Iverson, Darrell 37, 61, 133, 142, 143 Iwashita, Haruo I Jackson, Charles Jackson, Edwin 27, 124, 131, 133, 145 Jackson, Robert Jacobsen, Doreen 54 Jacobsen, Lewis 66 Jaeger, Katharine 50 Jaffee, Robert 66 James, Eleanor 27, 47, 116 Jantzen, Kathryn 37, 46, 118, 124 Jeck, George 37, 107, 112 Hawes, Julian 60, 147 Hayes, Mary 55 Hays, Robert 68, 146 Heckman, David 68 Heiberg, Jeanne 120, 130 Heizer, Ann 58 Hejna, William 70, 147 Helfrich, Judy 48, 114 Heller, Marvin 26, 71 Helm, Pearl 36, 49, 132, 134 Helpenstell, Fred 37, 71 Herman, Sylvia 53, 113 Hermann, Patricia 37, 50, 111 Hessler, Joyce 56, 130, 153 Heusner, Arthur 63 Hicks, Ruth 55, 113, 153 Higa, Leslie 142 Hildahl, Doris 58, 109 Hilke, Ingrid 59, 105, 118 Hill, Jack 37, 67, 135 Hinman, Charles 26 ' Jenkins, James 68 Jensen, Leo Jensen, Ronald 72, 112, 116 Johns, Juanita 52 Johnsen, Alf 69, 133, 135, 136 Johnson, Carolyn 49, 121, 130 Johnson, David 27, 72, 135, 147 Johnson, Donald 70, 135, 148 Johnson, JoAnne 45 Johnson, Louise 48, 120 Johnson, Richard 117, 146 Johnson, Sheldon 148 Johnson, Shirley 46, 96 Johnson, William 27, 135, 148 Johnston, Roderick 60 Jones, Barbara 116 Jones, 'Ben 22, 72, 117 Jones, Elerie 37, 55, 118 Jones, Patricia 56 Jones, Robert Jones, Sally 37, '131 Hirschfeld, Doris 48, 130 Hoerner, Sarah 27, 57, 114, 123 Hoese, William 64 Hogue, William 60 Holestine, Frances Holleran, Dave 60, 146 Holloway, Robert 37, 73, 125 Horn, Robert 68 Horn, Willard 27, 67 Hosmer, Anne 37, 50, 111 Howard, Eleanor 55, 117 Howard, Mary 37, 49, 130 Howell, Mary 47 Hoyt, George 27, 71, 107 Hrubes, George Huber, Helen 48 Huebsch, Herbert 19, 37, 62, 124, 148 Hume, Dorothy 27, 104, 105, 112, 119, 130 Hume, Marion 56, 120 Jones, Trevor 64, 133, 135, 137 Jordan, Dorothy 19, 47, 116, 117 Joseph, Ann 37, 46, 111, 112 Juel, Barbara 27, 51 , K Kallinger, Richard 64, 116, 117 Kaltwasser, Ray Kamp, George 68, 116, 147 Kananen, Anita 19, 27, 51, 112 Kane, Vancil 61 Kaplan, Jean 47 Kaplan, Kennard 72, 147 Kaplan, Robert Karp, Celina 37, 46, 120, 123, 130 Karst'adt, Claire 27, 51, 108, 132 Kaspar, Helen 27, 57, 112 Keagy, Patricia 47, 116, 117, 118, 130 Keating, Nancy 37, 46 Keister, William 72, 112, 122, 146 Kenady, Sharon 59, 116, 117 Kenyon, Pattee 55 Kiharo, Joanne 22, 56 Kiharo, Marianne 56 Kindig, Sue 54 King, Carroll 59, 105, 118 King, Lawrence 19, 27, 69 King, Paula 113, 119 King, Roger 68, 151 King, Ruth 54, 117, 124 Kingery, Clark 28, 61, 135, 136, 145 Kingston, Jean 46, 130 Kingston, Kenneth 60 Kinney, Shirley 18, 19, 22, 37, 51, 132 134 Kirkland, Yvonne 49 Kirkpatrick, Stewart 72, 146 Kissane, James 38, 73, 115 Klein, Jim 65, 146 Kline, Louise 38, 56 Klink, Douglas 63, 104, 148 Knapp, Harry 18, 28 Koch, Harold 146, 147 Koch, Jeanne 53, 113 Kopecky, LaVonne 49 Kraft, Karen 44, 131 Krane, Howard Kratoville, Diana 47 Kroh, Barbara Kueser, Robert 72 Kunimura, Miwako 38, 51, 125 Kurth, Louisella 28, 47, 104, 117, Kurth, Warren 69 L Lacy, Chester 16, 135, 138, 140 Laity, Dorothy 51 Lakstigala, Maija 46, 124 Landau, Mary 44 Landes, Marilyn 45 Landis, Richard 38, 65, 118, 124 Lane, George 69, 112 Lang, Charles 69 Langness, Mary Ann 44, 113 Lanz, Jane 48, 112 Larson, Jean 51, 111 Larson, Mary 28, 45, 113 Laurie, Dorothy 18, 47, 130 Lawrence, Barry 60, 111, 147 Lawson, Carol 45, 112 Lazier, William 68 Lazo, Louis 72 Leach, Jane 38, 50, 125 Leaf, Edith 55, 111 Leavenworth, James 119 Lederer, Francis Lee, Alan 28, 71 Leep, Myles Leinhauser, Caroline 56, 113, 115 Lekan, Ljudmila, 50, 124 Lenz, Doris 48 Lerch, Norman 38, 73, 125 Levin, Elizabeth 53, 108 Levy, Jerry 38, 69 1 N Lewis, Caldoria 116, 117, 123 Lewis, Jean 28, 57, 126 Lewis, Joyce 52 Lichenstein, Joan 50, 111 Ling, Edwin 65, 106 Litka, Michael 146 Little, Fred 63, 145 Lockhart, Cornelia 45 Lone, Patricia 38, 50, 112 Long, Nancy 58, 84, 105, 113, 116, 117 Longstreth, Charles 60 Lory, Jean 38, 47, 107, 111, 115 Lowe, Audrey , Lowe, Richard 72 Lowry, John 71 Luce, Patricia 45 Ludlow, Carl 72, 151 Luecking, Marcy 58, 105, 153 Lundblad, Rodger 66 Lyerly, Jeannine 47, 124, 130 Mac-Mc MacCluskey, Carol 54, 113 MacNair, John 28, 67 McAleenan, Peter 117, 133, 135, 136 McCarthy, Kathleen 48 McCauliff, Guy 70 McClintock, John 117, 135, 136 McClintock, Stan 18, 129, 133, 135, 137, 144 McConnell, Wiley 38, 64, 122, 145, 148 McCreath, Margaret 44 McDowell, Margaret 47, 130 McGregor, Nancy 53, 108, 112, 131 McGuckin, Benjamin 38, 69 McGuire, William Mclnnes, Donald 16, 28, 67, 106, 123 McIntyre, John 65, 106 McKay, Curtis McKean, Manes 28 McKee, Nola 54 McKinney, Edward 28 McLane, Catherine 50 McMurray, Arthur McNally, Portia 52, 105 McNee, Emory 60 McNeill, Carole 123, 125, 131 ' McQuilkin, Alice 28, 51, 130 M Macfarlane, Carolyn 18, 28, 57, 119, 123 Mabbott, Marilyn 55 Machamer, Molly 47 Mackenzie, Nancy 55, 111, 131 Maffitt, Jim 148 Malmstedt, John Maneki, Raymond Manes, Rose-Marie 28, 53 Marcek, Ann 51, 112 Marley, Nancy 28, 49 Marquis, Robert 29, 71, 107 Marshall, Patricia 54 Marshall, Sydney 44 Marshall, William 38, 67 158 Martens, Donald 63 Martin, Rosemary 38, 53, 123, 124, 127, 130, 132 Martin, Ruth 17, 18, 19, 29, 47, 116, 125, 126, 127 Marvin, Janis 50 Mathis, Charles 67 Matson, Constance 52 Matsunaga, Raymond 70 Mayfield, Eugene 66, 147 Maytag, John Maywald, Richard 70 Maxwell, Dorothy 29, 120, 123 Meagher, Joanne 45, 131, 153 Meigs, Milton 72, 111, 116 Meidle, Bob 66 Meredith, Prudence 50 Merrell, William 29, 60, 84, 113, 116, 117 Merritt, Margaret 57, 112 Messer, Sally 50 Meyer, James 63 Meyer, Roger 63 Middleton, Kathryn 50, 113, 119 Millen, Jon 38, 46 Miller, Jane 38, 46, 118, 124 Miller, Jane E. 29 Miller, John 71, 108 Miller, Nancy 38, 50, 113 Miller, Robert E. 61, 144 Miller, Robert Wilcox 58, 113, 119, 131 Miller, Ronald Miller, William Dale 70 Miller, William R. 38, 68 Miller, William Sutton Millerd, Sylvia 39, 50 Mills, Nancy Mills, Virginia 59 Mimmack, Jack 29, 62, 145 Minns, Margaret 29, 51 Mitchner, Norma 120 Modjeska, Dina 44, 105 Moede, Joan 39, 57, 113, 125, 130 Moffets, Kenneth 65, 112, 116, 117 Moffitt, Clayton Mol, James 39, 68, 117, 127 Moitzfield, Ronald Moore, Everett 29, 69, 133 Moore, Shirley 39, 50, 112, 131 Morgan, James 39, 66, 82, 127 Morrill, John 29, 64, 106 Morris, Sally 54, 112, 131 Morrison, Jane 39, 50, 111, 115 Moulton, Nancy 50, 117 Muckler, Susan 59 Mulder, Gordon 71, 117 Mullin, Marilyn 53, 112 Munro, John Myer, Joanne 29, 44, 112 , 1 35,136,151 Nakamura, Frances 29, 51, 104 Nancarrow, George 112 Naumann, Wayne 29, 62 Nash, Charles 63, 146 Nason, Carole 54 ' Natkin, Robert 39, 61, 148, 149 Nattemer, Nancy 46 Nay, Paul 60 Neighbors, Robert Nelson, Betty 49 Nelson, Douglas 19, 29, 61 Nelson, Georgia 29, 104, 105 Nelson, Harold 67 Nelson, Vernon 70, 146 de Neui, Marjorie 54 Newkirk, Harlan Newman, Barbara 120 Nichols, Elizabeth 131 Nichols, Lawrence 68, 117, 142 ' Nichols, Nancy 44, 107, 131 Nickander, Larry 60 Nilles, Mary Jean 30, 49, 57, 112 Nilson, Betty Nilsson, Jean 30, 57, 114, 126 Nixon, Harvey 70, 145 Noe, Norman 22, 60, 113, 125 Norton, Robert 124 Norton, Robert Flagler 65 - Noxon, Robert 39, 64 Noyes, Claude 109, 114 Nuss, Eldon 63 O Oakes, Bernard 39, 135, 144 Oakes, Marian 59, 108, 111, 115, 126 Oberlin, Lionel 109, 115 O'Brien, James 39, 61 O'Kane, James 61, 149 Olsen, Loran 39, 61, 117, 144 Olson, Hazel 17, 22, 30, 49, 132 Olson, Helen 44 Oppenheimer, Rudolph 60 Osbrink, Gordon 30 Oschatz, Janet 46, 120, 130 Oskamp, Stuart 30, 67, 104, 106, 117, 123, 125,127 Osmundson, JoAnn 54 Ostermann, Edwin 61, 112, 125 Oto, Ellen 52, 116, 117 Overholtzer, Richard 30, 73, 104, 106 127 Owens, John 146 Owings, Jack 73, 121, 146 , P Paal, Bonnie 44 Paine, Cameron 68, 125 Papadopoulos, John 65, 124, 147, 149 Park, Eleanor 22, 47, 129 Parker, Lauretta 17, 30, 53, 105, 115 Parker, Nancy 56 Parks, Carla 50, 121, 131 Parsons, Margaret 45 Patterson, John 63 Patterson, Nancy 39 Pauli, Robert Paulich, Pava 54 Pavlovitch, Coca 39, 46, 124 Paxton, Marilyn 49 Payette, Robert 69, 108 Pederson, K. Mark 39 Pederson, Robert 135 Peirce, Richard 73, 118 Pendell, Mary 52, 131 Perkins, Ralph 71, 111 Perry, Roger 18, 19, 22, 70, 117 Peshel, Dolores 30, 120 Petersen, Arthur 30, 69 Peterson, Glenn 112, 117, 118 Peterson, janet 131 Peterson, john 30, 71, 107, 112, 119 Peterson, John T. 73, 135 Peterson, Robert 64, 116, 118 Petran, Barbara 39, 44, 132 Phelps, James 72, 143 Phillips, Mary 39, 50 Phillips, Paul 135 Piatt, Elizabeth 52, 131 Piatt, Lucy 39, 51 Piediscalzi, Nicholas 115, 127 Piper, Joe 122 Pischke, Robert 30 Pitts, Carol 19, 55, 105, 116 Pitts, Carter 30, 62, 116, 117 Platt, William 66 Ploss, James 129 Plummer, David Pogue, Rachelle 40, 57 Pokoj, Walter 30, 61, 133, 138, 141, 149 Poley, Harris 63 Popple, Joseph 148 Pollnow, Bill 63 A ' Porter, Gretchen 49, 104, 120, 130 Portis, James 117 Portner, Sally 47, 130, 153 Portzline, Patricia 55, 134 Postma, Nancy 40, 50, 111, 112, 125 Potts, Judith 52, 105, 131 Potts, Ruth 47 Powell, Diane 50, 107, 108, 109 Pratt, john 31, 62 Preiss, Donna 44, 134, 153 . Price, Priscilla 48 Pritchard, Evelyn 46, 130 Prosser, Gloria 46, 108 Pugh, Lora Lee 18, 19, 22, 56 Pullen, Thomas 60 R Rademacher, Elizabeth 46, 112 Raffety, Seymour 63 D Railsback, Thomas 60, 146, 147 Randolph, Ritta 31, 51, 121 Raridon, Richard 142, 143 Rasmusson, Lettie 40, 50 Read, 'Tom 67, 112 Reddan, John 64, 116, 117, 127 Redding, Sylvia 40, 44, 111, 117, 134 Redfern, Donna 31, 51, 116, 117 Redfield, Priscilla 40, 46, 113, 118, 120 Redman, George 31, 69 Reed, Margery 40, 50, 130 Reeling, Marilyn 113 Reimers, John 133, 135 Reinke, janet 40, 49, 107, 109, 114, 117, 119, 130 Renwick, Myrwyn Rex, William 60, 116, 117 Reynolds, Audrey 50 Reynolds, Mary 57, 130 Reynolds, Susan 52, 130 Rice, Nancy 51, 130, 131, 153 Richardson, Jane 17, 31, 51 Richter, William 22, 70, 146 Ricker, Kepford 63 Riley, Susan 45, 131 Rinefort, Foster 60, 111, 146 Risse, Bob 31, 62, 133, 145 Risser, Robert 60 Ritchie, Alice 45, 112 Roberts, William 63 Robertson, David 40, 116, 117 Robinson, Charles Robinson, Lawrence 66 Robinson, Peter 70 Rockola, Donald Rodgers, Sally 40, 47, 116, 130, 131 Romberg, Serafim 31, 69 Rose, Carol 54 Rose, William 60 Ross, Robert' 68 Rothwell, Patricia 56, 118 Rott, E. Donald 116, 117, 118, 146 Rowden, Jo Ann 45, 113 Rowe, Florence 48, 113, 116 Rowley, Harold 60 Rowse, Edward 69, 133, 135, 136 Rubel, Fred 70, 135, 143 Rubin, Clifford 72, 146 Rudloff, Frances 50, 112 Ruehle, Patricia 55, 105, 118, 121, 123, 124 Russell, Robert 72 Rutherford, William 67, 104, 106, 133 Rutledge, Alice 116, 126, 127 S Sackett, George 65 Sakata, Carl 31, 64 Samonte, Anita 22, 45 Sampel, Dick 70 Sandberg, Sally 45, 134 Sandahl, A. Marie 47, 117 Sanden, Paula 96 Sanger, Nancy Saul, Christopher Sayre, Kenneth 61, 116 Schaefer, Richard Schiller, Audre Schmidt, joan 40, 51 Schneider, Jeanne 31, 57, 113, 116, 117 Scholte, Paul 31 Schreyack, William 31, 73 Schuessler, Roger 40, 71 Schultz, Elaine 49, 114 Schwartz, Kenneth 62, 107, 108, 114, ' 115 Schwartzman, Patricia 56 Schwendeman, Margaret 50, 113, 134 Scott, George 113, 147 Scott, Marian 40 Scruby, Nancy 46, 130, 131, 134 Sears, Ruth 46, 130 Seels, Katherine 56 Shaw, Marjorie 48, 119 Shean, john 65, 146, 147 Shepherd, Barbara 56, 130 Shepherd, Malcolm 61 Sherwin, Barbara 44 Shirk, Sara 19, 52, 112 Shiroma, Steven Shoan, Barbara 55, 113 Short, Marjorie 54 Shoup, Michael 63, 117, 135 Showalter, Carol 45, 105, 120 Shuman, Robert 61 Sidie, Joan 59 Siehl, Dona 31, 51, 59 Sievers, Edwin 72, 147 Simmons, james Simpson, Donald 31, 73, 125 Sinsabaugh, Richard 61, 148 Sitton, John 40, 69, 124 Skeel, Martha 50, 112, 131 Skrainka, Robert 40, 65, 133, 148 Slator, Carolyn 58, 131 Slocum, Donald 32, 69, 135 Sly, John 108, 114, 119 Sly, Nelson 70 Smalley, Robert 64, 112, 122, Smaltz, Mary 45, 105, 113 Smart, William 62, 63 Smidt, Wilmer ' Smith, Carol 44, 134 Smith, Carroll 63 Smith, Donna 47, 130, 131 Smith, Forrest Smith, Mary 45, 113 Smith, Nancy 44, 125 Smith, Paxton 123 Smith Robert 131 Snell, Bruce 32, 73, 117, 122 Snock, Demetrios 70, 124 Sorenson, Delores 40, 56, 108, 111 Soseman, Floyd 40, 62, 148 Southard, Marleen 50, 96 Spaeth, JoAnn 45 Spelman, Shelby 48 Spiegel, Robert Spolum, Robert Spilka, Joan 46 Springer, John 70, 117 Squires, Mary 17, 32, 57, 125 Stacey, Lindley 70, 146 Staley, Margery 54, 118 Standerwick, Ray 135, 137, 138, 143 Stanger, Ronald 70, 108 Starkey, Virginia 48 Starrett, Robert 72, 106, 113 Steeg, Charles 69 Steen, Mary 50 Steffen, Martha 52, 131 159 Steffensen, Irene 50 Steiner, Henry Stephens, Joyce 55 Stevens, Walter 65, 146 Stewart, Alan 70, 148 Stillman, Ann 17, 32, 44, 96, 125, 127, 132 Stirewalt, John 61, 148 Stocker, James 71, 145 Stoller, Arlene 46 Stone, Greg 30, 69 Strasburger, Edgar 66 Strawbridge, Joan 48, 131 Streater, Janice 58 ' Streater, Joanne 40, 50, 123 Stright, Paul 32, 66, 117 Strom, Roy 146, 147 Stryker, Charles 40, 69, 135 Stubbs, David 71, 131 Stuebe, Rosemary 54, 105 Stumbaugh, David 61, 133, 135, 136, 138, 139 Sturtevant, Lovice 17, 32, 47, 116, 117, 130, 132 Sullivan, Patricia 41, 56, 117 Sunby, Gordon 65 Surridge, Allan 72, 135, 144 Swanton, Joan 58, 105, 109 Swartz, Carolyn 32, 109, 115 T Tam, Jo Anne 50, 113, 121 Taylor, lBrett 16, 18, 32, 62, 133, 142 Taylor, Martha 58, 105, 116, 121 Ternus, Ann Tharp, Lester Thaus, Matthew 113 Theophilus, David 67, 133, 135 Thomas, Clair Thompson, Frederick Thompson, Natalie 50, 113, 119 , Thorburn, William 71, 135 Thornton, Tom 70, 146, 147 Thuma, Constance 32, 57 Tiffany, Jane 55 Tippy, Ann Tobusch, Elenor 45 Toenniges, Jack 62, 116, 117, 146, 147 Tolman, Alida 41, 50 Tomlinson, Richard 32, 67 Tong, Frank 41 Tong, Norma 56, 126 Tonon, Anne 41, 56, 122, 131 Toomey, William 32, 61, 138, 140 Tornquist, Suzanne 32, 55 Towns, Donna 54 Trayes, Robert 16, 32, 69 Treloar, Judith 54 Trimble, Nancy 52 160 Troxel, Elena 44, 131 Turner, Louis 66 Turner, Mary 41, 51, 111 Tye, Lucy Tyler, Mary 41, 57, 125, 126, 150 U Ubl, Willette 33, 57, 113 Uchida, Robert 68, 146 Uzodimma, John 60, 124 V Vandenburgh, Garret 66, 117 Van Horssen, David 41, 69, 122 Van Nest, Sheila 54, 131 Van Note, Howard 125 Vartan, Walter 146 Vas Dias, Robert 68, 108, 111, 11 Vassilakos, Peter 124 Vickery, James 71, 111 Vorlander, Carol 52, 108, 153 Vyse, Josephine 44, 108 W 4, 115 Wagner, Dorothy 33, 51, 116, 117 Wagner, Esther 33, 51 Wallace, Nancy 53, 108, 112 Wallrich, James 41, 73 Walstrom, Arthur 33, 61, 149 Walter, Elizabeth 47, 112 Warner, Suzanne 119, 123, 130 Way, Beverly 41, 56 Weaver, Ann 53, 112 Webb, Margaret 46 Webster, Ernest Webster, Paul 116, 117 Weill, Melanie 52 Weinfeld, Nancy 50, 113 Weisl, Mitchel 68, 131 Weitz, Edwin 63 Weld, Ann 47 Wells, John 41 Welsh, Margie 49 Wertheimer, William 66 West, Harry Westerfeld, Susan 41, 51, 120, 12 Wetterholm, Esta 53, 108 Whipple, Wallace 63 White. 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