Ferris State University - Ferriscope Yearbook (Big Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1963
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EDITOR: Andrew Zdeb
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have been iiputwcird indications of -the pmsncal growth ol' Femsgi' How-
ever, the progress of many intangibles is more difficultzto measure..
Intellectuallrfdieveloydmentiil 'and 'social progress cannot '!'ne 'gauiged' in
mohetary terms or in the number of buildings erected. Many times
the achievements of the organizations, administrotion,Nond individual
students cannot be specifically measured, but only sensed. This was
the 1963 school year.
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1963 FERRISCOPE STAFF
Editor-in-Chief ....,.. ,...,.... A ndy Zdeb
Assistant Editor ........ 44..,. E ileen Smentek
Business Manager ....... ............. J erry Faloon
Secretary ......,........... .......,....,......,...,.,.........., M ary-Jo Clapsadle
Photographers ...,... ....,..... M il Hale, Bob Wimmer, Larry Goulson
Art .........,......,.... .......4.,............,.,.,....,......,.,.,,.,...,........., T om Marten
Staff Members ...... ........ B arb Atkins, Woody Wendling, Bruce Anderson
Adviser ...,....... ..........,......,..........,,...,...,..,.......,.....,.. M r. John McNamara
Greeks .,..,, ........,......,.........................s. .....,. L a rry Morgan, Hank Fuhs
Activities ...,,.,., ........,...,.. L inda Campbell
Sports ..,............. .,..,.r C huck Sarlund
Organizations ....... ........,...,.,.. S yd Sivers
Residence Halls ........ ...... G inny Bonsecours
Academics ...,..... ........ G ordie McCann
Seniors ........ ....,.,.. D ale Ashcraft
Advertising ..... ....., D on Berridge
"The reward of doing something is having it done." The anonymous author of these
lines seems to echo the sigh of relief from the 1963 Ferriscope staff. Late hours, and
frayed tempers were overcome by dogged persistence which finally produced the largest,
and we hope, the finest yearbook in Ferris history.
The staff is especially grateful to Eileen Smentek, who has put in almost enough hours
to be considered a permanent fixture in the office. Eileen, who functioned as assistant
editor this year, was one of the most important factors in our meeting all the deadlines.
Jerry Faloon, Business Manager, kept the financial affairs under control. The books
balanced and were up to date whenever any information was needed,
Mr. John McNamara, our adviser, checked on the technical details of the book and
spent countless late hours with us in the revision of pages. Without his experience and
knowledge we would have overlooked many of the fine points which spell the difference
in yearbook quality.
The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha offered their services whenever we were in a tight
situation. They were willing to do whatever they could to help.
There were times when we needed help which was outside the scope of the adviser. ln
these instances we turned to people like Dean Donald Rankin, whose suggestions and
concern for the book were greatly appreciated, Mr. Stanley Dean and Mr. Joseph Deupree
of Institutional Relations, who provided us with a great number of pictures, Mrs. Veitsch
Reinhart and Mr. Ken Drake of Edwards Brothers, who always gave us prompt and cour-
teous assistance, and Delma Studios of New York, whose advice and picture identification
system were both excellent.
A college yearbook becomes a future book of memories. We hope that the 1963 Ferris-
cope has accurately captured the school year at Ferris.
Andrew Zdeb Editor
ACTIVITIES. . .
GREEKS. . .
SPORTS. . .
ACADEMICS . . .
SENIORS. . .
Ferris Students Develop . . .
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The Ferris Bulldog marching band spells out the
school's letters in a marching formation on Home-
Alumni Return for 34th Annual Homecoming
Luanne Begley, Queen of the 34th Annual Homecoming,
is crowned at the pep rally by President Victor F. Spathelf.
The 34th Annual Homecoming, sponsored by Sigma
Phi Epsilon, proved to be another exciting and success-
The Homecoming Ball, which capped two days of
festivities for the Ferris students and alumni took place
in the Student Center, featuring Bob Eberhart's Orches-
tra and the Lee Brandimore Quintet.
The activities started with the Homecoming assembly,
where the Final Candidates were announced. Festivi-
ties continued with the pep rally, which included con-
tests between fraternities and sororities, the appear-
ance of the football team, music by the Ferris Bull-
dog Marching Band, and the crowning of the queen,
Luanne Begley, by President Victor F. Spathelf.
Busy at work were dormitory residents constructing
their outdoor displays and fraternities and sororities
putting finishing touches on their floats.
The Homecoming Parade, of more than 50 units,
took place in downtown Big Rapids. In the parade were
floats constructed by campus organizations depicting
the T962 theme, "This is Our Country." Following the
parade the Ferris 500 pushcart race was held and the
afternoon was topped off by the annual Homecoming
Selection of Queen
The Islanders Swing Tha! B
Highlights Homecoming Eve
TWO Gleuming Beaufies
Jeanne Miller ill", Qi. Nancy Dalby
Delta Tau Epsilon 'I V Y xX.' Q Sigma Alpha Mu
Homecomirgg' Queen"1'1w'21:gnd Court
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Beth McPherson K Aff" Julie Merckel
Phi Del1a Chi gf" Sigma Alpha Delta
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Place Sorority Float: Theta Tau Omega
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2nd Place Sorority Float: Delta Zefa
Queen Luanne and Court
Ferris "500" Winner: Delta Tau Epsilon
'lst Place Fraternity Float: Phi Delta Chi
2nd Place Fraternity Float: Kappa Psi
'Ist Place Men's Dorm: Carlisle Hall
'lst Place Women's Dorm: Helen Ferris Hall
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gallant recovery in time for the parade.
Draws Enthusiastic Crowd
Martz 8g Shapley's entree in the com-
mercial division expressed the freedom
of the secret ballot.
Freedom of Religion was the theme of the Newman Club's float.
The Friars, from University of Michigan,
were sponsored by the All College Student
Government, to bring more collegiate oriented
entertainment to campus. A vocal octet which
accompanies the University of Michigan Men's
Glee Club, it has become the most outstand-
ing small vocal group on their campus. Their
repertoire consists of nearly 50 selections
varying from barbershop to modern music,
and an occasional rock 'n roll parady.
The Chad Mitchell Trio, sponsored by Delta
Tau Epsilon Fraternity, is a musicial group that
combines the folk songs of the past with
musical coments on the world today. The key
to their success may be found in the individu-
ality of the Trio itself. Their disregard for the
conventional and flair for the unexpected has
turned the Trio into one of the top folk and
popular groups in the country.
The Chad Mitchell Trio performs for a
'Mighty Day on Campus.'
Vocal Groups Perform On Campus
University of Michigan's Friars present a program
for the student body on Halloween night.
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Front Row-Debbie Curtis, Jan Bagley, Diane Temple, Peggy Kaluz, Sue Sullivan. Back Row-Joel
Sinkule, Bob Brovege, Dan O'Neill, Paul Karr, Vince Pollick, Jim Nicholas, Jim Kourtakis, Phil Lapekas.
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Dann O'Neill, sponsored by lambda Kappa Sigma,
and Jan Bagley, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon
chosen as Most Eligible Bachelor and Southern
Queen Candidates: FRONT ROW-Kathy Klaiber, Zoe Ann Atherholt.
SECOND ROW-Queen Lynda West, Laurel Schelke. BACK ROW-
Jean Nelson, Sue Christensen.
R O S E O F
On February 2, many happy
couples attended the Rose ofDelta
Sig Boll sponsored by Delta Sigma
Pi Fraternity. At 11:00 Lynda West
was chosen queen of the Ball. Swing
music was provided by the Harry
As the clock struck two, the doors
closed behind a very memorable
Terry DeWeerd introduces Queen Lynda West
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Brophy Hall's statue depicting the Volkswagon in 2000 A.D. won the over-all award
and dorm award.
Winter Carnival Draws Record Crowd
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The Winter Carnival receives statewide coverage through
Michigan Outdoors cameras.
This year found the men of Theta Xi Fraternity spon-
soring their sixth annual Winter Carnival. The theme
was "The World of Science Fiction" which was selected
by the men of the fraternity. Close to 3,000 visitors
attended the weekend affair held on the Ferris campus.
Included were various winter games, huge snow
statutes, and dances. Both Ferris and the student body
were presented to the state of Michigan through such
television programs as "Michigan Outdoors" in Detroit
and sports programs in Cadillac. Newspaper coverage
came from the Detroit Free Press, The Grand Rapids
Press, Cadillac News, and Big Rapids Pioneer.
This year, for the first time in the history of the
carnival, runner-up trophies were given to the organi-
zations in the various divisions and an over all trophy
for the best statute on campus was presented. The
winner of this year's over-all trophy was Brophy Hall.
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Jules Verne's, Nautilus.
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Trade and Industrial Service Organization depicts the
dreaded horror of an atomic war.
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BACK ROW: Jo Olario, Inga Maier, Carol Bacon, Judy Hughes.
ln February couples attended the
Sweetheart Bail sponsored by Kappa
Psi. Music for the occasion was pro-
vided by the Les and Larry Elgart
Orchestra. The highlight of the eve-
ning was the crowning of Miss Linda
Chavez, queen of the Sweetheart
Ball by Dean Heusinkveld. Miss
Chavez was sponsored by Theta Xi.
The Saginaw Symphony Orchestra was a special feature during the Festival of
Convocations Committee Brings Distinguished
Visitors to Ferris Campus
The General Education Assembly
Committee spearheaded the cultural
and intellectual programs of the col-
lege. Guided by a committee of
faculty and student representatives,
students were provided an oppor-
tunity to develop, broaden, and en-
rich their cultural and intellectual
interests in a variety of stimulating
Dr. Alfred Kelly, noted Professor of History at Wayne State
University, presented a stimulating discussion on civil rights
and constitutional law.
Robert Read, concert organist, presented an organ
Mr. Scxlom Rizk spoke on our American
The Wayne State University Men's Glee Club, recognized as one of the country's
leading ensembles, presented a morning Convocation.
Mr. Dwight Cooke fcenter in dork suitl talks with students
and faculty. Mr. Cooke is cz well known lecturer, author, and
Ferris was honored to have the distinguished Nobel Prize
winner, Sir Norman Angell, on campus for two days.
Hans Lample, noted conductor also con-
tributed his tolents to the Convocation
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Learning Is A Lonely and Arcluous Task
Memories Remain After The Evening ls Over
College Is A Time For Adult Day Dreaming
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THE HONORABLE RAYMOND W. STARR JUDGE WILLIAM J. MILLER DR- RUSSEI- B- NYE
MR. CHARLES F. FAIRMAN
DR. GLEN C. BOND
December I2, I877
September 26, 1962
Board of Control
MR. EUGENE A. WARD
MRS. BESS E. FISHMAN MR. LAWRENCE W. PRAKKEN
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"Progress is a dynamic human urge. The Creator instilled in man the thorn of
dissatisfaction with lesser ideas and accomplishments, while giving him unlimited
potential for achieving greater things.
"Once a vision of greater achievement is crystallized,that change we call pro-
gress materializes. Thus people progress to larger purpose, more effective effort,
with resultant measurable gains. The tools, implements and devices of men, as
means to ends, improve. Programs of activity are aimed at orbit-oriented heights.
Progress is no fantasy - it is made of earthy things - inspiration, aspiration
"Colleges, men-made vehicles for progress, also can respond similarly to mo-
tivating challenges. Ferris seeks to progress in order to vitally assist your pro-
gress as an individual.
"There is a happy truism equally applicable to you and to Ferris - the more
one aids an individual or an institution to progress, the greater one's own pro-
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JOHN R. SMITH
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STANLEY J. DEAN
DONALD F. RANKIN
Deon of Students
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EDWIN D. HEUSINKVELD
Dean of Men
MAHLON J. HERRICK
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Director of Admissions
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Counselor of Women
ROBERT D. EDISON
GOLDIE T. NOTT
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Assistant Director of Food Service
GEORGE F. CUNNINGHAM
MAX E. SMITH
Direcior of Residence Halls cmd Food Service
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DONALD L. HECKER
MILDRED Y. HALLISY
Placement and Scholarship Director
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JAMES R. HESS
Director of Alumni Relations
RONALD K. EDWARDS
Assistant Housing Counselor
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To break through the monotony of
the daily routine and provide on op-
portunity for self-expression . . .
FRONT ROW-E D- l'l9USif'llCVeld, AdVlS0fi Gerald El'lCkS0l'1, John Rogosky. ROW THREE-Robert Blackburn, Daniel Tib
President, Jeffrey Averill, Treasurer, Thomas Condon, Ad- bits. BACK ROW-Ray Bewak, Robert Brovege.
visor. ROW TWO-Jim Anderson, Keith MacDonald, Ian
Student Center Board Hosts
Region V Conference
Social, cultural, recreational and publicity activities are the main areas of interest
handled by the Student Center Board.
This year the Region V Conference of the Association of College Unions was held on
the Ferris campus. The Student Union Boards from 40 colleges discussed areas of pro-
gramming, membership and finances.
The Games Tournament, annual Student Center Christmas decorating, photo contest,
Campus Heights Christmas window decorating contest, record lending library and orienta-
tion dances, are just a few of the many activities sponsored by the S.C.B.
Gaining new members and expanding activities are always prominent obiectives of
Student Center Board members.
The Ferris Student Center Board is a student operated organizationopen to all students
interested in a varied program of events and activities throughout the school year.
FRONT ROW: Robert Lucky, Treasurer: Harvey Rees, Chief Studio Engineer, Clark Alinder, Robert Collins, Terry Sehl, Richard Buck-
Engineer: Diane Temple, Executive Secretary, Charles Sexauer, Man- stiegel
ager: Walter Thompson, Varn Renwick, Program Director FOURTH ROW: John Hariu, Dan Myers, Phil Serowik, Ron Capizzi,
SECOND ROW: Shirley Henderson, David Modjeski, Sue Race, Mar- Doug McFarlen, Robert Featherly. BACK ROW: Dale Phillips, Fred
shall Kale, Wanda Allen Trolley, John Kobylarz, Richard Weber, Business Manager: Dennis
THIRD ROW: Carol Bates, Jim Matthews, Fred Schelter, Chief Mtr. Hardin, Don Bosco, Steven Wiggink
The primary purpose of WFRS, as its name
implies fFerris Radio Servicej, is to provide a
communication service to the students on the
They are presently operating on a closed
circuit system of 560 kilocycles daily from 4
p. m. to 2 a. m. seven days a week, with a
transmitter in each of the 12 dormitories.
All programming presented on WFRS, in-
cluding announcing, operating turntables,
selling advertisements, writing ads, electrical
work, and managing the finances, is planned
and edited by student personnel with guid-
ance from Paul B. Brumbaugh, adviser, and
Donald Rankin, coordinating dean.
The technical equipment is serviced and re-
paired by student personnel of the Radio and
Electronics Program in the Trade and lndus-
trial Division with advice from Garnet Zim-
merman and John Pozniak.
WFRS is supported entirely by the adver-
tisers heard on the air: no funds are received
from the school budget.
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Diane Temple DJ's dance while Harvey Rees and Mike Starr spin the records.
WFRS Provides Campus-Wide Service
Keith MacDonald interviews All College Student Government President Tom Thompson on his show.
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discuss various student problems and to act on measures from
the Senate. Members included Bruce Woodard, IDC Presi-
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Schmult, Speaker of Senatep Dean Donald Rankin, Advisor,
Tom Thompson, President, Gisela Beinarowitsch, Executive
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Fight Director, Bob Bush, Public Relations. Missing from the
Student Government Expands
Senate meetings are held Tuesday evenings in the Green Room.
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check proofs for yearbook.
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and Bruce Anderson listen "attentively" dur-
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Editor-in-Chief, Bill Tripp, News Editor, Jerry Martini and head Photographer, Mil Hale prepare for
another Friday deadline.
Torch Staff Meets
Keeping books and laying out ads occupies the time of Paul
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Education Wayne State University and Dr Dacho Dachoff gather in front of Music Center after
Music Center Coordinates
The Music Activities Center, occupied for first time in May,
1962, was in full use this past year. It is a facility which is
unique among colleges of Michigan because it is devoted ex-
clusively to co-curricular Music Activities as a part of the general
education of students. It symbolizes the importance of the
creative and performing arts as a part of liberal education.
The floor plan of the Center is artfully arranged. The glass
enclosed courtyard separates the maior rehearsal room and per-
mits large ensemble organizations to rehearse simultaneously
with virtual sound proofed isolation.
The Music Activities Room augments utilization of the build-
ing by providing rehearsal area for barbershop quartets, dance
band combos, chamber music groups, sectional, and Greek-sing
Individual practice rooms and the Music-Listening Room
equipped with stereo equipment form another feature of the
The Music Center is a functional facility designed to pro-
vide for a heavy scheduling of instructional-related activities in
the performing arts, formal classroom instruction in music-re-
lated humanities electives, and a wealth of self-directed choral
and instrumental activities.
Dr. Dacho Dachoff leads audience in singing of carols at climax of annual
Campus Music Activities
Mr. Richard Lockwood directs Crimson and Gold Chorus
in the Christmas Concert.
Ferris Concert Band shown in first appearance with new band uniforms at Winter Concert.
High stepping drum maior Jerry Blank leads the
marching band on the field! B G n d A n d C h 0 r U S
Pretty maiorettes who added to the splendor of the marching band
are: Lorraine Pratt, Marilyn Schust, and Rosemary Hendrickson.
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The Ferrisuires perform ot many functions
Vusltors to the Music Center hear about the
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Dr Ronald Gregory guest conductor works wnth bond members at the Honors Band Chmc
In its third year on campus, the organiza-
tion of Associated Women Students is fast
gaining recognition for its work as a co-ordi-
nator ot women's activities throughout the
women's dormitories and off campus.
Winter term was filled with enthusiasm as
the girls participated in the annual Christmas
door decorations and tree lighting ceremony.
A new important facet of A.W.S. this year
is its Activities Program, which consists of nine
committees providing varied topics designed
to encompass the creative interests of all
A.W.S. recognizes leadership and nourish
these abilities in any woman attending Ferris
Dr. Dacho Dochoff leads A.W.S. in Christmas carols
A.W.S. Unites Women Students
At the Holly Hop Pat Hicks receives a candy cane from Santa
as Yvonne Hoekstra looks on.
FRONT ROW- Paul Szatkowski, Treasurer: Joan Bode, Secre- kewicz, Carolyn McNitt, Fred Rushford, Bernard Ackerman
tary: Sally Loughrin, President: Arthur Dickerson, Vice- Michael Burns, John Bettega, Robert Hitch, Advisor BACK
President. ROW TWO-Grace Asplund, Janet Loss, Carol ROW: Janice VanderVlught, Jerry Radloff, Charles Sarlund
Thorsen, Kathie Cartwright, Sandra Martin, Sharon Weaver, Chris Adams, William Krieg.
Jan Prunkard, Pam Weston. ROW THREE: Carolyn Marcin-
STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Bob Robinson, student teacher, explains the skeletal structure
of a cat to a member of his class.
The Student National Education Association is the
professional association for college students preparing
to teach. A student member enioys all the rights, pri-
vileges, and responsibilities of associate membership
in the State Education Association and the National
The S.N.E.A. provides members with opportunities
for developing personal growth and professional com-
petencies: for gaining an understanding of the his-
tory, ethics, and program of the organized teaching
profession: and for participating in cooperative work
on the problems of the profession and the community.
S.N.E.A. meets every second Wednesday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. Programs for meetings include
films, outside speakers, and panel discussions by stu-
FRONT ROW-Donald Ford, Vice-President, Daniel Haule, Charles Pluff. BACK ROW-Edwin Murphy, Paul VanOordt,
President, Robert Moore, Secretary, Ruth Woods. ROW Dennis Dillon.
TWO-Richard K. Cronk, Advisor, Jo Agans, Trudy Bailey,
Pl KAPPA DELTA
Pi Kappa Delta, an honorary national speech fra-
ternity, was organized on campus in the Fall of 1959
and was received into the National Fraternity in April,
Its motto is, "the art of persuasion, beautiful and
lust." Forensic activity, both off and on campus is car-
ried out through active participation in speech activi-
ties such as debate, oratory, extemporaneous and pub-
lic speaking, and discussion. All of these are on the
Pi Kappa Delta is open to any student who wishes
Fall term found new pledges initiated into Pi Kappa Delta.
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a scene from "Twelfth Night."
ens Play Season
Marty Zuehlke and Paul Stevens perform on opening night
"Twelfth Night" provides comic touch enacted by
Dave Michalski and Paul Stevens.
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Barbara Smith and Larry Hall portray the romantic leads
With a seating capacity of 1750 the Starr Auditorium is the central location for most of
the all-campus activities at Ferris.
Starr Auditorium ls Home Of Playhouse
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Vice-President, Alfred Greenwood, President, Carter Billiu,
Treasurer. ROW TWO-Larry Harwin, Jeri Vail, Richard
Burns, Mr. Joseph Deupree, Advisor. ROW THREE-Joseph
Peterfeso, Mary White, Ian E. Truce, Bob Blackburn. BACK
ROW-Steve Young, Robert Luckey, Betsey Baker, Steve
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
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Sponsors Grad Ball
FRONT ROW-Ormond Schade, House Manager, Kenneth Tony Grohman, Robert Miller, William Wyman. ROW FOUR-
Karsten, Vice President, Richard Harris, Steward, Ray Sluyter, William Critchell, Delbert Brannstrom, Norman Williams,
President, James Exum, Secretary, Donald Raisig, Treasurer. Roger VandeBunt, Robert Fowler. ROW FIVE-Clayton Hex-
ROW TWO-James Larvie, Ivan Boynton, Eugene Elmer, ton, Duke Kraus, Richard Kraus, Robert Neff, James Sage,
Ronald DeBois, Gary Henriksen, John Henderson. ROW Neil Reddy.
THREE-Thomas McKenzie, Kenneth Emery, Paul Hocking,
ln the fall of 1921, fourteen men with a common purpose
joined together to form Sigma Alpha Delta. Their purpose: "The
improvement of its members morally, physically, intellectually,
and socially." Qualifications for membership were "Men of
good character with a vision of usefulness and service." These
ideals are still practiced today.
The Delts have taken a leading part in many school and
athletic activities. The Norbert Bunker Trophy was donated by
Sigma Alpha Delta to give lnterfraternity sports competition a
Among the Delts' many service projects is the annual Hallow-
een Party, given for the children of Big Rapids. They also
assist Tom Ryan, a local merchant and Delt Alumnus with his
annual Christmas Party for the underprivileged children in the
area. The Delts look to the future with realistic philosophy.
"Only time and the character of our new brothers can evalu-
ate the wisdom of our efforts."
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The fraternity house still continues to strengthen the bonds of brotherhood and
serve as the center of all the Delts' activities.
rry Brettschneider, Kent Guinnup, Dick Krause, Bob Miller, and
cy Strait at a recent house party, which followed the "Roaring
Sigma Alpha Delta's Homecoming float entry for 1962.
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Features Drive and Spirit
FRONT ROW-Terry Winokur, Member at Largep Samuel Steve Zamler, Ronald Stewart. ROW THREE-Stanley Remer,
Nover, R9C0l'dSl'i Skip Kovinsky, Pfe5ld6I'lii Cliff GOFOV, AI Rubin, Stuart Sinai, Sandy Carr, Irving Foon. BACK ROW -
VFCS Pfeildenii MiCl'IClel Heidemun, TYSOSUYSY- ROW TWO- Tony Meisner, Paul Karr, Leonard Rosenberg, Arnold Geller,
Allan Wilson, Fred LaBell, Robert Tarnopol, Harvey Rose, Theodore Bahr.
Following a year of colonization, Sigma Alpha Mu
became Beta Beta Chapter in the Spring of 1962.
The formal installation became an inspiration to the
men of Beta Beta. The ritual of this event stressed that
a fraternity is more than a stage in life but rather
a way of life. lt also presented the role expected of
Beta Beta, and they proudly accepted the challenge.
As in past years, the high ideals of Sigma Alpha
Mu were exhibited by the brothers as they took an
active part in many intramural programs. The brothers
also performed many varied duties in the numerous
offices they held.
The men of Beta Beta are proud of their past, and
are confident that in future years they will continue
to bring honor and credit to the name of Sigma Alpha
Mu and Ferris Institute.
Ted Bohr, Cliff Gorov, Arnie Geller, Stu Sinai, and Mel Berent receive the National Chapter from
Mr. Newell Monroe Supreme Prior.
Alpha Mu along with the DZ's, prepare for their annual Easter Party
needy children of the community.
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DELTA SIGMA PHI . . .
Wins With Luanne
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FRONT ROW-RobertStechschulte,Sergeant-at-Arms, Richard THREE-Bruce Hayden, Daniel Wightman, Ronald Schad,
Rogers, Treasurer, Robert Jones, Jr., President, Gerald Kelly, Robert Brown, Harry Tape, Richard L. Brown, Ken Hardin.
Secretary. ROW TWO-Dr. James Kneussl, Advisor, Jon ROW FOUR-Kenyon Franklin, Calvin Murdock, Thomas
Eshleman, Ronald Petre, Robert Scranton, Richard Neuen- Lafferty, Peter Steiner. ROW FIVE-Phil Pratt, Walt Steur,
schwander, Willie Brown, Fr. Kenneth G. Davis. ROW Jeff Anderson, Larry Mallick, James W. Roy, Phil Eyre.
The Delta Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi, International
N Social Fraternity has made great strides since its formal in-
stallation on Ferris's campus on April 29, 1962.
A moment which will long be remembered by the members
of Delta Sigma Fraternity occurred when Miss Luanne Begley
the Fraternity's candidate was crowned Ferris lnstitute's Home-
coming Queen for 1962.
The men of Delta Sigma Phi have done much to promote
fraternal ideals among citizens of the community. As a special
project the Delta Sigs maintained and operated a shuttle serv-
ice on Election day. The fraternity also participated in the com-
munity blood drive in which a maiority of the members were
able to donate.
l The Fraternity held their first annual Sailor's Ball on Janu-
ary 19, 1962, including traditional Sailor costumes.
Since their installation last spring the Delta Sigs have taken
an active role among the fraternities on the Ferris Campus.
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One of the highlights of Spring Formal was the banquet.
PHI DELTA CHI . . .
Wins Many Trophies
FRONT ROW-Dr. Harry Swartz, Jr., Advisor, Ken Bogard,
Advisor, Mike Richardson, Treasurer, Louis Sesti, President,
Charles Weekley, Vice President, Tom Lotz, Secretary, Dr.
Norwood R. Neumann, Advisor. ROW TWO-Chuck Cozad,
Bob Leppard, Tony Campo, Jim Bock, Glenn Curtis, Ray
Pershing, Mike Godfrey, Doug Donovan, Harry Woolhiser,
Walt Topp, Gary Kaunitz. ROW THREE-Roy Seyffert, Don
Adamson, Dick Allen, Tom Lane, Jerry Karnafel, Dan Albert-
son, Gerald Shepard, Leon Berkley, Walter Ward, Larry
Morgan, James Fife, Manuel Butzow. ROW FOUR-Chuck
Przekop, Robert Tasker, Dee Hewitt, Rene Savoie, Phil
Sweldyk, John Rostal, Pat Sheridan, Joe Wuis, Dave Jones,
Wesley DeYoung. BACK ROW-Jim Puggles, Fred Leslie,
Daryl Smith, Bill Lewis, Tom Price, Henry Fuhs, Tom Han-
chon, Lynn Sharp, Gary Levett, John George, Larry Lewis.
The Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity is unique
on Ferris lnstitute's campus, in that it offers both a professional
pharmacy and social aspect, Throughout the past year the Phi
Dexmen have done well on both fields.
Phi Delta Chi's professional goal is first and foremost schol
arship. The Phi Dexman have won the Interfraternity Council
Scholarship Award three times, the Prescott Scholarship Trophy
and the National Achievement Award Trophy. During spring
term of T962 the fraternity presented to the School of Phar
macy the "Past Deans Display Case."
In the spring of T962 Phi Delta Chi won Greek Sing for the
third consecutive time. This fall term the men took first place
in the Homecoming Float competition as well as bringing home
again the "Little Brown Jug" for winning the Homecoming
The men of Phi Delta Chi have many other activities too
numerous to mention at this point, but their professional as well
as social activities and friendly brotherhood make it a fraternal
bond impossible to beat.
The Phi Delta Chi's newly acquired fraternity house provides an
excellent nucleus for fraternity affairs as well as fostering
What a little time and effort can do in only a few years!
Chuck Przekop, Tom Lotz, Larry Morgan and Hank Fuhs add to the typically native
atmosphere found at one of the rush parties.
KAPPA PSI . . .
Purchases Fraternity House
FRONT ROW-Allen Silverstein, Member at Large, Roger
Stoll, Recording Secretary, Bruce Jackson, Vice Regent, Wil-
liam Mueller, Regentp Richard Sturm, Treasurer, John Knapp,
House-Manager, Ronald Michelson, Corresponding Secretary.
ROW TWO-Dr. William Sunkes, Advisor, Dr. George Hol-
comb, Advisory Dr. Clark Andresen, Advisor, Theodore J.
Kilmar, Thomas P. Clutts, Lee W. Cookson, Sidney Tuesley,
William Murphy, Dries VanderPoppen. ROW THREE- Kenneth
Briggs, Keith Chamberlin, Dave Corbett, Chris Porretto, Nick
Nelson, John Morrison, Dennis Williams, Jim Wiita. BACK
ROW-Richard Welch, Jerry Bouwens, Bruce Lord, Dennis
Wilbee, Bill Davidson, Historian, Jeff Hinman, Dale Paulson,
The Gamma Chi Chapter of Kappa Psi was founded on the Ferris
campus in 1952. lt is one of 54 chapters in the world's oldest and largest
Although Kappa Psi is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity at
Ferris it is at the same time a social fraternity. During Homecoming its
float took second place for the fraternities and their relay team cap-
tured first place in the Greek log race. One of the biggest annual events
is sponsoring the Sweetheart Ball in February featuring a big name
band. Campus participation includes Winter Carnival, Greek Week and
the Kappa Karnival in the spring.
Professionally, the men ot Kappa Psi sponsor various programs bene-
ficial to the students of Ferris and to their common professional interest
This year they are living in their newly purchased Fraternity house.
The brothers of Kappa Psi live and work together both for the good
of the profession of Pharmacy and the social interests of those concerned.
Kappa Psi's are proud of their newly purchased fraternity
house and rightly so. It serves as the hub of fraternity
business as well as a common bond for all the members.
Sweetheart Ball is the fraternity's biggest project each year.
Lee Cookson, Dries VanderPoppen and Dick Sturm enioy an
after-dinner song-fest at the house.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
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FRONT ROW-Charles A. Mount, Advisor, Daniel Crampton, Chaplin,
Charles A. Sarlund, Treasurerg Thomas Dennis, President, Joel M.
Sinkule, Vice President, D. Michael Flynn, Recording Secretary, George
B. Punches, Pledge Master, Donald Tallman, Advisor. ROW TWO-
Andrew Zdeb, Jerry Pachla, Bob Dykstra, Charles Harding, Jim Fitz-
gerald, Dick Gildea, Gordon McCann, James Dean, James F. Preston,
Tom Westfall, Brian Wilson, John Schoff. ROW THREE-Donald Light-
foot, William Boyea, Fritz Chapple, Richard Cook, Tim Webber,
Michael McDonald, Daniel Koziarz, Gary Culy, Denny Bowersox,
Andrew N. Marko, Kenneth M. Hinton. ROW FOUR-Tom Hess, Phil
Lapekas, Welly Bonsecours, Jerry Radloff, Tom Ingles, Barry Smith,
Bob Norsworthy, L. Perry Manning, Bruce H. Anderson, Thomas W.
Taylor, Walt Senick, Marshall Carr. BACK ROW-Verne Hansen,
Thomas E. Smith, Michael L. Secory, Edmund H. Chatham, Jon Swan-
son, Tim Thompson, Gary Newman, William Miller, Ronald E. Fix,
Dave Siebers, Fred Alley, Dan Dobroczynski, Ray Simcox.
In October of T955 a new fraternity was started at
Ferris. Its name was Delta Tau Epsilon. For the ensuing
seven years Delta Tau Epsilon grew and prospered.
From its original T9 charter members it grew to 70
initiated men on campus. These 70 men of Delta Tau
Epsilon strived for the greatest of fraternal accom-
The brothers of Delta Tau Epsilon also had other
aims and objectives. They formed a mature, conscien-
tious fraternity for the betterment of the individual,
group, their school, and community. They also had
an objective of national affiliation. They achieved this
obiective on January 19, 1963. On this day Delta Tau
Epsilon ceased to exist and Lambda Chi Alpha took
its place on Ferris Institute's campus. The newly initiated
men of Lambda Chi Alpha are extremely proud of their
new name and great tradition. They feel the ideals of
Delta Tau Epsilon will live on at Ferris and merge with
traditions and proud name of Lambda Chi Alpha.
Joel Sinkule, Bruce Anderson, and Andy Zdeb see The Chad
Mitchell Trio off after their performance.
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Defes serenade the 9irls dorms at Christmas time
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Takes Larry Young Award
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FRONT ROW-Dean Johnson, Recording Secretary, Lew Ruddock, Jr.,
Historian, Ed Martin, Comptroller, Steve Kitchens, Vice President,
Richard Bauman, President, Mr. Joseph Deupree, Chapter Counselor.
ROW TWO-Terry Huber, Jack Nelson, Bob Quade, Craig Buys, Don
Nielson, John Biason, Fred Molnar, Dave Johnson, Duane Pugh, Bill
Griffin, Ron Koehler, Orville Hoffman, Daniel O'Neill. ROW THREE-
Tom Bruckner, Tom Lemke, Bob Schultz, Dave Nadolski, Pete Grimes,
Bob Moorehouse, Bob Kennedy, Dick Davis, Arthur Schafer, Ray
Bewak, Dick Horn, Noel Guilford, Michael Pawelski, Jim Wiltsie. ROW
FOUR-Cliff Eshelman, Gary Fay, Dave Hemela, Bob Brovege, Alan
Brinkman, Bob Blackburn, Chuck Hitch, Bill Recleker, Richard Backoff,
John Purzycki, Jim Narregan, Mike Birkmeier. BACK ROW-Tom
Busch, Dean Mikulski, John Pratt, Tom Mehl, Dave Dresback, Mike
Carrigan, Rick Veazey, Vince Polick, Gordon Johansen, Steve Wis-
sink, Mike Foley, Dan Nearhood, James Gossett, Gary Colby, Jack
Schultz, Joe Bruhn.
This year Sigma Phi Epsilon sponsored the 34th Annual
Homecoming which was called by many the finest ever in a
tradition of Homecoming excellence.
This fraternity strives to better the community as well as the
college. Last fall term they sponsored a proiect, with all pro-
ceeds going to the Mecosta County school for rehabilitated
children. On the national level the fraternity sends hundreds of
underprivileged boys to summer camp.
The Sig Eps make every effort to promote scholarship, not
only in individual members, but in the chapter as a whole.
They take a very active part in all activities on this campus,
This was emphasized last year with the fraternity winning the
Larry Young Memorial Trophy, an award presented to the most
outstanding fraternity on campus.
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Dick Bauman accepts the Larry Young Memorial Trophy at
Vince Poiick and Jack Nelson display the many trophies accumulated by The 'Sig Eps' over the years.
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Features Winter Carnival
FRONT ROW-Don Brazis, Social Chairman, Don Sanborn,
Alumni Secretary, Lloyd Leonard, Vice President, Gerald
Billiet, Presidenty Ron Taepke, Treasurer, Gary Degner, Cor-
responding Secretaryg Bob Pollock, Scholarship Chairman.
ROW TWO-Michael Cummings, Dennis Koppy, Jack Ren-
auer, Jeffrey Averill, Chuck Snyder, Tom Marten, Doug
Williams, Don Palmer, John Busch. ROW THREE-Bruce
Johnson, Parlimentarianp Barry Norman, Joe Holladay, Gar-
ter Billiu, Wesley Henry, Jerry Lee Ford, Ronald K. Edwards,
Advisor. ROW FOUR-Jim Kent, Giff Brown, T e r ry Waide-
lich, Arnold Turner, George R. Condash. BACK ROW-Frank
Lovse, Bill Eby, Carl Woltman, Ronald Mfkat, John Moore,
Don Avolio, Fred Field.
In the summer of 1962, the desires of the men of
Michigan Eta Chapter were fulfilled when Kappa Sig-
ma Kappa merged with Theta Xi, which is a national
social fraternity. Theta Xi was founded in 1864 at
Renselaer Polytechnic Institute and they are now the
Kappa Rho Chapter.
As in the past years, Theta Xi entered Ferris
Homecoming activities by sponsoring a Queen Candi-
date, Barbara Stephens, building a float and entering
the grease pole climb, which they won.
For the sixth consecutive year, Theta Xi sponsored
Winter Carnival, which is the major event of the winter
quarter. The theme for the event was the "World of
Their annual Spring Formal brought a successful
school year to a close.
Theta Xi's 1962 Homecoming Float entry under the theme "Land of the Free" was clone with
the highly effective use of color.
The Theta Xi's enioyed a highly successful
"Roaring 20's" par
"We can't sleep, why should he?" ask Wes Henry and Tom Marten.
Don Sanborn, Ron Tciepke, Roger Warner ond Wes Henry enioy
their daily after-dinner card game.
THETA TAU OMEGA
Has an Active Year
FRONT ROW-Paula Lundquist, Secretary, Carol Thorsen,
President, Lillian Shellenberger, Vice President, Barbara
Dykstra, Treasurer. ROW TWO-Cheri Kuney, Pam Weston,
Doreen Weis, Sara Merrill, Joni Knapp, Diane Cole, Sara
Pullis, Cathy Brown. ROW THREE-Karen Pickens, Anne
Busch, Marcia Russell, Kathy Denihan, Jeanne Miller, Carol
Weitzel, Jill Herman, Fran Hunter. BACK ROW-Julie Gast-
field, Pat Jones, Midge Sheltraw, Judy Newell, Sally Lough-
rin, Joan Roberts, Sue Sullivan, Dee Britt.
As the 1962 school year opened Theta Tau Omega
also began their many activities of the year with an
Orientation Week Dance. With weeks of nail pound-
ing and napkin stuffing still echoing in their minds, the
Theats proudly accepted the First Place Trophy for
their Homecoming Float. Many alumni returned to at-
tend the Homecoming Open House.
Winter term found the Thetas working diligently
on the Snow Statue for Winter Carnival.
Spring term brought Greek Sing and the highlight
of the year - Spring Formal, which culminated a year
of hard work and close feelings of sisterhood.
The Thetas sadly watch many of their sisters gradu-
ate but they share the happiness that a common goal
- a diploma - has been attained.
Long tiring hours of Greek Sing practice are
Paula Lundquist, Judy Jennison, and Carole
Yankoviak prove, "Being a Theta is Great!"
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Barb Dykstra are seen here leading the Theta's winning
homecoming float entry.
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DELTA ZETA . . .
FRONT ROW-Joan Bode, Treasurer, Sharon Harkins, Re
cording Secretary, Karen Erickson, Second Vice President
Kathy Kale, President, Maureen Murphy, First Vice President,
Yvonne Hoekstra, Corresponding Secretary. ROW TWO
Shirley Caddy, Joanne Mike, Lorraine Slusher, Shirley Peters,
Margaret Ross, Mary Jo Shada, Sue Kutschinski, Helen Wild,
Advisor. ROW THREE - Brenda Hawarth, Martha Williamson,
Judy Grant, Donna Allen, Cece Newton. BACK ROW-
Jacqulyn Terry, Kathy Scherrer.
The Delta Zeta Creed
"To the world, I promise temperance and insight and courage,
To crusade for justice.
To seek the truth and defend it always,"
"To those whom my life may touch in slight measure,
May l give graciously of what is mine,"
"To my friends - understanding and appreciation,"
"To those closer ones,
Love that is ever steadfast,"
l "To my mind, growth,"
That I may walk truly in the light of the flame."
The D-Z's honor their adviser, Miss Wilde, on her birthday
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"Come to the Circus" was the theme of the Winter Term
rush party. Joining in the "pie throwing contest" ore Joan
Bode, Karen Piana, Carolyn Klein-the "target" is none
other than "Murph,"
LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA . . .
Triumphs Throughout the Year
FRONT ROW-Bonnie Welllelf Rewfdlng SECVBTUVYI PGQQY THREE-Kay Warner, Jeanne Johnson, Jean Deupree, Carol
K0lUZ, TFSGSUFGYI Judy AUQSSOH, Pf9Sld9nfi 5Undl'G Pl'lCe, Fitch, Endia Barbour, Melinda Bendall, Chris Dobroczynski.
Vice President, Karen Baumgartner, Corresponding Secre- BACK ROW-JUdy Bergh, Sharon Alyqrdl Cqrglyn Hensler,
f0fY- ROW TWO'NCmCY Smith, Roxle DSSYI -lUCqUelYn BUF- Jule Meyer, Sue Platt, Nancy Schwink, Char Anderson.
nett, Lynne Ryll, Connie Putvin, Sandra Beaudette. ROW
Lambda Kappa Sigma Sorority Cbetter known to all on cam-
pus as the "Lambs"J is proud to report a very successful year.
As the only professional sorority on campus, the members are
kept busy with both professional and social activities.
Spring term, 1962, was highlighted for the Lambs by win-
ning the Greek Track meet among sororities, the Scholastic
Award, and by winning Greek Sing competition for the second
To end the year, the Lambs held their annual spring formal.
Many alumnae and active members danced in the atmosphere
of "Shangrila'f '
The Lambs kept active during the summer by sending repre-
sentatives to the national convention in Boston, Massachusetts.
Returning in the fall, members were busy with plans for their
Homecoming float and annual Mum sale.
A host of other activities are up-coming as the Ferriscope
goes to press.
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bs host birthday party. Present are: Jackie
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ties are Mary Anne Bramer, Melinda Bendall, Judy
Aageson and Nancy Smith.
"Lambs" Winter Formal lntiotion comprise: Kay Suino,
Nancy Schwink, Sharon Alvord, Endia Barbour, Judy Bergh,
Carolyn Hensler, .lulie Meyer, Lynne Ryll, Roxie Desy, and
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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Betas Go National
FRONT ROW-Mary Meharg, Treasurer, Janet Bradley, Advisor. BACK ROW-Phyllis Snyder, Carol Kaluz,
Secretary, Sandy Kent, Vice-President, Theresa Pierson, Sandy Harwood, Bobbi Grass, Ann Tetzlaff, Loretta
President, ROW TWO-Mrs. Thompson, Advisor, Diane Jeske.
Schafer, Meryl Podden, Judie Babinec, Mrs. Johnston,
Alpha Phi Beta, organized in December, 1929, was the
oldest sorority at Ferris. On March 18, 1963, they became the
Alpha Psi Colony of Alpha Gamma Delta International Fra-
Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse University,
New York, in 1904, and this chapter is the ninety-first to be
installed. Formal installation was held on May 11, 1963.
Along with their successful Annual Fall Fashion Show, Home-
coming was a memorable weekend. With the combined assist-
ance of the "Lambs," the "Alpha Gems" won the Powder Puff
football game for the second consecutive year. Alumnae Open
House brought back many familiar faces to the chapter.
The newly acquired meeting rooms located above the Colony
along with national affiliation have given the "Alpha Gams"
much to be excited about.
With their new name, the women of Alpha Gamma Delta will
continue their aim of lasting friendship through the strong bonds
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son, Beta pledges, relax while looking at the Beta scrapbook.
group of Beta pledges enioy cs few moments break with some of the actives.
Aliean Nabozny, Mary Jane Kerr, and Ann Bos proudly
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TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Annual Spring Concert
FRONT ROW-Kenneth Sandri, Sergeant-at-Arms, Thomas
Wilkins, Historian, Steve Spelker, Vice-President, Robert Ten-
ney, President, John Dooley, Secretary, Raymond Polidori,
Chaplain, Don Hobley, Pledge Master, Jay Reed, Custodian.
ROW TWO-Jim Potts, Bob Evans, Douglas White, Marv
Schultz, Dennis Miller, Robert Yapo, John Kellogg, Mr. John
Taylor, Advisor. ROW THREE-Mr. Robert Hitch, Advisor,
Jim Fischer, Athletic Director, Gary Hayes, Bruce Cote, Gary
Johnson, Bob Karlson, Gary Nickel. ROW FOUR-Mr. Mitchell
Youmans, Advisor, Tom Taylor, Jim Christensen, John Lesin-
ski, Mike Salhaney, Phil Farkat, Henry Jung. BACK ROW-
William Clay, Kenneth Towns, Guy Miller, Wayne McElyea,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, an International Social Frater-
nity, was founded on January TO, 1899 at Illinois Wes-
leyan University. Since then it has grown from one
small chapter to the world's largest social fraternity.
Since the chapter's installation into Tau Kappa Ep-
silon May 6, 1961, as Theta Psi Chapter, the fraternity
has taken an active part in campus life at Ferris by
either participation in social and athletic activities or
by sponsoring them. Although it is primarily a social
fraternity 'Teke' has an impressive record in both
pledge and active scholarship.
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Rushee, Gary Clement and Gary Hays add to the typically
native atmosphere found at their Hawaiian Rush Party.
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the TKE's Hawaiian Rush Party.
"ln Unity There ls Strength"
FRONT ROW - Jay Reed, Rick Horn, Member-at-Large, Arnold
Geller, President, Edward Martin, Treasurer, Calvin Mur-
dock, Secretary. ROW TWO-Brian Wilson, Richard Back-
off, Robert D. Jones, Jr., Robert Stechschulte, John Dooley,
Don Brazis, Anthony Campo, Dean Heusinkveld, Advisor.
"ln unity there is strength, stature, and maturity not possible
through individual action." The need for this unity brought
about the formation of the lnterfraternity Council, as a result
it is a co-ordinating body of the social and professional fra-
ternities on this campus. The l. F. C.'s goals are to promote a
mutual understanding among the fraternities, the administra-
tion, and the faculty.
The I. F. C. sponsors various activities such as "Greek Week"
and community proiects. "Greek Week" is the culmination of
many Greek activities during the spring quarter. Many things
take place during this busy week and among these are the
highly competitive Greek-Sing and Greek-Track Meet. The high
point of the week's activities is the Scholarship Banquet. Schol-
ROW THREE: Bruce Anderson, Mel Berent, Harvey Rose,
Clifford Garov, James Puggles, Rene Savoie, Lawrie Manning.
BACK ROW-Robert Tenney, Robert Fowler, Richard Harris,
Clayton Hexton, Wesley Henry, Ronald Mikat.
arship is one of the most prominent goals of the l. F. C. At this
banquet awards are given to honor the outstanding fraternity
and its members, individual members of other fraternities, and
to the fraternity whose pledges have maintained the highest
honor point average during the school year. Other awards
given at this time are the Larry Young Memorial Trophy and the
Outstanding Educator of the Year Award.
The I. F. C. also promotes community projects such as The
Christmas Party held for the needy children of Big Rapids and
helping in the maintenance of the school for the Mecosta As-
sociation of Retarded Children. Striving to improve community
and college relations is an important aspect of the l. F. C.'s
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Greeks Host Mc: ny Activities
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Panhellenic representatives: Carol Weitzel, Pam Weston, Sue Kutschinski,
Karen Erickson, Carol Kaluz, Lillian Shellenberger, Vice-President, Sandy
Carol Thorsen, President of Theta Tau Omega,
Theresa Pierson, President of Alpha Phi Beta,
Kathy Kale, President of Delta Zeta, and Judy
Aageson, President of Lambda Kappa Sigma,
prepare for annual Panhellenic pillow sale.
COUNCIL . . .
Pan-Hellenic representatives: Yvonne Hoekstra, Secretary, Kay Warner,
Treasurer, Carolyn Hensler, Sharon Alvard, Meryl Podden, Loretta Jeske, and
The Panhellenic Council is the co-ordinating body between the four sororities
whose purpose is to promote good feeling and co-operation between Greek
letter organizations on campus while encouraging their intellectual accomplish-
Membership consists at three delegates from each sorority: Alpha Phi Beta,
Delta Zeta, Lambda Kappa Sigma, and Theta Tau Omega.
Throughout the year, Panhellenic participated in various activities, beginning
with an open house for the freshmen women. The Panhellenic Tea was held prior
to Fall Rush for upperclassmen. In November, Panhellenic hosted a Dessert for
members of the lnterfraternity Council. A
Winter term began with the annual Pillow Sale for MARC Center. ln co-opera-
tion with the Intertraternity Council, Panhellenic sponsored the annual Christmas
Party for the underprivileged children of the community. Winter Rush consisted
of a workshop, the Panhellenic Tea, individual sorority parties, climaxecl by
Preference Parties for the Rushees. The annual Slumber Party was held at the
Sigma Alpha Delta House.
Spring term found all greek organizations participating in Greek Week, which
included such activities as Greek Sing and track meets.
At the annual Panhellenic Banquet, trophies went to the winning sororities of
Greek Sing, the sorority with the highest scholastic record, and to the out-
standing greek woman ot the year.
Maintenance of sorority life in harmony with the highest ideals has guided the
development of this organization.
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FRONT ROW-Mike McDonald, Dennis Wenzel, Verne
Hansen, lke Ranger, Ray Gaynor, Dick Starkey, Ken Hardin,
Dave Taylor, Ed Perpich, Mike VanDuinen. ROW TWO-El-
ber Thomas, Jerry Meiers, Bill Lackie, Eugene Root, Moses
Williams, Gary Varisto, Emery Welsh, Frank Davis, Jerry
Falor, Eon Brown, Dan Koziarz, Assistant Manager. ROW
THREE-Bruce Hayden, Student Trainer, Don Tallman, De-
fensive Coach, Don Swaski, Rod Bollink, Ed McCartney,
Larry Lindsey, Wally Marsh, Jerry Pachela, Ron Churchill,
Mike Warren, Dan Dobroczynski, Manager, Sam Ketchman,
Head Coach. BACK ROW-Jerry Kelly, Student Coach,
Norm Bennett, Trainer, Ron Butler, Tom Hornik, Steven
Stuckey, John Lovato, Rap Barrick, Jerry Johnson, Tom
Sutherland, Tom Smith, Jeff Anderson, Walt Piggot, End
Coach, Frank Karas, Line Coach.
Gridders Finish Season With 3-4-l Record
Sam Ketchman, head football coach,
spends many hours working with his
Facing the toughest schedule in the history of the
school, the Bulldogs finished their eight game sched-
ule with a 3-4-1 record. Twenty lettermen from the
previous year were back, and Coach Ketchman had
two wins to open the season, beating the University
of Milwaukee and Michigan Tech while scoring sixty-
one points against them.
Flying to Waynesburg in Pennsylvania the gridders
were beaten on a fumble in the last minutes of the
game for their first defeat. Towards the end of the
season the team began to be plagued by injuries.
Dave Taylor, linebacker, Bill Lackie and Tom Hornik,
fullbacks, Tom Smith and Verne Hansen Ends, all
starters, missed action during part of the season.
Many thrilling moments of football were seen on
Top Taggart field. Verne Hansen, playing tailback,
threw a 62 yard pass to Tom Smith and completed the
longest pass even thrown on Bulldog turf. Gary Varisto,
halfback, ran back a fumble for a 92 yard touchdown.
Emery Welsh also thrilled the fans with his great run-
ning ability scoring seven touchdowns during the sea-
Dave Taylor, Defensive Line Backer
Dennis Wenzel, Tackle
Frank Davis, Quarterback
Jerry Falor, Halfback
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Ferris' fine receivers.
Honors came to several gridders this year
as Ivan Ranger, Encl, Dick Starkey, Center,
and Dave Taylor, Linebacker were named to
the NAIA All Star Team. All three of these
men were fierce competitors and played ex-
cellent ball all year. Starkey, who will gradu-
ate this June was also named to the All-State
Small College Football Team for the State of
Michigan and was also captain of the Bull-
dogs this year.
Tom Smith, End, battles for a pass
Varisto moves up fast from his half-
slot in corraling his man.
End of the line for one ball carrier, as defensive specialist Tom
Smith C441 and Dick VanLoon C513 move in for the kill.
Safety man Ike Ranger displays his defensive ability in breaking up an intended
pass in the Homecoming confest.
Fullbcick Bill Lackie demonstrates his
bull-like rushing that made him the top
ground gainer on the FI squad.
FRONT ROW: Uldis Felkers, Clyde Bedenbaugh, Larry Cooper, Jim Kourtakis, Jerry Hopkins,
Gordon Dye. ROW TWO: George Uridge, Student Manager, Ed Scott, Jerry lsler, Bernard
Kilpatrick, Pat Chaffin, Rudy Ransom, Coach Jim Wink.
Young Cagers Forge l6 - 6 Season
Opening the 1962-63 campaign with a handful of
freshmen, Coach James Wink, formed a nucleus around
this new talent. Rudy Ransom, freshman from Pontiac,
Michigan and Class A High School-All Stater, teamed
up with Jerry lsler, freshman from Grand Rapids,
Michigan, also a former Class B All Stater, in giving
the Ferris cagers a fine first line. Also working into a
starting position was Larry Cooper, former Junior Col-
lege star from Bay City.
Bernard Kilpatrick, all NAIA first team center, a
sophomore from Detroit Northern High School, was
elected Captain of the Bulldogs, succeeding Dan Do-
broczynski, who held the honor for the three years he
played ball at Ferris.
Rounding out the starting five was Jim Kourtakis,
Junior from Highland Park, Michigan. Although not a
high scorer, his great defensive ball hawking and
hustle has greatly addedlto the Bulldog cause for the
past three years. A sixth starter was Pat Chaffin who
sparked the Bulldogs with his fine out-court shooting.
Backing up the starting five was a great array of
bench talent, which throughout the season produced
many individual high game scores. One of this years
highlights was a new single game record as the Bull-
dogs pumped in 115 points against a Soo Tech Quin-
In running his record to 70 wins as against only 20
losses, Coach James Wink and his club carried their
state NAIA banner into the 1963 playoffs looking for
a return trip to the Kansas City Nationals. This year it
was not to be, as Northern Michigan eliminated them
in the state finals.
Throughout the season the team faced many tough
out-state opponents including such teams as Kentucky
State, Macalester of Minnesota, and Findlay College
of Ohio who met the Bulldogs for the first time.
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on the Bulldog Special.
Freshman Jerry Isler, fights for a re-
Jim Kourtokis, iunior, shows determination as he
grabs ihe ball.
Shooting dexterity with either hand Rudy Ransom fre
added spark fo the Ferris five.
Equipment manager, Dan Dobroczynski and ex-captain of
the Bulldogs, passes a Jersey to freshman Uldis Felkers.
Compete in NAIA Playoffs
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Spark School Spirit
eserve cheerleaders are Cclockwisei: Sue McAuliff, Kay Corrigan, Toni Knutson, and Nancy Gates.
The cheerleaders form one of their special feaiures
Varsity Club Intramural Football Champs
Bottom Row L-R: Elmer Hill, Jim Kourtakis, Mark Lobanoff, Ken Stice, Clyde
Bedenbaugh, Rudy Ransom.
Top Row L-R: Coach-Hank Herman, Gordy Dye, Bill Fricke, Mike Bohnet, Ber-
nard Kilpatrick, Cpt.--Pat
Chaffin, Coach-Ron Montroy.
Intramural Program Provides
Jim Kourtakis follows his interference around end for a long
gainer for the intramural champion Varsity Club.
Muna-Hunters lntramural Basketball Champs
Left to right: Coach Pat Chaffin, Jerry Emeat, Chuck Phalen, Bill Bray, Chuck
Bluen, Ron Montroy and Russ Baker.
All - Cam pus Athletic Competition
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Tom Hornik, Bill Schnarr, Ron Guy, Jerry Falor, Joe Barnett,
Bob Bazzett, Bernie Call, Vic Schultheiss. ROW TWO-Ken
Baxter, Judd Spayde, Wayne Nash, Hal Willobee, Dave
Schlack, Bob Brown, lvan Ely, Lee Kellogg, Doug Call, Pete
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Henderson. BACK ROW-Bruce Hayden, Trainer, Jerry
Dressing, Brooker T. Butts, Marv Hodgkiss, Paul Turowski,
Mike Bohnet, Jerry Quinn, Roy Wilson, John Doster, Coach
Roy Wilson strains for that extra distance in the broad iump
Coach Bennett works on Captain Jim Fitzgerald's form as Paul Turowski and Judd Spayde watch.
Thinclads Finish With 6 - I Spring
Although depleted by graduation, the
Ferris track team ended up with another fine
season. Coach Bennett's victory string was
finally halted at 31 consecutive wins by Cal-
vin College in the final meet of the year.
Early in the Spring the team went on its
annual trip where they beat the University of
Illinois CChicago Branchj, Illinois College,
MacMurray College and finished the tour with
a fine showing at the Bradley Relays in Pe-
oria, lllinois. Journeying to the Elmhurst Re-
lays the team finished fourth in team stand-
ings against some of the best in the Mid-
Tom Hornik was the teams Most Valuable
and Joe Barnett, Most Improved for the year
according to the team's vote. Co-captains for
the squad were Bob Bazzett, Jim Fitzgerald,
and Vic Schultheiss.
Coach Bennett and his thinclads can be
proud of their record that Ferris track teams
have not lost a dual meet on Top Taggart
Field since 1958, when they were last cle-
feated by Hope College.
Ron Guy, Pete Henderson, Jim Fitzgerald and Tom Hormk
who broke the 440-yard relay record.
Very few schools in the mid-west offer the
selection of trophies found at the Ferris Invi-
tational. President Victor F. Spcxthelf and
Coach Norman Bennett meet with the many
contributors ot these trophies.
Bill Schnarr breaks the tape against Eastern Michigan.
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Mike Bohnet lumps 6'4" for a new school record.
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Bruce Hayden, Manager, performing one of his many tasks.
Bernie Call, Vic Schultheiss, Bob Bazzetf, Joe Barnet, holders
of mile relay record.
Ken Baxter, Vic Schulihiess and Judd Spayde
finish the 100.
Front Row-Charles Varner, Terry Huber, Ken Franklin, ager, Les Matthews, James Shields, Al Perrin, Bill Lackie,
James Narragan, Richard Krivak, Arthur Korson, John Ken Hardin, Jerry Bilton, Robert McKiney, Rodney Hean,
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Rebuilding Faces Tallman As Team Finishes
Rebuilding was the task of first year baseball coach,
Don Tallman. The team finished the season with a 6
win-T0 loss record. Losing three games by one run
and closing the season with three wins out of the last
four games, Tallman looks to a good 1963 season.
Graduation left the squad with an infield composed
of all freshmen. Pitching depth was very weak with
only two hurlers, Ken Franklin and Bill Lackie posting
good season records.
One of the outstanding hitters in the national spot-
light was Bob Wilkes with a .475 average, who placed
tenth in the N.A.l.A. Lackie was not only a good
pitcher, but batted .326 and was voted the team's
most valuable player. Another player who shows fine 5 V. ,
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Ken Hardin batted .394 for the team.
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Since the inauguration of the Collegiate Chapter of
the American Marketing Association in 1958, the club
is now recognized as one of Ferris' largest educational
and professional organizations. Membership with the
Western Michigan Chapter of the A.M.A. has enabled
the club to bring to the campus, speakers from the
many specialized areas of marketing. This year's pro-
gram included professional representatives from the
fields of retailing, purchasing, advertising, marketing
research, sales management and merchandising.
The highlight of the year was the Sixth Annual Mar-
keting Conference and Banquet held in May. This
banquet was attended by more than 200 people in
the field of marketing, plus alumni and students. One
of the features of the program was the presentation of
scholarships and awards, including the "Marketing
Man of the Year" award which annually goes to a
businessman, student or faculty member who has dis-
tinguished himself in the field of marketing. The suc-
cess of this banquet gave everyone a feeling of a iob
well done and the club is looking forward to another
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FRONT ROW- Richard Howland, Advisor, Ray Bewak, Treas-
urery Phyllis Snyder, Secretary, Gary Peters, President, Dan
Crampton, Vice President of Publicity, Kingsley Keiber, Ad-
visor. ROW TWO -Larry Wiersma, Tom Martin, Gerald Billiet,
Herb Smith, Floyd Leonard, Louis Butenschoen, Jeffrey Aver-
ill, Glenn Pringnitz, Joe EouClaire, David Evans, Bill Redeker,
Judie Babinec, Tom Lamoureaux, Rick Sparks. ROW THREE-
Andy Zdeb, Mike Gordon, Gordon Lydic, Jim Christensen,
Ed Carroll, Bill Ritze, Gary Kreifeldt, Walter MacLachlan,
Mr. Ward Heath, Mr. Robert Sprague and Dan Crompton confer before
a Marketing Club meeting. Mr. Heath, purchasing agent for American
Motors, spoke on "Careers in Purchasing."
Kenneth Hinton, Carol Kaluz, Duane Pugh. ROW FOUR-
Arnold Trutt, Mike Carrigan, Dan Foulkrod, John Ostling,
Ronnie Siev, Warren Wells, Patrick Donahue, Jim Fitz-
gerald, Bob Bruce, Jerry Erickson, Gary Yonke, John Zeller,
Maureen Murphy. BACK ROW- Norman Tritten, Vince Polick,
Neil Tuttle, John Schultz, Victor Schriltheiss, Charles Ander-
son, Harold Wolfinger, Robert Alleshouse, Donald Raisig,
Michael Vlaikov, Bill Tripp, Barry Norman, Brenda Howarth.
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Crompton, Vice President, gother prior to one of the monthly
Dan Crompton, Gary Melvin, Gary Peters,
Mr. Keiber, Mr. Howland, and Mr. Dejourno,
one of the Marketing Club's guest speakers
go over a specific point.
Mr. Keiber, Mr. Howland, and Gary Peters discuss format.
FRONT ROW: William Haas, President, Lyle Hochman, l.V.P.p
Lee Monroe, Pledge-Master, Gaylord Harrington, Recording
Secretary, Raymond Bewak, Corresponding Secretary, Ronald
Bolden, Treasurer, Larry Hall, Arnold Turner, Historian: Mal-
colm Smith. ROW TWO: Myles Grabu, Advisor, Dr. Taylor,
Advisory George Berry, Advisory Don Nelson, Ron Tobias,
Ron Cramton, Marvin Hotchkiss, Bill Powers, Tom Lanyi, Mr.
Fredrick, Advisor. ROW THREE: Mr. Schlemlock, Advisor, Jim
Kent, Mike Vlaikov, Fred Stanley, Terry VanArman, Tom
Edwards, Dr. Borgerson, Advisor, Charles Foreman, Advisor.
BACK ROW: Mark Mabry, Bruce Holzhauer, Clemente Ruiz,
Alpha Phi Omega Becomes a
National Service Fraternity
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at the fraternity showcase.
In the spring of 1963 a group of men laid the foun
dation for a completely new type of fraternity at this
school. This new fraternity is Alpha Phi Omega, a na-
tional service fraternity. Alpha Phi Omega is the only
national fraternity which is devoted essentially to
service. Service projects range from service to the fra-
ternity, service to the campus, service to the commun-
ity, and service to the nation.
Xi Theta Chapter went national with Alpha Phi
Omega February 10, 1963, bringing the total chapters
to 'll in Michigan, and more than 300 national chap-
ters. Xi Theta chapter is looking forward to serving
the student body, community, and all groups in the
Big Rapids area who could benefit by our help. They
are ready at any time for emergency service, aiding
the school, and the community.
For the past seven years the Ferris Ski Club
has been growing at a rapid rate. The en-
thusiasm of the students and faculty, along
with the cooperation of the many ski area
operators and sport shop owners has de-
veloped the Ferris Ski Club into the largest
organization on campus last year.
The goal of the Ferris Ski Club is to com-
bine a common athletic interest with social
fellowship. As Ferris grows in size and num-
ber, so does the enthusiasm of the Ski Club.
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bers of the Ski Club, relax after an afternoon on the slopes.
Ski Club Sponsors Annual Trip
FRONT ROW-Lyle Hochman, Rob Hall, Joe Howell, Presi-
denty Jack Nelson, Vice-President, John LeTerneau. ROW
TWO-Ginny Bonsecours, George Hicks, Robert Felton, Doug
Hick, Ronald Linkfield, Chuck Rowe. ROW THREE - Ronald
Quinn, Carson Walker, Arnold Trutt, Norman Tritten, Rick
Hines, Marian Pierce. ROW FOUR-Tony Vescolani, John
Schultz, Bud Harrison, Jerry Faello, Glen Pringnitz. BACK
FRONT ROW-Fred VanderWeide, Treasurer, Jerry DeJong,
Secretary, Dave Rettell, President, Keith Kessler, Vice-
Presidentp Leonard Lubaczewski, Sargeant-at-Arms. ROW
TWO -Thomas Manting, Leonard Boot, Glen Neville, Thomas
Bouwman, Stuart Cowan, Keith MacDonald, Clayton Rocka-
fellow, James Kowalik, John Walunas. ROW THREE-Tom
TISO . ..
Conrad, William Kibler, Phil Crookshank, John Zunich, LeRoy
Janosky, Mike Girrard, Raymond Kloess, Phil Pattengale,
Dave Rybka. BACK ROW-Jerry Yochum, Tom Yochum,
Donald Raison, Dale Wightman, Alan Robinson, Phillip Peter-
son, Roger Rolfe, Robert Paull.
Trade and Industrial Service Organization
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An active group for one year, The Trade
and Industrial Service Organization, TISO,
has achieved recognition for service as well
as social activities on campus. They carry out
numerous service proiects for the college as
well as for the community of Big Rapids. Dr.
Dacho Dachoft, head of the music depart-
ment, has relied on TISO to usher musical
concerts at Starr Auditorium. The organization
also constructed a cross-street banner and set
up window displays in the stores for Michigan
TISO has achieved many goals set up by
its members. During 1961-62 their Winter
Carnival Sculpture won first place.
FRONT ROW-Ken Hardin, Vice-President, Ed Perpich, Presi- Schultheiss, Mike Heckatharn, Robert Brown, Frank Davis,
dentp Pat Chaffin, Treasurerg John Meredith, Secretary: Roy Wilson, Leonard Folmar. BACK ROW-Ed Scott, Ray
Richard Starkey, Sergeant-at-Arms. ROD TWO-Tom E. Simcox, Jerry Hopkins, Bernard Kilpatrick, Verne Hansen,
Smith, Elber Thomas, Jim Fitzgerald, Bruce Hayden, Jerry Jeff Anderson, Hank Herrmann.
Falor, Robert Norsworthy. ROW THREE-Ron Butler, Victor
Varsity Club Unifies Ferris Lettermen
The Ferris Varsity Club was estab-
lished in order to provide a more
effective organization with the in-
terest of the letter winners as well
as the institution in mind.
The Varsity Club has become an
integral part of the extra-curricular
activities program, rallying the stu-
dent body into a well-organized
"booster" machine and lending all
teams unwavering support.
Acting as a focal point for the
social activities of Ferris athletes, the
Varsity Club maintains and promotes
events throughout the year in order
to become better acquainted with
Dan Dobroczynski checks out equipment
to Mike Heckathorn to begin another
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FRONT ROW-Les Kragt, Historian, Harold Dore, Treasurer,
W. James Sharrard, Secretary, Terry C. Nyman, Vice-Presi-
dent, Richard Antonini, Senior Vice-Presidentg Terry De-
Weerd, Presidentg Mr. Arthur H. Croft, Advisor. ROW TWO
- Gary Pratt,Jim Reeser, Willis Hasty, Mike Gordon, Dan Her-
in, Arthur Azoian, Jerry Martin, Robert Y. Hill, Jr. ROW
DELTA SIGMA Pl . . .
The men of Delta Sigma Pi won first place in the Organizations Division with
their representation of America as a melting pot.
THREE-Harvey Schestag, James Wittenback, Rodney Bou-
langer, Dick Simmons, James Ellafrits, Bill Ritze, Jack Horner,
Rick Sparks, Dick Andresen. BACK ROW-Sheryl G. Fetter-
man, Larry Orange, Gary Light, James D'Antonio, Allen
MacDonald, Theodore Boyden, W. Allen Stooks, Bill Durbin,
Jerry Erickson, Edward Quenby, Gerald Kos.
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ternity, was initially made up of former mem-
bers of the Sigma Pi local fraternity. Sigma
Pi, founded in the fall of 1957 under the
leadership of Mr. Arthur Croft, was an honor-
ary fraternity for students in the School of
On May 16, 1959, Sigma Pi received its
charter and thus became the Delta Rho Chap-
ter of the International Fraternity of Delta
At present, over 51,000 men have been
initiated into membership in 125 chapters
since the fraternity's beginning in 1907. In
three and one-half years, the Delta Rho
chapter has initiated 136 men.
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Mixes Social With Professional Activities
Intramural runners up for 1962
FRONT ROW-Molly Charles, Treasurer, Paulette Haas, Vice President,
Marty Smith, President, Nancy Riemenschneider, Recording Secretary,
Sandra Murdock, Corresponding Secretary. ROW TWO-Judy Eau-
Claire, Jeannine Lankfer, Sharon Weaver, Judy Roberts, Janet Legat,
Charlotte Johnson, Evelyn Boker, Linda Bush, Shirley Griffith, Bonnie
Martin, Evelyn Adams, Diane Wiechmann, Marian VanHouten, Joyce
Call, Pat Wonders, Shirley Woodring. ROW THREE-Carol Sabourin,
Sharon DeBoIt, Joyce Sarkon, Suzanne Howard, Joan Alleshouse, Betty
Haskins, Julie Slater, Jim Olsze, Karen Loomis, Nancy Raymond,
Arlyce Smallidge, Delores Jackson, Margi Butenschoen, Kathryn Peirce,
Joy Kucharski, Carol Barger, Jill Miller, Sherry Donahue. ROW FOUR-
Karen Helf, Betty Holenbeck, Barbara Kelly, Kathleen Shinavier, Cindy
Coarcl, Ronnie Sinai, Carolee Wiseman, lrene Tanner, Nancy Corliss,
Kay Marra, Jenine Johnson, Connie Berkley, Julie Shephard, Mary
Tims, Audrey Walker. BACK ROW-Judy Maclean, .loan Hedley, Sue
Sasso, Jill Allaire, Charlene Thomas, Lois Perelmutter, Phyllis Kirschner,
Karen Tuttle, Bonie Ulbrich, Pam Kaunitz, Joanne Baxter, Wendy Cole,
Ilze Bailey, Marilynn Monroe, Beverly Bettega, Ruth Robinson, Sharol
Wives Help Put "Hubby" Through
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Charles, Treasurer, Sandy Murdock, Recording Secretary: and
Nancy Riemenschneider, Secretary, on the night of initiation.
UNIVERSITY DAMES, and are sponsored by the Asso
ciation of Ferris Women.
educational interests for their members, to be of serv
activities and leadership.
ting hubby throughj.
The Dames were organized at Ferris in 1956. They
are members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
Their purpose is to acquaint the wives of students
with each other and provide cultural, recreational, and
ice to the community, and to gain experience in group
Throughout the year, Ferris Dames participate in
campus activities such as Homecoming and the Snow
Carnival, They also have several outstanding events of
their own such as the Fall Tea, the Annual Dessert
Bridge, and their Graduation Banquet where all the
wives of Seniors receive their "P. H. T." Degree lput
Jill Alloire, Sherry Donohue, Morty
Smith, Karen Hood, Sue Sasso, Nancy
Baines, Sherry Bramble, and Leanne
Foulkrod enioy on evening of bowling.
Betty Hornbeck prepares to bowl ci strike os Carol Keehn
and Judy Macleon look on.
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Ball, Mr. Fronk Sasso while his proud
wife Sue looks on.
FRONT ROW-Peter F. Holub, Advisory Anita Husse, Corresponding
Secretary, Sally Mankowski, Treasurer, Charles Bismack, Presiclentp Ro-
bert Mineweaser, Vice President, Betty Radosa, Secretaryp Wanita
Smith. ROW TWO-Sharon O'Connor, Pat Grech, June Koziol, Janet
Strom, Lynn Fox, Carol Henderson. ROW THREE-George Fuller,
Yvonne Takach, Donna Double, Jackie Widowicki, Kathy O'Dell, Pat
Members gather around the fireplace for a friendly
chat and a marshmallow or two.
Dawson, Terry Ely, Marsha King, Daniel Hautman. ROW FOUR Rich
ard Baibak, Bonnie McAllister, Jane Woitkoweak, Diane Allen Carol
Korte, Margo Culver, LeRoy Soderquist. BACK ROW -James Mervenne
Phillip Francis, Don Crays, John Muren, Dennis Jerous, Douglas Pointer
Richard Luczak, Jim Larson.
The Newman Club is an organized body comprised
of Catholic students on campus. At Ferris, the group's
interests are centered around religious, educational,
and social functions.
Providing a variety of activities during the Fall term
which included participation in the Homecoming Pa-
rade, the annual Campus Carnival held in October, a
joint meeting with B'Nai Isrial Uewish religious groupj,
a Halloween party and a Christmas dance, keeps Club
members on the go. As the Ferriscope goes to press
plans are being made for the Snow Carnival, skating
and tobogganing parties, in addition to a number of
The Newman Club meetings are held on Tuesday
evenings at 8:30 at St. Paul's Chapel. There are ap-
proximately sixty members in the club.
Ray Miller wonders who will win the
Imlmaculata Award this year. '
Club officers-Betty Radosc, Secrefaryy Jim Larson
Treasurerp Anita Husse, Corresponding Secretary
Chuck Bismack, President: and Bob Mineweaser,
Vice President-plan the next meeting.
Leroy Soderquist, Donna Dauble and Dan
Hautman serve refreshments to Mike Gilles
and Wally Marsh after the meeting.
FRONT ROW-Jack Horner, Treasurer, Carol Fitch, Secre-
tary, Stuart Sinai, President, Harold Dore, Vice-President,
Mr. Lowell Chapman, Advisor. ROW TWO-LesterKraght,
Lester Hath, Vernita Pierce, Carla Lewis, Michael Stockwell,
Don Lorenz. ROW THREE-Richard Malmstrom, Kenneth
Somero, Allen MacDonald, Bart Boogerd, Robert Frohm,
Theodore Boyden. ROW FOUR-Doug Maring, Bob VanReg-
enmorter, Max E. Smith, John Sterk, Dennie Ax, Douglas
Doy, Dennis Kettring. BACK ROW-Owen Hildahl, Steve
Wonders, Roger Huls, Raymond Batson, Edward Underwood,
Fred Kracker, Richard Peterson.
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Malmstrom, and John Sterk are talking over next week's
The Ferris Accounting Club was
created to promote the accounting
program at Ferris Institute. Its pur-
pose is to encourage and recognize
high scholastic achievement by stu-
dents enrolled in accounting, and
provide a means for students to
broaden their knowledge and under-
standing of the accounting profes-
sion. Bringing outstanding business-
men from all fields of accounting to
speak at meetings gives students a
practical, as well as theoretical
view of their profession.
Ferris Institute is proud of the
many accounting graduates who
have gained outstanding positions
in business all over the United
In the spring of T962 the Today's Secretary Club was initiated
into the Future Secretaries Association. F.S.A. is affiliated with the
National Secretaries Association and participates in programs
conducted by NSA chapters. The obiective of this organization is
to stimulate interest in, and to develop a better understanding of
the potentials of a secretarial career.
Our F.S.A. Chapter has had many programs throughout the
year to uphold this obiective, such as a demonstration given by
the Nancy Taylor School of Charm and panel discussions on the
technique of having a good iob interview.
Our Awards Banquet was held in the spring at which time we
selected our Secretary of the Year.
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FRONT ROW-Marlene Petro, Treasurer, Janice Vander-
Vlught, Secretary, Margaret Ross, President, Arlene Hammel,
Vice-President, Nancy Prescott, Corresponding Secretary,
Carol Huttenga. ROW TWO - Bonnie Thomas, Cynda Wheat,
Myrna Muscott, Linda Lickertg Mrs. Esther Fellows, Advisor.
ROW THREE-Janet Strom, Joyce Brown, Ruth Poffinbarger,
linda Marshall, Sue Woodard, Sue Dillon, Carol McKim.
ROW FOUR - Judy Swanson, Ginny Bonsecours, Judy Bohm,
Amy Lou Berean, Pam Coates, Martha Doss. BACK ROW-
Linda Larsen, Margaret Rork, Joyce Owen, Julie Gastfield.
FRONT ROW: Edward Underwood, President, Mrs. Evelyn Grace Asplund, Linda Larsen. BACK ROW: Max E. Smith,
Anderson, Advisory Karen Ramsey, Secretary-Treasurer. ROW Loren O. Omness, Rodney C. Taylor, Joseph Killian, Virgil
TWO: Evelyn Frestpir, Shirley Seprightt, Connie Jennings, Asplund, Lloyd Lone, Fred Pearsall, Fred Rushford, Fred Allen.
Ann Weston, Marilyn Lovejoy, Ruth Wikman, Marilyn Pontius,
FERRIS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
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Regular meetings of the Ferris Christian Fellowship members are held.
Ferris Christian Fellowship is a chapter of Intervar-
sity Christian Fellowship, an interdenominational
Christian organization, represented nationally on state
college and university campuses. Because the F.C.F.
is designed to supplement the spiritual needs of the
students through Bible study and prayer, the programs
and activities are geared to provide this encourage-
ment. F.C.F. presents guest speakers and interesting
programs led by the members themselves. One of its
meetings each month is set aside as a social period
for Christian fellowship and fun.
Founded in I877 at Cambridge University, England,
the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is now active in
twenty-one different countries. The Fellowship's first
branch in America was established at Harvard Univer-
sity in 1947. From there it spread rapidly throughout
the United States and Canada to bring the present
number of chapters to nearly six hundred.
Sitting at Desk: Tom Lanyi, Mel Toby, Al Shoumer, Barbara Karp. Standing:
Lyle Hochman, Larry Goulson, Faye Reutch, Marty Rose, Evelyn Blumenthal, Fred
Perlmutter, Bernie Lieberman, Mr. Klein. Not pictured, Robert Sachs.
B'Nai Israel Sponsors "UMOC" Contest
A group of B'nai Israel members discuss a future outing
B'nai Israel, which was founded in the fall of 1957,
as a religious and social organization whose purpose
is to provide spiritual guidance for the members of the
Jewish faith, and social activities for all students of
Short business meetings are held for close coopera-
tion among the members. Every Friday night through-
out the school year, religious services are held, and
conducted by the organization.
The highlight of the social activities for the mem-
bers and other students on campus are the "Ugliest
Man on Campus" contest, followed by a semi-formal
dance held in the Dome Room of the Student Center
early in Spring quarter.
The American Pharmaceutical Association and the
AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
FRONT ROW-Dr. William Sunkes, Advisor, Sandra Banfield,
Corresponding Secretary, Ron Price, President, Louis Sesti,
Vice President, Pat Sheridan, Treasurer, Dr. Harry Swartz,
Jr., Advisor. ROW TWO-Harry Pollard, Endia Barbour,
Peggy Kaluz, lcla Anderson, Irene Kangas, Jean Deupree,
Sally Diehm, Connie Putvin, Maxine Wickware, Lynette
Mayne, Harry Woolhiser. ROW THREE-Phil Sweedyk, Julie
Meyer, Margaret Ennes, Janet Guillett, David Watt, Mike
Michigan State Pharmaceutical Association have as a
common denominator tor all their members, the pro-
fession of pharmacy. The association tries to instill
into its members the feeling ot professionalism, self-
respect, a sense of accuracy, and the ability to meet
the public on a common ground-their health.
lt is with pride that Ferris pharmacists meet the
public. For it is their privilege to have the finest edu-
cation obtainable by any one generation of college
Activities this year included the social and protes-
sional side of college life. The annual Pharmic Ball
was held April 20, 1963. The members have also at-
tempted to help educate and solicit workers for the
M.A.R.C. Association to aid in the reconstruction of
their educational program after a fire destroyed their
school and supplies.
One common goal, one common denominator,
PHARMACY, has made this all possible.
Godfrey, LaVern Witterdink, Bob Riker, Joe Kucharski, Jim
Fife. ROW FOUR-Terry Lint, Carolyn Hensler, Dave Jones,
Sharon Alboard, John Knapp, Norman Dittman, William
Mueller, John Lower, Jerry Jacobs, Robert Tosker. BACK
ROW-Tom Bruckner, Nick Nelson, Bill Davidson, Bruce
Lord, Tom Walton, Jerry Curlee, Tom Hill, Bill Pratt, Allen
Silverstein, Ron Sherman.
A.Ph.A. Executive board
FRONT ROW: Lynn Sharp, Ron Stewart, Ray Pershing, Hank
Fuhs, Chuck Przekop, John Dostal, Manuel Butzow. ROW
TWO: Jim Bock, Judy Aogesen, Bonnie Weitzel, Sandra
Price, Karen Baumgartner, Darlene Hatfield, Carolyn Bean,
Fred Perelmutter, Daniel Simpson, Jon Eshleman, James
Tabor, Lee Cookson, Tony Camp, Walt Topp. ROW THREE:
Leon Berkley, Ronald Petre, John George, Robert Williams,
Larry Robbins, Mike Richardson, Lynne Ryll, Larry Lewis,
Jacquelyn Burnett, Rene Savoie. ROW FOUR: Glenn Curtis,
Joe Vince, Dewey Bringedahl, Roy Seyffert, Dan Albertson,
William Ruhl, Joe Wuis, Wes DeYoung, Roger Stoll, Dee
Hewitt. BACK ROW: Nancy Schwink, Kay Warner, Jeanne
Johnson, Daryl Smith, Donald Corrigan, Joe Stone, Don
Adamson, William Lewis, Tom Lotz, Tom Hanchon, Tom Lane.
Dean of Pharmacy, Edward Claus, re-
ceives a gift from Santa.
Students do practical work in the Sci-
ence BuiIding's own drug store.
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The Calvinist Club of Ferris is comprised of students
who have a Calvinistic background. The club meets
weekly for Bible study and Christian fellowship. Mr.
Clarence Disselkoen, evangelist at the Woodville
Christian Reformed Chapel, conducts the Bible lesson.
. Various group activities throughout the year are
planned, such as, canoe trips, hayrides, and tobog-
gan parties. All students are welcome to attend the
Weekly Bible lessons are given at the Chapel.
FRONT ROW-Paul Prins, Vice-President, Yvonne Hockestra, Musselman, Advisor. ROW THREE-Roger Huls, John Sterk,
Treasurer, Janice VanderVlught, Secretary, Gordon Lydic, Bart Boogerd, Stephen Sietsema, Ron DeVries. BACK ROW-
President. ROW TWO-Karen Prins, Phyllis Huls, Mazie Douglas Maring, Bob VanRegenmarter, Paul Bosman, Paul
Boogerd, Marilyn VanNoord, Sandra Bontekoep Nickolas Kalkman, Harry Kramer, Bill Harbrecht.
FRONT ROW-Peter Steiner, Treasurer-Secretary, Ronald Coates, Marlene Petro Sue Boyd Joe Relllnger ROW
Tobias, Vice-President, Robert C. Smith, President, Father THREE-Ray Thein, Robert W Cooke Mickey Crandall
Kenneth G. Davis. ROW TWO-Thomas Thompson, Pam BACK ROW-Thomas Wood Dave Alderton
The Canterbury Club is an international college student or-
ganization comprised of Episcopal students. It is recognized by
Ferris institute as a religious group under an international
The four main objectives of Canterbury are service, fellow-
ship, education, and religious growth. These obiectives are
carried out in numerous ways. Every Tuesday morning students
meet at St. Andrews Episcopal Church for Corporate Com-
munion and breakfast. Sunday evening there is a planned pro-
gram of either spiritual discussion or social functions.
During the year 1961-1962 Canterbury has planned nu-
merous activities such as: a retreat of Parishfield at Brighton, a
visit to the Bonnell Conference Center, and a trip to the Epis-
copal Monastary in Three Rivers.
Canterbury students also do much to assist the church mem-
bers teach Sunday school, sing in the choir, and serve at the
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church-home of the Cantebunf Club
Gamma Delta Unites
Lutheran College Students
FRONT ROW: Vicar Tim Sims: Irene Kangas, Secretary: Jerry Carolyn McNitt, Sue Woodard, Carol Triick, Paul Heumann. ROW
Benson, President: William Saul, Treasurer. ROW TWO: Lois FOUR: Robert Wilczynski, Glenn Pringnitz, William Lawlor, Ray
Martin, Angie Ebmeier, Connie Goetz, Paul Hovis. ROW THREE: Ebmeier. BACK ROW: Ralph Eisner, Ronnie Sieb, James White.
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Gamma Delta is the International Association of
Lutheran College Students. It is sponsored by the
Commission of College and University Work of the
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and is governed by
Lutheran students of the Synodical Conference.
Beta Phi is the local Ferris chapter of Gamma
Delta. There are 34 active members who meet every
Sunday evening under the direction of Rev. F. W.
Wiese of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Big Rapids.
The members meet at Luther House "on the hill."
The specific purposes of Gamma Delta are: QU to
foster a thorough study of the Bible, C21 to disseminate
the scriptural philosophy of life, Q31 to train Lutheran
students for Christian service of God and their fellow
man, MD to maintain and increase local and inter-
campus fellowship among students of their faith.
Gamma signifies gnosis and means Christian knowl-
edge. Delta signifies diakonia and means Christian
service. These are the aims of our students.
FRONT ROW: Bruce Hayden, Chaplin, Jack Harvey, Vice
President, Colin Hayward, President, Terry Sehl, Past Presi-
dent, Richard Peterson, Secretary-Treasurer. ROW TWO:
Tom McKenzie, Lee Ross, Dan Myers, Chuck Rowe, Walt
Thompson. ROW THREE: Gerald Eckerd, John Wallsteadt,
Ron Wisner, Fred LaBell. ROW FOUR: Harmen Guenther,
Mel Berent, Robert Ankarberg. BACK ROW: Edwin D.
Demolay Becomes International in Scope
The Order of DeMolay of Ferris Institute was estab-
lished on the campus of Ferris on November 10, 1961,
when Ferris President Victor F. Spathelf issued the of-
ficial Certificate of Recognition. On March 22, 1962,
the club became international in scope when it was
officially established by the International Supreme
Council of the Order of DeMolay in Kansas City,
The purpose of this organization is to maintain the
spirit of DeMolay by bringing into one circle of friend-
ship all DeMolays at Ferris and by mutual coopera-
tion and support to strengthen each member in the
application of DeMolay ideals of conduct and char-
acter in every phase of student life.
The First corps of officers were Terry Sehl, President,
Colin Hayward, Secretary-Treasurer, Ken Ott, Chap-
lain, and Wayne McElyea, Chairman of the Execu-
tive Committee. The advisers are Mr. Lowell DeMoss
and Mr. Stephen Bocskey. The officers are elected
every quarter. Membership in the club is open to any
DeMolay on the Ferris campus.
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FRONT ROW: Judy Aagasen, Lynn Ryll, Connie Putvin, Maxine Wich-
ware. ROW TWO: Carolyn Hensler, Sharon Alvard, Judy Bergh, Me-
linda Bendell. ROW THREE: Mary Fingeld, Sue Wallner, Rosalind
Willis, Linda Cox, Marsha Vanover, Kathi Brown, Sherly Bingan, Judy
Wilson. BACK ROW: Betty Mastenbrook, Jane Woods, Jane Sturtevant,
F E M M E Carolyn Rode referees one of the basketball games played
The purpose of Femme Fatale is
to offer recreational activity to the
women students of Ferris.
This organization offers partici-
pation in individual and team
sports. Basketball tournaments were
held during the end of Fall Quarter
and the first half of Winter Quar-
ter. Volleyball and bowling tourna-
ments were offered during Winter
Quarter and part of Spring Quarter.
Plans for Spring Quarter include
badminton, tennis, and track events
An Awards Tea will be held in
May. At this time awards for the
year will be given to the winners of
the various sports events.
by members of Femme Fatale
A lump ball is called during a Femme Fatale basketball game as
Carolyn Hensler officiates.
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Alvard, Melinda Bendall, Maxine Wickware, all members of
the Lambda Kappa Sigma basketball team.
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FRONT ROW Alden Loomis, Secretary, Joseph Peterfeso, ROW THREE-Gerald Gray, Richard Rang, Stephen Sret
President Curt Shaffner Parliamentarian. ROW TWO-Terry sema, Gale Rewa. BACK ROW-James Eriksen Patrick
Price Lee Munson Gary Clark, Robert Johnson, Advisor. Kennedy, Mike McMillan, Richard Guhl, Leonard Klzer
The Highway Tech Club is a so-
cial and professional organization
whose purposes are to form a
group that will create a professional
bond among students that have a
common professional goal, to pro-
mote recognition ancl respect of this
group on the Ferris Institute campus,
to further advance the field of high-
way technology through proper
recognition of its members in the
engineering field, and to develop
a well balanced, common interest-
Members of the Highway Tech Club are busy at work.
L. S. A. is a fellowship of Lutheran students
of the National Lutheran Council of Churches.
The Ferris Chapter of this student-led move-
ment meets at Immanuel Lutheran Church each
Sunday evening for a supper program and
the cultivation of Christian friendships and
social life on a Christian level.
Besides providing the opportunity for stu-
dents to meet other Lutheran students, the
group provides a program of study and dis-
cussion of topics related to the Christian faith
and its relevance to the student's life. Pro-
grams are planned to encourage the expres-
sion of student opinion and concern. During
each quarter a number of programs of a
strictly social and recreational nature are
The opportunity to meet and discuss com-
mon problems with Christian students from
other campuses is provided through a series
of student retreats and conferences on a state,
national and international level.
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Lutheran Student Association
Members of Lutheran Student Association clean up the
kitchen after one of their Sunday evening suppers
Dr. Robert Hitch, Adviser, Mona Livingston, President, Sally Loughrin,
Secretary, Janice VanderVlught, Treasurer, Millicent Howard, Carolyn
PI OMEGA PI
Pi Omega Pi is a National Honorary Business Education
Fraternity. lt was founded on June 'l3, 1923, at Northeast
Missouri State Teachers College with fifteen charter members.
Since then it has grown rapidly.
The fraternity is primarily for undergraduates. On the na-
tional level, its purpose is to establish and direct chapters of
Pi Omega Pi in colleges and universities engaged in business
teacher education. At the chapter level, student members put
into practice the aims of Pi Omega Pi, which are:
T. To create, encourage, promote, and extend interest in
2. To promote the ideal of civic betterment through the
practice of good citizenship.
3. To encourage and promote high ethical standards in
business and professional life.
4. To teach the ideal of service as the basis of worthy
Membership is by invitation, with a minimum requirement of
hours in business and education courses. The members must
have an honor point average in business and education courses
which is at least a 3.00 to be eligible.
Dr. Robert Hitch serves as advisor for Pi Omega Pi
Members discuss future plans for Rho Chi.
Beginning as a local honor so-
ciety at the University of Michigan
in 1908, Rho Chi has now become
the National Honor Society of
Pharmacy with 63 active chapters.
The Ferris chapter, Beta Mu was es-
tablished here in 1955 with the
purpose of promoting the advance-
ment of pharmaceutical science and
the profession of Pharmacy.
Each year the top 20W of the
Senior class having a cumulative
average of 3.00 or better, are in-
vited to become members of Rho
FRONT ROW-Norman C. Dittman, President, Ida M. An- Neumann, Advisor. Robert B. Williams, Daniel R. Simpson,
derson, Vice-PresidentpJohn W. George, Secretary-Treasurer, Joseph W. Vince. BACK ROW-LaVern L. Wilterdink,
Dr. Karlis Kazerovskis, Advisor. ROW TWO-William C. Patrick L. McKercher.
Sunkes, Advisor, Bonnie Weitzel, Sandra Price, Dr. Norwood
Gordon Bradshaw, Gretchen Smith, Royal Hodgkinson, Sandra Martin, President, Rev. Robert
UNITED CHRISTIAN CAMPUS FELLCWSHIP
Members gather at one of the many informal sessions of the
The U.C.C.F., United Christian Campus Fellowship,
is a national religious Fellowship composed of Chris-
tians from the following denominations:
Congregational Christian and Evangelical Reformed
fUnited Church of Christl, Presbyterian, Disciples of
Christ fChurch of Christl, and Evangelical United
Brethren, Society of Friends, Unitarian, Universalists,
fLiberal Churchj and others who are interested in
being a part of the fellowship.
This fellowship meets together to think about prob-
lems that students face and to deepen their spiritual
Wesley Foundation Stresses
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FRONT ROW-Sandra Banfield, Vice-President, William Ritze, Clutter. ROW THREE-Judy Stears, Bruce Hayden, Ruth Perry.
President, Arlene Hammel, Secretary-Treasurer. ROW TWO- ROW FOUR-Gary Micheals, Rev. Carlos Page, Dick Peterson.
Angela Helmbold, Norma Sageman, Barbara Hartley, Maxyne BACK ROW-Donald Ward, Larry Robbins, Douglas Waun.
William Ritze, Larry Robbins, Amy Berean and Ed Marler enjoy working together
on their snow statute.
Wesley Foundation is the student arm of
The Methodist Church on the campus. In a
very significant manner, it is a great new
emphasis of Methodism in the field of religion
in higher education.
The purpose of the Wesley Foundation on
the Ferris campus is to deepen, enrich, and
mature the Christian faith of college men
and women, recognizing that special dis-
ciplines are required in the vocation of being
a Christian student. There is the discipline of
Study, the discipline of Thinking, the disci-
pline of Prayer, and the discipline of Serving.
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FRONT ROW-Judie Babinec, Treasurer, Janet Guillett, Secretary, Carole Green, Vice-
President, Sandy Harwood, President. ROW TWO-Hazel Hilton, Barbara Schaefer, Judy
Stewart, Jean Marshall. BACK ROW- Kathy Cusack, Sue Christensen, Susan Hall.
Susie, Ronnie, and lde decide to avoid demerits by cleaning
their room before room check.
In an effort to provide all resi-
dents an opportunity to voice their
opinions, the women of Clark Hall
combine the efforts of the various
officials to produce a hard-working
dormitory council. Under the leader-
ship of the housemother, Mrs. Mil-
dred Gladstone and the dorm repre-
sentatives, Clark Hall is a pleasant
place to live. Cooperation is tops.
The cooperative leadership of the
242 girls has made it possible for the
dorm to successfully participate in
many campus activities.
FRONT ROW-Linda Filbin, President, Kathryn Allen, Secretary, Barbara Harton, Vice
President. ROW TWO-Mariorie Megowen, Housemotherp Carolyn Dean, Fran Elenbaas,
Thelma Goodsell. BACK ROW-Carol Bell, Julie Hunt.
HELEN FERRIS HALL
The Helen Ferris Dorm Council
promotes, guides and sponsors a
program to provide a wholesome
environment. The members work to
encourage understanding between
dorms, the Administration and the
Student Government. The motivating
force is the student's welfare. With
their help and cooperation, the dorm
residents hold parties, construct
Homecoming displays and erect
snow statues, Helen Ferris welcomes
the opportunity to contribute to the
betterment of Ferris and to act with
other dorms in healthy, mature
Melinda Bendall and Connie Putvin, Pharmacy students, studying into
the wee small hours of the morning.
FRONT ROW-Joan Goldsmith, President, Peggy Mastenbrook, Vice President, Beverly
Noftz, Secretaryp Patricia Anne Brady, Treasurer. ROW TWO- Barbara Beineman, Marsha
Vanover, Kathi Brown, Carole Hudspeth. BACK ROW-Eileen Schmidt, Terri Vorosmarthy,
60 Sandy is lust one of the Ferris coeds who contin-
uously tie up the telephone lines.
An active dormitory council brings to the women of Johnson
Hall a wealth of opportunities for friendship, leadership, and
sportsmanship. The purpose of Johnson Hall Dormitory Coun-
cil is to give the women a feeling of responsibility, good will,
and understanding. These feelings have been exhibited in the
participation of Johnson Hall in Homecoming, open house,
Winter Carnival, and intramural sports.
Although Johnson Hall is the smallest dormitory on campus,
each of the women seem closer to each other, which makes the
dormitory more like a happy family. Mrs. Dutmer, the house-
mother, offers the women helpful guidance and deep under-
FRONT ROW-Kathy Scherrer, Secretary, Linda Snell, Treasurer, Judy Gale, President,
Janice Loughrin, Vice President. BACK ROW- Kay Galetto, Colleen Orris, June Fetter, Sue
Vandercook Dorm Council was established
to lead and serve its women and to give them
the incentive to make it a progressive and co-
This year the women have participated in
such activities as the Homecoming display,
Winter Carnival display, mixers, panel dis-
cussions, inter-dorm competition, and various
The main purpose of this Council has been
to foster among women students, friendship,
happiness, and ci personal sense of responsi-
bility to themselves and Ferris Institute.
Study breaks and birthday parties are numerous in Vandercook
Hall, and help to break the regular routine of studying.
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FRONT ROW-Wayne McElyea, President: Robert Schultz, Vice Presidentg Edward Murtz,
Secretary, John Priester, Treasurer. BACK ROW-Mel McBride, Thomas Wood, E. D.
Heusinkveld, Advisory Linton D. Schopp, Chuck Tufel.
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Constructed in 1954, Masselink Commons is the oldest dor-
mitory on campus. East Masselink houses 244 male students
from every part of Michigan.
Some of the activities the men of East Masselink have en-
tered in are the Homecoming display, snow statue, mixers, and
student-faculty coffee hours. Through the Dorm council the male
residents are governed in a truly democratic fashion. The stu-
dent has an opportunity to take part in the governing ot his
resident house and also serve the Interdormitory Council.
Linen exchange is heartily welcomed by Ferris students
FRONT ROW-Claude Guran President Phillip Benoit Vice President Marvin Hotchkiss Secretary
John Daniels, Treasurer. ROW TWO Manuel Fancher Ted Dznduch Larry Hall Gaylord Oyler
ROW THREE-Peter McGovern Philip Eyer Dale Wlghtman BACK ROW Bob Bartshe Paul Reid
Jerry Falor, David Basset.
Masselink claims distinction as the
"oldest" dormitory on the Ferris
Campus, but West's students carry
on with new ideas. This year the
Dorm Council inaugurated the pres-
entation of Merit Awards to its
honor students at an honors ban-
quet each quarter. Halloween was
celebrated with a "noise fest" in the
dorm which kept the fellows busy til
the goblins left! The invitation dance
in January was a new high in dorm-
itory social lite. These are but a few
of the activities which have made
Masselink West a leader at the
"College of Distinction."
FRONT ROW-Ralph Carley, Secretary: John Kelly, Vice President: Mrs. Lotta MacKintosh,
Housemotherp Ian John Rogosky, President: Richard Peterson, Treasurer. ROW TWO - Dennis
Mountford, Dennis Miller, Arthur Azoian, John Dooley. BACK ROW - Sam Knooihuizen, John
Rust, Dave Jones, William Soul.
e men of Carlisle Hall enioy playing cards during
ent study breaks.
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The men of Carlisle Hall are proud of their
achievements. Proud of the fact that they
are the first dormitory at Ferris to win the
Homecoming Display Trophy for the third
Over-looking the Student Center, the men
of Carlisle are always ready to serve their
school and have served as an inspiration for
Housemother, Mrs. Lotta MacKintosh affec-
tionately known to her boys as Mrs. "Mac"
is always ready to help in any way she can.
FRONT ROW- Ronald Tobias, John Woodburn, Secretary, Dave LaBeau, President, James Hicks.
BACK ROW- Larry Swan, Dale McHinley, Douglas Miller, Larry Lindsley.
Opened in 1957, Hallisy Hall has served as one
of the most distinctive residence halls on the Ferris
Institute campus. The dormitory council of Hallisy Hall
bases its goals on the residents' suggestions and ideas.
Using leadership, friendship, and good sportmanship
as their guides, the members of the Council have
worked diligently to secure the happiness of their new
Guided by the invaluable assistance of Mrs. Sally
Brooks, Housemother, the men of Hallisy continue to
work to keep their dorm among the first on the Fer-
ris Institute dormitory ladder,
Hallisy Hall participates in such campus functions as
Homecoming, intramural sports, open houses, coffee
hours, mixers, and Winter Carnival. For the past five
years it has established itself on the Ferris Institute
Campus as a place where friends are many, and dif-
Mail is one of the best things to brighten up everyone's day,
including these boys of Hallisy.
FRONT ROW--Lyle Erbisch, Treasurer, Robert Miller, President, Gordon Butler, Vice-President, Eric
Schillinger, Secretary. ROW TWO-Al Novoth, Robert Oliver, Joseph Hurd, Harry Tope, Brian
Forster. BACK ROW-Clark Alinder, Bob Spaith, James Gonger, Mike Carpenter, Bruce Kireger.
The "Rock Pug" is an annex of the student center Pug
Dormitory men are proud of the name Mer-
rill Hall and the outstanding individual for
whom it is named, Carl G. Merrill.
Mrs. Blanche Salisbury, new this year, has
proven herself an excellent housemother.
A daily mile walk to class draws Merrill
men closer together-to survive. And from this
togetherness they have achieved a strong
competitive spirit along with good comrad-
FRONT ROW-James Vaught, Secretary, Albert Smith, President, David Topacio, Vice Presi-
dent, Robert Assaley, Treasurer. BACK ROW-Michael Schmidt, Thomas Ryan.
The Travis Dorm Council was established to
guide and serve the men of the dormitory,
and to help further student cooperation. The
council's guidance has made it possible for
the dorm to participate in many different ac-
tivities on campus. The dorm worked on
Homecoming displays, mixers, and Winter
Carnival Activities. Movies were also shown
for the men on campus, Halloween night.
About this time Mom sure would come in handy
Ferris life is not all play, but work too, as these
boys of Travis Hall help each other with home-
Philip McNary, Vice-President, Helen R. Greene Housemother John Riley Treasurer Walter
Brophy Hall, which was dedicated on October 14,
1962, is a symbol of the continued progress of Ferris
Institute. The dorm was named in honor of Byron J.
Brophy, former president of Ferris Institute.
The hall shares Cl ioint lounge and recreation room
with McNerney Hall where the students participate in
dorm functions, such as, mixers, coffee hours, and ex-
change dinners. These activities are planned and
formulated by the Dorm Council under the direction
of Dr. Ronald Taylor, dorm advisory and Mrs. Helen
Greene, house mother of Brophy Hall,
The men of Brophy worked hard to make their Homecoming display a
FRONT ROW- Bruce Gilmore, Treasurer, David Dobbertien, President, Don Thompson, Vice
President: Robert McCready, Secretary. BACK ROW - Robert Bishop, Robert McDowell, Mrs.
Esther Williams, Housemother, Robert Simkin, David Michalski, Jr.
A college education includes discovering the intri-
cacies of on automatic washer.
Being a new dormitory on campus presents many hardships, but, the
men of McNerney Hall have made this a most successful year. Guided
by an enterprising dormitory council, whose leadership has made it
possible for them to participate in the many activities on campus, Mc-
Nerney has been an active participant in campus activities. The unusual-
ly high degree of interest and co-operation exhibited in dormitory pro-
iects such as Homecoming, dedication ceremonies, Winter Carnival, and
the dormitory mixers have rewarded all with a deep spirit of brother-
hood and fellowship.
The beautiful new lounge serves as an excellent place for the men
of McNerney to study.
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Ed and Nancy Perpmh play with their gsug ,er stltutional Relations Department and also as a homemaker.
Diana' as Ed takes time off from Printing uccmon Her husband, Mil, is enrolled at Ferris in General Education.
Campus Heights Provides Collegiate Living
Ken Hinton and wife Barb agree that their young child gives them many happy moments.
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To have a husband doing dishes is considered by
most wives to be a rare occasion. But Ken Briggs
is glad to help out his working wife.
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FRONT ROW-John Woodburn, Secretary, Bruce Woodard,
President: Gordon Butler, Treasurer, Wayne McElyea, Vice-
President. ROW TWO-Joel Hearshen, Barbara Horton, Judy
Gale, Judie Babinec, Patricia Brady, Carole Green, Joan
Goldsmith, Peggy Mastenbrook, Dave LoBeau. ROW THREE-
Phil Benoit, Marvin Hotchkiss, Janice Loughrin, Sandy Har-
wood, Janet Guillett, Beverly Noftz, John Kelly, Linda Snell,
Linda Filbin. ROW FOUR-Bill Gregory, Larry Hall, Claude
Guran, lan John Rogosky, Bob McCready, John Riley, Lailli
Toavola. BACK ROW-Wayne Saunders, Albert Smith, Eric
Schillinger, Robert Miller, Lyle Erbisch, Robert Schultz, Walter
Coe, Philip McNary, Richard Peterson, Bruce Gilmore.
7 Mr George Berry, Director of Housing, his secretary, Theresa
Faust, and Bruce Woodard, Pesident of l.D.C. send out invi-
tations for Parents' Day which l.D.C. sponsors in the spring.
Founded in 1959, the Inter-Dormitory Council has
served as an invaluable aid in providing a nucleus for
determining dormitory functions and policies here at
Ferris Institute. The l.D.C. is an organization which
creates a central meeting place for all dormitories.
Each of the twelve dormitories on the Ferris Insti-
tute Campus, has four elected officers. These four
elected officers are also representatives for their dor-
mitories at the regular l.D.C. meetings. From this body
of representatives to the l.D.C., four officers are
elected, including a President, Vice-President, Secre-
tary, and a Treasurer. Meetings are held every other
Wednesday evening at seven o'clock in the Student
The functions of the l.D.C. are numerous and, in-
deed, varying. From Inter-Dormitory athletic compe-
tition to Coke machines for dormitory lounges, the
l.D.C. provides the resident with a place in which to
voice his criticisms or make his suggestions. Backed by
a strong constitution, and the assistance of advisors
Dean Edwin Heusinkveld, and Miss Nancy Doneth, the
Inter-Dormitory Council has accomplished a great deal
in the past, and will continue to do so in the future.
Bob Miller, President of Merrill Hall, receives trophy from Inter-Dormito
for their winning Christmas Tree Decoration Contest.
dent Spothelt speaks to Ferns students' parents ot the Annuol Parents' Day,
The bi-monthly meetings of I.D.C. aid dorm residents
obtaining better cooperation from their leaders.
The purpose of ull colleges--the
intellectual development of the slu-
dent . . .
ln 1937-38 the library of Ferris Institute was or-
ganized with a professional librarian in charge. With
the support of Frank Johnson of Detroit the library
was recataloged and a new library soon was fur-
Teachers worked in the library and kept it in opera-
tion in addition to their teaching assignments. ln 1946
one trained librarian was hired. This may be con-
trasted to the present staff of seven trained librarians,
two full-time clerks, and fifteen student assistants.
The fire of 1950 completely destroyed the library,
but, like the rest of the college, it was restored and
now stands among the few outstanding small college
libraries in the midwest. Following the fire, the library
was relocated in one of the converted barracks and a
new order of books was placed. Due to the generosity
of the alumni and townspeople over 34,500 was given
for urgently needed reference material. Beginning
with the few books that the barracks held, volumes
presently number over 70,000.
Although the library is housed on the top floor of
the West Building with three reading rooms, confer-
ence rooms, typing rooms, special collections and li-
brarians office on the second floor, additional space,
plus expanded holdings are number one problems.
Chuck Walton uses a reference book.
THE LIBRARY . . . Center of Research
Ron Brown and Chuck Walton use the facilities of the study room.
Staff members of library: Miss Alice Mackey, Mr. Robert Geirman, Miss Janet Rocker, and Mr. Gene
Mrs Goldie Notf Head Librarian
Mr. Anhur H. Croft, accounting instructor, assists students in doing
their practice sets.
Mrs. Donna B. Sams offers advice to students in her office machines class.
Commerce . . . Comprises Many Business Areas
Dr. Stephen J. Turille, Dean of School of Commerce, starts
another busy day.
Dr. Beniamin Thomas serves as both assistant Dean of Commerce and
Business Administration department head.
Dr. David Goodman, head of Secretarial Science,
contemplates another busy day.
The School of Commerce is one of the three original departments of
Ferris institute, It is also the largest school, embracing one third of the
student body. Commerce has enrolled over 1,400 students during the
current year in thirteen separate curricula. Six programs of study lead
to the B.S. degree in Commerce and seven are two-year and one-year
The School prepares accountants, secretaries, business teachers, sales
persons, managers of business establishments, advertising, and related
marketing and retailing employees, business management personnel,
clerical workers, court and conference reporters, stenographers, and
owners and operators of small business establishments. New programs
to meet the modern scientific age are now in the planning stage.
Through the years the School of Commerce has graduated thousands
of competent businessmen and leaders. It looks forward to meeting the
changing needs of a rapidly expanding and increasingly complex busi-
The Dean of the School of Commerce, Dr. S. J. Turille, received his
A.B. degree from Nebraska State College, his M.A. from the University
of Minnesota, and his doctorate from Harvard.
Having held various administrative positions including that of a high
school principal, department head in several colleges and universities,
and director of graduate students of business, Dean Turille has also
served as a professional accountant, a legal secretary, as a professor
of economics, as well as being the author of three textbooks. He was
formerly president of the Virginia Business Teachers Association and re-
cently served as vice president of the Michigan Business Teachers As-
Mr. Richard Howland-head of Marketing Department.
Coordinator for Business Administration C
tive training, Mr. Ralph Alspaugh discusses
application for co-op with one of his students
Mrs Lllycm Alspaugh discusses a scale model with Gordle McCann one of her
Inferior Decorating students.
Sue Sullivan turns in an assignment
Bob Stechschulte works as a student teacher in
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Trade-Technical Teacher Education is a
Bachelor of Science degree program de-
signed to prepare teachers for community
colleges, technical institutes, and training de-
partments of industry.
The present Trade-Technical major areas
of specialization are: Automotive Service,
Heavy Equipment and Diesel Repair, Ma-
chine Tool, Mechanical Drafting, Printing, and
Radio 8g Television Service,
Dr. C. J. Cotrell, Director of Trade-Techni-
cal Teacher Education, received his B.S. de-
gree from Ohio State University, his M.Ed.
from the University of Missouri and his Ph.D.
from Ohio State University.
He has held positions as teacher, co-ordi-
nator, and teacher educator for vocational
industrial education. He has been active in
state and national educational associations
and is presently Secretary-Treasurer of the
National Association of Industrial Teacher
Educators which is affiliated with the Ameri-
can Vocational Association.
Teacher Education Department Offers
The program in Commerce Teacher Educa-
tion permits a student to select a maior and a
minor from the areas of accounting, account-
ing and law, general business, marketing,
and secretarial training. An additional
minor is selected from the following: social
studies, English and literature, and mathe-
matics. Ferris is favorably known for the
many fine business teachers it has prepared
during the past half century.
Dr. Robert L. Hitch, Director of Commerce
Education, holds degrees from Kansas State
College, Colorado State College, and The
University of Wyoming. Prior to coming to
Ferris Institute in 1957, he was for nine years
a member of the faculty at The University of
Wyoming where he developed a graduate
program in the area of business education.
Dr. Hitch is a member of many profes-
sional organizations, some of which are
honorary. He is presently a member of the
Board of Directors of the Michigan Education
Dick Starkey, student teacher in Commerce teaching advises a pup:
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Science Teacher Education is a
Bachelor of Science degree program
to prepare science teachers for
Students in the program may ma-
ior in biology or chemistry. They
spend one quarter of the senior year
student teaching in junior and senior
high schools in Big Rapids and
Dr. Ethelreda Laughlin, Director
of Science Education, received her
A.B. degree from Flora Stone Mother
College and her M.S, and Ph.D de-
grees from the Graduate School of
Western Reserve University.
She has held positions in bio-
chemical research and pharmaceu-
tical industries, and in teaching in
secondary schools, colleges, and
nursing and medical schools.
Bob Robinson, Science Teaching, explains the skeletal structure of a cat
Curricula In Business, Science, and lndustry
Tom Lemlce discusses problems in Commerce Teaching with Dr. Hitch.
The youngest division at Ferris is the Collegiate Technical
Division under the direction of Dean Fred J. Swan. Dean Swan
completed undergraduate work at Illinois State Normal Uni-
versity and graduate studies at Bradley University. Before
coming to Ferris he taught in both high school and college and
served as a State Supervisor with the Illinois State Board of
Education. He was also the president of the Illinois Industrial
Education Association and managing editor of the Illinois Vo-
cational Progress Magazine.
The division presents twelve vocationally-oriented programs
that prepare the student for specific occupations. All except
one of the programs leads to the Associate of Applied Science
Those enrolled in the programs prepare for careers as tech-
nicians in the various fields of medicine, dentistry, public
health, engineering, chemistry, optics, art, library aid, foods,
and beauty culture.
The acceptance into the professional and industrial fields of
graduates from this division is proof enough of the high-caliber
instructional opportunities that are offered.
Collegiate Technical Division Offers
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Instructor Norman Peterson conducts an experiment for
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lectures Jack Boyle, Barry Heilbrun and
James Ganger on the intricacies of large-
scale working operations.
Dr. John Johnson, Assistant to the Dean, helps to
keep things running smoothly in his complex divi-
General Ed ucation Division Offers A
The Starr Educational Building is the center for General Education classroom activities.
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nates the many and diverse activities of his
Born in Superior, Wisconsin, Dr.
James Farrell completed his gradu-
ate studies at the State University of
Iowa, in February, 1949.
Before coming to Ferris in 1958,
he was employed for seven years as
an educator at Air University, Max-
well Air Force Base, Montgomery,
Until 1951, he served three years
as Chairman of Science in the De-
partment of Teaching at the State
College of Iowa.
Students busy at work in the biology research lab prepare for another experiment.
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General education, according to an accepted definition, is "that part
of a student's whole education which looks first of all to his life as a
reasonable human being and citizen." A major iustification for a broad
program of general education lies in the fact that it is necessary for the
educated person to understand and appreciate that body of tradition
which he will inherit, develop, and pass on to others. Such traditions
compose a vital way of life for all of us.
Those fields of the general and liberal studies known as the social
sciences, the biological sciences, the physical sciences, mathematics, and
languages, humanities and arts, together with physical and health edu-
cation, make up the General Education Division. The Division offers both
freshman and sophomore courses, and some iunior and senior courses
which are required in the Bachelor of Science degree programs.
The General Education Division serves several purposes, other than
acting as a service division to the other collegiate divisions at Ferris. A
student may, for example, earn an Associate in Arts degree by com-
pleting satisfactorily two years of study. Also, a student has opportunity
to enroll in one of many pre-professional programs and after a year or
two of study transfer to a baccalaureate degree program at Ferris or
at another college or university.
The student in college cannot know definitely what the future holds
for him. However, he can prepare himself well for successful service in
his chosen profession, and he can prepare himself to live a happy, full
life by selecting his studies carefully so as to become a well-informed
person generally. The General Education Division will help the student
prepare for the achievement of these goals.
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trial Division go over plans for their Division.
Trade and Industrial Division Serves lndustry
Mr. Gordon Bradshaw, printing instructor, works with stu-
dents to set up page for the school newspaper.
Complex machinery provides practical training for Trade and Industrial students.
The division itself provides training in a
number of areas in the industrial field which
require training beyond high school but do
not require four years of college preparation.
The programs are geared to train a person in
specific areas, and also to acquaint him with
the economic and social problems which oper-
ate in the American economy and with cer-
tain legal provisions also pertaining to the
great industrial society in which we live.
Graduates from these various programs are
constantly in demand by the business world,
and students have found it possible to gain
considerable security and comfort through
their having completed training in this divi-
sion at Ferris Institute.
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plains the pulley mechanism to students.
The Specialized Education Division encompasses a
variety of functions-all of them educational in de-
sign, but diverse in content. The divisional departments
and programs include Special Business Skills, Trade
Related Instruction, Tutorial and Remedial services,
Community Adult Education Program, and the College
Providing for the development of vocational com-
petency in business offices is the chief aim of the
Special Business Skills division.
The Related Education program offers those courses
which supplement the programs offered in the Trade
and Industrial division.
As implied by the name, the Tutorial and Remedial
Services Department is designed to provide educa-
tional service for those students who would benefit by
The idea behind the Community Adult Education
Program is to help the citizens of the community who
wish to further their educational background but find
it inconvenient to do so during the day.
Specialized Ed ucation Division
Mrs. Donna Sams instructs her students in the use of the duplicating machine.
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Having an educational back-
ground that includes undergraduate
studies at Hanover College and
Kent State University, Dean Merrill
Murray has received his A.B. and
M.S. degrees from Ball State Teach-
ers College and his Ed.D. degree
from Indiana University. Dean Mur-
ray has been active in all levels of
education which included being a
high school principal and teacher as
well as a counselor. Formerly he di-
rected the activities of the U. S.
schools at Warton-Wood, England.
Immediately prior to his present
position Dr. Murray was Dean of
Students at Tri-State College.
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model of iet which he flies for the United States Air Force.
Provides Varied Terminal Programs
Lyle Brundage, along with Peter Holub, served as Acting Dean while Dr. Murray served
a stint in the armed services.
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in his pharmacy instruction.
The chief function of the School of Pharmacy is to produce compe-
tent, well qualified pharmacists to preserve and protect the health of
the citizens of Michigan.
From 1893 to the present time the School has progressed through a
series of evolutionary changes. Beginning as a preparatory review of a
few weeks duration, the curriculum has been extended to a modernized
five-year program emphasizing both the business aspects of pharmacy
as well as liberal arts subiects. In addition to the excellent opportunities
in the field of retail pharmacy, graduates of the School find excellent
positions in the areas of hospital pharmacy, manufacturing pharmacy,
laboratory research, and pharmaceutical sales.
Pharmacy Extends Unllmlted Opportunities
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Roger Campbell works with molecular scales.
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GENERAL EDUCATION FACULTY
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- Donald Blanding, Mary J. Burch", Lois
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Dacho Dachoff, Mickey Dargitz, Richard
Darmody, Gordon Davis, Burton S. Dow
Stanley S. Driedric, Joseph H. Dugas,
Raymond G. Ebmeier, Cornelius Erin-
gaard, L. Allan Fickes
Lyle E. Fisher, Myles C. Grabau, Her-
bert L. Haney, Robert K. Harry, Peter
Ruth E. Howe, Frank G. Ireland, Fridolf
W. Johnson, Harold C. Knox, Chester
Clarence R. McKinsIry, John F. Mc-
Namara, Malcolm McReynoIds, Frank
J. Marquis, Keiih S. Montgomery
Nicholas Musselman, Joan E. Nelson,
Roy Newlon, Raymond J. O'Dea, Albert
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Norman F. Bennett
Stephen C. Bocskey
Herbert L. Carson
Frank J. Curtis
Hugh C. Griffith
Charles F. Hampton
Glendon L. Hynes
Sam H. Ketchman
Ethelreda R. Laughlin
Norman O. Levardsen
Andrew C. Lindblom
Leon W. Linderoth
Richard H. Lockwood
Gene A. Phillips, Allen Puterbaugh, Al-
fred S. Rigsbee, Dean W. Rumbold,
John E. Russell
Bernard Seifer, Raymond V. Shoberg,
Frederic J. Shreiner, John H. Standen,
John S. Taylor
George H. Wells, Opie H. Wiest, Lane
S. Wilson, William O. Wolfinger, Arthur
Lyle V. Mayer
Walton Piggott Jr
Mildred D. Sandoz
Charles A. Smith
Edward A. Straley
Donald B. Tallman
James M. Wink
Dean R. Winkelman
Shirley M. Young
COLLEGIATE TECHNICAL DIVISION FACULTY
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Patricia Brown, Margaret W. Eller,
Douglas L. Farnham
Boyd C. Halstead, Bernice E. Headings,
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Wayne E. Lesher
John T. Rainey
Phyllis L. Millard
Norman G. Peterson, Jack E. Pierson
John R. Schauble, Grace A. Siebers Q-1'
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W Richard E. Charlton, George T. Dixon
, Esther L. Fellows
David G. Goodman, Robert L. Hitch,
' Richard M. Hull
, Kingsley H. Keiber, Milton J. Kelly,
James K. Kneussl
of , Geraldine T. MacGregor, Stephen J
'A Mueller, Donald A. Nellermoe
Lawrence M. Ozzello, Robert A.
Sprague, James T. Tyree
ll Irene M. Usas, Doris E. Willis
Richard H. Howland Ralph B. Alspaugh
Malcolm E. Lund Arthur H. Croft
Charles A. Mount Jay L. Fennell
Virginia E. Ross Douglas O. Froelich
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Lawrence E. Voss
Lyle D. Brundage, June B. Carr
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Eleanor Charlton, Earle C. Clegg, Norma
Webster Crane, Richard K. Cronk, Lowell
Coston E. Frederick, Guy H. Logroe, R.
Kenneth O. McManis
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY FACULTY
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Clark A. Andreson, LeRoy D. Beltz, Al-
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5, Norwood R. Neumann, Lloyd O Poland
Arthur W. Reid, William C Sunkes
Harry S Swartz
TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL DIVISION FACULTY
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William W. Anderson Harry Bentz
Charles C. Bourland
Gordon L Bradshaw Mathias F. Brejcha,
Robert L Carlson Thomas A. Dougherty
James P Fohey Richard A Hegman
Nelson K Hurst
xif- ' David H. Jones, Roger F. Kennedy
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Robert J. Kirchner, Richard P. Maliszew-
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Herbert A. Parsons
George Nicolas, Arthur J. Oettmefer,
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Robert C. Wenzlaff, Garnet E. Zimmer-
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Calvin J. Cotrell
Thaddeus E. Diebel
Nelson K. Hurst
Norbert E. Libby
John H. Pozniak
Robert L. Severson
James B. Shane
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ready to try themselves in the world
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B. S. Pharmacy
Ida M. Anderson
B. S. Pharmacy
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James C. Ellafrits
B. S. Accounting
Sandra L. Banfield
Grand Blanc, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy
Gwendolyn Sue Hardy
Big Rapids, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy
These pages are dedicated to the thirty-one Ferris
Seniors who have been selected from the Commerce
and Pharmacy Divisions for recognition in "Who's Who
Among Students in American Universities and
Students recognized by this organization each year
are nominated from approximately seven-hundred and
fifty colleges and universities. To receive this high
honor, a student must be a tour-year graduating senior
receiving the baccalaureate degree. Also taken into
consideration by the nominating committee are the
student's scholarship, his participation and leadership
in academic and extra-curricular activities, his citizen-
ship and service to the school, and his promise of fu-
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Karen S. Baumgartner Joan Bode
Manistee, Michigan Howard City, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy B. S. Comm. Teaching
Sharon K. Harkins Gary L. Light
Big Rapids, Michigan St. Johns, Michigan
B. S. Comm. Teaching B. S. Accounting
John J. Biason
St. Clair Shores, Mich.
B. S. Business Adm.
Norman C. Dittman
B. S. Pharmacy
Sally A. Loughrin
B. S. Comm. Teaching
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Thomas L. Thomson
B. S. Business Adm.
Frederick D. Alley
B. S. Marketing
John W. George
B. S. Pharmacy
Thomas D. Price
Big Rapids, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy
Sandra K. Price
B. S. Pharmacy
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Janice L. VanderVlught
B. S. Comm. Teaching
Louis M. Sesti
B. S. Pharmacy
Joseph W. Vince
Big Rapids, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy
Robert H. Bush
B.S. Business Adm.
Michael L. Gordon
B. S. Marketing
Richard J. Rankin, Jr.
B. S. Marketing
Daniel R. Simpson
B. S. Pharmacy
B. S. Accounting
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LaVern L. Wilterdink
B. S. Pharmacy
William Patrick Durbin
B. S. Accounting
Robert J. Pipe
Grand Rapids, Mich.
B. S. Pharmacy
Robert B. Williams
West Branch, Michigan
B. S. Pharmacy
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SENIORS
Donald E. Adamson
Charlene J. Anderson
John E. Ayre
Gerald L. Berkley
Kenneth C. Briggs
Patricia A. Camburn
Gerry A. Colby
William F. Cole
Donald L. Corrigan
Charles E. Cozad
Jerry B. Curlee
Glen W. Curtis
Gary L. Deaner
Wesley G. DeYoung
Christie P. Dobroczynski
Douglas E. Donovan
Robert E. Duncan
Eugene F. Elmer
Jon W. Eshleman
Henry G. Fuhs
Earl R. Hammontree
Thomas C. Hill
Richard W. Horn
Richard F. Hunter
Jeanne C. Johnson
Gerald S. Karnafel
John V. Knapp
Frank J. Kocis
Connie J. Krepps
Joseph S. Kucharslci
Joseph G. LaCombe
Thomas R. Lane
Thomas F. Lange
Charles E. Lippert
John E. Lower
William M. Morris
William J. Mueller
Tamra A. Noreen
Edwin J. Novak
Fred N. Perelmutter
Raymond J. Pershing
Ronald M. Petre
David J. Pilon
Harvey H. Pollard
William S. Pratt
Thomas D. Price
Charles R. Przekop
Robert l.. Riker
Ned T. Robinson
William A. Ruhl
Rene A. Savoie
Donald F. Schultz
X ,X A Roy E. Seyffert
Gerald H. Shepard
Patrick J. Sheridan
Ronald L. Stewart
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John G. Studt
James R. Tabor
Alfred E. Taylor
Ward T. Walter
Kay F. Warner
David J. Watt
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE SENIORS
11 A s Bernard K. Ackerman
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Raymond L. Batson
Kathleen S. Bebow
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Charles M. Behnlce
John A. Bettega
Raymond A. Bewak
Gerald J. Billiet
Michael J. Birkmeier
Michael C. Bohnet
Barrel J. Boogerd
Daryl C. Borst
Rodney E. Boulanger
James J. Bruhn
Robert W. Cooke
James A. Corliss
James J. D'Antonio
Arthur L. Dickerson
Harold D. Dore
Martha M. Doss
Carole A. Ellison
Devere C. Engelhardt
Gerald C. Erickson
Karen A. Erickson
Gerald A. Faloon
Sherlyn G. Fetterman
Carol J. Fitch
Jerry L. Ford
Richard O. Gilbert
John P. Goetcheus
James A. Gosseft
Bruce A. Gulliver
Arlene F. Hammel
Jack K. Harner
Gary W. Helmkamp
Clayton S. Hexton, Jr.
Lyle D. Hochman
Lester R. Hoth
Daniel E. Houle
Roger L. Huls
Julie A. Hunt
Carol J. Kaluz
Constance K. Kcirpinski
Paul D. Karr
Kenneth L. Karsten
Gary R. Kaunitz
Sandra K. Kent
Stephen R. Kitchens
Henry A. Kovinsky
Fredrick W. Kracker
Ervin D. Levandowski
Charlotte A. Linabery
Robert P. Luckey
Allen E. MacDonald
Richard A. Malmstrom
Carolyn S, Marcinkewciz
Carol L. McKim
Douglas A. Maring
Joseph P. Marsey
Leslie G. Matthews
Larry W. Morgan
Arlene G. Nelson
Joseph P. Nespodzany
Terry C. Nyman
Stuart A. Oosting
John A. Ostling
Bernard A. Ott
Curtis M. Palmer
John A. Pawlowski
Robert A. Peirce
Howard G. Peters
Karen L. Pickens
Carl R. Polenz
James L. Potter
Janet M. Prunkard
Sara E. Pullis
Edward A. Quenby
Donald P. Raisig
James W. Reeser
Robert S. Robinson, Jr
Richard N. Rogers
James W. Roy
Allen C. Rubin
Lewis E. Ruddock, Jr.
Marca A. Russell
David E. Rundquist
Donald J. Sagorski
Charles A. Sarlund
Ronald A. Sieb
Harold R. Simmons
Eileen A. Smentek
Max E. Smith
Steven E. Smith
Charles T. Snyder
Richard D. Starkey
John M. Starr, Jr.
John P. Sterk
David A. Stewart
Janet M. Strom
Boyd P. Swan
Paul R. Szatkowski
Ronald W. Taepke
Larry J. Tiecleman
Dana M. Towns
Arlene E. Tribble
Virginia A. VanRaalte
Michael P. Vlailcov
Gerald J. Walker
Carol A. Weitzel
Dell J. Weitzel
Warren R. Wells
Dennis P. Wenzel
Betty L. Wilder
Stephen L. Wonders
Gerald L. Woodring
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TECHNICAL DIVISION SENIORS
Wanda M. Allen 4- . v
Neil R. Anderson
Mary-Jo Clapsaclle 4?
Diane L. Cole -
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Carol A. Bloomfield r
Peggy A. Caster
Karen K. Culver
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James R. Dean
Janet M. Ellickson I
Janet L. Bradley
Sandra L. Buresh
James D. Eriksen
Mary A, Foertsch
Marshall J. Carr
Terry M. Cessna
James G. Fowler
Nancy J. Frumke
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Mary J. Greenman
Christine A. Greenwood
Fred P. Guilmette
Sandra J. Harwood
Phyllis E. Haselby
Donald N. Hobley
Yvonne H. Hoekstra
Barbara M. Horan
Loretta J. Jeske
Jerry R. Jones
Carl P. Kennedy
Leonard L. Kizer
Dorothy J. Knapp
Susan R. Kutsclwinslci
Dennis J. LaFaive
Lois E. Lancaster
Linda L. Larsen
Franklin M. Lovse
Gladys A. Luikis
Paula R. Lundquisr
P. Dae MacPherson
Karen K. Madsen
Sally J. Mankowski
Marilyn R. McLean
Mary J. Miller
Stanley A. Montague
Dan A. Nearhood
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Suzanne N. Powell
William R. Powers
Karen L. Ramsey
Karen J. Reid
Diane A. Ritzler
Joan C. Roberts
Maureen M. Robinson
Albert G. Russell
Diane M. Schafer
Stephen J. Sietsema
Sylvia R. Smith
Sylvia T. Sneve
LeRoy T. Soderquist
Kay E. Sprowl
Jeanine M. Stenseng
Bonnie J. Stoeffler
Joyce E. Stout
Susan L. Sullivan
Sharon M. Swathwood
Jaquelyn J. Terry
Thomas R. Thompson
Carol K. Triick
Sally L. Vader
Phillip E. Vannoy
Marilyn Y. Wendt
Ann V. Weston
Thomas G. Wilkins
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Sharon M. Young fy
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Peter J. Albertson
Jeffrey L. Anderson
Richord B. Gildea
Thomas J. Grant
Kent D. Ash
John C. Bauman
Gordon G. Henry
John R. Hines
Jerry L. Bilton "" A
Nowell T. Box
Ronolcl N. Hoffman
Rex E. Holbert
Keith A. Clarke
Russell R. DeBolt
Robert C. Hull
Bruce W. Huster
Ronald J. DeVries
Thomas A. Eriksen
Peter Krumrey , ,,
Phillip J. Lapekos
Jerry E. Mczring
Erik F. Olson
Philip C. Potfengcile
Roymod P. Polidori
Roy S. Rhein
Alun S. Robinson
Roger L. Tait
Elber H. Thomas
Fred A. Vcmderweide "T
Wayne A. Vonhouten
Vicior C. Wenzluff
Paul A. Wieringa
Dale L. Wighfmon
Moc D. Williams
James T. Ziegler
GENERAL EDUCATION DIVISION SENIORS
Phyllis J. Dyer
Robert F. Erbel
Mory E. Long
Jeanne L. Parnell xg
Lyle F. Erbisch
Sharon L. LeTissier
Betty A. Rudosa ' ggi
Robert L. Wimmer
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Putrlclcl A Clorlc
Mary K Colby
Helen M Hyder
Kathleen A Morey
Goal L Siegel
Lynne C Taylor
TRADE TECHNICAL TEACHING SENIORS
Lawrence E Molllck
William H. Brown
John W. Cron
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Swells Ferris Total to 4200
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Allen, Kathryn Allen, Roger Allen, Bruce
Robert Alm, Mark Ankarberg, Thomas
Arcy, Patricia Ardouin, Linda Asmus,
Michael Atkinson, Sheryl Avis, Dennis Ax,
Ken Babic, William Bachi, Robert Bagby
Elizabeth Baker, Michael Baker, Donald
Banks, Mollie Barkey, Richard Barnard,
Bonnie Jean Baugh, Bob Bazzett, Ken-
neth Beach, Connie Beard, Paul Beck,
Clyde Bedenbaugh, Luanne Begley, Carol
Bell, Pat Benacquisto, Melinda Bendall,
Every trip home involves problems of
Jim Blair, Jay Boehme, Welly Bonsecours,
Thomas Blair, Frank Blae, Gary Bona-
Sandy Bontekoe, James Booth, Ann Bos,
Donald Bosco, Felix Bosco, Jerry Bouwens
Nelson Boven, Denny Bowersox, J u l i e
Bowles, Mary Ann Bowles, Lee Bowmar,
Clarence Bradley, Gordon Bradshaw,
Betty Brand, Mary Breimayer, T. K.
Brettschnei der, Karyl Brewer
Mary Bricker, Donna Brindley, Dana
Brothers, Kathi Brown, Janice Brown,
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tion for the Homecoming activities.
Gordon Butler, Booker Butts, Manuel
Butzow, Larry Cable, John Cain, Les
Douglas Call, Kathleen Callaghan, Chris-
tine Campagna, Pat Campbell, Roger
Campbell, Vince Candela
Ronald Capizzi, Mike Carpenter, Janice
Carter, Kathie Cartwright, Pat Chaffin,
Jesse Chapin, Cheryl Chase, Linda
Chavez, Gary Chisholm, Susan Christen-
sen, Stan Chodin
Robert Christie, Ronald Churchill, Janet
Clark, Gary Clement, Sue Cline, James
Maxine Clutter, Kathleen Coard, James
Coats, William Coffey, David Cole,
Gary Collins, Bob Collison, John Combs,
Carol Conarton, George Condash, Mary
Christina Copp, Dave Corbett, Doug
Corner, Jerry Christner, James Corson,
Diane Courey, Linda Cox, Dan Cramp-
ton, Allen Crise, John Criddle, Phil
Judy Culbert, Margo Culver, Alice Czost-
kowski, Sue Daggett, Alton Davidson,
The lslanclers-Bill Barry, Don Schultz, and Ken
Grunst-entertain at Homecoming.
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Thomas Farrar, Karen Farver
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Faye Deytshe, lva DeYoung, Deffrey
Dibble, Gary Dickerson, Yvonne Dins-
dale, Hillard Diveto
Davis Dobberfien, George Doubles,
Patricia Dyle, York Drexler, Judy Dui-
cher, Shirley Dworkin
Gordon Dye, Robert Dyksira, Marlene
Eason, Harold Eaton, Larry Eaton, Jos-
David Eck, Gerald Eckerd, Clayion Ed-
munds, Linda Edmundson, Doris Ehren-
berg, Sandra Eisman
Fran Elenbaas, Roger Elkins, Phillip
Ellis, Sandy Elo, lvan Ely, Terry Ely
The classroom-ihe backbone of Ferris.
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lights of the Homecoming Eve festivities.
Brian Forster, Robert Foster, David Foutz,
Nancy Framke, Rex Francis, Tony Francik
Michaelyn Frang, Ben Franklin, Evelyn
Freshour, Judy Fuller, Judy Gale, Diana
James Ganger, Olivia Gardner, Sue Gar-
rett, Dunbar Gibson, Richard Gifford,
Joan Gillespie, Robert Gleason, Jerry
Glidewell, Robert Glossinger, Gary
Goad, Kirby Gooding
Joan Goudreau, Lawrence Goulson, Dan-
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Joe Fischer, Richard Fisher ' QQ
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ox roast to welcome back Ferris students and
Edward Haiek, Tom Hahn, Karl Haiser,
Larry Hall, Susan Hall, Betti Jo Hamble
Willis Hankins, Joseph Haney, Robert
Hannah, Mary Sue Hanneman, Carl
Hansen, Judy Hansen
Jeff Hanson, Cheryl Harbaugh, Dennis
Harden, Janice Hardies, Gaylord Har-
rington, Judy Hart
Clifford Harter, Barbara Hartley, Joan
Hasty, Darlene Hatfield, Colin Hayward,
Mike Heckathorn, Terry Hegle, Carole
Heliste, Robert Hellner, Angela Halm-
bold, Dave Hemela
William Hemingway, Carolyn Henderson,
Pierre Henderson, Shirley Henderson,
Robert Hendricks, William Henne
Wes Henry, Mary Ann Herkelrath, Bar-
bara Herrick, Henry Herrman, Dorothy
Heuzenga, Holly Hicks
James Hicks, Richard Hicks, Elmer Hill,
John Hill, Robert Hillsenhoff, Jeffrey Hin-
John Hoard, Paul Hocking, Virginia
Hodges, Royal Hodgkinson, Kathy Hoed-
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Jacoby, Robert Jana, James Janicki, Le-
Julie Jensen, Bruce Johnson, Dove John-
son, Dean Johnson, Steve Johnson, David
Jennifer Jones, Robert Jones, Ken Kacy,
Gary Kaiser, Peggy Kaluz, Karen Karlsen
Robert Karlson, William Kanicki, Bar-
bara Karp, Tina Kasten, Garth Kear,
Tim Kelly, Jeanne Kemble, Vernon Ken-
nett, Robert Kenyon, Mary Jane Kerr,
Larry Morgan leads cheers at Homecoming Eve
The tug-of-war . . .
Robert Kretchmer, Robert Krueger, Ken-
nis Krusniak, Tom Kubeslesky, Ronald
Kulhanek, Edward Kushion
Tom Lafferty, Shirley Lamoreaux, Larry
Lamparski, Michael Lara, Paul Larke,
Kurt Laske, Larry Latra, Richard Lech-
Ieitner, Sandra Lever, Edith Lewicki,
Linda Lickert, Nancy Lickert, Ronald
Linkfield, Carl Linnemeyer, Terry Lint,
Drake Lochmiller, John Logan, Susan
Long, Don Lorenz, Craig Loudat, Leonard
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Carole Mclntosh, Dale McKinley, Jud
McKinley, JoAnne McLain, Charles Mc-
Lanis, Carolyn McNitt
Keith MacDonald, William MacDonald,
Dae MacPherson, John Mahan, lnge
Maier, Lawrie Manning
Douglas Manwaring, Margaret Marble,
Margaret Marsh, Wallace Marsh, Lilly
Mae Mason, Carol Massey
James Matthews, John Matus, Frank
Meier, Fredrick Melville, Edward Mer-
chant, David Menges
Lea Menko, Frederick Mergos, Edward
Merfz, Edwin Metcalf, Eugene Meyer,
Sylvia Meyer, Dick Michaels, Victor
Michaels, Ron Michelson, Robert Middle-
ton, Ronald Mikat
Dennis Miller, Don Miller, Guy Miller,
Mary Miller, Raymond Miller, Robert Mil-
Susan Marie Miller, William Miller,
James Millman, Joseph Minelli, John
Mitchell, Sandra Mock
Dave Moiles, Lee Monroe, Wayn e
Montgomery, Doc Moore, Robert Moore,
Rick Morrow, Mae Mosely, Sue Mosely,
Marion Motry, Vasile Muiat, John Muren
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Myrna Muscott, Daniel Myers
Alberta Nabozny, Delores Nahabetian
John Naylor, Robert Neal
David Nelson, Deems Nelson
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Richard Palmer, Clarence Parks
Robert Paull, Carl Paul
Dale Paulson, Mary Jean Peale
Elliott Pearce, Daniel Pearson
Nick Nelson, Walter Nelson, James
Nemechek, Richard Neuenschwander,
Glen Neville, Judy Newell
Don Newman, Don Nielson, Mary Jo
Nieman, Pat Noll, Nancy Noreen, Eu-
John Odbert, Charlene Oleson, Connie
Olkowski, Dave Olson, Robert Olsze,
Raymond Osburn, Anthony Osler, Jr.,
Robert Ossmann, Nancy Ostling, Law-
rence Ostrow, John Otto
Earl Overbeek, Dale Overway, Gaylord
Oyler, Gerald Pachla, Ronda Paliias,
Ferris cheerleaders team together to
root for another win.
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Donald Pillen, Thomas Pinard, Ja mes
Pinkerton, Sandi Platt, Douglas Pointer,
Peggy Porter, Eugene Pofzger, Robert
Pringle, Karon Purdy, Robert Quade,
Dick Radeka, Louis Ramsdell, Thomas
Rang, Jeanne Rasmussen, Susan Rayce,
Marland Ream, James Reed, Joan Reed,
Walter Reed, Paula Rees, Ken Redmond
William Reilly, Jil Reister, Carl Reuter-
dahl, Douglas Rice, Cheryl Richards,
These students enioy the breaks between
Dorothy Rose, Lee Ross, Margaret Ross,
Randy Rottschafer, Chuck Rowe, James
John Rust, Cledous Saftold, Norma Sage-
man, Kenneth Sahlin, Michael Salhaney,
Grant Santimore, Roger Scholten, Nancy
Schopp, Ervin Schuette, John Schultz,
Fred Schuring, Edwin Scott, George
Scott, Ron Scott, Sheila Scott, Tamara
Shirley Sebright, Mike Secory, Terry
Sehl, Melvin Seiter, Doris Sottelmeier,
Fred Scarpace, Phillip Schade, Nancy
Schell, Eileen Schmidt, Gary Schmidt,
Lynn Sharp, .lo Ann Shashaguay, Kath-
leen Show, Kathleen Shaw, Richard
Shaw, Ronald Sherman, Al Shoumer
Calvin Shuster, Joseph Siemiantkowski,
Cynthia Siemen, Sandy Simen, Larry
Simington, Bob Simkin
Gordon Slater, Connie Smith, Daryl
Smith, James Smith, Jill Smith, JoAnne
Richard Smith, Wanita Smith, Rebekah
Smithson, Bob Snaith, Linda Snell,
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Steve Spelker, Harry Spencer
Larry Staffen, Sue Stahlin
Jon Stamats, Terrel Stanton
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,gg Yvonne Thurmond, Sharon Tiedeman
Carol Tippett, Judy Tnppelt
' Bill Tripp, David Topacio
Kappa Psi fights to win Homecoming log
Roland VandenHeuvel, Dries VanderPop-
pen, Mel VanHouten, Marilyn VanNord,
Marsha Vanover, Dave Vonsolkema
Robert Varconie, William Verhulst, Anne
Vermeulen, Robert Vince, Nancy Vining,
Gerlinde Wagg, Dale Wagner, Jerry
Wagner, Nancy Walker, Barb Walking-
ton, Jim Wallace
Patricia Walling, John Wallsteadt, Janet
Walter, Thomas Walton, Jack Warder,
David Washburn, Larry Westley, Emery
Welsh, Marvin -Wheeler, Tom Whiting,
Kenneth Towns, John Trestrail
Gerald Troupe, Rene Turner
Arnold Turner, Irene Ulrich
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Robert Wilczynslci, Judith Wilkie
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Ken Williams, Darrell Wilson, Judith A.
Wilson, Judith G. Wilson, Cherilynn
Winters, John Wischman
Steve Wissink, Terry Woldring, Karen
Wollmartz, Daniel Wolma, Phillip Wol-
ters, Thomas Wood
Sue Woodard, Ruth Woodland, Ellen
Jean Woods, George Woods, Janet
Woods, Ruth Woods
Harvey Woolhiser, Stanley Worrell, Joe
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Karol Yeasley, Carl Young, Phil Young,
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Student Center Building Ferris Institu
Accounting Club 138
Associated Women Students 60,61
lpha Phi Beta 92,93
Alpha Phi Omega 128
Alpha Psi Omega 67
American Pharmaceutical Associa-
B'nai lsreal 141
Calvinist Club 144
Canterbury Club 145
Delta Sigma Phi 74,75
Delta Sigma Pi 132,133
Delta Zeta aa,e9
Aageson, Judy 90,91,98,99,143,148,
Abraham, Joe 223
Ackerman, Bernard 62,212
Adams, Chris 62,223
Adamson, Donald 76,143,210
Agans, Jo 63
Aho, Sharon 16,113
Albertson, Dan 76,143
Albertson, Peter 220
Alboard, Sharon 142
Alderton, Dave 145
Alflen, Kenneth 223
Alinder, Clark 48,168,223
Allen, Dick 76
Allen, Donna 88,223
Allen, Kathryn 223
Allen, Roger 223
Allen, Wanda 48,217
Alleshouse, Robert 212
Alley, Fred 80
Alm, Robert 223
Alvard, Sharon 90,91,99,148,149
Anderson, Jim 46
Anderson, Neil 217
Andreson, Dick 132
Ankarberg, Mark 223
Ankaberg, Robert 147
Antonini, Richard 132
Arcy, Thomas 223
Ardouin, Patricia 223
Ash, Kent 220
asmus, Linda 223
splund, Grace 62
Asplund, Virgil 223
Assaley, Robert 169
Atherhoult, Joe Ann 20
tkins, Barbara 53
tkinson, Michael 223
verill, Jeffrey 46,47,84
vis, Sheryl 223
volio, Don 84
yre, John 210
x, Dennis 138,223
zoian, Arthur 132,166
aas, Patricia 212
abic, Ken 223
abinec, Judie 92,158,174
achi, William 223
acon, Carol 24
ackoff, Richard 82,96
agby, Robert 223
agley, Jan 19
ahr, Theodore 72,73
aker, Betsey 67,223
all, Patricia 212
Femme Fatale 148,149
Ferris Christian Fellowship 140
Ferris Dames 134,135
Future Secretaries Association 139
Gamma Delta 146
Highway Tech Club 150
Interdormitory Council 174,175
Intertraternity- Council 98,99
Kappa P si 78,79
Lambda Chi Alpha 80,81
Lambda Kappa Sigma 90,91
Lutheran Student Association 157
Bantield, Sandra 142,155,208
Banks, Donald 223
Barbour, Endia 90,91,142
Barkey, Mollie 223
Barnard, Richard 223
Barnet, Joe 115,118,119
Barrick, Rap 102
Bartshe, Bob 165
Bates, Carol 48
Batson, Raymond 138,212
Baugh, Bonnie Jean 223
Bauman, John 162,220
Bauman, Richard 82,83
Baumgartner, Karen 90,143,208
Baumgartner, Paul 223
Baxter, Ken 115,118,119
Bazzett, Bob 115,119,223
Beaudette, Sandra 90
Bebow, Kathleen 212
Beck, Paul 223
Becksvoort, Terry 223
Bedenbaugh, Clyde 223
Beach, Kenneth 223
Bean, Carolyn 143
Beard, Connie 223
Bedenbaugh, Clyde 106
Begley, Luanne 10,12,14,223
Behnke, Charles 212
Beinarowitsch, Gisela 50,51
Bell, Carol 223
Benacquisto, Pat 223
Bendall, Melinda 90,9l,148,149,223
Bendenbaugh, Clyde 110
Benham, Charlene 223
Benjamin, Linda 224
Bennett, Robert 224
Benoit, Phillip 165,174,217
Benson, Jerry 146
Berean, Amy Lou 139,155
Berent, Mel 73,96,147
Bergh, Judy 90,91,148,149
Berkley, Gerald 210
Berkley, Leon 76,143
Berridge, Don 224
Bettega, John 62,212
Bewak, Ray 46,82,128,213
Biason, John 82,208,225
Billiet, Gerald 84,213
Billiu, Carter 67,84,224
Bilton, Jerry 120,220
Bingan, Sheryl 148
Birdsall, Sue 224
Birkmeier, Michael 82,213
Bishop, John 224
Bishop, Robert 171
Bismack, Charles 224
Blackburn, Robert 46,67,82
Blair, Jim 224
Blair, Thomas 224
Bloe, Frank 224
Bloomfield, Carol 217
Marketing Club 126,127
Newman Club 136,137
PanHellenic Council 98,99
Phi Delta Chi 76,77
Pi Kappa Delta 63
Pi omega Pi 152
Rho Chi 153
Sigma Alpha Delta 70,71
Sigma Alpha Mu 72,73
Sigma Phi Epsilon 82,83
Ski Club 129
Student Center Board 46,47
Student Government 50,51
Blumenthal, Evelyn 141
Bock, Jim 76,143
Bode, Joan 62,88,89,208
Boehme, Jay 224
Bogard, Ken 76
Bohm, Judy 139
Bohnet, Michael 115,118,213
Bolden, Ronald 128
Bollink, Rod 102
B0lfh0uSe, Nelva 217
Bonaventura, Gary 224
Bonsecours, Ginny 139
Bonsecours, Welly 80,224
Bontekoe, Sandra 114,224
Boogerd, Bartel 138,144,213
Boogerd, Mazie 14-4
Boot, Leonard 130
Booth. James 224
Borst, Daryl 213
Bos, Ann 93,224
Bosco, Donald 48,224
Bosco, Felix 224
Bosman, Marguerite 217
Bosman, Paul 144
Boulanger, Rodney 132,213
Bouwens, Jerry 78,224
Bouwman, Thomas 130
Boven, Nelson 224
Bowersox, Denny 80,224
Bowles, Julie 224
Bowles, Mary Ann 224
Bowmar, Lee 224
Box, Nowell 220
Boyd, Bill 80
Boyd, Sue 145
Boyden, Theodore 132,138
Boyle, Jack 168
Boynton, Ivan 70,224
Bradley, Clarence 224
Bradley, Janet 92,93,217
Brady, Patricia 174
Bramer, Mary Anne 91
Brand, Betty 224
Brannstrom, Delbert 70
Brant, Nancy 163
Brasington, Wanda 55
Brazis, Don 84,96
Breimayer, Mary 224
Brettschneider, Terry 67,71,224
Brewer, Karyl 224
Bricker, Mary 224
Briggs, Kenneth 78,155,173,210
Brlndley, Donna 224
Bringedahl, Dewey 143,210
Brinkman, Alan 82
Britt, Dee 16,86,113
Brothers, Dana 224
Brovege, Bob 19,46,47,82
Brown, Eon 102
Brown, Janice 224
Student National Education Associa
Tau Kappa Epsilon 95,96
Theta Tau Omega 86,87
Theta Xi 84,85
Trade and Industrial Service Organ
United Christian Campus Fellow
Varsity Club 131
Wesley Foundation 155
Brown, Joyce 139,224
Brown, Kathi 86,148,224
Brown, Richard 74
Brown, Robert 74,1 15,131
Brown, Ron 178
Brown, William 74
Brauhner, Tom 82,142
Bruhn, James 213
Bruhn, Joe 82
Brunk, Phillip 224
Bruzewski, Karolee 93
Bryant, Jim 225
Buckholz, Barbara 225
Buckmaster, Bob 225
Buckstiegel, Dick 48,225
Bunting, Larry 225
Buresh, Sandra 217
Burke, Marge 225
Burmeister, Sharon 225
Burnett, Jacquelyn 90,91,143
Burns, Michael 62,225
Burns, Nick 225
Burns, Richard 67
Busch, Anne 86
Busch, John 84
Busch, John 84
Busch, Tom 82
Bush, Bob 50
Butler, Gordon 168,174,225
Butler, Ron 102,131
Butts, Brooker 115,225
Butzow, Manuel 76,143,225
Buys, Craid 82
Cable, Larry 225
Caddy, Shirley 88
Cain, John 225
Caldwell, Les 225
Call, Bernie 115,119
Call, Douglas 115,225
Callaghan, Kathleen 225
Camburn, Patricia 210
Camp, Tony 143
Campagna, Christine 225
Campbell, Linda 53
Campbell, Pat 225
Campbell, Roger 198,225
Campo, Tony 76,96
Candella, Vince 225
Capizzi, Ron 48,225
Curley, Ralph 166
Carpenter, Mike 168,225
Carr, Marshall 80,217
Carr, Sandy 72
Corrigan, Kay 113
Carrigan, Mike 82
Carter, Janice 225
Cartwright, Kathie 62,225
Case, Jim 89
Chaftin, Pat 106
Chapin, Jerry 225
Chapin, Jesse 225
Chapple, Fritz 80
Chatham, Edmund 80
Chavez, Linda 24,225
Chisholm, Gary 225
Chodin, Stan 94,225
Christensen, Susan 20,158,225
Christenson, Jim 94
Christie, Robert 225
Christner, Jerry 225
Churchill, Ronald 102,225
Clapsadle, Mary-Jo 53,217
Clark, Gary 150
Clark, Janet 225
Clark, Patricia 222
Clarke, Keith 220
Clay, William 94
Clement, Gary 95,225
Cline, Sue 225
Clutter, James 225
Clutter, Maxine 155,226
Clutts, Thomas 78
Coard, Kathleen 226
Coates, Pam 139,145
Coats, James 226
Cobdell, Wayne 115
Coe, Walter 170,174
Coffey, William 226
Colby, Gerry 82,210
Colby, Mary 222
Cole, David 196,226
Cole, Diane 86,217
Cole, William 210
Coleman, Richard 226
Collins, Gary 226
Collins, Robert 48
Collison, Bob 226
Combs, John 226
Conarton, Carol 226
Condash, George 84,226
Connin, Mary 226
Conrad, Tom 130
Cook, Richard 80
Cooke, Robert 145,213
Cookson, Lee 78,79,143
Cooper, Larry 106,109
COPP, Christina 226
Corbett, Dave 78,226
Corliss, James 213
Corner, Doug 226
Corrigan, Donald 143,210
Carson, James 226
Coster, Peggy 217
Cote, Bruce 94,226
Courey, Diane 226
Cowan, Stuart 130
Cox, Linda 148,226
Cozad, Charles 76,210
Crampton, Dan 80,127,226
Crompton, Ron 128
Crandall, Mickey 145
Criddle, John 226
Crise, Allen 226
Critchell, William 70
Cron, John 222
Crookshank, Phil 130,226
Culbert, Judy 226
Cummings, Michael 84
Daggert, Sue 226
Dalby, Nancy 13
Daniels, John 165
D'Antonio, James 132,213
Davidson, Alton 226
Davidson, Bill 78,142,226
Davis, Dick 82
Davis, Frank 102,131
Davidson, Susie 226
Dean, Carolyn 226
Dean, James 80,217
Deans, David 226
DeBois, Ronald 70
DeBolt, Russell 220
Debree, Lorraine 226
Deffrey, Dibble 227
Degner, Gary 84
DeJong, Jerry 130
Delaney, Dave 226
Delong, Donald 226
Demo, Dennis 226
Denihan, Kathy 86
Dennis, Tom 50,51,80
Dent, Merle 226
Desy, Roxie 90,91
Deupree, Jean 90,142,226
Deutch, Faye 141
Devries, Ronald 144,220
DeWeerd, Terry 20,132
DeYoung, Iva 227
DeYoung, Wesley 76,143,210
Deytshe, Faye 227
Dickerson, Arthur 62,213
Dillon, Dennis 63
Dillon, Susan 139,213
Dinsdale, Yvonne 227
Dittman, Norma 142,153,208
Diveto, Hillard 227
Dobbertien, David 171,227
Dobroczynski, Chris 90,210
Dobroczynski, Dan 80,102,109,131
Donovan, Dauglas 76,210
Dooley, John 94,96,166
Dore, Harold 132,138,213
Doss, Martha 139,213
Dostal, John 143
Doster, John 115
Doubles, George 227
Doy, Douglas 138
Dresback, Dave 82
Dressing, Jerry 115
Drexler, York 227
Dukarsky, William 220
Duncan, Robert 210
Durbin, Bill 132
Dutcher, Judy 227
Dworkin, Shirley 227
Dye, Gordon 106,227
Dyer, Phyllis 221
Dyle, Patricia 227
Dykstra, Barbara 86,87
Dykstra, Robert 80,227
Dziduch, Ted 165
Eason, Marlene 227
Eaton, Harold 227
EauClaire, Joseph 227
Ebmeier, Angie 146
Eby, Bill 84
Eck, David 227
Eckerd, Gerald 147,227
Edmunds, Clayton 227
Edmundson, Linda 227
Edwards, Tom 128
Ehrenberg, Doris 227
Eisman, Sandra 227
Elenbaas, Fran 227
Elkins, Roger 227
Ellafrits, James 132,208
Ellickson, Janet 217
Ellis, Phillip 227
Ellison, Carole 213
Elmer, Eugene 70,210
Elo, Sandy 227
Eisner, Ralph 146
Ely, Ivan 115,227
Ely, Terry 227
Emery, Kenneth 70
Emmons, Jane 227
Engelhardt, Devere 213
Ennes, Margaret 142
Erbel, Robert 221
Erbish, Lyle 168,174,221
Erdman, Sandy 227
Erickson, Gerald 46,47,50,132,213
Erickson, Karen 47,88,98,2Ll3
Eriksen, James 150,217
Eriksen, Thomas 220
Eshelman, Cliff 82,162
Eshleman, Jon 74,143,210
Estree, Kaye 227
Evans, Bob 94
Exum, James 70
Eyre, Phil 74,165
Fairchild, Vivan 227
Faloon, Gerald 213
Falor, Jerry 102,115,131,165
Fancher, Manuel 165,227
Farhat, Phil 94
Farrar, Thomas 227
Farver, Karen 227
Fatum, Diane 227
Fay, Gary 82
Featherly, Robert 48
Felkers, Uldis 106,109
Fetterman, Sherlyn 132,213
Field, Bruce 228
Field, Fred 84
Field, Leonard 228
Fife, James 76,142
Filbin, Linda 174
Finedell, Sally 228
Fingeld, Mary 148
Fischer, Jim 94
Fischer, Joe 228
Fisher, Richard 228
Fitch, Carol 90,138,213
Fitzgerald, Jim 80,115,118,131
Fix, Ronald 80
Flynn, Mike 80,228
Foertsch, Mary 217
Foley, Adrienne 228
Foley, Mike 82,228
Folmar, Leonard 131
Foon, Irving 72
Ford, Donald 63
Ford, Jerry 84,213
Forman, Bruce 228
Forster, Brian 168,228
Foster, Robert 228
Foutz, David 228
Fowler, James 217
Fowler, Robert 70,96
Framke, Nancy 217,228
Francik, Tony 228
Francis, Rex 228
Francik, Tony 228
Frang, Michaelyn 228
Franklin, Ben 228
Franklin, Ken 74,120,122
Freshour, Judy 228
Frohm, Robert 138
Fuhs, Henry 76,77,143,210
Gale, Judy 174,228
Gallt, Diane 228
Ganger, James 168,186,228
Gardner, Olivia 228
Garov, Clifford 96
Garret, Sue 228
Gastfield, Julie 86,139
Gates, Nancy 113
Gaudreau, Joan 228
Gaulson, Lawrence 228
Gaynor, Ray 104
Geller, Arnold 72,73,96
George, John 76,143,153
Ghesquiere, Barbara 218
Gibson, Dunbar 228
Gifford, Richard 228
Gilbert, Richard 213
Gildea, Richard 80,220
Gilghrist, George 228
Gillespie, Joan 228
Gilmore, Bruce 171,174
Girrard, Mike 130
Gleason, Robert 228
Glidewell, Jerry 228
Glossinger, Robert 228
Goad, Gary 228
Godfrey, Mike 76,142
Goetcheus, John 213
Goetz, Connie 146
Goldsmith, Joan 174
Gooding, Kirby 228
Goodsell, Thelma 89
Gordon, Mike 132
Gorov, Cliff 72,73
Gossett, James 82,213
Gould, Diane 91
Goulson, Larry 53,141
Gramzow, Daniel 228
Grant, Judy 88
Grant, Thomas 220
Grass, Bobbi 92
Grass, Jerry 228
Graw, Debby 228
Gray, Gerald 150
Gray, Judy 228
Grech, Patricia 229
Green, Carole 158,174
Greenman, Mary 218
Greenwood, Alfred 67
Greenwood, Christine 218
Gregory, Bill 174
Griffin, Bill 82,162
Griffin, Everett 118,229
Grimes, Pete 82
Groh, Barry 229
Grohman, Tony 70
Gross, Edward 229
Guhl, Richard 150
Guilford, Noel 82
Guillett, Janet 142,153,174
Guilmette, Fred 218
Guinnup, Kent 71
Gulliver, Bruce 213
Gruntman, Douglas 229
Guenther, Harmon 147
Guran, Claude 165,174
Gust, Edward 229
Guy, Ron 104,115
Haas, Gilbert 229
Haas, William 128
Hackman, Calvin 229
Haffner, Marsha 229
Hahn, Tom 229
Haiser, Karl 229
Hajek, Edward 229
Hale, Mil 53,54,173
Hal I, Larry 64,65,l28.165, 174,229
Hall, Susan 24,158,229
Hambly, Betti Jo 229
Hummel, Arlene 139,155,213
Hammond, Harvey 120
Hammontree, Earl 210
Hanchon, Tom 76,143
Haney, Joseph 229
Hankins, Willis 229
Hannah, Robert 229
Hanneman, Mary Sue 229
Hansen, Carl 229
Hansen, Judy 229
Hansen, Verne 80,102,104,131
Hanson, Jeff 229
Harbaugh, Cheryl 229
Harbrecht, Bill 144
Harden, Dennis 48,229
Hardies, Janice 229
Hardin, Ken 74,102,120,121,l22
Harding, Charles 80
Hardy, Gwendolyn 208
Harju, John 48
Harkins, Sharon 88,208
Harnafel, Jerry 76
Harner, Jack 138,214
Harrington, Gaylord 128,229
Harris, Richard 70,96
Hart, Judy 229
Harter, Clifford 229
Hartley, Barbara 155,229
Harvey, Jack 147
Harwin, Larry 67
Harwood, Sandy 92,158,174,218
Haselby, Phyllis 218
Hasty, Joan 229
Hasty, Willis 132
Hatfield, Darlene 229
Haule, Daniel 63
Hawarth, Brenda 88,89
Hatfield, Darlene 143
Hayden, Bruce 74,102,1 15,1 19,131,
Hayes, Gary 94,95
Hayward, Colin 147,229
Hean, Rodney 120
Hearshen, Joel 174,229
Heckathorn, Mike 131,132,229
Hegle, Terry 229
Heideman, Michael 72
Heilbrun, Barry 186
Heliste, Carol 229
Hellner, Robert 229
Helmbold, Angela 115,229
Helmkamp, Gary 214
Hemela, Dave 82,229
Hemingway, William 230
Henderson, Carolyn 230
Henderson, John 70
Henderson, Pete 115,119,230
Henderson, Shirley 48,230
Howard, Milicent 152
Howath, Jan 230
Hrycay, Alice 230
Huang, Elsie 230
Huber, Terry 82,120
Hudspeth, Carole 230
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Hull, Robert 220
Huls, Phyllis 144
Huls, Roger 138,144,214
Humbert, Herbert 230
Hunt, Julie 214
Hunter, Fran 86
Hunter, Richard 211
Hurd, Joseph 168,230
Huster, Bruce 220
Huttenga, Carol 139
Hyder, Helen 222
Ingles, Tom 80
lsler, Jerry 106,107,110
Hendricks, Robert 230
Kenne, William 230
Henriksen, Gary 70
Henry, Gordon 220
Henry, Wesley 84,85,96,230
Hensler, Carolyn 90,91,99,142,149
Herln, Dan 132
Herkelrath, Mary Ann 230
Herman, Hank 131
Herman, Jill 86
Herrick, Barbara 230
Herrman, Henry 230
Hess, Tom 80
Heumann, Paul 146
Jackson, Bruce 78
Jackson, Ronald 231
Jacobs, Jerry 142
Jacobs, Lauralyn 230
Jacoby, Ron 231
Jana, Robert 231
Janlcki, James 231
Janosky, LeRoy 130
Janosky, Roy 231
Jennison, Judy 87
Jensen, Julie 231
Jeske, Loretta 92,99,2l8
Johansen, Gordon 82
Johnson, Bruce 84,231
Heuzenga, Dorothy 230
Hewitt, Dee 76,143
Hexton, Clayton 70,96,214
Hicks, Holly 230
Hicks, James 167,230
Hicks, Pat 61
Hicks, Richard 230
Hildahl, Owen 138
Hill, Elmer 230
Hill, John 230
Hill, Robert 132
Hill, Thomas 142,210
Hillsenhoff, Robert 230
Hines, John 220
Hinman, Jeff 78,230
Hinton, Ken 80,172
Hitch, Tom 123
Hoard, John 230
Hobley, Donald 94,218
Hochman, Lyle 128,141,214
Hocking, Paul 70,230
Hodges, Virginia 230
Hodgkinson, Royal 154,230
Hoedema, Kathy 230
Hoeft, Diane 16,113
Hockstra, Yvonne 61,88,89,99,114,
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Holbert, Rex 220
Holbrook, Robert 230
Holladay, Joe 84
Holmes, John 230
Holtvluwer, James 230
Holzhauer, Bruce 128
Hood, Gary 230
Hood, Karen 230
Hooker, Jan 230
Hopkins, Jerry 106,131
Hoppin, Margaret 230
Horan, Barbara 218
Horn, Richard 82,96,210
Horner, Jack 132,230
Hornik, Tom 102,115,118,l19
Horton, Barbara 174,230
Hotchkiss, Marvin 115,128,165,174
Hoth, Lester 138,214
Houle, Daniel 214
Johnson, Dave 82,231
Johnson, Dean 82,231
Johnson, Doreen 89
Johnson, Gary 94
Johnson, Jeanne 90,143,211
Johnson, Jerry 102
Johnson Steve 231
Jones, David 142,231
Jones, Jennifer 231
Jones, Jerry 218
Jones, Pat 86
Jones, Robert 96,231
Jung, Henry 94
Kacy, Ken 231
Kaiser, Gary 231
Kale, Kathy 88,89,98
Kale, Marshall 48
Kalkman, Paul 144
Kaluz, Carol 67,92,98,214
Kaluz, Peggy 142,231
Kane, Mary Ann 16
Kangas, Irene 142,146
Kanicki, William 231
Karas, Frank 102
Karlsen, Karen 231
Karlson, Robert 94,231
Karnafel, Gerald 211
Karp, Barbara 141,231
Karpinski, Constance 214
Karr, Paul 19,72,214
Korson, Arthur 120
Karsten, Kenneth 70,214
Kasten, Tina 231
Kaunitz, Gary 76,214
Kear, Gorth 231
Keim, Paul 54
Kellogg, John 94
Kell099, Lee 115
Kelly, Gerald 74,102
Kelly, John 156,174,231
Kelly, Tim 231
Kimble, Jeanne 231
Kennedy, Bob 82
Kennedy, Carl 218
Kennedy, Patrick 150
Kenneth, Vernon 231
Kent, Jim 84,128
Kent, Sandy 92,98,214
Kenyon, Robert 231
Kerr, Mary Jane 93,231
Kessler, Keith 231
Kettring, Dennis 138
Kibler, William 130
Kilpert, Tom 231
Kietzman, Cynthia 231
Kilgus, Fred 231
Kllmar, Theodore 78
Kilpatrick, Bernard 106,107,110,131
King, Marcia 231
Kinzer, Bruce 231
Kireger, Bruce 168
Kissick, Mary 231
Kitchens, Stephen 82,214
Kizer, Leonare 150,218
Klaiber, Kathy 20
Klein, Carolyn 89
Kline, Judy 231
Kloess, Raymond 130
Klynstra, Dan 231
Knapp, Dorothy 218
Kanpp, John 78,142,212
KnaPP, Joni 86
Knoochuizen, Sam 231
Knutson, Toni 113,232
Kobylaiz, John 48
Kobylarz, John 48
Kocix, Frank 211
Koehler, Ron 82
Kolchuk, Janice 232
Koppy, Dennis 84
Kos, Gerald 132
Kossen, Constance 232
Kotzian, John 120
Kourtakis, Jim 19,106,232
Kovinsky, Skip 72,214
Kowalik, Jim 130,232
Koziarz, Dan 80,102,232
Kozial, June 232
Kracker, Fredrick 138,214
Kraght, Lester 132,138
Kragt, Harvey 232
Kramer, Harry 144
KYUSUSKY, Mary Ann 232
Kraus, Duke 70
Kraus, Richard 70,71
Krepps, Connie 211
Kretchmer, Robert 232
Krieg, William 62
Krivak, Dick 120,122
Krueger, Robert 232
Krumrey, Peter 220
Krusniak, Dennis 232
Kubeslesky, Tom 232
Kucharski, Joseph 142,211
Kalhanek, Ronald 232
Kuney, Cheri 86
Kushion, Edward 232
Kutschinski, Sue 88,98,218
LaBeau, Dave 167,174
LaBell, Fred 72,147
Lackie, Bill 102,120
LaCombe, Joseph 211
Lafferty, Thomas 232
Lamoreaux, Shirley 232
Lamparski, Larry 232
Lancaster, Lois 218
Lane, Thomas 76,143,211
Lange, Thomas 211
Lanyi, Tom 128,141
Lapekas, Phil 19,180,220
Lara, Michael 232
Larke, Paul 232
Larsen, Linda 139,218
Larson, Jim 232
Larvie, James 70
Laske, Kurt 232
Latra, Larry 232
Laughrin, Sally 62,86,152
Lawlor, William 146
Lechleitner, Richard 232
Lemke, Tom 82,185
Leonard, Lloyd 84
Leppard, Bob 76
Lesinski, John 94
Leslie, Fred 76
LeTlssier, Sharon 221
Levandowski, Ervin 214
Lever, Sandra 232
Levett, Gary 76,89
Lewicki, Edith 232
Lewis, Bill 76
Lewis, Carla 128,232
Lewis, Larry 76,143
Lewis, William 143
Lickert, Linda 139,232
Lickert, Nancy 232
Lieberman, Bernie 141
Light, Gary 132,208
Lightfoot, Donald 80
Linabery, Charlotte 114
Lindsey, Larry 102
Linkfield, Ronald 232
Linnemeyer, Carl 232
Lint, Terry 142,232
Lippert, Charles 211
Livingston, Mona 152
Livingston, Sharley 232
Lochmiller, Drake 232
Logan, John 232
Long, Mary 221
Long, Susan 232
Loomis, Alden 150
Lord, Bruce 78,142
Lorenz, Don 138,232
Loss, Janet 62
Lotz, Tom 77,90,143
Loudat, Craig 232
Loughrin, Janice 174
Loughrin, Sally 208
Lovato, John 102
Lovse, Franklin 84,218
Lowler, John 142
Lubaczewski, Leonard 232
Luckey, Robert 48,67,214
Ludwig, Dale 233
Luhrs, Carolyn 232
Luikis, Gladys 218
Lundquist, Paula 86,87,218
Lower, John 211
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Lydic, Gordon 144,232
Lykins, David 233
Lyons, Ruth 233
Lyst, Sandra 233
MacDonald, Allen 132,138
MacDonald, Keith 46,47,49,50,130,
MacDonald, William 233
MacPherson, P. Dae 218,233
McAuliffe, Sue 113,233
McBride, Mary 233
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McCartney, Ed 102
McCoy, Marilyn 233
McCready, Robert 171,174
McDonald, Mike 80,102
McDowell, Robert 171
McElyea, Wayne 94,174
McFarlen, Doug 48
McHinley, Dale 167
Mclntosh, Carole 233
McKenzie, Thomas 70,147
McKercher, Patrick 153,209
McKim, Carol 139,214
McKiney, Robert 120
McKinley, Dale 233
McKinley, Jud 233
McLain, Jo Anne 233
McLanis, Charles 233
McLean, Marilyn 218
McMillan, Mike 150
McNary, Philip 170,174
McNitt, Carolyn 62,146,152,233
McPherson, Beth 13
Mabry, Mark 128
Madsen, Karen 218
Mahan, John 233
Maier, Inge 24,233
Mallick, Lawrence 74,222
Malmstrom, Richard 138,214
Mankowski, Sally 218
Manning, Lawrie 80,96,233
Manting, Thomas 130
Manwaring, Douglas 233
Marble, Margaret 233
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Maring, Douglas 138,144,214
Maring, Jerry 221
Marko, Andrew 80
Marler, Ed 155
Marsey, Joseph 214
Marsh, Margaret 233
Marsh, Wallace 233
Marsh, Wally 102
Marshall, Jean 158
Marshall, Linda 139,217
Morris, William 211
Morrison, John 78
Morro, Rick 234
Mosely, Mae 234
Mountford, Dennis 166
Mowery, Sandy 54
Mueller, William 78,142,211
Mujat, Vasile 234
Munson, Lee 150
Murdock, Calvin 76,96,173
Murphy, Edwin 63,147
Murphy, Maureen 88,89
Murphy, William 78
Muscott, Myran 139,234
Myers, Dan 48,147,234
Nabozny, Aljean 93,234
Nadulski, Dave 82
Nahabetian, Delores 234
Narregan, James 82,120
Martin, Edward 82,96
Martin, Jerry 54,132
Martin, Leis 146
Martin, Sandra 62,154
Martin, Tom 84,85
Mason, Lilly Mae 233
Massey, Carol 233
Mastenbrook, Peggy 148,174
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Matthews, Leslie 120,214
Matus, John 233
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Neal, Robert 234
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Nelson, David 234
Nelson, Deems 234
Nelson, Don 128,234
Nelson, Jack 82,83
Nelson, Jean 20
Nelson, Nick 78,142,235
Mayne, Lynette 142
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Mehl, Tom 82
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Meiers, Jerry 102
Meisner, Tony 72
Melville, Fredrich 233
Melvin, Gary 127
Menges, David 233
Menko, Lea 233
Merchant, Edward 233
Meredith, John 131
Mergos, Frederick 233
Merrill, Sara 86
Mertz, Edward 233
Metcalf, Edwin 233
Meyer, Eugene 233
Meyer, James 233
Meyer, Jule 90,91,142
Meyer, Sylvia 234
Meyers, Chris 162
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Michaels, Gary 155
Michaels, Victor 234
Michalski, Dave 64,65,171
Michelson, Ronald 78,234
Middleton, Robert 234
Mikat, Ronald 84,96,234
Mike, Joanne 88
Mikulski, Dean 82
Nelson, Walter 235
Nemechek, James 235
Nespodzany, Joseph 215
Neuenschwander, Richard 74,235
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Miller, Guy 94,234
Miller, Jeanne 13,86,218
Miller, Mary 234
Miller, Raymond 234
Miller, Robert 71,168,174,175,234
Miller, Susan Marie 234
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Millman, James 234
Minelli, Joseph 234
Mitchell, John 234
Mock, Sandra 234
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Moiles, Dave 234
Molnar, Fred 82
Neuman, Norwood 76
Neville, Glen 130,235
Newell, Judy 86,235
Newman, Don 235
Newman, Gary 80
Newton, Cece 88
Nicholas, Jim 19
Nickel, Gary 94
Nielson, Don 82,235
Nieman, Mary Jo 235
Nofty, Beverly 174
Noll, Pat 235
Noreen, Nancy 235
Noreen, Tamara 211
Norman, Barry 84
Norsworthy, Robert 80,131
Novack, Eugene 235
Novak, Edwin 211
Nover, Samuel 72
Novoth, Al 168
Nyman, Terry 132,215
Odbert, John 235
Olario, Jo 24
Oleson, Charlene 235
Oliver, Robert 168
Olkowski, Connie 235
Olson, Dave 235
Olson, Erik 221
Olsze, Robert 235
0'Neill, Dan 19,82
Oosting, Stuart 215
Osburn, Raymond 235
Osler, Anthony 235
Ostling, Nancy 235
Ott, Bernard 215
Otto, John 235
Overbeek, Earl 235
Overway, Dale 235
Owen, Joyce 139
Monroe, Lee 128,234
Montague, Stanley 218
Montgomery, Wayne 234
Moore, Doc 234
Moore, John 84
Moore, Robert 63,234
Moorehouse, Bob 82
Morey, Kathleen 222
Morgan, Larry 53,76,77,214
Morley, Robert 234
Oyler, Gaylord 235,165
Pachela, Jerry 80,102,235
Palijax, Ronda 235
Palmer, Curtis 215
Palmer, David 235
Palmer, Don 84
Palmer, Richard 235
Papin, Jim 197,198
Parks, Clarence 235
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Patulski, James 128
Paul, Carl 235
Paulson, Dale 78,235
Pawelski, Michael 82
Pawlak, Timothy 219
Pawlowski, John 215
Peal, Mary Jean 235
Pearce, Elliott 235
Pearson, Daniel 235
Peirce, Robert 215
Pellegram, Bob 235
Penoyer, Sheryl 236
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Perrin, Al 120,121
Perry, Ruth 155
Perpich, Ed 102,131,172
Perry, Ruth 236
Pershing, Raymond 76,143,211
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Peters, Gary 127
Peters, Howard 215
Peters, Shirley 88
Peterson, Barbara 236
Peterson, Phillip 130,236
Peterson, Richard 138,147,155,l66,
Petre, Ronald 74,143,211
Petro, Marlene 139,145
Phillips, Dale 48
Phillips, Sharon 236
Piana, Karen 89
Pickens, Karen 24,86,215
Pierce, Marion 236
Pierson, Theresa 92,98,236
Pierce, Vernita 138,233
Pietrzyk, Jan 236
Piggot, Walt 102
Pillen, Donald 236
Pilon, David 211
Pinard, Thomas 233
Pinkerton, James 236
Platt, Sandi 236
Platt, Sue 90
Pluff, Charles 63
Podden, Meryl 92,99
Poffinbarger, Ruth 139
Pointer, Douglas 236
Polinz, Carl 215
Polick, Vince 19,82,83
Polidori, Raymond 94,211
Pollock, Bob 84
Pontius, Marilyn 236
Porretto, Chris 78
Porter, Peggy 236
Potter, James 55,215
Potts, Jim 94
Potzger, Eugene 236
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Powers, William 128,219
Pratt, Gary 132
Pratt, John 82
Pratt, Phil 74
Pratt, William 142,198,211
Prescott, Nancy 139
Preston, James 80
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Price, Sandra 90,99,153,209
Price, Terry 150
Price, Thomas 76,211
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Pringnitz, Glen 146
Prins, Karen 144
Prins, Paul 144
Prunkard, Janet 62,215
Przekop, Charles 76,77,143,211
Puggles, Jim 76,96
Pugh, Duane 82
Pullis, Sara 86,215
Punches, George 80
Purdy, Karen 236
Purzycki, John 82
Putvin, Connie 90,142,148,149
Ouade, Bob 236
Quenby, Edward 132,133,215
Quigg, Larry 236
Quinn, Jerry 115
Race, Sue 48
Radeka, Dick 238
Radloff, Jerry 62,80
Radosa, Betty 221
Raisig, Donald 70,215
Raison, Donald 130
Ramsdell, Louis 236
Ramsey, Karen 219
Rang, Richard 150
Rang, Thomas 236
Ranger, George 222
Ranger, Ike 102,104
Ransom, Rudy 106
Rasmussen, Jeanne 236
Ray, James 74
Rayce, Susam 236
Ream, Marland 236
m, RObel't 236
Reddy, Neil 70
ker, Bill 82
Redmond, Ken 236
Reed, James 236
Jay 94 96
Reed, Joan 236
Reed, Walter 236
Rees, Harvey 48,49,193
Rees, Paula 236
er, James 132,215
Reid, Karen 219
Reilly, William 236
Reister, Jil 236
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Remer, Stanley 72
Renaur, Jack 84
Renwick, Varn 48
Reuterdahl, Carl 236
Rettell, Dave 130
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Reid, Paul 165
Rhein, Ray 221
Rice, Douglas 236
Richards, Cheryl 236
Richards, Dave 236
Richardson, Mike 76,143
Riihimaa, Tim 237
Riker, Robert 142,211
Riley, John 170,174
Ritze, Bill 132,155
Ritzler, Diane 219
Robb, Rebecca 237
Ribbins, Bill 237
Robbins, Larry 143,155
Robinson, Alan 130,221
Robinson, Bob 185
Robinson, Ned 211
Robinson, Robert 62,215
rts, Joan 86,219
rts, Ron 237
Rockafellow, Clayton 130,237
rs, Richard 74,215
sky, lan 47,47,166,174
Rohen, Arnold 237
Rolfe, Roger 130,237
Rork, Margaret 139
Rose, Craig 237
Rose, Dorothy 237
Rose, Harvey 72,96
Rose, Marty 141
Rosenberg, Leonard 72
Ross, Lee 147,237
Ross, Margaret 88,139,237
Rostal, John 76
Rottschafer, Randy 237
Rowe, Chuck 147,237
Roy, James 215
Rubin, Al 72,215
Rubin, James 237
Ruddock, Lewis 82,215
Ruhl, William 143,211
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ndquist, David 215
shford, Fred 62
ssell, Albert 219
lssell, Marca 86,215
lst, John 237
ran, Thomas 83,169
rbka, Dave 130
ill, Lynne 90,81,143,148,149
ftold, Cledous 237
ge, James 70
geman, Norma 155,237
gorski, Donald 215
lhlin, Kenneth 83,237
Ihaney, Mike 94,95,237
nborn, Don 84,85
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lndri, Kenneth 94
ntlmore, Grant 237
rlund, Charles 53,62,80,21S
sso, Frank 135
unders, Wayne 174,237
voie, Rene 76,96,143,211
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haefer, Barbara 158
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hade, Phillip 238
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hmidt, Gary 238
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hnarr, Bill 115
hoff, John 80
,holten, Roger 237
,h0PP, Nancy 237
hnarr, Bill 115
huette, Ervin 237
hultheiss, Victor 115,119,131
hultz, Bob 82
hultz, Donald 212
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hultz, Robert 174
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ott, Ed 106,110,131,237
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ott, Ron 237
ott, Sheila 237
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lhl, Terry 147,237
liter, Melvin 237
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lsti, Louis 78,142,209
lyffert, Roy 76,143,212
lxaur, Charles 48
lade, Mary Jo 88
laffner, Curt 150
lalstad, Kathy 113
lane, James 238
larp, Lynn 76,143
larp, Lynn 238
larrard, W. Jones 132
leshaguay, Jo Ann 238
law, Kathleen 238
naw, Richard 238
lellenberger, Lillian 86,87,9B
leltraw, Midge B6
Shepard, Gerald 76,212
Sheridan Patrick 76,142,142
Sherman, Ronald 142,238
Shield, James 120
Shoumer, Al 147,238
Shulstad, Kathy 16
Shuster, Calvin 238
Sieb, Ronald 146,215
Siebers, Dave 30
Siegel, Gary 222
Sieman, Cynthea 238
Sietsema, Stephen 150
Simcox, Ray 80
Simmons, Dick 132
Siemiantkowski, Joseph 238
Sietsema, Stephen 144,219
Silverstein, Allen 78,142
Simcox, Ray 131
Simen, Sandy 238
Simington, Larry 238
Simkin, Robert 238
Simmons, Harold 216
Simon, Daniel 216
Simpson, Daniel 143,153,209
Sinai, Stuart 72,138,209
Sinkule, Joel 19,80,81
Sivers, Syd 53,93
Slater, Gordon 238
Slusher, Lorraine 88
Sluyter, Ray 70
Smentek, Eileen 52,53,93,216
Smith, Albert 169,174
Smith, Barbara 65
Smith, Barry 80
Smith, Connie 238
Smith, Daryl 238,143
Smith, James 238
Smith, Jill 238
Smith, JoAnne 238
Smith, Malcolm 128
Smith Max 138,216
Smith Nancy 90,91
Smith Richard 238
Smith, Robert 145
Smith, Steve 216
Smith, Sylvia 219
Smith, Tom 80,102,104,131
Smith Wanita 238
Stewart, Judy 158
Stewart, Ronald 72,143,212
Stockwell, Michael 138,239
Stoll, Roger 143,239
Stone, Joseph 143,212
Stooks, Allen 132
Stout, Joyce 219
Strait, Nancy 71
Striber, Norman 239
Strohl, Violet 239
Strom, Janet 139,216
Strong, Janice 239
Stroupe, John 239
Stuckey, Steve 102
Studt, John 212
Sturtevant, Jane 148
Suino, Kay 91
Sullivan, Sue 16,19,86,113,183,219
Sturm, Richard 78,79
Sturtevant, Jane 239
Sutherland, Tom 102
Svetcos, Gerald 239
Swan, Boyd 216
Swan, Larry 167
Swanson, Jon 80,239
Swanson, Judy 139
Swaski, Don 102
Swathwood, Sharon 219
Sweedyk, Phillip 142,239
Szatkowski, Paul 62,216
Szymanski, Chet 239
Szymankiewicz, Marcia 239
Taavola, Lailla 174,239
Tabor, James 143,212
Taepke, Ron 84,85,216
Tait, Roger 221
Taropol, Robert 72
Tasher, Robert 76
Taylor, Alfred 212
Taylor, Dave 102
Taylor, Lynne 222
Taylor, Rodney 239
Taylor, Thomas J. 94,239
Taylor, Thomas W. 80
Temple, Diane 49,239
Tenney, Bob 94,95,96
Terry, Jaquelyn 88,219
Smithson, Rebekah 93,238
Snaith, Bob 238
Snell, Linda 174,238
Sneve, Sylvia 219
Snyder, Charles 84,216
Snyder, Phyllis 127,92
Soderquist, LeRoy 219
Somero, Kenneth 138
Somerville, Wayne 238
Sopha, Ron 238
Soul, William 166
Spaith, Bob 168
Spark, Martha 238
Sparks, Rick 132
Spayde, Judd 115,118,119
Spelker, Steve 94,238
Spencer, Harry 238
Sprowl, Kay 219
Staffen, Larry 238
Stahlin, Sue 238
Stamats, Jon 238
Stanley, Fred 128
Stanton, Terrel 238
Starkey, Richard 102,104,13l,l84,
Starr, John 216
Starr, Susan 238
Stearn, Scott 239
Stears, Judy 155,239
Stechschulte, Robert 74,96, 184,222
Steiner, Peter 74,145
Stenseng, Jeanine 219
Stephens, Barbara 239
Sterk, John 138,144,216
Steur, Walt 74
Stevens, Emerson 239
Stevens, Paul 64,238
Stewart, David 216
Tetzlaff, Ann 92
Thebo, Larry 239
Thein, Ray 145
Theuerkorn, Lois 239
Thomas, Bonnie 139
Thomas, Diane 239
Thomas, Elber 102,131,221
Thomas, Jerry 239
Thompson, Don 171
Thompson, Gregory 239
Thompson, Ruth 239
Thompson, Thomas L. 49,50,51,20
Thompson, Thomas R. 145,219
Thompson, Tim 80
Thompson, Walter 147,239
Thorsen, Carol 62,86,87,98
Thorsen, Phyllis 239
Thurmond, Yvonne 239
Tibbits, Daniel 46,47
Tiedman, Larry 216
Tiedeman, Sharon 239
Tippett, Carol 148,239
Tobias, Ronald 128,146,167
Toby, Mel 141
Toogood, Judy 222
Topacio, David 169,239
Tope, Harry 168
Topp, Walter 240.143
Tosher, Robert 142
Towns, Dana 216
Towns, Kenneth 94,240
Trestrail, John 240
Tribble, Arlene 216
TriPP, Bill 54,239
Trolley, Fred 48
Troupe, Gerald 240
Truce, lan 67
Tuesley, Sidney 78
Turner, Arnold 84,128,240
Turner, Rene 240
Turowski, Paul 115
Ulrich, Irene 240
Underwood, Edward 138
Urbanich, Frank 240
Uridge, George 106,240
Vader, Sally 219
Vail, Jerry 67
Van Arman, Terry 128
VandeBunt, Roger, 70
Vanden Heuvel, Roland 240
VanderPoppen, Dries 240
VanderVlught, Janice 139,290
Vanderweide, Fred 221
VanHouten, Mel 240
VanHouten, Wayne 221
VanNord, Marilyn 240
Vanover, Marsha 148,240
VanRaalte, Virginia 216
VanRegenmorter, Robert 138,216
Vansolkema, Dave 240
Varconi, Robert 240
Varisto, Gary 102
Veazey, Rick 82
Verhulst, William 240
Vermeulen, Anne 240
Vescolani, Tony 129
Vince, Joseph 209
Vince, Robert 240
Vining, Nancy 240
Vlajkov, Michael 128,216
Vrable, Bonnie 222
Waetjen, Lawrence 240
Wagg, Gerlinde 240
Wagner, Dale 240
Wagner, Jerry 240
Waidelich, Terry 84
Walker, Gerald 216
Walker, Nancy 240
Walkington, Barb 240
Wallace, Jim 240
Walling, Patricia 240
Wallner, Sue 148
Wallsteadt, John 148,240
Walter, Janet 240
Walter, Ward 212
Walton, Chuck 178
Walton, Thomas 142,240
Walunas, John 130
Ward, Donald 155
Ward, Ron 115,130
Ward, Walter 76
Worden, Jack 240
, Kay 90,99,143,212
, Roger 85,240
, Mike 102
rn, David 240
Waun, Douglas 155
Webber, Tim 80
Weekley, Charles 76
Weinberg, Nancy 222
Weis, Doreen 86
, Bonlta 90,143,153,209
Weitzel, Dell 216
Welch, Richard 78
Wells, Warren 216
Welsh, Elmer 102
Welsh, Emery 240
Wendt, Marilyn 219
Wenzlaff, Victor 221
l, Tom 80
Westley, Larry 240
Wheat, Cynda 139
Wheeler, Marvin 240
Whightsil, Patricia 222
White, James 146
White, Mary 67
Whiting, Tom 240
Whitmore, Jack 240
Wichmann, Allan 241
Wickware, Maxine 142,148,149
Widowicki, Jackie 241
Wierenga, Emily 91
Wieringa, Paul 221
Wightman, Dale 130,165,221
Wightman, Daniel 74
Wiita, James 78,241
Wilbee, Dennis 78
Wilczynski, Robert 241
Wilder, Betty 216
Wilezynski, Robert 146
Wilkes, Robert 120
Wilkie, Judith 241
Willard, Joya 241
Williams, Ken 241
Bahnsen, Ernest 200
Beltz, LeRoy 204
Bennett, Norm 102,115
Bergen, John 199
Berry, George 43,128,174
Bocskey, Stephen 97
Bond, Glen 36
Bordano, Steve 203
Bourland, Charles 204
Bradshaw, Gordon 154,191,204,224
Brejcha, Mathias 204
Broemer, Frederick 201
Brown, Patricia 200
Brumbaugh, Paul 42
Brundage, Lyle 195,203
Burch, Mary 199
Carlson, Robert 204
Carr, June 203
Chapman, Lowell 138,201
Charlton, Eleanor 203
Charlton, Richard 201
Claus, Edward 197
Clegg, Earle 203
Conklin, Norma 203
Condon, Thomas 46,47
Conrad, Lois 199
Crane, Webster 203
Crawford, Charles 43
Croft, Arthur 132,197
Cronk, Richard 63,203
Cunningham, George 41
Dachoff, Cacho 7,57,61,199
Dargitz, Mickey 199
Darmody, Richard 199
Davis, Gordon 199
Dean, Stanley 39
DeMoss, Lowell 203
Deupree, Joseph 43,67,82
Diebel, Thaddeus 191
Dixon, George 201
Dolio, Ardwin 38
Doneth, Nancy 40
Dougherty Thomas 204
Dow, Burton 199
Drledric, Stanley 199
Williams, Mae 221
Williams, Moses 102
Williams, Norman 70
Williams, Robert 143,153
Williams, Susan 220
Williamson, Martha 88
Willis, Rosalind 148
Willobee, Hal 115
Wilson, Allen 72
Wilson, Brian 96,80
Wilson, Darrell, 241
Wilson, Judith A. 148,241
Wilson, Judith G. 241
Wilson, Roy 115,131
Wilterdink, LaVerne 142,153,209
Wiltsie, Jim 82
Wimmer, Robert 53,221
Winoker, Terry 72
Winters, Cherilynn 241
Wischman, John 241
Wisner, Ron 147
Wisslnk, Steve 67,241
Administration Ancl Faculty
Dugas, Joseph 199
Ebmeier, Raymond 199
Edison, Robert 41
Edwards, Ronald 43,84
Eller, Margaret 200
Eringaard, Cornelius 199
Fairman, Charles 36
Farrell, James 189
Farnham, Douglas 200
Fellows, Esther 139,201
Fickes, L. Allan 199
Fishman, Bess 36
Fisher, Lyle 199
Frederick, Coston 203
Fohey, James 204
Forlano, Albert 204
Frederick, Coston 128
Geirman, Robert 179
Goodman, David 182,202
Grabdu, Myles 128,199
Greene, Helen 170
Hallisy, Mildred 42
Halstead, Boyd 201
Haney, Herbert 199
Harry, Robert 199
Hecker, Donald 42
Hegman, Richard 204
Henry, David 201
Herrick, Mahlon 40
Hess, James 43
Heusinkveld, Edwin 24,40,46,47,96
Hitch, Robert 62,94,152,185,202
Holcolmb, George 78,204
Holub, Peter 199
Hoover, Arlene 186
Howe, Ruth 199
Howland, Richard 127,182
Hull, Richard 202
Hurst, Nelson 204
Huxol, Robert 38
Ireland, Frank 199
Johnson, Fridolf 199
Johnson, John 191,321
Johnson, Robert 150,200
Jones, David 205
Kazerovskis, Karlis 153
Keiber, Kingsley 127,202
Kelly, Milton 202
Wittenback, James 132
Woldring, Terry 241
Wollmartz, Karen 241
Wolma, Daniel 241
Wolters, Phillip 241
Woltman, Carl 84
Wonders, Stephen 138,216
Wood, Thomas 145,241
Woodard, Bruce 50,174,175
Woodard, Sue 139,146,241
Woodland, Ruth 241
Wooclring, Gerald 216
Woods, Ellen Jean 241
Woods, George 241
Woods, Jane 148
Woods, Janet 241
Woods, Ruth 63
Woolhiser, Harry 76,142,241
Worrell, Stanley 241
Wuis, Joe 143,241
Wylie, James 241
Wyman, William 70
Kennedy, Roger 205
Ketchman, Sam 109
Kirchner, Robert 205
Kneussl, James 74,202
Knox, Harold 199
Kosak, Herman 201
Lagroe, Guy 203
Levardsen, Norman 190
Lockwood, Richard 7,57,60
Long, Chester 199
MacGregor, Geraldine 202
MacKintosh, Lotta 166
McKinstry, Clarence 199
McMullen, David 201
McNamara, John 52,199
McReynolds, Malcolm 199
Mackey, Alice 179
Maliszewski, Richard 205
Marquis, Frank 199
Millard, Phyllis 201
Miller, William 36
Montgomery, Keith 199
Motry, Herbert 205
Mueller, Stephen 202
Murray, Merrill 195
Musselman, Nicholas 144,190,199
Nellermoe, Donald 202
Nelson, Joan 199
Neumann, Norwood 153,204
Newton, Roy 199
Nicolas, George 205
Nott, Goldie 41,179
Nye, Russel 36
0'Dea, Raymond 199
Oettmeier, Arthur 205
Ozzello, Lawrence 202
Parsons, Herbert 205
Patullo, R. E. 203
Peets, Albert 199
Peterson, Norman 187,201
Peticolas, Sam 205
Phillips, Gene 200
Pierson, Jack 201
Poland, Lloyd 204
Prakken, Lawrence 36
Puterbaugh, Allen 200
Rainey, John 186
Rankin, Donald 39,50
Reid, Arthur 204
Wyzong, Timothy 241
Yankoviak, Carole 87
Yeasley, Karol 241
Yochum, Jerry 130
Yopo, Robert 94,241
Young, Carl 241
Young, Phil 241
Young, Sharon 220
Young, Steve 67,217
Youngs, Robert 241
Yount, Michael 241
Zamler, Steve 72
Zdeb, Andy 52,80,81
Ziegel, Judith 212
Ziegler, James 221
Zuber, John 241
Zuehlke, Marty 64
Zunich, John 130
Rigsbee, Alfred 203
Rocker, Janet 179
Rode, Carolyn 148
Rumbold, Dean 203
Russell, John 200
Salinger, Malcom 42
Sams, Donna 181,194,203
Schauble, John 201
Schlembach, Lester 128,205
Seifer, 'Bernard 200
Shoberg, Raymond 200
Shreiner, Frederic 200
Shreve, Donald 205
Siebers, Grace 201
Sleeper, Charles 205
Smith, John 39,205
Smith, Max 41
Spathelf, Victor 10,37,56,97,175,181
Sprague, Robert 202
Standen, John 200
Starr, Raymond 36
Stevens, Harris 205
Sunkes, William 78,142,153,204
Swan, Fred 187,191
Swartz, Harry 76,142
Tallman, Donald 80,l02,120,121,12
Taylor, John 94,128,200
Thompson, Tene 179
Turille, Stephen 181
Tyree, James 202
Udall, Lyle 205
VandenBerge, Anthony 203
Vanderbilt, Howard 205
Vaxter, William 205
Voss, Lawrence 194,203
Ward, Eugene 36
Wells, George 200
Wenzlaff, Robert 205
Wiest, Opie 200
Wild, Helen 41,8B,89
Williams, Esther 171
Willis, Doris 202
Wilson, Lane 200
Wink, James 106,123
Winter, Jack 123
Wisner, Harold 40
Wright, Arthur 200
Zimmerman, Garnet 205
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