Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS)

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Ufa JWh - HH V- Hr ■ «8sl I $g|p{ ; . 1 Ha BH ;V- r|| $jf| 1 rsjpi Wgy ij mm ff V- The Reveille 1965 Fort Hays Kansas State College Voi. 52 Hays, Kansas FOREWORD This is Fort Hays State Each person here has a ton- r of what that means. A partial explanation is that FHS beral arts college in Western Kansas with a 1964-1965 ■m ! intent of approximately 4,200. But of course there is more than that. For Fort Hays State citizens, there is a deeper meaning of IS, which changes every year. This depth comes from the exchange of ideas and k; w ledge, as well as from the friendships bonded here. Every year a new crop of faces enters the realm of Fort H State, bringing an addition to the substance of the storv that is already here. Each year is a new volume in the storv of what FHS means. The 1965 Reveille records 1964-1965 so that today’s stu- dents may remember their college foundations, and so that future generations may know their heritage. The an- them of our Alma Mater lends itself to the telling of this story. Throughout these pages the anthem’s words help in- terpret this year at Fort Hays State. 2 • r. , V M It J . 1 r . , . .wt • • j, Jg£. ■ v w . - t s M ' dgi r l TABLE OF CONTENTS Story of the Year 14 Sports 64 Royalty 108 Organizations 122 Administration, Faculty, Classes 224 Advertising, Index 302 THIS IS FORT HAYS STATE 3 4 Hail to Old Fort Hays State Malloy Hall Albertson Hall 5 Voices ring at political rallies at Spring Spiel , , . and at Poise n Ivy. 6 ! I Praise to the ' Black and Gold, through competition , . acclaim . . , Praise for the Black and Gold We Will Ever Sing exchange of ideas . - ♦ 8 9 Sw Valor lasts, through knowledge . . . endurance . . , Long May athletic prowess . , 10 Our Valor Last Through the Future Days and class spirit- Honoring and praising, through retrospect . . ♦ Homecoming Honoring and Praising Dear Fort Hays and Tiger support academic achievement - . . TORY OF THE YEAR For a few hours a day, when academic study ceases, another form of learning surges to the foreground. Relieving tensions and refortifying the will to buckle down, social and cultural activities find their place in a student’s education. Ten or twenty years from now, one may not clearly remember the long hours of study, although benefits from that study will be evident. But the friendships established and fun shared will last in memories until no one is left to relive them. Weekend parties, rush, sports events, Artists and Lectures pro- grams, Homecoming, Furlough — these are the settings from which evolve the most all-student participation and fellowship. These are the times when the student discovers, through participation, the key to life in a social world. Here is the story, socially and academically, of 1964-1965 at Fort Hays State. 14 15 Moving in is a room full of confusion for Judy Steiner, Summer Tans Fade as School Resumes President and Mrs. Cunningham welcome freshmen and new students at their open house General thought: Will these lines never end? 16 Distraught Freshmen Reinforce FHS Ranks Top: Mrs. Katherine Rogers discusses a schedule with advisee Rtck Bralnard. Middle: Susan Garden assists Janis Hawkins in buying books. Bottom: After all the traumatic experiences enrollment involves, classes begin and life becomes humdrum. Those hectic first days! Getting acquainted with room- mates and the campus, freshmen moved into their new homes. Immediately they found themselves caught up in the orientation program — joining organizations at the activities merry-go-round and meeting Dr. and Mrs. Cunningham at the president ' s reception. With freshmen still unsure of their surroundings, upperclassmen swept in. Enrollment confusion left everyone a little wiser, but thoroughly convinced some that they were hopelessly stupid and could never make it to the next enrolling ordeal. Most students did indeed learn how to sign names, addresses, class- ifications and majors and mastered the fine art of standing — patiently or perhaps not patiently — -in lines. After conferring with advisers, then invading bookstores, students diligently searched for classrooms. The everyday grind began. Is this basket weaving 205 V wonders Sue Garrett. First Pre-School Rush Held Prior to Orientation From left: Dennis Vrbas, Fitches for AKL and free cigarettes are tactics Larry Jones and Linda Ohlemeier use on rushee Richard Erwin, Van Lewis, Sig Ep, acquaints rushee Roger Bechtel with fraternity history. Phi Sigma Epsilon actives shoot the breeze with rushees. Lambert Miller, Fred Deal, Bob Young and J. D. Beffort, Janet Powell lends a rushing hand to the Sig Taus. Campus Applies Ideas Discussed at Retreat For the first time at FHS, Greek men held pre-school rush. The week prior to orientation, rushees lived in dorms and attended parties — one at every house and a final one at the favored house of each. Then early each semester, fraternities entertained pros- pective members with smo kers. After summer rush, school opened, class rosters stabilized and students and faculty united to learn about each other. To increase understanding among faculty, students and administration, and to put some of the ideas discussed into practice during the year was the purpose of the third annual Student- Faculty Retreat. Campus leaders and interested faculty members participated in the parley which met at Camp Petusa near Lake Webster, September 19. Also to promote understanding — this time between stu- dents and parents, All-Student Council and Second Genera- tion Club sponsored Parents ' Day, September 26, Special events throughout the day and the Colorado Western football game gave families a view of FHS life. “And here ' s the dorm. " a freshman shows her family. 1 Discussion continues while Provident Cunningham and retieacers snack. 19 Well-Known Personalities Offer Cultural Excellence Satire, concert and folk music, and informative lectures entertained audiences first semester. Well-known personalities brought to campus by Artists and Lectures and the Pop Concert Series included John Ciardi, The Gaslight Singers, the New Christy Minstrels, Dutton Percussion Trio, Japan Philharmonic Symphony, architect Victor Christ -Janer, Broadway satire ' Beyond the Fringe” and pianist Byron Jan is. Talent and humor blend in the folk singing of the Gaslight Singers. The New Christy Minstrels belt out " Green, green.” The Japan Philharmonic Symphony warms up before opening its concert with American and Japanese National Anthems. The Dutton Percussion Trio enlivens perspective on modern rhythm. Eager to see the New Christy Minstrels, students line up in front of the Union at 4:30 a,m, for the ticket exchange. Satire exposes weakness of society and government in Beyond the Fringe. World renowned pianist Byron Janis enchants audiences with his artistry. Tina Martin and Tom Purer stroll through leaves of early fall. A near record-breaking sized Kodiak bear and a polar bear, recent gifts to the college museum, capture the attention of all visitors. Students Enjoy Leisure Many eyes see the campus many ways. Whether one spends free time in recreation or in pursuit of extra knowledge, varied opportunities extend themselves to FHS students. Nature, facilities for fun and relaxation, educational exhibits — each invites its own patrons. Dreary days lend a forsaken air to campus. 22 Walking girls, idle boys and ready snow equal one impromptu battle. McGinnis ' ceramic at the faculty art show. Usually a more peaceful part of the Union, the lounge attracts readers or quiet conversant . 23 Overwhelmed, Ima Jean Atwood receives the traditional Homecoming Queen ' s robe from Student Council President Roger Rupp Finalists Carol Walters, Carol Lipp, Carol Smith, Sheila Halligan and the bonfire crowd register instant approval. Tri Sigs Connie Leuty and Sandy Dirks enlist Carlos Revilla to paint the cornucopia of ' Tigers Reap the Fruits of Victory. Leo Hayden, right, congratulates defensive end Bill Chase who picked up a fumble and scored FHS r s only touchdown. 24 Homecoming Climaxes Weeks of Preparation For hours the week preceding Homecoming 1964, stu- dents stuffed napkins and crepe paper and sprayed paint for the theme, " Harvest Festival Pickett ' s pond took on the aura of a football field with yard lines and goal posts; Phi Sigs decorated their house. Then, Friday evening, everyone pooled spirit in the snake dance, running, riding, and yelling to the bonfire and pep rally. Amid excitement and tension, Ima Jean Atwood rvas robed as queen. Saturday morning in the windy cold, alumni arrived, parade entries lined up and 19 floats w f ere judged. Mean- while, the class of ' 67 treated the freshmen to a chilly swim in Big Creek. Frosh, rebelling at losing the tug-of-war, threw in the sophomores. Despite dust and wind, spectators overflowed Lewis Field Stadium for the game and queen ' s crowning, although Wash- bum ' s Ichabods won 14-7. A dance and the usual private parties culminated the weekend festivities. For the second consecutive year, Alpha Kappa Lambda won sweep- stakes. Their combine harvested Ichabods who were administered first aid by " nurses " from an ambulance. An apple chewing worm won first place in women ' s division for Delta Zeta. First place in men ' s division went to Sigma Phi Epsilon whose float depicted the Headless Horseman pursuing Jehabod Crane. Newsman Club ' s float " He who reaps, " took first in open division. Alumni, faculty and friends relived college days at the smorgasbord. Losers Dunk First Girl in Tug-O-War History Mighty sophomores tug ♦ . - and — Oops! Frosh fall. October 17 is a cold day for a swim — mighty cold ! Defeated freshmen turn the tables on sophomores . . . 26 and dunk even sophomore president Judy Sipe. 1 " Man, you ' ve gotta go north if you want a break, " Don Washington urges James Alexander. ' You won ' t get one here, " ‘Bessie Smith’ Probes Racial Discrimination " The Death of Bessie Smith,” a modern drama concerning racial problems, was the fall production of Alpha Psi Omega. Miss Harriet Ketchum and Judi Vandergriff directed the six- night- run play. In addition to those pictured, other actors were Mike Cotton and Vernon Cowan. " You sit down and cool your heels, boy, " Sue Brown hatefully tells James Alexander when he tries to get aid for Bessie Smith. In a rage, nurse Glenda Spicer threatens intern Bob Young. 27 The Leader ' s mock election In mid-October predicts a landslide victory for Johnson. With the consent of the Associated Press and the Hays Daily New, The Leader staff reads a teletype to find late election results. Norman Brewer dummys up page one with ' Mai ' Applegate s help. 28 Linotype operator Jim Uht sets type from the copy submitted by reporters after it is edited by the editor, for the printing process in the backshop. Leader Scores Big Scoop With Election Special Edition By sponsoring a mock election of national and state officers, then printing a special edition the morning of November 4, The Leader scooped Kansas dailies and gave staffers practical experience in production under pressure. Leader reporters used facilities of the Hays Daily News for Associated Press teletype returns. After studying and editing returns and gathering local data, editor Norman Brewer and his crew returned to the campus to make up the paper and at 1 a.m. met their deadline with Big Jim and the backshop. The press started to roll at 3 a.m. and students picked up their papers as they went to 7:30 classes. Subscribers of area dailies found less complete returns at a later hour that morning. Presses roll in the wee hours of the morning to meet delivery- deadline. The finished product reaches students by 7:30 a.m, p revealing Democratic landslide and local Republican upsf victory. Kathy DeMay leads singing at one of the DZ rush teas. The maintenance department opens the path to learning. Dauntless I y, coeds brave early winter weather. Sororities Welcome Most Rushees Ever! Rushees Kathy Peter and Virginia Swann sit with Tri Sigma Sally Peter at the low Hellenic Holiday tables. 30 Sigma Kappas bid rushers good-night after a preferential party. First Snow, Sorority Rush Arrive Simultaneously The first snow ushered in sorority rush, making shoes soggy, hair droopy and faces rosy. But personality bubbled at the parties as Greeks sought tp impress rushees, and rushees sought to impress Greeks. Themes for the preferential parties included Tc-ke Botche, an oriental scheme; Hellenic Holiday; South Pacific; Pearl and Triangle; and Pink Rose, Snow failed to hamper rushing and pledging new sorority members, and to prevent the majority of students from tromping to classes. Gerry Fehrenbach and Don McElroy know snow won ' t stop dass. " Orientally speaking ' says Alpha Gam Lynda Lynch to rushee Ruth Eichbusb. 31 Would you like to say a few words about being Reveille Queen? ' " Dean Garwood asks Garble Faustian at the Reveille Ball, Dances — Dinners — Festivities Mark Month of December December hailed a flurry of activities, among them the annual Reveille Ball. Carole Faustian was selected Reveille Queen by actor Paul Newman and was crowned at the dance by Dean Garw r ood. New this Christmas and slated to become tradition was the Madrigal Dinner introduced by the Memorial Urnon Variety Committee, The feast in 16th Century English style featured wassail, a boars head, flaming plum pudding, decorations resembling a baronial banquet hall and Madrigal, Singers garbed in medieval costume. For the eighth year, Agnew Hall invited faculty children to a Christ- mas party. Many groups contributed time, energy and friendship to service projects — -giving toys to children and visiting shut-ins. Following tradition, campus organizations hung a tree with Christm as cards and gave it to President Cunningham, A Christmas oratorio, " The Infancy of Christ” was presented December 20 by the combined glee clubs. Concert Choir, Choral Union and Collegian Chorale — accompanied by the College-Community Orchestra. Dances, dinner and a round of parties crowded the schedule until classes dosed December 22 and everyone went home. The Lord of the Manor, Leon Tilbury lifts his cup in a toast to the Christmas season. President Cunningham receives the traditional Christmas card tree. The pre-banquet ceremonial of the boar ' s head highlights the food processional. Faculty children enjoy a Christmas party at Agncw Hall. 33 Moving back into the dorm after Christmas vacation is a tedious undertaking. McGrath Hail residents fin d a little time to relax in the parlor before finals begin. 34 Final Week Means Study and Exhaustion Following Christmas vacation, students returned to school rather reluctantly and while catching up on news, were again involved and engrossed in the routine of classes and a whirlwind of activities. Soon, however, they w ere plunged into dead week, the interval of minimal activity with empha- sis on study which precedes finals. As always, final week was a time of red eyes and frayed nerves, and no one w ? as sorry to see the last test completed During final week, the library becomes the busiest place on campus, When the Reveille deadline and finals coincide, staffers like Robin Parker sleep whenever the opportunity arises. Students frequenting the library with armloads of books are a common sight during the ordeal of final tests. 35 Cade S::ran is presented a basketball signed by team members after the final game of his coaching career Martha Daniel fights cold feet during a heavy February snow. New Semester Brings Increase in Activity After finals and a week of relaxation, school began with new classes, instructors, and a renewed interest in scholastic achievement The spring semester also brought with it a flurry of athletic activities, dances and parties. Delegates Chris Conklin, Judy Sipe, Rod Clausen, Linda Boschwitski, Kerry Thalheim, and Carol Karle leave for the Model United Nations. 36 Dancers crowd the floor at the Tri-Dorm Formal, which was arranged through the efforts of the three women ' s residence halts. Diane Teter and Max Brenner add authenticity to the Leap Week Dance by portraying Daisy Mae and Marry in ' Sam. Jerry Ruttman presides at the coronation of Sweetheart Queen Joyce Super and King Terry Schumacher. SheJIy Carlson takes Leap Week seriously and dutifully serves Rex Hodge coffee in the Union. 37 Greeks Dramatize Annual Spring Sing Costumes, staging effects and a wide variety of instrumentation added new life to Greek Sing this year. The program was presented March 10 with seven fraternities and four sororities participating. Alpha Gamma Delta captured the first place trophy in the women ' s division, with Sigma Sigma Sigma taking second First place in the men ' s division was won by Sigma Phi Epsilon; second place went to Tau Kappa Epsilon. Janet Nelson and Jim Long accept Greek Sing trophies from Master of Ceremcnies Brooks Kellogg- 36 Right: The Alpha Gams sing proudly of the " Tin of Pearls " which represents their sorority, Bvtiom: Under the direction of Jim Long, the Sig Eps sing their way to the first place trophy for the fourth con- secutive year. Jose Greco and partner present an unusually good display of flamenco dancing. Campus Welcomes Quality Performers During the spring semester the Artists and Lectures and Union Pops Programs continued the presentation of top qual- ity performers. The Artists and Lectures committee arranged the appear- ances of the National Ballet of Canada, NBC White House Correspondent Sander Vanocur and the internationally known author of Black Like Me, John Howard Griffin. Tom Paxton, folk singer and song writer, and Leon Bibb, a balladeer and singer whose many recordings, television ap- pearances and concert tours have brought him great critical acclaim, were presented by the Union Pops series. Top. John Howard Griffin explains the intricate problems of the Southern Negro to a capacity audience in Sheridan Coliseum. Bottom : Polk Singer Leon Bibb tells a tragic tale in ballad form. 39 George Kay and Jerry Mithaelis add a lively touch by singing " Dang Me " In their own inimitable fashion. Mary Maude Moore joins the Jmpromptwos in the grand finale an inspirational rendition of " People 1 40 The lilting music of " Never On Sunday " provides the background for a modern dance by members of Orchesis. Poise ’n Ivy Combines Vocal Music, Dancing The Impromptwos, the Men ' s and Women ' s Glee Clubs, and Orthesis combined talents to present Poise ' n Ivy, April 15 and 16 in Sheridan Coliseum. The groups presented a wide variety of selections ranging from " Walk on the Wild Side " and " Frankie an 1 johnny” to " Beyond the Blue Horizon " and ' It Might as Well Be Spring. " Mary Maude Moore directed the two and one-half hour show and Jerry Ruttman served as master of ceremonies. Top: Excitement fills the air as the Impromptwos board the plane for their trip to the Far East. Bottom: The bartender, Wayne Witwer, warns Frankie, Rita Saddler, of Johnny ' s faithless tendencies in the Impromptwos " version of " Frankie an " Johnny. " ' 41 Malloy Hall s Fdten-Surt Theater is named for James R Start and Lucille Felten, who, jointly, have served almost a century on the FHS faculty. Felten-Start Theater Honors Individuals Felten-Start Theater is the only room named to honor individuals. Opened late in spring, the theater still lacked permanent seats and carpeting but pro- vided suitable quarters for drama and music events with limited audiences. The Fine Arts Festival early in May drew crowds to the student art show, Purple Onion Coffee House and Village Montmarte art sale. Meanwhile, Spring Spiel, Readers ' Theater and Little Theater presenta- tions played to packed houses, and IRC stirred up a lively controversy in the annual Foreign Affairs Conference, The Union ' s ' Purple Onion” offered a series of student talent and outside attractions, headed by Kermit Bloomgarden, Broadway producer. Diplomats from Russia, England, Germany and the United States discuss world affairs. 42 Tes Monsters ' 1 ' add a ghoulish touch to Fort Hays Singers ' Spring Spiel, Kermit Bloomgarden., Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway producer, conducts an informal discussion in conjunction with the Fine Arts Festival, 43 A smooth, swift change of riders can easily mean the difference between winning and losing the race. President Cunningham crowned Furlough Queen Eulonda Schoeni at a Friday afternoon ceremony. Jo Anne Dreiling and Doris Leiker were attendants. 44 Top: Wheeler Dealers are Mickey Wa singer, Lois Fagerquist, Jeannene Tucker Sharon Bean, Sherry Adams. Bottom . McGrath Hall team members are Jim Otis, Don Hock etf. Rich Lebsaek, Tom McLalin, Joe Miller, Dan Merrill. Fort Hays Furlough Clears $500 for Scholarships The second annual Fort Hays Furlough began with the Friday afternoon coronation ceremony of Furlough Queen Fulonda Schoent and attendants Jo Anne Dreiling and Doris Leiker Friday evening the temmile women ' s bicycle race, in which fourteen teams participated, was won by the Wheeler Dealers, an independent team from McMindes Hall. Later as a climax to spring training, two Tiger teams battled in an inter-squad football game. Saturday afternoon events included the thirty-mile men’s bicycle race won by McGrath HalF A variety musical show, including the Fort Hays Singers and the Concert Choir ended the jam-packed week ' end. The Furlough cleared 5500 to be used for scholarships for FHS students next fall. Sharon Bean rides hard to maintain the Wheeler Dealers ' lead in the women ' s bicycle race. 45 For no specific reason, an effigy of Dr Lloyd Herren hangs from a tree east of the Memorial Union. Mishaps Help Create Unique Year at FHS Mishaps also helped create the unique year 1964-65 at FHS. After an effigy hanging in February, vandals struck the Sigma Phi Epsilon annex in March, painting red ZZZ ' s all over the place. Anonymous phone calls to the Sig Eps and Dean of Men Bill Jcllison insisted that the banned drinking fraternity, Zeta Zeta Zeta, didn ' t do it, A fire in Custer Hall, caused by drying lingerie in a hair dryer, resulted in criticism and review of procedures in case of fire. And after gracing campus for about 43 years, the weathered stone of the fountain in front of Picken Hall, split from freez- ing and thawing. rtf , B ' t3U ■ m ■ is 9 Iff Sig Eps examine the damage to their house, which was in- flicted during the night by vandals. Demonstrating one of the latest fads in hair styling, Rita Oetken uses a hot iron to straighten Donna Lietz ' s hair. 46 After a fire in a room of Custer Hall, a fireman surveys a pik of ruined bedding. Passers-by observe breakage of the fountain, which was attributed to freezing and thawing. 47 Utilizing a short break, Jan Thurlow crams at the last minute. Dr. Lawrence Pugh passes out final tests to his human growth and development dass. During a final test, students skeptically contemplate essay questions on the blackboard. Vernon Tillberg and Jim Eisenhour wonder which is the worse end -of- year ordeal — finals or packing. Finals Finally Finish, Moving Home Begins Both dead week and final week passed quickly, and students began saying reluctant good ' by s to their friends and moving out of dormitories, apartments, and fraternity and sorority houses, Jim Heskett lends Darnell Keller a helping hand as she loads her car for the trip home. Vernon Tillberg balances precariously to probe the depths of his cupboard. 49 Dr. Lawrence Rarick delivers the ser- mon at baccalaureate ceremonies. At commencement. Beatrice jacquart gives the graduation address, entitled ' Stand Tall — You Are a Kansan. " FHS Alumni Speak at 1965 Graduation Dr. Lawrence Rarick, professor of physical edu- cation at the University of Wisconsin, and Beatrice Jacquart, Satanta editor -legislator, presented the bac- calaureate sermon and the commencement ad dress to 499 spring graduates. Both Dr. Rarick and Miss Jacquart have been selected to receive the annual Alumni Achievement Awards, Dr. Rarick, in addi- tion to teaching and doing research, serves on the President ' s Council on Physical Fitness and has made notable contributions to the care and education of retarded children. Miss Jacquart, a veteran in the Kansas House of Representativ es, is on the governing board of the FHS Endowment Association and the Kansas University Mineral Industries Council, When torrential rains forced Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies indoors, only graduates and a limited number of ticket holders could share in the activities. Parents and friends packed the halls and set- tled for a remote control program as they heard the speeches and presentations from comfortable seats in the Memorial Union. Candidates receive degrees from Standlee V Dalton, director of admissions, and congratulations from President M. C Cunningham. 50 ACADEMICS The search for knowledge, the desire to comprehend and interpret, the need to progress in mental stature— these impulses prompt students to seek a college educa- tion. Learning through classes, practical experience and individual research, and by experimentation, observation and analysis they pursue their quest to prepare them- selves to meet the changing world and to help determine those changes yet to come. While a student lives and learns, he gives a part of himself to his Alma Mater, and because of him, and what he seeks while he is there, the college progresses. This is why Fort Hays State is here— to serve and be served, to grow with its ever-increasing family of stu- dents, faculty and alumni. Psychologists Survey Educational Problems Education and psychology majors share a common goal — a better understanding of people and their behavior. The education program is designed (1) to provide professional preparation for careers in elementary and secondary education; (2) to promote and direct research in problems of teaching, counseling, supervision, adminis- tration, curriculum and child development; (3) to extend research assistance to schools and related professional groups of Kansas; (4) to co-operate with state, regional and national agencies to improve education, professional organizations and lay groups. One innovation in the education program this year was the launching of team teaching in an effort to give students more thorough and comprehensive instruction. Beginning courses in psychology introduce the stu- dent to the major areas, such as child growth and develop- ment, social interaction, personality, learning and experi- mental and research methods. In these courses the student participates chiefly in lectures and discussions. However, in advanced courses he is allowed to do independent library and laboratory research. Recess supplies an opportunity for student instructor to become better acquainted with students and to create a more relaxed atmosphere. Casting off any inhibitions she may have concerning rodents, a psychology student carefully checks a test rat ' s weight for a psychological experiment. 52 FHS Meets Demand in Library Science Graduates in the field of secondary education are discovering an increasing demand for qualified high school librarians. And the FHS library science program is helping to meet this demand by affording secondary education majors the opportunity to be- come qualified teacher librarians in Kansas schools. Although the college offers no major in library science a maximum of 25 hours credit can he earned in the field. Dr Jeanne Kuhn and Dr. Edith Dobbs, pro- fessors in education, are now promoting a program which would also give elementary education majors sufficient hours in library science to be school librar- ians. Students interested in library science can antic- ipate brighter opportunities due to the expansion of the National Defense Education Act to include it. In Forsyth Library the quest for knowledge originates with two willing hands and an index card. A student teacher experiences ihe guiding a young mind. long-awaited task of Phyllis Borens explains proper operation of microfilm machine to Maureen Hillman. 53 Francis Bailey British judge and children ' s social worker, receives punch from Alice McFarland, judge Bailey was sponsored by the honors pro- gram in March. Outstanding Students Sought to Enter Honors Program Superior students who possess an unsat table desire to know are sought for participation in the honors program. Only outstanding high school seniors and college students who maintain a grade average of 2.5 or above are invited to enter the program. Participants are expected to read widely and are given the opportunity to discuss the great ideas and issues which confront man. Courses axe offered in the humanities, social and natural sciences. Dean Jellison visits with Glenda Cleveland and JoNelle Orley at a reception fat honors program students. Myrl V. Walker conducts a discussion on soil conservation in honors colloquium 32 . 54 Working for exactness, Ken Drilling and Dave Jones turn a piece of metal on the lathe. Molten metal emits intense heat as it is poured into a casting. Creativity Is Encouraged in Applied Arts Division lome economics teaches gracious living. Some of the best equipped departments on campus are in applied arts, where informal classroom situations, work areas and projects offer students an avenue for creativity and originality and allow them to establish dose association with faculty mem- bers. In addition to teacher preparation, applied arts train students for a multitude of careers in art, home economics and related fields and industrial arts. The annual Industrial Arts Fair recognizes and challenges high school students and their instructors to fine craftsmanship. Home economics students find outlet through local, state and national organizations and prepare for careers in extension work, dietetics, interior decorating and teaching. The Art Show and Village Art Sale enable art students to gain recognition and market their creations. 55 Care and precision are vital Ingredients in a chemistry experiment. Physics students, Ron Bowman, and Rex Davis, experiment with sensitive equipment Division Contributes Scientists to Area Having as its primary objective the educating of qualified scientific personnel for positions in the national economy, the physical science division also promotes scientific careers by sending a number of its faculty mem- bers and students to act as visiting scientists in area high schools. The division has contributed toward upgrading science and mathematics instructors by conducting insti- tutes sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Graduates in physical science enter fields in science and mathematics, obtain teaching positions or go on to graduate study. Kansas abounds with areas for geological study. Students investigate the region surrounding Cobra Rock near the Castle Rock chalk beds in Western Kansas. ¥ ; T ; ‘ . ' V - ' MflAiSI 4.V itory facilitates teaching German for Dr, Roman Kuchar. Malloy Opens New Vistas for Radio, Drama, Speech it was a year of anticipating new quarters for speech faculty and students. With access to Malloy Hall in late March, the new Readers ' Theater, radio and other groups had room for progress. Inclusion of language faculty from German, Russian, French and Spanish -speaking countries lent authenticity to the language program. Multi-lingual ity among language teachers is now commonplace. Dr. Geneva Herndon and speech correction students discuss and evaluate therapy techniques, while observing through a one-way mirror. Radio students gain practical experience by working in campus station KFHS. Biological Research Strong Study Program The ideal location in the central portion of the Great Plains for investigation of the grassland region, and a strong research program for study of the ecology and taxonomy of plants and animals vitalize the I HS biologi- cal science division. The High Plains Zoological Museum, begun three years ago, now contains 4,000 specimens of mammals, 1 00 specimens of reptiles and amphibians and over 1,000 specimens of birds for study and research. Over 30,000 plant specimens can be found in the herbarium. Four general areas — agriculture, biology, botany and zoology— comprise the division. Students in agriculture are trained to become better farmers or to enter the fields of industry and government service. Those in the three other areas prepare for careers in teaching and applied science and for graduate work, A number of students receive training in medicine and related fields. Bachelors degrees may be obtained in all areas and master’s degrees in biology, botany, zoology and sci- ence education Three agriculture students help radon feed to steers on the college farm. Larry Belcher carefully mounts a mammal to be added to the collection. Fort Hays State ' s grass judging team of Jim Ochs h Clyde Goodman, Dak Kirkham and Norman Bamberger discuss grass specimens with Harold Nagel. 58 All Phases of HPER Closely Coordinated Selectivity keys the I ; HS health, physical edu- cation and recreation program. With the exception of one required course in fundamentals, men and women are free to choose from a wide variety of courses to fulfill the four-hour physical education requirement Ail phases of the program — (I) requir ed ac- tivity for freshmen and sophomores, (2) intramurals, (3) intercollegiate competition, and (4) professional p repa ra t ion- — a re c lose! y coo rd in a ted . Service and professional programs are continual- ly evaluated and revised to render them more com- prehensive. The college’s emphasis on gymnastics and its location were vital factors in its selection to host the second annual NAIA Gymnastics Meet. FHS also hosted the 1965 CIC Golf and Tennis Tournaments. Mike Beims shows good form in executing a dive. Camera catches Cheryl Koehler momentarily suspended high above the trampoline. 69 I Business Fraternities Chartered on Campus To keep abreast of rapid expansion, the business and eco- nomics division established two national business fraternities this year. Pi Omega Pi, fraternity for prospective business instruct- ors, was re-established after a long absence from the campus dating back to World War II. Alpha Kappa Psi, men ' s business fraternity which ex- cludes prospective instructors, was also chartered. The division added much equipment to accommodate the increasing number of business students. Many students enroll in the one-year secretarial course, but an even larger share enroll in four-year business pro- grams. Typists strive to improve speed during timed writing. Keith Faulkner, who teaches IBM courses, explains advantages of IBM typewriter to Jim Erickson and Bev Caret son. Business majors Larry Trussed and Walter Manteuffel gain practical experience by working in the business office- 60 Dr. Leo Oliva talks with his class about the exploration and settlement of the West, emphasizing the development of the Great Plains, Caked in day, this Spanish chain mail is believed by Dr. Eugene Craine to have come from the Coronado Expedition of 1 54 1 . Kenneth F- Terry discovered it at the Saxman Site southeast of Lyons and donated it to the college museum. History Emphasizes Ideas of Mankind History courses offer an integrated survey of man and society with special emphasis on the devel- opment of the ideas of mankind. Political science and sociology deal with life as organized under society and gov ernment. The history program has now moved beyond the idea of basic courses into a full curriculum with graduate work. International Relations Club encourages the enrollment of foreign students by supplying at least one scholarship yearly for this purpose. Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary history fraternity, recog- nizes outstanding history students. In political science, students study county, city, national and European governments. Courses fur- nish a foundation for citizenship, leadership, teach- ing and international understanding. They also give students a background for professional courses in law, social and government service. Sociology courses enable the student to see himself in relation to those around him and help him to function more effectively in society. From sociology, students gain a useful background for social work, teaching, law, civil sendee, medicine, personnel work and business administration. 61 Malloy Provides Impetus for More Student Effort With the opening of Malloy Half FHS geared its music program to nirvv surroundings. Spacious rooms and better facilities provided the impetus for more concentrated student effort The hall made available two and one-half times as many practice rooms, two rehearsal halls, better equipment and facilities to more than 700 music students. Felten-Start Theater, although small, provided fine facilities for small music and dramatic productions. Placing emphasis on music education, the music division offers pro- grams for bachelor s and master ' s degrees. The need for performance is also recognized, and numerous vocal and instrumental groups afford all music students the opportunity for development and expression. Intent concentration is evident in the fires of these three bassoonists during % practice session. Top: Doc Severinson of the " Tonight Show " demonstrates trumpeting ability to a group of students. Severinson visited the campus in November. Middle; Malloy Hall provides students with 24 music library listening stations such as these, compared to eight before its opening. Bottom: Pep Band strikes up a rousing number to urge the Tigers onward. Mrs. Sherry Fehrcnbachcr, R. N., administers a tuberculin test to two children with the assistance of student nurse Karyl Brickey. Potential Nurses Work Toward R.N. License The basic professional nursing program at FHS, fully accredited by the Kansas State Board of Nursing, offers poten- tial nurses the unique opportunity to simultaneously attend college and work toward the R. N. license. Since all courses in the program carry college credit, stu- dents save two years of college time. Students obtain basic medical and surgical nursing experience at Hadley Memorial Hospital in Hays. Through affiliations in Chicago, Denver and Topeka, students receive specialized training. Student nurses familiarize themselves with the incubator by practicing with a doll. A student health nurse draws blood from Allen Webster for the Red Cross Btoodmobile which came to FHS in March. One hundred students donated blood. 63 Perhaps the most visible exhibition of singing praise for the Black and Gold occurs at sports events. When spectators unite to cheer for Tiger competitors, they realize a common loyalty seldom experienced elsewhere on campus. This bond of loyalty develops into a lasting link between alumni and FHS. Wherever a graduate goes, he hears with interest and pride the reports of his Alma Mater. In accordance with a standard of excellence, FHS athletes continue to achieve better marks. Many records were broken this year, only to be topped someday through the efforts of coming generations. This is progress, moving time, poetry in action, a common loyalty- — Tiger sports, 1964-19 5 64 VALOR LASTS- -ONLY THE SCORES CHANGE 65 Sore muscles demand massaging. C outd be better! . . . BLOCK . . . 66 Viewed Backstage Preparation prevents injuries. 67 Therapeutic whirlpool . . , relaxation for strained muscles. Taping ankles is one of Coach Liemohn ' s tasks. Precaution, Practice Precede Performances Numerous exercises are a part of each daily workout; Coach Suran consoles forlorn players at halftime as he maps new strategy for second half. V_, 0 Buck row: B. Estes, G. Leitner, E. Hart, T. Hihbcrd, E. McNeil, W. liemohn, W. McConnell, D. Hildebrand, J. Hadett, B, Getty trainer, D. Washington, G. King, K Vehigc, J. Eisenhour. Third row: C Myers, G. Lfngle T. Claycamp, J. Obeman, L. Thurlow, S. Base, B. Van De Creek, D. Givens, F. Brungardt, B, Ham, J, Kilboume, H, Sellers, R Barnett. Second row: F. Weers, C- Adams, D. Fryman, C. Engle, L. Noffinger, J. Erickson, P, Monty, B. Johnson, T. Stevens, j. Johnson, S, Worley, L. Hayden, D. Bean. Front row: B. Chase, R. Clark, R, Darst, B. Blevins, K. Drelllng, D. Jones, G. Mauch, D. Hays, R. Morel, B. Anthony, M. VanLaningham, B. Niles, D. Opdycke. Tigers Post 5-4-0 Season The 1964 version of Wayne McConnell’s Tigers compiled a winning and record-breaking season. The Tigers smashed 11 school grid records and tied six others while slating a 54 season and a second- place tie in CIC action. Dave Jones, 200-pound veteran, ended his football career at FHS by earning a berth on the NAIA second team A II- American squad as a defensive linebacker. Dave was also elected to the Associated Press Little All-American second defensive team, was awarded of- fensive and defensive positions on the AH-CIC selections and earned a defensive berth on the All-District 10 NAIA squad. Senior Ken Dreiling was placed on the honorable mention list of the NAIA All- American teams, and garnered first team honors on the AI1-CIC and All-District 10 defensive squads. Four other Tigers earned positions on the All -CIC second team. Elected were Steve Worley, senior fullback; Bob Johnson, sophomore quarterback; Clark Engle, senior tackle; and Ron Morel, sophomore defensive back. Selected by Tiger team vote as individual standouts were Jones and Engle, honorary co-captains; Dreiling, best lineman; Worley, best back; Jones, most inspirational player; and Roger Clark, rookie of the year. E. McNeil, line coach; W. McConnell, head coach; X ,r . Liemohn, end coach; L. Dreiling, assistant coach; D Hildebrand, grad- uate assistant; J, Hazlett, graduate assistant. Season Record Junior Varsity Record FHS 25 Kearney State 7 FHS 6 Kearney State 37 FHS 6 McCook Jr. College 45 FHS 35 Kearney State 14 FHS 27 Southwestern Oklahoma 19 FHS 7 Col o rado W estern 23 FHS 40 Central Missouri 6 FHS 7 Washburn University 14 FHS 20 Emporia State Teachers 19 FHS 19 Southern Colorado 34 FHS 40 Pittsburg State ... 7 FHS 15 Omaha University 35 71 KEN DKEILTNG NAT A All-American Honorable Mention Defense All-District 10 Defense A1I-CIC Defense Lineman of the Year DAVE JONES NAIA All-American Second Team Defense Associated Press Little All-American Second Team Defense All-District 10 Defense AII-CIC Offense and Defense Honorary Tiger Co- Cap tain Most Inspirational Player Jones, Dreiling Earn NAIA All-American Berths Ron Morel, top CIC punter, gets away another ball while Steve Worley stalls Central Missouri defense. FHS 33 — Kearney State 14 FHS launched the 1964 season with a 3M4 romp over a tough Kearney State squad. Excellent defensive pursuit by Dave Jones, Bernie Blevins and Dudley Fryman turned Antelope fumbles into Tiger touehdowns. Senior Steve Worley drove for 131 yards to bring his career total to 1,502, which surpassed the mark set by Dave Parker in the 1961 and ' 62 seasons. Early in the second period Jack Johnson ran 56 yards for a Tiger touchdown, and Worley charged over for his first TD of the season, Ron Morel caught two TD passes to tie the school record for the most TD passes caught by one man in a game. The opening-game defeat was Kearney’s only loss during the ’64 season. 72 FHS 27 — Southwestern Oklahoma 19 The first home game of 1964 provided excitement and enthusiasm for Tiger fans. The Bengal s shattered two school records and downed Southwestern Oklahoma 27-19. Bob Johnson led his team to a total of 467 yards rushing, which surpassed the 1954 total of 443 yards. The Tigers totaled 25 first downs to break a record of 21 set in ’62. Francis Weers pulled down a pass from Bob Johnson and ran 34 yards for a Tiger TD. Bob Johnson ran the remaining three TD’s while accumulating 215 yards total offense to tie Dave Parker s single-game total established in ' 62 against Washburn A bruising defense led by Jones, Ron Darst, Morel and Max VanLaningham limited Oklahoma to one TD until the final stanza. Southwestern quarterback Mike Freeman passed for two of the Bulldogs’ TDs and halfback Bill Taylor ran 22 yards for the remaining score. Fullback Steve Worley charges into the Kearney State secondary to break the school career rushing record. Tigers Smash Records Tiger defenders Max VanLaningham, Doug Opdycke and Ron Morel dose in on a Colorado Western halfback FHS 7— Colorado Western 23 The Tigers suffered their first loss of the season before a Parents’ Day crowd of 6,000 fans. Early in the game Colorado Western showed its powerful offensive ability by driving 94 yards in 20 plays for the first TD The only scoring in the second quarter was a field goal by Colorado’s John Yankowich, which ended the first half with a 9-0 Colorado lead. After intermission the Coloradoans marched for a second TD when Clyde Wilson went over from the five. A slashing Colorado defense held the Tigers down until early in the fourth quarter when Bob Johnson passed to Jack Johnson for a 44-yard tally, VanLan ingham’s placement attempt was good and the score stood 16-7. FHS’s only chance for a comeback was to go to the air. The strategy failed when Larry Smith intercepted a Leo Hayden pass and ran 33 yards for another Colorado tally and the 23-7 victory, Ken Drciling’s 17 tackles topped the Bengal defense. 73 Tackle Bill Chase scores after recovering fumble, returns to a welcoming sideline, and receives congratulations from teammate Leo Hayden. CLARK ENGLE All-CIC Second Team Offense and Defense Honorary Co -Captain Tigers Tie for Second in CIC FHS 40 — Central Missouri 6 Tiger team spirit and enthusiasm stood out as offensive and defensive units worked together to bury Central Missouri State, 40-6. The Tigers secured three TD’s in the first 12 minutes of play. Leading Tiger scor- ing was Bob Johnson, who made three touchdowns and passed for another. Johnson gained a total of 129 yards. Halfback Jack Johnson gained 77 yards rushing and fullback Worley added 72 yards from scrimmage. Blevins Jed Tiger tacklers with 10, followed by Darst w r ith nine and Bob Anthony, w ' ho had seven, Anthony also intercepted two passes. FHS 7— Washburn University 14 Washburns Ichabods spoiled the Tiger Home- coming w r ith a 14-7 defeat. Washburn quickly scored tw-o TD ' s in the first stanza and controlled the ball during much of the remaining time. However, defensive end Bill Chase turned an Ichabod fumble on the tw ? o yard line into a Tiger touchdown in the second period. CHARGE!! The Tiger secondary unit of Bob Niles, Morel and Anthony limited the Ichabods to only 23 yards passing. Leading Tiger tackier against the Ichabods was Jones with 18, followed by Blevins and Morel with 16 each. The Ichabods had a 267 to 136 advantage in total offense, in- dicative of the strength that made WU the CIC champion. FHS 20 — Em pond State 19 The Bengals defeated Emporia State on the Hornet field for the first time since 1932, spoiling Hornet enthusiasm by a narrow margin of 20-1% Emporia ' s solid passing attack was led by quarterback Max Smith, who connected on 20 of 32 attempts for 177 yards. Jack Johnson led FHS in rushing with 79 yards, fol- lowed by Worley with 50 yards. Tiger defensive standouts were Jones with 16 tackles, Anthony with 11 and freshman Terry Q ay camp with 9 stops. More! brought down a pass from Bob Johnson for a 20- yard TD, and Jones w ? as credited with another score on an 18-yard fumble return. Bob Johnson scored next for the Tigers w ' ith a one-yard plunge, and VanLaningham brought Tiger scoring to 20 with tw r o extra-point kicks. Central Mo. defender doses in on Jack Johnson; Worley runs interference. Dave Jones, Roger Clark. Gordon Mauch and Ken Dreiting tighten in on a Washburn halfback. Tigers Down Hornets at Emporia’s Band Day 7S Doug Opdycke, with assistance from Ron Morel and Max VanLaningham, downs a Colorado Western halfback. Worley Exceeds Mile in Career Total Rushing Bill Ham holds for Max VanLaningham’s extra point attempt against Central Mo. STEVE WORLEY AI1-CIC Second Team Offense Best Back 76 ROGER CLARK Rookie of the Year CIO Standings W L T Washburn University 4 0 0 Fort Hays State . 2 2 0 Omaha University 2 2 0 Pittsburg State 2 2 0 Emporia State 0 4 0 FHS 19 Southern Colorado 34 The Bengals left C1C action and traveled to Southern Colorado to compete with a tough non-conference team. The Indians rolled over the I Igors for a 34-1 9 triumph. Quarterback Bob Johnson was injured in the early part of the second quarter, and veteran Max VanLaningham was chosen to lead the Tigers. He completed seven of 15 passes for 115 yards, scored twice and passed for a third TD. Leading rusher for the Tigers was Jack Johnson with 52 yards. The Bengal halfback also snared four aerials for 65 yards. Defensive standouts were Blevins with 10 tackles, Dreiling with nine and Bob Niles with eight FHS 40 — Pittsburg State 7 A determined and spirited squad battered Pitts- burg s favored Gorillas, 40-7, in the last home game. The win over Pittsburg was an excellent team performance and w r as considered the Tigers ' best show- ing of the 1964 season. Good blocking by offensive ends Charley Adams and Weers enabled backs to run either end. Quarterback Bob Johnson spearheaded the Tiger drive, gaining 182 yards rushing and scoring three touchdowns. Sparking the Bengal defense in their final home game were Jones and Dreiling. Jones intercepted two aerials and was in on 16 tackles. Dreiling was FHS ' s " Johnnie-on-the-spot, " as the scrappy guard made numerous key tackles. Worley totaled 87 yards rushing while VanLaningham added 32 yards to the Tiger attack, FHS 13 — Omaha University 33 The last game of 1964 went to Omaha University ' s powerful Indians 33-1 5 . The Tiger defensive unit was unable to halt the Indians " blitz offensive team. The Indians rolled over the Tigers for a total of 471 yards total offense, compared to FHS ' s 237. Freshman Roger Clark recovered a fumble on the 0U 10 to set up the Tigers ' first TD. Then Omaha built up a 33-9 yead before Anthony nabbed a pass from VanLaningham for a 43 -yard touchdown on the last play of the game. Defensive leaders for FHS were Dreiling and Jones, each figuring in 14 tackles. Morel was in on 12 stops and Chase added 10. Morel also intercepted two passes and Dreiling blocked an extra-point attempt. Worley led the Tiger rushers with 65 yards in 15 carries. FHS and Omaha ended their season in a tie for second place in the CIC standings, Quarterback hob Johnson laterals to Steve Worley for a Tiger gain against Emporia State. ' TOOK Back row: Jack Harms, joe Toyman, Jerry Katz, Cecil Johnson Front row: Charlie Rose, Lowell Smith, Don Lakin, Gerald HerteL Cross Country Team Wins First CIC Title Don Lakin and Charlie Rose set the pace at the FHSTmporia dual. Coach Alex Francis, in his 1 8th year at FHS and ninth as cross country mentor, led the Tiger thindads to their first CIC championship since the conference and FHS added I the sport in 1956 The Ben gals swamped arch-rival Emporia State 22-44 to end the Hornet ' s eight-year reign. Tiger harriers finished 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th. 7th, 11th and 1 2th. Leading the Tigers was junior Don Lakin, who finished six seconds off Hornet John Camien ' s pace to snare second, Lakin s time of 19:50 shattered his existing school record of i 20:08, which he had set two weeks before. The Bengals posted a 3-1 mark in dual meets and finished first and second in all other invitationaJs. Defending their 1063 NAT A championship, the Tigers had to settle for third place as a record number of teams and runners competed in the national meet at Omaha. Lakin again led the Tigers by capturing third place, the highest individual finish in the national meet in FHS history-. Other Black and Gold finishers were Charlie Rose, 1 4th; Jerry Katz, 22nd; Gerald Her tel, 27th; Low-ell Smith, 35th; Cecil Johnson, 50th; and Jack Harms, 57th 78 Season Record Don La km earns third in NAIA meet. CIC Standings Fort Hays State 22 Emporia State 44 Pittsburg State 84 Omaha University 87 FHS 23 Kearney State 36 FHS 28 Emporia State 29 FHS 3 Hutchinson JC . 22 (B Team FHS 19 Kearney State 40 FHS 19 Hutchinson JC 36 (B Team) FHS 32 Oklahoma City University 23 Wichita Invitational: 2nd Oklahoma State: 2nd Federation Invitational: 2nd CIC Meet: 1st Missouri Valley AAU; 1st NAIA Meet: 3rd COACH ALEX FRANCIS Tiger thmdads take a practice jog around the track. Lakin Runs Third in NAIA; Matching FHS’s Best Tiger B Team: Earl Planner, Charles Johnson, Flanders Byford f Duane Harper, Lynn Havel, Ned Cleaves, 79 Back cow, from left: Ray McGavran, assistant; Larry Bates graduate Cleat Doyel, Bill Strait Cade Suran, head coach. From row -■ A] BS Linger, assistant ; Johnnie Locke, Fred Andregg, Jude Gerstner.. Richard Schur, jerry Maska, Doug Harris, Don Givens, Darrell Ehrlich, Bill Royer, Tigers Tie for Second in CIC Competition FHS finished the 1964-1965 basketball season in a second-place tie with Washburn and Omaha in CIC standings. The Tigers won four and lost four in conference games and ended with a season tally of nine wins and 1$ losses. Coach Cade Suran s final Tiger squad started fast with three straight victories on the home court, upsetting a powerful St. Benedict ' s squad, 91-74, But several defeats on the road hampered the Bengals, and during the first semester the cagers lost eight of 13 games. All but two of the season s losses were on the road; the only losses on the home court were Pittsburg State, 83-79, and Southern Colorado, 88-83. The Tigers bounced back early in the second semester, with their biggest i mprovement showing up in field goal accuracy. The Bengals compiled a hot 48,1 shooting percentage in their final eight games. Five school records were changed during the season. The squad s final full-season shooting percentage of 43.6 was the top mark in the history of FHS, bettering last year ' s 43.5 chart. In the second half of the Emporia State con- test, the Tigers poured in 66 points for the best single-half scoring performance in school history, bettering the 64 tallies against Kearney State in 1962. Dick Schur earned the career field goal percentage record: The 6-6 forward tossed in 51,2 percent in two seasons, topping Herb Stange s 46.1 in the 1961-63 seasons. Two less favorable school marks were 12 consecutive losses away from home, beginning in the 1963-64 season, and 110 points scored by Quincy College. The first figure broke the record of 10 straight road losses set in 1955-56, and the second tied the top score ever against FHS, 110 points by j Southern Colorado State last season. Cleat Doyel, junior center, was awarded first team All-CIC recognition. He led FHS with 15.1 points per game for the season and 19-3 per game | in league play. Doyel was also the team leader in rebounding and assists, with an average of 9.0 rebounds per game. Tiger captain Johnnie Locke earned a. berth on the second team All-CIC squad. Johnnie averaged 11.2 points per game, trailing Schur who scored 1 1.5 per game. Schur and senior Jude Gerstner were named in the All-CIC honorable mention list. Seniors Bill Royer, Gerstner and Schur ended their careers with FHS in the season finale against Washburn. Coach Cade Suran finished his 19 -year career as FHS ' s head basketball coach this season. He succeeded the late Paul " Busch " Gross as athletic director in January. Suran, 53, has been on the coaching staff since 1946, A native of Saline County, he earned his bachelor’s degree at Kansas Wesleyan University in 1934 and his master ' s at FHS in 1950. As basketball coach, the genial mentor guided his Tiger teams to 264 victories and 151 losses in 19 seasons. That span included only four losing seasons, and one of those (1957- 58) came when Suran was on leave due to ill health. His teams won the CIC championship in 1950, 1959, 1962 and 1963 and competed in the NAIA Tournament of Champions three times, finishing fourth in 1959 and 1963. 81 Season Record FHS 82 Southwestern Oklahoma 72 FHS 86 Sou thwes tern College 62 FHS 91 St, Benedicts 74 FHS 67 Hastings College 82 FHS 80 Kearney State 83 FHS 104 Northwestern Oklahoma 88 FHS 80 Quincy College 110 FHS 65 Oklahoma Baptist 67 FHS 78 St. Cloud Minnesota 84 FHS 62 Pittsburg State 74 FHS 77 Lincoln University , 86 FHS 92 Omaha University 63 FHS 75 Southern Colorado 88 FHS 83 Southern Colorado 88 FHS 79 Southern Colorado . 71 FHS 74 Emporia State 60 FHS 75 Washburn University 95 FHS 103 Emporia State 72 FHS 79 Pittsburg State S3 FHS 57 Omaha University 58 FHS 79 St, Benedict ' s 86 FHS 98 Washburn University 75 FHS 82— Southwestern Oklahoma 72 The Tigers survived a frigid second half to win their season opener for the seventh straight year, 82-72, over Southwestern Oklahoma State. The Bengals broke an 18-18 tie on a fast break layup by Gordon Stout with 12:35 left in the first half and never trailed after that. They steadily pulled away to earn a 10-point lead at halftime, with senior guard Neal Kinlund’s 13 points setting the pace in the first half. After intermission, the visiting Bulldogs closed the margin until they trailed by only three points, 63-60, with 8 I 2 minutes left in the game. The Tigers bounced back to a 73 64 advantage with 31 2 minutes left, but Southwestern State closed the gap again to 76-72 with a minute left. Cleat Doyel, Bill Royer and Stout rolled in for successive layups during the final 57 seconds to preserve the decision. Center Doyel wound up with 17 points for top scoring honors, followed by Kin hind, who finished with 1 6 tallies. FHS 86 — -Southwestern College 62 Everyone on the team got into the act as the Tigers ran away from Southwestern College of Winfield, 86-62, All 15 Tigers in suit played and 14 made the scoring column. Early in the first quarter, the home forces had a 17-10 ad- vantage, and they were never headed after that. After a 42-34 halftime lead, the Bengals pulled away steadily throughout the last half, including runs of eight and seven points while holding the visiting Moundbuilders scoreless. It w f as the Bengal bench that did the damage. The starting five finished with a total of 23 points, as reserves poured in 63- Tiger junior Bill Strait led both teams in scoring and re- bounding. The tough Bengal dropped in 17 points and brought down 12 rebounds. The Tigers hit 43.1 per cent from the field compared to Southwestern ' s 39.2 per cent. FHS 91— St. Benedict s 74 Sheridan Coliseum w as filled with excitement as the Fort Hays Tigers staged a fantastic comeback to bury St, Benedict’s 91-74 for the Tigers third straight victory of the season. St. Benedict ' s lived up to its fine reputation in the first half, blocking Tiger shots, breaking the Bengals full-court press and hustling to a 42-32 halftime lead. The Tiger comeback started after intermission, as junior Doyel hanged in five straight points to cut the Raven lead to five points. It was nip and tuck for the next 61 3 minutes, and 5t. Benedict ' s held a 64-63 advantage with seven minutes to play. Then the roof fell in on the Ravens. Doyel hit four straight gift tosses and Schur drove in for a layup and then came back with a close fielder. That made it 71-64, and FHS was off and running Senior Kinlund took over, hitting 11 of his team’s final 18 points When the smoke lifted, FHS had outscored St. Benedict’s 59-32 in the final 20 minutes. Doyel wound up with 23 points; Schur finished wdth 21; Locke, who was ' Johnnie-on-the-spot” throughout the game, tossed in 18, and Kinlund poured in 13 counters. The Tigers shot 41.5 per cent from the field and St, Bene- dict ' s finished with a 39 7 per cent chart. CLEAT DOYEL NAIA All-American Honorable Mention All C1C First Team 82 FHS 67 — Hasting r College 82 FHS was faced with its first setback of the season against a powerful Hastings College squad at Hastings, Neb. The Broncos front line duo, Bennie Crawford and Eddie Lorentzen, were too much for the Tigers, The pair scored 63 of the Broncos ' 82 points. Locke turned in his second straight fine showing for FHS with 19 points, followed by Schur who scored 12. FHS jumped to an early 6-2 lead, but the home team went ahead for keeps midway in the first half. Hastings hit 43,5 per cent from the field while the Tigers managed an even 40 per cent. FHS 80 — Kearney State 83 The Tigers lost their second game of the season when Kearney Stat e slipped by the Bengals, 83-80, at Kearney, Neb. The Tigers took the lead early in the first half when Don Givens hit a hot streak and dropped in 12 points in 5 2 minutes of play. At intermission the Tigers were leading, 44-36. In the last half the Kearney Antelopes dosed the gap and kept Tiger shots to a minimum. FHS could tally only 12 points in the final 10 minutes of play, wdiile Kearney was charting 25 points in the same span, 13 of them on free throws. Leading the Tigers in shooting was center Doyel, w f ho poured in 18, Givens followed with 13 tallies. The Tigers had a 45.2 shooting percentage while Kearney put in 41.5 per cent. But in the free throw ' column, the Antelopes meshed 29 of 42 attempts while the Bengals settled for 14 of 19 shots. The Tigers outscored Kearney 33 to 27 in field goals made. JOHNNIE LOCKE AllrClC Second Team Cleat Doyel out maneuvers Washburn ' s Gordon Hibbard, Bengal Bench Pays Off FHS 104— Northwestern Oklahoma 88 It was back to the home court and another victory for the Tigers as they outscored North- western Oklahoma State, 104-88. Squad depth paid off handsomely as reserves scored 74 of the Tigers ' tallies. FHS went ahead by one point, 19T8, midw r ay in the first half and never trailed after that. The Rangers fought hard and dosed the gap to only a three- point deficit, 71-68, with 9:46 left. Then Coach Suran put the reserves back in action and the Tigers svon it going away, Doyel and Bill Strait finished with 17 points each, Locke added 15 and Billinger poured in 12. FHS had a good night, hitting 46,2 per cent from the field to 43 per cent for the Oklahomans. 83 Tigers Take Bottom Spot at Quincy Holiday Tourney Ouincy Holiday Tournament The Tigers dropped to the bottom spot in the llth annual Quincy tournament, losing to Quincy College, 110-80; Oklahoma Baptist, 67-65; and St, Cloud of Minnesota, 84-78, During the three-game spree, the Tigers’ foes hit better than 50 per cent from the field. The Ben gals ' best field shooting of the tourney was 47 per cent against St, Cloud State. Tiger Cleat Doyel was awarded the Wally 0‘Day Sportsmanship Award from the Mort Heinen Club, sponsor of the annual w r inter cage classic. FHS 62 — Pittsburg State 74 FHS lost to Pittsburg State, 74-62, on the foe ' s court. Neither team was impressive and both were plagued with frequent errors. FHS compounded its problems with cold shooting. The Gorillas connected on 4 1,2 per cent of their field goal at- tempts w hile the Tigers could mesh only 35.8 per cent. Center Doyel led the Tigers with 12 points and nine rebounds. It was the conference opener for both teams. RICHARD SCHUR AH-CIC Honorable Mention Fighting Tiger Johnnie Locke struggles for the ball FHS 62 — Lincoln University 86 Lincoln University pulled away from the Tigers in the final 1:35 of play to earn an 86-77 victory and hand the Bengal s their fifth straight loss. FHS Jed at halftime, 47-43, as the Tigers tossed in 23 field goals and a single free throw. The Tigers poured in a hot 54.8 per cent in the first 20 minutes. After intermission, the Tigers got only- 27 shots from the field and hit just nine for a cool 33 per cent The home team hit 44.7 pe r cent in the first half and 46 per cent in the second period. Coach Suran returned to the all-senior lineup he used at the beginning of the season. The Veterans responded with their best showing as guards Stout and Kinlund fired 21 and 19 points, respectively, Schur added 12 and Gerstner potted 10, Geest- ner also led FHS in rebounding with nine. Jude Gerstner hits two gift shots. FHS 92 — Omaha University 63 The Tigers broke their five-game losing string and handed Omaha University its first conference loss, 92-63, at Sheri- dan Coliseum. The all-senior lineup was replaced early by Bengal underclassmen Jerry Maska, A1 Bil linger, Bill Strait, Johnnie Locke and Cleat DoyeL The Tigers immediately slapped on a full court press, and by intermission the Bengals had an astound- ing 44-24 lead. The second half was a continuing attack on the Indians and OU never got closer than 18 points. FHS ' s domination of the game was complete. The Tigers hit 42.5 per cent from the field to Omaha ' s 36.0 per cent. Kinlund led the Tigers in scoring with 20 , Maska followed with 16 and Gerstner finished with 14, FHS 73 — Southern Colorado State 88 Fort Hays State went S] 2 minutes without a field goal early in the second half and lost an 88-75 decision to Southern Colorado State at Pueblo, It was a tight battle throughout the first half, and at intermission the scoring was tied at 38-38. The Tigers cooled off in the second half and in the first 5V 2 minutes FHS hit only two free J , , „ „ ... , r Defensive specialist Bill Strait, deflects a shot of St Benedicts 6-4 Darryl Jones, throws while the home team ran in 18 points lor a 58-42 lead. From that point the Indians opened up gaps as big as 20 points despite improved shooting by the Bengals, Gerstner led the Tigers in scoring with 19, fol- lowed by Locke, who came off the bench to score 13. JUDE GERSTNER All-CiC Honorable Mention Colorado Indians Hand FHS First Home Loss FHS S3 — Southern Colorado State 88 The Indians handed FHS their first home court loss of the season by earning an 88-83 victory at Sheridan Coli- seum. Colorado jumped out to a 1 4-3 load in the first four minutes, tossing in seven of Its first nine field attempts. The fighting Tigers tied the score tsvice before intermission, but the Indians squeezed to a 43-36 halftime advantage. The sharpshooting, smooth-passing Indians never let the Tigers within five points after intermission, Colorado hit 44,6 per cent from the field while the Tigers settled for a cool 3 5 . 9 per cent. Southpaw Johnnie Locke tallies two on the Tiger scoreboard. Jerry Masks, is surrounded by the Southwestern Coliege defense. Tigers Finally Break String of 12 Losses FHS 79 — Southern Colorado State 71 The third time was the charm for the Tigers as they defeated Southern Colorado State, 79-71, at the Hutchinson Sports Arena, The victory was the Tigers ' first away from home win since December, 1963. The upset broke a tw ? o-season string of 12 consecutive losses away from home. One of the most noticeable changes was the lack of substituting in the Tiger lineup. Suran used only six players. The only reserve was forward Strait, who replaced Doyel on the front line in the first 10 minutes and stayed in the rest of the way. Dick Schur overcomes a shooting hazard and scores two. BILL ROYER The Tigers hit 45,1 per cent from the field, grabbed 43 rebounds and had only 10 turnovers. The losers hit 45,6 per cent, claimed 40 rebounds and were charged with 19 give-aways. Schur was the Tigers ' high scorer w T ith 28 tallies. Gerstner, Locke and Billinger followed with 16, 15 and 15, respectively. FHS 74 — Emporia State 60 Paced by an excellent individual performance by junior center Doyel, FHS rolled past Emporia State, 74-60 at Emporia. Doyel directed the attack wdth 31 points and IS rebounds. Maska aided the offense with 12 counters, and Locke followed with 11 points. The Tigers dominated both boards, earning a 52-49 rebounding edge, and became the first team to out rebound the Hornets during the 1964-65 season. FHS 15— Washburn University 95 The Tigers were slapped with their second conference loss against the Washburn Ichabods, 95-75, on the foe’s court. The inspired Ichabods outrebounded the Tigers, 56-23, The Bengals seldom got more than one shot from the field and as a result got only 57 field goal attempts while Washburn shot 77 times. Washburn w-as red-hot from the field, hitting 49.4 per cent for the game. The Tigers finished with a credit- able 42.1 per cent. The leading scorer for the Tigers w f as center Doyel, who poured in 30 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Doyel w ? as followed by Locke, who tallied 12 points. 8 b Forward Bill Strait widens the victory margin over a powerful St. Benedict ' s squad. Second Half Score Sets School Record FHS 103 — Em pom State 72 An overflow crowd at Sheridan Coliseum watched the Tigers toss in 66 points in the last half for a school record and a 103-72 victory over the Emporia State Hornets, Emporia grabbed early leads, but after 3:24 of play the home forces found the range when captain Locke scored on a layup. Suran switched his charges from a zone to a full court press, and at intermission the Tigers led, 37-31. In the last half, the Tigers lead fluctuated from nine to 1 4 points before they poured in 3 6 points in the final nine minutes of play. The Bengal s hit an even 50 per cent from the field to Emporia’s 39.2 per cent. The Hornets were again outrebounded, 52-40, and at the free throw line the Tigers meshed 71.4 per cent to 52.6 for the losers. Locke led the way with 20 tallies, Doycl and Schur followed with 17 each, Gerstner finished with 15, Billinger got 12 and Maska wound up with 10 in the awesome Black and Gold attack. FHS 79 — Pittsburg State S3 Pittsburg State ' s Gorillas staged a fantastic second-half comeback to squeeze past the Tigers, 83-79, at Sheridan Coliseum. Pittsburg went on to win the CIC cham- pionship. The Tigers put on a sparkling shooting performance in the first half, connecting on 56.8 per cent from the field for a 50-42 halftime lead. The Gorillas shot a highly creditable 45.5 per cent the first half and came back with 48.6 chart compared to the Tigers 40 per cent after intermission. It was nip and tuck basketball the second half with the lead changing hands several times. Doycd led all scorers with 24 points and also paced the rebounders w ith 15 caroms. Four other Tigers w r erc in double figures in the scoring column, with Schur getting 14 and Locke, Maska and Strait each contributing 10. FHS 5 7 — Omaha University 38 Tiger hopes of sharing the CIC crowm were snuffed out at Omaha, as the Indians squeezed past the Tigers, 58-57. The lead changed hands 13 times, and the score was knotted at three intervals. With 34 seconds remaining, Indian Jim Vincent nailed a charity toss to supply the final margin. Seconds later Locke pounded the cords to cut Omaha’s lead to 58-57 and end all scoring. Senior Schur topped the Tigers’ scoring with 17 points. Dojcf and Gerstner followed with 13 tallies each. MEAL KINLUND 87 Tigers End Season With a Win BILL STRAIT FHS 79 — St. Benedict ! 86 A powerful St. Benedict ' s squad defeated FHS, 86-79, at Atchison. The home team jumped to a 6-0 lead in the first 1:05 of play. FHS caught up and held its only lead at 9-8 on a set shot by Strait, The Ravens grabbed a 46-38 lead at halftime, and the closest the Bengals came after intermission was six points. The Tigers exhibited their best shooting percentage of the season with a sizzling 60,4 mark. The Ravens were able to hit 53 5 per cent, but garnered 19 additional shots. Doyel was top scorer with 28 points. Following the husky center w ? as captain Locke with 17 and Billinger with 11. St. Benedict ' s went on to w in the NAIA District 10 title. FHS 98 — Washburn University 75 The season finale gave the Tigers a second place tie in the CIC standings as FHS walloped Washburn Univer- sity, 98-75. Eight Tigers scored in the final nine minutes of play, hitting 11 field goals and eight free throws to wrap it up for the fighting Ben gals. The starting front line of Schur, Gerstner and Doyel combined for 67 of the Bengals ' 98 points. The Bengals pulled down 55 rebounds w r hile Washburn got but 31- For the game FHS connected on 50.6 per cent from the field to 43.4 for the losers. Senior forwards Schur and Gerstner finished their college careers with excellent performances. Schur poured in 25 points and Gerstner added 20 . Junior Doyel continued his fine showing in conference games with 22 points and 16 caroms. Don Givens shoots a jump shot against St, Benedict’s. Freshman Fred Andreg£ dribbles around his opponent. Back row: El DeForest, Bryan Pearce, John Kreighbaum,, Harold GooddI, Front row: Jim Miner, Terry Drachm Don Okeson, Mike Leas, Leonard Dick Shogren, Gerald Bunker, Terry Kruse, Ferryl Locke, Coach Demon, Kreft, Tony Haas, Keith Riley, Rod Heitschmidt. Junior Varsity Compiles 1-7 Fort Hays State ' s junior varsity compiled only one win and seven losses in the 1964-65 season. The Tiger Cubs beat the Bethany reserves, 49 - 47 , for their only victory of the season, Keith Riley, junior guard from Dighton, led the Cubs in scoring with 18.3 points per game. He led freshman forward Terry Kruse of Selden, who averaged 12.6 points per game. Other Cubs averaging in double figures for the season were freshman guard Terry Haas, 10.6 per game; sophomore center Dick Shogren, 10.2 per game; and freshman forward Fred Andregg, who poured in 21 points in the only jayvee game he played. The top rebounders for the season were Kruse and Shogren, each averaging 11.6 per game. Andregg had 16 rebounds in his lone jayvee contest. Junior Varsity Record FHS 82 Pratt Junior College FHS 77 Bethany College FHS 83 Kearney State FHS 6l Emporia State FHS 68 Pratt Junior College FHS 49 Bethany College FHS 63 Emporia State FHS 86 Kearney State Wendell Licmohn, a newcomer to the Tiger staff, senes as assistant coach in foot- ball, basketball and track. no Licmohn returned from the Navy to serve as an assistant coach at Wartburg 87 College, his Alma Mater, for two years. He 92 was a graduate assistant at Iowa while work- 99 ing on a degree there. The past year he was 92 on the faculty ' at Rice. 41 At Wartburg he earned football Little 67 All-American honors in 1955. He also let- 97 tered in basketball and track. 89 Player-coach Gary Casey lays in two points for a hard-fight- ing alumni team. FHS alumni take a breather and plot their next move. Junior Bill Strait snares another rebound for the winning Tigers. Loan Fund Established Sixteen former cagers returned to oppose the 19 64-65 Tiger varsity in a benefit basketball game to establish the Tom Ashleman - Ed Walters Loan Fund, Returning starter Tom Ashleman, Hutchinson, and Ed Wal- ters, Concordia, were killed in a one-car accident Sunday, October 11, Ashleman, 21, led the Tigers in rebounding and was third in scoring last season. Walters, 20, saw varsity action after becom- ing eligible second semester last season. The game started with a 15 -man Tiger varsity against a 16- member alumni squad from six past FHS teams The marathon lasted 53 minutes and ended in a skyhigh 145-122 victory for the varsity cagers. Profits from the benefit, $750, w r ere donated to the Joan fund in memory of Ashleman and Walters. 90 Members 0 the wrestling team are, back row: Coach Dave Winter Second row: Lee Albert, jerry Cunningham, Bob Ruda, Ed Hanson, Johnnie Edgmon Rich Isemhagen Fred Scott Charley Toedman Vk Stormy Johnson Bill Ramsey Dennis Hupfer, front row: Glenn White, Lyczak Bob Moberly Bob Brown, Fat Schnee, Roger Buck manager. Don Keller, Roy Graves Sid Cooley, Rex Storer, Loren Pepperd. Wrestling Team Sets Dual Competition Record Coach Dave Winter ' s impressive 1965 wrestling team com- piled the best dual record in the history of the sport at FHS with 14 victories and three losses. The Tigers began their season with seven returning lettermen and five returning squad men. Top individual honors went to Charley Toedman, who placed fourth in the 177-pound class in the NAIA National Wres- tling Tournament at Terre Haute, Ind. Four-year letterman Vic Lyczak ended his college career with 16 victories and a single defeat in dual competition this year Lyczak also led the Bengals in victories by falls, pinning seven of his opponents. Junior Lee Albert finished behind Lyczak with a 15-TI season mark. Albert led the Tigers in scoring with 63 team points. Other Tiger leaders were Don Keller, w r ith a 9-2-2 dual record and freshman Robert (Stormy) Johnson with a first year mark of 12-1-1. Keller, Johnson and Lyczak all advanced to the quarterfinals in the NAIA Tournament. Albert was dedsioned in his first match. Dave Winter joined the FHS coaching staff in September, 1963, replacing Dr. Walter Krol I Winter coached at Newton High school for five years and in 62-63 he guided his team to the state wrestling championship. He earned his B.S. in physical education at Kansas State University in 1936 and his M.S. in physical education at Indiana Uni- versity in I960. Coach Winters record for tw r o seasons at FHS is 22-7. 91 Dual Meet Scores FHS 24 Denver University 6 FHS 17 Omaha University 8 FHS 24 Central Missouri State 10 FHS 34 Kearney State 0 FHS 41 Midland College (Neb.) 3 FHS 33 Graceland College (Iowa) 3 FHS 11 Kansas State University 21 FHS II Adams State (Colo.) 14 FHS 32 Trinidad College (Colo.) 0 FHS 30 Kearney State 0 FHS 19 Fort Lewis College (Colo.) 11 FHS 21 Nebraska University 12 FHS 30 Kansas University 0 FHS 20 St. Johns (Minn.) 13 FHS 3 St. Cloud State (Minn.) 29 FHS 29 William Jewell (Mo.) 2 FHS 20 LeTourneau College (Tex.) 5 The Tigers also placed second in a quadrangular at Central Don Keller receives two points for a reversal. Missouri State. CHARLEY TOEDMAN NAIA Fourth Place 177 ' Pound Class Winter’s Matmen Compile Two Winning Seasons Toedman maneuvers for the takedown. Lee Albert works for the pin. VIC LYCZAK Rich Isernhagen defeats Nebraska matman. LEE ALBERT 93 _ i um 71 A i A M mJZ Vw ■ _ , mdi if C fA Fiyfm k V V 1 M I t M I 1 t9 2 1 z.mJ f ' Bstck: Coach Ed McNelfGary Thompson, Bob Kisnz. David Blackwell, Bob Wilburn. Front: Mark Giese, Joe Briggs, Alex Bicker, Ed Johnson, Gary Coopen Gymnasts Host NAIA Tourney For the second consecutive year, NAIA National Gymnastics Tourna- ment was held on the FHS campus. The Tigers hosted 13 teams from coast to coast. Western Illinois University won the meet for the second year in a row claiming seven of the nine positions on the NAIA All-American first team. Fort Hays State placed eighth with 25 points. Fort Hays State ' s Mark Giese, Bismarck, N.D., freshman, tied for second on the long horse. The performance gave him a second-team NAIA All-American berth in that event. Coach Ed McNeil ' s squad compiled a dual record of six victories, six losses and one tie during the season. Senior Gar) ' Cooper was the individual standout with 2501 2 points, giving him a total of 480 for his four years as a Bengal gymnast. MARK GIESE NAIA AH-American Second Team Ed McNeil, head gymnastics coach, is in his eighth year at FHS. McNeil also serves as assistant football coach and assistant pro- fessor of physical education. He w as assistant football coach for three years at College of Emporia and served on the coaching staff at the University of North Dakota for two years before joining the FHS staff. McNeil earned both his B.S, and M.S. degrees at Kansas State U. 94 Season Record Gary Cooper placed sixth on the still rings in the NAIA Gym- nastics tournament. 1 ; HS 671 2 New Mexico University 52l 2 FHS 35 Colorado University 85 FHS 40 Nebraska University 96 FHS 101 1 2 Northwestern Oklahoma 31 2 FHS 42 Colorado State University 94 FHS 94 Wichita State University 41 FHS 81 Fort Lewis Colorado 54 FHS 42 Colorado State University 94 FHS 44 New Mexico University 76 FHS 58 Kansas University 62 FHS 841 2 Kansas State University 351 2 FHS 80l 2 Central Missouri State 391 , FHS 60 Wichita State University 60 The Tigers placed Sth in NAIA National Gymnastics tournament. Gymnasts Post 6-6-1 Season Alex Bicker addresses judges before his perform ance on the side horse. 95 Eddie Johnson vaults over the long horse. Freshman Joe Brings reveals tumbling form in dual meet before he earned a ninth place in the NAIA Gymnastics tournament. Front row: Mai Applegate, Don Hockeit, Allan Mai, Jim Tteszen, Don Brookshire, James Gates, Terry Cleveland. Back row: Pat McAtee, Rex Vonaehen, Don Fry, Kim Gottschalk, Bob Allmon, Ted Lucas. Don Fry and Rex Vonaehen CIC doubles champions Tennis Boasts Best Dual Record A spirited Tiger tennis team enjoyed the best dual record in FHS tennis history, posting a 10-3 mark. The Tiger netmen battled to a second- place finish in the Central Intercollegiate Conference tournament, giving them the highest finish on any FHS squad in the CIC tennis tourney. Seniors Don Fry and Rex Vonaehen ended their careers as Tiger netmen by cap- turing the CIC doubles championship. Fry and Vonachen ' s victory was the first time FHS has won a doubles title in the conference meet. Pat Me A tee, a four-year veteran from Ellsworth, led the Tigers for the regular season with a 1 1-2 singles mark and an 11-1 doubles chart, Other top FHS dual records included Allan Mai ' s 10-3, Jim Tieszen ' s 9-4, and Vonachen ' s 8-3. Season Record FHS 7 Emporia State FHS 3 Bethany College FHS 6 Colorado State College FHS 1 Denver University FHS 7 Colorado Mines FHS 2 Kearney State . FHS 7 Hutchinson Junior College FHS 9 Kansas Wesleyan FHS 7 Pittsburg State FHS 8 Hutchinson junior College FHS 7 Emporia State FHS 5 Kearney State FHS 9 Kansas Wesleyan 2 6 M a Icol m W . A p pi egate, i n . . 3 his third season as tennis coach and .. .. 8 his fourth year on the college fac- 2 ulty, resigned this year to become 3 assistant director of university rela- 2 tions at the University of Kansas. .. . 0 His teams had a dual record 2 of 17 victories and 16 defeats This 1 season, Mai led his team to its first ... . 2 winning season since I960, charting 2 a season dual record of 10 wins 0 and only 3 losses. 97 U J‘ Members of the track team are, baek row: assistant coach Wendell Liemohn. Lonoy Antrim, Jack Harms, Joe Twyman, Leon Schneider, Clifford Hobbs, Lynn Havel, Jerry Katz, Rod Williams, Bill Strait, Darrell Dodge, Clark Logie, Keith Riley, Jerry Maska. Second . row: Coach Ales Francis, Larry Flint, Jerry Cates, Bob Newsom, Jerry Hertel, John Mason, Lowell Smith, Craig Thomas, Don Lakin, Charlie Rose, Neil Cleaves, Roy Washington. Front row: Cecil Johnson, Dwight Gillespie, Riley Rankin, Larry Pickering, Ron Morel, Ignacy Justyna, Bernie Blevins, Lonnie Kent, Bob Johnson. Duane Harper, James Alexander. Thinclads Finish Third in NAIA; Down Emporia to Win CIC Crown The Fort Hays State thinclads climaxed the successful 1965 season by capturing third in the NAIA Track and Field Championships. Highlighting the Tiger entries was junior Don Lakin, who won the 3 ,000 -meter steeplechase in 9:24.5 and finished fourth in the three-mile in 14:13.0, establishing school records in both. Other Tigers scoring in the meet included Bob Schmidt, third in the high jump; John Mason, third in the mile run; Jack Harms, sixth in the 880, and the mile relay team, which placed second. In the regular season the Tigers downed Emporia State 90 1 5 to 87 to capture their first CIC crown since 1957, The thinclads won nine of 18 events to offset Em- poria ' s domination of the hurdles and sprints. Three FHS records fell during the two-day meet. The mile relay team ran to a record 3:17.5 clocking, Don Lakin’s three-mile time (14:16.4) was also a school record and junior Bill Strait threw the discus 156-3 for another FHS mark. At the Texas Relays, Schmidt cleared 6-9 in the high jump for third place and Lakin ran fourth in the open three-mile. In the relay events the Tigers finished second in the two- mile, third in the distance medley and fourth in the sprint medley, setting FHS rec- ords in all three. The Bengals won four events and placed in six others at the annual Emporia Relays, First place finishes came in the mile team race, high jump, distance medley relay and 3,000- meter steeplechase. Kearney State downed FHS 88-87 in a dual meet at Kearney. The heartbreaking loss failed to dampen a good showing by FHS as the Tigers won 11 of 17 events. Fort Hays State won its first event in the 40 -year hi story ' of the Kansas Relays when the Tigers captured first place in the college distance medley relay. Schmidt placed fourth in the high jump, and the two-mile relay team ran fourth. The Tigers placed in three events at the Colorado Relays and in one relay event at the Drake Relays. At Boulder, Jerry Cates earned first in the freshman javelin, Craig Thomas placed second in the freshman pole vault and Rod Williams took fourth in the open high jump. At Drake, FHS captured fourth in the distance medley relay with a time of 9:55.9, a school record. The Bengals t romped Wichita State U. 105-40 in the last dual of the season. John Mason broke FHS records in the mile and two-mile, running 4:12.3 and 9:20.1, respec- tively. Bernie Blevins improved his own school mark in the shotput with a 52-113 4 toss. At the Missouri Valley AAU meet, Schmidt leaped 6-9 l 2 f° r an FHS record and the highest jump in Kansas college or university history. The Tigers compiled seven other first places during the Kansas City meet. Coach Alex Francis joined the FHS staff 19 years ago. His track and field teams have compiled an enviable record ever since he brought the college its first con- ference track championship in 1947. Francis is associate professor of physical education and director of the intramurals program. He is past president of the NAIA Track and Cross Country Coaches Assn., made two coaching trips abroad is a member of the NAIA Track and Field Hall of Fame and his Tigers won the NAIA cross country championship in 1963. 98 1 JOHN MASON Middle Distance Distance JACK HARMS Middle Distance Indoor Trackmen Win Second Place in CIC The Fort Hays State thinclads broke four school records and set marks in two new events during the 1965 indoor track season. The Tigers opened their indoor season at Kearney, Neb., defeating the Antelopes 75-67. The meet was tied going into the last event, the 880- yard relay, but anchor man Larry Pickering came from 15 yards behind to give the Bengals first place and a team victory. Two weeks later FHS took second in a triangular at Kearney with South Dakota and Kearney. The Tigers staged their sixth consecutive CIC in- door runner-up finish at Omaha. The Bengals fell to favored Emporia State 106-100. At the Kansas State Invitational, the Tigers earned four first places and scored in 11 events. First place showings were in the college sprint medley relay, the freshman print medley relay, the freshman mile, and the high jump. Pickering set a 220 record when he raced to a :22.5 clocking, beating the old record of :22.7 set by Tom Kindsvater in 1964. Freshman Mason of Phillipsburg broke the FHS indoor mile record three times, his best a 4:17.0 mark in the conference meet. The old record was 4:22.5 by Lowell Smith in 1964. Junior Lakin broke his own record for the two- mile grind running 9:07.0 in the K-S tate Invitational. His previous mark w as 9 17.0. Schmidt soared 6-8 in the high jump at the CIC meet to equal the best jump ever at conference schools. He held the old mark at 6 - 41 2 - In the new ' events Jerry Katz, Garden City senior, ran the 600 in 1:13.5, and Smith, Clyde junior, stepped the 1,000 yards in 2:14.5. BERN IE Fi LEV INS Shot ■ Discus Bob Schmidt leaps to a higher mark. Sprinters James Alexander and Bob Newsom practice starts for the 100-yard dash. Distance ace Don Lakin captures another victory in the two-mile. i President Cunningham presents the first place CIC trophy to the golf team: R r f. Smiley, Bud Rfieden, Dennis Close, Bud Carlisle. Rog er Pearling, Coach Moss. Golfers Win CIC Title; Smiley Is All-American Coach Joe! Moss ' s 1965 golf team ended its successful season by capturing 11th place in the NAJA Golf Tournament at Rockford, T M . Tiger senior R. J. Smiley placed fifth among the 175 participants, earning a berth on the NAIA All-American sejuad. The Tigers ended Washburn s three- year reign as CIC champion when Smiley parred the last hole of the conference tourney, giving FHS a one- stroke margin over Washburn and the CIC championship. Early in the season the Tigers earned a second -place trophy in the NAIA district 10 meet. Golfers competing in varsity meets were Smiley, Dennis Close, Rud Carlisle, Bud Fried en, Roger Peat ling and Jon Fickcn. R. J, Smiley putts on the final hole of the CJC tournament at Hays. Seconds later, another Smiley putt gave FHS a one-stroke victory. Season Record FHS 14 Kansas Wesleyan 1 FHS 15 Sterling College 0 FHS 4Vi Wichita State Gold 101 2 FHS 1 1 Wichita State Black 4 FHS 12 Wichita State Frosh 3 FHS 6i 2 Washburn University 3 2 FHS 13 St. Benedicts 2 FHS Kearney State 3 2 FHS 131 2 Hastings College 1 2 FHS 7 Washburn Un i vers i ty 8 FHS 13 Northwestern Okla. State 2 FHS 14 Panhandle AficM 1 FHS 14 Emporia State I FHS 11 2 Omaha University 3 2 Second NAIA District 10 Tourney. First in CIC Dr. Joel C. Moss has been on the FHS faculty since 19 46. He serves as head of the art depart- ment and is in his seventh year as golf coach. Dr. Moss had led Tiger teams to the only three conference golf championships in FHS history. His seven golf teams have compiled a dual record of 53 victories, 23 losses and a single tie. The top season in that span was an unde- feated 1 3-0 dual slate in I960. Intramural manager, Larry Pickering, schedules touch foot- ball games. Sig Eps and AKL ' s battle it out in an afternoon touch football game. 1964-65 Intramural Results Independents Greeks School Football P.A, Steelers TKE - Del ta Sigs p r A. Steelers Basketball Roamers Sig Eps Roamers Volleyball Yankees TKE Yankees Swimming Sig Eps Sig Eps Softball Horseshoes Sherwood Forest TKE ‘Delta Sigs TKE Singles Sig Eps B. Merydith B. Merydith Doubles Delta Sigs T, Brown, D, Herron Tennis Singles D. Brookshire Sig Eps G. Kay D, Brookshire Doubles TKE G. Stout, B. Ward Golf Singles G. Kipp-G, Williams Sig Taus E, Palmberg E r Palmberg Doubles TKE B, Kellogg, M, Beims Track Table Tennis TKE TKE Singles D, Hockett Delta Sigs R. Kilbourne D. Hockett Doubles Delta Sigs C King, M. Boling Bowling Badminton Prometheans Prometheans Singles ). Rosk illy TKE H. Songer H. Songer Doubles Sig Eps M. Leas, L Pepper d 102 HERB SONGER K -Award Winner, the individual scoring the most points in intramural competition. The alt-school basketball champions Back row: Johnnie Richards, Owen Dutt, Larry No singer, Steve Worley, Don Givens, From row: J. C. Fuller, Jerry Grecian, Gary Boeve, Max Van- Laningham, John Collins. The Roamers defeat the Lakers in the finals of the inde- pendent basketball game. Tau Kappa Epsilon Wins Intramural Championship Independents and Greeks clash in the all-school tourney, Greek All- Sports Scoring 1st Tau Kappa Epsilon 982 2nd Sigma Phi Epsilon 843 2 3 3rd Delta Sigma Phi 822 2 3 4th Sigma Tau Gamma 685 5th Alpha Kappa Lambda 610 6th Phi Sigma Epsilon 459 5 6 7th Promethean 396 5 6 Mb ' + M L » 4 Jim Tieszen strikes and misses in the softball championship play off. 104 nternational Relations Club Captures Volleyball Title Donnie Hockeu slams English on a ping pong ball. idcr the name of Yankees, the International Relations Club captured the all-school volleyball championship. 105 V tl i Bull ' s-eye! Another WRA carnival patron scores. Women’s Intramurals Intramural basketball stimulates physical activity for college women. Stress Physical Activity Mickey Wasinger presents the first place trophies to members of the girls bowling team. Left: Cheryl Koehler, Jay Hararaan, Janet Becker, Connie McCarty, Diana Dietz. £ 10f Paul " Busch " Gross, director of athletics, 1930-1964, ' was a man whose unselfish interest was in the students who came to FHS, " stated President Cunningham His high calling was a life devoted to young people. His interests, his enthusiasm and his smile will be missed on this campus, in this community and in the state. Fort Hays State was most fortunate to have had such a man so devoted to the college. " FHS Wins All-Sports Crown Fort Hays State used a steady balance of firsts and seconds to win the Central Intercollegiate Conference all-sports championship for the 1964-65 school year. The Tigers copped three championships in cross country, outdoor track and golf; finished second in indoor track and tennis; and tied for second in football and basketball. Athletic Director Cade Suran accepts an engraved desk set from K-Club president, Dave Jones. Mrs. Erna Gross and Cade Suran accept a photograph of " Busch " Gross from Keith Cummings. The framed photograph was presented to the college on behalf of the KAYS Sports Booster Club. 1 07 R OYALTY Life in a democracy still needs a generous portion of queens to lend the aura of enchantment and elegance to everyday life. No college is complete without its full quota of royal ladies to reign over special events. The swish of the velvet robe, the perfume of the arm- ful of roses, glitter of the crown and the inevitable peck of a kiss by someone especially apt in the art, are a part of the glamour attendant to each crowning of a favorite. Selected for beauty, popularity or ability to win hearts of a fraternity, or as in the case of Daisy Mae, because of the diligent work of a sponsor, the queens arc a vital part of Fort Hays State student life, and college traditions. 108 " " 109 Queen Ima jean Ativood Elected by the student body, Ima Jean Atwood radiates queenly charm at half- time crowning ceremonies. Candidates must be juniors or seniors. Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen Ima Jean and Attendants Carol Lipp Sponsored by Sigma Tati Gamma Sheila Halligan Sponsored by McGrath Hall l (0 Homecoming Royalty The queen, her court and campus dignitaries oversee the tug-o-war action below Attendant Connie Crouch Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Attendant Doris Leiker Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda 1 12 Reveille Royalty Queen Carole Faustian Sponsored by Delta Zeta Linda Amerine Sponsored by Alpha Xi Delia Bonnie Partin Sponsored by Tan Kappa Epsilon Paul Newman selected the Reveille royalty. Martha Daniel Sponsored by Wrest Hall Barbara Reese Sponsored by A l pha Gamma Delia Karen Folkerts S pan sored by Delta Sigma Phi Naomi Sheets Sponsored by Custer Hall ! 14 Lucinda Hale Sponsored by Phi Sigma Epsilon Delores Simpson Sponsored by McGrath Hall Janice Jones Sponsored by McMmdes Hail Judy Alarcotte Sponsored by Agnew Hall Martha Nelson Sponsored by Promethean s Virginia Smrcka Joyce Trogdon Sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sponsored by Sigma Kappa Tammy Weigel Sponsored by Sigma Tan Gamma 115 I 16 First Attendants Andy Johnson Sponsored by Sigma Sigma. Sigma Vae Jene Bowman Sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi Second Attendants Andy Nelson Sponsored by Sigma Kappa Tammy Weigel Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda Sweetheart Royalty King Terry Shoemaker Sponsored by Delta Zeta Queen Joyce Super Sponsored by Rodeo Club Popular vote at the Sweetheart Ball determines Sweetheart Royalty. Any organization may sponsor a candidate. I 17 That horrible manifestation. Ugly Man on Campus, poses for a formal portrait. Ugly Man On Campus Larry Bates Sponsored by Agnew Hall Ugly Man on Campus was selected by students at a penny a vote. The contest, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, netted Si 50 for the National Defense Loan program, Daisy Mae and Bearded Joe were chosen in a contest sponsored by International Relations Club- Penny votes for the distinguished couple raised $625 for scholarships for foreign students. Daisy Mae pursues her heart ' s desire. Bearded Joe, during Leap Week, C Hl 1 iw Jli , ' ’;i - 1 HlWr t A " - 4 . 1 ' ' W V jj 1 Al M L Daisy Mae Diana Teter Sponsored by Sigma Kappa Bearded ]oe Dennis Adams Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda Fort Hays Furlough Queen Fidonda Schoeni Sponsored by Delta Zeta and Delta Sigma Phi The first Fort Hays Furlough Queen, Eulonda Schoeni, reigned over the exciting events of the second Furlough weekend. Each candidate was sponsored by a unit, which is comprised of a men ' s and a women ' s bicycle team. The student body then selected the queen and attendants by vote. Second Attendant Joan one Dreiling, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Kappa Lambda, Queen Eulonda and First Attendant Doris Leiker, sponsored by Custer Hall and Sigma Phi Epsilon, President Cunningham presents Eulonda her trophy. 119 1964 Leader Lass Leslie Cheatum Tieszen Nine Leader Lasses were chosen, one each month throughout the school year, by the campus newspaper staff. Students then voted on the Leader Lass of the Year. Due to early publication, the 1964 Reveille could not include the Leader Lass. She is featured here along w ' ith the 1965 Lass, Leader Lass Leslie, Second Runner-up Tonya Armstrong and First Runner-up Jane Wood Stahl. 120 196 5 Leader Lass Julie McClaren First Runner-up Naomi Sheets Second Runner-up Glennis Carpenter Glennis Carpenter Naomi Sheets I2J o RGANIZATIONS Leadership is one of the most valuable assets which ac- companies a college diploma FHS students are continually en- gaged in campus activities which develop this attribute. Through participation in campus organizations, the in- dividual obtains practical experience in organizing and managing student affairs. Those who don ' t wish to lead learn to cooperate in planned group effort. Frequently, clubs supplement classroom instruction by discussing professional ethics and problems, or by presenting opportunity to utilize skills learned in classes. Every organization teaches someone something; therefore, membership and participation are an integral part of educa- tion. 122 PRAISE — FINALLY, AFTER MUCH HARD WORK 123 GOVERNING BODIES ASC Decides Policy In Judicial Affairs Determining legislative policy, sponsoring the delegation to the Midwest Model United Nations, and approving money making projects were some of the activities of All Student Council. The legis- lative council is made up of class officers and living district representatives. Jean Oborny presided. His election came as a result of a recall vote over the previously elected Bud Elliot. The aim of All-Student Court is to give students responsibility and decision-making power in campus judicial affairs. Cases are first taken to a legal hoard and then put before All-Student Court for a decision. Weekly meetings of the Traffic Tribunal are held to receive complaints over traffic violations in which tickets have been issued. The five members are appointed by the president of the student body and serve a one-year term. Student Council members are, back row: Jon Peters, Daniel Rice, Larry Michael is, Don Christiansen, Fifth row: Ann Beeler. Dean Jean Stouffer. Fourth row: Dean Bill Jellison, Darnell Keller, Marilynn Wilson, Sharon Kemper. Third row: Richard Wallgren, John Du ft, Dennis Diet . Second row: Rod Pekarek, janis Davis, Pat Spomer, Larry Roberts, Rod Clausen, Front row: JoAnne Murphy, Janet Powell, Cheryl Cain. At table: jean Oborny, Judi Sipe. Members of 7 ' raffic Tribunal are, back row: John Hinzman, Dean Bill Jellison, Menvin Colburn, Second row: Dean Jean Siouffer. Chris Conklin, Wendell Wyatt, Front row: Carol Lipp, Linda Boschowitzkf. All -Student Court members are, standing: Assoc. Justice Ken Conklin, Assoc. Justice Paul Crider, Chief Justice Robert Ochs, Attorney General Alien Shelton. Assoc. Justice Ken Brown Seated: Assoc, Justice Diane Smith, 125 Members of SOC are, standing: Dr Richard Burnett, chairman; John Duff, Rosier Rupp, Jon Peters, Stated: Dean Jean Stouffer, JoAnne Murphy, Pat Spomer. Governing Councils Oversee Campus Student Organizations Committee is composed of both students and faculty. Each organization must meet the requirements set forth by the rules of SOC before it can be classified as a campus organization. After the organization is approved, it is entitled to the use of Union facilities and will be listed in the college catalogue. Another function of SOC is to help new organi- zations get started by furnishing suggestions and information. Inter- Hall Council is composed of the presidents and vice-presidents of residence halls. The council acts as a coordinating agent between the halls to p romote soc i a 1 and aca dem i c J eve I s , Christmas decorations for the bridge, the tri- dorm formal, and a tea for the housemothers w ere sponsored by the group. To encourage high scholastic standards, aw-ards were presented to the men ' s and women ' s dorms whth the highest grade average. Inter-Hall Council members arc, back row: Virginia Swann, Bill Bennett, Jean Oborny. William Smith, Sandra Bruns. Front rou: Marie Miller, Con. me Cu sick, Sue Mapes, Vickie Wright, 126 JFC members are. from Ujt: Brooks Kellogg. Robert Rucker, Eldon Palmberg, Eldon. Pickett. Keith Qgbum, Rickey Carlin. Larry Jones, Stan O ' Brien, Gary Mi Her, Eldon Grauerholz, Roy Brungardt, Gerald Lobr IFC, Panhellenic Preview In ter fraternity Council’s biggest project was the initiation of p re -school rush. They also awarded scholarship trophies and organized Greek Sing with Panhellenic. Dean Bill Jellison is adviser; Ken Brown was president. meyer, Kevin Hase, Leo Hayden, Gary McFarland, Dean Bill Jellison, sponsor; Ken Brown. Greek Life for Rushees Two representatives from each sorority form Panhellenic Council They awarded scholarship plaques to the active chapter and pledge class with the highest grade points each semester and sponsored Greek Peek, a preview of Greek life for rushees. Dean Jean Stouffer is adviser; Linda Ohlemcier was president Panhellenic Council members are, hack row: Karyl Brickey, Cheryl Cain. Dixie King, Cheryl Sexsmith. Judi Sipe. grow row: Linda Amer- ine, Joyce Stranathan, B, j. Cooley, Linda Ohle- meier, Sharon Baier. SHeryle Sheets. 127 HONORARIES Phi Kappa Phi’s Invitation an Honor Academic achievement, character, and potential contribution to society are the bases for invitation to Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary scholastic fraternity. This counterpart of Phi Beta Kappa includes students in both liberal arts and applied arts and sciences. Forty-seven top scholars of the junior and senior classes, graduate students and faculty were chosen by vote of the local chapter. New members not pictured include Dean Carman, Paul Crider, Eleanor I. Davidson, Robert Eckman, Donna Harsh, Art Leas, Nadine Martin, John Morar, Catharine Pierson, and Rodney Vlict. James Saddler was named outstanding junior scholar. Andres, Anna lee A meson, Tanya Bamberger, Carl Beckham, Janice Birney, Elmer Booth, Louise Cain, Cheryl Campbell, Buddy Canfield, Merle Cleveland, Glenda Dempsey, Jan is Dixon, Larry Engel, Marita Gilmore, Carolyn Goering, Vernon Green, Shirley Scholarship, Character Determines Phi Kappa Phi Hairfield, Harry Hottman, R. Eugene McFarland, Gloria McKee, Linda Meckfessel, Mary Ann Peavey, Carolyn Renlck, Vera Rindt, Judith Riner. Roma Rome, Glenn is Saddler, James Scatts, Walter Schwindt, Frances Seltnwnn, Lyle Shipman, Bill Sisk, Victor Smalts, Cecelia Thompson, G. Ray Ulrich, Mickey Walden, Marilyn Wilkins, William Wolf. Sylvia 129 Anderson, Connie Andres, Anna lee A meson, Tanya Beckham, Janice Booth, Louise Brett, Donna Brown, Richard Campbell, Buddy Cleveland, Glenda Dempsey, Jan is Dizmang, Gloria Doley, Edna Engel, Marita Gilmore, Carolyn Goering, Vernon Hallagin, Sheila Hottman, Gene Keller, Nadya Faculty Selects 34 Seniors for Who’s Who The 1965 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges included 34 seniors from Fort Hays State. The scholars were chosen by the faculty on the bases of scholarship and character, A grade average of B or better is a primary requirement. Seniors from 750 colleges and universities are honored by Who ' s Who every year. The number representing each school is limited to not more than ten per cent of the graduat- ing class. Kirk ham, Dale Lawrence, Rebecca Loop, Larry Peavey, Carolyn Rindt, Judy Rimer, Roma Rome. Glennis Schwindr, Frances Seltmann, Lyle Sisk, Victor Smrcka, Virginia Sterling, ViVi Thompson, Gayle Ulrkh, Mickey Walden, Marilyn Wolf. Sylvia 130 WLO, 7th Cavalry Give ‘Smarty Party’ Seventh Cavalry is an organization of young men out- standing in leadership ability. Its members are elected on the bases of scholarship, leadership and potential value to society. Men of Seventh Cavalry earned money for scholarships by publishing student directories ushering and selling pop- corn at Fort Hays State basketball games. Gene Hottman was president; Stan dice Dalton is sponsor. WLO and Seventh Cavalry sponsored a " Smarty Party " for students who made a 2,5 grade index or better for the fall semester. A scholarship fund is the Women ' s Leadership Organi- zation ' s main project. Members cam money for it by tutoring and by making and selling Christmas gifts at the annual teachers 1 meeting. Giving a breakfast for WLO alumnae at Homecoming and ushering at Artist and Lecture programs are included in the group ' s activities. WLO chooses its members from senior women who dem- onstrate qualities of leadership, scholarship, character, and service. President was Donna Breit; Mrs. Alice McFarland is sponsor. Members of WLO are: Top rout: Connie Anderson, Judy Blank, Linda Eaton, Gloria McFarland, Roma Riner. Second row; Tanya Arneson, Donna Br eit, Carolyn Gilmore, Janet Nelson, Sharon Sack. Third row : Janice Beckham, Panic Brown, Sheila Hallagin, Carolyn Feavey, Mary Scovil, Bottom row: Kathleen Beckman, Connie Conyac, Dorothy Hull, Judy Rindt, Jane Zohner Members of Seventh Cavalry are. Top row: Steve Base, Bud Campbell, Dan Gish, Palmer Meek, Glenn Pettengill. Second row: Jerome Bittner, Rodney Daise, Vernon Goering. Jerry Melton, Richard Scott. Third row: Norman Brewer, Morris Deewall, Gene Hottman, Jean Oborny, Jerry Stapleton. Bottom row: Richard Brown, Clark Engle, Larry Loop, Robert Ochs, Danny WestphaL ViVi Sterling inspects the handmade Christmas gifts that WLO member Carolyn Gilmore is selling. Members of Alpha Lambda Delta are, Back row: Barbara Solberg. Ellen Biays, Shirley Keller, Dean Jean Stauffer, adviser. Third row: Susan Losey, Marianne Kats, Sue Stackhouse, Tina Martin, A net a Ruff. Second rou: Mary Sch reiber, Carmen Conard, Elaine Boedeker, Jane Beck, Janice Liebenau, Betty Converse. Front row: Diane Nusbaum, Kathy Pivonka, Jo Anne Murphy, Barbara Bickford, Diane Teter. Sue Dolezal receives the award for having the highest overall grade average of the senior women— a 2,93 The award is given by Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma. National Honoraries Thirty-three freshman women qualified in the fall semester for Alpha Lambda Delta, national scholastic honorary. The fraternity draws its members from women who average 2.5 or better for the first semester in college, or as a cumulative index for the first year. At nine weeks, to encourage freshmen to make grades. Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma invited prospective 2.5 freshmen to a coke party. For an activity project the girls sponsored a spring fashion review, and as a campus service, they managed a library book return in the late spring. Betty Converse was president and the adviser is Jean Stouffer, dean of women. A joint banquet was held in the spring by Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta following the initiation of new members. Phi Eta Sigma, male counterpart of Alpha Lambda Delta, honors freshman men achieving a 2.5 grade index for their first semester in college or a 2.5 average for the first tw f o semesters The group was headed by Palmer Meek and the adviser w p as Bill Jellison, dean of men. 132 Members of Alp Jin Lambda Delta are, Back row: Charlotte Eilers, Josephine Keith, Sondra Grumbein, Marjorie Fast, Rita Frost, Vi Vi Sterling, Sharon EElrieh. Third row , Pam Lott, Karen Brown, Pat Stearns, Dr. Verna Parish, Judyanne Mustoe, Diana Bailey, Second row: Linda Don a hey. Jean Quinn. Glenn is Rome, Janice Vint, Robin Parker, Linda Ross. Front row: Sammye May, Mary Bennett, Judy Wasinger, Jackie Carpenter. Charlene Ttapp, Connie Zerfas, Give Scholastic Awards Members of Phi Eta Sigma are, Back row: Keith Bun sell meyer, Dr. Dale Dick, Del Christensen. Fourth row: Dean Bill Jellison, adviser; Rich Duran, Ken Frahm, G. Ray Thompson, Bill Neal. Third row: Ron Fischli, Jean Oborny, Kim Gottschalk, Joe Thomasson, Forest Grabcr, Second row: Ron Kruse, Jim Adams, Palmer Meek, Mike Sullivan, Jim Saddler. Front row: Dan Gish, Don Bonneau, Mark Bradshaw, Shelly Watkins, Dennis Thornburg. Members of Alpha Psi Omega are, Back row: Harriet Ketehum, adviser; Robert Young, Jodi Yandergriff. Second row: Becky Lawrence, Glenda Taylor, Andrea Southard, Linda Ohlemeier, Front row: Kay Finley, JoNelle Carley, Karen Fleming. Points Earn Membership Tri-Beta Presents Films To gain membership in Alpha Psi Omega, dramatics honorary, members earn points by acting in campus produc- tions, helping backstage during productions, and by taking courses in speech, Albee’s The Death of Bessie Smith was the organization ' s major production this year. Members also did individual per- formances for local clubs. Judy Vandergriff headed the group and Harriet Ketehum is adviser. Members of the local chapter of Beta Beta Beta, national biology honorary, were hosts of a regional conference last fall at Lake Webster, They also sponsored a series of Walt Disney wildlife films. The group was headed by Jerry VanAmburg; Dr. Reynolds is adviser. Tri-Beta members are. Back row: Donald Kaufman, Kent Schreiber, Bruce Sites, Curtis Carley, Johnnie Locke, Harold Nagel, Verie Smith, Mike Nelson, Eldon Whitmer. Second row: Donald Lauer. Hossein Rahimian, Ross Lock, Dallas Wilhelm, Larry Belcher, Clyde Goodman, Dale Kirkham, Jerry Walker, Ken Hladek, Gerald VanAmburg. Front row: Gary Laughlin, Dr. Howard Reynolds, adviser; Barbara Smith, Lena Korf, Rosalie LaRue, Diane Hunter, jane Zohner, Norman Bamberger, Clair Sloan. Members of Phi Mu Alpha are, Bock row: Sidney Both Larry Stetler, David Duclrey, Vernon Goering, Jim Mullen, Allaire Homburg, J. C. Chapman, Bruce S tavern Second row: Jerry Brown, Gary Music Men Usher Men of Phi Mu Alpha, national professional music fraternity, usher for concerts on campus, and assist with high school spring music festivals. They also join forces with Sigma Alpha Iota to give concerts of contemporary music. Ron Cokcley headed the group and Dr. Leland Bartholo- mew is adviser. Pi Omega Pi members at the initiation are, Bock vow: J. B. Walden. Sharon Larson, Dale Gust, Carol Maples, Connie Conyac, Dr. Ralf Merklein, Joe Dolezal, Neal Russell, Dr. Leland Bartholomew, adviser. Front row: John Ruff, John Burley, Ron Cokeley, Larry Poague, Richard Ellis. Honorary Initiates Six Five students and one faculty member were initiated into Pi Omega Pi, national business education fraternity, by national president Or Ralf J. Thomas. This coeducational group is for business and economics majors who plan to teach. A candy sale helped augment the organization ' s hook scholarship fund. Local president was Patty Keeley; Leona Gallion is ad viser. Thomas. Front vow: Sharon Sack. Dr. Archie Thomas, Patty Keeley, Sharon Baler, Leon Gallion, adviser; Dr, Milburn Little. 9 I I 1 1 : 13S Debater Richard Scott takes a stand and defends his proposition. Pi Kappa Delta members are. back row: Prof. James Start, Jean Oborny. Murray Anderson, Leon Tilbury Third row: Richard Scott, Larry Watkins. Alan Scheibmeir, James Costigan, adviser. Second row: Doris Scott, Linda Ohlemeier, Joyce McMains. Front row: Connie Leuty, Nancy York, JoAnne Murphy, Debate Oldest Honorary Participation in intercollegiate debate is the basic require- ment of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensics fraternity. Pi Kappa Delta is the oldest national special field honorary on Fort Hays State campus. The local chapter was founded in 1924 and was originally sponsored by James Start, professor of speech, who retired this year after 46 years of service to the college, Roger Moffett headed the group this year; the adviser is James Costigan. SAH Honors Therapists Cookies baked by Sigma Alpha Fta filled Christmas stockings for children in the speech therapy clinic at Hadley Hospital. Key members of the national speech therapy honorary must be in the upper 35% of their class or have a B average. These members are honored at a spring banquet. President was Pattie Brown; adviser is Dr. Geneva I lerndon. Members of Sigma Alpha Eta are. back row: Robert Williams, Delmer Thibault, Bob Baden, Steve McCormick. Third row: Pat Spomer, Robert Young, Dorothy Westhusin, Virginia Barnes Second row: Anna Brown, June Griffins. Carolyn Peavey, Nan Peterson Front row: Celia Franz, Pattie Brown, Carol Walters, Carolyn McCartney. Karen Cain, Dr. Herndon, adviser. 136 Members of Kappa Omicron Phi are. Back to w; June Krebs, Jan is Dempsey, Mrs, Maxine Hoffman. Fourth row: Margaret Olson, Carolyn Sasse, Carolyn Breeden, Sally Ray, Connie Bennett. Third row: Joan Johnson, Vicky Irvin, Marcia Cain, Mary Smith, Dorothy Urban, Sharon Rralieek. Second row: Kathalie Dortland, Judy Tyson, Linda Kahmeyer, Priscilla Jackson, Janice Curtis, Marsha Smith. Firii row: Sheryl Walz, Rhoda Dansel, Martha Kilgore, Rosa Jones, June Thompson, Alice Beesley, adviser. Home Ec. Raises Money Kappa Omicron Phi, national home economics honorary, chooses its members on the basis of scholarship and service. Chief requirement is a B average in home economics classes. This year the members held a homemade candy sale to raise funds for the S50 scholarship they gave to a local home eco- nomics major. The president of the group was Margaret Olson ; Miss Alice Beesley is adviser. LIT Is International Lambda Iota Tau, international literary honorary, meets monthly in conjunction with the English department for a novel lecture series. President was Rod Vliet and James Duckworth is the adviser. Members of Lambda Iota Tau are, Back row: Norm Dungan, James Duckworth, adviser; Dr. S. J. Sackett, H, Leland Taylor. Second row: Rodney Vliet, Marjorie Querbach, Eleanor Davidson, Catharine Pier- son, Cynthia Bittel, From row : Marilyn Walden, Pat Fellers, Clodell Thomas, Judy Ohnmaeht. 137 Members of Phi Alpha Theta are: Back row: Vernon Fall, M. F, Mulch, Dr. E. R, Craine. Ft fib row : Tom Scales, Larry Stephens. Fourth tow: Marion McIntyre, Mi Ice I Ary, Ralph Hodge, Tom Jones. Third row: Arlyn Parish, Kevin Hase, Glenn Pettengill, Sid- ney Cooley, James Saddler, G. Ray Thompson. Second row: Linda Me Kec, Mary Scott. Diana Carmichael, Ralph Voss, Kenneth Dlekhoff. Front row: Mickey Ulrich, Janet Dory, Judith Nusse Judy Blank, Sharon Stein ie. History, Education Promoted by Honoraries Members of Phi Alpha Theta, honorary history fraternity, registered guests and gave a coffee for visiting faculty at the state college history teachers ' convention in April. Each spring the Dr. Raymond F Wei ty Award is given to the author of the best paper published in the Student Historian. Recipient of the $2S prize, this year Mickey Ulrich, is chosen on recom mendation of the faculty and vote of Phi Alpha Theta. Vernon Fall was president and James Forsythe and Merrill Mulch are advisers. Men of Phi Delta Kappa, national honorary education fraternity, are selected as graduate students. Members of the local chapter are faculty men and administrators of Fort Hays State and area schools. Service, research, and leadership are the three ideals of the organization. Warren Macy was the president; Dr. Broach is the faculty adviser. Members of Phi Delta Kappa are. Back tote: Dr. R. C. Reindorp, Paul McNall Ned Rolfs, Donald Hurst, Bill Kendrick- Fifth row: Arthur Austin, Robert Shanks, Dr r Rex Nelson, Jack Roberts, Fourth row: Leonard Howell. F. A, Fitzgerald, Lloyd Peck. Andrew Kellogg. Third row: George Bray, President M, C. Cunningham Dr. Calvin Harbin. Archie Pruter, E, C. Shindter, Ralph Huffman. Second row: Dr. Gordon Price, Dr. Harold Choguill, Dr. Clement Wood, F, C Almquist, Cade Suran, Bob Richards, Front row: Warren Macy, Dr Ralph V. Coder. Dr. M, J. Little, Dorsey Brown, Dr. B. W. Broach, Bob Archer. 138 Delta Tau Alpha members are, back row: Merle Witt, Robett Brejchp, Bill Royer, Ron Halhgin, Dennis Bamberger. Third row: Gordon Mauch, Larry Keyser, Dale Kirkham, Darrell Davis, Duane Nichols, Second rote: Kent Niles, Bill! Nicholas, Larry Belcher, jack Rolph. Norman Bamberger, Front row: Lester Schmutz, J. R. Wells, adviser; Clyde Goodman, Garry Anthony, Thaine Clark. Agric., Ind. Arts Honoraries Serve Community Members of Delta Tau Alpha, national agriculture honorary t serve as judges for 4-H events and other farm- related projects in various Kansas communities. This year they judged 800 soil conservation posters made by grade school students of Ellis County. Dennis Bamberger presided over the group and J R. Wells is adviser. Industrial Arts Newsletters are published and sent to all alumni by members of Epsilon Pi Tau, industrial arts honorary fraternity. The group keeps track of all graduates on a huge map regularly up-dated Epsilon Pi Tau gave a dinner during the Industrial Arts Fair for all teachers and administrators of participating high schools. James Flummerfelt was president and Dr. Rex Nelson is adviser. Members of Epsilon Pi Tau are, hack row: Delbert. Martin, James Flummerfelt, Edwin Hampton, Francis Weers, Francis Noel, Walter Wiechen, Jerome Boor, Rex Nelson, adviser; Alien Roberts. Larry Michael is. Second row : Richard Cain, Darrel Hildebrand, David Robertson, Ken Dm ling, Dave Jones, Stan Smith. Dick Westbrook, Dennis McKee, Everett Hennessey Front row: Bob Wagner, Lany Jentscb, Jerry Jeffries, Kent Nollette, William Melton. Harold Dykstra, Conrad Peterson. Francis Thorpe. Members of Eta Rho Epsilon are. bark row: Vicki Srhroeder. Margaret Hogan, Jeannene Tucker, Rose Willhaus, Lois FagerquEst, Elizabeth Kuhn, Bonnie Brooks. Third row: Judy Hamman, Pam Krueger, Dorothy Hull, Pam Blackburn, Anita Bennett, Sharon Kralicek, Rita Humble, Donna Gump, Second row: Pam Richards, Sandy Blake, Eulonda Schoeng Gnie Grosshans, Denise McConnell, Linda McHenry, Karen Snay, Martha Conn, Mary Capps. Front row: Mary Macbeth, adviser; Helen Miles, Linda Jennings, Mickey Wa singer, Sharon Bean, Linda Huitt, Cheryl Koehler, Sherry Adams, Nancy Gotham, adviser. HPE Holds Track Meet Math Honors Grades Eta Rho Epsilon, professional health, physical education, and recreation organization, chooses its members from women who are physical education majors or minors. It is affiliated with the Kansas and American Associations of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. The organization sponsors a spring track meet for high school girls and joins WRA In sponsoring high school sports days and selling refreshments at Tiger football games. Onie Grosshans was president and faculty advisers were Nancy Gotham and Mary Macbeth. Members of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary, must have made a 2.0 grade average in math courses and a 1 75 overall grade index. The local chapter planned a trip to the National Con vention at Fort Collins, Colorado, in the last of April Wayne Duer headed the group; they are sponsored by Robert Gumm. Kappa Mu actives are, bark row: Wayne Duer, Larry Honomlchl, Dennis Vrbas, Alan Thornburg, Second row: Harry ' Grubb, Faye Steffen, Glenda Cleveland. Q r E, Etter. Front row: Robert Gumm. sponsor; Janet VanAmburg, Edna Doley, Kappa Mu initiates are, bark row: Jean Oborny, William Smith, Ronald Hoover, Gary Begnoehe, Thomas Cross, Ralph Tapphorn Third row: Darwin Brown, Dennis Bangerg Jim Boyle. Tze-chung Chan, Alfred Holstein, Second rote: Nick Chafieian, Gabriel Ruser, Les Dreiling, Stephen Tebo, William Ledbetter. Front row: Rod Hugley, Gary Schmidt, Marilynn Wilson, Ima Lee Heier, Robin Parker, Richard Kraft. ¥ fAJL " I s (V i ' I SA [ actives are. Back rote: Jean Hoppas, Emilie Miller, Carol Walker, Sue Dole zal t Cathleen Brock, Judy Silliri. Third row: Sharon Eilrich, Betty Summer, Judy Shindier, Margaret Griffin, Barbara Reese. Second row: Barbara ZwcifeL Geraldine Ricker, Connie Cody, Janet Nelson. From row: Rosella Linenberger, Linda Schiedeman, Laynne Kumberg, Alkla Ross, Linda Eaton. SAI pledges are, Bmk row: Louise Polcyn, Mary Ellen Pfeifer, Mary Noel, Kathy Georg. Second rou : Freda B rawer, Jeannette Evans, Marianne Kats, Mary Lou Ruud Front tow: Judeen Dracb, Judy Seuser, JoAnn Russell, Jan Domes, Susan Gooch. Service to Community Is Byword of SAI, SPURS Christmas caroling at President Cunningham ' s house is an annual event for Sigma Alpha lota, national women’s music honorary. Members also put on short musical programs for patients in the local hospitals. At the music festivals, SAI s assist the judges and keep the doors. President of SAI was Fmilie Miller; Mrs. Joan Henry is the adviser. Members of SPURS are. Back row: Sharon Eilrich, Rita Juno. Karen Gilchris t, Doris Scott, Karlene Seeman. Second row: Rita Humble. A Lost and Found department was located in the Union and manned by members of SPURS, sophomore women’s honorary. Each letter in the name SPURS stands for an ideal of the organization; S — sacrifice, P — patriotism, U — understanding, R— responsibility, and S — service. President was Jackie Carpenter and Mrs. Ray Kurtz ad- vised the group. Linda Amerine, Dedm Dipman, Mrs. Ray Kurtz, adviser. Front row: Jackie Carpenter, Carol Schreiber, Bettie Zvesper, JoNelle Car ley. 141 SPECIAL INTEREST Election Year Sets Stage for CYD,CYR Election year afforded a perfect opportunity to the Collegiate Young Democrats. They tacked up posters., passed out handbills and stuck on bumper stickers, and even distributed campaign material in their home towns. With the Young Republicans, they arranged a debate between party leaders to explain party plat- forms. Besides sending delegates to several senior party activities, CYD formed and sponsored Demos Kratos, a campus party, to cope with campus issues. Bob Young was president; Robert Witt, adviser. Besides co-sponsoring the political debate, Col- legiate Young Republicans heard local, state and national politicians at election time, and campaigned for Republican candidates. At the state convention, Bobbi Rarrosvs was elected third vice-chairman of Kansas Young Re- publicans, and Diana Carmichael was elected secretary- treasurer of the CYR Women ' s Federation. Dr. W, D. Moreland was adviser and Kent Collier assisted; Diana Carmichael w f as chairman. Members of Young Republicans are, back row: Gary Hicks, Harold Macy, Marvin Heffel, Bernard Droste, Robert Osborne, Jack Loesch, William Bennett, Mike Nelson, Gar) Johnson, Melvin Beck Second row: Jon Peters, Eldon Glaze, Larry Hrabe, Kenneth Conklin, James Sun ley, Btaine Hardman, Robert Bigham, LeRoy Jones, Rodney Ensel, From row: Norman Bamberger, Kirk Musselman, Vicki Demmitt, Margaret Mayo, Let a Libby. Bobbi Jane Barrows, Diana Carmichael Joan Jones, Richard Harfman, Jerry Hildreth. Members of Young Democrats are, back row: James Hand. Terry Reynolds, Jim Be fort, Paul Klotz, Robert Witt, adviser. Third row: Gary ' Smith, Tom Smith, Ray Boor, Bob K Young, John Ruff Second tow: Caroline Scant! in, Gloria Rusco, Ava Palmer, Gary Kohlasch, Vae Jene Bowman. From row: Geraldine Zellner, Vada Huxman, Marita Engel, Judy Erberf, Patricia Grant, 143 Members of People-io-Feople are, hack row: Lawrence Wendelin, Ricardo Landes, Fred Shih, Yeh Stephen Johnson Kwang. Third row; Hisamitsu Nakadomari, M.M. Patel. Second row: Kent Noland, Mar- garet Schaefer, Yi Wu, Edw r ard Hong, Paul Klotz. Front row: JoNelle Carley, Barbara Zwelfcl, Mary Schreiber, Robin Bigge, Aysegul Tas- pinar, Martha Aguirre, Judy Musse. P-t-P, IRC Sponsor International Students To share American party traditions with FHS internation- al students, People-to- People had a Halloween party and a square dance. Besides touring the Eisenhower home, museum and library at Abilene, the group attended convention at K-State. Each international student was assigned a student, an " American brother " or " sister” who acquainted him with campus, activities and people. P-t-P also arranged for each foreign student to have a host family which took special interest in him. Dr. Doris Stage was adviser; Ricardo Landes, president. Combining the frivolity of Dogpatch with the serious- ness of education, International Relations Club sponsored the Daisy Mae and Bearded Joe contests and the Leap Week dance. Proceeds went into a scholarship fund for an inter- national student, who was Martha Aguirre of Uruguay, for the second year. And in May, the club brought four diplomats to campus for a foreign affairs conference. Paul Kiotz was president; Gordon Davidson, adviser. f ■ 144 1 i 4 k 1 i 1 i 1 A [embers of IRC are, back row: Delbert Stout, Irv Sutley, Mack Brenner. Fifth row: Peter Lau, Richard Millett, adviser, Frederic Bongo, Jim Stegman, Ahmadullah Donto. Fourth row: Gordon Davidson, adviser, Din- os Kyriskides, Reran del Barco, Third row: Ricardo Landes, Gerald Condra, Hassan Rah- im ian, Paul Kiotz, Yi Wu. Second row: Robin Bigge, Nasser Anissy, Thong- in Soonsawad, Tish Josserand, Andrew ' Chang. Front rote: Barbara Nelson, Tina Martin, Patricia Grant, Jo Anne Murphy, Linda Bosthowitzki, Clubs Hold Meetings in French, Spanish Ever played cards in French? To practice speak- ing, French Club conducted its activities in French, Members learned from movies, songs, games and magazines about the country ' s culture, and at- tended a French play in Kansas City. Miss Monique Thomas, visiting lecturer from Luxemburg, sponsored the group; Crystal Marcum was president. Once a week Spanish Club met to visit about current topics. The only catch: they spoke Spanish, They also had program meetings of slides, films and speakers, and they observed Cervantes Day by taking a program to K, U, Kent Noland was president; Mrs. Dolores del Barco, adviser. Members of French Club are, back . ou Carmen Coerber, Johnson Hwang. Leon Stranathan. Second row: Monique Thomas, Barbara Bickford. Front row: Crystal Marcum, Sammye May, Joyce Stranathan, Jr wrl M lLti W r tW v l T Mi it 1 M 1 ft, !+ni 1 Members of Spanish Club are, bock row: Richard Hawley, Arlyn Smith, Kent Noland, Jim Peril. Second row: Pat Grover, Pam Alspaw, Delores del Barco, adviser. Front row: Judy Erbert, Carol Thummel, Peg Grover. 145 German Club members are, Back row: Gerald Schmidt, Dennis Leiker, Dr, Josef Bauer, adviser; Richard Landes. Second row: Richard Harfmann, Larry Dixon, Mark Stuart, Jim Peril. Front row: Erna Huffman, Jeanette Latas, Aysegul Taspinar, Virginia Gilmore, Practicing German Fun Singing and conversing in German gave German Club members pratice outside of class. Films v skits, and speakers from German -speaking countries rounded out their program agenda. Dr. Josef Bauer, visiting lecturer from Austria, was adviser; Aysegul Taspinar was president. AKP Charters Econ.-Bus. Organized last spring, Economics and Business Club wasted no time until they were chartered by national Alpha Kappa Psi as the Zeta Pi chapter, A men ' s organization, it endeavors not only to help economics and business majors while in school, but to main- tain a link between students and graduated businessmen, Walter Manteuffel was president; Richard Osborne, ad- viser. Members of Business and Economics Club are, back row: Roger Shepherd, Richard Osborne, sponsor. Seventh row: Ted Lucas, Joe Whitley, Steve Base, LeRoy Jones. Sixth row: Bill Kuhn, Norman Befort, Gary Johnson, Marvin Rounkles, Fifth row: Leonard Brown, Verlin Edwards, Larry Ttussell Fourth row: Jeff Robbins, Armin Ruud, Weslye Bruce, James Otis, Walter Manteuffel Third row: James Anderson, Dale Weyerts, Steven Mills, James Huelsmann, Ronald Hoover. Second row: David Miller, Terry Rhodes, John Stevenson, " Lyle Giess, Larry ' Poague, Front row: Ron Arneson, Richard Montgomery, Ronald Vratil, Delbert Stout, Kenneth Bunker, Robert Wagner, 146 Members of MASCOM are, back row: Malcolm Applegate, Leon Maxson, Katherine Rogers, Fifth row: Marion Tom son, Norman Brewer, Ron Fisthli, Jack Heather, Gary Thompson. Fourth vow: Joseph Fox, Jerry DemeJ, Jack Poessiger, Steve Larson, Third row: Harold Macy, Ted Lucas, Tom Kinds- ater, Dick Sttout, Terry Reynolds Second row: Marla Morgan, Joyce Walker, Judy Wharton, Robin Parker, Pam A I spa w, Front row: Joyce Dunkel, Eileen Kippes. Kathy Pivonka, Sam my e May; Candy MitchelL MASCOM, SNEA Supplement Classroom Learning For fun, educational experience and unity, journalism students, mass communications staffers, faculty and advisers joined forces in MASCOM. The new organization swung into action with speakers and films from communications media- — specifically radio, television, newspaper and yearbook. At the end of the year, the group held a banquet to honor Bob Spangler, director of news and publications, and Mai Applegate, Leader adviser, who are leaving FHS; and to award outstanding staff members of student publications. Jerry Demel was president, MASCOM, by the w p ay, was derived from mass communications. With a membership of over 200, Student National Edu- cation Association supplemented classroom learning with speakers and panel discussions about the teaching profession. Representatives attended the Student Kansas State Teach- ers ' Association convention. Lawrence Wcnddin was elected state historian to serve on the Student KSTA board, Larry Kruse was president; Dr. Gordon Price was adviser. Members of SNEA are, back row: Lawrence Wendelin, Larry Kruse, Bill Smith. Front row Randy Wolfe, Glenda Cleveland, Dr, Gordon Price, adviser. 147 Math Club members are, back row: Clement Ms u rath, Michael Grub, Darwin Brown, Larry Bur rows. Second row: Wayne Duer, Harr Grubb, James Boyle, Jack Humburg, Orville Etter, adviser. Front row: Loud la Burnett, Doro- thy Phillips, Ima Lee Heier Sylvia Brockmeier, Edna Doley. Clubs Augment Classroom Data with Trips, Study To augment d ass room information, Mathematics Club members shared individual work and papers, often dealing with special phases of math or even a certain problem. Non- majors as well as majors may belong. John Briery u r as pres- ident; Orville Etter was adviser. A two- day trip to Kansas City for the sectional meeting of the American Chemical Society accented Chemist ry Club ' s year. Members also sold chemistry and physics handbooks, and held a spring banquet, Montford Miller w r as president; Robert Richards, ad- viser. Chemist ry Club members are, back row: Robert Richards, Monte Miller, Dr. James McMethan, Terry Mi tier. Fourth row: Richard Landes, Roger Rupp, Ed- ward Puiig, Dar Tzou. Third row: Gerald Hoffman, Sam Nakadomari, Ron- ald Horinek, Roger Earley. Second row: Diana Cal Ion, Fred Shih, Edna Doley, Yi Wu. Front row: Edward Hong, Margaret Schaefer, Sylvia Brockmeier. 148 P.E. Organizations Promote Recreation Newcomer to campus, Men ' s Physical Education Majors Club joined the departmental clubs which enrich academic programs with speakers and pro- fessional contacts. Recommending specifications for the certification of coaches was one of their main endeavors. The men also volunteered for campus proj- ects, and held joint meetings with women ' s physical education groups. Dr. James Bel isle and Troy Cleland were ad- visers; Clark Engle was president. Any girl interested in sports and recreation is invited to share the fellowship of Women ' s Recrea- tion Association. Sports events, such as sports days for high school girls, WRA fun nights and ski trips to Colo- rado offer a year-round program of fun. All these activities further WRA ' s purpose: to promote recrea- tion so as to build rational and wholesome senti- ments, habits and traditions among college students, Mrs. Suzanne Resler was adviser; Connie Ben- nett was president. Members of WRA Board are, hack row: Linda Miller, Dorothy Hull. Mickey Wasinger, Connie Bennett Margaret Hogan, Suzanne Resler, adviser. Front row : Mary Capps, Sharon Zimmerman, Sandra Blake, Wilma Michadis, Iona Grosshans, Sharon Kralicek, Men ' s Physical Education Majors Club members are, back row: Clark Engle, David Kodsch, Herb Songer. Fifth row: Jim Johnson, Don Fry, Roy Unger, Jerome Hein. Fourth row: Steve Elliot, Larry Pickering, Bill Wilson, Ronald Freed, Bill Getty, Third row: Jade Harms, Phil Jacob, Paul Resler, Donald Herron, Second row: Louis Pivonka, Lee Albert, Robert Allmon, Ralph Holen, Front row: Dr, James Bel isle, adviser; Roger Buck, Gary Cooper, Robert Martz, James Bousman. 149 Plaques, pledge paddles, trophies — you name it they make it. Industrial Arts Fair Giant Event for Club Major project of the Industrial Arts Club is hosting the annual industrial arts fair, which has grown by leaps and bounds, bringing thousands of high school entries from all over Kansas. Then, to cap this giant event, the men camped out over night using equipment specially made by the department. To see industrial arts in action, the club took a field trip to Kansas City to visit the Frank Paxton Lumber Com- pany and the Buick-Oldsmobile assembling plant. Fraternity and sorority pledge paddles and Homecom- ing float trophies are customarily made by the men as a money-making project. At the end of each semester, the group honors ten members having the highest grade points with a banquet. Everett Hennessey, adviser; Conrad Peterson, president. Industrial Arts Club members are, back row: F, Hilgers j. Bitter, T. Button, B. Wiegand, K. Bolt, I, E. Hampton, R. Pruter, J. Flummerfelt. J. Brown. D, Nickels, D, McKee, Dr. C. Cain. Third row: L. Adams. J. Armstrong, L. Scott, R. McKinney. E. Gerritaen, B. Johnson, D, Haberman, S. Albright. L. Michael is, R. Ashworth. Second row: D. Stemert, E. Hennessey, adviser; B, Nicholas, J. Bandd, B. Barnett. D Martin, M. Laird, D, Witte, R. Hcimer, T, McLain, L. Jenisch. From row: R. Pitner, R. Kouperich, S. Rogers, M. Bennett, P. Lawrence. R, Nordman, W, Melton, I.. Gould, R. Porter B. Wagner, }. Garetson. Back row: F, Weers, V. Kraus, E. Westerman, F. Ninel, W Wiechen, J, Boor, R. Ndson, D, Murphy, J. White, A Roberts, R. Zimbelman, L. Schueler, L. Johannes, Third row: W. Dempsey. K. Deeding, D. Jones, E. Votruba, M. Murphy, B. Rueb, G. Brooks. D. Oliver, G. Steele, C Eaton. Third row: G. Wells, D. Hildebrand. D Robertson, S, Smith. D Westbrook, j, Deason, B. Hackerott. R. GeGarmo, J. Hedrick, S. Worley. Front row: I.. Garner, J. Jeffries, K. No I Jet te, M. Dinkel, H. Dykstra, F. Thorpe, C Peterson, W, Breer, E. Zimbelman. ISO Members of Home Economics Chapter arc, bark tow: June Krebs, Janet Roohms, Linda Amerine, Vicky Irvin, Carolyn Sas$e, Try] la Klinzman, Marcia Cain, Sheryl Drake, Shirley Kdler, Sheila Mosher, Mrs. Maxine Hoffman, adviser. Third row: Cheryl Lynn Scott, Fran Maurath, Sylvia Richard, Vickie Wright, Janice Curtis, Khoda Dansel, Judy Casey, Diana Bartholomew, Janis Dempsey, Linda Kahmeyer, Second row: Sharon Kralicek, Margaret Hogan, Martha Kilgore, Rosa Jones, Alfreds Herman, Connie Bennett, Georgiana Hayse, Dorothy Urban, Mary Smith, Martha Hinnergardt. Front row: Alice Beesley, adviser; Sharon Duncan, Marilyn Morton, Marilyn Dlcke, Jan a lee Beals, Judy Tyson, Charlotte Conrad, Marsha Smith, CJydene Kagarice. Programs Develop Professional Awareness Awareness of all ages was the emphasis of the Home Economics Chapter. Members observed and studied chib dren throughout the year; and at Christmas, caroled and presented a candy wreath to the Ellis Good Samaritan Center, a home for the aged. Marcia Cain was president; Mrs. Maxine Hoffman, ad- viser. To get acquainted outside of classes, student nurses belong to Nurses Club. The girls have holiday parties and picnics at the lake Programs developed the professional concept of nursing to help the girls adjust to their profession. Miss Leora Stroup and Miss Shirley Rowlands were advisers; Rose bang was president. Members of Nurses Club are, back tow: Jan Montgomery, Jean Ann Quinn, Josephine Keith. Sixth row: Sharon Stutzman, Norma Adams, Jolene Jensen, Claudia Magic. Fifth row : Carol Jean Haaga, Rose Lang, Kathryn Heublein, Jolene Donart, Jean Danner. Fourth row: Linda Butler, Ann Dupont, Meredith Mil- lion, Sheryl Guy, Lanetta Hatch. Third row: Cl a met ta Sthwien, Margaret Quirlng, Cindy Hagaman, Beth Lamoreux, Danna Carter, Kar- ieen Beckman. Second row: Kay Beck, Carole Pfeifer, Sarah Miller, Mary Waggoner, Karyl Brickey, Glenda Sehrock. Front row: Mrs. Sherry Fehrenbather, adviser; Sue Norman, Jackie Carpenter, Ann Stan berry, Mary Korief Merrily Pierson, Maty Lou Livingston, Con- nie Zerfas. rrmigM. j-h 5 c I m ' ‘ a 1 m ISf APPLIED ARTS Band’s Enthusiasm Reveals Tiger Pep Fort Hays State Band marched through the fall, arrayed in glittering gold and black uniforms. Its colorful display brightened football games and the Homecoming parade. A pep band, made up of mem- bers of the Tiger band, helped generate enthusiasm at basketball games. Fall ' s military discipline was transformed into concert formality in the spring, as the band gave its annual spring concert, as well as short concerts for Hays High School, Career Day, and Furlough variety show. Symphonic band, a more select group, toured North Central Kansas high schools and performed for the high school band clinic. Lyle Dilley was director of the bands; Earl Blauer, assistant conductor; and Anne High, band president. Band Personnel, back row: D. Eppinger, J. Beck, B, Shilling, J. Regier, j Morford, P. Morrell, R Berger, L. Martin, J. Korf, J. Mul- len, I. Stetler, C. Cody, R. Ellis, D. Gerdes, R. Harshbarger, J. Weber. Fourth row: L. Dilley, director; M. Lowry, K. Miller, M. Smith, G, Cyr, R. Regier, G. Merklein, E- Blauer, P. Fitzgibbons, D. Foley, J. Burley, J. Heiny, N. Thomas, B. Westerman, D. Roeseh, R. Jensen. Third row : J Fox, S. Bott, R. Osborn, B. Summer, C. Manos, J Brown, J. Hoppas, B. Staven, A. Mead, M. Neukirch, Y. Puckert, J. Ruff, Second row: P, Osthoff, N. Thiele, M. Kuhn, K. Low-, R McCoiey, B. Stewart, R. Parker, L. Jones, D. B auer, L. Foague, J. Griffin, L Poleyn, G. Scanlon, C. Bollinger, S. Eilrith. Front row: S, Barta, D. Legg, V. Sisk, R, Cokeley, A, High, M. Miller, J. Stevenson, j Evans, G, McMasters, M. Kats, L. Kumberg. Lyle Dilley directs the band ' s last performance of the school year, graduation. 153 Personnel of Brass Choir is. back row: Hal Dellinger, John Burley, George Si robe I, Sidney Bolt, David Foley, Duane Roesch, Earl Biauer. Front row: Roy Harsbbarger, Ron Cokeley, Michael Smith, Robert Regier, Gary Mcrklein. Soloists Brighten Concerts Constant practice produces adept performers. College- Community Orchestra, made up of townspeople, faculty, and college students, gave two concerts this year, besides playing for the Christmas Vespers production of Berlioz ' s ' The Infancy of Christ ' In December the Orchestra concert featured Marvin Blickenstaff on the piano, and in April, Judy Shindler on the cello. Orchestra director is Edwin Moyers, A fall tour to high schools in southwestern Kan- sas and a concert in December occupied the Brass Choir first semester. Second semester the members worked in small ensembles. Dr, behind Bartholomew was director. 154 coherence fluency „ Moyers urges orchestra to exactness . . . Given by College-Community Orchestra Personnel of Orchestra is, back row: E, Moyers, director; C Sch- menke, J. Peoples. Third row: ]. Bauer, S. Dokzal, W. Sievers, P. Osthoff, J. Rife, D. Dudrey, M. Bartholomew, L. Bartholomew, E. Miller, N Thiele, L. Foicyn, J Russell, J. Griffin, E. Blauer, N. Russell, L. Dll ley, G. Merklein, K. Miller, S. Zerfas, M. Hurst, C. Horner, M, Zenge. Second row: J. Zenge, E. Shindler, L. Terlten, C Wilson, V, Manderscheid, M. Cain, N. Miller, H. Pugh, S r Boone, A. High, M, Bushong M. Watson, P. Schleich, j. Haigler. Front row: B. Hem ken, D. Bliekenstaff, S, Shindler, A. Pfannenstiel, J. Brown, R. Brown, B. Storm, L. Herren, C. Bay- singer, j. Shindler. I 55 Jmpromptwos from front: Carol Lipp, Gloria McFarland, Lynda Lynch, Gloria Dizmang, Mary Mimic, Rita Saddler, Nione Obon, George Kay, Jerry r Michaelis, Tom Riffe, Wayne Witwer. The Impromptwo rhythm section depends primarily on pianist, Sharon Daniels; drummer, Jim Lundin; string bass. Dan Price; Mary Maude Moore, director. Annual Pops Concert Men ' s and Women ' s Glee Clubs joined forces with other campus choral groups and College-Community Orchestra to present Bcrloizs ' The Infancy of Christ” for Christmas Vespers. Spring was a busy semester for Director Mary Maude Moore, who produced the annual pops concert, Poise ' n Ivy, Men’s and Women ' s Glee Clubs, Im- prompt wos, and l’ort Hays dancers put forth their best for two evenings of top-drawer fun and entertainment. Easter morning, Mary Maude and her Impromptwos boarded a plane for the long-awaited tour of the Far East, The versatile ambassadors carried the name of Fort Hays State half-way around the world as they entertained troops in Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Taiw r an, Philippines and Guam. 156 Miss Moore not only directs, but on occasion biends hoc voice with Casual rehearsal hours are frequent preceding the Far East tour, the group. Is Production of Glee Clubs, Impromptwos Men s and Women s Glee Clubs, and Impromptwos combined efforts to produce Poise n Ivy fcr 0 f V» f ' 157 Concert Choir members are, back row: Ron Lindberg, Ray Wohieffer, Larry Stetkr, Jerry Brown, Jim Bailey, Bruce Wilkens, Joe Doleaal, Allaire Homburg, Arthur Gribben, Vernon Goering, Gary Miller Third row: Eleanor Pool, Janis Brown, Susan Gooch, Wendell Folkerts, Gail Cyr, James Long, Morris Dee wall, David Bauer, Galen Olson, Linda Schiedeman, Mary Cochran, Linda Overton Eaton. Second row: Cheryl Irvin. Connie Cody, Mary Noel, Jeannette Evans, Judy King Brewer, Judy Sillin, Emilie Miller, Betty Converse, Sharon Eilrich, Janet Nelson, Barbara Reese, Rose lb Linenberger. Front row: Agnes PfannensteiJ, Candy Olson, Janet Deities, Carolyn Mc- Cartney, Connie Crouch, Donald Stout, director, Linda Thorn- ton, Marilyn Crabtrey, Marianne Cunningham, Kathleen Beck- man Beck, Peggy Ostboff . Tours, Concerts Fill Performance Schedule A tout of southern Kansas and winter and spring con- certs filled the schedule for Concert Choir. The Choir was supplemented on some of its local performances by the Col- legian Chorale. Both are under the direction of Donald Stout. Port Hays Singers donned costumes of English lords and ladies to perform for the Madrigal Dinner in the Memorial Union and also to present an Old English Christmas on KAY5-TV. The Singers traveled to Oklahoma City to entertain a convention of music educators and also gave a home concert, the Spring Spiel. Donald Stout sings as lit directs the Concert Choir. 158 Fort Hays Singers are, hack row: Eleanor Pool, Joe Dolezal, Judy Brewer. Third row: Betty Converse, Ron Lind berg, Gail Cyr, Janet Nelson. Second row: Gary Miller, Barbara Reese, David Bauer. Front row : Kay Solomon, James Long, Morris Deeuall, Connie Cody. Collegian Chorale members are, back row: Dennis Adams, Jim S toller, Bob Blackburn, Thomas KeEley, Ron Harders, LaVern Million. Third row: Jerry Peterson, Keith Ogburn, Donald Meckfcssd, Lavern Wetzel, Arden Schoeni, Gene Swinton, and Bill Wilcox. Second row: Arlene Van Galder, Rita Wicke, Annette Denk, JoAnne Schmidt, Freda Rrauer, Shirley Dreil- ing, Eileen Baker, Marilee Henderson, and Kathy Georg. Front row: Deanna Han mg, Janice Martin, Judy Seuser, Alida Ross, Jolene Sulzman, Mary Lou Ruud, and LaVelda Young. 159 Drama Classes Produce Series of One-Act Plays Little Theatre and drama classes presented a series of one- act plays for the Fine Arts Festival in May and a cutting from Mo lie re ' s " The Affected Young Lad.es " at the Alpha Psi Omega banquet. Earlier in the year " The Death of Bessie Smith ' drew capacity crowds for several nights at Wesley Student Center. " An Afternoon of Holiday, " extending the Christmas spirit and cuttings from Archibald MacLeish ' s " J. B.” and " The Fad of the City " were the main productions of Readers ' Theatre. This relatively new idea in literature, depends upon oral interpretation of text rather than costumes and staging. Miss Harriet Ketchum was director of Little Theatre; Leon Tilbury was director of Readers ' Theatre. Les Graf and Roger Moffett use masb following the style of Greek drama. Members of Readers ' Theatre are, CUa.en and Kay Finley. W — ,f Merle Rhoades, and Roger Moffett. Front row: Glenda Taylor, Carol) Oplmger, joiNei.e Mclrer, and Pat Stearns. ■ 160 Affected young ladies succumb to unsophisticated reactions when their masquerading nobleman proffers his wig. Drama seeks many forms of self-expression. The courier, Doug Teel, watches as Prince Charming, Murray Anderson, places the slipper on the foot of Cinderella, Donna Hillman. 161 Debaters Battle Way Around Proposition Resolved: That the United States should adopt a policy of public works to solve the unemployment problem. Fort Hays State debaters battled their way around this proposition, filling their trophy case on the way. Fourteen tournaments netted the team seven trophies, which included three third places and the Sweepstakes from the University of Colorado at Boulder, The team traveled across the country from the computer tournament at the California Institute of Technology to New England ' s Harvard University. They qualified for the West Point eliminations, which made them one of the top sixteen teams in an 8 -state area. Debate coach is James Costigan. Steve Trarnel and Richard Scott research their material. Top: Murray Anderson and Joyce McMains locate troubled labor areas, Bottom: Nancy York sights next tournament location for Cheryl Ruder. Movement and action are set to the tune of " Copenhagen.” Ballet demands control of balance. Precision movements enhance the effectiveness of the dance. Orchesis Choreographs All Its Performances Performances for Dames Club, Tiger Hop, Artist and Lectures and Poise n Ivy presented opportunities for members of Orchesis to choreograph dances. When needed, males were recruited to provide muscle for various dances. The group is under the direction of Mrs, Suzanne Resler. Radio staffers; Becky Bodenhamer, Brooks Kellogg, Janet Pechanec, Phillip Williams, Steve Larson, and Gary Thompson await the " go M signal. KFHS Broadcasts From Malloy Hall KFHS broadcasting with new facilities from Malloy Hall, gained momentum for better and more comprehensive programs. The cramped and inade- quate area in the coliseum was exchanged for more room and new equipment. Increased facilities in- cluded two offices, two control rooms, two sound proof studios and six individual announcing booths. A staff of seven and their assistants collaborated to bring KFH to the five residence halls Monday through Friday. Programs included ' Coaches Corner ' , interviews with campus professors and organizations, music and radio dramas w ritten and produced in the studios. Mr. Heather directed radio activities. Mr. Heather explains functions of various controls to radio enthusiasts. 164 Members of Rodeo Cl Lib are, back row: Roger McCabe, Gordon Mauch, Clair Carlisle, Willie Martin, Eugene Lehmann, Dick White, Bob Kephart, Dennis Schmidt, Dale Myers. Third row: Terry Sallee, David Robertson, Larry O’Bleness, Buddy Williams, Jim Ochs, Tom Fey, Ron Rogers, Richard Randall, Myron Edmonston, Bud Brim- gardt, Dennis Swayze. Steve Blythe Joe Hedrick, Sig Collins, Bill Skydiver effects a perfect landing. Morphy, Leo Dufiois, Darrell Robot tom, Danny Meredith, Lonnie Kent, Rodney Ensel, Mike Seyb, Roy Meerian, Jack Walker, Front row: Sharon Kogler, Glenda Rudolph, Pat Wine, Gloria Eilers, Suzanne 11 ear re 11 , Lois Fagerquist, Kathy Rucschoff, Joyce Super, Shei Fleck to stein, Linda Jennings, Peggy Osthoff, Joan Walker, Norma Williams, Donita Moore, sponsor. Rodeo Club, Skydivers Generate Excitement Activities in the Rodeo Chib included rodeoing at Ellis and attending the annual KJ State Rodeo at Manhattan. A pic- nic and a square dance concluded the club ' s social activities. As one of the fastest grov mg organizations on campus, early recognition was obtained when their candidate Joyce Super, was chosen Sweetheart Queen. Skydivers are dedicated to the safety, advancement and enjoyment of the art of free-fall sport parachuting. The group is an affiliate of the Parachute Club of America. On week- ends with good weather, the men took advantage of every opportunity to jump and repack near the airport. Members of Sky Divers Club art: Doug Jones, Dave McCoy, Owen Durt, Dave Ayres, Jerry Jeffries. I 65 Circulation Manager Jackie Wilson strides off to deliver papers across campus. Collecting and compiling the news is a weekly task for sports editor Gary Kisner and reporter Dennis Pearce. Editorial assistants Con- nie Cusick and Marla Morgan profit from last week s mistakes. Reporters Martha Daniel, Ron Fischli, Sue Hudson, Marion Tomson, Jack Stout, Carol Saddler and Avonne Melton meet to read the final product of their efforts Reporters Lee Mai and Joyce Walker are eager to see their stories in print. 166 Copy editor jerry Dcmel, editor Norman Brewer, business manager Joe Whitley and adviser Mai Applegate visit the print shop to mate last minute corrections. Leader Staffers Gain Journalism Experience With the use of Hays Daily News and KAYS facilities, the Leader staff put out a special election issue November 4. Such activities gave the staff the opportunity to learn journal- ism from first-hand experience. A news and editorial staff of twenty-five produced the campus eight-page weekly, State College Leader, reaching thousands of students, faculty, parents, alumni, and advertis- ers. For six of the past seven semesters. Associated Collegiate Press has assigned the paper a first-class rating. Editor for the past two years has been Norman Brewer; Malcolm Applegate was adviser. Leaders fly off the press as printer Bob May guides them through. 167 In front of the camera for a switch but still behind one are photographers Dayte Gillespie, Lawrence Schueler and Lorraine Jackson. Gene Hottman doses ad sale while Tom Kindsvater, sports editor, proofs copy. Pam Alspaw crops pictures and Kathy Pivonka alphabetizes student cards. Carole Faustian and Mimi Delay select the exact pictures for Greek section. QTi inoNS 168 Ted Lucas, business manager, checks sales figures with Mrs. Katherine Rogers, adviser, while Sammye May, associate editor, and Candy Mitchell, editor, plan the theme and layout for the ' 65 Reveille. First Fall Delivery Book Creates Many Headaches Fall delivery created new and unfamiliar problems for the 1965 Reveille staff. In addition to the year-long task of recording the story of Fort Hays State, members had the job of delivering books to all students not returning to school this fall. A staff of approximately 25 worked diligent, uncounted hours from September to May on the preparation of the 352 page volume, the largest ever produced at Fort Hays State. Editors Candy Mitchell and Sammye May and Mrs. Katherine Rogers, adviser, visited the Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas, and joined members of the Leader staff in attending an As- sociated Collegiate Press journalism convention in Chicago. Joyce Dunkel, organization editor, aided by Ron Fisthli, circulation manager, type correct names on organization pages. 169 SERVICE Union Committees Service Campus To determine policies and regulations for the Memorial Union is the function of the Union Board, Changes in this year s policies included a five-cent charge on all checks cashed and increased rent for meeting rooms. Various award plaques for contests sponsored by the Union were hung in the snack bar. jerry Ruttman was Union director; Dale Kirk- ham was chairman of the board. Union Program Council, comprised of the chair- men of the Union committees, met weekly to discuss programs and events. Movie, dance, music, arts and exhibits, publicity, games and variety compose the union committees. The members are chosen from applicants by the Program Council. Various functions included the Madrigal Dinner, Sweetheart Ball, and Tiger Hops. Through the efforts of the committees the Union Pops Concerts and foreign films were brought to the campus. Betty Brandenburg is program director; Claudia Peacock w r as program chairman. Members of Program Council are, back row: Darrel Hosie, Jon Peters, Keith Ogburn, Front row: Patsi Bale, Betty Brandenburg, Claudia Peacock, Claressa Walker, Jerry LippokL Union Board members are, far left: Dale Kirkham. Around ike table from left: Jon Peters, Jerry Ruttman, Daniel Rice, Robert Witt, Donald Slechta, Patsi Bale, Walter Keating, Keith Ogburn, Claudia Peacock, Betty Brandenburg, John Duff. 171 Tension keynotes emotions during the pool tournaments. Exhibits of all forms are displayed to benefit students. Getting caught in precarious positions at peculiar times is typical of the arts committee. Members of Dames Club are, back row: Jeannie Weyarts, Linda Johnson, Faye Steffen, Delores Mol I ha gen, Martha Htnnergardt, Janet Schueler. Fourth row: Sharon Trussell, Bonnie Wagner, Thcana Young, Marina Fagerquist Janet Skelton, Deana Coffey. Third row: LaNell Dykstra, Sharon Hardman, Sharon Fry, Patty Sehukman, Arle Ann Willis. Second row: Arabelle Wade, Dorothy Fortin, Evelyn Mead, Jackie Porter, Judy Eberhart, Jo D, Hartzell. Front row: Mary Lou Zimmerman, Nina May, Dorothy Worley, Marjorie Huelsman, Candy McCormick. Back row: Barbara Dodd, Judy Boyle, Bertha Edwards, Doris Brown, Suzanne Dauner, Fourth row: Margo Zinszer, Joan Peterson, Judy Flummerfelt, Myra Poage, Cindy Chegwidden Third row: Glenda Vogel, Marsha Jones, Kathy Sturgeon, Sue Nelson, Patty Wright, Ana Vonachen. Second row: Janet VanAmburg, Jackie Mohler, Pat Bastin, Verna Weber, Randy Chick, Kathy Schmitt. Front row: Phyllis Harmon, Sue James, Melba Millard, Ellen Roberson, Susan Walker. Club Makes Cook Books Service Byword of Club The Fort Hays State chapter of the national Dames Club is composed of wives of students. As a service project the organization filled baskets for needy families of the area. Other activities included making and stalling cook books, and sponsoring a Christmas party for the members 3 children. Verna Weber was president. Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity sponsored the Ugly Man contest which netted $150 for loan funds. Members also held training sessions for officers of campus organiza- tions, helped with blood donor ' s program and charity drives, ushered and otherwise assisted at campus functions. Royer Ulrich was adviser; Annin Rudd was president. Members of At phi Phi Omega are, back tow: Richard Burnett Jerry John- son, Fifth row: Thomas Murphy, Ken Jennings Royer Ulrich, adviser; Edwin Hampton, Bill Bowsky, Fourth row: Jon Ptlers, Leroy Munsell, Steve Mermis, Bob Ransom, Marion Alcorn, John Wit- ney, Third row: Roger Rupp, Arm in Ruud, Jack Humburg, Clair Sloan, Cecil Kline, Don McGaughey. Second row; Tom Wilkerson, Harold Macy Terry Sallee, Don Glaze David Meckenstock, Jerry ' Peterson, Front row: Kent Noland, Thomas Bullock, Cecil Pettit, Allen Webster Ted Lucas, Tim Rupp, James Prinsen, 173 Members of K-CJub are, back row: Dave Brookshire, Ron Darst, Leon Schneider, Bill Royer, Larry Noffsinger, Meryl Hdtschmidt, R. J. Smiley, Francis Weens, Neal Kin hind, Dudley Fryman, Charles Myers, Gordon Mauch, Dave Jones. Second row : Don Lakin, Dennis Close, Bill Getty, Bob Niles. Joe Twyman, Paul Monty, Bob Johnson, Tom Kinds- vater, Clark Engle, Doug Opdycke, Tom Stevens, Steve Worley. Front row: Cecil Johnson, Kent Niles, Neil Cleaves, Dwight Gillespie, Jim Erickson, Gary Cooper, David Blackwell, Ed Hanson, Sidney Cooley, Cade Suran, adviser. Cheerleaders are, from left: Bonnie Partin, Gloria McFarland, Becky Roden hamer, ViVi Sterling, Sandy Whit more, Carol Lipp, Ima Jean Atwood, head cheerleader. Participation in Sports Requirement for ‘K’ Club Lettcrmen and alumni join to form " K” Club, Requirements for membership must be met academically as well as athletically, and aspiring members can earn letters through participation in any of eight sports— football, basketball, track, cross-country, gym- nastics, wrestling, tennis and golf. " K” Club raised money for scholarships by selling pop at games. Student Body Chooses Cheerleaders in Spring Each spring the student body elects cheerleaders after try- outs. The cheerleaders strive to promote school spirit and en- thusiasm at out-of-town games as well as home games. This year the cheerleaders attended a cheerleading clinic at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Tex. To acquaint fans with the new cheers, the girls performed for fraternities and sororities. c 175 Religious Emphasis Religious Groups Seek Fellowship United Christian Fellowship is a composite ol seven religious organisations under the sponsorship of the Rev. Robert Goodson and the Rev. Douglas Donovan. Concern for the dehumanization going on in the intellectual, emotional and social life prompted UCF to open The Pinky Fish " . There, a cup of tof- fee and informal conversation and various art forms for entertainment in light of the above goals, can be obtained, UCF brought Dr. Carrol McLaughlin to the campus because of his interest in the relationship of literature and religious disciplines, The Rev. John Cameron, civil rights leader and minister from Hattiesburg, Miss, spent a weekend in Hays, address- ing classes, Campus Christian Council s ' World Day of Prayer " and other groups. Mr. Cameron presented a Southerner s view on " Civil Rights Strategy and the Non-Violent Movement 1 United Campus Christian Fellowship includes members of the United Presbyterian Church, Evangel- ical United Brethren Church, and the United Church of Christ, The Fellowship enjoyed Sunday evening supper, worship, recreation and discussions concern- ing the world and community as Christians. Dr, and Mrs, Harold Choguill acted as sponsors and the Rev. Robert Goodson was program adviser. The Rev. John Cameron relates " Civil Rights Strategy " to classes and organizations, in an address to UCF. Habitues of " The Finky Fish " find various forms of enjoyment in an informal atmosphere. Members of UCCF are back row: Palmer Meek, Gary P Smith,, Dr. Harold Choguill, the Rev, Orlo Choguill, Sidney Cooley, the Rev. Bob Goodson, Front row: Dennis Delta, Sheila Hallagin, Jeannette Evans, Marianne Cunningham, Mary Ford, Diane Hunter, Mrs. Harold Choguill. 177 BSU members are, back row: Leslie McAdoOj, Terry Cleveland, Gary Timken, Fro nt row: Jane Beck, Sandy Burrows, Alpha Isom, Cecil Davis. Baptists Create Christian Attitudes by Worshiping Baptist Student Movement, affiliated with the First Baptist Church, created Christian attitudes through Sunday morning worship, evening fellowship, Biblical study, and United Christian Fellowship Focus Groups. Special activities, including retreats and Kansas Student Movement Conferences, made up the roster of events. Myron Chartier, adviser. Second row: Kathy Clark, Patrice Stearns, Karren Clay camp, June Gockerham, Janice Larrick, Mary Platt. Front row: Susan Tomrdle, Marie Miller, Ann Scott, Christine Benda, Carol Saddler, Helen McCarroll. Baptist Student Union Jinks the Southern Baptist Church and the campus. Sunday evening meetings provided opportunity for members to become better acquainted with the workings of the church and to participate in the various social functions. BSM members are, hack row: Bill Wilcox, Bruce Wilkens, Thomas Stanton, Fifth row: Edwin Hampton, James Brumitt, Terry Scott, Leland Rolfs, Fourth row: El wood Harshbarger, James Morford, Garfield Smith, Duane Harris, Donald Facklam. Third row: Gloria Goddard, Tom jimerfield, James Saddler, Philip Howland, the Rev. 178 Methodists Sponsor Study Wesley members feel the importance of devotions, and meditation in a religious atmosphere. Wesley Foundation served nearly 1,300 Methodist preference stu- dents with a fellowship of study, discussion, worship, retreats, and state, regional, and national conferences. Occasional visits to Larned State Hospital enriched the students involved. Campus Women’s Christian Organization, sponsored by the Methodist Church, met on Tuesday evenings. Programs consisted of worship and speakers, such as Cliff Riedel, who talked on the John Birch Society. Wesley Council members are, back row: the Rev. Norman. Simmons, Lynn Fleharty, From row: Karen Collins, Diana Francis, Jackie Carpenter, Anita Mollenkamp. C.W.C.O. members are, back row: Toni a Pankow, Nina Lindner, Carolyn Bollinger, Betty Moon. Second row: Donna Edwards, Anne Cooper, Jeanine Most, Alta Morgan. Front row: Kaylene Riedel, Anita Mollenkamp, Nedra Heimer, 17 ? LSA members are, back row: Kar- ken Beckman, Aneia Ruff, Jeanette Miller, Carolyn Sasse. From row: Shirley Reisig, Meredith Million, Kathrynn Schultz. LSA Encourages Study Lutherans Share Fun Lutheran Student Association is sponsored by the Trinity Lutheran Church. This year s program included a talk by the Rev. Norman Simmons who spoke on ' Situations in South America,” following his visit there. Study of the " Augs- burg Confession 1 ' helped encourage deep thought of the faith. Gamma Delta, advised by Dr, John Garwood, is af- filiated with the Messiah Lutheran Church. Weekly meet- ings included speakers, films, occasional pizza parties, and a Christmas caroling party. Several members attended the regional convention. Gamma Delta members are, back row: Richard Landes, Jon Hagerman, Warren Kbtz, Dave Isern, Lawrence Wendehn, the Rev. Warren Schmidt, adviser; Vernon Tillberg, Lloyd Kootz f Paul Klotz, Gale Thaete Third row: Donald Deutsch. Alfred Holstein, Elda Jean Tillberg, Carma Drehle, Margaret Schaefer, Pam Geyer, Carmen Coerber, Sharon Eilrieh, Terry Boger. Second row: Duane Deutsch, Charlotte Harders, Renee Rusco, Janet Becker, Elaine Boedeker, Chery l Duitsman, Sylvia Brockmeier, Ronald Kruse. Front row : Dr. John Garwood, adviser; Duane Harper. Janice Hemken f Diana Dietz, Martha Rice, Linda Boschowitzki, Charlene Trapp, Ivan Katzenmekr, Henrietta Ulrich. 180 Episcopal Church Burns Canterbury Club is sponsored by the Episcopal Missionary District of Western Kansas, under the auspices of the Rev. Howard Trask. Program activities included various speakers and Bible and Prayer Book study. When fire destroyed the 55-year-old Episcopal Church in January, members undertook restoration of the brassware. Members of Canterbury Club are, back row: Joseph Zitnik, Dave Agnew. Second row: Janeen Wilson, Anne Andres, Dot tie ScoviJ, Gregg Trask. From row: Barbara Bickford, Tina Martin, the Rev, Howard Trask, adviser. Members of Deseret Club are, back row: Rick Mills, Harold Nagle, faculty adviser; Pres. Allan Altschuler, sponsor. Front row: Mickey Schmidt, Barbara Faulkner, Joan Schmidt, Wanda McClurg, Canterbury Club members spend hours polishing fire-blackened brass. Religious Clubs Organize Two new organizations for members of religious groups ap- peared on campus this winter, Deseret Club, composed of members of the Mormon faith, received instruction on the doctrine of the church presented by the president of the church, Allan Altschuler. The Jewish Hillel studied the Jewish religion and culture. Members of Hillel are, back tour. Donald Latter, Chord Lauer, Ben Hakimian, Farrokh Hakimian, William Halpern. Front row: Bijan Shafiyan, Moussa Aziz, Farhad Hakimian, Nasser Chafieiaji. Newman Club delegates who attended National Convention m Milwaukee are Bill Feldt, Diane Tholen, Father John Terbovich, Evelyn Phelps and Jean Oborny. Newmanites Win Honors Newman Club, one of the largest End most active church groups, boasts 350 members In addition to weekly meetings, the club hosted the organization ' s state convention in March, copping several honors including Bill Feldt being chosen " Outstanding Newman Club Member in Kansas in competitions that weekend. Honors throughout the year in- cluded second attendant to Homecoming Queen and first place float in open division Dances, parties and intramural participation rounded out a busy year of activity. Newman Club officers visit with Bishop Peeking of Salma. Jean Oborny, president; Bill Feldt, vice-president; Mary Munk, treasurer; Luc i da Walters, secretary; Bishop Freking; Edward McNeil, adviser; Father John Terbovich. run | f r I wlp £ ml , 14 I0y : . , ' » j $ ;4 ft 1 .f ' h i V , ' 1 : ■ • . • if m L Members of Disciples Student Fellowship are, back row: Jack Harris, Elbert DeForest, Bob Fournier, Dr. James Tilsley, speaker; the Rev. Douglas Donovan, adviser. Second row: Linus McCue, Harry Ebaugh, Dave Aday, Curtis Young, Mrs. Mae Donovan, Front row: Lois Wilson, Judy Tucker, Linda West, Barbara Nelson, Susan NEtz, LaVelda Young, Donna Prewett, Linda Ross, Christian Church Sponsors Campus Groups Disciples ' Student Fellowship is affiliated with the First Christian Church and sponsored by the Rev. Douglas Donovan, Members gain understanding of the church and its goals through discussions of the ' Doctrine and Thought of the Disciples ' Aims of the organization encourage personal wor- ship and social relationships within the church. Members of Christian Youth Fellowship, affiliated with Hays Christian Church, enrich their social, and spiritual lives through Sunday evening discussions. Their retreat was held at Cedar Bluff where such activities as hayrides and the Christmas banquet were planned. Lee Taylor advises the group. Members of Christian. Youth Fellowship are, back row: Ron Darst, Norm Dungan, John Canard, Robert Eckman, Larry Bailey. Second row: Rodney Vliet, Steve Culver, Sharon, Vliet, Loma Ziller, Arlene Eckman, Anita Bailey, Front row: Charlotte Conard, Mary Dungan. Marilyn, Denham, Carolyn Holt, Maribeth Engle. LIVING GROUPS Influencing factors come from every direction Perhaps none weigh as much among the components that mold character as the influences from everyday associates. From living groups can be learned such broad values as loyalty to a common cause cooperation and adjustability. However, the real gain comes from those closer ones — a roommate, a fraternity pledge father a next- door neighbor. These can teach completely different ways of thinking, reasoning, evaluating. They may introduce a new concept of living and behaving. These friends constitute an indispensable part of the edu- cational process. Alpha Xi ' s wage a friendly battle. Delta Tau Colony of Alpha Xi Delta Amerine, Linda Carter, Danna Conyac, Constance Cooper, Helen Dean, Shirley DeGccr, Katharine King, Dixie Miller, Louise Ulrich, Mickey Alpha Xi’s Observe K-State Rush Program Headquartering in Agnew Hall ' s first floor apartment, Alpha Xi Delta launched its second year on campus. To assist the colony in its work to become an active chapter, national officers visited during the year. The girls also visited the Kansas State University chapter to observe rush procedures. Since Alpha Xi Delta stresses leadership and scholarship, members are active in many honorary organizations. Although Alpha Xi couldn ' t compete for the Panhellenic scholarship plaque because it is still a colony, members earned the high- est sorority grade average for the fall semester. Several house parties highlighted the year, and the girls entertained dates at a western party. They also ushered for Greek Sing. 116 chapters . . . Founded: Lombard Col lege, 1893 ■ - ■ Delta Tau Colony established 1964 . . . President: Katharine DeGeer 0S W2 jp! v! ■ft i@ CP A " AGD’s Win Greek Sing With Work, Enthusiasm For the second consecutive year, Alpha Gamma Delta s hard work and enthusiasm helped them walk off with the Greek Sing trophy. Effort also paid off when the AGD Homecoming float earned second place in women ' s division. For the crowning touch, Ima Jean Atwood, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon, reigned as Homecoming Queen. Besides helping a needy family at Christmas, the chapter contributed funds from an old-fashioned cake and ice cream social to foundations for handicapped children. Spring ' s arrival brought an informal farm party, annual Rose Formal, Mother-Daughter Tea and perpetual activities with other Greeks. Continuing tradition, Alpha Gam actives honored and bid farewell to their seniors as alumnae welcomed them to the ranks on International Reunion Day, Leadership and scholarship combined last spring when AGD earned the scholarship plaque, and Ima Jean Atwood was elected head cheerleader. Also, Janet Powell was Student Body vice-president this year. " Many little maids are we sing Alpha Gams at a rush party. Epsilon Mu Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta 92 chapters . . . Founded: Syracuse, New York, 1904 . . , Epsilon Mu chapter estab- lished 1959 - - ■ Housemother: Nina Fuller . , , President: Niki Lewis Acer, Jacki Atwood, Ima Jean Aust, Nancy Bale, Patricia Brown, Susan Cain, Cheryl Case, Sue Claassen, Beverly Converse, Betty Cook, Wanda Cooley-, B. J, Crabtrey, Marilyn Custck, Connie Dietz, Diana 186 " Its Ichabod picking time 1 ' proclaims Alpha Gams Homecoming float, which won second in women ' s division. Drilling, Joanne Eickbush, Ruth Ellingboe, Ann Fielder, Jennifer Folkerts, Karen Grosshans, Iona Hand, Barbara Hirsch, Lorraine Hurlahe, Grace Kippes, Eilene Krueger, Pam Lewis, Niki Low, Kathryn Lynch, Lynda McLean, Christine Misegadis, Nina Myers, Pamela Nelson, Janet Partin, Bonnie Fechanec, Janet Phelps, Evelyn Powell, Janet Ridgway, Susan Riner, Pat Reese, Barbara Roemer, Anita Schmitt, Beverly Schroeder, Ann Seibel, Carol Sheets, Naomi Springer, Carol Stum, Linda Swann, Virginia Thornton, Linda Whitmore, Sandra 187 Delta Zetas Dominate Sweetheart Royalty Cigarette girl Barb Faulkner ads a lively touch to a Delta Sig rush party. Looking for a sweetheart? Try the Delta Zeta house. DZs showed their stuff by coming out of the Sweetheart line-up with four winners. Their candidate, Terry Shoemaker, was crowned king and Joyce Super, sponsored by Rodeo Club, was queen. Vae Jene Bow ' man, sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi, was chosen first attendant; and Tammy Weigel, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda, was second attendant. Keeping it in the sorority, Carole Faustian made the third consecutive DZ Reveille Queen, And at the Greek pledge dance, Carol Henderson was elected Little Greek Queen. The Branding Party, spring Rose Formal, Delta Zeta State Day, held at FHS, and a round of service projects and social activities kept the year humming. Pledges decorated a Winter Wonderland for the Christ- mas formal, and again honored the chapter by capturing the fall scholarship plaque. Exhibiting the pep and loyalty that prevailed throughout the year, DZs created the prize-winning Homecoming float in the women ' s division. Deltas served FHS too. Carol Henderson was head twirler; Candy Mitchell edited the Reveille and Sammye May was the associate editor. Delta Omega Chapter of Delta Zeta 152 chapters . . . Founded : Oxford, Ohio, 1902 . . Delta Omega chapter established 1956 . . . Housemother: Rea Marshall . . . President: Vae Jene Bowman. Armstrong, Tonya Baier, Nancy Bartholomew, Diana Beals, Janalee Beck, Jane Before Janice B ere ns, Phyllis Bickford. Barbara Bowman, Vae Jene Brandenburg, Bonnie Brickey, Karyl Danner, Jean Davis, Janis DeLay, Mimi DeMay, Kathy Dunkel, Joyce Elsea, Mary Lou Faulkner, Barbara Flair, Beth Guth, Constance Hansen, Mary Hardman, Debbie Herrington, Nancy Holt, Carolyn 188 Huncker, Diane Keller, Darnell Kesler, Karen Loewen, Sue May, Sammye McClaren, Julie Mitchell, Candy Moman, Kaye Mosher, Sheila Nelson, Martha Ostrander, Susan Palmer, Ava Paustian t Carole Peavey, Carolyn Peter, Kathy Pivonka, Kathy Renner, Penney Schoeni, Eulonda Sexsmith, Cheryl Skelton, Linda Smith, Carol Sterling, Vi Vi Super, Joyce Tedesco, Jo Anne Thomas, Elaine Tigrier, Jan Weigel, Phyllis Weig el, Tammy 189 Diane Smith entices Mac Reed to join the lodge. Sigma Kappas Prove Scholastic Prowess Having proved their scholastic prowess by earning the actives ' scholarship plaque for the fall semester, Sigma Kappas exhibited their determination and drive by winning the Daisy Mae contest for the third consecutive year, and thereby retiring the trophy. Rushees were entertained at the Political Party and the Pearl and Triangle Party. Then the new pledges took their turn and treated the chapter to an informal. Woodsy Ski Lodge, using a rustic atmosphere of blankets and tree stumps. Pledges also invited other sorority pledge classes to their annual Valentine ' s tea, Sheila Halligan, sponsored by McGrath Hall, was second Homecoming attendant. The Sigma Kappa candidate for Sweetheart King, Andy Nelson, placed as second attendant. Delta Omicron Chapter of Sigma Kappa 101 chapters . . . Founded: Watervillc, Maine, 1874 . . . Delta Omicron chapter established 1959 . . Housemother: Elsie Veatch , . . President: Joyce Trogdon Baler, Sharon Beeler, Ann Binder, Elaine Bray; Carol Cummins, Sandra Demmltt, Vicki Dope, Janet Eilrich, Sharon Hullagln, Sheila Hatch, Lanetta Leopold. Mary Marietta, Teri McCoky, Roma Miller, Melodee 90 Nelson, Barbara Ohlemeier, Linda Olson , Nione Regier, Jeanette Reising, Gretchen Roth, Cynthia Ruder, Cheryl Ruff, A net a Sheets, Sheryl Smith, Barbara Smith, Diane Steele, Elizabeth Teeter, Ann Teter, Diana Trogdon, Joyce Vogel, Patricia Weigel, Mary Williams, Delores 191 Even President Cunningham gets in on the shoeshine service. Sigma Serves Children; Girls Repair Toys " Shoeshine anyone ? " proposed the Tri Sigs before the Reveille and Sweetheart Balls. For their national social service project, Tri Sigmas set up a shoeshining business in the Union, the proceeds of which went to the Robbie Page Memorial During the Christmas season, to carry out their motto, " Sigma Serves Children ' the girls collected, repaired and dis- tributed hundreds of toys to children in the area. They also entertained children with games, refreshments and presents from a feminine Santa Claus. Early in the fall a majority of Sigmas packed bag and baggage and headed to Denver to hostess a regional conven- tion. Highlight of the Sigma Sigma Sigma social year was the Deep Purple Formal dinner and dance at which the Sigma Sir, Mike Watson, was crowned. Carol Lipp, sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma, won fi rst Homecoming attendant, and Doris Leiker and ' Connie Crouch, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda and Sigma Phi Epsilon were Reveille attendants. Tri Sigma placed second in Greek Sing, and their candidate for Sweetheart King, Andy Johnson, was first attendant. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma 66 chapters . . . Founded: Farmville, Vir- ginia, 1898 . . . Alpha Gamma chapter established 1925 . . . Housemother: Agnes Townley . . President: Gloria McFarland Archibald, Kathleen Barrows, Bob Jane Basgall, Norma Buss, Estle Bodenhamer, Rebecca Campbell, Ear! cone Clark, Kay Cooper, Reta Crouch, Connie Dan id, Martha Daniels, Sharon Dirks, Sandra Dizmang, Gloria Powder, Cathey Georg, Kathlyn Gilmore, Carolyn 192 Gloria McFarland and Judy’ Rolfs lead a serenade to their Sigma Sir, Mike Watson, Gilmore, Virginia Grim Carolyn Hidlagin, Sandra Henderson. Men lee Holt, Veda Boss, Janet Hudson. Sue lannitti, Kay Kundred, Jacqueline Leiker, Doris Leuty, Connie Linenberger, Marla Lipp, Carol Mahoney, Kathy McFarland,, Gloria Newcomer, Sandy Peter, Sally Reinhart, Sandra Rolfs, Judith Schmidt, Joanne Schon, Wilma Simminger, Sheryl Sipe, Judi Smith, Phyllis Smith, Sara Smrcka, Virginia Sportier, Patricia St ran at hart, Joyce Stuart, Patricia Thiele, Nancy Tyson, Judy Valerius, Jonnie Waldman, Donna Weber, Patricia Weigel, Jane Worth, Agnes 193 Brotherhood indudes good food at a Christmas banquet. AKL’s Float Wins Sweepstake Flonors Homecoming sweepstakes honors must feel at home with Alpha Kappa Lambda, for the fraternity ' s float gleaned the trophy for the second consecutive year. Titled Tigers Thrash the Ichabods, " the combine float tumbled Ichabods from the thrasher into the care of ' ' nurses 5 ' from a following ambulance. AKLs also backed their bearded Joe contestant, Dennis Adams, collecting money to make him the winner. Beginning the year with one of the largest pledge classes of its history, the chapter remained busy with the ' Go To HeiP party, Christmas dinner, caroling party with Alpha Gamma Delta, and other Greek exchange activities. To serve the community, members contributed blood to the blood bank. When things might have settled down, there was the " Spring Splash " formal followed by Parents 5 Day. At the K-State regional AKL workshop, Bruce Fcldkamp was master of ceremonies. AKL sponsored Reveille Attendant Doris Leiker and Sweetheart Second Attendant Tammy Weigel. Andy Johnson was Sweetheart First Attendant, and Mike Watson was named Sigma Sir of the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda .32 chapters . . . Founded: Berkeley, Califor- nia, 1914 . Alpha Delta chapter estab- lished 1961 , . . Housemother: Lillian Gennette . . . President: Larry Jones Adams, Dennis Anderson, Danny Aschtnbrenner, Gerald Aust, Jim Barrett, John Baxter, Randall Beach, Craig Brain ard, Rick Brooks Jimmie Cole, Arthur Conard, Norman Craig, Donald Delaney. Robert De p p ersch mitt, Kei th Deyoe, Eddie Drussel, Gary Emin, Richard Feldkamp, Bruce Finkenbinder, Dueward Getty, Carlton Giese, Mark 94 Lep: ' Hey, look us over!” Here come the AKLs and accompanist after their unique Greek Sing per- formance. Bo Horn: ' Angels of mercy” assist fallen Ichabods, Glaze, Eldon Hrabe, Larry Hubbard, Gary Jacka, Alan Jones, Larry Jones Warren Kirkham, Dale Knoll, Terry Kreighbaum, John Learning, Bobby Lindquist, Jon Locke, Johnnie Meckfessel, Donald Miller, Gary Montgomery, Richard Moser, Michael O ' Neill, David Palmer, Tom Purer, Tom Revilla, Carlos Rodeman, Charles Sculley, Max Schmutz, Dale Schoeni, Arden Sekavec, Glenn Shaffer, Richard Simmonds, Gail Slopansky, Paul Spicer, James Stecklein, Jerry Sullivan, Michael Swayze, Dennis Thomas, Craig Thomas, John Thorpe, Francis Walters, William Westhoff, Larry Wi Idem an Dick Young, Gary Zimmer, Max 195 ‘ ' Qoh, do these beards itchl " But Delta Sigs would rather prow for the Sailors ' Ball than pay to shave. Delta Sigs Buy Land for Planned Expansion Like the old woman who lived in a shoe, Delta Sigma Phi has so many members, but they decided what to do. By purchasing three acres of land last summer, they became the first FHS fraternity to take steps toward building a home. Construction of the new house is anticipated within a year. Believing that a fraternity should stress service as well as fun, Delta Sigs took their football team, which won FHS intramurals, to play the Larned State Hospital team. To continue community service, pledges helped decorate Hadley Hospital for Christmas, and made Easter eggs for children in the hospital The fraternity also participated in the Heart Fund Drive. At the traditional informal Sailors 1 Ball, Janice Jones was selected as the girl with w r hom the Delta Sigs would most like to be shipwrecked. Janice also reigned as Delta Sig Dream Girl at the Carnation Ball. The spring informal was the Sphinx Ball The fraternity’s candidate, Vae Jean Bowman, won Sweet- heart first attendant, and w r ith Delta Zeta, Delta Sigma Phi sponsored Furlough Queen Eulonda Schoenl Delta Sigs turned in a good year at intramural sports, winning ping-pong singles and doubles, horse shoe doubles and football. They also peddled to third place in the men ' s Furlough bicycle race, making them the top Greek team. Gamma Omicron Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi 104 chapters . . . Founded: College of the City of New York, 1 99 . - Gamma Omi- cron chapter established 1953 ■ ■ ■ House- mothers: Avis Thomas, Ann Waudby . . , President: Harry Spencer. Adams, Fred Armbruster, Ronald Baier, Dan Barren, Lynn Billinger, Thomas Blackburn, Robert Bolinger, Mitch Bowersox, Stephen Brown, Ernest Brown Terry II Brungardt, Roy Cassen, Pete Clausen, Rod Clay, Barr)’ Cook, Dave Cordry, Richard Coulson, Jim Cyr, Gail Dale, Owen Earley, Roger Elliott, Bud 96 When a Delta Sig pledge goes through Hell Week he learns table manners if he doesn ' t learn anything else. Janice Jones — The girl with whom the Delta Sigs would most like to be shipwrecked. Engle, John Erickson, Eric Garner, Larry Grigsby, Alan Hart,. Emery Herron, Don Hladek, Kenneth Helen, Ralph Hosie, Darrell Humburg, Jack Jennings Ken Keller, Jerry Kilbourne, J. Randall King, Carroll Kruse, Ronald Lanum, George Larson, Larry Lohtmeyer, Gerald Maura th, Clement McMtllen, Douglas Meckenstoek, David Meenen, Lynn Miller, David Miller, Kenneth Morton, James Ogburn, Keith Patterson, Fred Patterson, Jerry Peters, Jon Sim, Stephen Spencer, Harry Stephen, Jerry Sutley, Irvin Thaete, Gale Thaete, Garry Til I berg, Vernon Willems, Robert Whittecar, Donald Zachman, Ronald Zohner, Carl 197 Down boy! ' Sig Eps struggle to hold the float ' s papier-mache horse. Greek Sing, A Triumph for Sigma Phi Epsilon Third time is usually the charm, but Sigma Phi Epsilon went to extremes by winning Greek Sing for the filth con- secutive year. And for the past two years, Sig Eps have taken the first trophy in the Greek chariot race. This year, their Homecoming float took first in men s division. To house the largest fraternity on campus, Sig Eps annexed the house next door. Because they had the top grades of all national fraternities at FHS last year, Kansas Zcta chapter was awarded the Grand Chapter Scholarship Cup from National Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sig Eps also fared well in intramurals, winning tennis singles, basketball, horseshoe singles, swimming and bad- minton doubles. By no means was life all honors and no service. The men sold tickets for Jefferson ' s FT A fund-raising drive, and painted a campus landmark, the Mercl Train coach. In addition to regular hour dances and exchange dinners, an alumni Homecoming dance, the Blue Mountain Blast in- formal, a Christmas caroling party, parents ' picnic in honor of mothers, senior picnic and the Golden Heart Ball rounded out the Sig Ep social agenda. At the Golden Heart Ball, Judy Cook was chosen Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, The fraternity sponsored Homecoming Queen Ima Jean Atwood and Reveille attendant Connie Crouch. Terry Shoemaker, sponsored by Delta Zeta, u f as Sweetheart King, Kansas Zeta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon 163 chapters . . . Founded: Richmond, Vir- ginia, 1901 . , . Kansas Zeta chapter estab- lished 1958 . , . Housemothers: Esther Eslinger, Grace Wilson . . . President: Roger Shepherd, Allen, Roger Anderson, Murray Aast, Eddie Base, Steve Batrin, John Baxter, Ronald Bechtel, Roger Befort, James Bennett. Marvin Briery, John Brown, Richard Gale, Lon Cannon, Michael Channel!. Robert Christiansen, Don Colburn, Merwin Cole, Dale Daise, Gerald Denning, Larry Dietz, Dennis Dreiling, Kenneth 198 Triumphant Sig Eps carry out their director, Jim Long, after Greek Sing. Dunlap, Marvin Erickson, Jim Ficken, Jon Fritzemeier, Charles Fritzemeier, Don Gaschler, Leon Grauerholi, Eldon Hinnergardt, Roger Holopirek, Mel Hottman, Robert Ihrig, Charles Johnson, James Jones, David Kay, George Kelly, Benny Kindsvater, Tom King. Dennis La ugh I in, Gary Leas, James Lewis, Van Lloyd, Richard Long, James Loop, Larry Martin, Robert McFarland, Gary Merydith, Brent Neal, William Nelson, Jerome Newell, Dale Partridge, Robert Peck, Douglas Pepperd, Loren Reager, William Reichd, Mery In Scanlon, Gale Scanlon, Jerold Schon, Joe Shepherd, Roger Shoemaker, Terry Stapleton Jerry St. Aubyn, James Teel, Doug Watkins, Sheldon Webring, Gary Westphal, Dan Whitley, Joseph Will iam son , Wi 1 1 i am Wilson, jack Woelk, John 199 Sig Taus Reconstruct Fraternity Organization Sigma Tau Gamma tried a new system of fraternity organization and government by using permanent committees instead of a regular cabinet. Homecoming activities- kept Sig Taus busy building a float and planning a dance for visiting alumni. The Sig Tau candidate for Homecoming Queen , Carol Lipp, was first attendant. Sponsored by Sigma Kappa, Andy Nelson won second attendant to Sweetheart King. Sig Taus and DZ ' s honored their new housemothers, Mrs Ina Thomas and Mrs, Rea Marshall, with a tea, inviting representatives from all living units as well as campus officials. Dates were entertained at an informal Beatnik party and at the annual White Rose Formal. Hour dances, exchange dinners, and other activities with Greeks completed the Sig Tau calendar. Ken Depperschmidt claims the perpetual task — trophy polishing. Eta Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma 63 chapters . . . Founded: Warrensburg, Missouri, 1924 « . . Eta chapter estab- lished 1926 . . . Housemother: Ina Thomas . . . President: Robert Rucker Abels, Barry Barta, Roger Belcher, Larry Brooks, Darrell Bullock, Thomas Buser, Gabriel Davidson, Dale Depperschmidt. Ken Downs, Michael Einsel, Rodney ' Flavin, James Fournier, Robert Gardiner, Thomas Hartman, Roger Horne, Ronald Kelly, Terry 200 Korte, David Kraft „ Marvin Larson, Stephen Lindsay, Gary Mayhew, Roger McGavran, Fred Moyer, La Iren Mu n sell, Leroy Nelson, Andrew Pickett, Eldon Rucker, Robert Sidener, Ronald Smith, Arlyn Sprenkek Thomas Toole, Terry VanDonge, jerry Weeks, Loren Wonder, Richard 20 J f " — — j Nothing like a quick game before dinner to relax from ihe day. Zeta Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigs’ Candidates Reign as Pledge Queens Phi Sigma Epsilon knows how to pick queens. Their candidate for last spring ' s alhpledge dance, Betsy Steele, reigned as pledge queen, and again this fall the Phi Sig candidate Carol Henderson was victorious. Bill Rogers won the ' 64 Bearded Joe contest and Phi Sigs conquered all but one fraternity in the ' 65 softball intramurals, ending in a tie for first place. Three records were set by hardy Phi Sig swimmers dur- ing last year ' s intramurals. To bring independents and Greeks closer together, they sponsored a joint track meet. Chapter members proved themselves scholarly when they received second in overall scholastic achievement last spring. Merry Christmas w f as wished to underprivileged chil- dren at a house party. Members also helped the community by actively participating in the Heart Fund Drive, by donat- ing blood to the Red Cross, and by aiding the Hays Jaycees with the new civic center project. Although they participated in many social activities, the highlight was the White Tea Rose Formal. The year closed w ith an informal at Webster Lake, 40 chapters . . . Founded: Emporia, Kansas, 1910 , . . Zeta chapter established 1930 . . , Housemother: Fanny Riley , , , President: Stanley O’Brien Berger, Ronald Bicker, Eugene Carlin, Rickey Cooley, Sidney Deal, Fred Estes, Maynard Frazey, Lynn 202 Fryman, Dudley Kohlasch, Gary Larson, Stephen Miller, Lambert O ' Brien. Stanley Peterson, Patrick Reynolds, Terry Roberts, Blaine Rollaod, Lane Thornburg, Alan Vrbas, Dennis Wilkinson, Larry Wilson, Norman Wittreich, Kenneth 203 TKEs Compile Victories; Physical Fitness Pays Physical fitness must be the by-word for Tau Kappa Epsilon, Not only did the men win the Greek Chariot race, they also walked away w r ith championships in intramurals. They won first in volleyball, badminton singles, tennis doubles and golf doubles; second in badminton doubles, ten- nis singles, horseshoes singles and doubles; and several other positions in various sports. They also won fifth in the 40-mile Furlough bike race. TKEs were working in other areas too. Alpha Upsilon was host chapter of the Province Leadership conference held in Kansas City, They also published newsletters to alumni and other chapters, and donated blood to the Ellis County Blood Bank As a fund raising project, members hired themselves out during a ' Work Week ' Then, back in competition, Tau Kappa Epsilon took second in Greek Sing. The social season began with a Homecoming party for alumni, followed by the Pajama Party, actives-pledges foot- ball game, Roman Holiday party. Parents ' Day picnic, and the Red Carnation Ball, Last year ' s TKE Sweetheart, Kathy Archibald, was first runner-up in national competition last summer. This years Sweetheart was Carol Sullivan. Modern dancing in ancient gadb characterizes TKEs Roman Holiday Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon 210 chapters , . , Founded: Bloomington, Illinois, 1899 . . Alpha Upsilon chapter established 1942 . . . Housemother: Phyllis Kiser . . President: Ken Brown Bauer, Grover Reims, James Boston, Jack Brock, Stephen Brown. Kenneth Bula, Joe Bullock, Ronald Cox, Larry Crocker. Larry Dean, Gary Dempsey, Wayne Denny, Charles DeVore, Ted Dodge. Darrell 204 Dunham, Joseph England, Danny Erickson, Rex Ford, James Haas, James Hanson, Edward Harkness, Cliff Hayes, Dennis Hoffman, Richard Jensen, Lester Johnson, Edwin Kellogg, Brooks Montgomery, Lin don Regier, Robert Rex ford, Ray Reynolds, Gordon Robbins, Jeffrey Roesch, Duane Seifert, Dave Songer, Herb Sperling, Robert Stout, Gordon Steffen, Donald Swenson, Ed Tieszen, James Ward, Robert Zimbleman, Ronald 205 Prometheans on Move; Trophy Case Bulges " Yes ou r grandson is a Promethean Harry Hayseed and his wife tell an interviewer as entertainment for a smoker. The Prometheans ' trophy case will soon be bulging if they keep up their present pace. For topping all fraternities in racing money for the Heart Fund, they won a trophy from the Ellis County Heart Association. Fall semester actives earned the scholarship trophy for the second consecutive time with a 1 .8 average. Not to be outdone by the actives, pledges won the pledge scholarship trophy with a 138 overall. Not only was this pledge class outstanding scholarly but it also gained distinction as the largest pledge class the Prometheans have ever had. Since organising three years ago, the Prometheans have been building toward affiliation with a national fraternity. During the year, representatives from Sigma Chi chapters at Kansas State University and Pittsburg State University visited the Fort Hays Prometheans, Because of their success as a fraternity, they have earned a place on the preferred list of Sigma Chi, Of course studies are not all the men specialize in. With a 21-3 record, they captured the intramural bowling champ- ionship. They also placed in volleyball, horseshoe singles, and badminton doubles. Socially they were on the move with exchange picnics, caroling parties hour dances and their second annual formal, held at the Elks Club. Local Fraternity of Prometheans Local fraternity established 1962 . . , House- mother: Nina Stuart . . . President: Frank Southard Adams, Charles Aday, Dave Bestgen, James Bieber. James Brewer, Norman Brown, Michael Crane, Jerry Drees, Larry 206 Left: Kevin Ha$e, right, displays the active scholarship award won the second straight semester last fall and Jim Bieber holds the first-place pledge trophy. Bottom: Promethean and rushees listen to Dean of Men Bill jellison at their spring smoker, which netted 13 newcomers. Dumler, Steve Evins, Calvert Folmnsbec, Gary Hase, Kevin Hayden, Leo Ingersoll, David Martin, John McComkkj Stephen Myers, Charles Noyce, William Panyik, Richard Rhodes, Terry Robinson , Michael Southard, Frank Stranathan, Leon Swear, Michael Vernon, Gerald Zerr, Elmer 207 Acker, Kathleen; Adams, Norma; Allen, Mary; Allen, Velma; Anderson, Carol; Anglin, Judy Barten, Janis; Beeler, Ann; Belk, Bet; Blair, Connie; Bon- gartz, Lynda; Broecketman, Judith Bruns, Sandra; Bryan, Cheryl; Capps, Pamela; Casey, Joleen, Casey, Judith; Chesnty, Connie Clark, Kathleen; Coen, jo; Conard, Judy; Conard, Susan; Conn, Martha; Cox, Cheryl Danse I, Rhoda; Beat rich, Geneva; Debes, Mary; Dixon, Sharon; Donahey, Lorene; Don a hey, Linda Donart, Jolene; Dunkel, Maureen; Dreiling, Shirley; Ericks son, Bronwen; Freeman, Linda; Pricker, Shirley J, Georg, Kathiyn; Gilbert, Marsha, Gilchrist, Karen; Goddard, Gloria; Gould, Nancy; Griffin, Margaret Grosshans, Iona; Gump, Donna; Guth, Constance; Gwinn, Linda; Harris, Marilyn; Hayse, Georgiana Hearrell, Suzanne; Herman, Alfreds; Herman, Teresa; Herr- man, Joyce; Hogan, Margaret; Ingram, Cheryl Connie Chesney entertains Terri Tow at the eighth annual Agnew Hall faculty children ' s Christmas party. The beaten path evidences the urgency of classes. 208 Couples enjoy Agnew Hall ' s informal, " Treasure Island ' Agnew Hall Houses 190; Living Fun Includes Parties loerger, Phyllis; Irvin, Cheryl; Ir- vin, Vicky Isom, Alpha; Janke, Margaret Jen- nings, Nora Jensen, Jolene; Jensen, Linda; John- son, Kay Jones, Marjory; Juno, Rita; Kah- meyer, Linda Karban, Elvina; Keller, Darnell; Kilgore, Martha King, Linda; King, Sandra; Kitchen, Kathken Koehler, Cheryl; Koehn, Betly; Kurth, Janice Larnoreux, Ruth; Lathrop, Carmen; Lowdermilk, Gayle Lowry, Linda; McDowell, Mary Lou; McHenry, Linda 209 McKinley Sharon; McWhirter, Danis; McWhirter, Gail; M a resell, Sharon; Marootte, Judy; Melton, Avonne Michel, Linda; Miller, Linda; Mines, Connie; Mizell, Phyl- lis; Moon, Betty; Morgan, Alta Most Jeanine; Nelson, Vicki; Ochs, Jonna; Ohmes, Ra- mona; Olson, Candance; Osthoff, Peggy Paynter, Christine; Perry, Marcia; Pivonks, Kathy; Poison, Connie; Prewett, Donna; Price, Jo Ann Richard, Sylvia; Roemer, Anita; Schrock, Glenda; Schu- macher, Judy; Simmlnger, Sheryl; Slate, Joleen Smith, Barbara; Smith, Beth, Smith, Sharon; Sparks, Cheryl; Stranberg, Datha; Stuart, Patricia Sulzman, Jolene; Swartz, Dianna; Thurlow, Janet; I ill- berg, Elda; Trebilcock, Wanda; Tucker, Linda Vint, Janice; Vondracck, Norma; Waggoner, Mary; Whar- ton, Judy; Whipple, Sharon; Wiehl, Connie Wilson, Lois; Wilson, Janeen ; Wright, Vickie; York, Nancy; Young, Patricia Agnew Girls Join Serpentine Parade Homecoming snake dance winds its way past the residence halls 210 Custer Hall Houses 190 " Fruitful Harvest captures one aspect of the " Harvest Festival " Homecoming theme. Akers, Barbara; Amos, Dianne; Anderson, Connie; Anderson, Susan; Angel, Janette, Archer, Carol Babcock, Velma; Barta, Susan; Bartley, Lois; Beam, Gloria; Bear, Linda; Beck, Jane Bell, Catherine; Beltcb, Karen; Birnbaum, Christine; Black- burn, Pamela; Blank, Judy; Blitkenstaff, Judy Buss, Estle; Cain, Karen; Caflen, Diana; Cameron, Dorene; Cheney, Carol; Clark, Kay Converse, Betty; Cooper, Elizabeth; Coppoek, Saundra; Cromwell, Carolyn; Currier, Georgianna; Curtis, Janice Cusick, Connie; David, Janice; Dechant, Marietta; Doner, Kaye; Dory, Janet; Drehle, Carma Fast, Marjorie; Fautds, Hazel; Feldman, Deanna; Flecken- stein, Sheri; Frost, Rita; Garrett, Kay Getty, Rosemary; Grant, Patricia; Gregg, Janet; Grumbein, Sondra; Hallagln, Jo; Hallagin, Sheila Harders, Charlotte; Heimer, Nedra; Hem ken, Janice; Herring, Donita; Herrington, Nancy; Hilt, Helen 21 Custer Hall ' s windows radiate Christmas greetings. Daughters displays the ‘homeyness ' of rooms to their mothers on Parents Day. Hixon, Deana; Hiatts, Rosemary; Homing, Laura; Houser, Lucille; Howe, Janet; Hunter, Tonia HurJahe, Grace; Huxman, Vada; lannitti, Kay; Jacka, Donita; Jacks, Wanita; Janne, Shirley Jeffer r , Wilda; Ter mark, Carola; Jones, Myrna; Josserand, Letitia; Kaiser, Karen; Karle, Carol Kaufman, Donna; Kceley, Patricia; Keller, Shirley; Kennedy, Karol; Klaurens, Jean; Kleweno, Sharon Kleymann, Ann; Koerperich, Janice; Kogler, Sharon; Koochel, Nancy; Koons, Karen; Kraft, Peggy Leiker, Judy; Liebenau, Janet; Liebenau, Janice; Lietz, Donna; Lighrle, Irene; Locke, Cheryl Lohrmeyer, Lois; Long, Saundra; Losey, Susan; Lott, Pamela; Marietta, Jari; Marietta, Tari McColey, Roma; Michaelis, Wilma; Miller, Marie; Miller, Melodee; Mitten, Rondy; Mollenkamp, Anita Mowry, Janice; Oetkcn, Rita; Offner, Betty; O ' Grady, Karon; Olson, Margaret; Papes, Janet 2 12 Custer Hall Custer Hall singers greet Christmas dinner guests with carols. Piland, Janice; Phillips, Vicki; Poulignot, Linda; Prdsner, Jeanne; Proesch, Carol; Rapp, Donna Rice, Martha; Richards, Nancy; Riedel, Kaylene; Riffei, Johnene; Rose, Kay; Ross, Marla Rounkles, Penny; Ruckert, Yvonna; Rudolph. Glenda; Ruff, Aneta; Rusco, Renee; Schreiber, Mar r Scott, Ann; Selbe, Nancy; Selbe, Linda; Sheets, Linda; Sheets, Naomi; Sloan, Sheila Smies, Linda; Snay, Karen; Sothers, Judith; Spatz, Sheila; Springer, Carol; Sramek, Sharon Stutzman, Betty; Sweat, Rosalie; Teter, Diana; Teschnet, Barbara; Thaiheim, Kerry; Trapp, Cheryl Tucker, Judy; Tyson, Judy; Unruh, Karen; Unruh, Mary; VanGalder, Arlene Walker, Joyce; Weers, Diane; Wicke, Rita; Wilson, Marie; Winchell, Audrey Wine, Patricia; Wingfield, Barbara; Wood, Rosemary; Zim merman, Sharon; Zweifel, Barbara 213 Adams, Donna; Adams, Sherry; Andres, An ns lee; Armstrong, Tonya; Ashworth, Judy; Ater Jack i ; Attkisson, Rita Aust, Nancy; Banks, Sue; Barnes, Virginia; Bauer, Ca ro I ; B a tier, J ud y ; Bea I s, Ja n a lee ; Bean, Sharon Beck, Kay; Becker, Janet; Benda, Christine; Biays, Ellen; Bickford, Barbara; Bieberly, Victoria; Billman, Trina Boedecker, Elaine; Bollinger, Carolyn; Ho- man, Nancy; Bonnerlin, Barbara; Bouchey, Marilyn; Brady, Beth; Brann, Judy Scheduled for completion in the fall of 1965, the addition to McMindes Hall joins the present structure as tallest building on campus. McMindes Addition to Accommodate 300 " If only we were moved in! ' J wish Janice Larrkk and Sharon Miller, 214 Third floor of McMindes Hall buzzes with party activities. After-Closing Parties Add to McMindes’ Life Bretz, Patricia; Brockmeier, Sylvia; Brown, Janis; Brown, Karen K.; Brown, Karen E.; Bryant, Janet; Burnett, Mary Burney, Meredith, Campbell, Earleene; Car- lin, Kathy; Carpenter, Jackie; Cheatum, Leslie; Chipman, Barbara; Christian, Carolyn Clark, Janet; Claycamp, Karren; Oockerham. June; Cooper, Beta; Cook, Nancy; Crabtree, Jacquelyn; Crouch, Connie Cruse, Sheryl; Cunningham, Marianne; Dan- iel, Martha; Danner, Jean; Davis, Janis; Dean, Shirley; Dein.es, Jan Denk, Annette; Depe, Janet; Dible, Julia; Dietz, Diana; Dipman, Dedria; Doonan, Barbara; Dreiling, Joanna Drescher, Ann; Droste, Karen; Edwards, Donna; Filers, Gloria; Ellis, Marcia; Ely, Lynn; Endacott, Susan Engle, Maribeth; Engleman, Pamela; Evans, Jeannette; Fager, Becky; Fagerqmst, Lois; Fisher, Ruth; Fitzgerald, Cheryl Flagler, Charlene; Focke, Jeanette; Ford Mary; Foulk, Conny; Fouquet, Ronna; Gar- rett, Sue; Gilchrist, Janet t Giles, Trudy; Gooch, Susan; Grossardf, Dar lene; Guy, Sheryl; Haaga, Girol; Haigh, Joyce; Hate, Lucinda Hamman, Judith; Hansen, Mary; Hand, Bar- bara; Harbaugh, Shirley; Hart, Karen; Haw- kins, Janis; Hayden, Gaylene Hayes t Michelle; Heckman, Sharia; Heim, Carol; Hen age, Vickie; Henderson, Merilce; Heublein, Kathryn; Hillman, Linda 215 Hirsh, Lorraine; Hockersmilh, Janice; Howe, Barbara; Hubbell, Deane; Hudson, Sue; Humble, Rita; Humes, Peggy Huncker, Diane; Imel, Jeanette; Jennings, Cheryll; Jennings, Linda; Johnson, Linda; Jones, Janice; Jordan Clara Juno, Carolyn; Kars, Marianne; Kaser, Nancy; Keith, Josephine; Keller, Jacqueline; Kelly, Jean; Kern, Atdora Kesler, Karen; Kirchner, Martha; Klein, Diane; Kumberg, Laynne; Langley, Susan; Larrkk, Janice; LaRue, Rosalie Leopold, Mary; Letsch, Linda; Libby, Lera; Lindner, Nina; Lippoldt, Patricia; Logsdon, Karen; Longton, Pamela Low, Kathryn; Lundin, Linda; McBride Mary; McCarty, Connie; McClaren Julie; McClure, Jeanette; McEnterfer, Sheila Me Fad den, Cheryl; McKee, Linda; McMains, Joyce; McNitt. Mary; Magie, Claudia; Majer- nik, Barbara; Manry, Reba Mapes, Sue; Marshall, Josephine; Mead Audry; Meredith, Janice; Meyer, Carolyn; Miller, Carol; Miller, Jen net te Miller, Judith; Miller, Sharon; Mills, Karen; Mom an, Kaye; Morton, Marilyn; Motzkus, Linda; Mull, Dianne Mullenix, Kathy; Mullenix, Kerry; Mu s toe, Judyanne; Murphy, Jo; Munden, Jeanette; Myers, Pamela; Neff, Judy Nelson Barbara; Nelson, Martha; Nickerson, Delon na its napkindilled stem to the rafters. McMindes Hall 216 Nielson, Linda; Nitz, Susan; Norman, Diana; Novotny, Willa; Nusbaum, Diane; Pankow, Tonia; Parsons, Kay Parker, Robin; Pechanec, Janet; Peck, Pamela; Perri n , E u 1 a ; Peter, Kat hy ; Pfeifer, Caro !e ; Pfeifer, Mary Ellen Phillips, Judith; Platt, Mary; Polcyn, Louise; Poore, Mary Ann; Pounds, Linda; Pundsack, Diane; Radnor, Peggy Rail, Maxine; Rankin, Carolyn; Reh, Corrine; Reinert, Virginia; Reinhardt, Sandra; Reisig, Shirley; Reising, Gretchen Riner, Patricia; Rogers, Sandra; Rogg, Diane; Rodims, Janet; Ross, Geraldine; Ross, Linda; Rutschman, Marti Sasse, Carolyn; Schield, Sharon; Schroeder, Ann; Schroeder, Vicki; Schneider, Gwendo- lyn; Schon, Wilma; Schulte, Kathrynn Scoggan, Mari eta; Scott, Cheryl; Seeman, Karlene; Sellens, Carol; Seuser, Judith; Sew- ing, Anita; Shamburg, Ramona Shelton, Shalah; Shull, Sharron; Simpson, Charlene; Smith, Carol; Smith, Marsha; Smith, Sandra; Snell, Janet Stackhouse, Sue; Stanley, Kathy; Stearns, Patrice, Stevenson, Jamee; Strouse, Barbara; Stutzman, Sharon; Sullivan, Carol Summers, Delora; Swann, Virginia; Taylor, Cynthia; Ted e sco, Jo Anne; Thiele, Nancy; Thomas, Phyllis; Thompson, Mary Thompson, Vicki; Thornton, Linda; Thum- mel, Carol; Thummel, Patricia; Timmons, Karen; Tit tel, Beverly; Trapp, Charlene Tucker, Martha; Ulrich, Henrietta; Urban, Do ro thy ; Van Eaton, Marj orle ; V esecky , Rosa lee; Walker, Judith; Wallace, Dolly Wasinger, Michaelita; Watson, Martha; Wess, Mary; West, Linda; Williams, Eva; Williams, Mia; Winfrey, Carolyn Wycoff, Linda; Yate, Learma; Young, La- Veld a; Zell net, Geraldine; Ziegler, Jo Eva; Zimmer, Joan; Z vesper, Bettie 217 Adams Ray; Ad ay, Dave; Allen,, Roger; Anderson, Danny; Anthony Garry; Arias, Carlos; Arnold David Austin, Eric; Hahns, Frank; Balthnzor Greg- ory ' ; Bennett William; Berger, Ronald; Berg- man John; Berry Stuart Beymer, Gary; Bird Jerry; Bitter, Jerry; Blackmon Michael; Roehmc, William: Brad- ley, James; Brookshire David Bunker, Kenneth; Bunsdmeyer, Keith; But- ton, Thomas; ' Call Jimmie; Cannon, Michael; Chegebro Benny Clark Roger Clements, Joseph; Cloutman, Donald; Cooper, David; Cooper, Mex; Corder, Michael; Craig. Donald; Creamer Larry Dalse, Gerald; Daise Ronald; Davidson, William; Do Forest, Elbert; Do Garmo, Larry ' ; Dinkd, Marvin; Orach Tea re I Emerson, Danny; Engle, John; Erwin, Phillip; Estes Maynard; Facklam, Donald; Fawcett, James; Fisher Gene Fisher, Harvey; Flavin James; Fosse tt, Curtis; Frieden, Harold; Giese Mark; Giess, Rodney; Goering Vernon Graber Forest; Graves Roy; Greenway Tom; Haberman, Donald; Harding Ronald; Heimer, Robert; Hein, Jerome Hennigh, Barry; Henry, Douglas; Hockett, Donnie; Holstein, Alfred; Howland, Philip; Hun ley Rodney; Hussey Merlin McGrath Hall 218 McGrath Hall houses 174 men, ! 9 i J i !!i - H " 1 1 V ja- The bonfire culminates the Homecoming snake dance. McGrath Hall Joins Campus Activities Jimerfield, Thomas; Johnson, Charles; John- son, Danny; Jones, Larry Kadel, Roger; Kaufman, Gene; Kelty, John; Kemp, William; Kent, Kenneth; Koenigs man, James; Koerperich, Robett Kraft, Richard; Krehbiel, Gary; Lawrence, Paul; Layman, Frank; Lebsack, Richard; Leh- man, Donald; Leitner, Eugene Leitner, Ronald; Lindner, Terry; Lippold. Jerry, Loewen, Rudy; Long, Harry; Long. James; Lowrey, Max McLain, Tom; Mangels, Bill; Martin, Larry; Martinez, Richard; Meek, Palmer; Meredith, Danny; Mermis, Stephen Michael is, Larry; Miller, Joseph; Minn is. Hubert; Mot he s, Jim; Murphy, Thomas; Myers, Charles; Myers, Martin Nelson, Michael; Nicholas, William; Oberg. James; Oborny, Jean; Olson, Galen; O Neill, David; Osborn, Robert Partridge, Robert; Peck, Douglas; Pratt, Dan- iel; Price, Kenneth; Prinsen. James; ftalstin, Roger; Rhodes, Sandy Rice, Dennis; Schalansky, Joseph; Scbroer. Alan; Scott, Lee; Sears, Robert; Sinn, Stephen; Smith, Michael Sperling, Robert; Sperry, Charles; Sprick, Roger; Stearns, Steven; Stech, Terence; Storer. Rex; Stout, Delbert St rebel, George; Sutton, Roddy; Torrey, Wil- bur; Tramp, Roger; Turner, Terry; Turner, William; Vawter, John Walker, James; Weeks, Loren; Whisnam, Gary; Wilson, Kenneth; Wilson, Philip; Wondra, Stephen; Younger, Roger 2|9 Wiest Hall On the south edge of the campus is Wiest Hall, residence for 123 men. Amerine, Glen; Bachus. Terry; Barber. Robert; Bauer, David; Begnoche, Gan’, Blair, Gary; Blazek, Donald Boger, Terry; Buff on, James; Burley. John; Byerley, Alan; Campbell, Buddy; Cheney, Bill; Childers. Steven Christensen, Delwin; Clydesdale. Rob- ert; Cole. Tom; Cousland, Craig; Coval, Lester; Crane, Jerry; Demsey, John Dempsey, Wayne; Dennis, David; Doonan, Maurice; Dudrey, David; Duff. John; Dumler, Steve; England, Danny Evins. Calvert; Folmnsbee, Gary; Gardi- ner, Thomas; Goodman. Clyde; Good- win, J. D: Outsell, Steve; Hawley, Richard Hemel, Rikki; Huck. John; Irby, Leo; Kelley, Thomas; King, Gregory; Kinser Jerry; Koehn, Arden Korte, David; Larson, Dean; Lindahl. Gary; Lindsay, Gary; Makings, Gary; Maxwell, John; Meats. David 220 At their informal, Wiest Half residents dance away the night with McMlndes girls. McMindes Invited to Wiest Informal Mick; David: Miller, Lynn; Miner, Jimmie; Morton, James; Neal, William: Nodine. Loren; Nuss, Roland Qkeson, Donald; Page, John; Parnell, Michael; Petryszyn, Yams law ; Petty, War- ren; Rankin, Riley; Regier, Robert Rhoades, Merle; Rhudy, Richard; Richards. Howard; Rincr, Ronnie; Roberts, Maurice; Robinson, Michael; Ruda, William Rufener, Larry; Ryan. Warner; Schur, Richard; Scotr, William; Smarsh, John; Smith, David; Smotts, Robert Spangenberg, Edward; Steimel, Robert; Stet- Itr, Larry; Stewart, Kenneth; Stull. Gordon; Thielen, Joseph; Tillberg, Vernon Tomson, Marion; V rati I, Ronald; Watkins, Larry; Wendelin, Lawrence; Weisensee, Charles; Welts, James; Wetzel, La Veto Wingfield, Gary; Wolfe, Randall; Wood. Bennie; Yoho, Robert; Zerr, Alfred; Zerr, Elmer; Zink, Ronald 221 222 After classes at the Bailey apart- ment Jim samples Diana ' s pie. Dressing Baby Jo is a family task. Location Doesn’t Matter; Home Refuge from Campus Campus housing for married students grew this year with the comple- tion of 36 more Wooster Place units. The two three-story native stone apart- ment buildings were built with the same floor plan as the first Wooster Place buildings which contain 48 apartments. The oldest campus accomodation for married students is the " temporary ' ' housing of Lewis Field. Many of the Lewis Field apartments have been closed because of the new r Wooster Place additions. Many students prefer the seclusion of off-campus apartments or private homes; some " bach it " in trailers. Wherever the location, housing provides a refuge from campus, a place to study, a home. 223 A F C DMINISTRATION, ACULTY AND LASSES This is Fort Hays State. The essence of any college campus is the people, the faces seen every day. All colleges and universities have activities, traditions and spirit. FHS has these in abundance. But only FHS has the people pictured here. They make this year different, not only from other schools, but also different from all other years at tHS, although the same basic academic courses, traditions, spirit and activities continue. Each year brings its quota of new faculty, with changing philosophy and increased vigor to further the development of the college. And each year brings a host of new young faces to replace those who go on to more noble deeds. But those administrators, faculty and students who return for several years — or half a century- — lend a steadying, balanc- ing force to dear Fort Hays State. 224 225 Deciding on Policies, Budgets Job of Board of Regents WILLIAM H. AVERY Governor of Kansas Fort Hays Kansas State College, Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, Kansas State University, The University of Kansas and Wichita State University are the six tax-supported colleges and universities administered by the Board of Regents. This board, which is appointed by the governor, sets policies, approves budgets, and requests legislative appropriations for institutions of higher learning. Members of the Board of regents, standing from left: A. H, Cromb, Whitley Austin, Clement H. Hall, Ray Evans, Clyde M. Reed, Max Bickford, Seated: W. F, Danetv barger, Henry A. Bubb, L. D. Morgan, Dwight D. Klinger, President and. Mrs. Cunningham greet new students at their home during orientation week. 226 President Cunningham Achieves Excellence Educational excellence has been Dr. M, C Cun- ningham’s driving force for the 15 years of his presidency. Conning to Kansas from Missouri, he has made the Sunflower State his own, and Fort Hays State his most vital concern. Under his leadership, continuing and far ' reaching improvements in the physical and academic structure have brought the college a well- deserved place of eminence in the academic world. Working always to maintain and improve the accreditation and academic rating, he has promoted the establishment of the six-year program, greater emphasis on graduate study and higher standards at all levels. Yet, he has never lost sight of the individual student, and takes great pride in the warm, friendly atmosphere and fellowship he emanates. President Cunningham spends Jong hours at his desk em grossed in the duties of his office. GARWOOD, DR JOHN D CODER, DR. RALPH V KEATING, WALTER E. Dean of Faculty Dean of Graduate Division Comptroller Administration and Faculty Bear Responsibilities Upon a handful of men and women rests the executive responsibility of operating Fort Hays State. To meet the demands of rapid expansion in the physical plant, academic structure and student body, these specialists give dedicated service. Without losing sight of the individual and his challenge, they meet the multitudinous problems of each day and each year, building a stronger and greater college. DALTON, STAND LEE V Director of Admissions JOHNSON, JERRY Asst. Director of Admissions JOHNSON, EDWARD R. Director of Housing 228 STOUFFER, JEAN Dean of Women Administrators were on hand to congratulate students who attended the " Smarty Party ' given for students with a 2.5 or better. BURNETT, DR. RICHARD E Executive Asst, to the President JELLISON, BILLD. Dean of Men THOMAS, DOLLIF: B. Asst, to the President 229 Applied Arts Lure Many BERLAND, JOHN: Assoc. Prof, of Art BLICKENSTAPF, DARLENE: Instr, in Art BOOR, JEROME: Instr. in Ind. Arts BROOKS, R. U.: Assoc. Prof, of Ind. Arts CALDWELL, DR. ELEANOR: Assoc. Prof, of Art HENNESSEY, EVERETT: Instr. in Ind. Arts HOFFMAN, MAXINE: Assoc. Prof, of Home Economics HOFFMAN, RALPH: Assoc. Prof, of Tnd Arts KREBS, JUNE: Inst, in Home Economics McGlNNIS, DARRELL: Asst. Prof, of Art McKEE, DENNIS: Assoc Prof, of Ind. Arts MOSS. DR JOEL: Prof, of Art; Head of Department NELSON, DR. REX: Asst Prof, of Ind. Arts THORNS, JOHN, JR.: Assoc Prof, of Art TWAROGGWSKf, LEROY: Inst, in Art CAIN, DR. RICHARD C: Prof, of Ind. Arts: Chr of Div BFESLEY, ALICE: Prof, of Home Economics; Head of Department John Thorns and Dr. Joel Moss sdect paintings in preparation for the faculty art show. Music Division Moves to Malloy Hall HERREN, DR LLOYD: Prof of Music; Chr. of Div. of Music BARTHOLOMEW, DR. LEI.AND Prof, of Music BLICKENSTAFF, MARVIN: Asst. Prof of Music BROWN, ROBERT: Inst, in Music DTLLEY, LYLE: Asst. Prof, of Music FELTEN, LUCILLE: Assoc. Prof, of Music MOORE, MARY MAUDE: Asst. Prof of Music MOYERS, E EDWIN: Asst. Prof, of Music PALMER, HAROLD: Assoc. Prof, of Music STOUT. DONALD: Assoc Prof, of Music WILKINS, DR WILLIAM: Assoc. Prof, of Music ZENGE, MICHAEL: Inst, in Music Lang., Lit., Speech Outgrows Quarters Dr, Reindorp assumes a. characteristic pose as he confers with students. REINDORP, DR. REGINALD: Prof, of Lang; Chairman of DiV of Lang , Lit, and Speech APPLEGATE, MALCOLM: Inst, in Journalism BAUER. DR. JOSEF: Asst. Prof, of Lang, BOGART, KATHERINE: Assoc. Prof of Eng. COST! GAN, JAMES: Asst. Prof, of Speech COULSON, MARION: Assoc. Prof, of Eng. DAVIS, DALE: Inst, in Eng. DEL BARCO, DOLORES: Inst, in Lang. DUCKWORTH, JAMES: Asst. Prof of Eng. EDWARDS, DR CLIFFORD: Asst. Prof, of Eng, GARNER, NAOMI: Asst. Prof, of Eng HEATHER, JACK: Asst Prof, of Speech HERNDON, DR, GENEVA: Prof, of Speech KETCHUM, HARRIET: Assoc. Prof, of Speech KUCHAR. DR. ROMAN: Asst. Prof, of Lang. I.INNEY, DONA BEL: Inst in Eng. MAHER, WILLIAM: Inst, in Eng MAXSON, LEON: Inst, in Journalism MCFARLAND, ALICE: Asst. Prof, of Eng. MORRISON, ALICE: Assoc. Prof of Eng. PARISH, DR. VERNA: Prof, of Eng, REEVES, OSCAR: Inst, in Eng. REMATORE, ANDREW: Prof of Lang, ROGERS. KATHERINE: Asst Prof of Journalism SACKETT, MARJORIE: Inst, in Eng. SACKETT. DR. SAMUEL: Assoc. Prof of Eng. SHELTON, DR. AUSTIN: Asst. Prof, of Eng SPEAR, GUY: Inst, in Eng. START, JAMES: Prof, of Speech STOUT, DR. ROBERTA: Prof of Eng. THOMAS, MONIQUE: Tnst. in Lang. TILBURY, LEON: Asst. Prof, in Speech TOW, TED: Inst, in Journ. VOLK, MARY ELLEN: Inst in Lang, WINTERLIN, DEWAYNE: Inst, in Lang. 231 Biology, HPER Staff Teach Varied Curricula Dr. Gerald Tomanek, well-known grasslands authority, identifies a speci- men of prairie grass. HU LETT, DR. GARY: Asst. Prof, of Botany McFARLAND, HENRY: Asst. Prof, of Biol. NAGEL, HAROLD: Inst, in the Div. of Biological Sciences PIERSON, DR. DAVID: Asst. Prof, of Biol RIEGEL, ANDREW: Asst. Prof of Agric. Superintendent of Farm SAY ED. DR M. Q : Asst. Prof, of Botany SCHMUTZ, LESTER: Assoc. Prof, of Agric. SCHRODER, ELTON: Asst, Prof, of Zool. SIMONS, KENNETH: Assoc Prof of Botany WELLS, J R.: Asst. Prof, of Agric TOMANEK, DR GERALD: Prof, of Biology; Chairman of the Div, of Bio. Sciences CLARK, THAINE: Asst Prof, of Agric FLEHARTY, DR. EUGENE: Asst. Prof of Biol. BELISLE, DR. JAMES: Prof, of Phys, Ed; Chairman of the Div. of Health, Phys. Ed,, and Recreation BAXTER. INEZ: Instructor in Health; College Nurse CLELAND, TROY: Asst Prof, of Phys Ed COOK, FRANCES: Inst, in Health; College Nurse GOTHAM, NANCY: Inst, in Phys. Ed. DUNCAN, PATRICIA: Inst in Phys. Ed FRANCIS. ALEX: Assoc, Prof, of Phys. Ed. GROSS. PAUL; Prof, of Phys. Ed.; Director of Athletics, 1930- 1964 L1EMOHN, WENDELL: Asst. Prof, of Phys, Ed. MACBETH, MARY: Inst, in Phys Ed. McCONNELL. WAYNE: Asst. Prof, of Phys. Ed. McNEIL, EDGAR F : Asst Prof, of Phys. Ed. RESLER, SUZANNE: Inst, in Phys Ed WINTER, DAVID: Inst, in Phys. Ed. SURAN, CADE Assoc, Prof, of Phys. Ed., Director of Athletics 232 Dr. William Gwynn, left, and Dr. Doris Stage, second from left, belong to a flying dub. Sciences Keep Pace With New Research MORELAND, DR. WILLIAM D : Prof, of Pol. Sci. and Soc.; Chr, of Div. of Sodal Sciences COLLIER, KENT: Asst, Prof, of Pol. Sci. CRAINE, DR. EUGENE: Prof, of History DAVIDSON, GORDON: Asst. Prof, of History DAVIS, ELEANOR: Instr. in Soc, EVANS, CHARLES: Asst. Prof, of Pol, Sci, FORSYTHE, JAMES: Asst, Prof, of History MULCH, MERRILL: Asst Prof, of History OLIVA, DR. LEO: Asst Prof, of History SCHRAMPFER, JO ANN: Instr. of History SLECHTA, DONALD: Assoc Prof, of Pol. Sci, SMITH, DR. WILD A: Assoc. Prof, of History WITT, ROBERT: Asst. Prof, of Pol. Sci. and Soc. CHOGUILL, DR. HAROLD: Prof, of Chem. Chr of Div. of Physical Sciences BROOKS. DOYLE: Assoc. Prof, of Phys, COLE, JERRY: Asst. Prof, of Chem. CURTIS, NANCY: Tn$t. in Math. DRYDEN, LAURENCE: Asst. Prof, of Math. ETTER, ORVILLE: Asst. Prof of Math. GRUBER. JAMES: lost, in Phys. GUMM, ROBERT: Inst in Math, HALPERN, WILLIAM: Asst. Prof, of Chem. MARSHALL, EVERETT: Assoc. Prof, of Math. MCGREGOR, J. D.: Asst. Prof, of Geology MCMECHAN, DR, JAMES: Asst. Prof, of Chem. RICE, DR, JIMMY: Assoc Prof, of Math. RICHARDS, ROBERT: Asst. Prof, of Chem ROLFS, MARVIN: Asst. Prof, of Math. RUMPEL, DR. MAX: Asst, Prof, of Chem SILVERS, WAYNE: Instr. in Phys, STAGE, DR. DORIS: Prof, of Chem. TOALSON. WILMONT: Prof, of Math. WALKER, MYRL: Assoc. Prof, of Geology. Director of Museums 233 CAMPBELL, MARC JR.: Prof, of Library ScL; Chr. of Div, of Library Sci. CHRISTOPHER, RACHEL: Asst Prof, of Library Sci Bibliography Librarian HELLEM, MARGERY: Asst. Prof of Library Sci,; Cataloger Librarian MULLEN, EUGENE: Tost, in Li- brary ScL; Circulation Librarian POWELL, BETTIE: Inst, in Library Sci.; Acquisitions Librariary RILEY ESTA LOU: Inst, in Li- brary Sci,; Serials Librarian MISS MARGARET VAN AC KEREN, docu- ments librarian at Fort Hays State, 1942- 1964, distinguished herself by her sincerity and devotion to her associates and her work. F. }. SPOMER, associate professor of eco- nomics, 1947-50 and 1960-65, specialist in agricultural economics and dedicated teacher: Kansas Master Farmer, 1957 ; elect- ed by students Teacher of the Year at Fort Hays State 1963. Stronghold of knowledge Forsyth Library is a scene of constant activity. New Library Assured; Econ., Bus. Attracts Many LITTLE, DR, M1LBURN: Prof, of Econ. and Bus. Chr. of Div, BRETHOUR, CAROL: Inst, in Econ. and Bus, COOK, KENNETH: Asst Prof, of Econ. and Bus. ERIKSEN, DOUGLAS: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. FAULKNER, KEITH: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. G ALLION, LEONA: Inst, in Eton, and Bus, GAY, ROBERT: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. HIGGINS, NEAL: Inst in Econ. and Bus. MAPLES, CAROL: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. McCARTNEY, DR. E. R.: Prof, of Eton. OSBORNE, RICHARD: Assoc. Prof, of Eton, and Bus. PEIER, DALE: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. ROOME. CHARLES; Inst, in Econ, and Bus. THOMAS, DR ARCHIE: Prof, of Econ. and Bus. THOMPSON, DR. LEONARD: Prof, of Eton, and Bus. TRUJILLO, MILTON: Asst. Prof, of Econ, and Bus. WALDEN, T B,: Inst, in Econ. and Bus. WALL, GEORGE: Asst. Prof, of Eton, and Bus, 234 STROUP, LEORA: Prof, of Nurse Educ,; Chr. of Div. BROWN „ S Y BI L : Inst, in Nu rse Educ, FE H REN B ACHE R, SHERRY: Inst, in Nurse Educ. ROWLANDS, SHIRLEY: Inst, in Nurse Educ. Nursing and Education Offer Practical Training Dr. Hulda Groesbeck, whose hobby is carpentry, cuts firewood in front of a cabin she built in the Rocky Mountains. DALEY, DR. BILLY: Assoc. Prof, of Educ, DECHANT, DR EMERALD: Assoc. Prof, of Educ. DICK, DR. DALE: Prof, of Psych. DOBBS, DR. EDITH: Asst. Prof, of Educ. GLADMAN, DR. ORTN: Asst. Prof, of Educ. GROESBECK, DR. HULDA: Assoc, Prot. of Educ. GWYNN, DR, WILLIAM: Assoc. Prof, of Psych. HAMILTON, DR. SAMUEL: Prof, of Phil. HARPER, JERRY: Asst, Prof, of Psych. HEJL f ELEANOR: Inst, in Educ, KUHN, DR. JEANNE: Prof, of Educ. KURTZ, RAY: Inst, in Educ. PEOPLES, DR. CROCKER: Assoc. Prof, of Psych PRICE, DR. GORDON: Assoc. Prof, of Educ. PUGH, LAWRENCE: Asst Prof, of Psych. ROBINSON, DR WILLIAM: Asst. Prof, of Educ. SMIAROWSKI, RICHARD: Asst. Prof, of Psych. SMOOT, DR. KENNETH: Assoc, Prof, of Psych STAVE N, DR LAVIER: Assoc, Prof, of Educ, WOOD, DR. CLEMENT: Prof, of Educ,; Head of Dept. Charles Forsyth of Booing talks with Lyle Giess at an interview arranged by the Placement Service, Rest ! Another service the Union provides for area high school bands. ARTMAN, ETHEL V : Asst. Prof.; Exec. Sec, of Student Aids BURNETT, HUGH: Prof, of Pol Sci.; Dir. of Extension Service SPANGLER, ROBERT J.: Asst. Prof, of Journ.; Dir. of News and Pub. STONES, HAROLD A: Asst Prof, of Speech; Dir. of Placement; Exec, Sec. Alumni Assn Specialists in Service Guide Public Relations The Memorial Union is the community center for students, faculty and administration of FHS. It serves as a relaxation center and also houses a program of activities which con- RUTTMAN, GERALD B.: Director, Memorial Union GALLAGHER, HELEN: Inst,; Asst. Dir. Memorial Union (Food Service) BRANDENBURG, BETTY: Tost,; Asst. Dir, Memorial Union (Programming) tribute to social and cultural development. The Union as well benefits hundreds of people out side the college by serving as a meeting place for clubs and professional organizations. Providing a valuable service for students, alumni and prospective employers, the Placement Office helps find suit able career appointments for students and alumni, assists employers in their search for competent personnel a nd provides information and counseling. For many who are not directly connected with the col lege about 50 courses are made available for correspondence study by the Extension Service. 236 ANDERSON, KENNETH W., Esbon. Zool. ANGEL L JANET A ,, Grainfidd, EJem. Educ. ARNESON. RONALD W., Lebanon, Bus. ARY, MIJCEL V., Lewis, Hist. BATES. LAWRENCE A,, Hoisington, Phys. Educ. and School Admin. BIGHAM, ROBERT D, Palco, Bus. Admin BIRNEY. ELMER C, Saianta. Zoo], BOYLE, JIM P. Denver, Colo,, Math. CARLEY, CURTIS J.. Hays, Zool CR1SSMAN. ROBERT S., Russell, Bus, Admin ERBERT, CHARLES C, Quinter, Ind. Arts. EULERT, GENE K.. Russell, Botany. FALL, VERNON W,, Hays, Hist. FARNEY, JOHN P.. Kiowa, Zool. FLUMMERFELT. TAMES E.. Hugoton, Ind. Arts. FORBES, FRANCIS D., Ellin wood. Math GLUBB, KENNETH J., LaSalle, HI., Guidance and Counseling HAMANN. WILLIAM E., Tribune, Sd. Educ. HI NZ MAN, JOHN L., Bushton, Psych, JOHNSON, RAY- MON L., Hugo ton, Geol. KNIFLEY, CAROL F, Camp- bellsvitle, Ky., Elem. Educ. KUEHN, SETH W., Bazine, Math LANDES, ADOLFO R., Havana, Cuba, Chem LOCK, ROSS A., Ulysses, Zoo] MATSON, JAMES E , Plainvitle, Educ. MELTON, WILLIAM L., Concordia, Ind. Arts. PARRIOTT, GERALD L., Scottsbluff, Neb., Speech. RABB, MOSES, JR., Columbia, S. C„ Psych. 5CATES, W TOM, Grand Junction, Colo., Hist. SCHARDEIN, JOE D.„ Nickerson, Psych. Graduates Labor Many Hours for Next Degree SCHON. ARLENE A , Hays, Eng. SCHWINDT, MARY E-, Hays, Eng. SCOTT, ELINOR J„ Hays, Elem, Educ, SCOTT. MARY L., Greenwood Miss., Hist. SMITH, B. DAVID, Hays, Eng SOONSAWAD, THONG IN, Bangkok. Thailand, Eng. SWJNTON, GENE L , Hunter, Psych. VLIET, RODNEY M Riverdale, Mich., Eng WADE, ARABELLE M, Spear vi lie. Home Ec. WEBSTER, DAVID R, Hays, Psych WELDON, PAUL L, Columbia, SC, Psych, WILLIAMS. L. CLAYTON. PJainville, Phys. Educ 237 1964-1965 Enrollment Sets Record High Senior class officers Don Herron, vice-president, Rod Clausen, president, and Niki Lewis, secretary, chose announcements and appointed a committee for the graduate luncheon. ADAMS, BERNITA S.. Fonnoso, B.S. in Educ. ADAMS, CARL V . St. Francis, B.S. in Educ ADAMS WILLIAM D., Colby, A.B, PoL Set. Stu. Ct. (Chief Justice), Prometheans (House mgr.). ALBRIGHI, FRANCES L., Russell. A.B., Hist. ALUMRAUGH. JACK E., Hutchinson, A.B, Art. ANDERSON, ANDREW. Vesper, B S„ Math. ANDER SON, CONNIE J., Russell, B.S., Math. SNEA, Math Club, WLO (Treas,), Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Epsilon, Kappa Mu Epsilon. ANDERSON, FLO t D L., Hays, A.B,, Eng. Tau Kappa Epsilon. ANDERSON, HAZEL A., Hays, B$. in Educ. Orchesis. L. Theater. ANDERSON. JAMES, Courtland, R S. in Bus Econ Bus. Club, ANDRES, ANNALEE, Hutchinson, B.S. in Educ., Graduated with Distinction. APPEL, RICHARD D„ Otis, B.S. in Bus ARCHL BALD, M. KATHLEEN, Garden City, B.S. in Home Ec. Home Ec. Chap,, P-to-P. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cheer- leader, Sweet heart Queen. ARMSTRONG, ROBERT E„ Earned, B.S. in Bus. ARNESON. TANYA R Brew step B.S. in Educ., Alpha Lambda Delta, WLO (Sec.), Impromptwos, SNEA. Dames C., Delta Zeta, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduated with Distinction. ATWOOD, IMA JEAN, Russell, B.S, in Bus. Alpha Gamma Delta, Campus Boosters, Head Cheerleader, Sweetheart Queen, Homecoming Queen. AUST, JIM L,, Ellis, B.S. in Bus, Alpha Kappa Lambda. BAM- BERGER, CARL N., Jetmore, B.S., Agric, Botany Delta Tau Alpha (treas), Y Rep. BAMBERGER. CHARLES D., Jetmore, B.S. in Agric. Delta Tau Alpha (pres.), Beta Beta Beta, Y. Rep. BANGLE, PAT- TY J , Mo r land. B S. in Educ SNEA. Y. Hep. BARTER LYNN L., Carlton, B.S. in Agric. Delta Sigma Phi, Y. Rep. 2 3 S BARTHOLOMEW, DIANA M„ Great Fiend, B.S, in Home Ec. Delta Zeta, Home Ec. Chap., Union Dance Comm. BASGAI.L, NORMA J., Bison, A.B., Speech, Sigma Sigma Sigma (Dir. Chrm.), L Theater (Sec ). Newman C. (Soc Chrm ), IRC, Orthesis. Alpha Phi Omega. MASS. DON A , Pratt, B.S. in Art. BAUER, GROVpR E., Burdett, B.S. in Bus. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Y. Rep., Alpha Kappa PsE. Econ. Sc Bus. Club, Basket- ball. FiAUER, JUDITH L„ Burdett, B.S, in Educ SNEA. BAXTER, RONALD W., Gorham, B S , Math. Sigma Phi Epsilon. BEAL, KENNETH M., Sprmgville, Ind., B.S in Ind. Arts BECHTOLD, GAYLE D . Gaylord, B.S, in Physics BE PORT, NORMA K.. Denver, Colo., A.M., Eng. Span. C„ Newman C. BEL- CHER, LARRY D.. Lewis, B.S.., Botany. Beta Beta Beta, Delta Tau Alpha, Sigma Tau Gamma. BERINS, RONALD J., Victoria, B.S., Math SNEA BIEBER, KENNETH G. Colby, A.B., Psych Pro metheans, BJEKER, ALEXANDER, Hoxie, A.B., Math. Gymnastics. BIEKER, WILL ETTA R„ Ba ine, A.B., El. Educ. BIGGE, ROBIN H., Stockton, A.B.. Psych. IRC, Cant. Assn., P-to-P. BINNS. HUBERT L., Scott City, B.S in Bus, Alpha Kappa Psi. BIRDSELL, JAMES F„ Jewell, B.S. in Bus. Econ. Bus. Club, SNEA. BITTNER, JEROME A. GLissport, Pa., A.B. Pol. ScL Y. Dem., IRC., 7th Cav. BLACKBURN, WAYNE A.. Ellis. A.B., Eng. BLACKWELL, DAVID B, Lamed, B.S. in Phys. Educ. K-Club. Gymnastics. Malloy Hall Finished, L. Theater Finally Has Home BLAIR, GARY ' A., Quinter, B.S, in Educ. BLAND, GARY R„ Lucas, B.S, in Bus. Sigma Tau Gamma (Vice Pres.), Econ. Bus. Club (Chaplain). FiLANK, JUDY A., Grainfield, A.B., Hist, Span. WLG (Pub. Chrm.), SNEA, Span. C., Phi Alpha Theta. BLICKENSTAFF, DAVID S., Oberltn, B.S. in Bus BOLLER, ROBERT A,, Natoma, B.S., Math. BOOTH, LOUISE S , La Crosse, B.S. in Home Ec Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta. SNEA, L. Theater, Home Ec. Chap. Phi Kappa Phi, Graduated With Distinction. BORGER J TIMOTHY, Ness City, B.S,, Geology. Newman C. BOUSMAN, JAMES R-, Paola, B.S,, Phys. Educ. Psych. BOWMAN. VAE JENE, Smith Center, B.S, in Educ, Delta Zeta (Pres.), Kit Kats, Tigerettes, SNEA, Y Dem. BOYLE, JAMES E., Great Bend, B.S., Math. Math. C BRADY. V. BETH, Hill City, B.S. in Home Ec. WRA. SNEA. BRANTLEY, GORDON R., Scott City, B.S , Biol, Football. BRANTLEY, GRETA G„ Clayton, B.S. in Bus. Alpha Gamma Delta. BREEDEN, CARO- LYN K . Great Bend, B.S. in Home Ec., Kappa Omi- cron Phi FiREER, WILLIAM J., Solomon, B.S, in Ind. Arts, Ind, Arts C, Newman C, Stu. mgr. of Basket hall team, BREIT. DONNA M., Scott City. B.S, in Educ. Alpha Lambda Delta. WLO (Pres.), Reveille (eir. mgr.). Kit Kats, Tigerettes (sec,), Newman C. SNEA. BREICHA, ROBERT J„ Holyrood, B.S in Agrie BREWER, NOR MAN, Carthage, Mo., A.B., Eng. Leader (editor). Promet hearts. Press C.. Asst, to Sports Info. Director, 7th Cav. BRINKER, [ERRY R., Cawkcr City, B.$., Math. Newman C, SNEA, Math C. BROCK, STE- PHEN W.. Atwood, B.S. in Bus. Tau Kappa Epsilon (pres ). Alpha Kappa Psi. 239 BROOKS, GARY B, Healy, B,S. t Botany. BROOKS, JIMMIE- D Liberal, B.S. in Bus. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Y Rep BROWN, ERNEST L.. Macksville, All.. Biol. Delta Sigma Phi. Chem. C,„ Union Movie Comm.. Beta Beta Beta. BROWN, KENNETH D., Kinsley, A. B. Pol Sci. Tau Kappa Epsilon (pres.), JFC (pres,). St u. Ct (justice) . BROWN, D. LEONARD, Lucas, B. S. in Bus. Econ, A ' Bus, Club. BROWN, PATTIE L Ellis. B.S in Educ. SNEA. Sigma Alpha Eta (pres ), WLO (historian). BROW N. RICHARD C, Ellis, A.B., Chern. 7th Cav„ K Club. St u. Directory Comm, (chrm.), Basketball . NIH Cbem. Research. BRI CE, WESLYE H , Atwood, B.S. in Bus Econ. . Bus. Oub, Alpha Kappa PsL BRUNO ARDT, JANE C, Hill City. B.S. in Home Ec, Home Ec. Chap., Newman C. BRUNGARDT. WILLIAM D„ Victoria, B.S. in Bus. BUCK, ROGER D„ Atwood. B S. in Educ. Ind. Arts C . P.E Majors C Wrestling. BUT. A. JOE R.. Hays. A.B., Eng. Tau Kappa Epsilon (pledge trainer). BUN- KER. KENNETH D„ Dnrrance, B S. in Bus. Econ. Bus. Club, McGrath Hall (treas,). BUNNEY, L7GN- AI.D J.. Garden City. B.S. in Bus. Radio Club, Ecnn. Bus " Club. BURGESS, DALE E. Palco. B.S. in Edge. BURNETT, ' LOU ELLA G.. Alamo ta, B.S. Math. Kappa Mu Epsilon (sec-treas,), SNEA, Math. C. BURRIS, RAYMOND D-. Garden City, B.S. in Bus. Y. Rep BURROWS. LARRY D. Oris. B.S.. Math. BSLL Math, C. BUTLER, ARDEN W Hutchinson. B.S. in- Phys. Educ. BUTLER, MARLIN J., Lewis, B.S. in Bus. Econ. Bus. Club. BUXTON. JEROI.O C. Ransom, A.B., Eng. CAIN, KAREN J., Great Bend, B.S. in Educ. Sigma Alpha Era (corr. sec.). SNEA. Ktt Kats, Custer Hall (vice pres.). Leader Lass. CAIN. MARCIA J., Simpson, B.S. in Home Ec, Kappa Omicron Phi (guard). Home Ec. Chap (pres ). WRA, Agnew Hall (presT SNEA. CALLEN. DELBERT L . Tribune, B.S,, Math. Kappa Mu Epsilon. Sigma Pi Sigma, Math, C. CAMPBELL, BUDDY F„ Ellis. A B.. Span. 7th Cav , Phi Eta Sigma. SNEA. Phi Kappa Phi. ‘To Be’ Teachers Practice Teach as Seniors CAMPBELL, JACK S., Macksville, B.S in Agric. CAMPBELL. RONALD F., Great Bend. B.S. in Phys. Educ. Sigma Tau Gamma, Football, CASEY, ALVIN L., Hutchinson, R,S, in Phys. Educ. P.E. Majors C, CATES. LOTS I . Smith Center, B.S. in Educ. CATES, TERRY D., Smith Center, B.S, in Educ. CHANEY, DOROTHY A , Mission, B.S. in Educ. CHANlNELL. ROBERT D„ Goodland, B.S. in Art. Sigma Phi Epsilon. CHRISTIAN, CAROLYN J., Lamed. A.B,, Art, Span. C, Newman C. CLAUSEN, RODR1CK D., Kinsley, A.B., Sociol, LInion Board, Y. Rep,, Delta Sigma Phi, Junior Class (pres.). Senior Class (pres.) CLEVELAND, GLENDA G„ Garden City, B.S., Chem. Math. Kappa Mu Epsilon (vice pres.), B$U SNEA (sec.), Chem. C„ Phi Kappa Phi. CLINE, ROBERT R , Lamed, B.S., Chem. German C. Chem, C., Traffic Tribunal. COCHRAN. MARY ELLEN, Hugoton. R.M., Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Band. Concert Choir, Clarinet Choir. German C COERBER, CARMEN C, Deerfield. A.B, Psych. Gamma Delta. COKELEY, RONALD G , Palco, b‘m„ Music. Band, Choir. Brass Choir COLES, JERRY L, Co Id water, B.S, in Bus. Econ. Bus. Club, Y. Dem. 240 CONARD, NORMAN H., Rush Center, B.S., Chem. Alpha Kappa lambda. CONKLIN, KENNETH E, Abilene, B.S, in Bus. Newman C, Stu. G. (justice), Y Rep. CONY AC, CONSTANCE M , Stockton, B.S. in Bus. Alpha Xi Delta, WLO, Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. COOLEY, BONNIE JO, Bison, B.S„ Psych. Alpha Gamma Delta (corr. sec,), Tigerettes, Panhell. Dele- gate, Homecoming Queen Candidate, COOLEY, SID- NEY A., Salma, B,S., Hist. Math., Phi Sigma Ep- silon (sec ), K Club, Phi Alpha Theta, UCCF (pres ). COOPER, GARY R., East Alton, III., B.S. in Phys. Educ. Union Dance Comm., KClub, Gymnastics. COOPER, MEX A.. Hoxie, A.B., Pol. Sd. Y. Rep., CYR. COR DILL, DONALD E., Hays, A.B , Hist. Phi Alpha Theta. COULSON, JTM D., Hays, B.S. in Agric. Delta Sigma Phi. COVEY, FORREST W„ Cullison, B.S. in Agric. COX, LARRY G., Atwood, A.B., Chem. Tau Kappa Epsilon (sgt. at arms). CRABBS, JOHN D., Hutchim son, B.S. in Phvs. Educ, Wrestling. CRABBS, KAREN A. , Nickerson, B.S in Educ. YWCA, SNEA. CUM- MINS, SANDRA K., Chula Vista, Calif., B.S. in Bus, Sigma Kappa (vice pres.), Campus Boosters, Union Variety Comm., Gamma Delta. DAVIS. GARY, Port is, B. S. in Agric. DAUNER, JOHN P., Sawyer, B.S. in Bus. Econ. Bus Club. DEAN, SHIRLEY R„ Great Bend, B.S. in Educ, SNEA. WRA, Alpha Xi Delta, Tigerettes. DEMAY, KATHY J„ Oberlin, B.S. in Educ. Delta Zeta, Tigerettes, SNEA, Y, Dem,, Glee C DEMEL, GERALD F., Odin, A.B.. Eng, Leader (news editor), Press C. (pres), SNEA, Newman C. DEM MITT, VICKI, Johnson, A.B., Span. Sigma Kappa, Tigerettes, Union Dance Comm., Y. Rep., IRC, SNEA, P io-P, DEMPSEY, JAMS E„ Montrose, B.S. in Home Ec, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Ec, Chap., Phi Kappa Phi, SNEA, Graduated With Dis- tinction. DENHAM, MARILYN, Tulsa, Okla., A B., Eng. SNEA, CYF. DENNING, DEAN P„ Ellis, B.S. in Bus. Radio C, (station mgr.), Leader. DIECK- HOFF, KENNETH L„ Philiipsburg, A.B, Hist. DIECKHOFF, WANDA M, Palco, B.S. in Art. U.S. Orbits Two Men Who Control Own Capsule DINKEL, RALPH A„ Hays, B.S. in Bus. Newman .C, Golf. DIRKS, SANDRA S„ Ludell, B.S, in Educ. Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Math. C DIXON, LARRY D,, Hanston, A.B., German, German C (vice pres ), Phi Kappa Phi. DIZMANG, GLORIA A., Saiina, A. B,, Hist. Sigma Sigma Sigma (pres.), Sigma Alpha Iota, Pi Kappa Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Y. Rep,, Second Generation C (pres). Imp romp twos. Debate, Concert Choir, DODSON. DON W. t Coldwater, B.S. in Bus. DOERFLER, GERALD W., Hays, B.S, tn Art DOLEZAL, JOE F., Cuba, Ks., B.M. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, MENC, SNEA, KSTA, FH Singers, Concert Choir, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Choral Union, German C, " Brigadoom " " Kismet " . DOLEY, EDNA M„ Kinsley, A.B., Chem. Physics Sigma Pi Sigma (pres.). Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Delta Epsilon, Math. C, Chem, C, Radio Club, Am. Chem, Society. DREILING, KENNETH, Victoria, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tnd. Arts C, K-Club, M.P.E. Majors C., Football, Epsilon Pi Tau. DROSTE, BERNARD F„ Spearville, Y. Rep. (vice- pres.) DRUSSEL, GARY R , Cimarron, B.S. in Bus Alpha Kappa Lambda (pledge master). DUER, WAYNE C., St. John, A.R., Chem. Math. Kappa Mu Epsilon (pres,), Math. C, DUNLAP, MARVIN D, Brewster, B. S. in Bus., Sigma Phi Epsilon. DYKSTRA, HAROLD R, Seibert, Colo., B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind, Arts G. Epsilon Pi Tau (treas ), EDWARDS, VERLIN L., Choral Union. 24 J ELLIOTT, ROBERT D., Great Bend, B.S. in Bus. ELLIOTT, STEVEN B., Edson, B.S in Phys. Educ. P.E. Majors C ELLIS, ROBERT W„ Norton, B.S. in ' Agrie. ENGEL, MARITA S. P Gove, B.S. in Bus Alpha Lambda Delta, Tigerettes, Newman C , Y Dera. (soc. chm.), IRC, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Graduated With Distinction. ENGLE, CLARK S., Abilene, B.S. in Phys. Educ r K-Club, P.E Majors C. (pres.) 7th Gav., Football, Track. ENGSTROM, FRANK W„ Natoma, A.B., Hist. ERICKSON, DELBERT L., Herndon, B.S. in Phys. Edue. Tau Kappa Epsilon, K Club, Wrestling. EVANS. ANITA J,, Russell, B.S. in Eduo. SNEA. FARMER, LILA E., Garden City, B.S. in Ed tic. FAULKNER, A NICE M., Hays, B.S, in Educ. EEHRENBACHER, FRANCIS K., Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci. FEIST, JAMES L., Ellinwood, B.S. in Bus. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Y. Dem. p Newman C. FELDT, WIL- LIAM B. t Oakley, B.S. in Bus. SNEA. Newman C. (vice pres ). FILBERT. DARYL W„ Razine, B.S in Agric., Beta Beta Beta, Delta Tau Alpha, Am. Society of Range Management. FINGER, ROBERT J., Hoising ton, B.S. in Bus, Students Elect Senior Homecoming Queen FINK, JOHN B., Good I and, A.B., Eng. FLEMING, KAREN J , Hays, ALL, Eng. Speech. Alpha Psi Omega, Leader (soc. ed.). (summer ed.), KFHS (asst, mgr.), L. Theater. FOLKERT5, WENDEL L., La Crosse B.S., Math,, Miss Hays. FOR AN, KEVIN W., Wilson. B.S. in Bus. FORBES SHARI S., La Crosse, A.B., Eng. Reveille (cir. mgr). Leader (soc. ed,, summer co. ed.). Union Variety Comm. FORD, NELDA R., RozeL B.S. in Educ. Kit Kats, WRA, (pres ). FOWLER, CATHEY W„ Wakceney, A.B., Speech, Sigma Sigma Sigma (corr. sec,). Alpha Psi Omega (historian), L, Theater, Tigerettes, SNEA, P to-P, Glee C. FOX. DAYTON A., Rozel, B.S. in Agric. FOX, JAMES F., Ulysses, B.M, Phi Mu Alpha. Band, Orchestra, FRANCIS. DIANA R , St. John. B S„ Educ. MSM. (state sec.). FRANZ, CELIA A,, Hays. A.B., Speech, Sigma Al- pha Eta (sec). Dames C FRANZ. JERALD C, Newton. B S. in Ind. Arts. FRAZEY, LYNN A.. Hoxie, B.S., Math Physics. Phi Sigma Epsilon, FREED, RONALD L„ Hays, B.S in Phys. Educ. P.E. Majors C, FREEMAN, KAREN $ , Oakley, B S, in Home Ec. Home Ec, Chap. FRITZEMEIER. CHARLES E., Stafford, A.B., Pol Sci. Sigma Phi Epsilon, P-to-P, Stu. Co., Senior Class (vice, pres ). FRY, DONALD E., Hays, B.S in Phys. Educ K-Club, P.E. Majors C (sec-treas,). Tennis. GARNER, LARRY D., St. John, B.S, in Ind. Arts. Delta Sigma Phi, Ind. Arts C-. Epsilon Pi Tau. GAY, GLENDA I., Kansas City, Mo., A.B, Speech. GERRIT- ZEN, ELJGENE W., Claflin, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Ind. Arts G. p Newman C GERSTNER. JUDE J . Hays, B.S in Bus. K-Club, Newman C., Econ, Bus. Club GTHBLER, WAYNE R . Hays, B.S., Math, Math, C.. Y. Dem., Newman C, GFESS, L DWIGHT, Arnold, B.S. in Bus. Y Dem., Alpha Kappa Psi. GILBERT, CLIFFORD B., Me Cracken. B.S, in Phys Educ, GILLESPIE, DWIGHT F-, Sr. John, A. EL, Psych. K-Club, Football, Track, Cross Country, 242 GILMORE, CAROLYN A , Hays, A.B., Eng, Kit Kats, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Campus Boosters (treas.), Fren. C, vice pros.). Lambda Iota Tau, WLO, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi GOERING, VERNON G, Hutchinson, B.M,, Music 7th Cav. {sec). Phi Mu Alpha, (treas,), P-to-P, SNEA, MENC (pres.), Y. Rep., Concert Choir, Concert Band, PH Singers, Or- chestra, Brass Choir, Phi Kappa Phi, GOETZ. SHA- RON K., Victoria, B-S. in Art. Newman C, Kit Kats, Home Ec Chap., SNEA, GOODMAN, CLYDE L., Beeler, B.S,, Botany Agric. Delta Tau Alpha (sec,). Beta Beta Beta, GORDON, DON B-, Great Bend, B.S in Art. GRAHAM, JACK E., Leawood, B,S. in Bus, Econ. Bus, Club, Art C GREENWOOD, GEORGIA R. Cimarron, B.S- in Educ GRIFFIN, JAMES H,, Digh- ■ton, B.S, in Ind. Arts. Sigma Tau Gamma, Fren. ' C-, SNEA. GRIFFIN, MARGARET J., Almena, B.M . Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, Clarinet Choir, Band, Orchestra, Woodwind Quintet, SNEA. Y. Rep,, MENC, Agnew Hall (treas ) GRIFFITH, CHARLES L., Scott City, B.S in Agric, GRIFFITH, SHIRLEY M„ Scott City, B.S, in Educ. SNEA. GROSSHANS, IONA R„ Scott City, B.S. in Phys, Educ. Alpha Gamma Delta, WRA, W.P.E. Majors C GRUB, MICHAEL D,, Sylvia, BS.. Math. SNEA. Math. C. GRUBB. HARRY M„ Wilson, B.S,, Physics Math. Kappa Mu Epsilon, Delta Epsilon, Math. C GUSTIN, LARRY F Galatia, B.S. in Bus. Wrestling, Alpha Kappa Psi. U.S. Accused of Using Lethal Gas in Viet Nam HAFFNER, FRANCES M, Hoxie, BS. in Educ. Newman C, SNEA. HAFNER, HOWARD A., Burr Oak, B.S in Bus HAGER, RICHARD A , Norton, B.S., Math. HALE, ROGER W„ Woodston. A.B., Psych. HALLAGIN. .JANICE G, McDonald, B.S in Educ. SNEA, Union Pub. Comm, and Music Comm. HAM AGIN, SHEILA G , McDonald, A B. Psych. Sigma Kappa (sec,), UCCF (sec,). Union Program Comm,, WLO, Alpha Lambda Delta, Clarinet Choir, HALLING, PATRICIA A., Han stem, B.S in Educ. SNEA, Kit Kars, HAMM AN, JUDITH A . Garden City, B.S, in Educ. SNEA, Eta Rho Epsilon, Newman C, WRA, FH Bannerettes, Penguin C, HARRIS, DAVID W., Ness City, B.S in Tnd Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind Arts C. (pres,). HARRIS, DENNIS E.. Plainville, B.S, in Bus. HARRIS, JACK D , Hays, B.S, in Bus HARRIS, PHIL L-. Sublette, B.S, Geol HARSHBARGER, E ROY, Hays, B.M., Music. Brass Choir. BSM, Orchestra, Choral Union, HART, WILLIAM D., Hays, B.S. in Bus HARTZELL. JAMES A. Lincoln, B.S., Botany Sigma Tau Gamma, Football. HEIDR1CK, W. JEROME, Beloit B.S. in Bus. HEJKES, ERNEST E., Minneapolis, B.S. in Ind Arts, SNEA. Ind, Arts C. HE1KES, JEANNETTE, Ada, B.S. in Bus. SNEA. HEIN. JEROME A , Kensington, B.S. in Phys, Educ M.P.E. Majors C, Intramurals. HEIT- SCHM1DT. MERVIN E. Scott City, BS. in Phys, Educ. K Club, M.P.E, Majors C. Basketball. HENRY. SONG1E L„ Norton, B.S. in Bus Choral Union, Glee C HERRON, DON, Kinsley, B.S. in Phys. Educ. Delta Sigma Phi (pres.). Intramural Coun- cil (pres ). Glee C HERTEL, DENIS L, Hays, B.S. in Bus, Newman C. HICKEL, CLIFFORD A.. Wa- Keeney, Penguin C, Homecoming Comm. HICKMAN, MAXWELL K„ Phillipsburg, B.S , Botany, 243 HILDEBRAND, CHARLENE T,, Hugoton, B.S. in Educ. SNEA. HILDRETH, FRED L, Greensburg, B.S. in Bus. Y, Rep, (pres.), Econ. Bus, Club. HILL, BYRON C, Bloom, A.B., Eng CYF, Y Rep. HILL, H. FARLENE, Dodge City, B S. in Home Ec Home E. Chap, SNEA. HILLMAN, ROBERT L., Ogallah, B.S. in Educ, H I LEMAN, ROSEMARY, Ogallah, B.S, in Educ. HINNERGARDT, ROGER N, Burdett, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind, Arts C. HLADEK, KENNETH L., Ellis, R.S., Gen. Sci Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Beta Beta. HOFFMAN, GARY D., Ashland, A.B, Psych. Chem, G, Newman C. HOFF MAN, GERALD L., Hays, B S., Chem. Sigma Pi Sigma, Chem. C, Newman C. HOFFMAN, RICHARD E„ Lakin, B.S, in Bus. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track. HOLEN, RALPH B, t Phill [ps- burg, B.S. in Phys. Educ. Delta Sigma Phi, K Club, P E. Majors C HOLMES, GARRY L., Woodston, B.S Math. HOLOPIREK, MEL D., Timken, B.S. in Bus. HOTTMAN, R. EUGENE, Abilene, B 5. in Art, Sigma Phi Epsilon (comptroller), Reveille (ad. mgr ). Alpha Phi Omega P-to-P, 7th Cav, (pres,), SNEA, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi. HOUSER, GAIL L., Paradise, B.S.. Math. HUDSON, MYRNA K„ Kingman, ATI. Eng. Tigerettes. HUELS- MANN, JAMES R, Selden, B.S in Bus, Union Rec Comm. (chrm ). Program Comm. HULL. DOROTHY E., Plain vtlle, B.S. in Phys. Educ. WRA (recording sec.). Eta Rho Epsilon, WRA Board, WLO. HULL, HARRY G, Hays, A.B. , Psych. HUMBLE, HARLAND H., Sawyer, B.S, in Ind. Arts. Ind. Arts C. HUNTER, DIANE S , Hays, A.B . Biol. Beta Beta Beta, IRC, UCCF, P to P (sec.) IHRIG. CHARLES A , Good land, B.S, in Bus. Sigma Phi Ep si Ion, Y Rep,, Alpha Kappa Psl ITTNER, DWIGHT R., Wichita. B.S,, Zool Y. Rep. JACOB, PHILIP C, Pratt, B.S. in Phys. Educ. P.E., Majors C., Football. Tennis. Senior Nurses Affiliate in Chicago, Denver, Topeka JAMISON, SONJA L, McDonald, B.M.. Music. Band, Choir, Choral Union. JEFFRIES, JERRY R. p Salma, B.S. in Ind, Arts. Ind. Arts C. Epsilon Pi Tau. JEFFUS, ALLEN W., Oberlin, A.B., Eng. Basketball JENSEN, RONALD J., Good land, B.S in Bus. Y Dem., Concert Band, Alpha Kappa Psi. JJMERFIELD, THOMAS B., Momingside, Md., A,B., Psych. BSM. JOHANNES, LOWELL R., Salina, B.S, in Ind. Arts. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Newman C, Ind. Arts Club, JOHN- SON, GARY W , Red Cloud. Ncbr., B.S. in Bus. Bus, Econ. Club (treas.) , Y, Rep., Assoc. Member of Am. Accounting Assn. JOHNSON, JAMES C-, Zenith, B. S. in Phys, Educ. Sigma Phi Epsilon, P.E. Majors C, SNEA JOHNSON, VICTOR D , Great Bend, B.S, in Bus. JONES, DAVID L„ Dodge City, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, K-Cluh (pres.), Ind. Arts C, Football JONES, J DOUGLAS, Timken. B $. in Bus. JONES, I ARRY L , Colby, B.S, in Bus,, Alpha Kappa Lambda (pres.), IFC (vice pits.). Wooster Fund Comm. JONES, LEROY R, Gtasco, B.S. in Bus Econ. Bus Club, (vice pres.), Y, Rep. JONES, MAR TORY E., Kensing- ton, B.S. in Educ JOY, ROBERT I., Garden City, B.S. in Art. 244 KARBAN, ELVINA L, Wilson, R.S. in Educ. SNEA. KATT, RONALD D., GrainfieJd, B.S. in Agric, Intramurals KATZ, CLARENCE K., Garden City, B.S. in Phys. Educ. KAUFMAN, DONALD V. h Lucas, B.5., Gen. Sd. Delta Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Pi Sigma. KAY, GEORGE M., Hays, B.S. in Bus Sigma Phi Epsilon, Freshman Class (pres ). Junior Class (pres.), Impromptwos, Glee C„ Mens Quartet. KELLER, DONALD St. Francis, A,B, Jnd. Arts. K-Club, Ind. Arts C, Wrestling. KELLOGG, BROOKS L-, Evanston, III.., A.B., Speech. L. Theatre, KFHS (station mgr,), Second Generation C. SNEA, Union Comm., Penguin C., (pres.), Y. Rep., Orchesis, Tau Kappa Epsilon (vice pres,), IFC, Leader, MASCO M. KEMPER, SHARON, Logan, B.S., Math, Newman C IRC Concert Choir, Stu, Co. KETCHUM, DAVID F ... Rexford, B.M., Music, FH Singers, Concert Choir. KEYSE, THOMAS B, Scott City, B.S., Zool. KtLBOURNE, J, RANDALL, Hugoton, A B , Bus, Delta Sigma Phi, KING. DENNIS D„ Goodland, A H . Lang, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Y. Dem r KING, JUDITH A.. Belleville, B.M., Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Choir, Concert Band, Clarinet Choir, FH Singers. KIRKHAM, DALE R, Valley Falls, B.S,, Botany Agr ic. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Delta Tau Alpha, Beta Beta Beta. KLEWENO, SHARON M., Bison, A B„ Psych. Wesley F. (pres.), Leader. KLINE. CAROLYN R„ Mori and, B.S, in Educ. SNEA. KLOTZ, PAUL M„ Norton, A.B . Pol. Sci. Gamma Delta (pres ), IRC (pres,). CCC, P-to-P, Y. Dem , Collegiate State Vice Pres, KNOLL, ROGER D.. Portis, B.S- in Agric. Ind. Arts Club, CCC. KOH- LASCH, GARY G, Selina, A.B., Hist. Phi Sigma Epsilon (treas.), SNEA, Y. Dem, IRC. KRANNA WfTTER, CHER1 L., Hoxie, B.S in Educ, SNEA. KRAUS, SANDRA B„ Garden City, B.S, in Educ. Alpha Gamma Delta, Sophomore Class (sec.- treas.). Reveille Queen, Cheerleader, Stu. Co.. Orchesis, Miss Hays. KRAUS, TERRENCE J., Garden City, B.S. in Art KRUSE, MERLIN O , Selden, B S. in Ind, Arts. Newman C, Ind, Arts C, Intramurals. KUHN, MYRA D., Victoria, B.M., Music, MENC, Newman C. KUHN, WILLIAM D., Great Bend, B.S. in Educ., Newman C,. Wrestling, Alpha Kappa Psi. 3,000 Participate in Alabama Civil Rights March KUHN, WILLIAM E., Victoria, B.S. in Educ New- man C LA BARGE. LAWRENCE, Damar, A.B., Span Eng. Span C,, Newman C., SNEA. LABARGE, MARVIN E,, Damar. B.S. in Educ. Newman C. LABARGE. WILLIAM J., Dow ns, A.B , Hist, Newman C. LARSON, LARRY R, Wakefield, B.S. in Art. Delta Sigma Phi (soc. chrm,). LARSON. STEPHEN W,, Tescott, A.B., Speech. Sigma Tau Gamma. Econ, Bus. Club. LAUGH ON, GARY D., Goodland, B.S,, Biol, Sirtma Phi Epsilon. LAWRENCE, REBECCA j Hays, B.S. in Educ. Sigma Alpha Eta (vice pres,). Alpha Psi Omega, BSM. LEICH LITER, GENEVA A , Hays, B.S, in Educ LEIKER, KARL K, Hays, A.B. Hist Y Dem., K-Club, New- man C. LE1TER, ROBERT J., Hays, B,S, in Bus. Econ. A Bus, C. LEWIS, NIKI L., Kinsley, A.B., Eng. Alpha Gamma Delta (pres,), SNEA, Glee C. LINEN BERGER, MARLA j„ Hays, B.S. in Educ., Newman C., SNEA, Traffic Tribunal (sec.). Sigma Sigma Sigma (vice pres.). LINEN BERGER, ROSELLA M-, Hays, B.S. in Educ. Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Choir, Newman C., Choral Union. LIPP, M. CAROL, Runlet t, A.B., Eng. Sigma Sigma Sigma (vice pres ), Junior Class ( sec, ),vSweet heart Queen, Stu. Co,, Traffic Tribunal, Head Cheerleader, Kit Kats (treas.), Campus Boosters (treas,). Homecoming Attendant, Impromp- tw r 0S- 245 LOESCH, JACK A., Protection, A,B., SocioL Sigma Tau Gamma, Y. Rep. LONG, JAMES A.. Hays B.M., Music. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Concert Choir, FH Singers. LOOP, LARRY, Hays, B$. in Bus. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, 7th Cav„ Student Mgr. of Union, Union Board (pres ), LOZIER, ROBERT E„ Eureka, B.S in Bus. LUCAS, TED W., Jet more, B.S. .n Bus Alpha Phi Omega, Reveille (bus. mgr,), Eton. Bus. Club, Tennis, Alpha Kappa Psi. LYCZAK, VICTOR H„ Northbrook, ill., B.S, in Phys. Educ. K-Club s Wrestling, Football. MADDOX, JACK L., Hoisington, B.S. in Ind. Arts Ind. Arts C. MADDOX, JOY L., Phillipsburg, B.S, in Arts. Y. Rep. MAGANA, JANICE M , Great Bend, B S. in Educ. MANOS, CLAUDINE R, Miami, Okla., B.S. in Bus Phi Theta Kappa, Fren. C, Span, C MARMIE, DAVID D., Great Bend, B S, in Bus. MARTIN, DELBERT W. Tribune, B.S. in Ind Arts. McGrath Hall (treas.), Ind. Arts C. (treas.}, Epsilon Pi Tau, MARTIN. JOHN D,, Hoisington, B S. m Art Prometheans. MARTZ, ROBERT H., Qumter, B.S. in Phys. Educ. P.E, Majors C MAUCH. GORDON G-. Clyde, B.S, in Agrie, Botany. Senior Enrollment Holds Mark at 765 MAURATH, BEATTA M., Monument, B.S. in Home Ec, Kappa Omicron Phi, Newman C., Home Ec. Chap MAURATH, CLEMENT J. t Monument, A,B., Math. Delta Sigma Phi, Math. C , Newman C., Germ, C. MAY, BARBARA L., Ellis, B S. in Bus. SNEA. MAYO, MARGARET A., Garden City, B.S. io Phys. Educ. Y, Rep., Eta Rho Epsilon. McCLAIN, LOLA B., Luray, B,S. in Educ. McCLAREN, JUNE C, Lewis, B.S. in Art MCCLEL- LAND, LARRY W., Atwood, B.S., Math, McCOR- MICK, STEPHEN M., I.akin, B.S. in Bus. Prometheans, Sigma Alpha Eta. McCOY, DAVID R., Herndon, A.B., Span. FH Skydivers. McCUE, LINUS L , Dakin, B.S., Biol. McCUNE, ALLEN D., Hays, B.S. in Bus. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Leader, Reveille. Stu. Co., 7th Cav. McELROY. DONALD W„ Randall. B.S. in Bus. Econ, Bus. Club. McFARLAND, GLORIA J., A1 men a, A.B., Eng. Sigma Sigma Sigma (pres,), Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Iota Tau. WLO, Kit Kats, Tiger- ettes, Jmpromptwos, Cheerleader, Phi Kappa Phi. McGAVRAN, CARL R , Ada, B.S. in Bus. Sigma Tau Gamma. McIVER, WALTER R., Abbyrilk, A.B,, Psych. McKTNNERY, ROBERT E., Lewis, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Ind. Arts C (vice pres). McLELAND, LARRY L., Hoisington, B,S. in Bus. Newman C McMlLLAN, RAMONA R., Pratt, B.M., Music. Delta Zeta (second vice pres.), Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Choir, Choral Union, MENC, Y. Rep. MECKFESSEL, MARY A., Garfield, B.S. in Bus. Pi Omega Pi, Phi Kappa Phi. MEIER, DEAN W., Norton, B.S. in Bus. Gamma Delta. MEITL, MARY K„ Oakley, B.S, in Educ. Newman C , SNEA, MELTON, JERRY J„ Concordia, B.S., Chem, Phi Sigma Epsilon, 7th Gav. MERRI FIELD, GARY L,, Agra, B.S, Geol. Y. Dem., Intramurals. MERSCH, JACK D„ Edmond, B.S., Botanv. METCALF, SON- ORA S., Lyons, B.S. in Educ, WRA, Y, Rep., SNEA. 246 MICHAELI5, JERRY G. T Ness City, B.S,, Geol Impromptwos, MILLER, EM I LIE, Russell, B.M., Music, Sigma Alpha Iota (pm,) MILLER, LINDA B„ Great Bend, A.B., Hist, Ften. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Newman C, SNEA, From C MILLER, MONTE J Ashland, B.S,, Chem. Chem. C. (pres). MILLER, TERRY D., Great Bend, B.S,, Gen. Sci. Chem. C (sec,) MILLS, STEVEN K., Cullison, B,S. in Bus. Y. Dem., Econ Bus. C MOLLHAGEN, TONY R., Scott City, B.S,, Zool MONTGOMERY, LINDON C, McDonald, B.S., Math, Tau Kappa Epsilon (pres,). Union Program Comm, MONTGOMERY, RICHARD R., Penokee, B S. in Bus, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Econ Bus. QuK MOORE, MILDRED L„ Garden City. B.S. in Bus. Sigma Kappa. MORGAN, EDWARD H„ Ogallah, A.B., Pol. Sci. MOTZNER, ALENE K., Wilson, B.S, in Educ. SNEA MUCL JOHN B., St. John, B.S. in Educ. MULDER, GARY E., Logan, B.S. in Agric. MUNK, MARY T„ Victoria, B.S. in Bus. .Ira prom p twos, Newman C (treas), KSTA, SNEA. Who’s Who Accepts 34 College Seniors NAYLOR, ' FERRY E„ Great Bend, B.S. in Bus. NEEDLES, MARIAM E„ Hays, A.B., Eng. Eta Rho Epsilon, Penguin C, BSU. NEELY, DON G, Hays, A.B, SocioL Alpha Kappa Lambda. NEELLY, ANN L, Mullinville, B.S in Phys. Educ. WRA, NELSON, MICHAEL E., Tescott B.S., Geol Beta Beta Beta. CYR. NICHOLAS, WILLIAM L , Johnson, B.S. in Agric Delta Tau Alpha, Ind. Arts C NICHOLS, , DUANE L., Man ter B.S. in Agric. Ind. Arts C, Delta Tau Alpha. NICHOLS. KENDALL E. Harlan, B.S, in Bus. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Pi Omega Pi (pres.) NIEMAN, JUDY K., Grinnell, B.S. in Educ SNEA, Newman C. NILES. KENT E., Richfield, B.S. in Agric. Delta Tau Alpha, Football. NORDMAN. RALPH F„ Olmitz, B.S Ind Arts. Ind. Arts C, Wesley F. NUTTLE, JON D , Arnold, A.R., Biol. Beta Beta Beta, SNEA, KSTA, Delta Epsilon. OBERZAN, JOE M., Lawrence, B.S. in Bds. Football O ' BRIEN, STANLEY J., Bazine, B.S., Math. Phi Sigma Epsilon (pres.), TFC. OCHS, JAMES L,, Utica, B.S., Botany Agric. OCHS, ROBERT D., La Crosse, A.B, Pol. Sci. 7th Cav, (vice pres.), Stu. Ct. (attorney gen.). GHN- MACHT, JUDITH A , Healy, A.B , Eng. Lambda Iota Tau, Dames C , Fren, C. QLIVERIUS MAYNARD F., Timken, B.S. in Bus. Band, Alpha Kappa Psi. O LOUGHLIN, SHIRLEY M., Hays, BS in Bus SNEA. OLSON, LARRY K„ Courtland. B.S. in Agric, OLSON, MARGARET A, Lenora, B.S, in Home Ec. Home Ec. Chap., Kappa Omicron Phi (pres.), OLSON, NIONE D, Herndon, A.B. Eng Sigma Kappa, Sigma Alpha Iota. ORGAN, DARYL L-. Oakley, B.S. in Bus. Econ. A Bus. C. OTIS, JAMES F . Concordia, B.S., Botany Agric, Alpha Kappa Psi. OVERTON, LINDA L., Jetmore, BM., Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, WLO, Concert Choir, Choral Union 247 PACKARD, TERRY, Plains, B.S. in Bus. PALMER, AVA D.. Atwood, R,S in Edut. Delta Zeta (house mgr.). SNEA, Y. Dem., Kit Kats, Student Leader. PARSONS, GARY B„ Brewster, B.S. in Bus. PATEL, H. IV, Bombay, India, A.B., Chem. IRQ P ' to P, Econ. Bus Club. Y. Rep, Y. Dem, Union Movie Games Comm. PATTERSON, JERRY G„ Hill City, A.B., Sociol. Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, IFC, Stu. Co, PEARSON, LOREN J, Hays, B.S. in Agnc. PEAVEY, CAROLYN J , Pbinville, A B, Speech. PETERS, DENNIS E, Edson B.S, in Bus. PETERS, LA VON A L, La Crosse, A B, Hist. PETERSON, CONRAD P, Garfield, B.S, in Ind, Arts. Epsilon P] Tau (vice pres ), Ind. Arts C. (pres.). PETRUS, ROBERT L, Hays, B.S in Bus. PFAN NENSTIEL, CAROLINE J , Hays, A.B., SocioL New- man C PFANNENSTIEL, MEL j . Hays, B,S. in Bus. K-Gub, Cross-Country PIROTTE, SHERYL J , Cawker City, B.S. in Art. PIZEL. 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RHODES, TERRY L., Garden City. B.S in Bus. Prometheans, Alpha Phi Omega, Econ Bus. Club. RICKER, GERALDINE L , Kanopolis, B.M., Mqstc. Sigma Alpha Iota (corr. sec.). Band, Choir, MENC. RIEDEL, LARRY D . Hays, B.S„ Math, Newman C.Y. Dem. RIFFE, TOMMY W., Stockton, B.S. in Bus Impromptwos. Concert Choir, Glee C , Men s Quartet. RIORDAN, JOHN T., Solomon, B.S. in Bus. RIT- TER HOUSE, WILLIAM K., Salina, B.S. in Bus. ROBBTNS, JEFFREY V.. Atwood. B.S. in Bus., Eton. Bus. Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. ROBERTS, ALLEN D., Shields. B.S in Ind. Arts Ind, Arts C. {treas.) Epsilon Pi Tati. ROBERTS. RONALD R., Pbinville, B.S. in Bus. Econ. Bus. Club, Math. C ROGG, DARRELL W„ Bunker Hill, BS. m Bus ROME. GLENNIS A., Winona, A B.. Fren. Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, Span, C., Fren C.. Phi Kappa Phi, Graduated With Distinction. ROSE, MEREDITH A., La Crosse B S. in Educ. 248 ROSS, ALJDA S-, Long Island, B.M., Music. Sigma Alpha Iota (chaplain). RQUNKLES, MARVIN, Para- dise, B.S. in Bus. 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WORLEY, STEVE D„ Clay Center, B.S, in Tnd. Arts. K-Chib (vice pres ). Football, WUNDER, RICHARD D. , I.a Crosse, B.S. In Ind. Arts. Sigma Tau Gamma Ind, Arts C. YONKEY, ELOYCE A., St. Francis, B.S in Educ. SNEA. YOUNG, CURTIS C, Lakin, B.S. in Agric. YOUNG, H. GARY, Tuka. B.S., Biol. Alpha Kappa Lambda YOUNG, LAVELDA L„ Lakin, B.S. in Educ. YOUNGER, ROGER B., Goodland, A.B., Speech. Al- pha Psi Omega, L, Theater, Newman C. ZIELKE, AR I HUR TT, Goodland, B.S. in Agric. Z1ER, LARRY R„ Lincoln, B.S., Math ZIMMER, EUGENE A., La Crosse, B.S., Math. Newman C ZIMMERMAN. SHERMAN B„ Hays, B.S in Bus ZITNIK, JOSEPH M , Leoti, A.B.. Hist. Cant, Assn. ZOHNER, JANE M., Penokee. B.S,, Biol. WLQ (vice pres.), Beta Beta Beta. 252 GO TIGERS GO! Officers of the junior class Don Christiansen, vice- president, and Dan Rice, president, go over minutes of the ASC meeting. Junior Class Officers Begin Duties in September Abels, Barry p L., Clay Center Acheson, Donald E,, Morland Adams, Dennis M. 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T WaKeeney Boger, Terry J„ Dodge City Bohm, Donald G-, Clifton Bo linger, Mitchell E„ Lakin Boiler, Judy A., N atom a Bollig, Dennis J., Hays Bongo, Frederic, Congo-Leo , Africa Boone, Linda S., Hays Booth, Mary L., LaCrosse Boston, Jack F r , Ellsworth Bott, Sidney W., McCracken Boucher, Eugene D., Zurich Bray, Carol A,, Mil ton vale Brickcy, Karyl L,, Wichita Brier) 7 , John H., Hays Brock, John H., Cawker City Brooks, Bonnie M., Densmore Brooks, Darrell R., Lind shot g Oborny Contests Elliott’s Election, Takes Control Orchestra is both an extracurricular activity and a credit hour. 2S4 Juniors Must Declare Their Major Fields Brookshire., Donnie R., Safari (a Brown, Doris L, Lucas Brown, Jerry C, Plat no tile Brown, Richard A., Brewster Brown, Terry 11 H, Haddam Brown, William R. s Delphos Brownell, William R, Glasco Brungardt, Katherine E., Victoria Brungardt Roy F Hill City Buff on, James M., Topeka Bullock, Ronald W., Salina Burke, George D, t Greens burg Burkey Donald R., Beloit Burroughs, Roger L., Hillcbrist, Aid. Burrows, Sandra A,, Otis Buser, Gabriel J., Cawker City Cain, Cheryl A., Hays Call, Jimmie L., Holy rood Callen, Diana L , Tribune Capp, George L,, McCook, Nebr. Capps, S- Mar y, tioisington Carlin, Richard D,, Bucklin Carlin, Rickey L., Colorado Springs, Colo , Carmichael, Diana K., Great Bend Carpenter, Glennis L.„ Goodland Carter Danna E., Kinsley Case I man, Stephen, Beloit Casey, Judith A., Natoma Castle, Andrea L., Oberltn Channel!, Gary W., Menlo Charles, Richard L., Hoisington Chlumsky, Conrad J., Hays Christensen, Harold S„, Norway Christiansen, Don E-, Hudson Churchill, Karol M., Hays Clarkson Thomas C, Harper Claussen, N. Dale, Wilson Cobb, Charles V., Bunker Hill Cody Connie E,, Oherlin Coffeen, Dean A., Russell Coffey, Roger D r , Ulysses Colburn, Merwin, Russell Cole, Dale K, ( Great Bend Conard, Carmen S., Lamed Conard, Charlotte L. ( Sublette Condra, Gerald D., Montezuma Conklin, Chris J,, Abilene Cooper, Helen, Oakley Cotropia, Marsha, Holyrood Crabtree, Jacquelyn A., Ransom Crane, Roberta S, WaKeeney Craven Richard 1 ., Russell Cress, Joe W, Hays Crtst, Pamela K., Garden City 255 Crist, Teddy P., Carden Cay Crocker, Larry D,, McCook, Nebr . Crow, Terry L-, Hays Cummins, W. Jean, Mulvane Cunningham, Gary B., Wilson Cyr, Gail A., Glasco Daise, Ronald M,, Goodland Dale, Richard H, Scott City Daniel, Robert L., Russell Daniels, Sharon Jf., Ness City Danielson, Linda R., Clifton Davidson, Dale A., Claftift Davis, Cecil G-, Russell Davis, James T-, Liberal Davis, Marvin O,, Deerfield Davis, Rex IL, Alatnoia Davis, Roger C, Pratt Day, Marvin E,, Clyde Dean, Gary L,, Hill City Deason, James A., Great Betid DeGeer, Katharine A., Lake City Deges, Virgil L., Grain fie Id DeEnes, Robert M., WaKeeney Dellinger, Hal D., Dodge City Depperschmidt, Ken, Park Dietz, Dennis A,, WaKeeney Dinkel, Marvin, Bison Doan, Jo Ann, Hays Dodge, Darrell G,, Buhler Doerfler, Jo Anne, Hays U.S. Continues to Pour Aid into Viet Nam Doetfler, Judith A., Hays Donovan, Michael L,, Norton Dory, Janet L... Hoishtgton Downs, Michael K., Scott City Doyel, Cleatus X ' ., Rush Springs, Qkla. Drach, Judeen C, Hudson Drake, Sheryl L,, Rozel Duff, John D,, Beloit Duncan, Sharon L., St , John Dunham, Joseph E-. Overland Park . Dunkel, Joyce, Wichita Dunning, Leon R,, Hays Dupont, Judith A., Lenora Dutton, M. Kay, Hutchinson Dykes, Nancy L, Plevna Earley, Roger A , Quintet Ebaugh, Harry E., Garden City Edmonston, Harold M., Protection 256 Edwards, Betha K., Russell Edwards, Luke P., Lakhi Ellingboe, Ann, Hays Elliott, Bud, Richland Center, IFrjr, Elliott, Sandra K,, Edsor i Ellis, Richard W., Stockton Elsea, Mary Lou, Medicine Lodge Ernigh, Elizabeth A., Selden Engel, Douglas A., Ellis Engle, Maribeth, Abilene Ewing, Glen M , m Turon Faulds, Hazel L,, Dodge City Faulkner, Barbara E., Santa Barbara, Calif. Fehrenbach, Gerry ' M., Jet more Feldkamp, Bruce R. Ellis Fenwick, Larry, MachsvHle Fenwick, Lynda F,, Byers Ficken, Jon L., La Crosse Fiser, Larry K. h Mahaska Fitzgibbons, Peter P., Goodland Flair, Beth E., Ktngsdown Flake, Jackie R., Hotsington Flummerfelt, Judy M., Hu got on Fodgner, Ronald D. f Great Bend Ford, James E. h Hays Foster, William D., Garden City Frieden, Harold, Hard trier Fry r man, Dudley ' J,, Rossville Fullen, Dale G., Hill City Garden, Susan F. f Sterling Paul Newman Picks Junior as Reveille Queen Gers tner, Timothy J,, Hays Geyer, Pamela K., Sylvan Grove Giesler, Jean, Hays Gilbert, Alvin R., Plain ville Gilmore, Glora D„ Kinsley Glaze, Donald R., Minneola Glaze, Eldon W,, Lamed Gould, Leslie W. L Pratt Gould, Mary ? M., Pratt Grauerholzj Eldon H. f Kensington Graves, Billy Kent, Healy Griffitts, Elizabeth J,, Randall Grim, Carolyn S., Cheney Grossardt, Darlene F-, Claflin Guinn, Ronald K., Buckltn Haas, Mike H,, Russell Haherman, Donald R. h Great Bend Hpchmeister, Judy L, T Codell 257 Hagaman, Slynda L,, SaSanta Hakimian, Farrokh, Tehran, Iran Halbgewaehs, Jerry D,, Glen Elder Haltagin, Ron C, Good land Haltagin, Sandra L., Goodland Hamblet, Jim L., Hays Hammer, Denis G,, Ellin wood Hampton , Edwin W, t Tribune Hansen, Lyman D., Qgallah Hardens, Richard L., Great Bend Hardman, John B, Hill City Harkness, Clifford H., Hays Harlan, Meredith, Republic Harms, Jack L., Ellin wood Hart, Emery L , Hoxte Hartman, Ralph M., Grai afield Hase, Kevin B., Springfield, Va, Hatch, Lanetta M., Benkelman, Nebr . Hawley, Richard J , Dodge City Hayes, Dennis L., Levant Hebrlee, Edward, Garden City Hedrick, Joe D., Nickerson Heinz, Larry J-, Kingsley Hdmkamp, John D., East Alton , III. Hemp, Ron E. T Hays Hendershot, Gary D., Burden Hendrix, Beverly K., Greensburg Hen nigh, Barry W., Englewood Henry, Douglas L.. Ottawa Herman, Alfreda M., Pcnokee Congress Passes Racial Discrimination Bill Herte], Kay teen A., Great Bend Hertel, Robert C, Great Bend Hiebcth David C, Pawnee Rock Higgins, Janice L., Hays Hilgers, F. Karl, Plainville Hoffman, Barbara M., Ashland Hogan, Margaret J,, Kinsley Holler, Harris B , Gorham Holt, Carolyn S,, Liberal Horn burg, Allaire T., Ellis Honomrchl, Larry L., Lucas Hoover, Ronald D., Almena Horne, Ronald G., Hays Hosie, Darrel D Abilene Hrabe, Larry R., Stockton Hubbard, Gary J., Colby Hudson, Sue L , Hutchinson Hudson, William, Macks vide 258 Voting determines class officers, campus representatives to ASC and cheerleaders. Juniors Third Largest Class, with 793 Enrollment Huffman, Donna R., Edmond Humburg, Jack A., Hays Irvin, Vicky N., McCracken Jacks, Alan W„, Cimarron Jackson, Lorraine M., Belleville Jackson, Priscilla K., Belleville Jantz, Jack W., Greens burg Jarvis, Richard D., Almerm Jennings, Ken W,, Phillip shut g Jennison, Paul S., Healy Johnson, Edwin R., Hu got on Johnson, Joan L., Plain ville Johnson, Wilfred C, Garden City JungeJ, Carroll D., New Cambria Juno, Bernard E., Otis Kadel, Stephan R., Beloit Kagarice, Clydene, Hutchinson Karlin, Judy A., Hays Kat?., Lyle D , Kinsley Keeley, Patricia J, h Radium Kelly, Benny J., Good land Kepka, Dennis J-, Wilson Kinder, Ann L., Good land Kindsvater, Tom A., Dodge City King, Carroll W., Satan fa King, Dixie A., Stafford Kitchen, Kathleen S. t Kanorado K I m 2 man. Try 1 1 a M Agra Knoll, Terry J, Victoria Koch, Kenton D., Hays Koehler, Cheryl A., Oherlin Koelsch, David M, Ellin wood Kollman, M, Leo, Stockton Korak, James M., Estes Park , Colo , Korf, Jo Ann C, Mansion Koriel, Mary M,, Rush Center 259 Kraft, Leroy J„ Park Kraft, Marvin Jh, Park Kraft, Richard R,, Utica Kralicck, Sharon K,, Hunter Kroeger, Ronald D., WaKeeney Krueger, Pamela Y,, NaSotna Kruse, Larry F., Selden Kuehn, Betty J , Bazine Kuhn, Howard L., Oberlin Kyriakides, Dinos O,, Cyprus Lamb, Stephen B., Hays Lamberd, Dennis S , Hays Lang, Rose A., Ellis Lanum, W. George, Englewood, Colo. Larson, Carl A., Sharon Springs LaRue, Rosalie A., Herington Latas, Jeanette M , Hays La Las, Zola M., Rozel End to Turbulence in Congo Not Foreseen Lauer, Donald M Hays Lawrence, K, Mike, Hays Learning, Bobby L., Dodge City Leas, J. Michael, Hays Lebsack, Richard B., Otis Legleiter, Greg J,, La Crosse Legleiter, Walter J., Hays Lehmann, David E,, Newton Leighton, I.arr r E,, Hays Leiker, William J., Ness City Libby, Leia K,, Cull is on Lillie, Giro! S,, Hays Lillie, Ted W„ Hays Lindahl, Gary M., Plevna Lindberg, Ca sandra L,, Great Bend Lindberg, Howard W., Great Bend Lindner, Terry L., Kendall Lippoldt, Patricia j.. Kinsley Lockard, Carol R,„ Hays Locke, Johnnie G., N atom a Loewen, Sue, V alley Center Lohrmeyer, Gerald E., Logan Long, Satindra S., WaKeeney Lovin, Sandra I.., Pi aim; He Lowdermilk, Gayle A., Glen Elder Lynch, Linda L , Holton Lynch, Ralph W,, Logan Mader, Robert L., Oakley Mai, Walter A., G re at Bend Makings, Gary D., Downs 260 ManteuffeJ, Walter J, St. Francis Marcum, Crystal D., Turon Matter, Paul M., Jewell Maurath, Francene Cimarron Mayhew, Roger H., Hays McCartney, Carolyn K., Oheriin McCarty, Connie L., Great Bend MtChristy, Dema G., Lewis McDonald, Nancy C, Smith Center McFadden, Cheryl A., Wicker son McFarland, Gary j , Almena McKee, Linda. A., Culver McMains, Joyce E., McCook, Nebr. McWhirter, Danis G., Dighton Mead, William D., Great Bend Medsker, Jolene L,, Plain v ill e Melrose, Wendell H , Dodge City Mendenhall, Arnold G. T Mankato Phi Kappa Phi Chooses Junior Scholar Annually Merklein, Gary r A , Prairie View Mermis, Bernie J., Hays Mermis, Clarence, Great Bend Merydith, Brent W., WaKeeney Meyer, Carl, El ora Ontario , Canada Meyers, Terry F., Lamed Michael is, Larry IX, Utica Miles, Helen M., Ashland Miller, Carol L., Hanston Miller, David L. ( Agra Miller, J, Elaine, Hays Miller, Gary L., Kensington Miller, A. Louise, Stafford Miller, Terry L„ Moscow Mills, Bill I.. Russell Mindrup, Gerald F., Clayton Mohler, Quentin E., Lamed Montgomery, Janet L., Holyrood Morey, Carol A., Arlington Morgan, Frances J,, Hays Morgan, Marla M., Pratt Morris, Drexyel J., Plaint Hie Mosher, Sheila G,, PlainvilU Munsell, Leroy W,, Belle Plains Murphy, Bill W., Pretty Prairie Murphy, David M., Abilene Murpjjy, Janice K.. Haven Murphy, Joseph A., Great Bend Murphy, Judson E., Dighton Murphy, Lonnie D.„ Natoma 26 Murphy, Melvin M., Lamed Myers, Dale G-. Medians Lodge Ned row, Kathryn R., Kir udn Nelson, Andrew O., T escott Nelson, Janet L., Hays Nelson, Jerome, Valley Center Nichol, Raleigh, St. Francis Nichols, David C, Qherlin Nicholson, Robert A,, Morland Nieman, Lawrence N., Hays Noel, Francis P,, Logan Noel, Mary L,, Logan Naff singer, Larry D., Phillips burg Noland, A, Kent, Burdett Nollete, Kent W., Monument Novotny, WiJla B., Pratt O horny, Jean J., Timken Ochs, Jonna J,, Codell O ' Grady, Karon K,, Omarron Ohlemeier, Linda M-, La Crosse Oliver, Ronald L., Satan ta Qplinger, Carolyn M., Jewell Orth, Robert G,, Manitowoc , Wise. Osborne, Phillip C., Blue Rapids O ' Toole, Peggy jL Arnold O ' Toole, Sharon M., Arnold Overmiller, Marion P-, Smith Center Page, John W,, Satina Page, Michael V., Plain ville Pahls, Richard J,, Downs Student Aids Receive Three Funds Totaling $1700 Palmberg, John E., Palco Palmer, Tom G, Smith Center Pankov , Toni a C., Hutchinson Panyik, Richard L,, East Alton , UL Parks, Gary L., Ellis Partin, Bonnie C., Stafford Partridge, Robert E,, Hutchinson Patel, Shantt H., Bombay, India Patterson, Fred D., Hays Paustian, Carole L., Wichita Peril, Jim L., McPherson Peter, Sally J,, Goodland Peterson, Larry D,, Hays Peterson, Nancy L, Hays Peterson, Patrick C, Clyde Peterson, Roger K., Hays Pfannenstiel, William T, Hays Pfeifer, Doloris J., Hays 262 Pfeifer, Sharon A., Hays Phelps, Evelyn D., Hays Phillips, Dorothy M,, Hanston Phillips, Lawrence W., Liberal Pickering, Larry 7., WaKeeney Pickering; William L., Little Riper Pickett, Eldon E , McDonald Pierson, Merrily A., McPherson Pitner, Ralph F., Atwood Platt, Mary R., Great Bend Poage, L Lonn, Almena Poage, Myra L., Gorham Powell, Janet S-, Liberal Pru ter, Robert R. t Hays Pywell, Brian F., Zurich Quiring, Margaret A., Smith Center Rabenseifner, Bernard! A , Qlmiiz Rankin, Carolyn K., Ashland Ransom, Robert J., Hays Reed, Judith, J., Oakley Reese, Barbara G r Logan Reichel, Merlyn D. f La Crosse Renner, Penny L., Oakley Rexford. Ray A„ Montezuma Reynolds, Gordon E.„ Dodge City Rice, Daniel B. f Osborne Ridgway, Margaret L , Atwood Ridgway, Susan G, Qberltn Riedel, Arthur R , Riedel, Kenneth D., Hays Riffe, Georgia E., Stockton Riley, Keith L , Dighton RintOul, Dwane L., Garden City Roberts, Blaine R., Hays Roberts, C. Larry, WaKeeney Roberts, Martha L„, Hays Proficiency Exam Tests Juniors’ English Capacities Stacks open to Honors and graduate students, Lab experiments provide interesting sidelight to the student of chemistry. Russia Refuses to Pay Debt to United Nations ' vttv 1 Robertson, David V, Montezuma Rodeman, Charles K., Arnold Rolph, Jack F., Delphos Romdser, Janice K , Bazine Romeiser, Kenneth W,, Rush Center Rucker, Robert N., Burdett Rudman, Sally M,, Palco Ruggels, Thurkne Natoma Rupke, Wayne K., Prairie View Russell, A. Joy, Ellis Russell, Linda L,, Russell Ruud, Armin E., Jamestown Saddler, Carol M. s Colby Saddler, James L., Gem Sander, John C, Hays Sander, Mary S., Hays Sander, Ronald P., Oakley Sander, Sam L., Victoria Sanneman, Danny D , Palmer Sapp, C Kay, Earned Sasse, Carolyn J ., Gaylord Sauers, Martha M., Russell Scanlon, Gale E., Collyer Schaefer, Margaret A., Offerle Scheck, Melba L., Gorham Scherr, Charles P,, Collyer Schissler, Carol J., Herndon Schmidtberger, Connie L., Victoria Schmitt, Beverly A,, Park Schmutz, Dale R., Abilene Schoeni, Eulonda K., Kensington Schroeder, Vicki L,, Garden City Schueler, Lawrence R., Hays Schwartz, Pat L„ Hays Schwien, Garnet ta M., Bazine Scott, Richard W,, Atchison Sekavec, Glenn B., Oakley Shaw, Jim E,, Hays Shepherd, Roger L., Russell Shields, Jerry C,, Lebanon Shogren, Richard E., Assaria Shuman, Sharon Hutchinson Sidener, Ronald JL, Ada Si Klin, Judy A,. Hudson Skelton, Linda L., Earned Smith, Carol D., St. Mary’s Smith, Diane M., Springfield, V a. Smith, Juanita C,, Kinsley Smith, Marsha F , junction City Smith, Lowell R., Clyde Smith, Ralph A., Wichita Smith, Ray S,, Ear kin burg Smith, Sara A., Garden City Smith, William D., Miltonwale Juniors Make Plans for Education Bloc Solomon, Kay A., Zurich Songer, Herbert L., Lincoln Southard, Frank A. L Oberlin Spencer, Harry W,, Lukin Spicer, James W„ Phillips burg Spomer, Patricia, Hays Sprenke!, Thomas E,, Quint er Sramek, Sharon J.. Straiten, Nebr. St. Aubyn, James S-, Russell Stauth, Randy M., Dodge City Stecklein, Carol S., Victoria Steffen, Donald D., Burden Stephen, Jerry L., Garden City Sterling, Nancy P., Garden City Stos, Charles J., Otis Stramel, Gary L,, Pfeifer Stranathan, Joyce J., Kiowa St rouse, Barbara, Ashland Summers, Delora A,, Kendall Super, Joyce. A., Hill City Taddiken, Dixie R., Clifton Tapphorn, Ralph, Grinnell Tebo, Stephen D., Hill City Teeter, Ann M., Oakley Thibault, Detmer H., Osborne Tholen, Diana K., Victoria Thomas, John K-, W oodston Thompson, Gary M., Elkhart Thompson, Vicki J., Elkhart Thornburg, Alan L., Alton Thy fault. Hat Ian A., Damar Timken, Gary L,, Cimarron Tit tel, Beverly j.. Bazine Todd, Robert O., Good land Tomrdle, Susan K., Hays Toole, Terry L., Hu got on Trapp, Dennis N., Susank Trible, Ronnie D-, Palco Turner, Michael G., Great Bend Twyman, Joe W., Overland Park Unrem, Jim D., Hays Urban, Dorothy A Brooke file Valerius, Jonnie B., Bonington VanLaningham, Max L., Concordia Vea ey, James R., Newton Vesecky, John F., Timken Vogel, Patricia M., Phillip shut g Vratil, RonaEd D., Radium Vrbas, Dennis E,, Atwood Waggoner, Mary J., Morland Wagner, Robert IE, WaKeeney Waldman, Donna M., Park Walker, Joan D., Good land Walker, Sharen K., Englewood 265 Walsh, David F., Garden City Walter, Carol A., Hays Walters, Edward C r , Concordia Walters Lucida A., Hays Walz, Sheryl L„ Quintet Wanker,, David A., W aKeeney Ward, Robert C, Aiden Warren, Penny A , Hays Waters, Robert D,, Sat ant a Watson, Martha J,, Branson , Mo, Weber, Richard J., Ellis Weers, Diane M r , Seward Weigel, Gary M., Pratt Weigel, M. Jane, Hoisington Weigel, Tammy D,, Oakley Wellbroek, Richard P., Hays Wessling, Robert J , Beloit Westhusin, Dorothy D, Pla ' mville Westphal, Danny M-, Isabel Weyerts, Dale, Lodgepole, Nebr. Wherry, Marianne, Dorrance White, John R., Healy Whitley, Joseph D,, LaCrosse Whitney, Derry, Hays Whitney, John W,, Phillips burg Wieehen, Walter A., Wilson Wilcox, Bill C, Clay Center Wilkerson, Thomas A,, Hays Williams, Richard B., Newton Williams, Wilbur W., Winona Summer Separates Junior-Senior Classification Wilson, Gary L., Lamed Wilson, Jack, Good land Windholz, Brian J., Hays Windholz, Orcn M., Hays Witt, Merle D., Bison Witwer, Verland W., Abilene Wolf, David L., Hays Wolfe, Randall D., Norton Wolfe, Richard D., Norton Wolfe, Rodney L., Ness City Wright, Party S., Wichita Falls , Tex. Wright, Ronald G,, Haven Wynn, James F., Geneseo Younger, Francis A., Hays Younkin, Harvey A,, Oakley Zndhman, Ronald, Ellis Zimmer, Max P., Downs Zinszer, Robert H., Dbabran , Saudi Arabia 266 judi Sipe, president and Barry Clay, vice-president, concoct ideas for the betterment of sophomore status. Sophomores Go to Polls to Elect Class Officers Acheson, Delbert W n Morland Acker, Kathleen, Otis Adams, Larry JL, Hoisrngton Aguirre, Martha J., Montevideo, Uruguay Akers, Barbara A., Lawrence Alcorn, Marion, Concordia Allen, Edward, Great Bend A merino, Linda, Satan ta Anglin, Judy M., Gove Archer, Philip, Russell Archer, Wayne L., Logan Armbruster, Ronald, Ellis Armstrong, Tonya L., Goodiand Arp in, Harold J,, Salbia Asehenbrenner, Gerald, Colby Asehenbrenner, Stephen, Brewster Babcock, C- Lynn, Abilene Bachus, Terry K., Abbyvdle Baier, Dan E,, Abilene Baier, Nancy L., Abilene Bailey, Diana R,, Hays Balch, George T., Formoso Bale, Patricia £., Sublette Bangert, Dennis R., Russell Barenberg, Stanley L., Atwood Barker, Norval K., Qu inter Barta, Roger L., Plainville Barta, Susan E., Lucas Barten, Janis L., Carlton Bauer, David A., Broughton Bean, Dennis D , PhilUpsburg Bean, Sharon K., Beloit Bechard, Robert D., Hays Beck, Kay, Plevna Beeler, Ann E,, Beloit Be fort, Janice M., Hays 267 Binoche, Gary M., Miltorwale Bell, Catherine J,, Satina Bennett, Anita R., Sterling Bennett, Roger D., Liberal Bennett, William C, Jennings Berens, Phyllis D., Hays Rergmann, Robert J,, Beloit Berry, Jerry M., Plain vilh Bieberly, Larry L., Satina Bieberly. Victoria M,, Wellington Bicker, Eugene, Hays Billinger, Alan L , Hays Billinger, Thomas W., Hays Blake, Sandy J., Rozel Rlickenstaff, Judy H., O her tin Bohm, Michael J , Beloit Bollig, William, Hays Bonnerlin, Barbara, Dodge City Boor, Raymond, Liberal Borgmann, Lonnie B., Good land Borth, Perry, Englewood Bowersox, Stephen, Meade Brainard, Rick, Colby Brandenburg, Bonnie, Hays Brandt, Sheri A., Amarillo, Tex. Brann, Judy, Satina Brauer, Freda R., Nekoma Bray, David K,, Glaseo Bdckey, Marjorie E., Arkansas City Brickey, Mildred L, Arkansas City Kansas Votes Democratic in National Election Brocket, Donald, Hoisington Brotkmeier, Sylvia, Hope Broeckelman, Judith, Grinnell Brookshire, David, Bel l more, NY. Brown, Gerald, Hays Brown, Janis A., Oberlin Brown, Robert, Oberlin Brown, Susan, Stafford Brumiti, James E., Hays Bruns, Sandra, Liberal Bryan, Cheryl, Oberlin Bullock, Thomas M„ Jet more Bunker, Gerald, LaCrosse Burney, Meredith. Mtnneola Byford, Flanders, Great Bend Cain. Albert, Glen Elder Cain, Marvin, Patio Cameron, Dorcne. Oberlin 268 Canfield. Sharon, Sat ant a Carley, JoNelle, Hays Carlisle, Clair, Cold water Carlson, Shelly T., Formoso Carpenter, Jackie, Scott City Case, Sue, Scott City Casey, Joleen, Nat on? a Castle, Fred L., Quintet Chance, Brian D., PhiUipsbutg Chandler, Leo F., Smith Center Cheat urn, Leslie J. , Garden City Cheney, Carol },, Rex ford Christenson, Wayne, Concordia Claassen, Beverly, Newton Clay, Barry, Meade Coffin, AJlene, LaCrosse Cole, Arthur, Elkhart Cole, Kenneth, jet more Colglazier, Ronald, Monument Collins, Terry S., Partridge Converse, Betty, Pawnee Rock Coot, David, Hays Cooper, David ML, Bettendorf, Iowa Coppoct, Saundra, Good land Corder, Craig, Selden Cordry, Richard D., Clifton Coval, Lester, Dodge City Cowan. Vernon D., Clyde Cox, Cheryl F., Phillrpsburg Crabtrey, Marilyn, Great Bend Sophomores Set Enrollment Rolls at 882 Cramer, Carolyn S-, Healy Cress, Linda, Hays Cross, Thomas JL, Hays Currier, Georgianna, Hoxie Curtis, Janice, St. John Cusick, Connie, Minneola Dansel, Rhoda J., Jet more Darst, Ronald L,, Buckltn Davis, Johnny j., Hu got on Davis, Lewis fL, Lakin Dawes, Marilyn J. , Morland Deal, Fred R., Colby Dechant, Marietta, Satina Dee wall, Morris P-, Cold water DeGarmo, Rodger C., Bc-lpre Deines, William F., WaKeeney Delaney, Robert R., Alton Delay, Mimi, Oakley 269 Dempsey, John, Jewell Denk, Annette, Agenda Denning, Russ, Salma Denny, Charles, Colby Desaire Lawrence, Pako Deutsch, Duane, Hoisington DeVore, Ted, Ell in wood Dibie, Julia, Menlo Dipman, Dedria, Lamed Dixon, Sharon E., Jet more Doane, W, Brent. Downs Donahey, Lorene, Logan Donart, Jolene, Lamar, Colo. Doner, Kaye, Saint a Don to, Ahmadullah, Lhasa, Tibet Dortland, Kathalie Gorham Draper, Gary G,, Glade Drehle, Carma, Great Bend Droegemier, Howard, Ellsworth Droste, Karen, Spearrille DuBois, Leo, Newton Eaton, Alvin L... Oakley Eaton, Charles R-, Manhattan Eedeston Fran L,, Fowler Ehrlich, Darrell F., Jetmore Eilrich, Sharon R,, LaCrosse Einsel, Rodney, Wilmore Elsasser, Doug, Abilene Endacott, Susan C., Manhattan Engleman, Pamela A., Hill City Eppinger, David R , Norton Erickson, Jim L., Seandia Erkkson, Rex A., Rexford Feltes, Allan J,. Ho sington Finley, Kay A., Atwood Fleharty, Lynn A., Hastings, Nebr. Flint, Larry L., Smith Center Foley, David D., Phillipsburg Folkerts, Karen Y., Rush Center Forgue, Donald, Damar Fossett. W. Curtis, Osborne Franz Joel L. Kanorado Freed, Douglass L., Ulysses Friekey, Mary K,, WaKeeney Frobenius, Robert F., Salina Fross, Gerald L., Hays Frydendatl Gaylene, Porlis Garrett, Kay, WaKeeney Geiger, Larry, Salina Gerstner, Robert W,, Victoria Gilchrist, Karen, Rexford Gillespie, Dayle, St. John Gish. Daniel, Enterprise Givens, Donald, Phillipsburg 270 Goetz, Arthur, Garden City Goodwin, J. D., Great Bend Gould, Nancy, Boulder „ Colo. Grabhe, Patricia, Hays Graham, Jo, Concordia Gran , Del win, Phiilipsburg Graves, Roy D., Great Bend Gregory, Richard L., PkHlipsburg Gribben, Arthur L., heoti Griffith, Jimmy, Scott City Grigsby, Alan, Safina Haaga, Carol j,, Satina Haas, James L., Cold nates Haas, James Lee, Hays H age rnian, Jon H,, Long Island Haggard, Linda E., Wellington Hale, Lucinda M,, McPherson Hand, Barbara S-, Liberal Hausen, Mary M, p Cheyenne Hanson, Edward C., Herndon Hardman, Debbie R,, Hill City Hardman, Pat K., Goodland Ha rfmann, Richard, Boulder , Colo, Harmon, Robert K., Hugo ton Haugh, Larry L. h Abilene Hayes, Robert D,, Great Bend Hayes, William H-, jetmore Heble, Josena F., Hays Heim, James M-, Hoxie Heimer, Robert I., Gypsum Heifty, John L., Goodland Heir sdhmidt, Rodney K,, N atom a licmLcn, Janice, Lamed Herd man, Terry L., McCracken Herrick, Russell W., Phillips burg Hershey, William L„ Ellin wood Sophomores Contribute to Tigers’ Athletic Success Hess, O. Jaimes ,.Altna Hickman, Donald D. f Lucas Hicks, Gary F,, Plain till? Higgason, Don L , Oakley Hilgers, Jack E., Hays Hill, Jeffrey A , Fowler HocketE, Donnie R., Ulysses Hodge, Rex E-. Phillips burg Hoffman, Linda M., La kin Hoffman, Thomas J,, Victoria Holstein, Alfred H,, Leoti Holt, Veda K., Liberal Homewood, Benton W., Luray Horning, Laura A , Gaylord Howe, Dean R., Mansion Hubbell, Deana G., Spear till? Humble, Rita X, Sawyer Hund, Edward J., Beloit Hutton, Max A., Hays Hutton, Ustel G., Stockton lannitti, M, Kay, Hois in gt on Ingersoll, David L-, Clttflin Ingram, Cheryl A., Norton Jones, Rodney L. u Phil lips burg Irvin, Cheryl F., Hays Irvin, Reggie L,, McCracken Isern, David J., Ellin wood Jamison, Ronny E , Quin ter Janne, ' Shirley A., Luray Jennings, Linda L,, Nekoma Governor Asks Regents to Raise Fees — They Do Jensen, Linda J., Kinsley Johnson, Cecil D., McPherson Jones, Janice F., Glasco Jones, Jay D., Penalosa Jones, John H., Hays Jones, Nanq K., Johnson Jones, Rosa L., Herington Jones, Warren D., W r oodston Joy, Janice L,, Mays Juno, Carolyn A,, LaCrosse Juno, Rita M., Otis Kahmeyer, Linda. Medicine Lodge Kaiser, Karen, Hoisington Karlin, Patricia A., Hays Kaser, Nancy, Osborne Kassefman, Larry D., Great Bend Kar enmeier, Ivan, Ellsworth Kaufman, Gene, Bunker Hill 272 Kaupp, Beverly, Ness City Keller, Jerry, Ell s Kelly, Donald, El Dorado Kelly, Terry, Plalmdlle Kephart, Robert, Coflyer Kepley, David, Ulysses Keyser, Larry D., 1 VaKeeney Keyset, Larry N., Roisington Kilbourne, Jan, Ha got on Kilgore, Martha, Kinsley King, Sandra, Liberal Kinser, Jerry, Clayton Khorens, Jean, Menlo Klein, Floyd E„ Pfeifer Klein, Ronald L., Bison Klotz, Warren S., Phillipsburg Knitig, Kenneth K., Good l and Koerner, Randolph L., Hays Koerperich, Janice K., Selden Kohls, Holland R , Ellsworth Konzem, Eugene F., Tipton Korte, David G., Colby Kraus, Vernon J. p Pretty Prairie Kruse, Ronald M., Rays Kuhn, Elizabeth A , Victoria Kumberg, I. Laynne, Sawyer Kurth, Janice 3., Liberal Kvasnicka, Roger K. f Lucas Lake, David T., Great Bend Lambert, Carl M., Ulysses Class of ’67 Wins Second Tug-O-War Lamoreux, Ruth F., Longmont. Cob. Landis, Millard E., Court land Lang, Betty J , Ellis LaPJant, Richard E., Broughton Lareau, Monte W., Rossi on, Okla. Larson, Larry E., Scandia Larson, Stephen J., Concordia Lebbin, Keith M., Ellhiwood Ledbetter, William C,, Natonia Lee, Richard F., Harlan Legg, L, Diane, Ness City Lei chi iter, Luanna R . Hays Lei leer, Doris M,, Hays Leiker, Judy K„ Great Bend Leonard, Leo E., Dodge City Letity, Connie, Ellsworth Lewis, Van B., Kinsley Lindberg; Ronald R,, Sublette 272 Lind holm, Karen. Great Betid Livingston, Mary, Plaintdlle Long, Harry L., Ellsworth Long, James L, Oakley Lori mo r, Ronald J,, Spear idle Lovenstein, Charles M.. Oakley Luetters, Charles D.. Ransom Lynn. Vyrl D , WaKeeney Magie, Clifford, Hedy Mahoney, Kathy S , Russell Mainquist, Robert J., Court] and Mapes, Sue A., N atom a Maresch, Sharon K , Nekoma Marshall, Lara G., Smith Center Martin, Nancy J., Tribune Martin, Richard A., Ulysses Martin, Robert E„ Lamed May, Sammye J., Hays Mayfield, Larry R., Dodge City McAdoo, Leslie N., Russell McCandkss, William D., St. John McChristy, Dayle L., Lewis McChristy, Neale R., Lewis McConnell, M. Denise, Hays McCormick, Candis R , Laktn McDowell, Mary Lou, Jamestown McGavran, Fred L., Ada Mclver, Lynne E-, Abhyville McKinley, Sharon E-, Ashland McKown, Ron V,, Pla npHle McLain, Tom R,, Sains a McLean, Christina F., Lewis McNown, Dennis D., Holyrood Meckenstotk, David L,, Hays Meokfessel, Donald L., Garfield Meckfessel, Eldon E., Garfield Classroom Study Varied, Whether ‘Soph,’ or Not Phil Harris readies a museum exhibit. Forsyth Museum hosts visiting Hays High artists. 274 Meek, Palmer F. L I dan a Meenen, Lynn B., Clifton Melton, Avonne M., Stockton Melton, Joseph D., Russell Mermis, Ron F,, Great Bend Merrill, Dan R,. Cawker City Met 2, Susan L., Wellington Meyer, Donald C-. State College, Penn. Mick, David L., Tipton Mickey, Darrell L., Atwood Miller, Jennet te K,, Weskan Miller, Joseph R.. Wichita Miller, Kenneth L., Moscow Mill er, Lo ret t ji A , , H ays Miller, Marie A., Rash Center Miller, Richard P., Norton Miller, Sarah A,, McCracken Miller, Tim J r , Moscow Mills, Ricky I -, Beloit Misegadis, Nina C, Bazine Mitchell, Candy G-, Wichita Mi el I, Phyllis L, Norton Moilenkamp, Anita K,, WaKeeney Moman, H. Kaye, Great Bend Moore, Michael W,, Liberal Moore, Rodney L,, Bazirte Morgan, Max A., Ogallah Morris, Douglas L,, Stockton Morse, Edward A., Oakley Moyer, Lairen H.. Ellsworth Mull, T. Dianne, Great Bend Mullen, James, LaCrosse Murphy, Ronnie D., Natoma Musselman, Kirk P ., Ransom Mu s toe, Judyanne. Norton Myers, Pamela S„ Oakley Newcomer, Sandra, Scott City Newell, Bernard. Da mar Newell, Dale, Stafford Newell, Donald L., Dantar Newell LeRoy, Dantar Nielsen, Linda, Russell Nodine, Loren D., Ulysses No I let re, Joyce, Monument Norman, Diana, Scott City Nuss, Monty Z., Jet more Nuss, Roland, Great Bend Oborny, Larry, Hays Oct ken, Rita, Albert Ogburn, Keith, Ellsworth Ohmes, Ramona, Garden City Orebaugh, William D., Glasco Osborn. Robert W Stoekfott Osthoff, Peggy A., Athol 27S Ostrander, M. Susan, Hays Palmer, Roger L., Port is Parker, Robin A., Osborne Parker, William D., Horton Patterson;, Fatty M., Hays Pechanec, JanetS., Timken Penland, Stanley J,, Colby Fepperd, Loren J., Kinsley Perkins, Thomas O., El Dorado Peters, Jon F., Oberlin Petty, Bruce A., Hays Petryszyn, Yarostaw, Ulysses Pet 20 Id, Dorothy A., Logan Pfannensticl, Donald J., Hays Pfeifer, Carole T , Garden City Pfeifer, Mary Ellen, Bogue Pfort miller, Roger D,, Natoma Pittman, Roger D., Hugoton Racial Intolerance Wracks South, Amity Dims Plunkett C Richard, Syracuse Poison Connie L. t Rozel Poore, Mary A., Woods ton Poore, Mervin L., Woods ton Poulignot, Linda M., Pbillipsburg Preisner, Jeanne M., Ashland Prewett, Donna J,. Liberal Price, Jo Ann, Norton Price, Kenneth D„ Nekoma Prinsen, James, Prairie View Proesch, Carol K,, Great Bend Propp, Johnny D . Russell Radnor, Peggy J., Scott City Ralstin, Roger j., M r llinrille Rathhgn, Loot a C., Codell Reese, Calvin D,, Logan Regier, Jeanette, Ness City Reimer, Keith E., Albert Rein, Pamela R., Ness City Reinhardt, Sandra K,, Russell Reynolds Marvin J., N atom a Reynolds, Terry L., Grain field Richard, Sylvia A., Johnson Richards, Howard E., Digbton Richardson, Donald J., LaCrosse Richardson. Donald L., Stockton Riedel, Kaylene Colby Rife, Harold E , LaCrosse Riggs, Donna L., Hays Riner, Patricia J ... Protection 276 Riner, Ronnie R.. Scot City Roberts, Richard D r „ Quin ter Rogers, James R., Hoxie Rolfs, Judith K., Lorraine Rose, Charlie C, Headland Ro skilly, James D., Stockton Robot tom, Darrell G-„ Woods ton Rods, Robert R., Atwood Ruder, Duane E., Antoni no Rudolph, Glenda L.. Scon City Rueschhoff, Kathy A , Oakley Rupp. Brian J. s EH is Sauer, Mary A,, Russell Schalansky, Richard D., Alton Scherr, B. J., Collyer Schiove, Larry W., EUin wood Schmidt, Frederick J-. Ellin wood Schmidt, Gary F. , Pfeifer Sophomores Dominate Union Board Committee Schmidt, Robert L., Plain ville Schmidt be rger, Galen F., Victoria Schneider, Leon K.. Osborne Schnell, Michael S., Beloit Schoeni, Arden W , Athol Schreiher, Carol T-, O l mil 2 Schreiner, Eugene, Col Iyer Schroeder, Dennis K., Marion Schroeder, Troy A.. Albert Schuckman, Patricia L., LaCrosse Schumacher, Judy K., Jewell Schuster, Lois A.. Ellis Scott, Doris H., Downs Scott, Lee E., Rozel Scott, Terry W , Saunemin, 111. Scott, William M., Osborne Seeman, Karlene K., Lamed Seibel, Carol A., Ellis Selkns, Carol J.. Bunker Hill Selley, Charla J„ Oakley Sc J ley, Samuel J . Oakley Seltmann, Terry L-, Nekonta Seuser, Judith A., Bison Sex smith, Cheryl S., Salina Shank, Linda D,, Arkansas City Sharp, James H., Norton Sheets., Naomi N., Las Vegas, Net Shepard, Gary W., Greensburg Sherrill, Larry E.„ Bunion Shindler, Judith F., Hays 277 Shoemaker, Terry C, Hays Shrader, Richard F., Lenora Simmons, John E., Russel! Simon, Katherine J., Hays Simpson, Delores K., Wellington Sipe, Judi, Deni er, Colo. Sloan, Sheila G., Colby Slogan sky, Paul E., Belleville Smies, Linda S., Court land Smiley, John D., Hays Smith, Arlyn E., Radium Smith, Barbara J M Phillips burg Smith, Garj ' W., Liberal Smith, Sandra J., Russell Springs Smith, Sharon K,, Ashland Smith, William D., Beloit Snay, Karen J,„ Plevna Soukup, Alvin C, Dorr an ce Spacil, Paul E, Ellin wood Sperling, Robert J,, Hutchinson Springer, Carol A., Lyons Stahl, Michael E., Hays Stanley j Mary E,. Norton Stapleton, Jerry W„, Belpre Steele, George L., Hay ' s Steele, Saundra S , Hays Stephens, Robert E,. Alexander Stevenson, Jamce M,, Ellin wood Stewart, Stephen R., Court land Stone, Gerald D.. Good laud Stout, Delbert B,, Morland Stull, Gordon B., Turcot Stull, Marshall W., Natoma Stum, L. Yvonne, Ness City St ut 2 man, Sharon K., Ulysses Sullivan, Carol S-, Garden City Sullivan, Michael L., Phillips burg Sulzman, Ronald J., Selden Suter, Don M., Oakley Sutley, Irvin H. Jr., Mill Valley, Calif , Swan, Dana L., Hu got on Swann, Virginia A,, Russell Swayze, Dennis J., Cold water Swearingen, Ray C, Logan Swearingen, Robert J., fames town Sweat, John, Cedar Sweat, Michael, Cedar Sweat, Rosalie R.„ Smith Center Swenson, Ed L., Jewell Swift, Robert A,, Hays Tam men, jury M., Lamed Tammen, Ronald K., Pawnee Rock Tauscher, Charles L., Schoencheu Taylor, Cynthia A., Great Bend Taylor, Steve J. n Sa lina 27 8 Teel, Douglas W., Russell Teel, Glen A., Morland Thai Heim, Kerry A., Great Be ml Thiel en, Jay B, p Dorrance Thomas, E r Elaine, Hays Thornton, Linda } Republic Tieszen, James D., Newton Tigner, Jan K., Sterling Tischhauser, M. Lynn, Elmo Tolley, Lynn W,, Belleville Tramel, Stephen G,, Atchison Trapp, Charlene J„ Genes to Trapp, John L., 1 Faldo Trimmer, Robert W„ Hays Tucker, Judy K., Johnson Turley, Mary L., Hays Turner, William G-, Otis Tweed, John C, Norton Tyson, Judy L., Wichita Unruh, Mary K., Colby Urban, Gloria J. r Hays Urban, Janet, Quinter VanDonge, Jerry P., Good! and Van Galder, Arlene L , Hudson Vernon, Gearld A., Colby Vesecky, Rosa lee J., Timken Vincent, Dale F., Concordia Vincent, Viola M,, Hays Vonfeldt, Dennis A., Gorham Von Feldt, G, L, h Gorham VmifciJt, Roland S-, Gorham Vossman, Kenneth L., Beloit Wade, Richard O , Spear ville Waggoner, Jerald L., Hays Wagner, Michael L., Beloit Wahlmeier, Roger F., Clayton Union Satisfies Need for Relaxation, Sociability Walker, Joyce A., Kingman Walter, Dorothy A., Catherine Walters, Karen M., Hays Walters, Muriel, Hays Waiters, William P,, Hays Warren, Jim L., Hays Wa si tiger, Michaelita J., Chase Wasinger, Ronald J. n Victoria Watkins, Sheldon L., Wellington Weber, Theresia M-. Hays Webring, Gan L., Stafford Weeks, Loren L.. Cawktsr City Wells, Da I me r L,, Rozel Wendelm, Lawrence F., Herndon Wess, Mary, Great Bend Whipple, Sharon L., Jet more Whistler, Raymond G., Great Bend Whittecar, Donald G., Abilene Sophomores Reach Midway Stage of Game Wiegand, William F., Inman Wiehle, Dwight A., Smith Center Wilburn, Robert E., Atchison Wilcox, Gary D., Satina Wildeman, Richard R-, Ransom Wilken, Barbara J., Modoc Willbaus, Rose M.. Lyons Williams, Eva R,, Brewster Williams, Lewis M., Quinter Williams, Terry D., Phillipsburg Williamson, Guy P., Glasco Wilson, C. Janeen, Liberal Wilson, Kenneth E., I aurence Wilson, Marie A., Great Bend W ' inder, Rogene L., Great Bend Wine I and, Eileen K., Natoma Wingfield, Barbara L.. Hatiland Woelk, John O,, Russell Womack, Dixie L., St. John Womack, Richard D., St. John Wright, Robert C., Medicine Lodge Wright, Vickie J., Kiowa Yates, Leanna K., Norton Yeager, Donald V., Yes tots Zerr, C. Elmer, Quint er Zimmerman, Alfred F., Hays Zimmerman, Sharon K., Mullbtvilte Zvesper, Bettie J., Ellsworth Zvolanek, Donald D., Vesper Zvolanek, Phillip J.. Bogue Zweifel, Barbara J. L Waldo 280 Officers of the freshman class, JoAnne Murphy vice-president and Richard Wallgren president, meet to discuss student council. Freshmen Elect Class Officers in Early Fall Adams Donna J. Dodge City Adams James A., Great Bend Adams Norma j, Dodge City Adams Sherry H., Scott City Adav, Dave P, Wellington Agnew, David T , Goodland Akers, Donna S,, Hays Albright Kay F. Ellsworth Allen Mary L„ Stafford Allen, Velma L., Lebanon Amerine, Gkn B. L Great Bend Amos, Dianne L., Goodland Anderson, Carol j Plainville Anderson, Danny W., Great Bend Anderson, Pamela R., Hays Anderson, Susan E,, Woodston Andregg Fred W., Hoxie Angel, Janette M. Paradise Ankenman, Charles R., Norton Arias, Elsa, Bogota, Columbia Armbruster, Paul C Ellis Armstrong William R„ Topeka Arnold David M. Lamed Ashworth Judy L, Quinter A ter, Jacki L, p Oberlin Attkisson, Rita C Great Betid Aust Nancy J , Paho Austin, Eric E Conker City Babcock Velma M., Hoxie Baber Edward B, Tribune 28 Bahm, Dannie G., Scott City Bahns, Frank B„ Bast Hampton, NY ♦ Baker, William D., Arlington Baker, Cheryl D., Hays Balthazor, Gregory A., PaUo Banister, George A,, McDonald Banks, Sue A., Liberal Barber, Robert L . Pako Barr, William D., Great Bend Barrett, John H. L 0 Berlin Bartley, Lois J., Esbon Basgall, Kenneth E., Bison Basgall, William D., Bison Bauer, Carol E., Trenton, Nebr. Bauer, Edward P., Burdett Bauer, Judy J., Great Bend Baxter, James D , Hays Baxter, Randall W., Abilene Orientation Brings Wide-Eyed Newcomers to Campus Beals, Janalee E., Dodge City Beam, Gloria S., Luray Bear, Linda K., Waldo Bechtel, Roger L., Rnssell Beck, Jane, Hoisington Beck, Melvin E. Jr., Wichita Becker, Janet J., Russell Bedore, Martha L., Stockton Befort, James L, Hays Befort, Thomas T., Hays Beilman, David R., Hays Beitman, Willis R., Hays Bet ms, James M-, Atwood Belk, Bet J , Florence , Belfch, Karen K., Good! and Benda, Christine L., Colby Bennett, Marvin L,, Manchester Bennett, Mary P„ Hays Berger, Ronald D., Bucklin Bergman, John C., Can ker City Berry, Daryl L., Bunker Hill Berry, Stuart M., Bunker Hill Beymer, Gary C., Lakin Biays, Ellen M., Hays Bickford, Barbara T., Dallas, Tex, [iieber, James H-, Colby Bill man, Trina L., Liberal Binder, Elaine M., Hays Bird, Jerry L ., Great Bend Bird sell, Jackie D., Jewell 282 Placed just off campus before Thanksgiving vacation, a wrecked car reminds students to drive carefully. Tiger Hop Breaks Ice for Freshmen Bi rnbaum, D Christine, Utica Bitter, Jerry L. a Otis Blackburn, Pamela }., Court land Blackburn, Robert L„ Leoli Blackmon, Michael J., Ashland Blair, Connie J., Mankato Blazek, Donald L., Oaf tin Blubaugh, Thomas L , Phillips burg Baedeker, Alvin E., Natotna Boedeker, Elaine E,, N atom a Boehme, William D., Goodlaud Boeve, Gary L r PhiHipsburg Bollig, Rudolph A., EUh Bollinger, Carolyn M., Jet more Boman, Nancy E., Republic Bonebrake, Jim A., Concordia Bongart :, Lynda I. . Ellis Bonneau, Donald L., Glasco BoschowStaki, Linda 1., Ellis Boucher, Albert J. , Hays Bouchcy, Marilyn K-, Palco Bowie, A 1 i ce L , Managua , Nffata it a Bowman, Paul H. ( Codell Boxberger, Ronald E,, WaKeeney Boyle, Michael L., Great Bend Brack, Dennis W,, Nekoma Brack, Nancy L., LaCrosse Bradley, James G., Kinsley Brake, Mark E., Kinsley Breeden, Dennis L,, Hays 283 Bretz, Patricia K., Dtghton Briggs, Alan J.. Beatrice , Nebr. Brings David E, Tescotl Brodbeck, John L., Great Bead Brooks, Mike M , Plaimille Brown, Karen E.. Gorham Brown, Karen K., Abilene Brown, Larry G;, Hill City Brungardt, Earl J,. Hays Brungardt, jane, Hays Brungardt, Mary J., Hays Bryant, Janet E., Rozel Bunselmeyer, Keith W , Hudson Burke, Claude H , Spearville Burley, John M., Smith Center Burnett, Mary C, Concordia Buss, Estle C., Great Bend Button, Thomas H , Rozel Frosh Discover Artist and Lectures Series Byerley Alan H. L Great Bend Byram, Dennis A , Cold water Cain, Thomas M,, Trousdale Cale, Lon P, Hoisington Call, Thomas J,, Hays Campbell, Ear lee ne K., Russell Cannon, Michael P-, WaKeeney Capps, Pamela G., Phillipsburg Carlin, Kathy A,, Salt n a Carlson, James A., Oberlin Casey, J. Douglas, Grain field Cassen, Pete H., Oberlin Castor, Virginia S. s Natoma Cates. Jerry G., Smith Center Cheney, Bill C, Utica Chesebro, Benny E., Lamed Chesney, Connie M , 3 Woods ton Childers, Steven R., Agra Chipman, Barbara A.. Fowler Christensen, Delwin W,, Phillipsburg Clark, Janet M., Mealy Clark. Kathleen R., Barnard Clark, A. Kay, Hill City Clark, Richard M., Jewell Clark, Roger M., Wellington Claussen, James E.. Oberlin Claussen, Tom W., Satina Claycamp, Karren E., Weskan Cleaves, Neil E., Johnson Clegg, Patricia A, Hays Clements, Joseph E., Dodge City Cleveland, Terry L., Garden City Cloutman, Donald G., AUnneola Clydesdale, Robert L., Lenota Coekerham, June E., Rozel 284 Coen, jo, St. John Cole, Arthur C., Hays Cole, Tom O,, Great Bern! Corneau, Perry J., Plain rille Conan t, Charles D., Atwood Conard, Judy M., Rush Center Conard, Susan K,, Almena Condra, Jimmy G., Montezuma Conn, Martha J,, Stockton Constable, Steve K., Minneapolis Cook, Nancy M., Winona Cook, Wanda L., Hays Cooper. Elizabeth A., Hoxie Cooper, Keta M., Great Bend Copeland, J. Wayne, Hays Copp, Mary J, p WaKeeney Corder, Michael A.. Selden Cordill, Anita J,, Hays Gaslight Singers Entertain in September Countryman, David E-, Kinsley Coup, Curtis D-, T aim age Coupal, Mona R., Hays Cou land, Craig R., Liberal Craig, Donald L., Bazin e Crane, Jerry N,, Great Bend Creamer, Larry G., Hugoton Creighton, Robert J.. Hays Crist, Judith J., Ellis Cromwell, Carolyn K,. Kano polls Crouch. Connie L., Kinsley Cruse, Sheryl J., Salina Cunningham, Gerald R.. Hutchinson Cunningham, Marianne, -Hays Daise, Gerald W., Good land Dale, Owen E., Sat ant a Daniel, Martha J., Norton Danner, Jean K., Abilene David, Janice M., Lenora Davidson, William A,. Simpson Davis, Dona J., Deerfield Davis, Janis L,, Russell Daw r dy. William K., Salina Deardorff, Merle C.. Waldo Deatrich, Geneva J,, WaKeeney Debts, Mary A.,. Hoisington DeBey, Jimmy D.. Kiru tn Dechant, Carol S., Hays Dechant, Jerald F-. Hays DeForest, Elbert L, Wichita DeGarmo, Larry R., RoIIa Deines. Jan L., WaKeeney Dempsey, Wayne R., Montrose Denning, Larry W,, Ellis Dennis, David T., Great Bend 285 Depe, Janet L-, Page City Depperschmidt, Keith E., Great Bend Deutscher, Steve J, p Ellis Deyoe, Eddie L. P Ulysses Dietz, Diana K , Russell Dinges, William D,, Hays Dinkel, Darrell F, P Victoria Dinkel, Gary F., Victoria Dinkel, James A., Victoria Dinkel, Patricia A., Victoria Dirks, Brenda S., Ellis Dirks, John M., Ludell Dona hey,, Linda I , Logan Doonan, Barbara A. r Great Bend Doonan, Maurice L., Hoisington Drach, W. Teard, Hudson Dreher, Eddie C., Hays Dreher, Marion F., Hays Dreiling, Gerald G,, Plain idle Dreling, Joanne, Gorham Dreiling, Kathleen A., Hays Dreiling, Shirley A., Shawnee Mission Dreseher, C. Ann, Great Bend Dudrey, David L., Kismet Dumler. Steve W ., Liberal Duriike], Maureen, Wichita Dural], Michael D., Hays Duran, Richard, Man ter Eberhart, David G,, Victoria Eckles, William C Dodge City Eden, DeVerc K-, Hays Edgmon, Johnnie D.. Bunker Hill Edwards, Donna E., Brer ken ridge, Colo. Eiekbush, Ruth E., Hays Filers, Charlotte R., Pla mnlle Art Exhibit Features Renaissance, Baroque Prints EilerS, Gloria J., Lamed Ellis, Marcia R. ( Norton Ely, Lynn A., Garden City Emerson, Danny A., Osborne Emerson, Michael L., Wellington England, Danny G., Hutchinson Engle, John E , Wakefield Erbert, Judy A,, EH is Erickson, Bronwen M,, Ojjerle Erickson, Eric M„ Satina Erwin, Phillip V,, Wellington Erwin, Richard B.. Belleville Estes, Maynard L., Bucklin Evans, Jeannette M., Holly. Colo. Evans, Linda B. L Cave Springs f Aik. Evins, Calvert L., St, Francis Fade lam, Donald D., Abilene Fager, Becky J., Salma 286 Fagerquist, Lois N., Dighton Faimon, Gary L., McDonald Farr, Marion D., Goodlattd Fast, Marjorie A., Hariland Fawcett, James P, La kin Feldman, Deanna L,, Great Bend Fielder, Jennifer L , 1 VaKeeney Finkenbinder, Dueward Dighton Fischer, Kathleen Q,, Hays Fischer, Zelda R., Ellis Fischli, Ronald D., Kirivirt Fisher, Gene L., Bucklin Fisher, Harvey L., McDonald Fisher, Ruth E., Albuquerque, N.M. Fitzgerald, Cheryl D., Satina Flagler, Charlene L, Quin ter Flavin,. James P., Esbou Flecken stein, Sheri L., Herndon Focke, Jeanette A., Atwood Folbre, William E,, Sharon Springs Folmnsbee, Gary E., Great Bend Foran, Roger E,, Ellsworth Ford, Carrol L., Townsend, Mass. Ford, Mary E,, Denver, Colo. Ford, Susan E., Hays Foutk, Connie L,, Enron Fouquet, Ronna L., Seott City Fournier, Robert E Plain till e Frahm, Kenneth I,., Colby Franz, Dennis I,, Lamed Frezey, Tim D., Hoxie Freed, Gary L., W a Keeney Freeman, Linda L., Simpson Frey, Jon G., Oakley Pricker, Shirley j., Lebanon Indian Summer Lingers; Class Attendance Suffers Fritzemeier, Don I.., Stafford Frost, Rita C-, Esbon Frownfelter, Mickey L., Befpre Galligos, Carl D., W ood River, III . Gardiner, R. Thomas, Garden City Ga ret son, Jesse J., Copeland Garrett, Doyle W , W ' aKeeney Garrett, Sue A., Sublette Gaschler, C. Leon, Ellis Gasper, Leroy L-, Can ker City Gates, James E., Anthony Gearhart, Jerry L., Atchison Georg, Kathlyn M., Alexander Gerdes, Douglas R., Oberlin Gerstner, M, Fran, Hays Getty, Carlton A. L Phillips burg Getty, Rosemary, Phillips burg Giese, Mark L,, Bis mark, N.D. 287 Giess, Rodney A. h Arnold Gilbert, Harry EX, Plainville Gilbert, James G, Gem Gilbert. Marsha J., Gem Gilchrist, Janet t L., Garden City Giles, Trudy L., Sp ear t itle Gilmore, Virginia K., Hays Girard, Thomas C. h Satina Glick, Donald W., Plaint Hie Goddard, Gloria A., Stockton Gooch, G. Susan, Hu go ton Goodell, Harold W,, St . Francis Goodwin, Kent L-, Hays Gorham, Charles N,, Great Bend Gosser, Carolyn K-, Hays Gottschalk, Kim j.. Hays Graber, Forest D„ Tribune Grant. Patricia A , Hoisington Grau, James A,, Winona Green way, Tom L , Hugoton Gregg, Janet F , Smith Center Freshmen Lose Homecoming Tug-O-War Gross, Dorothy A., Hays Grosshans, James A., Scott City Grumbein, Sondra L., Dighton Gump, Donna M., Carlton Gunther, Rex E., Dighton Guth, Constance K., Atu ood Gutsch, Steve J., Good land Guy, Sheryl S,, Qberliti Gwinn, Linda L., Beloit Haas, Lorraine A., Hays Haigh, Joyce R., Beloit Hall, Richard D., Hat Hand Hal I agin, Garry L,. McDonald Hatlagin, Jo A., McDonald Hammerschmidt, James, Hays Hand, James H.. Kanopolis Hansen, Jon D.. Alexander Harbaugh, Shirley S-, Bunker Hill Harders, Charlotte A r , Great Bend Harders, Ronald L., Great Bend Harding, Ronald K . Good land Harper, Duane E., Albert Harris, Marilyn J., Greens burg Hart, Karen K., Barnard Hartman, Vernon D,. McDonald Harvanek, Richard L., Atwood Havel T Lynn 1 ., Clyde Hawkins, janis A., Atwood Hayden, Gaylene J,, Rule ton Hayes, Michelle 5,, Great Bend Haynes, Thomas J,, Hays Hayse, Georgian a B,, Mulliniille Hearrell, Suzanne M., Salina Heckman, Sharia J., WaKeeney Heffel, Marvin G., Dotrance 28 Heim, Carol S-, Modoc Heimer, Nedra R., ] a more Heinrich, Delmar C, Grainfield Heller, Jimmy I., Monument Hemel, Rikki D., Dighton Hempler, Blake G., Almena Hen age, Vickie G., Liberal Henderson, Carol A., Hays Henderson, Merilee A., Scott City Hendrickson, David L,, Almena Hermes, Joe C, Beloit Herbig, Sandy L,, Hays Herl, Lana L.„ Hays Herman, Teresa M. F Scott City Herring, Don it a K., Li beral Herrington, Nancy L., Kattopolis Herrman, Joyce C., Wichita Heruog, Maxine, Hays Heublein, Kathryn A,, Medicine Lodge Heuser, Harold W„ Hays Hibberd, Jerry C., Irving, Tex . Hickman, Larry D-, Lucas Hillman, Donna L., Ogallah Hillman, Linda R,, Hazelton Hitt, Helen J M St, Francis Hirsh, Lorraine A., WaKeeney Hixon, Deana D., Pawnee Rock Hlaus, Rosemary, Wilson Horkersmlth, Janice K., Oakley Hodges, Donald L., Hays Hod Son, Leonard W., Ulysses Hoffman, Connie L., Hays Hoffman, Pauline A . Hays Hoffman, Theodore Hays Holopirek, Rick D., Timken Hoss, Janet J., Hays Houser, Lucille j,. Paradise Howe, Barbara J., Mansion Howe, Janet S,, Paradise Howerton, Jack, Pawnee Rock Howdand, Philip I,.. Abilene Hoyt, Robert G-. Linton , Colo . Freshmen Retaliate; Dunk Sophomores Hober, Carol j., Ellis Huck, John C, P rotection Hoebner, Dermis E, Bushton Humes, Peggy L„ Banker Hut H mocker. Diane C, Good laud Hunley, Rodney D., Hudson Hon ter, Tonia J-, Salitta Horlahe, Grace M„ Sterling Horley, Kenneth L,. Belleville Hussey, Merlin C, Good land Hutton, Randy L-, Woods ton Huxman, Vada j,, Arnold If land, Kent L, Gaylord Imel, Jeanette R., Spearville Ioerger, Phyllis R, Wichita Irby, Leo S., Zalina Isom, Alpha J., Lenota Jacka. Donita L., Quinter Jacka, Wan it a D„ Quintet Jackson, Jimmy A., Stockton Jacobs, Cynthia 5., Hays Jacobs, Thomas C, Hays Tanke, Margaret S-, McCracken Jantz, Jerry L , Copeland Jeffery, Wilda V., Great Bend Jennings, CheryJl G., Nekotna Jennings, Nora L., Codell Jensen, Jolene K., Kinsley Jensen, Lester C., Atwood Jermark. Carola A., Beloit Enormous Line Waits for New Christy Minstrels Jo erg, Warren D,, Randall Johnson, Charles P., Brook v tile Johnson, Danny L., Randall Johnson, June L., Hays Johnson, Kay L., Glade Johnson, Leigh E,, Hays Johnson, Linda M., Oakley Johnson, Robert W r , Salma Johnson, Terry D., Hill City Jones, Larry C. p Great Bend Jones, Leo M r , Plains Jones, Myrna J., Be nor a Jordan, Clara J.. Si , John Josstrand, Letiria A,, Esbon Justyna, Ignacy J., Concordia Kadet, Roger A., Beloit Karle, Carol L., Holcomb Karlin, Bennet F., Hays 290 Karlin,, Francis L-, Victoria Kastle, Michael L Kirunn Kats, Marianne G., Long Island Kaufmann, Donna M. f Lawrence Keith, Josephine M r Almena Keller, S. Darnell, Oakley Keller, Jacqueline K., Arlington Keller, Shirley D.. Bushton Kelley, Thomas C, Beloit Kelly, jean L,, Stands a Kefty, John R., Jetmore Kemp, William J„ Winon a Kendall, Danny J., Phillip shut g Kennedy, Karol L,, Plain r ill e Kennedy, Sharon S., P lain p ill e Kent, Kenneth E., Liberal Kern, Aldora J,, Patco Kern, Johnny D., Plaint tile Keslcr, Karen A., Garden City King, Gregor ' D , Clay Center King, Linda K„, Phillips burg Kipp, Gary D, Hays Kippes, Eileen A., Victoria Kirehner, Mari ha J, t Satina Kirkland, Ronald L , H u got on Klaus, Larry J., Lucas Klein, Diane R., Meade K ley man n, Ann L„ Tribune Knight, James L., Salina Knoeber, Margaret E,, Hays Memorial Union Provides Free Entertainment Knoll, Mary J., Hays Koehler, Dale J., Russell Koehn, Arden M., Greens burg Koehn, Betty L v Satan ta Koenigsman, James J., Tipton Koerner, Thomas L. t Hays Koerperich, Robert C, Selden Kogler, Sharon K., Gypsum Koirth, Etta A., Hays Kollman, Gar) ' G,, Stockton Koochel, Nancy A., Albert Koons, Karen E., Salina Kough, Ronald L., Winona Kraft, Gerald L. t Park Kraft, Peggy J., Utica Kreft, Leonard N., N atoms Kreighbaum, John S,, Olathe Krehbiel, Gaty r A.. Bushton 291 Kruse Lawrence R. Oakley Kruse, Terry L., Selden Kundred, Jacqueline A. Hays Kunz, Robert A... Norton Lalrd Michael j , Oberlin Landis, Ertyn E., Com land Lang, Donald, Victoria Lang, Ronald, Victoria Langley, Susan D . Russell Larrick, Janice L., Ashland Larson, Dean W., Concordia LaRue, Don W, T Kir win Lathrop, Carmen L„ Great Bend Lattin, RjIL J,, Smith Center Lawrence, Paul E. h Shields Layman, Frank W., Englewood Lebbin, Mrs. Linda S., Ell in wood Lehman, Donald E,, Gypsum More Girls Sign for Rush Than Ever Before Leikam, Rita M,, Hays Lei trier, Eugene A., Herndon Leitner, Ronald E. J., Herndon Lenherr, Lawrence L., Sr. Marys Leopold, Mary E., Hoxie Lesseig, Nancy A., Hays Lethem, Beverly J., Phillips burg Letsch, Linda D., Bunker Hill Liebenau, Janet K., Stockton Liebenau, Janice F, Stockton Lietz, Donna J., McPherson Lightle, Mrs. E. Irene, Osborne Lindholm, Va! L., Great Bend Lindner, Nina L,, Kendall Lindquist, Jon C. Brook vtlle Lindsay, Gary W,, Protection Lippold, jerry L. , Herndon Lloyd, Richard K„ Green Locke, Cheryl E., Phillipsburg Locke, Ferry] A., Stockton Locke, Marilyn L., Natoma Loewen, Rudy Jr., Ingalls Logsdon, Karen K , Liberal Lohrmeyer, Lois C, Logan Longton, Pamela R., Concordia Losey, Susan D, ( Phillipsburg Lott, Pamela A,, Hill City Low, Kathryn E., WaKeeney Lowry, Linda C, Ulysses Lowry, Max D-, Argonta Lund in, Linda G., St. Francis Lundgren, Larry J., Gove Macy, Harold E., Hays Mader, Patricia M„ Oakley Maes, James C, Bushton 292 Magie, Claudia L , Healy Mai, Daryl L h Great Bend Mai, Lee A., Hays Maier, Donald G. t Hays Majemik, Barbara J., Russell Mangels, Bill V., Rolla Mangus, Danny L., Kanorado Manry, Reba M,, Lamed Marcotte, Judy A., Natonta Marietta, Tari F., Eshon Marietta, Jan K. y Ethan Marshall, Josephine M., Great Bend Martin, Douglas J.„ Sal ha Martin, Larry D., Norton Martinez, Richard R., Wellington Mason, John A , Phillips burg Mathews, Jerry D Salina Maurath, Alvin S h Grain field Frosh Debate Advantages, Disadvantages of Greeks Maxwell, John R., Smith Center McAdoo, William H., Russell McAllister, Dwight O., St. John McBride, Mary M-, Hays McCain, Conrad L., McDonald McCarthy, Carol F., Hays McClaren, Julia, Lewis McClure, Jeanette R., Formosa McColey, Roma L.. Smith Center McEnterfer, Sheila C, Cold water McGaughey. Don D., Jet more McGavran, Thomas D., Ada McHenry, Linda G, L Ulysses McLeland, Joe D,, Great Bend McMillen, Douglas K.. Wichita McMullen, Donald J,, Norton McNitt, Mary E,, Syracuse McWhirter, Gail, Dighton Mead. Audry A,. Zurich Mead. Joyce L., Hays Meats, David I,, Concordia Meerian, Roy F., Oakley Meredith, Danny L., Viola Meredith, Janice R., Garden City Mermis, Stephen J., Gorham Messmore, Roy H., Salina Meyer, Carolyn M., Palco Meyers, Richard W,, Nor cat ur Michaelis, Dennis J,, Great Bend Michaelis, Wilma D., Utica Michel, Linda L., La kin Mighell, Patricia A., Russell Miller, Carol J , Weskan Miller, Judith A,, St. Francis Miller, Lambert J., Catherine 293 Miller, Linda M-, Buckltn Miller, Lynn K,, Hoxie Miller, Melodee A., Wichita Miller, Sharon A,, WaKeeney Mills, Karen K., Sublette Miner, Jimmie L, h Long Lsland Mines, Connie L., Oberlin Minnis, Hubert D., St, John Mitten, Rondy L., Utica Montgomery, James E r , WaKeeney Moon, Betty L.. Mankato Moore, Gerald E., Oakley Moore, Larry L., Oakley Morford, James R.„ Oberlin Morgan, Alta A., O gall ah Morrill, Larry M., La ray Morris, Carole A., Hoyt Morton, James L,, Seward Morton, Marilyn L., Lamed Moser, Joel G„ Great Bend Moser, Michael J,, Lamed Mosher, Donald 1, Clifton Most, Jeanine K., Atwood Mothes, Jim G., Hu got on Motzkus, Linda R,, Russell Mowry, Janice L., Studley Mullenix, Kathy L., Hays Mullenix, Kerry L., Hays Mu n den, Jeanette S , Liberal Murphy, James R.. Quintet Thanksgiving Vacation Revitalizes Tired Minds Murphy, Jo Anne, Russell Murphy, John R,, Colby Murphy, Thomas J., Gorham Myers, Charles A., Good land Myers, Martin H-, Russell Myers, Phil b., Great Bend Myers, Thomas M., Great Bend Neal, William L,, Hoxie Neff, Judy A., Ellin wood Nelson, Barbara E., Great Bend Nelson, Martha L., Hays Nelson, Vicki L,, Luray Nemechek, William J., WaKeeney Newsom, Robert S., Medicine Lodge Neyer, Terry L,, Ransom Nickerson, Delonna S-, Syracuse Niles, Robert K,, Richfield Nit 2 , Susan D., Goodland 294 Nokes, Jimmy W , , S baron S p rings Norden, Donna )., Kensington Nowak, Jerry ' A , Gorham Noyce, William A.. Broomfield, Cob. Nusbaum, Diane M., Si. John Nuss, Patsy A,, Hoi sin gi on Oberg, James E., Salina Offner, Betty M , Uiica Okeson, Donald T., Weskan Oldham, Jack L„ Hays Oiler, Dennis J., Woodston Olmstead, Sherry j,, Ellis Olson, Candance J , Qberlin Olson, Galen W , Herndon Olson, Norman L., J el mote O Neill, David j.. Great Bend Opdydce, Douglas D., Hutchinson Papes, Janet A,, WaKeeney Parnell, Michael R-, Leawood Parsons, Kay A., Beloit Paynter, Christine, Woodston Paynter., Stephen D., Otis Pearce, Bryan F. L Wallace Peck, Douglas A,, Good land Peck, Pamela J., La ray Perrin, Eula F., Jennings Perry, Marcia L,. Scandia Peter, Kathy J., Good land Peterson, Karen S., Lincoln Peterson, Sherry- D,, Hays Mid-Terms Startle Frosh to Make Study Efforts Pettit, Cecil A Jr., Salina Petty. Warren L r , Selman, Okla. Pfannenstiel, Duane F., Hays Pfannenstiel, Imogene, Hays Pfeifer, Al F H Hays Pfeifer, Jacob. Hays Pfeifer, Ken K., Hays Pfifer, Gary- D., Hays Phillips, Judith M., La kin Phillips, Vicki R., Brownell Pickett, Alan D., Goodland Pi land, Janice, Macksville Pivonka, Kathy N,, LaCrosse Plattner, Earl E., Buck! in Polcyn, Louise, Gorham Post, Phillip L,, Bellaire Pounds, Linda C., Concordia Powell, Brad W-, Hays 295 Power; Robert J,, Hays Pratt, Daniel M., Newport Price, Dan L-, Hays Pro ter, Roger A., Natoma Packet t t Margo F., WaKeeney Pundsack, Diane M., Great Bend Quigg, Mike J,, Great Bend Quinn, jean A., Almena Radnor, Joe R r , Scott City Rail, Maxine L,„ Menlo Ramsey, Bill E. t Colby Rankin, Riley C., Clay Center Rapp, Donna G, Smith Center Ready, Wesley B-, Liberal Reagcx William M., Mankato Reddberger, Mark L. f Salina Rcgier, Robert D., Buhler Reh, Gorrine J., Bennington Reinert, Virginia M., Cawker City Reisig, Shirley A,, Russell Reisig, Gretchen L-, Newton Judicial Board Organizes in Women’s Halls Rhoades, Merle D.. Yuma, Colo. Rhoades, Peggy J., WaKeeney Rhodes, Sandy L., Wellington Rhudy, Richard K r , Lincoln Rice, Dennis E., Osborne Rice, Martha L,, Hoisington Richards, Nancy j., Scottsville Riedel, Clifford K, Tinhy Park, III Riedel, Danny L., Ass aria Riffel, Johnene S., Hutchinson Risley, Jon H., Digbton Roberts, Cecil D., Sat an fa Roberts, Jeanine M , Damns Roberts, Maurice P-, Palco Robinson, Michael W. p Protection Roemer, Anita L, f Crain field Roesch, Duane A., Colby Rogers, Sandra E., Sr. Francis Rogg, Diane G„, Bunker Hill Rolfs, Lei and E,, Hays Holland, Lane N., WaKeeney Roohms, Janet F., St. John Root, Edward D,, Salina Rose, Kay E., Macksville Ross Geraldine M., Great Bend Ross, Linda L., Burr Oak Ross, Marla K„ Stockton Roth, Cynthia A., Hays Rounkles, Penny F,, Paradise Roy I a nee, Kenny W,, Great Bend Ruckert, Yvorma L., Chase Rtida, William M., Colby Ruder, Cheryl A., Oakley Ruder, Cheryl K., Hays Ruder, Jerry L., Hays 296 Ruder, Richard J., Hays Rufener, Larry j,. Abilene Ruff, A net a N,. Logan Rundle, David C, Clifton Rupp, Tim A., Eli is Rusco Renee C. T Great Bend Rutschmao, Martha j.. Wheat Ridge, Colo. Ryan. Lawrence E., Gem Saindon, Robert E.„ Zurich Sanford, Larry Belleville Schafer, Ronald L , LaCrosse Schaffer, James R., LaCrosse Scheibmeir, Alan J,, Salma Schield, Sharon S, p St, Francis Schiewe, Ronald! E., Preston Schilling, Burton L., Bucklin Schfssler, Dan C., Herndon Schlaefle, Richard J,, Cawker City Schmidt; Anita L r , Hays Schmidt, Connie L., Hays Schmidt, Dennis L., Hoys Schmidt, Gary E., Hays Schmidt, Jacquelin R.„ Hays Schmidr, Jeanne E r Catherine Schmidt, Joanne M., Hays Schmidt. Tim P., Hays Schmidt berger, Joseph A.. Victoria Schneider, Gwendolyn K., Ellin wood Schnoebelen, Mark A , Lewis Schon, Wilma J , Gorham Schreiber, Mary M., Ransom Schrock, Glenda J., Plain idle Sc brooder. K. Ann, WaKeeney Schroer, Alan K., Dresden Schueler, Karen M., Catherine Schulte, Lavern J., Gorham Schultz, Kathrynn M., Bunker Hill Schuitz, Stanley I., Hays Scbw ' arzen berger, John D,, Col Iyer Scoggan, Marieta A , Beloit Scotty Ann E,, Smite min. III . ScotL Cheryl L., Norton Learning to use the card files in Forsyth Library is a must for freshmen. Freshmen 297 Scott, Danna K., Great Bend Seago, George W., Russell Sears, Robert E, Goad land Selbe, Linda L.. Hoxie Selbe, Nancy S , Hoxie Severs, Henry M. T Hay Seyb, Michael B,, Pretty Prairie Shaffer, Richard W. T Dighton Shafiyan, Bijan, Kerman City, Iran Shamburg, Ramona L,, WaKeeney Sheets, Linda L„ Phillips burg Shelton,, Sha tab L., Minneola Shepherd, Charles E. f Mauler Shall, Sharron A , Dighton Sim, Stephen €., Lukin Simminger, Sheryl L., Ellis Si men, Lawrence L.. Stud ley Simpson, Charlene K„ Hazel to?: Slate, JoLeen S., Jewell Smarsh. John A. Great Bend Smith, Alvin F„ Norton Leader Polls Students’ Political Preferences Smith, Beth E ,, Almena Smith, David C, Kinsley Smith, Garfield E., Abilene Smith, Gary P., Palls Creek. Pa. Smith, Larry D., Bison Smith, Marcdo M-, B tcklin Smith, Michael J,, Great Bend Smith, Randall L-, Hois nglou Smith, Walter J., Minneapolis Smith, H. William, Sun City Srnotts, Robert D-, Tripoli , Libya Snell, Janet D.. Hudson So I berg. Barbara A,, Salt rid Sothers, Judith A.. S sands a Spangenberg, Edward L., Hudson Spanier, Jerry A., Great Bend Sparks, Cheryl E., Dighton Spati, Sheila K., Beloit Sperry, Charles K., St. Francis Sprick, Roger G,. Prairie View Sprinkle, Sandra $. T Hill City Staab, Joyce A., Hays Stackhouse, Sue A., Kiruin Stanley, Kathy M., Syracuse Stanton, Delbert W., Stockton Stapleton, Roy V., Sublette Stearns, Patrice D-, Cawker City Stearns, Steven D . Wellington Stech, Terence V., Cawker City Steimel, Robert L., Cjaflin Steinert, Dennis N. h Russell Sterler, Larry E., Glen Elder Stewart, Kenneth T., Hunter Stockman, Keith B. , Kiruin Stockman, Kenneth W., Kiruin 298 Stoller, James, Smith Center Storer, Rex L., Hoxie Stranberg, Datha D., Topeka Strobe I, George A., Great Bend St rout, Richard M,, Tulsa, Okla Stuart, Mark W., Kerin gi on Stuart, Patricia L.. Dodge City Stull, Terry D-, Brownell Stutzman, Betty J.. Ulysses Suchshnd, Larry L.. Burr Oak Sulzman, M. Jolene, Selden Sutton, Roddy D., Greensburg Swan, Larry R., Hu got on Swartz, Dianna J.. Alexander Tagtmeyer, Larry L,, Good land Tedesco, Jo Anne F., Lake Mahopac, NY. Teschner, Barbara R., Atchison Teter, Diana L., Protection Thacker, Gloria J.. Luray Thiele, Nancy E , Scott City Thielen Joseph P., Dor ranee 1,317 Freshmen Enroll for Fall Semester Thomas, Charles E,, Oklahoma City, Okla . Thomas, J. Craig, Dighton Thomas, Phyllis K., Hugoton, Thomas, R. Wayne, Turon Thomas son, Joseph R., Hays Thompson, David A., Liberal Thompson, Mary A., Greensburg Thornburg, Dennis D., Alton Thummel. Patricia A.. Plarnville Thurlow, Janet M., Hill City Tillberg, Vernon G,, Satina Timmons, Karen L,. Hu got on Tittel, Raymond L., Russell Toedman, Charles L-, News on Toma nek, Lynn E., WaKeene) Tom son, Marion N., Hays To trey, Wilbur E,, Canton Tramp, Roger P., Phillipsburg Trapp, Cheryl L„, Lttray Trebilcock, Wanda B., Ford Trimmer, Sue A,, Hays Tucker, Billy D.. Scott City Tucker, Linda D,, Jet mote Tucker, Martha J,, Seward Turner. Terry L„ Wellington Ulin, Larry R., Hunter Ulrich, Henrietta E., Sr! tan Grove Unruh, Karen L., Kismet Upham, Billy N., junction City Urban, Arlene A., Bison Van Dyke. Dale A., Prescott , Ariz. Van Eaton, Marjorie L . Monument Vawter, John D., Oakley Vehige, Kenneth D., Logan Vine, Barbara D., Ellis 299 Vint, Janice M , Glen Elder Vondracek, Norma S., Hazelton Vo pat s Harry j ,, Wilson Votruba,, Edward L. Wilson Wagner, Norma J,, Hays Wahlmeier, Wayne L . Clayton Walker, James L r Lamar, Colo , Walker, Judith L.. Weskan Wallgren, Richard L. p Logan Walters, Janet C, Hays Walters, Kathleen A.. Hays Walters, Kathleen M., Hays Walters, Thomas D.. Hays Ward, Victor H„ Belleville Washburn, Daniel S , Good land Wa singer, Judy L., Hays Wasinger, Marilyn C, Hays Wa singer, William L. Hays Watkins, Larry C., Garden City Watson, Gene, Wt i Keeney Weber. Richard A.. Grain field Weigel, Leo K., Oakley Weigel, Mary L , Hays Weigel, Phyllis E., Hays Weigel, Robert D , Col Iyer Weilert, Cary A., Hays Wdngart, Vicki J., Be tide na Weinhold, Everet A,, Dor ranee Weisensee, Charles A., Lamed Wenciker, Jerry L-, Horace Snow Blankets Campus in Early December Went ling, Mary K., El l is Werth, Agnes C- F Hays West, Linda L„ Mankato Westerman, Edward L,, Lorraine Westhoff, Larry L. Morrowrille Weuel, LaVern H,, Offerle Wharton, Judy A., LaCrosse Whisnaot, Gary W., Good land White, Glenn E., Newton Wicke, Rita K ,, At wool Wiehl. Connie S., Smith Center Wilkinson, Larry ' K., McDonald Williams, Mia Rolla Williamson, Robert J., Kinsley Williamson, William H„ Kinsley W i I son , Lo i S E . , Af orient ha! Wilson, Norman L,. Syracuse Wilson, Philip R., Mankato 300 WinchgtE Audrey L., Prairie View Wine, Patricia L rp Sal hi a Winfrey, Carolyn K,, Mulvane Wingfield, Gary L., Clay Center Wittman, Carol L,, Victoria Wondra, Stephen A., Burdett Wood, Bennie D., Ulysses Wood, Rosemary, Kansas City Workman, William S., Jr., Natoma Wycoff, Linda C, Great Bend Yahne, David G,, Great Bend Yantiss, Paul C, Long Island Yoho, Robert E. t Libera! York, Nancy A., Hoi sin gt on Young, Austin B. p Salina Young, Douglas A., Ellis Young, Gar r D., Oberlin Young, Patricia A., Good land Zellner, Geraldine F. t Mar rent hal Zerfas, Connie M., O gal lab Zerr, Alfred P,, Quinier Ziegler, JoEva J., WaKeeney Ziegler, Larry r F., Minneapolis Ziegler, Rich D., Collyer Ziegler, Richard D., Collyer Zimbelman, RonaEd R., St , Francis Zimmer, Joan C, Downs Zink, Ronald L., Healy Zinszer, Paul, Stoney Creek, Ontario , Canada Zohner, Carl J. h Penokee Freshmen to Lose Stigma of Their Status Sleep, that blessed reliever of anxiety hoodwinks Bonnie Brandenburg. 101 A DVERTISING AND I NDEX Without the academic and athletic scholarships given by Hays citizens and merchants, many FHS students would be unable to have an education. These benefactors also willingly support FHS through such events as the Furlough and by advertising in student publications. The college, in turn, provides cultural and academic events for townspeople. Such reciprocation is advantageous to both the city and FHS; in this way, the two are dependent on one another. Indicative of this cooperation is Countryside Mobile Homes. Many married students at Fort Hays State have proved the economy and satisfaction of owning their own trailers. Getting married? Let Countryside Mobile Homes show you the advantages of modern living. Countryside, phone MA 4- 4428, is conveniently located on Fast 8th Street, 302 COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE HOMES— FOR THE HOME AS GREAT AS THE NAME 303 M ben. F. DREILING, INC. 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Fort Hays Special Student Accounts Regular Checking Accounts MA 4-2587 1001 Main 330 HOME LUMBER COMPANY Complete Building Service and Supplies Headquarters tor Bridge Planks and Timbers MA 4-2216 8th and Vine Advertisers Support the Reveille Patronize Them Try the Cub Cadet at . . INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE MA 4-5685 I Ith and Vine The Most Distinguished Name in School and College Jewelry YOUR GUARANTEE OF: Perfect Satisfaction Unmatched Quality Dashing Style Complete Security Paul McClellan — Fort Hays State Representative 331 Chris McLean Janet PoweEi THE DESIGNER’S FABRIC SHOP " Fashion by the Yard” Custom Sewing Your Necchf, Nelco, and Elna Sewing Center 121 West Sth HAYS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY K. R. HINKHOUSE, President J. D. WILLIAMS. Associate REAL ESTATE MA 4-43 1 8 232 West 9th Ready to Serve You Weeknights and Weekends Phone in Your Order to MA 4-9955 VARSITY BOWL DRIVE-IN 332 You ' re In the Pepsi Generation PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 705 Milner MA 4-26 B HADLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL and REHABILITATION CENTER OLDHAM SALES, INC. Serving Hays and Northwest Kansas With Automotive Parts Accessories REFINISHIN0 MATERIALS MA 4-2547 lOlh and Allen TED ' S STEAK HOUSE Tender Juicy Steaks Pan Fried Chicken — Shrimps Any Order May Be Boxed to Go Open Si Days a Week 11:30 a.m. — 10:00 p.m. Closed Fridays Phone for Reservations MA 4-9933 333 FORT HAYS MOTEL TV and Phones in Every Room Individually Cooled and Heated Carpeted MA 4-258 1 527 East 8th 500 East 8th Phone MArket 4-2571 Hays, Kansas VAGABOND MOTEL MA 4-2511 North on U.S. 183 Tuee est Western HOTELS VAGABONO MOTEL VILLA MOTEL 810 East 8th Dial MA 4-2563 RILEY MOTEL for Reserva+ions COMMERCIAL RATES Near Restaurant Kid dies Pfayground Air Conditioned VINE PARK MOTEL " A Nice Place To Stay 11 MA 4 d 537 1308 Vine GARDEN GRILL 706 Main Home Cooked Food AI and Evon Homm KENT CAFE Good Food at Popular Prices MA 4-3169 East 8th 334 FOX THEATRE Show Place of the Midwest MA 4-4567 1202 Main East Wing. McMindes Hall . „ . With an Interest in Education HUNTER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 335 MA 4-3471 1200 Mair Catering Service Coffee Shop THE LAMER HOTEL Crude Oil Transportation H. M. POPP TRUCK LINES, INC. Offices at 520 East Williams, Wichita, With an Office at East 8th in Hays 3 36 Asphalt Paving — Crushed Rock — Excavating Eat in Carry Out Delivery THE PIZZA HUT LARRY KRIEGH Manager East 8th Street MA 4-9930 Woodmen Accident and Life Company Lincoln , Nebraska The Protecting Hand C. J. LINDAHL Port Hays Stats College Graduate A MUTUAL LEGAL RESERVE COMPANY - ESTABLISHED I 9 0 A PERSONAL FINANCE SPECIALIST OFFERING Life Health Accident Hospital Major Medical and Group Protection Contact C J, LINDAHL MA 4-5942 404 West 8th 337 Supplying the Needs of a Hungry Fort Hays State RODGERS-HOISINGTON WHOLESALE GROCERS Paradise, Kansas !2th and Vine MA 4-8613 HUSTON TIRES INC. Auto — Truck — Farm KOBLER RAMBLER CO. Sales and Service 124 E, 8th A — A — A 10 % Discount to Students MA 4-4710 Repr. Shop MA 4-6584 338 MA 4-2574 219 West 10+h MANN ' S IGA STORE " Charge Accounts Available for Your Convenience " MA 4-2533 126 West 12th Your Corvair Dealer O ' LOUGHUN MOTOR SALES Chevrolet — Chevelie — Chevy II Corvair — Corvette — Oldsmobile F-85 O. K. Used Cars General Construction Ready Mixed Concrete MARVIN L ORTH Supplier of Concrete for the New Wooster Apartments 339 MA 4-6593 600 S. Main GIANT VALUE DISCOUNT STORE Houseware Auto Supplies Sporting Goods Paint Appliances Hardware Drugs Sundries Beauty Aids Toys Clothing School Supplies Store Hours Mon. Thru Sat. 9-9 Sunday 12-7 " Just North of the Campus ' 1 CAMPUS APARTMENTS Two Bedrooms Air-Conditioned Furnished Room tor Four Boys. See: BOB FINCH Hays, Kansas 1 5c Burger Din:ng Area The Library THE BURGER SHACK Every Day Specials: At the BURGER SHACK I Sc Hamburgers — -Cheeseburgers Fish Sandwiches — Fried Pies I Ic French Fries — Onion Rings Soft Drinks Shakes USE OUR DRIVE UP WINDOW FOR I Ifh and Elm At Our LIBRARY Charcoal Broiled Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers Bar-B-Q Burgers — Charcoal Broiled Book Burgers Grilled Cheese — Fishburgers French Fries — Onion Rings Beverages and Pina CALL-IN ORDERS AND BEVERAGES MA 4-2626 340 Serving Fort Hays: THE FORT HAYS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Fort Hays Alumni promote the interests and purposes of the College. The Alumni Association serves as a binding tie with Fort Hays State. Harold Stones welcomes back the 19 1 7 Tiger basketball team. THE FORT HAYS ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION The Endowment Association collected more than $100,000 last year for the purpose of helping nearly 1,500 Students by providing Campus Jobs; Athletic and Departmental Grants; Academic Scholarships; National Defense, Institutional, and United Student Aids Loan. Through matching programs and grants this provides over $500,000 for Fort Hays Students. Bicycle riders dominate action at the Fort Hays Furlough, an Endowment Association money-raising weekend. ADVERTISING INDEX ABC Drug Co. 329 A l W Drive-In 320 Al ' s Bootery 311 Al ' s College Market 309 Arnie ' s Dress Shop 304 Aubel Asphalt Paving . . ..337 L. G. Balfour Co. 331 Bike ' s Burger Bar 311 Boogaart ' s Super Market 305 Brown ' s Shoe Fit Co, . 312 Building Supply Co 305 Burger Shack , 340 Butler Furniture 316 Campus Apartments 340 Campus Barber Shop 327 Campus Book Store 320 Central Kansas Power Co. . ....317 Classic Barber Shop 328 Countryside Mobile Homes 302 The Cross Shop ,326 Dairy Queen 314 Dan ' s Cafe .-.-.327 Delma 224 Designers Fabric Shop .332 Dillon Food Market 310 Ben F. Dreiling ... .304 Dreiling ' s Men ' s Wear .316 Duckwall Store 316 Equitable Life Assurance .323 F. W. Wool worth 330 Farmers Co-op Association . 328 Farmers State Bank 308 Finch ' s ...314 First National Bank .....330 Fort Hays Alumni Association 34 1 Fort Hays Endowment Association 341 Fort Hays Insurance Agcy 327 Ft. Hays Motel 334 Fort Hays Pharmacy 315 Fox Theater 335 Gagelman Motor Co. . 318 Garden Grill 334 Giant Value Discount Store . 340 Goodwin ' s Sporting Goods .313 Guercio Studio „„ 317 Hadley Memorial Hospital .. .333 Harkness Store 310 Hartman Oil Co. 326 Havener ' s .... 31 4 Hays Building and Loan 315 Hays City Drug 304 Hays Daily News . .322 Hays Development Co. ... 332 Hays Floral Shop 309 Hays Music Co „ 321 Hays National Bank ... 319 Home Furniture Co 315 Home Lumber Co. .331 Humburg Hardware 317 Hunter Construction Co. .... 33 5 Huston Tires 338 International Harvester 331 Jack Jill Shop 310 James Motor Co ,323 Jeps Super Service 322 Kent Cafe ..334 Kessler Cleaning .326 Kohler Rambler Co 33S Lamer Hotel 336 Art Leas 3 2S Lynch Texaco Service Station 329 Mann ' s IGA Store 339 Mark we! I S tat ion cry Co 307 J, M. McDonald Co. 307 Midwest Tobacco Candy Co ... ....,330 Montgomery Ward r Co, 322 Music Manor . ,,...,...,306 Mutual of Omaha 306 Neuburger ' s Bakery 328 Northwestern Typewriter Co. 318 O. K. Baker Shoes ... 327 Oldham Sales 333 OLoughlin Motor Sales 339 Leo M. Orth Construction Co, 339 J. C. Penney Co 321 Pepsi -Cola Bottling Co. 333 Geo, Philip Hardware 307 Pink Pony Flower Shop .310 Pizza Hut ..... 337 H, M. Popp Truck Line 336 Printcraft 314 Pu rd y ' s Pha rma cy 309 Quality Cleaners 305 Riley Motel 334 Rodgers- Hoi sing ton 338 Rohr Jewelry 307 S W Supply Co. 329 Sammy ' s 307 Sch waller Lumber Co. 314 Seven-Up Bottling Co 311 Sunset Motel 334 Ted ' s Steak House 333 Tony ' s Pancake House 306 Vagabond Motel 334 Varsity Barber Shop 322 V a rs i ty Bow I Dri ve- Jn 332 Vernon Jewelers 309 Villa Motel 334 Village Shop 312 Vine Park Motel 334 Vitztum - 328 Wiesner ' s . 325 Woodman Life Insurance 337 34 1 Faculty Index Applegate, Malcolm 97, 147, Artman, Ethel V Bartholomew, Leland 135, Bauer. Josef 146, 15 5, Baxter, Iftei — - Beesley, Alice - 137 Be I isle, James J. 149 Borland. John C Blickenstaft. Darlene 155 BlickcnStaff, Marvin Bogart, Katherine Boor, Jerome F 150 Brandenburg, Betty 171, Brcthour, Carol Broach, B. V 138 Brooks. Doyle K. ... Brooks. R U. Brown. Robert K. 155, Brown, Sybil Burnett. Hugh Burnett, Richard 126, 173, Cain, C, Richard 139, Caldwell, Eleanor . Campbell, Marc Choguill. Harold 5 138, Christopher, Rachel Clark. Thaine A. ........ Cldand, Troy S . Coder. Ralph V. Cole, Jerry J. . „ ..... Collier. Kent Cook. Frances E, „.. ! Cook. Kenneth W Costigan , James 1 1 3 S. Cot him, Nancy 140, Coulson. Marion F, Crainc. Eugene R. E38, Cunningham, M. C. .... .. 16, 19. if, 101, 119, 138, 226 Curtis, Nancy Daley, Billy C Dalton, Srandlce V Davidson., Gordon 144, Davis, Dale W Davis. Eleanor M. ..... Dechant, Emerald V. Delbaico. Dolores 14 j, Dick, R. Dale 133, 139, 138, 167, 231 236 155, 230 231 232 151 232 . 230 230 2 30 231 230 236 234 235 233 230 230 235 236 229 150 230 234 177. 233 234 232 232 228 233 233 232 234 231 232 231 233 33, 227 233 235 228 233 231 233 235 231 235 DElley, Lyle 153, 155, 230 Dobbs, Edith 235 Dryden, Laurence 233 Duckworth. James E. 137, 231 Duncan, Patricia L 232 Edwards. Clifford D 231 Errkscn, Douglas 234 Etter, Orville E l40, 148, 233 Evans, Charles H, 2 33 Faulkner, Keith 60, 234 Fehrenbachcr. Sherry ...... 63, 1M, 235 Pel ten. Lucille 2 30 fleharty, Eugene D 2 32 Forsythe, James L ' . 233 Francis, Ales 79, 98, 2 32 Gallagher. Helen 236 Gallion, Leona 135. 2 34 Garner, Naomi 23 1 Garwood, John D 32, ISO, 2 28 Gay. Robert M 234 Gladman, Orin L 235 Croesbeck, Hulda G 235 Gross. Paul 107, 232 Gruber, James D. .5 233 Gumm. Robert D 140, 233 Gust. Dale D, , . ... 135 Gvynn, William F. ..... . . 233, 235 Halpern. William 181. 233 Hamilton, Samuel M. 235 Harbin, Calvin 138, 235 Harper, Jerry .... 235 Heather. Jack R. 147, 164, 2 3i HciL Eleanor 235 Hdlem, Margery 2 34 Hennessey. Everett ...... L39. 150, 230 Herndon, Geneva 57, 136, 23l Hcrren, Lloyd K. 155, 230 Hoffman, Maxine 137, 151, 230 Huffman, Ralph 138. 230 Hulctt. Gary K 232 Jell! son. Bill D 54. 125, 127, 133, 229 Johnson, Edward R 228 Johnson, Jerry ,. 173. 228 Keating. W. E 228 Ketchum, Harriet V. 134. 231 Krebs, June L. 15(, 230 Kuchar. Roman, V. ... . 57, 231 Kuhn. Jeanne M 235 Kurtz. Ray 235 Liemohn. Wendell P 71, 69. 98, 232 Linney, Donabel 231 Little, Mil burn 135, 138, 234 MacBcth. Mary 140, 2 32 Maher, William E 231 Maples, Carol 234 Marshall, Everett ... 233 Maxsoo, Leon — — 147, 231 McCartney, E. R. 234 McConnell, Wayne 71, 232 McFarland. Alice 54 r 231 McFarland, Henry 232 McGinnis, Darrell 23, 2jy McGregor, J. D 233 McKee. Dennis t . 150, 230 McMcchan, James H. .. 148, 233 McNeil, Edgar F 71, 94, 162, Millelt, Richard Moore, Mary M 40, 156, Rowlands, Shirley J. 235 Rumpel. Max 233 Ruttman. Gerald 37, 171, 236 Sickctt, Marjorie --■■■ 2 31 Sackett, Samuel J. 137, 231 Saycd, M„ Q. 232 Sehrampfer, Jo Ann 2 33 Schleich, Phyllis A 155 Schmutz, Lester 232 Schroder, Elton 232 232 144 157. 23C Moreland, William D. . .... . ......... 233 Morrison, Alice 231 Moss, Joel C 101. 230 Moyers, E. Edwin 155, 230 Mulch. Merrill E 2 33 Mullen, Eugene 234 Nagel. Harold . .. 58, 134. 181, 2 32 Nelson, Rex AC 138. 139, 230 Oliva, Leo E r 61, 233 Osborne, Richard L 146, 234 Palmer, Harold . 230 Parish, Verna M 133, 23l Peier, J, Dale 234 Peoples, Crocker 235 Pierson, David W, 232 Powell. Bettie 234 Price, Gordon W. 13s, 147, 235 Pugh, Lawrence 48, 235 Reeves, Oscar E. ... 231 Reindorp, Reginald C 138, 231 Rematorc, Andrew ........ 231 ResJer, Suianne 149 232 Rice, Jimmy ..... 233 Richards. Robert 138, 148, 2 33 Riegel, Andrew D 232 Riley. Esta L 234 Robinson, William 235 Rogers, Katherine ........ 17. 147, 169. 231, 352 Rolfs. Marvin E 233 Roome, Charles C, 234 Shelton, Austin 231 Si e vers, Wayne L — 155, 233 Simons. Kenneth W 232 Slechta. Donald B- — - 733 Smiarowaki, Richard 2 35 Smith. Wilda M 233 Smoot, Kenneth E, .™ - 235 Spangler, Robert J 236- Spear, Guy E 231 Stage. Doris V ■--- 233 Start, James R 136, 31 Stave, Lavier L. 235 Stones. Harold A 2 36 Stauffer, Jean 125, 126, 132. 229 Stout. Donald £. 43, 158, 230 Stout. Roberta C . ■ 231 Stroup, Leora B. 151, 235 Suran, Cade 36, 68, 69, 81 107, 13S. 226. 227 Thomas. Archie C 135, 234 Thomas. Dolhe B 229 Thomas. Monique 145, 231 Thompson, Leonard W. 234 Thorns, John 230 Tilbury, Leon 32, L36. 231 Toalson, Wilmont 233 Tomanek, Gerald 232 Tow. Ted C 231 Trujillo. Milton M. 234 Twarogowski, Leroy - 230 Volk, Mary E. 231 Walden. J. B 135, 234 Walker. Myrl V. 54, 233 Wall, George R 234 Wells, James R 139, 232 Wilkins. William D . 2 30 Winter, David H 91 , 232 W interim, Dewayne 231 Witt, Robert 139. 143, 233 Wood, W. Clement 138, 235 Zenge, Michael W 15 5, 230 A Student and Organizations Index Abels. Barry L. Acheson, Delbert W + Acheson. Donald E. Acker, Kathleen A. Adams. Bernita F. . .. Adams, Carl V, Adams, Charles IT Adams, Dennis Mason Adams, Donna J. .... Adams, Frederick D Adams, James A. Adams, Larry I Adams, Marlene L. Adams. Norma j. 15 J Adams, Ray Dea n Adams. Sherry H. 45, I S3 Adams, William D. Aday. David P. Agncw, David T, AGNEW HALL 208, Aguirre, Martha Akers, Barbara A. Akers, Donna S. Albert, Lynlie Lee 91, Albright, Kay Frances Albright, Stephen B, Alcorn, Marion E Alexander, James E. .27 ALL STUDENT COUNCIL A 1 I en , R . Ed w a rd Allen. Roger L. Allen. Miry L Allen, Velma L. Allmon. C Rohcrt 9 ' alpha gamma delta ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA ALPHA KAPPA PSI ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA ALPHA PHI OMEGA ALPHA PM OMEGA ALPHA XI DELTA A Is paw. Pam 145, Aiumbaugh , Jack E. Amerinc, Glen B Amerine, Linda M. . n.4 151 . 200. 253 267 253 206, 267 , 238 238 .... 71, 206 118. 159, 253 214, 281 . 196, 253 333. 281 . 150, 267 53 . 206. 281 218, 25 3 140, 214. 218. 281 . 2 38 206, 281 181, 281 209. 210 144, 267 211. 267 281 93. 149, 253 . 252, 281 150, 253 173, 267 98 . 100 , 253 125 267 218, 253 206. 2ft 1 206 . 281 349. 253 38, 186, 187 194. 195 146 . 132 173 134 185 147. 168 238 220, 281 127, 141. , 185, 267 Amos. Dianne L. .. Andersen, Kenneth W. Anderson. Andrew 5, Anderson, Caro! j. . Anderson. Connie Jo . Anderson. Danny W, Anderson, Floyd L. Anderson. Hazel B, Anderson, James L. Anderson, Jo Susan . A nderson , Murray E . . 206 , 130 , 211 . 218, R. Anderson, Pamela R. A nd erson , Susa n E . . . Andregg, Fred W. . 3- Andres, Annalee 129, Angel, Janette M. . Angell, Janet A. Anglin, Judy M, Anissy, Nasser Ankcnman. Charles Anthony, Ga try L . Anthony, Larry W. Anthony. Robert G. Antrim. Lonny W. Appel. Richard D. Archer. Carol Sue Archer, Philip S. Archer, Wayne L Archibald. M Kathleen Arias. Carlos A. Arias, Elsa Armbrustcr, Paul C. Armbruster. Ronald L, Armstrong, John M, . Armstrong. Robert E. Armstrong, Tonya ...... Armstrong. William R. A meson, Ronald W. . A meson, Tanya . 136 , 162 3, 88 1 0, 214 .. 211 206 144, 139. 218, . 120 , 3 29, 192 218 196 150, 146 BO. Arnold. David M .. 2i „ Arpin, Harold J, , Ary. Mike I V. n .H. Asehenbrenner. Gerald Aschenbrcnner. Stephen A. Ashley. Ronald A. ... Ashworth, Judith L 214 A ter. Jaclri I i$6, 214, Alt wood, John D, Attkisson, Rita C Atwood, Ima Jean Aust. Eddie W. . 24, no, 186, 238, 28 1 281 237 238 287 131, 2 38 281 238 238 238 211 161 , , 25 3 281 28 1 281 181 . , 238 281 237 267 253 281 253 253 320 253 238 253 267 267 238 25 3 281 281 267 253 238 267 28] 237 Ul, 2 38 28| 267 2 37 267 267 253 281 2HL 253 214 194, 304 253 Aust. James L 258 Aust, Nancy J 186, 214, 281 Austin. Eric L. , 2lS, 281 Aylward, James J 253 Ayres, David L 165 Aziz, Mou sa 181 B Baalman. Lawrence E 253 Babcock. C, Lynn 267 Babcock. Velma M, 211. 281 Baber. Edward B 281 Bachus, Terry K 220, 267 Bahm. Dannie G 282 Bahns. Frank B. . 218, 282 Raier, Charles M , 253 B-aicr, Daniel E, . 196, 267 Baief. Nancy L 267 Baler. Sharon R, . 127, B5. 190 „ . 253 Bartey. Dtina R. 133, 223, 267 Bailey. James D 158, 223, 253 Bailey, Larry W, ,. 195 Baker. Barbara j. . 25 3 Baker. Cheryl D, 282 Baker. Eileen R 159 Baker. William D 282 Balch, George T 267 Bale. Patricia E 171, 186, 267 Balthazar, Gregory A. 218, 282 Bamberger, C. Norman 58, 129, „ , 134, B9, 143. 238 Bamberger, C. Dennis ... 139, 238 Bamberger. Shirley R, 253 BAND Bangcrt. Dennis R, 140. 267 Bangle, Patty Jo 238 Banister, George A. ...... 282 Banister. James R, 253 Banks, Sue A , 214 282 BAPTIST STUDENT MOVEMENT ns BAPTIST- STUDENT UNION .. 17B Barber, Robert L, 220, 282 Barenbcrg, Stanley L, 267 Barker, Norval K 267 Barleen, Arnold L 253 Barnes. Virginia L. 136, 2 14, 2 53 Barnett, William R 7 j , 1 0 Barr, William D r . 282 Barrett, John H. 282 Barrows. Bobbi Jane 143. 192, Barta. Roger Lee 200. Barta, Susan E. ..... 153, 211. Bartel, Gailen K Barten, Jams L, 206, Rarten, Lynn L . 196. Bartholomew, Diana M. . . . 151, Bartholomew, Mary ... Bartley, Lois J 211. Bartos. Dale L- Base, Steven W, 71. 131, Basgall, Kenneth E. Basgall, Norma J. .. 192 Basgall. William D Bass, Don A. Bates, Lawrence A 8t, 118, Battin, John H Bauer, Darlene L. Bauer, David A. 153, 15 8, Bauer, Carol E. 214, Bauer, Edward 3 s , Bauer, Grover E, 204, Bauer, Judith F, Bauer, Judy J. 214, Baxter. James D Baxter. Randall W. Baxter, Ronald W Baxter. Thomas O. Beach, A. Crate Beal, Kenneth M, l p, Beals, janalee E. . 151, 214 ’ Beam, Gloria S. . . 211, Bean, Dennis D, 7 1 [ Bean, Sharon K 45, 1-10, 214, Bear, Linda K. 2n Bcchard, Robert D Bechtel, Roger L. ia, 282, 318, Bechtold. Gayle D, Beck. Melvin E. 143 Beck. Kay E ... 151, 211, Beck. M r Jane 132. 153. 178, Becker. Janet j r 106 , 180 , Beckham, Janice R. .. .. 129, 130,, Beckman, Karlcen K. 15U 180, Bedore, Martha I Beecher, Clair P. Beeler, Ann E. . 125, l9t , 206 Beffort, j, D. is. Be fart. James I. 143 Befort. Janice M Befort, Norma K Befort, Norman G. 2 55 267 267 253 267 238 2 39 155 282 253 146. 254 282 239 282 2.39 237 254 254 159, . 267 282 282 239 239 282 282 282 2 39 254 254 239 282 282 267 267 282 267 320 239 282 267 211 , 282 214, 282 131 254 282 254 267 254 282 267 2 39 146 342 I . M R .... 140. 220, L Btfoit, Thomas T. Bcggs, John L. Begnoche, Gin Bellman, David Beilmin, Willis L r Heims. J. Mike ....... 59, 304, Belcher, Larry D 58, 134. 200, Bclk. Bet 206, Bell, Catherine J. 211 Bell, Gary E ' ficltch, Karen K. .. 2n, Benda. Christine L 178, 214 Bennett, Anita R .. 140, Bennett. Connie M. 157. 149, Bennett. Marvin L 150, Bennett. Mary P. 133, 153’ Bennett. Roger D, Bennett. William C 126 TV 218. Berens, Phyllis D. 53. Bercns. Ronald J. . ' Berber, Ronald D, 153, 202, Bergman, John C 2 IS, Bergmann. Robert J, Berry, Daryl L. Berry, Jerry M. Berry, Stuart M 2 IS, Bests en, James H, , 200 BETA BETA BETA Beymer, Gary C. ... 218, Slavs, Ellen M. , 132, 214. Bickford, Barbara I. 1 32, 1B1. 214, Bieber, James H. 200. Bieber. Kenneth G. Bieberly. Larry L. Bieberly, Victoria M 214, Bicker. Alexander ........ . . 94. Bicker. Eugene 202 Bicker, Willctta .... Bigge. Robin L Bigham, Robert D. . Bjllinger, Alan L. .. . Bii linger, Shirley A. Billingcr, Thomas W. Billman. Trina L. Binder. Elaine M. Binns, Hubert L. Bird. Jerry L 218, Birdsell. Jackie D, .... Birdsell, James F. Bimbaum, D. Christine .211, Birney, Elmer D. 129, Bittcl, Cynthia S, 137. Bitter, Jerry L. ... 150, 218, Bittner, Jerome A- 133, Blackburn. Mary K, Blackburn. Pamela J. 140. 211, Blackburn, Robert L. .... 3 59, 196, Blackburn. Wayne A, Blackmon, Michael J 218, Blackwell, David B. 94, 194, Blackwood, Sherrie M. Blair, Connie J. . . 206, Blair, Gary A. 220. Blake. Sandra J, 140, 149, Bland, Gary R. Blank, Judy A. 131, 138. 211. Bla ck, Donald L 220, Blcvms, M. Bernic 71, 98 Blickenstaff. David $, Bhekenstaff, Judy H. . 211, Blubaugh, Thomas L Boden, Robert D. ......... 136. B ode n hammer, Rebecca S 104, 194, Bocdeker, Alvin E. , Boedeker, Elaine M. 3 32, 214, Boehme, William D 2] 8, JBoeve, Gary L, 103, Boger, Terry J. 180, 220, Bohm, Donald G, Bohm, Michael J. Bolingcr, Mitchell E. 196, Boiler. Judy A. Boiler, Robert A. Baltic. Dennis J, Bcillig, Rudolph A. Ball ik. William J Bollinger, Carolyn M 153, 214, 143 , 81 . 1 214 , 190 , 282 254 268 282 282 282 139. 239 282 268 2 54 282 282 268 1 VI. 254 282 282 268 143, 268 268 2 39 2 IS, 282 282 268 282 268 282 254 134 282 282 143, 282 282 239 268 268 239 268 239 144 237 268 254 268 282 282 239 282 282 2 39 283 237 254 283 239 254 283 283 2 39 283 239 254 283 239 268 239 2 39 283 . 99 239 268 283 254 192, 254 283 180 , 283 283 283 254 ?Vi 268 254 254 239 254 283 268 179, 283 Bowman, Nancy E 214, 283 Bonebrake, Jim A. 283 Bongarta, Lynda L 206, 283 Bongo, Frederic ... . . 144, 254 Bonneau. Donald L 133, 283 Bonnerlfn, Barbara J. 214, 268 Boone. Linda S 254 Boone. Sarah F. 155 Boor. Raymond B, . 143, 268 Booth, Louise S. ... . 129. 130, 239 Booth, Mary L, 254 Borger, J. Timothy 239 Borgmann, Lonnie B 268 Borth, Perry M. 268 Boschowntiki, Linda , 36, 125, 144. 180, 28.3 Boston, Jack E. 204, 254 Bolt. Sidney W, 135, 153, 154, 254 Boucher. Albert J, 283 Boucher. Eugene D 254 Bouchey, Marilyn K. ' 214. 283 Bousman. James R 149, 239 Bowersox, Stephen R 196, 268 Bowie, Alice L. 283 Bowman, Paul H. 283 Bowman. Ronald M, 36 Bowman, Vac Jean 116, 143, 239. _ , 310 Bow sky, William R 173 Boxbecgcr, Ronald E 283 Boyle, lames E 148. 2 39 Boyle, Jim P. .. 140, 2 37 Boyle, Michael 1 .„ 283 Brack. Dennis W. 283 Brack, Nancy L. 283 Bradley, Jim G- . 218. 283 Bradshaw. Mark W 133 Brady, V. Beth 214, 239 Brainatd. Rick l. 17, 268 Brake, Mark E. 283 Brandenburg. Bonnie 268, 301 Brandt, Sheryl A . 268 Brann, Judy K. 214. 268 Bra n tley , Gordon R , 239 BRASS CHOIR 134 Brauer. Freda R 14 1, 159, 268 Bray. Carol A 190, 354 Bray, David K 268 Breeden, Carolyn S 137. 239 Breeden. Dennis L 283 Btecr. William J ,,, . 150, 239 Bred, Donna M. . 130. 131, 239 Brejcha, Robert J 139, 239 Brenner. Harold M 37, 144 Rretz, Patricia K 214. 284 Brewer, Jutly A. 358. 359. 245 Brewer, Norman 28, lit 147 167, 206, 239 Brie key, Karyt I,, . 63, 127, 151, 254 Brickey. Marjorie E, 268 Brickey, Mildred I ... 268 Briery, John H, 254 Briggs, A. joe 94, 284 BrigKS, David E 284 Brinker. Jerry R . 239 Brock, flat h Seen 133, 141, 158. 254 Brock, John H. _. 254 Brock. Stephen W. 204, 2 39 Brockel, Donald J, . 263 Brock me icr, Sylvia E 148, 180, 235, 268 Brodbeck, John L 284 B rueckel man , Judith .. 206, 268 Brooks. Bonnie M. 140, 254 Brooks, Darrell R 200, 254 Brooks, Gary B, 150. 240 Brooks, Jimmie D, 240 Brooks, Michael M, 284 Brookshire, David E 194. 218, 268 Brookshire, Donnie R 97, 255 Brown, Anna H. ..... 136 Brown, Darwin W, 140. H8 Brown. D. Leonard . 3 46, 249 Brown. Doris ' ! 173, 255 Brown, Ernest L, 196 Brown, Gerald A 135, 158, 268 Brown, Janis A. ... 153. 155. 158. 215, 240, 268 Brown, Jerry C 150, 255 Brown. Karen E. 135, 215 Brown, Karen K 215, 284 Brown, Kenneth D. . 125, 127, 204. 240 Brown, Larry Q. 284 Brown. Michael T. 206 Brown, J athe J 13 L, 156. 240 Brown, Richard C 130, 351. 240 Brown, Richard A. . 255 Brown, Robert L 91, 268 Brown, Susan L. 27, 186, 268 Brown. Terry 1 3 H 196, 255 Brown. William. R, 255 Brownell, William F 255 Bruce, Wes I ye H. 146, 240 Brumitt, James E 178, 268 Brungardt. Earl J 284 Brungardt, Fred 71 Brungardt, Jane C 240. 284 Brungardt, Katherine 25 5 Brungardt Mary J 284 Brungardt. Roy F 127, 196, 255 Brungardt. William D 240 Bruns, Sandra K 126, 206, 268 Bryan. Cheryl K. 206. 268 Bryant. Janet E, 215, 284 Buck, Roger D 91, 149, 340 Buff on. James M 2 20. 25 5 Bui a, Joe R, 204, 240 Bullock. Ronald W, 204, 255 Bullock. Thomas M. 173, 200, 268 Bunker, Gerald R, — - 89, 268 Bunker. Kenneth D 146, 218, 240 Bunney, Donald J, ... 24 0 Bunsclmcycr, Keith 133, 218, 284 Burgess. Dale E 24 q Burke, Claude H 284 Burke, George D 255 Burkey, Donald R, 255 Burtev, John M 135, 153. 154, 220. 284 Burnett. Loud I a G. 1 48. 240 Burnett, Mary C 215, 284 Burney, Meredith A 215, 268 Burris, Raymond D — 24 0 Burroughs, Roger L. 255 Burrows, Larry D l48, 240 Burrows, Sandra A 178. 2Q0. 2 55 Buser, Gabriel J, 140, 25 5 Bushong. Margaret - 755 Buss, Estle C 192. 213, 284 Butler, Arden W, ,... 240 Butler, Linda . ... 15 1 264 Butler, Marlin J, 240 Buxton, Jferotd C 240 Button. Thomas H, . 130, 2 1 8, 28 1 Byerley. Alan H, . 220, 28 . By ford, Flanders 79, 268 Byram, Dennis A. 28 -j Cain, Albert | 268 Cain, Cheryl A ... 125, 127. 129. 186. 255 Cain, Karen J ... . 136. 211. 240 Cain, Marcia J • 137, 151, 240 Cain, Marvin I 268 Cain. Thomas M. 281 Calc Lon V. 284 Call Jimmie i L 218, 255 Call, Thomas J- r 284 Cal ten. Delber 240 Caller , Diana L 148, 211, 255 Cameron, Dorene F. 211, 268 Campbell. Buddy F. , 129, 130, 131. 220, 240 Campbell, Earlecne K 3,92, 215, 28i Campbell, Jack S. ... 240, 305 Campbell, Ronald F. 240 CAM PI ' S WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 179 Canfield, Merle L. .129 Canfield, Sharon . 269 Cannon. Michael P, - 218, 284 CANTERBURY CLUB 183 Capp, George L - 255 Capps. Pamela G, 168, 206, 28 j Capps. S. Mary MO, 149, 255 Carley. Curtis j 134. 237 Carley. L. Jonelle 54, 134, 111. 144. 160, 269 Carlin, Kathryn A. 215, 284 Carlin. Richard D, 255 Carlin, Rickey I- 127, 202. 255 Carlisle, E. Clair 165. 269 Carl i s le, H uber E E . 101 Carlson. James A. 28-i Carlson, Shelly 37, 269 Carmichael, Diana K. . 138, 143, 255 Carpenter, Glenn is J r , 121, 2 55 Carpenter. Jackie A. .133, Ml, 151, 179, 215, 269 Carter, Danna E 151, 185, 255 Case, C. Sue 186, 269 Caselman. Stephen F. 255 Casey. Alvin T 240 Casey, J. Douglas ... 284 Casey. Joleen K. 206, 269 Casey. Judith A. 151, 206, 255 CaSSen, Peter H, 196. 284 Castle, Fred L. 269 Castor, Virginia S, 284 Cates, Jerry G- 98, 281 Cates Lois I. 240 Cates, Terry D. . Chafieian, K’asser . . 240 140, 181 Chan, Tsee Chung M0 Chance, Brian D. ... 269 Chandler, Leo F. 269 Chaney, Dorothy A. . 240 Chang, Andrew 144 Channel!, Gary W. 255 Channel!, Robert [ . 240 Charles. Richard L. 255 Chattier. Janet A. 178 Chart ter, Myron R. . 178 Chase. William R. 24, 71, 74 CHEERLEADERS 174 Chrgwidden, Cindy S. 173 CHEMISTRY CLUB 148 Cheney. Bill 2 20, 284 Cheney. Carol J. 211, 269 Chesebro, Benny E. 218, 284 Chesney. Connie M. 206. 284 Chick. Randy R. 1 7 3 Childers, Steven R. 220, 284 Chipman, Barbara A. 215. 284 Chlumsky, Conrad J, 255 Christensen. Del win 133. 220, 284 Christensen, Harold 255 Christenson , Wayne D. 269 Christ jars. Carolyn j. 215, 240 CHRISTIAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 183 Christiansen . Don E. 125, 2 53. 255 Churchill, Karol M, 255 Claassen, Beverly A. . 160, 186, 269 Clark. A. Kay 192, 211, 284 Clark, Janet M. 215, 284 Clark, Kathleen R, 178. 206. 284 Clark, Richard M. . 284 Clark Roger M. 71, 75. 77, 238. 284 Clarkson, Thomas C- 255 Clausen. Rod rick D. 36, 125, 196 238, 240 Claussen, James E. 284 Clausscn, Norman D. 255 Clausscn, Thomas W, 284 343 Clay „ Barry H. ISMS, 267, 269 Clay amp, Karren E 178. 215, 2 4 Claycamp, Terry A 71 • ■ 79, 98, 194. 20J E, 218, 204 1 . 54. 129. 130. 140 . 147 , . 240 L 97, 178, 284 240 101, 194 G, 218. 284 ; L. . 220, 284 2D 158, 240 E. .... 178, 2D. 284 . 141. 153, 358. 159, 255 206, 285 ZTij’ 180, 240 255 255 269 135 " 153] 154, 240 J. .. 125, 255 285 Cleaves, Neil E, Cleveland, Glend Cleveland, Terry Cline, Robert R. Close, Dennis F. Cobb, Charles Cochran, Mary E. Cxkerhani, June J Cody, Connie E. Coen, Jo Carol Coecber, Carmen C CofFeen, Dean A, Coffey. Roger D. Coffin. Allene Cole, Arthur C Cole. Arthur T. Cole. Dale K. Cole, Kenneth R, Cole, Thomas O Coles. Jerry L Colglaaicr. Ronald E. COLLEGIAN CHORALE Collins, Johnnie L. Collins, Karen Collins, Terry Sig Cqmeau. Ferry J. Conam, Charles D. _. r J Conard, Carmen S. . Conard, Charlotte 1 151, Conard, John W. , Conard, Jud iih M. . Conard, Norman H. Conard, Susan K. CONCERT CHOIR Condra, Gerald D. Coodra. jimmy G, . Conklin, Christopher .... 36, Conklin. Kenneth E 125, Conn, Martha J. „ 140, Constable. Steve K Converse. Betty K. .132, 358, 211 135. 255, 220 . 206 . 206 , ' Til ' 125, 143, 206 , Cony ic. Constance M. .. Cook, David L. ... Cook, Nancy M Cook, Wanda L. Cooley, Bonnie J Coo fey. Sidney A Cooper. David M Cooper, Elizabeth A. Cooper, Gary R- ■ ■ 94, Cooper. Helen M Cooper, Mex A . Cooper. Reti W, Copeland, Joseph W, . Copp, Mary J- Cop pock, Saundra K. . Corder, C ra jg D. ........... Cordcr, Slichael A. . ■Cord ill, Anita J Cordill, Donald £ Cordry. Richard D. Cotropia. Marsha L. . Cotton, Michael D. Coulson. James D. . . Countryman. David E. ... Coup. Curtis D. Coupal, Mona R. CousJand, Craig R. Coval. Lester W Covey, Forrest W, , . Cowan. Vernon D Cowan. Vernon E. Cox. Cheryl F. Cox, Larry G Crabbs, John D. Crabbs. Karen A. 186. 131, 127, 91. 194 179 ' 149, 192, 196 , 215, 186, 186 , 138, 3 , 202 , 218 , 211 , 194, 185, 218. 215, 183 285 241 285 158 255 2S5 255 241 285 285 1 59, 269 185 241 218 , 196 196 , 206 204 Cunningham, Gerald - 91, Cunningham, Marianne 158, 215 Currier, Georgianna 211, Curtis. Janice K 137, 151. Cuslck, Connie L, 126, 1 66. 211 , 212 , CUSTER HALL Cutright, Mary L, . Cyr, Gail A. 158, 159. 196, 285 177, , 285 269 211, 269 186. 211 213 269 256 D 269 31 6 269 285 240 269 159 103 179 Daise, Gerald W 218, Daise, Ronald M. 133. Dale, Owen E 196, Dale, Richard H. DAMES CLUB Daniel, Martha J, 34, J6. 166, 168. 192, 215 Daniel, Robert L. , Daniels, Sharon J 156, 192, Danielson, Linda R - — Dinner, Jean K. . 151, 215, Damsel, Rhonda J 137, 151. 206, Darst. Ronald I. . .71, 183, 194, Dauner, John P David, Janice M. ... 211, David son, Dale A, Davidson. Eleanor T. Davidson, William A 218, Davis, Cecil G 178, Davis, Darrell E, Davis, Dona 165, 269 Davis, Garv J,. . 285 Davis. James T. 285 Davis, janis L, .. 132, 25 5 Davis, johnny T. 183. 255 Davis. Lewis E. Davis. Marvin O Davis, Rex E Davis, Rotter C Dawes, Marilyn J. Dawdy. William K, Day, Marvin E, Deal, Fredrick R, Dean, Gary L. Dean, Shirley R, Dcardorff, Merle C, . Deason, James A Dea Erich, Geneva J. ..... DEBATE Debts, Mary A. , Debey, Jimmy D. Dechant. Carol S. Dechant, Jerald F Dechant. Marietta ..... Deewall, Morris P. .... 56, . 18 , 202 . 204, 185, 215, 150. 206 , 211 131, 158, Deforest, Elbert L, 89, 183, Degarmo. Larry R. ,. 2 18, Degarmo. Rodger C, . 150. Dcgcer, Katharine A. 185, Deges. Virgil L, Deities, Janet L. ... 141, 158, 215, Domes, Robert M, Deines, William F. Delaney. Robert R Delay, Marian (Mimi) i6 , Delbarco, Renan .... .... Dellinger, Hal D 154, DELTA SIGMA PHI . . 196 DELTA TAU ALPHA DELTA ZETA 3 88, Demay. Kathy J, .. . 30, Demel, Geiald F, 147. 167, Demmitt, ' Vicki G, 143, 190, 285 256 285 2 56 173 114, . 285 256 256 256 285 269 269 241 285 200 128 285 256 139 285 241 2 56 285 269 269 2 56 256 256 269 285 256 269 256 243 285 256 285 162 285 285 285 285 269 159, 269 2 18 , 285 285 269 256 2 56 285 256 269 269 269 144 256 197 139 189 241 241 241 Dempsev, jams E. . . 129, 130. 137, H 151. 241 Dempsey, John R. — ......... 220, 270 Dempsey, Wayne R 204, 220, 285 Denham, Marilyn S 183, 241 Denk, Annette L 159, 215, 270 Denning, Dean P. • 24 1 Denning, Lajry W. 285 Denning, Russell A 270 Dennis, David T 220, 285 Denny, Charles A 204, 270 Depe, Janet L. 190, 215, 286 Depperschmidt, Ken 200. 256 Deppcrschmidt, Keith 286 Desaire. Lawrence J 270 DESERET CLUB 181 Deutsch, Duane L. . 180, 270 Dcutschcr, Steven J 286 Devore, Tebdore R 204, 270 Deyoe, Eddie L. 286 Dible, Julia J 215, 270 Dicke, Marilyn Rae 151 Dieckhoff, Kenneth J,. 138, 241 Diecfchoff, Wanda M 241 Dietz. Dennis A. 125. 177, 186, 256 Dietz. Diana K. . 106, 180, 215. 286 Dfngcs. William. D. 286 Dinkel, Darrell F 286 Dinkel, Gary P. .. 286 Dinkel. Man-in J. 150, 213, 256 Dinkel, Patricia A 286 Dinkel, Ralph A. 241 Dipman, Dedria A, 14 1, 215. 270 Dirks, Brenda S 286 Dirks, John M 286 Dirks, Sandra S, ...... 24. 192, 241 DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Dixon, Larry- D. 129, 146. Dixon. Sharon £. 206, Dizmang, Gloria A. . 130, 156, 98, 204, Doan, Jo Ann Doane, W. Brent .... Dodge, Darrell G. . Dodson, Donald W, Doerfler. Gerald W. Doerflcr, Joanne J, Doerfler, Judith A, Dole)-, Edna . 130, 140, Dolezal, Joe F 135, 158, DolezaJ, Sue . 132. Donahey, Lorene L 133. Donahey, Linda I. . 133, Don art, Jolene K 151, E oner, Kaye Donovan, Michael L Donto. Ahmadullah Don nan, Barbara A Dortland. Kathalie A. . Dory. Janet L, 138, Downs, Michael K Doyel. Cleatus W, 81. 82, Drach, Judeen C- Drich, W. Tcarcl Drake, Sheryt L Draper, Gary G. Drees, Larry J Dreher. Eddie C. Dreher, Marion F. Drehlc, Carma L. Dreiling, Gerald G. Drciling, Joanne 89, 180, 213 44, I Dreiling, Kathleen A Dreiling, Kenneth F, . . 55, 71, 72, 139, 150, Drciling. Larry F. ... . Dreiling. Leslie A. Dreiling, Shirley A, .. 159, 206, Drespher, Charlotte Ann .. .. 215, 183 241 270 192 . 241 256 270 256 241 241 256 2 56 241 241 155 2 o 286 27(3 270 256 270 286 270 256 2 56 2 56 2 56 286 256 270 206 286 286 270 286 187, 286 286 75. 241 71 140 286 286 C rah tree, Jacquelyn Crabtrey, Marilyn S. .... Craig, Donald L Cramer. Carolyn S, Crane. Jerry N, Crane, Roberta S. Craven. Richard L. Creamer, Larry G. Creighton. Robert J, Cress, Joe W. Cress, Linda J. Crider, Paul E, Crissman, Robert Crist, Judith J Crist, Pamela K. . Crist, Teddy P. Crocker. Larry D. Cromwell, Carolyn K. Cross, Thomas j, . Crouch. Connie L. Crow, Terry- L, Cruse, Sheryl J. Culver, Stephen L. Cummins, Sandra K Cummins. W. Jean Cunningham, Gary B. Droegcmeir, Howard Droste, Bernard F. Droste, Karen K Drussd, Gary R, Dubois. Leo j, Dudrey, David L 135, Duer, Wayne C, . 140. Duff. John D 125, Duibman, Cheryl A. Dumler, Steve W. Duncan, Sharon L. Durigan, Mary Dungan. Norman M Dunham, Joseph E 205. Dunkel, Joyce V. 147, 207 Dunkel, Maureen K. Dunlap, Marvin D. . Dunning, I-eon R Dupont, Judith Ann . Durall, Michael D. Duran. Richard Dutcber, Robert M. Dutt, Owen D. Dutton. Marilyn K. .. Dykes, Nancy L. Dykstra, Harold R. 270 143. 241 215, 270 241 165, 270 155, 220. 286 148, 241 126, 171. 220, 256 180 220. 286 151, 256 3 83 . 137 T 183 256, 320 169, 256. 3io 206, 286 241 256 151, 256 286 133, 286 44 103 256 256 1 50, 241 Earley-, Roger A, 148, 196, 2 56 Eaton, Alvin L 270 Eaton, Linda Overton 131, ill, 158, 247 Eaton. Charles R .. 130, 270 Ebsugh, Harry E 183, 256 Ebbert. Charles C 237 Eberhart, David G. , 2$6 Ecdeston. Fransiska 270 EckJcs. William C , 286 Eckman. Robert A 183 Eden, Deverc R 286 Edgmon. Johnnie D. 91, 286 Edmonston. H. Myron 165, 2 56 Edwards, Betha K. 173. 2 57 Edwards, Donna E. 179, 215, 286 Edwards, Luke P. 257 Edwards, Verl in L. . 146, 24 1 Ehrlich, Darrell F. 81, 270 Eickbush, Ruth E 31, 186, 286 Eilers. Charlotte R 133, 286 Eilers, Gloria J l65, 215, 286 Ei Irich, Sharon R 133. 141, 153, 158, 180, 190, 270 Einsel . Rodney R 200, 270 Eisenhour, Jim D 49, 71 Elliott, Bud 196, 257 Elliott, Robert D. 242 Elliott, Sandra K, 257 Elliott, Steven B 149, 242 Ellis, Marcia R- ... 215, 286 Ellis, Richard W 135. 153, 257 Ellis. Robert W 242 Elsasser. Douglas C 270 Elsea, Mary L, 257 Ely, Lynn A, 2l5, 286 Emerson, Danny A, . 218, 286 Emerson, Michael L. 286 Emigh, Elizabeth A, 257 Endacott, Susan C 2 15, 270 Engel, Douglas A. 257 Engel, Manta S. 129 130, 145, „ 242 England, Danny G, . 205. 220, 286 Engle, Clark S. ........ 71, 74, 98 131 149, 194, 242 Engle, John E 197, 218, 286 Engle, Maribetb 183. 215, 256 Engleman, Pamela A. . . 2D 270 .... . 242 143. 165 153, 270 • 139 143, 145, 286 206, 286 242 197, 286 . 60, 71, 194, 270 205. 270 218. 286 18, 286 71, 202, 218, 286 ETA RHO EPSILON do Eulert, Gene K. 7 Evan. Anita J. 2-U Evans, Jeannette M r l-ti. D3 15S, 177, 215, 286 Evans. Lmda V. Evins, Calvert L. 207, 220, 286 Ewing, Glen M , 57 Facklam, Donald D, . .. 178. 218, 286 Eager, Becky J, .. .. 215. 286 fagerquist, Lois 45. 140, 165, 21 5 r _ 287 Faimon, Gary L. . g7 Pal], Vernon W. . 37 Farmer. Lila E . ... ‘ Farney. John P. 37 Farr, Marion D„ 57 Fast. Marjorie A, 133, 213, 287 Engstrom. Frank W. Ensel, Rodney Eppinger. David R. EPSILON PI TAU Erbert, Judith A Erickson, Bronwen M. Erickson, Delbert L, Erickson, Eric M. Erickson. James L Erickson. Rex A. Erwin, Phillip V, Erwin. Richard B. Estes. Maynatd L. 344 Fluids, Hazel L. Faulkner, A nice M. Faulkner, Barbara E. Fawcett. James P. Fehrenbach. Gerry M, Fehrenbacher, Francis Feist, James L. Feldman. Deanna L. Fcldkamn, Bruce R. Fcldt, William B, Fellers, Patricia C. Feltes. Allan J. Fenwick. Larry D. Fenwick, Lynda F. Fickcn, John. L- Fielder, Jennifer L. Filbert, IUj.0 ' 1 W. . Finder. Robert J. . . Fink, [on B. Finkenbinder. Dueward Finley, Kay A. Fischer, Kathleen O, Fischer, Zdd.i R. Fisch!:. Ronald D. 133. Fiser. Larry K. Fisher, Gene L, Fisher. Harvey L, Fisher, Ruth E. F itinera Id, Cheryl D. Fitzgibbons, Peter P- F taller, Charlene L. Flair, Beth E. Flake. Jackie R Flavin, James P. Flcckenstein , Sheri L. . FI ch arty. Lynn A. Fleming, Karen J, Flint. Larry L. Flummerfelt. James E. 134 200 1 65, 07, 177 183, Flummerfelt. Judy Fockc. Jeanette A. Foetgner, Ronald D, Folbrc, William E. Foley, David D, Folkerls, Karen Y. Folkerts, Wcndel L. Folmnsbce. Gary E. Fora n , K ev t n W . Fora □ , ftoiier E . Forbes, Francis D, Forbes, Shari S. Ford, Carrol L. . Ford, James E. Ford. Mary E. Ford, Nclda R. Ford, Susan E. Forgue. Donald R. FORT HAYS FURLOUGH FORT HAYS SINGERS Fossett. William Foster, William D r Foulk. Constance L. Fouquet, Ronna L, Fournier, Robert E, Fowler. Cathey Fox, Dayton A. Fox. James F. Fiahm, Kenneth L. Francis, Diana R, Franz, Celia A. Franz, Dennis L. Franz, Jerald C, Franz. Joel I Frazey, Lynn A . Frazey, Tim D, Freed, Douglass L, Freed, Gary L, Freed, Ronald L. Freeman, Karen F reema n It nda 1. . . FRENCH CLUB Frey, Jon G- Frieker, Shirley J, Frickey. Mary K. Frieden, Harold A. . Fntzemeiei, Charles Fritzemeier. Don I., Frobenius. Robert F. Fross, Gerald L. Frost, Rita C, Frown fetter, Mickey F ry , Don aid E . Frydenda.il, Gaylcne . Fryman. Dudley J. Fullert. Dale G. Fuller, J, C 71. 211 , 257 181, 257 2 IB 287 31. 2 7 2 h 242 211, 287 .... 2 7 182, 2(2 137 . . 270 - . 257 257 257 187, 287 242 2-12 242 287 l60. 27(1 2H7 . 287 147, 1645, 169, 283 257 218. 287 218. 287 215. 287 215, 287 153. 237 215, 287 . ... 257 257 218, 287 2D, 287 179, 270 134. 242 98, 270 139. 150, 232 173, 257 215, 287 . 257 287 1 54. 270 187. 270 158, 242 220. 287 242 ’. 287 237 2 12 287 205. 257 215 287 . . . . . 242 287 270 44. 45 45. 139 218 270 257 215. 287 215, 287 200, 287 192, 242 242 133, 24 2 133. 287 179, 2 42 136, 24 2 287 242 . . 270 . 202, 2 12 287 270 . . . 287 149. 242 242 206. 287 145 2 87 206. 287 . 270 218, 257 ... 242 287 270 270 211, 287 287 149, 242 270 194, 257 205 257 103 G Galileos, Carl D 287 GAMMA DELTA 180 Garden, Susan F, 17, 257 Gardiner. R. Thomas .. 200, 220, 287 Garetson. Beverly M. ....... 60 GarctSOn, JcSsc J 150, 287 Garner, Larry D. ... 150, 197, 242 Garrett, Doyle W 287 Garrett, Kay E 211, 270 Garrett, Sue A .. 17. 215, 287 GaschJcr, Clemens L 287 Gasper, Leroy L 287 Gates. James E 97, 287 Gay, Glenda J, 242 Gearhart, Jerry L. - 287 Geiger, Larry £, . 270 George, Kathlyn M, i-ti, 159. _ 192, 206. 287 Gerdes, Douglas R 153, 28 ' GERMAN CLUB .... 146 Gerntztn, Eugene W. ... . jso, 2 12 Gerstncr. Jude J. .81, 84, 85’ 242 Gcrstner, Mary Fran 287 Gerstncr, Robert W 270 Gerstncr, Timothy J. 357 Getty. Carlton A .... 287 Getty, Rosemary 211. 287 Getty ' , William H. 71, 1-19, 19 ( Geycr, Pamela K. 180. 257 Giebler, Wayne R 242 Giesc, Mark Lyle 94. 2 18, 287 Gicsler, B. Jean 257 Giess, L. Dwight [46. 236. 242 Gicss, Rodney A 2 IB, 288 Gilbert, Alvin R. 257 Gilbert, Clifford B 242 Gilbert. Harry D. 288 Gilbert, James C, 288 Gilbert. Marsha J 206. 288 Gilchrist, Karen D 141, 206, 270 Gilchrist, Janctt L 215. 280 Giles. Trudy L. .... 215. 288 Gillespie, Day le 168, 270 Gillespij. Dwight E. .... 98, 194. 242 Gilmore, Carolyn A, 129, 130, 131, 192. 243 Gilmore, Glora D 257 Gilmore, Virginia K, 1 46, 193, 288 Girard, Thomas C. 238 Gish. Daniel C 131, 135, 270 Givens, Donald R- 71, 81, 88. 103, 270 Glaze, Donald R. Glaze, Eldon W. Click, Donald W, Gluhb, Kenneth J. Goddard. Gloria A. 173, 257 143. 257 288 . 237 178. 206, 288 Goering, Vernon G 129, 130, 131, 135, 158, 213. 243 Goetz. Arthur E .. 271 Goetz, Sharon K 243 Gooch, G. Susan ... . 141. 158, 215, GoodeH, Harold W 89, 283 Goodman, Clyde L. . .. 58, 134. 139, Guo d win, J . D . d wi n . Kent L. 220, 243 220, 271 . . 288 243 .. . 288 . 288 143, 14-1. 211. 288 271 Good Gordon. Don B. Gorham. Charles N. Gossef, Carolyn K. . Gottschalk. Kim J 97, 133, 288 Gould, Leslie W 1 50, 2 57 Gould, Mary M. Gould. Nancy C, ... Grahbc. Patricia J, Graber. Forest D, Graf, Les R Graham, Jack E Graham. Jo Susan Grant, Patricia A. Gran, Del win Carl Gtau, James A. 288 Gaucrholz. Eldon H. . 127, 2 57 Graves, Billy K. 2 57 Graves. Roy D, . 91, 218, 27 1 Grecian , Jerry 103 Green, Shirley R. 129 Green way, Tom L. 218, 2 88 Greenwood, Georgia R, 243 Gregg. Eldon A. , 321 Gregg, Janet F. 211, 288 Gregory, Richard L. 271 Gr bben, Arthur L 158, 2 " l Gribbin, James H 243, 309 Griffin M, Joann Hi, 133, 155, 206, 243 Griffith, Charles L 213 Griffith, Jimmy R. 2 " 1 Griffith. Shirley Griffith, Elizabeth June Grigsby, Alan E Grim, Carolyn 5, . Gross, Dorothy A. Grossardt, Darlene F. Crosshans. Iona R. H Haiga, Carol J. .. 15 1, 213, 271 Haas, Anthony J. -■■ 89 Haas. James L. 271 Haas. James Lee -. 203, 271 Haas, Lorraine A. 288 Haas. Michael H- ... 257 Habcrmin. Donald R- 130, MfL Hachmeistcr. Judy L, .. 257 Haffner, Frances M, 243 Hafner, Howard A. 243 Hagaman, Slynda J. 151. 258 Hager, Richard A. 24 3 Hagcrman, Jon H, ISO. 2H Haggard, Linda E. 271 Haigh, Joyce R 215, 288 Hairfield, Harry W, 128 Hakimian. Farhad F, .. . 181 Hakimian. Farrokh 181 , 25B Halbgewaehs. Jerry D. . .. 258 Hale, Lucinda M. tl5 215, 27 L Hale, Roger Y . .243 Hall. Richard D, Hal lagin, Garry L 2RB Hallagin, Janice G, . 43 Hallagin, Jo Ardcs .... 211. 288 Hatlagm. Ronald C, 139, 258 Hallagin, Sandra L. 193. 258 Hallagin. Sheila G, 2-1, no, 130, 131, 177, 190, 211, 213 Halting. Patricia A. . ... 243 Ham, William H. 71, 76 Hamann, William E, 2 37 Hamblet, James L 258 Hamm an. Judith A. 106, Hn. 215, 2D Hammer, Deo is .5 8 Hammerschmidt, James .,. 288 Hampton. Edwin W. 139 150 173, 178, 258 Hand, Barbara S. , . T87, 2T5, 27 ( Hand, James H. ... [43, 280 Haciing. Deanna D. 1 59 Hansen. Jon D 288 Hansen, Lyman D. .... 250 Hansen, Mary M 215, 271 HanSnn, Edward C. 91. 19 J, 205, 27 i Harbaugh, Shirley S 215, 288 Harders. Charlotte . ... 180, 211. 288 Harder . Richard L. 2 50, 208 Harders. Ronald T. 159 Harding, Ranald K. .218, 288 Hardman, Deborah R, . 271 Hardman, J. Blaine 143, 25S Hardman, Patrick K, 271. 325 Harfmarm, Richard 143, 146. 27 ( Harkness. Clifford H, . 205, 2 58 Harlan. M. Vjcki 50 Harmon, Robert K. .... .271 Harms, Jack L. 78. 98, 99, 149. 258 79, 98, 180, 288 213 Harper, Duane F, Harris, David W. . Harris, Dennis E, 243 Hams. G. Duane 206, AJf 271 271 Harris, Marilyn j. Harris, Phil L 133, 218, 288 LI .1 rshba rger, E, Roy 160 243 271 Hart, Emery L. 71. Hart. Karen K. 178 183, 243 206. 288 243, 274 153. 154. 178, 243 197, 2 58 215, 288 243 258 288 243 173 288 127. 138, 207, 258 151, 190. 258 271 9, 98, 288 243 136. 257 197. 271 193, 257 288 215, 257 140, 149, 167, 206. 243 Gross ha ns, James A. 288 Grover. Patricia S .145 Grover, Peggy A. 145 Grub, Michael D 148. 243 Grubb, Harry M, ... 140, its, 2-13 Grumbein, Sondra 1,. 133, 211, 288 Guinn, Ronald K. 257 Gump. Donna M, l40. 206; 268 Gunther, Rex E. 208 Gustin, Larry F- 243 Guth, Constance K, 206, 238 Gutsch, Steve J, 220, 288 Cn:v. Shervl s. . 151, 215. ?88 Gwinn, Linda L. 206, 288 Henry, Douglas L. Henry, Songic L, , Herbig. Sandra Herdman. Terry L, Heel. Lana L. ' Herman. Alfreds M. Herman, Teresa bt. Herrick. Russell W. Herring, Donita K. Herrington, Nancy L, . Ilcrrman, Joyce C. Herron, Donald B, . Hersbey. William L. 1-lcrtel, Denis L. Hertel, Gerald J. Hertel, Kayieen A. Hertel, Robert C- Hcrzng, Maxine Hcskett. Jim Hess, O, Jamgs Heuhletn. Kathryn A, . Heuscr. Harold V, .. Hibberd. Jerry C Hi eke], Clifford A Hickman, Dianald D. Hickman, Larry D. Hickman. Maxwell K. Hicks, Gary F. Hiebcrt, David C. Higgason, Don T., . Higgins, Janice L. High , Anne £. Hildebrand. Darrel E, Hrldebrand. Thelma . Hildreth. F. jerry . HilgcrS. E : . Karl Hilgcrs. Jack E. HiB, Byron C. Hill , H. Earknt Hill Jeffrey A H1LLEL CLUB Hillman, Donna L. .. Milhnan. J.inda R. Hillman, Maureen .... Hillman, Robert L, . Hillman, Rose Mary Hilt. Helen J Hinncrgardt. Martha Hinnergardt. Roger N, Hinzman, John L. . Hirsh, Lorraine . . Hixon, Dcana D. . .. Hladek. Kenneth T,, Hlaus, Rosemary J. Hobbs, Clifford Hockersmith, Janice Hockett, Donnie R. 218 , 151, 206, 206 , . Ill, 211 , 206 , 1 19, 3 97, 151, 215, 71, 153. ... 71. 139, ... 143, .. 150, 161 , 215, 211 , 151. . . 125. 187, 216, 212 , • 134. 197, 7 1 ?. Hartman, Ralph M. Hartman, Vernon D, Harrzell. James A. Hartzell, Jo D. ... Harvanek, Richard Hasc. Kevin B. Hatch, J.anetta bf. Haugh. Larry I., . Havel. Lynn B. Hawkins, Jams A. 17. 215. 288 Hawley. Richard J. . . 145. 200. 258 Havden, Gaylcne J 211, 288 Hayden. J, Leo 24, 71. 74, 127, 207 Hayes, Dennis L 205, 2 8 Havdes, Michelle S 215, 288 Have Kul ' crt D. 271 Hayes, William M 271 Haynes, Thomas J 286 LI ays , Da vid M 7 1 Haysc, Georgiana 151, 206, 288 Hazlett, Jack J.. - 71 Hcarrell, Suzanne M L65, 206, 288 Heble, Joscna F 271 llcbrlee, Edward L, . 23, 258 Heckman, SharJa J 215. 208 Hedrick. Joe D 150, 165, 258 Hcffcl, Marvin G. 143, 288 Heidrick. W- r . Jerome 24 3 Hcier, Ima Let M0, 148 Heikcs, Ernesi E 243 Heikcs, Jeannette J. . 243 Heim, Carol S, .... 215, 289 Heim. James 271 Heimer, Nedra R. 211, 289 Hcinaer. Robert I. ..... 150, 218. 271 Hein. Jerome A 149, JHS. 24 Heinrich. Dclmar C 289 Hciny, John L . .. 153. 271 Heinz. Larry J 258 Heitschmidt, Mcrviti 194. 243 Heitschmidt. Rodney 89. 271 Heller, Jimmy L 289 Helmkamp, John D 218 Htmcl. Rikki D 200. 289 Hemken, Janice K. . 180, 211 Hemp, Ronald E. 250 Hcmpkr, Blake G. . 209 Kenage. Vickie G, 215, 289 Hendcrshot, Gary D — . 2 50 Henderson. Carol A. 1 53, 289 Henderson Merflce A, . ... I59 f 193, 215. 289 Hendrix, Beverly K, 258 Henncs, Joseph C. 289 Henningh, Barry 218, 258 Hendrickson, David J 289 Hodge. Ralph I . Hn ke, Rex E, Hodges, Donald L. Hudson. Leonard W. Hof fma n , Barbara Hoffman, Connie L. Hoffman. Gary D. Hoffman, Gerald L. Hoffman, Linda M. Hoffman, Pauline A- Hoffman, Richard E. Hoffman, Theodore J. Hoffman, Thomas j. Hogan, Margaret j. Holen, Ralph B, Holler, Harris R. Holmes, Garrv L. . . Holopirck, Md D. . Holopirek, Rick D, Holstein, Alfred H. 216, 45. 97. 210 148, 205, 140. 151. 296 149. 197, ... 140. 180. Holt, Carolyn S 18?. Holt, Veda K. ..193, Hoi burg, Allaire T 135. MS, HOME ECONOMICS CHAPTER Homewood, Benton W. Hong, Ed: ward N. M4, Honomichl. Larry L. l40. Hoover. Ronald D. 140. 146, Hoppas, Jean . .. 141, 15 3, 212, Horrnek, Ronald L- Horne, Ronald G 20O, Horner, Charles K. Horning, Laura A 212, Hosie, Darrel D. . . 171. 197, Hoss. Janet j 193, Hottman, R. Eugene 128, 131, 168 Houser. Gail L. Houser, Lucille J 2 12, Howe, Barbara j ► 216 Howe h Dean R, ... Howe. Janet S. Howerton, Jack .. Howland, Philip L 170. 218, Hoyt, Robert G Ilrabe. I.arry R, . ... 143. Hubbard, Gary J. ... Hubbclt. Dcam G. 216, Huber. Carol J Huck, John C. . 220, Hudson, Myrna K. Hudson, Sue L. 166, 193. 216, Hudson, William C Huebncr, Dennis E. Huelsmann. James R, .. M6, Huffman, Donna Huglcy, Rodney D. Huitt, Linda K. Hull, Dorothy E 13L 140, Hull, Harry 258 243 289 271 289 258 289 271 289 289 289 238. 24 3 271 24 3 . 98 258 250 2R9 . 49 272 289 289 209 243 272 289 243 272 258 272 258 155 150 244 244 258 272 244 244 272 181 289 289 53 244 244 289 173 244 237 239 289 244 209 98 289 104 . 272 13S 272 289 289 258 239 244 244 272 289 214 289 272 149, 258 244 258 244 244 289 218. 272 258 272 258 151 . 272 1-18 258 253 273 M3 253 1 65 272 253 289 130, , 244 244 289 , 289 272 21 2 239 289 209 258 258 272 290 290 244 258 258 290 244 259 149 140 149. 244 244 345 Humble, Harland H. 244 Humble. Rita J. .. 140, 141. 216, 272 Humbug, Jack A. 148, 175. 197. 259 Humes, Peggy L, 716, 29n Huncker. Diane C, , 216 Hilfld, Edward j 272 Hunky, Rodney D — ... 2L8, 290 Hunter, Dime S. ....... 134, 177, 2-14 Hunter, GJadis | ....... 290 Hunter, Tonia J. 212. 390 Hupfer, Dennis D — - .. . 91 Hurlahc. Grice M 187, 212, 90 Hurley, Kenneth L. . — - 290 Hussey, Merlin C 2 IS. 290 Hutton, Max A 272 Hutton, listel G 272 Huxman, Vada J 143. 212, 290 Hwang, Johnson — 145 I bnnirti, Mary K. 193. 212. 272 It land, Kent L 290 Ihrig. Charles A - 244 Imel, Jeanette R 216, 290 IMPROMPTWOS 40. 41, 156, 157 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 150 fngersoll, David L - 207. 272 Ingram. Cheryl A, .. 206, 272 Innes, Rodney, L. 272 INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL 127 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 144 INTER- HALI. COUNCIL .., ... 126 loerger, Phyllis R. 207, 290 Irby, Leo S. . 220, 290 Irvin, Cheryl F. . ... 150, 207. 2?2 Irvin, Reggie L r 272 Irvin, Vicky N. ... . 137. 151, 207. 2 59 Hern, David J 100. 272 Js-crnhageo, Richard L 91. 93 Isom. Alpha Jean 170. 207. 290 Ittner, Dwight R. 244 J Jack . Alan W 259 Jacks, Donita L. , 212, 290 Jacka, Wanita D. , 212, 290 Jackson, jimmy A. , 290 Jackson, Lorraine 168, 259 Jackson, Priscilla . — ,.. T -„, 137, 259 Jacob. Philip C. - 149, 244 Jacobs, Cynthia 5 290 Jacobs, Thnmas C 290 Jamison. Ronald E _... 272 Jamison. Sonji I. 244 Janke, Margaret $ 207, 290 Janne, Shirley 212. 272, 290 Jantz, Jack W. 259 Jarvis. Richard D. , 259 Jeffery. Wilda V, . 212. 290 Jeffries. Jerry R, . 139, 150, 165, 24-1 Jcffus, Allen W 244 Jenisch. Lawrence J. ... 139. 150 Jennings, Cheryl 1 G, 216, 290 Jennings, Ken W. . 173, 197, 259 Jennings, Linda L 140, 165. 16. 272 Jennings, Nora L 207, 290 Jennison, Paul 259 Jensen, Jolene K, 151, 207. 290 Jensen, Lester C 205, 290 Jensen, I.inda J. 207, 272 Jensen, Ronald J, . .. 244 Jemmk, Carola A. 212, 29o Jimerfedd, Thomas B. . 170, 2l9. 244 jaerg, Warren D 290 Johannes. Lowell R, 150, 244 Johnson. Andrew ' B 1 16, 150 Johnson, Cecil D 70, 79, 90. 194, 272 Johnson, Charles P, ...... 219, 290 Johnson, Daniel H 219 Johnson, Danny L 290 Johnson, Eddie . 94, 205, 259 Johnson, Gar W 143, 146. 244 Johnson, Jack L. 71, 75 Johnson, James C. 149, 2-1 4 Johnson, Joan L. 137, 259 Johnson, June L t 290 Johnson. Kay L. 207, 290 Johnson, Leigh E 29D Johnson. Linda M 173, 2l6, 290 Johnson, Raymon L 237 Johnson, Robert G 70, 71 77 98, 194 Johnson, Terry D, 290 Johnson, Wilfred C. 2 59 Johnson, Victor D 244 Johnson, Wilfred C 259 Janes, David L 55. 71. 72, 75. 1 07, 139, 150. 194, 244 Jones, Janice F. 115. 197, 216, 272 janes. Jay 272 Jones. Joan ..... 143 Jones. John D, 244 Jones, John H, 272 Jnncs. Larry C. 219, 290 Jones, Larry L 18, 127, 24-1 Jones, Leroy B, . . 143. 1 46. 244 Jones. Leo M — 290 Jones, Marjory E, .- 207, 244 Jones. Myrna J 212, 296 Jones, Nancy K. 272 Jones, Rasa L. 137, 151, 272 Jones, Warren D 273 Jordan, C. Jane 2l6, 90, 520 JoSScrjnd, Letitia A 144. 212, 290 Joy. Janice L, • tjfV Joy. Robert L 24,4 Jungel, Carroll D, ... . . 259 Juno. Bernard E. 259 Juno, Carolyn A. 21 6, 272 Juno, Rita M I4f, 267. 272 Justyna. Ignacy J. .98. 290 K K CLUB 174 Kadel, Roger A 219, 290 Kadel, Stephan R 259 Kagarioe, Clydene G, 151, 259 Kahmever, Linda S. . L37. 151, 207. 272 Kaiser, Karen K 212, 272 KAPPA MU EPSILON l4o KAPPA OMICRON PHI 137 Karvan, Elvina I. 207 T 245 Karle. Carol L 36, 212. 290 Karlin. Bennct F 290 Karlin. Francis L. 291 Karlin, Jody A 259 Karlin, Patricia A. ..272 Kaser, Nancy L. rr ., 2i6, 272 Kassel man. Larry D. ...... . 272 Kastlc, Michael L, 291 Kats, Marianne G J32, 1 4 1 , 153. 216. 291 Katt, Ronald D 245 Katz, C. Jerry ' . 73. 90. 100. 245 Katz, Lyle 259 Kataernneicf, Ivan ISO. 272 Kaufman, Donald W. 134, 245 Kaufman. Gene A 219, 272 Kaufmann. Donna M. ..., 212. 291 Kaupp. Beverly J 273 Kay, George M. 40, 156, 245 Keeley, Patricia J. 135, 212, 259 Kerih. Josephine M„ 133. 151, 216, 291 Keller. Donald E 91, 92, 245 Keller. Jacqueline K. ... 21 6, 291 Keller, Jerry W 197, 273 Keller, Nadya - 130 Keller, Shirley D - .291 Keller, S. Darnell 49, 125, 132, 151. 207. 212, 291 Kelley, Thomas C. 3 59. 220. 290 Kellogg. Brooks L. 38. 127, 164, 205, 245 Kelly, Benny J 259 Kelly. Donald R 273 Kelly. Jean L 216. 291 Kelly. Terry M 200, 273 Kelly. John R, 219, 291 Kemp, William J, 219, 291 Kemper, Sharon V 125, 245 Kendall, Danny . . 291 Kennedy. Kano! L 212, 291 Kenney. Sharon L- ..., 291 Kent, Kenneth E. 219, 291 Kent, Lonnie 98 Kephait. Robert L 165, 273 Kepka, Dennis J. 259 Kepky, David L. . 273 Kern, Aldora J 216, 291 Kern, John D 291 Kesler, Karen A 216, 291 Ketchum, David E 245 Keyse. Thomas B. ¥ , ...... 245 Keyser, Larry D 139, 273 Keyset, Larry N 273 KFHS RADIO ... 165 Kilbnurne, J. Randall . ... 71, 1 97. 245 Kilbourne. Jan R. . . 273 Kilgore, Martha L 137, 151, 207, 273 Kinder, Ann L 259 Kindsvater, Tom A. 147, 168. 194, 259 King, Carroll W. 197 259 King, Dennis D, 245 King. Dixie A 127, 185, 259 King, Gregory D 71. 220. 291 King. Linda K 207. 291 King, Sandra E- 273 Kin Lund, Neal W 89. 194 Kinser. Jerry J. ... 207, 220. 273 Kipp. Gary D .... 29L Kippes, Eileen A 147, 187, 29 1 Kirchner, Martha J, 216, 291 Kirkbam, Dale R. 50. 130, 134, 139. 17 1 . 245 Kirkland. Ronald L. 291 Kisner, Gary J. 166 Kitchen, Kathleen S 207, 259 Kiaus, Larry J. - 291 Klein, (Diane R ...... 216, 291 Klein. Floyd E, .. 273 Klein, Ronald L. 273 Klew ' eno, Sharon M. • 212, 245 Kleymann. Ann L 212, 291 Kline, Carolyn R, 245 Kline, Cecil A, , 173 Klin man, Trylta M 151. 2 59 Klotz, Paul M 143, 144, ISO, 245 Klotz, Warren S ISO, 273 Kntfley. Carol F 237 Knight, James L. 291 Knitig, Kenneth R 273 Knoebcr, Margaret E. 291 Knoll, Mary J, . 291 Knoll. Roger D 245 Knoll, Terry J. 259 Kock, Kenton D, 259 Koehler, Cheryl A 59, 106. 140, 207, 259 Koehler, Dale J 291 Koetsch, David M 149. 259 Koehn, Arden M 220, 291 Koehn. Betty L, 207, 291 Koerner, Randolph L - .. 27 3 Koenrgsman, James J 219, 291 Koerner. Thomas L„ 29l Koerpcrich, Janice K 212, 273 Koerperich, Robert C 219, 291 Kaglet. Sharon K, . 165, 212, 291, Kohksch, Gary G 143, 203. 245 Kohls. Roll and R. - 273 Koirth, Etta A. 291 Kollman, Gary G. .. 291 Kollman, M. Leo 259 Kantem, Eugene F. 273 Koochel, Nancy A 2 12. 291 Kaons. Karen E 212, 291 Kootz, Lloyd H. 100 Korak, James M. 259 Korf, Joann C 153, 259 Korf, Lona 134 Koriel, Mary M. 151, 259 Korte. David G. 201, 220. 273 Kough, Ronald L 291 Kraft. Gerald L 291 Kraft. Leroy J. 260 Kraft, Minin J. 201, 260 Kraft, Peggy J 212, 291 Kraft. Richard R 140, 219, 260 Kralicek, Sharon K. 137, 140, 1 49. 151. 260 Krannawittcr, Chert 245 Kraus. Joseph E, 314 Kraus, Sandra 245 Kraus. Terrence J 245 Kraus, Vernon 150, 273 Kreft, Leonard N. . . _ 89, 29 1 Kreigbbaum. John S, 89, 291 Krehbicl. Gary A. . 219, 291 Kroeger, Ranald D 260 Krueger, Pamela 140, 187. 260 Kruse, Larry F, 147, 26u Kruse, Lawrence L. 92 Kruse. Merlin A 245 Kruse, Ronald M. .... 133, 180, 197, 273 Kruse, Terry L. 89, 292 Kuchn, Betty J 260 Kuehn, Seth W r 2 37 Kuhn, Elizabeth A. 140, 273 Kuhn Howard L 60 Kuhn, Myra D [5 3, 245 Kuhn, William D 245 Kuhn. William E . 146. 245 Kumbcrg. I. Laynne 14 1, 153. 216 273 Kyodrcd, Jacqueline A. 193, 292 Kunz. Robert A, 94, 29L Kurth, Janice S 207. 273 Kvasnicka, Roger K 73 KyrlakideS, Dinos 144, 260 L Labarge, Lawrence j, 45 J.abarge, Marvin E. 245 Labarge, William J. 2 i 5 Laird, Mike J 150. 292 Lake. David T. 273 Lakin, Donald N 78, 79. 98. 100, 194 Lamb. Stephen B. 260 LAMBDA IOTA TAU 137 I.amberd, Dennis S. 260 Lamnreu R- Elizabeth 151, 207, 273 Landes, A. Richard 144, 146, 148, 180, 237 Landis. Erryn E„ 292 Landis, Millard B - 273 Lang, Betty j - 273 Lang. Donald P. — 292 Lang, Rase A. 15 1, 260 Langley ' . Susan D. ,, T „ 216, 292 Lanum, W. George 197, 260 Laplant, Richard E. - . 273 Lareau, Monte W. ...... 273 La r rick, Janice L 178, 214, 216, 292 Larson. Carl A 260 Larson, Dean W 220, 292 Larson. Larry E - - .. 273 Larson, Larry R, 197.. 245 Larson, Stephen J 147, 164, 203 273 Larson, Stephen W 201, 245 Larue, Don W 292 Larue, Rosalie 134, 216, 260 Latas. Jeanette M. I46 r 260 Latas, Zoia M. ............ 260 Lattin, Bill J .... 292 Lathrop, Carmen L. 207, 292 Lau, Peter P, 144 Lauer. Cherel E 18 1 Laucr, Donald M 134, 181, 260 Laughlin, Gary D. ..... . , 134., 245 Lawrence, Kerry M. 260 Lawrence. Paul E r 150. 219. 292 Lawrence. Rebecca j. ... 130. 134, 245 Lawson, Patricia R 306 Layman. Frank W. 219, 292 LEADER 166, 167 Learning. Bobby L. 260 Leas, J. Michael 89, 260 Lebbm. Keith M 27 Lebbin. Linda S 292 Lcbsack, Richard R 45, 219, 260 Ledbetter, William C, l4o, 273 Lee. Richard F. 273 Lcgg, L. Diana 153, 273 Leg lei ter, Gregory J 260 Legteitcr, Walter J, ........ 260 Lehmann. David E „ . 260 Lehman, D. Eugene 165, 219, 292 Leichliter. Geneva 245 Leichliter, Luanna R. 273 Leighton, Larry E, 260 Lcikam. Rita M. 292 Leiket, Dennis W 146 Leikcr, Doris M. ........ 44, 112, 119. 193, 273 Lciker. Judy K 212, 273 Kciker, Kar] K. .... 245 Leiker. William J, . 260 Lei ter, Rubrrt J. 243 Leitncr, Eugene A 71, 219, 292 Lcitner, Ronald E, . 219, 292 Lenherr, Lawrence I 2 92 Leonard, Leo E - 273 Leopold, Mary E r .... 190, 216, 292 Lesseig, Nancy A 292 Lctsch, Linda D. 216, 292 Let hem, Beverly J. 292 Leuty, Constance A 24, 136, 19 273 Lewis, Mary L. 153 Lewis. Niki L 187. 238. 245 Lewis, Van B lft, 73 Libby, I eta K 143, 216. 260 Liebenau, Janet K 212, 292 Liebenau, Janice F 132. 212, 292 I-ictZ. Donna j 46 p 212, 296 LigJitle, Emma Irene 212, 292 Lille. Carol 260 Lillie, Ted W 60 Lindahl, Gary’ M 220, 260 Lind berg, Casandra 260 Lind berg, Howard W. 260 Lindberg, Ronald R 158, 159, 273 Lindholm, Karen L. 274 Lind holm, Va! L ... 92 Lindner, Nina L, . 179, 216, 292 Lindner, Terry L 219, 260 Lindquist, Jon C- 292 Lindsay, Gary W. 201, 220, 292 Linenberger, Marla J , 193. 245, 307 Linenberger, RoSella l4l, 158, 245 Lingle, Gary R 71 Lipp. M. Carol 24, 110, 125, 156, 194. 245 Lippold, Jerry L 171, 219, 292 Lippoldt, Patricia J 2l6, 260 346 LITTLE THEATER 161 Livingston, Mary L 151 274 Lloyd, Richard K 292 Lock, Ross A- 134. 237 Lockud, Carol 260 Locke, Cheryl E. .... 212, 292 Locke, Terryl A. .... .......... 89, 292 Locke, Marilyn L. ...... 292 Locke, Johnnie G 81, 83, 8.1, 83. 134, 26o Loesch, Jack A 143. 246 Loewen, Rudolph ,,, 2 19, 292 Logsdon, Karen K 2l6, 292 Lohrmtyer. Gerald E, .... 127, 197, 260 Lohrmeyer, Lois G. 212, 292 Long, Harry L ........... 219, 274 Long, James A. 38. 158, 159, 246 Long. James L. ........ 219, 274 Long, Saundra 212, 260 Longton, Pamela R, 216, 292 Loop, Larry L. 130. 1)1, 2 22. 246 Lorimor, Ronald J 274 Losey, Susan D, 132, 212, 292 Lott. Pamela A 133, 212. 292 Lovcnstcin. Charles 274 Lovin, Sandra L, „ — 260 Low, Kathryn E. 153, 1 87, 216. 292 Lowdermilk, Gayle A 207, 260 Lowrey, Max D. 153. 219 Lowry, Linda C- . 207. 292 Lozier, Robert E 246 Lucas. Ted W 97, l46, 147. 169, 173, 246 Luctters. Charles D. ............ ..... 274 Lundgren, Larry J, . — 292 I. undin, Jim L , 156 Lundin. Linda G 216, 292 LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION ISO Lyciak, Victor H 91. 93. 246 Lynch, Linda L 31. 156. 187, 260 Lynch. Ralph W. 260 Lynn. Vyrl D - ... 274 Macy. Harold E. 143, 147. m, 292 Macy, Warren Maddox, Jack L ............. . 246, 367 Maddox. Joy L. - 246 Mader, Patricia M. „„ ........ 292 Mader, Robert L 260 Maes, James C . 292 Magana. Janice M, 246 Magie, Claudia L 151. 216, 293 Magie, Clifford D. — - 274 Mahoney, Kathleen S. 193, 274 Mai, Allan K. 97 Mai, Daryl 1 293 Mai. Lee A. 166. 293 Mai, Walter A 260 Maier, Donald G, ...... 293 Mainquist, Robert J, . 274 Maiernik, Barbara j 216, 293 MAJORETTES 153 Makings. Gary D. ' 2 20, 26o Manderscheid, Va] D, . . 135 Mangels, Bill V - 219, 293 Mangus . Danny L. 293 Manns, Claudme R. .15 3. 246 Manry, Rcba M. ■■■-- 2l6, 293 Manteuffel, Walter 60, 146, 261 Mapes, Sue A 126. 216. 274 Marcotte, Judy A, 115+ 208. 293 Marcum, Crystal D. 145. 261 Maresch, Sharon K. . 208, 2 74 Marietta, Jari K. - - 212, 293 Marmic, David D. . 246 Marshall, Josephine 216, 293 Marshall. Lara G 274 Martin, Delbert W. ... 139, 246 Martin, Douglas J. ... — — 150, 293 Martin, Janice ............ 159 Martin, John D, 207. 246 Martin, Larry D, 219, 293 Martin, Nancy ..... — „ — - 274 Martin, N. J. (Tina) 22, B2. 144, 181 Martin. Richard A — — 274 Martin. Robert E ■■ ■■ 274. 316 Martin, William H, 165 Martinez, Richard R 2 19, 293 Marta, Robert H. 149. 246 MASCOM 147 Mask a, Gerald L. ........ 81. 86, 98 Mason, John A, 98, 99, 293 MATH CLUB ...„ 148 Malheur, Jerry D. 293 Matson, James E. 237 Matter, Paul M 261 Mauch, Gordon G. 71, 75, 159, 165. 194, 246 .... 121 , 216 , Maurath, Alvin S. ... Maurath, Deatta M. .......... Maurath, Clement J 148, 197, Maurath, Francene 151, Maxwell, John R 220, May, Barbara L- - May, Sa m mye J 133, 145, 169, Mayfield. Larry R May hew. Roger H _ 201, Mayo, Margaret A. . 143, McAdoo, Leslie N 178, McAdoo, William H McAllister, Dwight D, McAtce, Patrick J. 97, McBride, Mary M 216, McCabe, Roger L McCain, Conrad L. MeCandless, William D. .. McCarthy, Carol F- „ - McCartney, Carolyn K, .. 136, 158, McCarty, Connie L. 106, 216, McChristy. iTayle L. ... McChristy, Dema G McChristy, Neale R McClain, Lola B, McClaren, June McClarcn, Julie K. McClelland, Larry W. McClure, Jeanette R. ... 216, McClure; Wanda L McColty, Roma L 133+ 190. McConnell. M. Denise l40, McCormick, Candis C ... ■■■ 173. McCormick, Stephen M. . ., 136, McCoy, David R. 165. MeCue, Linus L. .185. McCunc. Allen D, McDonald, Nancy C McElroy, Donald W. 31. McEnterfer, Sheila C 216, McFadden, Cheryl A. .. 21 6, McFarland, Gary J, -.+ 127, McFarland Gloria J 129, 156, 193, 194, McGaughcy, Donald D 173, McGawran, C. Ray 81, McGavran, Fred L. — - .... 201, McGayrid, Thomas D. ... McGRATH HALL 2iS, McHenry, l.inda G. , . MO, 207, McIntyre. Marion S, - Mclver, Linda ------ Mclver, Lynne E, .■;■ ■■■■ Mdver, Walter R. . — McKee, Linda A. 129. 138. McKinley, Sharon E 210, McKinney, Robert E. — - 150. McKown, Ronnie j, — McLain, Thomas R, 45, 150, . 187, 274 McLean, Christina F, McLeland, Joe D, — - ■ McLcland, Larry L, McMains, Joyce E L36, 162, kMastcf, Gretchen A IcMillan, Ramona A, - IcMillen, Douglas K ■ 197 IcMJNDES HALL ... .. 214. 215. McMullen. Donald J, - - McNitt, Mary E - 2 293 246 246 26 1 293 246 147, 274 274 261 246 274 293 293 160 293 165 293 274 293 261 261 274 261 274 246 246 293 246 293 181 212 . 293 274 274 207, 246 246 246 26l 261 246 293 261 261 131, , 246 293 246 274 293 219 293 138 160 274 246 216 , 261 274 246 274 219. 274 332 293 246 216 , 261 . 153 . 246 , 293 216, 217 293 293 McNown. Dennis D. 274 McWhirter. Danis G. ... 216, 261 McWhirtcr, J. Gail „., 210. 93 Mead. Audry A. „ 153, 216, 293 Mead, Joyce L ... . 293 Mead, William D, 261 Meats, David L 220, 293 Meckenstock. David L 173, 197, 274 Mcckfessel, Donald L 159, 274 Meek f esse J, Eldon E 274 Meckfessel, Mary A, ... 129. 246 Mcdskcr, Jolcne L. . ... . 261 Meek, Palmer F, . . 131, 133, 177, 219, 275 Meene. Lynn E 197, 275 Meerian. Leroy F. . 165, 293 Meier. Dean W 246 Meitl , Mary K 246 Melrose, Wendell H, 261 Melton, Avonne M. 166, 2i0, 275 Melton, Jerry J ,, 1J1, 246 Melton, Joseph D 275 Melton, William L. . .. 139, 156, 2 37 Mendenhall, Arnold G, 261 MEN S GLEE CLUB 157 MEN S PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB 149 Meredith, Danny L, 165, 219, 293 Meredith, Janice R 216, 293 Merklein, Gary A 135, 153. 154, 155, 261 Mentiis, Bernie J. 26 1 Mcrmis. Clarence J , 261, Mermis, Ronald F 275 Mermis, Stephen J. . 173, 219, 293 Merrifeld, Gary L, 246 Merrill, Dan R 45. 27 5 Mersch, Jack D. 246 Mcrydith, Brent W 261, 320 Mcssmore, Roy H. 293 Metcalf, Sondra S 246 Metz, Susan L, 75 Meyer, Carl J 261 Meyer, Carolyn bf, . 216, 293 Meyer, Donald C, . . . 275 Meyers, Richard W, 293 Meyers. Terry F. 261 Micbaclis, Dennis J 293 Michaelis. Jerry G -,»++■ 40, 156, 247 Michael is, Larry D 125, 139. 150. 219, 261 Michaelis, Wilma D, Michel, Linda L. . Mick, David L. .... .. Mickey, Darrell L. MighclJ, Patricia " A, . Mites. Helen M 149, 212, 295 .. . 210, 793 221, 275 275 293 261 140, Miller. Carol J. Miller, Carol L. Miller, J. Elaine . Miller, Linda Miller, Loretta A. Miller, Lynn K. Miller, Terry D. Miller, Tim J. Milton, I.avern Mills, Bill L. Mills, Karen K. Mills, Karen K. Mills, Ricky L. Mills, Steven K, Mind tup, Gerald Mines, Mitchell, Candy Mitten. Rnndy M iz e 1 1 . Phyllis Moberly, Bob . . Moffett, Roger 216. M) 293 261 146, 197, 261 . 141. 155, 158, 247 .... 127, 158, 159, 261 180, 216, 275 45. 219, 275 216, 293 261 153, 155, 197, 275 .. 18. 203, 29) 149, 210, 294 246 275 221, 294 ... 126, 178, 2 12 r 275 t 153. 155. 190. 212, 294 J 148, 247 275 15!, 275 t . ...... 214. 216, 294 148, 247 275 159 261 216. 294 216. 294 181. 275 146, 247 F, . 26t L 89. 221, 294 L 210, 294 D. . ....... 219, 294 C 187 , 275 ... 147. 169. 275 1. 212. 294 L, .... 210, 275, 306 91 " c " ... l6o E 261 lita K. 179, 212, 275 Mollhigen. Tony R. 24 Moman, H, Kaye 216, 275 Montgomery, James E, 294 Montgomery, Janet L, 151, 26i Montgomery ' , Lindon C. 205. 247, 314 Montgomery, Richard R, N6, 247 Monty. Paul L, 71, 194 Moon, Betty L, 179, 210. 294 Moore, Gerald E. 294 Moore, Michael W„ 2-75 Moore. Mildred L, 247 Moore, Rodney L. 247 Morel, Ronnie D 71, 72. 73, 76. 98 Morey, Carol A 261 Morlord. James R 15), 178. 294 Morgan. Alta A 179, 210, 294 Morgan, Edward H, 247 Morgan. Frances j 26 1 Morgan. Marla M. .... 23, 147, 166, 261 Morgan, Max A. 275 Morrell, Patti 153 Morrill. Larry ' M. 294 Morris, Carole A. 294 Morris, Douglas L. 275 Morris, Drexyel, J. 26 1 Morse, Edward A. . 275 Morton, James L. 197, 221, 294 Morton, Marilyn L. 151 . 216, 294 Moser, Joel C. 294 Moser, Michael J 294 Moser, Donald I. ... 2 1 Moser, Sheila G 151, 261 Most, jeanine K 179. 210, 29a Mothes, Jim G, 219, 294 Motzkus, Linda R. 2l6, 294 Motzner. Alenc ... 247 Mowry. Janice L. 212. 294 Moyer, Lairen H, 201, 275 Muci, John B 247 Mulder, Gary E 247 Mull, L Diane 21 6, 275 Mullen, James 135. 153. 275 Mullenix, Kathy L, 216. 291 Mdlenix, Kerry L 216. 294 Munden, Jeanette S, 2 16, 294 Munk. Mary T 156. 182. 247 Munset, Leroy W . . 173, 201. 261 Murphy, Bill W 165+ 26t Murphy, David - M. . 150. 261 Murphy, Janice r 261 Murphy ' . Jo Anne 126, 132, 136, 144. l62, 216, 294 Murphy, John R 294 Murphy, Joseph A. .261 Murphy, Judson £. 261 Murphy, Lonnie D. 261 Murphy, Melvin M. , 150, 262 Murphy. Ronnie D. 275 Murphy, Thomas J. 173, 2 39, 294 Musselman, Kirk P. 143. 275 Mustoe, Judvanne 133, 216, 275 Myers. Charles A. 194. 207. 219. 294 Myers, Dale G 165, 264 Myers, Martin ... — ... - 219 294 Myers, Pamela S, . 187, 216. 275 Myers. Phillip L, 194 Myers, Thomas M, . — 294 N Nakadomari. HisamEtsu 144, 148 Naylor, Terry ' E, 247 Neal, William I, 133, 221, 294 Ned row r , Kathryn R, 262 Necdels, Marian E, 24. Neclly, Ann L. 247 Neely. Don C. 247 Neff, Judy A. 216, 294 Nelson, Andrew O- U6, 201, 262 Nelson, Barbara F. 144, 3 8). 191, 216, 294 Nelson. Janet L, 38. 131. Ill, 158, 159, 187, 262 Nelson, Jerome A. 262 Nelson, Martha L. 115. 216, 294 NeLson, Mary Sue 173, 260 Nelson. Michael E. 154. 143, 219, 247 Nelson Vicki L. 2 m. 291 Nemechck, William J, 294 Newcomer. Sandra D. T9), 275 Newell, Bernard F 275 Newell, Dale L. - 275 Newell. Donald L ■ ■■ 275 Newell, Leroy 2 ?3 347 NEWMAN CLUB ... 182 Newsom, Robert S. . . 98, 100. 294 Neyer. Terry L, . - 294 Nichol, Raleigh B 26 Nicholas, William L. 139, 150 r 219, 247 Nichols, David C. . 2 52 Nichols, Duane L 139 150. 2 47 Nichols, Kendall E 2-17 Nicholson Robert A. .... 2 62 Nickerson, Delonna S. 216, 294 Nielsen, Linda K 217, 275 Nieman, Judy K 247 Nieman, Laurence N 262 Niles. Kent E 139. l$ 4. 247 Niles. Kobe; K. 71, 194, 29-5 NitJ, Susan D 19 . 217. 294 Nix, Richard W. 160 Nodinc, Loren D r 221. 275 Noel. Francis P 139. 150. 262 Noel. Miry .... Ml, 159, 262 Noffsinger, Ijrrr D. 71, 105, 194, 262 Nokes, Jimmy W, 295 Noland. A. Kent M4, 145, 173. 262 Nnllette, Joyce A 275 Nollctte, Ken W. 159, 150. 262 Harden, Donna J - 295 Nordman. Ralph F. . .. 150, 247 Norman, D, Sue . 151, 217, 275 Novotny, Will B, 217, 262 Nowak, Jerry A. 295 Noyce, William A. 207, 295 NURSES CLUB .... 151 Nusbauir.. Diane M. 152, 217, 295 Nuss. Mon tv 275 Nuss, Roland E. 221, 275 Nuss, Patsy A 295 Nusse, Judith A, 138 Nuttle, Jon D. 247 O Oberzan. Joseph M. ■ 71, 2-»7 Oberg, Janes E 219, 95 ObtcncSy Larry L. 165 Obornv. jean J 3 2 5, 126, 13C 133, 136, 140, 182 ' . 219. , 262 Oborny, Larry S 275 Obrien, Stanley j, .. £27 . 203, 247 Ochs. James L 165, 247 Ochs. Jonna j 210, 262 Ochs, Robert D 125 . 131, , 247 Oetken, Rita I . 46, 12. 275 Offncr, Betty M. 212. 295 Ogburn, Keith D. 127, 159 171 , 197, , 273 Ogrady. Karon K 212, 262 Ohlemeier. Linda M. 18. 127, 134, 156, 19£ , 262, , 309 Ohmes, Ramona T . 216. 275 Ohnmacht. Judith A. . . . 137, 247 Okeson, I ona]d T. 89, 221. 295 Oldham, jack L. 293 Oliver, Ronald. L 26 Oljvcrj’us, Maynard F, 247 Oiler, Dennis j 150, 295 Olmstead, Sherry j. 295 O ' Lough l in, Shirley M 247 Olson, Candy 1 158, 210, 295 Olson, Galen W 158, 219, 295 Olson, Larry K 247 Olson, Margaret A, . . 137. 212. 247 Olson, Nione D. . .. 156, 191, 247 Olson. Norman L 295 O’Neill, David J 219. 295 Opdycke, Douglas D, 71, 73, ' 76 . 194, 295 Oglioget, Carolyn bf. 16, 262 QRCHE5IS 41, 59. 163 ORCHESTRA 155 Orcbaugb, William D. 275 Organ, Daryl L. ... 247 Orth, Robert G. 26 Osborn, Robert V. t 43, 153, 219, 275 Osborne, Phfllip C. 262 Osthoff, Peggy A. . . 153, 155. 1 58, 165 , 210, 275 Ostrander. M, Susan 276 Otis, James F. 45, 146, 247 O ' Toole, Peggv j. . 262 O ' Toole. Sharon M, 262 Overmiller, Mariqn P. 262 P Packard. Terry F 249 Page. Michael 262 Pahls. Richard J, — 262 Falmberg, J. Eldon 44, 1.27, 262 Parmer. Ava D 143, 249 Palmer. Roger L, - 276 Palmer. Tom C, 262 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 127 Pankow, Toni a C 179, 217, 262 Panyik, Richard L, 207, 262 Papes. Janet A 212, 295 Parish, Arlyn J 1 8 Parker, Robin A. 35. 133. 140, M7, 155, 169, 217, 276 Parker. William D. 276 Parks, Gary L. 262 Parnell, Michael R 221. 295 Parrioti , Gerald L 2 57 Parsons, Gary ' D. 248 Parson. Kay A 217, 295 Partin. Bonnie C 1 l4 r 187, 194. 262, 311 Partridge. Robert E. 219, 262 Patel, H. B 249 Patel. M, jM 144 Patel, Shanri 262 Patterson, Fred D, 197, 262 Patterson, Jerry ' G. . 197. 248 Paterson, Patty M. 276 Faustian, Carole L 32, 112, 115, 168. 262, 309 Payntcr, C, Christine 210, 295 Paynter, Stephen D 295 Peacock, Claudia J. 171 Pearce, Bryan F 99, 295 Pearce, Dennis 166 Pearson, Loren J. . 249 Peatling, Roger H 101 Peavey, Carolyn J. . 129, 130. 151. 136, 249 Pecbanec, Janet S, 25, 164. IB7. 217, 276 Peck. Douglas A 219, 295 Peck. Pamela J. 217, 295 Pekarck. Rodney L. 125 Penland, Stanley 276 PEOPLE TO PEOPLE 144 Peoples. Joan E 155 Pepperd, Loren J 91. 276 Perkins. Thomas O, 276 Peril, Jim L. 145 N6, 262 Perrin, Eula F 217, 295 Perry, Marcia L, . 210. 295 Peter. Kathy J 30, 217, 295 Peter, Sally j 30, 193, 262 Peters, Dennis E 248 Peters. Jon F. 125, 126, 143 171, 17 3. 197, 276 Peters, Lavona L 249 Peterson, Conrad P. ...... 139 iyo 249 Peterson, Jerry L, 159, 173 Peterson, Larry D. 262 Peterson, Karen S. 29s Peterson, Nancy 136, 2 62 Peterson, Patrick C 205. ' 262 Peterson, Roger K. 26 2 Peterson, Sherry D, 295 Petrus, Robert L, 48 PI KAPPA DELTA 136 PI OMEGA P! 135 Pickering, Larry T .. 98. 100, 102. 149, 263 Pickering, William L, 263 Pickett, Alan D 295 Pickett. Eldon E. ... 127, 201, 263 Pierson, Catharine .... 137 Pierson. Merrily A. 151. 263 Pirotie. Sheryl j .... 248 Piland, Janice 213, 295 Pitner, Ralph F 156, 263 Pittman, Roger D. 276 Pivonka, Louis R. 149 Pivonka, Katharine N. 132, 147, 168, 210, 295 Pizet. Ronald L. 248 Platt, Mary R. 178. 217. 263 Plattner, Earl E — 79, 295 Plowman. Phvllis 248 Plunkett. C. ' Richard 276 Poage, I. Lonn 263 Poagc, Myra L. 173, 263 Poague, Larry C 135, 146 153, 248 Pointer, Mary L, 248 Polcyn, Louise ] 141, 153, 155 r 217, 295 Poison, Connie L 210, 276 Pool, Eleanor F. ...-. 158, 159, 248 Poore, Miry A, 2 17. 276 Poore, Memn I. 276 Post. Phillip L. 295 Poulignot, Linda M. 213, 276 Pounds. Linda C. .., 217, 295 Powell. Brad V r 295 Powell, Janet S, 18, 125, 187, 263, 332 Power, Robert J 296 Pratt, Daniel M 219. 296 Pratt, Donald E. 248 Preisner, Jeanne M. ... 213. 276 Prcwett, Donna j. . 183, 210, 76 Price, Dan L 156, 296 Price, Jo Ann 210. 276 Price, Kenneth D, . . 219, 276 Prinsen. James 173 219, 276 Proesch, Carol K 213, 276 PROMETHEANS 206. 07 Propp. johnny D 276 Pruter, Robert R. 150. 263 Pruter, Roger A .. 296 Puckett, Margo F. Pundaack, Diane M. 217. 296 Pundsack, Don j. Purer, Tom G 22, 248 Puzig, Edward H. . 148 Pywell, Brian F, 263 Q Querbach. Marjorie K 137, 248 Quinn, Jean A. 1 3, 151, 296 Quigg, Mike J. 296 Quiring, Margaret A 151. 263 Pet rvszyn , Ya f nsj aw.- 221, 276, Fettengill, Glenn N. .. 131, 138 Pettit, Cecil A. ...... 173, 295 Petty, Bruce A Petty. Warren L. 221. 295 Petzold, Dorothy A. . 276 Pfannenstiel, Agnes M, i 55, £58 Pfanncnstiel. C Jean 248 Pfannenstiel, Don J. 276 Pfannenstiel, Duane 295 Pfannenstiel, Jmogenc 295 Pfannenstiel. Mel J. 248 Pfannenstiel. William 262 Pfeifer, A] F 295 Pfeifer. Carole j. 151, 217, 276 Pfeifer, Deloris J. 262 Pfeifer, Jacob . , .... Pfeifer, Kenneth Pfeifer, Man, ' E . 141, 217, 276 Pfeifer, Sharon A. -- 263 Ffortm filer. Roger D. 276 Phelps, Evelyn D. . 182. 187, 263. 311 PHI ALPHA THETA 138 PHI DELTA KAPPA 138 PHI ETA SIGMA 133 PHI KAPPA PHI PHI MU ALPHA PHI SIGMA EPSILON 202. 203 Phifer, Gary- D, ...... 295 Phillips, Dorothy M. MS, 263 Phillips, Judith M. . 217, 95 Phillips. Lawrence W. - 263 Phillips, Vicki R, 212, 295 R Rabb, Moses 237 Rabenscifner. Bernard 63 Radnor, Joseph R, .. . 296 Radnor, Peggy J. .. 217, 276 Rabimian. Hossein J44 Rail, Maxine L. 217, 296 Ralstin, Roger J. 219, 276 Ramsey, BiN E. 91, 296 Randall, Richard L. 16S Rankin, Carolyn K. 17 2 fa Rankm. Riley C 99, 221, 96 Ransom, Clara R. . . 249 Ransom, Robert J, 173. 26 3 Rapp, Donna G 21 3, 296 Rathbun, I.cota C- 276 Ray, Sally M. 147 2 18 READER S THEATER ' 160 Ready, Wesley B. .... ..... 96 Rcager, W. Mike 296. 319 Redelberger, Mark L 96 Reed, James F. .. 48 Reed, Judith J. 6} Reese, Barbara G. ii.s ■ .1 ■ 158, 159. 197, 63 Reese, Calvin D. 7 Regier. Jeanette E. 153, 191. 276 Relief. Robert D, 1-5-4, 05. 22 1! 296 Rch, Corrine J ..... 17 2% Reichel, Merlyn D, 63 Reimer, Keith E 276 Rein, Pamela R 276 Re inert, Virginia M .. 217 296 Rembardt. Sandra K. .... 193 217, 276 Rcisig. Shirley A. ...... 180, 217. 296 Reising, Gretchen L. ... 191. 217, 296 Renick, Vena ........... ..... 129 Renner, Penney L. ...... 263 Resler, Paul D. 149 REVEILLE 169. 169 Revilla, Carlos ...... 24, 248 Rexford. Ray A. . 205. 248, 263 Reynolds. Gordon E. 205, 263 Reynolds, Marvin J. 276 Reynolds, Terry L, . . 143, 147, 203. 276 Rhoades, Merle D, 160, 221. 296 Rhoades, Peggy 296 R hodes, Sandy L 219. 296 Rhodes, Terry T„ 146, 207, 248 Rhudy, Richard K 221, 296 Rice, Daniel B 125. 171, 253. 263 Rice, Dennis E, , 219, 296 Rice, Martha L 180, 213, 296 Richard, Sylvia A. 151, 210, 276 Richards, G. Jean 296 Richards, Howard E 221, 276 Richards, Johnny 103 Richards, Nancy J 213, 296 Richards, Pamela J MO Richardson. Donald J 276 Richardson. Donald L, 2 76 Ricker, Geraldine L. 141, 248 Ridgway, Margaret L, 6 Ridgway, Susan G 187, 265 Riedel, Arthur R 263 Riedel, Clifford K. 296 Riedel, Danny L. 296 Riedel, Kaylene S 179, 213. 276 Riedel. Kenneth D. 63 Riedel, Larry- D 18 Rife, Harold E, 276 Riffe, Georgia E. 63 Rif fe. Tommy W, .. 156, 248 Riffel, Johncne S 2 13, 296 Riggs, Donna L 276 Riley, Keith L. 89, 9$. 263 Rindt, Judith K. l 8. £30, 131 Riner, Patricia J. 187, 217. 276 Rinrr, Roma L 128. 136, 1 1 Riner. Ronnie R 221, 277 Rintoul, Dwjne L 263 Riordan, John T 248 Risley, Jon H. . 296 ftiiterhouse. William 248 Robbins, Jeffrey V. . . 146, 205, 248 Roberts, Allen D. (39. 150, 248 Roberts, Blaine R, 203. 263 Roberts, Cecil D. , 296 Roberts, C. Larry 125, 263 Roberts, Jeanine M. . 96 Roberts, Martha .... £5 Roberts. Maurice P, . ..... 222, 296 Roberts, Richard D, 277 Roberts, Ronald R . 248 Robertson, David V. 139, no 165. 264 Robinson. Michael W. 207, 221, 296 Rodemin, Charles K 264 RODEO CLUB 165 Roemer. Anita L, 187, 210, 296 Roesch. Duane A, 153, 154,’ 205, 296 Rogers, J. Ronald 165, 277 Rogers. Sandra E 217, 296 Rogg, Darrell W. 4g Rogg, Diane G .. 17, 296 Rolfs, Judith K. .... £93, 77 Rolfs, Leland E. i7g, 296 Rolland, Lane N .. . 203, 296 Rolph, jack F. . 139 261 Rome, Glennis A 129, 130, 3 33, 248 Rome is or, Janice 264 Romciser, Kenneth W. 5.4 Roohms. Janet F. 151, 217, 296 Root, Edward D. 96 Rose, Charlie C, .. . 78, 98, 277 Rose. Kay E 13, 296 Rose, Meredith A. . . 248 Roskilly. James 77 Ross. AJida S, . . , Mi, £59, 249 Ross. Geraldine Marie ........ 34, 217 296 Ross, Linda L, . 133, 133, 217, 296 Ross, Marla K. . 13, 95 Roth, Cynthia A 191, ' Rounklcs, Marvin L. 146, 249 Rounkles, Penny F, 213, ' 796 Royer, William L. ... 81, 86, 139, 19 S Roy lance. Kenny W. 296 Rube, Robert M, . 249 Rubottom, Darrell G. 165, 277 348 Rucker. Mary , 249 Rucker, Robert N. _... 127, 201, 264 Rucketf, Yvonna L 215, 2% Ruda, Robert R. . 277 Rue] a, William M ..... 9L 221., 2% Ruder, Cheryl A 162. 191, 296 Ruder. Cheryl K. . 296 Ruder. Darrel 3 J 219 Ruder Duane E, 277 Ruder, Jerry L. 296 Ruder, Richard J 297 Rudman, Sally M. 2 64 Rudolph, Glenda L. . 165, 213, 276 RueschhoFf, Kathleen — 165, 276 Rufener, Larry J 221, 297 Ruff, An eta N 132, ISO, 191. 213, 297 Ruff. John G 135. 143, 153, 249 Ruggels, Thurlenc }, . 261 Rundle, David C. 297 Rupke. Wayne K, - 264 Rupp, Brian j. 277 Rupp, Mary I. 249 Rupp. Roger P. ...... 24, 126, US, 173. 249 Rupp, Timothy A, 175, 297 Rusco, Gloria J. ■ 143. 249 Rusco, Renee C ISO, 213, 297 Russell, A. Neal 133, 153, 249 Russell, A, Joy 14 1, 153, 264 Russell, Jane 249 Russell Richard O - 249 Ruth, Donald W 249 Rutschman, Martha J. 217, 297 Ruud, Armin E l46, 173 Ruud. Mary L. . .. 141, 159. 207, 274 Ryan. Lawrence E, ... 297 Ryan, Warner A, 221, 249 S Sack. Sharon A 13L 135, 249 Saddler, Carol M, ...... 166, 178, 264 Saddler, James L 129, 133. 158. 178, 264 Saddler, Rita A 41, 156, 249 Sain don, Robert E. 297 Sallee. Terry L 165, 173, 249 Sander, John C 264 Sander, Linda M. ... 249 Sander, Mary S 264 Sander, Ronald P, 264 Sander, Sam L, ...... ........ 264 Sanford, Larry E, 297 Sanneman, Danny O, 264 Sapp. Caro] Kay 264 Sasse. Carolyn J, ...... 137, 151, 1 80, 217, 264 Sauer, Mary A, 277 Sauers, Martha M 264 Scanlon, Gale E , 153, 264 Scanlon, Jarold D. ..... 249 Scant] in, Caroline 143, 249 Scates, W. Thomas 129, 138, 2 37 Schaefer, Margaret A, 144, 148. ISO, 264 Schaefli, Richard J 297 Schafer. Ronald L, 297 Schaffer, James R. 297 Sehalansky, Joseph 219, 249 Sehalansky, Richard 277 Schardein, Joe D 237 Schcck, Melba L 173, 264 Schelbmeir, Alan J. 136, 297 Schmpp. Andrew ' J. , 249 Scherr, Bernard j. 277 Scherr, Charles P. 264 Schiedeman, Linda A 141, 158 Schicld, Sharon S 217, 297 Schiewe, Larry W. 277 Schiewe, Ronald E. 297 Schilling, Burton L. 155, 297 Schippers, Norman R 249 Schi slcr, Caro] J r 264 Schisster. Dan C . 297 Schmidt, Anita L. 297 Schmidt, Connie L 297 Schmidt. Dennis L, 165, 297 Schmidt. Frederick J, 277 Schmidt. Gary E. 297 Schmidt. Gary E 277 Schmidt, Gerald F. 146, 249 Schmidt, Jacquelin R 297 Schmidt, Jeanne E. 297 Schmidt, Joanne M. 159. 181, 193. 297 Schmidt. Mickey D. 181 Schmidt, Robert E TOO Schmidt, Robert L , 277 Schmidt, Timothy P. ... 297 Scbmidtbcrgcr, Connie . 264 Schmidtbergcr, Galen 277 Schmidtbergcr, Joseph 297 Schmitt, Beverly A, 187, 264 Schmitt, Terry! K. 249 Schmutz Dale R 264 Schnec. Pat 91 Schneider, Gwendolyn , 217, 297 Schneider. Leon K. 98, 194, 277 Schneider, Richard D. 249 SchneM, Michael S, 277 Schnocbclcn, Mark A, 297 Schoeni, Arden V, 159 277 Schneni. Eutonda K. 44, 119. 140. 264 Sell on, Arlene A, 2 37 Schon. Joseph G 249 Sehon. Wilma j 193, 217, 297 Schon law, T erry L . 249 Schfeiber, Carol J 141, 277 Schrciber, Linda ... 249 Schreiber, Mary M. ... 132, 144, 213 297 Schreiber, R. Kent . 134, 249 Schreiner. Eugene 277 Schrock, Glenda J 151 , 210, 297 Schroeder, Dennis R, 277 Schroede ' , Kathryn A. 187. 217, 297 Schroeder, Troy A. 277 Schroeder, Vicki L, 140. 217, 264 Schroer, Alan R, 219, 297 Schuckman, Patricia L. 277 Sehueler, Karen M. 297 Schueler, Lawrence R. 156, 168, 264 Schulte, Lavcrn J. 297 Schulti, Kathrynn M, 180. 217. 297 Schultz, Stanley J, 297 Schulte, Lonnie L 249 Schumacher, Judy K. .. . 210, 277 Schumacher, Juleen R. 249 Schumacher, Ronald J. 249 Schur, Richard C, . 31 , 84 86, 221. , 249 Schuster, Lois A, 277 Schwartz, Pat L. ....... 264 Schwarzenberger, John 297 Schwirn. Clarnerta M. 151, 264 Schwindt, Frances 129. 136, 249 Schwindt, Marj‘ E. . 237 Scoggan, M arid a A, 217, 297 Scott. Ann E. 178, 213, 297, 298 Scott, Cheryl I 151, 217. 297 Scott. Danna K. 298 Scott, Doris . 136 . III 277 Scott, Elinor J, 237 Scott, Fred W 91. 249 Scott, Jerry ' D. 249 Scott, Lee E . 150, 219, 277 Scott, Mary L, 138, 237 Scott, Richard W. 131. 136. 162. 264 Scott, Terry W, 1 78, 277 Scott. William M 221, 277 Scovil. Dorothy J. 181 , , 249 Scovtl, Mary V, Ul. 249 Sculley, Max D 249 Seago, George W 298 Sears. Robert E .. 219, 298 Seeman, Karlene K, 141. 217, 277 Scibel, Carol A 187. 277 Seifert. Dave . 205, 250 Sekavec, Glenn 264 Selbe, Linda 1 2 13, 298 Selbe, Nancy S. 213, 298 Sellens, Carol j 217, 277 Sellers, Henry ' M. 71. 298 Selley, Charla j 277 Selley, Samuel J, 277 Seltmann, Lyle J. 129, 130, 250 Seltmann, Terry L. 277 Seuser, Judith A, 14 l r 159, 217, 277 SEVENTH CAVALRY 131 Sewing, Anita M ...... 217, 250 Sexsmith, Cheryl S 127, 277 Scyb. Michael B 1 65, 298 Shaffer, Richard W 298 Shaffstall, Judy D. 250 Shafiyan, Rijan 181, 298 Shamburg, Ramona L+ 217. 298 Shank, Dennis L 2 50 Shank, Linda D. 277 Sharp. James H. 277 Shaw. Jim E ....... 264 Sheets, l.inda I. 2 13, 298 Sheets, Naomi N. U4, 1 2 1 187, 215. 277 Sheets, SheryJe J, ...... 127, 191. 250 Shelton. Allen L, 12 5 Shelton. Shalah L. 217, 298 Shepard. Gary W 276 Shepherd, Charles E. 298 Shepherd, Roger L. 146, 264 Sheiradert, Vickie J, ..... 250 Sherrill, Larry E. 277 Shield . Jerry C. . ... 264 Sbib, Frederick 144 Shindler, Judith F 141, 155, 277 Shipek, Sandra S 155 Shirack, Larry C. 250 Shoemaker, Terry C, 37, 1 IT, 278 Shogren , Richard E 89, 264 Shrader, Richard F, . . 278 Shull. Sharron A, 217, 298 Shuman, Sharon J 264 Sidencr, Ronald L. 201. 264 SIGMA ALPHA ETA 136 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 341 SIGMA KAPPA 190. 191 SIGMA PHI EPSILON 198, 199 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 192. 193 SIGMA TAU GAMMA , 200, 201 Sillin. Judith A. 141, 158, 264 Sim, Stephen C. 197, 219, 298 Simminger, Sheryl L. 193. 210, 298. 307 Simmonds, Gall L. ... 250 Simmons. John E. 278 Simon, Katherine J 2 78 Simon, Lawrence L 298 Simpson, Charlene K. . 217. 298 Simpson. Delores K. 115. 278 Sipe, Judith A. 26, 36, 125, 127, 193, 267, 278 Sisk, Victor R. 128. 130. 153, 250 Sites. Bruce E 134. m Skelton, Linda - - 264 SKY DIVERS 365 Slate, Joleen S 208, 298 Sloan, Clair D 134, 173 Sloan, Sheila G 213. 278 Slopansky, Paul E , 278 Smaltz. Cecilia E„ 129, 250 Smarsh, John A. 221, 298 Smies, Linda S, 213, 278 Smiley. John D, 278 Smiley, Robert J 101. 194, 2 50 Smith, Alvin F 298 Smith, Arlyn R 145, 201, 278 Smith, Barbara J 134, 210, 278 Smith, Bedford D ,..„...„ T 237 Smith, Beth E. 210. 298 Smith, Carol D. . 24, 217. 264 Smith, David C 221, 298 Smith, Diane M .= 125, 191, 264 Smith, Garfield 178, 298 Smith. Gary W r 278 Smith, Gary P. 177, 298 Smith. H, William 298 Smith. Juanita C. 264 Smith, Larry D. 298 Smith, Lowell R. ...... 78, 98, 264 Smith. Marcelo M. 298 Smith. M arsha F 137, 151, 217, 264 Smith, Mary F. 137, 151, 250 Smith, Michael J 154, 219, 298 Smith, Phyllis j, 250 Smith, Ralph A. 264 Smith, Rand ail L, 193, 298 Smith, Ray S. 264 Smith, Sandra J. 217. 278 Smith. Sara A, ..... 193, 264. 307 Smith, Sharon K. 210 Smith, Stanley W 139, 3 50, 250 Smith, Thomas L, 143 Smith. Vcrlc, R 134, 2jO Smith. Walter J, . 2gg Smith. William D, 147, 278 Smith, William D. NO, 26-1 Smotts, Robert D .. 2 21, 298 Smrcka. Virginia R 115, 130, 193. 250 Snay, Karen J. 140, 213, 278 Snell, Janet D 217. 298 Solberg, Barbara A, 132, 298 Solomon, Kay A - 159, 265 Songer, Herbert L. — . 103, 149, 205. 265 Soonsavad. Thong In .... 144, 2 37 Solliers, Judith A 213. 298 Soukup, Alvin C. 278 Southard, Frank A — 207, 265 Southard, Andrea 134, 255 Spaed, Paul E. 278 S pan gc nberg, E d wa rd 221, 298 Spinier, Jerry A. 298 SPANISH CLUB 145 Sparks, Cheryl E 210, 298 Spatz. Sheila K 213, 298 Spencer. Harry W 197. 265 Sperling Robert J, 205, 219, 27$ Sperry, Charles K 219, 298 Spicer. James W. 265 Spomer, Patricia 1 25 . 126, 136, 193, 265 Sprenkcl. Tboma E, 20L 265 Sprick, Roger G, 219, 298 Springer. Carol A. ...... 187, 213, 278 Sprinkle, Sandra A. 298 Spurlock, Ruth E. 260 Sramck, Sharon J 2 13, 266 St. Aubyn, James S 265 Staab, Joyce A — - 298 34 ? Stackhouse, Sue A, — 132, 217, 298 Stahl, Michael E. ... 278 Stamey, Mary E, .. 278 Stan be try. Ann 151, 187, 257 Stanley, Kathy M 217, 298 Stanton, Delbert W - - 298 Stanton, Thomas E 178 Stapleton, Jerry W ,. 1M, 278 Stapleton. Roy V 298 Staub, Mary K 250 Stauth, Rjcnjy M, 265 Stavcn T Bruce L, „ 05, 153 Stearns, Patrice D 133, l60. 178. 217, 298 Stearns, Steven D . 219. 298 Stech, Terence V 219, 298 Stock lei n, B, Jerry 250 Stccklein, Carol S. . 2155 Steele, Elizabeth 191 250 Steele, George L. „„ 150, 278 Steele. George W. „ 250 Steele, Patricia A. ........ . 250 Steele, Saundra S. 278 Steffen, Donald D, ,..., 205. 265 Steffen, R. Faye 140, 175 Steffen, Thomas M. 250 Steffens. Martha J, 250 Steffens, Mary M, 2 50 Stcgman, James A. ........................ 144 Steiger, John J 250 Stcimcl, Robert L, .... „ 221, 298 Steiner, Judith A 16 Stein ert, Dennis N 150, 298 Stein ]e, Sharon L 138, 250 Stephen, Jerry L 197. 2(55 Stephens, Larry R r 138 Stephens, Robert E 278 Sterling. Vivi 130, 131, 133, 194, 250, J1L Sterling, Nancy P, 265 Stetler, Larry E, 135, 153, 158, 221. 298 Stevens, Frank D. 250 Stevens. Tommy F r .. .. ......... 71, 194 Stevenson, Jarnce M 217, 278 Stevenson. John T 146, 250 Stewart. Billy J, . 250 Stewart. Kenneth T, ,, 22 1, 298 Stewart, S, Robert 153, 278 Stiles, Eugene F, 250 Stockman. Keith B. 298 Stoller. James R. 159, 299 Slone, Gerald D. ... .. 278 Storm, Bonnie C. 15 5 Storer. Rex L 91. 219, 299 Slos, Charles J. 265 Stout, Delbert B, ..... 144, 146, 2 19, 278 Stout, Gordoh L. . , 205, 250 Strait. William D 81, 85, 88, 89. 90. 98 Strimel, Gary L, 265 Stranathan, Joyce I. 127, 145, 193, 265 Stranathan, Leon D 145, 207. 250 Stranberg, Datha D 2 1(1, 299 Strobe l, George A. ., . 154, 219, 299 Strouse, Barbara E 217. 265 St muse, Gary D 250 St rout, Richard M. 147, 299 Stuart. Patricia J.. .... 193, 210, 299 Stuart, Mark W 146, 299 STUDENT NAT L, EDUC. ASSOC. 147 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ' COMMITTEE 126 Stull, Gordon B. ........ 221, 27S Stull. Terry D 299 Stull. Marshall W. 278 Stum, L, Yvonne 187, 278 Stutzman, Betty J. .... 213, 299 Stutzman, Sharon K, 151. 217, 278 Suchsland, Larry 299 Sullivan, Carol S. 217, 278 Sullivan, Michael L. . 133, 278 Sulzman. Ronald J. ... 278 Sulzman. M. Jolene . 159, 208. 299 Summer. Betty L, 141, 153, 250 Summers, Delora A. 217. 265 Sun ley, James E, _ 143 265 Super. Joyce A. ...... 37, 117, 165. Suter, Don M. 278 Sutlcy, Irvin Ff 144, 197. 278 Sutton, Roddy D. 219, 299 Swan Dana L 278 Swan, Larry R„ ,,, 299 Swann, Virginia A. 30, 126. 187, 217. 278 Swanson. Ted A 2 50 Swartz, Dianna J, 210, 299 Swart, Marion C ... 250 Swayze, Dennis T. 165. 278 Swearingen., Ray C, 278 Swearingen, Robert J. 278 Sweat, John 278 Sweat, Michael T r 207, 278 Sweat, Rosalie R. . 213, 278 Semon. Ed L. 205, 278 Swift, Robert A .. 278 Sw Inton. Gene L 159, 2 37 T Taddiken, Dixie R 265 Tammcn, Gerald M. 278 Tamrnen, Ronald K 278 Tangeman, Eleanor 25 1 Tagtmeyer, Larry L 299 Tapp, Frank E 251 Tapphorn, Ralph M. 140, 265 Taspinar, Aysegul ,, 144, 146, 251 Tasset, Leonard G 251 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 204, 205 Ta use her. Charles L. 27S Taxacher. James M. . .251 Taylor, Cynthia A. .. -217. 278 Taylor, Glenda 27, 134, 1 60 Taylor, H. I.cland 137 Taylor. Stephen J. 278 Tcbc, Stephen D r 140, 265 Tedesco, Jn Anne 217, 299 Teel, Douglas W. 161, 279 Teef. Glen A 279 Teeter, Anne M, ... 191, 265 Teichmann, Charlotte 251 Teichmann, Galen K, . 25l Tcschncr. Barbara R. 213, 299 Teter, Diana L. 37, 118, 132, 191 Thacker, Gloria J. ... Thaete, Gale H Thacte, Gary C Thalhelm, Kerry ' A. . Thibault, Delmer H, Thiele, Nancy E. Thielen, Jay B Thielcn. Joseph P, .... Thnlen, Diana K Thomas, Charles E. .. Thomas, E. Elaine 213, 299 299 180, 197 251 197, 251 .... 36, 213, 279 136, 265 153, 155, 193, 217, 29 9 221, 299 182, 265 299 279 Thomas, J. Craig 98, 299 Thomas, John K. - 265 Thomas, Norman B. 153, 251 Thomas. Phyllis K. . 217, 299 Thomas, R, Wayne ... 299 Thomassan, Joseph R, 133. 299 Thompson. David A. 299 Thompson, G, Ray 129, 133, 138, 251 Thompson, Gary M. 94, i47. 164, 265 Thompson, June A, ,, 137 Thompson, Mary A. ... 217, 299 Thompson, V. Ray .... - 217 Thompson, Vicky J, 265 Thornburg, Alan L, 140, 203, 265 Thornburg. Dennis B, 133, 299 Thornton, Linda J. 158. 187, 217, 279 Thorpe, Francis A, ... 139, 150, 251 Thummef, Patricia A, -- 217, 299 Thummel. Carol J, .... - 145, 217, 251 Thurlow ' , Janet M. 48, 299 Thurlow, Larry 71. 210 Thyfault, Harlan A. . 265 Ticszen, James D. ..... 97, 104, 205, 279 Ticszcn, Leslie C 120, 215. 269 Tigner, Janet K. Tillberg, Elda J 18D, 210, 251 Tillberg, Vernon G. .... 49, 180, 197, 221, 299 Timken, Gary I, 178, 265 Timmons, Karen I., ..... 217. 299 Tinkler, James C 251 Tischhauser, Marvin L. 279 Tittel, Beverly J - 217, 265 Title], Raymond L. ... 299 Todd, Robert O, 265 Toed man, Charles L. . 91. 92. 299 Tolley. Lynn V . 279 Toma nek. Lynn E 299 Tomrdle. Susan K, 178, 265 Tomson, Marion ...... 147. 166, 22 L 299 Toole, Terry ‘ L Torrey. Wilbur E, ... 219. 299 Tovrea, Carolyn F. . 251 Tovrea, Stanley M. 251 TRAFFIC TRIBUNAL 125 Tramel. Stephen G. .. Tramp, Roger P. , ..... 219. 299 Trapp. Charlene J, 133, 180, 217, 279 Trapp. Cheryl T„ 213, 290 Trapp, Dennis M 265 Trapp, John L. 279 Trask, Gregg H .. 181, 251 Tfeblleock, Wanda B. 210, 299 Trible. Ronnie D. 265 T 1 imrn er, R obe rt W . 279 Trimmer, Sue A. 299 Trogdon, Joyce I 115. 191, 251 Trussel], Larry R. . 60, M6. 251 Trusseil, Sharon K. 173 Tucker. Billy D. . 299 Tucker. M. Judy 183, 213, 217, 299 Tucker, Linda D. - .... 2 10. 299 Turley, Mary L. 279 Turner. Michael G. 265 Turner. Terry 1 219. 2 99 Turner, William G, 219, 279 Tuttle, Donald E. 251 Tuttle, Judith L. .. 251 Tweed, John C- . . 279 T wyma n , Joe W . 78, 98, 194, 265 Tyson, Judy L, 137. 151, 193. 213, 279 Tzou, Dar 148 U Ulin. Larry R. 299 Ulrich, Mickey H, 129, 1 30, 138 185. 25 i Ulrich, Henrietta E, ISO. 2|7, 299 Unger, Roy E. 149 UNION BOARD 171 UNION COMMITTEES 17] UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL .... 171 UNITED CAMPUS CHRIST FELLOWSHIP 177 UNITED CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 176 Unrein, Jim H 265 Unruh, Karen 1 213, 299 Unruh, Mary K. 213, 279 Upham. Billy N, 299 Urban, Arlene A, . 299 Urban, Dorothy A. 137 T 151, 217, 265 Urban, Gloria J 279 Urban, Janet C 279 V Valerius, Jennie B 193, 265 Vanamburg, Gerald L 134 Vanamburg, Janet 140, 173, 251 Vandecreek, Robert H 71 Vandergriff, Judith 134 Vandonge, Jerry P, 201., 279 Vandyke. Dale A, 299 Van Eaton, Marjorie L 217, 299 Van Galder, Arlene L. . .... 159. 213, 279 Van Laningbam, Max L. 71. 7 3, 76, 103, 265 Vawtcr, John D 219, 299 Vcatch. Lynn A, 2 51 Veaiey, James R, 265 Vehige, Kenneth D, 71, 299 Vernon. Gerald A, 207, 279 Veseeky. John F. 265 Vesecky, Rbsalee J 217, 279 Vickers. Doug J. 251 Vincent. Date E 279 Vincent, Viola 279 Vine. Barbara D 299 Vint, Janice M, 133. 210, 30E Vifet, Rodney M 137. 237 Vogel. Kenneth E r 251 Vogel, Patricia M 191, 265 Von Achen, Rex 97, 251 Vondracek, Norma S 210, 300 Vonfeldt, Dennis . 279 Vunfeldt, G. L. ... . 279 Vonfeldt. Roland S 279 Vopat, Harry J. 300 Voss, Ralph P. 138, 251 Vossman, Kenneth L. 279 Votruba. Edward j, . 150, 300 VratH. Ronald D 146, 221, 264 Vrbas. Dennis J.. . ... 18. 03, 265 W Wade. Arabdle M. 173 237 Wade. Richard O 219 Waggoner. Jerald T„ 279 Waggoner, Mary J, 151, 210, 265 Waggoner, Steve L r 251 Wagner. Connie L. 251 Wagner Gary L. 251 Wagner. Michael L. 279 Wagner, Norma J. 300 Wagner. Robert B. 146, 150, 265 Wagner. Robert 139 Wah lender, Roger F r 279 Wahlmelcr. Wayne L. Walden. Marilyn 129, 130, 300 137, Wald man. Donna M. 193, 365 Walker. Carol E. 141, 251 Walker, Claressa B, 171, 251 Walker, jack R. 165, 251 Walker, James L. 219, 3O0 Walker, Jerry A. ... 134 Walker, Joan D, 165. 265 Walker, Joyce A. 147, 166. 213, Walker, Judith L. 217. 300 Walker, Richard L. . .... 51 Walker. Sharcn 265 Wallace, Dnlly A. ... 217. 251 WatJftreii. Richard L, .... 125, 300 Walsh. David F. ... 266 Waller, Dorothy A. 80 Walters, Carol A, 24, [36. 266 Walters. Janet Clara Walters. Edward C- 266 Walters, Kathleen M, 300 Walters, Kathleen A, . 30O Wa Iters, K a ren M . .280 Walters, f.ucida A. 1 60, 182. 266 Walters, Muriel L. . 280 Walters. Patrick A. 251 Walters, Thomas D. 300 350 Wu, yi . £ 144, 1 48, 237 Wundcr, Richard D 201, 252 Wycoff, Linda C 217, 301 Wynn, James F. . 206 Yahne. David G .... 301 Yantiss. Pad C 301 Yates, Lcanna K Z 17 H 290 Yeager, Donald V 290 Yoho, Robert E 221, 301 Yonlccy, Eioyce A. ... 252 York, Nancy A 13 6, 102, 210, 301 Young, Austin E 30.1 Young, Curtis C 183. 252 YOUNG DEMOCRATS 143 Young, Douglas A, 301 Young, Gary D 30 1 Young. Hcrsche! Gary 252 Young, LaVelda E .. 159, 193, 217, 252 Young, Patricia A, 210, 301 YOUNG REPUBLICANS 143 Young, Robert K, IS, 27, 134, L36. 143 Younger, Francis A. ., 206 Younger, Roger B. 219, 252 Younktn, Harvey A ... 266 Zachman, W, Ronald . 197, 206 Zellner. Geraldine F. 143. 217 , 301 Zengc. Jcaninc L55 Ztrf.35, Connie M, . 133, 151. 301 Zerr, Alfred P 22 1„ 301 Zerr, C. Elmer . 207, 221, 280 Ziegler, Jo Eva ,. 217, 301 Ziegler, Larry F. — 301 Ziegler. Richard D. .. 30 1 Ziegler. Rich D „ 301 Zielkc, Arthur T. 2 52 Zier Larry R 252 Ziller, Lorna L. 183 Zrmbclman. Ronald R, 150, 205. 301 Zimmer, Eugene A. ... 252 Zimmer, Joan C 217, 301 Zimmer, Max F- ,..., 266 Zim merman. Alfred F. 280 Zimmerman. Sherman B. 252 Zimmerman, Sharon K. . i49, 213 280 Ztnk. Ronald L. 221, 301 Zinszer, Paul H 301 Zinsier, Robert H. 266 ZEtnik, Joseph M, 181, 252 Zohncr, Carl J. - 197, 301 Zohner. Jane M. 131. 134, 252 Z vesper. Betti e J 141, 217, 280 Zvol an ek , Don a Id D. 290 Zvolanek, Phillip J. 280 Zw-eifet, Barbara J 141. 144. 213, 280 WESLEY FOUNDATION 179 Wess, Janice L. 252 Wes , Mary E, 217. 280 ' Wcssling, Robert J. 206 West, Linda I„ 183, 2 17, 300 Westbrook. Richard D. ■ ..... 139. 150 Westerns n, Byron 153 Westerman, Edward L r 150, 300 Westhpff, Larry W. 300 Westhusin, Dorothy T, 136, 266 Westphal, Danny M, 131, 266 Wetiil, Lavern H, 150. 221 Weyerts, Dale 146, 266 Wharton, Judy A. 147, 168, 210, 3O0 Wherry, Mary Ann 266 Whipple, Sharon L. . . 210, 28Q Whlsnant, Gary W. 219, 300 Whistler, Raymond G, 2 SO White, Glenn E. 91, JO0 White, John R, . 150, 266 Whitley, Joseph D. 146, 167, 266 Whitmer, Eldon T., 134 Whitmore, Sandra £. .... 187, 104. 252 Whitney. Derry 206 Whitney, John W. 173, 200 Wh i ticca r, Donald G. 197, 2fl[) WHO ' S WHO 130 Wicke, Rita K 159, 213, 300 Wicchen, Walter A. . 09 150 260 Wicdcman, Delbert ... 252 Wiegand. William F. . 150, 280 Wish I, Connie S. 210, 30O Wiehl, Dwight A. . 280 WlEST HALL 200, 221 Wilburn, Robert E. ., 94, 280 Wilcox, Bd| C, 159. 178, 260 Wilcox, Gary D. 280 Wiideman, Richard R, 280 Wilhelm, Dallas E 134 Wilken, Barbara J. 280 Wilkie, Nelda J. .. rr ._ 252 Wilkcns, Bruce E 158. 178 Wilkerson, Thomas A, 173, 266 Wilkinson, Larry K 203, 300 Willems, Robert C 197, 252 Willhaus. Rose M 140, 280 Williams, Delores M. 19L. 252 Williams, Eva R. 217, 280 Williams. L. Clayton 237 Williams. Lewis M 2 SO Williams, Mia J 217. 300 Williams, Norma 165, 252 Williams. Philip W 164, 252 Williams. Richard B 266 Williams. Rob ert L. 136, 252 Williams, Rodney S , 98 Williams, Sandra 252 Williams, Terry D, 280 Williams, Wilbur W. 266 Williamson, Guy P, 280 Williamson, Robert J. 300 Williamson, William 300 Willis, Ronald R. 237 Wilson, Bill R, 149 Wilson, Carol J. 252 Wilson. C. Janeen , 181 , 210, 280 W ,r j Ison . Donald Keith 252 Wilson, Gary I. ...... 206 Wilson, Marie A, 213, 280 Wilson, Jack $ ...- .. 166, 266 Wilson, Kenneth E. 219, 28Q Wilson. Lois E, ... 183, 210, 300 Wilson, Marilyn n - 125, 140 Wilson, Norman L, . 203, 3O0 Wilson, Philip R, 219, 300 Winchell, Audrey L. ... 213, 301 Winder, Rogenc L. 280 Windholz, Brian j. . 266 Windholz, Oren M. .... 266 Wine, Patricia L. .... 165, 213. 30l W r in eland, Eileen 280 Winfrey, Carolyn K, . 217, 301 Wingfield, ■ Barbara L, 213, 280 Wingfield, Gary L, 221, 30! Witt, Merle D 139, 266 Witte, Donald E r ... . 150. 252 Witte, Samuel L 252 Wittman, Carol L 301 WEtt rei c h , Kenneth J, 203. 252 Wjtwer. Verland Wayne ...... 4 1 , 156, 206 Woelk, John C 280 Wolf. David L 266 Wolf, Sylvia K .. 129, 13D, 252 Wolfe, Randall D, ...... 147. 221, 206 Wolfe, Richard D 206 Wolfe, Rodney L 266 Wolsicffer, Ray 15s Womack, Dixie L 280 Womack, Richard D, . 280 WOMENS GLEE CLUB 157 WOMENS LEADERSHIP ASSOCIATION ... 131 WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION L49 Wondra, Stephen A. . 219, 301 Wood, Bennie D. 221, 301 Wood, Rosemary F, .. 213, 301 WOOSTER PLACE .... 223 Workman. William $, 301 Worley, Steve D. 71. 72. 73, 75, 76. 77, 103. 1 50, 194 . 252 Wright, Patty J. 17J. 272, 266 Wright, Robert C, 280 Wright. Ronald G r . ...... 222, 266 Wright, Vickie J. 126, 151, 210, 290 Walters. William P 280 Wali, Sheryl L. .. IJ7, 266 Wanker, David A 260 Ward, Robert C. 205, 266 Ward, Victor H 300 Warren, Douglas 325 Warren, Jim L 280 Wa r ren , Penny A 266 Washburn, Daniel $, 300, j?lS Washburn, Freddie L 251 Washington, Don L. 27 Washington, Roy 98 Wa singer. Judith L. 133, 300 Wasinger. Marilyn C. 300 Wa singer. Michael ita 45, 106 140. 149. 217. 280 Wasinger. Ronald J. ...... 280 Wasinger. William 1 300 Wasson. Richard E. 252 Waters. Robert D. 266 Watkins, Larry C. .136, 102, 221, 300 Watkins, Sheldon L. 153, 280 Watson, Gene 300 W at son , M art h 1 J . 217, 266 Watts. Jack J. 252 Weber, Jay C 252 Weber, John R. 1 53, 252 Weber, Patricia 193, 252 Weber, Richard A. 360 Weber, Richard J, 266 Weber, Theresia M 280 Webring, Gary L 280 Webster, Allen 1.. . 03, 173, 252 Webster. David R 237 Webster. Judith K. .252 Weeks, Loren L 201, 219, 280 Weers Diane M 2 3 3, 266 W ' cers. Francis H 71. 139. 150, 194, 252 Weigel, Gary M. . . 266 Weigel. Leo K. 300 Weigel. M. Jane 193, 266 Weigel. Mary L. 191, 500 Weigel, Phyllis E. 300 Weigel, Robert D 300 Weigel. Tammy 1 15, 116, 266 Weinhold, Everet A, .. 500 Weingart, Vicki J. 300 Weisensee, Charles A. 221. 300 Weldon. Paul I. 237 Wei I brock. Kenneth 252 Wei I brock. Richard P, . 266 Wells, Dalmer L, 280 Wells, Glenn D. 150, 252 Wells, James R. 221, 252 Wenciker. Jerry L. 300 Wendet in. Lawrence F, M4. iflLl. 221, 290 Wentling, Mary K, . .. .. 300 Werth, Agnes C. 1 9 3. 300 3S1 SamiT ye May, associate editor and Candy Mitchell, editor. In Appreciation Our college anthem has a way of quickening our heartbeat, pushing back our shoulders and raising our chins — a yearbook needs a pulse like that to carry it through. So now the final page — the end of the year— the end of the 52nd volume of the Reveille The anthem ' s words became the background music for the work and play of Fort Hays State recorded in the 1965 Reveille. The curtain cannot descend on the final chorus played, we cannot sing our ' honor and praise to dear Fort Hays " until we sing the praises of all who helped. First, to our adviser, Mrs, Katherine Rogers, thank you; without her help and patience there would be no book. Pictures — that ' s what a yearbook ' s made of ! Thanks to Leon Maxson and his photography staff, the pictures from News Service, Delma Studios of New York and Guercio Studios of Hays, we made a yearbook. The Memorial Union housed all group pictures and the Delma photographer. Thanks to Jerry Ruttman and his staff. Artwork is another vital factor in a yearbook — so thank you, Ralph Hormel, for artwork photography. Last, are the words of a yearbook. They have to say just the right thing. And to Sammye May, associate edi- tor, copy was her job, but she deserves a medal for devotion beyond the cal) of duty, Ted Tow supplied sports information, and thanks to all the hard working staffers for a 1965 Reveille. The curtain can fall on this last page of the book but may the chords resound in remembrance. Candy Mitchell Editor 352 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY


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