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1968 Reveille Fort Kathy Walters, Editor Hays Kansas State College Hays, Kansas Volume 55 Aneta Ruff, Bus. Mgr. I Contents Academics 10 Student Life 52 Sports 94 Organizations 136 Housing 200 Classes 222 Advertising 314 Index 344 Wm MR 2 Glimpses of 1968 Shutters of cameras which snapped pic- tures for this Reveille have captured on paper only about two actual minutes of the 1967-68 year at Fort Hays State. These glimpses, however, supply the key to unlock a panorama of memories of 1968. The float you helped build, the football game in which you skirmished, the picnic you enjoyed, the excitement you created, the hours you studied — these events and others spark memories of experiences which made you part of college and it part of you. Through these glimpses which will serve as symbols to allow you to re-encounter the many events which gave this year a unique meaning, this volume of the Reveille presents 1967-68 as you lived it. 3 h T ' Glimpses of Fall Fall greeted Fort Hays State students as they descended on the campus to begin a year of study, sport and social life. In protest against the library ' s ten o ' clock closing hours, students staged a peaceful sit- in demonstration which resulted in an extra hour of study. Clashing football helmets, victory cannon blasts and a chorus of the Tiger fight song characterized fall sports. 4 5 Glimpses Of Winter of Kansas weather to campus. A December ice storm gave skaters an opportunity to put the blade to the frozen waters of Big Creek. Basketball was the main sports attraction for Tiger fans. Mild days also prompted the golfers to try their luck on the greens. Christmas shopping was a favorite pas- time during the Yule season and, of course, study and fun filled the students ' hours. 7 Glimpses Of Spring Alternate periods of wet and dry weather were the rule during spring and brought the colors of summer back to campus. Conducive to everything but study, spring provided an excuse for water fights, sun bathing and just plain walking. Classes moved from their class rooms on warm days to the rim of the fountains or to sun porches. Boy met girl for dates, walks and long, quiet conversations. Custodians began the operations of spring cleaning and repair as they brought out the lawn mowers and sprinklers. Perched in their woody homes, the squirrels surveyed the activity with unending amazement. 8 I 9 Academics 10 Wide Variety of Duties Confronts FHS President Being president of a college is a big responsibility, and Dr. M. C. Cunningham, FHS president, finds that it keeps him constantly on the move. With activities ranging from crowning queens to taking care of stacks of paperwork, the job of chief ad- ministrator would be too much of a burden for an ordinary man. As president, Dr. Cunningham must speak at var- ious meetings or preside over important functions such as the dedication of the library. He must achieve the cooperation of all those who work under him, and above all, he must gain the respect of the students whose presence makes his job important. 12 13 Jellison Is Hays Mayor; Two New Men Join Staff Dr. Bill Jellison, FHS dean of students, was elected in April by the Hays City Commission to the position of Mayor of Hays. Jellison, a guidance and student personnel specialist, has been serving as dean of men since 1966. He is the first college administrator to hold a public office in the city of Hays. Two new faces in the administration office are those of Robert Maxwell and Milford Messer. Max- well, former Hays police chief, has taken over the position of associate dean of men and Messer is director of placement. Dr. Bill Jellison Jean Stouffer Robert Maxwell Dean of Students Assoc. Dean of Students for Women Assoc. Dean of Students for Men Symbolic of the college, the Picken Hall pillars denote knowledge. Standlee Dalton — Director of Admissions Dr. Richard Burnett — Exec. Asst, to President Dollie Thomas — Asst, to President Dr. Ralph Coder — Dean of Graduate Division Dr. John Garwood — Dean of Faculty Milford Messer — Director of Placement James Nugent — Housing Director Walter Keating — Comptroller . Kent Collier — Exec. Sec. of Endowment Assn. Ethel V. Artman — Exec. Sec. of Student Aids Ralph Huffman — Dir. of Field Services Picken Hall with its fountains and pillars provides office space for many FHS officials. R. Lynn Rogers, Dir. of Memorial Union; O. Z. Bizzell — Asst. Dir. of Memorial Union. 16 Board of Regents Sets Policy for Six Schools Fort Hays State College is one of the six tax- supported colleges and universities administered by a Board of Regents appointed by the governor. This group sets policies, approves budgets and requests legislative appropriations for the institutions of higher learning in the state of Kansas. Democratic governor Robert Docking visited the FHS campus in the winter when, accompanied by State Democratic Leader Norbert Dreiling, he wit- nessed a basketball contest between the Tigers and the Cavaliers of St. Mary of the Plains in Dodge City. Governor Robert Docking visited the FHS campus during one of his trips to campuses throughout the state. Board of Regents — BACK ROW: A. H. Cromb, C. N. Cush- Bickford. FRONT ROW: L. D. Morgan, John F. Eberhardt, ing, Dwight D. Klinger, James J. Basham, Eldon Sloan, Max Henry A. Bubb, T. J. Griffith. ' « 1 4 1 :i§H ' _ A FL , [A 17 In his capacity as chairman of the division of applied arts, Dr. C. Richard Cain oversees three departments. Sharing facilities on the ground floor of Davis Hall, industrial arts students and art students perform their daily activities in different wings of the building. Art Facility Is Replaced For Applied Arts Division Art facilities which were destroyed by fire last year were replaced for art students this year. In early May students were able to move their utensils and art work from temporary facilities in Lewis Field to the recently completed art annex near the green- house. Products of artists in the department were dis- played at the student and faculty art shows in the spring. On the industrial arts side of Davis Hall, students planned from September to April for the highlight event of the year, the Industrial Arts Fair. Exhibits from high school industrial artists in the area were on display during the fair. FHS students judged the entries which ranged from cutting boards to com- plete dining room sets and television-stereo combina- tions. Home Economics, the third department in the divi- sion of applied arts, also catered to high school stu- dents at its annual Home Economics Day which was comprised of demonstrations and conferences. 18 1 , ' mJ — - - i Home economics students train for teaching positions, extension workers or homemakers. Art exhibits and industrial art exhibits fill Davis Hall in the spring of the academic year. Bachkora, Bryan: Asst. Prof of Ind. Arts; Beesley, Alice F.: Prof, of Home Econ, Head of Dept.; Brooks, R.U.: Assoc. Prof, of Ind. Arts, Supt. of Bldgs.; Ficken, Dale: Instructor in Art. Ginther, Glenn G.: Instructor in Ind. Arts; Harwick, Eugene: Instructor in Art; Harwick, Joanne, Instructor in Art; Hinkhouse, James: Instructor in Art; Hoffman, Maxine: Prof, of Home Econ. Johnson, Daniel: Instructor in Ind. Arts; Krebs, June L: Asst. Prof, of Home Econ.: Kuchar, Kathleen: Instructor In Art; McGinnis, Darrell D.: Asst. Prof, of Art; McKee, Dennis D.: Assoc. Prof, of Ind. Arts. Moss, Dr. Joel C.: Prof, of Art, Head of Dept.; Nichols, Francis N.: Instructor in Art; Thorns, John C. Jr.: Assoc. Prof, of Art; Tobias, Gary G.: Instructor in Ind. Arts; Valanne, Olli Peter, Instructor in Art. 19 New Methods Sought For Biological Study Repeating its theme of modernization, the division of biological science strove this year to meet growing enrollments and in- creasing knowledge of the world. Because of expanding enrollment in bio- logy classes, the faculty has been en- couraged to evaluate the possibility of audio-tutorial laboratories as a teaching method. Change has also been noticed in the agriculture curriculum which is being moder- nized to meet growing demands of the pro- gram. Research conducted within the division this year resulted in the publication of eight scientific articles. This makes a total of 196 papers published by the division in the last 5 1 years. Scientific equipment is a valuable asset put to use by the students enrolled in laboratory classes in Albertson Hall. Clark, Thaine A.: Assoc. Prof, of Agric.; Ely, Dr. Charles A.: Prof, of Zoo.; Fleharty, Dr. Eugene D.: Assoc. Prof, of Zoo.; Gentry, Ruff L.: Asst. Prof, of Agric. Houston, Duane E.: Instructor in Biol. Sciences; Hulett, Dr. Gary K.: Assoc. Prof, of Bof. 1 McFarland, Henry J.: Asst. Prof, of Biol.; Pierson, Dr. David W.: Assoc. Prof, of Biol. Reynolds, Dr. Howard C.: Prof, of Bot.; Riegel, David A.: Assoc. Prof, of Agric.; Sayed, Dr. M. Q.: Asst. Prof, of Bot.; Schroder, Elton K.: Assoc. Prof, of Zoo. Simons, Kenneth W.: Prof, of Bot.; Walker, Dr. Neil A.: Prof, of Zoo.; Wells, James R.: Assoc. Prof, of Agric.; Wenke, Dr. Thomas L.: Asst. Prof, of Zoo. 20 Studying grass identification in the field is an important phase of the range management class for agriculture majors. Problems of dairy and stock producers are considered as well as expenses and marketing values. Dr. G. W. Tomanek heads the biological science divi- sion which includes agriculture, biology, botany and zoology. 21 Symbolic of Fort Hays State College are the white pillars of Picken Hall, the Dr. Milburn Little is chairman of the divi- oldest building on campus and the home of this division. sion, one of the largest at FHS. Atwater, Alan: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Bumpas, Donald: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Coolc Kenneth: Assoc. Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Crites, Carl: Instruc- tor in Econ. and Bus.; Dooley, William: Instructor in Econ. and Bus. Faulkner, Keith: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Gallion, Leona: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Jones, James: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Kellerman, James: In- structor in Econ. and Bus.; Lowery, Tom C.: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Mc- Cullick, Jack: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus. Myerly, Lois: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Osborne, Richard: Prof, of Econ . and Bus.; Peier, J. Dale: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Phillips, Paul: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Stewart, B. J.: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Thomas, Dr. Archie: Prof, of Econ. and Bus. Thomas, Vera: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Thompson, Dr. Leonard: Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Vlasak, Sharon: Instructor in Econ. and Bus.; Voss, Richard: In- structor in Econ. and Bus.; Walden, J. B.: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Wall, George: Assoc. Prof, of Econ. and Bus. 22 Machines that add, subtract, multiply and divide are all a part of the businessman ' s world. Courses on the operational procedures of computers are a recent addition to the business and economics curriculum. Honor Fraternities Sponsor Econ and Business Week Highlight of the year for students in the division of economics and business is the annual " Econ and Business Week " in May, which is planned and sponsored by Alpha Kappa Psi, Pi Omega Pi and Phi Beta Lambda. One feature is an honor banquet at which all students who have received honors in the division during the year are recognized. Representatives from business areas are available for conferences and interviews through the week. Several seminars and speakers, including a repre- sentative from the AFL-CIO and from the Federal Reserve System, were sponsored by the division. Six accounting majors participating in the internship program worked for six weeks with a CPA firm. IBM punch cards produced in the data processing center are used to keep student information records. 23 Division Chairman, Dr. Calvin E. Harbin, published a book entitled " Teaching Power " which expresses his philosophy of the art of teaching. Newly Acquired Equipment Enriches Division’s Classes Key developments in the division of education, philosophy and psychology have been expansions through new pro- grams and projects along with the addition of new equip- ment. VTR, video-tape recording equipment and the drivacator are probably the most outstanding pieces of equipment that have been added. Fort Hays State is the first campus in Kansas to boast the drivacator as an on-campus teaching aid. Other equipment such as the overhead projectors, wire- less microphones, walkie-talkies and the Edex system are included in the move toward computerized presentation of classes in this division along with the whole campus. Specialized education has been enhanced through the continued development of the Hays Day Care Center for Exceptional Children and the opening of the H. B. Reed Center, as well as by the designation of five students for senior-year traineeships in the field of special education. Adams, Dr. Seth: Asst. Prof, of Educ.; Alver, Wallace M.: Inst, in Psych.; Claf- lin, Martha A.: Asst. Prof, of Educ.; Cole, Dr. Blaine: Asst. Prof, of Educ. Converse, Dr. Harold D.: Asso. Prof, of Psych.; Cornwell, M. Rex: Inst, in Educ. and Psych.; Daley, Dr. Billy C.: Prof, of Educ.; Dechant, Dr. Emerald V.: Prof, of Educ.; Dobbs, Dr. Edith L.: Asso. Prof, of Educ. Duncan, Gerald: Asst. Prof, of Educ.; Groesbeclc, Dr. Hulda, Prof, of Educ.; Hamilton, Dr. Samuel: Prof, of Phil.; Harsh, Donna: Inst, in Educ.; Johnson, Arris: Inst, in Educ.; King, Dr. John D.: Asso. Prof, of Educ. and Psych. Kurtz, Dr. Ray V.: Asso. Prof, of Educ.; McCaa, B. B.: Inst, in Psych.; Price, Dr. Gordon W.: Prof, of Educ.; Rawlings, Dr. Edna: Asso. Prof, of Psych.; Rawlings, Irving: Asst. Prof, of Psych.; Robinson, Dr. William N.: Asso. Prof, of Educ. Slechta, Joan M.: Inst, in Psych.; Stans- bury, James: Inst, in Educ.; Staven, Dr. LaVier L: Prof, of Educ.; Sodamann, Harold: Asst. Prof, of Educ.; Wood, Dr. W. Clement: Prof, of Educ.; Youmans, Dr. Raymond: Prof, of Educ. 24 Rarick Hall, constructed in 1911, is the center of activities in the division of education, philosophy and psychology. le first colleges in this area to have a r preparing driver education instructors, r-Hb is one ot th drivacator unit foi Video-tape recording equipment is used in many classes in education and psycho- logy. It has proved especially useful in the block courses. Established during the past year, the H. B. Reed Center provides experience for students preparing to work with the mentally retarded. ’jjfTrTii ij ■ IfTTpriT r lli’Kl ril I 1 lM Graduate students conduct required discussion groups in psychology classes. 25 Sheridan Coliseum has been the home of health, physical educa tion and recreation for many years. Square dancing prepares the student to participate in a pastime which is gaining popularity. Baxter, Inez: Instructor in Health, Nurse; Bogue, Dr. Russell: Asst. Prof, of Phys. Educ.: Brehm, Charles: Instructor in Phys. Educ. Cook, Frances E.: Instructor in Health, Nurse; Damro, DiAnne: Instruc- tor in H.P.E.R.; Duncan, Patricia: In- structor in Phys. Educ. Francis, Alex: Prof, of Phys. Educ.; Hobbs, Earl, R.: Instructor in H.P.E.R.; Johnson, Ralph: Instructor in H.P.E.R.; Joy, Ruth: Instructor in Health, Nurse; Lojka, Glen F.: Instructor in H.P.E.R.; McConnell, Wayne J.: Assoc. Prof, of Phys. Educ. McNeil, Edgar: Assoc. Prof, of Phys. Educ.; Popp, Nancy: Asst. Prof, of Phys. Educ.; Ridgway, Arthur: Instructor in H.P .E.R.; Somers, Monice: Instructor in H.P.E.R.; Suran, Cade: Prof, of Phys. Educ., Dir. of Athletics; Winter, David H.: Instructor in Phys. Educ. 26 Women learn the basic skills of fencing, as well as the funda- mentals of poise, in body mechanics class. Physical Fitness Fostered By Faculty in Physical Ed. Physical education majors, as well as students in other academic fields, can benefit from the opportunity to participate in sports and develop physical and mental skills. Both men and women students are encouraged to participate in intramural sports programs or in one of the nine varsity sports. As a result of recent stress on youth and adult physi- cal fitness, the demand for professional people in the field of Health, Physical Education and Recreation has increased. This year, for the first time, the health edu- cation staff was reinforced with a full-time athletic trainer, Ralph Johnson. His concerns are the care and prevention of athletic injuries in varsity sports and the rehabilitation of injured students in order that they may eventually return to athletic competition. With architects working on details, a new H.P.E.R. complex is presently in the preliminary planning stage. Dr. James Belisle heads the health, physical education and recreation department at Fort Hays State. 27 Incorporating modern recording equipment and virtually every type audio-visual device, the language laboratory is one of the most completely equipped in the state as it concentrates on hearing and speaking a language. Alcantara, Antonia R.: Instructor in Lang.; Batty, Elizabeth M.: Instructor in Eng ; Bogart, Katherine L.: Assoc. Prof, of Eng.; Carballo, Benito; Asst. Prof, of Lang. Coder, Dr. Ralph V.: Prof, of Eng.; Coulson, Marion F.: Assoc. Prof, of Eng.; Davidson, Eleanor: Instructor in Eng.; Day, R. Paul: Instructor in Eng.; Dion, Grace: Instructor in Eng.; Edwards, Dr. Clifford: Assoc. Prof, of Eng. Gatschet, Paul: Instructor in Eng.; Gar- ner, Naomi: Asst. Prof, of Eng.; Gieber, Robert: Instructor in Lang.; Graber, Dr. Paul A.: Prof, of Lang.; Harper, Paul: Instructor in Eng.; Hartley, Thomas: Asst. Prof, of Journ., Dir of Information Serv- ices. In times of warm weather the use of the campus lawn as a meeting place for classes and discussions increases. The foun- tain in front of Picken Hall provides seating for students as David Ison conducts an open-air English class. 28 Dr. William R. Thompson completes his third year as head of the division of language, literature and speech. New Literature Program Goes on Trial in the Fall One of the largest divisions on campus, the divi- sion of language, literature and speech, prepares stu- dents to communicate effectively through speaking and writing either in English or in any of five foreign languages. Announcement was made this year of a new intro- duction to literature course which will be employed on an experimental basis next fall. Students will be allowed to choose their own methods of achieving the goals of the course as there will be no regular class meetings. Study aids will be provided by the teaching staff with taped lectures, prepared essays, films, discussion groups and group tutorials available to the students. Newly developed in the language department is the masters degree program in Spanish. Heather, Jack R.: Assoc. Prof, of Speech; Henry, Gordon C.: Instructor in Journal- ism; Herndon, Dr. Geneva: Prof, of Speech; Ison, David: Instructor in Eng.; Jimenez, Juan: Instructor in Lang. Johnson, Sidney E.: Asst. Prof, of Speech; Ketchum, Harriet V.: Assoc. Prof, of Speech; Kim, Dr. Suksan: Asst. Prof, of Eng.; Kitzman, George H.: Asst. Prof, of Speech; Kuchar, Dr. Roman V.: Assoc. Prof, of Lang.; Lowen, Robert: Instructor in Journ. Maxson, Leon: Instructor in Journ.; Max- well, Robert: Instructor in Eng.; Mc- Farland, Alice: Asst. Prof, of Eng.; Meade, Michael: Instructor in Lang.; Miller, Danny L.: Asst. Prof, of Speech; Morrison, Alice: Assoc. Prof, of Eng. Nahas, Marwan: Instructor in Lang.; Parish, Dr. Verna: Prof, of Eng.; Pfeifer, Leona: Instructor in Lang.; Reinecke, Robert: Instructor in Speech; Rogers, Katherine: Asst. Prof, of Journ.; Sackett, Marjorie: Instructor in Eng. Sackett, Dr. Samuel J.: Prof, of Eng.; Schwartz, Perry T.: Instructor in Speech; Stout, Dr. Roberta: Prof, of Eng.; Ward, Douglas: Instructor in Eng.; Winterlin, DeWayne: Instructor in Lang.; Witt, Grace: Instructor in Eng. 29 Forsyth Library Boasts Additional Study Space With the opening of the new Forsyth Library dur- ing the summer of 1967, students now have readily available an excellent study and reference center. The library has a more than 300,000-item capacity and is a depository for U.S. and Kansas documents. Over 300 individual study carrels are included in the total seating capacity which exceeds 1 ,000. Among the items on file in the microfilm lab at Forsyth are a complete run of the New York Times, history and news concerning the Fort, magazines and the Hays papers. Although FHS does not grant a degree in library science, several courses are offered and students can complete up to 20 hours in the division. Growth in class enrollments is seen as a result of increased in- terest in the need for librarians in all levels of school- ing and public facilities. Extensive remodeling is in store for the old library which provided limited classroom space during the 1967-68 school year. With the museum retaining its position on the first floor of the building, the re- modeling on the other two floors would open 1 2 class- rooms, 25 faculty offices and two secretarial stations. Marc Campbell, chairman of the division of library science, guided the library move. Along with its service of loaning books, pamphlets and docu- ments, Forsyth Library provides typing rooms, film and record loans and a photostatic copying service. Located behind the library is a parking lot for students and staff. 30 Individual study carrels in the all-new Forsyth Library provide take +he daily task of studying. Three hundred carrels line isolation and good lighting for serious students as they under- the walls and some of the aisles of the library. Moving equipment to the new library entails the use of .an outside elevator. Christopher, Rachel: Asst. Prot. of Li- brary Sci.; Gross, Erna: Instructor in Li- brary Sci, Circulation Librarian. Harlcness, Margery: Asst. Prof, of Li- brary Sci., Cataloger Librarian; Powell, Bettie: Instructor in Library Sci., Acquisi- tions Librarian. Reed, Lawrence " Mac " : Instructor in Li- brary Sci., Reference Librarian; Riley, Esta Lou: Asst. Prof, of Library Sci., Serials Librarian. Schmidt, Fred C. Jr.: Instructor in Li- brary Sci., Documents Librarian; Smith, Robert: Instructor in Library Sci. 31 Making an innovation in music instruction at FHS, non-piano majors form a class for group piano lessons. Youngsters pack the Coliseum on a rainy day for a children ' s concert presented by the Civic Symphony. Group Piano Instruction Started in Music Division An addition to the division of music during the past year was the organization of group piano in- struction. Being more practical for teaching piano to the non-piano major, group piano instruction em- phasizes sight reading, harmonization and transposi- tion of melodies, chords and accompaniment as well as the repertoire and technique emphasized in pri- vate instruction. Increasing interest in all areas of music has been evident from the growth of classes throughout the (division. Freshmen comprised an unusually large num- ber of promising students in the division. Dr. Leland Bartholomew combines the roles of administrator and participant by augmenting teaching with performances. 32 Home for music majors, speech majors and the radio sta- Located in the east half of the building, the music depart- tion, Malloy Hall is also one of the newest campus structures. ment echoes with vocal and instrumental music. Atkins, Alison: Instructor in Music: Bastin, Ernest: In- structor in Music: Brown, Robert: Assoc. Prof, of Music; Dilley, Lyle: Asst. Prof, of Music; Figler, Byrnell: Asst. Prof, of Music. Goeser, Patrick: Instructor in Music; Huber, John: In- structor in Music; Jennings, Norman: Instructor in Music; Miller, Dr. Lewis: Asst. Prof, of Music; Moyers, Edwin: Assoc. Prof, of Music. Palmer, H. G.: Assoc. Prof, of Music; Schleich, Phyllis: Asst. Prof, of Music; Stolba, Dr. K Marie: Asst. Prof, of Music: Stout, Dr. Donald: Prof, of Music: Wilki ns, Dr. William D.: Prof, of Music. 33 Coming to understand lab equipment and techniques is an- other facet of a future nurse ' s education. Taking time from her many duties, a student nurse pauses to comfort one of the younger patients on the floor. Nurses Prof. Leora B. Stroup, chairman of the division of nursing is honored as the founder of the army air evacuation program. receive practical experience at local hospitals while they con- tinue to study on campus. 34 Climaxing a year and a half of hard work and study, the moment arrives when each nurse receives her cap. Nursing Endowment Means Accreditation for Program Leaving Sheridan Coliseum after the capping ceremony, student nurses proudly carry their Nightingale Lamps. One of the largest gifts ever given to Fort Hays State will provide the college ' s first endowed faculty chair and clear the barriers for national accreditation of the nursing program. Estimated at more than $400,000, the bequest is from the estate of Floyd J. Wagner, a railroad official from Pratt. After receiving their caps at a ceremony in February, sophomore nursing students began their student nursing program in the two Hays hospitals. This year the student nurses used the facilities of St. Anthony Hospital as well as Hadley Memorial Hospital. Senior nursing students train in specialized fields of nurs- ing during their affiliations in Topeka and Chicago hos- pitals. In charge of the students in obstetrical and pediatric nursing at the University of Chicago Hospital is Mary Ed- walds, instructor in nurse education. Psychiatric nursing is studied in Topeka. Allen, Linda Cress: Instructor in Nurse Educ.: Gangwer, Connie: Instructor in Nurse Educ. Lounsberry, Elinor: Asst. Prof, of Nurse Educ.; Theis, Ruth: Instructor in Nurse Educ.; Edwalds, Mary (not pictured): Instructor in Nurse Educ. — Chicago Assignment. 35 Professors, Students Help With Research Projects Student enrollment, graduate as well as under- graduate, has increased in the entire physical science division with especially high increases in the field of geology. Students aided three faculty members working on state-and nation-sponsored research projects. One project was sponsored by the Kansas Heart Assn, and the other two were supported by the National Science Foundation. During the summer of 1967, Dr. Harold S. Choguill and Wilmont Toalson were with the USAID program as consultants in the Teacher Institutes in India. In the spring of 1968, Dr. Choguill returned to India for his third year but returned to FHS in time for the summer session. Classes in this division include courses in the fields of mathematics, chemistry, geology and physics. Dr. Harold S. Choguill, chairman of the division made his third trip to India in the spring of 1968. Baxter, Vivian: Instructor in Math.; Brooks, Doyle K.: Assoc. Prof, of Physics; Curtis, Nancy: Asst. Prof, of Math. Dressier, Dr. Robert: Asst. Prof, of Chem.; Dryden, Laurence: Assoc. Prof, of Math.; Etter, Orville: Asst. Prof, of Math.; Hegg, Peter: Instructor in Math.; Marshall, Delbert: Asst. Prof, of Chem. Marshall, Everett: Assoc. Prof, of Math.; McGregor, Dr. Jack: Assoc. Prof, of Geology; McMechan, Dr. James: Assoc. Prof, of Chem.; Miller, Dr. Halsey: Asst. Prof, of Geology; Pinkall, Robert: Instructor in Physics. Rice, Dr. Jimmy: Prof, of Math.: Richards, Robert C.: Assoc. Prof, of Chem.; Rolfs, Marvin: Asst. Prof, of Math.; Rumpel, Dr. Max: Assoc. Prof, of Chem.; Toalson, Wilmont: Prof, of Math. Veed, Ellen: Assoc. Prof, of Math.; Walker, M. V.: Assoc. Prof, of Geology; Wilson, John: Instructor in Physics; Wilson, Marilynn: Instructor in Math.; Witten, Dr. Maurice: Assoc. Prof, of Physics. 36 Working in the museum with such items as this giant mastodon skull found in Western Kansas, students studying geology and paleontology are able to acquire firsthand experience in their areas of work and study. Physics majors include among their classroom experiences work with available equipment in the electronics laboratory. Offices and classes in the division of physical science are located in Albertson Hall, a combination of the old and new. 37 Knowledge of the geographical regions of the world provides a nec- essary background for the study of history and sociology. Documents Vital In Social Science Among matters of significance to the divi- sion of social sciences this past year was the completion of the new Forsyth Library which made available an excellent documents library of particular importance to students studying pre-law and legal training. Responsible for the first documents library on campus in 1936, Dr. W. D. Moreland, chairman of the division of social sciences, has maintained an active interest in its de- velopment throughout the years. Included in the division of social science are history, political science and sociology. Facul- ty offices and classes in these areas of study are located in two buildings, Picken Hall and Sheridan Coliseum. Two faculty members in this division were selected as professors of the month and one was nominated for outstanding faculty woman of the year. After more than 30 years in various teac h- ing positions at Fort Hays State, Dr. More- land will retire at the end of the 1968-69 ac- ademic year. Flanked by a student from the division and the documents librarian, Dr. W. D. Moreland, chairman of the division of social sciences, stands in the documents library which he helped to establish at FHS in 1936. 38 Students completing the pre-law program at FHS may qual- ify to enter law school at Kansas University or Washburn on the basis of their grade point average and the results of the Law School Admission Test. Brown, David: Instructor in Soc. Sci.; Carlson, Terry: Instructor in Sociol.; Da- vidson, Dr. Gordon W.: Assoc. Prof, of History: Forsythe, James L.: Asst. Prof, of History. Garton, Barbara: Instructor in History; Heil, Richard P.: Instructor in Pol. Sci.; Hodge, Patricia: Instructor in Sociol.; Jones, Thomas A.: Asst. Prof, of History; Oliva, Dr. Leo E.: Assoc. Prof, of History; Schmeller, H. J.: Instructor in History. Slechta, Donald B.: Assoc. Prof, of Pol. Sci.; Smith, Dr. Wilda M.: Prof, of His- tory; Stoclcwell, Glenn: Instructor in Pol. Sci. and Sociol.; Taylor, Dr. George: Asst. Prof, of Sociol.; Tomlinson, John: Assoc. Prof, of Pol. Sci.; Witt, Robert: Assoc. Prof, of Pol. Sci. and Sociol. 39 Honors Students Tackle Special Study Program Students can work individually or in pairs or with the aid of a professor as they study the varied fields offered in the curriculum of the honors program. Besides her duties in the English department, Dr. Verna Parish, professor of English, heads the honors division. Natural science field trips are major sources of information for students participating in honors. Presented by a selected faculty for students of outstanding intellectual ability, the Honors Program is a special curriculum offering colloquia and sem- inars. Such study is designed to develop interpersonal relations and understanding and skill in coping with a wide variety of problem situations in small groups. Begun in 1963, the program is becoming more stable and is increasing in enrollment. In order to graduate from the division, a student must complete 24 semester hours of work which take the place of the basic studies requirements. Entry into the pro- gram is by invitation based on intellectual achieve- ment. Provisions for adjustment are made if a student enters the program after his first semester or leaves it prior to graduation. 40 Students participating in the Honors Program find that indivi- dual instruction as well as colloquial sessions enhances their learning experiences. Forest Sraber works on an honors pro- ject with his instructor, Dr. James McMechan. 41 Speech Faculty Members Win ‘Outstanding 9 Awards Two faculty members in the speech department were awarded the titles of the Outstanding Faculty Woman and the Professor of the Year for 1 968. One of nine candidates chosen by the All Student Coun- cil for Professor of the Month, Dan Miller, assistant profes- sor of speech, was selected for the yearly title by the entire student body. Nominated by various campus or- ganizations and chosen by a panel of women students, Harriet Ketchum, associate professor of speech, was named outstanding Faculty Woman on the basis of per- sonality, teaching ability and concern for students. Joining the faculty in 1966, five-foot-six-inch Miller was to fill the shadow of six-foot-six-inch Jim Costigan as debate coach. Costigan is on sabbatical leave. Miller ' s debate teams have an enviable record and for the first time in history, FHS hosted two debate tournaments. As a result of Miss Ketchum ' s efforts in 1948, her first year at FHS, the campus radio station was begun. After only a year in radio instruction, however, Miss Ketchum returned to speech and drama where she has since remained. Other Candidates TOP ROW: Edwards, Dr. Clifford: Assoc. Prof, of Eng.; Hulett, Gary: Assoc. Prof, of Botany; Lojka, Glen: Instructor in Phys. Educ.; McCullicIc, Jack: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus. BOTTOM ROW: Oliva, Dr. Leo: Assoc. Prof, of History; Pfeifer, Leona: Instructor in Lang.; Popp, Nancy: Asst. Prof, of Phys. Educ.; Stockwell, Glen: Instructor in Pol. Sci. and Sociol. 42 After receiving the title of Outstanding Faculty Woman at spotlight with Pam Alspaw who holds the title of Outstanding the annual Associated Women Students Honors Night, Miss Senior Woman. Harriet Ketchum, associate professor of speech, shares the TOP ROW: Alcantara, Antonia: Instructor in Lang.: Atkins, Alison: Instructor in Music; Gallion, Leona: Asst. Prof, of Econ. and Bus.; Harsh, Donna: Instructor in Educ.; Lounsberry, Elinor: Asst. Prof, of Nurse Educ. BOTTOM ROW: McFarland, Alice: Asst. Prof, of Eng.; Pfeifer, Leona: Instructor in Lang.; Smith, Dr. Wilda: Pref. of Hist.; Somers, Monice: Instructor in H.P.E.R.; Stouffer, Jean: Dean of Women. Other Candidates 43 Legal Board — BACK ROW: Ken Havner, Bob Maxwell. FRONT ROW: Calvin Simmons, Jean Stouffer. Legal Board Reviews Cases for Students As a branch of Student Court, Legal Board received the power to hear cases involving FHS students in trouble. The board is quali- fied to hear cases concerning incidents on campus or in the city of Hays. As a discipli- nary body, the board decides appropriate action for individual cases. Attempts are made to counsel the student to insure a re- turn to the proper college atmosphere. Also the board tries to be sure that the situation is not repeated. All members have equal voting power. Stu- dents are represented by the Chief Justice and Attorney General while the Deans of Men and Women represent the administra- tion. Traffic Tribunal Reviews Set up as a division of All Student Council, Traffic Tribunal hears appeals for non-moving campus viola- tions. The tribunal is comprised of five students ap- pointed by the ASC president, three faculty mem- bers and the chief of the campus security force. The Parking Ticket Complaints committee passed a ruling that faculty members would have to purchase parking permits beginning in the fall of 1968. Each semester the group hears be- tween 50 and 60 appeals. Mark Giese served as presiding officer of the group. Traffic Tribunal — BACK ROW: Rex Powell, Bob Maxwell, Rex Stouffer, Jo Anne Tedesco, Mark Giese. Cornwell, Mick Farrell. FRONT ROW: Wendell Wyatt, Jean 44 All-Student Council — BACK ROW: E. Jay Deines, Clark Chip- man, Richard Stahl, Lynda Bongartz, Randy Bane, Trudy Holler, John Wheeler. SECOND ROW: David Zwink, Bill Rogers, Lois Ruder, Sharia Barber, Rex Cooper. FRONT ROW: Don Whittecar, Randall Baxter, Paula Murphy, Mark Giese, Sylvia Havner, Faye Gilchrist. Student Representation Considered Goal of ASC Representing the desires of the student body and attempting to exert pressure for proper action are considered goals of All Student Council. Clark Chip- man served as president and Randy Baxter as chair- man. The group sponsored professor of the month, student-faculty retreat, controversial speaker series and other activities. Cheerleaders and persons rep- resenting the college at professional meetings re- ceived funds. Student Organizations Committee — BACK ROW: Bob Maxwell, Dr. Gordon Price. FRONT ROW: Dr. Benito Carballo, Jean Stouffer, John Eck. SOC Promotes, Approves Student-Faculty Groups Promoting, coordinating, and evaluating student organizations associated with the college headlines Student Organizations Committee activities. This group grants initial approval and continued recogni- tion to all student and student-faculty organizations. When a group receives approval, a certificate is awarded. Jean Stouffer served as chairman of the organization. The committee had six faculty members and five students. 45 Associated Women Students — BACK ROW: Jean Stouffer (sponsor), Terry Carswell, Barbara Emery, Barbara Bolt, Jill Joyce, Connie Ballard, Kathy Fisher, Deanna Stevens, Kay Thielen, Lynn Corn, Sharia Barber, Judy Bergren. SECOND ROW: Dixie Westervelt, Janice Criswell, Nancy Boyd, Elaine Rynerson, Cathy Avery, Linda Johnson, Merrie Rolland, Linda O ' Dell, RoAnn Harmon, Sally Enfield, Marty Davis, Mary Brook- over. FRONT ROW: Jari Marietta, Anita Laas, Charlotte Rupp, Joyce Tittel, Susan Rauscher, Charlotte Arnhold, Sue Ingram, Kathy Newberry, Gloria Kerr. Hilda Fajardo, Vergie Opdycke, Sue Rockwell. AWS Establishes Guidelines for FHS Women Second only in membership to the All Student Body, Associated Women Students is comprised of all women students enrolled at Fort Hays State. Representatives from the various living districts are elected in the spring and serve on the AWS council which establishes guidelines for FHS coeds. Sharia Barber was president of the organization. AWS sponsored an all-campus sing out on the banks of Big Creek in the fall. This year ' s Reveille Queen received her crown at the AWS-sponsored Snowball dance. Capping off the year ' s activities for AWS was Honor ' s night at which were announced the Out- standing Faculty Woman and the Outstanding Senior Woman. Terry Keenan, Seward senior, takes part in radio broadcasts as well as serving as first semester station manager. Students Direct, Present Campus Radio Programs KFHS Radio student personnel broadcast regular programs to the residence halls and the Memorial Union. With a revised program suited to the listen- ers, the station featured NASA tapes on the U.S. space program along with all types of musical pro- grams from classical through modern and popular. Radio programs were broadcast from 3:30 to 10:30 p.m. daily and featured such shows as Happy Hour, Classical Hour, Showtime, the Jazz Show and the Star Personality Show. Making its annual appear- ance in the spring, Tiger Talent Time was transmitted from McMindes Hall. Campus talent participated in the program in which the audience chose the top talent. Terry Keenan served as station manager at KFHS for the fall semester and John Kreighbaum took over the duties for the spring. Jack Heather, associate professor of speech, is the faculty adviser. Plans are in the making for innovations and im- provements in the present facilities in Malloy Hall. Further additions to the operations include tele- vision equipment for extended and more complete study of the television industry along with the radio. John Kreighbaum, second semester station manager, and Jack Heather, adviser, confer on record selection. Students in radio operations learn to operate the equipment, to compile material for broadcast and to announce programs. . ■» - -1 m • ' — -1 k ▼ r- H L 47 Brian Windholz— Managing Editor Susan Trout — Society Editor Norris — Business Manager Leader distribution day changed from Thursday to Friday in 1968 in order to give the staff more time to gather and compile the week ' s news stories for more complete campus coverage. Gordon C. Henry assumed the position of adviser and Rick Schwein served as editor-in- chief as the State College Leader experienced a year of " re- building. " Under their leadership the publication earned a first-class rating from the Associated Col- legiate Press for the fall semester. Although relatively inexperienced in newspaper pro- duction, the new staff managed to turn out a Leader that covered the wide variety of campus activities from sports events, through campus politics, to Artist and Lectures programs. Leader Circulation Moves From Thursday to Friday Rick Schwein — Editor-in-chief 48 Jan Shaffer — News Editor Gordon Henry — Adviser Mike Berry — Editorial Asst. Loren Stanton — Asst. News and Sports Editor Les Anderson — Sports Editor Leader Staff Members: Terry Gieber, car- toonist; Tom Hudson, circulation; Barbara Huser, reporter. Sharon Jacobs, reporter; Joyce Luder, re- porter; Gary May, advertising. Sidney McCormick, reporter; Ken Ross, senior reporter; Robert Wherry, reporter. Dianne Gum — Advertising and Senior Editor David Berry — Sports Editor Beverly Ebright — Greek Editor HtlFS til V . • ■1 One Semester Does It! Photography Staff: Leon Maxson, Director of Photography, Steve Eller, Ian Bentley, Dennis Mitchell, Ron Heggemeier. Reveille Staff Members — TOP ROW: Teresa Baldwin, advertising; Mary Burnett, academics; Dana Hewett Jr. and Karen Hewett, circulation. BOTTOM ROW: Kent Hill and Venita Hill, index; Joyce Luder, academics; Sheryle Simmons, administration. Mrs. Katherine Rogers — Adviser Kathy Walters — Editor Left without an editor, the Reveille Staff was forced to begin anew at mid-year. Taking over the reins in January, Kathy Walters and the members of the staff brought the book to completion in time for its fall delivery. Once again the Reveille earned an All-Ameri- can rating from the Associated Collegiate Press. Edited by Ron Fischli, the 1967 edition of the Fort FHays State yearbook received the honor, the third for the publication in as many years. Covering campus activities from September through May, the Reveille staff became ac- quainted with personnel in all departments and organizations. Regular salaries are offered to top staffers with bonuses available to assistants. This year ' s Reveille Queen, Karen Anderson, received her crown at the AWS Snowball. 51 Student Life 52 Increased traffic reflects the activity on the day that students crease in enrollment, the college ' s five residence halls reached move into their residence halls or apartments. With an in- their capacity housing 1 ,236 students. With aid of boxes, baskets, and carts, stu- dents move into their housing unit. Recruited to help carry in possessions, men provide valuable assistance to a McMindes Hall resident. Parents also aid students with the task. 1 ■ VI ‘ • ■ 4 w m i 1 JKk L ■ • SH 1 Li H n v ‘•Jm. .S l a5T , 1 ■ P Students Undertake Biannual Enrollments Feelings of anticipation and frustration often greet students as they prepare for each semester- of college life. Schedules, moving in, books and tuition are but a few of the problems confronting enrollees. Similar emotions are felt by administra- tors at FHS at enrollment time as they try to arrange classroom space for the ever in- creasing number of students. Efforts to accommodate the fall semes- ter ' s record enrollment of 5, 1 1 5 included the remodeling of the old library building into classrooms. Residence halls also experienced the squeeze of the student increase as they filled to capacity first semester. Writing a check to pay tuition and fees, a student completes her enrollment for fall semester. Registration of automobiles accounts for only one of the seemingly endless forms which must be completed during enrollment. Waiting in line to purchase textbooks, notebooks, and other supplies becomes a common practice for students during enrollment. 55 Sorority women help Sigma Phi Epsilon men distribute cig- arettes, matches, and refreshments at their smoker. Fall Schedule Provides Wide Scope of Activities Cool days, falling leaves and a bustling campus set the scene for the busiest season of the academic year. One of the first events of the fall is marked by a visit from students ' parents who tour FHS. Selected students and faculty met at Camp PECUSA for the annual student-faculty retreat in late September. Greek organizations participated in fall activities with fraternity smokers for prospective members. Voter turnout for fall elections was quite small. Freshmen chose class officers while representatives for All Student Council and Associated Women Students were elected by particular electorates. Besides the regular Artists and Lectures entertain- ment, other programs were Scheduled for the fall. Civil rights worker Dick Gregory and Nicky Cruz, a former juvenile delinquent, addressed FHS audiences. Brought to campus by All-Student Council, comedian Dick Gregory presents views on the racial situation in the United States. Gregory warned that unless white America learns to adjust, American cities will explode with riots. 56 Students crowd into Memorial Union to receive copies of the 1967 Reveille. Saluting the centennial of Hays, the 360-page book developed around the theme The Heritage and the Challenge, showing the growth of college and city. Conducting his Parents ' Day guests on a tour of campus, a Fort Hays Stater points out sights of interest. Casting their ballots, students select the candidate of their choice in one of several fall elections on campus. 57 " Go, Tigers, go! " shout a cheerleader and the Tiger mascot as they generate enthusiasm for Saturday ' s Homecoming game. " Beat the Hornets! " Queen Tonya and one of her attendants, Judy Marcotte, sur- vey bonfire excitement after robing ceremonies Friday. Parade, Game Highlight Homecoming Activities Homecoming Day 1967, with its bonfire, tug-of- war, parade, crowning and football game has been relegated to photo albums, scrap books and memo- ries. Tonya Biggs reigned over the activities after being selected queen in a student body election. Her attendants were Pat Wess, Jan Morris, Bernice Polifka and Judy Marcotte. Queen Tonya was robed at the bonfire and was crowned during halftime cere- monies at the game. Sophomores emerged victorious in the annual tug- of-war after drenching the freshmen in the muddy waters of Big Creek. The battle lasted only 40 sec- onds. In float competition during the parade Alpha Kappa Lambda won its fifth consecutive sweepstakes torphy. Other winners were: men ' s — Men ' s P.E. Club, first, Prometheans, second; women ' s — Sigma Kappa, first, Delta Zeta, second; Independents ' — Newman Club. 58 Tugging to victory, the sophomores give the rope one last pull and send the freshmen into the waters of Big Creek. Tiger football players plan the next play in their move toward defeating the Emporia State Hornets in the Home- coming game. Dr. Sam Sackett, president of the Faculty Assn., acted as master of ceremonies for the library dedication. Arrow Express railroads the Hornets down the track to academics and wins top honors for Alpha Kappa Lambda. 59 Homecoming Queen Tonya Biggs 60 Tonya Biggs Wins Title; 15 Hopefuls Seek Crown Amid the excitement of bonfire activities, Tonya Biggs received the red robe of 1967 Homecoming Queen. Sponsored by Wiest Hall, Miss Biggs, a resident assistant at Custer Hall and a member of Associated Women Students, was elected by stu- dents from a field of 15 candidates. Miss Biggs, who enjoys sewing, swimming and water skiing, listed people as her main interest, her hobby and her job. After viewing tug-of-war activities from the Big Creek bridge and riding in a gala parade, she was crowned by President M. C. Cunningham at halftime of the football game. Other queen finalists and their sponsoring organizations included first runner-up Pat Wess, Sigma Tau Gamma; second runner-up Judy Marcotte, Prometheans; Bernice Polifka, Sigma Phi Epsilon; and Jan Morris, Delta Sigma Phi. At the dance which closed out the day ' s activities, Queen Tonya and her escort capitalize on the entertainment. Chosen in an all-campus election from a field of 15 can- didates nominated by Greek organizations and residence halls, 1967 Homecoming royalty includes Jan Morris, Pat Wess, Bernice Polifka, Judy Marcotte and Queen Tonya Biggs. 61 Performer Al Hirt presented his program to a SRO crowd in Sheridan Coliseum. To present a rendition of one of his favorite songs, Hirt teams up with his two saxophonists who include Pee Wee Spitelera. Members of The Young Set ' provide background music and Orleans swing music. Hirt ' s program, the first in the Artists accompaniment for " The King " as he performs his New and Lectures Series, combined comedy and music. 62 Former Sen. Goldwater. notes that " this generation is the best I ' ve ever seen " in his A L Series speech. Top Artists and Speakers Featured in A L Series Spotlights shone on a variety of artists and lec- turers at Fort Hays State in the fall. Trumpeter Al Hirt, along with featured artist Pee Wee Spitelera and The Young Set, ' 1 filled Sheridan Coliseum with strains of Java, ' " Sugar Lips " and other Hirt tunes. Conductor Lt. Col. W. N. Trumbull led the U.S. Army Field Band and Chorus in October for another A L show. Presenting a different form of band music the Preservation Hall Jazz Band brought its Dixieland music directly from New Orleans to con- clude October ' s schedule. Former U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater was the only lecturer to appear before FHS students in the fall A L Series. Goldwater spoke to a full house. Mezzo soprano Christiane Van Acker and lutenist Michel Podolski combined efforts in an unusual per- formance for the November A L feature. Th e Belgian duo offered a program of lute music and songs from the Renaissance and early Baroque per- iods. Concluding the Artists and Lectures Series for the fall semester was McH nry Boatwright who pre- sented a program of spirituals, oratorios and biblical songs. Boatwright is a bass-baritone singer . Drummers of the U.S. Army Field Band add rhythm to the band ' s variety of music at the A L performance. Also featured in the entertainment for the evening was the Army chorus which teamed with the band for several musical numbers. 63 Playing major roles in the play " The Skin of Our Teeth " were Sharon Loomis as Sabina, the maid for the Antrobus house- hold; Gary Walsh as Henry, the son in the family; and Sue Ostrander, a fortune teller who foretells Mr. Antrobus ' future. Mrs. Antrobus (Laura Scott) comforts her daughter Gladys (June Robinson) and her son Henry (Walsh) before the ice storm. ‘The Skin of Our Teeth’ Is First Stage Production Members of Little Theatre made their stage debut in the first fall production as they presented their interpretation of Thornton Wilder ' s play, " The Skin of Our Teeth. " According to Perry Schwartz, director, " The play is a very funny treatment of a very serious subject — the willingness of man to begin again. " Three differ- ent situations were under scrutiny during the pro- gram, and in each event man was oppressed, yet he started over. Technical aspects of the comedy were undertaken by Schwartz in direction, Robert E. Reinecke in set design and lighting, and Marie F. Reinecke in cos- tume desiqn. There were 26 actors cast in the 3 1 roles — five of the minor ' characters were double-cast. Nineteen members were on the technical crew. 64 Sonny (Bobb Meckenstock) throws a tantrum when things don ' t go his way in the play " The Dark at the Top of the- Stairs. " Cora Flood (Linda Ray) starts a fight with her husband Rubin (Phil King) which results in his leaving home. Actors Stage Inge Drama For Final Fall Production In December the curtain rose on Little Theatre ' s second dramatic endeavor, " The Dark at the Top of the Stairs " by William Inge. Director Perry Schwartz termed the show a " highly dramatic play concerned with the loneliness in our lives presented in warmly comic and emotionally tragic situations. " Original music composed by Lewis Miller, as- sistant professor of music, preceded each act to set the scene for the coming action. Character portrayal in the production included an overly shy young girl, an introverted little boy, an arguing married couple and a Jew in an alien community. Morris and Lottie Lacy (Harold Befort, Calene Boyer) discuss their family problems in front of their nephew Sonny. 65 Rush Week in November Keeps FHS Coeds Busy For one week in November, sorority girls are busy planning and giving a series of parties. Rushees are kept on the go, attending first parties, preference parties, observing quiet hours, signing cards stating their preferences and waiting for bids. Any girl attaining a 1.0 grade average at the nine weeks is eligible to go through Rush Week. Individual sororities pledge girls with 1 .0 grade averages but may require a higher grade point for activation. After a long week of constant smiling, making new friends, establishing good impressions, coping with restless nerves and making that tough final decision, the new pledges are welcomed by their new sisters and look forward to learning about their chosen so- rority. Instruction in the social graces, encourage- ment in scholastic achievement and development of leadership potential are some of the benefits of their new life. Scottish lasses in kilts and sashes visit with rushees at the Alpha Gamma Delta house during Rush Week. Sorority houses assume an air of formality for the many stu- dents participating in rush activities. Tea and cake await the women on their introduction to Greek life in the four social sororities at Fort Hays State. 66 Rush Week activities feature programs of various cultures. tion of the affluent Roman society of long ago as prospective Sigma Sigma Sigmas entertain rushees with their interpreta- Greeks acquire information from active members. Polynesian maidens in native costume and setting are on hand for the Delta Zeta rush party where they encouraged coeds to go Greek. Sigma Kappas present a " Sound of Sigma " skit for the women attending their preference party. Performing during the third part of the program, " That ' s Jazz, " brothers Earl and Gary Blauer play Ernest Bastin ' s arrangement of " Taste of Honey. " Accompanied by the band, Rita Rasmus- sen sings " More Than You Know. " Guest trombonist Earl Hoffman displays equal skill on the tuba with a solo in Act II, " Concert in the Park. " Musicians Pool Abilities For Varsity Band Show Various areas of the FHS music department com- bined efforts again this year to perform at the annual Varsity Band Show which was staged in November. All phases of talent were featured in the show in which the Tiger football band, the Jazz ensemble, the Varsity-Symphonic Band, the Tiger Debs pre- cision drill team and a barbershop quartet were among the performers. Earl Hoffman, trombone soloist, was the guest instrumentalist. Sheryle Simmons displayed her twirling talents for a session of the program and Karen Anderson was presented in a vocal number. Rita Rasmussen, vocalist, and Ernest Bastin, trumpe- ter, also performed. Lyle Dilley, assistant professor of music, directed the Varsity Band Show with the assistance of Huff- man and Bastin. Some of the parts which were staged in the show included " Gridiron Glory, " " Con- cert in the Park, " " That ' s Jazz, " and the " Finale. " Newly crowned Reveille Queen, Karen Anderson ceives her trophy from Deanna Miller. re- After her coronation, Queen Karen, her court of attendants, and their escorts lead dancers in the coronation waltz. Amid the pine trees of the " Snow Castle, " students dance to the music provided by the Ray Hempler orchestra. Reveille Queen Crowned In ‘Snow Castle’ Scene Decorations depicting the theme " Snow Castle " provided the atmosphere for the coronation of the 1968 Reveille Queen at the annual Snowball formal dance in mid-December. Presenting Karen Anderson with the crown and title of the queen was her predecessor, Nancy Ann Ward. Miss Anderson was selected for the honor by Miss America for 1968, Debra Dene Barnes of Pitts- burg, Kansas. Area weather conditions were in harmony with the theme of the formal with an ice storm providing a preview of the setting for those attending. Queen Karen and her court danced amid the array of color- fully clad couples to the music of Ray Hempler and his orchestra. Sharing the spotlight with Miss Anderson were the members of her court, Barbara Bickford, Linda Dona- hey, Arlene Hamburg and Donna Synovec. 69 Reveille Queen Karen Anderson 70 jm wm - nnrw ”- Barbara Bickford Wiest Hall Linda Donahey Sigma Kappa Arlene Hamburg Sigma Chi Miss America’s Selection Is 1968 Reveille Queen Chosen by Debbie Barnes, Miss America 1968, Karen Anderson won the title of 1968 Reveille Queen. Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta, Miss Anderson was crowned at the AWS Snowball by Nancy Ward, 1967 Reveille Queen. The queen and her sponsoring organization were presented with victory trophies. Miss Anderson ' s campus activities included mem- bership in Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and Gamma Delta, singer for the college Jazz Ensemble, and leader and organizer of " Tiger Debs " drill team. Representing her state, Miss Anderson was Kansas Junior Miss 1966 and Miss Kansas of Baton Twirling 1963. Her talents include singing, dancing, and twirl- ing. She plans to become an elementary school teacher. Judging on the basis of beauty, poise, personality, grades, and activities, a five-member faculty panel interviewed 13 candidates and named five finalists. Pictures of the five were sent to Miss America who chose the winner on beauty alone. Donna Synovec Alpha Kappa Lambda 71 Yule Vacation Highlights December’s Activity List During the short month of December, various ac- tivities including a play and a jazz concert provided campus entertainment. The annual presentation of Christmas Vespers ushered in the Yuletide Season. Sheridan Coliseum bulged at the seams as Fort Hays Staters cheered the Tiger cagers to victory in the early parF of the season. The Tigers closed out the year with the Holiday Tournament in Greeley, Colo. Several honors were bestowed on students and fac- ulty members in the last month of the year. Glen Stockwell was presented with All-Student Council ' s Professor of the Month title, Karen Anderson re- ceived the Reveille Queen crown and Jean Depper- schmidt was chosen by the Leader staff to be De- cember ' s Leader Lass. Cold but mild weather encouraged skaters to put Big Creek to use for winter sport. But, through all the excitement and activity, student attention and anticipation was concentrated on the upcoming Christmas vacation with its abundance of Christmas cheer. Students spend part of December decorating for Christmas as they trim trees in many campus buildings. Dancers at the AWS-sponsored Snowball formal witness a court of honor for Queen Karen, chosen for the title the crowning of the 1968 Reveille Queen. They provide by Miss America, Debra Barnes. 72 Weather permitting, ice-skating is one of the activities in winds its way through the campus, comes in handy during the which sports enthusiasts engage. Ice-covered Big Creek, which cold December days for those who relish the sport. Inside, in the warmth of the Coll- ... basketball players who do their ... the Tiger mascot in good spirits, seum, cheerleaders encourage vie- best to win and keep the fans and . . . But, they can ' t alwavs do that, tory to . . . 73 Practice makes perfect and perfection is the goal for stu- dents who face oral exams in foreign language courses. As zero hour nears, mental fatigue sets in and the need for immediate rest takes precedence over that review ses- sion. Forsyth Library is not the only study area on campus during finals. Students make use of every spare moment for prepara- tion. Time has come for the test, not only of the knowledge sup- posedly acquired, but of the study techniques employed. 74 Final Tests Motivate Varied Study Habits From the first day of classes to the last, there lingers the threat of final examinations in every course. Preparation for this haunt- ing experience entails maintaining up-to-date class notes, regular class attendance and, most of all, excellent cramming techniques. Finals are not only bad news to students, but they also take their toll in instructors who must compile a nd correct the exams and report grades before the deadline. After that final final, which definitely is the worst ever given, there comes a feeling of relief — maybe exuberance — and the stu- dent files another semester ' s knowledge into his already-cluttered mind. For some, the semester ' s end meant grad- uation and a new life, while others merely gathered their belongings and headed for home and a week ' s vacation. But the end of finals provided an incentive for celebration for all students before they undertook the tedious task of enrollment that began an- other education cycle from first class to final. While it seems they are unbothered by the entire situation, the faculty also faces finals with a sense of anxiety about getting them graded. Finals bring out the best in some students . . . while others survey their results with . . . and still others file them to memory and make them happy . . . sorrow and disdain . . . and look for new horizons. 75 In the Fall . . . ... we came to campus, acquainted ourselves with our new surroundings, made new friends and re- newed former friendships. In September we stationed ourselves strategically in the Union to watch our team win or lose the World Series. We chose some of these friends to be our class leaders, to perform the job of officials in the student government at Fort Hays State. Anytime was a good time for rest and relaxation and the cool, green lawns and tall shade trees were often too inviting to pass up. We stood in lines and spent money, too, in the fall. One of our many reasons for spending was the need for texts, notebooks and equipment. 76 k We also took time out for celebrations in the fall. We wanted this Homecoming to be the best yet, so we worked up some enthusiasm and headed for the bonfire on Friday evening. We also wanted to show off our surroundings to our parents. We invited them to campus on Parents ' Day for a guided tour of FHS. But most of all we came to Fort Hays State to get an edu- cation and widen our scope of knowledge through the efforts of study. Music -from the instruments of the Four Sharps filled the Memo- rial Union Ballroom for dancers at the Sweetheart formal. Queen Vickie and King Dic k look over their court from the throne of the King and Queen of Cupids of the Sweetheart Ball. Sweetheart Ball Royalty Awarded Titles, Crowns Dick Cole and Vickie Kaiser reigned over Valen- tine festivities as King and Queen of Cupids at the annual Sweetheart Ball in February. Sponsored by Custer Hall and Tau Kappa Epsilon, respectively, the royalty were elected by those attending the dance from a group of eleven nominees. Displaying their musical talents, the Four Sharps provided arrangements to fit the theme of " The Queen of Cupids. " Queen Vickie is a McPherson freshman and a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma. King Dick is a Lar- ned senior and a Delta Sigma Phi member. Other candidates for king and queen were: Jay Heckman, Martyn Howgill, John Mason, Jim Murphy, Chuck Warden, Barbara Brungardt, Joan Griese, Judy Sothers, and Fawne Winter. 78 Sophomore Captures Title In Best-Dressed Contest Lynn Com, Lawrence sophomore, took top honors in the Best-Dressed Coed Contest on campus thus becoming eligible for the national competition. The contest was sponsored by Glamour Magazine. Miss Corn was nominated for participation in the contest by residents of Agnew Hall. Runners up were Vickie Kaiser and Rose Ann Cox. Winners were se- lected from among eight coed contestants by the audience. Finalists were chosen by a panel of judges. Along with her entrance into the national compe- tition, Miss Corn will receive a trip to New York City and a special gift from the magazine. Miss Corn and other winners will be pictured in Glamour Magazine. Leap Week Activity Nets $350 for Scholarship Fund Fort Hays State took on an atmosphere of Dog- patch U.S.A. during the last week of February as the role of gentlemen was taken by the campus coeds for Leap Week. Chivalrous ladies opened doors, carried books and treated their men to snacks while the boys enjoyed the attention. In a People-to-People sponsored contest, Laah Hachmeister and Steve Helman were selected Daisy Mae and Bearded Joe. The couple was named at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Voting at a penny-a-vote netted $350 for a schol- arship for a foreign student. 79 Music, Speeches Included In Spring A L Series Artist and Lecture talent for the spring semester at FHS included a symphony orchestra, a former U.S. Congressman, a U. S. Senator and a singing group. Former Minnesota Congressman Dr. Walter H. Judd addressed an open assembly March I in Sheri- dan Coliseum and marked the opening of the spring A L season. Dr. Judd ' s topic of discussion was the Vietnam War. Also elaborating on the situation in Southeast Asia, Wyoming Senator Gale McGee presented his views on April 10. The two speakers agreed on basic war policy. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski conducted the Minneapo- lis Symphony Orchestra to open the musical portion of the A L Series with a program combining classic as well as romantic and contemporary masterpieces. Closing out the spring list of artists and lectures was the modern singing group, Harper ' s Bizarre, per- forming such of their hit tunes as " The 59th Street Bridge Song, " " Chattanooga Choo Choo " and " Anything Goes. " Dr. Walter Judd, well-known authority on world affairs paid a return visit to campus under the auspices of A L. Presenting its interpretation of a combination of music types, the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra was the first of two musical presentations of the spring A L Series. Maestro Stan- islaw Skrowaczewski conducted the Symphony. 80 Combining humor with their popular songs, the four mem- bers of the Harper ' s Bizarre sing, dance and clown their way through their two-hour A L performance. Three additional accompanists provide background music for the group ' s songs. Sen. Gale McGee explains his point of view on the Vietnam War in a lecture before an Artist and Lectures audience. People in the crowd clap hands and join in the singing to a well-known song performed by the Harper ' s Bizarre. 81 " This is Greek Week, " comes the shout from mouths and signs as campus Greeks parade through Hays. Friendly coaxing from the Greek Week crowd encourages Lou Skubal in her race to become the FHS pizza-eating champion. Members of campus fraternities and sororities test their skills in games throughout the week. Chariot, sack and toilet paper races are only a few of the games which climax a week of banquets, teas and parties planned by and for Greeks. 82 Busiest Week on Campus Occurs During Mid-April Dr. William Boyer, one of three speakers on the topic, points out the policy of the U.S. in the Vietnam War. Campaign posters and speeches help campus politicians gain seats on the All-Student Council. Pulling in the most votes for the top two ASC offices were Mike Finnin and Lois Ruder. One of the busiest weeks of the school year oc- curred April 15 to 20. Named Greek Week for its annual appearance, not all the activities of the week were limited to Greeks. All students were involved in the election of officers. Campaign posters covered the campus as candidates for office made themselves known to voters. Contests were also conducted in connection with blood donations to the Blood Mobile. KFHS radio broadcast the Tiger Talent Time which selected the top Tiger talent for 1 968. Tuesday the campus was invaded by high school seniors who came for Career Day. During three days of the week, campus organizations sponsored Viet- nam Days to present both sides of the Southeast Asian controversy. A lecture by Dr. Timothy Leary was canceled due to his imprisonment on a narcotics charge. In football action, the black Tigers press on to victory over the whites. Racers conquer hazardous driving conditions on the park race track while volunteer lap counters find protection from the rain under .umbrellas. Twenty-four men ' s and women ' s teams practice to prepare the Furloughs. Occasional pileups in the ditches result from for fast starts and quick stops which aid them in racing at the wet condition of the race track. 84 Queen Miki reigns over Furlough activities after her crown- ing Friday night at the intra-squad football game. While their teammate peddles frantically, the standbys pre- pare for their upcoming trips around the track. Two Rainy Days in April Set Scene for Furloughs Furlough Weekend came and so did the rains. Rainy weather is not the exception during the weekend of the Fort Hays Furloughs but neither does it dampen the spirits of the bicycle teams or the on-lookers yelling encouragement during the races. Black and white teams of Tigers tangled in the an- nual intra-squad football game Friday evening with the Blacks downing the Whites 26-13. During half- time activities at the game, Miki Dreiling received the title of Furlough Queen. Sponsored by Sigma Chi and elected by the student body, the Hays freshman was crowned by President M. C. Cunningham. In racing competition at the State Park, the Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes out-peddled their I I opponent teams and won the first place trophy. Bringing home the cup on the distaff side of the roster was Women ' s Recreation Assn. Number 2. Faculty members were sold to the highest bidders at the faculty slave auction. Members of the Vet- erans Club managed the Fifth Annual Furlough. 85 Wearing dresses originating in Iran, these American coeds model the costumes as a native Iranian commentates. These students demonstrate the ancient sport of Judo which is still popular in sport and as a protective skill. 86 Foreign Students Share Their Homeland Customs Displays of international customs and art work filled the Memorial Union for the International Art Festival sponsored by the foreign students. Dressed in native costumes, the international stu- dents hosted a meal which consisted of Oriental, Near Eastern and European dishes. In the program following the dinner, the students performed in talent numbers of music, dancing and sports events. Varieties of stringed and woodwind instruments were used for solos and accompaniment. Judo and Thailand boxing were the two sports demonstrated for the guests. Narrators and models participated in a style show which displayed native costumes. In the upper level of the Union the students showed art work and other items from their homelands. Boxing gloves mean little to the fighters in Thailand boxing where the feet are the main weapons of attack. I Voting in the 1968 Leader Lass election resulted in a tie between two of the nine beauties selected by the State Col- lege Leader staff. Sharing the title were Susan Nielsen, Russell sophomore, and Gwen Beebe, Wichita freshman. Campus Men Unable to Choose One Leader Lass Chosen on the basis of beauty and photographic quality, nine Fort Hays State coeds reigned as Leader Lass during the year. Members of the State College Leader staff nominated and selected a coed each month of the academic year to occupy the featured spot on the front page of the college weekly. Unable to pick just one winner from the group of lasses, FHS men, voting as the final judges, nar- rowed the field to two women but could go no further. So, for the first time in the history of the annual contest, two coeds were awarded the title of Leader Lass of the Year. Sue Nielsen, January ' s Leader Lass, and Gwen Beebe, Leader Lass for the month of March, were 1 968 ' s winners. Taking third place honors in the election was Cheryl Fort, Ulysses freshman and October ' s Lass. Penny Ryan, Scott City freshman, headed the list of Leader Lasses with her election in September. Sharing November ' s spotlight with Thanksgiving was Susan McClaren, Lewis freshman, while Jean Depper- schmidt appeared during the Christmas month. Miss December was a sophomore from Park. Teresa Potts, Haysville freshman, was the Leader staff ' s February Valentine and Johne Clawson, Gor- ham, and Mary Edwards, Wellington, held their tiltes during the spring months of April and May. Both were freshmen. 87 tf • Bewildered by the entire situation, this poor billy is every- coeds work with all their might to down the goat and bind body ' s — at least the coeds ' — goat at the Rodeo. Determined three of his legs to win in this competition. 88 Willa Thompson, Talmage freshman, was chosen by members of the Rodeo Club to be queen of the Rodeo. FHS Girls’ Team Takes Winning Trophy at Rodeo Two weeks after the Furlough came the annual Rodeo and, not unlike the Furlough, the Rodeo brought much-needed rains to the Hays area. Besides the normal man against beast aspect of rodeo action this year, as in years past, there was the added battle of man and beast against the elements. However, the skies did clear for Saturday night, the second night of action. FHS ' s girls ' team took top honors in the Third Annual Rodeo and the men ' s team placed second. Events at the Rodeo included bareback riding, calf roping, bull riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, barrel racing and goat tying. Joe Hedrick, former Fort Hays State student and rodeo star, performed as clown for the event. Now a teacher, Hedrick ' s act included a trained mule, Susie, and two trained performing llamas. Brahma bull riding is one of the highlights of any rodeo and certainly brings excitement to the crowds as the rider hangs onto the rope in hopes of outlasting the bull. Livestock and cowboys both fight elements of rain and mud this year. 89 Ellen Manville complains to her husband Milt that something has gone awry in their formerly happy marriage. Three Actors Comprise Entire Cast of Play ‘Luv’ Theatregoers witnessed Fort Hays State ' s rendi- tion of Murray Schisgal ' s comedy " Luv " in March. Comprised of only three actors, the play was filled with physical and verbal comedy which is con- cerned with absurd exaggerations of problems that face mankind. One of the major concerns of the play was " the meaninglessness of it all. " Dr. Lewis Miller, assistant professor of music, composed a song to match cliches in Schisgal ' s lyr- ics. Perry Schwartz, instructor in speech, directed the third little theatre production of the year, and Robert Reinecke, instructor in speech, designed and engi- neered construction of the scenery. Dorothy Welter, Norton freshman, portrayed Ellen Manville, the only female character. Ellen ' s husband, Milt, was played by Art Dirks, WaKeeney senior. Completing the cast was Phil King, Albuquerque, N.M., senior, who played Harry Berlin. In one manner or another newlyweds Ellen and Harry Berlin attempt to prove their love for one another. 90 Short scenes and quick changes brought the effect of cinema to the stage in Felten-Start Theater for the production of " The General Returns From One Place to Another. " Wayne Madi- son. Council Bluffs, Iowa, freshman, was the general. " Tiresias " deals with what was a serious political problem to France in 1917 — repopulation and emancipation of women. One Act Plays Close Out Little Theatre Productions Closing out Little Theatre productions for the year were two one-act plays, " The Breasts of Tiresias " and " The General Returns From One Place to Another. " " Fragment, " by Kurt Schwitters, symbolizes the usual rejection of the new, the radical and the for- eign. This short play preceded the two one-acts. Written by Guilliaume Appolinaire, " The Breasts of Tiresias " is one of the first surrealistic plays. In the play Tiresias is a young woman who revolts against child bearing and denies her sex to enter into a num- ber of masculine activities. " The General, " by Frank O ' Ftara, uses over 20 scenes to portray a revolt against the military mind and a plea for a return to the human arts and the value of beauty. Perry Schwartz directed the plays. FORSYTH LIBRARY FORT HAYS KANSAS STATE COLLEGE 91 Graduation 1968 Is . . . fitting a cap and gown . . . . . . practicing in the heat of the sun . . . . . . listening to words of wisdom from the podium . . . Sports 94 Character is the re- sult of two things . . . mental attitude and the way we spend our time - Elbert Hubbard AII-CIC fullback Rich Dreiling charges toward the goal line as Emporia State defenders move into his path. Fort Hays State downed Emporia 26-7 in the afternoon Homecoming contest to post the second victory of the season. 96 Quarterback Leo Hayden attempts a rollout pass pattern on his way to setting -four new FHS aerial records. Tough Competition Holds Tigers to Third in CIC Coach Wayne McConnell ' s 1967 fighting Tigers, lacking experience to do the difficult, finished a sea- son of tough competition with a third place finish in the Central Intercollegiate Conference. The Ben- gals were 2-2 in league play and 3-5 overall. Statis- tically, Fort Hays State was a better team, but bad breaks cost the Tigers games against Southwestern Oklahoma State and Colorado State College. FHS did set six new records as a team and tied one. Tigers set four individual marks and tied, four other individual records. Passing of Leo Hayden teamed with catching of Dennis Spratt tied or broke seven records. Opponents of FHS were out-classed in everything except the final score and standings. CIC Standings w L T Omaha University 4 0 0 Pittsburq State 3 1 0 Fort Hays State 2 2 0 Emporia State 1 3 0 Washburn University 0 4 0 Football Squad — BACK ROW: Wayne J. McConnell (head coach), Tony Leiker (graduate assistant), B. J. Reed (trainer), Steve Eickmann, Charles Davidson, Darrell Moody, Ralph Zipfel, Steve Lee, Art Ridgway (defensive coach), Ed McNeil (scout and line coach). FOURTH ROW: Ron Cummings, Gary Riedy, Steve Geist, Myron Koerner, Ted Fritz, Pat Billingsley, Bob Weeks, Terry Gideon, Stan Cormack, Lyle White, Pat Hollimon, Gary Dunn. THIRD ROW: Fred Lysinger, Kurt Siemers, Lynn Lashbrook, Roger Faulkender, Larry McCants, Dana Nokes, Fred Cress, Steve Robben, Tom Beatty, Harold Harting, Ken Gasper, Harvey Munsch. SECOND ROW: Fred Teeter, Dennis Spratt, John Covington, Frank Tappan, Jerry Smetana, Randy Keller, Ken Burkhart, Jerry Harri- son, James Powell, Rich Dreiling, Ron Goates, Ken Caywood. FRONT ROW: Tom Foran, Jon Mastin, Paul Simmons, Terry Claycamp, Gerald Bowman, Doug Opdycke, Bud Estes, Dennis Bean, Ken Feist, Charley Myers, Leo Hayden, Jesse Kennis. 97 Emporia State ' s Charley DiVitto is nailed hard by Tiger end Lashbrook (81) assisted by linebacker Simmons (42). Competition Makes Wins Hard To Get for Tigers Eight teams from four states provided stiff com- petition for the 1967 Tiger football squad which ended the season with a 3-5-0 record. Coach Mc- Connell ' s Bengals started off slowly by dropping the first three encounters of the season. They lost to Southwestern Oklahoma 27-20, Kearney (Neb.) State 27- 7, and Colorado State College 10-7. Making a bid for the CIC crown, the Tigers suc- ceeded in winning the next three games, the first two being conference clashes, downing Washburn University 35-0, Emporia State 26-7, and Southern Colorado State 14-0. Two final games of the season were conference games and the Tigers evened their league record by losing to Pittsburg State 7-13 and Omaha University 28- 41. FHS finished the season posting a 2-2 in league play, ending up third place in the CIC be- hind Omaha and Pittsburg. 20 FHS. Season Record 27 7 FHS, 27 7 FHS. 10 35 FHS. 0 26 FHS. 7 14 FHS. Southern Colorado State 0 7 FHS. 13 28 FHS. 41 Dreiling begins a roll-out against Omaha University as Indians ' Bernie Kanger moves in. FHS lost 4 1 to 28. 98 Omaha quarterback Marlin Briscoe tries a keeper as Tiger de- fenders pursue in an attempt to stop his progress. Quarterback Leo Hayden rolls out as an Emporia State Hornet closes the gap. FHS won the Homecoming game 26 to 7. Jerry Harrison, junior halfback, fights off a determined tackier and looks for daylight as Ken Burkhart (64) and Randy Keller (70) try to open a hole for him in the Kearney (Neb.) State line. The Antelopes upset the Tigers 27-7. Showing the running form that captured a position on the all- CIC second team offensive, sophomore end Dennis Spratt at- tempts to evade an oncoming Emporia State defender after hauling in a Leo Hayden pass. A large Homecoming crowd turned out in excellent football weather to cheer the Tigers on to a 26-7 victory over Emporia. Head Coach Wayne McConnell talks to Fred Teeter (25) as freshman quarterback Ronnie Cummings looks on during the Emporia-FHS Homecoming battle. Sophomore Harol d Harting gets off a punt to get the Bengals out of trouble. Harting took over the punting chores from John Covington who was injured earlier in the season. 100 ilCp 9 w rV t ' Tli Iff Ef l S ' " All vi DSf ‘ r Lynn Lashbrook (81) and Roger Faulkender (23) try to stop Omaha ' s Bill Haas (88) who has just received a pass in the ' 67 season ' s final contest. Tiger Offensive Statistics Are Proof of Good Year Tiger aerial attack, with quarterback Leo Hayden throwing, and ends Dennis Spratt and Ken Caywood doing the biggest share of the receiving, proved an effective weapon in the FHS offensive arsenal during 1967. Four offensive team standards were set — season passing yardage was 1,099 yards; 172 passes were attempted during the season of which 79 were com- pleted; and fewest fumbles in a season with only I I dropped. Hayden established individual marks for the sea- son — his passing yardage was 978. He attempted 152 passes of which 70 were completed, and season scoring passes thrown totaled I I. He also tied rec- ords for game passes attempted with 23 in games against Southwest Oklahoma State and Omaha Uni- versity, and game scoring passes with four against Washburn. Tiger defense set marks for the lowest season rush- ing yardage allowed with only 1,078 yards. Spratt tied a record for game scoring passes re- ceived with three touchdown receptions in a game against Washburn University. The team tied the mark for fewest fumbles lost in a season with only seven. Kenny Caywood goes up against an Emporia State defensive man for a pass as Dennis Spratt and another member of the Hornet secondary move in to assist. A Tiger ball carrier charges into a group of Tiger defenders during the annual intrasquad football game. The " Blacks " de- feated the " Whites " 64-0. 101 Dennis Spratt prepares to haul in another Leo Hayden toss as a Southern Colorado State secondary man tries in vain to break it up. The Tigers downed the Indians 14-0. Bengals Place Nine Men On All-Conference Teams Four FHS football players earned berths on the Central Intercollegiate Conference 1967 all-star squad. Rich Dreiling, junior fullback, won the honor of being selected to the CIC first team for the third consecutive year. Also named to the first team on offense was James Powell, sophomore tackle. Defensive first team honors were awarded to jun- ior end Jon Mastin and senior linebacker Terry Clay- camp. Tigers named to the second team unit in- cluded sophomore end Dennis Spratt and junior end Ken Caywood. Junior halfback Ron Goates com- pleted the list of Bengals on second team offense. This year ' s squad members selected to the CIC second team on defense included Frank Tappan, sophomore tackle, and Roger Faulkender, sopho- more safety. Emporia State fullback Charley DiVitto (32) bulls his way through the line and heads goalward, but finds himself surrounded by black jerseys. Frank Tappan (74), Terry Clay- camp (40) and Roger Faulkender (at left) close in to make the tackle on the hard-running Hornet before a capacity Homecoming crowd at Lewis Field Stadium. 102 Several outstanding members of the Tiger squad received rec- ognition in the conference. Rich Dreiling (above), junior full- back, captured the honor of first team all-CIC offense. De- fensive end on the all-CIC first team went to junior Jon Mas- tin (below). Men making first team positions in the CIC are considered the best by other conference members. First team all-CIC at the offensive tackle position went to sophomore, James Powell (above). Terry Claycamp (below), a senior, held down the po- sition of first team all-CIC defensive linebacker. 103 Tiger Harriers Chalk Up Fourth Conference Title For the fourth straight year, the Fort Hays State cross country squad has captured the Central Inter- collegiate Conference title. Under the direction of Coach Alex Francis, the Tigers also came out fifth in the NAIA Championships at Omaha. Paced by the strong running of John Mason, who remained undefeated during the ten meets of the season and set records at many of them, the har- riers fared well in every meet they attended. Al- together the squad racked up five firsts, two second place finishes, a fifth place and seventh spot in the always-tough Oklahoma State University " Jam- boree " at Stillwater. Coach Francis, who founded cross country at FHS 12 years ago, started the season with a few veterans and some young, eager freshmen and sophomores. Two of the inexperienced runners came through like veterans by trailing Mason across the line and re- ceiving second and third spots on the squad. With the great effort put out by the returning squadmen as well as promising freshmen, the Tigers succeeded in closing out one of the finest show- ings in cross country history at Fort Hays State. A determined pack of Tigers breaks from the starting line in a tough meet with Emporia State at Hays. John Mason shows the style that made him undefeated dur- ing the season and led him to the CIC and NAIA champion- ships. 104 Harrier Coach Alex Francis has directed his team to one of the most successful seasons in cross country history at FHS. Under his direction, the Tigers have won the CIC title four times and finished as runner- up seven times. Roger Carlin, trailed by a string of Bengals, sprints down the home stretch to the finish line in a dual meet with Emporia at the Hays course. Central Intercollegiate Conference cross country champions mer, Jerry Duran, Dave McLeland, Dick Bruin, and John Ma- were Jerry Shelly, Roger Carlin, Bruce Zamrzla, Steve Boeh- son. The Tigers have captured the title for four straight years. 105 Wrapped up in a discussion of an upcoming race with Coach Alex Francis, John Mason takes a break from the rigorous training that occupies a large part of his spare time. Mason, the speedy Phillipsburg junior who paced the Tigers to their fourth conference victory in a row, works out near the Fort Hays buffalo on the golf course. Season Record 23 FHS 35 27 FHS 28 16 FHS 47 Wichita Invitational first Oklahoma Jamboree seventh Emporia State Triangular second Kansas University Invitational second CIC Championships first Missouri Valley AAU first NAIA Championships fifth CIC Meet Fort Hays State 25 Emporia State 38 Pittsburg State 89 Omaha University 100 Washburn University 139 Freshman distance runner from Great Bend, Dave McLeland, captured the second position on the harrier squad and gained many valuable points for the Tigers. 106 John Mason Paces Cross Country Team To Fourth CIC Title John Mason, Fort Hays State ' s outstanding distance ace, set a record-shattering pace to lead the FHS cross-country squad to its fourth CIC title in a row. The Phillipsburg junior, who has run since the eighth grade, went undefeated and broke five records during the ten meets of the sea- son. He holds the school record for the mile, two-mile and 3,000-meter steeplechase. Mason has been selected twice as NAIA All American in cross country and was named " Most outstanding athlete in 1967 in the sport of long distance running " by the Mis- souri Valley Association of the Amateur Ath- letic Union. By winning the NAIA meet, Mason suc- ceeded in achieving the first of the three goals he set for himself at the beginning of the season. The other two are breaking the four-minute mile and being a member of the 1968 U.S. Olympic team in Mexico City. Roger Carlin, Bucklin freshman, finished well up front at most meets and was number three on the Tiger squad. With a last burst of speed down the straightaway, Mason puts another win into the record books and leads the Tigers to another victory. 107 | 4» 7 r ji It ? m.. Mike McAfee, junior guard from Ellsworth, leaps past a Southwest Oklahoma State defender for a lay-in. 108 Cagers Tie for Third With 3-5 Mark in CIC Finishing out the year with an I I- II season record, the Tigers battled to a tie for third place in the Cen- tral Intercollegiate Conference. At the start of the season, head coach Chuck Brehm welcomed back eight lettermen, two provisional lettermen and three junior college transfers, which meant that the FHS lineup saw many different faces. Outstanding performers in the Tiger ranks in- cluded Fred Andregg, Bill Greving and Gene Rider. Andregg, a senior, finished out his career with the Tigers with an average of 20 points a game and was awarded the Ashleman-Walters Most Inspirational Player Award. Mike Miller, senior center, also ended his college basketball career at FHS. Three new records were set during the season. Andregg tied the mark for points scored in one game with 41 against Rocky Mountain College and set a new record of 20 field goals in the same game. Bill Greving set the other for highest percentage of shots made from the field with 54.1 per cent. Fred Andregg (30) and Bill Greving (behind) vie with a deter- mined Hornet for a rebound in a home-court clash with Emporia. Tiger Basketball Squad — BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Earl Hobbs, Graduate Assistant Duane Channell, Gene Rider, Jack Georgeson, Mike McAtee, Fred Andregg, Bill Bray, Mike Miller, John McEwen, Steve Salter, Bill Greving, Jim Ater, John Markle, Head Coach Chuck Brehm. FRONT ROW: John Porter, Darryl Apel, Bill Toepfer, Mike Gaskell, Bob Bartkoski, Melvin Kitts, Randy Schmidtberger. Season Record 76 FHS. . . Southern Colorado State 68 75 FHS. Northwestern Oklahoma State 74 79 FHS. .... Southern Colorado State 102 102 FHS 80 90 FHS. Southwestern Oklahoma State 80 75 FHS. 70 65 FHS. . . Abilene Christian College 95 108 FHS. 88 62 FHS. 55 81 FHS. 85 78 FHS. 84 62 FHS. 67 80 FHS. 99 61 FHS. 79 88 FHS. Northwestern Oklahoma State 82 62 FHS. 85 73 FHS. 84 80 FHS. 67 93 FHS. 63 74 FHS. 82 72 FHS. 76 88 FHS. 67 Gene Rider harrasses a Saint Mary of the Plains player as the Tigers rattle their foes with a full-court press. John Marlde seems to be wondering why anyone would want to call basketball a non-contact sport as he fights his way out from between two Saint Mary of the Plains defensive men. FHS lost the contest to the Big Blue 74-82. no Tiger Cagers Beat Six Of First Eight Opponents The first game of the season saw the Tigers roar over Southern Colorado State before an enthusias- tic FHS crowd. In road contests, the Rangers of Northwestern Oklahoma State went down to the Tigers but the Southern Colorado State Indians re- deemed themselves for their earlier defeat and hand- ed FHS its first loss. Omaha University was the next victim as the Ben- gals broke the 100-point mark to down the defend- ing CIO co-champs. Southwestern Oklahoma State ' s Bulldogs fell under the Tiger attack in another home game. St. Benedict ' s two All-Americans seemed to do them little good as a determined FHS squad de- feated the Ravens on their home court. The Holiday Tournament at Greeley, Colorado, saw the Tigers go down in defeat to Abilene Christian College and come out victors over Rocky Mountain College to bring the 1967 part of the season to a close. Emporia State cagers think twice about trying to take a re- bound away from Mike Miller, 6-5 senior center. Fred Andregg, senior forward, tries out a favorite move and drives around a NW Oklahoma Bulldog for the basket. Jim Ater, sophomore guard, looks for a little help as an Oma- ha University defensive man tries to block his pass. 1 1 I Mike Miller eyes the basket as he’ drives through Southwest Oklahoma defenders for an easy basket. Cage Squad Evens Count With 11-11 for All Games Getting the new year off to a good start, the Ti- gers downed Hastings (Neb.) College on the FHS court. However, the Hastings game was a blow to the FHS squad with the loss of Mike McAfee who suffered a wrist injury. The next contest was also at home with Emporia State, in which the Hornets hand- ed the Bengals their third defeat and signaled the beginning of a string of losses. In the first out-of-town game of the new year at Kearney (Neb.) State, the Antelopes came out on top. Three traveling losses followed: Pittsburg State, Hastings College, and Washburn University. Back on the home court once again, the Tigers defeated Northwestern Oklahoma State. This vic- tory was followed by losses to Emporia State and St. Mary of the Plains. Traveling to Omaha, the Tigers beat the Indians on their own stomping grounds and then returned home to snow under Pittsburg State by 30 points. Another meeting with St. Mary of the Plains in Dodge City saw the Cavaliers put down the Tigers for the second time as the end of the season ap- proached. The last two games were at home — the first with Washburn ended in a heartbreaking defeat for the Tigers, but the second was a victory over the St. Benedict ' s Ravens, whose squad included two All- Americans. Ending the season with an I I -I I overall and 3-5 in the CIC, the Tigers tied for third in the confer- ence and placed three men on All-Conference teams. John McEwen, sophomore forward, looks for someone to help him out after diving on a loose ball. Mike McAfee, junior guard, from Ellsworth, fires from the cor- ner over the heads of a determined Southwest Oklahoma team. McAfee missed a lot of action at mid season due to a wrist injury but came back to play in the last few contests. It looks like no one wants the ball as Bill Bray (34) goes sailing by on his way to the floor and two Pittsburg Gorillas wonder where it went. CIC Standings W L Washburn University . . . 8 0 Emporia State 5 3 Fort Hays State 3 5 Omaha University 3 5 Pittsburg State 1 7 113 Three Men Find Spots On All-Conference Teams First-team honors on the All-Central Intercollegiate Conference basketball squad went to Fred Andregg, senior from Hoxie. Second-team spots went to Bill Sreving, Prairie View junior, and Gene Rider, Flays junior. Andregg, who made the first-team spot last year, led the Tigers in scoring throughout the season and ended his college career as the seventh highest scor- er in the history of FHS. He also held the top spots in free-throw shooting and rebounding. Greving paced the Tigers as the best field-goal shooter, and Rider came on strong during the last part of the season to finish among the top field-goal and free-throw percentage shooters. John Markle, one of the Tigers ' straight-shooting guards, lets fly over the head of a Southwest Oklahoma Bulldog. Fred Andregg comes up from behind and outjumps an Em- poria rebounder in a contest played in Sheridan Coliseum. Jayvee Squad Ends Year With 6 Wins-3 Losses Bill Greving, junior from Prairie View, hoists another ball to- ward the basket during a game with Southwest Oklahoma State. The 6-6 center helped the Tigers defeat the Bulldogs in the non-conference thriller. Fort Hays State ' s junior varsity basketball team, coached by Duane Channell, racked up six wins against three losses. The jayvees defeated both Con- cordia Juco and the Washburn University jayvees twice. Other victories came against Colby Juco and the Emporia State jayvees. The three losses were at- tributed to Emporia State jayvees, Garden City Juco and Colby Juco, which was played into an over- time. John McEwen had the highest scoring average for the Tigers. He was followed by Mike Gaskell and Jim Ater. JV Season Record 77 FHS ... 69 100 FHS ... 63 82 FHS ... 67 59 FHS ... 61 62 FHS ... 54 48 FHS ... 51 67 FHS ... 70 72 FHS ... 58 86 FHS ... . . . Washburn University JV 56 Gene Rider lays one up for two as a Washburn defender swoops in a try to block the shot. 115 Fort Hays State Gymnastics Team — BACK ROW: Coach Ed McNeil, Bob Fussell, Warren Teasley, Mark Giese, Sam Dier- berger, Stan May. FRONT ROW: John Martin, Stan Perci val, Richard Harmon, Bub Kunz, Jim Mull. Freshman Stan Percival practices a high bar routine which helped him to become the Tigers ' third-high scorer. Tiger Gymnasts Mark Up 7-3 Record for Season Directed by Coach Ed McNeil, the FHS gymnas- tics team marked up a season record of seven wins and three losses. The Tiger gymnasts participated in ten dual meets and hosted the NAIA Gymnastics Championships. Sam Houston State supplied the Tigers with their first victory as the Tigers squeezed by and won by less than a point. The next win came more easily as the FHS squad snowed under Central Missouri State. Nebraska University dished out the first Tiger loss in a tough contest at Lincoln, but a home meet with Wichita State racked up another Tiger win. Boosting their win-loss record to 4-1, the Bengals brought down the Mules of Central Missouri State, and a double dual at Sam Houston State saw the Tigers down both the host team and Odessa (Tex.) College. The Bears of Colorado State then downed the Tigers for their second loss. The Tigers split the last two dual actions by defeating Wichita State and coming out second best to Mankato (Minn.) State. Three FHS gymnasts reached the finals of the NAIA meet and Warren Teasley took third on the long horse to give the Tigers a tie for I 3th place. High above the trampoline is Bob Fussell, Medicine Lodge sophomore and second-high scorer for FHS. Mark Giese, the Tigers ' top-scoring senior, shows the form that garnered him 252.225 points. Working out on the still rings is Warren Teasley, the only Tiger to place in the NAIA Championships. Season Record 141.035 FHS . . Sam Houston (Tex.) State College 140.35 147.30 FHS . 75.20 130.40 FHS . 153.65 160.00 FHS . 159.15 152.25 FHS . 102.30 152.22 FHS . Sam Houston State 150.12 152.22 FHS . 136.20 141.25 FHS . 172.20 159.75 FHS . 156.60 159.75 FHS . . . . Mankato (Minn.) State College 169.95 1 17 This Kearney State grappler finds himself headed for the mat under Bill Ramsey, 145-pound Colby senior. FHS Grapplers End Season With 5 Wins and 8 Losses Fort Hays State ' s wrestling squad, coached by Dave Winter, finished off the 67-68 season with a record of five wins against eight losses in dual meet competition. The Bengals began the season with three victories as Southwest Missouri State, Central Missouri State and Emporia State fell to the Tiger attack. Traveling to Maryville, Mo., for the Northwest Missouri State College Tournament, the Tigers came out with a tie for sixth place. Falling into a slump, the Tigers ran up a long string of losses as they dropped their next eight dual meets. Kansas State University, Omaha University, Adams (Colo.) State College, Northwest Missouri State, Nebraska University and Eastern Illinois University pinned losses on the grapplers as the season moved toward a close. The last two meets with Southeast Missouri State and Kearney (Neb.) State saw the Tigers regain their winning form by downing the two teams. Seven wrestlers made the journey to Salina to represent the Tigers in the Missouri Valley AAU Tournament and returned home with a first, a second and three third places. The NAIA National Wrestling Championships at Alamosa, Colo., saw three Fort Hays State wrestlers, Stormy John- son, Leland Tresner and Bill Ramsey, represent the black and gold. Johnson captured fifth place in the 137-pound weight bracket and Tresner nailed down the sixth spot at 145 pounds. Johnson, who compiled I I wins to four losses for the season, and Ramsey, who racked up I I wins, five losses and a tie, were the only seniors lost from the squad. Tiger Wrestling Squad — BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Ed Lusczek, Richard Barton, Duane Werner, Ron Balding, Harold Harting, Pat Donovan, Jon Mastin, Head Coach Dave Winter. SECOND ROW: Bill Ramsey, Mike Burk, Bob Brock, Dwight Werner, Leland Tresner, Stormy Johnson, Larry Feikert. FRONT ROW: Ron Purington, Greg LaCoss, Dan Gingraux, Gary Ulmer, Mike O ' Grady, Grady Elder. 1 18 Head wrestling coach Dave Winter looks as if he is teaching sidelines. Coach Winter has been a part of the Fort Hays a new dance step as he gives pointers to his men from the State coaching staff since September, 1963. Season Record FHS 20 Southwest Missouri State 9 FHS 20. . Central Missouri State 16 FHS 21 . 12 FHS 12 Kansas State University 19 FHS 5. Omaha University 33 FHS 3. . Central Missouri State 28 FHS 12. 17 FHS II. 20 FHS 6. . . .Adams State (Colo.) 27 FHS 8 Northwest Missouri State 24 FHS 9. 20 FHS 23 Southeast Missouri State 8 FHS 28. Kearney State 5 Leland Tresner, 152-pound junior, looks to the sidelines to see how much time he has to pin a Kansas State U. competitor. Stormy Johnson, a senior from Salina, works for a fall against Coliseum. Johnson went ahead to pin his opponent and a Central Missouri State grappler in a dual match at Sheridan helped the Tigers to a 20-16 victory over the Mules. 119 LL±k k- « Mike Schaefer, one of the Tigers ' leading golfers, practices his swing at the Fort Hays Country Club. The freshman from Wellington took medalist honors at the NAIA District 10 Tourney in which the Tigers tied for second place. 120 Tiger Golf Squad — BACK ROW: Coach Carroll Beardslee, Curt Beezley, Dan Cox, Gary Eggleston, Roger Carr, Doug First Year for Beardslee Is Title Year for Tigers In his first year at the helm of the Fort Hays State golf squad, Coach Carroll Beardslee has di- rected his charges to the CIC championship. Paced by Kinsley junior Gene Pool and WaKeeney fresh- man Kelly Deines, the Tigers swept through the CIC Meet in Omaha, Neb., and succeeded in winning the top spot in the Central Intercollegiate Confer- ence. The golf title was the second CIC crown won this year. The Tigers started off the season with only two lettermen returning from the 1967 squad which took the runner-up spot in the CIC. Of these two, only John Engel, a junior from Liberal, saw much action. Another freshman, Mike Schaefer from Wellington, came on strong to place high in meets all year long. Pool, Deines, Engel and Schaefer succeeded in cop- ping four of the top six spots in the tough CIC con- test. The Tigers ended their outstanding season with 10 wins and four losses. Three losses came in the first three matches with Wichita U., Kansas State and Kansas University and the fourth loss came later in the season in the second match with Wichita. McEntarfer, Terry Erbert. FRONT ROW: Kelly Deines, Mike Schaefer, Gene Pool, John Engel, Pat Barrett, Dan Deines. Season Record 6 FHS .. 9 5 FHS .. 10 S ' 2 FHS .. KU 9 ' 2 14 FHS .. 1 14 FHS .. 1 9 FHS .. 6 !2 2 FHS .. 2 ' 2 15 FHS .. 0 14 FHS .. 1 4 ' 2 FHS .. IO ' 2 l3 ' 2 FHS .. l ' 2 m ' 2 FHS .. 31 2 8 FHS .. . . Northeastern Okla. State 7 CIC Tourney FHS 933 Emporia State 945 Pittsburg State 960 Washburn University 974 Omaha University 980 Tiger Tennis Squad — BACK ROW: John Harvey, Kim Gotts- Duane Channell. FRONT ROW: Randy Lawrence, Jim Regas, chalk, Steve Salter, Greg Robinson, Mike McAtee, Coach Terry Cleveland, Dave Zwink, Allan Mai. Season Record 0 FHS . 6 2 FHS . . . . Northwestern Oklahoma State 4 6 FHS ., 0 4 FHS .. 3 3 FHS . 4 1 FHS .. 6 6 FHS .. 1 6 FHS . 1 4 FHS .. . . Northwestern Oklahoma State 5 1 FHS ., 6 1 FHS ., 6 CIC Tournament Emporia 12 FHS 6 Pittsburg 5 Washburn 4 Omaha I Tiger Netmen Take 2nd In CIC Tennis Tourney Four lettermen with a total of I I letters between them were among the 10 candidates who greeted head coach Duane Channell when tennis got under- way. Channell, in his first year at the helm of the ten- nis squad, coached the Tigers to a 4-7 season and a second place finish in the CIC tennis meet at Emporia in which two Tigers won singles championships. The victories came against St. Gregory ' s College, Kansas Wesleyan and twice against Bethany. They were defeated by Oklahoma Christian College, Kearney State, Washburn U., twice by Northwest- ern Oklahoma State and twice by Emporia State. Outstanding netmen on the 1968 squad were Allan Mai, Kim Gottschalk, Terry Cleveland and Mike Mc- Atee. The first three were seniors who leave FHS with four tennis letters apiece. McAtee, who had earned three letters, will be around another year. 122 Mike McAtee, displays the form that won him a singles nis meet. The three-year letterman shared the spotlight with championship in the Central Intercollegiate Conference ten- Terry Cleveland who also copped a singles championship. 123 Jack Georgeson, sophomore from Lenora, works out to perfect his form in pole vault competition. FHS Makes Clean Sweep Of Dual Meets at Home Fort Hays State ' s indoor track squad opened its season at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics indoor track meet at Kansas City. The Tigers, spurred by a first place showing of John Ma- son in the mile run, took fourth in the third annual meet. In a dual with Kearney the Bengals netted their first dual win and a triangular with Omaha and South Dakota University saw the Tigers again come out on top. Third place in the Kansas State University Invi- tational at Manhattan wrapped up the indoor season for another year. Outdoor track and field season got underway with a good showing at the Texas Relays in Austin. One week later a 217-foot javelin throw by Joe Haverick led the squad on to a first place in the Emporia Re- lays. At the Kansas University Relays Dave McLeland won the 3,000-meter steeplechase, and Bill M anning threw the javelin 218 feet to take two first places. At home with Kearney State, the Tigers netted an- other win, and for the first time in five duals with the Hornets, the Tigers defeated Emporia State at home in Lewis Field. The Colorado Relays in Boulder saw an injury-ridden squad take fourth with the help of John Mason ' s record-breaking mile run. Several track- sters also made the trip to the Drake Relays at Des Moines, Iowa. Second place was the best FHS could do in the Wichita Triangular with Wichita State coming out on top of Southwestern and FHS. The Central Inter- collegiate Conference track and field meet at Pitts- burg brought the Tigers a third place. The Tigers wrapped up the season with the Missouri Valley AAU in Ottawa and the NAIA track meet in Albuquerque, N.M. CIC Meet Emporia State 102 Pittsburg State 90 FHS 741 2 Omaha University 14 Washburn University 7l 2 124 FHS Track Squad — BACK ROW: Mike Estes, Gerald Shelly, Ken Rhoden, Bob Holston, Larry Dunekack, Lynn Havel, Jack Georgeson, Craig Gwinner, Bill Lindner, Jerry Cates. Coach Alex Francis. SECOND ROW: Dick Bruin, Steve Boehmer, Butch Gilbert, Jerry Duran, Dave McLeland, Bruce Zamrzla, John Mason, Ron Goates, Bob Newsom, Craig Thomas, FRONT ROW: Bill Manning, Marvin Ayers, Bob Young, Jim Hudson. Roger Carlin, Dean Lavielle. Winding up to heave the shot is Bill Lindner from Kendall. The 260-pound senior also throws the discus for the Tigers. This string of Fort Hays State runners follows the pace set by Dave McLeland, freshman trackster from Great Bend. 125 Butch Gilbert, one of the top CIC competitors in the long and Field Stadium. The Plainville junior is a transfer student from triple jump, sails over the high jump bar in a meet at Lewis Pratt Junior College. John Mason, Fort Hays State ' s record-breaking track star, jogs around the track during an early spring practice session. Mason’s Running Shines; Ayers Sets CIC Record Directed by Coach Alex Francis, the Fort Hays State track squad made a fine showing during the 1968 season. Assisting Francis in coaching duties were Art Ridgway and graduate assistant Jack Horn. John Mason, FHS distance ace, placed high in several of the most famous indoor track meets in the nation. He took first in the Sugar Bowl mile at New Orleans and set a record-breaking 3:47 in the 1,500- meter run with the AAU track squad at the Sports Palace of Moscow, Russia. Mason racked up two sec- ond places in the Hunter mile in Boston and the Los Angeles Times indoor mile. The Phillipsburg star also claimed fourth place in both the Wanamaker mile in New York and the Milwaukee Federation mile. Marvin Ayers, one of the Tigers ' leading dash men and hurdlers, set a CIC record in the 220-yard dash during the CIC meet at Pittsburg. Although ham- pered by a long string of injured men, the squad placed high in several big meets and succeeded in winning both home dual meets. 126 Dave McLeland, freshman from Great Bend, and Dick Bruin, the newly-installed water hazard during the running of the sophomore from Oakville, Ontario, Canada, splash through 3,000-meter steeplechase at Lewis Field Stadium. 127 FHS Baseball — BACK ROW: Coach Earl Hobbs, Ron Koster, Bob Faurot, Bob Kitts, Harold Harting, Gary Ward, Bob Bartkoski, Eddie Hargrove, Paul Simmons, Mike O ' Kane, Dwight Williams. FRONT ROW: Jim Dinkel, Dean Stein, Lou- ie Brungardt, Steve Schlegel, Jerry Rebein, Rollie Fisher, Bill Schrum, Randy Schmidtberger, Dennis Wells, Jim Coffin, Roy Ralstin, Wes Bartlett. Righthanded slugger Jim Dinkel rounds third base on his way to home after putting another baseball over the fence. Tigers Garner 1 5 Wins; Best Season on Record Ending the best season of baseball ' s three-year history at FHS, the Tigers posted a 15-12 season rec- ord. Fielding a young and inexperienced team, the Bengals started out the season in a big way by down- ing their opponents in the first seven games. Rains throughout Oklahoma brought cancellation of a road tour and three doubleheaders. This brought the Tigers home where they won both games from Northwest Oklahoma State. Two more home games followed in which Eastern Montana State and Kansas Wesleyan dropped both games of their doublehead- ers to the Bengals. Salina ' s Tournament brought FHS its first losses of the year. After downing Kansas Wesleyan in the opener, the squad lost to Washburn U., Wichita State and the once-defeated Kansas Wesleyan team. FHS boosted their record to 9-3 by sweeping a doubleheader from Kearney State, but a trip to Col- orado saw the Tigers drop two contests to Southern Colorado State and split a doubleheader with the Air Force Academy. 128 Bob Ki+fs, senior from Formoso, set a new individual school record by making appearances in 13 games. Bill Schrum, FHS catcher from Norton, and a Kansas Wes- elyan batter wait for the next pitch to cross the plate. Season Record 1 1 FHS Eastern Montana State 3 2 FHS . . . . Eastern Montana State 1 7 FHS . Northwest Oklahoma State 5 10 FHS . Northwest Oklahoma State 1 2 FHS Kansas Wesleyan U. 1 5 FHS Kansas Wesleyan U. 4 9 FHS Kansas Wesleyan U. 2 0 FHS 3 0 FHS 3 0 FHS 1 6 FHS 3 4 FHS 3 4 FHS . . Southern Colorado State 5 1 FHS . . Southern Colorado State 4 4 FHS 5 5 FHS 3 0 FHS 6 3 FHS 1 1 FHS 2 1 FHS 7 4 FHS 2 2 FHS Washburn U. 3 3 FHS 1 5 FHS 2 CIC Tournament Emporia . . Omaha . . . second FHS Pittsburg . . Washburn Baseball Season Finishes With Third Place in CIC After their Colorado outing, the Tiger baseball squad returned to Kansas to split a doubleheader with Wichita State. Bad luck hit the team as they dropped both games of a doubleheader to the Hornets of Emporia State. Returning home to meet the Washburn Ichabods, the Tigers netted both a win and a loss. The final doubleheader with Friends University saw the Tigers come out on top in both contests. To end the baseball season for the year, the Bengals traveled to the Central Intercollegiate Con- ference Tournament ' at Pittsburg where they finished with a third place. Recording 15 wins this season, the Tigers broke a school record. Other records set by the team were most triples, 7; most home runs, 7; most hits, 153; most walks, 106; most strikeouts, 164; most doubles, 23; and most runs batted in, 80. The Tiger squad set a host of individual school records in baseball ' s third year at FHS. This sport was reinstated two years ago after an absence of about 40 years. Holding a Kansas Wesleyan runner on first is Paul Simmons who chalked up three individual records this season. Outfielder Jim Dinkel, senior from Victoria, heads for home plate after hitting a home run in Larks Park. The right- handed slugger set a new school mark with four home runs and also for total runs scored with 1 7. 130 Mike O ' Kane, hard-throwing sophomore from Liberal, fires set a new school mark by winning three out of the four games another strike across the plate. The righthanded pitching ace he started in for a .750 percentage. 131 Going high for a pass, three determined gridsters vie for the football during an intramural football contest. 1,800 Join Intramurals; Sig Eps Win 7 Sports More than 1,800 men participated in 17 intramural sports in men ' s intramurals this year. Copping the championship title for the second year in a row was Sigma Phi Epsilon who took seven first places. Their nearest competitor, Delta Sigma Phi, lacked 200 points of the winner ' s total score. Intramural Winners Badminton Doubles: Greeks and All-School — Terry Drach and Loren Peppard, Sig Eps. Badminton Singles: Independents — John Harvey, Greeks — Gary Beymer, AKL, All-School — Gary Beymer, AKL. Basketball: Greeks and All-School — TKE " B " . Bowling: Greeks and All-School — Alan Grigsby, Delta Sigs. Football: Greeks and All-School — Phi Sigs. Golf Doubles: Greeks and All-School — Eric Lyr.d and Steve Critchfield, Sig Eps. Golf Singles: Greeks and All-School — Greg Price, Sig Eps. Horseshoes Doubles: Greeks and All-School — Jerry Van Donge and Garry Halligan, Sig Taus. Horseshoes Singles: Greeks and All-School — John Kessler, Delta Sigs. Softball: Independents — Commodores, Greeks — Sig Eps, All-School — Sig Eps. Swimming: Greeks and All-School — Sig Eps. Table Tennis Doubles: Greeks and All-School — Jay Heckman and Jay Schmidt, Sig Eps. Table Tennis Singles: Independents — Don Hockett, Greeks — Leon Boor, Delta Sigs, All-School — Don Hockett. Tennis Doubles: Greeks and All-School — Louie Horton and Butch Dale, Delta Sigs. Tennis Singles: Greeks and All-School — Jay Deines. Track: Greeks and All-School— TKE. Volleyball: Independents — K.C. Jews and Pink Panthers, Greeks — TKE and Sig Eps, All-School — Sig Eps. Intramural swimming gives men an opportunity to compete with other men, to improve their swimming abilities, and to keep in good physical shape. Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity won the organizations division in swimming competition. 132 Rattling for a rebound, two fraternities go at it in the organi- zations division of intramural basketball. Greek All-Sports Chart Sigma Phi Epsilon 989 Delta Sigma Phi 767 Alpha Kappa Lambda 764 Phi Sigma Epsilon 674 Sigma Chi 633 Tau Kappa Epsilon 630 Sigma Tau Gamma 551 Good form and lots of practice help a coed compete more successfully in women ' s intramural bowling. Intramural basketball provides women with a place to use up some of their excess energy and keep in good shape. Football will still be under the CIC next year and will not join the RMAC until 1969. Wrestling, track, swimming, cross country, golf and tennis will still compete for conference-wide championships. Cade Suran, Fort Hays State ' s athletic director, is a vet- eran of 31 years of coaching, 19 of them at FHS under Central Intercollegiate Conference. 134 IT f ■ ft la ■FJf J w • X If ,ik 11 Kansas State College of Pittsburg and FHS, old rivals in the CIC, will still play against each other in the RMAC. CIC Disbands to Form Plains Division of RMAC After 40 years of service to Fort Hays State, the Central Intercollegiate Conference is to be dis- solved, only to be remembered in the record books and by the athletes who were a part of it. Central Intercollegiate Conference activities be- gan in 1928 when the CIC was founded by Emporia State, Fort Hays State, Pittsburg State, Washburn U., Southwestern College, Wichita University and the College of Emporia. In 1933, Washburn withdrew from the conference and in 1937 St. Benedict ' s was admitted. The College of Emporia withdrew in 1939 and a year later Wichita U. followed suit. Washburn was readmitted in 1940. Rockhurst College was ad- mitted in 1948 and dropped out in 1951. In 1958 Southwestern withdrew and a year later Omaha was admitted. St. Benedict ' s was the last to withdraw in 1963 and the CIC has remained the same up until now. With the exception of Washburn U. all the schools of the CIC will merge with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The newly-organized confer- ence will be made up of two divisions — the Moun- tain and the Plains Divisions. Making up the Plains Division will be Colorado State College, Fort Hays State, Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, University of Nebraska at Omaha, and Southern Colorado State College. The Mountain Division will consist of Adams State College, College of Southern Utah, Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis College, New Mexico Highlands University, Regis College, Western New Mexico University, Western Colorado State College and Westminster College at Salt Lake City. Cross country, a Fort Hays State specialty, is one of the con- ference sports in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Others are football, basketball, baseball, track, swimming, wrestling, golf and tennis. 135 Organizations Who ' s Who— TOP ROW: David Aday, Judy Bauer, Randall Baxter, Barbara Bickfor d, Terry Cleveland. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Conard, Vickie Dick- son, Leslie Dreiling, Katharine Eisenhour, Mi- chael Farrell. Chairmen Designate 35 Seniors for Who’s Who Determined by a vote of the division chairmen from a list compiled by the dean of the faculty, thirty-five seniors were chosen for " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. " Chairmen considered academic achievement, lead- ership and participation in campus activities and prom- ise of contribution to society. Membership in this elite group is limited to not more than ten per cent of the institution ' s graduating class. Seniors selected but not pictured are Jane Adams, Keith Bunselmeyer, Analee Robinson, Annabel Shiroky, Joseph Thomasson and Charles Vachal. Who ' s Who— TOP ROW: Ronald Fischlf, Jack- ie Fleharfy. Kim Gottschalk, Forest Graber. SECOND ROW: Dianne Gum, Lucille Houser, Rodney Hunley, Marianne Kats, Dorothy Knoll. THIRD ROW: Sharon Loomis, Michael Me- Fall, JoAnne Murphy, William Neal, Linda Ross. -BOTTOM ROW: Mary Schreiber, Prudence Shriver, Janice Vint, William Wiltshire, Lil- lian Wolfe. 138 42 New Members Selected For National Honorary Through academic excellence 42 undergraduates earned the right for membership in Phi Kappa Phi national honorary society. Selection of members was based upon academics, character and potential lead- ership. Initiated in the spring along with the under- graduates were 19 graduates, one alumni and two faculty members. Marilyn Seyb compiled the highest grade average in the junior class so received honors as Junior Scholar. Seniors named to the national honor society but not pictured are Anita Roemer Lundgren, Mary Pe- karek, Annalee Robinson and Lillian Wolfe. Phi Kappa Phi — TOP ROW: David Aday, Judy Bauer, Barbara Bickford, Leon Boor. SECOND ROW: Loel Ann Brooks, Jo Anne Brown, Clark Chip- man, Terry Cleveland, Donald Cloutman. THIRD ROW: Susan Conard, Jean Danner, Dona Davis, Vick- ie Dickson, Leslie Dreiling. FOURTH ROW: Michael Farrell, Kenneth Feist, Mickey Frown- felter, Forest Graber, Dianne Gum. FIFTH ROW: Helen Hooper, Lucille Houser, Marianne Kats, Dorothy Knoll, Gerald Laprade. SIXTH ROW: Sharon Loomis, Connie Lynn, Jo Anne Murphy, William Neal, Janice Piland. SEVENTH ROW: Linda Ross, Mary Schreiber, Marilyn Seyb, Prudence Shriver, Margaret Smith. EIGHTH ROW: Nicki Soice, Nancy Stout, Joseph Thomasson, William Wiltshire, Virginia Zimmerman. 139 WLO— TOP ROW: Pam Als- paw, Mary Augustine, Judy Bauer, Barbara Bickford, Mari- lyn Bouchey, Jean Danner. SECOND ROW: Linda Dona- hey, Diana Edgmon, Barbara Emery, Virginia Gilmore, Susan Goodwin, Sue Ingram. THIRD ROW: Marianne Kats, Shirley Keller, Dorothy Knoll, Diana Larson, Sharon Loomis, Tari Marietta. BOTTOM ROW: JoAnn Mur- phy, Linda Ross, Mary Schrei- ber, Nicki Soice, Jolene Sulz- man, Clara Walters. WLO Women Seek Mortar Board Status Women ' s Leadership Organization revised its constitution to meet Mortar Board stan- dards and has filed for national affiliation with Mortar Board. Combining with Seventh Cavalry, the two leadership societies spon- sored the annual spring Smarty Party for per- sons achieving a 2.5 gpa or above during the fall semester. An on-campus tutoring program and ushering for Artists and Lectures programs aided the campus community. These women were also called upon to serve as hostesses and guides for campus visitors. Susan Good- win was elected president. Alice McFarland served as sponsor of the organization. Presenting a one-semester scholarship based on academics and need rounded out campus projects for the group. In the area of community service, the women contrib- uted their time and effort to the Antique Show sponsored by Hays women ' s clubs. 140 Informal pictures on these two pages feature the Smarty Party sponsored by WLO and Seventh Cavalry for persons achieving a 2.5 or better. 7th Cav Awards Fee Scholarships Presenting four one-semester schol- arships was the motivating force be- hind Seventh Cavalry. Awarded to junior and senior students during half time of the Homecoming game, the scholarships were based on academic performance and financial need. Members of the honorary leadership organization raised funds for these scholarships by selling popcorn at all Tiger football and basketball games as well as Hays High and St. Joseph ' s football games. Money also came in from assem- bling and distributing campus direc- tories. As a service project the hon- orary fraternity provided ushers for college programs. Ron Fischli served as president. Standlee V. Dalton sponsored the or- ganization. Seven members of the honorary received membership in Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Two men were nominated for Woodrow Wilson Fel- lowships. Seventh Cavalry — TOP ROW: John Burley, Leslie Dreiling. SECOND ROW: Ronald Fischli, Kim Gottschallc, Kenneth Havner. BOTTOM ROW: Stormy Johnson, William Neal, Jerry Stapleton. 141 Alpha Lambda Delta — BACK ROW: Dr. Verna Parish (spon- sor), Shanann Johnston, Jan Schneider, Phyllis Cox, Jo Ann Schlepp, Geraldine Heany, Glenda Gourley, Sheila Tomanek, Lynette Kanaga, Beth Scholle, Debbie Capps, Carol Zeman, Terry Bennett, Barbara Mohler. SECOND ROW: Jamie Big- ham, Joyce Luder, Judy Welker, Stephanie Stewart, Janet Group Distributes Study Tips to Residence Halls Striving to promote scholastic achievement by women students, Alpha Lambda Delta distributed pamphlets on " How to Study " and How to Take a Test " to the residence halls. As a scholastic honorary the group received freshman women earning a 2.5 gpa or better. Ten senior members received certificates for main- taining a 2.5 gpa during their college career. Carolyn Gribben was elected president while Dean Jean Stouffer served as sponsor. Hopkins, Jeanne Chronister, Barbara Nelson, Susan Friesen, Barbara Johnson, Linda Stieben. FRONT ROW: Cathy Schreiber, Linda Dreiling, Antonia Alcantara, Carloyn Olson, Kathleen Sisler, Sheryl Kurtz, Karen Rolf, Sharon Spillman, Glenda Frisbie, Carol Ross, Elaine Wetzel. Phi Eta Sigma Receives Twelve Men Into Ranks Organized to honor freshman men achieving a grade average of 2.5 or above, Phi Eta Sigma re- ceived twelve initiates during the spring semester. Early in the second semester the scholastic honorary teamed up with the women of Alpha Lambda Delta in serving as Muster Day guides. Dr. Bill Jellison sponsored the group. Warren Young was elected president. During the year the honorary developed plans for sending two representatives to the 19th national convention at Purdue in October 1968. Phi Eta Sigma — BACK ROW: Dr. Bill Jellison, (sponsor), Ralph Thomm, Dr. Maurice Witten, Richard Bretz, Don Rynerson, Richard Bear, Jeff Ehrlich. SECOND ROW: John Eck, R. L. Watkins, Terry Balthazor, Kenneth Woods, James Bell, Robert Purdy, Max Burnett. FRONT ROW: John Trapp, Kelly Deines, Donald Werner, Warren Young, Philip Brokenicky, Steve Hewson, David Plante. 142 Service Group Assists Furlough, Bloodmobile Considering service as their main goal, Alpha Phi Omega co-sponsored the Furlough and handled the Ugly Man contest to increase scholarship funds. The bloodmobile visited campus each semester under the auspices of the group. Under the leadership of Joe Clements, the men completed plans for presenting a scholarship to a former Boy Scout. Dr. Richard Burnett and Jack Heather co-sponsored the service organization. Alpha Phi Omega — BACK ROW: Ron Insley, Lavern Schulte, Larry Lit- son, Kenneth Abendshien, Ronald Leitner, Ronald Morton, Stephen Humburg, Ron Cramer, Jim Koenigsman, Jerry Lippold, Gary Lane, Gerald Venneberg. THIRD ROW: Jon Case, Wesley Drosselmeyer, Lee Philips, Berny Bailey, Nick Thielen, Robert Sunley, Bob Bearley, Dennis Letters, Recordings Sent To Marines in Viet Nam Reorganized from Spurs, Sophomore Women ' s Honorary served the school in many areas. As a Christmas project the women " adopted " a Marine company in Viet Nam sending cookies, letters and tape recordings. Meeting foreign women students, serving as debate timers and ushers at Little Theatre productions were added projects. Arleta Lohmann and Peggy Moomaw teamed up as presidents. Nancy Curtis served as sponsor. Ernst, Kirk Ashton, Danny Walker. SECOND ROW: Jack Heather (sponsor), Joe Clements, Jerry Peterson, Alan De Good, John Car- michael, Hubert Deines, James Chain, Eric Belt. FRONT ROW: Richard Burnett (sponsor), Thomas Franke, Charles Worden, Robert Holston, Roger Foran, Eugene Leitner, Steve Olson. Sophomore Women ' s Honorary — BACK ROW: Peggy Moomaw, Rose Mary Barron, Joyce Graf, Mary Hughes, Carolyn LeClair, Sharis Frack, Deanna Beal, Janice Bendel. SECOND ROW: Elaine Shoemaker, Diana Luckey, Arleta Lohmann, Donalea Fink, Linda Burdge, Janice Schugart, Bonnie Deines, Janice Blank, Barbara Ochs, Morrie Rolland. FRONT ROW: Ella Rayburn, Cynthia Doxon, Alma Lozano, Shirley Woodson, Catherine Merrill, Ellen Beyer, Linda Guyer, Linda Scheib. 143 Lettermen Donate Money; Maintain College Hill ‘K’ Members receiving conference and national ath- letic recognition highlighted the year for K-Club. Headed by John Mason, the group donated money for the Grants and Aids Fund and maintained the " K " on College Hill. Cade Suran sponsored the organization. Men earning athletic letters are eligible for membership. Intensive Reorganization Takes Place in P.E. Club Capturing first prize in the men ' s division with their Homecoming float helped boost reorganization of the Physical Education Majors Club. With Gail Cyr as president, the group won honors in intramural competition. Members attended state and national HPER conferences. Glen Lojlca served as sponsor. K-CIub — BACK ROW: Frank Tappan, Duane Werner, Mike McAfee, Ken Rhoden, Francis Gronewoller, Gerald Shelly, Maynard Estes, Robert Holston, Fred Andregg. SECOND ROW: Robert (Stormy) Johnson, John Mason, Jesse Kennis, Charles Myers, Gerald Bowman, Don Palmer, Lon Palmer, Terry Cleveland. FRONT ROW: Cade Suran (sponsor), Lynn Lashbrook, Bruce Zamrzla, Jim Noel. Robert Wilburn, Doug Opdycke, Don Hockett, Allan Mai. Men’s Physical Education Majors Club — BACK ROW: Glen Lojka (spon- sor), Earl Plattner, Denzil Walker, Ken Rhoden, Steve Rusco, Roy Hawley. THIRD ROW: Carl Case, Tom Bowen, Robert Reed, Carl Galligos, Dennis Zehr, Stephen Stewart. SECOND ROW: Ed Mefford, Mike Kastle, Larry Brin, Eugene James, Warren Watson, Gerald Barnett. FRONT ROW: Carmine Tirone, George Beezley, Mark Giese, Larry Smith, Jim Noel, Ron Schulte. 144 Lynn Rogers demonstrates karate to Men ' s P.E. Majors Club. The club helped sponsor NAIA Gymnastics meet in March. To raise money for a spring dinner-dance, Dames Club held a. bazaar and auctioned off homemade Christmas gifts. 145 Activity Nights, Meetings Occupy Eta Rho Epsilon Activity nights brought women of Eta Rho Epsilon together to engage in sports. The group attended a state meeti ng of the Kansas Assn, of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Representatives attended the American Assn, of Health, Physical Education and Recreation conference in St. Louis, Mo. All women physical education majors qualify for membership in the professional organization. The group exists so that the women may get acquainted and learn more about their chosen field. Charlotte Jorgensen was elected president. Mrs. Nancy Popp served as sponsor of the organization. Concession Sales Provide Funds for WRA Ski Trip Using proceeds from football concession stands, Women ' s Recreation Assn, financed a Colorado ski trip during semester break and a camp-out in the spring. Area high schools shared in a WRA Play Day, Volleyball Sports Day and Softball Sports Day. The club gave two scholarships for second semesler. Promoting and encouraging recreation, creating love of sports and furthering the ideals of good sportsmanship are goals of WRA. The organization held picnics, parties and presented awards at its annual banquet. Jane Goodrow headed the group. Miss Monice Somers sponsored the organization. Eta Rho Epsilon — BACK ROW: Jeannene Tucker, Andrea Kirk, Karen VenJohn, Barbara Brooks, Darlene Linder, Coni Seamans, Carol Annis, Carla Rathbun, Shirley Lowry, Charlotte Jorgensen, Reta Egbert, Linda Beesley, Sue Blank, Rosa Willhaus. SECOND ROW: Sprehe, Sheryl Nickelson, Jana Miller, Cynthia Gaul, Elaine Gardner, Mary Flax, Rose- mary Stanley, Karen Duncan, Sharon Michaelis, Sharon Russell, Pam Albert, Shirley Arneson, Elaine Norden. FRONT ROW: Carol Gilg, Linda Jennings, Luana Randels, Linda Kay Thompson, Nikki Williams, Mrs. Nancy Popp (sponsor), Robby Meyer, Lucille Ruda, Wava Ward, Wilma Michaelis, Eloise Cowan. Woman ' s Recreation Assn. — BACK ROW: Faye Hofenstine, Sue Blank, Andrea Kirk, Beverely Ritter, Carla Beesley, Jeannene Tucker, Anita Roberts, Charlotte Jorgensen, Linda McHenry, Elaine Tisdel. Diane Zachman. Barbara Brooks. THIRD ROW: Elaine Norden, Sherry Trumble, Patti Shover, Kath y Schertz, Lois Fagerquist, Coni Seamans, Janice Hailing, Sharon Russell, Diana Keith, Linda Beesley, Monice Somers (sponsor). SECOND ROW: Luana Randels, Ivalee Smith, Pam Albert, Wava Ward, Wilma Michaelis, Eloise Cowan, Carol Gilg, Robby Meyer, Linda Kay Thompson. FRONT ROW: Judy Axthelm, Cindy Cummins, Cynthia Hoffman, Elaine Gardner, Sharon Michaelis, Juanita Smith, Catherine Clark, Donna Gump, Jane Goodrow, Lucille Ruda. 146 Student National Education Assn. Of- ficers — BACK ROW: Dr. Gordon Price (sponsor), Gerald Duncan (sponsor), Arlie Haymond, Jr., Harry Long. FRONT ROW: Audry Mead, John Strella, Elaine Burg. People-to-People — BACK ROW: Mary Schreiber, M. Q. Sayed (sponsor), Robert Gieber (sponsor), Fawzi Aggad, Charles Vachal, Stephen Meade, Martin Keller, Juan Jimenez, Jr., Iraj Sharifi, Paris Farahnak. SECOND ROW: Janet Venr.enberg, Cecelia Post, Pauline Bixenman, Nancy Walters, Lola Loving, Sung Hae Chung, Jennie Carlson, Kathr ynn SNEA Contributes Gifts To Rehabilitation Centers Student National Education Assn, completed a round of holiday activities with gifts to patients at Larned State Hospital and children at the Day Care Center. While in Larned, members also caroled to the residents. Throughout the year, the club main- tained a scrapbook of its projects and activities. Outstanding sponsors of KSTA and FTA on college and high school levels received Dr. Clement Wood Awards. Representatives attended a Student KSTA- NEA conclave at Washburn University and the KSTA meeting here. John Strella was elected president. Dr. Gordon Price and Gerald Duncan served as spon- sors. Musselman, Kathleen Hirsch, Mohsen Mambeigl. FRONT ROW: Nasser Rahimian, Mary Adsit, Mary Flax, Melanie Anderson, Mary Wohlford, Elsa Arias, Takae Mitsuhash?, Augusto Pravia, Nasser Anissy, Ahmet Yazicioglu. P-t-P Accents Friendship, Promotes Understanding With an exchange of ideas as the motivating force, members of People-to-People learned and taught customs of foreign lands. The American stu- dents helped orient foreign students to campus and American life. Held in the spring, an International Art Festival featured exhibits from foreign coun- tries. To provide scholarships for foreign students, the organization sponsored activities during Leap Week and an International Tasting Party. At Christmas, gifts and toys were donated to the Children ' s Day Care Center. Mary Schreiber served as president. Dr. M. Q. Sayed sponsored the group. 147 New Members Honored During Kappa Mu Dinner During the spring semester Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematics, held a banquet in honor of the initiates and members. Dr. Ruth Rebekka Struick of the University of Colorado served as keynote speaker. Dr. Struick also lectured to mathematics classes during the day. Gary Schmidt was elected president. Marilynn Wilson served as the organiza- tion ' s sponsor. Six members of the honorary were elected to Who ' s Who while seven were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Agriculture Promoted Through Talks, Awards Speaking to high school students on College and Career Day, promoting agriculture within the com- munity and stressing scholarship comprised some projects of Delta Tau Alpha. The agriculture hon- orary presented an award to the freshman earning the most outstanding scholastic record in the field. Headed by Kenneth Stewart, the group sent dele- gates to the national convention in Louisiana. James Wells served as sponsor. The club also judged soil conservation posters. Kappa Mu Epsilon — BACK ROW: Eldon Thiessen, Stanley Chen, Wil- liam Scantlin, Peter Hegg, Keith Long, John Markle, John Riekenberg, Richard Bear, Neal Schmeidler, Phil Soice, Jerry Reid. THIRD ROW: Alan Klusener, Li-ren Fong, Bernard Laverentz, Leslie Wilson, R. L. Watkins, John Bailey, Richard Kraus, LeRoy Simoneau, Max Kennedy, Francis Forbes, Marilyn Wilson (sponsor). SECOND ROW: David Chan, William Belt, Carol Walline, Sharon Befort, Angela Bierman, Cheryl Haselhorst, Judy Ehrlich, Dorothy Knoll, Kent Weigel, Orville Etter, Fr. Harvey Dinkel. FRONT ROW: Marion Rolfs, Moussa Sians, Foster Dieckhoff, Dena Meenen, Judith Nusse, Peg Grover, Eugene Mason, Philip Howland, Gary Schmidt, Larry D. Smith, Everett Marshall. Delta Tau Alpha — BACK ROW: Dennis Reinert, Ken- neth Stewart, Lorn Schmidt, Clarence Biggs. THIRD ROW: Wesley Drosselmeyer, Michael McFall, Richard Blount. SEC- OND ROW: Charles Eubank, Clifford Alexander, Steven Bealby, Steven Nolan. FRONT ROW: William Smith, Richard Schalansky, James Zier, J. R. Wells (sponsor). 148 Beta Beta Beta — BACK ROW: Duane Houston (sponsor), George Capp, FRONT ROW; Joseph Thomasson, Jerold Hubbard, Marsha Osborne, Rodney Heitschmidt, Kent Schreiber, Robert Gesink, Robert Todd. Donald Cloutman, Keith Sexson. Tri-Beta Members Assist At Science Open House Beta Beta Beta, honorary biological science group, assisted in setting up displays and acting as guides for the biological science section of the all science open house. Membership in the organization is open to second semester sophomores with a 2.0 grade index in their biological science major field and a 1.5 over-all. President was Rodney Heitschmidt. Dr. Gary Hulett and Duane Houston were sponsors. Group Provides Aprons, Goggles for Lab Students For their service project, Chemistry Club supplied aprons and goggles for students doing work in the laboratories. In the spring, the club presented awards to the outstanding freshman and senior chemistry students. To accommodate an increased member- ship, the group revised the constitution. Ronald Mor- ford was elected club president. Robert Richards served as sponsor of the organization. Chemistry Club — BACK ROW: Robert Richards (sponsor), Steve Lott, Thomas Sekavec, Terry Krob, Wayne Stewart, Douglas Cole, Iraj Sharifi. SECOND ROW: Ronald Pfenninger, Anthony Wu, Kelly Deines, Bryon Burke, Don Tull, Alan Klusener. FRONT ROW: Ronald Morford, Mike Jansen, Vicki Giles, Cynthia Jacobs, Augusto Pravia. 149 Home Economics Chapter — BACK ROW: Elizabeth Dryden, Gail Suiter, Mary Harrel, Carol Zeman, Kay Young, Delores Herrmann, Denise Bamberger, Karen Smerchek, Nancy Koochel, Geraldine Henderson, Shirley Keller. SECOND ROW: Lela Jean Miller, Phyllis loerger, Nancy Herrington, Kaihy Bellerive, Judy Welker, Virginia Cooley, Linda Prochaska, Jolene Johnson, Donna Hall, Roberta Habiger, Fran Hayse. FRONT ROW: Jane Haskett, Susan Mattison, Dixie Cline, Connie Ballard, Beverly Rupp, Arleta Lohmann, Margene Helsel, Bernice Dreil- ing, Linda Ross, Marlene Odle, Rosemary Hlaus. BACK ROW: Janice Piland, Eloise Stamper, Nellie Walter, Rhonda Clarke, Melva Perryman, Ivalee Smith, Manila Klinzmann, Georgiana Hayse. SECOND ROW: Snarlene Stockton, Elizabeth Brening, Mary Mondero, Victoria Denton, Shirley Rader, Lenna Woods, Sharolyn Gobin, Mary Lou Zimmer. FRONT ROW: Judy Broeckelman, Joan Zimmer, Marilyn Morton, Patricia Peters, Jean Otte, Janet Pike, Marie Machart, Cindi Parsons, Senda Daily, Joan Conrad. Kappa Omicron Phi — BACK ROW: Marlene Odle, Rosemary Hlaus, Denise Bamberger, Nellie Walter, Diana Edgmon. SECOND ROW: Bernice Dreiling. Shirley Keller, Susan Walker, Marva Eberhart, Janice Piland. FRONT ROW: Margene Helsel, Nancy Koochel, Patty Stewart, Phyllis loerger, Geraldine Henderson. Home Economics Chapter Donates to Scholarships Holding a rummage sale as a fund-raising means, Home Economics Chapter contributed to local and national scholarships. As a service project the group aided residents of Hillcrest Manor nursing home. Delegates attended the Kansas Home Economics Meeting in Wichita and the American Home Eco- nomics Assn, conference in Dallas. Judy Broeckel- man served as president. June Krebs and Maxine Hoffman were sponsors. Selling Homemade Candy Finances KOP Scholarship Selling homemade candy at Christmas time Kappa Omicron Phi, home economics honorary, raised money to send a scholarship to a high school student at Crossmore School, Crossmore, N.C. Crossmore School is the continuing national service project. During August, representatives attended a conclave in Washington, D.C. Shirley Keller served as club president. Alice Beesley sponsored the group. 150 Industrial Arts Clubs Sponsor Fair, Alumni Contacts As a service project, Epsilon Pi Tau, industrial arts honorary, kept a current follow-up map of persons graduating from the department since 1914. By issu- ing the EPT News Letter, the organization maintained contact with former club members. Schools from across Kansas competed in the an- nual Industrial Arts Fair sponsored by the Industrial Arts Club. The best entry won the Ed Davis Award. Each semester the club gave a hamburger feed for the ten men attaining the highest grade average. Wayne Dempsey was president of Epsilon Pi Tau. Dr. Richard Cain served as sponsor. Vernon Lovin was elected president of Industrial Arts Club. Glenn Ginther was sponsor of the organization. Epsilon Pi Tau — BACK ROW: Gary Tobias, Wayne Dempsey, Dan McKee. FRONT ROW: Ronald Harkrader, Donald Haberman, William Johnson, Glenn Ginther (sponsor), Dr. Richard Cain (sponsor), Dennis Roland, Edward Spangenberg, Bryan Bachkora. Industrial Arts Club— BACK ROW: Don Suter, Vernon Lovin, Arthur Sayler, Ed tdgington, Edward Westerman, Glen Teel, James Gunn, Jesse Garetson, Glen Beckley. THIRD ROW: Stanley Schlepp, Richard Younker, Ronald Patton, Stephen Hoch, Milden Keith, Steve Cranston, Terry Kerbs, William Roland, Charles Eaton. SECOND ROW: Ervin Huslig, Ronald Harkrader, Rick Mills, Glen Harris, Richard Porter, Ed Votruba, George McNinch, Glenn Ginther (sponsor). FRONT ROW: Kenny Coover, Steve Deutscher, Galen Torline, Don Blazek, Jon Woolverton, Ron Gilbreath, Ron Kough, Merlin Gagelman, Donald Sherwood. BACK ROW: Lynden Klein, Wayne Dempsey, Dudley Sanreman, Ken Billups, Ronald I nsley, Dan Johnson, Dwight Dunham, Dr. Richard Cain, Robert Busch. THIRD ROW: Thomas Button, Robert Vavricka, Ken Feist, Thomas Rogers, Jack Howerton, Howard Degenhart, Dennis McKee. SECOND ROW: Maurice Haberman, Leon Albert, Donald Haberman, Don Thomp- son, Edward Spangenberg, Paul Chaffin, Duane Adams. FRONT ROW: Gary Tobias, Thomas Umscheid, Darrel Miller, Paul Lawrence, Bryan Bachkora, John Gingraux, Allen Selfridge, Curtis Swayze. 151 Sigma Alpha Eta — BACK ROW: Dr. Geneva Herndon (sponsor), Janet Walters, Barbara Russell, Karen Ochsner, Sue Rockwell, Anne Schroeder, Eileen Grauer, Carol Woydzaik, Andrea Yates, Dorothy Jones, Josephine Christman. SECOND ROW: Karen Mills, Jeanne Chronister, Pat Alver, Speech Honorary Presents With an increased membership, Sigma Alpha Eta, national speech and hearing honorary, conferred honorary membership on Miss Josephine Christman, speech therapist at Hadley Hospital. Acting as sec- retaries at the Kansas Speech and Hearing conven- tion and making Christmas cookies presented op- Janet Kuiper, Marlene Elniff, Jane Hamman. FRONT ROW: Diana Larson, Mary Lou Smith, Mary Adsit, Cathy Ostmeyer, Cheryl West- brooks, Joyce Reiss, Sue Stackhouse, Kathleen Schmidt. Membership to Therapist portunities for service projects. The state awarded traineeships in special education to Janet Walters and Diana Larson. Sue Stackhouse presided over the group. Dr. Geneva Herndon served as sponsor for the organization. Care Center, and Hadley Hospital. Other projects included a picnic and spring banquet. 152 Lambda lota Tau — BACK ROW: Ron Fischli, Kathy Facklam, Kathy Walters. Sherry Powers. FRONT ROW: Connie Parish, Virginia Gilmore. Dianne Gum, Roslyn Moran. Literary Group Reviews Modern Day Hip Poetry Lambda lota Tau members reviewed modern hip poetry for the " Smoky Hill Review, " a Fort Hays State publication based on student works. Connie Parish served as president. In summing up the year, members held and attended a banquet. Sponsors were David Ison, Mrs. Alice McFarland and Dr. Samuel Sackett. Nurses Club — BACK ROW: Beverly Buchanan, Vickie Fehrman, Gwyn Gienqer, Pam Thurman, Jerra Garetson, Barbara Schiltz, Betty Mc- Mulkin, Deresa Dible, Sister M. Theodine (sponsor). THIRD ROW: Kathy Swonger, Patty Mills, Connie Van Wey, Clelia Howland, Mary Marchand, Janet Coady, Sarah Casey, Sandra Nebel, Kevin Nelson. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Walker, Celeste Barber, Rise Bell, Naomi Isenbart, Belinda Borth, Barbara Welse, Marilyn Seyb, Gloria O ' Bleness, Janice Romine, Kaylere Karban. FRONT ROW: Karen Rolf, Reatha Schmidt, Susie Manning, Karla Connor, Sharon Wyatt, Barbara Kats, Joyce Driscoll, Cora Pfannenstiel, Linda Barton. BACK ROW: Dean Zerr, Nurses Include Patients And Conference in Plans Seeking to establish themselves with other student nurses, delegates attended the Kansas State Student Nurse Assn, conclave in Topeka. Susan Karst was president of the club. Elinor Lounsberry served as adviser. Projects included selling ZIP code directories and working with patients at Larned State Hospital. Susan Karst - , Nancy Tucker, Jackie Becker, Diana Beaty, Kathy Roberts, Kathy Fisher, Mary Hughes, Pam Ayers, Durward Lynch, Cheryl Carlon. FOURTH ROW: Mary Humpert, Doris Dragoo, Dianne Kemp, Sue Tindell, Patti Shover, Cindy Wettstein, Mary Ann Jacobs, Linda Moody, Phyllis Ernst. THIRD ROW: Judy Linenberger, Mary Ann Coady, Nancy McColm, Barbara Nelson, Margaret Vesecky, Shirley Quint, Carolyn Gassner, Tonja Summers, Susan Swank. SECOND ROW: Elaine Wetzel, Emma Janne, Linda Rassette, Susan Rauscher, Janis Schiedeman, Shirley Hodges, Boni McBride, Barbara Boyd. FRONT ROW; Sylvia Krause, Kathleen Lindenman, Carol Snodgrass, Susan Hays, Kathryn Urban. 153 Fort Hays Star Promenaders — BACK ROW: Danny Walker, Kay Lynn Philip, Larry Litson, John Carmichael, Martin Keller, Andrea Kirk, Chuck Chandler, Jon Rupp, Keith Houghton, Grady Elder, Doug Opdycke. THIRD ROW: Ron Insley, Joe Clements, Thomas Byerley, Phyllis Cox, Dan Mehringer, Jon Case, Karen Van Vleet, Alan Vopat, Glen Teel, Marvin Baldwin, Donna Norden. SECOND ROW: Gail Cyr, Wayne Square Dancers Join Ranks Organized during the second semester, Fort Hays Star Promenaders became one of the two new groups initiated during the school year. The dance group selected Neil Nulton to lead them during the first year. Cade Suran sponsored the organization as well as often serving as caller and instructing those un- familiar with square dancing. Learning to call, putting Archer, Karen Keller, Joyce Wolfram, lola Small, Sheryl Hamel, Doris Dragoo, Susan Reif, Earl Kuhn, Vergie Opdycke, Lynn Bunker, Dianne Gum. FRONT ROW: Cade Suran (sponsor), Neil Nulton, Marie Machart, Beverly Rupp, Jo Ann Nulton, Martha Sauer, Connie Gibson, Leon Moeder, Bob Dey, Judy Koetkemeyer, Sue Opdycke. of Campus Organizations to use dances learned in square dance courses of- fered by the college and meeting with other square dance clubs were the main goals proposed by the club. As a social organization the Star Promenaders declared membership open to all students, faculty and staff. FHS Debate Club Has Good Season. Competing in tournaments from Har- vard University to the University of Wyoming, Pi Kappa Delta members and debaters brought home 12 trophies. One team competed in the District IV Na- tional Debate Tournament Qualifier at Ames, Iowa. Only the top 24 teams in an eight-state region earned the right to compete in this tourney. For the first time FHS hosted its own tournament. Teams entering the Dust Devil Tournament had not won in other tournaments. Under the coaching of Dan Miller, debaters had one of the most successful seasons ever at FHS. Pi Kappa Delta — BACK ROW: Henry Wolfe, Linda Winter, Jeff Ehrlich. SECOND ROW: Dixie Westervelt, Pat Smith, Sharia Barber. FRONT ROW: Gerry Saunders, Debbie Ray, D. L. Miller (sponsor). 154 Newly organized Fort Hays Star Promenaders provided opportunities for meeting new friends and learning to square dance. Preparation of their own meals preceded any banquet sponsored by Kappa Omicron Phi or the Home Economics Club. Fort Hays State gamblers and cardsharks sharpened their skills dur- ing the Union-sponsored " Harold ' s Club " Casino Party. 155 Political Ideas Stressed In Young Demos Group As one of two political organizations on the Fort Hays State campus, Collegiate Young Democrats help students formulate their political philosophies. The group started membership drives in the fall, then worked steadily during the year in preparation for the summer primaries and presidential election in the fall of 1968. Dr. Gordon Davidson served as the group ' s sponsor. Numerous CYR Meetings Held Throughout Kansas Delegates of Collegiate Young Republicans at- tended numerous conventions in the state of Kansas. Topeka, Hutchinson and Dodge City hosted state CYR committees and meetings. The state CYR con- vention was held in Wichita. Marie Woods was elected president of the political organization. Dr. William Moreland was sponsor. One member com- pleted a term in a state chairmanship while another was elected to a state office. Collegiate Young Democrats — BACK ROW: Dr. Gordon W. Davidson FRONT ROW: Bob Murphy, Todd Fuller, Tom Leiker, Jack McCord, (sponsor), Ken Jackson, Bennie Irvin, Mark Schwartz, Sheila Giles. Sally Wernet. Collegiate Young Republicans — BACK ROW: Fred Johnson, Glen Grun- Linda Steitz, Mary Ellen Gore, Myrna Sue Helle, Thomas Railsback. wald, Bill Rogers, Lynda Bongartz, Stephen Miller, Barbara Bolt, Stephen FRONT ROW: Lois Ruder, Pat Smith, Karen Ochsner, Marie Woods, Paynter. SECOND ROW: Nancy Robinson, Terry Carswell, Judith Wise, Lynda James, Mike Schmidt, Cindy Cummins. 156 Veterans ' Club — BACK ROW: Gary Anschutz, James Finch, Jim Shiew, E. FRONT ROW: Mike Keiley, Chester Huckabey, Errol Glaze, William Jay Deines, Raymond Fagan, Don Palmer. SECOND ROW: Larry Deines, Evans, Jay Thielen. Herbert Petracek, Robert Harmon, Joseph Kirkman, Dennis Bell. Vets Donate Furlough Proceeds to Endowment Fund Sponsoring the Furlough with proceeds donated to the Endo wment Assoc, was one of the many proj- ects undertaken by Veteran ' s Club. E. Jay Deines served as president and chairman of the 1968 Fur- lough Days Committee. Robert Richards served as sponsor. Members attended an APO Leadership conference. The men also sponsored the drill team of the Adolescence Ward of Larned State Hospital. Men served as color guard at football games and parades. Conservation Joins Campus Groups Organized in the spring, the Student Chapter of the Soil Conservation So- ciety of America became one of the several new organizations to join the list of campus activities. Electing Richard Joyce as the first president, the group branched into many fields. Members urged Congressional and legislative pas- sage of conservation bills. They also lent support to the anti-litter campaign. Thaine Clark served as sponsor of the group. Making their knowledge and ability available, the men helped Boy Scout troops with conservation projects. Joining the ranks of the new organizations, Soil Conservation Club served the community by helping Boy Scout troops v ith conservation projects. 157 4-H Club— BACK ROW: Ed Moore, Louise Redger, Lee Phillips, Randy Bane, Vicki Giles, Linda Wiesner, Martin Keller. SECOND ROW: Peggy Moomaw, lola Small, Arleta Lohmann, Margaret Ann Vesecky, Joyce Douthit, Fran Hayse, Roberta Day, Sharroll Bailey. FRONT ROW: Cheryl Carsten, Mrs. Barbara Garton (sponsor), Rise Bell, Connie Gibson, Donna Hall, Linda Patchen, Cythnia Gray. Judging, State Fair Keep 4-H Club Members Busy Putting knowledge to work, Collegiate 4-H Club members served as fudges at area 4-H club days and helped with events at the state fair in Hutchin- son. Members took part in a cleaning day at the state 4-H camp, Rock Springs Ranch. Randy Bane served as president. Mrs. Barbara Sarton was club sponsor. Riders Enter Competition, Sponsor Western Dance Participating in the competition, Rodeo Club hosted its third inter-collegiate rodeo. The club also sponsored a western barn dance. Awarded on an academic basis, scholarships were presented to a freshman and a senior member. Terry Collins was president. Leon Maxson and Robert Lowen were sponsors. Rodeo Club — BACK ROW: Jim Daily, Rick Stewart, Earl Kuhn, Lorn Schmidt, Tim Symns, Jim Bobinmyer, Stan Penland, Dick Norman, Ronald Chester, Doug Philip (sponsor ). SECOND ROW: John Huck, Warren Petty, Donald Seufer, Leon Moeder, John Ficken, Doug Buckanay, Larry Hickman. FRONT ROW: Vickie Dickson, Cheryl Scott, Janice Bergquist, Gloria Eilers, Pat Daniels, Joan Zimmer, Joy Lawrence, Chris Brown. BACK ROW: Gary Miller, W. R. Duncan, Jack Gardner, Gary Meggers, Mike Womacks, Jay Jones, Larry Kumle, John Stewart, John Squire, Keith Teasley. THIRD ROW: R. D. Fiskel, Rodney Einsel, Clair Carlisle, Bill Wilson, Doug Roberts, Ron Ochs, Sig Collins, Larry Poison, Mike Nichols, Tim Meyer. SECOND ROW; Linda Burdge, Karen Stewart, Karen Marti, Kaylynn Philip, Pansy Callaway, Karen Duncan, Les Strick- land, Tom McElroy, Roy Turley, John Rohrbough. FRONT ROW: Debby Sramek, Carol Panzer, Paula Ott, Conna Bingaman. 158 History Books Purchased For Donation to Library History Club initiated a continuing service proj- ect of purchasing one history book per year and contributing it to Forsyth Library. Lynda Bongartz headed the club in its second year. Helmut Schmel- ler served as sponsor. This organization works close- ly with Phi Alpha Theta, history honorary. The two groups met together to consider programs of his- torical interest and hear speakers on various eras in history. Selected Members Attend Regional History Meet Phi Alpha Theta, history honorary, sent delegates to the regional conference first semester. Jo Ann Ruckman completed her first year as sponsor of the organization. The group selected Gene Buinger as president. Outstanding graduate and undergraduate papers received the Welty Awards. Membership in the honorary requires at least twelve hours of history with a 2.0 in these courses plus a 2.0 overall. History Club — BACK ROW: Mary Jane Booth, Richard Stahl, Roy Ingram, Jerry Ramsey. FRONT ROW: Zelda Neely, Donalea Fink, Phi Alpha Theta — BACK ROW: Kenneth Smith, Doug Hurt, Lavern Courtney, Jerry Marsh, Darrell Ruder, Robert Osborn, Donald Facklam, Gary Lamb, Alan Kenyon. SECOND ROW: Dr. Leo Oliva (sponsor), Dan Gish, Rex Cooper, Robert Shear, Michael Page, Gene Buinger, Barbara Bolt, Lynda Bongartz. Sandra Hintz, Berdene Russell, Dan Deines, Cheryl Redd. FRONT ROW: H. J. Schmeller (sponsor), Paul Cox, Gordon Stull, Kenneth Cook, " John Morr is, Mary Jane Chlumsky, Jo Anne Brown, Mary Kay Mapes, Diane Nusbaum, Donna Lusk. 159 Business Club Attempts Promotional Film on FHS Stressing service for the college, Alpha Kappa Psi, men ' s business fraternity, concentrated on photo- graphs of Kansas industry, a promotional film on FHS and a banquet. Maynard Estes was elected pres- ident while Richard Osborne served as adviser. Mem- bers and dates attended spring and Christmas for- mals. Raffle Proceeds Increase Organization’s Treasury Gaining 10 new members increased the ranks of Pi Omega Pi. Headed by Tari Marietta, the business education honorary raffled off a stereo as a money- making project. Serving coffee at KSTA business ed- ucation meetings and IBM workshops completed service projects. Miss Leona Gallion finished her first year as sponsor. Alpha Kappa Psi — BACK ROW: Dave Hendrickson, Jack Blauer, Kent Goodwin, Doral Woolen, Harold Harting, Steve Honomichl, Randy Bane, Tearel Drach. SECOND ROW: Blake Hempler, John Eck, Dwight Wiehl, Pi Omega Pi — BACK ROW: Elaine Burg, Lola Romine, Donna Norden, David Dennis, Janet Biitel, Marilyn Smith. SECOND ROW: Lynda Dreil- ing, Joy Georg, Lucille Houser, Jolene Sulzman, Karen Lee Keller. Maynard Estes. Bill Mangels, Steve Wondra, James Montgomery, Larry Denning. FRONT ROW: James E. Myers, Thomas Befort, Kurtis Siemers, Larry Ollek, John Trapp, Tracy Abies, Richard Osborne (sponsor). FRONT ROW: Pattie Howarter, Pauline Bixenman, Tari Marietta, Mar- ilyn Bouchey, Sue Ingram, Mary Robison. 160 Phi Beta Lambda — BACK ROW: Bill Stewart (sponsor), Greg Gleason, Jon Case, Larry Klaus, Don Wingert, Lavern Schulte, Dennis Michaelis, Doral Woolen, Roy Hendrickson, Dwight Milton, Robert Ballard. THIRD ROW: Riley Rankin, Roger Hatfield, Wayburn Kissick, De Annette Black- wood, Deanna Bookhouser, Pat Dinkel, Charlene Flagler, Judy Redd, Don- na Norden, John Dugan, Alan Atwater (sponsor). SECOND ROW: James Myers, Linda Gardner, Linda Caldwell, Aneta Ruff, Janice Cyr, Pauline Bixenman, Mary Robison, Linda Eckhart, Erryn Landis, Janet Depe, Sherry Neitzel, Sharon Vlasak (sponsor), Vera Thomas (sponsor). FRONT ROW: Janice Overmiller, Joan Zimmer, Mary Ann Drees, Jo- lene Seifert, Ellen Beyer, Vickie Dickson. Terry Soukup, Mary Lou Zimmer, Sharor. Giebler, Susan Nolan. Survey of Business Area Promoted as Club Project Conducting a survey of the business students at FHS concerning the adequacy of the offered busi- ness curriculum headed a list of projects completed by Phi Beta Lambda, departmental business club. With Aneta Ruff as president, leadership in business and business education determined the group ' s goals. Psychology Club Attends Conclaves at K-State, KU Kappa Delta Sigma, psychology honorary, attend- ed graduate colloquia at K-State and KU. The group ordered films and invited speakers for the benefit of psychology students. With Richard Almgren as pres- ident, the group completed its second year on the FHS campus. Irving Rawlings was sponsor. Kappa Delta Sigma — BACK ROW: Rich- ard Almgren, Mary Donis Yilk. Irving Rawlings (sponsor). SECOND ROW: Jim Benoit, Larry Dawes, Delmer Thibault, Keith Ogburn. FRONT ROW: Wayne Schon, Norma Wagner, Joseph Giacob- be. 161 German Club — BACK ROW: Eric Harfmann, Dan Riechenborn, Allen El- loitt, Darrel Neuschafer, Joe Meier, Marjorie Weber, Linda Winter. Dan- ny Walker, Paul Cox, Mark Stuart. SECOND ROW: Carole Converse, Larry DePiesse. Donalea Fink, Janice Hailing. Jo Ann Grauerholz, Richard Dietz, Dale Sekavec, Dave Wasinger, Gary Schmidt. FRONT ROW: Nancy Hewins, Elaine Adamson, Elaine Tisdel, Sondra Glick, Virginia Wood, Sylvia Brockmeier, Phyllis Schmidt, Mary Ann Feist, Mrs. Leona Pfeifer (sponsor), Steve Scot!, Russ Schmidt. i , ,j[j || . ; U.; 1 ;j III ¥ ' I it If s 1 if sift? 11 la ■ritt 1; ] ; ! ; 1 li I3IHh Q - f • ! I f 1 It || 1 « f £ [j I i ! IT A -■ i J 1! l JUaE rn ' i W til if IP f HKT If I J 1 ) 1 W ' M Spanish Club — BACK ROW: Jane Debauche, Dr. J uan Jimeniz (spon- sor), Irwin Staab, Ed Pixler, Robin Graver, Don Rynerson, Lynda Bon- gartz, Sharon Pettijohn, Barbara Converse, Juan Jimeniz, Jr. SECOND ROW: Raymond Bleem, Warren Tacha, Charles Worden, Veronica An- drews, Theresa Lambert, Linda Steitz, Mary Schreiber, Nancy Walters, Pauline Bixenman, Jesus Barraque. FRONT ROW: Grace Carballo, Milly Oborny, Eileen Heier, Cheryl Berry, Barbara Johnson, Denise Olomon, Ruthona Houston, Maria Barraque, Elsa Arias, Dr. Benito Carballo (spon- sor). Radio Program Features German Christmas Carols During the holidays, members of German Club presented a radio program of German Christmas carols in addition to hosting a traditional German Christmas party for club members. The club rounded out holiday activites by caroling at St. Anthony ' s Hospital in Hays and St. John ' s Rest Home in Vic- toria. By using films, records, and guest speakers, members learned about different facets of German life. With an increase in membership, the language or- ganization promoted active participation by making book awards to outstanding members. Mary Stuart was chosen to act as president for the second year. Mrs. Leona Pfeifer sponsored the organizatior Spanish Students Explore Authors’ Writings at KU Attending Cervantes Day at Kansas University in April, individual members of Spanish Club took part in presenting the literary works of Spanish authors. The club, open to anyone interested in Spanish, learned more about the culture through speakers and Spanish films. Being a native of Cuba, sponsor Dr. Benito Carballo provided additional information about Spanish customs and traditions. The annual spring picnic provided an outing at Cedar Bluffs. For the holiday season, the organization caroled and held a typical Spanish Christmas party. Earlier in the year the club sponsored a hay rack ride. Theresa Lambert was elected club president. 162 Dames Club — BACK ROW: Linda Case, LaVerna Thompson, Kay Smith, Lonnie Reece, Ruth Ann Bruce, Connie Murphy, Judi Farmer, Sandi Sail- man, Joyce Birdsell. SECOND ROW: Mary Kay Bowen, Pamala Bowman, Connie Grizzell, Rose Grigsby, Susan Mayo, Nikki Vincent, Doreen Dawes. FRONT ROW: Lavonne Beezley, Paula Sanford, Vicki Albert, Sharon Bell, Janet Claudel, Donna Spaiz, Sharyn Dowdell, Sharon Huis- man. BACK ROW: Jo Murphy, Mrs. Beverly Lowen (sponsor), Mrs. Sue Maxson (sponsor), Ruthie Hammond, Pam Pool, Cheryl Smith, Lynn Mares, Vicki Constable, Ruth Dutton. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Hewes, Judy Heitschmidt, Carol Smiley, Linnea Crow, Susan Hallacy, Dianna Stapleton, Mary Lee Kadel, Lois Koenigsman, Marleen Wendel. FRONT ROW: Velma Andregg, Gloria Heubner, Sheila Fieser, Eileen Schreiner, Roxanna Felbush, Kay Root, Pam Leitner, Karen Capp. Group Emphasizes Goal Through ‘Hubby’ Awards " Putting Hubby Through, " a special award pre- sented each semester to members whose husbands are graduating from Fort Hays State, stressed one of the basic goals of Dames Club. Money-making proj- ects included se lling Christmas cards and a bazaar. In the tradition of the holiday season, the club gave a party for children of members and went caroling. Spring activities included a tasting party, an Eas- ter party for the children, a formal dinner-dance and a family picnic. LaVerna Thompson was president. Mrs. Doris Faulkner, Mrs. Beverly Lowen and Mrs. Sue Maxson jointly served as sponsors. Students 9 Travel Proves Valuable for French Club Fort Hays State students who have traveled in France presented programs to members of French Club. To provide a chance for students to practice their classroom French, the organization held weekly chatting sessions. Featuring French customs and foods, a Christmas party highlighted the holidays. Learning songs and games typical of the French people, the group studied the culture of the coun- try. Certificates de Merite en francais were present- ed to outstanding French students. Jeannine Dalto n was elected president. Sponsor of the organization was Robert Sieber. French C I u b — B A C K ROW: Gerald Laprade, Robert Gieber (sponsor), Jeannine Dalton, Charles V a c h a I , Bob Purdy. FRONT ROW: Marwan Nahas (sponsor), Sung Hae Chung, Terry Lesov- slty, Jody Rupp, Eldene Forney, Janice Blank, Lin- da Werth. Naiarene, above; Lutheran, center; and Methodist, be- low; are but three of the seventeen churches in Hays. All area churches offer students at Fort Hays State the opportunity to worship through their own religion. Stu- dents are encouraged to set aside time in their busy schedules to worship God as they deem best. 164 17 Area Churches Offer Varied Religious Functions Held in the Wesley Foundation building, United Chris- tian Fellowship sponsored a coffee house for college stu- dents. The Blurry Eye provided an opportunity for stu- dents to gather for programs, entertainment and discus- sion. David Wilkerson, author of The Cross and the Switch- blade, spoke on the FHS campus. The best-selling re- ligious book dealt with the conversion of a New York teen-age gang leader to love and Christ. Wilkerson ' s appearance was jointly sponsored by Intervarsity Chris- tian Fellowship, Baptist Student Movement and Chi Al- pha. St. Fidelis in Victoria, known to most travelers as the " Cathedral of the Plains, " is one of the best-known churches in Western Kansas. Its twin spires are visible for miles across the plains. The cathedral is known for its beauty and the Germanic influence of its cemetery markers. 165 Wearing their cheerleader costumes on days lead yells and cheers during football and bas- games are held helped create spirit and en- ketball season, thusiasm for the upcoming contest. The girls Fort Hays State Varsity Cheerleaders — BACK ROW: Barbara FRONT ROW: Debby Ingram, Cindy Parsons, Judy Gregg. Bickford, Sidney Zerfas, Julie Morrison, Laah Hachmeister. 166 Tiger Debs — BACK ROW: Gwen Wright, Sheryl Nicholson, Linda Burdge, Trudy Fox, Verlene Rose, Karen Anderson, Judy Redd, Marge Wiehl, Paula Razak, Yvonne French, Sandy Roberts. FRONT ROW: Sharon Graham, Barb Nelson, Dianne Kemp, Kim Bramcher, Juanita Smith, Janet Goodrow, Pam Irby, Ma Donna Pfeifer. Organized during the fall, Tiger Debs performed as a preci- sion dance and drill unit. As a group they presented pre- game and half-time shows for football and basketball games. They also performed in the Varsity Band Show. 167 Memorial Union Program Council — BACK ROW: Jim Baxter, Tom Baxter, Terry Keenan, Julie Bur- rell, Barbara Nichol, O. Z. Bizzell (sponsor). FRONT ROW: Cathy Graham, Sherry Powers, Penny Ryan, Bill Rueb. Union Hospitality Noted In MU Council Activities Under the chairmanship of Tom Baxter, Memorial Union Program Council provided hospitality and en- tertainment through Free Coffee Day, International Gourmet Dinner, Sweetheart Ball and Best-Dressed Coed on Campus. O. Z. Bizzell served as sponsor. Delegates attended conferences at the K-State Union in November. Orchesis Displays Talent In Modern Dance Show Accompanied by Jazz Ensemble, Orchesis pre- sented a modern dance concert during the spring semester. The dance group hosted choreographer Charles Weidman for a master dance workshop. Ear- lier in the year selected students and director Di- Anne Damro attended the National Dance Sympo- sium at the University of Iowa. 168 Sigma Alpha lota — BACK ROW: Sandra Befort, Linda Michaelis, Bar- bara Mustoe, Donna Synovec, Susan Gooch, Rita Rasmussen. THIRD ROW: Lois J. Smith. Donna Thompson, Vicky Meyer, Jeannette Evans, Gloria Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Eldonna Dyche, Joyce Pennington, Barbara Ochs, Karla Jean Novotny, Vivian Bray, Carolyn Stamper, Mari- anne Kats. FRONT ROW: Cynthia Gray, Louise Polcyn, Penny Pruter, Judy Ahrens, Tamara Sebaugh, Carla Ringle. Phi Mu Alpha — BACK ROW: John Buehler, Terry Krob. Mike Springfeldt, Terry Mai, Chuck Rouse, Kenneth Miller, Robert Brown (sponsor). SEC- OND ROW: Dale Sekavec, John Francisco, David Eppinger, Thomas Railsback, Bob Regier, Dave Dudrey, Mike Johnson. FRONT ROW: Rich- ard Schwein, Jim Mullen, Gary Merklein, Dennis Allen, Jim Kuhlman, Galen Olson, John Burley. SAI Includes Caroling Among Year’s Activities Service projects of Sigma Alpha lota, professional music fraternity for women, included caroling for FHS faculty and Hadley Memorial Rehabilitation pa- tients. Barbara Mustoe was elected president. Mrs. Joan Henry sponsored the organization. Selling Christmas candles and two garage sales supplement- ed club funds. Musical Group Sponsors Jazz Ensemble Concert Sponsoring the Jazz Ensemble concert provided money for the Phi Mu Alpha scholarship fund. In September the honorary music fraternity awarded David Dudrey a scholarship from this fund. With Robert Brown as sponsor, the group received the Charles E. Lutton Province Award. John Buehler served as president. 169 Woman ' s Glee Club— BACK ROW: Vicki Giles, Ann Baugher, Debbie Leis, Betty Hale, Elizabeth Dryden, Gloria Eilers, Carol Annis, Rose Mary Barron, Laverne Van Kooten, Carolyn Terbovich, Julia Burrell, Erryn Landis, Jeanne Chronister. Elizabeth Brening. THIRD ROW: Jeanette McClure, Fran Hayse, Margaret Ann Vesecky, Marsha Dibble, Neva Whitney, Jane Ginther, Vicky Meyer, Barbara Oden, Anita Becker, Kaye Swank, Rita Pollnow, Mary Stapleton, Margaret Thacker. SECOND ROW: Linda Stieben, Maridell Goings, Linda Grant, Eloise Funk, Jacquie Sims, Karen Witwer, Elizabeth Martin, Ivalee Smith, Beverly Cox, Venita Hill, Eldonna Dyche, Sharon Hardy. FRONT ROW: Patrick Goeser (sponsor), Constance Martin, Patricia Peters, Colette Pearce, Elaine Bittel, Penny Pruter, Jeri Dee Kough, Deborah Ingram, Marsha Merritt, Judy Gregg, Linda Thompson, LeAnne Fulwider, Carol Sanger. Men ' s Glee Club— BACK ROW: David Carter, Tim Zielke, Wes Oakley, Lawrence Krehbiel, Tim Murphy, Rod Livengood, Edward Westerman, Fred Appleby, Steve Lamon, Dave Norton, Clyde Amerine, Larry Ger- ber. SECOND ROW: Patrick Goeser (conductor), Kenneth Munson, Jerry Hawks, Ralph Thomm, Darryl Gleason, Dennis Rice, Steve Gerber, Robb Eaton, Larry Klaus, Dennis Bell, Stephan Kadel, Buford DeBolt. FRONT ROW: Brian Brooks, Larry Westhoff, Ed Votruba, LeRoy Jordan, Lee Phillips, Everett DeHaven, Allan Carter, Elmer Ward, Jim Burns, Richard Porter, Gary Zimbelman, Darrel Bowell. Music Organizations Join For Christmas Program Combining with Men ' s Glee, Collegian Chorale and String Orchestra, Women ' s Glee Club partici- pated in the annual Christmas Vespers. Under the di- rection of Patrick Goeser, the club opened the Ves- pers with a selection of ten carols. With over 50 members, the organization is open to all women who want to sing and participate in college performances. Men’s Glee Club Utilizes FHS Male Vocal Talent As a course for a regular credit hour, Men’s Glee Club gives students other than music majors a chance to sing under professional direction and par- ticipate in college performances. Under the direc- tion of Patrick Goeser, Men ' s Glee combined with Collegian Chorale in presenting the traditional Christ- mas Vespers. More than 35 men participated in the; group. 170 Brass Choir Entertains College and Community Especially in demand during the holiday season, Brass Choir gave performances for college, church and civic affairs during the year. Under the direc- tion of Dr. Leland Bartholomew, a brass specialist, the choir often shares tour and concert stages as it did with Percussion Ensemble and Fort Hays Singers. FH Singers Considered Top Vocalists on Campus Handpicked by their director, Dr. Donald Stout, Fort Hays Singers occupied one of the most versatile and elite positions within the college and division of music. Containing some of the top vocalists on the FHS campus, Singers teamed with Brass Choir in presenting their first semester concert. Brass Choir — BACK ROW: Dr. Leland Bartholomew (conductor), Chuck Rouse, Curtis Wright, Rhea Foster, Gary Merklein, Robert Regier, Ro- zanne Avery, Mike Johnson, Bryon Westerman, John Burley, David Ep- pinger, Mike Treu. FRONT ROW: Larry Bolton, Barbara Johnson, Vin- cent Landau, David Dudrey. Fort Hays Singers — BACK ROW: Philip Shuman, Susan Gooch, Galen Olson, Donna Synovec, John Buehler, Pam Kraus, Bud Ayers. SECOND ROW: Dr. Donald Stout (conductor), Mary Lee Wilgers, Ron Lindberg, Jeannette Evans, Mike Springfeldt, Kathy Georg, Lavern Million. FRONT ROW: Brenda Kelley, David Bauer, Lana Gieber, Terry Mai, Rita Ras- mussen. 171 Music Ensembles, Choirs Provide Specialized Study Specialized music groups provided students with an opportunity for concentrated study on a particu- lar instrument. Many of the ensembles and choirs appeared in conjunction with other bands and or- chestras. String Orchestra combined with Symphony Or- chestra and vocalists in presenting " The Devil and Daniel We bster. " During Christmas Vespers, they ac- companied Collegian Chorale, then presented a special suite. The String Quartet accompanied a bas- soonist and vocalist in the senior recital program. State Band Tour Ends With KMEA Convention Varsity Band ' s three-day tour to five Kansas high schools was climaxed by a performance for the Kan- sas Music Educators Assn, convention in Wichita. Varsity Band, which presented the Varsity Band Show in November, divided into many other instru- mental groups — Symphony Band, Marching Band, Tiger Pep Band, ensembles and choirs. All these groups filled a specific need in the school and com- munity. Directed by Lyle Dilley, the group sponsored a fall Band Day and marching contest for area high schools. Woodwind Ensemble — Joyce Pennington, Carol Bailey, Donna Thompson, Louise Polcyn. String Quartet — Sandra Befort, Wendy Zelenka, Kay Young, Marilyn Monts. String Orchestra — BACK ROW: Edwin Shindler, Sandra Befort. Lucille ROW: Bonnie Hemken, Dr. K Marie Stolba, Wendy Zelenka, Carol Ze- Felten, Betty Martin, Linda Storm, Linda Wilson, Mary Lee Wilgers, Kay man, Doris Swearengin, Bonnie Storm, Dean Angeles, Marilyn Monts. Young, Robert Little, Edwin Moyers (conductor), Phyllis Schleich. FRONT 172 Varsity Band presents a modern interpretation of instrumental music through groups such as Jazz Band and Brass Choir. Men of the Marching Band are selected from total band enroll ment; women may volunteer to serve as alternates. Choir Presents Concerts to Selected by audition, Concert Choir was the top large choral group on the Fort Hays State campus. Composed mainly of upperclassmen, the company presented concerts for high schools and administra- tors on their two-day Kansas tour. In January the College and High Schools group presented its campus concert. During the spring semester the Choir performed for area high schools at the Choral Clinic. Dr. Donald Stout served as conductor of the group first semester. For the sec- ond semester Patrick Goeser was conductor. For special events, such as dedication of the library and com- mencement, Concert Choir is summoned. Members of the choir and other vocalists joined with instrumentalists in pre- senting the spring opera, " The Devil and Daniel Webster. " 173 Clarinet Choir — BACK ROW: John Francisco, Christine Brown, Don Ur- ban, Carolyn Preedy, Clinton Raynes, Mike Tate, Dennis West, Naomi Walker, Mary Beth Tomlinson, Joe Gilbert. FRONT ROW: Peggy Ost- hoff, Roann Harmon, Nanci Thiele, Shercen Perry, Linda Shaw, Yvonne French, Peggy Tedford, Eileen Rogers, Jan Deines. Clarinet Choir Employs Seldom Used Instruments Under the direction of Harold Palmer, the Clari- net Choir has been part of the FHS music depart- ment since 1952. First organized as part of a band camp, the choir utilizes the seldom found A-flat So- pranino Clarinet and F Basset Horn along with nor- mally found instrumentation. On the two-day concert tour of six Kansas high schools and during college concerts, the majority of music was in manuscript form having been arranged by Palmer. FHS boasts the largest library for clarinet choirs in the country. Musicians Stage Concert Of Modern Entertainment Teaming up with Clarinet Choir, Percussion Ensem- ble presented a first semester recital. Percussion en- sembles are a Twentieth Century product. Only with- in the past 25 years have these ensembles been play- ing outside of organized bands. In concert and on tour the FHS group presented such modern compo- sitions as " Nonet " by McKenzie and " Introduction and Fugue " by Buggert. The ensemble is under the direction of Ernest Bastin. A concert tour of six Kan- sas high schools was made with Brass Choir. Percussion Ensemble— BACK ROW: Carolyn Preedy, Jeannette Evans, Eppinger, Michael Treu, Darlene Knox, Cynthia Gray, Ernest Bastin Candace Young, Clinton Raynes, Susan Merklein. FRONT ROW: David (conductor). 174 Jazz Concert Premiers Student-Faculty Numbers Combining with John Chambers Trio, an area en- tertainment group, Jazz Ensemble presented a De- cember concert performing such numbers as " Joe " , an original composition by Gary Blauer, an FHS stu- dent. Arrangements of " A Taste of Honey " by en- semble conductor Ernest Bastin and " Got a Lot of Livin ' to Do " by Blauer made up part of the group ' s repertoire. Civic Symphony Orchestra Performs Classical Works Changing the name from College-Community Or- chestra to Fort Hays Civic Symphony Orchestra, the group presented works by such famous composers as Mozart, Hayden and Handel. Excerpts from Richard Wagner ' s " Lohengrin " closed the first semester con- cert. Lyle Dilley served as Orchestra director. The Orchestra includes students and area musicians. Jazz Ensemble — Personnel: Ernest Bastin (conductor), Karen Anderson, Gary Blauer, Art Buehler, John Burley, David Dudrey, Jeannette Evans, Rhea Foster, John Francisco, Ron Frank, Mike Johnson, Terry Karlin, Vince Landau, Gary Merklein, Ken Miller, Craig Ragan, Clinton Raynes, Robert Regier, Tom Schrieber, Michael Treu, Byron Westerman. Fort Hays Civic Symphony Orchestra performs each semester in Felten- area musicians, this orchestra serves as a link between the college and Start Theater. Made up of collegians, high school students and other community. 175 Costumes, skits, refreshments and smiles prevail at formal rush parties given by the sororities each fall. Long formals, white dinner jackets and smiling faces dominate the scene at fraternity and sorority formals. Informal parties give fraternity and sorority guys and gals a chance to dance, drink, sing and to brand their dates. Infor- mal range from the Blue Mountain Blast of one fraternity to the pajama party of another. 176 IFC, BACK ROW: Jerry Van Donge, Mike Finnin, Joe Norris, Dave Van Doren, Robert Hellerud, Mike Tate, Rex Beesley, Bob Netherton. THIRD ROW: Tom Baxter, Larry Burke, Phil Elder, Tom Beaker. SECOND ROW: Panhellenic, IFC Make Greeks’ Lives Interesting Panhellenic Council, BACK ROW: Lea Meckenstock, Virginia Gilmore, Donna Schippers, Pam Alspaw, Barbara Bickford; FRONT ROW: Dean Larry Hanken, Bob Helm, Gene Pool, Darrel Neuschaffeur, Mike Treu, John Schwarzenberger. FRONT ROW: Dr. Bill Jellison, Jan Garwood, V. E. Meckel, Joe Frazier, Dick Cole. Panhellenic Council and Inter-Fraternity Council headed Greek Week activities which included a ban- quet, meetings for organization officers, a tea for housemothers, a work day at Cedar Bluffs and an all- school dance at the Clydesdale. IFC was sponsor of the all-pledge dance again this year. Dick Cole was IFC president, Dr. Bill Jellison was sponsor. Panhel- lenic Council planned fall and spring rush activities. Barbara Bickford was the Panhellenic Council presi- dent, Dean Jean Stouffer acted as adviser. Jean Stouffer, Madeline Shaw, Sue Rockwell, Mary Robison, Becky Goetz. 177 Alpha Gams line the front walk to bid farewell to the women leaving their first formal tea of the fall rush. At informal spring rush sessions, conversation comes easily as women of Alpha Gamma Delta demonstrate at their party. This rather weird assortment of cheerleaders is cheering for favorite Alpha Gams at the Alpha Gamma Delta Powder Puff football game. The intra-sorority match was a successful attempt to give a boost to the sorority ' s funds. 178 AGDs Well Represented In Campus Organizations Alpha Gams were members and officers of Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta, Spanish Club, Sophomore Women ' s Honorary and AWS. One Alpha Gam was chosen cheerleader and another was responsible for organizing and lead- ing the Tiger Debs. Social activities of Alpha Gamma Delta included an informal, the Rose Formal, functions with frater- nities, and their Dad ' s Day on February 17. Alpha Gams were contenders for various crowns including those of Homecoming Queen, Pledge Queen, Sweet- heart Queen and they won the Reveille Queen crown. Epsilon Mu chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was be- gun in 1959. Women of AGD were distinguished by their buff blazers. Mrs. Dorothy Denke served Alpha Gamma Delta women as housemother this year. Anderson, Karen N.; Arnhold. Marilynn A.; Arnhold, Roselyn K.; Bellerine, Kath- erine A.; Bollig, Mary Sue; Branum, Ter- ri J.; Brinlcoeter, Rae Jean. Brown, Alice C.; Brubaker, Elizabeth J.; Converse, Barbara J.; Corry, Beth; Daily, Debra; Denison, Sally; Deppereschmidt, Gloria J. Dickerson, Crystal; Ehrlich, Judy; Griese, Joan; Havner, Sylvia; Herrman, Elaine F.; Hladek, Janet K.; Holzmeister, Sherry. Klitzke, Sandra N.; Knight, Linda K.; Mc- Bride, Boni; McDougal, Jeri; McLain, Lennet R.; Morrison, Julie; Nickleson, Sheryl. O ' Donnell, Christian P.: Ostmeyer, Cath- lyn A.; Ray, Linda; Redd, Judith M.; Rickard, Georgia A.; Rockwell, Sue A.; Rowland, Elizabeth A. Savolt, Linda R.; Schenk, Donna M. Schnoebelen, Sara J.; Schroeder, Anne Shaw, Madeline K.; Shriver, Carol L. Smith, Donna J. Sothers, Judy A.; Stephenson, Linda S.; Yratil, Connie; Wess, Patricia R.; Wiens, Georgetta K.; Winter, Fawne; Wright, G. Gwen. 179 Delta Zetas Leaders Of Campus Activities Delta Zetas had a good representation on campus with three cheerleaders, Panhellenic Council presi- dent and a Student Council representative. Members of the sorority were named to Who ' s Who, WLO and Phi Kappa Phi. DZ pledges took the pledge schol- arship cup. Social activities of Delta Zeta ranged from Pledge informal to a branding party to the Rose Formal. DZs participated in many intramural games. Women of Delta Zeta were named Pledge Queen, Homecoming and Reveille Queen finalists, Daisy Mae candidates and Leader Lass. Delta Zeta has purchased land on which a new hou se will be built. Fund raising projects included their annual hat sale just before Easter. The sorority took jack-o-lanterns to the Greek houses at Hallo- ween. DZs also sent clothes and toys to the Navajo Indians again this year as a service project. Delta Omega chapter of Delta Zeta was estab- lished in 1925. Delta Zeta women wore white blazers.. Mrs. Ollie Newcomer was the housemother. " On your mark, get set, GO! " A Delta Zeta waits for this signal to start at the Sigma Chi pie-eating race. Alden, Nanette; Alspaw, Pam; Beebe, Gwen; Bickford. Barbara I.; Brenzikofer, Diane M.; Clotfelter, Bonnie M.; Collier, Laurie L. Davis, Janis L.; Denning, Maxine; Dun- can, Susan; Edmondson, Nancy S.; Em- ery, Barbara J.; Fort, Cheryl; Giese, Bar- bara Apn. Gregg, Judy; Herrington, Nancy; Holi- day, Cynthia J.; Holler, Trudy Ann; Hoss, Paula; Ihrig, Sheryl; Ingram, Deborah. Jager, Becky; Kinsey, Janis. I.; Kraus, Pamela I.; Marcotte, Judy; McClaren, Susan G.; Ott, Paula J.; Pickering, Car- lene K.; Pollnow, Rita K. Schippers, Donna L.; Simmons, Sheryle; Tedesco, JoAnne F.; Thompson, Linda; Tomariek, Sheila; Williams, Becky C.; Young, Candace: Zellner, Geraldine F. 180 At their preference party during November ' s formal rush, the Delta Zetas entertain the rushees with their version of the musical, South Pacific. Leis, bare feet and sailors ' hats all add to the Polynesian atmosphere. Napkins, napkins and more napkins pile up as the Delta Zeta then twisted into chicken wire frames. It is a lot of work, but it women work on their homecoming float. Napkins are folded is fun, too, and seems worth it all on Homecoming Day. 181 Candles are lit and passed to rushees as the meaning of life in the sorority is read by an active Sigma Kappa member. This candle-passing ceremony and other similar programs climax Rush Week activities for campus sororities. Barron, Rose Mary; Bendel, Janice L.; Blank, Janice; Conard, Susan K.; Cooley, Virginia A. Depe, Janet L.; Dietz, Vicki L; Donahey, Linda I.; Ebright, Beverly; Geering, Ruth E.; Gilchrist, Faye. Goetz, Becky; Hamburg, Arlene W.; Johnson, Joleen; Jones, Mary R.; Kerr, Gloria J.; Kilbourn, Bonnie J.; Krehbiel, Barbara J. Marietta, Tari; McKain, Ruth; Monteith, Frandal; Nichol, Barbara S.; Olomon, Denise Y.; Olson, Carolyn S.; Rabum, Geanene R. Rathbun, Carla J.; Rathbun, Linda J.; Rauscher, Susan D.; Robinson, June; Robison, Mary; Ruff, Aneta; Schreiber, Catherine A. Scott, Laura J.; Stewart, Carol A.; Tin- dell, Sue A.; Tomanek, Walta; Trimmer, Sue A.; Wall, Ruth A.; Ward, Nancy Ann. 182 " Arrows to Atoms, " the Sigma Kappa entry in float competi- tion daring Homecoming, won first place in the women’s division. Scholastic Achievement Is Sigma Kappa Trademark Women of Sigma Kappa earned permanent pos- session of the Actives ' scholarship trophy in the fall of 1967 by winning three consecutive times. Sigma Kappas were members and officers of Sopho- more Women ' s Honorary, Women ' s Leadership Or- ganization, Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who and other honoraries. Social activities included functions with campus fraternities, a barn party pledge informal and the Pearl and Triangle formal. To help raise funds, mums were sold in the Memorial Union during Homecoming and two slave days were held. Sigma Kappa sponsored candidates for Reveille Queen, Homecoming Queen, Sweetheart Queen, Daisy Mae, Ugly Man and Furlough Queen. Delta Omicron chapter of Sigma Kappa was founded in 1959. Black blazers identify Sigma Kap- pa women. Mrs. Bernice Peck was housemother. Sigma Kappas entertain their dates with card games, pop corn stringing, tree decorating and dancing after their carol- ing party in December. Candy canes, mistletoe and holly added to the Christmas spirit in the house. 183 Customers of all ages took advantage of the Tri Sigma fund- raising project, and had their shoes shined. Sigma Sigma Sigmas Net Several Royal Titles Sigma Sigma Sigma was well represented in cam- pus royalty contests. Tri Sigmas were candidates for Reveille Queen, Homecoming Queen, Best-Dressed Girl and they captured the Sweetheart Queen and Daisy Mae titles. Their candidate for Sweetheart King came in as the first runner-up in that contest. Social activities included functions with campus fraternities, an informal, and the Deep Purple For- mal. Tri Sigmas held two shoeshines in the Union, with the proceeds going to the Robbie Page Memorial Fund. Valentines were given to the other campus sororities. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Tri Sigma was founded at Fort Hays State in 1 925. Navy blue blazers marked the Tri Sigmas. Mrs. Agnes Townley was the house- mother. Sigma Sigma Sigma girls go all out to take the rushees back to the splendor of the days of the Roman Empire through the " Roman Holidays " theme of their Preference Party during November ' s Formal Rush. 184 Daisy Mae Cheerleader Sweetheart Queen Adams, Linda J.; Bradley, Lynne S.; Bush- nell, Sheryl S.; Dixon, Brenda I.; Farr, V. Jane; Garver, Meredith J.; Gilmore, Virginia K. Hachmeister, Laah M.; Harrison, Barbara R.; Hartsell, Judy K.; Hildebrand, Ron- da G.; Johnston, Shannan S.; Kaiser, Vic- toria L.; Kundred, Jacqueline A. Lahey, Vana J.; LeClair, Carolyn J.; Leg- leiter, M. Lynn; Loomis, Sharon K.; Mar- tin, Elizabeth L.; Meckenstock, Lea A.; Mitchell, Gloria L. Morris, Jan L.; Novotny, Karla J.; Papes, Janet A.; Parsons, Cynthia L.; Perkins, Dee L.; Perry, Shereen S.; Pruter, Penny S. Rice, H. Jane; Schneider, Janeen G.; Schoenthaler, Cheryl E.; Schreiber, Bar- bara J.; Shannon, Joyce E.; Sinclair, June E.; Steen, Vicki L. Strauss, JoAnn; Swank, Kaye L.; Swank, Nancy J.; Thielen, Kay S.; Trout, Char- lene K.; Werth, Agnes C.; Witwer, Kar- en L.; Wolfe, Lillian R. 185 On warm days, in Spring or in Fall, the AKLs can be areas to arouse enthusiasm and stimulate game at- seen out cruising around on their truck. During football tendance. season they patrolled the campus, and neighboring AKLs Take Home Prize For Fifth Straight Year In keeping with the " Arrows to Academics " theme, the AKLs ' " Arrow Express " won the sweepstakes tro- phy. Service projects included a car wash to raise mon- ey for a food basket for a needy family, and their annual Easter egg hunt for the Day Care Center. AKLs were officers of the senior class, ASC, and I FC, and directed the KFHS campus radio station. Social activities included parties with sororities, a Go-to-Hell party, and the Spring Splash Formal. Alpha Delta chapter, chartered in 1961, sported gold blazers. Mrs. Lillian Gennette was housemother. Baxter, Randall A.; Beymer, Gary C.; Blecha, Stephen V.; Braden, John; Brooks, Michael M.; Clotfelter, Cortland; Dier- berger, Sam. Erway, Lyle; Giese, Mark L.; Hewson, Steven R.; Kemp, William J.; Kreigh- baum, John S.; McVey, Charles; Meckel, Vernon. 186 With unlimited pride, Alpha Kappa Lambda became the first Greek group at FHS to erect a chapter home. Now nearing completion, the $150,000 house on West 5th will house 50 men. Murray, John V. II; Niernberger, Gary; Reinert, Jimmie E. Seibel, Gary W.; Sherbondy, Dick E.; Slopansky, Paul E. Siucky, Richard K.; Suelter, Dennis D.; Tate, Michael J. Tibbetts, James C.; Van Doren, David A.; Westhoff, Larry M. AKLs participated in intramurals and the Invitational Basketball Tourney at Baker U. 187 Sorority housemothers, presidents and social chairmen are en- tertained by the Delta Sigs at a Valentine ' s party. Delta Sigma Phi, along with the other Greek organizations, gives strong support at Tiger sports events. Baier, Daniel E.; Beasley, Rex G.; Black- burn, Robert L.; Blazek, Donald L; Campbell, Douglas; Cassen, Peter H.; Cole, Richard C. Coup, Curtis D.; Cyr, Gail A.; Dale, Ov en; Debes, Frederick; Deines, Dan S.; Dreiling, Eugene; Eck, John. Fischer, William; Grigsby, Alan E.; Hat- field, Roger; Hayes, Benjamin; Hempler, Blake G.; Hendrickson, David; Hewett, Dana S. Jr. Holiday, Paul R.; Hooper, J. Curtis; Humburg, Stephen R.; Mandt, Martin D.; Mans, Leonard A.; McAsey, John H.; McMillen, Douglas K.; Mills, William E. Neuschafer, Darrel R.; Ochs, John R.; Painter, Jeffrey C.; Peek, Timothy M.; Percival, Stan; Porter, Steve; Robison, William L.; Sampson, John C. 188 Delta Sigs Lend a Hand To Community Projects Pledges of Delta Sigma Phi helped raise $4,500 for the United Fund. They also helped Custer Hall in a charity drive to obtain a seeing eye dog for the blind. Delta Sigs served as members and officers of Alpha Kappa Psi, SOC, IFC and other campus or- ganizations. One Delta Sig was a candidate for Bearded Joe and another won the Sweetheart King crown. Activities of the Delta Sigs included the Sailor ' s Ball, get-togethers with sororities, a Valentine ' s Day party for sorority women and the Carnation Ball. Gamma Omicron, which this year had the out- standing pledge class of District 15 of Delta Sigma Ph i, was founded in 1953. The Delta Sigs wore green blazers. Mrs. Esther Steinle served as housemother. This Delta Sig pledge expresses his reaction toward the Delta Sigma Phi " square meal " and Hell Week in general. Spray paint and stencils go into use as Delta Sigma Phi men brand their dates with the fraternity’s Greek letters at the annual Delta Sig Sailor ' s Ball. All the girls agree, " It ruins a pair of Jeans, it ' s cold and wet, but still fun.” 189 Fall rushees are entertained by the men of Phi Sigma Epsilon with an evening meal and light conversation. Phi Sigma Epsilon Men Add Trophies to Shelves Phi Sigma Epsilon pledges were awarded the pledge scholarship trophy. The Phi Sigs grabbed first place honors in intramural football competition and placed high in other sports. Social highlights were the Alumni Homecoming party, formal and informal pledge parties, the White Tea Rose formal and get-togethers with sororities. Men of Zeta Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, found- ed in 1930, were identified by their black blazers. Mrs. Pearl Veed served as housemother. Berger. Ronald D.; Burd, Richard R.; Carlin, Roger; Corder, Michael A.; Dey, Robert; Estes, Maynard L.; Estes, Michael L. Forsberg, Roger E.; Frazier, Joe; Gar- rett, Doyle W.; Gilbert, Clarence Butch; Greenway, Tom; Hertel, Brian; Johnson Robert W. (Stormy); Juno, James. Peters, Terry G.; Plante, William; Schafer, Ronald L.; Schaffer, James R.; Schmidt, Galen; Schultz, Gaylen W.; Schwarzen- berger, John D.; Young, Robert K. 190 At their fall smoker, the men of Phi Sigma Epsilon show off some of their trophies, team T-shirts, fraternity sweatshirts and other tangible assets that help to make up their spirt of brotherhood. That is what it is all about. 191 Cream-covered faces and indigestion are all part of the game for contestants in the pie-eating race. Frozen cream pies are on the breakfast menu for participants in Derby Days as they race to see who can eat the most. Feminine teams of tuggers fight to the finish in double elimi- nation tugs-of-war across Big Creek. Practice pays off for Delta Zetas as they set the record in the Sigma Chi Derby Days skin the snake race. Members of the teams coax their ducks with water and food to see which will cross the finish line first. 192 It takes teamwork as the former Prometheans proudly display the new Sigma Chi flag for everyone to see. Prometheans Approved; Initiated Into Sigma Chi After years of waiting and hoping, the local frater- nity, t he Prometheans, was accepted by the national fraternity, Sigma Chi. Representatives from other chapters of the social organization conducted initia- tion services in December and brought the national fraternity to campus. A Sigma Chi tradition, Derby Days, was a spring event in which sororities and res- idence halls participated in various games and con- tests of skill and excitement. Delta Zeta came out on top in the race. Other activities included informal parties, functions with sororities and a spring formal. Men of Zeta Tau chapter of Sigma Chi, founded this year, were identified by their navy blue blazers. Mrs. Nina Stuart served as their housemother. Adams, Joseph J.; Aday, David P.; An- derson. Les W.; Ballard, Keith E.; Bieb- erly, John S.; Bowles, Dwight; Chittenden, Robert. Coursen, John D.; Cousland, Craig K.; Dodd, Frank P.; Eneff, Darrel; Eubank, Charles D.; Farrell, Michael K.; Fixsen, Dennis L. Hake, William J.; Hanson, Kent; Har- baugh, Paul A.; Hill, Kent A.; Hussey, Merlin C.; Jennings, David L.; Johnson, Thomas M. Kelley, Joseph W.; Kelty, John R. Jr.; Laverentz, Bernard; Lee, Dennis E.; Moore, Michael W.; Norris, Joseph; Od- en, James W. O ' Kane, Michael A.; Petty, John; Pish- ny, Lon E.; Rice, Dennis E.; Scantlin, Randolph L.; Scantlin, William M.; Schields, Gary L.; Schmidt, Michael C. Smith, Spencer L.; Sparks, Jeryl L.; Stran- athan, Sidney W.; Streit, Jim; Toepfer, William A.; Vernon, Gearld; Wilson, Freddy C.; Windscheffel, Jan A. 193 Sigma Phi Epsilon Earns Award from National Sig Eps won the FHS active scholarship cup and were awarded a scholarship trophy by their national office for the highest national fraternity grade point. It was their eighth such award since 1962. In sports Sig Eps took a clean sweep in golf and won first in swimming, and table tennis doubles. Bearded Joe and the pledge king were Sig Ep men. Sig Eps spon- sored the winning candidate for pledge queen. Activities included the Blue Mountain Blast, the Golden Heart Ball and functions with sororities. They helped with the Lincoln Grade School carnival ticket sales as a service project. Zeta Chapter, founded in 1956, wore red blazers. Mrs. Esther Eslinger was housemother. Dr. Bill Jellison is on hand the night of the opening of the new Sigma Phi Epsilon annex at 403 West Sixth Street. Setting into the spirit of things, Sig Eps and their dates join in a circle dance at the Blue Mountain Blast, the Sigma Phi Epsilon informal which is held each fall. Eating, dancing and branding make for an evening of fun. 194 With the help of pictures and information sheets, Sig Eps cuss their potentiality as good fraternity material. Those who go over this list of men who attended their smoker and dis- qualify will be asked to pledge the fraternity. Call, Jaclc D.; Cannon, Michael; Crabbs, C. Wayne; Cranston, Steve C.; Critch- field, Stephen; Cross, John E.; Dible, David. Drach, W. Tearel; Dreiling, John M.; Erbert, Terry E.; Forristal, David W.; Fox, Steve; Heckman, Jay; Helman, Steve. Henderson, William; Holopirek, Kenneth D.; Holopirek, Rick D.; Hunley, Rodney D.; Johnson, Michael; Josserand, Michael W.; Kerbs, Terry L. Logan, Leon; Lowdermilk, John; Lull, Murray D.; Mayo, Stephen B.; Nichols Mike I.; Obermueller, Dale V.; Peck, Douglas A. Price, Gregory L.; Reha, Mark O.; Schaefer, Mike L.; Schmidt, Gerald A.; Tucker, Glenn J.; Walts, Donald G.; Webring, Gary L.; Woolverton, Jon T. 195 Sigma Tau Gamma Men Sponsor BB Tournament For the second year, the men of Sigma Tau Gam- ma of Fort Hays State have sponsored a basketball tournament with other Sig Tau chapters from Pitts- burg, Emporia, and Kearney, Nebraska. They also participated in intramural sports activities. Social activities included a Hippie Party, a Barn Party, the White Rose Formal and get-togethers with the campus sororities. To raise money, the Sig Taus again held a stereo raffle. Members of the Eta chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, established at Fort Hays State in 1926, were identi- fied by their French blue blazers. Sigma Tau Gamma is the oldest existing fraternity on campus. Mrs. Ida Thomas served as housemother for the Sig Taus. Sig Taus and their dates dance to the music of the Timer- Beckley Union at their White Rose Formal. Archibald, Curtis H.; Austin, Norman P.; Baxter, James D.; Baxter, Thomas A. Brock, Robert R.; Burke, Larry B.; Burk, Michael G.; Clark, Jim; Earle, William M.; Einsel, Rodney R. Elder, Phillip L.; Eppinger, David; Fergu- son, Vearl F.; Fisher, Rolland; Gerber, Larry; Gronewaller, Francis; Myers, James E. Schnatterly, Arthur D.; Slattery, Richard; Terry, Bill L.; Thompson, Dennis E.; Van Donge, Jerry P.; Worden, Charles E.; Yeager, Donald V. 196 Men attending the fall smoker of the Sigma Tau Gamma fra- facts about living life at Fort Hays State as a Greek. Many ternity are greeted with smiles, name tags, refreshments, and men go Greek as a resuit of the fall smokers. 197 TKEs Have New Mascot; Dalmatian Called Apollo Apollo, a Dalmatian pup, was acquired by the TKEs to be their mascot and to go with the firetruck. Performing well in the field of sports, Tau Kappa Epsilon teams placed first in volleyball and second in touch football. TKEs had two teams participating in intramural basketball. Team A won first place in the Greek league and second in the all-school contest. Team B, playing independently, captured the all- school championiship. The TKEs also won the annual TKE-Sigma Phi Epsilon pledge football game. Activities of the TKEs included a pajama party, the Roman Toga Party, the Red Carnation Ball, functions with sororities, a public service weekend and Parents Day activities. They sponsored the winning candidate for Sweetheart Queen. TKE mem- bers served on Student Court and headed Greek Week activities. Alpha Upsilon chapter of TKE was founded in 1942. Burgundy blazers identified members of the fraternity. Mrs. Marguerite Thompson served as housemother. Newly acquired mascot, Apollo, perches on the TKE fire- truck. He accompanies the men on their runs. Amerine, Clyde; Ashley, Larry: Afer, Jim; Bean, Dennis; Brown, Stephen J. Corder, Joseph R.; Deal, Terry; Demay, Robert; Dexter, Kraig W.; Divel, Larry; Dobrick, Dennis $.; Fox, David. Hanken, Larry; Harrison, Jerry; Haynes, Norman D.; Jensen, Lester C.; Kelley, Thomas C.; Kollhoff, Daniel T.; Martin, G. Dennis. Martin, John A.; Moore, Ed: Odle, Stan- ley L.; Rawson, Robert F.; Robinson, David H.; Simmons, Calvin; Smith, Wayne A. Stelzer, Don S.; Tedesco, Andy S.; Treu, Michael B.: Turner, Gary; Veazey, Thomas A.; Wenrich, C. Brent; Young, Robert. 198 Taking part in the Fort Hays Appreciation Days in September, the TKEs lead the snake dance and stop for a rally in the park. The TKEs can be seen riding around on the firetruck on warm evenings in both fall and spring. Tossing their blazing torches on the pile of dry wood, TKEs help light the bonfire at the Homecoming pep rally. TKE pledges fall on their knees to participate in the funeral of their fish. It is all a part of Hell Week initiation. 199 Housing 200 Agnew Hall, a home away from home for some 170 coeds, helps to make college life enjoyable and pleasurable. Agnew Hall Is Home For 1 70 FHS Women Built in 1947 and housing 170 women, Ag- new Hall is the smallest of the three women ' s residence halls. Taking advantage of its size, the hall affords an atmosphere of home for the girls. Mrs. Esther Biays was housemother for Agnew Hall, and Rose Mary Barron was president of the dormitory. Residents sponsored candidates for royal- ty contests with such success as Lynn Corn capturing the Best Dressed Coed Title. Activities were varied in the hall with open house on Parents ' Day and during homecom- ing. Other social functions included a Little Sister Weekend, a Tot Watch and buffet dinners on special days of the year. 1 ► v m ■ wk Ifv. f X i ! .1 ' j L Entertaining faculty children at the annual Agnew Hall Tot Christmas season for the little ones with numerous activities, Watch provided the girls with the opportunity to start the including a visit from Santa Claus. Competition among the big sisters and the little sisters got one enjoyed the remainder of the Little Sister Weekend fes- these girls pretty mixed up, but after the untangling, every- tivities. Sonja Holmes and other desk girls operate a vital tool which brings joy and sorrows to a girl ' s social life. Agnew Dorm Officers — BACK ROW: Ruth McKain, Rose Mary Bar- ron, Rita Sullivan. FRONT ROW: Connie Hunt, Linda Patchen. 203 These Agnew residents befriend a stray cat who charms them comes a pet for the women and gives the hall another aspect out of some crumbs of food and some milk. In turn he be- of regular home life away from home. Escaping the noise of the hall, Marge Neerman com- pletes two jobs at once — a very common activity in the dorm. Wishing together, LaJune Lindberg and Meredith Garver relax by the Agnew Hall Christmas tree. 204 Oldest Residence Hall To Be Coeducational Oldest of the residence halls, Custer Hall will be converted coeducational next year. To prepare for this conversion, the old wing, built in 1921 , underwent a series of changes such as rewiring, plumbing repair and gen- eral refurbishing of the old facilities. Highlighting the year ' s social activities was the Christmas formal. Joining the other residence halls socially, Custer helped spon- sor three informal dances during the year. Residents supported candidates for roy- alty contests and competed for various oth- er high spots on campus. Custer distin- guished itself by having the A.A.U.W. Out- standing Senior Woman, Mary Schreiber, as a resident. Mrs. Ada Churchill was housemother and Elaine Shoemaker was president. Custer Hall residents convert the cafeteria into a dance floor tivities sponsored by the hall which also backs candidates for for their annual formal. The dance is only one of many ac- all-campus contests and elections. 205 Accepting some of the responsibility for keeping the dormitory running smoothly are these Custer Hall officers. Left to right: Mary Wohlford, Shirley Quint, Linda Malone, Debbie Massey, Elaine Shoemaker. Soaking in the warm fall sunshine and becoming acquainted, these residents enjoy the sun porch. Taking time out from the routine of studying, Custer Hall co- eds appreciate the vending machines. 206 With the increase of enrollment each year, buildings are con- modern accommodations. One such building is Custer Hall, finually being remodeled and refurbished to provide the most which will house men as well as women next year. 207 Presiding over McMindes Hall were these officers, left to right: Linda Burdge, Joy Lawrence and Jill Smith. Foreign Students Join McMindes Hall Managers Assisting with the management of some 600 coeds at McMindes Hall were international students from Kenya, Africa — Mr. and Mrs. John Njoroge. They joined housemothers Mrs. Mary Redd, Mrs. Virginia Wright and Mrs. Margie Habinger. Joy Lawrence was president the first semester and Linda Burdge the second term. Presenting a scholarship to the athletic department highlighted the list of service projects for the hall. Coeds sponsored candidates for campus royalty hon- ors and participated in various other campus func- tions. To provide a break in the daily routine, the hall joined the other dormitories in sponsoring three in- formal dances during the year. Taking part in intra- murals also helped give the coeds a break from study. Celebrating Christmas together is one of the many ways the largest residence hall on campus. Everyday meals are also women of McMindes Hall create a family atmosphere in the shared in the spacious dining room in McMindes. 208 Situated on the banks of a bend in Big Creek, McMindes Hall is home to 600 coeds. Completed in 1965 the dormitory is the tallest building on campus as its six stories rise above trees and buildings alike. Bearing gifts and luggage, this McMindes Hall coed leaves to join relatives during the Christmas holidays. One of the provisions given to women living in residence halls is the exchange of linen every week. 209 Happiness is a packed mailbox with a letter from home, an airmail letter, or news from a close friend. Open house affords the women of McMindes the opportunity to give parents and friends a small glimpse of college life. Another vacation or weekend brings this familiar hustle and bustle sight to the parlor of McMindes Hall. 210 Regressing to the solitude of her room, a McMindes Hall coed attempts to complete her studies. The dormitory is also equipped with pajama lounges where the girls can study, play cards, or discuss personal problems. Relaxing from the routine of studying, these McGrath men of modern, as well as standard v eapons. But, as witnessed by engage in a good old-fashioned water fight, with the use some, the odds may turn against you at any time. McGrath Hall, the larger of the two men ' s residence halls, required a firm hand which was given by the officers, left to right: Charles Willis, Albert Albers, Richard Bear and David Berry. 212 RRMMBHi Giving McGrath Hall men the opportunity to relax with the other residence halls in sponsoring three and make a few new friends, the dormitory joined all-dorm dances throughout the school year. 213 Feeling at home away from home, this McGrath Hall resident coming to school. The casual atmosphere of the parlor, or puts his feet up and settles down to fulfill the objective of the study lounges is the site of such endeavors. The desk, the lamp, a dictionary at hand — and one stu- dent comprise a typical picture of college life. Finding a little time to relax, these McGrath Hall men enjoy the tricky game of Stratego. 214 McGrath Man Wins Ugly Man Contest Selected -from a field of 10 candidates, Edward Prewo from McGrath Hall won the Ugly Man on Campus contest. Residents also sponsored other candidates for campus con- tests. Remodeling of the parlor in McGrath gave the hall a new look for open house. McGrath residents also participated in and helped to sponsor three all-dorm dances. In- tramurals kept the men busy and provided an- other means of recreation for the residents of the dorm. Another social activity was the ex- change supper hel d with the coeds from Ag- new Hall. Mrs. Beulah Lamb served as housemother and Albert Albers acted as president of Mc- Grath. Musical entertainment is not limited to the radio in the residence halls but may be found in the talents of the residents. 215 Newer of the two men ' s residence halls, Wiest Hall provides hall functioning this year were - left to right, Richard Harmon, air conditioned housing for 120 men. Officers keeping the Jack Call, Joe Sims, Dane Christensen and Henry Wolf. Keeping busy answering the telephone, relaying messages and other jobs, is the duty of this desk man. 216 Wiest Hall Captures Two Royalty Honors Capturing two royalty spots were Wiest Hall candidates Tonya Biggs and Laah Hach- meister. Miss Biggs won the Homecoming Queen title for the men and Miss Hach- meister garnered the spot as Daisy Mae dur- ing Leap Week. Wiest Hall sponsored an opening school dance during enrollment. To keep up so- cially, Wiest men also helped present three all-dorm dances in cooperation with the other four residence halls on the FHS cam- pus. Wiest representatives attended the Wooster Dinner and contributed to student aids. Open house was held several times with the help of Mrs. Marguerite Walters, house- mother. Richard Harmon was president. Settling down to do his primary duty as a college student, this Wiest Hall resident recedes to the solitude of his room for better concentration. 2 Discussing the coeducational system going into effect next give their views and opinions to Asst. Dean of Men Bob Max- year in Custer Hall, Wiest Hall officers and resident assistants well and Housing Director Jim Nugent. To provide a change of pace, these students find that the challenge of a Monopoly game takes their minds from the toils of study. 218 Reading a favorite storybook or feeding the birds is all part of a day at Wooster Place where comfortable, low-cost hous- ing is provided for married residents such as Mr. and Mrs. Larry Soice and Terri. Helping mother prepare a meal with the right seasoning, Terri is a big help around the kitchen. Doing a little cleaning in the kitchen, this college student co- operates with other men in their apartment. Large Portion of Students Make Apartments Home For various reasons a large number of college stu- dents live in off-campus housing. Limited campus housing facilities, more freedom with hours, privacy, factors of cost and a marriage are a few of these reasons. These students feel a certain degree of in- dependence but have responsibilities. Accounting for a small amount of the student ' s time are minor household duties — preparing meals, washing, ironing, cleaning and various other tasks. Providing living facilities for some 84 married cou- ples, with or without families, Wooster Place has ful- filled a portion of the housing need. Hillcrest and Campus Apartments, housing mostly men, also ac- commodate students. Trailer houses, basement apart- ments, entire homes and sleeping rooms fill the re- maining gap of housing needs for college students. Married students and single, off-campus residents elect representatives to Student Council. 220 Relaxing in the quiet atmosphere of their apartment, whether alone or with a buddy, a game of cards helps to calm the nerves and provide a little time away from the books in the evenings. Living in an apartment, the telephone is a vital tool when it comes to studying with a friend across town. 221 Classes 222 Buildings give a uni- versity its look, but man is its reason for being. Unknown Graduate Students Achenbach, Richard E., Clay Center, Elem. Educ.; Brock, John H., Cawlcer City, Botany; Bunker, Gerald R., LaCrosse, Phys. Educ.; Burke, George D., Greensburg, Art; Diemer, George R., Hays, Ind. Arts. Dunham, Dwight J., Copeland, Ind. Arts; Dunham, Jacqualine J., Copeland, Educ.; Frahm, Sheila G., Colby, Bus.; Freed, Douglas L., Hays, Art; Gesink, Robert W., Downs, Botany. Giacobbe, Joseph H., Farmingdale, N.Y., Psych.; Givens, Donald R., Phillipsburg, Phys. Educ.; Grubb, Harold G., Tribune, Pol. Sci. and Econ.; Heitschmidt, Rod K., Natoma, Botany; Hogan, Margaret J., Kinsley, Phys. Educ. Johnson, Leon J., Columbia, S.C., Psych.; Juno, Gene, LaCrosse, Bus. Adm.; Kenyon, Gary E., Bogue. Hist.; Khan, Mohammed N., West Pakistan, Botany; Krug, Donald, Russell, Biology. Lareau, Monte W., Rosston, Okla., Bus. Adm.; Loveday, Cameron A., Calgary, Alberta. Can- ada, Guidance and Counseling; Mitsuhashi, Takae, Chof City, Tokyo, Japan, Eng.; Neid- ens, Terry L., Wichita, Guidance and Coun- seling; Nicholson, Robert A., Morland, Botany. Parish, Connie L., Minneola, Eng.; Petryszyn, Yaroslaw, Ulysses, Zoology; Pierce, John A., Hays, Educ. - Rhodes, Katherine, Cherryvale, Elem. Educ.; Roland, Jean R., Hays, Speech. Roland, William H., Hays, Ind. Aris; Schlaefli, Roberta A., Cawker City, Bus. Educ.; Schrei- ber, Richard K., Downs, Zoology; Scott, Cheryl L., Norton, Elem. Educ.; Smith, Arlyn E., Radium, Spanish. Smith, Ralph A., Wichita, Psych.; Soi ce, Larry E., Montezuma, Bus.; Staab, Irwin A., Cath- erine, Spanish; Vernon, Gearld, Colby, Psych.; Watts, Betty L., Mankato, Minn., Speech. 224 Representing the senior class on All Student Council were president Mark Giese and vice-president Bill Neal. Working with the two elected officers, Jo Anne Tedesco filled the ap- pointive position of secretary-treasurer of the class. Guide to Abbreviations AAHPER — American Association of Health, Physical Educa- tion and Recreation; Adm. — Administration; Adv. — Adver- tising; AGD — Alpha Gamma Delta; Agric. — Agriculture; AKL — Alpha Kappa Lambda; A L — Artists and Lectures; ASC — All Student Council; Assn. — Association; AWS — Associated Women Students; B.A. — Bachelor of Arts; B.M.— Bachelor of Music; B.S. — Bachelor of Science; BSM — Baptist Student Movement; Bot. — Botany; Bus. — Business; CCC — Campus Cru- sade for Christ; Chem. — Chemistry; Chm. — Chairman; Comm. — Committee; Cor. — Corresponding; CYD — -Collegiate Young Democrats: CYR — Collegiate Young Republicans; Delta Sig. — Delta Sigma Phi; DZ — Delta Zeta; Econ. — Economics; Ed. — Editor; Educ. — Education; Elem. — Elementary; Eng. — English. FCA — Fellowship of Christian Athletes; FHSP — Fort Hays Star Promenaders; Gen. — General; Hist. — Historian; ICF — Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; IFC — Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil; Ind. — Industrial; IRC — International Relations Club; KAH- PER — Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; KATE — Kansas Association of Teachers of En- glish; KFHS — Campus Radio Station; KHEA — Kansas Home Economics Association; KMEA — Kansas Musi c Educators As- sociation; KSSNA — Kansas State Student Nurses Association; KSTA — Kansas State Teachers Association; Math — Mathemat- ics; ENC — Music Educators National Conference; Mgr. — Manager; MPEC — Men ' s Physical Education Club; NSNA — National Student Nurses Association. PEMC — Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Sig — Phi Sigma Epsilon; Phys. — Physical; Pol. — Political; Pres. — President; Psych. — Psychology; P-t-P — People-to-People; Rec. — Record- ing; Rep. — Representative; SCEC — Student Council for Ex- ceptional Children; Sci. — Science; Sec. — Secretary; Sig Ep — Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sig Tau — Sigma Tau Gamma; SOC — Stu- dent Organizations Committee; Soc. — Sociology; SK — Sigma Kappa; SNEA — Student National Education Association; TKE — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Treas. — Treasurer; Tri Sig — Sigma Sig- ma Sigma; UCF — United Christian Fellowship; UN — United Nations; V-Pres. — Vice Preside nt; Who ' s Who — -Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and College; WLO — Women ' s Leadership Organization; WRA — Women s Rec- reation Association. 225 Seniors Ada-Bax Adams, Donna J.: Dodge City, B.A., Eng., SNEA; Adams, James A.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., Honors Program, Ph; Eta Sigma, Furlough Scholarship Award Winner, Veteran’s Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Who ' s Who; Adams, Reba M.: Larned, B.S. in Educ., SCEC (Sec.), Dames Club; Aday, David P.: Russell, B.A., Soc., Soph. Class V-Pres., Student Body V- Pres., Promethean (Pres.), Sigma Chi, IFC (V-Pres.), Seventh Cavalry, IFC Scholarship, Who’s Who, Phi Kappa Phi; Adsit, Mary L.: Valley Center, B.A., Speech, ICF, Sigma Alpha Eta (Hist.), P-t-P (Treas.). Aeschleman, Valarie E.: Hoisington, B.S., Zoology; Agnew, David T.: Hays, B.A., History, Sig Tau, SNEA, History Club; Ahrens, Judy L.: Pratt, B.M., Music, MENC, Gamma Delta, Sigma Alpha lota (Sec., Treas.), Collegian Chorale, Con cert Choir; Albert, Lynlie L.: Wichita, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Wrestling, K-Club, Intramural Football; Albright, Kay F.: Ellsworth, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, WRA, French Club. Alcorn, Marion E.: Concordia, B.S., Math, Physics, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Pi Sigma (Pres., V-Pres.); Alexander, Clifford G.: Satanta, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club, Delta Tau Alpha; Allen, Karen L.: Hugoton, B.S. in Elem. Educ., AGD; Allen, Larry E.; Hugoton, B.S. in Agric.; Alspaw, Pamela K.: Hays, B.A., Speech, DZ (Rush Chm.), Outstanding Senior Woman, WLO, Tiger’s Roar, AWS. Amerine, Glen B.: Great Bend. B.S. in Bus.; Ander- son, Warren R.: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; Anissy, Nasser: Iran, B.S., Math, P-t-P, IRC; Archer, Wayne L: Logan, B.S. in Bus.; Argo, Thomas L.: Vliets, B.S., Chem. Aschenbrenner, Gerald L.: Colby, B.S. in Bus.; Augustine, Mary L.: Hutchinson, B.S., Math, WLO (Publicity Chm.); Augustine, Nancy L.: Ellis, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Austin, Eric L.: Cawker City, B.S., Gen. Sci., BSM, SNEA, Intramural Basketball, Honors Program; Austin, Patrice D.: Cawker City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., BSM, Alpha Lambda Delta. Balloun, Randy T.: Liberal, B.S. in Bus.; Bamberger, Denise A.: Jetmore, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi (V-Pres.), Home Econ. Club (Treas.); Banks, Sue A.: Liberal, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, CYR; Barker, Jack W.: Pratt, B.S., Biology, Geology; Barlow, James B.: Holcomb, B.S., Math. Barlow, Melva J.: Holcomb, B.M., Music, Concert Choir; Barnes, Donald W.: Protection, B.S. in Art; Barnett, Gerald W.: Haviland, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Intramurals, Men ' s P.E Club; Barr, William D.: Turon, B.A., Philosophy, Soc.; Bauer, Ann L.: Sylvia, B.M., Music, Fort Hays Singers, KSTA-NEA. Bauer, David A.: Clay Center, B.M., Music; Bauer, Judy J.: Great Bend, B.S, in Bus., Tigerettes. Alpha Lambda Delta. Spurs, WLO, Phi Beta Lambda, Phi Kappa Phi; Baxter, James D.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Sig Tau, Phi Beta Lambda, CYR, Union Program Council (Dance Comm. Chm., Public Relations Chm.) ; Baxter, Randall A.: Stockton, B.A., Pol. Sci., AKL (Treas.. Chaplain), Soph. Class Pres., ASC (Fraternity Rep., Chm.), Student Body V-Pres., SOC; Baxter, Thomas A.: Hays, B.S. in Art, Union Program Council, Union Board, Sig Tau. 226 Seniors Bea-Bro Bean, Dennis D.: Phillipsburg, B.S. in Phys. Educ., TKE, Football; Bechtel, Roger L.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Baseball, Sig Ep. K-Club; Beezley, Curtis R.: Kinsley, B.S. in Bus., German Club, Golf; Beezley, Lavonne D.: Kinsley, B.S. in Bus., German Club, Dames Club; Befort, James L.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep, Newman Club, CYD. Befort, Tanis K.: Augusta, B.S. in Elem. Educ., DZ (Public Relations Chm., Songleader), SNEA, German Club, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Union Board, IRC, P-t-P; Befort, Thomas T.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi Bell, Donald G.: Liberal, B.S.. in Ind. Arts. AKL, Intramurals, Ind. Arts Club, SNEA, IFC; Bennett, Marvin L.: Abilene, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Intramurals, Ind. Arts Club, Sig Ep (Treas.); Berger, Ronald D.: Bucklin, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Sig (Cor. Sec., Treas.). Berry, Stuart M.: Russell. B.S. in Bus., Intramurals; Beymer, Gary C.: Lakin, B.S. in Phys. Educ.. AKL, Men ' s P.E. Club: Bickford, Barbara I.: Dallas, Tex., B.A., French, DZ, Panhellenic (Pres.), Cheerleader, Tiger’s Roar, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who; Bieberly, John S.: Manhattan, B.A., Psych., Sigma Chi; Billinger, Mike L.: Hays, B.A., Pol. Sci., CYD (Pres.). Billinger, Rita A.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Bittel, Janet E.: Rozel, B.S. in Bus., SK, Pi Omega Pi. SNEA, Newman Club; Bitter, Jerry L.: Hoisington, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, SNEA: Blackburn, Robert L.: Leoti, B.S. in Bus., Delta Sig (Social Chm., V-Pres., Rush Chm., IFC Rep.): Blair, Connie J.: Mankato, B.S. in Elem. Educ., ASC, AWS. Blauer, Jack B.: Stockton, B.S. in Bus., Veteran ' s Club, Alpha Kappa Psi; Blazek, Donald L.: Claflin, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Delta Sig (V-Pres., Sergeant-at- Arms, Hist., Cor. Sec.), Ind. Arts Club, Newman Club; Boedeker, Alvin E.: Natoma, B.S., Math, SNEA; Boehner, Ernest D.: Glen Elder, B.S. in Agrlc., B.A., Eng.; Bohm, Michael J.: Beloit, B.S., Bot., Kan- sas Academy of Science. Bohonicky, lla E.: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; Bongartz, Lynda L: Ellis, B.A., History, CYR (State Women ' s Chm., 3rd V-Pres.), ASC, Spanish Club (V-Pres.), History Club (Pres.); Boor, Raymond B.: Liberal, B.S. in Bus.; Bouchey, Marilyn K.: Palco, B.S. in Bus., Spurs, Pi Omega Pi (Sec., Treas.), WLO, Newman Club; Bowman, Gerald D.: Lamed, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Football, FCA (Sec., Treas.), K-Club, Men ' s P.E. Club. Bray, David K.: Concordia, B.S., Botany; Bray, Paulette A.: Glasgow, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Brindle, Catherine: Fredonia, B.S., Gen Sci, KSSNA (Dis- trict 8 Pres., 1st V-Pres.); Brinkoeter, Rae Jean: Wichita, B.S. in Art, AGD (1st V-Pres.), CCC; Brockmeier, Sylvia E.: Hope, B.S., Chem., Gamma Delta, Math Club (Sec., Treas.), WRA, American Chemical Society, Chem. Club. Broeckelman, Judith C.: Grinnell, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Club (Chm.), SNEA, Newman Club; Brookhouser, Deanna L.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Bus., SNEA, Phi Beta Lambda; Brooks, Michael M.: Plainville, B.S. in Bus., AKL ( V-Pres. ) ; Brown, Elton B.: Hoisington, B.S. in Art; Brown, JoAnne: Dodge City, B.A., History, Phi Alpha Theta (Sec., Treas.), Wesley Foundation, UCF, Phi Kappa Phi. 227 Seniors Bru-Cou Brungardt, Earl J.: Hays, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Newman Club; Brungardt, Lawrence J.: Gor- ham, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi; Br unson, Charles A. : Stockton, B.S., Math; Buckman, Cleo J.: Rozel, B. S. in Art; Buehler, Richard D.: Scott City, B.S. in Agric. Burg, Elaine F.: Oberlin, B.S. in Bus., SNEA (State Chm.), Pi Omega Pi; Burger, Rolin E.: Natoma, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Lambda; Burley, John M.: Smith Center, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha (Pres.), Seventh Cavalry, FHS Band; Burnett, Mary C.: Concordia, B.A., Psych., Soc. Club, Reveille Staff, CEC; Buser, Gabriel J.: Cawker City, B.A., Econ., Sig Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Cain, Thomas M.: Belpre, B.S., Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Phi Sigma, ICF, Math Club; Cald- arulo, Martha L.: Abilene. B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Newman Club; Call, Jimmie L.: Holyrood, B.A., Soc., German Club; Canfield, Beth A.: Hutch- inson, B.S. in Bus., CYD (Sec.), Theta Chi Sigma; Cannon, Michael P.: Ellis, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Sig Ep- Carlson, Michelle T.: Formoso, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Carter, Kenneth R.: St. John, B.A., Pol. Sci., SNEA; Case, Carl R.: Leoti, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Men ' s P.E. Club; Chaffin, Betty l.s Morland, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Childers, Steven R.: Agra, B.S. in Bus., Intramural Basketball. Chipman, Clark D.: Olathe, B.A., Eng., Intramural Basketball and Football, Student Court (Att. Gen.), Model U.N., Rockwell Panel Debate, Student Body Pres., Phi Kappa Phi; Christensen, Delwin W.: Phil- lipsburg, B.S. in Art, Phi Eta Sigma; Claussen, James E.: Oberlin, B.A., Psych.; Clayton, Max A.: Stockton, B.A., Philosophy; Cleaves, Neil E.: Johnson, B.S. in Bus., Cross Country, Track, K-Club, FCA. Clements, Joseph E., Dodge City, B.S. Math, New- man Club, Alpha Phi Omega (Pres, and V-Pres.), FHSP, Intramural Football and Basketball; Cleveland, Terry L.: Garden City, B.S., Math, Tennis. Kappa Mu Epsilon, K-Club, ICF (Pres.), Phi Kappa Phi, BSM; Cline, Carolyn J.: Lyons, B.S. in Art; Cline, Rex O.: Hays, B.S. in Agric.; Cloutman, Donald G.: Minneola, B.S., Zoology, Beta Beta Beta. Cobb, Hubert L.: Ford, B.A., Econ.; Cody, Connie E.: Oberlin, B.M., Music, Sigma Alpha Iota (Treas.), Fort Hays Singers, Brass Choir, Concert Choir, Con- cert Band; Cole, Richard C.: Sidney, Neb., B.A., Pol. Sci., Delta Sig (Pres, and V-Pres.); Comeau, Perry: Plainville, B.S., Gen. Sci., KSSNA (Pres.); Conant, Charles D.; Atwood, B.S. in Agric. Conard, Susan K.: Almena, B.A., Eng., Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, SK, Rodeo Club, Lambda lota Tau, Graduate with Distinction; Constable, Steve K.: Minneapolis, B.S., Geology; Cooper, Linda K.: Pratt, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA, Eta Rho Epsilon; Corder, Michael A.: Selden, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Sig (Publicity Chm., Rec. Sec.): Coup, Curtis D.: Talmage, B.S. in Bus., Delta Sig (Treas.), Intra- mural Football, Softball, Track. 228 Seniors Cou-Deg Coupal, Mona R.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., New- man Club; Cousland, Craig K.: Liberal, B.S. in Educ., Sigma Chi (Cor. Sec., Annotator), SCEC (Treas.), Traineeship for Mental Retardation; Crabbs, C. Wayne: South Hutchinson. B.A., Eng.. Sig Ep (Pledge Educ.) : Crites, Larry W.: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; Cyr, Gail A.: Glasco, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Delta Sig (Song Leader), Men ' s P.E. Club (Pres.), AAHPER. Cyr, Janice F.: Glasco, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA; Daise, Gerald W.: Goodland. B.A., Psych.; Daniels, Daryl L: Scott City, B.S. in Bus.: Danner, Jean: Abilene, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Kappa Phi; Davis, Dona: Deerfield, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Phi Kappa Phi. Davis, James T.: Liberal, B.S. in Bus.; Davis, Janis L.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ.. Tennis Intramurals, DZ (Treas.), AWS, Tigers Roar, SNEA; Deatrich, Geneva J.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Bus.: Dechant, Jerald F.: Hays, B.A., History, Phi Sig (Cor. Sec.), Newman Club, German Club; Degarmo, Larry R.: Rolla, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. Laboratory courses, which provide on-the-job training for Fort Hays State students, occupy a good deal of time and range from work on an industrial arts project, the radio station or in the chemistry lab. 229 Seniors Deg-Fag DeGarmo, Rodger C.: Belpre, B.S. in Bus,. Alpha Kappa Psi; Deines, Ernest J.: WaKeeney, B.A., Pol. Sci., Veterans Club, ASC; Deines, Larry D.: Wa- Keeney, B.S., Zoology; Demay, Robert J.: Oberlin, B.S. in Math and Bus., TKE; Dempsey, Wayne R.: Montrose, B.S. in Ind. Arts, TKE, Epsilon Pi Tau (Pres.), Ind. Arts Club. Denning, Larry W.: Ellis, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep (Rush Chm.), Newman Club, National Bus. Educ. Assn.; Dennis, David T.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., Pi Omega Pi, Spanish Club; Denny, Charles A.: At- wood, B.S. in Agric.: Depe, J anet L.: Page City, B.S. in Bus., SK (Pres.), Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA, Tigers Roar; Deutscher, Steven J.; Ellis, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Dickson, Vickie L.: Stafford, B.S. in Bus., Rodeo Club, Phi Kappa Phi; Dimond, Sheryl K.: Little River, B.S. in Gen. Sci.; Dirks, Arthur L.: WaKeeney, B.A., Speech, Alpha Psi Omega, Little Theatre; Dirks, John M.: Ludell, B.S. in Agric.; Dobrick, Dennis S.: West- mifflin, Pa., B.S. in Phys. Educ. Dodd, Frank P.: Manhattan, B.S. in Bus., Sigma Chi, Intramurals (Golf, Basketball), CYR; Donahey, Linda I.: Logan, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SK, Alpha Lambda Delta, WLO, SCEC; Donto, Abmaduliah: Tibet, B.A., History; Doubrava, David M.: Wilson, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Drach, W. Tearel: Hudson, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep, Alpha Kappa Psi, Basketball, National Bus. Educ. Assn. Dreiling, Bernice A.: Hays, B.S. in Home Econ, Home Econ. Chapter; Dreiling, Kathleen A.: Hays, B.A., Speech; Dreiling, Leslie A.: Hays, B.S. in Physics and Math, Intramurals (Basketball), Seventh Cavalry, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma (V- Pres.) , Newman Club, E.E. and Louie Colyer Scholar- ship Award, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinc- tion; Dudrey, David L.: Kismet, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha (Cor. Sec.); Duncan, Karen L-: Dighton, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Rodeo Club, SNEA. Eaton, Charles R.: Manhattan, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Ebright, Beverly A.: Lyons, B.A., Eng., CYR, SNEA, Tigers Roar, Reveille, SK; Edg- mon, Diana K.: Russell, B.S. in Home Econ., AGD (International Ed., Cor. Sec.), WLO, Kappa Omicron Phi (Guard), SNEA, AWS, Intramurals, Regional and District Wheat Queen, Home Econ. Chapter; Einsel, Rodney R.: Wilmore, B.S. in Agric., Sig Tau, Rodeo Club (Sec.); Eisenhour, Katharine N.: LaCrosse, B.A., Eng., DZ (Pledge Scholarship Chm.), Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda lota Tau (Sec.), Reveille, Sweetheart Queen Candidate, Who ' s Who, Honors P rogram. Ellis, Richard W.: Stockton, B.M., Music, Sig Tau, Phi Mu Alpha (Sec., Alumni Sec.), FHS Band (Pres., Treas.), Union Program Council (Publicity Chm.), Collegian Chorale; Elsasser, Douglas C.: Mc- Pherson, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Emery, Barbara J.: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., DZ (Social Chm.), AWS Board of Standards, WLO (V-Pres., Pres.), Intramurals, SNEA, ASC (Model UN Comm.); Eppinger, David R.: Norton, B.M., Music, Sig Tau (2nd V-Pres.), Phi Mu Alpha (Sec.), KMEA; Erickson, James L.: Scandia, B.S. in Bus., Football, K-Club. Estes, Maynard L.: Bucklin, B.S. in Bus., Football, Phi Sig, Alpha Kappa Psi (Pres.), K-Club (V-Pres.); Evans, Jeannette M.: Bethlehem, B.M., Music, Sigma Alpha lota (Pres., Sergeant at Arms), MENC, KMEA; Facklam, Donald D.: Abilene, B.A., History, BSM (Pres.), History Club (Hist.); Facklam, Kath- leen R.: Barnard, B.A., Eng., Lambda lota Tau (Treas.), BSM (Sec.); Fagerquist, Lois N.: Dighton, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Eta Rho Epsi lon, WRA (Board Member), SNEA. Seniors Fai-Gis Faimon, Gary L.: McDonald, B.A., History; Farmer, Richard K.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Farrell, Michael K.: Manhattan B.S., Gen. Sci., Intramurals, Basketball, Sigma Chi, Seventh Cavalry, Traffic Tribunal, A L Comm., Honors Program, Phi Kappa Phi; Feist, Kenneth L.: Ellinwood, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Football, Ind. Arts Club (Cor. Sec.), Newman Club, Phi Kappa Phi; Feltes, Allan J.: Hoisington, B.S. in Bus., Intramurals. Newman Club. Fenwick, Charlene R.: Inman, B.S., Gen. Sci.; Fickel, Roger D.: Chanute, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club, Newman Club, SCS; Ficken, John W.: LaCrosse, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club (Treas.); Fieser, Frank T.: Norwich, B.S. in Bus.; Fischli, Ronald D.: Kirwin, B.A., Eng., Seventh Cavalry (Treas., Pres.), SNEA, Lambda lota Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Reveille (Circulation Mgr., Assoc. Editor, Editor), Who ' s Who, Nominee for Woodrow Wilson Fellow- ship, Graduate with Distinction. Fisher, Harvey L.: McDonald, B.A., Soc.: Fisher, James D.: Cimarron, B.A., History; Fisher, Ruth E.: Albuquerque, N.M., B.S. in Elem Educ., SNEA, Union Program Council (Recreation Comm.); Flavin, James P.: Esbon, B.A., Eng., Leader Staff; Fleharty, Jackie: Scott City, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Nurses Club. Fleharty, Lynn A.: Hastings, Neb., B.S. in Phys. Educ.: Forgue, Donald R.: Damar, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Chemistry Club, Seventh Cavalry, Graduate with Distinction; Foster, Alton R.: Garden City, B.M., Music; Frahm, Kenneth L.: Colby, B.A., Econ., Phi Eta Sigma; Francisco, John F.: Plainville, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha (Sec.), Band. Franz, Joel L.: Kanorado, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Agric., Ind. Arts Club, Rodeo Club (Publicity Chm.); Free- man, Corlis L.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Frey, Jon: Oakley. B.S. in Agric., Bus.; Fritzemeier, Don L.: Stafford, B.S. In Agric., Math, Sig Ep; Fritzemeier, Jo C.: Stafford, B.S. in Elem.. Educ. Frownfelter, Mickey L.: Larned, B.S., Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Intramurals, College Bowl, Phi Kappa Phi: Fryman, Dudley J.: Rossville, B.S., Gen. Sci., Phi Sig, Rodeo Club, Football, K- Club; Funk, Janet J.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Intramurals, Gamma Delta, SNEA; Gagelman, Merlin D.: Great Bend, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Gagelman, Rita L: Albert, B.A., History, SNEA. Galligos, Carl D.: Wood River, III., B.S. in Phys. Educ., AAHPER, KAHPER, Men ' s P.E. Club, Intra- murals; Garrett, Donna M.: Hays, B.S. in Art, New- man Club, Tri Sig; Gates, James E.: Anthony, B.S., Zoology; Gere, Mary M.: Garden City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Orchesis, SNEA; Getty, Carlton A.: Phillipsburg, B.A., Pol. Sci., AKL. Giese, Mark L.: Bismark, N.D. B.S. in Phys. Educ., AKL (V-Pres., Athlete of Year), Sen ior Class Pres., Gymnastics (Co-captain), NAIA All-American Sec- ond Team, K-Club, Men ' s P.E. Club, ASC, Traffic Tribunal (Chief Justice); Giess, Rodney A.: Arnold, B.S., Math; Gill, Cynthia Y.: Phillipsburg, B.S., Math, Alpha Lambda Delta; Gilmore, Virginia K.: Hays, B.A., Eng., Tri Sig (V-Pres., Pres.), WLO, ASC, German Club, Homecoming Queen Candidate, AWS, Tigers Roar, Lambda lota Tau, NCA Comm, on Instruction; Gish, Rodney W.: Hill City, B.A., History, Chi Alpha (Pres.). 231 As May comes to a close and final exams draw near, FHS stu- dents situate themselves in a variety of locations to study for the tests. These students find the Picken Hall fountains pref- erable to Forsyth Library for the last-minute cramming. Seniors Gla-Gri Glaze, Eldon W.: Larned, B.S. in Bus.; Gliclc, Sondra A. : Pratt, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Goodrow, Jane Ellen: Morland, B.A., Eng., SNEA, WRA (Pres.); Goodwin, Kent L.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi (Sec.), Intramurals; Goodwin, Susan E.: Wood- ston, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Union Movie Comm., SNEA, Traffic Tribunal, WLO (Pres.). Gottschallc, Kim J.: Hays, B.A., Pol. Sci., Intra- murals (Football, Basketball), Varsity Tennis, New- man Club (Educ. Chm.), Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi (Jr. Scholar), Seventh Cavalry (Hist.), German Club, K-Club, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Delta, Nominee for Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Graduate with Distinction; Graber, Forest D.: Tribune, B.S., Math, Chem., Honors Board, Honors Program, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Chem. Club. UCF (Pres.), American Chemical Society, Student Health Comm., Phi Kappa Phi; Grauer, Eileen R.: Wilson, B. A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta; Grauer, Paul F.: Wilson, B.S., Math; Graves, Helen G.: Scott City, B.S. in Art. Gray, Robert E.: Garden City, B.S. in Bus.; Gregg, Robert L.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., Football, K- Club; Gregory, Richard L.: Phillipsburg, B.A., History, BSM (Pres., Sec., Treas.); Grigsby, Alan E.: Salina, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Delta Sig (V-Pres.j, IFC, Ind. Arts Club; Grimsley, Larry J.: McCracken, B.S. in Bus. 232 Seniors Gri-Hol Grizzell, Roger E.: Macksville, B.S. in Agric.; Gum, Dianne L.: Dodge City, B.A., Eng., Reveille (Adv. Mgr., Sr. Ed.), UCF (Assoc. Staff Member), Spanish Club, SNEA, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Lambda lota Tau, FHSP; Gump, Donna M.: Carlton, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA (V-Pres.), Eta Rho Epsilon (Sec.- Treas.), CYD, SNEA; Gustin, Karen M.: Hays, B.A., History, Newman Club, CYR, Phi Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, SNEA; Hale, Lucinda M.: McPherson, B.A., Eng., KSTA, SNEA. Hamann, Twylla N.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Hamman, E. Jane: Garden City, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta; Hanken, Donald L: Larned, B.S. in Bus.; Hanson, Jerry L.: Medicine Lodge, B.S. in Bus.; Harmon, Robert K.: Hugoton, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Veterans Club. Harold, Estella L.: Dresden, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Harper, Duane E.: Albert, B.S. in Bus., Cross Coun- try, Track, SNEA, Gamma Delta; Havel, Lynn B.: Clyde, B.S. in Art, Intramural Director, Track, Cross Country; Havner, Kenneth C.: Spearville, B.A., Pol. Sci., ASC (Chm.), Chief Justice Student Court, CYR (1st V-Chm.), IRC, Seventh Cavalry, Veterans Club, Wooster Fund Comm.; Hawley, Roy R.: Dodge City, B.S. in Phys. Educ., PEMC, Intramurals. Hayse, Georgiana B.: Mullinville, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Chapter, KHEA; Hegarty, William T.: Ottawa, B.S. in Gen. Sci.; Heier, Robert L.: Park, B.A., History, History Club, Newman Club; Heimer, Nedra R.: Jetmore, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, AWS, Wesley Foundation (Pres.); Heinlein, Roger D.: Stafford, B.S., Math, Physics, American Institute of Physics. Hempler, Blake G.: Almena, B.S. in Bus., Delta Sig (Sec.), Alpha Kappa Psi; Hendrickson, David L.: Almena, B.S. in Bus., Delta Sig, Alpha Kappa Psi; Hendrickson, Roy L.: Montezuma, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Hendrixson, Gary L.: Buhler, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Intramurals, Sig Ep, Ind. Arts Club; Henry, Larry L.: Minneapolis, B.A., History, Spanish Club, History Club. Herman, Mary Ann: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Herrenbruck, Joan E.: St. John, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club (Chm. of Executive Board), SNEA; Herring, Donita: Liberal, B.S., Gen. Sci., KSSNA; Herrington, Nancy L.: Kanopolis, B.S. in Home Econ., Union Activities Comm., DZ (Pledge Trainer, Treas.), Home Econ. Chapter, Kappa Omicron Phi, AWS, Tigers Roar, SNEA; Herzog, Maxine: Hays, B.S. in Art, Gamma Delta, FHSP. Heublein, Kathy: Medicine Lodge, B.S. in Gen. Sci.; Hickman, Donald D.: Lucas, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi; Hill, Jeffrey A.: Fowler, B.A., Philosophy, B.S., Physics, Seventh Cavalry; Hillman, Donna L.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Hlaus, Rosemary J.: Wilson, B.S. m Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Econ. Chapter (Social Chm.), SNEA, KHEA. Hoagland, Sandra L.: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Band, Orchesis, Stage Band, SNEA; Hockett, Donnie R.: Ulysses, B.S., Math, K-Club, Tennis, Intra- murals, Table Tennis Champion; Hoffman, Pauline A.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club, SNEA; Holland, Mildred L.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA: Holopirek, Rick D.: Timken, B.A., History, Sig Ep. 233 Seniors Hoo-Kei Hooper, Helen J.: Smith Center, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi Graduate with Distinction; Horner, Carolyn M.: Great Bend, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Concert Choir, SNEA, WRA; Horton, Jerrell J.: Goodland, B.S., Gen. Sci . : Horton, Louis E.: Garden City, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Delta Sig (Pres.), Intramurals; Houser, Lucille J.: Paradise, B.S. in Bus., Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, WRA, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinction. Houser, Roger L.: Quinter, B.A., Soc., Intramurals, Basketball; Houston, Carol J.: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA: Howland, Philip L.: Abilene, B.S., Geology, Math, ICF, BSM (Local and State Treas.), Tennis, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Hrabe, Susan M.: Great Bend, B.A., Speech, Tri-Sig, Sigma Alpha Eta (Sec.); Huck, John C.: Protection, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club. Huckabey, Chester E.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Bus.; Hufford, David C.: Wichita, B.S., Gen. Sci.: Hunley, Rodney D.: Hudson, B.S., Math, Sig Ep, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma; Hurt, Doug: Ellis, B.A., History, Phi Alpha Theta; Hussey, Merlin C.: Good- land, B.S., Geology, Sigma Chi, Intramurals. Hutton, Ustel G.: Stockton, B.S., Zoology; Ihrig, Sheryl S.: Goodland, B.A., Soc., DZ, Tigers Roar, French Club; Ingram, Sue D.: Beloit, B.S. in Bus., Pi Omega Pi (Hist.), AWS, WLO; loerger, Phyllis R.: Wichita, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Chapter ( V- Pres.) . Kappa Omicron Phi (Sec.), KHEA; Jacobs, Cynthia S.: Hays, B.S., Chem., Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Newman Club, Chem. Club (Sec.). James, Eugene E.: Wichita, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Men ' s P.E. Club; Jennings, Cheryll G.: Rozel, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Jennings, Linda L.: Rozel, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA (Treas.), Rodeo Club (Hist.), Eta Rho Epsilon, SNEA; Jensen, Lester C.: Atwood, B.S. in Bus., TKE, Furlough Comm.; Jiminez, Paul M.: Garden City, B.S. in Bus., Intramurals. Joerg, Warren D.: Randall, B.S. in Bus., ar d Agric.; Johnson, Linda M.: Goodland, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Johnson, Robert (Stormy) W.: Salina, B.A., Psych., Soc., Wrestling (2nd in NAIA), Phi Sig, Seventh Cavalry, Soc. Club (Social Chm.), Spanish Club, Human Relations Club, Human Relations Board, K-Club, Tigers Roar, BSM; Johnson, Susan M.: Concordia, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Jones, Larry C.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus. Jones, Myrna J.: Lenora, B.S. in Bus.; Jordan, John E.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Delta Sig, Intra- murals, Ind. Arts Club; Joy, Allen L: Garden City, B.S. in Ind. Arts; Juno, James F.: LaCrosse, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., Phi Sig (Chaplain), Newman Club, Intramurals (Football, Softball, Volleyball and Horse Shoes) ; Kaba, Marilyn K.: Plainville, B.A., Soc. Karst, Susan P.: Plainville, B.S., Gen. Sci., KSSNA; Kastle, Michael L.: Kirwin, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Intramurals, Men’s P.E. Club; Kats, Marianne G.: Long Island, B.M., Music, Band, Orchestra, Wood- wind Ensemble, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha lota (Chaplain), WLO, MENC, Phi Kappa Phi. Graduate with Distinction; Keenan, Terry L: Seward, B.A., Speech, Intramurals, KFHS (Special Events, Program Director, Station Mgr.), CYD, Union Films Comm., Union Program Council; Keiley, Michael J.: Jetmore, B.S., Math, Veterans Club. 234 Seniors Kel-Leb Keller, Shirley D.: Bushton, B.S. in Home Econ., Alpha Lambda Delta, Home Econ. Chapter, Pres, of Custer Hall, Kappa Omicron Phi (Pres.), WLO (Hist.): Kelley, Douglas L.: Denver, Colo., B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda: Kelley, Thomas C.: Beloit, B.A., Psych., Intramurals, Newman Club, TKE (Song Director), Opera Production: Kelly, Jean L.: Scandia, B.A., Soc., Soc. Club. Tigerettes, Union Comm.; Kershner, Atha L.: McCracken, B.S. in Elem. Educ. Kessler, John C.: Shumway, III., B.A., History, His- tory Club. Delta Sig, CYD, Film Club, Intramurals: King, Billie A.: Garden City, B.S. in Bus.: Kinser, Jerry J.: Clayton, B.S. in Elem. Educ.: Kipp, Gary D.: Hays. B.S., Math and Geology, Newman Club, Intramurals (Golf, Football, Softball), Sigma Pi Sigma: Kirby, Susan D.: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA. Kirk, Andrea S.: Selina. B.M., Music, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MENC, KMEA, Sigma Tau Alpha. Eta Rho Epsilon, WRA; Klaus, Larry J.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Newman Club, Phi Beta Lambda, CYD: Klein, Joyce R.: Rozel, B.A., Eng., CYR (Pres.), Nursing Club, German Club, Honors Program, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Kansas Archeological Assn., SNEA, Lambda lota Tau, Graduate with Distinction: Knoe- ber, Margaret E.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., New- man Club (V-Pres., Sec.), SCEC, SNEA, Leader Reporter: Knoll, Dorothy A.: Hoys, B.S., Math, New- man Club, WLO (V-Pres.), SNEA, Kappa Mu Epsilon (V-Pres.), Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Graduate with Distinction. Koehn, Arden M.: Greensburg, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Intramurals (Basketball): Koenigsman, James J.: Tipton, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Phi Omega: Koeperich, Robert C.: Sclden, B.S. in Ind. Arts: Kollman, Gary G.: Stockton, B.S. in Bus., AKL, Intramurals; Kolo- dick, Richard J.: Punxsutawney, Pa., B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA. Koochel, Nancy A.: Albert, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi (Keeper Archives, Cor. Sec.), Home Econ. Chapter, Newman Club (Educ. Co- Chm.), SNEA: Kraus, Terrence J.: Garden City, B.S. in Bus., Intramurals (Basketball), Bus. Frat.; Krohbiel, Gary A.: Bushton, B.A., Eng.: Kreighbaum, John S.: Olathe, B.A., Speech, IFC, Little Theatre, KFHS (Station Mgr.), AKL (Pres., House Mgr., Pledge Trainer), Intramurals, Tigers Roar: Krueger, Phyllis E.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., DZ, SNEA, Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen Candidate. Krug, Kenneth D.: Torrington, Wyo., B.S., Bio.; Kumle, Larry L.: Marquette, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Rodeo Club (Pres.), Ind. Arts Club; Kundred, Jacqueline A.: Hays, B.S., Math, Tri-Sig, Newman Club, CYR, Candidate for Furlough Queen; Kunz, Eileen M.: Norton, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Dames Club, BSM; Kunz, Robert A.: Norton, B.A., Eng., Philosophy, Gym- nastics, BSM (V-Pres., Treas.). Kvasnicka, Roger K.: Lucas, B.S., Math; Lambert, Carl M.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., CYD; Lambert, Marilyn S.: Hays, B.M., Music, AGD (Activities Chm., Cor. Sec.), Concert Choir; Landis, Erryn E.: Courtland, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Lane, Loren D.: Hays, B.A., Soc. Lanum, William G.: Englewood, Colo., B.S. in Elem. Educ., Delta Sig, Alpha Phi Omega, SNEA; Laprade, Gerald P.: Victoria, B.A., French, French Club, Honors Program, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinction; Larson, Diana L.: Protection, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta (Treas.), SCEC, SK, SNEA, Alpha Lambda Delta (Treas.), WLO (Treas.), Honors Program, Tigers Roar, WRA, Daisy Mae; Larson, Stephen J.: Concordia, B.A., Speech, Little Theatre, Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Sig (Sec.), IFC, Leader (Sports Ed.), KFHS, Sweetheart King Can- didate, Tigers Roar; Lebbin, Keith M.: Ellinwood, B.S. in Agric. 235 Seniors Leh-Mar Lehman, Donald E.: Gypsum, B.S. In Bus., CEC; Leit- ner, James M.: Herndon, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Lesseig, Nancy A.: Hays, B.S. in Art, SK, Tig- ers Roar, CYR; Lindberg, Ronald R.: Sublette, B.S. in Agric., Fort Hays Singers, Concert Choir; Lindner, Nina L.: Kendall, B.A., Soc. Link, Barbara E.: Chase, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Newman Club; Loomis, Sharon K.: Mankato, B.S. in Art, Tri Sig (Rec. Sec.), WLO, Tigers Roar, Little Theatre, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinction; Lower, Guy W.: Sublette, B.S. in Agric.; Lynn, Connie M.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs (Sec.), Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinction; Lyon, Raelee A.: Plain- ville, B.S. in Art, Associated Interior Designers, French Club, Tribunal Council. Mangels, Bill V.: Rolla, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., Al- pha Kappa Psi (Warden, Master of Rituals); Marak, Joe H.: Kendall, B.S., Geology; Marcotte, Judy A.: Hays, B.S. in Art, DZ; Marietta, Jari K.: Esbon, B.A., Psych., Union Program Comm., SNEA, AWS; Mari- etta, Tari F.: Esbon, B.S. in Bus., SK, WLO, Phi Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi (Pres.), SNEA, Sophomore Women ' s Honorary ( V-Pres.) , Tigers Roar. Fork Hays State students are involved in many contests throughout the year. Among the " fun " events is the Ugly Man Contest sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega with proceeds going to the Endowment Association for loan funds. 236 Seniors Mar-Moo Marine, Allen R.: Copeland, B.S. in Bus.r Marine, Duane D.: Garden City, B.S., Chem.; Marine, Pauline L.: Garden City, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Martin, Douglas J.: Salina, B.S. in Bus.: Martin, Lewis L.: Hill City, B.S. in Bus. Martinez, Ruth A.: Plains, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA Martins, Carol Ann: Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., B.A. Eng., SNEA, Student Forum Comm.; Mason, M. Eu gene: Stockton, B.S., Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon; May hill, Dorothy L: Arkan sas City, B.S., Gen. Sci.; Me Asey, John H.: Abilene, B.A., Psych., Delta Sig, IFC McCance, Donald C.: Salina, B.S. in Art; McChristy, Neale R.: Lewis, B.A., Psych., CYR, Psych. Club; McClellan, Gary W.: Zurich, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Soc., Symphonic Band, Marching Band; McClure, Jeanette R.: Formoso, B.S. in Art, SNEA; McFall, Michael R.: Coats, B.S. in Agric. McHenry, Linda G.: Ulysses, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA (Pres., Cor. Sec., Sports Chm.), Eta Rho Ep- silon (Sec., Treas.), Intramurals; McMillen, Douglas K.: Wichita, B.S. in Agric., Delta Sig, Rodeo Club; McNerney, James A.: Smith Center, B.S. in Bus.; Mead, Audry A.: Zurich, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Varsity Band, Concert Band, SNEA (Sec.), Girls ' Glee; Mee- rian, Leroy F.: Oakley, B.S. in Bus., AKL, CYD, New- man Club, Rodeo Club. Meggers, Gary F.: Sylvia, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Rodeo Club (Arena Director); Michaelis, Dennis J.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda (V-Pres., State Cor. Sec.), CYD; Michaelis, Jean L.: Kinsley, B.S., Gen. Sci.; Michaelis, Shirley A.: Utica, B.S. in Elem. Educ., ICF, SNEA, Lutheran Students Assn.; Michaelis, Wilma D.: Utica, B.S. in Bus., in Phys. Educ., WRA, Eta Rho Epsilon. Mick, David L.: Tipton, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Newman Club; Milburn, John E.: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; Miller, Janice L.: Hoxie, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Miller, Judy A.: St. Francis, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Tigers Roar, SNEA; Miller, Kenneth L: Moscow, B.M., Mu- sic, Delta Sig, Phi Mu Alpha, MENC, KMEA (Pres.), SNEA, Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble. Miller, Lela J.: Albert, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Club (V-Pres.) ; Miller, Lynn K.: Hoxie, B.S., Zoology; Million, Lavern C.: Dodge City, B.M., Mu- sic, Concert Choir, Fort Hays Singers; Million, Mer- edith: Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci., Nurses Club; Mills, Karen K.: Sublette, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta, CEC, Orchesis (Pres.). Mills, William E.: Garden City, B.S., Gen. Sci., Del- ta Sig; Miner, Jimmie L.: Long Island, B.A., History; Modica, Susan E.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Monteith, Frandal; Hoxie, B.A., Soc., SK (1st V- Pres.), Soc. Club, SNEA, Tigers Roar; Moore, Mi- chael W.: Liberal, B.S. in Bus., Sigma Chi (Treas., V-Pres. of House Corps). 237 Senior Mor-Oke Moran, Roslyn A.: LaCrosse, B.A., Eng., Newman Club, SNEA, Lambda lota Tau (Sec.); Morford, James R.: Hays, B.S., Math, Soc. Club, BSM (Social Chm.); Morgan, Stephen R.: Salina, B.S., Math; Mor- rill, Larry M.: Luray, B.S. in Agric., Bio.; Morris, Carole A.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, WRA. Morris, Jan L.: Garden City, B.S., Gen. Sci., Tri Sig (Keeper of the Grades); Morton, Marilyn L.: Lar- ned, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Chapter; Most, Jeanine K.; Atwood, B.A., Pol. Sci., UCF (Pro- gram Council); Mouden, Ward H.; Prairie Village, B.S. in Bus.; Moyer, Lairen H.: Ellsworth, B.A.. Pol. Sci., Sig Tau, Alpha Phi Omega. Mullen, James W.: LaCrosse, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Band, Orchestra, Collegian Chorale, Phi Mu Alpha (Treas.); Mullenix, Kathy T.: Bushton, B.S., Gen. Sci., ICF, KSSNA; Mullenix, Kerry: Bushton, B.S., Gen. Sci., ICF, KSSNA; Murphy, JoAnne: Russell, B.A., History, Freshman Class V-Pres., Student Body Pres., V-Pres., ASC, CYR, Midwest Model UN, Debate, SPURS, WLO, Alpha Lambda Delta (Pres.), Phi Al- pha Theta, RA, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Wood- row Wilson Nominee, Graduate with Distinction; Murphy, Ronnie D.: Natoma, B.S. in Agric. Murray, Dwight: Mankato, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., TKE; Musselman, Kathrynn M.: Russell, B.S. in Elem. Educ., CYR, CYR Women ' s Federation (Sec., Treas.), SNEA, P-t-P (Sec.); Musselman, Kirk P.: Ransom, B.S. in Bus., CYR (Treas., 2nd V-Chm., Chm.), Alpha Phi Omega (Treas.), Phi Kappa Delta, P-t-P, IRC, Phi Beta Lambda, ASC, Campus Religious Council; Myers, Charlie: Otis, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Educ., Sig- ma Chi, SCEC, PEMC, Football; Naccarato, Duane G.: Dodge City, B.S. in Bus. Neal, Carol A.: Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci., KSSNA, DZ, Head Twirler; Neal, William: Quinter, B.A., Pol. Sci., Sig Ep (Pres.), Seventh Cavalry (V-Pres.), ASC, Phi Eta Sigma (V-Pres.), Senior Class V-Pres., Phi Kappa Phi; Neely, Zelda R.: Ellis, B.A., Eng., Lambda lota Tau, KATE, Spanish Club, History Club, SNEA, Film Club; Neerman, Marjorie J.: Falls City, Neb., B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Newman Club; Negley, Dwight L: Durham, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Baseball, K-Club, PEMC, Student Trainer (Basketball, Football). Neidens, Janetta K.: Junction City, B.S. in Home Econ.; Nelson, Betty E.: Jamestown, B.S., Gen. Sci.; Neubauer, Dennis R.: Munden, B.A., Speech, KFHS (News Director); Newell, Dale L.: Stafford, B.S. in Bus.; Newell, Donald L: Damar, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club. Nichols, David C.: Oberlin, B.S. in Bus.; Noel, James R.: Wichita, B.S. in Phys. Educ., K-Club, PEMC, Wrestling; Nokes, Jimmy W.: Sharon Springs, B.S. in Bus., Intramurals; Norden, Donna J.: Kensington, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda (Reporter), Pi Omega Pi. Gamma Delta, SNEA, UCF, Who ' s Who in Phi Beta Lambda; Nowak, Pamela R.: Gorham, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club. Nylund, John M.: Scandia, B.S., Bot.; O ' Bleness, Larry L.: Ashland, B.S. in Agric., Ind. Arts Club, Rodeo Club (Treas., V-Pres.); Oborny, Larry S.: Hays, B.S., Bot., Zoology; Odle, Marlene K.: Glen Elder, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ. Chapter (V-Pres.), Kappa Omicron Phi (2nd V-Pres.), New- man Club, SNEA, KHEA; Okeson, Donald T.: Wes- kan, B.S. in Agric. 238 Seniors Opd-Reg Opdyclte, Doug D.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Phys. Educ., K-Club. Varsity Football. FHSP; Opdycke, Vergie D.: Great Bend, B.S. in Elem. Educ., AWS, SNEA, FHSP; Osthoff, Peggy: Athol, B.M., Music, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir, Clarinet Choir, Honors Recital, Graduate with Distinction; Ostrander, Margery S.: Topeka, B.A., Speech, SNEA, Little Theatre, Alpha Psi Omega, Tigers Roar, DZ, AWS; O ' Toole, Peggy J.: Arnold, B.S. in Educ. Otte, Wilma J.: Gorham, B.S. in Home Econ.; Tri Sig, Home Econ. Chapter: Palmgren, Virginia L.: Quinter, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Pankow, Tonia C.: Hutchinson, B.A., Soc., CWCO, P-t-P; Papes, Janet A.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Tri Sig; Patter- son, Kenneth J.: Hill City, B.S. in Bus. Patterson, Mattie J.: Green, B.S., in Elem. Educ.; Paynter, Stephen D.: Otis, B.S., Math, Alpha Phi Omega (Treas., Sec.), Kappa Mu Epsilon; Peterson, Alan N.: Hutchinson, B.A., History; Peterson, Sherry D.; Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci., Nurses Club; Petracek, Herbert F.; Jennings, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., Vet- erans Club. Petryszyn, Helen L.: Halstead, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Pfannenstiel, Donald J.: Hays, B.S. in Art, Newman Club (Pres.), State Newmanite, SNEA; Pfeifer, Ken- neth K.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., Newman Club; Pfortmiller, Roger D.: Natoma, B.S., Math; Phillips, Clyde W.: Junction City, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi. Piland, Janice E.: Macksville, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi (Distaff Ed.), RA, Phi Kappa Phi, Home Econ. Chapter; Plush, Kenneth J.: Glasco, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Football, Gymnastics, SNEA, KSTA, PEMC. KAHPER, AAHPER; Polcyn, Louise: Gorham, B.M., Music, Band, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha lota; Porter, Richard D.: Little River, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Poulignot, Linda M.: Topeka, B.S., Gen. Sci., KSSNA. Powers, Leland W.: Gove, B.S. in Bus. - Powers, Sherry L: Great Bend, B.A., Eng., Union Program Council, SNEA, Spanish Club; Pratt, Donald E.: Alton, B.S. in Bus.; Prinsen, James: Prairie View, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Phi Omega (Pres.), Phi Beta Lambda (Pres.); Pundsack, Diane M.: Great Bend, B.S. in Art; Orche- sis (V-Pres.), CYD (Sec.), Newman Club, SNEA. Pywell, Brian S.: Zurich, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Quimby, Gene D.: Larned, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Quinn, Jean Ann: Almena, B.S., Gen. Sci., SK, KSSNA, Alpha Lambda Delta; Ralstin, Roy H.: Wichita, B.A., History, Baseball, K-Club; Ram- sey, Bill E.: Colby, B.S. in Bus., Wrestling, K-Club. Rankin, Riley C.: Clay Center, B.S. in Bus., Track, Intramurals. K-Club. Phi Beta Lambda; Redelberger, Mark L.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., KFHS, Newman Club; Reece, Howard T.: Lancaster, B.S. in Bus.; Reese, Lorene L.: Logan, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA; Regier, Robert D.: Buhler, B.M., Music, Fort Hays Band, Phi Mu Alpha (V-Pres), MENC, TKE (Scholarship Chm., Sec.), Intramurals. Seniors Rei-Sch Reichenborn, Danny L.: Dodge City, B.A., Psych., German Club; Reimer, Deana D.: Pawnee Rock, B.A., Spanish, Spanish Club, SNEA, SCEC; Reimer, Keith E.: Albert, B.S. in Educ., SCEC (Pres.); Rein- ert, Jimmie D.: Ensign, B.S. in Agric., AKL; Reising, Gretchen L.: Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci., SK. Reiss, Joyce M.: Dodge City, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta, SCEC; Resner, Darrell G.: Russell, B.S. in Bus.; Reynolds, Janis: Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci.; Reynolds, Marvin J.: Natoma, B.S. in Bus.; Rhoades, Peggy: WaKeeney, B.S., Gen. Sci. Rhudy, Richard K.: Lincoln, B.S. in Bus.; Rice, Dennis E.: Osborne, B.A., Speech, Prometheans, IFC, Sigma Chi; Richards, Howard E.: Dighton, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Richards, Ronald C.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus.: Roeder, Dean A.: B.S. in Agric. Roemer, Anita L.: Grainfield, B.S., Gen. Sci., AGD, KSSNA, Phi Kappa Phi; Rogers, James R.: Hoxie, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; Rogers, Janet E.: Pretty Prairie, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Rohleder, George M.: Garden City, B.S. in Ind. Arts; Romine, Lola M.: Garden City, B.S. in Bus., Pi Omega Pi. Root, Edward D.: Salina, B.S. in Bus.; Rosebaugh, Robert L.: Hays. B.S. in Bus.; Roskilly, James D.: Stockton, B.S. in Bus., Intramurals, Men ' s Glee Club, Chorale Union, SNEA; Ross, Geraldine M.: Great Bend, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Ross, Linda L: Burr Oak, B.S. in Home Econ., Alpha Lambda Delta, Home Econ. Chapter, SNEA. WLO, Phi Kappa Phi. Ross, Norman K.: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus., Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Rounkles, Penny F.: Paradise, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Roy, Gerry D.: Syracuse, B.S. in Bus.; Ruda, Fred R.: Atwood, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Newman Club (V-Pres., Pres.), Ind. Arts Club (Hist., V-Pres.), Epsilon Pi Tau; Rueb, William J.: Stratton, Colo., B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Newman Club, Un- ion Program Council, Union Board (V-Chm.). Rufenacht, Della B.: Ness City, B.S. in Art, CYR; Rufener, Larry J.: Abilene. B.S. in Bus.; Ruff, Aneta N.: Logan, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Lambda Delta, Fur- lough Steering Comm., Reveille (Bus. Mgr.), $K (Treas., 1st V-Pres.), Phi Beta Lambda (Pres.), Alpha Kappa Psi Queen; Rundle, David C.: Clifton, B.S. in Agric.: Rupke, Wayne K.: Prairie View, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Rupp, Beverly A.: Greensburg, B.S. in Home Econ., FHSP (V-Pres.). Home Econ. Club, KHEA; Sanford, Larry E.: Belleville. B.S., Gen. Sci.; Saylor, E. Harold: Hays, B.A., Psych., B.S. in Educ.; Schafer, Ronald L.: LaCrosse, B.A., History, Phi Sig, Tigers Roar; Schaf- fer, James R.: LaCrosse, B.S. in Bus., Phi Sig (Treas.). 240 President M. C. Cunningham helps organize the 1968 gradu- mencement exercises. Clear blue skies and only a slight breeze ates for the procession into Lewis Field Stadium for com- allow for an outdoor graduation in the stadium this year. Seniors Sch-Sch Schalansky, Richard D.: Alton, B.S. in Agric., New- man Club. Delta Tau Alpha (Treas.); Scheibmeir, Alan J.: Salina, B.A., Speech, Phi Kappa Delta, KFHS (Chief Engineer); Scherr, Ruth A.: Collyer, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Schields, Dale A.: Goodland, B.A., Speech, Sigma Chi (Pledge Trainer, Athletic Trainer, V-Pres.), KFHS; Schlepp, Stanley L.: St. Francis, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Fort Hays Gun Club. Schmidt, Anita L.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club; Schmidt, Gary E.: Hays, B.S., Math, Newman Club, Sigma Pi Sigma, Seventh Cavalry (Treas.), Kappa. Mu Epsilon (Pres.), German Club; Schneider, Leon K.: Osborne, B.S. in Bus., K-Club, Track; Schoen, Alvin H.: B.S. in Phys. Educ., PEMC, SNEA, Intra- murals; Schoeneck, Leland O.: Elwood, B.S. in Ind. Arts. Schreiber, Mary M.: Ransom, B.A., Spanish, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Lambda Delta, Newman Club (Treas.), P-t-P (Pres.), IRC, Spanish Club, Phi Beta Lambda, WLO, Who ' s Who, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate witfr Distinction; Schroeder, Kathryn A.: WaKeeney, B.A., Speech, AGD (Cor. Sec., Chap- lain), Sigma Alpha Eta (Cor. Sec.), SCEC; Schroed- er, Troy A.: Albert, B.S., Geology; Schrum, Steven D.: Norton, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Schuckman, Leon- ard: LaCrosse, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. 241 Seniors Sch-Sta Schulte, Lavern J.: Gorham, B.S. in Bus., Newman Club, Alpha Phi Omega (Treas.), Phi Beta Lambda, Intramurals; Schwarzenberger, John D.: Collyer, B.S., Math, B.S. in Bus., Phi Sig ( V- Pres. ) ; . Seago, Diane G.: Bunker Hill, B.S. in Art: Sears, Robert E.: Good- land. B.S. in Bus., Sigma Chi, Orchesis { V-Pres. ) , Gamma Delta (Pres.); Selley, Charla J.: Oakley, B.A., Eng. Selley, Samuel J.: Oakley, B.A., Speech, K.FHS, Vet- erans Club, Little Theatre; Service, William P.: Kan- sas City, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda, Newman Club, Intramurals; Sexsmith, Cheryl S.: Salina, B.S. in Elem. Educ., DZ, Panhellenic (Sec.), SNEA, Sec- ond Generation Club. Tigers Roar, Girls’ Glee Club, AWS; Shean, Constance M.: Spearville, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Sheets, Patricia K.: Lincoln, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Lambda lota Tau, SNEA. Shepard, Virgil S.: Johnson, B.S., Bot.: Shira, Earl W.: Dodge City, B.S., Gen. Sci., CYR; Shoemaker, Terry C.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Tigers Roar (Treas.), Sig Ep (V-Pres. ) , KFHS; Showers, James W.: Hill City, B.S. in Bus., Band, Phi Beta Lambda; Shriver, Prudence L.: Coats, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Phi Kappa Phi, Graduate with Distinction. Simmons, John E.: Russell, B.S. in Bus.; Slopansky, Paul E.: Belleville, B.S. in Ind. Arts, AKL, Ind. Arts Club; Smarsh, John A.: Great Bend, B.A., Psych., Newman Club; Smith, Bronwen M.: Offerle, B.S. in Bus., Collegian Chorale; Smith, David C.: Kinsley t B.S. in Agric. Smith, Gary W.: Liberal, B.S. in Bus., CYD; Smith, Larry D.: Bison, B.S., Math, Intramurals, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, College Bowl, American Institute of Physics; Smith, Larry L.: Enid, Okla., B.S. in Phys. Educ., Veterans Club, MPEC; Smith, Mar- garet E.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Phi Kappa Phi; Smith, Ronald D.: Clay Center, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda. Smith, Spencer L: Hazelton, B.S. in Art, Prome- theans, Sigma Chi; Snay, Karen J.: Plevna, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA, Eta Rho Epsilon, SNEA; Soice, Nicki J.: Hays, B.A., Eng., WLO (Sec.), Lambda lota Tau, SNEA, Phi Kappa Phi; Sothers, Judith A.: Courtland, B.S. in Elem. Educ.. AGD (Pres.), Tigers Roar; Spacil, Paul E.: Ellinwood, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club; SNEA. Spangenberg, Edward L.: Hudson, B.S. in Ind. Arts, SNEA, Ind. Arts Club (Sec.), Epsilon Pi Tau (Sec.); Sparks, Marjorie A.: Haviland, B.S., Math, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Spohr, Norman L.: Dodge City, B.S., Bio., SNEA, KSTA; S prick , Roger G.: Prairie View, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Springsted, Karen S.: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA. Staab, Joyce A.: Hays, B.S., Gen. Sci., Newman Club; Stackhouse, Sue A.: Kirwin, B.A., Speech, Al- pha Lambda Delta, SCEC, Sigma Alpha Eta, AWS; Stahl, Michael E.: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; Stahl, Richard J.; Pittsburgh, Pa., B.A., History, Spanish Club, New- man Club, ASC, History Club (V-Pres.) : Stapleton, Jerry W.: Belpre, B.A., Pol. Sci., Sig Ep, Seventh Cavalry (V-Pres., Sec.), ASC. 242 Seniors Ste-Tri Stech, Terence T.: Cawker City, B.S., in Agric.; Steele, George L.: Hays. B.S. in Art; Steen, Vicki L.: Smith Center. B.A., Eng., Tri Sig; Steimel, Robert L.: Claflin, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Stephenson, Don H.: Tribune, B.S. in Phys. Educ. Stephenson, Linda S.: Hutchinson. B.S. in Elem. Educ., AGD (Cor. Sec.); Stevens, Tommy F.: Winchester, B.S. in Agric., K-Club, Football; Stewart, Kenneth T.: Hunter, B.S. in Agric., Gun Club (Treas.). Delta Tau Alpha (Pres.), Soil Conservation Service; Stewart, Stephen R.: Courtland, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEC, Track, Cross Country (Trainer, Mgr.); Stewart, Wayne S.: Shields, B.S., Chem., Chem. Club. Stone, Gerald D.: Goodland, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Phi Omega; Stos, Carol J.: Olmitz, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA. Spurs; Stos, Chuck J.: Otis, B.S., Bio.; Strausse, JoAnn: B.S. in Elem. Educ., Trig Sig, AWS, Tigers Roar, Soc. Club; Strella, John E.: Ellsworth. B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA (Pres., Publicity Chm.), CYR. Strobel, George A.: Great Bend, B.A., Psych.; Stu- art, Mark W.: Herington, B.A., Psych.; Sullivan, Lyn- da L.: Phillipsburg, B.S. in Elem. Educ., AWS (Chm. of the Board of Standards), SNEA, Little Theatre, Eta Rho Epsilon, Union Dance Comm.; Sulzman, M. Jolene; Oberlin, B.S. in Bus., WLO, Newman Club, Pi Omega Pi; Suter, Don M.: Oakley, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. Sutton, Roddy D.: Greensburg, B.S. in Bus., SNEA, Intramurals; Sweat, Rosalie R.: Smith Center, B.A., Soc., Newman Club, Soc. Club; Swenson, Janice Kay: Dodge City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Dames Club; Symns, Thomas C.: Hutchinson, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club (Publicity Mgr.); Tabrizi, Nematollah H.: Hays, B.S., in Agric., P-t-P, ICF, Intramurals. Taldo, Donald E.: WaKeeney, B.S. in Phys. Educ.; Tedesco, JoAnne F.: Lake Mahopac, N.Y., B.S. in Art, DZ (Cor. Sec.), Senior Class Sec. -Treas., Tigers Roar (Sec.), Traffic Tribunal, Elections Comm., New- man Club, CYR, SNEA, AWS; Teel, Glen A.: Mor- land, B.S. in Ind. Arts, FHSP; Thielen, Jay B.: Dor- rance, B.A., History, Newman Club (Publicity Chm.), Veterans Club (Pres.), CYD; Thiessen, Anita M.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ. Thiessen, Eldon J.: Hays, B.S., Math, Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Sigma Pi Sigma; Tholen, Diana K.: Victoria, B.A., Speech, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Newman Club, SC EC, Sigma Alpha Eta; Thomas, J. Craig: Dighton, B.A., Speech, Track; Thomas, R. Wayne: Turon, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Thompson, Barbara A.: Russell, B.A., Eng., Speech, Pi Kappa Delta, Little Theatre, ICF ( V-Pres. ) , BSM (V-Pres). Thurlow, Janet M.: Hill City, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta, SCEC, Furlough Queen; Tirone, Carmin A. : Lyndhurst, N.J., B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEC, KSHSAA, KAHPER; Torline, Galen J.: Spearville, B. S. in Ind. Arts, Bus., Ind. Arts Club; Torres, Maru- ja: Hays, B.A., Spanish; Trapp, John L: Waldo, B.S. in Bus., Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi. 243 Seniors Tri-Wie Trimmer, Sue A.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SK (Pledge Pres., Cor. Sec.), Rodeo Club, SNEA, Ti- gers Roar, Leader Staff; Tucker, Martha J.: St. John, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA (Sec.), Eta Rho Epsilon; Tweed, John C.: Norton, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. SNEA; Ulin, Larry R.: Hunter, B.S. in Bus.; Van Donge, Jerry P.: Edson, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Sig Tau, PEMC. Van Dyke, Dale A.: Prescott, B.S., Math; Vap, Eugene F.: Atwood, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda (V-Pres.); Vessey, Ronald D.: Clayton, B.S. in Art, in Bus.; Vig- nery, Ronald J.: Clifton, B.A., History; Vint, Janice M.: Glen Elder, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Alpha Lambda Delta. Vo pat, Harry J.; Wilson, B.S. in Art, B.A., Psych.; Votruba, Edward J.: Wilson, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club (Treas.); Wagner, Dale E.: Russell, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. Epsilon Pi Tau. Wres- tling; Wagner, Norma J.: Hays, B.A., Psych., New- man Club (Sec.), Kappa Delta Sigma (Publicity Chm.) ; Wahlmeier, Roger F.: Clayton, B.S. in Phys. Educ. Walker, Denzil D.: McCracken, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEC; Walker, Susan J.: Weskan, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi; Waller, William L.: Stockton, B.S., Math; Walter, Nellie L.: Dodge City, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi (Keeper of the Archives), Homo Econ. Chapter; Walters, C. Janet: Hays, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta (Hist., V-Pres.), Newman Club (Treas., Social Chm.), SCEC, WLO, Furlough Queen Candidate. Walters, Kathleen A.: Hays, B.A., Eng., Lambda lota Tau (V-Pres.), Leader (Society Ed.), Reveille (Ed.), Newman Club (Publicity Chm.), SNEA; Ward, Linda L.: Bellville, B.S. in Home Econ.; Ward, Nancy A.: Leesville, La., B.A., History, Nurses Club, WRA, Tigers Roar, SK, Panhellenic (Treas.), History Club, ASC, SNEA, Alpha Lambda Delta (Pres.), Best Dressed Coed, Reveille Queen, Phi Kappa Phi; Ward, Naomi H.: Winona, B.S. in Bus.; Ward, Vic- tor H.: Belleville, B.S. in Art. Wasinger, Richard L.: Garden City, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Newman Club; Watson, Elizabeth A : Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA, Orchesis: Watson, Warren W.: Hays, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEC. Foot- ball, Intramurals; Webring, Gary L.: Stafford, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep; Weers, Diane M.: Seward, B.S. in Bus., WRA, Newman Club. Weigel, Leo K.: Oakley, B.S., Math, Tigers Roar (Pres.), AKL (Pledge Educ.); Weissenfluh, Henry S.: Sublette, B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Wells, Richard L. Hutchinson. B.S., Bio.; Wernet, Sally L.: Burrton, B.S. in Bus., CYD (Treas.); Werth, Agnes C.: Hays, B.S. in Elem. Educ., Tri Sig, Newman Club, SNEA. West, Gary L.: Dighton, B.A., Pol. Sci; Westerman, Edward L.: Lorraine, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Concert Choir; Wheeler, Shirley I.: Kalvesta, B.S. in EJem. Educ.; Whittecar, Donald G.: Hays, B.S. in Art, Delta Sig, ASC; Wiehl, Connie S.: Smith Center, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA. 244 Seniors Wie-Zvo Wiehl, Dwight A.: Smith Center, B.S. In Bus., Alpha Kapoa Psi (Public Relations) ' Wiens, Karen J.: Hutch- inson, B.S. in Elem. Educ., SNEA; Wilburn, Robert E.: Atchison, B.S. in Phys. Educ., K-Club, PEMC, Gymnastics; Willhaus, Rose M.: Lyons, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA; Williams, Jerry E.: Alexander, B.S. in Art. Williams, Jimmie L.: Phillipsburg, B.S. in Art; Wilson, Darlene: Hays. B.S. in Elem. Educ.; Wilson, Wanda B.: Ford, B.S. in Elem Educ.; Wiltshire, William R.: Pratt. B.A., History, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi; Windholz, Brian J.: Hays, B.S. in Bus, Newman Club, Leader (News Ed., Managing Ed.). Wolfe, Lillian R.: Dodge City, B.S. in Art, Tri Sig, Phi Kappa Phi, Tigers Roar, SNEA, Who ' s Who; Wondra, Stephen A.: Burdett, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Kappa Psi (Trees.), Sig Ep, Newman Club: Woods, Lenna L.: Lebanon, B.S. in Home Econ., SNEA, Home Econ. Chapter (Sec.); Woolen, Doral G.: Hugoton, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; Yates, Andrea G.: Laramie, Wyo., B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta. Yeager, Donald V.: Tescott, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Intra- murals (Softball, Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Track), Sig Tau, Ind. Arts Club; Young, Robert K.: Hays, B.S. in Bus., B.A., Econ., Phi Sig (Pres.); Zieg- ler, Jo Eva: WaKeeney, B.S., Gen. Sci. ; Ziegler, Richard D.: Collyer, B.S. in Agric., Newman Club; Zier, James A.: Lincoln, B.S. in Agric., Delta Tau Alpha, Fort Hays Gun Club, Soil Conservation Serv- ice. Zimmerman, Janice L.: Arlington, Vt., B.S. in Bus.; Zimmerman, Virginia A.: Jetmore, B.S. in Art, Phi Kappa Phi, Asst. Photo Lab Technician: Zohner, Carl J.: Penokee, B.S. in Agric.: Zvolanek, Phillip J.: Bogue, B.S. in Bus. Many seniors were " dog-tired " as a result of cramming for final examinations. Jerry Hanson took a break from his stud- ies, but Toby continued the scholarly work his master had left undone. 245 Underclassmen Abb-And Abbey, Thayne E., Dodge City |unior; Abbott, Al S., Pratt junior; Abendshien, Dale L., Turon freshman; Abendshien, Kenneth P., Turon junior; Abies, Tracy A., Maple Hill junior. Adams, Duane S., Shields freshman; Adams, Joseph J., At- wood sophomore; Adams, Linda J., Lyons freshman; Adams, Steven W., Oberh’n freshman; Adamson, Elaine S., Salina sophomore. Adamson, Thomas C., Lincoln sophomore; Adkins, Lynn L., Glasco freshman; Agin, James E., Salina junior; Agnew, Josephine C., Hays junior; Akings, Lillian M., Russell fresh- man. Albers, Albert L., Ransom junior; Albers, Donnie E., Grinnell sophomore; Albers, Linda S. t Ransom freshman; Albert, Pamela J., Salina sophomore; Alden, Nanette, Smith Center sophomore. Alexander, Birdie L., Coldwater junior; Alexander, Nancy J., Copeland freshman; Alford, Michael, Hays freshman; Allen, Dennis E., Scott City sophomore; Allen, Glen D., Plainville sophomore. Allen, James N., Ellis sophomore; Allen, John D., Plainville freshman; Allen, Kenneth W., Lebanon sophomore; Alloway, Sharon K., Ellis junior; Allphin, Carl E., Dighton freshman. Altenbaumer, Linda D., Chase sophomore; Amerine, Clyde, Great Bend sophomore; Amos, Ronald R., Goodland sopho- more; Anderson, Curtis L., Burdett freshman; Anderson, Dan W., Great Bend junior. Anderson, Karen N., Hays sophomore; Anderson, LaVerna D., Portis freshman; Anderson, Les W., Valley Center sopho- more; Anderson, Melanie R., Hill City freshman: Anderson, Roger L., Hays freshman. Anderson, Wendy L., Manhattan sophomore; Andregg, Patricia I., Hoxie freshman: Andregg, Velma M., Hoxie sopho- more; Andrews, Karen L., Garden City junior; Andrews, Veronica, Atlanta, Ga., sophomore. 246 Underclassmen Ank-Bah Ankenman, Teresa A., Norton sophomore; Annis, Marjorie C., Oakley junior; Anschutz, Gary E., Paradise junior; Anthony, Patricia L., Kensington freshman; Apel, Darryl R., Belpre freshman. Applebee, Monty D., Beloit sophomore; Appleby, Frederick S., Clyde junior; Applegate, George L., Utica junior; Ap- plehans, Allen J., Hays freshman; Arasmith, Rocky, Downs freshman. Archer, James B., Logan junior; Archer, Terry D., Almena sophomore; Archibald, Curtis H., Norton freshman; Arm- brust, Joyce C., Ellsworth freshman; Arndt, Charles R., Hutchinson junior. Arneson, Shirley A., Red Cloud, Neb., sophomore; Arnett, Donald O., Lebanon sophomore; Arnhold, Charlotte M., Russell freshman; Arnhold, Marilynn A., Hays sophomore; Arnhold, Roselyn K., Russell junior. Arnold, Pamela K., Plains freshman; Artz, Kenneth D., Phillips- burg junior; Asbill, Randy E., Otis sophomore; Ashley, Larry A., Selden junior; Ashlock, Thomas F. Sr., Dighton sophomore. Ashlock, Wanita, Dighton sophomore; Ater, Jim L., Topeka sophomore; Athons, David E., Hutchinson junior; Atkisson, Robert S. f Stockton sophomore; Augustine, Gerald F., Lenora junior. Augustine, Richard, Ellis junior; Ault, Connie R., Hays sopho- more; Austin, Norman P., Cawker City sophomore; Avery, Catherine A., Lamed junior; Avery, Rozanne L, Oberlin freshman. Awtrey, Margret A., Russell sophomore; Axthelm, Judith A., Liberal freshman; Ayers, Marvin J., Long Island freshman; Ayers, Pamela E., Wichita junior; Ayres, Brad L, Smith Center sophomore. Ayres, Karen S., Smith Center sophomore; Baalman, Rosanne M., Grinnell freshman; Bagby, Rosemary A., Dodge City junior; Bagnell, Steve A., Sault St. Marie, Mich., freshman; Bahm, Daryl L., Dighton junior. 247 Underclassmen Bai-Bea Baier, Daniel E., Abilene |unior; Bailey, Berny L., Hays fresh- man; Bailey, Carol A., Hays junior; Baily, James D., Wa- Keeney sophomore Bailey, John A., Phillipsburg sophomore. Bailey, Sharroll R., ODerlin freshman; Bainter, Everet L., Jennings sophomore; Bainter, Lyman N., Jennings junior; Balding, Linda J., Russell freshman; Balding, Ronald D., Derby freshman. Baldwin, Marvin R., Zurich Hutchinson freshman; Ball, Ballard, Alva R. ( Ellis junior; more. sophomore; Baldwin, Teresa L., Linn R., McPherson freshman; Ballard, Connie J., Kiowa sopho- Ballard, Keith E., Kiowa freshman; Ballard, Robert A., Stock- ton sophomore; Balthazor, Terrell M., Palco freshman - Bane, Randy P., Rolla junior; Bane, Sandra L., Richfield freshman. Bange, Eddie W., Hoxie junior; Banker, Steven L., Rolla freshman; Barber, M. Celeste, Liberal sophomore: Barclay, Royer C., Lindsborg junior; Barker, Roger L., Salina junior. Barnes, Jesse L., Wichita sophomore; Barnes, Joyce L., Dodge City junior; Barr, Marita J., Hoxie junior; Barron, Rose M., Rush Center sophomore; Bartlett, Wesley L., Hutch- inson junior. Bartkoski, Bob F., Hartman, Colo., sophomore; Barton, Linda K., Great Bend freshman; Barton, Nancy D., Hutchinson freshman; Barton, Valerie L., Russell sophomore; Basgall, James L., Hays sophomore. Basgall, Kay F., Bison sophomore; Bass, Janis K., Jewell sophomore; Batchman, Kathleen A., Ellinwood sophomore; Bates, Richard L., Lenora freshman; Baugher, Anna M., Wa- Keeney sophomore. Baumann, Marlene R., Smith Center sophomore; Beal, Deanna K., Plainville sophomore; Bealby, Steven A., Paradise junior; Bear, Kay, Russell freshman; Bear, Richard E., Waldo sopho- more. 248 Underclassmen Bea-Bef Bearley, Robert L, Oberlin junior; Beasley, Rex G., Hugoton freshman; Beatty, Thomas L., Luray sophomore; Beaty, Diana K., Plains freshman; Beaupeurt, Edward L., Newton freshman. Beclcer, Anita J., Russell freshman; Becker, Barbara D., Wa- Keeney sophomore; Becker, Jackie K., Abilene freshman; Becker, Marilyn J., Downs freshman; Beckley, Beverly L., Scott City junior. Beckley, Glen E., Osborne sophomore; Beckman, Marie E., Hoxio freshman; Beebe, Gwen A., Wichita freshman; Beer, Onalee E., Lamed junior; Beesley, Carla J., Gove freshman. Beesley, Linda A., Gove sophomore; Beezley, George E., Kinsley junior; Befort, Harold F., Antonio junior; Befort, Sandra M., Hays junior; Befort, Sharon L., Hays junior. Among the distinguished visitors to Fort Hays State during along with State Democratic Chairman Norbert Dreiling, the year was Kansas Governor Robert Docking. Gov. Docking, witnessed the FHS-St. Mary of the Plains basketball game. 249 Underclassmen Beg-Bla Begnoche, Francis K., Aurora junior; Belcher, Jerry V., Lewis freshman; Bell, James R., Great Bend freshman; Bell, Rise D., Lebanon freshman; Bellerive, Kathryn A., Stockton sopho- more. Benda, Christine L., Colby junior; Benda, Linda L, Colby freshman; Bendel, Janice L., St. John sophomore; Benedick, Peggy L., Plainville freshman; Benfield, Gary D., Kiowa sophomore. Bennett, David L., WaKeeney junior; Bennett, Joyce C., Hays freshman; Bennett, Terry J., Norton freshman; Bergman, Betty R., Lebanon junior; Bergren, Judith E., Overland Park junior. Berquist, Janice L., Bridgeport sophomore; Berry, Cheryl A., Harper freshman; Berry, David V., Russell sophomore; Berry, Phyllis G., Hutchinson junior; Berry, Richard M., Ransom sophomore. Bettenbrock, Alice L., Holyrood freshman; Bettenbrock, Ann M., Holyrood junior; Beyer, Ellen K., Great Bend sophomore; Bieber, Marcia A., Almena junior; Bieker, James M., Hays freshman. Bieker, Richard L., Ellis sophomore; Biggs, Tonya R., Phillips- burg junior; Biggs, Vivian L., Phillipsburg freshman; Bigham, Jamie S., Luray freshman; Billinger, Linda S., Hays freshman. Billinger, Mary J., Collyer sophomore; Bills, Gary D., Phillips- burg freshman; Bills, Sheila L., Phillipsburg sophomore; Billups, Kenneth R., Hutchinson junior; Binder, Donald D., Hays sophomore. Binder, Ernest J., Hays junior; Bingaman, Conna M., Marion sophomore; Birney, Lorna A., Satanta sophomore; Bisel, Donna L., Ashland freshman; Bittel, Steven G., Hays junior. Bixenman, Pauline C., Levant junior; Black, Cathy J., Gorham freshman; Blackwelder, Kenneth D., Isabel junior; Blackwood, Charles R., Belleville sophomore; Blackwood, DcAnnette, Clyde freshman; Blake, Sandra J., Rozel junior. 250 Underclassmen Bla-Bre Blank, Janice J., Natoma sophomore; Blank, Jerry A., Natoma freshman; Blank, Larry H., Natoma freshman; Blank, Susan G., Grainfield freshman; Blankenship, Vicki L., Lakin fresh- man. Blecha, Stephen V., Woodston junior; Blehm, Marilyn N., Atwood sophomore; Blount, Carolyn E., Coldwater junior; Blount, Richard T., Coldwater junior. Blum, Raymond A., Larned junior; Blundell, Betty L., Satanta freshman; Bobinmyer, James E., Herndon sophomore; Boed- ing, Colleen A., Manhattan sophomore; Boehmer, Stephen W., Bern freshman. Boehner, Stephen J., Glen Elder freshman: Boepple, Dennis R., Ellinwood freshman; Bohm, Arlene M., Athol junior; Boland, Sharleen K., Almena junior; Bollig, Herbert, Ellis freshman. Bollig, Mary S., Hays sophomore; Bollig, Robert J., Hays freshman; Bolt, Barbara I., Goodland sophomore; Bondurant, Gary R., Ness City freshman; Boor, Judy M., Bazine fresh- man. Booth, David T., Osage City sophomore; Booth, Mary Jane, Syracuse freshman; Borger, Ron E., El Dorado sophomore; Borth, Belinda E., Englewood freshman; Bouchey, Carla J., Stockton sophomore. Bowell, Darrel D., Abilene sophomore; Bowles, Dwight D., Atwood freshman; Boyd, Barbara K., ‘Ashland sophomore; Boyd, Nancy J., Wright junior; Brack, Dennis W., Nekoma junior. Braden, John B., Smith Center junior; Bradley, Lynne S., Lawrence sophomore; Bramscher, Kimberly A., Overland Park freshman; Branum, Terri J., Russell freshman; Bratton, Kent M., Dodge City junior. Braun, James L., Victoria junior; Bray, Vivian J., Great Bend junior; Brehm, Gary L., Pratt junior; Bremser, Katherine R., Colby junior; Brening, Elizabeth A., LaCrosse sophoomre. 251 Underclassmen Bre-Bro Brent, Edward E., Alton junior; Brent, Raymond H., Alton treshman; Brenzikofer, Diane M., Phillipsburg junior; Bretton Darrell D., Glade junior; Bretz, Dennis K., Studley sopho- more. Bretz, Gordon L., Lucas freshman; Bretz, Richard F., Wallace freshman; Brien, Mary L., Athol freshman; Briggeman, Sue E., Preston junior; Brin, Larry J. ( Plainville junior. Brinkley, Dwight W., Milford, Iowa, junior; Brock, Robert R., Goodland freshman; Brodbeck, John L., Great Bend junior; Brodbeck, Kathy A., Greaf Bend freshman; Brokenicky, Philip M., Blue Rapids freshman. Brookover, Mary L, Garden City freshman; Brooks, Barbara J., Clayton sophomore; Brooks, Brian W., Healy sophomore; Brooks, Loel A., Hays junior; Brouillette, Brian C., Goodland freshman. Brower, Arnold J., Hutchinson junior; Great Bend freshman; Brown, Gerry W., Brown, Harold M., Abilene sophomore; Ellinwood sophomore. Brown, Alice C., Gorham freshman; Brown, Harry D., Brown, Michael S., Hoisington junior; Brown, Nora F., Prairie View sophomore; Brown, Patricia L., Hays freshman; Brown, Stephen J., Oberlin sophomore; Brown, Stewart A., Gorham sophomore. Crowds gather at Fort Hays State for a variety of reasons in queen celebrate at the dance on her big night. Another in- the course of a school year. They may help the Homecoming centive for a gathering may be to cheer the Tigers to victory. 252 Underclassmen Bro-Bur Brown, Tommy E., Gorham sophomore; Brown, Virginia L., Lucas freshman; Brownell, Royanne L., Glasco sophomore; Browning, Emma J., Ensign junior; Brubaker, Elizabeth J., Bird City sophomore. Bruin, Dick M., Oakville. Ontario, Canada, sophomore: Brull, Paulette M., Victoria freshman; Brungardt, Sally A., Ellin- wood freshman; Bruning, James N., Phillipsburg freshman; Bryant, David D., Copeland freshman. Buchanan, Beverly J., Hoisington freshman; Buchanan, Douglas B., Little River freshman; Buer, Bruce K., Norway freshman; Bunker, Lynn T., Dorrance freshman; Bunker, Shirley M., Hays sophomore. Bunselmeyer, Leonard F., Hudson sophomore; Burd, Richard R., Concordia, junior; Burdge, Linda S., Long Island sopho- more; Burgardt, Lester J., Hays freshman; Burge, Janet D., Atwood sophomore. Burger, Cheryl K., Sylvan Grove sophomore; Burk, Michael G., Goodland freshman; Burke, Byron T., Kingman freshman; Burke, Larry B., Greensburg sophomore; Burke, Vicki L., Greensburg sophomore. Burkhart, Jerry D., Stockton junior; Burkhead, Leland L., Salina sophomore; Burns, James B., Clayton junior; Burns, Mary A., Ellis freshman: Burrell, Julia L., Arnold junior. Lining the banks of Big Creek, this crowd participates in This group surrounds A L speaker Barry Goldwater, former the AWS Sing-out. Still other crowds welcome guest cele- I.S. Senator and I960 presidential candidate, brities to the campus. 253 Underclassmen Bur-Cas Burrows, Dale V., Otis freshman; Busch, Robert C., Russell junior; Buser, Daniel T., Cawker City freshman; Bushnell, Sheryl S., Phillipsburg junior; Button, Robert D., Rozel fresh- man. Byard, Dennis L., Lyons freshman- Cahoj, Ron L., Stratton, Neb., freshman; Caldwell, Linda L., Portis sophomore; Call, Jack D., Ulysses sophomore; Call, Jerry R., Ulysses sopho- more. Call, Thomas J., Holyrood junior; Callaway, Howard D., Esbon sophomore: Callaway, Pansy B., Protection junior; Callaway, Paula A., Protection freshman; Calnan, Craig A., Ellsworth junior. Calvery, Wayne B., Hays freshman; Camelio, Michael C., Bronx, N.Y., junior; Campbell, Douglas P., Valley Center junior; Campbell, Earleene K., Russell junior; Campbell, Ronald D., Hays sophomore. Capps, Debra D., Phillipsburg freshman; Carl, Lucy J., Cawker City freshman; Carlin, Dan P., Salina freshman; Car- lin, Roger E., Bucklin freshman; Carlon, Cheryl A., Leoti junior. Carlon, Tommy L., Leoti freshman; Carlson, James A., Hays junior; Carlson, Jennie L., Russell junior; Carlson, Robert G., Formoso sophomore; Carlson, Susan J., Salina sophomore. Carmichael, John B., Stockton junior: Carpenter, Charles E., Otis junior; Carper, Phillip M., Jennings junior; Carr, Roger J., Oakley sophomore; Carsten, Cheryl A., Stockton sopho- more. Carswell, Terry R., Selden junior; Carter, Allan N., Jennings freshman; Carter, David L., Jennings freshman; Carter, Dwight F., Russell freshman; Cartlidge, Jerry M., Great Bend freshman. Case, Jon B., Phillipsburg junior; Case, Victor E., Leoti sopho- more; Casey, Karen S., McCracken freshman; Casey, Sarah J., McCracken freshman; Casey, Thomas E., Natoma fresh- man. 254 Underclassmen Cas-Coa Casida, Gloria K., Norton freshman; Cassen, Peter H., Ober- lin junior; Catlin, Sharon S., Liberal sophomore; Cavanaugh, John S., Hutchinson junior; Chaffin, Paul D., Woodston freshman. Chain, James S., Ellinwood sophomore; Chan, David W., Hong Kong sophomore; Chance, Jody A., Liberal freshman; Chancy, Terry F., Delphos sophomore; Chandler, Charles N., Smith Center sophomore. Channell, Albert B., Goodland sophomore; Chappel, Reatha J., Lyons freshman; Chappel, Ronda L., Lyons sophomore; Chastain, Rae A., Hutchinson junior; Cheney, Merrill L., Meade junior. Chesser, Florence F., Salina freshman; Chester, Ronald W., Glade sophomore: Chicl e, Stephen D., Colby freshman; Chilson, E. Anne, Hanston freshman; Chinn, Dennis B., Coats junior. Chittenden, Robert A., Phillipsburg freshman; Chlumslcy, Barbara I., Hays junior; Christensen, Dane E., Phillipsburg sophomore; Christensen, Leona L., Phillipsburg freshman; Christensen, William L., Concordia sophomore. Christian, Mary E., Lindsborg junior; Chronister, Jeanne A., Abilene freshman; Chung, Sung H., Sharon Springs sopho- more; Clark, Catherine L., Osborne sophomore; Clark, Ivan L., Palco sophomore. Clark, Jim D., Norton freshman; Clark, Nelda I., Great Bend junior; Clarke, Kirby J., Great Bend sophomore; Clarke, Rhonda S., Great Bend freshman; Claassen, Damaris P., Medicine Lodge junior. Claudel, Paul E., Hays junior; Cline, Dixie D., Hays fresh- man; Clites, Angela C., Hutchinson junior: Clotfelter, Bonnie M., Ellis freshman; Clotfelter, Cortland Q.: Ellis sophomore. Cloutman, Jackie G., Burdett sophomore; Coady, Janet F., Russell sophomore; Coady, Mary A., Russell junior; Coady, Patricia A., Gorham sophomore; Coash, Ronald J., Ellis sophomore. 255 . . , , which to demonstrate ex- periments. Underclassmen Cot-Coo Coffin, James A., Dodge City sophomore; Coffman, M. Ruth, Minneapolis sophomore; Cohoon, Vicki J., Dodge City sopho- more; Colclazier. John E., Greensburg freshman; Cole, Doug- las L., Great Bend junior. Coleman, Richard M., Rozel freshman; Collier, Henry E., Hays junior; Collier, Laurie L., Hays freshman; Collins, Alvin L., Weskan freshman; Colyer, Linda J., Hays sophomore. Conard, Barbara A., Coolidge sophomore; Condra, Clarence Jr., Scranton sophomore; Conkright, Charles D., Arnold junior; Conley, Eileen F., Leoti freshman; Connor, Karla J., Collyer sophomore. Connor, Katha J., Collyer junior; Conrad, Joan K., Hutchin- son freshman; Conrad, Rand A., Clay Center freshman; Con- verse, Barbara J., Pawnee Rock freshman; Converse, Carole R., Lamed sophomore. Cook, Kenneth J., Hays junior; Cook, Mildred J., Palco fresh- man; Cook, Rodney J., Cherokee, Iowa, sophomore; Cook, Teresa J., St. Francis freshman; Cooley, Virginia A., Saline freshman. Lecture halls on the first and third floors of Albertsoi are meeting places for large classes in required subjects. These amphitheaters are especially useful for science classes 256 Underclassmen Coo-Dal Cooper, Cynthia L., Lucas freshman; Cooper, Re G., Hoxie junior; Coover, Kenneth W., Kinsley junior; Cope, Jane E„ Salina freshman; Cope, Nancy L, Salina freshman. Corder, Craig D., Selden junior; Corder, Joseph R., Selden sophomore; Corn, M. Lynn, Lawrence sophomore; Cornett, Joyce J., Colby sophomore; Corry, Beth A., Great Bend junior. Costello, William C., Shawnee Mission sophomore; Coursen, John D., Manhattan junior; Couture, Edith M., Palco fresh- man; Covey, Donna L., Satanta junior; Covey, Ga ry V., Satanta junior. Cowan, Eloise A., Clyde junior; Cox, J. Paul, Dodge City junior; Cox, Larry G., Gove junior; Cox, Linda L., Lincoln freshman; Cox, Linda S., Ellis freshman. Cox, Phyllis A., Palco freshman; Cox, Roseann E., Long Island sophomore; Craig, Donald L., Bazine junior; Cramer, Ronnie L., Almena junior; Crane, Don A., Atwood junior. Cranston, Steve C., Ness City junior; Crawford, Peggy L., Healy junior; Creathbaum, David M., Liberal sophomore; Cress, Donald C., Council Grove junior; Cripe, Leslie E., Garden City junior. Crist, Carole J., Quinter junior; Criswell, Janice G., Hill City junior; Critchfield, Stephen N., Hill City sophomore; Croft, Bruce M., Mulvane freshman; Croft, Linda C., Mulvane sophomore. Cropp, Hazel M., Alva freshman; Cross, Janet L., Sylvan Grove freshman; Cross, John E., Pratt junior; Crow, Janet K., Hays freshman; Cummins, Cindy L., Haven freshman. Cussen, Kathleen A., Plainville freshman; Cuthbertson, David C., Norton freshman; Dailey, John L., Garden City sopho- more; Daily, Debra A., Ellis sophomore; Dale, Owen E„ Hays junior. 257 Underclassmen Dan-Des Daniel, Linda B. f Great Bend sophomore; Daniels, Cindy L., Larned iunior; Daniels, Craig A., Larned sophomore; Daniels, Judith K., Ellsworth freshman; Daniels, Patricia A., Haigler, Neb., junior. Darnell, Brenda, Boque freshman; Darr, Dana A., Great Bend freshman; David, Nancy M., Lenora sophomore; Davidson, Lynann J., Claflin junior; Davidson, Tom D., LaCrosse junior. Davis, Alberta M., Kinsley freshman Davis, Sheila A., Hays freshman; Dawson, Joe L., Norcatur sophomore; Day, Leonard C., Ellis freshman; Day, Roberta A., Lenora freshman. Deal, Terry D., Lyons sophomore; Dean, Jerry L., Glen Elder freshman; Dean, Jill S., McCook, Neb., freshman; Dearden, Janet E., Scott City junior; Debauche, Jane A., Phillipsburg freshman. .Debes, Fredrick D., Great Bend sophomore; Debes, Robert L., Claflin sophomore; DeBey, Gary G., Cawker City junior; DeBolt, Buford E., Downs freshman; Dedrickson, Gordon R., Clay Center, Neb., sophomore. Deeds, Robert J., Montezuma sophomore; Deen, Robert A., Brandon, Fla., junior; Degenhart, Howard F., Hays junior; DeHaven, Denny L., Great Bend sophomore; DeHaven, Everett D., Solomon sophomore. DeHaven, Martha L., Hoisington junior; Deines, Bonnie, Collyer sophomore; Deines, Dan $., WaKeeney junior; Deines, Kelly B., WaKeeney freshman; Deines, William E., WaKeeney freshman. Dell, Paula K., Colby freshman; Dellinger, Robert J., Dodge City junior; Del Vecchio, Sandra D., Loveland, Ohio, fresh- man; Denison, Sally A., Hays sophomore; Denning, Maxine F., Ellis sophomore. Dennis, Danny E., Great Bend freshman; Denny, Karla S., Atwood junior; DePiesse, Larry J., Great Bend freshman; Depperschmidt, Gloria J., Park sophomore; Desmarteau, Richard A., Stockton sophomore. 258 Underclassmen Det-Dre Dettmer, Craig L., Agra freshman; Dewees, Martha Ann, Kansas City sophomore; Dewey, Carolyn J., Great Bend sophomore; Dexter, Kraig W., Leoti sophomore; Dexter, Kris K., Leoti sophomore. Dey, Robert H., Olathe junior; Deyoe, Sheryl S., Jetmore freshman; Dibble, Marsha J., Alton freshman; Dibble, Max L., Woodston sophomore; Dible, David J., Rexford junior. Dible, Deresa J., Rexford freshman; Dick, Dona L., Garden City sophomore; Dickerson, Crystal K., Pratt junior; Dierber- ger, Sam L., Beatrice, Neb., freshman; Diers, Leon A., Cawlcer City freshman. Dietz, Carol A., WaKeeney freshman; Dietz, Raydene G., Collyer sophomore; Dietz, Richard, Lebanon junior; Dietz, Vicki L., WaKeeney junior; Dinkel, Carol J., Ellis junior. Dinkel, Gerald J., Victoria freshman; Dinkel, Patricia A., Victoria junior; Dinkel, William P., Victoria freshman; Ditus, Douglas L., Burdett junior; Ditus, Gregory S., Burdett sopho- more. Ditus, Sharon K., Burdett freshman; Divel, Larry R., Jewell junior; Dixon, Brenda I., Great Bend freshman; Dixon, Nancy J., Great Bend sophomore; Doerschlag, John W., Dighton freshman. Dolechek, Mary L., Claflin freshman; Donahey, Daryl L., Logan freshman; Donahey, Terry R., Logan sophomore; Donart, Jolene K., Lamar, Colo, junior; Donart, Marilyn S., Lamar, Colo, junior. Douthit, Joyce M., St. Francis sophomore; Dowell, Peggy, Haviland freshman; Doxon, Cynthia K., Gove sophomore; Dragoo, Doris A., Hays sophomore; Drake, Larry K., Larned sophomore. Drees, Mary A., Hays freshman; Dreiling, Carol J., Ellis junior; Dreiling, Diane, Hays sophomore; Dreiling, Eugene A., Shawnee Mission freshman; Dreiling, John M., Hays freshman. 259 Underclassmen Dre-EII Dreiling, Linda S., Hays freshman; Dreiling, Rene F., Victoria freshman; Driscoll, Joyce L., Russell junior; Drosselmeyer, Wesley L., Derby junior; Dryden, Elizabeth R., Phillipsburg sophomore. Duell, Clarence D., Ruleton freshman; Duell, Dorothy A., Ruleton junior; Dugan, John E., Dodge City junior ' Dumler, Dennis W., Russell sophomore; Dumler, Joanne, Russell junior. Duncan, Susan G., St. John sophomore; Duncan, W. R., Dighton junior; Dunekaclc, Larry D., Great Bend freshman; Dunn, Gary A., Plains freshman; Dunning, Earl L., Hill City junior. Durall, Carolyn K., Raymond freshman; Duryee, Donald D., WaKeeney freshman; Dusin, Karl P., Phillipsburg freshman; Dyche, Eldonna L., Pratt junior; Dyck, James E., Syracuse freshman. Earle, William M., Beloit junior; Eaton, Robb W., Fowler sophomore; Eberhart, Marva S., Great Bend sophomore; Echard, Dennis W., Yates Center junior; Echer, Steven J., Lucas freshman. Eck, John P., Sharon sophomore; Eckert, Michael E., Great Bend freshman; Edgington, Wilbur L., Ulysses junior; Edmond- son, Nancy S., Washington, D.C., sophomore; Edwards, Mary A., Wellington freshman. Ehmke, Clifford D., Healy junior; Ehrlich, Carol E., Russell freshman; Ehrlich, Jeffery P., Dodge City freshman; Ehrlich, Judy L, Dodge City junior; Ehrlich, Randolph A., Bunker Hill freshman. Eichman, James F., Zurich freshman; Eichman, Raymon L., Liberal freshman; Eictmann, Sfeve R.. Chester, Neb., fresh- man; Eilers, Gloria J., Larned junior; Eilert, Stanley R., Harlan sophomore. Elder, Grady F., Saline freshman; Elder, Phillip L., Beloit junior; Elder, Sharon E., Norton junior; Elliott, Charles H., Edsor freshman - Elliott, D. Allen, Hill City freshman. 260 Two of the favorite Tiger mascots, Prometheus and little Eric Parker, seem to be undisturbed by the action on the football field. Pro belongs to the Sigma Chi fraternity and Eric is the son of Dave Parker, graduate assistant football coach at FHS. 26 1 Underclassmen Ell-Fer Elliot, Dwight E., Paradise freshman; Elliott, Vicki L., Paradise junior; Elmore, Eldon L, Rozel freshman; Elniff, Marlene K., Randall junior; Elniff, Ronald D., Randall freshman. Emmert, Larry L., Russell sophomore; Emory, Lena M., Overland Park sophomore; Eneff, Darrell L., Pratt junior; Enfield, Sally J., Hutchinson junior. Engel, John E., Liberal junior; Engelland, Kathy, Sterling freshman; Engler, Bill, Satanta junior; Engstrand, Madesta M., Ellis freshman; Erbert, Terry E., Zurich freshman. Erickson, Charles L., Offerle freshman; Ernst, Dennis D., Enter- prise junior; Ernst, Phyllis J., Enterprise freshman; Erway, Lyle D., Larned freshman; Eschbaugh, Gretchen L, Wilson fresh- man. Esfeld, Jane F., Great Bend freshman; Essmiller, Barbara A., Great Bend sophomore; Estes, Michael L., Bucklin freshman; Eswein, Larry, Hutchinson junior; Eubank, Charles D., Coats junior. Evans, Diane K., Hays freshman; Evans, Kay E., Gove fresh- man; Evans, Linda O., Plainville freshman; Evans, Marsha L., Rose Hill junior; Evans, William L., Plainville freshman. Everett, Frances E., Scott City junior; Fabrizius, Michelin L., Minneapolis freshman; Fagan, Raymond D., Hays freshman; Farahnak, Parirz V., Tehran freshman; Farney, Thomas E., Kiowa sophomore. Farr, Jane J., Great Bend freshman; Faulkner, Katheryn F., Hays sophomore; Faurot, Robert A., Sublette sophomore; Fawcett, Janet L., Kismet freshman; Fehrenbacher, Lonnie H., Kinsley freshman. Fehrman, Victoria E., St. Francis freshman; Feist, Mary A., Claflin sophomore; Fellers, Shauna K., Bogue freshman; Ferguson, Vearl F., Abilene junior; Ferguson, Virginia L., Phillipsburg freshman. 262 Underclassmen Fer-Fri Ferland, Janet M., Zurich freshman; Fick, John W., Abilene freshman; Fielder, Ronald S., Belleville freshman; File, Daniel J., Beloit sophomore; Fink, Donalea J., Downs sophomore. Finkenbinder, J., Waldo freshman; Finney, Marsha E., Garden City junior; Fischer, Kenneth R., Pratt junior; Fischer, Wil- liam H., Tescott freshman; Fisher, Kathryn A., Smith Center junior. Fisher, Richard P., Cimarron freshman; Fisher, Rolland D., Norton sophomore; Fixsen, Dennis L., Goodland junior; Flagler Charlene L., Quinter junior; Flagler, Deborah J., WaKeeney freshman. Flagler, Marcia, WaKeeney sophomore; Flaherty, Stephen L., Lincoln junior; Flakus, Mary A., Ellinwood freshman; Flax, Mary E., Oakley freshman; Font, Javier J., Valencia, Vene- zuela, freshman. Folmnsbee, Christine L, Great Bend freshman; Forell, Patricia K., Lenora freshman; Forney, Eldene, Bunker Hill junior; Forristal, David, Salina junior; Forsberg, Roger E., Assaria junior. Fort, Cheryl K., Ulysses freshman; Fought, Donald G., Norton junior; Fox, David G., Burdett sophomore; Fox, Steve L., Ulysses junior; Fox, Trudy D., St. John freshman. Frack, Sharis L., Ingalls sophomore; Francis, D. Clifton, Ellinwood junior; Franke, Thomas J., Herndon junior; Frazier, Joe A., Hill City sophomore; Freeborn, Kathryn G., Smith Center junior. Freitag, Lila J., Hays sophomore; French, Leslie C., Great Bend freshman; French, W. Yvonne, Great Bend freshman; Frick, James R., Ludell junior; Friederich, Randall D., Green freshman. Friedly, Douglas D., Beaver freshman; Friesen, Susan E., Colby freshman; Frigon, Harvey L., Clay Center sophomore; Frisbie, Glenda M., Medicine Lodge freshman; Fritz, Theodore R., Grinnell freshman. 263 Underclassmen Fri-Gie Fritzemeier, Maurice G., Stafford freshman; Frydendall, Larry M., Portis sophomore; Frye, Dianna L., Kanorado sopho- more; Fuller, Jeffry L., Leavenworth freshman; Fuller, Ray- mond T., Wichita freshman. Fulwider, LeAnne L., Brewster freshman; Funk, Victoria R., Russell junior; Fyler, Elizabeth A., Larned freshman; Gabel, Dale L., Ness City sophomore; Gardner, Jack D., Lewisville, Texas, junior. Gardner, Linda L., Smith Center sophomore; Gardner, M. Elaine, Salina freshman; Garetson, Chloe, R. ( Copeland jun- ior; Garetson, Debra S., Copeland freshman; Garetson, Jerra L., Copeland sophomore. Garetson, Jesse J., Copeland junior; Garrett, Doyle W., WaKeeney junior; Garrett, Larry E., St. Francis freshman; Garver, Meredith J., Phillipsburg freshman; Gaschler, Dennis C., Ness City freshman. Gaschler, Janet S., Hays junior; Gaskell, Mike L., Muscotah freshman; Gassner, Carolyn S., Hays sophomore; Gaul, Cynthia D., Glen Elder freshman; Geering, Ruth E., Hunter junior. Geist, Lois A., Hays freshman; Geist, Mary Lou, Hays fresh- man; Gengler, Kathleen S., Beloit freshman; Gerber, Larry J., Fowler sophomore; Gerberding, Bonnie M., Anthony sophomore. Gerhardt, Paul F., Victoria freshman; Germany, Walter C., Palco junior; Gerstner, Richard J., Victoria freshman; Gesink, Sheryl I., Hays freshman; Getty, Allen S., Phillipsburg junior. Getty, Suzanne K„ St. Francis freshman; Geyer, Merle G., WaKeeney sophomore; Gibeau, Carolyn R., Logan sopho- more; Gibson, Connie V., Trousdale freshman; Gideon, Terry G., Wichita freshman. Gieber, Lana J., Linn junior; Gieber, P. Terry, Linn sopho- more; Giebler, Marlene M., Hays sophomore; Giebler, Sharon A., Hays freshman; Gienger, Gwyn A., St. Francis freshman. 264 Underclassmen Gie-Goo Glese, Barbara A., Bakersfield, Calif., freshman; Gilbert, Clarence (Butch), Plainville junior; Gilbert, Doris L., Gem sophomore; Gilbert, Norland J., Lebanon junior; Gilbreath, Cynthia H., Russell sophomore. Gilbreath, Ronald D., Salina sophomore; Gilchrist, R., Cold- water junior; Giles, Pamela M., Great Bend junior; Giles, Vicki L., Hopewell junior; Gilg, Carol S., Smith Center junior. Gillott, Patricia A., Smith Center freshman; Gilmore, Julia L, Sterling freshman; Gingraux, Daniel M., Derby sopho- more; Ginther Jane M., Atwood sophomore; Glantz, June L, Hays junior. Glatt, Boni M. t Bismarck, N.D., junior; Gleason, Darryl W., St. John sophomore; Gleason, Gregory J., Kinsley sopho- more; Glicic, Steven F., Overland Park freshman; Gnuse, Sharon K., Hutchinson junior. Gobin, Sharolyn K., Derby freshman; Goddard, Ricky, Peno- kee freshman; Goddard, Terrie L., Stockton junior; Goetz, Becky A., LaCrosse junior; Goetz, Thomas L., Victoria fresh- man. Goetz, Twila M., Park sophomore; Goings, Maridell l M Good- land junior; Goldstein, Eddy S., Shawnee Mission freshman; Goodpaster, Bonnie S., Salina freshman; Goodrow, Janet K., Morland freshman. Destruction oftentimes precedes progress and, while the Lewis Field apartments become homes of the past, Fort Hays State College continues to improve and expand with such innova- tions as the remodeling of Custer Hall, women ' s residence hall. 265 Underclassmen Goo-Hab Goodwin, Janice L., Belleville freshman; Gordon, Lin H., Hays freshman; Gordon, Michele K., Hoisington sophomore; Gor- don, Phyllis R., Hays freshman; Gore, Mary E., Larned jun- ior. Gottschalk, Timothy E., La Crosse sophomore; Gourley, Glen- da J., Glen Elder freshman; Graber, Stephanie B., Hays junior; Graf, Janice F., Great Bend freshman; Graham, Cathy E., Great Bend freshman. Graham, Sharon I., Quinter freshman; Grandstaff, Kitty J., Salina sophomore; Grant, Linda E., Wichita sophomore; Grauerholz, Jo A., Kensington junior; Graver, Robin E., La- Crosse sophomore. Graves, Patricia A., Lamed junior; Graves, Roger M., Part- ridge freshman; Gray, Alan M., Clyde junior; Gray, Cynthia S., Geneseo junior; Greene, Karen U., Great Bend junior. Greenway, Tom L., Hugoton junior; Gregg, Douglas W., Wallace freshman; Gregg, Judy S., Great Bend sophomore; Greiner, Harold D., Hunter sophomore; Grennan, John P., Jamestown junior. Griese, Joan, Russell junior; Griffin, Janet M., Ellinwood freshman; Griffin, Larry D., Ellinwood junior; Griffith, Clark L., Pratt junior; Griffith, Scott D., Beloit sophomore. Grimsley, Gary C., Salina freshman; Grizzell, Dennis E., Macksville sophomore; Gronewoller, Francis L., Beloit junior; Grover, Peggy A., Hays junior; Grusing, Lavon E., Leoti freshman. Grusing, Linda B., Lakin sophomore; Grunwald, Glen L, Albert freshman; Guthrie, Deborah S., Belleville freshman; Guttery, John A., Alton sophomore; Guyer, Linda S., Os- borne sophomore. Gwinner, Charles C., Ellsworth sophomore; Haage, Deborah A., Phillipsburg sophomore; Haas, Dorothy M., Hays fresh- man; Haas, Judith M., Antonino freshman; Haberman, Maurice J., Great Bend sophomore. 266 Underclassmen Hab-Har Habiger, John K. ( Bushton sophomore, Hachmeister, Bruce M., Codell sophomore; Hachmeister, Laah M., Natoma jun- ior; Hadley, Carole L., Portis freshman; Hafenstine, Icle Faye, WaKeeney freshman. . Haffner, Mary F., Hoxie freshman: Hager, Jeris L., Clayton freshman; Hagerman, Shirley A., Lamed freshman; Haines, Jim M., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, junior: Hake, Jane M.. Tipton freshman. Hake, John M., Norton sophomore; Hake, William J., Plain ville sophomore; Halderman, Barrett G., Long Island sopho- more; Hale, Betty D., Ulysses sophomore; Hall, Annelle J., Garfield sophomore. Hall, Donna M., Plainville freshman; Hall, Mary B., Gar- field freshman; Hallagin, Garry L., McDonald junior; Hall- agin, Jo A., McDonald junior; Hallenbeck, Roger A., Lawrence junior. Hailing, Dale G., Henstorr frjeshman; Hailing, Janice E., Hanston junior; Hamburg, Arlene W., Ogallah junior: Ham- burg, Dale M., Ogallah freshman: Hamel, Sheryl K., Zurich freshman. Hammeke, Charles O., Ellinwood freshman; Hammerschmidt, Bernard L., Hays junior; Hammond, Eric W., Syracuse sopho- more; Hampton, Richard B., Tribune freshman; Hanchett, Dale R., Phillipsburg freshman. Hanken, Larry W., Great Bend junior; Hansen, Sara A., Manhattan sophomore; Hanson, Kent W., Medicine Lodge sophomore; Hanson, Oalga T., Mankato sophomore; Har- baugh, C. Timothy, Russell sophomore. Harbaugh, Cheri Lee, Medicine Lodge sophomore; Harbaugh, Paul A., Kiowa freshman; Harbaugh, Ronald W., Great Bend junior; Harbaugh, Sylvia A., Russell sophomore; Hard- acre, Jane E., Athol freshman. Hardy, Sharon K., Liberal sophomore; Hargrove, Eddie G., Arkansas City junior; Harman, Conrad H., Jennings fresh- man; Harmon, Cynthia K., Logan freshman; Harmon, Richard A., Topeka sophomore. 267 Quiet strolls are helpful in relieving the student ' s mind from the pressures of an academically steeped environment. These students take advantage of one of several locations on the FHS campus that are conducive to peaceful, quiet walks in certain seasons of the year. 268 Underclassmen Har-Hei Harmon, RoAnn M. ( Great Bend junior; Harness, Kathryn M., Kansas City freshman: Harold, Edward G., Weskan junior; Harper, Dixie L., Albert junior; Harper, Sheri L, Mc- Donald freshman. Harrel, Mary K., Burlington, Colo., freshman; Harris, Carol L., Ransom sophomore; Harris, Dennis L., Lawrence sopho- more; Harris, Glen E., Oberlin sophomore; Harris, Jean I., Lyons freshman. Harris, Merle K., Harper freshman; Harris, Michael P., Dodge City sophomore; Harrison, Barbara R., Plainville freshman; Harrison, Jerry L., Beloit junior; Hart, Thomas B., Hays sophomore. Hartsell, Judy K., Stafford sophomore; Haselhorst, Cheryl A., Hays junior; Haskett, Jane E., Phillipsburg freshman; Haslam, Kathleen A., Plainville freshman; Hastings, Steven L., Hans- ton freshman. Hatfield, Roger L., Sublette junior; Havner, Sylvia J., Natoma junior; Hawks, Jerry L., Almena junior; Hayes, Ben- jamin L, Palco junior; Haynes, Charles R., Hays freshman. Haynes, Kenneth S., Lamed freshman; Haynes, Norman D., Great Bend junior; Hays, Susan E., Prairie View sophomore; Hayse, Beth P., Greensburg freshman; Hayse, Frances J., Mullinville sophomore. Hayter, Edwin F., Junction City Lebanon sophomore; Headrick, Heany, Geraldine K., Clayton Atwood junior. junior; Hayward, Linda M., Gary E., Plains freshman; freshman; Heble, Leo D., Heckert, Gloria J., Tribune junior; Heckert, Joyce K., Tri- -bune freshman; Heckman, Jay D., WaKeeney junior; Hedge, Jo Ann, Hoxie sophomore: Hedge, Judy L., Hill City sopho- more. Heier, Edward, Park junior; Heier, Eileen M., Park sopho- more; Heim, William A., Hoxie sophomore; Heiman, Steven E., Mankato freshman; Heinz, Janet S., Fowler freshman. 269 Underclassmen Hei-Hey Heinr, Roger L., Dighton freshman; Heinze, Alvin D., Mc- Pherson freshman; Heinze, Gregory A., Lincoln sophomore; Heinze, Peggy S., Salina freshman; Hejny, Gary D., Otis freshman. Helget, Joyce E., Dighton sophomore; Helin, Daryl Ann, Brewster junior; Helle, Myrna S., Watford City, N.D., sopho- more; Hellerud, Robert K., Goodland freshman; Helm, Janice C., Tribune freshman. Helman, Stephen W., Goodland junior; Helsel, Margene, Pratt junior; Hemp, Mary H., Bogue junior; Hemphill, Ruth A., Vienna, Va., freshman; Henderson, Geraldine R., Norton freshman. Henderson, William F., Hays freshman; Henriclcson, Gordon L., Logan junior; Hennigh, Kathleen A., Ulysses sophomore; Herdt, Wesley D., Monument freshman; Herl, Gerald L., Hays sophomore. Herl, Lana L., Plainville sophomore; Herman, Gary Lee, Utica junior; Herman, Mary M., Hays sophomore; Herold, Ron B., Great Bend sophomore; Heroneme, Joyce E., Ellis freshman. Herren, James W., Great Bend sophomore; Herrick, Dorothy A., Phillipsburg freshman; Herrick, Tomalene, Dodge City junior; Herrman, Adam L, Hays sophomore; Herrman, Elaine F., LaCrosse freshman. Herrman, Leo P., LaCrosse freshman; Herrmann, Delores A., Kinsley freshman; Hertel, Brian J., Russell sophomore; Hertel, Wesley R., Hays sophomore; Hess, Priscilla A., Garden City sophomore. Heublein, Larry L., Isabel fr eshman; Hewes, Danny R., Cimar- ron junior; Hewes, Dorothy B., Midland, Tex., sophomore; Hewes, Michael A., Cimarron junior; Hewett, Dana S. Jr., Almena junior. Hewett, Evelyn K., Almena sophomore; Hewett, Karen S., St. Francis junior; Hewins, Nancy M., Wathena junior; Hew- son, Steven R., Larned freshman; Heyen, Connie L., Kinsley freshman. 270 MSf! Underclassmen Hic-Hor Hickman, Darrel L., Ulysses Junior; Hickman, Sharon K., Lucas freshman; Higgins, Cynthia E., St. Marys freshman; Highland, Charlotte A., Beloit Junior; Highland, Emma Lou, Brewster sophomore. Hildebrand, Carmelita M., Paradise Junior; Hildebrand, Ron- da G., Stafford sophomore; Hill, Douglas J., Emporia fresh- man; Hill, Edith M., Hoxie junior; Hill, Kent A., Kiowa Junior. Hill, H. Mark, Newark, Del., sophomore; Hill, Margaret M., Bellaire sophomore; Hill, Venita L., Kiowa junior; Hinck, Barney W., Hutchinson freshman; Hintz, Agnes, Salina Junior. Hintz, Sandra L., Olympia, Wash., junior; Hish, Ronald C., Nickerson freshman; Hitchcock, Holly L., Belleville freshman; Hixenbaugh, Gail W., Beloit sophomore; Hixon, Larry L., Pawnee Rock sophomore. Hladek, Janet K., WaKeeney sophomore; Hlaus, Patricia L, Wilson freshman; Hoar, Reta A., Hill City sophomore; Hoch, Stephen E., Wilson freshman; Hoffman, Cynthia A., Sublette freshman. Hoffman, Ronald J., Hays sophomore; Hoffman, Theresa A., Hays freshman; Hogan, Leland G., Long Island freshman; Holiday, Cynthia J., LaCrosse Junior; Holler, Trudy Ann, Haysville sophomore. Holliday, Paul R., Long Island Junior; Holliman, Patrick K., St. Francis freshman; Holmes, Carol E., Garden City fresh- man; Holmes, Sonja S., Hanston sophomore; Holopirek, Kenneth O., Timken freshman. Holston, Robert L., Salina sophomore; Holzmeister, Sherry A., Hays junior; Hood, Ruth A., Hays Junior; Hooper, J. Curtis, Smith Center Junior; Hooper, Linda G., Bogue freshman. Hoover, Beverly J., Meade Junior; Hopkins, Janet D., Las Vegas, Nev., freshman; Horn, Roger L., Phillipsburg fresh- man; Horner, Andy W., Liberal freshman; Horner, Patsy L., Ellsworth sophomore. 271 Underclassmen Hor-Hur Horning, Rosanne, Ransom freshman; Horyna, Shirley A., Hanston freshman; Hoss, Paula S., Great Bend sophomore; Hoth, Alice A., Holyrood freshman; Houston, Ruthona K., Lincoln freshman. Howard, Dennis K., Goodland freshman; Howard, Douglas K., McDonald freshman; Howard, Gerald W., Kismet junior; Howard, Jesse R., Kismet freshman; Howarter, Patricia A., Dodge City junior. Howell, Beverly A., Larned junior; Howerton, Jack, Pawnee Rock junior; Howgill, Martyn W., Ilford. Essex. England, freshman; Howland. Clelia K., Formoso junior; Hudson, James M., Macksville junior. Hudson, Thomas E., Macksville sophomore; Huebner, Dennis E., Bushton junior; Huffman, Glennis C., Sharon Springs sophomore; Hughes, Mary C., Haysville sophomore; Hum- burg, Stephen R., Hays junior. Humpert, Mary L., Abilene freshman; Hunt, Connie F., Phillipsburg junior; Hunter, Russell R., Greensburg sopho- more; Hupach, George M., Concordia junior; Hurst, Mar- garet A., Albert sophomore. Students interested in vocal harmonizing are invited to join Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America the Hays chapter of the Society for the Preservation and whose members provide entertainment at college functions. 272 Underclassmen Hus-Joh Husa, Ivan Dale, Hutchinson sophomore: Huser, Barbara A., Hays freshman: Huser, Marie E., Hays junior; Husted, Lester G., Liberal sophomore; Husted, Robert P., Miles City, Mont, freshman. Ifland, Carol L., Gaylord freshman; Imm, Jean E., Phillipsburg sophomore; Ingram, Deborah K., Beloit sophomore; Ingram, Roy W., Jennings sophomore: Insley, Ronald L., Hays sopho- more. Insley, Rudi E., Hays freshman; Irby, Roger D., Bogue fresh- man; Irvin, Linda L, McCracken freshman; Irvin, Penny L., McCracken freshman: Isenbart, Naomi F., Englewood fresh- man. Ishii, Grace H., Lihue, Hawaii freshman; Ison, Pam L., Pratt junior; Ives, Robert A., Logan freshman; Jackson, Allan L., Logan sophomore; Jackson, Kenneth E., Norcatur junior. Jackson, Robert J., Norcatur freshman; Jacobs, Janet M., Hays freshman; Jacobs, Judith A., Gorham junior; Jacobs, Mary A., Russell freshman; Jacobs, Sharon S., Hays fresh- man. Jacobs, William Dean, Pfeifer freshman; Jager, Becky M., Manhattan freshman; James, Donald L., Goodland sopho- more; James, Lynda M., Rexford freshman; Janne, Emma, Luray freshman. Jansen, Michael D., Joliet, III. freshman; Jansonius, Julie A., Prairie View freshman; Jeffers, Don A., Russell sophomore; Jenkinson, Susan M., Meade junior; Jennings, David L., Oakley junior. Jensen, Judith M., Gem junior; Jensen, Patricia A., Hays sophomore; Jensen, Sandy K., Atwood junior; Jevons, Deryl D., Wakefield freshman; Jewell, Clinton C., Concordia junior. Jimenei, Juan, Hays sophomore; Jindra, Ruth A., Simpson freshman; Johnson, Barbara A., Hays freshman; Johnson, Fred A., Grainfield freshman; Johnson, Fred J., Lamed freshman; Johnson, Fredrick J., Culver freshman. 273 Underclassmen Joh-Kay Johnson, G. Sue, Plainville freshman; Johnson, Gail L., Dighton freshman; Johnson, Herman R., Sharon Springs sophomore; Johnson, Janis J., Beloit sophomore; Johnson, Jolene, Pratt junior. Johnson, Larry E., Hill City junior; Johnson, Maurice E., Goodland sophomore; Johnson, Michael E., Courtland jun- ior; Johnson, Steven J., McPherson freshman; Johnson, Thomas M., St. John sophomore. Johnston, Elsie J., Stockton freshman; Johnston, Shanann S., Russell freshman; Jones, A. Louise, Gorham junior; Jones, Carolyn L., Johnson freshman; Jones, John W., Kingman freshman. Jones, Mary C., Ellis junior; Jones, Mary R., Formoso junior; Jones, Nora E., Junction City freshman; Jones, Richard M., Edson sophomore; Jones, Richard R., Sterling freshman. Jones, Roslyn A., Sterling junior; Jones, Sharon K., Studley freshman; Jorgensen, Charlotte E., Lincoln junior; Josserand, Michael W., Johnson junior; Joy, Lois M., Hays freshmafi. Joyce, Jill, Ulysses junior; Joyce, Richard M., Ulysses jun- ior; Julian, Erwin L., Holyrood junior; Juno, Elvita A., Otis freshman; Kadel, Roger A., Beloit junior. Kadel, Stephan R., Beloit junior; Kaiser, Paul A., Bushton freshman; Kaiser, Victoria L., McPherson freshman; Kalb, Charlene M., Tescott freshman; Kanaga, Lynette J., Russell freshman. Karban, Kaylene R., Wilson freshman; Karle, Thomas R., Garden City junior; Karlin, Charles A., Hays freshman; Karlin, Patricia J., Hays junior; Kashka, Threse M., Goodland Sophomore. Kastens, Jayne Y., Herndon freshman; Kaster, Gary W., Natoma junior; Kastle, Robert F., Kirwin sophomore; Kats, Barbara A., Long Island sophomore; Kay, D. Douglas, Protec- tion freshman. 274 Underclassmen Kea-Kit Keagy, David L., Derby junior; Keating, Warren J., Great Bend sophomore; Keating, Wylma J., Liberal sophomore; Keegan, Linda D., Hays junior: Keeley, Linda A., Radium junior. Keith, Diana R., Penokee freshman; Keith, Kathy S., Wichita freshman; Keith, Milden D., Hill City sophomore; Keller, Danny A., Russell freshman; Keller, Gene W., Victoria sopho- more. Keller, Jon R., Great Bend sophomore; Keller, Karen L., Oakley sophomore; Keller, Martin W., Bushton freshman; Keller, Mary E., Kinsley freshman; Kelley, Joseph W., Wor- land, Wyo. junior. Kelley, Sandra R., Medicine Lodge sophomore; Kelty, John R., Jr., Jetmore junior- Kemp, Dianne, Winona freshman; Kemp, William J., Winona junior; Kemper, Michael J., Logan sophomore. Kennedy, Carl E., Lebanon junior; Kennedy, Max M., Hoxie junior; Kennedy, Timothy L., Salina freshman; Kennis, Jesse L., Phillipsburg junior; Kenyon, Alan R., Bogue junior. Kepka, Douglas J., Ellsworth sophomore; Kerbs, Terry L, Durham junior; Kern, Linda K., Stockton freshman; Kernohan, Robert J., Zenda junior; Kerr, D. Franklin. Ness City fresh- man. Kerr, Gaylen P., Ness City sophomore; Kerr, Gloria J., Ness City junior; Kessinger, Patricia D., Wichita freshman; Kilbourn, Bonnie J., Garden City junior; Kimble, Katherine E., Ellinwood freshman. Kindler, Linda S., Beloit junior; King, Linda, Lamed fresh- man; King, Rodney S., Clay Center sophomore; Kingen, Patricia G., Keyes, Okla. sophoomre; Kinsey, Janis I., Medi- cine Lodge freshman. Kirby, Alberta M., Larned freshman; Kirk, Gary R., Good- land junior; Kirkman, Joseph D., Great Bend junior; Kite, Floyd E., Great Bend freshman; Kitts, Melvin E., Formoso freshman. 275 Awaiting FHS students at the beginning of each new rollment which presents an aura of confusion as enrollees semester is the tedious, time-consuming process of en- fill out IBM cards, pull class cards and seek out advisers. 276 Underclassmen Kit-Kuh Kitts, Robert D., Formoso junior; Kline, Barbara D., Great Bend junior; Klinzmann, Janet M., Agra freshman; Klinz- mann, Marilla M., Agra freshman; Klitzlce, Sandra N., Ran- som freshman. Klopfenstein, Mike, Lawrence junior; Knight, Linda K., Pratt junior; Knobloch, Jon R., Great Bend freshman; Knoll, Larry G., Victoria sophomore; Knox, Darlene M., Burdett sopho- more. Kobler, Arden L., Hays sophomore; Koch, Elvin R., Great Bend junior; Koch, Marciana H., Great Bend sophomore; Koch, Susan L., Cawker City freshman; Koelling, Donald L., Abilene sophomore. Koerperich, Nick D., Seldon freshman; Koetkemeyer, Judy A., Dorrance sophomore; Kogler, Donna J., Wichita sopho- more; Koljat, Joe H., Hays junior; Koljat, Stephanie J., Salina junior. Kollhoff, Daniel T., Burdett junior; Koochel, Jane M., Albert freshman; Kopke, Monte F., Russell freshman; Koster, Ronald G., Cawker City freshman; Kough, Jeri Dee, Winona fresh- man. Kough, Ronald L., Winona junior; Kough, Sonja K., Winona sophomore; Koulas, Barbara S., Overland Park sophomore; Kraft, Gerald L., WaKeeney junior; Kraft, Mark S., Dur- ham sophomore. Kramer, Louise K., Winchester freshman; Krasny William F., Concordia junior; Kraus, Pamela I., Hays freshman; Kraus, Richard J., Grainfield junior; Krause, Sylvia J., Phillips- burg junior. Krehbiel, Barbara J., Healy junior; Krehbiel, Lawrence S., Healy freshman; Kreitler, Ralph A., Hays junior; Krob, Terry Allan, Liberal sophomore; Kroboth, Frank W., Wilson fresh- man. Kroeger, Irene V., Ellis junior; Krone, Tom A., Beloit fresh- man; Krone, William T., Jr., Minneapolis sophomore; Kuebler, Linda S., Hays sophomore; Kuhlman, Richard A., Smith Center freshman. 277 Underclassman Kuh-Lee Kuhn, Benita M., Ellis sophomore; Kuhn, Carol S., Victoria freshman; Kuhn, Donald Lee, Hays sophomore; Kuiper, Janet K., Prairie View junior; Kulp, Raymond H., Haddam junior. Kurtz, Sheryl M., Alton freshman; Laas, Anita A., Brook- ville sophomore: Laas, L. Kent, Ness City sophomore; Lacy, William J., Norton sophomore; Lahey, Vana J., Satanta sophomore. Laman, Stephen J., Portis junior; Lambert, Donetta S., Kismet sophomore; Lambert, Theresa A., Belleville junior; Landau, Vince W., Dodge City freshman; Landis, Eva M., Courtland freshman. Lane, Pamela A., Lincoln sophomore; Lane, Patricia A., Lincoln freshman; Lane, Penny L., Johnson freshman; Lang, Dennis L., Hays freshman; Lang, Duane J., Ellis freshman. Lang, Lloyd F., Hays junior; Lang, Paul, Hays freshman; Lang, Sametta Ann, Great Bend junior; Langley, Candace A., Larned freshman; Langlois, Gary L., Dodge City junior. Langvardt, Daryl R., Luray sophomore; Lanterman, Stephen E., Safina freshman; Laprade, Doraieen M., Victoria junior; Lariclc, Wayne L., Kensington sophomore; La Rue, Don W., Kirwin junior. LaRue, Linda K., Liberal sophomore; Lashbrook, Lynn, Kansas City sophomore; Laubhaif, Michael M., Russell sophomore; Laverentz, Bernard D., Isabel sophomore; Lawrence, Duane L., Salina sophomore. Lawrence, Joy Sue, Shields sophomore; Lawrence, Paul E., Dighton junior; Lawton, Chad H., Lawrence junior; Lay, Brenda K., Salina freshman; LeClair, Carolyn J., Mankato sophomore. LeClerc, C. Michelle, Lyons sophomore; LeClerc, Jamie L., Lyons freshman; Lee, Dennis, Minneola junior; Lee, Jane F., Liberal freshman; Lee, Robert M., Wichita freshman. 278 Underclassmen Leg-Lor Legere, Rebecca A., Hill City sophomore; Legleiter, M. Lynn, LaCrosse junior; Lehman, Patrick T., Brewster sophomore; Leiker, Cynthia A., Hays freshman; Leiker, Edna, Munjor freshman. Leiker, Linda M., Hays freshman; Leis, Debbie K., Fowler fres hman: Leiter, Robert J., Jr., Hays sophomore: Leitner, Eugene A., Herndon junior; Leitner, Joyce Y., Herndon freshman. Leitner, Marsha K., Atwood freshman; Leitner, Ronald E., Herndon junior; Lemuz, Robert D., Rozel freshman; Lesovsky, Don L., Cuba junior; Lesovsky, Terry K., Cuba junior. Lester, Mary J., Oskaloosa freshman; Letourneau, Charlene C., Aurora junior; Letsch, Judith I., Bunker Hill freshman; Letsch, Sherrill E., Bunker Hill freshman; Lewis, Cindy L., Wichita junior. Lewis, Linda K., Beloit junior; Lewis, Victor G., Moscow freshman; Liggett, Max D., Mullinville freshman; Lindberg, Lajune J., WaKeeney freshman; Lindberg, Nancy J., Great Bend freshman. Linden, Frances L., Colby junior; Lindenman, Doreen L., Morland sophomore; Lindenman, John L., Morland junior; Lindenman, Kathleen J., Morland freshman; Linder, M. Darlene, Langdon junior. Linenberger, Judith, Hays junior; Link, Charles D., Chase sophomore; Linke, Delita M., Great Bend freshman; Lippert, Beverly A., Green freshman; Lippert, James M., Green fresh- man. Lippold, Jerry L., Herndon junior; Litson, Lawrence H., Gove junior; Livengood, Rodney D., Greensburg junior; Locker, Patricia J., Ellis junior; Lockhart, Gloria J., Ells- worth sophomore. Logan, Leon C., Scott City junior; Lohmann, Arleta A., Lincoln sophomore; Loker, Lila M., McDonald sophomore; Lorance, Sheryl A., Almena junior: Lorson, James R., Hope sophomore. 279 Underclassmen Los-McK Losey, Linda L., Oakley junior; Loft, Edward M., Salina fresh- man; Love, Stephen W., Hutchinson junior; LoVette, Arlyn D., Lewis junior; LoVette, Sharon Kay, Lewis junior. Lovin, Vernon F., Hays junior; Loving, Lola K., Pawnee Rock sophomore; Lowdermilk, John C., Glen Elder sophomore; Lowry, Shirley A., Ulysses sophomore; Loyd, Darrell D., Phil- lipsburg sophomore. Lozano, Alma, Great Bend sophomore; Luckey, Diana G., WaKeeney sophomore; Luder, Joyce M., Luray freshman’- ' Lull, Murray D., Smith Center junior; Lusk, Donna R., Tribune junior. Lutz, Lois M. ( Hays freshman; Lynch, Durward D., Hays jun- ior; Lynch, Kay L., Hugoton junior; Lynn, Ronald R., Wa- Keeney sophomore; McAfee, Terry A., Claflin sophomore. McBride, Bonita R., Lewis junior; McBride, Catherine L., Great Bend sophomore; McBride, Steven C., Beverly fresh- man; McCall, Connie J., Kanopolis freshman; McCallum, Brenda M., Great Bend junior. McCants, Lawrence L., Goodland freshman; McCauley, Janelle L. , Zurich freshman; McChristian, Douglas C., LaCrosse jun- ior; McClaren, Susan G., Lewis freshman; McClellan, Linda M. , Zurich freshman. McColm, Nancy C., Bucklin junior; McConnell, Vicki P., Hays freshman; McCord, Jack M., Russell junior: McCormick, Sydney G., Lakin freshman; McCullough, Michael L., Junction City freshman. McDonald, Peggy J., Hays freshman; McDougal, Jeri J., Ludell junior; McDowell, Clayton A., Kirwin freshman; McEI- yea, Tim W., Medicine Lodge freshman; McEwen, John T., Kansas City sophomore. McGowan, Louise M., Salina freshman; McIntosh, Pat J., Oakhill sophomore; McKain, Glendon E., Delphos junior; Mc- Kain, Ruth A., Delphos sophomore; McKinney, Charles R., Dodge City sophomore. 280 Underclassmen McK-Mac McKinney, Sara D., Lincoln freshman; McLain, Lennet R., Satanta freshman; McLaughlin, Arlinda J., Salina junior; McLaughlin, Ken M., Great Bend sophomore; McLeland, David H., Great Bend freshman. McLeland, Joe D., Great Bend junior; McMahan, Jack L., Great Bend sophomore- McMulkin, Betty J., Norton sopho- more; McMullen, Donald J., Norton junior; McNaught, Rich- ard D., Garden City freshman. McNinch, George E., Arnold sophomore; McPhail, Larry D., Salina sophomore; McPhail, Stanley A., Derby freshman; McVey, Charles A., Lakin junior; Machart, Marie E., Oberlin junior. One of Fort Hays State ' s shining stars in the field of athletics in both cross country and track brought him fame as a result in 1968 was John Mason, Phillipsburg junior. Mason ' s prowess of his participation in state, national and international events. 281 Underclassmen Mad-Max Madden, Cynthia A., Liberal sophomore; Magill, Diane L., Scott City Junior; Mai, Sheila K., Phippsburg, Colo., Junior; Mai, Terry A., Russell junior; Major, Linda S., Beloit sopho- more. N ngs, David J., Longmont, Colo., freshman; Malin, Peggy L., Plainville freshman; Malone, Linda J., Macksville Junior; Malone, Suianne, Macksville freshman; Mambaigi, Mohren, Tehran, Persia, sophomore. Mandt, Martin D., Scott City junior; Mangels, Lynn D., Rolla freshman; Manhart, Lawrence E., Grainfield freshman; Manning, L. Susan, Ellinwood freshman; Mans, Leonard A., Sharon sophomore. Marcell, Marilyn K., Palco sophomore; Marchand, Mary Ann, Ellinwood sophomore; Margheim, Mary R., Great Bend junior; Markley, Johnny K., Lincoln junior; Marks, Mary E. t Atwood junior. Marsh, Robert Lee, Jr., Arkansas City junior; Marshall, Janet J., Minneola freshman; Marti, Karen M., Bern junior; Martin, Constance S., Hays freshman; Martin, Elizabeth L., Hays sophomore. Martin, George D., Lamed sophomore; Martin, John A., Zurich sophomore; Martin, Joseph P., Chase sophomore; Ma- son, Charles E., Salina junior; Mason, John A., Phillipsburg junior. Mason, Marietta, Salina junior; Massaglia, Michael J., Hays sophomore; Massaglia, Nancy L., Hays junior; Massey, Deb- orah D., Liberal freshman; Massier, Eugene E., Ellis freshman. Mastin, A. Jolene, Beloit sophomc e Mastin, Jon M., Salina junior; Mathes, Marilyn J., Norton freshman; Matteson, Jane L., Phillipsburg freshman; Mattison, Susan L, Salina freshman. Mauch, Roger D., Casper, Wyo., junior; Maupin, Kathleen S., Natoma freshman; Maupin, Mary L., Natoma freshman; Maxfield, Russell J., Garden City freshman; Maxwell, John R., Smith Center sophomore. 282 Underclassmen May-Mil May, Gary L., Wichita freshman; May, Stanley J., Hastings, Neb., freshman; Mayhew, Linda K., Phillipsburg sophomore; Mayo, Robert R., Garden City junior; Mayo, Stephen B., Plainville sophomore. Mayo, Susan K., Garden City freshman; Meade, John S., East Brunswick, N.J., freshman; Mease, Barbara S., Nashville freshman; Meckel, Vernon E., Hays sophomore; Meckenstock, Dan H., Hays freshman. Meckenstock, Lea A., Hays sophomore; Meek, Milo B., Idana sophomore; Meenen, Dena B., Clifton junior; Meenen, Jan E., Clifton freshman; Mefford, Charles E., Smith Center freshman. Meier, Alvera M. t Menlo freshman; Meier, George H., Nor- ton junior; Meier, Kenneth G., Rozel junior; Meis, Elizabeth J., Jamestown junior; Meisenheimer, Lorena, Haviland fresh- man. Mendenhall, Connie S„ Gove freshman; Mendenhall, David L, Mankato freshman; Menzer, Sharon K., Olmitz freshman; Mermis, Richard A., Hays sophomore; Merrill, Catherine M., Garden City sophomore. Merritt, Marsha L. t Lebanon sophomore; Meschke, Larry J., Garden City sophomore; Meyer, Richard C., Concordia jun- ior; Meyer, Roberta A., Osborne sophomore; Meyer, Vicky L, Big Bow sophomore. Michaelis, Linda M., Russell junior; Michaelis, Sharon M., Utica freshman; Michel, Steven B., Kiowa freshman; Mickey, Charles A., Salina sophomore; Middleton, Linda K., Hill City sophomore. Midgorden, Scott J., Great Bend junior; Miles, Charles E., Ness City freshman; Miles, Rebecca S., Hill City sophomore; Miller, Cherie E., Agra junior; Miller, Coleen R., Albert fresh- man. Miller, Dale G., Salina freshman; Miller, Darrel R., Hanston sophomore; Miller, Deanna D„ Ulysses junior; Miller, Eugene E., Walker freshman ; Miller, Francine, Victoria freshman. 283 Underclassmen Mil-Mor Miller, Gary R., Weskan sophomore; Miller, George E., Mos- cow freshman; Miller, Jerry A., Moscow freshman; Miller, Larry D., Hays junior; Miller, Loretta M„ Collyer freshman. Miller, Marilyn, Russell freshman; Miller, Roberta K., Great Bend freshman; Miller, Stephen D., Albert junior; Miller, Suianne, Russell sophomore; Miller, Viclti L., Liberal freshman. Mill er, Virginia, Lamed junior; Miller, Wanda M., Hays jun- ior; Mills, Martha M., Hays sophomore; Mills, Patty Jo, Belle- ville freshman; Mills, Ricky L., Beloit junior. Milton, Dwight L., Basehor sophomore; Mitchell, Gloria L., Orleans, Neb., sophomore; Mize, Philip B., Turon sophomore; Mock, Janet M., Denver, Colo., junior; Moeder, Leon J., Plainville sophomore. Mohler, Barbara E., Mankato freshman; Mondero, Mary C., Hays freshman; Mondy, Connie J., Kinsley freshman; Mon- geau, Gregory L., Zurich freshman; Monroe, Ronald L., Gen- eseo freshman. Montgomery, Michael W., Greensburg freshman; Moody, David J., Lyons sophomore; Moody, Linda D., Plains fresh- man; Moomaw, Peggy J., Ensign sophomore; Mooney, Mar- garet R., Salina freshman. Moore, Don D., Clyde junior; Moore, Ed, Hays sophomore; Moore, Eldon J., Hays sophomore; Moore, Janice K., Brown- ell freshman; Moore, Orville G., Hays freshman. Moore, Stephen D., Augusta junior; Moran, Leal) R., Plainville freshman; Moran, Pat K., Hays sophomore; Morel, Diane E., Jennings sophomore; Morel, Larry J., Palco freshman. Morford, Ronald G., Hays junior; Morgan, Donna M., Smith Center freshman; Morgan, Judith E., Montezuma junior; Mor- gan, Lyle E., Smith Center junior; Morgan, Rossie J., Hays freshman. 284 Study lor finals as well as day-to-day study often necessitates in the new library are wide enough yet private enough to cooperation between students. Even the private study carrels provide an opportune spot for these coeds to share knowledge. Underclassmen Mor-Mur Morris, Connie M., Hill City sophomore; Morris, John B., Hays sophomore; Morris, Leon D., Colby Junior; Morris, Su- san L., Minneapolis freshman; Morrison, Julie F., Kansas City sophomore. Morton, Mary M., Seward freshman; Morton, Robert Wayne, Larned freshman; Moss, Margaret L, Hollywood. Calif., fresh- man; Mothes, Jim G., Hugoton Junior; Mountford, Dixie L., Smith Center sophomore. Muhlheim, Michael W., Arkansas City freshman; Mulch, Mary Beth, Scott City Junior; Mullender, Vanan W., Waldo fresh- man; Muller, John D., McCracken sophomore; Mullin, Bar- bara A., Great Bend freshman. Mundhenke, James E., Glasco sophomore; Munsch, Harvey F., Hays freshman; Munseli, Eugene V., Healy Junior; Munsell, Rubye A., Healy sophomore; Murphy, Margaret A., Great Bend freshman. 285 Underclassmen Mur-Nol Murphy, Paula S., Hays freshman; Murphy, Robert- L., Hays junior; Murphy, Timothy L., Abilene sophomore; Murray, John V. II, Holyrood freshman; Musselwhite, Patricia l M Hutchinson junior. Mustoe, Barbara S., Rexford junior; Myers, James E., Smith Center junior; Myers, Leonard J., Barnard sophomore; Myers, Stephen D., Barnard freshman; Nagel, Connie B., LaCrosse junior. Nagel, Darrel D., Kanorado sophomore; Nagel, Tamara J. ( Kanorado freshman; Nauer, Paula L., Jennings freshman; Neal, Norbert D., Hoxie freshman; Nebel, Sandra K., Esbon soph- omore. Neese, Wayne A., Ulysses freshman; Neill, Connie D., Clay Center sophomore; Neitxel, Sherry L, St. Francis freshman; Nelson, Barbara A., Derby freshman; Nelson, Cynthia K., Lincoln sophomore. Nelson, Delores E., Glasco sophomore; Nelson, Joel M., Marquette sophomore; Nolson, Kevin R., Salina freshman; Nelson, Opal M., Rush Center freshman; Nelson, Patrick G., Tescott sophomore. Nelson, Ronald C., Tescott sophomore; Nemechek, Margaret A., Gcodland freshman; Nestler, Kerry L., New Cambria freshman; Neuburger, Dawn B., Hutchinson junior; Neuforth, Harold E., Great Bend freshman. Neuman, Betty J., Ellsworth freshman; Neuschafer, Darrel R., Holyrood sophomore; Newberry, Kathy R., Haysville fresh- man; Newell, Arlen L., Hays sophomore; Nichol, Barbara S., Logan sophomore. Nicholas, Wendell R., Johnson junior; Nichols, Mike I., Salina freshman; Nickelson, Sheryl L., Oakley freshman; Niedens, Stanley D., Great Bend sophomore; Nielsen, Sue A., Russell sophomore. Niermeier, Everett N., Ludell sophomore; Niernberger, Gary R., Ellis sophomore; Nokes, Dana D., Great Bend freshman; Nokes, Ray E., Sharon Springs freshman; Nolan, Lynnette, Bird City junior. 286 Underclassmen Nol-Ols Nolan, Steven N., St. Francis junior; Nolan, Susan R., St. Fran- cis sophomore; Noone, Kaylene A., Densmore freshman; Noone, Thomas C., Densmore sophomore; Norden, Elaine M., Kensington freshman. Norris, Jerilynn D., Natoma sophomore; Norris, Joseph M., Coats junior; Northrop, Peggy A., Jetmore freshman; Nor- ton, David A., Abilene junior; Novak, Robert S., East Pater- son, N.J., sophomore. Novotny, Karla J., Luray sophomore; Nowak, John R., Blue Rapids freshman; Nusbaum, Diane M., St. John junior; Nuss, Michael Lee, Hoisington freshman (deceased); Nutsch, Don- ald E., Hill City sophomore. Nutsch, Larry J., Hill City freshman; Oakley, Dixie L., Lakin sophomore; Oberle, Kent R., Claflin sophomore; Oberle, Ste- phen D., Ellinwood freshman; Obermueller, Dale V., Lincoln freshman. Obholz, Marcia A., Hays freshman; O ' Bleness, Gloria J., Scott City junior; Oborny, Mildred J., Timken freshman; O ' Brate, Barbara J., Syracuse freshman; Ochs, Barbara A., Goodland sophomore. Ochs, Darrel L, Hays sophomore; Ochs, John L., Utica jun- ior; Ochs, Owen E., Hoisington freshman; Ochs, Ronald E., Utica freshman; Ochsner, Karen K., St. Francis sophomore. O ' Dell, Linda D., St. John junior; Oden, Barbara Sue, Ster- ling freshman; Oden, James W., Sterling junior: Odle, Diane J., Glen Elder freshman; Odle, Stanley L., Glen Elder junior. O ' Donnell, Christina P., Ellsworth junior; Odum, Richard E., Russell freshman; Offutt, Richard N., Utica freshman; O ' Grady, Robert M., Longmont, Colo., freshman; O ' Hara, Charles E., Salina freshman. O ' Kane, Michael A., Liberal sophomore; Olmsted, Carolyn H., Ellington, Conn., freshman; Olomon, Denise Y., Goodland freshman; Olson, Carolyn S., Russell freshman: Olson, Connie A., Oberlin freshman. Underclassmen Ols-Pes Olson, Richard E., Colby junior; Olson, Richard W., Garfield freshman; Olson, Steve C., Russell junior; Olson, Ture L., Luray freshman; Omlor, Jeannine S., Seward sophomore. O ' Neal, Michael G., Lyons junior; Orchard, Gary R., Kano- rado junior; Osborn, Ronald G., Abilene freshman; Osborne, Marsha R., Hanston junior; Oshant, Sheran R., Hays fresh- man. Oshel, Janice K., Holyrood sophomore; Ostmeyer, Cathlyn A., Grinnell sophomore; Oft, Paula J., Plainville sophomore; Ottaway, Clifton K., Scott City sophomore; Overmiller, Jan- ice C., Smith Center sophomore. Owens, Gary D., Keys, Okla., sophomore; Paget, Kenneth S., Lebanon junior; Pahls, Edwin T., Cawker City freshman; Paint- er, Jeffrey C., Healy sophomore; Palmer, Terence L., Hays sophomore. Panter, Mark L., Athol junior; Panzer, Carol J., Greensburg freshman; Panzer, Nancy L., Ellsworth sophomore; Parish, Steve D., St. John freshman; Parker, Robert D., Peck fresh- man. Parsons, Cynthia L., Hunter sophomore; Parsons, Sydney D., Hugoton sophomore; Pasley, Linda I., Tescott freshman; Patchen, Larry, Jetmore freshman; Patchen, Linda S., Jetmore sophomore. Pearce, Colette, Beeler sophomore; Pearson, Dennis D., Be- loit sophomore; Pearson, James Roe, Salina sophomore; Pear- son, Sheldon W., Simpson junior; Pechanec, Mary A., Timken sophomore. Peck, Douglas A., Goodland junior; Peek, Timothy M., Lex- ington, Mo., junior; Penka, Eugene A., Healy freshman; Pen- nington, Joyce E., Oakley freshman; P$rcival, Stan G., Med- icine Lodge freshman. Perkins, Deedra L., Salina sophomore; Peroli, Jeanette L., Bison freshman; Perry, Shereen S., Dodge City sophomore; Perryman, Melva L., Mullinville junior; Pesicka, Gila A., Otis junior. 288 Students Honor King At Memorial Service After the assassination of Martin Luther King in April, FHS joined with other institutions throughout the country in conducting memorial services in King ' s honor. United Christian Fel- lowship was in charge of the services which in- cluded speeches and music. Established under the slogan " Help a Negro dream survive, " faculty members began a scholarship fund to educate a Negro student from the deep South at FHS. 289 Underclassmen Pet-Pra Peters, Patricia K., Scott City junior; Peters, Terry G., La- Crosse freshman; Peterson, Larry H., Norton freshman; Peter- son, Nancy A., Norton junior; Pettijohn, Sharon M., Stockton freshman. Pettit, Shryll B., Bird City junior; Petty, John S., WaKeeney freshman; Pfanenstiel, David L., Leoti sophomore; Pfannen- stiel, Cora A., Hays sophomore; Pfannenstiel, Gerald J., Hays sophomore. Pfannenstiel, Mary K., Hays junior; Pfannenstiel, Merle L., Hays sophomore; Pfannenstiel, Ronald L., Hays freshman; Pfeifer, Carol A., Hays freshman; Pfeifer, Linda E., Hoxie junior. Pfeifer, Madonna J., Bogue freshman; Pfeifer, Rosalie R., Garden City sophomore; Pfenninger, Ronald R., Rozel fresh- man; Phelan, Patrick J., Holyrood sophomore; Philip, Kaylynn L., Hays sophomore. Phillips, Gary L„ Kinsley junior; Phillips, Lee A., Liberal soph- omore; Phye, Fred R., Coats junior; Phye, Linda M., Coats freshman; Pickering, Carlene K., WaKeeney freshman. Pike, Janet l„ Ashland junior; Pirott, Eileen K., Cawker City freshman; Pirotte, Steven J., Cawker City freshman; Pishny, Lon E., Waterville freshman; Pixlerj Edwin E., Smith Center freshman. Plante, William R., Plainville freshman; Pollnow, Rita K., Ober- lin sophomore; Poison, Larry D., Rozel freshman; Poore, Jim W., McDonald freshman; Poppe, Arthur Lee, Norton freshman. Poppen, Linda R., Downs sophomore; Portenier, Cheryl K., Glasco freshman; Porter, Jeffrey D., Ulysses freshman; Porter, John D., Glen Elder sophomore; Porter, Steven M., Hugoton junior. Porter, Troy L., Atwood sophomore; Post, ville sophomore; Potter, Joe P., Great Potts, Teresa A., Haysville freshman; Pratt, City junior. Cecelia A., Plain- Bend sophomore; Frederick W., Hill 290 Underclassmen Pra-Red Pravia, Augusto A., Puerto Armuelles, Panama, freshman; Preedy, Carolyn L., Satanta junior: Price, Gregory L, Osborne junior; Price, Kathleen C., Garfield junior; Prochaslca, Linda L., Beloit sophomore. Prosser, Elaine J., Claflin junior; Pruitt, Douglas S., Lincoln freshman; Pruner, Barry L., Ellinwood freshman; Pruter, Penny S., Natoma sophomore; Ptacek, Elizabeth K., Wilson sopho- more. Pullin, Barbara L., Great Bend sophomore; Purinton, Charles M., Collyer sophomore; Purinton, Ronald M., Collyer fresh- man; Quint, Ronald L., Hill City freshman; Quint, Shirley A., Hill City junior. Rabas, Gary C., Luray sophomore; Rabenseifner, Elaine L., Olmitz junior; Raburn, Geanene R., Oberlin junior; Rader, Shirley K., Hays freshman; Radke, Cynthia K., Russell fresh- man. Rafferty, Curtis M., Mankato junior; Rahimian, Nasser, Teh- ran, Iran, junior; Railsback, Thomas C., Oberlin junior; Ram- sey, Jerry B., Colby sophomore; Randels, Luana J., Pratt jun- ior. Randle, Randy A., Rolla junior; Rash, Leroy C., Albany, Ore., junior; Rasmussen, Rita B., Grand Island, Neb., junior; Ras- sette, Linda K., Russell freshman; Rathbun, Carla J., Hays junior. Rathbun, Delwin J., Lincoln junior; Rathbun, Linda J., Hays junior; Rathgeber, Keith M., Kiowa freshman; Rauscher, Su- san D., Edson sophomore; Rawson, Robert F., Marquette fr eshman. Ray, Deborah L., Sterling freshman: Ray, Linda K., Dodge City junior; Rayburn, Ella Sue, Shawnee Mission sophomore; Raynes, Clinton A., Great Bend junior; Razak, Paula R., Coll- yer freshman. Ream, Ronald G., Great Bend junior; Reardon, Kathleen S., Hugoton freshman; Rebein, Jerry R., Dodge City junior; Redd, Cheryl A., St. John junior; Redd, Judith M., St. John freshman. 291 Underclassmen Red-Rob Redger, S. Louise, Ashland sophomore; Redger, Janis K., Carlton freshman; Reed, Robert J., Portis junior; Reedy, Thomas A., Norton sophomore; Regas, James P., North Platte, Neb., junior. Regnier, Robert H., Hays freshman; Reha, Marie O., Timken freshman; Reid, Donna M., Downs freshman; Reid, Jerold W., Downs sophomore; Reif, Susan J., Hoisington sophomore. Reinert, Dennis R., Esbon junior; Reinert, Michael J., Tipton freshman; Rempe, Francis L., Plainville sophomore; Rempe, Walter E., Plainville freshman; Rhoden, Kenneth K., Liberal junior. Rice, Barbara J., Pawnee Rock freshman; Rice, H. Jane, Hays freshman; Richards, William J., Sterling freshman; Richard- son, Leslie J., Hays freshman; Rickard, Georgia A., Medicine Lodge sophomore. Ricke, Leon R., Spivey junior; Rider, Kristina A., Ulysses fresh- man; Ridler, Gladys A., Hays freshman; Riebel, Dennis D., Minneola sophomore; Riedel, Robert E., Hays sophomore. Riedel, William J., Hays junior; Riedy, Gary V., Hope fresh- man; Riekenberg, John M. t Sylvan Grove junior; Riemann, Leland J., Norton junior; Rietcheck, Roger L., Oakley sopho- more. Riffel, Cynthia E., Stockton freshman; Rifford, Deborah L., Hays freshman; Ringle, Carla J., Wichita sophomore; Ringler, Glenn P., Sylvan Grove sophomore; Risley, Robert W., Ster- ling freshman. Ritter, Beverely J., Norcatur sophomore; Rixon, Kent W., St. John junior; Robben, Larry F., Oakley junior; Robben, Steve C., Walker freshman; Robben, Susan C., Hays junior. Roberts, Anita J., Gove freshman; Roberts, Carl M., Shields freshman; Roberts, Dwight F., Damar sophomore; Roberts, Gregory J., Plevna junior; Roberts, Kathy L., Plains freshman. 292 Class attendance at FHS follows the same motto as mail de- livery. " Neither rain, nor snow, etc., " not even the coldest day of all, will keep the student from his classes. Of course, there is one exception — a notice from the campus doctor prescrib ing bed rest. Underclassmen Rob-Rog Roberts, Robin R., Englewood freshman; Roberts, Sandra J., Fowler freshman; Robertson, Larry E., Oberlin junior; Robin- son, David H., Hays junior; Robinson, Donna L., Liberal fresh- man. Robinson, Gregory J., Hays freshman; Robinson, June A., Hays sophomore: Robinson, Nancy J., Cawker City soph- omore; Robinson, Peggy R., Dodge City junior; Robinson, Sue L., Great Bend freshman. Robison, Mary L., Oberlin junior; Robison, William L., Oberlin freshman; Rockwell, Sue A., Hays junior; Roelfs, Charles R., Bushton freshman; Rogers, Debra A., McCracken freshman. 293 Underclassmen Rog-Rup Rogers, Donna K., Atwood junior; Rogers, Karl D., Selden sophomore; Rogers, Marilyn D., Hoxie junior; Rogers, Ronald M., Abilene junior; Rogers, Thomas L., Pretty Prairie junior. Rohr, Alfred F., Hays sophomore; Rohr, Anthony J., Hays sophomore; Rohr, Charles L., Hays sophomore; Rohr, Gary L., Gorham sophomore; Rohr, Stanley E., Hays freshman. Rohrbough, Johnny R., Scott City sophomore; Roland, Shari L., Hays freshman; Rolf, Karen B., Isabel freshman; Rolf, Les- lie L., Isabel junior; Rolfs, Glenda F., Geneseo freshman. Rolland, Merrie L., WaKeeney sophomore; Rolph, David K., Minneapolis sophomore; Romberger, Richard E., Abilene freshman; Rooney, Connie A., Dodge City junior; Root, Eve- lyn K., Salina freshman. Rorick, Gary D., Manter freshman; Rose, Verlene A., Agra freshman; Ross, Carol J., Hays freshman; Ross, Kenneth F., Hays junior; Ross, Linda M., Garfield freshman. Roth, Cecil C., Bison junior; Roth, Marvin G., Hays fresh- man; Rothfuss, Larry E., Clifton freshman; Rouse, Marsha A., Ulysses sophomore; Routh, Charles L., Groat Bend freshman. Rowan, Judi L., Lyons sophomore; Rowh, Jay A., Norton jun- ior; Rowland, Elizabeth A., Lawrence junior; Roy, Duane E., Phillipsburg freshman; Ruda, James W., Atwood freshman. Ruda, Lucille A., Atwood junior; Ruda, Peggy L., Atwood sophomore; Ruder, Earl F., Hays junior; Ruder, Lois, Hays sophomore; Ruder, Roger A., Hays freshman. Ruder, Steve J., Oakley freshman; Rueb, Patrick D., Stratton, Colo., sophomore; Rupp, Charlotte L., Hays sophomore; Rupp, Elsie M., Ellis freshman; Rupp, James, Ellis freshman. 294 Underclassmen Rup-Sch Rupp, Jon A., Hays freshman; Rupp, Marc E., Scott City freshman; Rusco, Angela M., St. John sophomore; Rusco, Clark D., Great Bend freshman; Rusco, Steve R., Great Bend sophomore. Russell, Penny L., Courtland sophomore; Russell, Sharon L., WaKeeney freshman: Ryan, James M., Gem freshman; Ryan, Penny B., Scott City freshman; Ryan, Ruth A., Nekoma junior. Rynerson, Don E., Jetmore freshman; Rynerson, Elaine K., Jetmore junior; Rytych, Franklin J., Narka junior; Saathoff, Duane K., Goodland sophomore; Saddler, Donna K., Colby sophomore. Saddler, Doyle E., Colby sophomore; Sahlfeld, Kathleen I., Beloit freshman; Saindon, Bonita K., Zurich freshman; Sainlar, Douglas J., Manter freshman; Sallman, Gary L., Aurora soph- omore. Salmans, Nick V., Hanston freshman; Sampson, Gary W., Oak Hill freshman; Sampson, John C., Salina junior; Sander, James A., Hoisington sophomore; Sander, Joseph R., Victoria freshman. Sanders, Judy A., Hays junior; Sanger, Carol S., Great Bend sophomore; Sanneman, Dewey D., Palmer freshman; Sanne- man, Dudley D., Palmer junior; Satter, Gary D., Logan soph- omore. Sauber, Marcia A., Ellinwood freshman; Sauber, Mary F., Ellinwood freshman: Sauer, Cheryl L-, LaCrosse freshman: Sauer, Mary A., Russell sophomore; Sauer, Ronald J., Hays freshman. Saunders, Gerald W., Fremont, Neb., freshman; Savolt, Linda R., Garden City sophomore; Sayler, Arthur M., Albert soph- omore; Scantlin, Randolph L., Liberal freshman; Scantlin, William M., Liberal junior. Schaefer, Mike L., Wellington freshman; Schaeffer, Robert K., Assaria freshman; Schaller, Leona A., Kinsley sophomore; Schardein, Cynthia A., Nickerson freshman; Scheib, Linda D., Albuquerque, N.M., sophomore. One of the scenic spots on campus, the fountain in front of Picken Hall, provides a relaxing atmosphere to sit and recall the memories recorded in last year ' s Reveille. Students pick up their yearbooks when they return to campus in the fall. 296 Underclassmen Sch-Sch Schellhamer, Marilynn K., Bucklin junior; Schenk, Donna M., Great Bend freshman: Scherti, Kathleen D., Page City fresh- man; Scheufler, Lyle R., Ellinwood sophomore; Schiedeman, Janis C., LaCrosse junior. Schields, Gary L., Goodland freshman; Schiewe, Ronald E., Preston junior; Schippers, Donna L., Oakley sophomore; Schlageck, John L., Hoxie junior; Schlegel, Myron L., La- Crosse junior. Schlepp, JoAnn B., Ruleton freshman; Schloctermeier, Paul E., Ellinwood freshman; Schmeidler, Donna M., Hays freshman; Schmidt, Clayton C., Hope sophomore; Schmidt, Galen E., LaCrosse junior. Schmidt, Gerald A., Hoisingfron junior; Schmidt, Janice L, Russell freshman; Schmidt, Joseph A., Hays freshman; Schmidt, Kathleen, Hays freshman; Schmidt, Michael C., Mc- Pherson junior. Schmidt, Michael P., Hays sophomore; Schmidt, Pamela K., Victoria sophomo re; Schmidt, Phyllis A., Victoria freshman; Schmidt, Ramon J., Catherine sophomore; Schmidt, Reatha M., Ellis junior. Schmidt, Russell D., Syracuse junior; Schmidt, Shirley A., Hays junior; Schmidt, Steven W., Tescott freshman; Schmidt- berger, Joleen, Atwood sophomore; Schmitt, Denny J., Ster- ling junior. Schnatterly, Arthur D., Hays junior; Schnatterly, Martha A., Concordia junior; Schneider, James R., Albert sophomore; Schneider, Janeen G., Ellsworth freshman; Schnelle, Cindy L., Oakley freshman. Schnoebelen, Mark A., Lewis junior; Schnoebelen, Sara J., Lewis sophomore; Schnoor, William F., Bouton, Iowa, junior; Schoemann, Anna M., St. Mary ' s freshman; Schoen, Norma J., Lenora sophomore. Schoenfeld, Robert M., Monument junior; Schoeni, H. Anne, Kensington sophomore; Schoenthaler, Cheryl E., Ellis junior; Schoenthaler, Clarinde M., Ellis freshman; Scholle, Beth M., Dodge City freshman. Underclassmen Sch-Sel Schon, Wayne, Gorham junior; Schrader, Jennifer S., Hays freshman; Schreiber, Barbara J., Hoisington sophomore; Schreiber, Catherine A., Beaver freshman; Schreiber, Thomas E., Nickerson junior. Schreibvogel, Beverly, Lakin sophomore; Schreiner, Roger J., Collyer sophomore; Schrott, Sharon J., Albert sophomore; Schryer, Frances R., Hays freshman; Schugart, Janice C., Hoisington sophomore. Schulte, Ronald L., Cawker City junior; Schultz, Freya, Trous- dale sophomore; Schultz, Gaylen W., Timken freshman; Schultz, Ronda J., Pawnee Rock freshman; Schulz, Carla E., St. John freshman. Schumacher, Phyllis, Munjor junior; Schupman, Marilyn D., Hays junior; Schwab, Beverly M., LaCrosse freshman; Schwartzkopf, Herbert G., Ransom sophomore; Schwarz, Greg- ory H., Hays freshman. Schwindt, Barry L., Lakin freshman; Schwindt, Elizabeth A., Bazine freshman; Scott, Dwayne L., Obcrlin junior; Scott, Laura J., Garden City sophomore; Scott, Ronald H., St. John freshman. Scott, Ronald L., Oberlin sophomore; Scott, Stephen M., WaKeeney sophomore; Seago, George W., Russell junior; Seamans, Coni J., Jewell sophomore; Seamans, George E., Jewell freshman. Seba, Larry R., Garfield sophomore; Sebastian, Linda M., Tribune freshman; Sebaugh, Tamara L, Norcatur junior; Sedo, Ronald A., Russell freshman; Seele, Linda K., Monument freshman. Seeman, Jane A., Lamed sophomore; Seeman, Joyce M., Lamed junior; Seibel, Gary W., Ellis freshman; Seifert, Jolene A., Clyde freshman; Seifried, Bryant V., Dighton freshman. Seirer, Stephen R., Luray sophomore; Sekavec, Dale A., Brownell junior; Sekavec, Thomas L., Brownell freshman; Self- ridge, C. Allen, Hanston freshman; Sell, Kathryn C., Timken freshman. Underclassmen Sel-Sku Seltmann, Douglas L., Nekoma freshman; Settles, Cheryl D., Junction City freshman; Settles, Steve C., Scott City fresh- man; Seyb, Marilyn K., Leoti Junior; Shafer, Gerry L., Ober- lin freshman. Shamburg, Gloria J., Randall freshman; Shandy, Robert K., Manhattan freshman; Shank, Harold Dean, Ness City sopho- more; Shannon, Joy ce E., Lincoln junior; Sharp, Michael D., Downs freshman. Shaw, Linda J. ( Oakley freshman; Shaw, Madeline K., Liberal junior; Shaw, Roberta K., Hoxie freshman; Shaw, Sandra K., Selden freshman; Shaw, Sue C., Sublette freshman. Sheffer, Karla J., Stockton sophomore; Shelly, Gerald F., Ford sophomore; Sherbondy, Dick E., Alton freshman; Sher- wood, Donald R., Ulysses sophomore; Sherwood, Margaret C., Ulysses junior. Shields, Larry J., Oberlin freshman; Shiew, James A., Jet- more sophomore; Shipley, Chris J., Holyrood freshman; Shirk, Layne C., Friend sophomore; Shoemaker, Elaine M., Lenora sophomore. Shoemaker, Laura A., Lenora sophomore; Shomshor, Mary M., Garden City freshman; Shover, Patricia D., Liberal freshman; Shriver, Carol L., Pratt sophomore; Shubert, Greg A., Ellis sophomore. Sians, Moussa, Iran sophomore; Siebert, Sharon K., Ness City freshman; Sieker, Jerry D., Ellinwood freshman; Siemers, Kurtis G., Luray sophomore; Simmons, Calvin L., Russell jun- ior. Simmons, Sheryle L., Hays freshman; Simpson, Janet E., Great Bend sophomore; Sims, Margaret J., Plainville sophomore; Sinclair, E. June, Wichita freshman; Sink, Stephen, Esbon sophomore. Sipes, James S., Abilene junior; Sisler, Kathleen E., Salina freshman; Skubal, Lou E., Denver, Colo., freshman; Skubal, Terry O., San Antonio, Tex., freshman; Skurat, Dennis D., Ansonia, Conn., junior. 299 Underclassmen Sla-Spa Slattery, Richard E., Dodge City junior; Slavik, Dale E., Ken- sington junior; Slavin, Danny L., Burdett freshman; Sleichter, Sheryl L., Palco sophomore: Slimmer, Virginia N. Plainville junior. Slipsager, Barbara L., Clifton sophomore; Small, Gary G., Russell sophomore; Small, lola M. t Alden junior; Smerchek, Karen G., Blue Rapids freshman- Smetana, Mary S., Phillips- burg freshman. Smith, Carol A., Natoma sophomore; Smith, Danny J., Kinsley freshman; Smith, Deborah B., Russell Springs junior; Smith, Donna J., Dodge City sophomore; Smith, D. Kay, Clay Cen- ter sophomore. Smith, Harry L., Milfonvale junior; Smith, Ivalee G., Cold- water junior; Smith, Jill C., Phillipsburg sophomore; Smith, Juanita K., Coldwafer freshman; Smith, Karla M., Stockton freshman. Smith, Lee R., Hoisington freshman; Smith, Linda F., Luray freshman; Smith, Lois J., Sharon Springs freshman; Smith, Marilyn S., Great Bend junior; Smith, Mary K., Plains soph- omore. Smith, Mary L., Garden City junior; Smith, Patricia A., God- dard sophomore: Smith, Patrick M., Esbon freshman; Smith, Richard N., Norton freshman; Smith, Rita M., Lamed soph- omore. Smith, Steve D., WaKeeney freshman; Smith, Vern R., Nor- ton freshman; Smith, Wayne A., Burdett sophomore; Smith, William H., Sun City junior; Smullins, Ronald L, Burr Oak freshman. Snodgrass, Carol Sue, Kansas City junior; Sodamann, Arlene L., Hays sophomore; Soice, Verle P., Montezuma sophomore; Songer, Sheryl L., Ellis junior; Sooby, Alice L., Stockton junior. Souchek, Frances A., Atwood freshman; Soukup, Sherry Lynn, Wilson freshman; Spanier, Jerry A., Great Bend junior; Sparks, Jeryl L., Goodland sophomore; Sparks, Richard D., Goodland sophomore. 300 Underclassmen Spe-Sta Specht, Terry L., Hutchinson freshman; Spellman, Steve E., Sublette junior; Sperry, Charles K., St. Francis junior; Spicer, Jay A., Glade sophomore; Spicer, Michael W., Phillipsburg freshman. Spillman, Mel D., Garfield sophomore; Spitler, Anita J., Courtland sophomore; Spomer, Kathy J., Edson freshman; Spratt, Dennis M., Ellsworth sophomore; Sprehe, Janet L., Oakley freshman. Sprehe, Janice L., Oakley freshman; Springer, Linda S., Great Bend freshman; Sramek, Debby L., McDonald junior; Staab, Catherine A., Hays freshman; Staab, Rose A., Hays freshman. Staats, Roger C., Coats junior; Stagner, Gene H., Fowler jun- ior; Stalnaker, Alan L., Plainville freshman; Stamey, Stephen L., Norton sophomore; Stamper, Eloise, Great Bend freshman. Using discussion and class participation as a means of instruc- thusiasm on the part of the instructor is also effective as it tion often proves to be a most effective teaching method. En- helps to generate enthusiasm in his students. 301 Underclassmen Sta-Str Stanley, Rosemary A., Oberlin freshman; Stanton, Loren P., Bristow, Okla., junior; Stapleton, Mary A., Jewell junior; Stapleton, William E., Lamed freshman; Startz, Pamala L, El Dorado junior. Stearns, Michael W., Cawlcer City freshman; Stecklein, Cyn- thia L., Munjor sophomore; Stecklein, Franklin D., Ness City sophomore; Stecklein, Lois A., Victoria freshman; Steele, Mar- lene A., Halstead junior. Steen, Vicki L., Smith Center junior; Stein, Dean L., Hays junior; Steiner, James D., Great Bend freshman; Steinkuehler, Terry L., Dodge City junior; Steitz, Linda K., Bison junior. Stelzer, Don S., Coats freshman; Stephens, Marcia L., Menlo junior; Stephens, Robert J., Oakley freshman; Stephenson, Dana K., Norton freshman; Stevens, Deanna J., Goodland junior. Stevens, Deborah S., Ellinwood freshman; Stewart, Carol A., Coldwater junior; Stewart, Dennis E., Barnard sophomore; Stewart, Karen M., WaKeeney freshman; Stewart, Patty $., Healy junior. Stewart, Ricke K., Hill Ctfy junior; Stewart, Stephanie A., Stockton freshman; Stiawalt, Karen K., McPherson sophomore; Stieben, Linda D., Otis freshman; Still, Robert L., Kirwin fresh- man. Stockton, Sharlene S., Kensington freshman; Stone, Suzanne L., Salina freshman; Stoops, Allen R., Pratt junior; Stoppel, Mary A., Sublette freshman; Strahm, Kerry R., Bern freshman. Straight, Ronald E., Abilene sophomore; Stranathan, Sidney W., Kiowa junior; Strathmann, Jeanne L., Lincoln freshman; Strecker, Richard L., Russell junior; Streit, Duane A., Tipton freshman. Streit, Gene E., Clayton freshman; Streit, Jeanne C., Tipton freshman; Streit, Jerome G., Downs sophomore; Streit, Jim M., Clayton junior; Streit, Ronald L., Tipton sophomore. 302 Underclassmen Str-Thi Stremel, Edward J., Hays freshman; Strieker, Diana L., Hois- ington sophomore; Stuart, Steven E., Downs sophomore; Stucky, Richard K., Newton freshman; Stull, Lary D., Natoma sophomore. Sturgeon, Marilyn K., Dodge City freshman; Suelter, Dennis D., Tescott sophomore; Suelter, Robert G., Ellsworth junior; Suiter, Charles F., Macksville junior; Suiter, Gail K., St. John freshman. Suiter, Jayne Ann, Hays junior; Sullivan, Lynda L., Pratt jun- ior; Sullivan, Rita L., Ulysses junior; Summers, Darrell K., Hunter junior; Summers, Tonja M., Salina freshman. Sunley, Robert L., Brownell sophomore; Super, David L., Hill City freshman; Suppes, Carol J., Bison sophomore; Surprise, Donna J., Hays sophomore; Sutley, Alfred T., Phillipsburg freshman. Svaty, Linda E., Ellsworth junior; Swagerty, Patricia W., Great Bend freshman; Swan, Sherry L., Ellinwood freshman; Swank, Kaye L., Osborne junior; Swank, Nancy J., Osborne freshman. Swann, Alice M., Russell freshman; Swim, John S., Liberal freshman; Switzer, Richard W., Great Bend freshman; Swon- ger, Katherine L., Almena sophomore; Synovec, Donna J., Morrowville junior. Tacha, Warren L., Jennings sophomore; Tammen, Rhonda S., Pawnee Rock freshman; Tappan, Benjamin F., Lyons sopho- more; Tate, Michael J., Hugoton sophomore: Tatkenhorst, Kenneth L., Natoma sophomore. Taylor, Gary Lynn, Longmont, Colo., freshman; Tedesco, Andy S., Lake Mahopac, N.Y., freshman; Tedford, Peggy D., Modoc freshman; Tennyson, Terry D., Plainville freshman; Terry, Bill L., Goodland junior. Thacker, Margaret E., Luray junior; Tharp, Tommy R., Kiowa freshman; Theis, David N., Kansas City freshman; Thelander, Larry R., Salina junior; Thielen, Kay $., Dorrance sophomore. 303 Underclassmen Thi-Tra Thielen, Nick C., Dorrance sophomore; Thomm, Ralph E., Kensington freshman; Thompson, Dennis E., Beloit freshman; Thompson, Donna L., Russell sophomore; Thompson, Linda F., Great Bend sophomore. Thompson, Linda K., Mullinville sophomore; Thompson, Willa K., Abilene freshman; Thurman, Pamala D., Great Bend jun- ior; Thyfault, Carmella L„ Damar freshman; Tibbetts, James C., Belleville sophomore. Timken, Steve W., Cimarron sophomore; Tindell, Sue A., Norton freshman: Tisdel, Elaine M., Salina freshman; Tittel, Barbara A., Bazine sophomore; Tittel, Joyce C., Bazine soph- omore. Tittel, Sandra K., Russell freshman; Toedman, Virginia M., Ransom junior; Toepfer, William A., Hays freshman; Tomanek, Sheila K„ Hays freshman; Tomanek, Tonya A., Collyer fresh- man. Tomanek, Walta J., Hays junior; Tomlin, Rick L., Little River freshman; Tomlinson, Mary Beth, Russell freshman; Tongish, Douglas B., McDonald freshman; Tonne, Larry E., Lincoln junior. Toot, Georgann M., Great Bend sophomore; Torr, G. Mark, Beloit freshman; Touslee, Judith A., St. Francis freshman; Touslee, Sue E., Norton freshman; Tramp, Rodney R., Phil- lipsburg freshman. Various explosive devices and other noise-making apparatus with the cheerleaders and the roaring tans, have as their pur- are on hand for home football games. These gadgets, along pose to cheer the Tigers to victory over their gridiron rivals. 304 Underclassmen Tre-Van Tregellas, James R., Elkhart sophomore; Tremblay, Leland A., Palco freshman; Treu, Michael B., Webster City, Iowa, soph- omore; Trout, Charlene K., Rush Center freshman; Trout, Cindy M., Rush Center sophomore. Trout, Susan D., Haysville freshman; Troyer, Ronnie D., Glade freshman; True, Donald W., Courtland sophomore; Trumble, Sherry A., Oak Hill freshman; Tucker, Glenn J., Ogallah jun- ior. Tucker, Nancy R., Johnson freshman; Tucker, Steve R., Cope- land freshman; Tuggle, Natalee J., Great Bend freshman; Tull, Don E., ' Jetmore junior; Turley, Roy A., Modoc sopho- more. Turner, Gary E., Fowler junior; Turner, Gary L., Smith Cen- ter sophomore; Turner, John E., Little River freshman; Tux- horn, Mary J., Smith Center freshman; Twidwell, Kenneth W., Frankfort sophomore. Tyler, Glenda L., Mankato freshman; Tymer, Dennis C., Kan- opolis junior; Tyrrell, James V., Lenora sophomore; Tyson, Donald R., Jetmore freshman; Ubert, Jerel A., Hays fresh- man. Ubert, Robert D., Hays freshman; Ueckert, Linda S., Great Bend freshman; Uehling, Terry D., Ness City sophomore; Um- scheid, Thomas E., Wamego sophomore; Underwood, Ronald D., Agra sophomore. Unger, Lemoin A., Oberlin sophomore; Unruh, Earl E., Mon- tezuma sophomore; Unruh, Eldon K., Montezuma freshman; Urban, Daniel J., Topeka junior; Urban, Donald J., Bison sophomore. Urban, Gerald L., Hays freshman; Urban, Kathryn S., Ells- worth freshman; Vallin, Dwight E., Bird City junior; Vallin, Emily B., Bird City sophomore; Van Allen, Jeralynn F., Phil- lipsburg freshman. Van Doren, David A., Hays sophomore; Van Dorn, Roger L., Protection sophomore; Van Kooten, Connie K., Long Island sophomore; Van Kooten, LaVerne A., Long Island freshman; Van Loenen, Beverly A., Prairie View freshman. 305 Underclassmen Van-Wal Vann, Mary Jo, Fowler freshman: Van Wey, Connie E., Belle- ville freshman; Vap, Richard D., Atwood freshman; Vap, Su- zanne I., Ludell junior; Vavricka, Robert L, Oakley sopho- more. Veazey, Thomas A., Newton sophomore; Veeh, Thomas L., Phillipsburg sophomore; Vehige, Kenneth D., Logan junior; Ven John, Karen L, Garden City junior; Venneberg, Gerald L., Syracuse freshman. Venneberg, Janet K., Plainville sophomore; Vernon, Edith L., Oberlin junior; Vernon, Voyle L., Norcatur freshman; Vesecky, Margaret A., Timken sophomore; Vestal, Ronald E., Lincoln sophomore. Vincent, David D., Lakin freshman; Vincent, Nikki J., Lakin freshman; Vinson, Bonnie L, Garfield freshman; Vonada, Kar- en K., Lincoln freshman; Von Leonard, Mark, Dighton fresh- man. Vopat, Alan G., Wilson freshman; Vopat, Eugene O., Plain- ville sophomore; Voran, Sharon E., Cimarron freshman; Voss, Robert D., Downs freshman; Vratil, Connie L., Lamed fresh- man. Vrtiska, John N., Minneola freshman; Wade, Bruce, Mayfield junior; Wade, Sandra K., Great Bend junior; Wadsworth, Tim H., Sedgwick freshman; Wagenblast, Jimmy D., Athol freshman. Wagner, Arthur F., Victoria sophomore; Wagner, Bob B., Franklin, Neb., freshman; Wagner, Franc E., Franklin, Neb., sophomore; Wagner, Gerald L, Hays freshman; Wahlmeier, Mary C., Norton freshman. Wahrman, Lynette M., Herndon junior; Wakeman, Katherine L., Fowler freshman; Wakulich, Virginia E., Otis sophomore; Walker, Charlotte C., Brookville freshman; Walker, Danny N., Penalosa sophomore. Walker, Dixie L., McCracken freshman; Walker, Larry G., Lyons junior; Walker, Naomi N., Medicine Lodge freshman; Walker, Susan P., McCracken junior; Walker, Thelma J., Fowler freshman. 306 Underclassmen Wal-Wel Wall, Ruth A., Clay Center Junior; Wallace, AlJoe S., Bar- nard freshman; Wallace, Barbara J., Barnard Junior; Wallert, Deborah R., Russell sophomore; Walline, Carol $., McPherson sophomore. Wallsmith, Don L., Geneseo freshman; Walt, Jo Ann, Collyer Junior; Walter, Cynthia J., Catherine sophomore; Walter, Joseph P., Great Bend sophomore; Walter, Ron G., Lincoln freshman. Walters, David A., Hays Junior; Walters, James A., Hays sophomore; Walters, Mary L., Hays Junior; Walters, Nancy L, Paola freshman; Walters, Thomas W., Hays freshman. Walts, Donald G., Great Bend Junior; Walz, Raymond A., Oakley freshman; Wangerin, David L, Kensington Junior; Wann, David K., Hays freshman; Ward, Darrell W., Plainville freshman. Ward, Elmer M., Lebanon sophomore; Ward, Gary G., Lucas freshman; Ward, Kathleen E., Natoma sophomore; Ward, Wava J., Norcatur junior: Wark, Gloria W., Rexford Junior. Warkentine, Terry L., Oakley sophomore: Warner, Cynthia L., Great Bend freshman; Warnken, Gordon L., Hays Junior; Warren, Nancy R., Medicine Lodge sophomore; Wasinger, Darrell E., Hays sophomore. Watt, Glenda A., Sublette freshman; Weber, Hilaria R., Sa- lina freshman; Weber, Joseph C., Claflin sophomore; Weber, Marjorie D., Hoxie Junior; Weber, Ronald J., Ellis sophomore. Webster, Alan W., St. John freshman; Weeks, Robert L., Brownell freshman; Weigel, Leland O., Oakley freshman; Wei- gel, Phyllis M., Hays freshman; Weihe, Diane, Lamed fresh- man. Weise, Barbara A., Hoisington Junior; Weisensee, Charles A., Larned Junior; Weiser, Lonnie D., Oakley Junior; Welker, Judy K., Alton freshman; Wells, Toni M., Hutchinson sophomore. 307 Underclassmen Wel-Whe Welter, Dorothy A., Norton freshman; Welter, Lorraine M., Dresden junior; Welty, Susan J., Hill City freshman; Wendel, Marlene M., Hoisington freshman; Wendel, Thomas L., Great Bend junior. Wendell, Rickie L., Kanorado freshman; Wenrich, C. Brent, Cimarron freshman; Werner, Donald J., Ellinwood freshman; Werner, Duane S., Kinsley junior; Werth, Charlene F., Hays sophomore. Werth, John F., Schoenchen freshman- Werth, Linda A., Hays sophomore; Wesbrooks, Cheryl E., Harper junior; Wess, Pat- ricia R., Great Bend junior; Wessel, Helen A., Selden fresh- man. Wessling, Rosemary R., Beloit freshman; Westerman, Michael W., Halstead junior; Westhoff, Larry M., Morrowville junior; Wcstphal, Carl R., Isabel sophomore; Wettstein, Cindy L., Kismet freshman. Wetz, Mark S., Kiowa sophomore; Wetzel, Elaine Kay, Brown- ell freshman; Wheatcroft, Janice L., Shields junior; Wheeler, Cynthia R., Ellis junior; Wheeler, John P., Garden City junior. Students are employed in all campus departments where they perform duties ranging from scrubbing floors to typing. This student ' s job of checking materials leaving Forsyth Library also provides time for study during the slack periods. 308 Learning at Fort Hays State entails a wide variety of methods. tures, be they indoors or outdoors, as well as practical appli- Included in this list of learning methods are regular class lec- cation of knowledge acquired in the lectures. Underclassmen Whe-Wil Wherry, Robert P., Bazine junior; White, Connie L., Sublette sophomore; White, Doris P., Coldwater freshman; Whitney, Marjorie L, Haviland freshman; Whitney, Neva J., Norton sophomore. Wicke, Linda A., Atwood sophomore; Wiehl, Margie A., Smith Center freshman; Wiens, Georgette K., Monument junior; Wiesner, David J., Ellis sophomore; Wiesner, Linda A., Plainville freshman. Wiggins, Sherrie Lynn, Oberlin junior; Wilhite, Patricia, Lar- ned freshman; Wilken, Karen S., Modoc junior; Wilkens, Ardene R., McDonald sophomore; Wilkie, Herbert D., Wa- Keeney freshman. Wilkinson, Gregory A., McDonald freshman; Williams, Bar- bara M., Lebanon freshman; Williams, Becky J., Medicine Lodge freshman; Williams, Cathy J., Hays junior; Williams, Gaylen R., Lindsborg freshman. 309 Underclassmen Wil-Wri Williams, Linda M., Great Bend sophomore; Williams, Nikki L., Nekoma freshman: Williamson, Michael T., Sylvan Grove freshman; Willimon, Nancy A., Ellchart freshman; Willome, Thomas C., Junction City sophomore. Wilson, Diane K., Mankato sophomore; Wilson, Freddy C., Hazelton freshman; Wilson, Leslie D., Burr Oak junior; Wil- son, Patricia L., Gering, Neb., sophomore; Wilson, Robert J., Mankato freshman. Wilson, Ron C., Garden City sophomore; Wilson, Royce E., Almena freshman; Wilson, William R., Ashland sophomore; Windholz, Agnes, Victoria sophomore; Windscheffel, Jan A., Smith Center sophomore. Wingert, Daniel T., Russell freshman; Winkler, Connie J., Hill City junior; Winkler, Steven K., Rozel freshman; Winn, Mark B., Bushton junior; Winter, Fawne L, Great Bend junior. Winter, Linda S., Hoxie freshman; Wirtz, Jayne E., Great Bend freshman; Wise, Judith A., Cawker City junior; Witt- huhn, Eldon D., Bazine sophomore; Witwer, Karen L., Abilene freshman. Woelk, Cheryl L, Russell freshman; Wohlford, Mary L., Gen- esee sophomore; Wolf, Donalyn D., Lincoln freshman; Wolf, Henry G., Ellinwood junior; Wolf, Paula J., Ellis freshman. Wolfe, Duane A., Lyons freshman; Wolfing, Linda L., Lincoln sophomore; Wood, Harold R., Ellinwood junior; Wood, Vir- ginia L., Geneseo junior; Woods, Dianna L., Smith Center freshman. Woods, Kenneth D., Ellsworth freshman; Woods, Marie A., Lebanon junior; Woods, Wanda R., Tribune sophomore; Woolverton, Jon T., Abilene sophomore; Worden, Charles E., Norton sophomore. Workman, Beverly C., Natoma junior; Woydziak, Carol L., Claflin sophomore; Wright, Christine L., Kanorado freshman; Wright, G. Gwen, Derby freshman; Wright, Marilyn J., Nor- ton freshman. 310 Among the many positions of leadership for students at FHS is that of drum major of the Fort Hays State Marching Band. Performing in that capacity this year is Terry Mai, Russell jun- ior, who led the band in parade and half time performances. 311 Underclassmen Wri-Zwi Wright, Richard B., Liberal sophomore; Wurtz, Larry J., Linn freshman; Wyant, Charlene R., Plainville freshman; Wyatt, John F. t New York, N.Y., freshman; Wyatt, Sharon G., Ash- land freshman. Wyley, Linda S., Kirwin freshman; Yarnell, Roger L., Osborne freshman; Yauney, Michael A., Ashby, Neb., freshman; Year- out, Phillip D., Palco junior; Yost, Jim, LaCrosse freshman. Young, Bradley E., Chapman sophomore; Young, Candace S., Oberlin freshman; Young, Kay L., Salina freshman; Young, Robert J., Lyons junior; Young, Warren P., Hays sophomore. Young, William K., Coldwater sophomore; Younker, Carol A., Hays freshman; Younker, Richard A., Chicago, III., freshman; Zachman, Diane M., Ellis freshman; Zamrzla, Bruce A., Salina junior. Zehr, Dennis Joe, Stafford sophomore; Zeigler, Trean W., Wilmore junior; Zelenka, Wendy I., Salina freshman; Zellner, Geraldine F., Marienthal sophomore; Zeman, Carol J., Hays freshman. Zerfas, Sidney K., Hays junior; Zerr, Dean A., Atwood soph- omore; Ziegler, Eugene P., Grainfield sophomore; Ziegler, Kenneth E Collyer freshman. Zier, Kristin M., Lincoln freshman; Zimbelman, Gary L., St. Francis sophomorer Zimmer, Joan C., Downs sophomore; Zim- mer, Mary L., Downs sophomore. Zimmer, Terry L., Downs freshman; Zimmerman, Jan M. t Med- icine Lodge freshman; Zimmerman, Valerie L., Hays fresh- man; Zink, David A., Bushton sophomore. Zipfel, Gary R., Belleville, III., freshman; Zohner, Ruth B., Hoisington junior; Zwink, David R., Macksville junior; Zwink, Timothy A., Macksville freshman. 312 Classes Choose Officers in Annual Spring Elections Spring elections at FHS determine all Student Council offi- cers as well as class officers and group representatives to serve on the Council. Freshman class officers, however, are elected to their positions in the fall. Class officers have as their main function to represent their class on ASC. Officers for under- classmen in 1968 were: Ron Heggemeier and Paula Murphy, freshmen (upper left): Dixie Westervelt and Bill Rogers, soph- omores (upper right); and John Wheeler and Randy Bane, jun- iors (below). Only presidents and vice presidents are elected. Advertising 314 He is well paid who is wel l satisfied. Shakespeare Mary Rose O ' Donnell and Pat Wess agree that whether you ' re buying, selling, or renting, ATTRACTIVE bargains are always found at Hinkhouse Real Estate 232 W. 9th 625-9318 K. R. Hinkhouse J. D. Williams Cashier E. A. Zwenger discusses savings for Terri Sue’s future with her mother, Mrs. Larry Soice. First National Bank of Hays ’Time and Temperature Corner " 1200 Main St. Member of FDIC 625-6595 316 WIESNER’S DEPARTMENT STORE We know that a college man needs a good suit for many occasions. Come in and see our selections. One of our friendly clerks helps Barbara Boyd select her winter coat from our large selection. 801 Main St. 625-941 I 3 7 Fashion Headquarters for Gentlemen and their Ladies. The Village Shop Ladies Shop — Balcony 628-8317 Men ' s Department — Main Floor 625-9732 1102 Main Mr. and Mrs. Hank Krueger enjoy their " sporty " fashions from The Village Shop. pt 1 1 E , Kga -JZl T 1 3 Brown Shoe Fit Quality Shoes for the entire family Located in the Village Shop 1102 Main 625-2711 We always stock a variety of stylish shoes so that we can please all of our customers. Vine Park Motel Dial 625-6537 for reservations A Nice Place to Stay Completely Remodeled Reasonable Rates Try our Red Carpet Service. We honor American Express Credit Cards. 1308 Vine St. Villa Motel 810 E. 8th 625-2563 318 Located across from Martin Allen Hall, our new campus salon welcomes collegiate and community customers. Leona’s Campus Salon 708 Park 628-8142 News Publishing Co. Featuring The Hays Daily News In our new location we are able to handle news more ef- ficiently for FHS personnel like Robert Lowen and Rick Schwein. 507 Main 625-342 1 come froi Mustangs are just the cars for debate coach Dan Miller. Gagelman Motor Co. 528 E. 8th Authorized Ford Sales Service 625-341 1 319 Moving into a new building this year, we have been able to provide more room for our customers. Eat in or carry out . . . 2102 Vine St. Pizza Hut 625-751 710 Main st. Hq Y s Music Company, Inc. For all music and audio needs, visit our store. From our stock of all types of tape recorders, FHS students choose small portable recorders for recording class lectures and discussions as well as stereo recorders for entertainment. Employee Pat Karlin checks the samples of " the latest in women ' s shoe fashions " found in our display window. Al’s Bootery 809 Main St. 625-2123 Giant Value ■ 3 ® We ' re happy to be located in Hays to serve FHS students. Midwest Tobacco and Candy Company 625-3712 " The bargain center close to campus " Ron Insley looks at record albums in our large selection. 600 S. Main St. 625-6593 Fort Hays State students find all sorts of gift ideas at . . . Northwestern Typewriter Co. S+eelcase Office Furnishings Exclusive Royal Typewriters Electric, Standard, Portable Sales and Service Victor Adding Machines Calculators Bookkeeping Machines Wood Office Furniture by Stow and Davis 3-M Supplies Hadley Memorial Hospital and Rehabilitation Center 201 E. 7th 625-3441 Harkness Store Visit our gift shop and browse around. 800 Main St. 625-7323 715 Main St. 625-252 1 Home Lumber Company COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE and SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS Eighth and Vine 625-2216 " Just North of the Campus " Campus Apartments Room for four boys — Furnished Air Conditioned — Two Bedrooms See: Bob Finch 1st National Bank Building 625-7313 There ' s always a few neighbors around to have a quick ballgame after classes. Rogers- Hoisington Wholesale Grocers Paradise, Kansas Supplying the needs of hungry Fort Hays students. SUPPLY LOCATIONS: Hays 300 E. Eighth St. 625-7363 Hill City West Highway 24 674-21 19 Plainville Third and Jefferson 434-4583 Colby 185 W. Fifth St. 462-3373 MEMBER A. S. I. A. toolboxes S W Supply Co., Inc. All of our employees work hard to please our customers. MACHINE LOCATIONS: Hays 300 E. Eighth St. 625-7363 Hill City West Highway 24 674-2119 Plainville Third and Jefferson 434-4583 Colby 185 W. Fifth St. 462-3373 MEMBER AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE REBUILDERS ASSOCIATION James Motor Company, Inc. Your authorized dealer tor Plymouth, Chrysler and Imperial products. MOVE UP TO CHRYSLER 200 E. 8th 625 3481 Martha Sauer looks at a few of the many decorations de- signed especially for our customers. George Philip Hardware Hays Floral Shop 15 W. 8th 625-2223 Lawn Supplies, Appliances _ , . , . . . Paints, Glass Eighth and Main 625-361 1 325 Coed Beauty Salon Just across from Picken Hall, we specialize in modern collegiate hair styles, and we also have sales and service for hair pieces. 702 Park 625-2250 Neuburger’s Bakery " Special Attention given to Special Orders " Cakes of all kinds Homemade candies 209 W. 1 0th 625-2016 If you ' re hungry after school, come and see us for fresh rolls, homemade candies and other bakery items. 326 The Farmers State Bank Serving Fort Hays State and the Community of Hays. Drive-In, Walk-Up and TV Windows Customer Parking Night Depository Member of FDIC 718 Main St. 625-6542 Linda Colyer is one of the FHS brides who selected her wedding trousseau at . . . FEME’ BRIDAL SHOP 109 E. 8th READY-TO-WEAR 625-6617 Par ents arrive to stay with us while visiting the campus during Parents ' Day activities. 527 E. 8th 625-2581 The super market that has everything for one-stop shopping. Boogaarts 328 As the " Showplace of the Midwest, " we rate first among entertainment places for Fort Hays State students. Fox Theater 1202 Main St. 625-9567 Hays City Travel Agency 1305 Main St. 628-8000 Reveille staffers Ella Rayburn, Deanna Miller and Beverly Ebright pick up tickets to Chicago for the Associated Collegiate Press National Convention. For all your camera needs see . . . Hays City Drug 1013 Main St. 625-9414 Henrietta Gumescheimer demonstrates one of our many cameras to student customers. Walburn College Grocery 507 W. 7th 625-9886 Kathy Reardon and Nancy Barton know where to shop for snacks after class. r WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A KAMA DA GUEST A RAMADA GUEST is the most important person ever in our business. A RAMADA GUEST is not dependent on us, we are dependent on him. A RAMADA GUEST is not an interruption of our i work he is the purpose of it. A RAMADA GUEST is not an outsider to our business he is a part of it. A RAMADA GUEST is not a cold statistic , he is a flesh and blood human being, with feelings and emotions like our own. A RAMADA GUEST is a person who brings his wants to us it is our job then to handle these wants to his complete satisfaction. A RAMADA GUEST can call anv Itamada Inn any time he chooses....we are ready to serve him. RESTAURANT W ELCOME Ramada Inn 3205 N. Vine 628-8261 Kobler Motor Co. 124 E. 8th 625-9710 Even in cold winter weather, Ron Insley learns that the new Javelin is always ready to go. 330 Presents m munmi We are always a popular place with hungry Fort Hays State students, A W Root Beer E. Eighth 628-8241 Suriya Sirirattna and Rapeeph Suvanprakorn select some cosmetics. We also have a varied selection of gifts. 1007 Main St. ABC Drug 625-2523 Reveille Queen Karen Anderson selects a stylish evening gown from our large assortment of creations. Sweetbriar 1012 Main St. 625-9727 Business majors Donna Norden and Lucille Houser practice some of their secretarial skills on our machines. Markwell Stationery Co. • Portable and office typewriters • Books, gifts, stationery • School Supplies 1010 Main St. 625-9611 As " A Community Builder, " we have tires, batteries and other accessories to meet the needs of the students and the community. Farmers Cooperative Association ALCO Discount Stores Bringing discount prices to the Hays community, we are still a member of the A.L. Duckwall chain of stores, but we have just changed our name and our prices. Service Station: 8th and Oak Elevator — General Office: 219 E. 9th 625-3312 625-2535 1 103 Main St. 625-2812 332 WELCOME ALCO DISCOUNT VAGABOND MOTEL 2524 Vine 625-2511 Belinda Borth, Vicki Miller, Rise Bell, Donna Bisel, and Sharon Wyatt enjoy dinner in our exquisite dining room. VAGABOND RESTAURANT 2522 Vine 625-5914 Dennis Suelter tries on some of our special fashions in our shop close to campus. The Tiger Shop for Guys and Gals 507 W. 7th 625-3544 Mich Fabrizius knows that our stock always includes the latest collegiate fashions. Bernard’s Men’s Wear 1011 Main 625-3913 Donna Rogers and Janet Deardon select a gift from our large stock of women ' s apparel. The Cross Shop 1107 Main 1 625-2914 Wilson’s IGA 219 W. I Oth 625-2574 •’ " mi ! 1 VJL jTV, 1009 Main 625-3810 Fine food for fine people is our motto. Steaks, Chicken Sea Foods, Meats Lawson’s Restaurant phone: 625-7513 Station phone: 625-5812 Golden Ox Restaurant Located at 1-70 Complete Car Care and Truck Stop Station Jet. 183— 1-70 335 School ' s just a 100-pound bag of fun for a few of our FHS employees — Ron Harbaugh, Rick McPhail, Martyn Howgill, Ron Leitner, Mary Mondero, Linda Terry, Al Boedeker — as fhey help us provide special food services for you. Dillon’s Food Market 109 W. 7th Grocery Dept.: 625-5656 Meat Dept.: 625-6013 Jep’s Super Service Hays Oil Company 1 " | i j . - m John Dugan chats with the attendant servicing his car with " Quality Phillips 66 Products. " 1300 Main St. 625-2715 336 Tribute Box 1 1 2 Hays, Kansas 67601 337 Making a selection from Music Manor ' s wide range of musical supplies, Ron Heggemeier finally chooses a guitar. Music Manor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Watson discover the luxury features of a ' 68 Oldsmobile. Herb Lundgren Chevrolet-Olds., Inc. 126 W. 12th 625-2532 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hendrickson examine our products. 119 W. 10th 625-6324 The Home Furniture Company 229 W. I Oth 625-2589 Attention Students: Cure your ills wi+h Purdy ' s pills. V PHARMACY HAYS PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 109 W. 10th 625-2529 Small and large electrical appliances are available at . . . Schwallers Whether by car, whether by shoe, Collegiate-type food is close to you. Varsity Bowl Drive-In New location: Centennial Shopping Center on General Hays Road. 625-6554 Fourth and Main 625-9955 Serving Hays and Fort Hays Kansas State College The " Miracle Mile " from 1-70 overpass and 42 other Northwest Kansas communities with electric and gas serv ices Central Kansas Power Company, Inc. Ill E. Ilth 625-3437 Centennial Lanes Fort Hays students get their bowling practice during class for class credit and after hours for recreation. 2400 Vine 625-9216 340 Your Men From Equitable in Northwest Kansas Dennis F. Close, Hays, FHS 68 R. J. Smiley, Hays, FHS ' 65 Roger E. Franke, Hays, FHS 51 Carl Reeder, WaKeeney John C. Sikes, Russell Glenn R. Bertrand, Colby R. D. Brent, Alton Robert L. Jones, Bird City Robert J. Gordon, Colby Clair E. Law, District Manager With Living Insurance by The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United States HOME OFFICE NEW YORK, NEW YORK Connie Ginther, Joe Adams, Marilyn Arnhold, and Joe Norris discover that for simple sophist ication and excellent cuisine, guys should treat their dates to a Holiday Inn dinner. Holiday Inn of America Highway 183 N. 625-7371 For the hungry student who studies late: take advantage of Dan ' s round-the-clock service. Dan’s Cafe Hway. 40 By-Pass 625-9429 Campus Book Store 509 W. 7th 625-2611 Shop with school-spirit at the Campus Book Store . . . It ' s your close-to-campus shopping center for books and bargains. 342 Christopher’s MOBILE STUDIO Frantz Mobile Studio Photographer Advertising Directory A W Root Beer 331 ABC Drug Co 331 ALCO Discount Stores 332 Al ' s Bootery 321 Ann ' s Dress Shop 355 Balfour Co 337 Bernard ' s Men ' s Wear 334 Boogaart ' s 328 Brown ' s Shoe Fit Co 318 Campus Apartments 323 Campus Book Store 342 Centennial Lanes 340 Central Kansas Power Co. . 340 Christopher Mobile Studio . 343 Co-ed Beauty Salon 326 The Cross Shop 334 Dan ' s Cafe 342 Dillon ' s Food Market 336 Equitable Life Assurance . . 341 Farmers Coop Assn 332 The Farmers State Bank ... 327 Adams, Dr. Seth Jr 24 Alcantara, Antonia R. .. 28, 43, 142 Allen, Linda Cress 35 Alver, Wallace M 24 Artman, Ethel 16 Atkins, Alison M 33, 43 Atwater, Alan M. Jr. .. 22, 161 Bachkora, Bryan 19, 151 Bartholomew, Dr. Leland ... 32, 171 Bastin, Ernest E. . . . 33, 174, 175 Batty, Elizabeth M 28 Baxter, Inez 26 Baxter, Vivian 36 Beardslee, Carroll L 121 Beesley, Alice 19 Belisle, Dr. James 26 Bizzell, O. Z 16, 168 Bogart, Katherine 28 Bogue, Dr. Russell 26 Brehm, Charles G 26, 109 Brooks, Doyle K 36 Brooks, R. U 19 Brown, David 39 Brown, Robert H 33, 169 Bumpass, Donald 22 Burnett, Dr. Richard ... 15, 143 Cain, Dr. C. Richard ... 18, 151 Campbell, Marc 30 Carballo, Dr. Benito 28, 45 Carlson, Terry R 39 Choguill, Dr. Harold 36 Christopher, Rachel 31 Claflin, Martha 24 Clark, Thaine 20 Coder, Dr. Ralph 15, 28 Cole, Dr. Blaine L 24 Collier, Kent 16 Converse, Dr. Harold D 24 Cook, Kenneth 22 Cornwell, Rex 24, 44 Coulson, Marion 28 Crites, Carl 22 Cunningham, Dr. M. C. . 12, 13, 241 Curtis, Nancy 36 Feme Bridal Shop R. T. W. 328 First National Bank of Hays 316 Fort Hays Lincoln — Mercury 349 Fort Hays Motel 328 Fox Theater 329 Gagelman Motor Co 319 Giant Value 321 George Philip Hardware .... 325 Hadley Memorial Hospital and Rehabilitation Center . . . 322 Harkness Store 322 Hays City Drug Store 329 Hays City Travel Agency .. 329 Hays Floral Shop 325 Hays Music Co 320 Hays National Bank 358 Herb Lundgren Chev. Olds Inc 338 Hinkhouse Real Estate 316 Faculty Daley, Dr. Billy C 24 Dalton, Standlee V 15 Damro, Dianne M 26 Davidson, Eleanor 28 Davidson, Dr. Gordon W. .. 39, 156 Day, R. Paul Jr 28 Dechant, Dr. Emerald 24 Dilley, Lyle 33 Dion, Grace 28 Dobbs, Dr. Edith 24 Dooley, William C 22 Dressier, Dr. Robert L 36 Dryden, Laurence 36 Duncan, Gerald 24 Duncan, Patricia L 26 Edwards, Dr. Clifford D. ... 28, 42 Edwalds, Mary P 35 Ely, Dr. Charles 20 Etter, Orville Eugene .. 36, 142 Faulkner, Keith 22 Felter, Lucille 172 Ficken, Dale 19 Figler, Byrnell 33 Fleharty, Dr. Eugene D 20 Forsythe, James L 39 Francis, Alex . 26, 105, 106, 125 Gallion, Leona 22, 43 Gangwer, Connie 35 Garner, Naomi 28 Garton, Barbara 39, 158 Garwood, Dr. John 15 Gatschet, Paul A 28 Gentry, Ruff L 20 Gieber, Robert L. . 28, 147, 163 Ginther, Glenn G 19, 151 Goeser, Patrick H 33, 170 Graber, Dr. Paul 28 Groesbeck, Dr. Hulda 24 Gross, Erna 31 Hamilton, Dr. Samuel 24 Harbin, Dr. Calvin 24 Harkness, Margery 31 Harper, Paul 28 Harsh, Donna 24, 43 Hartley, Thomas R 28 Holiday Inn 341 Home Furniture 338 Home Lumber Co 323 1-70 DX 335 James Motor Co., Inc 325 Jensen Motors Inc 352 Jeps Super Service-Hays Oil 336 Kobler Motor Co 330 Lawson ' s Golden Ox 335 Leona ' s Campus Salon 319 Markwell Stationery Co. ... 332 McDonald ' s 326 Midwest Tobacco Candy Co. Inc 321 Music Manor 338 Neuburger Bakery 326 News Publishing Co 319 Northwestern Typewriter Co 322 Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. . . . 340 Pink Pony Flowers 349 Index Harwick, Eugene 19 Harwick, Joanne 19 Heather, Jack R. ... 29, 47, 143 Hegg, Peter H 36 Heil, Richard P 39 Henry, Gordon C 29, 49 Herndon, Dr. Geneva .. 29, 152 Hinkhouse, James 19 Hobbs, Earl R. ... ' 26, 109, 128 Hodge, Patricia 39 Hoffman, Maxine 19, 150 Houston, Duane E 20, 149 Huber, John E 33 Huffman, Ralph 16 Hulett, Dr. Gary K 20, 42 Ison, David L 29 Jellison, Dr. Bill D. . 14, 42, 177, 194 Jennings, Norman 33 Jimenez, Dr. Juan A. .. 29, 162 Johnson, Arris M 24 Johnson, Daniel H 19 Johnson, Ralph A 26 Johnson, Sidney E 29 Jones. James R 22 Jones, Thomas Allison 39 Joy, Ruth 26 Keating, Walter 15 Kelierman, James 22 Ketchum, Harriet V 29, 43 Kim, Dr. Suksan 29 King, Dr. John D 24 Kitzman, George H 29 Krebs, June 19, 150 Kuchar, Kathleen 19 Kuchar, Dr. Roman V 29 Kurtz, Ray 24 Little, Dr. Milburn J 22 Lojka, Glen F 26, 42, 144 Lounsberry, Elinor 35, 43 Lowen, Bob 29 Lowery, Tom C 22 Marshall, Delbert 36 Marshall, Everett 36, 148 Maxson, Leon 29, 51 Maxwell, Robert . 14, 29, 44, 45 McCaa, B. Boykin 24 McConnell, Wayne . 26, 97, 100 Pizza Hut 320 Purdy ' s Pharmacy 339 Ramada Inn 330 Rogers-Hoisington Wholesale Grocers 323 S W Supply Co., Inc. ... 324 Schwaller ' s 339 Seven-up Bottling Co 355 Surburban, Dry Cleaners and Launderers, Inc 346 Sweetbriar 331 The Tiger Shop 334 Vagabond Motel 333 Vagabond Restaurant 333 Varsity Bowl 339 Vernon ' s Jewelers 335 Villa Motel 318 The Village Shop 318 Vine Park Motel 318 Walburn College Grocery . 330 Wiesner ' s Dept. Store 317 Wilson ' s I.G.A 335 McCullick, Jack J 22, 42 McFarland, Alice 29, 43 McFarland, Henry 20 McGinnis, Darrell D 19 McGregor, Dr. J. D 36 McKee, Dennis 19, 151 McMechan, Dr. James H. .. 36, 41 McNeil, Edgar F. .. 26, 97, 117 Meade, Michael 29 Messer, Milford 15 Miller, Danny L. . . . 29, 42, 154, 319 Miller, Dr. Halsey W 36 Miller, Dr. Lewis M 33 Moreland, Dr. William D. ... 38 Morrison, Alice 29 Moss, Dr. Joel 19 Moyers, E. Edwin 33, 172 Myerly, Lois Lee 22 Nahas, Marwan N 29, 153 Nichols, Francis N 19 Nugent, James F 15 Oliva, Dr. Leo E. .. 39, 42, 145, 159 Osborne, Richard L. ... 22, 160 Palmer, Harold 33 Parrish, Dr. Verna M. ... 29, 40, 142 Peier, J. Dale 22 Pfeifer, Leona .. 29, 42, 43, 162 Phillips, Paul E 22 Pierson, Dr. David W 20 Pinkall, Robert 36 Popp, Nancy 26, 42, 146 Powell, Bettie 31 Price, Dr. Gordon 24, 45, 147 Rawlings, Dr. Edna 24 Rawlings, Irving L. ....... 24, 161 Reed, Lawrence Mac 31 Reinecke, Robert E 29 Reynolds; Dr. Howard C. ... 20 Rice, Dr. Jimmie 36 Richards, Robert C. ... 36, 149 Ridgway, Arthur A 26, 97 Riegel, Andrew 20 Riley, Esta Lou 31 344 Robinson, Dr. William N. ... 24 Rogers, Katherine 29, 51 Rogers, R. Lynn 16, 145 Rolfs, Marvin E 36 Rumpel, Dr. Max L 36 Sackett, Marjorie 29 Sackett, Dr. Sam 29, 59 Sayed. Dr. M. Q 20, 147 Schleich, Phyllis 33. 172 Schmeller, H. J 39, 159 Schmidt, Fred Jr 31 Schroder, Elton K 20 Schwartz, Perry 29 Simons, Kenneth 20 Slechta, Donald B 39 Slechta, Joan 24 Smith, Robert 31 Smith, Dr. Wilda M 39 Sodamann, Harold L 24 Somers, Monice Laray 26, 43, 146 Stansbury, James 24 Staven, Dr. LaVier L 24 Stewart, B. J 22, 161 Stolba, Dr. K. Marie 33 Stockwell, Glenn 39, 42 Stouffer, Jean .. 14, 44, 45, 46, 177 Stout, Dr. Donald E 29, 33, 171 Stout, Dr. Roberta 29 Stroup, Leora 34 Suran, Cade . 26, 134, 144, 154 Taylor, Dr. George 29, 39 Theis, Ruth Anne 35 Thomas, Dr. Archie 22 Thomas, Dollie B 15 Thomas. Vera 22, 161 Thompson, Dr. Leonard W. . 22 Thompson, Dr. William Ross . 29 Thorns, John Jr 19 Toalson, Wilmont 36 Tobias, Gary G 19, 151 Tomanek, Dr. Gerald 21 Tomlinson, John 39 Valanne. Olli Peter 19 Veed, Ellen 36 Vlasak, Sharon 22, 161 Voss, Richard B 22 Walden, J. B 22 Walker, Myrl 36 Walker, Dr. Neil A 20 Wall, George R 22 Ward, Douglas E 29 Wells, J. R 20. 148 Wenke, Dr. Thomas L 20 Wilkins, Dr. William D 33 Wilson, John A 36 Wilson, Marilyn 36, 148 Winter, David 26, 118, 119 Winterlin, DeWayne 29 Witt, Grace 29 Witt, Robert 39 Witten, Dr. Maurice ... 36, 142 Wood, Dr. W. C 24 Youmans, Dr. Raymond 24 General Index A Abbey, Thayne Elwin 246 Abbott, Al S 246 Abendshien, Dale Lee 246 Abendshien, Kenneth P. ... 143, Abies, Tracy Alan 160, 246 Academics Division 10-51 Achenbach, Richard E 224 Adams, Donna J 226 Adams, Duane S 151, 246 Adams, James A 226 Adams, Joseph 193, 246 Adams, Linda J 185, 246 Adams, Reba M 226 Adams, Steven Warren 246 Adamson, Elaine S. ... 162, 246 Adamson, Thomas C 246 Aday, David P. .. 138, 139, 193, 226 Adsit, Mary Louise ... 147, 152, 226 Advertising Division 314 Aeschleman, Valarie 226 Agin, James E 246 Aggad, Fawzi Abedfat 147 Agnew, Hall 202-204 Ahrens, Judy L 169, 226 Albers, Albert Leslie .. 212, 246 Albers, Donnie Eugene 246 Albers, Linda Sue 246 Albert, Leon Doyle 151 Albert, Lynlie Lee 226 Albert, Pamela J 146, 246 Albert, Vicki 153 Albright, Kay F 226 Alcorn, Marion E 226 Alden, Nanette 180, 246 Alexander, Birdie L 246 Alexander, Clifford G 148, 226 Alexander, Nancy Jane .... 246 Alford, Michael John 246 Allen, Dennis Edwin .. 169, 246 Allen, Glen Dale 246 Allen, James Newcomb .... 246 Allen. John David 246 Allen, Karen L 226 Allen, Kenneth Wayne 246 Allen, Larry Eugene 226 Alloway, Sharon K 246 All-Student Council 45 Allphin, Carl E 246 Almgren, Richard C 161 Alpha Gamma Delta .. 178-179 Alpha Kappa Psi 160 Alpha Lambda Delta 142 Alpha Phi Omega 143 Alspaw, Pamela Kay ... 43, 140, 177, 180, 226 Altenbaumer, Linda D 246 Alver, Patricia Ann 152 Amerine, Clyde Duane .... 170. 198, 246 Alver, Patricia Ann 152 Amerine, Clyde Duane .... 170, 198, 246 Amerine. Glen B 226 Amos, Ronald R 246 Anderson, Curtis Lee 246 Anderson, Danny W 246 Anderson, Karen Nan .. 69, 70, 167, 175, 179, 246, 331 Anderson, Laverna D 246 Anderson, Les W. . 49, 193, 246 Anderson, Melanie R. . 147, 246 Anderson. Roger Leon 246 Anderson, Warren R 226 Anderson, Wendy L 246 Andregg, Fred W. ... 108, 109, III. 114, 144 Andregg, Patricia 1 246 Andregg, Velma Marie ... 163, 246 Andrews, Karen L 246 Andrews, Veronica .... 162, 246 Angeles, L. Dean 172 Anissy, Nasser 147, 226 Ankenman, Teresa A 247 Annis, Marjorie C. ... 146, 170, 247 Anschutz, Gary E 157, 247 Anthony, Patricia L 247 Apel, Darryl Reynold . 109, 247 Applebee, Monty D 247 Appleby, Frederick S. . 170, 247 Applegate, George L. 247 Applehans, Allen J 247 Arasmith, Rocky 247 Archer, James B 247 Archer, Terry Dean 247 Archer, Wayne L 154, 226 Archibald, Curtis H. .. 196, 247 Argo, Thomas L 226 Arias, Elsa 147, 162 Armbrust, Joyce Carol 247 Arndt, Charles Robert 247 Arneson, Shirley A. 146, 247 Arnett, Donald 0 247 Arnhold, Charlotte M. . 46, 247 Arnhold, Marilynn A. . 179, 247 Arnhold, Roselyn Kay 247 Arnold, Pamela Kay 247 Artists Lectures . 62-63, 80-81 Artz, Kenneth Dale 247 Asbill, Randy Edward 247 Aschenbrenner, Gerald 226 Ashley, Larry A 198, 247 Ashlock, Wanita M 247 Ashlock, Thomas F 247 Ashton, Bruce Kirk 143 Associated Women Students 46 Ater, James Leon Ill, 198, 247 Athons, David Eugene 247 Atkisson, Robert S 247 Augustine, Mary L. ... 140, 226 Augustine, Richard 247 Augustine, Nancy L 226 Augustine, Gerald 247 Ault, Connie 247 Austin, Eric L 226 Austin, Norman Perry . 196, 247 Austin, Patrice D 226 Avery, Catherine Ann .. 46. 247 Avery, Rozanne Leah . 171, 247 Awtrey, Margaret Ann 247 Axthelm, Judith Ann .. 146, 247 Ayers, Bud 171 Ayers, Marvin Jay 125, 247 Ayers, Pamela Eileen . 153, 247 Ayres. Brad L 247 Ayres. Karen Sue 247 B Baalman, Rosanne M 247 Bagbv. Rosemary A 247 Bagnell, Steve A 247 Bahm, Daryl L 247 Baier, Daniel E 188. 248 Bailey. Berny Lee 143, 248 Bailey, Carol Ann 172, 248 Bailey, James D 248 Bailey, John A 148, 248 Bailey, Sharroll Raye .. 158, 248 Bainter, Everett L 248 Bainter, Lyman N 248 Balding, Linda Jan 248 Balding, Ronald D. ... 118, 248 Baldwin, Marvin R. ... 154, 248 Baldwin, Teresa Lynn ... 51, 248 Ball. Linn Rena 248 Ballard, Connie J 46, 150, 248 Ballard, Robert A 161, 248 Ballard, Alva R 248 Ballard, Keith E 193, 248 Balloun, Randy D 226 Balthazor, Terrell M. .. 142, 248 Bamberger, Denise ... 150, 226 Bane, Sandra Louise 248 Bane, Randy Paul 158, 160, 248, 313 Bange, Edward William .... 248 Banker, Steven Lee 248 Banks, Sue A 226 Barber, Maria Celeste 153, 248 Barber, Sharia J. ... 45, 46, 154 Barclay, Royer C 248 Barker, Jack W 226 Barker, Roger L 248 Barlow, James B 226 Barlow, Melva J 226 Barnes, Donald W 226 Barnes, Jesse Lee 248 Barnes, Joyce L 248 Barnett, Gerald Wayne ... 144, 226 Barr, Marita J 248 Barr, William D 226 Barraque, Jesus Maria 162 Barraque, Maria Elena 162 Barrett, James P 121 Barron, Rose Mary ... 143, 170, 182, 203, 248 Bartlett, Wesley L. ... 128, 248 Bartkoski, Robert F. .. 109, 128, 248 Barton, Linda Kay 153, 248 Barton, Nancy Diane .. 248, 330 Barton, Richard 118 Barton, Valerie L 248 Basgall, James Lee 248 Basgall, Kay F 248 Baseball 128-131 Basketball 108-115 Bass, Janis Kay 248 Batchman, Kathleen A 248 Bauer, Ann Louise 226 Bauer, David A 171, 226 Bauer, Judy J. .. 138, 139, 140, 226 Baugher, Anna Marie . 170, 248 Baumann, Marlene K 248 Baxter, James D. . 168, 196, 226 Baxter, Randall W 45, 138, 186, 226 Baxter, Thomas Alan . 168, 177, 196, 226 Beal, Deanna Kay 143, 248 Beaker, Tom 177 Bean, Dennis D. ... 97, 198, 227 Bear, Kay 248 Bear, Richard E. . 142, 148, 212, 248 Bearded Joe 79 Bearley, Robert Leon . 143, 249 Beasley, Rex Gene .... 188, 249 Beatty, Thomas L 97, 249 Beaty, Diana K 153, 249 Beaupeurt, Edward L 249 Bechtel, Roger L 227 Beclcer, Anita Joy 170, 249 Becker, Barbara D 249 Becker, Jackie Kay ... 153, 249 Becker, Marilyn J 249 Beckley, Beverly Lynn 249 Beckley, Glen E 249 Beckman, Marie Eileen 249 Beebe, Gwe n A. .. 87, 180, 249 Beer, Onalee, Ellen 249 Beesley, Clara J 146, 249 Beesley, Linda Ann ... 146, 249 Beesley, Rex 177 Beezley, Curtis R 121, 227 Beezley, George E. ... 144, 249 Beezley, LaVonne 227 Befort, Harold F 65, 249 Befort, James 1 227 Befort, Sandra M 169, 172, 249 Befort, Sharon L 148, 249 Befort, Tanis K 227 Befort, Thomas T 160, 227 Begnoche, Francis Kay 250 Belcher, Jerry Vin 250 Bell, Dennis Lee 157, 170 Bell, Donald G 227 Bell, James Ray 142, 250 Bell, Rise Dale .. 153, 158, 250, 333 Bell, Sharon 163 Bellerive, Katherine .. 179, 150, 250 Belt, William Eric 143, 148 Benda, Christine L 250 Benda, Linda Lee 250 Bendel, Janice L 143, 182, 250 Benedick, Peggy Lynn 250 Benfield, Gary D 250 Bennett, David Loren 250 Bennett, Marvin L 227 Bennett, Terry Jo 142, 250 Benoit, James E 161 Bentley, Ian R 51 Berger, Ronald D 190, 227 Bergman, Betty Rae 250 Bergren, Judith E 46, 250 Berquist, Janice L 158, 250 Berry, Cheryl Ann 162, 250 Berry, David V. ... 50, 212, 250 Berry, Jerry M 49 Berry, Phyllis Gayle 250 Berry, Richard M 250 Berry, Stuart M 227 Best Dressed Coed 79 Beta Beta Beta 149 Bettenbrock, Alice L 250 Bettenbrock, Ann M 250 Beyer, Ellen Kay . 143, 161, 250 Beymer, Gary C 186, 227 Bickford, Barbara I. ... 71, 138, 139, 140, 166, 177, 180, 227 Bieber, Marcia Ann 250 Bieberly, John S 193, 227 Bieker, James M 250 Bieker, Richard L 250 Biermann, Angela J 148 Biggs, Clarence E 148 Biggs, Tonya R. . 58, 60, 61, 250 Biggs, Vivian Leigh 250 Bigham, Jamie Sue ... 142, 250 Billinger, Linda Sue 250 Billinger, Mary 250 Billinger, Mike L 227 Billinger, Rita 227 Billingsley, John P 97 Bills, Gary Duane 250 Bills, Sheila L 250 Billups, Kenneth Ray .. 151, 250 Binder, Donald Duane 250 Binder, Ernest J 250 Bingaman, Conna M. . 158, 250 Birdsdell, Joyce 163 Birney, Lorna Ann 250 Bisel, Donna Lou 250, 333 Bittel, Elaine A 170 Bittel, Janet E 160, 227 Bittel, Steven George 250 Bitter, Jerry L 227 Bixenman, Pauline C. . 147, 160, 161, 162, 250 Black, Cathy Jo 250 Blackburn, Robert L. .. 188, 227 Blackwelder, Kenneth 250 Blackwood, D. Annette 161, 250 Blair, Connie J 227 Blake, Sandra J 250 Blank, Janice Jean ... 143, 163, 182, 251 Blank, Jerry Arthur 251 Blank, Larry Harold 251 Blank, Susan Gale 146, 251 Blankenship, Vicki 251 Blauer, Gary Alan 68, 175 Blauer, Jack D 160, 227 Blazek, Donald L 188, 227 Blecha, Stephen V. ... 151, 186, 251 Bleem, Raymond 162 Blehm, Marilyn A 251 Blount, Richard T 148, 251 Blum, Raymond A 251 Blundell, Betty Lou 251 Board of Regents 17 Bobinmyer, James E. .. 158, 251 Boedeker, Alvin E 227, 336 Boeding, Colleen A 251 Boehmer, Stephen W. . 105, 251 Boehner, Ernest D 227 Boehner, Stephen Jay 125 Boepple, Dennis R 251 Bohm, Arlene Mae 251 Bohm, Michael J 227 Boland, Sharleen Kay 251 Bollig, Herbert 251 Bollig, Mary Sue 179, 251 Bollig, Robert J 251 Bolt, Barbara I. ... 46, 156, 159, 251 Bolton, Laurence W 171 Bondurant, Gary Ross 251 Bongartz, Lynda L 45, 156, 159, 162, 227 Bookhouser, Deanna 161 Boor, Judy M 251 Boor, Leon J 139 Boor, Raymond B 227 Booth, David Thomas 251 Booth, Mary Jane 159, 251 Borger, Ronald E 251 Borth, Belinda Elaine . 153, 251, 333 Bouchey, Carla Jean 251 1207 Cedar 625-3429 We are proud to be the cleaning headquarters for Fort Hays, Kansas State College as well as FHS students. Bouchey, Marilyn K. .. 140, 160, 227 Bowell, Darrel Dean ... 170, 251 Bowen, Fred Thomas 144 Bowen, Mary Kay 163 Bowles, Dwight D 190, 251 Bowman, Gerald Dean . 97, 144, 227 Bowman, Pamela 163 Boyd. Barbara K. . 153, 251, 317 Boyd, Nancy J 46, 251 Boyer, Calene B 65 Brack, Dennis W 251 Braden, John Buckley . 186, 251 Bradley, Lynne S 185, 251 Bramscher, Kimberly A. ... 167, 251 Branum, Theresa Jo ... 179, 251 Brass Choir 171 Bratton, Kent Maynard 251 Braun, James L 251 Bray. Bill G 108, 109, 113 Bray, David K 227 Bray, Paulette Ann 227 Bray, Vivian Jane 169, 251 Brehm, Gary Lynn 251 Bremser, Katherine R 251 Brening, Elizabeth A. . 150, 170, 251 Brent, Edward Eugene 252 Brent, Raymond Hale 252 Brenzikofer. Diane M 180 Bretton, Darrell D 252 Bretz, Gordon Lee 252 Breta, Richard Frank .. 142, 252 Brian, Mary L 252 Briggeman, Sue Elaine 252 Brin, Larry Joe 144, 252 Brindle, Catherine 227 Brinkoeter, Rae J 179, 227 Brinkley, Dwight W 252 Brock, John H 224 Brock, Robed Ray ... 118, 196, 252 Brockmeier, Sylvia E 227 Brodbeck, John L 252 Brodbeck, Kathy Ann 252 Broeckelman, Judith .. 150, 227 Brokenicky, Philip M. . 142, 252 Brookhouser, Deanna L 227 Brookover, Mary L 46, 252 Brooks, Barbara J 252 Brooks, Brian W 170, 252 Brooks, Loel Ann 139, 252 Brooks, Michael M. ... 186, 227 Brouillette, Brian C 252 Brower, Arnold Jerome 252 Brown. Alice C. .. 158, 179, 252 Brown, Christine 174 Brown, Elton Benson 227 Brown, Gerry Wayne 252 Brown, Harold Martin 252 Brown, Harry Don 252 Brown, Joanne ... 139, 159, 227 Brown, Michael Steven 252 Brown, Nora Floyde 252 Brown, Patricia Lee 252 Brown, Stephen James 198, 252 Brown, Stewart A 252 Brown, Tommy E 253 Brown, Virginia L 253 Brownell, Royanne L 253 Browning, Emma J 253 Brubaker, Elizabeth J. . 179, 253 Bruce, Ruth Ann 163 Bruin, Dick 105. 125, 253 Brull, Paulette M. .y, 253 Brungardt, Earl J. . . 228 Brungardt, Lawrence J. ... 128, 228 Brungardt, Sally Ann 253 Bruning, James Neil 253 Brunson, Charles A 228 Bryant, David D 253 Buchanan, Beverly J. .. 153, 253 Buchanan, Douglas B 253 Buckman, Cleo 228 Buehler, Arthur R 175 Buehler, John M 169, 171 Buehler, Richard D 228 Buer, Bruce 253 Buinger, Gene A 159 Bunker, Gerald R 224 Bunker, Lynn Thomas .. 154, 253 Bunker, Shirley Mae 253 Bunselmeyer, Leonard 253 Burd, Richard R 190, 253 Burdge, Linda Sue ... 143, 158, 167, 253 Burg, Elaine F. ... 147, 160, 228 Burgardt, Lester J 253 Burge, Janet Dee 253 Burger, Cheryl Kay 253 Burger, Rolin E 228 Burk, Michael Glenn . 118, 196, 253 Burke, Byron T 149, 253 Burke, George D 224 Burke, Larry Bruce ... 177, 196, 253 Burke, Vicki L 253 Burkhardt, Jerry Dean 253 Burkhart, Kenneth C 97, 99 Burkhead, Leland L 253 Burley, John M. . 141, 169, 171, 175, 228 Burnett, Mary C 51, 228 Burnett, Max Eugene 142 Burns, James Byron ... 170, 253 Burns, Mary A 253 Burrell, Julia L. .. 168, 170, 253 Burrows, Dale Vann 254 Busch, Robert Carl ... 151, 254 Buser, Daniel Thomas 254 Buser, Gabriel J 228 Bushnell, Sheryl Sue .. 185, 254 Button, Robert D 254 Button, Thomas H 151 Byard, Dennis Lee 254 Byerley, Thomas L 154 C Cahoj, Ronald Louis 254 Cain, Thomas M 228 Caldarulo, Martha L 228 Caldwell, Linda Lee .. 161, 254 Call, Jack Dean 195, 254 Call, Jerry R 254 Call, Jimmie L 228 Call. Thomas J 254 Callaway, Howard D 254 Callaway, Pansy Beth . 158, 254 Callaway, Paula Anne 254 Calnan, Craig A 254 Camelio, Michael C 254 Calvery, Wayne Bryan 254 Campbell, Douglas P. . 188, 254 Campbell, Earlene K 254 Campbell, Ronald D 254 Canfield, Beth A 228 Cannon, Michael P. ... 195, 228 Capp, George L 149 Capp, Karen 163 Capps, Debra Deeann 142, 254 Carballo, Graciella 162 Carl, Lucy J 254 Carlin, Dan Paul 254 Carlin, Roger Eugene 105, 107, 125, 190. 254 Carlisle, E. Clair 158, 254 Carlon, Cheryl Ann 153 Carlon, Tommy Lynn 254 Carlson, James A 254 Carlson, Jennie L 147, 254 Carlson, Michelle T 228 Carlson, Robert G 254 Carlson, Susan J 254 Carmichael, John B. .. 143, 154, 254 Carpenter, Charles E 254 Carper, Phillip Max 254 Carr, Roger Jay 121, 254 Carsten, Cheryl Ann .. 158, 254 Carswell, Terry Ruth ... 46, 156, 254 Carter, Allan Neil 170, 254 Carter, David Lewis .. 170, 254 Carter, Dwight F 254 Cartlidge, Jerry M 254 Case, Carl Randolph . 144, 228 Case, Jon B 143, 154, 161, 254 Case, Linda 163 Case, Victor Edd 254 Casey, Karen Sue 254 Casey, Sarah Jean .... 153, 254 Casey, Thomas E 254 Casida, Gloria Kay 255 Cassen, Peter H 188, 255 Cates, Jerry G 125 Catlin. Sharon Sue 255 Cavanaugh, John S 255 Caywood. Kenny D. ... 97, 101 Chaffin, Betty 1 228 Chaffin. Paul D 151. 255 Chain, James S 143, 255 Chan, David Waikey .. 148, 255 Chance, Jody Ann 255 Chancy, Terry F 255 Chandler, Charles N. . 154, 255 Channel!, Albert B 255 Channell, Duane Lynn . 109, 122 Chappel, Reatha Jo 255 Chappel, Ronda L 255 Chastain, Rae Ann 255 Cheerleaders 166 Chegwidden. Douglas 149 Chemistry Club 149 Chen, Stanley 148 Cheney, L. Merrill 255 Chesser, Florence F 255 Chester, Ronald Wayne ... 158, 255 Chick, Stephen D 255 Childers, Steven R 227 Chilson, Elizabeth 255 Chinn, Dennis B 255 Chipman, Clark D 45, 139, 227 Chittenden, Robert A 255 Chlumsky, Barbara 1 255 Chlumsky, Mary Jane 159 Christensen, Dane E 255 Christensen, Delwin 227 Christensen, Leona L 255 Christensen, William 255 Christian, Mary E 255 Christman, Josephine 152 Chronister, Jeanne A 142, 152, 170, 255 Chung, Sung Hae .... 147, 163, 255 Claassen, Damaris P 255 Clarinet Choir 174 Clark, Catherine L. ... 146, 255 Clark, Ivan Lee 255 Clark, Jim Dale 196, 255 Clark, Nelda Irene 255 Clarke, Kirby Joe 255 Clark, Rhonda Sue ... 150, 255 Claudel, Janet 163 Claudel, Paul Ernest 255 Claussen, James E 228 Claycamp, Terry A 97, 103 Cleaves, Neil E 228 Clements, Joseph E. .. 143, 154, 228 Cleveland. Terry L. ... 122, 138, 139, 144, 228 Cline, Dixie Dae 150, 255 Cline, Rex Owen 228 Cline, Carolyn J 228 Clites, Angela Coleen 255 Clotfelter, Bonnie M. . 180, 255 Clotfelter, Cortland .. 186, 255 Cloutman, Donald G 139, 149, 228 Cloutman, Jackie G 255 Coady, Janet Faye ... 153, 255 Coady, Mary Ann 153, 255 Coady, Patrica Anne 255 Coash, Ronald James 255 Cobb, Hubert L 228 Cody, Connie E 228 Coffin, James Adrian . 128, 256 Coffman, Maudine R 256 Cohoon, Vicki Jean 256 Colclazier, John E 256 Cole, Douglas Leon ... 149, 256 Cole. Richard C. . 78. 177, 188, 228 Coleman. Richard M 256 Collegiate 4-H Club 158 Collegiate Young Democrats 156 Collegiate Young Republicans 156 Collier, Henry E 256 Collier, Lauren L 180, 256 Collins, Alvin Lee 256 Collins, Terry S 158 Colyer, Linda J 256, 328 Comeau, Perry J 228 Conant, Charles D 228 Conard, Barbara A 256 Conard, Susan K 138, 139, 182, 228 Concert Choir 173 Condra, Clarence C 256 Conkright, Charles D 256 Conley, Eileen Faye 256 Connor, Karla Jo 153, 256 Connor, Katha Jill 256 Conrad, Joan Kay 150, 256 Conrad, Rand A 256 Constable, Steve K 228 Constable, Vicki 163 Converse, Barbara Jo 162, 179, 256 Converse, Carole R. .. 162, 256 Cook, Kenneth Joe ... 159, 256 Cook, Mildred Joan 256 Cook. Rodney John 256 Cook, Teresa Jean 256 Cooley, Virginia Anne 150, 182, 256 Cooper, Cynthia Lynn 257 Cooper, Linda K 228 Cooper, Rex, Grover .. 45, 159, 257 Coover, Kenneth Wynn ... 151, 257 Cope, Nancy Lynn 257 Corder, Craig D 257 Corder, Joseph R 198, 257 Corcter, Michael A. ... 190, 228 Cormack, Stanley L 97 Corn, M. Lynn 46, 79, 257 Corry, Beth Anne 179, 257 Costello, William C 257 Coup, Curtis D 188, 228 Coupal, Mona R 229 Coursen, John David .. 193, 257 Courtney, Lavern L 159 Couture, Edith M 257 Cousland, Craig R. ... 193, 229 Covey, Donna Lea 257 Covey, Gary Vernon 257 Covington, John B 97 Cowan, Eloise Ann .... 146, 257 Cox, Beverly Jo 170 Cox, Edward D 121 Cox, J. Paul 159, 162, 257 Cox, Linda Sue 257 Cox, Linda Lu 57 Cox, Larry G 257 Cox, Phyllis Ann . 142, 154, 257 Cox, Roseann E 257 Crabbs. Clarence W. ...... 229 Craig. Donald Lee 257 Cramer, Ronnie Lee .. 143, 257 Crane, Donald Arthur 257 Cranston, Steve Craig 151, 195, 257 Crawford. Peggy Lou 257 Creathbaum, David M 257 Cress, Donald C 257 Cress, Fred Gale 97 Cripe, Leslie E 257 Crist, Carole J 257 Criswell, Janice G 257 Critchfield, Stephen .. 195, 257 Crites. Larry W 229 Croft, Bruce Martin 257 Croft, Linda Carol 257 Cropp, Hazel, Mae 257 Cross Country 104-107 Cross, Janet Lee 257 Cross, John Earl 195, 257 Crow, Janet Kay 257 Crow, Linnea 163 Cummings. Ronald W. . 97, 100 Cummins, Cindy L. .. 146, 156, 257 Cussen, Kathleen Ann 257 Custer Hall 205-208 Cuthbertson, David C 257 Cyr, Gail A 154, 188. 229 Cyr, Janice Faye 161, 229 D Dailey, John Leslie 257 Daily, C. James 158 Daily, Debra Ann 179, 257 Daily, Senda Idell 150 Daise, Gerald W 229 Daisy Mae 79 Dale, Owen E 188, 257 Dalton, Lela J 163 Dames Club 145, 163 Daniel, Linda Bea 258 Daniels, Cindy Lou 258 Daniels, Craig A 258 Daniels, Daryl L 229 Daniels, Judith K 258 Daniels, Patricia Ann . 158, 258 Danner, Jean K. . 139, 140, 229 Darnell, Brenda E 258 Darr, Dana Adel 258 David, Nancy Mae 258 Davidson, Charles L 97 Davidson, Lynann J 258 Davidson, Tom Darwin 258 Davis, Alberta Mary 258 Davis, Dona J 139, 229 Davis, James T 229 Davis, Janis L 180, 229 Davis, Martha Jean 46 Davis, Sheila Sue 258 Dawes, Doreen M 163 Dawes, Larry E 161 Dawson, Joe L 258 Day, Leonard C 258 Day, Roberta Alene .. 158, 258 Deal, Terry D 198, 258 Dean, Jerry Lynn 258 Dean, Jill Suzanne 258 Dearden, Janet E 258, 334 Deatrich, Geneva J 229 Debauche. Jane A. ... 162, 258 Debes, Fredrick D 188, 258 Debes, Robert Leon 258 Debey, Gary Gene 258 Debolt, Buford E 170, 258 Dechant, Jerald F 229 Deeds, Robert J 258 Dedrickson, Gordon R 258 Deen, Robert Alva 258 Degarmo, Larry R 229 Degarmo, Rodger C. . 230, 258 Degenhart, Howard Fay ... 151 De Good, Alan L 143 DeHaven, Denny Leon 258 DeHaven, Everett D. .. 170, 258 DeHaven, Martha L 258 Deines, Bonnie E 143, 258 Deines. Dan S. .. 121, 159, 188, 258 Deines, Ernest J. .. 45, 157, 230 Deines, Hubert D 143 Deines, Janet L 174 Deines, Kelly Burk .... 121, 142, 149, 258 Deines, Larry D 157, 230 Deines, William Earl 258 Deitner, Pam 163 Dell, Paula K 258 Dellinger, Robert J 258 Delta Sigma Phi 188-189 Delta Tau Alpha 148 Delta Zeta 180-181 Del Vecchio, Sandra D 258 Demay, Robert James . 198, 230 Dempsey, Wayne R. .. 151, 230 Denison, Sally Ann ... 179, 258 Denning, Larry W. ... 160, 230 Denning, Maxine F. ... 180, 258 Dennis, Danny E 258 Dennis, David T 160, 230 Denny, Charles A 230 Denny, Karla 258 Denton, Victoria Ann 150 Depe, Janet L. .. 161, 182, 230 De Piesse, Larry Joe .. 162, 258 Depperschmidt, Gloria .... 179, 258 Desmarteau, Richard A. ... 258 Dettmer, Craig Lynn 259 Deutscher, Steven J. .. 151, 230 Dewees, Martha Ann 259 Dewey, Carolyn J 259 Dexter, Kraig 198, 259 Dexter, Kris K 259 Dey, Robert H. .. 154, 190, 259 Deyoe, Sheryl Sue 259 Dibble. Max Linn 259 Dibble, Marsha Jean .. 50, 170, 259 Dible, David James ... 195, 259 Dible, Deresa Jean ... 153, 259 Dick, Dona Lou 259 Dickerson, Crystal K. .. 179, 259 Dickson, Vickie L 138, 139, 158, 230 Dieckhoff, Foster G 148 Diemer, George Robert . . . 224 Dierberger, Sam Lloyd .... 116, 186, 259 Diers, Leon Allen 259 Dietz, Carol Ann 259 Dietz, Raydene Glen 259 Dietz, Richard Elwood . 162, 259 Dietz, Vicki Lynn 182, 259 Dimond, Sherryl K 230 Dinkel, Carol Jean 259 Dinkel, Father Harvey 148 Dinkel, Gerald John 259 Dinkel, James A 128, 130 Dinkel, Patricia A 161, 259 Dinkel, William Paul 259 Dirks, Arthur Lee 90, 230 Dirks, John M 230 Ditus, Douglas Leon 259 Ditus, Gregory S 259 Ditus, Sharon Kay 259 Divel, Larry Ray 198, 259 Dixon, Brenda Irene .. 185, 259 Dixon, Nancy Jane 259 Dobrick, Dennis S 198, 230 Dodd, Frank Preston .. 193, 230 Doerschlag, John W 259 Dolechek, Mary L 259 Donahey, Daryl Lee 259 Donahey, Linda 1 71. 140, 182, 230 Donahey, Terry Ralph 259 Donart, Jolene K 259 Donart, Marilyn Sue 259 Donovan, Pat J 118 Donto, Ahmadullah 230 Doubrava, David M 230 Douthit, Joyce 158, 259 Doxon, Cynthia Kay .. 143, 259 Dowdell, Sharyn 163, 259 Drach, W. Tearel 160, 195, 230 Dragoo, Doris Ann ... 153, 154, 259 Drake, Larry Keith 259 Drees, Mary Ann 161, 259 Dreiling, Bernice A. .. 230, 150 Dreiling, Carol J 259 Dreiling, Diane 259 Dreiling, Eugene A. ... 188, 259 Dreiling, John M 195, 259 Dreiling, Kathleen 230 Dreiling, Leslie A. ... 138, 139, 141, 230 Dreiling, Linda Susan . . 42, 260 Dreiling, Lynda Sue 160 Dreiling. Michaelyn A 85 Dreiling, Rene F 260 Dreiling, Richard Lee ... 96, 97, 98, 103 Driscoll, Joyce Lynn .. 153, 260 Drosselmeyer, Wesley 143, 148, 260 Dryden, Elizabeth R. .. 150, 170 Dudrey, David L 169, 171, 175, 230 Duell, Clarence Duane 260 Duell, Dorothy Ann 160 Dugan, John Edward . 161, 260, 336 Dumler, Dennis Wayne 260 Dumler, Joanne 260 Duncan, Karen Lee ... 146, 158, 230 Duncan, Susan Gayle . 180, 260 Duncan, William R. ... 158, 260 Dunekack, Larry Dale . 125, 260 Dunham, Dwight John . 151, 224 Dunham, Jacqueline J 224 Dunn, Gary Allan 97, 260 Dunning, Earl Lynn 260 Dural!, Carolyn Kay 260 Duran, Jerome C 105, 125 Duryee, Donald Dean 260 Dusin, Karl Paul 260 Dutton, Ruth 163 Dyche, Eldonna Lou .. 169, 170, 260 Dyche, James Elmer 260 E Earle, William 196, 260 Eaton, Charles R 151, 230 Eaton, Robb W 170, 260 Eberhart, Marva Sue .. 150, 260 Ebright, Beverly Ann .. 50, 182, 230, 329 Echard, Dennis W 260 Echer, Steven J 260 Eck, P. John . 45, 142, 160, 188, 260 Eckert, Michael E 260 Eckhart, Linda Lee 161 Edgingfon, Wilbur L 260 Edgington, Ed 151 Edgmon, Diana K. ... 140, 150, 230 Edmondson. Nancy Sue ... 180, 260 Edwards, Mary Ann 260 Egbert, Reta G 146 Eggleston, Gary Van 121 Ehmke, Clifford Duane 260 Ehrlich, Carol E 260 Ehrlich, Jeffrey P. .. 142, 154, 260 Ehrlich. Judy L. .. 148, 179, 260 Ehrlich, Randolph A 260 Eichman, James F 260 Eichman, Raymon Lee 260 Eickmann, Steven R. ... 97, 260 Eilers, Gloria J. .. 158, 170, 260 Eilert, Stanley R 260 Einsel, Rodney R 158, 196, 230 Eisenhour, Katharine .. 138, 230 Elder, Grady Franklyn 118, 154, 260 Elder, Phillip Lee 177, 196, 260 Elder, Sharon Elaine 260 Eller, Stephen Cecil 51 Elliott. Charles H 260 Elliott. D. Allen 162, 260 Elliott, Dwight E 262 Elliott, Vicki 262 Ellis, Richard W 230 Elmore, Eldon Lewis 262 Elniff, Marlene 152, 262 Elniff, Ronald D 262 Elsasser, Douglas C 230 Emery, Barbara J. . 46, 140, 180 Emmert, Larry Leo 262 Emory, Lena Mae 262 Eneff, Darrel Lee 193, 262 Enfield, Sally Jean 46, 262 Engel. John E 121, 262 Engelland. Kathy Sue 262 Engler, William Leon 262 Engstrand, Madessta M. ... 262 Enrollment 55 Eppinger, David R. ... 169, 171, 174, 196, 230 Epsilon Pi Tau 151 Erbert, Terrence F. ... 121, 195, 262 Erickson, Charles L 262 Erickson, James L 230 Ernst, Dennis Dean ... 143, 262 Ernst, Phyllis J 153, 262 Erway, Lyle Dee 186, 262 Eschbaugh, Gretchen L. ... 262 Esfeld, Jane F 262 Essmiller, Barbara A 262 Estes, Maynard L 97, 144, 160, 190, 230 Estes, Michael Lynn .. 125, 190, 262 Eswein, Robert Larry 262 Eta Rho Epsilon 146 Eubank, Charles D. ... 148, 193, 262 Evans, Diane K 262 Evans, Jeannette M. .. 169, 171, 174, 175, 230 Evans, Kay Ellen 262 Evans, Linda Ordway 262 Evans, Marsha Lynne 262 Evans, William Louis .. 157, 262 Everett, Frances E 262 F Fabrizlus, Michelin L. . 262, 334 Facklam, Donald D. ... 159, 230 348 Facklam, Kathleen R. . 153, 230 Faculty Woman of the Year . 43 Fagan, Raymond Dale 157, 262 Fagerquist, Lois 146, 230 Faimon, Gary L 231 Fajardo, Hilda V. 46 Farahnak, Parviz V. ... 147, 262 Farmer, Judy 163 Farmer, Richard K 231 Farney, Thomas E 262 Farr, Velma Jane 185 Farrell. Michael K 44, 138, 139, 193, 231 Faulkender, Roger L. ... 97, 101 Faulkner, Katheryn F 262 Faurot, Robert A 128, 262 Fawcett, Janet Lynn 262 Fehrenbacher, Lonnie 262 Fehrman, Victoria E. .. 153, 262 Fiekert, Larry Keith 118 Feist, Kenneth L. . 97, 139, 151, 231 Feist. Mary A 162, 262 Felbush, Roxanna D 163 Fellers, Shauna K 262 Feltes, Allan J 231 Fenwick, Charlene R 231 Ferguson, Vearl F 196, 262 Ferguson, Virginia L 262 Ferland, Janet Marie 263 Fick, John William 263 Fickel, Roger D 231 Ficken, John Wayne .. 158, 231 Fielder, Ronald Scott 263 Fieser, Frank T 231 Fieser, Sheila 163 File, Daniel J 263 Finch, James Lester 157 Fink, Donalea ... 143, 159, 162, 263 Finkenbinder, John M 263 Finney, Marsha Ellen 263 Finnin, Mike L 83, 177 Fischer, Kenneth Ray 263 Fischer, William H. ... 188, 263 Fischli. Ronald D 138, 141, 153, 231 Fisher, Harvey L 231 Fisher, James Dale 231 Fisher, Kathryn Ann ... 46, 153, 263 Fisher, Richard Paul 263 Fisher, Rolland D 128, 196, 263 Fisher, Ruth E 231 Fiskel, R. D 158 Fixsen, Dennis L 193, 263 Flagler, Charlene L. .. 161, 263 Flagler, Deborah 263 Flagler, Marcia G 263 Flaherty. Stephen L 263 Flakus, Mary Ann 263 Flavin, James P 231 Flax, Mary Elizabeth . 146, 147, 263 Fleharty, Jackie A. ... 138, 231 Fleharty, Lynn A 231 Folmnsbee, Christine 263 Fong, Li Ren 148 Font, Javier Jimenez 263 Football 96-103 Foran, Roger E 143 Foran, Thomas J 97 Forbes, Francis D 148 Forell, Patricia Kay 263 Forque, Donald R 231 Forney, Eldene 163, 263 Foristal, David W 195, 263 Forsberg, Roger E. ... 190, 263 Fort, Cheryl Kristine .. 180, 263 Fort Hays Civic Symphony Orchestra 175 Fort Hays Singers 171 Foster, Alton R 171, 231 Foster, Rhea 171, 175 Fought, Donald G 263 Fox, David Giles 263 Fox, Steven L 195, 263 Fox, Trudy Dell 167, 263 Frack, Sharis 143, 263 Fram, Kenneth L 231 Frahm, Sheila G 224 Francis, D. Clifton 263 Francisco, John F. ... 169, 174, 175, 231 Frank, Ronald E 175 Franke, Thomas J 143, 263 Frazier. Joe Allen 177, 180, 263 Freeborn, Kathryn G 263 Freed, Douglass L 224 Freeman, Corliss L 231 Freitag, Lila J 263 French Club 163 French, Wilma Yvonne .... 167, 174, 263 French, Leslie Carla 263 Frey, Jon G 231 Frick, James Ronald 263 Friederich, Randall D 263 Friedly, Douglas D 263 Friesen, Susan E 142, 263 Frigon, Harvey Lynn 263 Frisbie, Glenda Marie 142, 263 Fritz, Theodore R 97, 263 Fritzemeier, Don L 231 Fritzemeier, Jo C 231 Fritzemeier, Maurice 264 Frownfelter, Mickey .. 139, 231 Frydendali, Larry M 264 Frye, Dianna Lou 264 Fryman, Dudley J 231 Fuller, Jeffry Lynn 264 Fuller. Raymond Todd 156, 264 Fulwider, Leanne L. ... 170, 264 Funk, Eloise Kay 170 Funk, Janet J 231 Funk, Victoria Rae 264 Furlough 84-85 Fussell, Robert D 117 Fyler, Elizabeth Ann 264 G Gabel, Dale Leon 264 Gagelman, Merlin Dale ... 151, 231 Gagelman, Rita L 231 Galligos, Carl D 144, 231 Gardner, Jack D 158, 264 Gardner, Linda L 161, 264 Gardner, Marilyn E 146 Garetson, Debra Sue 264 Garetson, Chloe 264 Garetson, Jerra Lynn . 153, 264 Garetson, Jesse J 151, 264 Garrett, Donna M 231 Garrett, Doyle W 190, 264 Garrett, Larry Eugene 264 Garver, Meredith J. .. 185, 204, 264 Garwood, Jan Dierks 177 Gaschler, Dennis Carl 264 Gaschler, Janet Sue 264 Gaskell, Michael Lynn 109, 264 j :■ 8? ■ 7y (cJ Janny Alexander admires the selection at . . . PINK PONY FLOWERS 705 Main St. 628-8513 fyoni Jicufi JtiHaoln-MeAcutuf, One. 1 2th and Vine St. 628-8243 Don Rodebaugh studies the power parts of a ' 68 Cougar. 349 Gasper, Kenneth Allen 97 Gassner, Carolyn S. .. 153, 254 Gates, James 231 Gaul, Cynthia Diane .. 146, 264 Geering, Ruth Ellen .. 182, 264 Geist, Lois Ann 264 Geist, Mary Lou 264 Geist, Stephen Lee 97 Gengler, Kathleen S 264 Georg, Joy M 160 Georg, Kathlyn M 171 Georgeson, John D. .. 124, 125 Gerber, Larry J. . 109, 170, 196, 264 Gerber, Steve Craig 170 Gerberding, Bonnie M 264 Gere, Mary M 231 Gerhardt, Paul F 264 German Club 162 Germany, Walter C 264 Gerstner, Richard J 264 Gesink, Robert W. ... 149, 224 Gesink, Sheryl lone 264 Getty, Allen S 264 Getty, Carlton A 231 Getty, Suzanne Kaye 264 Geyer, Merle Gordon 264 Giacobbe, Joseph 161, 224 Gibeau, Carolyn R 264 Gibson, Connie Vanine ... 154, 158, 264 Gideon, Terry Glenn ... 97, 264 Gieber, Lana Jean ... 171, 264 Gieber, Philip Terry ... 49, 264 Giebler, Marlene M 264 Giebler, Sharon Ann .. 161, 264 Gienger, Gwyn Allyn . 153, 264 Giese, Barbara Ann ... 180, 265 Giese, Mark L 44, 45, 116, I 17, 144, 186, 225, 231 Giess, Rodney A 231 Gilbert, Clarence H. . 125 ,126, 190, 265 Gilbert, Doris L 265 Gilbert, Norlan Joe ... 174, 265 Gilbreath, Cynthia H 265 Gilbreath, Ronald D. . 151, 265 Gilchrist, Rachel F. ... 45, 182, 265 Giles, Pamela Marie 265 Giles, Sheila M 156 Giles, Vicki Lynn 149, 158, 170, 265 Gilg, Carol Sue 146, 265 Gill, Cynthia Y 231 Gillott, Patricia Ann 265 Gilmore, Julia Leith 265 Gilmore, Virginia K. . 140, 153, 177, 185, 231 Gingraux, Daniel M. .. 118, 265 Gingraux, John D 151 Ginther, Jane Marie .. 170, 265 Gish, Daniel C 159 Gish, Rodney Wayne 231 Givens, Donald R 224 Glantz, June L 265 Glatt, Boni M 265 Glaze, Eldon W 232 Glaze, Errol R 157 Gleason, Darryl W. ... 170, 265 Gleason, Gregory J. .. 161, 265 Glick, Sondra A 162, 232 Glick, Steven Francis 265 Gnuse, Sharon Kay 265 Goates, Ronald D 97, 125 Gobin, Sharolyn Kay .. 150, 265 Goddard, Ricky Dean 265 Goddard, Terrie Lea 265 Goetz, Becky Ann .... 177, 182, 265 Goetz, Thomas Lee 265 Goetz, Twila Marie 265 Goings, Maridell I. ... 170, 265 Goldstein, Eddy S 265 Golf 120-121 Gooch, Gina S 169, 171 Goodpaster, Bonnie S 265 Goodrow, Jane Ellen .. 146, 232 Goodrow, Janet Kay .. 167, 265 Goodwin, Janice L 266 Goodwin, Kent L 160, 232 Goodwin, Susan E 140, 232 Gordon, Lin Harvey 266 Gordon, Michele K 266 Gordon, Phyllis Rae 266 Gore, Mary E 156, 266 Governor Docking 17 Gottschalk, Kim J. ... 138, 141, 122, 232 Gottschalk, Timothy E 266 Gourley, Glenda Jo .. 142, 266 Graber, Forest D 41, 138, 139, 232 Graber, Stephanie S 266 Graduate Students 224 Graduation 92-93 Graf, Janice Fay 266 Graf, Joyce P 143 Graham, Cathy Eileen 168, 266 Graham, Sharon Irene 167, 266 Grandstaff, Kitty J 266 Grant, Linda E 170, 266 Grauer, Eileen R 152, 232 Grauer, Paul F 232 Grauerholz, Jo Ann ... 162, 266 Graver, Robin E 162, 266 Graves, Helen G 232 Graves, Patricia Ann 266 Graves, Roger Mack 266 Gray, Alan M 266 Gray, Cynthia Sue ... 158, 169, 174, 266 Gray, Robert E 232 Greek Week 82-83 Greene, Karen 266 Greenway, Tom L 190, 266 Gregg, Douglas W 266 Gregg, Judy S. . 166, 170, 180, 266 Gregg, Robert L 232 Gregory, Richard L 232 Greiner, Harold D 266 Grennan, John P 266 Greving, William Jay . 109, 115 Griese, Joan 266 Griffin, Janet Marie 266 Griffin, Larry Dean 266 Griffith, Scott Dee 266 Grigsby, Alan E 188, 232 Grigsby, Rose 163 Grimsley, Gary Cecil . 232, 266 Grizzell, Connie 163 Grizzell, Dennis E 266 Grizzell, Rodger E 233 Gronewoller, Francis . 144, 196, 266 Grover, Peggy Ann ... 148, 266 Grubb, Harold Glenn 224 Grunwald, Glen Lester .... 156, 266 Grusing, Lavon Evelyn 266 Grusing, Linda Beth 266 Gum, Dianne L. .. 50, 138, 139, 153, 154, 233 Gumescheimer, Henrietta . . 329 Gump, Donna M 146, 233 Gunn, James Fredrick 151 Gustin, Karen Maureen .... 233 Guthrie, Deborah Sue 266 Guttery, John Alan 266 Guyer, Linda Sue 143, 266 Gwinner, Charles C. .. 125, 266 Gymnastics 1 16-1 17 H Haage, Deborah A .... 266 Haas, Dorothy M 266 Haas, Judith Marie 266 Haberman, Donald R 151 Haberman, Maurice J 151, 266 Habiger, Roberta Ann ISO Habiger, John K 267 Hachmeister, Bruce M 267 Hachmeister, Laah M 166, 185, 267 Hadley, Carole Leann 167 Hafenstine, Icle Faye 267 Haffner, Mary Frances 267 Hager, Jeris Lee 267 Hagerman, Shirley Ann .... 267 Haines, James M 267 Hake, Jane Marie 267 Hake, John M 267 Hake, William Joseph 193, 267 Halderman, Barrett G 267 Hale, Betty Dee 170, 267 Hale, Lucinda M 233 Hall, Annelle J 267 Hall, Donna Marie ... 150, 158, 267 Hall, Mary Beth 267 Hallacy, Susan 163 Hallagin, Garry L 267 Hallagin, Jo Ardis 267 Hallenbeck, Roger A 267 Hailing, Janice E 146, 162, 267 Hailing, Dale Gene 267 Hamann, Twylla N 233 Hamburg, Arlene Wilma ... 71, 267 Hamburg, Dale M 267 Hamel, Sheryl K 154, 267 Hamman, E. Jane 233 Hammeke, Charles Omer .. 267 Hammerschmidt, B. L 267 Hammond, Eric Walter .... 267 Hammond, Ruthie 163 Hampton, Richard B 267 Hanchett, Dale Ray 267 Hanken Donald L 243 Hanken, Larry Wayne 177, 198, 267 Hansen, Sara A 267 Hanson, Jerry Lynn 233 Hanson, Kent Wayne . 193, 267 Hanson, Oalga Tehl 267 Harbaugh, C. Timothy 267 Harbaugh, Cheri Lee 267 Harbaugh, Paul Alan . 193, 267 Harbaugh, Ronald W 267, 336 Harbaugh, Sylvia Ann 267 Hardacre, Jane Esther 267 Hardy, Sharon Kay ... 170, 267 Harfmann, Eric 162 Hargrove, Eddie Gene .... 128, 267 Harkrader, Ronald K 151 Harman, Conrad H 267 Harmon, Cynthia Kay 267 Harmon, Richard A. .. 116, 267 Harmon, RoAnn Marie 46, 174, 269 Harmon, Robert K. ... 157, 233 Harness, Kathryn M 269 Harold, Edward G 269 Harold, Estella L 233 Harper, Dixie Lee 269 Harper, Duane E 233 Harper, Sheri Louise 269 Harrel, Mary Kathryn . ISO, 260 Harris, Carol L 269 Harris, Dennis Lloyd 269 Harris, Glen Edwin ... 151, 269 Harris, Jean Irene 269 Harris Merle Kent 269 Harris, Michael P 269 Harrison, Barbara Rae 185, 269 Harrison, Jerry Lee 97, 99, 198, 269 Hart, Thomas Blaine 269 Harting, Harold D. ... 97, 100, 118, 128, 160 Hartsell, Judy Kay ... 185, 269 Harvey, John Carl 122 Haselhorst, Cheryl A. . 148, 269 Haskett, Jane Elaine .. 150, 269 Haslam, Kathleen Anne ... 269 Hastings, Steven L 269 Hatfield, Roger Lee .. 161, 188, 269 Havel, Lynn B 125, 233 Havner, Kenneth C. ... 44, 141, 233 Havner, Sylvia J. .. 45, 179, 269 Hawks, Jerry L 170, 269 Hawley, Roy R 144, 233 Hayden, John L 97, 99 Hayes, Benjamin L. ... 188, 269 Haymond, Arlie Vernon ... 147 Haynes, Charles R 269 Haynes, Kenneth S 269 Haynes, Norman D. ... 198, 269 Hays, Susan E 153, 269 Hayse, Beth P 269 Hayse, Frances J 150, 158, 170, 269 Hayse, Georgiana 150, 233 Hayter, Edwin Farrell 269 Hayward, Linda M 269 Headrick, Gary Eldon 269 Heany, Geraldine K. .. 142, 269 Heble, Leo David 269 Heckert, Gloria Jean 269 Heckert, Joyce Kay 269 Heckman, Jay Douglas .... 195, 269 Hedge, Jo Ann 269 Hedge, Judy Lee 269 Hegarty, William T 233 Hegg, Peter 148 Heggemeier, Ronald R 51, 213, 338 Heier, Edward 269 Heier, Eileen Marie .. 162, 269 Heier, Robert L 233 Heim, William A 269 Heiman, Steven E 269 Heimer, Nedra R 233 Heinlein, Rodger D 233 Heinz, Janet Sue 269 Heinz, Roger Lyle 270 Heinze, Alvin David 270 Heinze, Gregory A 270 Heinze, Peggy Sue 270 Heitschmidt, Judy 163 Heltschmidt, Rodney . 149, 224 Hejny, Gary Dean 270 Helget, Joyce E 270 Helin, Daryl Ann 270 Helle, Myrna Sue 156, 270 Hellerud, Robert K. .. 177, 270 Helm, Janice Carol 270 Helm, Robert W 177 Heiman, Stephen W. . 195, 270 Helse, Margene 150, 270 Hemkin, Bonnie 270 Hemp, Mary Helen 270 Hemphill, Ruth Alison 270 Hempler, Blake G. ... 160, 188, 233 Henderson, Geraldine 150, 270, 326 Henderson, William F 195, 270 Hendrickson, David L 160, 188, 233 Hendrickson, Roy L. .. 161, 233 Hendrixson, Gary 233 Hennigh, Kathleen A 270 Henrickson, Gordon L 270 Henry, Larry Laverne 233 Herdt, Wesley Dean 270 Herl, Gerald L 270 Herl, Lana L 270 Herman, Gary L 270 Herman, Mary Margaret .. 270 Herman, Mary Ann 233 Herold, Ronald B 270 Heroneme, Joyce E 270 Herren, James W 270 Herrenbruclc, Joan E 233 Herrick, Dorothy A 270 Herrick, Tomalene 270 Herring, Donita K 233 Herrington, Nancy L. . 150, 180, 233 Herrman, Adam L 270 Herrman, Elaine F. ... 179, 270 Herrman, Leo Paul 270 Herrmann, Dolores Ann ... 150, 270 Hertel, Brian J 190, 270 Hertel, Wesley R 270 Herzog, Maxine 233 Hess, Priscilla A 270 Heublein, Kathryn A 233 Heublein, Larry Lee 270 Heubiner, Gloria 163 Hewes, Danny Rex 270 Hewes, Dorothy B 163, 270 Hewes, Michael Alvin 270 Hewett, Evelyn Kay 270 Hewett, Dana Sherman 51, 188, 270 Hewett, Karen Sue 51, 270 Hewins, Nancy, Marie 162, 270 Hewson, Steven R. ... 142, 186, 270 Heyen, Connie Lee 271 Hickman, Darrel L 271 Hickman, Donald D 233 Hickman, Larry D 158 Hickman, Sharon Kay 271 Higgins, Cynthia E 271 Highland, Charlotte A 271 Highland, Emma Lou 271 Hildebrand, Ronda G 185, 271 Hill, Douglas James 271 Hill, Edith Marlene 271 Hill, H. Mark 271 Hill, Jeffrey A 233 Hill, Kent Alyn ... 51, 193, 271 Hill, Margaret M 271 Hill, Venita Lou ... 51, 170, 271 Hillman, Donna L 233 Hinck, Barney William 271 Hintz, Agnes 271 Hintz, Sandra Louise .. 159, 271 Hirsch, Kathleen ..V 147 Hish, Ronald Cary 27 1 History Club 159 Hitchcock, Holly Lynn 271 Hixenbaugh, Gail W 271 Hixon, Larry L 271 Hladek, Janet Kay ... 179, 271 Hlaus, Patricia Lynn 271 Hlaus, Rosemary J. ... 150, 233 Hoagland, Sandra 233 Hoar, Reta Ann 271 Hoch, Stephen Ernest 151 Hockett, Donnie R. .. 144, 233, 271 Hodges, Shirley Anne 153 Hofenstine, Faye 146 Hoffman, Earl 68 Hoffman, Cynthia A. . 146, 271 Hoffman, Pauline A 233 Hoffman, Ronald J 271 Hoffman, Theresa Ann 271 Hogan, Leland Gene 271 Hogan, Margaret J 224 Holiday, Cynthia Jane 180, 271 Holland, Mildred L 233 Holler, Trudy Ann . 45, 180, 271 Holliday. Paul R 188, 271 Holliman, Patrick K. ... 97, 271 Holmes, Carol Elaine 271 Holmes, Sonja S 203, 271 Holopirek, Rick D. ... 195, 233, 271 Holston, Robert L. ... 125, 144, 271 Holzmeister, Sherry A 179, 271 Homecoming 58-59 Homecoming Queen 60-61 Home Economics Chapter . 150 Honomichl, Stephen E 160 Hood, Ruth Ann 271 Hooper, Helen J 139, 234 Hooper, J. Curtis 188, 271 Hooper, Linda Gail 271 Hoover, Beverly Jean 271 Hopkins, Janet D 142, 271 Horn, Roger Lee 271 Horner, Andrew W 271 Horner, Carolyn M 234 Horner, Patsy Lynn 271 Horning. Rosanne 272 Horton, Jerrell J 234 Horton, Louis E 234 Horyna, Shirley Anne 272 Hoss, Paula Sue 180, 272 Hoth, Alice Anne 272 Houghton, Keith W 154 Houser, Lucille J 138, 139, 160, 234, 332 Houser, Lucille J 138, 139, 160, 234, 332 Houser, Roger L 234 Housing Division 200-221 Houston, Carol J 234 Houston, Ruthona Kaye ... 162, 272 Howard. Dennis Kay 272 Howard, Douglas Kent 272 Howard, Gerald W 272 Howard, Jesse Ray 272 Howarter, Patricia A 160, 272 Howell, Beverly A 272 Howerton, Jack 151, 272 Howgill, Martyn W. . . 272, 336 Howland, Clelia K. ... 153, 272 Howland, Philip L 148, 234 Hrabe, Michelle Susan 234 Hubbard, James J 149 Huck, John C 158, 234 Huckabey, Chester E. . 157, 234 Hudson, James M. ... 125, 272 Hudson, Thomas E. 49, 272 Huebner, Dennis E 272 Huffman, Glennis C 272 Hufford, David C 234 Hughes, Mary C 143, 153, 270 Huisman, Sharon 163 Humburg, Stephen R 143, 188, 272 Humpert, Mary Lynn . 153, 272 Hunley, Rodney D. ... 138, 195, 234 Hunt, Connie Fay . ... 203, 272 Hunter, Russell R 272 Hupach, George Max 272 Hurst, Margaret Ann 272 Hurt, Ray Douglas .... 159, 234 Husa, Iva Dale 273 Huser, Barbara Ann ... 49, 273 Huser, Marie Evette 273 Huslig, Ervin Francis 151 Hussey, Merlin C 193, 234 Husted, Lester G 273 Husted, Robert Paul 273 Hutton, Ustel G 234 I Ifland, Carol Lynn 27 Ihrig, Sheryl Sue 180, 234 Imm, Jean Elaine 273 Industrial Arts Club 151 Ingram, Deborah K. .. 166, 170, 180, 273 Ingram, Sue .. 46, 140, 160, 234 Ingram, Roy W 159, 273 Insley, Ronald L 143, 151, 154, 273, 321, 330 Insley, Rudi F 273 International Art Festival ... 86 Intramurals 132-135 Inter-Fraternity Council ... 177 loerger, Phyllis 150, 234 Irby, Pamela Ann 167 Irby, Roger Doran 273 Irvin, Bennie Frank 156 Irvin, Linda Lee 273 Irvin, Penny L 273 Isenbart, Naomi Faye . 153, 273 Ishii, Grace Hiroko 273 Ison, Pamela Lynne 273 Ives, Robert Ashley 273 J Jackson, Allan Lynn 273 Jackson, Kenneth E. .. 156, 273 Jackson, Robert Joe 273 Jacobs, Cynthia S. ... 149, 234 Jacobs, Janet Marie 273 Jacobs, Judith A 273 Jacobs, Mary Ann .... 153, 273 Jacobs, Sharon Sue 49, 273 Jacobs, William Dean 273 Jager, Becky Mae 180, 273 James, Donald Leo 273 James, Eugene Earl ... 144, 234 James, Lynda Marie .. 156, 273 Janne, Emma Elaine ... 53, 273 Jansen, Michael Dean . 149, 273 Jansonius, Julie Ann 273 Jazz Ensemble 175 Jeffers, Don Alan 273 Jenkinson, Susan Mary 273 Jennings, Cheryl G 234 Jennings, David L 193, 273 Jennings, Linda L 146, 234 Jensen, Judith Marie 273 Jensen, Lester C 198, 234 Jensen. Patricia A 273 Jensen, Sandra Kay 273 Jevons, Deryl Donn 273 Jewell, Clinton C 273 Jimenez, Juan ... 147, 162, 273 Jimenez, Paul M 234 Jindra, Ruth Ann 273 Joerg, Warren D 234 Johnson, Barbara Ann 142, 162, 171, 273 Johnson, Daniel H 151 Johnson, Fred A 156, 273 Johnson, Fred Joe 273 Johnson, Fredrick J 273 Johnson, Gail L 274 Johnson, Gladys Sue 274 Johnson, Herman R 274 Johnson, Janis J 274 Johnson, Jolene .. 156, 182, 274 Johnson, Larry Eugene 274 Johnson, Leon J 224 Johnson, Linda M 46, 234 Johnson, Maurice E 274 Johnson, Michael E. .. 169, 171, 175, 195, 274 Johnson, Robert W. (Stormy) 118, 119, 141, 144, 190, 234, 274 Johnson, Susan M 234 Johnson, Thomas Mark 193, 274 Johnston, Elsie J 274 Johnston, Shanann S 185, 142 Jones, A. Louise 274 Jones, Carolyn Lee 274 Jones, Dorothy Mary 152 Jones, Jay D 158 Jones, John W 274 Jones, Larry C 234 Jones, Mary C 274 Jones, Mary Ruth 274 Jones, Myrna J 234 Jones, Nora Elizabeth 274 Jones, Richard Robert 274 Jones, Richard Milton 274 Jones. Roslyn A 274 Jones, Sharon Kay 274 Jordan, John E 234 Jordan, Leroy Gale 170 Jorgensen, Charlotte . 146, 274 Josserand, Michael ... 195, 274 Joy, Allen L 234 Joy, Lois M 274 Joyce, Jill 46, 274 Joyce, Richard Morris .... 274 Julian, Erwin Lynn 274 Juno, Elvita Ann 274 Juno, Gene Francis 224 Juno, James Francis .. 190, 234 K Kaba, Marilyn K 234 Kadel, Roger A 274 Kadel, Mary Ree 163 Kadel, Stephan R 170 Kaiser, Paul A 274 Kaiser, Victoria L. . 78, 185, 274 Kalb, Charlene May 274 Kanaga, Lynette June . 142, 274 Kappa Mu Epsilon 148 Kappa Omicron Phi ... 150-155 Karban, Kaylene Ruth . 153, 274 Karle, Thomas Raymond ... 274 Karlin, Charles A 274 Karlin, Patricia Joan .. 274, 321 Karlin, Terry L 175 Karst, Susan Pearl 153, 234 Kashka, Threse M 274 Kastens, Jayne Y 274 Kaster, Gary Wayne 274 Kastle, Michael L 144, 234 Kastle, Robert F 274 Kats, Barbara Ann 153, 274 Kats, Marianne G. ... 138, 139, 140, 169, 234 Kay, Douglas 274 K Club 144 Keagy, David Lee 275 Keating, Warren James ... 275 Keating, Wylma Jane 275 Keegan, Linda K 275 Keeley, Linda Ann 275 Keenan, Terry L. .. 47, 168. 234 Keiley, Michael J 157, 234 Keith. Diana R 146, 275 Keith, Kathy Sue 275 Keith. Milden Dale ... 151, 275 Keller, Danny Allen 275 Keller, Gene W 275 Keller, Jon Randall . 97, 99, 275 Keller, Karen Lee 154, 160, 275 Keller, Martin W 147, 154, 158, 275 Keller, Mary E 275 Keller, Shirley Dari ... 140, 150, 235 Kelley, Brenda M 171 Kelley, Douglas L 235 Kelley, Joseph W 193, 275 Kelley, Sandra R 275 Kelley, Thomas Chas. . 198, 235 Kelly, Jean Louise 235 Kelty, John R 193, 275 Kemp, Dianne ... 153, 167, 275 Kemp, William J 186, 275 351 Kemper, Michael John 275 Kennedy, Carl Edgar 275 Kennedy, Max Michael ... 148, 275 Kennedy, Timothy Leon . . . 275 Kennis, Jesse L. ... 97, 144, 275 Kenyon, Alan Robert . 159, 275 Kenyon, Gary E 224 Kepka, Douglas J 275 Kerbs, Terry Lee . 151, 195, 275 Kern, Linda Kay 275 Kernohan, Robert J 275 Kerr, Franklin 275 Kerr, Gaylen Pete 275 Kerr, Gloria Jane . 46, 192, 275 Kershner, Atha Lavon 235 Kessinger, Patricia D 275 Kessler, John C 235 Khan, Mohammed 224 KFHS Radio 47 Kilbourn, Bonnie J. ... 182, 275 Kimble, Katherine E 275 Kindler, Linda Sue 275 King. Billie A 235 King, Linda Jean 275 King, Phillip Albert 90 King, Rodney Gail 275 Kingen, Patricia G 275 Kinser, Jerry J 235 Kinsey, Janis Irene ... 180, 275 Kipp, Gary D 235 Kirby, Alberta M 275 Kirby, Susan D 235 Kirk, Andrea S. .. 146, 154, 235 Kirk, Gary Richard 275 Kirkman, Joseph D. ... 157, 275 Kissick, Wayburn Dee 161 Kite, Floyd E 275 Kitts, Robert Dean ... 128, 129, 276 Kitts, Melvin Eugene .. 109, 275 Klaus, Larry J. ... 161, 170, 235 Klein, Joyce R 235 Klein, Lynden Doyle 151 Kline, Barbara Dale 276 Klinzmann, Janet M 276 Klinzmann, Marilla M 150, 276 Klitzke, Sandra Nell .. 179, 276 Klopfenstein, Larry M 276 Klusener, Alan R 148, 149 Knight. Linda K 179, 276 Knobloch, Jon R 276 Knoeber, Margaret E 235 Knoll, Dorothy A 138, 139, 148, 235 Knoll, Larry Gene 276 Knox, Margaret D. ... 174, 276 Kobler, Arden L 276 Koch, Elvin R 276 Koch, Marciana H 276 Koch, Susan Louise 27S Koehn, Arden M 235 Koelling, Donald L 276 Koenigsman, James J 143, 235 Koerner, Myron C 97 Koerperich, Nicholas 276 Koerperich, Robert C 235 Koetkemeyer, Judy ... 154, 276 Kogler, Donna J 276 Koljat, Stephanie Jo 276 Koljat, Joe H 276 Kollhoff, Daniel T 198, 276 Kollman, Gary G 235 Kolodick, Richard J 235 Koochel, Jane Marie 276 Koochel, Nancy A. ... 150, 235 Kopke, Monte Ford 276 Koster, Ronald Gale .. 128, 276 Kough, Ronald L 151, 276 Kough, Jeri Dee 170, 276 Koulas, Barbara S 276 Kraft, Gerald L 276 Kraft, Mark Stephen 276 Kramer, Louise K 276 Krasny, William F 276 Kraus, Pamela Irene .. 171, 180, 276 Kraus, Richard J 148, 276 Kraus, Terrence J 235 Krause, Sylvia J 153, 276 Krehbiel, Barbara J. .. 182, 276 Krehbiel, Gary A 235 Krehbiel, Lawrence S. . 170, 276 Kreighbaum, John S. .. 47, 186, 235 Kreitler, Ralph A 276 Krob, Terry Allan 149, 169, 276 Kroboth, Frank W 276 Kroeger, Irene V 276 Krone, Thomas A 276 Krone, William T 276 Krueger, Phyllis E 235 Krug, Donald F 224 Krug, Kenneth D 235 Kuebler, Linda S 276 Kuhlman, James Den 169 Kuhlman, Richard A 276 Kuhn. Benita Marie 278 Kuhn, Carol Sue 278 Kuhn, Donald Lee 278 Kuhn, Earl F 154, 158 Kuiper, Janet Kay 152, 278 Kulp, Raymond H 278 Kumle, Larry Lavern .. 158, 235 Kundred, Jacqueline A. ... 185, 235 Kunz, Eileen Margaret .... 235 Kunz, Robert A 116, 235 Kurtz, Sheryl May 142, 278 Kvasnicka, Roger K 235 L Laas, Anita Ann 46, 278 Laas, L. Kent 278 Lacoss, Greg Dean 118 Lacy, William James 278 Lahey, Vana June 185, 278 Laman, Stephen Jesse 170 Lamb, Gary L 159 Lambda lota Tau 153 Lambert, Carl M 235 Lambert, Donetta S 278 Lambert, Marilyn S 235 Lambert, Theresa Ann 162, 278 Landau, Vincent Wayne ... 171, 175, 278 Landis, Erryn E. .. 161, 170, 235 Landis, Eva Maire 278 Lane, Gary L 143 Lane, Loren D 235 Lane, Pamela Ann 278 Lane, Patricia Althea 278 Lane, Penny Louise 278 Lang, Duane Joseph 278 Lang, Lloyd Francis 278 Lang, Paul 278 Lang, Sametta Ann 278 Langley, Candace Ann 278 Langlois, Gary L 278 Langvardt, Daryl R 278 Lanterman, Stephen E 278 Lanum, William G 235 Laprade, Gerald . 139, 163, 235 Laprade, Doraleen M 278 Lareau, Monte W 224 Larick, Wayne L 278 Larson, Diana .... 140, 152, 235 Larson, Stephen J 235 M ' ■ ni M -JH | 1 fl . 108 E. 13th 628-8231 Homecoming queen Tonya Biggs enjoys looking over all aspects of a new Pontiac Fire- bird. Jensen Motor Co. Larue, Don W 278 Larue, Linda K 278 Lashbrook, Lynn ... 97, 98, 101, 144, 278 Laubhan, Michael M 278 Laverentz, Bernard D 148, 193, 278 Lavielle, Lewis D 125 Lawrence, Duane Lee 278 Lawrence, Joy Sue ... 158, 278 Lawrence, Paul E 151, 278 Lawrence, Randall C 122 Lawton, Chad H 278 Lay, Brenda Kaye 278 Leader Lass 87 Leap Week 79 Lebbin, Keith M 235 LeClair, Carolyn J. .. 143, 185, 278 LeClerc, C. Michelle 278 LeClerc, Jamie S 278 Lee, Dennis E 193, 278 Lee, Jane F 278 Lee, Robert Michael 278 Lee, Steven Jacob 97 Legal Board 44 Legere, Rebecca A 279 Legleiter, M. Lynn ... 185, 279 Lehman, Donald E 236 Lehman, Patrick T 279 Leiker, Cynthia Ann 279 Leiker, Edna 279 Leiker, Linda Mae 279 Leiker, Thomas L 156 Leiker, Tony 97 Leis, Debbie Kay 170, 279 Leiter, Robert J. Jr 279 Leitner, Eugene A. ... 143, 279 Leitner, Joyce Yvonne 279 Leitner, Marsha K 279 Leitner, James M 236 Leitner, Ronald E. ... 143, 279, 336 Lemuz, Robert D 279 Lesovsky, Don L 279 Lesovsky, Terry Kaye .. 163, 279 Lesseig, Nancy A 236 Lester, Mary Jane 279 Letourneau, Charlene 279 Letsch, Judith 1 279 Letsch, Sherrill E 279 Lewis, Cindy Leigh 279 Lewis, Linda Kay 279 Lewis, Victor Glenn 279 Liggett, Max D 279 Lindberg, LaJune J. .. 204, 279 Lindberg, Ronald R. .. 171, 236, 279 Linden, Frances L 279 Lindenman, Doreen L 279 Lindenman, John 279 Lindeman, Kathleen J 153, 279 Linder, M. Darlene ... 146, 279 Lindner, Bill 125 Lindner, Nina L 236 Linenberger, Judith ... 153, 279 Link, Barbara E 236 Link, Charles Dean 279 Linke, Delita Marie 279 Lippert, Beverly Ann 279 Lippert, James Martin 279 Lippold, Jerry L 143, 279 Litson, Lawrence H. .. 143, 154, 279 Little, Robert Eugene 172 Livengood, Rodney D 170, 279 Locker, Patricia J 279 Lockhart, Gloria J 279 Logan, Leon C 195, 279 Lohmann, Arleta A. .. 143, 150, 158, 279 Loker, Lila M 279 Long, Harry L 147 Long, Keith E 148 Loomis, Sharon Kay .. 138, 139, 140, 185, 236 Lorance, Sheryl Sue 279 Lorson, James R 279 Losey, Linda Lou 280 Lott, Edward Michael 280 Lott, Steve 149 Love, Stephen Wayne 280 Loveday, Cameron A 224 Lovette, Arlyn D 280 Lovette, Sharon Kay 280 Lovin, Vernon F 151, 280 Loving. Lola Kay 147, 280 Lowdermilk, John C. .. 195, 280 Lowen, Beverly 163 Lower, Guy William 236 Lowry, Shirley A 146, 280 Loyd, Darrell Dee 280 Lozan, Alma 143, 280 Luckey, Diana Gwen .. 143, 280 Luder, Joyce Marie 49, 51, 142, 280 Lull, Murray David ... 195, 280 Lusczek, Edward 118 Lusk, Donna Ruth 159, 280 Lutz, Lois Mildred 280 Lynch, Durward, Dean . 153, 280 Lynn, Connie M 139, 236 Lynn, Ronald R 280 Lyon, Raelee A 236 Lysinger, Charles F 97 M Machart, Marie E. ... 150, 154, 281 Madison, Wayne 91 Madden, Cynthia A 282 Magill, Diane L 282 Mai. Allan K 122 Mai, Lee A 144 Mai, Sheila Kay 282 Mai, Terry Arthur .... 169, 171, 282, 311 Major, Linda Sue 282 Makings, David Joe 282 Malin, Peggy L 282 Malone, Linda Jane .. 206, 282 Malone, Suzanne 282 Mambaigi, Mohsen ... 147, 282 Mandt, Martin Duwayne .... 188, 282 Mangels, Bill V 160, 236 Mangels, Lynn Dale 282 Manhart, Lawrence E 282 Manning, L. Susan .... 153, 282 Manning, William W 125 Mans, Leonard A 188, 282 Mapes, Mary Kay 159 Marak, Joe Henry 236 Marcell, Marilyn K 282 Marchand, Mary Ann . 153, 282 Marcotte, Judy A 58, 61, 180, 236 Mares, Lynn 163 Margheim, Mary R 282 Marietta, Jari K 46, 236 Marietta, Tari F 140, 160, 182, 236 Marine, Allen R 237 Marine, Duane Dale 237 Marine, Pauline L 237 Markle, John Dennis . 109, 110, 114, 148 Markley, Johnny K 282 Marks, Mary E 282 Marsh, Jerry Lee 159 Marsh, Robert Lee 282 Marshall, Janet Joy 282 Marti, Karen Marie ... 158, 282 Martin, Constance .... 170, 282 Martin, Douglas 237 Martin, Elizabeth L. .. 170, 172, 185, 282 Martin, George 198, 282 Martin, John Alfred .. 116, 198, 282 Martin, Joseph P 282 Martin, Lewis Lee 237 Martinez, Ruth A 237 Martins, Carol Ann 237 Mason, Charles E 282 Mason, John A. . 104, 105, 106, 107, 125, 126, 144, 282 Mason, M. Eugene ... 148, 237 Mason. Marietta 282 Massaglia, Michael J 282 Massaglia, Nancy L 282 Massey, Deborah Dare 206, 282 Massier, Eugene E 282 Mastin, A. Jolene 282 Mastin, Jon Michel .... 97, 103, I 18. 282 Mathes, Marilyn Jo 282 Matteson, Jane Louise 282 Mattison, Susan Lynn 150 Mauch, Roger D 282 Maupin, Mary L 282 Maupin, Kathleen Sue 282 Maxson, Sue 163 Maxwell, John R 282 May, Gary Lynn 49, 283 May, Stanley Jerome . 116, 283 Mayhew, Linda Kay 283 Mayhill, Dorothy L 237 Mayo, Robert R 283 Mayo, Stephen B 195, 283 Mayo, Susan K 163 McAsey, John 188, 237 McAtee, John M 108, 109, 113, 122, 123, 144 McAtee, Terry Allan 280 McBride, Bonita R. ... 153, 179, 280 McBride, Catherine L 280 McBride, Steven Craig 280 McCall, Connie Jean 280 McCallum, Brenda 280 McCance, Donald C 237 McCants, Lawrence Lee .... 97, 280 McCauley, Janelle L 280 McChristian, Douglas 280 McChristy, Neale R 237 McClaren, Susan Gail . 180, 280 McClellan, Gary W 237 McClellan, Linda M 280 McClure, Jeanette R. . 170, 237 McColm, Nancy C. ... 153, 280 McConnell, Vicki P 280 McCord, Jack Morris . 156, 280 McCormick, Sydney Gay ... 49, 280 McCullough, Michael L. ... 280 McDonald, Peggy Jo 280 McDougal, Jeri J 179, 280 McDowell, Clayton A 280 McElroy. Tommy Dean 158 McEntarfer, Doug 121 McElyea, Wallace Tim 280 McEwen, John Thomas 109, I 12, 280 McFall, Michael R. ... 138, 148, 237 McGowan, Louise Marie . . . 280 McGrath Hall 212-215 McHenry, Linda G. ... 146, 237 McIntosh, Patricia J 280 McKain, Glendon E 280 McKain, Ruth A. . 182, 203, 280 McKinney, Charles R 280 McKinney, Sara Darlene ... 281 McLain, Lennet Ruth . 179, 281 McLaughlin, Arlinda J 281 McLaughlin, Ken M. 281 McLeland, David Homer .. 105, 106, 125, 127, 281 McLeland, Joe D 281 McMillen, Douglas K. . 188, 237 McMindes Hall 208-211 McMulkin, Betty J. ... 153, 281 McMullen, Donald J 281 McNaught, Richard D 281 McNerney, James A 237 McNinch, George Edwin .. 151, 281 McPhail, Larry Dean 281 McPhail, Ricki L 336 McPhail, Stanley A 281 McVey, Charles Adam 186, 281 Mead. Audry A 147, 237 Meade, John Stephen 283 Mease, Barbara Sue 283 Meckel, Vernon E. ... 177, 186, 283 Meckenstock, Bobb 65 Meckenstock, Dan H 283 Meckenstock, Lea A. . 177, 185, 283 Meek, Milo Ben . . . 283 Meenen, Dena B 148, 283 Meenen, Jan Etta 283 Meerian, Leroy F 237 Mefford, Charles 144, 283 Meggers, Gary F 158, 237 Mehringer, Daniel A 154 Meier, Alvera Marie 283 Meier, George H 283 Meier, Joseph F 162 Meier, Kenneth Gene 283 Meis, Elizabeth J 283 Meisenheimer. Lorena 283 Memorial Union Program Council 168 Mendenhall, Connie S 283 Mendenhall, David Lee 283 Men ' s Glee Club 170 Men ' s P. E. Club 145 Menzer, Sharon Kay 283 Merklein, Gary A. ... 169, 171, 175 Merklein, Susan 174 Mermis, Richard A 283 Merrill, Catherine M. . 143, 282 Merritt, Marsha L. ... 170, 283 Meschke, Larry J 283 Meyer, Richard C 283 Meyer, Roberta Anne . 146, 283 Meyer, Timothy Dean 158 Meyer, Vicky Lynn ... 169, 170, 283 Michaelis, Dennis J. .. 161, 237 Michaelis, Jean 237 Michaelis, Linda M. .. 169, 283 Michaelis, Sharon May .... 146, 283 Michaelis, Shirley A 237 Michaelis, Wilma D. .. 146, 237 Michel, Steven Brent 283 Mick, David L 237 Mickey. Charles A 283 Middleton, Linda K 283 Midqorden, Julian S 283 Milburn, John E 237 Miles, Charles E 283 Miles, Rebecca Sue 283 Miller, Cherie E 283 Miller, Coleen R 283 Miller, Dale G 283 Miller, Darrel R 151, 283 Miller, Deanna Dee ... 69, 283, 329 Miller, Eugene E 283 Miller, Francine 283 Miller, Gary Ray 158, 284 Miller, George E 284 Miller, Jana Lynn 146 Miller, Janice L 237 Miller Jerry Allen 284 Miller, Judith A 237 Miller Kenneth L 169, 237 Miller Larry D 284 Miller, Lela J. ... 150, 175, 237 Miller, Loretta M 284 Miller, Lynn K 237 Miller, Marilyn 284 Miller, Michael A. ... 109, III, I 12 Miller, Roberta Karen 284 Miller, Stephen D 156, 284 Miller, Suzanne 284 Miller, Vicki Lynn 284. 333 Miller, Virginia 284 Miller, Wanda Marie 284 Million, Lavern Craig . 171, 237 Million, Meredith A 237 Mills, Karen K 152, 237 Mills, Martha Moyne 284 Mills, Patty Jo 153, 237 Mills, Ricky L 151, 287 Mills, William E f88. 277 Milton, Dwight Louis . 161, 284 Miner. Jimmie L 237 Mitchell, Dennis Lee 51 Mitchell, Gloria L. ... 169, t85, 284 Mitsuhashi, Takae 147, 224 Mize, Philip B 284 Mock, Janet M 284 Modica, Susan E 237 Moeder, Leon J. . 154. 158, 284 Mohler, Barbara E. ... 142, 284 Mondero, Mary C. ... 150, 284, 336 Mondy, Connie Jo 284 Mongeau, Gregory Lee . . . 284 Monroe. Ronald Lee 284 Monteith, Frandal 182, 237 Montgomery James E 160 Montgomery, Michael 284 Monts, Marilyn Ruth 172 Moody, Darrell Eugene 97 Moody, David John 284 Moody, Linda Deanne 153, 284 Moomaw, Peggy Jane 143, 158, 284 Mooney, Margaret Rose ... 284 Moore. Don D 284 Moore, Edmund S. ... 158, 198, 284 Moore, Elden Jay 284 Moore, Janice Kay 284 Moore, Michael W. .. 193, 237 Moore, Orville G 284 Moore, Stephen 284 Moran, Leah Rae 284 Moran, Roslyn Anne .. 153, 238 Moran, Patrick Kevin 284 Morel, Diane E 284 Morel, Larry Jo 284 Morford, James R 238 Morford, Ronald Gene ... 149, 284 Morgan, Donna Marie 2 P 4 Morgan, Judith E 284 Morgan, Rossie Joan 284 Morgan, Stephen R 238 Morrill, Larry M 238 Morris, Carole A 238 Morris, Connie M 285 Morris, Jan Lisbeth ... 61, 185, 238 Morris, John Blake .... 159, 285 Morris, Leon D 285 Morris, Susan Lee 285 Morrison, Julie F 166, 179, 285 Morton, Marilyn L. ... 150, 238 Morton, Mary M 285 Morton, Robert Wayne .... 285 Morton, Ronald E 143 Moss, Margaret Lee 285 Most, Jeanine K 238 Mothes, Jim G 285 Mouden, Ward Hewitt 238 Mountford, Dixie L 285 Moyer, Lairen H 238 Muhleheim, Michael W. ... 285 Mulch, Mary Beth 285 Mull, James Robert I 16 Mullen, James W 169, 238 Mullender, Vanan W 285 Mullenix, Kathy L 238 Mullenix, Kerry L 238 Muller, John David 285 Mullin, Barbara Ann 285 Mundhenke. James E 285 Munsch, Harvey F 97, 285 Munsell, Eugene V 285 Munsell, Rubye Ann 285 Munson, Kenneth L 170 Murphy, Connie 163 Murphy, Jo Anne 139, 140, 163, 238 Murphy, Margaret Ann .... 285 Murphy, Paula Sue 45, 286, 313 Murphy, Robert L. ... 156, 286 Murphy, Ronnie D 238 Murphy, Timothy L. .. 170, 286 Murray, Dwight R 238 Murray, John Vincent . 187, 286 Musselman, Kathrynn . 147, 238 Musselman, Kirk P 238 Musselwhite, Patricia 286 Mustoe, Barbara Sue F53 286 Myers, Charles A 97, 144, 238 Myers, James Edward 160, 161, 196, 286 Myers, Leonard J 286 Myers. Stephen D 286 N Naccarato, Duane G 238 Nagel, Connie Beth 286 Nagel, Darrel David 286 Nagel, Tamara Jean 286 Nauer, Paula L 286 Neal, Carol A 238 Neal, Norbert Dean 286 Neal, William L 138, 139, 141, 225, 238 Nebel, Sandra K 153, 286 Neely, Zelda 159, 238 Neerman, Marjorie J 238 Neese, Wayne Alden 286 Negley, Dwight Leon 238 Neidens, Janetta Kay 238 Neidens, Terry Lee 224 Neill, Connie D 286 Neitzel, Sherry Lynn .. 161, 286 Nelson, Barbara Ann . 142, 153, 167, 286 Nelson, Betty E 238 Nelson, Cynthia K 286 Nelson, Delores E 286 Nelson, Joel M 286 Nelson, Kevin Raye ... 153, 286 Nelson, Opal May 286 Nelson, Patrick G 286 Nelson. Ronald Clay 286 Nemechek, Margaret A. ... 286 Nestler, Kerry Lee 286 Netherton, Robert L 177 Neubauer, Dennis R 238 Neuburger, Dawn Beryl .... 286 Neuforth, Harold E 286 Neuman, Betty Jane ....... 286 Neuschafer, Darrel R 162, 177, 188, 286 Newberry, Kathy R. ... 46. 286 Newell, Arlen L 286 Newell, Dale Lynn 238 Newell, Donald L 238 Newport, John Albert 286 Newsom, Robert S 125 Nicholas, Wendell R 286 Nichols, Barbara S. ... 168, 182 Nichols, David C 238 Nichols, Mike Ivan ... 158, 185, 195 Nicholson, Robert A 224 Nicholson. Sheryl L. .. 146, 167, 179, 286 Niedens, Stanley D 286 Nielsen, Sue Anne 87, 286 Niermeier, Everett N 286 Niernberger, Gary R. . 187, 286 Noel, James R 144. 238 Nokes, Dana Dean 97, 286 Nokes, Jimmy W 238 Nokes, Ray Eugene 286 Nolan, Lynette 286 Nolan, Steven N 148, 287 Nolan, Susan Rose .... 161, 287 Noone, Kaylene Ann 287 Noone, Thomas C 287 Norden, Donna J 154, 160, 161, 238, 332 Norden, Elaine Marie . 146, 287 Norman, Richard A 158 Norris, Jerilynn D 287 Norris. Joe M. ... 48. 177, 193, 287 Northrop, Peggy A 287 Norton, David A 170, 287 Novak, Robert Steven 287 Novotny, Karla J 169, 185, 287 Nowak, John R 287 Nowak. Pamela R 238 Nulton, Jo Ann 154 Nulton, Neil A 154 Nurses ' Club 153 Nusbaum, Diane M. ... 159, 287 Nuss, Michael Lee 185 Nusse, Judith 148 Nutsch, Donald E 287 Nutsch, Larry James 287 Nylund, John M 238 O Oakley, Dixie Lee 287 Oakley, Wesley Eugene ... 170 Oberle, Stephan D 287 Oberle, Kent R 287 Obermueller, Dale .... 195, 287 Obholz, Marcia Ann 287 O ' Bleness, Gloria 153, 287 O ' Bleness, Larry L 238 Oborny, Larry S 238 Oborny, Mildred Jane 162, 287 Ochs, Darrel Lee 287 Ochs, Barbara Ann ... 143, 169, 287 Ochs, John Lynn 188, 287 Ochs, Ronald F 158, 287 Ochs, Owen E 287 Ochsner, Karen K. ... 152, 156, 287 O’Dell. Linda D 46, 287 Oden, Barbara Sue ... 170, 287 Oden, James White .. 193, 287 Odle, Diane Jeane 287 Odle, Marlene Kay ... 150, 238 Odle, Stanley Lynn ... 198, 287 O ' Donnell, Mary Rose 287 O ' Donnell, Christina .. 179, 287 Odum, Richard Eugene .... 287 Offutt, Richard N 287 Ogburn, Keith D 161 O ' Grady, Robert M. .. 118, 287 O ' Hara, Charles Edward ... 287 O ' Kane, Michael A. .. 128, 131, 185, 193, 287 Okeson, Donald T 238 Ollek, Larry L 160 Olmsted, Carolyn H 287 Olomon, Denise Yvonne .... 162 182, 287 Olson, Carolyn Sue .. 142, 182, 287 Olson, Connie A 287 Olson, Galen W 169, 171 Olson, Richard E 288 Olson, Richard Wayne 288 Olson, Steve Craig ... 143, 288 Olson, Ture Lawrence 288 Omlor, Jeannine S 288 O ' Neal, Michael Glen 288 Opdycke, Douglas D. .. 97, 144, 154, 239 Opdycke, Sue 154 Opdycke, Vergie D. ... 46, 154, 239 Orchard, Gary 288 Orchesis 168 Organization Division .. 136-199 Osborn, Robert W 159 Osborn, Ronald Gene 288 Osborne, Marsha R ae . 149, 288 Oshant, Sheran Rea 288 Oshel, Janice Kay 288 Osthoff, Peggy A 174, 239 Ostmeyer, Cathlyn Ann ... 152, 179, 288 Ostrander, Margery S. . 64, 239 O ' Toole, Peggy J 239 Ott, Paula Jean .. 158, 180, 288 Ottaway, Clifton K 288 Otte, Wilma Jean .... 150, 239 Overmiller, Janice C. . . . 161, 288 Owens, Gary D 288 P Page, Michael 159 Paget, Kenneth S 288 Pahls, Edwin Terrance 288 Painter, Jeffrey C. ... 188, 288 Palmer, Don Michael . 144, 157 Palmer, Lon Robert 144 Palmer, Terence Lee 288 Palmgren, Virginia 239 Panhellenic, Council 177 Pankow, Tonia C 239 Panter, Mark Lane 288 Panzer, Carol J 158, 288 Panzer, Nancy Lee 288 Papes, Janet A 185, 239 Parish, Connie L 153, 224 Parish, Steve Doyle 288 Parker, Robert D 288 Parsons, Cynthia L. ... 150, 166, 185, 288 Parsons, Sydney D 288 Pasley, Linda Irene 288 Patchen, Larry 288 Patchen, Linda Sue .. 158, 203, 288 Patterson, Kenneth J 239 Patterson, Mattie 239 Patton, Ronald Eugene 151 Paynter, Stephen D. .. 156, 239 Pearce, Carmen Marie 170 Pearce, Colette 288 Pearson, Dennis D 288 Pearson, James Roe 288 Pechanec, Mary A 288 Peck, Douglas A 195, 288 Peek, Timothy M 188, 288 Penka, Eugene Allan 288 Penland, Stan ley J 158 Pennington, Joyce E 169, 172, 288 People-to-People 147 Percival, Stan .... 116, 188, 288 Percussion Ensemble 174 Perkins, Deedrea L. ... 185, 288 Peroli, Jeanette L 288 Perry, Shereen Sue ... 174, 185, 288 Perryman, Melva L. ... 150, 288 Pesicka, Gila Alene 288 Peters, Patricia Kay .. 150, 170, 290 354 Peters, Terry Gene ... 190, 290 Peterson, Alan Neale 239 Peterson, Jerry L 143 Peterson, Larry H 290 Peterson. Nancy A 290 Petracelc, Herb F 157, 239 Petryszyn, Helen L 239 Petryszyn, Yaroslaw 224 Pettijohn, Sharon M. .. 162, 290 Pettit, Shryll B 290 Petty, John Stuart 193, 290 Petty, Warren L 158 Pfanenstiel, David L 290 Pfannenstiel, Cora A. . 153, 290 Pfannenstiel, Don J 239 Pfannenstiel, G. J 290 Pfannenstiel, Mary K 290 Pfannenstiel, Merle L 290 Pfannenstiel, Ronald 290 Pfeifer, Carol Ann 290 Pfeifer. Kenneth 239 Pfeifer, Linda 290 Pfeifer, Madonna Jean ... 167, 290 Pfeifer, Rosalie Ruth 290 Pfenninger, Ronald R. . 149, 290 Pfortmiller, Roger D 239 Phelan, Patrick John 290 Phi Alpha Theta 145, 159 Phi Beta Lambda 161 Phi Eta Sigma 142 Phi Kappa Phi 139 Philip, Doug 158 Philip, Kay Lynn . 154, 158, 290 Phillips, Clyde W 239 Phillips, Gary Lynn 290 Phillips, Lee A. .. 143, 158, 170, 290 Phi Mu Alpha 169 Phi Sigma Epsilon 190-191 Phye, Fred Robert 290 Phye, Linda Marie 290 Physical Education Majors Club 144 Pickering, Carlene K. . 180, 290 Pierce, John Arnel 224 Pi Kappa Delta 154 Pike, Janet Irene 150, 290 Piland, Janice ... 139, 150. 239 Pi Omega Pi 160 Pirott, Eileen Kay 290 Pirotte, Steven John 290 Pishny, Lon Ernest 193, 290 Pixler, Edwin Earl 162, 290 Plante, David Lynn 142 Plante, William R 190. 290 Plattner, Earl E 144 Plush. Kenneth Joe 239 Polcyn, Louise ... 169, 172, 239 Polifka, Bernice 61 Pollnow, Rita Kay 170, 180, 290 Poison. Larry Dean ... 158, 290 Pool, Gene 121 Pool, Pamela Lee 163 Pool, Ralph E 177 Poore, Jim William 290 Poppe, Arthur Lee 290 Poppen, Linda Rae 290 Portenier, Cheryl Kay 290 Porter, Jeffrey D 290 Porter, John Dean 190, 290 Porter, Richard .. 151, 170, 239 Porter, Steven Milton . 188, 290 Porter, Trov L 290 Post, Cecelia A 147, 290 Potter, Joe P 290 Potts, Teresa Ann 290 Poulignot, Linda M 239 Powell, James A 97, 103 Powell, Rex Allen 44 Powers, Leland W 239 Powers, Sherry Lynn .. 153, 168, 239 Pratt, Frederick W 290 Pravia, Augusto A. ... 147, 149, 291 Preedy, Carolyn Lea .. 174, 291 Price, Gregory Lyle ... 195, 291 Price, Kathleen 291 Prinsen, James 239 Prochaska, Linda L. ... 150, 291 Professor of the Year 42 Prosser, Elaine J 291 Pruitt, Douglas Scott 291 Pruner, Barry Lee 291 Pruter, Penny Sue 169, 170, 185, 291 Psychology Club 161 Ptacek, Elizabeth K 291 Pullin, Barbara Lee 291 Pundsack, Diane M 239 Purdy, Robert W 142, 163 Purinton, Charles M 291 Purinton, Ronald M. .. 118, 291 Pywell, Brian F 239 Q Quimby, Gene Dave . . 239 Quinn, Jean A 239 Quint, Ronald Lynn 291 Quint, Shirley A. . 153, 206, 291 R Rabas, Gary Curtis 291 Rabenseifner, Elaine 291 Raburn, Geanene R. .. 182, 291 Rader, Shirley Kay ... 150, 291 Radke, Cynthia K 291 Rafferty, Curtis M 291 Ragan, Craig Alan 175 Rahimian, Nasser 147, 291 Railsback, Thomas C. . 156, 169, 291 Ralstin, Roy H 128, 239 Ramsey, Bill E 118, 239 Ramsey, Jerry Bear ... 159, 291 Randels, Luana J 146, 291 Randle, Randy A 291 Rankin, Riley C 161, 239 Rash, Leroy Charles 291 Rasmussen, Rita Belle .. 68, 169, 171, 291 Rassette, Linda Kay 291 Rathbun, Carla Jane . 146, 182, 291 Rathbun, Delwin Jay 291 Rathbun, Linda Jean .. 182, 291 Rauscher, Susan D 46, 182, 291 Rawson, Robert F 198, 291 Ray. Deborah Lynn ... 154, 291 Ray, Linda Kay ... 65, 179, 291 Rayburn, Ella Sue . 50, 143, 291, 329 Raynes, Clinton Arlis . 174, 175, 291 Razak, Paula Rae 167, 291 Ream, Ronald 291 Reardon, Kathleen Sue .... 291, 330 Rebein, Jerry 128, 291 Redd, Cheryl Ann 159, 291 Redd, Judith M 161, 167, 179, 291 Redelberger, Mark L 239 Redger, G. Louise 158, 292 Looking over the campus, seven peo- ple enjoy 7-Up on the seventh floor of McMindes Hall. Seven-Up Bottling Co. Vine St. 625-9322 Ann’s Dress Shop 1301 Main 53116 Coed Shirley Arneson selects a spring hat from our fashion center. Reece, Howard T 239 Reece, Lonnie 163 Reed, Burton J 97 Reed, Robert James 292 Reed, Robert T 144 Reedy, Thomas Arthur 292 Reese, Lorene L 239 Regas, James Peter ... 122, 292 Regier, Robert D 1 69, 171, 175, 239 Regnier, Robert H 292 Reha, Mark Owen 195, 292 Reichenborn, Danny L 240 Reid, Donna Marlene 292 Reid Jerold W 148, 292 Reif, Susan Jane 154, 292 Reimer, Deanna D 240 Reimer, Keith E 240 Reinert, Dennis R 148, 292 Reinert, Jimmie D. ... 187, 240 Reinert, Michael J 292 Reising, Gretchen L 240 Reiss, Joyce M 152, 240 Rempe, Walter Eugene .... 292 Rempe, Francis L 292 Resner, Darrell G 240 Reveille 50-51 Reveille Queen 70-71 Reynolds, Janis Ada 240 Reynolds. Marvin J 240 Rhoades, Peggy J 240 Rhoden, Kenneth K. .. 125, 144, 292 Rhodes, Katherine J 224 Rhudy, Richard K 240 Rice, Barbara J 292 Rice, Dennis E. .. 170, 240, 292 Rice, Harriett Jane 185 Richards, Howard E 240 Richards, Ronald C 240 Richards, William J 292 Richardson, Leslie 292 Rickard, Georgia A 292 Ricke, Leon Robert 292 Rider, Eugene 109, 115 Rider. Kristina Adele 292 Ridler, Gladys Agnes 292 Riebel, Dennis D 292 Riechenborn, Dan 162 Riedel. Robert E 292 Rieder, William J 292 Riedy, Gary Vincent ... 97, 292 Riekenberg, John M. . 148, 292 Riemann, Leland 292 Rietcheck, Roger L 292 Riffel, Cynthia Ellen 292 Rifford, Deborah L 292 Ringle, Carla Jo 169, 292 Ringler, Glenn P 292 Risley, Robert W 292 Ritter Beverly J 146, 292 Rixon, Kent W 292 Robben, Larry F 292 Robben, Stephen C. ... 97, 292 Robben, Susan C 292 Roberts, Anita June .. 146, 292 Roberts, Carl M 292 Roberts, Dwight F 292 Roberts, Gregory Jeff 292 Roberts, John Douglas 158 Roberts, Kathy Ladene .... 153, 292 Roberts, Robin Robert 293 Roberts, Sandra June . 167, 293 Robertson, Larry E 293 Robinson, Analee June 64 Robinson, Donna L 293 Robinson, June 182, 293 Robinson, David H. ... 198, 293 Robinson, Gregory J. . 122, 293 Robinson, Jim F 293 Robinson, Nancy Jane 156, 293 Robinson, Peggy R 293. Robison, Mary L 160, 161, 177, 179, 182, 293 Robison, William Lee . 188, 293 Rockwell. Sue A. . 46, 152, 177, 179, 293 Rodeo 88-89 Rodeo Club 158 Roeder, Dean Alan 240 Roelfs, Charles R 293 Roemer, Anita L. 240 Rogers, Debra Ann 293 Rogers, Donna Kay ... 294, 334 Rogers, Eileen Marie 174 Rogers, James R 240 Rogers, Janet 240 Rogers, Karl Duane 294 Rogers, Marilyn Dee 294 Rogers, Ronald M 294 Rogers, Thomas L 151, 294 Rogers, William E 45, 156, 313 Rohleder. George 240 Rohr, Alfred Francis 294 Rohr, Anthony J 294 Rohr, Charles L 294 Rohr, Gary L 294 Rohr, Stanley Eugene 294 Rohrbough, Johnny R 158, 294 Roland, Sharilyn 294 Roland. William H. ... 151, ”224 Rolf, Leslie Lynn 294 Rolf, Karen Beth . 142, 153. 294 Rolfs, Glenda Faye 294 Rolfs, Marion 148 Rolland, Merrie L 46, 143, 294 Rolph, David Kent 294 Romberger, Richard E 294 Romine, Janice M 153 Romine, Lola Mae .... 160, 240 Rooney, Connie Ann 294 Roo t, Edward D 240 Root, Evelyn Kay 163, 294 Rorick, Gary Don 294 Rose, Verlene Ann .... 167, 294 Rosebaugh, Robert L 240 Roskilly. James D 240 Ross, Carol Jean 142, 294 Ross, Kenneth F 49, 294 Ross, Linda L. ... 138, 139, 140, 240 Ross. Linda M 150, 294 Ross, Norman K 240 Roth. Cecil C 294 Roth, Marvin George 294 Rothfuss, Larry E 294 Rounkles, Penny F 240 Rouse, Charles C 169, 171 Rouse, Marsha Ann 294 Routh, Charles L 294 Rowan, Judith L 294 Rowh, Jay Allen 294 Rowland, Elizabeth A. . 270, 294 Roy, Duane Eugene 294 Roy, Gerry Dean 240 Ruda, Fred R 240 Ruda, Lucille Anne ... 146, 294 Ruda. Peggy L 294 Ruder, Darrell J 159 Ruder. Earl 294 Ruder, Lois ... 45, 83, 156, 294 Ruder, Roger Anthony 294 Ruder, Ronald James 294 Ruder, Steven Joseph 294 Rueb, Patrick 294 Rueb, William Joseph 168, 240 Rufenacht, Della B 240 Rufener, Larry J 240 Ruff, Aneta N. ... 50, 161, 182, 240 Rundle, David C 240 Rupke, Wayne K 240 Rupp, Beverly A. . 150, 154, 240 Rupp, Charlotte L 46 Rupp, Elsie Mae 294 Rupp, James 294 Rupp, Jo Diane 163 Rupp, John Alan 154, 295 Rupp, Marc Eron 295 Rusco, Angela M 295 Rusco, Clark D 295 Rusco, Steve Ross 144, 295 Rush Week 66-67 Russell, Barbara E 152 Russell, Berdene L 159 Russell, Penny Lou 295 Russell, Sharon L 146, 295 Ryan, James M 295 Ryan, Penny Belle 168, 295 Rynerson, Don Eugene 142, 162, 295 Rynerson, Elaine Kay . . 46, 295 Rytych, Franklin J 295 S Saathoff, Duane K 295 Saddler, Donna K 295 Saddler, Doyle E 295 Sahlfeld, Kathleen 1 295 Saindon, Bonita K 295 Sallman, Gary Lee 295 Sallman, Sandi 163 Salmans, Nick Vance 295 Salter, Steve G 109, 122 Sampson, Gary Wayne 295 Sampson, John Clark ... 188, 295 Sander, James A 295 Sanders, Joseph R 295 Sanders, Judith Ann 295 Sanford, Larry E 240 Sanford, Paula 163 Sanger, Carol Sue 170, 295 Sanneman, Dewey D 295 Sanneman, Dudley Dean .. 151, 295 Satter, Gary Dean 295 Sauber, Marcia A 295 Sauber, Mary Frances 295 Sauer, Cheryl Lyn 295 Sauer, Martha Jane .. 154, 325 Sauer, Ronald Joseph 295 Saunders, Gerald W. . 154, 295 Savolt, Linda Rae 179, 295 Sayler, Arthur M 151, 295 Saylor, E. Harold 240 Scantlin, Randolph L. . 193, 295 Scantlin, William .... 148, 193, 295 Schaefer, Mike L 120, 121, 195, 295 Schaeffer, Robert K 295 Schafer, Ronald L 190, 240 Schaffer, James R. ... 190, 240 Schalansky, Richard ... 148, 241 Schaller, Leona Ann 295 Schardein, Cynthia 295 Scheib, Linda D 143, 295 Scheibmeir, Alan J 241 Schellhamer. Marilynn 297 Schenk, Donna Marie . 179, 297 Scherr, Ruth A 241 Schertz, Kathleen Dee . 146, 297 Scheufler, Lyle R 297 Schiedeman, Janis C 297 Schields, Dale A 241 Schields, Gary Lynn .. 193, 297 Schiewe, Ronald E 297 Schippers, Donna L. .. 177, 180, 297 Schiltz. Barbara J 153 Schlaefli, Roberta A 224 Schlageck. John 297 Schlegel, Myron L 297 Schlegel, Stephen 128 Schlepp, Joann Beth .. 142, 297 Schlepp, Stanley L. ... 151, 241 Schloctermeier, Paul 297 Schmeidler, Donn Mae 297 Schmeidler, Neal F 148 Schmidt, Anita L 241 Schmidt, Clayton C 297 Schmidt, Galen E 190, 297 Schmidt, Gary E 148, 162, 241 Schmidt, Gerald A. ... 195, 297 Schmidt, Janice Lynn 297 Schmidt, Joseph Alan 297 Schmidt, Kathleen 297 Schmidt, Kathleen A 152 Schmidt, Lorn J 148, 158 Schmidt, Michael C. .. 193, 297 Schmidt, Michael Paul 156, 297 Schmidt, Pamela K 297 Schmidt, Phyllis A. ... 162, 297 Schmidt, Ramon James .... 297 Schmidt, Reatha Mary 153, 297 Schmidt, Russell D. ... 162, 297 Schmidt, Shirley Ann 297 Schmidt, Steven W 297 Schmidtberger, Joleen 297 Schmidtberger, Randal ... 109, 128 Schmitt, Denny Joe 297 Schnatterly, Arthur D. . 196, 297 Schnatterly, Martha A 297 Schneider, James R 297 Schneider, Janeen G 142, 185, 297 Schneider, Leon K 241 Schnelle, Cindy L 297 Schnoebelen, Mark A 297 Schnoebelen, Sara J. .. 179, 297 Schnoor, William F 297 Schoen, Alvin H 241 Schoeneck, Leland 0 241 Schoenfeld, Robert M 297 Schoeni, Hattie A 297 Schoenthaler, Cheryl .. 185, 297 Schoenthaler, Cfarindo 297 Scholle, Beth Marie ... 142, 297 Schon, Wayne E 161, 298 Schrader, Jennifer S 298 Schreiber, Barbara J. . 185, 298 Schreiber, Catherine . 142, 182, 298 Schreiber, Kent 149 Schreiber, Mary M. .. 138, 139, 140, 147, 162, 241 Schreiber, Richard K 224 Schreiber, Thomas E. .. 175, 298 Schreibvogef, Beverly 298 Schreiner, Eileen 163 Schreiner, Roger 298 Schroeder, Kathryn A 152, 179, 241 Schroeder, Troy A 241 Schrott, Sharon J 298 Schrum, Steven D 241 Schrum, William Dean 128, 129 Schryer, Frances R 298 Schuckman, Leonard 241 Schugart, Janice C. .. 143, 298 Schulte, Lavern J 143, 161, 242 Schulte, Ronald Lynn . 144, 298 Schultz, Gaylen W. ... 190, 298 Schultz, Ronda Jo 298 Schultz, Carla E 298 Schumacher, Phyllis 298 Schupman, Marilyn D 298 Schwab, Beverly M 298 Schwartz, Marcus J 156 Schwarz, Gregory H 298 Schwarzenberger, John .... 177, 190, 242 Schwartzkopf, Herbert 298 Schwein, Richard Rex .. 48, 169 Schwindt. Barry Lynn 298 Schwindt, Elizabeth 298 Scott, Cheryl L 158, 224 Scott, Dwayne L 298 Scott, Laura J 64, 182, 298 Scott, Ronald 298 Scott, Ronald Lee 298 Scott, Stephen M 162, 298 356 Seago, Diane G 242 Seago, George 298 Seamans, Coni J 146, 298 Seamans, George E. 298 Sears, Robert E 242 Seba, Larry Roger 29 8 Sebastian, Linda Mae 298 Sebaugh, Tamara Lynn .... 169, 298 Sedo, Ronald A 298 Seele, Linda K 298 Seeman, Jane A 298 Seeman, Joyce Marie 298 Seibel, Gary Wayne .. 187, 298 Seifert, Jolene A 161, 298 Seirer, Stephen R 298 Seifried, Bryant V 298 Sekavec, Dale A. . 162, 169, 298 Sekavec, Thomas Lee . 149, 298 Selfridge, C. Allen ... 151, 298 Sell, Kathryn C 298 Selley, Charla J 242 Selley, Samuel J 242 Seltmann, Douglas Lee 299 Seniors 225-245 Service, William P 242 Settles, Cheryl Dee 299 Settles, Steve Craig 299 Seufer, Donald G 158 Seventh Cavalry 141 Sexsmith, Cheryl S 242 Sftxspn, Keith E 149 Seyb, Marilyn Kay ... 139, 153, 299 Shafer, Gerry Lee 299 Shaffer, Jan M 49 Shamburg, Gloria June .... 299 Shandy. Robert Keith 299 Shartk, Harold Dean 299 Shannon, Joyce E 185, 299 Shari fi, I raj A 147, 149 Sharp, Michael Donn 299 Shaw, Linda Jo 174, 299 Shaw, Roberta Kay 299 Shaw, Madeline Kay . 177, 179, 299 Shaw, Sue Carol 299 Shaw, Sandra Kaye 299 Shean, Constance M 242 Shear, Robert Keith 159 Sheets, Patricia K 242 Sheffer, Karla J 299 Shelly, Gerald E 105, 125, 144, 299 Shepard, Virgil 242 Sherbondy, Dick E. ... 187, 299 Sherwood, Donald R. . 151, 299 Sherwood, Margaret 299 Shields, Robert B 299 Shiew, James Aden ... 157, 299 Shipley, Chris Jay 299 Shira, Earl W 242 Shirk, Layne C 299 Shoemaker, Elaine M 143, 206, 299 Shoemaker, Laura A 299 Shoemaker, Terry C 242 Shomshor, Mary Margo ... 299 Shover, Patricia D. ... 146, 153, 299 Shriver, Prudence L. .. 138, 139, 242 Shriver, Carol L 179, 299 Shubert, Greg Adair . 299 Shuman, Philip L 171 Sians, Moussa 148, 299 Siebert, Sharon K 299 Sieker, Jerry Dean 299 Siemers, Kurtis G. . 97, 160, 299 Sigma Alpha Eta 152 Sigma Alpha lota 169 Sigma Chi 192-193 Sigma Kappa 182-183 Sigma Phi Epsilon 194-195 Sigma Sigma Sigma ... 184-185 Sigma Tau Gamma .... 196-197 Simmons, Calvin L 44, 198, 299 Simmons, John E 242 Simmons, Paul Stanley . 97, 128 Simmons, Sheryle .51, 180, 299 Simoneau, LeRoy 148 Simpson, Janet E 299 Sims, Margaret J 170, 299 Sinclair, Alice R. 299 Sinclair, E. June 185 Sink, Stephen Dale 299 Sipes, James Stuart 299 Sirirattna, Suriva 331 Sisler, Kathleen E 142, 299 Skubal, Lou E 82. 299 Skubal, Terry Ottis 299 Skurat, Dennis 299 Slattery, Richard E. ... 196, 300 Slavik, Dale Eugene 300 Slavin, Danny Lee 300 Sleichter, Sheryl L 300 Slimmer, Virginia N 300 Slipsager, Barbara L 300 Slopansky, Paul E 242 Small, lola Marie 154, 158, 300 Smarsh, John A 242 Smerchek, Karen Gay . 150, 300 Smetana, Jerry M 97 Smetana, Mary Sue 300 Smiley, Carol 163 Smith, Arlyn E 224 Smith, Bronwen M 242 Smith, Carol Ann 300 Smith, Cheryl A 168 Smith, David C 242, 300 Smith, Donna Jean 179 Smith, Gary W 242 Smith, Ivalee Gayle .. 146. 150, 1 70, 300 Smith. Jill C 300 Smith, Juanita Kay .... 146, 163, 167, 300 Smith, Karla Marie 300 Smith, Kenneth Warren ... 159 Smith, Larry D 242 Smith, Larry Lee . 144, 242, 300 Smith, Linda Faye 300 Smith, Lois Jane 169, 300 Smith, Margaret E. ... 139, 242 Smith, Marilyn Sue ... 160, 300 Smith, Mary K 300 Smith, Mary Lou 152, 300 Smith, Patricia A 154, 156, 300 Smith, Patrick M 300 Smith, Ralph Anthony 224 Smith, Richard Neal 300 Smith, Rita 300 Smith, Ronald D 242 Smith, Spencer 193, 242 Smith, Steven D 300 Smith, Vern Ray 300 Smith, Wayne Albert 198 Smith, William H 148, 300 Smullins, Ronald Lee 300 Snay, Karen 242 Snodgrass, Carol Sue . 153, 300 Sodamann. Arlene L 300 Soice, Larry E 219, 224 Soice, Verle P 148, 300 Soice, Nicki Jean 139, 140, 219, 242, 316 Soil Conservation Society .. 157 Songer, Sheryl L 300 Sooby, Alice 300 Sophomore Women ' s Honorary 143 Sothers, Judith A 179, 242 Souchek, Frances Ann 300 Soukup, Sherry Lynn 300 Spacil, Paul E 242 Spangenberg, Edward . 151, 242 Spanier, Jerry A 300 Spanish Club 162 Sparks, Jeryl Lynn 193, 300 Sparks, Marjorie Ann 242 Sparks, Richard D 300 Spatz, Bonna 163 Specht, Terry Lynn 301 Sperry, Charles K 301 Spellman, Steve E 301 Spicer, Jay Allen 301 Spicer, Michael W 301 Spillman. Sharon K. ... 142, 301 Spitler, Anita Jeanne 301 Spohr, Norman 242 Spomer, Kathy Jane 301 Sports Division 94-135 Spratt, Dennis M 97, 100, 102, 301 Sprehe, Janet Lou 146, 301 Sprehe, Janice Lea 301 Sprick, Roger G 242 Springer, Linda Sue 301 Springfeldt, Michael .. 169. 171 Springsted, Karen S 242 Squire, John Charles 158 Sramek, Debby Lynn .. 158, 301 Staab, Catherine Ann 301 Staab, Irwin Albert ... 162, 224 Staab, Joyce A 242 Staab, Rose Ann 301 Staats, Roger Curtis 301 Stackhouse, Sue A. ... 152, 242 Stagner, Gene H 301 Stahl, Michael 242 Stahl, Richard 45, 159, 242 Stalnaker. Alan Lane 301 Stamey. Stephen L 301 Stamper, Carolyn 169 Stamper, Eloise 150, 301 Stanley, Rosemary Ann ... 146, 302 Stanton, Loren P 49, 302 Stapleton, Diana 163 Stapleton, Jerry W. .. 141, 242 Stapleton, Mary A. ... 170, 302 Stapleton, William E 302 Star Promenaders 154-155 Startz, Pamela Lou 302 Stearns, Michael W 302 Stech. T erence V 243 Stecklein, Cynthia L 302 Stecklein, Franklin 302 Stecklein, Lois Ann 302 Steele, George L 243 Steele, Marlene Ann 302 Steen, Vicki Lynn 185, 243, 302 Steimel, Robert L 243 Stein, Dean Leroy 128, 302 Steiner, James D 302 Steinkuehler, Terry 302 Steitz, Linda Kay . 156, 162, 302 Stelzer, Don Steven ... 198, 302 Stephens, Marcia Lynn 302 Stephens, Robert John 302 Stephenson, Dana K 302 Stephenson, Don Henry 243 Stephenson, Linda S. .. 179, 243 Stevens, Deanna Jo 46, 302 Stevens, Deborah Sue 302 Stevens, Tommy F 243 Stewart, Carol Ann ... 182, 302 Stewart, Dennis E 302 Stewart, John J 158 Stewart, Karen Marie . 158, 302 Stewart. Kenneth T. ... 148, 243 Stewart, Patty Sue .... 150, 302 Stewart. Ricke K 158, 302 Stewart, Stephanie A. . 142, 302 Stewart, Stephen R. .. 144, 243 Stewart, Wayne S 149, 243 Stiawalt, Karen Kay 302 Stieben, Linda Diane . 142. 170, 302 Still, Robert L 302 Stockton. Sharlene S. . 150, 302 Stone, Gerald D 243 Stone, Suzanne Lee 302 Stoops, Alen Ray 302 Stoppel, Mary Ann 302 Storm, Bonnie C 172 Storm, Linda 172 Stout, Nancy 139 Stos, Carol Jean 243 Stos, Charles J 243 Straigh t, Ronald 302 Strahm, Kerry Robert 302 Stranathan. Sidney W 193, 302 Strathmann, Jeanne L 302 Strauss, Joann 185, 243 Strecker. Richard L 302 Streit, Duane Allen 302 Streit, Gene Edward 302 Streit, James M 193, 302 Streit, Jeanne C 302 Streit, Jerome G 302 Streit, Ronald L 302 Strella, John E 147, 243 Stremel, Edward J 303 Strieker, Diana L 302 Strickland, Leslie 158 String Orchestra 172 String Quartet 172 Strobe!, George A 243 Stuart, Mark W 147, 243 Stuart, Steven E 303 Stucky, Richard Keith 303 Student National Education Assn 147 Student Organizations Committee 45 Stull, Gordon B 159 Stull, Lary Dale 303 Sturgeon, Marilyn K 303 Suelter, Dennis D 187, 303, 334 Suelter, Robert G 303 Suiter, Charles F 303 Suiter, Gail Kay 150, 303 Suiter, Jayne Ann 303 Sullivan, Lynda L 243, 303 Sullivan, Rita Lee 203, 303 Sulzman, Mary J 140, 160, 243 Summers, Darrell K 303 Summers, Tonja Marie 153, 303 Sunley, Robert L 143, 303 Super, David L 303 Suppes, Carol Jean 303 Surprise, Donna June 303 Suter, Don M 151. 243 Sutley. Alfred Terry 303 Sutton, Roddy D 243 Suvanprakorn, Rapeeph .... 331 Svaty, Linda E 303 Swagerty, Patricia W 303 Swan, Sherry Lynn 303 Swank, Kaye Lorraine . 170, 185, 303 Swank, Nancy Jo 185, 303 Swank, Susan Kay 153 Swann, Alice M 303 Swayze, Curtis W 151 Swearengin, Doris B 172 Sweat, Rosalie R 243 Sweetheart King and Queen 78 Swenson, Janice Kay 243 Swim, John Stanley 303 Switzer, Richard W 303 Swonger, Katherine ... 153, 303 Symns, Thomas C 158, 243 Synovec, Donna Jean .. 71, 169, 171. 303 T Tabrizi, Nematollah H 243 Tacha, Warren L 162, 303 Taldo, Donald E 243 Tammen, Rhonda Sue 303 Tappan, Benjamin F. .. 97, 144, 303 Tate, Michael J. . 174, 177, 187, 303 Tatkenhorst, Kenneth 303 Tau Kappa Epsilon 198-199 Taylor, Gary L 303 Teasley, Warren B. ... 116, 117 Teasley, Keith Ray 158 Tedesco, Andrew S. ... 198, 303 Tedesco, Jo Anne F. ..44, 180, 225, 243 Tedford, Peggy Dianne ... 174, 303 Teel, Glen A 151, 154, 243 Teeter, Fred Royce .... 97, 100 Tennis 122-123 Tennyson, Terry Dean 303 Terbovich, Carolyn M 170 Terry, Bill Lee 196, 303 Terry, Linda 336 Thacker, Margaret E. . 170, 303 Tharp, Tommy Ray 303 Theis, David Nicholas ....... 303 Thelander, Larry R 303 Theodine, Sister M 153 Thibault, Delmer H 161 Thiele, Nancy E 174 Thielen, Jay B 157, 243 Thielen, Kay S. ... 46, 185, 303 Thielen, Nick Carl 143, 304 Thiessen, Anita Mae 243 Thiessen, Eldon 148, 243 Tholen, Diana K 243 Thomas, J. Craig 125, 243 Thomas, R. Wayne 243 Thomasson, Joseph R. . 139, 149 Thomm, Ralph Earl ... 142, 170, 304 Thompson, Barbara A 243 Thompson, Dennis Earl 196, 304 Thomspon, Donald E 151 Thompson, Donna L. .. 169, 172, 304 Thompson, LaVerna 163 Thompson, Linda F. ... 180, 304 Thompson, Linda Kay 146, 170, 304 Thompson, Willa Kay . . 89, 304 Thurlow, Janet M 243 Thurman, Pamala D. .. 153, 304 Thyfault, Carmella L 304 Tibbetts, James C. ... 187, 304 Tiger Debs 167 Timken, Steve Wayne 304 Tindell, Sue Ann . 153, 182, 304 Tione, Carmine A 144, 243 Tisdel, Elaine M. . 146, 162, 304 Tittel, Barbara Ann 304 Tittel, Joyce C 46, 304 Tittel, Sandra Kay 304 Todd, Robert 0 149 Toedman, Virginia 304 Toepfer, William A. .. 109, 193, 304 Tomanek, Sheila Kay . 142, 180, 304 Tomanek, Tonya Ann 304 Tomanek, Walta Jean . 182, 304 Tomlin, Rick Lee 304 Tomlinson, Mary Beth . 174, 304 Tongish, Douglas B 304 Tonne, Larry E 304 Toot, Georgann M 304 Torline, Galen J 151, 243 Torr, Gary Mark 304 Torres, Maruja 243 Touslee, Judith Ann 304 Touslee, Sue Ella 304 Track 124-127 Traffic Tribunal 44 Tramp, Rodney Ray 304 Trapp, John L. ... 142, 160, 243 Tregellas, James R 305 Tremblay, Leland A 305 Tresner, Leland Earl .. 118, 119 Treu, Michael B. . 174, 175, 177, 198, 305 Trimmer, Sue A 182, 244 Trout, Charlene Kaye . 186, 305 Trout, Susan Dee 48, 305 Troyer, Ronnie Dane 305 True, Donald Wayne .. 171, 305 Trumble, Sherry Anne ... 146, 305 Tucker, Glenn J 195, 305 Tucker, Nancy Ruth ... 153, 305 Tucker, Steve Randall 305 Tucker, Martha J 244 Tuggle, Natalee June 305 Tull, Don Eugene 149, 305 Turley, Roy A 158, 305 Turner Gary E 305 Turner, Gary Lee 198, 305 Turner, John Elliott 305 Tuxhorn, Mary Jean 305 Tweed, John C 244 Twidwell Kenneth W 305 Tyler, Glenda Louise 305 Tymer, Dennis Clair 305 Tyrell, David Lynn 305 Tyson, Donald Ray 305 u Ubert, Robert Dean 305 Ueckert, Linda Susan 305 Uehling, Terry Dean 305 Ulin, Larry R 244 Ulmer, Gary Dean 118 Umscheid, Thomas E. . 151, 305 Underclassmen 246-313 Underwood, Ronald D 305 Unger, Lemoin A 305 Unruh, Earl Edward 305 Unruh, Eldon Keith 305 Urban, Daniel J 305 Urban, Donald J 174, 305 Urban, Gerald L 305 Urban, Kathryn Sue .. 153, 305 V Vachal, Charles E 147, 163 Vallin, Dwight E 305 Vallin, Emily Beth 305 Van Allen, Jeralynn F 305 Van Donge, Jerry P. .. 177, 196, 244 Van Doren, David A. . 177, 187, 305 Van Doren, Roger L 305 Van Dyke, Dale A 244 Van Kooten, Connie K. ... 170, 305 Van Kooten, Laverne A. ... 305 Van Loenen, Beverly A 305 Van Vleet, Karen 154 Vann, Mary Jo 306 Van Wey, Connie E. ... 153, 306 Vap, Eugene F 244 Vap, Richard Dean 306 Vap, Suzanne Irene 306 Varsity Band 173 Varsity Band Show 68-69 Vavricka, Robert L. ... 151, 306 Veazey, Thomas A. ... 198, 306 Veeh, Thomas Lee 306 Vehige, Kenneth D 306 Ven John, Karen L. ... 146, 306 Venneberg, Gerald Lee ... 143, 306 Venneberg, Janet K. .. 147, 306 Vernon, Edith Louise 306 Students use our complete banking service as well as our hostess room facilities. Hays National Bank 1 108 Main St. 628-8211 MEMBER OF FDIC Vernon, Gerald A 193, 224 Vernon, Voyle Lemoin 306 Vesecky, Margaret A 153, 158, 170, 306 Vessey, Ronald D 244 Vestal, Ronald E 306 Veteran ' s Club 157 Vignery, Ronald J 244 Vincent, David Dale 306 Vincent, Nikki Jo 158, 306 Vinson, Bonnie Lou 306 Vint, Janice M 138, 244 Vlasak, Sharon 161 Von Leonrod, Mark 306 Vonada, Karen Kay 306 Vopat, Alan George .. 154, 306 Vopat, Eugene 0 306 Vopat, Harry J 244 Voran, Sharon Elaine 306 Voss, Robert Dale 306 Votruba, Edward, J. .. 151, 170, 244 Vratil, Connie Lynn ... 179, 306 Vrtiska, John N 306 W Wade, Bruce Kent 306 Wade, Sandra 306 Wadsworth, Tim H 306 Wagenblast, Jimmy D 306 Wagner, Arthur F 306 Wagner, Bob Burke 306 Wagner, Dale E 244 Wagner, Franc E 306 Wagner, Gerald Lee 306 Wagner, Norma J. ... 161, 244 Wahlmeier, Mary C 306 Wahlmeier, Roger F 244 Wahrman, Lynette M 306 Wakeman, Katherine L 306 Wakulich, Virginia E 306 Walker, Charlotte C. . 153, 306 Walker, Danny N 143, 154, 162, 306 Walker, Denzil D 144, 244 Walker, Dixie Lee 306 Walker, Larry Gene 306 Walker, Naomi Norene ... 174, 306 Walker, Susan Jean ... 150, 244 Walker, Susan Patsy 306 Walker, Thelma Jean 306 Wall. Ruth Ann 182. 307 Wallace, Aljoe Steve 307 Wallace, Barbara Jean 307 Waller, William L 244 Wallert, Deborah R 307 Walline, Carol Sue ... 148, 307 Wallsmith, Don Lee 307 Walsh, Gary Joe 64 Walt, Jo Ann 307 Walter, Cynthia J 307 Walter, Joseph P 307 Walter, Nellie L. . 150, 244, 326 Walter, Ronald Gene 307 Walters, Clara J 140, 152, 244 Walters, David A 307 Walters, James A 307 Walters, Kathleen A. .. 51, 153, 244 Walters, Mary Lee 307 Walters, Nancy L. ... 147, 162, 307 Walters, Thomas W 307 Walts, Donald Gene .. 195, 307 Walz, Raymond A 307 Wangerin, David L 307 Wann, David K 307 Ward, Darrell Walter 307 Ward, Elmer M 170, 307 War d, Gary Gene .... 128, 307 Ward. Kathleen E 307 Ward, Linda Lea 244 Ward, Nancy Ann .... 182, 244 Ward, Naomi H 244 Ward, Victor H 244 Ward, Wava Jean .... 146, 307 Wark, Gloria Ann 307 Warkentine, Terry L 307 Warner, Cynthia Lea 307 Warnken, Gordon Lee 307 Warren, Narfcy Ruth 307 Wasinger, Darrell E 307 Wasinger, David G 162 Wasinger, Richard 244 Watkins, Robert A. ... 142, 148 Watson, Elizabeth 244 Watson, Warren W. .. 144, 244 Watt, Glenda Ann 307 Watts, Betty L 224 Weber, Hilaria Rosa 307 Weber, Joseph C 307 Weber, Majorie Dawn 162, 307 Weber, Ronald 307 Webring, Gary L 195, 244 Webster, Alan Wayne 307 Weeks, Robert Lee 97, 307 Weers, Diane M 244 Weigel, Leland 0 307 Weigel, Leo K 148, 244 Weigel, Phyllis M 307 Weihe, Diane 307 Weise, Barbara Ann .. 153, 307 Weisensee, Charles A 307 Weiser, Lonnie Dean 307 Weissenfluh, Henry S 244 Welker, Judy Kay .... 142, 150, 307 Wells, Dennis M 128 Wells, Richard L 244 Wells, Toni Mary 307 Welter, Dorthy Ann . . . 90, 308 Welter, Lorraine M 308 Welty, Susan J 308 Wendel. Thomas L 308 Wendell, Marlene M. . 163, 308 Wendell, Rickie L 308 Wenrich, Carl Brent ... 198, 308 Werner, Donald J. ... 142, 308 Werner, Duane S 118, 144, 308 WeVnet, Sally L 156, 244 Werth, Agnes C 185, 244 Werth, Charlene Faye 308 Werth, John Frederick 308 Werth, Linda Anne ... 163, 308 Wesbrooks. Cheryl E. . 152, 308 Wess, Patricia Rae 61, 179, 308, 316 Wessel, Helen Anna 308 Wessling, Rosemary R 308 West, Dennis Lynn 174 West, Gary Lynn 244 Westerman, Byron K. . 171, 175 Westerman, Edward .. 151, 170, 240 Westerman, Michael W. ... 308 Westervelt, Dixie L. ... 46, 154, 313 Westhoff, Larry W. .. 170, 187, 308 Westphal, Carl R 308 Wettstein, Cindy Kay .. 153, 308 Wetz, Mark 308 Wetzel, Elaine Kay ... 142, 153, 308 Wheatcrft, Janice L. 308 Wheeler, Cynthia Rae 308 Wheeler. John P. . 45. 308, 3 ! 3 Wheeler. Shirley I 240 Wherry, Robert Paul . . . 49, 309 White, Connie L 309 White, Doris Pauline 309 White, Lyle Alan 97 Whitney, Marjorie L 309 Whitney, Neva J 170, 309 Whittecar, Donald G. . . 45, 244 Who ' s Who 138 Wicke, Linda A 309 Wiehl, Connie $ 244 Wiehl, Dwight A 160, 245 Wiehl, Margie Ann ... 167, 309 Wiens, Georgette Kay 179, 309 Wiens, Karen J 245 Wiesner, David J 309 Wiesner, Linda Ann .. 158, 309 Wiest Hall 216-218 Wiggins, Sherrie Lynn 309 Wilburn, Robert E. ... 144, 245 Wilgers, Mary Lee ... 171, 172 Wilhite, Patricia 309 Wilken, Karen Sue 309 Wilkens, Ardene R 309 Wilkie, Herbert D 309 Wilkinson, Gregory A 309 Willhaus, Rose M 146, 245 Williams, Barbara M 309 Williams, Becky Jane . 180, 309 Williams, Cathy J 309 Williams, Dwight M 128 Williams, Gaylen R 309 Williams, Jerry E 245 Williams, Jimmie Lee 245 Williams, Linda M 310 Wi liams, Nikki Lynn .. 146, 310 Williamson, Michael T 310 Willimon, Nancy- A 310 Willis. Charles E 212 Willome, Thomas C 310 Wilson, Darlene 245 Wilson, Diane Kay 310 Wilson, Freddy C 310 Wilson, Leslie D 148, 310 Wilson, Linda 172 Wilson, Patricia Lee 310 Wilson, Robert J 310 Wilson, Ron Clyde 310 Wilson, Wanda B 245 Wilson, William R. ... 158, 310 Wiltshire, William R. . 138, 139, 245 Windholz, Agnes 310 Windholz, Brian J 48, 245 Windscheffel, Jan A. . 193, 310 Wingert, Daniel Troy 310 Winkler, Connie Jean 310 Winkler, Steven K 310 Winn, Mark B 310 Winter, Fawne Lynn .. 179, 310 Winter, Linda Sue ... 154, 162, 310 Wirtz, Jayne E 310 Wise, Judith Ann 156, 310 Witthuhn, Eldon Duane .... 310 Witwer, Karen Louise 170, 185, 310 Woelk, Cheryl L 310 Wohlford, Mary L. ... 147, 206, 310 Wolf, Donalyn Dee 310 Wolf, Henry Glen 310 Wolf, Paula J 310 Wolfe, Duane Alan 310 Wolfe, Henry 154 Wolfe, Lillian R. . 138, 185, 245 Wolfram, Joyce 154 Wolfing, Linda L 310 Womacks, David M 158 Women ' s Glee Club 170 Women ' s Leadership Organization 140 Women ' s Recreation Assn. . 146 Wondra, Stephen A. .. 160, 245 Wood, Harold Richard 310 Wood, Virginia Lee .. 162, 310 Woods, Dianna Lynn 310 Woods, Kenneth Dean 142, 310 Woods, Lenna L 150, 245 Woods, Marie Ann ... 156, 310 Woods, Wanda Rae 310 Woodson, Shirley L 143 Woodwind Ensemble 172 Woolen, Doral G 160, 161, 245 Woolverton, Jon T. .. 151, 195, 310 Worden, Charles E. .. 143, 162, 196, 310 Workman, Beverly C 310 Woydziak, Carol L. ... 152, 310 Wrestling 1 18-1 19 Wright, Curtis Arthur 171 Wright, Christine L 210 Wright, G. Gwen 167, 179, 310 Wright, Marilyn J 310 Wright, Richard B 231 Wu, Anthony Wai 149 Wurtz, Larry J 312 Wyant, Charlene Rae 312 Wyatt, John F 312 Wyatt, Sharon Gale .. 153, 312, 333 Wyatt, Wendell 44 Wyley, Linda Sue 312 Y Yarnell, Roger Lee 312 Yates, Adnrea Graham ... 152, 245 Yauney, Michael A 312 Yazicioglu, Ahmet 147 Yeager, Donald V 196, 245 Yearout, Phillip D 312 Yilk, Mary Donis 161 Yost, James D 312 Young, Bradley E 312 Young, Candace Sue . 174, 180, 312 Young, Kay Louise ... 150, 172, 312 Young, Robert D 125 Young, Robert J 312 Young, Robert K 190, 198, 245, 312 Young, Warren P 142, 312 Younker, Carol Ann 312 Younker, Richard A. .. 151, 312 Z Zachman, Diane M. ... 146, 312 Zamrzla, Bruce A 105, 125, 144, 312 Zehr, Dennis Joe 144, 312 Zeigler, Trean W 312 Zelenka, Wendy Irene . 172, 312 Zellner, Geraldine F. . . 180, 312 Zeman, Carol Jean . . . 142, 150, 172, 312 Zerfas, Sidney K 166, 312 Zerr, Dean Adam 153, 312 Ziegler, Eugene Pius . . . 312 Ziegler, Jo Eva J 245 Ziegler, Kenneth E 312 Ziegler, Richard D 245 Zielke, Tim 170 Zier, James A 148, 245 Zier, Kristin Marie 312 Zimbelman, Gary L. . . 170, 312 Zimmer, Joan C 150, 158, 161, 312 Zimmer, Mary L 150, 312 Zimmer, Terry Lee 312 Zimmerman, Jan Mari . . 312 Zimmerman, Valerie L. 312 Zimmerman, Virginia . 139, 245 Zimmermann, Janice L. .... 245 Zink, David A 312 Zipfel, Gary Ralph . . . . , • 97, 312 Zohner, Carl J 245 Zohner, Ruth 312 Zvolanek, Phillip J 245 Zwink, David R. ... 45, 122, 312 Zwink, Timothy Ashley . 312 d? 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