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

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1970 Reveille Fort Hays Kansas State College Hays, Kansas Roxy Ann Green, Editor Greg Gleason, Business Manager L. M. Jackson, Photography Director The sun has gone down on one of the most tumultuous decades of modern man. War, political assassination and social up- heaval rocked America and the world in the ' 60 ' s. Man won his first battle with space. More personally, the sun sets on the Cunningham era of Fort Hays State as Dr. John W. Gus- tad picks up the torch and leads the college forward. Although barely risen over the horizon, one can feel -the shadow of the ' 70 ' s. The future of all mankind will be determined by the events of these years. The shadow of Fort Hays will be cast by President Gustad, but it is the students who will determine the depth of that shadow. Let us now begin. This is the Beginning Of Tomorrow — The Way It ' s Going to Be For You and Me. Contents Happenings 18 Academics 42 Student Life 76 Athletics 140 Community 1 82 Classes 232 Advertising 322 Life Is an Instant — A Dream — A Summons. We Follow the Sun, We Burst Outside Ourselves. In the Uncertainty of This Age, A College Casts Its Shadow of Growth. We Select, Cast Away, Evolve. 1970 Ushers in the Gustad Era for Fort Hays As the 60 s slip over the horizon of time and 1970 casts its sunrise shadow, a new figure stands to guide the destinies and steer the course of action of Fort Hays State College. A Minnesotan by birth and edu- cation, Dr, John W. Gustad becomes a Kansan by adoption as he accepts the Presidency of Fort Hays State and becomes its fifth president. " I want to make this the best col- lege in Kansas, he said, and he set about to inaugurate changes which he feels will help him fulfill his goal. Reassessing the curriculum, reor- ganizing the academic structure and raising faculty salaries were the first endeavors to which he set his at- tention. " Kansas has something very spec- ial and that ' s their people, " declared Mrs. Doris Gustad as she and daugh- ter Anne joined the new president in Hays to establish their home on the campus. College Dignitaries Witness Gustad Inauguration BELOW: Many speakers grace the podium during inaugural week Among them are Dr Walt Rostow, Steve Ray!, Dr Neil Walker and Dr E Laurence Chalmers. FAR BELOW: The investiture of a president is not a completely serious matter BELOW RIGHT: Dr. Gustad enjoys a humorous remark made by Dr James McCain. FAR RIGHT: Faculty from various institutions pose an impressive procession Cold, damp weather moved the inauguration ceremonies inside to Sheridan Coliseum Oct. 5. Dignitaries from colleges across the nation as well as those in Kansas were on hand to witness the investiture of Dr. Gus- tad as president of Fort Hays State. Greetings from five elements of college life were included in the pro- gram. Gov. Robert Docking brought greetings for the State of Kansas; Steve Rayi for the students; Dr. Neil Walker for the faculty; and Dr. James McCain, president of Kansas State University, for the state institutions of higher education. Dr. Walt Rosfow delivered the in- augural address entitled " The Irrele- vance of the Relevant. " Presiding over the investiture of office was Thomas Griffith of Manhattan, chair- man of the Board of Regents. Academic Activities Mark Inauguration Week BELOW: The inaugural platform party pro- vides much color and solemn dignity, BE- LOW LEFT: Gov. Robert Docking brings greetings from the State of Kansas. FAR BELOW: The Gustads make their way to the Country Club for luncheon. Charge to the President John W. Gustad, you have in- dicated your willingness to ac- cept the position of president of Fort Hays Kansas State Col- lege. . . .The questions that you, your faculty and students must seek to answer are myriad and complex. I can provide no solace by saying that the answer to these questions will be easy. The only encouragement that I can offer is that mankind, although it has demonstrated enormous capacity for folly, has also ex- hibited a hopeful capacity to achieve. My charge to you is to bring to bear all the resources and powers entrusted to your guidance to the task of insuring that Fort Hays Kansas State College plays its role in achiev- ing peace, harmony and broth- erhood for all mankind. Specia l academic activities involving fac- ulty and students continued throughout the week following the inauguration. Dr, E. Laurence Chalmers, chancellor of the University of Kansas, spoke to an honors convocation held on campus Monday morn- ing, Later that evening a special honor so- cieties banquet was held with the president and family as honored guests. Dr, Gustad was also the feature speaker of the event. Three faculty symposiums were held durlnq the week. At that time, Dr, Leo Oliva, Dr. Samuel Sackett and Dr, Gerald W, Tomanek, all of the Fort Hays State faculty, presented scholarly papers. An evening convocation in Sheridan Coliseum presented Dr. O. Meredith Wilson, nationally known as the president and director of the Cen- ter for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, Calif, His message was entitled " Education and the Evolution of a Democratic Society, " Music also played a part in th e activities of the week. The voice faculty of Fort Hays presented a vocal recital with an organ recital being held later In the week. Capping the week for Dr, Gustad was the Chamber of Commerce banquet held on Friday Evening. Dr. Gustad was honored guest and speaker for the evening. When a new president comes to office, new symbols are created to represent his authority. At Fort Hays, these symbols are in the form of the medallion, used in con- veying the duties of office; the sea! representing the authority of the office itself and the mace, which is carried during the inaugural procession. What Man Can Conceive, He Can Achieve. Let ' s Sing a Song of Peace, of Progress for the 70 ' s. HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGS FHS “Residents” Return Balmy fall weather provided the perfect atmosphere for an unhurried return to class routine. The feeling In the air was one of speculation. How would the Tiger Football season go? What about the new president? Would Vietnam receive more cam- pus attention? Whatever the expectations, stu- dents, new and old, found fall con- ditions— In a spring-like setting, right for getting to know campus life. FAR ABOVE: Summer-like weather makes a fall picnic on the college lawn irresistible. ABOVE RIGHT: Enrollment involves money. Students gave to the Endowment Fund while passing through enrollment line. RIGHT: People-to-People, an organization for foreign students made new arrivals at FHS feel at home with casual get-to- Students Welcome Gustads, Parents Associated Women Students and McMindes Hall combined efforts to welcome Mrs. Gustad as the new first lady of FHS. McMindes spon- sored a tea honorinq Mrs. Gustad and daughter Ann. All women stu- dents, faculty members and house- mothers were invited to visit with Mrs. Gustad during the gathering. Students all over the campus wel- comed their parents to FHS for the annual Parents Day, Sept. 20. Parents heard President Gustad speak and and had the opportunity to sample dorm food and attend a Tiger foot- ball game. RIGHT: Debate between the Moratorium and anti-Moratorium factions becomes somewhat forma! in this instance, BELOW: Crowds in the Union show the apathy many students feel towards Moratorium activi- ties. BELOW RIGHT: Feeble candle flames are carefully guarded during the November candle lighting for peace, FAR RIGHT: Several students prefer to read about the Moratorium than become involved. Oct. 15 Brings Meager Response Fort Hays was no exception to the Moratorium activities as students be- came active in several programs, demonstrating their reaction to the Vietnam conflict. The reaction on October 15, however, was meager, characterized by only a smattering of black armbands and American flaqs. Activities in November brought candle lighting ceremonies for peace and a debate between the Morator- ium and anti-Moratonum groups. Large corwds in the Union during the proceedings indicated a gen- eral lack of interest. RIGH i : Wet weather fails to wilt royal loveliness as Queen Robyn and her court share an umbrella. BELOW: Alumni and stuaents experience a common plight as dampness continues to prevail during the Tiger football game. Spirits High In Spite of Rain Homecoming spirits were damp- ened. though not extinguished, as the weather turned wet and chilly Saturday. Oct, 18, Students braved the rain to watch the main street parade built on the theme, ‘ ' Highlights of the ' 60 V Capturing the Sweepstakes Prize was the combined entry of McMindes and Wiest Halls, " Dark Side of the Earth, 1 Individual entry honors went to Custer Hall and Delta Zeta, tak- ing first and second respectively. First place In the combined division went to Tri Sigma and Sigma Phi Ep- silon, ABOVE: Frosh take 6 tumble In their tug- of-war defeat. RIGHT: Parades are for little people and umbrellas are for rain. ABOVE RIGHT: The McMindes-Wiest float entry captured Sweepstakes Prize hands down, EAR RIGHT: Muddy ground made frequent cleat cleaning a necessary side- The traditional pull across the mur- ky waters of Big Creek ended in a sophomore victory. Fort Hays met the Emporia Hor- nets in the traditional afternoon Homecoming game. The Tigers sus- tained a 7 to 34 loss on swampy Lewis Field, Half-time activities in- cluded the crowning of Queen Robyn Dansel, McMindes candidate. Her court included Loretta Miller, first attendant; Ella Dominquez, second attendant, Cynthia Hoffman and Jan Schneider, A L Program — Talent Plus Gaiety and music concluded Homecoming week and opened the Artist and Lecture Series for 1969 on Oct. 18. The Serendipity Singers, a folk rock group entertained a ca- pacity crowd of Fort Hays students and alumni In the barn of the Coli- seum. Performing in spite of the loss of their own instruments, the Singers went on with the show aided by local merchants. Their program Included skits and satirical social comment as well as contemporary songs. Second on the A8cL program was the Rumanian Madrigal and Choir, performing Oct. 24 in the Coliseum. The Madrigal provided a variety of musical entertainment complete with authentic costumes. Dressed in the styles depicting the Spanish Renais- sance, the group sang numbers at- tributed to that era. Highlighting the evening were Rumanian folk songs and a rain dance performed in tradifionai Rumanian dress. Upon returning for their second encore, the choir closed the presentation with the nationally popular folk song, America the Beautiful. ' 1 Year’s First — ‘Favorable’ Lloyd A. Frerer, former head of drama at Kansas Wesleyan in Sa- lina, became the new director of the theatrical arts at FHS this year. Employing creative aspects in staging and combining professional technique with educational theatre has brought Frerer favorable results. Evidence of these results was the first major production of the year, " Philadelphia, Here I Come! " , a three act tragi-comedy by Brian Friel. " Philadelphia, " starring Wayne Sipe, Kathy Faulkner, Tom Schroder and Dennis Dey, was an exploration of the joy and sadness experienced by a boy leaving his Irish home for a new life in America. Varsity Show Fills Coliseum November 2 I and 22 saw Sheridan Coliseum filled to capacity as the Dept, of Music presented its annual Varsity Band Show. All areas of musical interest performed, includ- ing the Jazz Ensemble, Ft. Hays Sing- ers, Orchesis, Tiger Debs and Con- cert Band. Faculty and student solo- ists presented vocal and instrumental numbers. Money collected from ticket sales is used to provide a schol- arship for a deserving student major- ing in music. ABOVE RIGHT: Varsity Band Show pro- vides the opportunity for student soloists to perform publicly. ABOVE: Orchesis works under the direction of Miss Sarah Manglesdorf to present a Voodoo ritual. RIGHT: Jazz Ensemble keeps things lively. ■Ms Block Benefits Future Teachers Each semester, the second nine weeks period finds Ft. Hays State senior education majors out on the teaching block. This practlce ( which originated at Ft. Hays State, allows future teachers to gain practical ex- perience in actual classroom situa- tions with the benefit of professional supervision. Students devise their own lesson plans and teaching methods. They also have the opportunity to observe teaching methods different from their own. Schools in the western Kansas area co-operated In this program by opening their classrooms to Ft. Hays students for the purpose of teaching block experience. Faculty of these schools fill supervisor positions. Reg- ular Ft. Hays faculty also evaluate the teacher hopefuls. Christmas proved to be relatively quiet on the Ft. Hays campus. Pan- Hellenic Council brought the nation- ally famous Cowsills to the Coliseum Dec. 10 for a holiday concert. The group presented their hit song " Hair " along with a number of yule- tide favorites. AWS sponsored the annual Sno- ball f which was held in McMindes Hall; Kathy Berger reigned as Sno- ball Queen. Kathy was chosen by Guercio ' s Studio of Hays on the basis of a photo entry. All entrants were judg- ed on photogenic qualities. FAR ABOVE: The Cowsill family performs for the enjoyment of Ft. Hays Staters. ABOVE RIGHT: Santa is always a part of the Union children ' s party. ABOVE LEFT: Kathy Berger smiles with delight as she receives the title of Snoball Queen. ABOVE: Couples dance In the romantic AGD Fills Quota Rush Week ' s end brought sixty- four coed pledges with 25 of them going to Alpha Gamma Delta, the first house to fill its quota. Taking place from Nov, 1 6 to Nov. 22, Greek Rush pledge announcements were only the aftermath of a round of teas, house parties, pref parties and union parties. Skits and gab ses- sions introduced the pledge hope- fuls to various aspects of Greek life. By the final days of the week, friend- ships made between actives and rushees led to the signing of pref cards. Dramatists Present ‘Love’ — Pun Against 1690 Aristocracy William Congreve’s restoration comedy, " Love For Love, " a satire depicting life, love and sex of the upper classes of ! 690 London soci- ety, opened to Fort Hays audiences Dec. I 1 , 12 and 13 at Felten-Start Theatre. The play was brought to life by director of theatre, Lloyd Frerer who presented the play with suggestive scenery and detailed period cos- tumes. The costumes were designed and built by Cheryl Lovith Starring in ' Love " were Suzi Grif- fin, Wayne Alan Sipe and Allen Dreiling. In charge of stage proper- ties was Bill SegaL :P V ' | rl r yc i | Enrollment — Mad, Mad Ordeal For Both ‘Vet’ and ‘Rookies’ Enrollment at the end of January once again proved to be a hectic three days for FHS students. Vet- eran seniors, as well as freshmen with but a few hours of credit, stood In numerous lines in Sheridan Coliseum and McCartney Hall where they pull- ed class cards. Although the weather was con- ducive to more pleasant activities, the students completed spring en- rollment. FAR ABOVE: Frustration shows in the face of one freshman as she finds the class she wanted is closed. ABOVE LEFT: Students consult class schedule books frequently during enrollment. LEFT: EnroJIees endure the long lines by sitting on the staircase in thft Oolk tjm. BELOW: After his talk, Senator McGovern answered questions put to him by the audience. FAR BELOW: Bids tor the HPER complex will be taken late this fall, with Student Initiative Makes er permitting HPER Complex Future Reality Through a willingness to increase their fees by $43,87 a semester, stu- dents took the initiative in voting bonds to finance construction of an HPER complex. In a special election Feb. I 3, half the student body turned out to pass the proposal by a 700- vote majority. Initially approved by the Board of Regents and the state Senate, the plan had more difficulty in the House. However, in a conference committee, authority to issue the revenue bonds was restored and once again the bill was voted on by the Senate and the House, and sub- sequently passed. Earlier the week of the voting, Vietnam critic Senator George Mc- Govern, Democrat from South Dako- ta, presented his views to a packed Coliseum Feb. 10. He was the second speaker of the Artist and Lectures series. A L Series Presents ‘I Do, I Do,’ ‘The Lettermen’ Celebrities Phil Ford and Mimi Hines arrived March I 5 to appear in the Artists and Lectures Series pre- sentation, r ' l Do, I Do. " The musical comedy depicted one couple’s life story from wedding night to 50th an- niversary, A welcome highlight after spring break was " The Lettermen " in con- cert, another Series-sponsored ap- pearance, During their April 8 show at Sheridan Coliseum, the trio per- formed audience requests in addi- tion to several hit tunes. rl i W- . . Theatre Buffs Present Opera, Fairy Tale " The Imaginary Invalid, " an origi- nal three-act opera, premiered the second week in February to a stand- ing-room-only audience. With the combined efforts of Dr. Lewis Miller, Patrick Goeser, the Music Dept, and Little Theatre, the production staff also included stage director Harriet Ketchum and orchestra director Lyle Dilley. The cast was comprised of three women and four men. Once again drama came alive in the April 18-19 performances of Charlotte Chorpenning ' s adaptation of " Sleepinq Beauty. " The Little The- atre cast of 12 presented the fairy tale for the children of Hays and the surrounding area. Although it fea- tured the traditional Prince Charm- ing story, " Sleeping Beauty " also focused on making the action more meaningful for today ' s audience. DZ’s Sweep Derby Day Field; Sigs Net $600 for WV Kids Delta Zeta sorority once again emerged as the victor In Sigma Chi ' s Derby Days May 14-16, The annual event to raise funds for Wallace Village, a center for treatment of minimally brain-damaged children, netted $600 to put Sigma Ch is ahead of other Sigs In the nation. Besides chasing Sigma Chi der- bies, teams participated in the ac- tion at Lewis Field In such events as the great stagecoach race, lemon meringue relay, zip strip, skin -the- snake, musical tubs, disc quest, iiftle furlough balloon bust, and yard con- test. Folbwing the DZ‘s, Alpha Gamma Delta captured second place and Custer Hall third. The sportsmanship trophy went to McMindes Hall, Fort Hays Joins National Protest of Cambodia, Kent, Environment Fort Hays students observed the national Environmental Teach-In April 29. Included in the day ' s ac- tivities was a morning convocation with Dr. Eugene Fleharty, professor of zoology, as the speaker. As the organizer of the Hays branch of Zero Population Growth, Dr. Fleharty cen- tered his remarks on over-population. Afternoon events began with a sing- in in the front of Memorial Union and concluded with a clean-up along Big Creek. Campus rallies also made news as FHSers gathered on two occasions at the free speech podium in front of the Union to protest President Nixon ' s Cambodian policy and to mourn the deaths of four Kent State students. The peaceful demonstra- tions consisted of talks by students, and faculty and a march on the Ellis County Courthouse. FAR ABOVE RIGHT: Amid the mud and the trash, one coed picks up her bagful of waste. FAR ABOVE: A large number turned out for the peace rallies. RIGHT: A folk sing-in highlights FHS peace gatherings ABOVE: Dr Fleharty speaks about halting overpopulation at Ft Hays ' Environmental Teach-In, WRA Bags Fifth Straight Bike Win Once again the bikes were in mo- tion as May brought to Fort Hays its seventh annual Furlough. WRA captured the winning trophy for the fifth time in a row while Wiest Hall took first place in the men’s division. Barbara Schreiner, Hays freshman, reigned as queen after her crowning during halftime ceremonies of the intrasquad football game. Proceeds are used for scholarships for the Endowment Association. ABOVE: The Black Team tromped the Gold squad 34-0 in the intrasquad football game. LEFT: Barbara Schreiner is escorted by Dr. Bill Jelllson after her halftime coronation. BELOW: Preceding the race, riders circled once around the track in the women’s bicycle race. u FHS Rodeo Club Maintains Top Standing in CPCRA i Rodeo excitement came to Fort Hays State as FHS Rodeo Club suc- cessfully defended its Central Plains Collegiate Rodeo Association cham- pionship. Tied for the all-around title with a K- Stater, Everett Miller later lost In a flip of a coin. Sandra Philip reigned as queen over the weekend activities. Roy Turley captured first In bare- back riding, the only first place earned for FHS. Second places were picked up by Miller and teammates Dennis Alexander and KayLynn Philip. Dole Addresses 1,000 Grads Over 1 ,000 degree candidates donned caps and gowns as the lar- gest graduating class from Ft. Hays State heard Sen. Bob Dole deliver the main commencement address May 29. An all graduate luncheon was held in the Fort Hays Ballroom of the Memorial Union to honor degree recipients. This years commencement ex- ercises initiated a new trend at FHS. Only one graduation will be held each year at the conclusion of the spring semester. Baccalaureate serv- ices were also dropped. ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS Administration — Leadership in Varied Roles ABOVE RIGHT: Carroll L Beardslee is Director of Student Financial Aids and Federal Programs. RIGHT: Filling the posi- tion of Executive Secretary of Student Financial Aids is Ethel V. Artman. ABOVE LEFT: Dr, Bill Jellison, Dean of Stu- dents. ABOVE RIGHT: Jean Stauffer, Assoc, Dean of Students for Women, ABOVE: James Nuqent, Director of Hous- ing. LEFT: Michael O. Stewart, Assoc. Dean of Students for Men, In the President’s Office — Assistant Retires; Post Filled at Semester ABOVE: Dr. Richard E. Burnett serves as Executive Assistant to the President ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Dollie B. Thomas left her position as Assistant to the President after the fall semester. RIGHT: Dr. John Garwood holds the position of Dean of Faculty. ABOVE LEFT: Lois Lee Myeriy is the new Assistant to the President, ABOVE: Comp- troller of ihe college is Walfer Keating. LEFT: Dr. Jimmy Rice, Graduate Dean, Directors — Authority in Specialized Areas ABOVE RIGHT: Serving FHS as Executive Secretary of the Endowment Association Is Kent Collier. ABOVE: R. U, Brooks is the Superintendent of Buildings. RIGHT: Thomas R. Hartley fills the position of Director of Information Services. College Nurses Help Students Conquer Troublesome “Bugs” College Health Nurses are TOP to BOT- TOM: Mrs. Inez Baxter, Mrs, Frances Coolc and Mrs, Ruth Joy. Not pictured: Mrs. Florence Rupp. BELOW: R. Lynn Rogers and O. Z. Bizzel! serve as Director and Asst. Director of the Memorial Union, Harbin Chosen for Chairmanship of Multi-faceted Education Field With the year ' s faculty and cur- riculum revision, Dr, Calvin Harbin was appointed Chairman of the Divi- sion of Education, This division now includes the departments of indus- trial arts, library science, health, physical education and recreation; home economics and education. These departments prepare stu- dents as future educators by expos- Ing them to teaching techniques in their chosen field. Actual application of fhese skills was the tesf for those who took the teaching " bloc " before stepping into public education. In addition, outstanding contribu- tions were made In special education by key programs such as the Day Care Center and the Homer B. Reed Workshop for handicapped persons. These projects drew both state and national support and recognition for their work In a 22-county area. ABOVE: Dr. Harbin, Chairman of the Di- vision of Education, has as his special con- cern, " excellence in education and teaching power ' TOP RIGHT: This student teacher gets class room experience in a high school typing class. MIDDLE RIGHT: Library car- rels provide students with private study areas. RIGHT: A student practices in one of the 22 sections of swimming offered in HPER. D Dr. Clement Wood serves as head of the °f Education, setting curriculum standards and requirements. Education: BAKER. Dr. KENNETH: Asst. Prat. CLAFLIN. MARTHA: Asst. Prof. CLAFLIN. WILLIAM: Asst. Prof. COLE. Dr, BLAINE: Assoc. Prof. CORNWELL. REX: Asst. Prof. DALEY, Dt. BILLY: Prof. DECHANT, Dr, EMERALD: Prof. DOBBS, Dr, EDITH: Assoc. Prof. DUNCAN, GERALD: Asst. Prof. GROESBECK, Dr. HULDA: Prof. HARSH, DONNA: Instr. JOHNSON. ARRIS: Asst. Prof. KURTZ. Dr. RAY: Assoc. Prof. POWERS, Dr. WILLIAM: Asst. Prof. PRICE. Dr. GORDON: Prof. ROBINSON Dr. WILLIAM: Assoc. Prof. ROMINES, Dr. HESTER: Asst. Prof. SODAMANN. HAROLD: Assoc. Prof. STANSBURY, JAMES: Asst, Prof STAVEN, Dr. LAVIER; Prof. YOUMANS, Dr. RAYMOND: Prof. Industrial Arts Employs Practical Studies BELOW: Dr. Richard Cain heads the Dept, of Industrial Arts with its breadth of practi- cal courses for Western Kansans. RIGHT and FAR BELOW: Sheetmetal and foun- dry skills are two areas included in the department. Industrial Ads: BACHKGRA. BRYAN: Asst. Prof Barton, dom: instr. GINTHER, GLENN: Ass!, Prof. McKEE, DENNIS: Prof TOBIAS, GARY: Assf Prof Bogue Chairs HPER Dept. HPER: BREHM. CHARLES: Asst. Prof, DUNCAN, PATRICIA: Instr. FRANCIS, ALEX: Prof. H0B8S EARL: Irstr. JOHNSON RALPH: lr S t r . LOJKA. GLEN: Asst. Prof. MANGELSDQRF. SARAH: Instr. McConnell, wayne: assoc, prof. McNEEL. EDGAR: Assoc. Prof. PARAMORE JAMES: Instr. POPP NANCY: Asst. Prof. SOMERS MONICE: Instr. STROMGREN TOM: Instr, SURAN. CADE: Pr f. THIRSTRUP LARRY: Instr. WINTER DAVID: Asst. Prof. 80VE: Mrs. Popp explains the correct ody arch in a hoadstand. TOP: Dr. Russell ABOVE: Modern home economists concern themselves with weight and balance of food, quality of fabric and thread and originality in clothing and home designs. ABOVE RIGHT: Textiles must be carefully examined to enable students to make a wiser choice concerning the use and care of fabric. RIGHT: Chairman of the Home Economics Dept,, Mrs. Maxine Hoffman, stresses courses involving the family and household economics. Home Economics: KREBS. JUNE: Asst. Prof. MINER. KATHLEEN; Jnsir. Valuable Training Offered In Library and Home Ec. LEFT: Marc Campbell, Chairman of the Dept, of Library Science, studies the library blueprint to determine the proper use of library space. BELOW: Magazine listings help students find back-issue maga- zines in the library. Library Science: CHRISTOPHER. RACHEL: Assoc. Prof. DIRKS. MARTHA: Instr. HARKNESS, MARGERY: Assoc. Prof, MILLER. ELAINE: Instr, POWELL. BETTI E: Asst. Prof. REED, " MAC”: Instr. RILEY. ESTA LOU: Asst. Prof. SMITH, ROBERT: Instr. ABOVE: Under the new administrative program, Dr. William Thompson ' s responsi- bilities as Chairman of the Division include supervision of five departments. ABOVE RIGHT: Showing one of his many pieces of art is Dr. Joel Moss, Chairman of the Art Dept. RIGHT: Painting is one form of student self-expression. Art: F1CKEN, DALE: Asst. Prof HARWICK. EUGENE: Asst, Prof. HARWICK, JOAN: Insfr. HINKHOUSE. JAMES: Asst. Prof. KUCHAR. KATHLEEN: Instr. McGINNESS. JAMES: Instr. McGinnis, darrell Asst. Prof. NICHOLS. FRANCIS: Instr. THORNS. JOHN: Assoc. Prof. VALLANE. OLLi, Instr. Dr. Thompson Heads New Humanities Division The new Division of Humanities un- der the chairmanship of Dr, William R. Thompson is now a consolidation of the departments of Art, English, Foreign Language, Speech, and Mu- sic. Serving as department heads are Dr, Joel Moss, Dr. Verna Parish, Dr. Paul Graber, Dr. James Costigan and Dr. Leland Bartholomew, respective- ly- Student art was exhibited in Sep- tember and in May, while the faculty and graduate talent of FHS and surrounding colleges was shown at various times during the school year. The Speech Department ' s Drama division presented four attractions; the Music Dept, presented numerous concerts and recitals and jointly with the dramatists, presented the opera. ABOVE LEFT: Dr. Verna Parish Chairman of the English Dept., enjoys discussion with her students. ABOVE: Research paper time finds Cheryl Lembke diligently at work in Forsyth Library. , English: BOGART. KATHERINE; Assoc. Prof. BQRNHOLDT, VIRGINIA: Enstr. CODER. Dr, RALPH: Prof. COULSON, MARION: Assoc. Prof. DAVIDSON, ELEANOR: Instr. Garner, naomd Asst prof, GATSCHET, PAUL: Asst. Prof. HODGES, Dr. ELIZABETH: Asst Prof. ISON, DAVED: Asst. Prof. KEILSTRUP. LORRAINE. Instr. KIM, Dr. SUKSAN: Asst. Prof. KINGSLEY, ROBERT: Asst. Prof. MARKS, MICHAEL: Asst, Prof. MAXWELL. ROBERT: Instr, McFarland, alece: Asst. Prof. SACKETT, MARJORIE: Instr. SACKETT. Dr. SAMUEL: Prof. STOUT. Dr. ROBERTA: Prof, WITT, GRACE: instr. Journalism : DOWNING, CONRAD: Enstr. HARTLEY. THOMAS: Asst. Prof. JACKSON, LORRAINE: Instr, LOWEN. ROBERT: Asst. Prof. ROGERS. KATHERINE: Asst. ' Prof. Philosophy: HAMILTON, Dr, SAMUEL: Foreign Languages Offer Exposure to Varied Cultures Foreign Language: ALCANTARA, ANTONIA: Asst. Prcf. CARBALtO, Dr. BENITO: Asst, Prof, CODINACH, MARIA: Instr, JIMENEZ, Dr. JUAN: Insfr. KUCHAR, Dr. ROMAN: Assoc. Prof. MEADE, MICHAEL: Inytr. NORTON, RODNEY: Asst Prof. PFEIFER, LEONA: Emtr. WINTERLIN, DEWAYNE: Enstr, ABOVE LEFT: Elia Dominguez makes use of one of the two language labs located on the second floor of Picken Hall ABOVE: Dr. Paul Sraber, Chairman of the Foreign Language Dept, specializes in German. LEFT: Students balance apples while danc- ing at a Spanish Club party. ABOVE LEFT; In his office In Malfoy Hafi r Dr, Leland Bartholomew con-templates his duties as Chairman of the Music Dept. ABOVE: One of Edwin Moyer ' s violin classes practices under the direction of Patrick Goeser for the Christmas concert. Music Involves Discipline and Practice Music: ATKINS. ALISON: Ass t, Prof. BROWN. ROBERT: Asst. Prof. COLLINS, RICHARD: Asst. Prof. DILLEY LYLE: Prof. FIGLER, BYRNELL: Asst. Prof. GOESER, PATRICK: Asst. Prof. GRAHAM, DONN: Hstr. HUBER. JOHN: tnstr. MILLER. Dr. LEW]S: ASSOC. Prof. MOYERS. EDWIN: Assoc. Prof. OLCQTT, JAMES: Instr. PALMER HAROLD: Assoc. Prof. SCHLEICK, PHYLLIS: Asst, Prof. STOLBA, Dr. K MARIE: Asst, Prof. STOUT. DONALD: Prof. WILKINS, Dr. WILLIAM: Prof. Speech: BANNISTER, MARCIA: Asst, Prof. BROOKS, GARY: Ins+r. Speech Dept. Head Earns Doctorate EDMUND, ELIZABETH; Insir. FRERER, LLOYD; Asst. Prof, HEATHER, JACK; Assoc, Prof, JOHNSON, SIDNEY; Assoc. Prof. KETCHUM, HARRIET : Assoc. Prof. LOVETT, CHERYL: Emstr, ROTH WELL, J. DAN: (ns tr. SEGAL, WILLIAM: Ins+r. WILHELM. CHARLES: Asst. Prof. ABOVE LEFT; Dr, James Cos tig an, who heads the Dept. of Speech, recently earned his doctorate at Southern Illinois Univer- sity, Dr. Ccstigan did research concerning communication theory according to Mar- shall McLuhen. LEFT; The interpretive read- ing class is entertained as one of its mem- bers reads a child ' s storybook Behavioral Sciences Unifies Five Depts. With the reshuffling, Dr. John Tomlinson ' s Division of Social Behav- ioral Sciences emerged as a consoli- dation of five departments. Areas included are: economics and busi- ness, history, political science, psy- chology, and sociology and anthro- pology. Concerned with improving the curriculum and to gain outside ap- praisal, faculty members enlisted the help of consultants to evaluate the economics, psychology and political science departments. The death of sociology chairman Robert Witt, following a heart at- tack during the semester break, came as a shock and loss to the entire faculty. Mrs. Rose Arnold completed the year as temporary chairman. TOP: After serving on the FH5 faculty for nine years. Dr. John Tomlinson has risen to the chairmanship of the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences. ABOVE: A class involving electro-mechanical ma- ch ines gives business students working ex- perience with complex equipment. “Industry’s Dept. ” — 20th Century Discipline Economies and Business: ATWATER, ALAN: Insir, BRtESE, BRIAN: Insir. BUM PASS. DONALD: Insir. CLOSE. CHERRY: Instr. DOOLEY. WILLIAM: Instr. JONES, JAMES: Asst. Prof. KELLERMAN, JAMES: Insir, MAYDEW. GARY: Instr. MeCULLICK, JACK: Asst. Prof. MYERLY. LOIS LEE: Instr. OSBORNE, RICHARD: Prof. PHILLIPS, PAUL: Instr. PRICE, ERNEST: Instr. RUPP. DANIEL: Asst. Prof. RUSH, MARYANN: Instr. SHERWOOD. CHARLES: Instr. STALLMAN, VERNON: Instr. STEWART. B. J.: Instr. THOMAS, Dr. ARCHIE: Prof. THOMAS. VERA: Instr. VLASAK. SHARON: Instr. VOSS. Dr. RICHARD: Instr. WALL, Dr. GEORGE: Assoc. Prof. ABOVE: Students learn to operate ma- chines found in modern business offices. RIGHT: Dr. Milburn Little, professor of History — Link to Past and Future History: BOSTWICK. MARK: Asst. Prof. DAVIDSON. Dr. GORDON: Assoc. Prof. FALL, VERNON: Asst. Prof. FORSYTHE, JAMES: Assoc. Prof. LISTON, ANN: Asst, Prof. LUEHRS. Dr. ROBERT: Asst. Prof. SCHMELLER, H. J.: Asst. Prof. SMITH, Dr. WILDA: Prof. ‘Poly Sci’ Study of Man’s Bureaucracy Political Science; CARTER KENNETH: Instr. DRiNAN, PATRICK: Asst. Prof. JONES, DAVID; Asst. Prof. ABOVE LEFT: Sen, George McGovern speaks to assembled students and Hays citizens in a packed Sheridan Coliseum. ABOVE: Dr. Donald Sleehta, Chairman of the Dept, of Political Science, reads ex- tensively to keep up with the political scene. LEFT: Dr, Larry Herson of Ohio State University, speaks at Political Orih m fttinn Psychology — Exploring ‘The Self’ Psychology: ADAMS, Dr. ROBERT: Asst. Prof ALVER, WALLACE: Assf Prof. BUTTERFIELD, Dr. GARY: Assoc. Prof KAISER, DONN: Jnstf. RYABiK, JAMES: Asst. Prof. SNYDER, MELVIN: Insfr. ABOVE RIGHT: Chairmen of the Dept, of Psychology. Dr. Don Randall received his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. RIGHT: Students in Experimental Psycholo- gy II express themselves without inhibitions. Sociology — Primer To Understanding American Life ABOVE LEFT: Using PEcken Hall as an example, Mrs, Marjorie Thomson explains how architecture Is related to culture. ABOVE: Robert Witt was serving as Chair- man of the Dept, of Sociology and An- thropology at the time of his death, Jan. 24, 1970, He had been a member of the faculty since ! 955. LEFT: Part-time faculty member, Donald Curry presents material from " Power Elite’ 1 to his Sociology 40 class. Anthropology: ABRUZZl, WILLIAM: fnstr. Sociology: ARNOLD, ROSE MARIE: fnstr. THOMPSON, MARJORIE: fnstr. Tomanek Chairs Science Division Followinq the administrative re- organization, Dr Gerald Tomanek was elected head of the Division of Natural Sciences, The division con- tains the followinq departments: geology: chemistry; biology and agri- culture; physics and mathematics Specific objectives of this division include scientific discovery and its relation to the individual. Ail FHS grads are required to have com- pleted at least two courses in the division. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. Gerald Tomanek, Chairman of the Division of Natural Sci- ences and Mathematics, is an authority on the problems of grassland areas ABOVE: Students in Feeding and Marketing class reap a $13,521 reward for their 45 fat cattle. RIGHT: Jim Simpson, a pre-dental student, measures fractional distillation Entomologist Neil Walker Heads ‘ Bio-Ag ’ Dept. Agriculture: CLARK THAINE: Assoc. Prof GENTRY. RUFF: Asst. prof HARRiS. WALLACE: Assf Prof. RIEGEU ANDREW: Assoc. Prof Biological Sciences: BYLER. BENNfE: Jnsif, FLEHARTY. Dr. EUGENE: Prof HLADEK KENNETH: Asst. Prof HOUSTON. DUANE: Assf Prof PIERSON. Dr. DAVID: Assoc. Prof. REYNOLDS, Dr. HOWARD: Prof’ SAYED, Dr. M. Q.: Assoc. Prof SCHRODER, ELTON: Assoc. Prof SIMONS, KENNETH: Prof WENKE. Dr. THOMAS: Atsoc. Prof ABOVE LEFT: Dr. Nell Walker, Chairman of the Dep 4 . of Biological Sciences and Agriculture, travels extensively doing work in entomology. LEFT: Field Biology students examine mounted animals, increasing their knowledge in that area. Chemistry — Detailed Study Of Man and His World — The Elements ABOVE: As Chairman of the Chemistry Dept., Dr. Harold Choguilt attempts to become acquainted with the latest de- velopments in the field. TOP RIGHT and RIGHT: Experiments are essential for in- dividual understanding and appreciation of chemistry’s principles. Chemistry: DRESSIER, Dr, ROBERT: Asst. Prof. MARSHALL Dr, DELBERT: Asst. Prof. McMECHAN. Dr r JAMES: Assoc. Prof. RICHARDS, ROBERT: Assoc. Prof. RUMPEL, Dr. MAX: Prof. SHEARER. Dr. EDMUND: Asst. Prof. Rocks Offer Glimpse of Past TOP; Myrl Walker, Chairman of the Earth Science Dept, adjusts the pose of the polar bear displayed in Fort Hays State ' s mu- seum. Walker is director of the college museums. ABOVE: Students in geology lab examine rock specimens to establish an accurate identification. Earth Science : ASH. Dr. SIDNEY: Asst. Prof. 8UDKE. EARL: Asst. Prof. ZAKRZEWSU RICHARD: Asst. Prof. Toalson Heads Math Dept. RIGHT: Dr, Wilmont Toalson, on sabbatical leave during the spring semester, is head of the Dept of Mathematics. BELOW: Dr. Beougher, acting department head In Toalson ' s absence, explains an equation In Analytic Geometry and Calculus. Math: BAXTER, VIVIAN: Asst. Prof. BEOUGHER. Dr. ELTON: Asst. Prof. CURTIS, NANCY: Asst. Prof, DRYDEN. LAURENCE: Assoc Prof. ETTER, ORVILLE: Asst. Prof HEGG. PETER: Asst. Prof. MARSHALL, EVERETT; Assoc. Prof. VEED. ELLEN : Assoc. Prof. WILSON. MARILYN: Instr. Physics — Experience in Nature’s Domain LEFT: Dr. Maurice Witten, Chairman of the Physics Dept., demonstrates Newton ' s Law of Motion. BELOW LEFT: Two coeds complete an experiment concerning fric- tion BELOW: Dr. Witten explains the setting up and general use of physicists ' equipment 73 B.S. Degree — Nurses 9 Goal Miss Leora Stroup heads the Dept, of Nurse Education and is aided by seven faculty members. This four-year program is one of two in Kansas to offer a B.S. In nurs- ing. It enables a student to go on to graduate work or to work as a reg- istered nurse upon graduation. To be admitted, a prospective candidate must be of junior standing with a 1 .25 grade point average over all. Five weeks between the junior and senior year are spent studying psychiatric practices " on location. " Four nine-week sections make up the senior year. One section is spent in public nursing: one Includes mater nity and infant care; another Is in pediatrics at the Chicago University Hospital and usually the last section Is In the nurse leadership class. ABOVE LEFT: Miss Leora Stroup. Head of the Dept, of Nurse Education, was nomL nated for the Outsanding Faculty Woman award. ABOVE RIGHT: Informal class dis- cussions facilitate Seaming, RIGHT: Learn- Nurse Education: ALLEN, ILEENE: Instr. FREY. MARY: Asst. Prof. GARWOOD. KATHLEEN: Instr. JOHNSON. RUBY: Instr. THEIS. RUTH: Instr. YOUMANS, MARIAN: Instr. LEFT; Mrs, Allen and Public Health nurs- ing students learn while they serve in the community, ABOVE: Men, as well as wo- men students, prepare for careers as nurses and learn to test blood pressure under the watchful eye of Mrs. Garwood, STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE Royalty Robyn Dansel Homecoming Queen Elia Dominguez 2nd Attendant Sponsored by Custer and McGrath Hails Cynthia Hoffman 3rd Attendant Sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi Jan Qchneider 4th Attendant Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Kathy Berger Diane Bircher AW8 Sno Queen Best Dressed Coed Sponsored by Phi Sigma Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Cindy Waldschmidt Dennis Hatch Sweetheart King and Queen Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon, Custer Hall Sandy Barnes Albert Link Beauty and Beast Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Lambda Juan Jimenez Bearded Joe Sponsored by Spanish Club Qandij Philip Rodeo Queen Sponsored by Wiest Hall Barbara J. Schreiner Furlough Queen Sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma Nancy Randle Leader Lass of the Year All-Campus Honoraries Phi Kappa Phi DAVID CHAN STANLEY EILERT BARBARA EVERHART DONALEA FINK RONALD GOOD CAROLYN GRIBBEN CARROLL HANSEN GLORIA LOCKHART DARREL NEUSCHAFER CAROLYN OLSON KAYLYNN PHILIP KATHLEEN P1ROTTE LARRY ROBERTSON PAW SCHMIDT LAYNE SHIRK GREG SHUBERT SUSAN SWANK CHARLES WANG JUDY WATKINS RONALD WEBER SHIRLEY WOODSON NOT PICTURED: SHIRLEY BATES CARMELITA CALHOUN SHIRLEY COMEAUX PAUL COTT SISTER DORISSA ERBERT TERRY HILLMAN VINCENT HO BARBARA KREHBIEL MICHAEL MARES carol McCarthy EDWARD MINARS ROBERT OSBORN HAROLD SMITH JACQUELINE THOMAS Who’s Who in American Colleges LES ANDERSON RICHARD SERRY SUSAN BOWEN DAVID CHAN LYNN CORN JOHN DAILEY DONNALEA FINK BEVERLY GILCHRIST SYLVIA HARBAUGH SHARIS HEWES ALAN KLUSENER CAROLYN LEC LAIR GLORIA LOCKHART CATHY MERRILL RHONDA MILLER MARY LOU MITCHELL PAULA MURPHY KAYLYNN PHILIP KATHY PiROTTE ROBERT POOL ELLA RAYBURN PAMELA SCHMIDT KURTIS SIEMERS JEROME STREIT SUSAN SWANK KATHY SWONGER JUDY WATKINS SHIRLEY WOODSON JOAN ZIMMER JANIS ZWINK NOT PICTURED: MIKE FINNIN LENEAL LOCKE TERESA RIDER BETH SCHOLLE Women’s Leadership Organization JANICE BENDEL SUSAN BOWEN LINDA B ROADIE VICKY BROWN LYNN CORN DONALEA FINK CAROLYN GRJBBEN CAROLYN LECLAIR PAM SCHMIDT SHIRLEY WOODSON JOAN ZIMMER NOT PICTURED: LINDA DREILINS RHONDA MILLER LINDA WILSON Final arrangements for the WLO Scholarship Tea are made by Mrs. Alice McFarland and Rhonda Miller. Seventh Cavalry LES ANDERSON LONNIE BEADLES KELLY DEINES JEFF EHRLICH VERNON HARDING DENNIS HATCH MARTYN HOWGILL DARREL NEUSCHAFER WILLIAM PAGET THOMAS SEKAVEC RALPH THOMM NOT PICTURED: TERRY BALTHAZOR BOB MILLER DAVE TARRANT Alpha Lambda Delta Women’s Freshman Honorary JOYCE AUGUSTINE JANNA EADENHOP MARC A BAILEY SHERRI BAKER SHARON BAYENS KATHLEEN BERGER MARGARET BLECHA KATHLEEN BROCK EVA BROWN BARBARA CARTER BRENDA COATS CAROL CRAWFORD CLAUDIA DIETZ DEBORAH DODRILL PAMELA DREELING SHERYL DREIUNG ROXY GREEN MARY LOU GUSTAFSON MARY HARBIN GLORIA HUEBNER ANTOINETTE KASHKA DELMA MARSTON ROSALIE MATTSON KATHLEEN McGOVERN BETTY MEIER BARBARA JEAN NELSON MARY LOU NEMECHEK JOLENE N I ERN BERGER TERRIE OSHANT JUDITH PFANNENSTIEL KAREN SCHULTE NORMA STIAWALT LORETTA TEETER TRAN DA WARD CAROL WE NTE NANCY WOOD BONNIE YOXALL GWEN ZIEGLER Not Pictured: LOtS AUSTIN SHERRY HARMAN DIXIE HORTON VIVIAN OGBURN MILDRED WILLIAMS TAMMY WOOD Phi Eta Sigma Men’s Freshman Honorary ROBERT ALBRIGHT RICHARD BEAR JAMES BELL RICHARD BRET2 FRED COOK KELLY DEINES JAMES DYCK JOHN ECK JEFFREY EHRUCH STEVEN GLEUE STEVEN HEWSON CHARLES KARLIN MELVIN KITTS RONALD KLETCHKA ROBERT KRAUS JOHN MqCORMACK NEILNULTON WILLIAM PAGET JAY REIMER DON RYNERSON MICHAEL SCHAEFFER LAYNE SHIRK KURUS SIEMERS RALPH THOMM AL JOE WALLACE DAVID WALTERS RONALD WEBER DONALD WERNER JOEL WHITE KENNETH WOODS STEVEN WORCESTER TIMOTHY ZWSNK No - Pictured: TERRELL BALTHAZOR RANDY BANE MARK BERRY IRL BRASSFI ELD ROLLAND GOREHAM IRA KWATCHER TERRANCE McMULLEN donald Sanders STANLEY SCHMIDT DAVID TARRANT ROBERT WATKINS Sophomore Women’s Honorary JANNA BADENHOP SHERI LL BAKER LINDA BEARDSLEY KATHY BERGER MARGARET SLECHA CINDY BOGART BARBARA CARTER COLLEEN CHITWOOD CLAUDIA DIETZ LOIS DREILING MARY ANN E NS LOW ROSEMARIE GRABBE ROXY GREEN PAM HESTER ANTOINETTE KASHKA MARY MATHES kathy McGovern MELVA McGOWAN LINDA MEIER TERRI E OSH ANT MARY ANN SEKVAVEC ROSALIE TURNER DIANA TURKLE TRANDA WARD MAE JEAN WOODS BONNIE YOXALL Not Pictured! PAT HOLMES NANCY WOOD GWEN ZEIGLER TOP LEFT: Phi Els Sigma, men ' s freshman scholastic fraternity, repeats the initia- tion ritual while dressed In the traditional scholars 1 robes. ABOVE: Sophomore Women ' s Honorary sponsors a bridal show as a money-making proj- ect. LEFT: Initiates of Ah pha Lambda Delta, freshman women ' s honorary, joined Phi Eta Sigma in the initiation rites and banquet. FORSYTH LIBRARY Governing Bodies RIGHT: Doug Ly- man, Sludenf Body Vice-president BE- LOW: Steve Ray!, Student Body Presi- dent. Senate Serves Students’ Views During its first year after expand- ing from a council to a senate, Stu- dent Senate functioned as a repre- sentative voice of the students The governmental body approved a judicial code outlining and defin- ing the powers of the Student Court. The Senate a lso sponsored the ref- erendum for the HPER complex and the petition for the sale of cigarettes In the Union. STUDENT SENATE— BACK ROW: Tom Toepfer, John Daily. Dave Wobker. Fred Johnson, Mike Finnan. SEVENTH ROW: Les Anderson, Lon Pish- ny, Ken Do Forest, Curtiss Bender, Doug Lyman. SIXTH ROW: Marfyn Howgill, Jack Cell, Charlie Routh. Tom Railsba.dc John Petty, Lynn Bunker. FIFTH ROW: Pat Holliman, Ken Goebel, Steve Fox. Ron Kietchke. Steve RayL FOURTH ROW: Norm Austin, Dennis Pearson, Steve Cntchfield, Leonard Mans, Tim Zwink. THIRD ROW: Jen Schneider. Joan Mathes, Sheryl Nickelson. Tamra Appiebee, Cindy Hoffman, SECOND ROW: Ella Rayburn. Judy Prosser, Colleen Chitwood, Carolyn Nelson, Karen Witwer. FRONT ROW: Cindy Worth, Anita Hosted, Kathy Bellerive. Edna An- derson, Tania McCatmoni, Karen Rolf, Iff f ■ •. .vylHT i 1 11 IH jH Pi I1M ABOVE LEFT: Trudy Holler, Student Liaison. LEFT: Mike Finnin. Senior Class Pres. BE LOW FAR LEFT: Fred Johnson, Junior Class Pres. BELOW CENTER: Dave Wobker, Soph- omore Class Pres. BELOW: Curtiss Bender t Freshman Class Pres, BELOW, AWS BOARD OF STANDARDS — BACK ROW; Mary Stuart, Ann Welfy. SECOND ROW; Ava Joss, Jean Stouffer, sponsor Lynn Corn. FRONT ROW: Susan Trout, Margaret Nemechek. RIGHT Cheryl Carsten, AWS President. BOTTOM. ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS — BACK ROW: Mary Arm Enslow, Icte Faye Wellert, Linda Grusang, Gerry Carper. Lavon Gruslng, Dixie Westervelt FOURTH ROW: Marilynn Wilson sponsor, Cindy Boaberger, Diane Fleming, Carol Crawford, Debbie Stevens Joan Mathes, Margaret Moss t Pat Hale. THIRD ROW: Louise McGowan, Gwen Ziegler, Jana Frost, Donna Schenk. Jeanette Rohr, Cheryl Carsten, Mary Dolecbek, SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Nemechek, Dawn Romanuccb Susan Bowen. Brenda Coats, Vicki Doan FRONT ROW: Patricia Foos, Trudy Gillette, Vicky Ray, Kaylene Karban, Susan Trout, Carolyn Olson, Melanie Anderson, Debbie Rlfford, AWS Honors To Three Women TOP LEFT: Jean Lockhart earned the Al- pha Lambda Delta award for the senior woman having the highest gpa and re- ceived the award during AWS Honors Night, BELOW LEFT: Monice Somers, in- structor in HPER, received the AWS Out- standing Faculty Woman. BELOW RIGHT: Lynn Corn was chosen to receive the AWS award for Outstanding Senior Woman, Traffic Tribunal Hears Appeals Traffic Tribunal members spent most of their meetings considering FHS traffic regulations and revising them when deemed necessary. When needed, the Tribunal sits as an ap- peals court for campus traffic viola- tions. Douglas Kingsley chaired the Tribunal. Jean Stouffer and Mike Stewart were sponsors. SOC Approves FHS Groups Student Organizations Committee holds the responsibility of approving all student groups associated with FHS, All organizations must meet initial approval and maintain con- tinued recognition to remain official on-campus organizations, Jean Stouf- fer was chairman and Shanann John- ston was secretary. TOP. TRAFFIC TRIBUNAL— BACK ROW: Jean Stouf- fer, sponsor. Wendell Wyatt. . THIRD ROW: James Hoover. Michael Stewart, sponsor, SECOND ROW: Doug Kingsley, Max, Liggetl. FRONT ROW: Suzanne Heft, Mary Lou Gustafson, BOTTOM, STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS COMMITTEE — BACK ROW; Dave Tarrent, Jim Forsythe, Jean Stouffer, chairman, Karen Pickard. SECOND ROW; Dr, Gordon Price, Michael Stewart, Dr. Benito Carbalfo. FRONT ROW: Ken Bahr, Shanann JoWion, Janet Council. ■fr- » T 1 JB nBCEayf - 3 T L L J m 5 Vl 1 A it V Legal Board Screens Cases As part of the Student Court structure. Legal Board serves as in- termediate judicial body and a screening board for disciplinary cases. Composed of the Student Court Chief Justice and Attorney General and the Associate Deans of Students, the Board determines juris- diction of cases presented by stu- dents and deans. Entertainment Council’s Goal The Memorial Union Program Council provided a variety of enter- tainment for FHS students. Tiger Hops, movies, " Tiger Paws, " Best Dressed Coed, Sweetheart Ball and Free Coffee Day were only a seg- ment of the Council ' s projects. Steve Critchfield served as chairman and O. Z. Bizzell was sponsor. TOP, LEGAL BOARD: Ken Bahr Michael Steward Jean Sfouffer, Da ' e Schmutz, BOT- TOM, MEMORIAL UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL — BACK ROW: O. Z Bhzell sponsor. Pai Madden. Judy Haas, Sieve CfiteMteld, FRONT ROW: Terri Branum. June Wittig, Deb And mi. Sherry Harman, Nadine Aion. Communications Leader Adopts New Lay-Out The State College Leader re- ceived a First Class Rating from the Associated Collegiate Press for the fall semester ' s publication. As editor-in-chief, tes Anderson guided the weekly paper from story to publication. The editor was re- sponsible for visual changes such as down style headlines using a capital letter only at the beginning of a headline and a horizontal lay-out pat- tern. Conrad Downing completed his first year of advising a collegiate level publication. A revamping of staff positions allowed members to become familiar with more areas of newspaper production. TOP ROW: Critchticld, Sandy Johnson, Karen PftfWr. Lori Prshny, Joyce Rabas. BOTTOM ROW: Ella Rayburn, Tern S+aab, Donna Stanley, Patty Witt man. OPPOSITE RASE, LEFT: Martyn Howgill, Asst. Editorial Page Editor; Sharon Jacobs Asst. Managing Editor; RIGHT: Greg Turner, Sports Editor; BOTTOM: Susan Trout, Managing Editor; Linda Meier, Copy Editor, TOP LEFT: Les Anderson, Editor-in-Chief; BELOW: Russ Cravens, News Editor; Tom Johnson, Advertising Manager; BELOW LEFT: Conrad Downing, Advisor; BOT- TOM: Tom Toepfer, Editorial Page Editor, 1969 Reveille Cops All-American As the product of a volunteer staff the Reveille has received a top rat- ing from the Associated Collegiate Press Service every year since 1964, Roxy Green wor ked as editor-in-chief and Mrs, Katherine Rogers served as advisor. The staff consists of jour- nalism and non-journalism majors. The yearbook attempts to pre- serve the only written record of each year of college. As many facts and faces as possible are Included through pictures of students, faculty and activities. ABOVE LEFT: Larry Moore, advertis- ing: RIGHT: Tom Toepfer, adveriis- mg; MIDDLE LEFT: Roxy Green, edi- tor-in-chief; RIGHT: Paul McClellan, Taylor Publishing Co. representative and Mrs, Katherine Rogers, advisor; BELOW: Ella Rayburn, organizations. ABOVE LEFT: Rita Encash, academics; RIGHT: Bcbbl Kohl, copy: MIDDLE LEFT: Ed Kuhn, sports; RIGHT: Jerry Council and Diane Turtle, Greeks; BELOW LEFT: Greg Gleason, business: RIGHT; Carol E ' den and Jeanie Os burn, housing. TOP ROW: Carol BiiteL index: Lynn Bunfcen classes: Gerry Carper, distribution; Jim Hoover, academics. BOTTOM ROW; Kathy Riedel, story of the year; Karen Parker, ac- ademics; Patty Wiftman classes. Photographers TOP LEFT: Matt Peak, photographer; RIGHT: Marsha Puy ear, secretary; MIDDLE LEFT; Ed Kuhn, photographer; RIGHT: Marty Puyear, secretary; BELOW RIGHT; Lorraine Jackson, supervisor. With Lorraine Jackson as supervisor, the student photographers were on hand for all college-sponsored activi- ties. The photo lab worked closely with Leader and Reveille staffs to achieve high quality publications. " Vw? kWflWT ' ru TV Added to KFHS KFHS Radio expanded to include closed circuit televi- sion cameras for broadcast and tape replays In class- rooms. Under the direction of Jack Heather, KFHS also expanded the staff of students and technicians to accommodate the television equipment. Students in residence hails and the Memorial Union could receive the KFHS broadcasts by dialinq 650. The radio facilities are housed in Malloy Hall. ALL LEFT: Students learn the practical aspects of video broad- casting by making use of television equipment, ABOVE: Jack Heather, director of KFHS h discusses programming with a stu- dent. Departmental Honoraries POP Joins in Career Day Pi Omega Pi, honorary fraternity for business teachers, assisted with Career Day activities. In addition to the business honors banquet, mem- bers sent a representative to the na- tional convention. The group elected Janet McEntar- fer as president. Mary Ann Rush, Sharon Vlasak and Lois Myerly co- sponsored the group. PI OMEGA PI — BACK ROW: Anita Donohoe, Shirley Bates. Phyllis Cox, Gwen Schultz, Keren Keller, Judy Schrader, Marcia Bailey, Janet Me- Entarfer. SECOND ROW: Sharon Giebler, Lois DreEling, Joy Bretz, Ramona Clinesmith, Mary Ann Rush, sponsor, Sharon Schneider Kathy Berger FRONT ROW: Jean Cavanaugh, Linda Beardsley, Jams Randolph, Sheryl Kurtz, Anita Spitler DTA Judges Poster Contest Members of Delta Tau Alpha, honorary agriculture fraternity, con- tributed their talents in judging the Ellis County Soil Conservation Poster Contest. The group also helped with Career Day and attended the na- tional DTA convention. Ruff Gentry sponsored the ag- riculture majors Bruce Hachmeister served as president during the spring. DELTA TAU ALPHA—BACK ROW: Bruce Haclv nr r4 Rr Charles Sevens, Alfred Campbell. FOURTH ROW: Wesley Drosselmeyer, Larry Key- ser, Darryl Gleason. THIRD ROW: Earl Unruh, Alan Gu+fery. Reger Unruh. SECOND ROW: Craig Deftmer, Joyce Wolfram, Frank Kroboth, FRONf ROW; Ruff Gentrv. soonsor. Georan Grnna. Gene PSl CHI-BACK ROW; 0e2vem Linen be rger, Jim Weth, Bob Kurxa, Herb Songer, Charles Foxx. SECOND ROW; Francis Begnoche, Don Binder, Frank Schmitt, Charlene Dretling. FRONT ROW; Sylvia Harbaugb, Mary Lou Livingston, Gloria DSbfe. Elaine Gardner. }Jst Gtyi l HE NATIONAL HONOX SOCIETY IN PSYCHOLOGY pupr at [fer arptolutfei. 11 It priirerlJg to riwur i irinwr p( w cUvSnmr: mil trcnaMg. to mitoffsBr. iStaatitf aid nalntota MiPlBritpl| pf Urtl «™fciTJi to at] i ilMlt ffrlli. jHfHmlcrlfi la ufr BjjiUftolaa, to mi rttobftoftri » si irttor j Arr m t lit % rUJj aid to ft bp Hf uftoniJ indttaltoii fOlniu fl Mail 4 bd hi ua tolOU a»r rr =trw«I rf 1 1 1 , f aid ft j teto t«orl niir idr if ftt wiwt mwn ftur ■ Ml A.f, .-. Psi Chi Initiates 30 April 24 marked the charter initia- tion of Kappa Delta Sigma into Psi Chi, national psychology fraternity. With 30 members to initiate, the group elected Don Binder as pres- ident while Dennis King served as advisor. The group revised the bydaws and participated in curriculum changes. Thetr programs included topics on sensory awareness and behavior modifications used at a camp for emotionally disturbed boys. PS! CHI CHARTER MEMBERS Francis Begnoche Jim Besfgen Don Binder Irl Brassfield Gloria Dible Charlene DreMing Don Fast Charmaine Fast Steven Fox Charles Foxx Elaine Gardner Kathy Glglio Helen Gribble Sylvia Harbaugh Carl Ingram Donna Jennings Carol Kwatcher Delvern Linenberger Jack Montgomery Keith Ogburn Frank Schmitt Don Schreiner Dwayne Scott Herb Songer Linda Stephens FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Robert Adams Dr. Gary Butterfield Dennis King Dr. Don Randall James Ryabik Members of PE Delta Epsilon, national journalism honorary, participate in their ceremony to receive the national char- ter on February 8. RIGHT: ALPHA PSI OMEGA —BACK ROW: Terry Schenk, Lloyd Frerer, spon- sor. FRONT ROW: Dot Welter, La von Grusing, Vicki Mc- Con nell. BOTTOM: EPSILON pj TAU — BACK ROW: Robert Busch, Arthur Sayler. James Bergen, Clifton Rush, John re Dom- bauqh, Glenn Gin- ther, Gary Rabas. SECOND ROW: Don Barton, Ken Feist, Gary Tobias, Dr. C. R. Cain, sponsor, Dennis Mc- Kee, Stephen Hoch, James Walters, Ran- dy Asbiff. FRONT ROW: Roger Mauch, Thomas Umscheid. Robert Vavrtcka. Thomas Noone, John G i n g r a u x, Bryan Bachkora. Leon Al- bert. Drama and Acting EPT Men Handle Alpha Psi’s Bag Annual News Letter Alpha Psi Omega, theater hon- orary, assisted with dramatic produc- tions at Fort Hays State. Members of the group are familiar with the technical as well as the acting side of theater production. The organiza- tion co-sponsored a May awards din- ner with Little Theatre. William Segal served as sponsor, Wayne Alan Sipe presided as president. John Slngraux served as sponsor and Leon Albert was elected presi- dent of Epsilon Pi Tau, industrial arts honorary. The industrial arts group sent out the annual EPT News Letter to their alumni. A spring initiation of new members was held. Member- ship requires a minimum of 16 credit hours In industrial arts and a 2.0 in the field. KAPPA OMICRON PHI— BACK ROW: Mary Harrel Jane Hud Carolyn Ledoir THIRD ROW: Rosanne Homing, Jean Loyd, Connie Schwa rtf, Judy Welter, Linda Pbye. SECOND ROW: Linda AppEebee. Joan Zimmer. Marilfe Klinsmann, Carafe Noah, Linda Gfeller. FRONT ROW: EEizaheth Bremng. Linde Thompson, Tonde Diecthoff, Sharolyn Gobin. Mary Lou Mitchell, KOP Participates In National Study Three service projects, a Founder’s Day Din- ner and participation in a national study of home economists ' responsibilities to the needy occupied Kappa Omicron Phi members. The home economics honorary elected Mary Lou Mitchell president. Mrs. Maxine Hoffman was faculty sponsor. Therapists Attend Chicago Convention Sigma Atpha Eta, honorary speech therapy fraternity, baked cookies for children partici- pating in speech therapy clinics as one of their service projects. The president and secre- tary of the honorary attended the national convention in Chicago. Mrs. Marcia Bannister and Dr, Charles Wilhelm were sponsors and Julie Jansonius was president. Key member- ship requires a gpa of 1.25, serving on a com- mittee denotes active participation. SIGMA ALPHA ETA— SACK ROW: Dr. Charles WilheEm, sponsor, Norma Schoen, Julie Jan-soniuv John Wootter, Don Degenhardt, FRONT ROW: Julie GrabEe, Janet Venrce- berg, Marcia Bannister, spon- sor, Sheila BEIEs, Rita Poll now. TOP PH! MU ALPHA SINFONIA — BACK ROW: John Hu bar. Arthur Buehl r, Charles Rouse. Mike SprmgTeldi. Vince Landau, Lawrence KrebbieL FRONT ROW: Curtis Wnqhi Stars Sock, Terry Krob, Tom Rai ' sbacb Dole Sekavec, Allen Diiiey. BOT- TOM, SiGMA ALPHA IOTA— BACK ROW: Sandy Rohr, Cirdy Schreiner. Beth Scbdie. Carta Beesley Laverne Van Kooten. Debb=e Leis. Vicky Meyer, Cindy Bogart, Lois Smith, THIRD ROW: Shirley Woodfpft. Donna Thompson, Joleen Novotny, W ndy Mickey, Elaine Worden, Mery Lee Wilgers, Marilyn Miller, Susan Worden. SECOND ROW: Joyce Horyna, Judy Friaderich, Gloria Mitchell, JoyCfi Pennington., Judy Dugan, Rebecca Kraus, Kathy Schaffer. FRONT ROW: Dixie Walker Cindy Gray, Marian Retbback, Rosanna Avery, Elaine Ellis, Linda Shaw. Music Men Aid With Programs Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia members selected Vince Landau as president while John Huber served as sponsor of the music fraternity. Projects in- cluded advertising the Varsity Band Show, ushering for musical programs and helping with musical stage works. The men also contributed their time at the State Music Contest, The fra- ternity was originally founded in 1898 . SAI Promotes Musical Service Sigma Alpha lota, women ' s music honorary, centered Its service proj- ects around music. The group sent money to Paraguay, their sister na- tion, to aid programs In music edu- cation, The women held several teas for music faculty wives and alumnae. Delegates attended the state SAI Day In Topeka. Marilyn Miller was president and Mrs, Joan Henry sponsored the organization. TOP. PH! ALPHA THETA— BACK ROW; Don Ryner- son, John Morris, Jim Martin FOURTH ROW: Roy Ingram, Ann Liston, sponsor, Lois Luti, Jerry Ramsey. Terry Archer. THIRD ROW: Fred Atchison. Jan Zwtnfc, Patrick Barry. Sandy Hindi. SECOND ROW: Donates fink. Connie Graves. Edith Couture. Linda Grout Veronica Andrews. FIRST ROW: Sheran Powers, Moggie Johnson. Carolyn Olson. Tim Zwtnfc. Ella Ray- burn. BOTTOM, KAPPA MU EPSILON— BACK ROW: Kenneth Woods, Richard Bear, Neal Schmeidler, O, E. Etter. SECOND ROW: Foster DiecLhoff. Donald Werner, John Bailey, Gregory Smith FRONT ROW: Linda Dreilmg, Jan Schneider, Diane Dicfcman, Elaine Gardner, Carol Ross Historians Take Spring Journey Phi Alpha Theta, honorary history fraternity, combined monthly meet- ings with History Club to hear speakers discuss the " intellectual Origins of the New Left, " Paleon- tology in Western Kansas " and other topics of significance. Headed by Jerry Ramsey, the group took a May trip to the Rocky Mountain Social Science Convention In Colorado Springs Ann Liston sponsored the group Frat Recognizes Math Students Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary math- ematics fraternity, admitted initiates with a " B " average in math and a 1 75 overall A May banquet and initiation of new members culmi- nated the year, John Bailey was elected president. Mrs. Marilynn Wilson sponsored the mathematicians. The organization provided recognition of outstanding mathematics students and familiar- ized members with advances in the field. Departmental Organizations TOP LEFT: Members of Student Council for Exceptional Children participate in activities such as square dancing, miniature golf and swimming with area children. RIGHT: Sherrill Coffin exhibits the style that made her the free throw champ 1 in a contest sponsored by Men ' s Physical Education Club. BELOW LEFT: Juan Jimenez carries his apple to the goal line during the Spanish Club masquerade party RIGHT: Pi Delta Epsilon members tour American Yearbook Connpany of Topeka during their weekend of national Initiation. STUDENT CHARTER, SOIL CONSERVATION SO- CIETY OF AMERICA— BACK ROW: Wesley Dros- selmeyer, Gary Setter, Marion Alford FOURTH ROW: Tom Fa rney, Eugene Sieve ns, Lonny Mc- Llnn. THIRD ROW: Arlo Smith. Norman Dooley. Ted Swafford. SECOND ROW: Sam Atherton, Gene Neuforih. FIRST ROW: Maria Bingamari, Steve Chain. SCSA Aids Anti-Pollution Student Chapter of Soil Conserva- tion actively participated In pollu- tion clean-up projects Members worked during the Governor ' s Clean- up Week and on the college farm situation, Wesley Drosselmeyer served as president with Thaine Clark advising this nationally affiliated or- ganization Soil Conservation Club members work with other FHS groups in cleaning up the Cedar Bluff Lake Retreat beach area. German Club Holds Festival FRENCH CLU8— BACK ROW: Gerald Windholz, Theresa Heoke, Jeanette Gerdt- zen, Michael Meade, Tom Toepfer, Hank DeSair, Mary Mathes, THIRD ROW: Norma Ross, Sandra Johnson, Paula Stein, Johanna Johnson, Maria Codinach, sponsor, Rod Norton. SECOND ROW: Sheila Patehen, Nikki Shelton, Lora Rohm, Donovan Ran- dolph, Vicki Milam. FRONT ROW: Alma Lozano, Martha Koehn, Jacki Elfiott, Joleen Wirtz, Toni Keshka, Lanis Lewellen. French Club Stresses Culture French Club members elected Tom Mitchell as president, Maria Codinach served as the sponsor. The club’s objective Is to acquaint American students with French cul- ture. This objective was qained main- ly through films shown during month- ly meetings German Club supplemented the classroom program In an extension of the students’ understanding of the German people. Allen Elliott served as president and Mrs. Leona Pfeifer was sponsor The club held the annual Christmas party as well as a German dinner and wedding dance during the Hays Art Festival. The group also sponsored two feature-lenqth films and joined with the Spanish and French Clubs for a spring picnic. GERMAN CLUB— BACK ROW: Mkha©! Meade sponsor, Dona Rad diffe FIFTH ROW: Lonnie Beadles. Terry Pfanneostlel. Sally Bfungardt, Judy Haas Francis Pe chance, Leon Staab, Paul Graber, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Alan Von Range, Byron Burke Stan Blattner. Kathy Losey, Jeanette Rohr, Carolyn Hamm. Theresa Heeke. Sherry Harman Carole Converse. THIRD ROW: Ed- ward Prewo, Terry Schmidt, Elaine Murphy, Trudy Williams, Kay Shields, Mary Ann Enslow, SECOND ROW: Sid BSeber, Mark Princ, Richard ’ ' Dut- ton, Rosa Leo Dick, ‘ Elizabeth Dougherty, Dayna Yeazel. FRONT ROW: Phyllis Schmidt, John Ewy, Harvey Thompson, Fred Johnson, Mary Feist, Robert Desbien, Rod Stack, Allen Elliott. SPANISH CLUB— BACK ROW: Dermis Dye, Jack Robertson, CfaJg Hancke, Doug McNichofs, L rbl Oukeda. Cornelius Hugo, Juan Jimenez. Jr, THIRD ROW: Cyndi Bowman. Diane Roberson. Deb Andmt, Launto Schwarz, Valeria Juerge risen, Chris Burton, Graciefla Cerballo- Warren Tacha, SECOND ROW: Tim Zwinlt, Bonnie Yonrall Deena Edmundson, Cheryl Brown. Veronica Andrews, Lora Rehm. Le y Morgan, Dave Wobker. FRONT ROW: DeWayne Wirsteflm, Dr. Benito Carbdlo, Anfonia Alcantara, sponsor, Marie Beckman. Barb Johnson. Pam DreiNng, Elia Domingyei, Diane Evans. Films Promote Spanish Culture Spanish Club members gained cul- tural insight of Spanish-speaking coun- tries through festivals, films and slides. Barb Johnson served os president and Antonia Alcantara sponsored the group. In the spring, dub members joined other language clubs for a picnic. ALPHA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS— BACK ROW; Darrel Barnett, Joe KirkendalJ, Richard Osborne, sponsor, Walter Manteuffel. sponsor, FRONT ROW: Wayne Scott, Monty Applebse. Leo Knoll, MIDDLE; Alpha Kappa Psi joined with other business groups in sponsoring Business Week speakers and other activities. AKP Sponsors Business Week As an honorary fraternity for business administration majors, Alpha Kappa Psi joined with other campus business or- ganizations in sponsoring Business Week activities. Ten members set up accounting procedures for the Homer B. Reed Cen- ter. Monty Applebee served as president. Richard Osborne and Walter Manteuffel co-sponsored the club. Soc. Club Joins Campus Groups Through programs and speakers, the newly formed Robert E. Witt Sociology Club increased members ' awareness of the field. Greg Shubert served as the first president. Robert Witt sponsored the group during the first semester. After his death, Mrs. Rose Arhnold and Bill Abruzzi be- came sponsors. Some of the programs included a paper on Indian students in the U.S., a talk by the manager of the Girls Industrial School in Beloit, and an FHS student related his exper- iences in VISTA. SOCIOLOGY CLUB— BACK ROW; Dale Argohinger, Sfertfey F-lort. Greg Shubert. Deb Ardrlst, FRONT ROW: Carey Hulter, Bill Abruizl, sponsor. Lucille Stewart, Sister DorUsa Erbert. SCEC Displays Concern for Kids Students from the areas of edu- cation, speech correction and special education worked with exceptional children through the Student Coun- cil for Exceptional Children, With Dale Sekavec as president and Mrs, Martha Claflin as advisor, SCEC members sponsored recrea- tional programs and a Christmas par- ty for exceptional children in the Hays area. Delegates attended the national convention in Chicago, STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHIL- DREN— BACK ROW: Ronald Fielder, Lynn Corn, Dale Sekavec. FRONT ROW; Barbara Larson, Barbara Mease. SEA Hosts Gustad STUDENT EDUCATION ASSN. OFFICERS— BACK ROW; Yvonna Todd, Dr Roy Kurtz, sponsor, Donna EngeL FRONT ROW: Elaine Adamson, Patsy Homer. Kathy Pflughoft. Dr. John Gustad, Fort Hays State president, keynoted the February Student Education Assn, banquet. Elaine Adamson was president; Gerald Duncan and Dr. Ray Kurtz were sponsors. SEA officers attended a state workshop in Topeka. Other delegates attended the state convention in Wichita. Nurses Give Service Open to students interested in nursing, the Fort Hays Nurses Club sponsored several proj- ects. Christmas caroling to the Hays hospitals, helping with the bioodmobile and immunization projects are highlights of the group ' s many serv- ices, Mrs. Ileene Allen and Mrs. Ruth Theis were sponsors. Dean Zerr served as president. TOP; FORT HAYS NURSES CLUB— SACK ROW; Glenda Sehurle, Patricia Herrmann, Sharon Beyens, Karen Bailey, Mary Morrish, Deresa DSble, Lucille Yale, Pam Arnold, Sandra Shaw, Linda Carr, Dean Zerr. SECOND ROW; Ruth Hunter, Donne SchmeEdler, Donna Marine, Janice RomEne, Sue Tinde ' !, Mary Ann Jacobs. Sherri Busse, Kathleen Jacobs, Susan BeEshe, Martha Millsteod. Phil Yust. FRONT ROW: F:mma Wiese, Alberta Davis. LtEEien Kings, Margarel Carter, Jeanette Vague, Nancy Tucker, Mary Humpert, Marcia Bray Louise Steffen, Leora Stroup. BOTTOM: BACK ROW: Dawn SkrdEant, Diane Bronson. Jeanette Hailing, Bobbi Girot, Linda Boyle. Eva Brown, Denise CrossEey. Marla Fekien, Elaine Trow- bridge , Ruth Theis. sponsor. SECOND ROW: Paula Schulte, Deyna Yeaiel, Linda Barton, Connie Van Wey, Janet Sager, Lori Cona- way. Brenda Darnell, Dianne Kemp, Belinda Borth. FRONT ROW: Mershon Smith, Judith Schugort. Margo Rupp Elizabeth Ann Willis, Kathryn Urban , Jody Allen, Susan Beckman Carol Dietz. Exchange Gives Chemists Funds With Alan Klusener as president and Robert Richards serving as spon- sor, the Fort Hays Chemistry Club presented a scholarship to a Chem, Club member. The chemists raised money for this scholarship through an exchange of laboratory equipment and handbooks. Delegates attended the American Chemical Society con- vention. PDE Receives National Charter Pi Delta Epsilon, journalism rec- ognition fraternity, received its na- tional charter in a February initiation with the Washburn University chap- ter in Topeka. Les Anderson served as the first president of the organization. Mrs. Katherine Rogers sponsored the journalists. The editor and the former publisher of the Hays Dally News presented programs on opportunities in the field. TOP, CHEMISTRY CLUB— BACK ROW: Terry Krob. Vernon Harding, Bernard Lavereniz, Richard Schwarts, Craig Thomp- son, Alan Klusener, R. C. Richards, sponsor, SECOND ROW: Brian Brooks, Jay Spicer, Curtis Gregg. LeEand Weigel, Jay Schuk- man, Lynn Waf . FRONT ROW; Merle Deardorff, Mary Lou Nemechek. Susan Frie- sen. David Chan. J. W, Simpson. RIGHT, PI DELTA EPSJ LON -BACK ROW: Les Anderson, Mar+yn Howgiil, Russ Cra- vens. THIRD ROW: Norma Ross, Lynn Bunker. Greg Turner. SECOND ROW: Susan Trout. Joyce Rabas. Mrs. Katherfrie Rogers, sponsor, Ella Rayburn, FRONT ROW: Shar- on Jacobs, Karen Parker, Linda Meier. Matt Peak. Dr, W. D, Moreland discusses old tiroes with colleagues during a coffee given in his honor by the newly formed Political Science Club. Poly Sci Completes First Year at Hays Completing Its first year on the Fort Hays State campus, the W. D. Moreland Political Science Club souqht to create Informal lines of communication between students and fac- ulty Involved in political science. James Pearson was president and Pat Drinan spon- sored the new organization. Hosting speakers which Included aca- demic consultants and political figures from several governmental levels, helped to ac- quaint c ' ub members with all facets of polit- ical science. During the fall semester the club held a coffee for Dr, W. D. Moreland, re- tired Chairman of the Division of Political Science, History and Sociology. POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB OFFU CERS — BACK ROW: Gregg Schwarz, Stephen Starti y, SECOND ROW: Patrick Drrnan sponsor, Ken Me Laughlirt. FRONT ROW: Bev Bray, James Pearson, STERNBERG GEOLOGY CLUB—BACK ROW: Rod Vaughn, Gary Small, Doyle Saddles Dr. Sidney Ash. sponsor, Myrl Walter, sponsor. Kent Bratton, SECOND ROW: Darny Walter, Eldon Elmore. Freddy Sheesley. Jerry Hones Jate AehenbaoV. FRONT ROW: Wes Ltlley, Curtis Anderson, Richard Breta, Richard Zaknewskh sponsor. Geologists Sponsor Naming Museum With Myrl Walker as sponsor and Doyle Saddler as president, the Sternberg Geolo- gy Club promoted naming the museum to honor its founder, the late George F Stern- berg, a world renowned paleontologist and long-time curator of the museum. Letters Present Eta Rho’s Purpose Coke parties and letters introduced tresh- men and new members to the function of Eta Rho Epsilon, women ' s physical education organization. A spring picnic and softball game culminated activities. Sarah Mangels- dorf was sponsor and Debbie Artmen was president. ETA RHO EPSILON— BACK ROW: Carla Huck. Andrea Kirk. THIRD ROW: Janie Dolochek, Shirley Lowry. SECOND ROW: Sarah Mengelsdorf, sponsor, Mary Jane Lester. FRONT ROW: Pam Albert. Marilyn Bliss. Diamonds, Spaghetti Highlight Home Ec. Making hand puppets for childen in the Hays hositals, spaghetti suppers speakers on such topics as hair-pieces and diamonds were on this year s agenda for women in the Home Economics Chapter, The chapter provided an opportunity for home economics students to become better acquainted with other students in the field. Also I he women were able to develop pro- fessional skill while utilizing their knowledge In community service. The club aided mem- bers in keeping abreast of new develop- ments in the field. Miss June Krebs was sponsor while Joan Zimmer served as presi- dent. HOME ECONOMICS CHAPTER— TOP PICTURE, BACK ROW: Vivian Llqhtner, Jarre H udt, Li da Ross, THI RD ROW; Cheryl Set lies, Jane Hasted Judy Welfcsr, Brenda Ealen, SECOND ROW: Kerry Lee Tripp Karen Ptacefe. Carrie Be ' jncf, Cindy Hardin. FRONT ROW: Deanna Carter, Laura Pugh. Joyce Wieserdanger, Sheryl Kirit. MIDDLE PICTURE, BACK ROW: Susan Wycoff, Rcsarne Harnirg, Bonnie Unruh. THIRD ROW: Diara Peterson, Barbara Bieber. Jean Loyd, 5ECON D ROW: Carole Noah, Linda App-ebee. Sharolyn Gobm, FRONT ROW: Kevir. Netscn, Janet Treder, Vicky Ray, Juanita Smith. BOTTOM PIC- TURE. BACK ROW: Barbara Cooper, Amber Graver. Dianne Yourtker. SECOND ROW: Debbie Garre It, Barbara Giese, Jane j Comb 1 -. FRONT ROW: Karen Pickard. Eliza- beth Brening, Join Zimmer, Bikes, Contest Occupy MPE With Steve Seirer at the helm and Glen Lojka as sponsor. Men ' s Physi- cal Education Club members entered the annual Furlough Bicycle Races and sponsored a girls ' free throw contest during basketball season. The men attended the annual P.E. majors ' spring picnic. The club also dealt with the professional and edu- cational aspects of P.E. IA Devours Watermelons Watermelon feeds, pictured at right, and hamburger feeds kept the appetites of Industrial Arts Club members satisfied. Gary Tobias sponsored the club and Kirby Clarke served as president. The men managed and supervised the Indus- trial Arts Fair. Along with overnight camping trips, the programs includ- ed speakers on industry and educa- tion. RIGHT. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS— BACK ROW: Clifton Rush, Ktrby Clarlte. THIRD ROW; James Bell. Stephen Hoth. SECOND ROW; Doug Eisenhour, Gary Tobias. Sppnior. Robert Brown. FRONT ROW; Duane Adams, Robert Vavricka. BOT- TOM MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDU- CATION CLUB— SACK ROW; GW Lo;lca, sponsor. Dennis Nel- son, Larry Shi ! J. Rick Riggin, Frank Teppan, Scott Turner. Robert Shandy. Ronald Strait, Larry ThurEow. Dr. Russell Bogus. THIRD ROW; Allan HcWe. Jerry Duran. Mike Gedney. Richard Harmon. VEc Case, Craig Gwln- ner, Fred Teeter. Daryl Ober- mueller. Frank Gray. Gerald Shelly. SECOND ROW: Bob Bearley, Bob Threlfcel, Don True, Steve Rusco. Ed Harold, Mike Karl, Bob Young. Fred Britten, Doug DeGarmo, FRONT ROW: Lynn Lashbrook, Roger Lynch, Ronald Scott, Berry Bailey. Steve Seirer, Steve Hadley, Charles Kinderknecht. Business Frat Hosts FBLA Phi Beta Lambda business frater- nity sponsored the Future Business Leaders of America convention for area high school students. Delegates gleaned many ideas for meetings and projects from the state conven- tion in March and the June national convention held in Philadelphia. Sharon Siebler was president and Sharon Vlasak sponsored the business organization. Historians Hear Films, Speakers With Roy Ingram as president, History Club combined with Phi Al- pha Theta for monthly meetings of films and speakers on topics perti- nent to historical or present day events. Helmut Schmeller sponsored the organization. History Club mem- bers rounded out the year by at- tending the Rocky Mountain Social Science convention in Colorado Springs. LEFT, HISTORY CLUB— BACK ROW: Roy Ingram. Don Ryrerson. H. J, Schmeller, sponsor. Fred Cook. FOURTH ROW; Bert Lape, Craig Haneke, Terry Archer, Roger Morris. THIRD ROW: Lonnie Beadles, Fred Atchison, Barb Bolt, Myrna Sue Powe ' L SECOND ROW: Bob Westbrook, Sherari Powers, Ernie Hones, Susan Doff. FRONT ROW: Doug McNicholas, Eva Lehto, Elaine Adamson, Ella Rayburn. BELOW, PHI BETA LAMBDA — BACK ROW: Robert Schoenfeld, David Adams, Kim Carey, Gaylen Kerr, Gary Effing. Lynn Scar- row, Robert Sun ley. SECOND ROW: Barbara Rytyofv, Ronald Kletehlca. Steve Ochs. Der.rs Miller Gale Louie. Dae Llghtcap. FRONT ROW: Leona Burdick Sharon Giebler, Phyllis Co , Janet Fer- land, Betty Widener. All-Campus Organizations Rodeo Members Stage Ride-off During the year Rodeo Club prac- ticed with the May championship rodeo as their goal. Members met K-State in a match ride contest. The alumni ride-off pitted former mem- bers against present members. Neil Barstow was president. Bob Lowen, Jack Jackson, Doug Philip and Rose- mary Smith sponsored the dub. FORT HAYS RODEO CLUB OFFI- CERS — BACK ROW: Jack Jackson, sponsor. Bob Ltmen. sponsor, Tim Miser. Rocky Frey. Douglas Philip, sponsor. FRONT ROW: Berneta Rose, Cathy Sarton, KeyLynn Philip, Rose- mary Smith, sponsor. Square Dancing - Pure Enjoyment With Bob Dey as president and Cade Suran as sponsor, the main objective of the Fort Hays Star Promenaders was to promote inter- est in square dancing. During the Homecoming Parade the club danced on one of the floats. Bob Dey served as caller during the bi-monthly dances. FORT HAYS STAR PROMENADERS OFFI- CERS— BACK ROW; Cade Suran, sponsor KayLynn Philip Bob Dey. FRONT ROW: Sandra LoeppSte, Fran Heyse, Carol MohEer. PEOPLE TO PEOPLE— BACK ROW: Lucho Sarmien+o, Peggy Chakra bandhu. Jean Stouffer, Valerie Schiewe, Melinda Kite Eva Lehto, Cornelius. Hugo David London. SECOND ROW: Deb Andris □ lane Bronson, Chafe Bhanalaph, Fung- pet Boonllang S u k re e Coornpanthu, Dr, Benito Carballo, sponsor, Ronald Lilltch FRONT ROW: Carol Diet?. Ann Marie Wu. Marcia Bray, Cheryl Brown, Anita Becker, Rackanee Vacharaporn. Foreign students and their host families attended an American style picnic In September. P-t-P Enhances Understanding People-to-People encourages students from the United States to broaden their knowledge of other spheres of the globe while stressing cultural understanding. The international group elected David London as president. Dr, Benito Carballo served as sponsor. Leap Week and the In- ternational Arts Festival highlighted P-t-P activties. ALPHA PHI OMEGA- BACK ROW: Jefald Peterson, Henry Mace, Curtis Gregg. Charles Osborne, Jon Case. Jack Heather, sponsor. SEC- OND ROW: Merald Van Vleet Basil Julian, Lynn Wafz, James Hoover, Robert Pin- kail. FRONT ROW: Bob Beartey, Danny Walker, Bob ThreEkel, Fred Johnson, Ron U ntd e r wo od BOTTO M : B AC K ROW: Ian Bentley, James Ke - lerman, sponsor. THIRD ROW: John Vignery, Joseph Wahr- man, Steve Flaska. Gary Sampson. SECOND ROW: Ed- win Delbert. Fred Sheesley, La- vern Boeso. Don Rodebough. FRONT ROW: Richard Krays, Robert Kraus, Norman Austin, Jim Johnson, Tom Franks. BELOW LEFT: Alpha Phi Omega members spon- sored a smoker to discuss their organization with Fort Hays State men in- terested in the fraternity. Service Stressed In APO Fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, national service fra- ternity, sponsored the Beauty and Beast con- test and Furlough races to raise money for Endowment Assn, scholarships. The group also aided the campus bloodmobile, ush- ered at Artists and Lectures programs and helped distribute Reveilles. Astronaut James A. Lovell wrote, " 1 heart- ily recommend this fraternity to you for I believe that your participation in this or- ganisation will give you a sense of fulfillment and will bring honor and distinction to your school. 1 ’ Lovell carried his APO pin on the . -i a II. win ' ■ Retreat Group YAF Supports Develops Site ‘Involvement’ CEDAR BLUFF LAKE RETREAT OR- GANIZATION-BACK ROW: Glen Lo[ke t Leore Stroup, Howard Rey- nolds, Peter Hegg, Lynn Rogers. FRONT ROW: Ronald Quint, Marvin Roth, Tom Meiers, Jeff Rainier, The FHS Lake Retreat Organiza- tion spent the year developing and maintaining a Cedar Bluff recreation area for students and faculty. In concentrating on their goals the group built rafts, lakeside basket- ball goals and graded all roads lead- ing to the retreat area. Glen Lojka served as chairman and Lynn Rogers as secretary-treas- urer. The lakeside area is leased by the college. With " involvement " as Its motto, the FHS Young Americans for Free- dom chapter was organized. Installing Pat Brown as president and Dr. Howard Reynolds as sponsor, the group participated in the nationwide " Tell it to Hanoi " movement by dis- tributing campus literature and send- ing petitions to Hanoi deleqates at Paris. In the spring the YAF held a Vietnam referendum fo gauge campus feelings on the war. YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREE- DOM— SACK ROW: Bob Schwindt. Jim Rahn. THIRD ROW: Robert Akers. Howard Reynolds, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Raymond Fagan. Shirley Gnad. FRONT ROW: Pat Brown, Jim Borthwick. Plays, Awards In Little Theatre Membership in Little Theatre is earned by accumulating 10 points in any facet of theater work. Members participated in " Sleeping Beauty " and a series of one-acts. The out- standing actor, actress and technical producer received awards at the an- nual banquet. Denny Dey was presi- dent and William Segal was sponsor. Vets Help With Furlough, Flags Veterans ' Club members used the spring semester to help Alpha Phi Omega with Furlough. With John Pyle as president, Bob Maxwell and Thaine Clark as sponsors, the group presented a U.S. flag to the Homer B. Reed Center. They also contrib- uted litter containers for the cam- pus. LITTLE THEATRE— BACK ROW: Vicki Me- Connell, Denny Dey, Dennis Martin, Rocky Reiser George Stevenson, Dot Welter. SEC- OND ROW; Steve Winkler, Pam Dreillng, Lloyd Prefer, sponsor, Doug Fried ly, Larry Laas. Terry Schenk. FRONT ROW: Kathy Faulkner, Lavi Gruslng, Glady Ridlef, Suit Griffin, Mary Ann Enjlow. VETERANS ' CLUB — BACK ROW: Ron Obolski, Marty Reed, Edwin Hamilton, Larry Thurtow. FIFTH ROW: Dave Brlqg s, James Knight, Rodney Applegate, Dewayne Bruine- kcoL FOURTH ROW: Terry Randa 1 !, Monte Lareau, Dwight Carter, Steve Worley, THIRD ROW: Terry Charboneau. Jerry Johnson, Chuck Haaq, Jim Heller, SECOND ROW: John Pyle, Joe Allison, Leroy Rose. Robert Martz. FRONT ROW: Roger Prochaska, Thaine Clark, Robert Bollig, Donald Koelllng, MIchiel Pro- cheska. High Spirits, Precision Routines Tiger Deb and Cheerleader Goal Tiger Debs and Cheerleaders made a hit throughout the year with per- formances at athletic events. Both groups were Instrumental in contri- buting to school spirit. The Cheerleaders accompanied CHEERLEADERS — TOP LEFT: Jar Schneider. MID- DLE: Susan MeClaren. RIGHT: Diane Bircher, head cheerleader. BOTTOM LEFT: Kathy Berger. MIDDLE: Linda FracL RIGHT: Cindy Hoffman, the teams for away games as well as leading cheers and the fight song at Lewis Field Stadium and the Coli- seum. Combining with other Hays schools, the Tiger Debs presented a half-time show at a Kansas City Chiefs football game. The precision dance unit performed for FHS half- times and at the Varsity Band Show, J i Mjdfij bt . 1 L ' T J - rjwCfZ i HB TJGER DEBS— BACK ROW: Debbie Dealt, Jill Dean, Barbara Converse. Elaine Herrman, Lonnie She after, Dottie AshlocE Debra Unrtih. Candace Langley, Linda Coffindatfor. FIFTH ROW: Lana Tittei, Jana THteJ, Leta Wheeler, Charlotte Am- hold. Deana Elston DeAnn Cox. Cindy Furbeck. Robin Deeds, Belinda Gifford- FOURTH ROW: Cecelia Buser. Sheryl Nickelson, Connie Heyen, ABOVE: Debs entertain Hays basketball fans during halftime. ABOVE RIGHT: Kar- en Johnson, student director and founder of the Tiger Debs, prepares Deb mascot for their next performance. Bonnie DeEnes, June Coot, Cindy Nelson, Melinda McAfee, Connie VrefiL THIRD ROW? Lana Under- wood. Jeanne Streit. Debbie Andrisi Cindi Hardin, Barbara Brungardt, Kathy Wrightsrnan, Marlene McGuire. Anita Husted. SECOND ROW: Diana Turtle, Colleen Chitwood, Sherrill Coffin, Barbara Nelson, Sharon Graham. FRONT ROW: Karen Johnson, WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSN. “BACK ROW: Kath- leen Kootz, Patricia Foos, Laura Richmeier. Beverely Ritter, Monies Somers, spon- sor. Andrea Kirk. SECOND ROW: Mary Jane Lester, Diana Keith, Marie Former. Shirley Lowry, Janie DolecheL FRONT ROW: Juanita Smith, Judy Dugan, Marilyn Bliss, Pam Albert. WRA Endorses Recreation RIGHT: WRA members relax from school worries during their Septem- ber camping trip. BELOW LEFT: What is a better way to end a hard day of camping than to trade favorite ghost stories? BELOW RIGHT : Semester break meant Colorado and skiing for many WRA members. Women ' s Recreation Association strives to interest FHS women In rec- reation and the ideals of sportsman- ship, A September coke party served to acquaint new and old members. September also found the women on a camp-out at Fort Fletcher Camp Grounds, The fall semester was topped with a playday for area high schools and a Halloween party. Severely Ritter served as president and represented the group as a Homecoming Queen candidate. Monice Somers completed her fourth year as WRA sponsor. During semester break WRA mem- bers headed to Colorado for skiing at Arapahoe Basin. In March the group again hosted high schools for a volleyball sports day. The annual WRA banquet closed the school year. Orchesis-Dance Under the direction of Sarah Mangelsdorf, Orchesis members staged four performances during the year. Coupled with the Varsity Band Show, the fall production included ' Voodoo " and " Something ' s Com- ing. " An Evening of Dance titled the spring concert. Orchesis members usually did their own choreography. The group also presented an as- sembly performance at Hays High School and prepared arrangements for an original play by an FHS stu- dent. TOP: " Alpha ' by the Orchesis Company; MIDDLE: ' Mind Over Matter ' by the Orchesis Company: BOTTOM: " Woman in a Mechanized World ' by Sarah Man- ge fsdorf; RIGHT: " Composition 1 by Bren- da Bstner and Tom Boyd. Ensembles Aid Musical Variety Small instrumental ensembles and large orchestras offer a variety of performance media to Fort Hays State musicians. Membership in the ensembles is through audition. Lyle Dilley directed the Civic Symphony and the Symphonic Band, Robert Brown directed the Woodwind En- semble, Clarinet Choir was directed by Harold Palmer and Dr. Island Bartholomew conducted the Brass Choir. All groups, except Civic Sym- phony, toured area schools. The Civic Symphony is made up of col- lege personnel and residents of the Hays area. Symphonic Band high- lighted Its season with a performance at the Southwest CBDNA Conven- tion at the University of Oklahoma. All the groups presented formal con- certs for the entertainment of Hays and campus communities. TOP: WOODWIND ENSEMBLE — BACK ROW: Robert Brown, conductor. FRONT ROW: Mary Beth Norris, Susan Worden. Stephanie Grabcr, Carol Bailey, Linda Shaw. Nancy Wurm. Larry Bolton, Vince Landau, Marion Raikbact, Beth Scholle. BOTTOM: CIVIC SYMPHONY. TOP: CLARINET CHOIR— BACK ROW: Barne Ellis. Erfenc Jemison, Joe Gilbert, Don Urban, Nancy Wood Belinda Gifford, FRONT ROW; Alien Dilley. Linda Shaw, Cindy Bogart, Nancy Wurm. Avft Joss, Chip Hardy. Linda Goudy. MIDDLE: BRASS CHOIR— BACK ROW: Mike Brown, Chuck Rouse. Vince Landau, Mike Spring- field, Larry Bolton, Terry Karlin, Curtis Wright, David Outright, FRONT ROW: Matt Springfield! Sandra Rohr Judy Frederick. Barbara Johnson, Judy Dugan, Dorothy Bryant Rpz Avery, BOTTOM: SYMPHONIC BAND. Curtis Wright, solo -trombonist, was among several soloists adding to the entertain- ment at the Varsity Band Show. The Con- cert Choir and Fort Hays Singers per- formed in formal and informal settings heightening a cabaret effect Music, Dancing Focuses on Cabaret Style Varsity Band lent its name to title the November Varsity Band Show. The Jazz Ensemble, under the direc- tion of James Olcott; Fort Hays Singers, with Dr. Donald Stout as director; Concert Choir, also direc- ted by Stout; Orchesis, instructed by Sarah Manglesdorf and the Tiger Debs, under Karen Johnson, joined the band, directed by Lyle Dilley, for an evening of musical entertain- ment in a cabaret setting. TOP, STRING? TRIO— Linda Storm Anna Trent, Katy Benefiel. MIDDLE STRING ORCHESTRA— Dr. K. Marie Stolba, Sandra BeiorT, Bor.nie Hem ten. Linda Storm. Katy Be.ne.fiel, Mite Boss, Barbara Michaelas, Bonnie Storm, Libby OoHon, Sue McIntosh, Wendy Mickey, Betty Martin. BOTTOM. COLLEGIUM MUSI- CUM — Carol Saysiner, John Huber, Edwin Moyers Phyllis Schleteh, Music Groups Offer Concerts Men ' s and Women ' s Glee Clubs, under the direction of Donn Graham, and Collegian Chorale, under Pat- rick Goeser, each presented several concerts during the year. The Col- legium Musicum joined with the Fac- ulty String Quartet to present a program of modern and ancient string music. String Trio and String Orchestra are directed by Edwin Moyers. % Churches In our modern day of technologi- cal advancement, students continue seeking solace in their God. The churches of the Hays community welcome FHS students to services and activities. Many churches ex- tend their fellowship to students through specially organized college youth groups. Students also partici- pate in ecumenically oriented organi- zations. Baptist Student Union Baptist Student Movement Campus Crusade for Christ Catholic Student Center Chi Alpha Gamma Delta Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS New Coach Stymied By Losing Season Tom Stromgren, first season head football coach at Fort Hays State, was formerly head mentor at the College of Emporia, With him he brought a fine record of past achievement and " sic ' em 11 football, a new system designed to take the game to the opponents Confidence, pride and dedication characterized the man and his method. His coaching experience comes from three Kansas high schools where he compiled a 42-15-2 record. Upon coming to the College of Em- poria in 1965, Stromgren carried on the winning tradition and ended the 67 season compiling a creditable 13-4-1, In ten years of experience, the 0-9-0 outcome of the ‘69 Tiger sea- son is only the second losing season in Stromgren ' s coaching history. Tom Stromgren, new to the returning Tigers, began his first year at FH5 as head coach of the football squad. ABOVE: The Tiger defense stiffened to stop a mid- field third down play. RIGHT: Lionel! Jen- kins (82) tries an end around against a much improved Washburn. U. defense. Team Breaks T5 Records TEAM LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 1 4 games, ' 68- ' 69 FEWEST VICTORIES SEASON: 0, ' 69 WORST SEASON RECORD {%)= - 000 . ' 69 MOST POINTS BY OPPONENTS: 323, r 69 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORING: 54, ' 63- ' 69 MOST PASSING YARDS GAME: 228 vs, Kearney, ' 69 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED GAME: 37 vs. Kearney, 69 MOST PUNTS GAME: 12 vs. Colorado Stale College, ' 69 MOST PUNTS SEASON: 67, ’69 INDIVIDUAL MOST RUSHING YARDS GAME: 267, Tommy Evans vs. Emporia, ’69 MOST RUSHING YARDS SEASON: 1,022, Evans, ’69 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS GAME: 41, Evans vs. Emporia, ' 69 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS SEASON: 226, Evans, ' 69 MOST PASSING YARDAGE GAME: 228, John Covington vs. Kearney, ' 69 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED GAME: 37, Covington vs. Kearney, 69 LONGEST PASSING GAIN: 77, Dennis Spratt from Covington vs. Kearney, ' 69 COACHING STAFF: Ed McNeil, Terry Claycamp, Head Coach Tom Stromgren, Jim Paramore. Not pictured, Jesse Kennis. Evans, Covington, Spratt — New Holders Junior tailback Tommy Evans, (right) who turned in many sparkling performances and set a new rush- ing record, proved to be a major asset in the ' 69 season. The " Mini- Brute " racked up. a total of 1,022 yards for the season and was the team high scorer with 62 points. Quarterback John Covington (lower left) and end, Dennis Spratt (lower right) also contributed to the individ- ual record division. The team as a whole set 1 5 records and extended one. FRONT ROW; Mike But3e r H Steve Serrer, Jack Georgeson, Carl Helrr John Covington, Grady Elder, Dan Perkins, Dennis Spratt, Larry Ziertain Tommy Evans. SECOND ROW: Frank Healy, Graig Gwinrer, Rick Doran, Harold Greer, Kelly Walton, Hal Taliaferro, Bruce Armstrong, Kenny Joe Kdbiski, Stan Bowen, Scott Turner. Frank Tappan, Jim Powell, Jtm Murray. BACK ROW: Bill Kelly, Lioneil Jenkins, Lynn Lashbrook, Joe Gresnidc, Ted Juneau. Ed Heldenbrand,, Mel Haverfield. Steve Merritt, Clark Bouter Sten DurEer. Not pictured, Bruce Demaree. John Ber- Tigers Down; Anticipate Comeback The story of Fort Hays State ' s ! 969 football season was one of frustration and disappointment. For the first season In the history of the school the team failed to win one game. At the start of the season the Tigers found themselves with a new coach, Tom Stromgren and a new conference, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). In the first match against N.W. Oklahoma, a crowd of 4,000 viewed the Tigers ' 6-34 defeat, Hope and high spirits still prevailed when Kear- ney invaded Lewis Field and did their thing, leaving with a 12-28 victory. Colorado State returned and scored another defeat at 6-53. De- pressing losses to N.W. Missouri 14- 35 and to Washburn 6-27 shattered all hopes of a winning season. The next encounter, Homecoming, seemed the Ideal time to stage a comeback. A crowd of 7,000 turned out to generate all the spirit and excitement they could muster. It rained and Emporia went home a 7-34 winner. Following losses were Southern Colorado, 8-43 and Pitts- burg at 18-41. The final game was perhaps the most surprising. While hosting Omaha University, the Tigers put forth a valiant effort but once again fell prey to the foe, ending the season with a disappointing 20- 28 loss. Said Coach Stromgren, " We played our best , , . In my book every one of those kids who stuck it out Is a winner. " Visions for a brighter tomorrow? " When at the bottom there is only one way to go ... and that ain ' t sideways! " — Z. Zhalavodka FAR LEFT: Dennis Spraff (80) dives for a pass to move the Tigers closer to the goaf- line, LEFT: In the homecoming game with Emporia, Tommy Evans (20) topped Bob Johnson ' s rushing record of 264 yards with 267 yards in 41 carries, ABOVE: Cheerleader Cynthia Hoffman, wringing her hands, pays no attention to d£mp weather ABOVE RIGHT: Scott Turner [85) " sneaks ' ' up from behind for the tackle. ‘Bumpy 9 Season For Harriers The Fort Hays State 1969 cross country season began with some question. Larbi Oukada, former Mor- occan Olympian, was out on Injuries suffered in the 1968 track season. Carrying the load, Alvin Penka led the harriers to five dual and triangu- lar victories. Oukada joined the squad at the Oklahoma Jamboree and landed a third place, defeating the powerful Kansas University runners. Late In the season when the Tigers ran into illness and injuries, clutch perform- ances by Dennis Wheatcroft kept the harriers on top. For the major part of the season the double punch of Oukada and Penka sparked the Tigers to numerous triumphs. FHS at Kearney State (Neb.) . First FHS at Wichita U. Invitational . . First FHS at Oklahoma Jamboree . Third FHS at Emporia State . . First FHS at Kearney State (Neb.} . . First FHS at Kansas State Federation . Third FHS at RMAC , . First FHS at Missouri Valley AAU Second FHS at NA1A (Okla.) . . . First ;v $ ' ABOVE FAR LEFT: At the end of the rea- son Dennis Wheatcroft held the FHS har- riers on top. FAR LEFT : Alex Francis, initiator of cross country to Fort Hays State, coached the team for the I 3th year MIDDLE LEFT: Alvin Penka and Larbi Oukada led the Tigers to various victories, both winning NA1A All American. LEFT: Sophomore Alvin Penka leans on a fence with exhaustion after completing his run. BELOW LEFT: FHS harriers seen in action are Dave McLeiand, Larbi Oukada, Alvin Penka, Herb Camien, and Jerry Shelly. BE LOW: Penka, Shelly, and Oukada discuss the trials of the track. Conference Performance ‘Finest Ever Seen’ For the Rocky Mountain Cross Country meet this year, the Tigers were free of injuries and at the peak of condition. After the vic- torious encounter, Coach Francis dubbed the team ' s efforts as the finest display of stamina that he had ever seen. At the NAIA finals, the squad not only duplicated last year s cham- pionship but won by a greater mar- gin, Oukada missed the national in- dividual title by only seconds. The season ended as it began — -In glory, as Oukada and Penka won NAIA All American and Dennis Wheatcroft missed the honor by three places- FAR LEFT- Wheatcroft, McLefand, and Boehmer struggle for the finish, MIDDLE LEFT: Sophomore Larbi Oukada, Casa- blanca. Morrocco, joined the squad as a freshman after running the steeplechase for his country in the Olympics. ABOVE LEFT: Mcleland waits for the right moment to burst ahead of his opponent. ABOVE: Cross country coach Alex Francis points out one of his harriers. FHS HARRIERS; EVno Bailey, Jerry Shelly, Dick Bruin, He r b Camieri. Dave McLefand, Marie HrfL Larbi Oukada. Aivlr Penka. Jerry Du rani. Dennis Wheat cr:J S‘evo Boehffif?r, Ken Walker Richard Green. Bengals Win Six Thirteen Tiger victories and a 6-4 conference record with a three-way tie for second place made the 1969- 70 Fort Hays basketball season a ' Very good year 1 ’ Ten defeats and a two point loss to St. Mary of the Plains College in District 10 regional play-offs prevented rating the year as a ’ a great one. Head Coach Chuck Brehm ini- tiated the season with a complete team overhaul recalling only three lettermen and one starter. Making up the final top five were Darryl Ape! and Leneal Locke, guards: center Bob Bartkoskl and forwards Daryl Stockstill and Martyn HowgilL Supporting roles were filled by Duane Rauhut, Mike GaskelL Jim Keller, Pat James, Al Campbell. Duane Creamer, Troy Rampy, Mel Kitts, Gary Vejv°da ( Joe Gresnick and Dennis Richmond. Losing only one of 10 encounters in Sheridan Coliseum, the Tigers ' home play was almost invincible. Not quite so impressive was the road record of 4-9, Wrapping up his fifth year as Fort Hays basketball coach, Brehm com- mented, " I was extremely pleased with our overall performance and thought the squad did a tremendous Job. " ah - I 1 Bp j mL J ABOVE FAR LEFT: The Tiger staffing five clasp hands as the crowd prepares for the battle. ABOVE LEFT: Tigers M e r Kitts (52} and Martyn HowgllJ [34), entangled with Washburn competitors, struggle for the ball. ABOVE: Mike Gaskefl (54), with In- coming assistance from Campbell [42). goes up for a sure two. FAR LEFT: Surrounded by Rangers. Gary Vejvgda passes off to Bob BartkoskL At Campbell and Daryl Stockstill set up the offensive attack in the background. MIDDLE LEFT: All-American choice Daryl Stockstill Is heavily contested, but scores a big two. LEFT: Al Campbell manages to get his fingers on the ball attempting a tip-off to Kitts. t; ROCKY MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE RECORD FHS. .89 Pittsburg State . . . . .80 FHS. .73 Emporia State . . . . .63 FHS. .7! So. Colorado St .67 FHS. .86 Pittsburg State 102 FHS.. 93 Omaha University .86 FHS, .92 Colorado State . . . . .97 FHS.. 69 So. Colorado St .86 FHS. .92 Colorado State . . . . .73 FHS. .93 Emporia State . . . . ,82 FHS. .80 Omaha University .84 ABOVE: Junior forward Daryl Stockstill passes off after seeing the outstretched arms of Hastings College ' s Rick Kock. RIGHT: Hastings College ' s Dale Iburg and Stockstill jump at mid-court as A] Campbell (42] and Danny Yost (33) pre- pare to receive the tip. ABOVE LEFT: The T iger home court record was something to stand and shout about. Coach Brehm ' s Tigers lost only one game in Sheridan ' s snake pit, winning nine, ABOVE: Dr. M. C. Cunningham, former President of Fort Hays State, returned to see the Tigers in action. LEFT: London, England senior, 6-8 Marfyn Howgill, inches upward for a jumpshot. Stockstill, Locke Capture Honors Daryl Stockstill, Geneseo junior, and Leneal Locke, Stockton senior, won individual honors in the District 10 basketball tourney at Emporia and were named to the elite squads of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Con ference Plains Division and NAIA Dist. 10. Stockstill, standing 6 4, averaged !9J and totalled 444 points for the 23-game schedule to claim first team honors on the AlLDistrict 10, RMAC and District 10 tournament squads. His I 1 .5-rebound average was tops in the RMAC Plains Division. Locke t team captain for the 1969- 70 season, was second high scorer for the Bengals at 17.8. Locke ' s play netted him second team All-District 10, first team RMAC and second team District 10’ honors. He also placed as a top free throw shooter in the national NAIA poll with an .864 percentage. ABOVE: PEACE or two points? RIGHT: Daryl Stockstill puts on the brakes arrd eyes the basket as his St. Benedicts opponent gets set to block the shot. TOP; A! Camp bell attempts to b r cck a bounce oass while maneuvering on defense. CENTER RIGHT: Martyn Howgill (34) and Stockstill (40) struggle to take the rebound from All- American Chick Downing of St. Benedicts College. TOP RIGHT; Cheerleaders add to the enthusiasm of the game. FRONT ROW: Jim Keller Vsfvoda, Duane Creamer, Rauhub Leneef Locke, BACK Trey Rampy, Gary Darry] A pel Dua e RQW; Coach Brehm, Dennis Richmond. Daryl MiVe Gaskell, Martyn Campbell, Joe Gresmcl!. StacIcsKU. Bob Barflto feu Hov yiH, Mel Kitts, Al Coach Hobbs. Freshman Gymnasts Lauded Following the year ' s 7-3 record, the Fort Hays State gymnastics squad is looking optimistically toward the 1970-71 season Coach Ed McNeil launched the season with only two lettermen — Billy Holmes and Jim Green — but supported by freshman recruits, the Tigers swept through five meets un- defeated In a double dual at Warrensburg, Mo., the Tigers suffered the first loss of the year dropping a match to the University of Kansas. The Tigers then retaliated by defeating Central Missouri State and North- western Oklahoma State both for the second time Although the Tigers ended the season on a losing note to Colorado State Colleoe and Wichita State, Coach McNeil is looking forward to the upcoming season. " We ' ll have everyone back next year, " McNeil said " and it should be one of the best years I ' ve had here. " We were really lucky that our freshmen came through the way they did — they made our season 1 FRONT ROW; Dan Blythe, Robert Griffiths, Terry Brownell. Gary Hessen James Green, Donovan Bonin, Frank Gray, Larry Roso, Robert Cunninqham. Randolph, Billy Holmes, Johnny Sanders, Coach BACK ROW; Edwin Johnson. Grad. Asst.; Charles McNieL a FHS 135.20 Central Missouri 1 19.75 131.10 N.W. Oklahoma 43.50 1 32.80 So. Dakota University 53.70 133.95 Wichita State U 132.10 140.85 N.W, Oklahoma 84.90 123.10 Kansas University 152.40 123.10 Central Missouri 95.70 131.25 N.W, Oklahoma . . . . 99.30 126.20 Colorado State 143.30 ABOVE: Pointing out some do ' s and don ' ts, Coach McNeil aids Salma freshman Terry Bonin, LEFT: Jim Green, a oneyear tetter- man, shows his skill on the still rings, TOP LEFT: The crowd watches as Bob Griffiths performs on the still rings. TOP FAR LEFT: Performing his side horse routine is Dono- van Randolph, Liberal freshman. FAR LEFT: c J LI. I. Wrestling Ends With NAIA National Meet ABOVE: Coach Winter gives the pho- tographer a ' conne-on, you-can-do-If ex- pression. RIGHT: Freshman Leon Tresner goes for a throw. Fort Hays State wrestling came to a halt at the NAIA National Championships when the two Tiger representatives, Bob Brown (142) and Bob Brock [I 50), were defeated In the first and second rounds. Though young, the wrestlers com- piled a 7-7 dual meet record for the year. Starters for the season’s sec- ond half were three freshman, three sophomores and four juniors. The final dual meet records of the Tigers were 118 lb. Mike Holliman, 6-11; 126 lb. Greg LaCoss, 5-3; 134 lb. Gary Ulmer, 6-12; 142 lb. Brown, 10 2; 150 lb. Brock, 10-4-1; 158 lb, Leon Tresner, 8 8-1; 167 lb. Bryce Davidson, 6-12-1; 177 !b. Bill Bruce, 0-4-1; 190 ib. Ken Dieck, 1-9 and heavyweight Rick Doran, 9-11. TOP: With clenched fists, Winter glances at the clock and yells encouragement. ABOVE: Sophomore Mike Holliman tries for a pin. ABOVE LEFT: Straining Bob Brown scoots along the mat to force his opponent on his back for a pin. LEFT: Grappler Gary Ulmer, wrapping himself - - ■ -I (. ' ■ - _ -L- _ FHS 15 Colo. School of Mines, . 17 26 Central Missouri St. . . . 14 31 S-W. Missouri St, . . . . 6 24 U. of Missouri at Rolla . 8 23 Western Cob. St. . , , .35 16 N.W. Missouri St. . . . .21 10 Omaha University .28 22 Emporia State ,12 3 Nebraska University , .29 13 Kansas State University 19 1 1 Adams (Colo.) St. . . . .26 24 Central Missouri St. . . 1 1 23 Kearney (Neb.) St. . . .13 17 Emporia State . 14 !n tournament play, FHS won sixth at the N.W, Missouri State Invita- tional, seventh at the Colorado State College Invitational and seventh at the annual RMAC championships at Gunnison, Colo. BACK ROW: Coach Dave Winter, Bob Brock, Steve Miller, John Vignery, Bill Bhjco, Jfm Meitner, Ken Dieck, Rick Doran, Terry Stevens, trainer. MIDDLE ROW; Ed Moore, Grady Elder, Leon Tresner, Steve Bowles, Austin Batteglte, Steve Merritt. George (Chip) Westfall, trainer, FRONT ROW: Gary Ulmer, Greg LaCoss, Rauf Bishop, i.rr r- . u-i .to- i +i „ - ABOVE FAR LEFT; Bob Brown grabs for the wrist to pull his opponent to the mat. ABOVE LEFT : Brown receives a welcomed congratulation from Winter and team- mates after a tough match. ABOVE RIGHT: Leon Tresner is wrapped up in his work trying to break the hold. ABOVE: Head-to-head combat is common in the Thinclads Rack Up Wins, Records Dual meet wins for the Tigers dur- ing the regular season occured at Kearney State 72-70 and Wichita State University 8 M 2 - 63 I 2 . The Tigers also made a strong showing in the Mid-American relays at which scores were not recorded. The lone dual meet loss was to the Air Force Academy, 97-34. At the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference meet, Fort Hays de- fending meet champions took second place wi th 108 points. The squad captured stx firsts, including two that shattered RMAC meet marks, Mike Estes churned a 47.4 in the 440- yard dash and in the mile relay Dave Schneider, Bob Young, Ron Borger and Estes combined for a 3:14,9 clocking to top the record by four- tenths of a second. ABOVE: Dennis Wheatcroft {third from the right) prepares for the coming jolt in the 3 H 000-meter steeplechase, ABOVE RIGHT: Mike Estes finishes the anchor leg of the 880-yard relay at Emporia Relays, FAR RIGHT: Stop watch and clip board in hand, veteran track coach Alex Francis records the results of the Emporia Relays. RIGHT: Larbi Oukada discusses the time from his last run with Coach Francis. Tracksters Have ‘Record-Busting’ Season A well-balanced running attack coupled with experience and desire proved to be key factors in the suc- cess of the 1970 FHS track season. The Tigers won the distance medley In the " Big Three " relay meets of the year — Texas, Drake and Kansas. At the Texas encounter the Tigers set a new record in the distance medley in 9:46.6. Mike Estes ran a 47.1 quarter- mile, Steve Boehmen, 3:00.5 three quarter mile and Larbi Oukada 4:06 in the mile. Oukada was named the outstand- ing performer for the Kansas Relays. He won the 6-miie run in 28:45.3, breaking the relay ' s record of 29:44.4. He also anchored the win- ning distance medley relay team and finished third in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. ABOVE: Dave McLeland, (in while suit) leaps into the water hazard while com- peting in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at Emporia. RIGHT: At a dual meet in Lewis Field Stadium, Daryl Obermueller uncorks another long toss. rWjJ " I HjY J ;y HP f- ’■ H Im i L_j , 1- 9 ‘ . f - rt ■ Ay - Vu -iVnH J - - if. ABOVE LEFT: Larry Dunekack and Kevin Adams are impressed by the wonders of video tape instant replays as assistant coach Larry Thirs+rup focuses the televi- sion screen. ABOVE: Taking a hand off from teammate Ron Borger is FHS quar- ter-miler Mike Estes. Estes ripped off a school and RMAC record at the Greeley, Colo, conference meet with a 47,4 dock- ing in the open quarter. LEFT: Datlas Boe- ken reveals the hurdling form that enabled him to win the intermediate hurdles event in several dual meets. FHS Baseball Posts ‘Cinderella’ Season Fort Hays State recorded its best baseball season this year by closing out with a 29-12 record. Coming from last place to RMAC champion- ship, Coach Earl Hobbs and his Tigers earned the title of the ' Cin- derella 3 ' team and continued to amaze fans throughout the season. As a team, they were the ’ most cohesive unit " Hobbs has ever coached. Made up of freshmen, transfer students, and only four Tiger veterans, the 1970 Tigers were a " team” both on and off the field. Although pitching was a major factor for their success, the biggest con- tribution was team spirit and team unity, Hobbs declared. Since coming to Fort Hays State in 1967, Hobbs raised the baseball overall tally from 30 wins and 45 losses to a 59-57 record in the four- year period. This was Hobbs 1 sec- ond winning season since beginning coaching at FHS. Tigers Win RMAC Crown; Compete in NAIA Playoffs The Tigers battled their way Into the NAIA District 10 Playoffs at Emporia by winning the Rocky Moun- tain Athletic Conference. In the first round of conference play, the Ben- gals fell to Kansas Wesleyan Uni- versity, 11-5 in extra innings. All- American candidate Ken Dinkel con- tinued to lead the NAIA sluggers by adding another homerun and three RBI ' s to his record. Mike Hannafin was pinned with the loss. In the title game Emporia won the right to continue in sectional tourna- ment play at Wichita by defeating Kansas Wesleyan 3-0 in 10 innings. ABOVE: Ken Dinkel leads the Tiger individ- ual batting averages with the most hits at 70, the most runs 41, the most RBI ' s at 52, and a total of 13 homeruns, ABOVE LEFT: The Tiger coaching staff consists of Lou Brungardt, head coach Earl Hobbs, and Marvin Miller. Coach Hobbs was given the honor for Coach of the Year in the Dis- trict 10 as he led the Tigers from a 5-2 E mark to their 29-12 record in one year. RIGHT: Bengal fielder Denny Considine leaps for the catch, ABOVE RIGHT: BACK ROW — Assistant coaches: Lou Brungardt and Marvin Miller. FRONT ROW — Pitching staff: Mike Hannafin, Dennis Nelson, and Vic Pern. ABOVE FAR RIGHT: One-year letterman Ron Suppes brings the bat around for a hit. FRONT ROW: A. J, Schlegel, Dennis Staab, Frank Leo, Ken Dinkd, Dennis Consldine Rich Higgins, SECOND ROW: Rod Ruder, Ron Supper Brian Bates, Troy Rampy Pat James, Jim Coffin, THIRD ROW: Dennis Nelson. Vic Perri, Dwight WiMiams, Mike Hannafrn. Ron Koster. SACK ROW: Coach- ing staff- — Marvin Miller, head coach Earl Hobbs, Lou Brungerdt. Bengal Hurlers Promote Winning Season Pitching was a major determinant of the Tigers ' success this year. Den- nis Nelson compiled a perfect 5-0 for the reqular season with an earned runs average of 1.96. Freshman Brian Bates recorded win number six against three losses as he hurled a two-hit victory over Adams State in the RMAC tourney. His six vic- tories represent the highest ever for FHS pitchers. Nelson’s 5-0 record is the best percentage in FHS base- ball history. Bengal hurlers did not spot one losing record. Depth was a key to the pitchers ' success with Vic Perri at 4 2, Dwight Williams 3-0, Ken Dinkel 3-b Jim Coffin 3-l t and Art Koster 1 0. Mike Hannifin, 3-4, the Tiger relief ace, recorded seven saves for the season. TOP: Pitching was a key factor in the suc- cess of the Tigers this year. Mike Hannafin finished the season with a 3-4 pitching record. TOP RIGHT : Ron Suppes com- pleted the season with a .3 F 5 batting aver- age and over 40 hits. RIGHT: Freshman Rich Higgins ended his 1970 baseball sea- son leading the Tigers with a .437 batting average of the 70 times at bat. FAR FHS. . .12 FHS. ..14 FHS. . . 10 FHS. .. 5 FHS. .. 9 FHS. ..II FHS. .. 3 FHS. .. 2 FHS. . .13 FHS. .. 9 FHS. .. 1 FHS. .. 8 FHS. .. 5 FHS. .. 2 FHS. .. 5 FHS. . . 1 FHS. .. 9 FHS. . . 14 FHS. .. 5 FHS. ... 8 FHS. .. 6 FHS. .. 9 FHS. . . 2 FHS. .. 6 FHS. . . 4 FHS. . . 9 FHS. ..II FHS. . .15 FHS. . . 8 FHS. .. 0 FHS. .. 6 FHS. .. 1 FHS. . .12 FHS. .. 3 FHS. ..It FHS. .. 2 FHS. .. 1 FHS. .. 6 FHS. ..II FHS. .. 8 FHS. .. 5 Adams State . . 10 Adams State . . 2 Emporia State 7 N.W. Oklahoma 6 N.W. Oklahoma 7 N.W. Oklahoma 9 Washburn U. . . 2 Washburn U. . . 4 Kearney State. . 0 Kearney State . . 8 Kansas Wesleyan U. . . 8 Kansas Wesleyan U. . . 9 Kansas Wesleyan U. .,11 Kansas Wesleyan U. . . I Friends U Friends U Sterling Sterling Washburn U. . . Washburn U. . . Wichita State U Wichita State U Kearney State . . So. Colorado State So. Colorado State Kearney State . . Univ, No. Colo. (Greeley) Air Force Academy I Air Force Academy Washburn U. . . Bethany Emporia State. . Emporia State. . I Sterling Sterling Emporia State . . Emporia State. . Bethany Bethany Bethany N.W. Oklahoma O (N o t O LT) N O CO CH CO GO O ‘OCNiOOcOCMO ' Ki-tOnOOrOO Golfers Take Four Major Titles In season play, FHS varsity golfers collected an 18-2 record while the B-team marks were 7-2 I . The Tigers took first and third place in both the Hays Invitational and the Fort Hays Invitational and tallied No, I at the Denver Invitational. On the second day of the NAIA District 10 tourney, Emporia State edged out FHS with a 3 19 defeating the Tigers by one stroke. Buddy But- ler tied for tourney low honors with a 36-hole score of 1 56 and was named to the All-District 10 team. The squad won both team and in- dividual titles in capturing the RMAC golf title at Denver. Fort Hays shot a 589 and Kelly Deines a 141 for individual honors. ABOVE; Tiger Buddy Butler, following the Lawrence District 10 Tournament, was named to the All-District 10 team, RIGHT: In the RMAC Tournament at Denver, R. J. Robertson tied for No, 3 medalist with a 146. ABOVE RIGHT; Two-year letterman Mike Schaefer completed the season with a 15-2 dual match record, MIDDLE RIGHT: Kelly Deines placed as No. I medalist in the RMAC Tournament scoring a I4L ABOVE MIDDLE RIGHT: Butler, receiving congratulations from Coach Carroll Beards- lee, tied Emporia ' s Dick Burney for No. I medalist with a 156 total in the NAIA District 10 Tournament. ABOVE FAR RIGHT: Three-year letterman John Engel wrapped up his qolf season with a 15-3-2 dual match record. SACK ROW: John £ngd, R J. Robertson, Buddy Bu Her, Mite Schaefer, Kelly Delnei, Jerry Reid, Carroll Beardstee. coach. FRONT ROW: Terry MerrtfEeld, Mite Romage, Kevin Show, Bill Jeter, Fort Hays Netsters Suffer Letdown After Experiencing Losing Streak Coach Dave Winter’s varsity Tiger tennis squad experienced a frustrat- ing season this year winning only three meets, losing seven and tying one. Greg Robinson recorded the best dual record with five wins and six losses. Randy Lawrence was next with three wins and eight losses. In doubles competition the teams of Joe Kramer and Larry Laubhan comprised a 2-3 record, Kramer and Lawrence a 2-4 record, Lawrence and Robinson, 2-3, Robinson and Laub- han 0-6 and Greg Schwar 2 and Tom Schrieber a 1-5. ABOVE: Tennis squad leader and one-year letterman Joe Kramer, doubled with Randy Lawrence for the Tigers ' top double combination, RfGHT: Greg Robinson is coach Dave Winters no. 3 man for the 1970 season. ABOVE RIGHT: Rookie net- ster Larry Laubhan holds down the fourth position on the FHS tennis squad. FHS forfeit Bethany College forfeit Bethany College 7 Kansas Wesleyan 0 0 Emporia State 9 3 Lincoln University ....3 Kearney (Neb.) St. ...9 0 Emporia State 9 0 Washburn University ..9 3 William Jewell .6 6 Sterling College 3 4 Sterling College 3 Randy Lawrence Greg Schwarz, Larry Laubhan, Greg Robinson, Joe Kramer, Tom Schrelber. Not pictured: Coach Dave Winter. Intramurals Provide Seventeen Sport Activities The general aim of the Fort Hays State Intramural Sports Program is to provide an opportunity for every student to participate in some type of competitive sports activity as frequently as his interest, ability and time will permit. The five objectives of the pro- gram are recreation, social contact, permanent interest, group spirit and physical fitness. This year over 50 per cent of the student body par- ticipated In 17 different sports pro vided by the program, Wayne J. McConnell, is currently the Intramural Director. Teams, Individuals Win in Intramurals GOLF: Blake McGuire — Delta Sigma Phi VOLLEYBALL: Men ' s Physical Education Club TOUCH FOOTBALL: Rats of GDI SOFTBALL: Smoky Hil! Coyotes BOWLING: Henry Mace — Independent BADMINTON: Lonnie Barton TENNIS: Mike Mirt — Sigma Phi Epsilon HORSESHOES: Larry Moore — Sigma Tau Gamma SWIMMING MEET: Sigma Tau Gamma TABLE TENNIS: Jim Walker — Alpha Kappa Lambda COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMUNITY Agnew’s Where the Action Is Supper guests, special dinners and campus participation are only a tew featured assets of Agnew Hall. Agnew residents are active in a wide variety of campus groups such as Tiger Debs, honorary sororities, AWS and the Student Senate. Guiding the year ' s activities were Mrs. Esther Biays, housemother, and residence managers, Charlotte and David London, Faye and Don Whit- tecar and Linda and Jim Gfeller. The year was a complete one which included the honor of sponsoring Homecoming queen candidate, Lo- retta Miller, chosen as a finalist. ABOVE: Mrs, Biays s$ arrayed in her best for the dorm Hatloween party. LEFT: The Hallo- ween costume party rates as a success. ABOVE LEFT: Dorm officers for 1969- 1970 were Susan Friesen, sec.: Rhonda Meier, social chm,; Lorey Neuburqer, pres.: Jeanle Osburn, publicity chm.: Dee Ann Coy, trees, and Elvita Juno, pres. ABOVE; Santa is quite a treat at the annual Tot Watch. LEFT: The supper line is a familiar sight in all dorms. Second Largest Women’s Dorm Houses 175 ABOVE: Agnew Hall Is the home of nearly 175 Fori Hays Stale women. RIGHT: Mary Adams loads a washer — just one of many tasks dorm residents perform. ABOVE LEFT: Laughter usually follows a group of dorm residents. LEFT: ' Tabbing " in and out is done every day by all women living in residence halls. ABOVE: Vending ' ‘kinfif Fa+i ' -k » UaUhhAm rwiAiit Coed Dorm Unique At Fort Hays State Wrestlers, football and baseball players, Tiger Debs, Leader Lasses are only a sample of the personalities who- occupy Custer Hall. Custer is unique in being the one co-education- al residence on campus, housing 87 men and I 27 women. The co-ed dorm received first prize in the individual entry bracket for its Homecoming float and was represented by Homecoming queen finalist, Elia Dominguez. As a Christmas service project hall members sang carols and played bingo with the residents of Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home. Mrs. Ahda Churchill is Custer ' s housemother and resident managers are Doug and Vana Campbell and Miss Susan Reif. ABOVE LEFT Coeducational living wouldn’t be complete without mixed football games, LEFT : Residents of Custer Hall express themselves In their environmental decor, ABOVE; The recreation room is the center of fun for Custer residents — cards, ping pong and cotes. ABOVE: For a Christmas project, Custer residents enjoyed a night of bingo at Hill- crest Manor LEFT: Officers for 1969-1970 were Carol Crawford, social chrnru; Dennis Zerr, pres,: Susan Bauer, sec,; Cynthia Rey- TOP: McMindes shines at night, ABOVE: ' Bath tub gin 11 was served at McMmdes Roaring 20 ' s Party. RIGHT: Mail is a treat to receive. McMindes, Largest Residence, Houses 600 Standing high over the Fort Hays State campus is McMindes Hall. It is the largest residence hall on campus with six-hundred girls calling it home. Combining their efforts, McMindes Hall and Wiest Hal! designed the win- ning Homecoming float and McMindes also sponsored Homecoming queen Robyn DanseL McMindes Hall hosted several campus activities such as the AWS tea for Mrs. Sustad and the AWS Snoball. Keeping order in the hall were house- mothers Mrs. Mary Redd and Mrs, Ruth Stranathan. Helping the house- mothers were Miss Karen Hensleigh, assistant head resident, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Toms, residence managers. ABOVE LEFT: McMindes residents relax and chat a dinner. ABOVE: Mrs. Gustad seems to be enjoying herself at the AWS tea held in her honor, LEFT: A couple admires the scenery at the AWS Snoball held in McMindes Hath ABOVE: Busy desk girfs bring varied mess- ages to MeMmdes Hall residents. LEFT: MardLGras dinner Instigated a New Or- leans atmosphere. TOP: McMindes Hall officers for 1969-70 were Carole Converse, pres.: Barb Michaells. sec.; Sharon Purvis, v-pres.; Marty Puyear, pres.: Sue Shaw, v-pres.: Connie Knox, sec.: and Jane E$- feld, treas. ABOVE LEFT: Girls talk to friends or read to relax in McMindes’ two spacious living rooms. ABOVE: Mrs Ruth Stranathan. Miss Karen Hensleigh and Mrs. Mary Redd, house-mothers of McMindes Hail take time off to pose in the music listening room. LEFT: Many pleasant evenings end with a goodnight kiss on the front steps of Mc- Mindes. McGrath Men Dribble Basketball to Omaha McGrath Hail, a residence hall for men, Is located near Lewis Field. The highlight of the year was the basketball dribbling escapade to Omaha by twenty-four McGrath Hall men. Throughout the year the residents sponsored queen candi- dates, including Homecoming atten- dant, Ella Dominguez; participated in Intramurals and shared activities with the sister dorm, Agnew Hall. Sharing the many activities with the men of McGrath Hall was Mrs. Margie Habinger, housemother, and Bob and Sandy Bartkowskh resi- dent managers. ABOVE LEFT: Enthusiastic dribblers leave Hays. ABOVE MIDDLE: Randy Towns takes his turn with the ball. ABOVE RIGHT: They made it to Omaha! RIGHT: A Mc- Grath resident prepares his art assignment. ABOVE LEFT: McGrath and Agnew Halts teamed up to add a strange shape to the Homecoming parade. LEFT: Newspapers keep residents aware of home events. ABOVE: McG r afb officers for 1969- 1970 were Larry La as, sec,: Ken De Forest, soda! chrm,; Fred Thalhelm, pres.: Ken GcebeL frees.’ Bob Albright, v pres.: and Gary Sampson, athletic chrm. McGrath- ' House of Warmth’ And ‘Happy Pastimes’ «BS ABOVE: The west door is found to be an easy and convenient exit toward campus. ABOVE RIGHT: Mrs. Margie Habinger housemother, chats with residents in her apartment. RIGHT: Help yourself I That ' s the way it ' s done with salads at McGrath. ABOVE LEFT: Good food and good friends make for good limes. FAR ABOVE: Mc- Grath and Agnew team up for a volley- bait contest, LEFT: Short round of " Z ' s M is a favorite pastime for many industrious students. ABOVE: The friendly ' card game — boon for students taking a study break. Wiest Construction Adds to Hall Facilities Construction begun the spring of 1969 added considerably to Wiest Hall’s facilities. The men of Wiest enjoyed the neighboring pond when cold weather allowed ice skating. For the second successive year WIest ' s candidate captured the Daisy Mae title. This year ' s winner was Sue Shaw. Wiest was also active in intramurals and aided in promot- ing school spirit. Mrs, Marguerite Walters enjoyed her job as housemother and the ac- tivities involved with the coming Wiest addition. ABOVE RIGHT: The new addition to Wiest Half will be finished next fall. ABOVE: Dorm officers for 1969-1970 were Donald Finger, treas,; Mite Meier, sec.; Chuck Sexson, intramurals chrm.; Don Dome, so- cial chrm ; Duane Adams, v-pres,; and Jon ThummeJ nres RIGHT: Th a tHenhinn LEFT: Mrs, Walters takes time out from selecting the furniture that will go into the new Wiest addition. BELOW: Wiest and McMindes Halls capture the top Homecoming float award with their com- breed effort, ABOVE: The lobby and desk is a frequent stop for many Wiest Hall residents. RIGHT: Wfesi Hall came in first in the men ' s furlough race, winning with true team spirit. ABOVE LEFT: Wiest men walk to Custer Hall to eat their meals. LEFT: Watching television is still a favorite pastime for many men ABOVE: Finding time to study is a must for Fort Hays students Married Students at Home in Wooster Family housing on the Fort Hays State campus consists of the 84 apartments making up Wooster Place, The apartments are conven- iently located for easy access to classes and give the occupants the feeling of having a real home. Pic- tured are Mr, and Mrs. Lary Stull presenting life in Wooster Place, Over 75 Per Cent Live Off-Campus More than 75 per cent of the stu- dent population lives off-campus. They choose off-campus housing for a variety of reasons including privacy, freedom, economy and mar- riaqe. Two apartment complexes, Hill- crest and Campus, are easily acces- sible to Fort Hays State ' s campus area while the city of Hays offers living space in trailers, basement apartments, sleeping rooms and full- size homes. ABOVE: Dsn Perkins relaxes with studies in his apartment bedroom. ABOVE RIGHT: Bruce Demaree concentrates on doing the supper dishes. RIGHT: Carl Novinger and Bobby Riedel manipulate racing cars for an LEFT: John Rebein shoots a few games of pool in his basement apartment. BELOW: After a hard day ' s activities, Bruce Dema- re e relaxes in his own style. Panhellenic, IFC Serve Greeks Two vital groups serving the Greek system are Panhellenic Council and Inter-Fraternity Council. Through these organizations, an attempt is made to unite the Greeks on cam- pus. Besides acting as courts to settle disputes and differences, Panhellenic and IFC also take part in rush, Greek Week and other campus activities in which Greeks are involved. Another unifying group, Junior Panhellenic, saw its first year trying to coordinate the activities of the women pledges in sororities. This group, sponsored by Mrs. Maxine Hoffman with Margaret Moore as president, attempts to aid Pan- hellenic while serving sorority pledge needs. Dean Jean Stouffer and Dean Michael Stewart served as Panhellenic and IFC sponsors. Jane Rice and Fred Johnson filled the offices of president. Junior Panhellenic meets to adopt a new constitution for the purpose of uniting sorority pledges IFC — BACK ROW: Rick Schmidt, Fred Johnson Larry Gerber, Stan Percival. THIRD ROW: Mike Estes, Leo Herrman, Greg Heinze, Norman Austin. SECOND ROW: Jeff Ehrlich, Don Duryee, Dennis Martm. FRONT ROW: Jack Matheson, Bob Miller t Ed Moore, Steve Hewson, Albert Link. PANHELLENIC— BACK ROW: Kevin NeUon, Len- nett McLain. Trudy Holler, Maggie Carter, FPrvNT pnw- u»nk, n rvn™ ru; ABOVE LEFT: Mite Tate and Dennis West play for the Greet Sing held at the Hays oandshell. ABOVE: Greets stand waiting to be served at the Kegger. LEFT: Jane Farr and Jane Rice welcome a brand new pledge to the wonderful world of the Greets! Greek Tradition Stays Two fundamental parts of Greek life which remain vital each year are rush and Greek Week activities Rush is the life ' s blood of the Greek system. Actives spend long hours seeking out men and women to carry on the traditions of the sys- tem. Greek Week spotlights a brighter aspect of Greek life. Throughout this frenzied week me mbers from all the fraternities and sororities on campus participate in a varsd assortment of activities. This year, the activities ranqed from fun and games at a wild, frolicsome carnival to just plain drinking at the kegger. Other activi- ties included the crowning of the Greek God and Goddess at the Greek dance, the Greek sing, var- ious exchange dinners and house- mothers ' teas. 1. CEarinda Schoenthaler 17. Cindy Bogart 32. Robin Deeds 2. Sherrill Coffin (8. Debbie Garrett 33. Kathy Belief ive — president 3« Jill Domes 1 9, Debbie Doafe 34. Karen Rolf 4. Tammy Porter 20. Marilyn Van Doren 35 Jana Titfd 5, Lennett McLain 21. Joan Mathes 35. Colleen Chitwood 6. DsArm Smith 22, Barb Converse 37. Connie Vrattl 7. Tori Branum 23. Debbie Winter 38. Pam Thompson 8. Mary Beth Norris 24. Margaret Moss 39, Mary Lou Peck 9. Janet Co-enciE 25. Brenda Coots 40. Edna Anderson 10. Cindy Waldschmidt 26h Ruth Robinson 41 . Lana Tit 1 pi 11, Becky Herrman 27. Kathy Jensen 42. Terri Staab 12. Mindy McAfee 28. Chuck Arnold 43, Jan Goodwin 13. Susan Ra if 29. Patsy Swart Not Pictured 1 4. Dawn Dunn 30. Anita Nested 15. Sandi Swart 16. Susan Wheeler 3L Belinda Gif Ford Anita Avery 210 . T AfA Debbie Dailey Ann Davis Salty Denison Tar! Edgcrle Carolyn Gribben Marilyn Helm Connie Heyen Susan Knojt Julie Krehbiel Sharon Krug Debbie Leilsam Barbara Nelson Sheryl Nicbelson Donna Smilh Diane Vann Alpha Gamma Delta highlighted their year during rush week by ac- complishing the task of filling quota with a 25-woman pledge class. Alpha Gams were proud of their busy group being involved in many cam- pus activities. Tiger Paws, honor societies, queen pageants, and the cheerleading squad were all en- hanced by Alpha Gam members. Karen Johnson led the Tiger Deb drill team for a second year; many Alpha Gams were marchers. Despite all this action, the chapter retired the schol- arship trophy in the fall. Some of Alpha Gamma Delta ' s ac- tivities included their annual Rose formal and " Realm of Rejection " in- formal, along with Parents Day, sen- ior breakfast, and a powderpuff football game. As a sisterhood, Alpha Gamma Delta enjoyed the Christmas party and attending church together. 211 AZ Hot pink dresses signify Delta Zetas In many campus activities The highlight of the sorority ' s year was capturing the scholarship trophy with the highest overall grade point for women, Honorarles, cheerleading squad, Tiger Debs and queen pag- eants all included DZ members, Kathy Berger reigned as both Sno Queen and Kansas Wheat Queen, while Diane BIrchertook Best Dressed Coed. Greek Goddess was a DZ, and Greek God was the DZ’s can- didate, Greek week, Derby Days and Fur- lough were events Delta Zetas en- tered. The women sponsored their annua! Rose formal and " Branding Party " informal, along with donating clothing to the Navajo Indians as a service project Delta Zetas took time to thank their housemother, Mrs Ollle New- comer by giving her a surprise Mother ' s Day party 1 Merlene England 2. Leta Wheeler 3. Connie Martin 4. Charlie Barger 5. Diene Blrcher 6. Gingie Johnson 7 Trudy Haller 3 Jartna Badenhop 9. Marilyn Steincamp 10, Jerri Zellner f !, Pam Hester 12, Mrs. Ollle Newcomer — housemother 13. Candy Young 14, Cindi Fletcher 15. La nolle Amsberry 16. Lyn Beards ' ey 30. Nancy Robertson Paula Brubaker 7. La no Underwood 3L Linda Thompson Shelley Cole 13. Korofyn Martin 32. Susan Armstrong Barb Dilley 19. Susan McCloren 33. Marlene McGuire Susan Duncan 20. Barb Giese 34. Sara Lahey Ann Foster 2!. Nolo Tedesco 35. Carolyn Nelson Bobbi Girot 22, Morgo Shomshor — president 36. Diana Turkle Pam Glover 23. Bdinda Borth 37. Janeife McCauley Pam Kraus 24 Chris Burton 38. Nancy Huitt Denise McClaren 25. Sharon Wyatt 39. Carlene Pickering Judy Pfonnenstiel 26 . Karen Pickard 40, Kathy Berger Rite Pollnow 27. Lynda Parker Janet Stoats 23, Linda Goudy Not Pictured Georgine Waldman 29. Nancy Tucker Liz Brening Joon Zimmer 213 1 . Janet Koptik 2. Connie Gordon 3. Mary Lea Rauscher 4. Mariiyn Sturgeon 5. Joyce Horyna 6. Kevin Kelson 7. Debbie Rif ford 8. Kathy Pflughoft 9 h Myra Shank 10. Rockeiie Lestey 1 1 . Peggy Edwards E2 Debbie Ring 13. Marian Railsback 14. Sue McIntosh 15. Mary Harbin 1 6. Denise Glornon 1 7. Jane! Jacobs 18. Crii tier Elder 214 IK 19. Caro! Krouse 20. Jan Martin 2!, Sue Tindel 22. Rasta Turner 23. Jen Kcucfh 24 . Karen Schul+e 25. Cathy Schreiber- president 26. Janice Bendet 27. Carolyn Olson Sigma Kappas were a significant part of FHS. Several members par- ticipated in honorary groups such as SWH and Alpha Lambda Delta, and many were officers of these or- ganizations. Carolyn Olson served as AWS vice president, while Jan Ben- de! held the position of WLO secre- tary. Many of the Kappas were queen candidates. With a 2.0 grade averaqe Sigma Kappa pledges won the pledqe scholarship trophy. Activities of the group included a founder ' s day banquet, a mum sale for parents day, and a Christmas party for children. Throughout their busy year they found time to partic- ipate in Greek week, Furlough and homecoming, As always, these wom- en sponsored a formal and informal. Sigma Kappas were active on the campus and have exciting plans for a new house In the future. 215 Sigma Sigma Sigma women saw their first year in their new colonial- style house featuring great white pillars. Besides this accomplishment, they were represented on campus in Tiger Debs, Tiger Paws, Golden Hearts, and Student Senate. Who ' s Who and several other honoraries claimed Tri Sigma members. As for queens, they competed in many campus contests, and Deb Leis be- came Miss FHS. Gloria Mitchell cap- tured lead role in the opera. Their year was enhanced by a pledge shoe shins, homecoming mum sale and Christmas party for underprivileged children. Sigmas sponsored their annual " Deep Pur- ple " formal and " Roaring Twenties " informal. Housemother Agnes Townley aided Sigma Sigma Sigma through- out the year. 1 . Albert Davis 2. Mary Smrcka 3. Margaret Binder 4 Shir’ey Craft 5. Connie Hardin 6. Jackie Eliott 7- Linda Frack 8. Karen Butter 9. Tania McCaimont 10. Cirsdi Parsons I 1 . Gloria Rohr 12, Beth Willis 13, Cindy Furbecle 14, Carolyn LeCtair 15, Jane Farr 1 6, Karen Cutfey 2(6 17. Shanann Johnson 33. 18. Carol McCurdy 34. f9. Rosie Grabbe 3S, 20. Amber Grover 36. 21. Cyndi Reynolds 37. 22. Dorothy Am hold 38. 23. Jan Schneider 39, 24. Roberta Miller 40. 25. Thelma Walker 41. 26. Pat Holmes 42, 27. Joyce Wichers 43. 28. Deb Leis 44. 29. Linda Bauer 45. 30. Joleen Novotny 46, 31. Sharon Cudney 32. Karen Witwer 47, Kathy Newberry Sharon Catlin Kaihy Hommerschmidt Telia Sebaugh Kathy McGovern Gloria Mitchell — ' president Margaret Moore Shirley Hagerman Marilyn Smith Marcia Turnbull Barb Walker Jan Free It Ava Joss Diana Perkins Stephanie Stewart 48. Maggie Carter 49. Nancy Wood 50. Jane Rice 51. Brenda Dixon 52. Mary Beth Lawson 53. Bev Kelmon Not Pictured Linda Bieker Jaequo Brown Cindy Cummins Cyndi Hoffman Betty Martin Lea Meckenstock Connie Calkers 2 f 7 L Casey Johnson 12, Kent Rincon 23. Rick Smith 2. Mike Ts e 13- Harold Harding 24. Fred Johnson 3. Larry Dd Sarmo 14. Steve Hewson — president 25. Craig Libsack 4. Skip McCain 15, Jim Cross 26, Tom Denning 5. Gregg Schwarz 16. Mrs. Lillian Germette 27. Doug Kingsley 6 , Kyle Branym 1 7, V. E. Meckel 28. Sam Dlerberger 7. Stan Smith 18, Larry Raeetfe 29. Doug DeGarmo 8. Sieve SpreEer 19 Gary Hesser 30. Lyle Er ay 9. Jerry HeKn 20. Tim Dierberger 31. Yoshi Fukasnwo tO. Rick Sellers 2L Mib Gaskell 32. Dave Von Doren t S , Kent Eilert 22. Randy Ffiederich 218 AKA Alpha Kappa Lambda highlighted its second year in the new house with enthusiastic participation in campus events and activities. AKL ' s served as members of Student Senate, Traf- fic Tribunal, and performed in ath- letics. Fred Johnson was elected president of the junior class. AKL’s won the ping-pong crown in intra- murals and the ugly man contest. The pledge class won the Greek scholarship award for the fall se- mester. Alpha Delta chapter was led by president, Steve Hewson and vice president, Doug Kingsley, while Mrs. Lillian Gennette served as house- mother. In social activities, the AKL ' s held their traditional Spring Splash For- mal and Go-to-Hell Informal. Their service projects included a picnic for the special education children of Hays. 33. Robin Scheuerman Not Pictured Co ft Cl of fetter Mike Roberson Russ Schlichtmg Tom Stejskal Richard Slucky Jim Tibbeth Jim Walker 219 AX4 For the men of Delta Sigma Phi, the year brought planning for the new house they hope to begin build- ing soon. Campus participation high- lighted the year as Delta Sigs active- ly took part in Student Senate, Seventh Calvary and SOC, Delta Sig Doug Lyman served as vice-president of the student body. Leadership for the fraternity was provided by Kelly Delnes, president and Jeff Painter, vice-president. Mrs. Esther Steinle was the housemother. Among the social activities of the Delta Sigs were the Sailor ' s Ball, Sphinx Ball, and their formal, the Carnation Ball. The Delta Sigs also sponsored a Pyramid Day for the parents of chapter members. 1 . Rich McNaught 2. B3E] Robinson 3. Jim Rupp 4. Art re Burt sc her 5. Dave Williams 6. Jim Ruda 7. Rocky Gilqer 3, Frank Gray 9. Jim Green 1 0. Lee Til I berg I I . Warren Goth 12. Wes Garard 1 3. Marly Mandt 14. Blake McGuI re 15. Lenard Mans f 6. Larry Manhart (7. Donovan Randolph 220 18. Vern TliEberg 35. Steve Porter 51, Mike Eck Darrell Bowel t Danny McNabs 19. Mike Schaefer 36. Lee Wall 52. Bob Griffiths Dennis Brown Bob Moore 20. Ed O ' Hara 37. Bill Workman 53, Max Wasinger Doug Campbell Eric O ' Hara 2 L Ralph Butler 38. Mike Roberts 54 + Johnny Sanders Newton Cates Stan Percivaf 22. Randy Durr 39. Joe Rede the 55. Bob Thompson Dan Delnes Duane Rauhut 23. TSm Gottschafk 40. Kim Pennington 56, Kelly Deines— president Doug Deisher John Sampson 24. Ron Elnlff 4 i , Bill Bruce 57. Gene Dreillng John Ect Vernon Schepmann 25. Bill Fischer 42. Randy Oeser 58, Jeff Painter Randaft Evans Jim Scott 26, Rich Clark 43k Bob Cunningham 59. Esther Stein le--’ ho use mother Roger Hatfield Vern Smith 27. Tom Booth 44, Allen Elliot 60. Clint Chase Richard High Alan Vopat 28, Ralph Thornm 45, Jay Horner 6!. Bob Deeds Phillip Hilgers Don Walker 29, Darrel Neuschafer 46. Roger Teal 62. Jeff Porter Paul Holliday Darrell Worth 30. Ch rles Brownell 3 1 , Larry Wigner 47. Darrell Lund g re n 48. Mark Walter Not Pictured Dwight Judy Rich Littlefield Dwight Williams Brad Woofdridqe 32. Doug Lyman 49. Tom Meiers Alan Baldwin Tim M e El yea Robert Workman 33. Bob Woydxiak 34. Farrell McAfee 50. Jan Rusch Antony Bess ire terry Mans Benny Young 221 t ZE Phi Sigma Epsilon, the oldest fra- ternity on campus, was active in campus organizations and in student government. Phi Sigs served as mem- bers of Student Senate as well as in various service and occupational or- ganizations. To raise money, the chapter held a win-a-stereo contest and a spring trap shoot. The Phi Sigs also sponsored the Best Dressed Coed and the Snoball Queen as well as other royalty candidates. Phi Sigs selected Leo Herman and John Sandwell as president and vice president, Mrs. Pearl Veed served as housemother. Socially, among the activities of Zeta Chapter were the White Rose formal, the Farmer ' s Ball informal and a homecoming party for chapter alumni. 222 ! , John Mutler 2. Claude Hibbs 3- Don Gaffiardt 4, Robert Homme 5, Richard Schmid t 6, Rote Deiser 7, Robert Helfrich 8, Robert Young 9, Dave Heffel 10, John Lehman ! I . Jerry Wilson 12. Rauf Jekubson 13. Fred Brening 1 4. John Sandwrelf 15. Jerry Bigham 16. Mike Estes I 7. Tom Sigler Not Pictured John Clarke Earl Hansen Leo Herrman — president Randy Kirk John Mai Glenn Simmons 223 ! . Alan McClure 2 John Majermlc 3. Steve Grahnm 4. Bob Brock 5. Steve Gunn L Ken Vetter 7. Perry Borth 8. Mark White 9. Steve Adams 10 Lance Fox It. Dan Fite 12. Larry Gerber 13. Jack Gardinier 14. Greg Heime 15 Garrett Gwaltney 16. Dennis Pearson 17. Daryl Donahey Not Pictured Norman Austin Cart Best Bob Brown Gary Charvat Jim Clark Rich Dutton Don Finkeldie Rollie Fisher Joe Sresnik Dave Kaimefer Danny Meredith Jim McBride Gary McClelland Larry Moore Danny Paquette C. W, Reiman Wayne Ridgemeier Pat Rueb Mike Saunders Tom Spicer Lynn Tafkehorst Don Westphal 224 ITT During the past year, members of Sigma Tau Gamma once again traveled to Pittsburq to win the re- gional Sig Tau basketball tournament. The Sig Tau ' s also were actively in- volved in campus activities, as mem- bers were included in Student Sen- ate, APO and athletics. In intra- murals, the chapter won swimming, volleyball and singles in horseshoes. The Sig Tau ' s also sponsored the winning candidate for Furlough Queen. Conducting the business of the fraternity were Greg Heinze, pres- ident and Garret Gwaltney, vice- president, while Mrs. Ina Thomas served as housemother. Among the social activities of Eta chapter were the Age of Aquarius informal and the White Rose formal. 225 iiwv «Tr OiwS i; ' } ■p, pr |j |p«0®l 3 1 ' , j, ti , jkVHr J|i J ®| ffigaMli JRA? T “ aafrir r i JL 4, -wfiKJBra , IP PI y j Jk " " H mj H r laf Al jBE fW jdmI H t J | Fa, j w£BiM mf Ki t j fj jH pk 1 :£ a » Hj 1 Terry Erbert 18. Nancy Tucker 35. Jim Keller 52. Charlie Schwa nke 2. At Heirie 19. Carlene Pickering 36. Luis Jimenez S3. Roger St ro berg 3. Brands Dixon 20. Diene Bircher 37 Jena Tittel 54. John Dreifing 4. Lennett McLain — president 21 Cyndl Watdschmidf 38. Greg Fort 55 Keith Ballard 5. Anita Avery 22 Clarinda Schoenthaier 39. Phtl Hetman 56. Karen Butler 6, Mark Rhoads 23. Kathy McGovern 40. Wess Gross 57. Kathy Berger 7. Cathy Wnghtsman 24. Cindy Cummins 41 , Leneal Locke 58, Steve Lansdown 8. Charlotte Arnold 25. Ken Bnhr 42. Don Jeffers 59. Rick Hanley 9. George Gregq 26, Bob Miller 43, Bob Hellerud 60. Bill Nelson 10. Ken WEndholz 27, Bornie Devlin 44. Susan Wheeler 61 . J. Scott Weber 1 1 Denny Consfdme 28. Kevin Silkmon 45, Phil Nefson 62. Fred Wilson 12. Dave Tarrant 29. Cindy Furbeck 46. Kathy Hammerscbmidt 63. Ram Thompson 13. Larry Cross 30. Connie Oelkers 47. Greg Johnson 64. Rick Brittan 14 Terry Kerbs 31. Diana Perkins 48, Dick Gansel 65. Jim Murphy 35. Gary Schubaugh 32. Mark Reha 49. Howard Ruud 66. Dan Denning 16. Cathy Schreiber 33. Don Duryee president 50. Dave Hand 67, Mike Schaefer 17, Jan Schneider 34. Diana Turfcle 51. Mike Wafdschmidt 6B. Nancy Randle 226 69. Dave Carroll 70, Steve Cntchfield 7!, Marilyn Helm 72. Denny SpraH 73. Al Sultery Not Pictured Lonnie Barton Cur! Bender Gary Benfjefd Ten Branum Rusty Carpenter Don Degenhart Larry Fefltert Steve Fox Don Gaskill Ron Heape Merle Hill Cindy Hoffman Ken HolopireL Larry Knoll Larry Laubhan Jim McCall Al McDonald Dole Obormueller Judy Pfannenstlel Steve Rayl Gl.idy Rrdler Harley Samuekon Tom Schreiber Craiq Thurman Mike TreqelJU Steve Weisenfluh Sigma Phi Epsilon marked FHS this year not only with their red blazers, but also in all aspects of campus life. Steve Rayl served as student body president, and Dave Tarrant is 1970-71 vice-president of the stu- dent body. The fraternity placed first in intramurals, second in scholar- ship, and first in homecoming floats in a combined effort with Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sig Ep candidates for Sweetheart Queen and Greek God- dess gained top honors, while Bob Hellerud walked away with the Greek God title. One of Sig Ep’s strongest points was their women ' s auxiliary organiza- tion, Daughters of Golden Hearts. The Golden Hearts aided the men in rush, filling their new 50-man house. Activities included the Red and Blue Mountain Blasts and the Golden Heart Ball. Sig Ep Sweetheart was Mrs. Esther Eslinger, housemother. 227 L Paul Reifschneider 2. Lon Pishny 3. Jim Crawford 4. Alan Worley 5. Jim Shepler 6. Jim Coffin 7. Los Anderson 8 John Petty 9. Vic Deubert 10 Gary Freed 1 1 , Tom Johnson 12. Tom Toepfer 1 3 Rick Hahn 14. Mike Finnin 15. Rick Keenan 6 , Bruce Armstrong 17. Roger Fricker IS. Rich Irby 19. Howard Schaetzle 20. Gary Zipfel 21- Mike O ' Kane 22 Pat Holliman 23 Dan Becker 24, Larry McCormick 25. Steve Clumsky 26 Mark Green 27 Earl Flamik 28 Darwin Alexander 29. BUI Hedge Hot Pictured Curt Baird Larry Blackwood Rich Chance Ray Daubert Jeff Ehrlich 228 XX Jan Garwood Bill Hancock Charles Karlin Bill Kelly Bernie Laverentz Jack Mafheson Larry McCanls Randy Scontim Gary SchfeJds Scoff Stein Dan Stevens Mike Tester The men of Sigma Chi fraternity retired the scholarship trophy this fall after winning it for the third straight semester. Sigs were involved in campus organizations including Student Senate. SOC, athletics and in business and service groups. John Petty served as president of the Sigs and Howard Schaetzel was the vice-president. Housemother was Mrs. Nina Stuart. Perhaps the highlight of the year for the men of Zeta Tau chapter was the Wallace Village project and Der- by Days. Delta Zeta won the event again this year. Social activities in- cluded the Christmas informal and the White Rose formal. The Sigs also sponsored a canned food drive at Thanksgiving. 229 TKE For the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon, the past year was one of rebuilding. The theme of the year for the Tekes was spirit as they supported the athletic teams of FHS avidly, winning the spirit stick several times. Mem- bers also participated in campus ac- tivities by servinq in Student Senate, athletics and other student organiza- tions. The lovely Teke " Golden Girls " highiiqhted the halftime of the Fort Hays-Washburn basketball game. The president of the Tekes was Dennis Martin; his vice-president was Pat Treu. Mrs. Marguerite Thompson was the housemother. The Tekes of Alpha Upsilon chap- ter sponsored several service proj- ects. These included a Christmas party for underprivileged children, cleaning the campus fish ponds and building a mall on Main Street for the Fine Arts Festival. Their social activities included the Red Carnation Ball and the spring formal. L John Cooper 2. Curtis Partington 3 Max Liggett 4. Mite EcWt 5, John Vincent h, Dave Moody 7. Ed Moore 8. Mark Ketterf 9. Larry Dive! 10. Steve Vincent 1 1 . BiN Vehlirig 12. Randy Lawrence ! 3. Robin Deeds 1 4. Greg Lacoss 230 - H 15. Dan Mecfcenitock 28. Kraig Dexter 16. Marguerite Thompson 29- Ken Dieck 17. Steve Goselond ] 8. Dan Gingraux Not Pictured (9. Gene Lin Jim Ater 20. Bob Netheflon Larry Ashley 21 . Jim Hoover Joe Coder 22- Pat Treu John Covington 23, Ralph Gales Terry Deal 24, Jim Ryser Greg Robinson 2S. Dennis Martin Greg Turner 26. Mary Lou Reck Tim Wadsworth 27. Charlie Pankratz Brent Wen rich 231 232 CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES CLASSES 233 Seniors Ab-Ba ABELS, BARRY: Clay Center, B.S, in Bus,, Sig Tau, V- Pres. : ABENDSMIEN, KENNETH: Turon, B.S. in Bus,, APQ. ; ABENDSHIEN, LINDA; Albuquerque, N. Me ., B.S. in Bus. Adm., SWH; ACHENBACH, JAKE: Hordlner, B.S. In Geol- ogy,, Geology Club; ADAMSON, ELAINE; Saline, B.A. in History, SEA, V-Pres,, Pres., Disl. Leader, History Club, German Club. ADAMSON, TOM; Lincoln, B.S. in Bus, and Econ,, Intfamu- rals; AGIN, JAMES; Saline, B.S. in Bus., CYD; AILSHIE, DALE; Kingsdown, B.S. in Bus. Adm., Phi Beta lambda; ALBERS, ALBERT; Ransom, M.S. in Botony; ALBERS, DON- NIE: Grinnell, B.S. in Agric. ALBERT, PAMELA; Lawrence, B.S. in Phys, Ed., WRA, Eta Rho Epsilon; ALFORD, MARION; Chonute, B.S. in Agric,, SCSA; ALFORD, PATRICIA; Hays, B.S. in Business; ALLEN, DENNIS: Scott City, B.S. in Bus. Adm., Phi Mu Alpha, Band; ALLEN, ELAINE; Scott City, B.A. in Hist., SEA, Newman Club, ANDERSON, LES? Hays, B.A. in Eng. and Journalism, Sigma Chi, PE Delta Epsilon Pres,, Leader Ed Par, Infra mural $, Student Senate, Who ' s Who; ANDREWS, VERONICA: Atlanta, Go., B.A. in Hiss, ond Span,, BSM, Phi Alpha Theta. Spanish Club; ANKENMAN, TERESA: Norton, B.S. in Art; ANKENMAN, WAVA: Norton, B.S. in Elem. Ed.; APPLEBEE, LINDA: Beloit, B.S. in Home Ec,, Koppa Omicron Phi Trees,, Notional Home Ec. Honor Society, Home Ec. Chapter. APPLEBEE. MONTY: Beloit, B.S. in Bus. Adm,, Alpha Kappa Psi Pres., Basketball, Baseball; APPLEGATE, GEORGE; Stockton, B.S. in Bus. Adm., CYR, S.P,G,B.S,Q.S.A,; ARCHER, TERRY; Almena, B.A. in Hist,, Phi Alpha Theta, History Club; ARMBRISTER, MICKEY; Ellis, B.S. in General Science; ARNHOLD, THOMAS: Hays, B.A. in PoL Sci. ASBILL, RANDY; Otis, B.S, in Ind. Arts, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind. Arts Club; ASHLEY, LARRY: Selden, B.S. in Math, TKE Pres.; ASHTON, KlRK : Hays, M.S. in Speech; ATCHESON, FRED: Hays, B.S- in Hist., Phi Alpha Theta, German Club, History Club; ATHERTON, SAM: Fredonia, B.S. in Agric. AUSTIN, NORMAN: Hill City, B.S. in Bus., Sig Tau, Alpha Phi Omega, 1FC, Student Council; AYRES, BRAD; Smith Center, B.S, in Bus.; AYRES, KAREN: Smith Center, B.S, in Ed,, SNEA; BAHM, DARYL: Alamota, B.S, in Ind. Arts; BAILEY, CAROL: St, John, B.M. in Music Ed., Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir Sec. -Trees. BAILEY, JEANETTE; Minneola, B.S. In Bus. NBEA : BAILEY, JOHN; Phillipsburg, S-S, in Moth, Koppo Mu Epsiion pres.; BAILEY, SHARROLL: Jennings, B.S. in Ed., SNEA, Collegiate 4-H Treos.; BAINTER, EVERET: Jennings, B.S. in Botony; BALDWIN, MARVIN: Zurich, B,S. in Ma-h, FHSP. See page 354 for Senior Abbreviations 234 Seniors Ba-Br BALLARD, ALVA: Ellis, B,S. in BiaU BANE, SANDRA; Richfield, B.S, in General Science, Nurses Club; BARNES, JUDY: Elkhart, B.A., Speech, Debate; BARNETT, DARREL: Clayton, B.S. in Bus,, Alpha Kappa Psi Treas, ; BARRON, ROSEMARY; Rush Center, B,A. r Art. SK V Pres,, CYR, SWH, Agnew Hall Pres,, Women ' s Glee Club, BARSTOW, NEIL: Johnson, B,S. in Agric., FHS Rodeo Club Pres,,- BARTON, JAMES: Colby, B.S, in ind, Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Wrestling; BARTON, VALERIE: Russell, B.S. in Bus., CYR, 5NEA r Phi Beta Lambda; BARTKOSKI, ROBERT: Hartman, Colo,, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Varsity Basketball and Baseball; BASGALL, JIM: Hays, B,S. in Bus., intramurals, Newman Club- BATCHMAN, KATHLEEN: Ellinwood, B.S. in Art, French Club, Tigers Roar; BEALBY, STEVEN; Paradise, B.S, in Agric. and Bus,, Delta Tau Alpha; BEAR, RICHARD: Waldo, B.S, in Moth., Phi Eta Sigma, Koppa Mu Epsilon; BEARLEY, ROBERT: OberSin, B.S. in Phys. Educ,, SEA, CCC H MPEG, KAHPER, APO Prcs.-Treas.j BECKMAN, LINDA; Phillips- burg, B.S, in Educ., Spanish Club, BECKMAN, MARIE: Hoxie, B.A. in Spanish, Spanish Club, French Club; BEGNOCHE, FRANCIS Aurora, B.A. in Psych., Kappa Delta Sigma, Psi Chi; BELLERlVE, KATHRYN: Stockton, B.S. in Home Eton., AGO Pres., Newman Club, Tiger Debs, Home Ec. Chapter, Student Senate, Senior V-Pres,; BENDEL, JANICE: St. John, B.A. in Zoology, SK, SWH, WLO V-Pres., Panhellenic Council Sec.; BENT- LEY, IAN; Dighton, B,S. in Bus,, Alpha Phi Omega, Reveille Staff, Leader, News Service Photographer. BERGEN, JAMES: Ingalls, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind. Arts Club; BERQUIST, JANICE: Bridgeport, B.S. In Bus. Adm., WRA, Intramurals; BIEKER, RICHARD; Ellis, B,S. in Ind. Arts, Ind, Arts Club; BIGGE, RUTH; Stockton, B.S. in Educ,, SEA, KHEA, Collegiate 4-H Club; BILLS, SHEILA: Phtllipsburg, B.A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eto. BINDER, DONALD; Hays, B.A., Psych., Kappa Delta Sigma Pres.,- BLACK, JUDY; Dodge City, B.S. in Educ., SEA; BLACKWOOD, CHARLES; Belleville, B.S in Art, SEA; BLAIR, DEANNE: Quinter, B.S, in Educ.; BLAU, MICHAEL: Brewster, B.S, in Bus. BLEHM, MARILYN: Russell, B.S. in Educ.; BLISS, MARILYN: Atwood, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA TreaS., KAHPER, Eta Rho Epsilon; BOBINMYER, JAMES: Herndon, B,5, in Agric,, Rodeo Club; BOLT, BARBARA: Goodland, B.A., Hist., SEA, ASC, AWS, CYR V-Pres,, Sec,, History Club Sec.-Treas., French Club, 4-H Club, P-t-P; BOLTON, LAURENCE: Vienna, Va., B.M., Music. BOUCHEY, CARLA: Stockton, B.S. in Educ.; BOWELL, DAR- RELi Abilene, B.M., Music, Delta Sig„ Jazz Ensemble, Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir, Men ' s Glee Club; BOWEN. FRED: Hays, B.S. in Phys, Educ., SEA, MPEC, KAHPER; BOWEN, SUSAN: Garden City, B.S. in Educ,, WLO, AWS, SEA; BRADLEY, LYNNE; Lawrence, B.S, in Educ., Resident Asst. 235 Seniors Br-Bu BRADLEY, PAMELA; Belpre, B.S. in Home Econ,, KHEA; BREN3NG, ELIZABETH; LaCrosse, B.S. in Home Eton., DZ, Kappa Omicron Phi Sec., KHEA Pres.; BRITTAN, RICKY: Scoil City, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep ; BROAD! E, LINDA; Ashland, B.S. in Bus, and Econ,, WLO; BROCK, WILLIAM: LaCrosse, B.S. in Bus. Adm., Pi Omega Pi. BROKY, KENNETH; Blue Rapids, B.A., Art; BROOKS, BRIAN; Healy, B.S. in Chem., Chemistry Club Treas.; BROWN, JAMES; Brewster, B,A., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta; BROWN, MIKE; Hoisington, B.M., Musk Educ.; BROWN, NORA: Prairie View, B,S- in Bus. Adm. BROWN, TOMMY: Gorham, B.S. in Gen. Scu, Amateur Radio Club; BROWN, VICKY: Garden City, B.S. in Educ,, WLO, SEA; BRUBAKER, JANE; Bird City, B.S. in Phys. Educ., AGO, Daughters of the Golden Heart, Tiger Debs; BRUCE, DELBERT: Gem, B.S, in Bus, and Agric,, Delta Tou Alpha, Soil Conservation Society,- BRUHN, VERN; Rozel, B.A., Eng,, Sophomore Class Pres., Lambda lota Tau, BUEHLER, ARTHUR; Gatlin, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Choir, Jazz Ensemble; BUEHLER, JOHN: Claflin, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha Pres,, Fort Hays Singers, Orches- tra, Bond, Concert Choir; BUEHLER, SUSAN: Hugoton, B.M., Music, Sigma Alpha lata. Concert Choir, CYR, Fort Hoys Singers; 6ULLER, CAROLYN: Hays, B.S. in Home Econ.; BUNKER, GERALD: Hays, M.S,, Phys, Educ., KAH- PER, Phi Delta Kappa, Asst, Basketball Coach. BUNSOM, SOMBOON; Songkhla, Thailand, B,S. in Bus.; BURGE, JANET; Atwood, B.S., Math.; BURGER, CHERYL: Sylvan Grave, B.A., Eng.; BURKHEAD, LELAND: Sc lino, B.S. in Bus,,- BUSH, JOHN: Isabe , B.S. in Gen, Sci, Chi nese students celebrate the start of the new year with food characteristic of their native land. 236 Seniors By-Co BYLER, LINDA: Star City, Ark., B.S. in Home Eeon., SEA; CALHQGN, KENNETH: Glade, B.S. in Bus.; CALL, JERRY: Ulysses, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Alpha Phi Omega; CALLAWAY, HOWARD; Esbon, B.S. in Phys. Educ., KAH- PER, MPEG; CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS: Sedgwick, S.A.. Psych., Delta Sig. CAMPBELL, VANA: Moscow, B.S. in Educ., SEA; Tri Sigma; CAREY, DOUG; Franklin, Neb., B.S. in Phys. Educ.; CAR’ LON, TOMMY; leoti, B.S. in Bus.; CARLSON, DOROTHY: Jamestown, B.S. in Educ,, SEA, SK; CARLSON, JENNIE: Russell, S,S. in Educ, SEA, P-t-P Sec,, CYR, UCF Student Rep. CARLSON, MARILYN; Hays, B.S. in Educ,; CARMI CHAEL, JOHN; Stockton, B,S„ Art, SEA, FHSP, APO; CAR STEN, CHERYL: Stockton, B.S, in Educ., AW$ Pres., Col leg late 4-H ; CASE, JON: Phillipsburg, B.S. In Bus., FHSP Intro mu rate, Phi Beta Lambda, APO; CASE, KEELA; Colby B.A., Soc. CASE, VICTOR; Leoti, B.S- In Phys. Educ,, MPEG, Rodeo Club, Intramural ; CASPERS, GARY; Smith Center, B.S, in Bus.; CASSEN, PETE: Hays, B.S, in Bus., Delta Sig; CAY WOOD, KENNY: Waterloo, III., B,S„ Phys. Educ., MPEG, FCA, Football, K-Club; CHAIN, STEVEN; Ellin wood, B.S. in Educ., SCSA, CHAN, DAVID; Hong Kong, B.S,, Chem., Honors Program, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Chemistry Club, American Chemical Society, Seventh Cavalry, Phi Kappa Phi, Soccer Club; CHAPMAN, LOREN; Ellis, B.A., Soc. ; CHAPMAN, VERONA; Ellis, B.M., Music, Collegian Chorale, Concert Choir; CHATCHAIYAN, LADA WAN: Thailand, B.S, in Bus.; CHESNEY, JUDY; Woodston, B.S. in Home Econ., Home Econ, Club, Union Program Council. CHESTER, RONALD: Glade, B.S. in Biol., Rodeo Club; CHILDERS, YALANDEt Garden City, B.A„ Speech; CHRISTENSEN, DANE; Phillipsburg, B.S, In Bus., CHUNG, SUNG; Sharon Springs, B.A., French, French Club, SEA; CLARKE, KERBY: Great Bend, B.S, in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club Pre$., Leader, CYO, Memorial Union Program Coun- cil. CLAY, LANCE; Meade, B,S. in Bus,, Delta Sig, tFC V-Pres,, Class V-Pres., P-t P, Traffic Tribunal, Student Senate; CLAYTON, KATHY; Hays, B.S. in Educ.; CLAYTON, MAX; Hays, B.A., Phil; CIOTFELTER, CORTLAND; Ellis, B.A„ Pre-law, AKL; CLOUTMAN, JACQUEUNE; Burdett, B.A., Eng., ICE, Memorial Union Publicity Committee. COADY, JANET; Russell, B.S, In Gen. Sci-, Nurses Club; COEN, DAREN; Elkhart, B.S. in Botany, SCSA; COLLINS, DAN; Plainvilte, M.S. in Bus.,- CONORA, CLARENCE: Over brook, B.S., Mo th.j CONVERSE, CAROLE: Larned, B.A., German, German Club, Spanish Club, WftA, Intro;, murals. Pres, of McMindes Hall, Enter Hall Council. 237 Seniors Co-Dr CO NY AC, AL8Y: Stockton, B.S. in Bus.; GONYAC, CONSTANCE; Stockton, B.S. in Eton, and Bus., Lambda loro Tau; COOLEY, LINDA- Great Bend, B.A,, Eng., SEA, AWS; COOPER, ALAN; Nolama, B.S., Moth.; CORN, LYNN: Lawrence, B.S. in Educ., WLO, SCEC Pres., Best Dressed Coed. Homecoming Attendant. COTT r LADONNA; Garden City, 8-S- in Educ,; COUTURE, EDITH; Palca. B.A., History, Phi Alpha Theta, Square Dance Club; COX, BENITA: Ellis, B.S, in Educ., SCEC See.; CRITCHFI ELD, ALAN: Norton, B.S. in Bus.; CRUCHFI ELD, STEPHEN; Hill City, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep V-Pres., Chm. of Union Program Council, Student Senate. CROFT, LINDA: Muivane, 8,5, in Educ,; DAILEY, JOHN; Garden City, A.B., Gen. Scf., Student Senate, Honors Board; DAILY, DEBRA: Ellis, B.A., French, French Club, AGO, Spanish Club Sec.; DALEY, BERTIE: Dale, Texas, B.S, in Educ., SEA, Historical Honorary Society, Faculty Wives Club; DAMSEL, ROBYN: Jetmore, B.S. in Educ., SEA, Homecoming Queen. DAVIS, ANN; Hays, B.A., Eng., AGO, Collegian Chorale, Opera Production; DAVIS, MARTHA: Lenora, B.S. in Educ,, AWS, SEA; DEGARMO, DOUGLAS; Olathe, B.S. in Phys. Educ., AKL, MPEG, KAHPER; DEHAVEN, EVERETT; Solomon, B.A,, Psych., Intramurols, Glee Club, Collegian Chorale, Band; DEINES, BONNIE: Wakeeney, B.A., Eng., SWH, Tiger Debs, DEINES, DAN; Hays, B.A., Hist., Delta Sig Pres., K-Club, Phi Alpha Theta, Golf; DEINES, JERRE: Scottsbluff, Nebr., B.A., Speech, SEA, Concert Choir, Opera Production; DEX TER, KRAIG: Colo. Springs, Colo,, B.S., Art, TKE; DIBBLE, MAX: Hays, B.S., Math., SEA, DICKMAN, DIANE: Grinnell, B.S., Math and Physics, Sigma Phi Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Theta Kappa, SEA; DIEHL, LINDA: Jetmore, B.A,, Speech, Little Theatre, Tigers Roar, Cheerleader, Collegiate 4-H, Inter-Hall Council, Agnew Hall Pres.; DIETZ, MARSHA; Lebanon, B.S. in Educ., SEA, Collegian Chorale, Concert Choir, Fort Hays Singers; DIETZ, RODNEY; Satanta, B.S. in Bus., SEA; DIRKS, NOR- VIN; Wichita, B.S. in Bus,, CYR, Veterans Club, Intramurols. DIVEL, LARRY: Jewell, B.A., History, TKE Pres., Sec., Intramuals; DOM BAUGH, JOHN I E: Attica, B-S in Ind, Arts, Ind. Arts Club; DOME, DON: Dodge City, B.A,, Speech, Golf, Student Senate; DOWNING, RHETT: Deerfield, B.S. in Bus. and Econ. ; DRElLING, CHARLENE: Vic- toria, B-S, in Phys, Educ. DRElLING, LINDA: Hays, B.S., Math., Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon Sec,, Trees.; DRElLING, LYNDA: Russell, 8,S. in Biol., WLO, Who ' s Who, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Omega PI Sec., Treos.; DRESSEL MARION; Bushton, B.S, in Home Econ,; DRISCOLL, ' KEN; Jetmore, B.S, in Phys, Educ., MPEC, KDSEA; DRQ55ELMEYER, WESLEY; Derby, B.S. in Agric., SC$A Pres,, Delta Tau Alpha Sec,, APQ. 238 Seniors Dr-Ga DRYOEN, ELIZABETH; Philllpsburg, B.S in Home Ec„ WRA, Home Ecan. Chopier; DUGGINS, JANICE: Ellis, B.S. in Educ, SEA, SCE C; DUNCAN, SUSAN: St. John, B.S, in Educ, DZ V-Pres., AWS, SEA, Union Council Comm.; EAGUN, ANNE: Hoys, B.A., Soc; EARNEST, JEFF: Dodge City, 8.5. , Art. ECK, JOHN: Sharon, B,5, in Bu$., Delta Sig Treas., Phi Eta Sigma Pres., Alpha Kappa P$i, Newman Club; EDGERLE, TERh Hutchinson, B.S. in Educ, AGO, SEA; EGGLESTON, GARY: Scott City, B.S. In Bus., Golf; EILERT, STANLEY: Portfs, B.A., Soc, Honors Program, Kappa Delta Sigma, Newman Club, Sociology Club V-Pres„ Psychology Club; E1SENHOUR, DOUGLAS: Stafford, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club. ELDER, PHILUP LEE: Hoys, M.S., Art, Sig Tou WPres,, SEA, NEA, IFCj EUENBERGER, TERRY; Kirwin, B.S. En Educ, Ind. Arts Club, Rodeo Club; EMMERT, LARRY;, Russell, B.S. in Bus.; EMORY, LENA: Overland Park, B.S. fn Bus. Adm., AWS, Phi Beta Lambda; ENGEL, JOHN: Liberal. B.S. fn Bus., Golf. ERNST, DENNIS; Enterprise, B.A., Philosophy, APO; EUBANK, CAROL: Coats, B.S. in Educ., AGD, SEA, Col- legian Chorale,- EUBANK, CHARLES: Coats, B.S. in Bus., Sigma Chi, Delta Tou Alpha; EVERHART, BARBARA; Ness City, B.S. in Gen. $d,j FAHRENHOLTZ, CHRISTINE: Tri- bune, B.S. in Educ. FARNEY, THOMAS: Kiowa, B.S. in Agric, SCSA, Choir, Men ' s Glee Club; FAULKNER, KATHERYN: Hays, B.S., Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta, Newman Club, Little Theatre; FAUftGT, ROBERT; Sublette, B.S- in Phys. Educ., MPEG, KAHPER, CYR, Baseball; FEIST, KENNETH; EHinwood, B.S. in Ind. Arts; FEIST, MARY: EHinwood, B.A., German, German Club V-Fres . FERGUSON, VEARL: Abilene, B.A., Art, Sig Tau; FSCKEL, SPENCER; Hays, M.A., Guidance and Counseling; FINK, DONALEA; Downs, B.A., Hist, and German, Alpha Lambdo Delta, SWH, WLO Pres., Phi Alpha Theta, German Club, SEA; History Club; FINNEY, MARSHA: Garden City. B.A., Art; FLAGLER, CHARLENE: Quinter, B.S. in Bus., SEA, Phi Beta Lambda, CYD, Business Club. FORBES, DELLA; loCrosse, M,S., Eng., Spanish Club; FOX, DAVID; Burden, B.S. in Bus.; FRANCIS, CLIFTON: Elfin- wood, B.M. r Music Educ., Band, KMEA-MENC, Orchestra,- FRANK, BETTY; Hays, 8.S- in Gen. Sci.; FRANKE, THOMAS; Herndon, 8.S., Math, APO. FRYDENDALL, LARRY: Port is, B.S. in Bus.; FRYE, LOU; Kan- orado, B.S, in Educ., Ordheste; FULTON, JOANNE: Hoys, B.S- in Educ.; GARLOW, FLOY: Harlan, B$. in Educ., Chi Omega; GASSNER, CAROLYN: Hays, B.S. in Gen. Sd. 239 Seniors Ge-Gr GED NEY, MICHAEL: Gaylord, B.S. in Phys Educ., Track; GEIST h PHYLLIS; ScoH City, B.A, in Eng., SEA? GEORGESON, JACK: Lenara, B.S. in Bus,, Basketball, Track, MPEC K-Ciub; GERBER, LARRY; Fowler, B.S, in Music, Sig Tau Pres., Fort Hays Singers, IFC, Concert Choir; GERSTBERGER, KENNETH; Marienthal, B.S. in Bus., Pi Beta Lambda, SEA, Newman Club, GEELLER, LINDA; Hays, B.S. in Home Econ., Kappa Omicron Phi V-Pres.; GILBERT, DORIS; Gem, B.S. in Educ., B$M ; GILBERT, NQRLAN; Lebanon, B.M., Music, MENC, Band, Orchestra, Clarinet Choir; GILCHRIST, BEVERLY: Colby, B.S. in Educ.; GILES, NORMAN: SpearvElle, B.S. in Agric., Rodeo Club. GLEASON, DARRYL; St. John, B.S, In Agric,, Rodeo Club; GLEASON, GREGORY; Kinsley, B.S. in Bus,, Reveille Business Manager, Newman Club, Phi Beta Lambda Pres,, Pi DeJto Epsilon; GLENN, LARRY; Pratt, B.S. in Bus. ; GOETZ, TWILA: Park, B.S. tn Gen. Sci., Newman Club; GO R BALL, NANCY; Lowell, Ind., B.S. In Eng. GORE, MARY: Earned, B.A., Sot; GOTTSCHALK, TIMOTHY; LaCrosse, B.S. In Bus., CYD; GRANDSTAFF, KITTY; Salina, B.A., Political Sci.; GRAVER ROBIN; Rush Center, B,A., Soc.j GRAVES, CONNIE; Liberal, B,A., His- tory, Phi Alpha Theta. GRAY, CYNTHIA: Genesee, B.M., Music, SEA, Collegiate 4-H, Sigma Alpha lota ; GRIB BEN, CAROLYN; Hoys, B.S, in Educ,, AGO Treas., Sec,, V Pres,, Alpha Lambda Delta Pres., WLO, Phi Kappa Phi; GRIFFIN, BARBARA: Almena, B.S. In Art; GROSS, CAROL: Hays, B.S. in Educ., SEA; GROSS, HAROLD: Hays, B.S. in Math, APO Newman Club, Equally attractive job offers lead to diffi- cult decisions for seniors. 240 Seniors Gr-Ha GRUSJNG, LINDA: Lakin, B.S. in Educ,, AWS, SEA Sec.,- GUTTERY, ALAN: Alton, B.S. In Agric,, SCSA, Rodeo Club; GWJNNER. CHARLES; Ellsworth, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEC, K-Club, Track, Football; HAAS, LORRAINE; Hoys, B.S, in Edue., Newmon Cub; HABERMAN, MAURICE; Grerr Bend, B.S. in lock Arts, ind, Arts Cub, HABlGER, JOHN: Bushton, B.S, in Agric.; HACHMEISTER, BRUCE: Codetl, B.S. In Agrlc,, SCSA, Delta Tau Alpha; HAETRAKUL, NlPHAN: Bangkok, Thailand, M.S, in Bus.; HAGEMAN, NANCY: Carlyle, B.S, in Phys, Educ +J HAKE, JOHN: Hays, B.A., Moth,, German Club. HALDERMAN, BARRETT: Long Island, B.A., Psychology, Student Council, Student Senate, Wiest Holl Pres,; HALL, ANNELLEi Garfield, B.S. in Educ., SEA, AWS, P-t-P, HALL, JUDY: Hill City, B.A., Soc,, Soc. Club, Honorary Psychology Club; HALL, RICHARD: Haviland, B.A., History, CYD, His- tory Club; HANEY, KIRK: Concordia, B.S. in Gen. Sci. HANSEN, CARROLL: Kirwin, B.S. in Biology, Phi Kappa Phi; HARBAUGH, SYLVIA: Russell, BA., Psychology, Kappa Delta Sigma, CYR, Collegiate 4-H; HARDY, LARRY: Long Island, B.A., History; HARMON, RICHARD: Topeka, B.S. in Rhys. Educ., MPEC, SEA, Gym nasties. Track, Intra- mural HAROLD, EDWARD: Weskon, B.S, in Phys, Educ., MPEC, KAHPER, HARRIS, CAROL; Ransom, B.S, in Educ., SEA; HART, HOWARD: Nashville, B.S, in Bus,, Alpha Kappa Psi; HART, JEFFRY: Bernard, B.S. in Zoology; HART IMG, HAROLD: Norton, B.S. in Math, and Bus., AKL Sec., Alpha Kappa Psi, Football, Wrestling, Baseball; HATFIELD, ROGER: Kismet, B.S, in Bus., Delta Sig. Dutch elm disease made if necessary to re- move several trees from campus this year. But in this instance, workmen add a young tree to the area in front of Martin Alien Hall. 241 Seniors Ha-Ji HAYNES, CHARLES; Hays, B S. in Bus.. Phi Beta Lambda; HAYSE, FRANCES: MullinvilEe, B.S. in Home Econ„ Col- legiate 4-H, Pres., FHSP V-Pres,; HEAPE, RONALD: Pratt, B.A., Eng., Sig Ep, Lambda lota Tou, Little Theatre; HEDGE, SUSAN; Colby, B.S, in Art, SEA, Phi Kappa Phi; HEFFEL, MARVIN: Dorronce, B.S. in Bus., CYR, Veterans Club V-Pres, HEFT, SUZANNE: Dodge City, B.S. in Educ., S£A ; HEFTY, ANN; Topeka, M.S., Art; HEIM, Will I AM: Hoxle, B.S, in Educ v SEA, Newman Club; HEIMAN, STEVEN: Barnard, B.S. in Bus., Collegian Chorale; HEINZE, GERGORY: Un- cam, B.S. in Phys. Educ., Sig Tcu, MPEG V-Pres. HELM, CARL; Great Bend, B.A., Ind. Arts, End, Arts Club, Football; HENRlCKSON, GORDON: Logon, B.M. in Music, Fort Hays Singers, Concert Choir; HENRY, ERNEL: Plea- sant, Jamaica, M.A„ Biology, P-t-P ; HERRMAN, ADAM; Hoys, B.S. in Gen. Sot., Honors Program; HERRMAN, JOSEPH: Utito, B.S, in Agric,, De la Tog Alpha, SEA. HEWES, SHARIS: Ingalls, B.S. in Educ,, Tri Sig, SEA, Col- legiate Chorale, SWH, Who ' s Who; HILL, MARK: Newark, Del.,, B.S. in Phys, Educ., Sig Ep r Wrestling, Cross Country, Track; HILLMAN, LARRY; Hoys, B.S, in Educ., SEA ; HIX- ENBAUGH, GAIL: Hays, B.S. in Eng., Lambda Iota Tou, French Club, Band, Orchestra, Brass Choir; HIXON, LARRY: Pownee Rock, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda, In- tramurals. HOBBS, MARJORIE: Hays, B.S. in Educ,; HOLLER, TRUDY: Bothell, Wash,, B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA, Student Senate, Eta Rho Epsilon, DZ, Soph. Class V-Pres. ; HONDERlCK, JOHN; Hays, B.S, in Bus.; HORNER, PATSY: Minneapolis, B.S., Moth,, SEA, WRA, Collegiate Chorale, Women ' s Glee Club; HOWARD, JUDY: McDonald, B.S. in Educ., tCF, SEA. HOWGILL, MARTYN; Hays, B.A„ Eng. -Journalism, Seventh Cavalry, Pi De ' ra Epsiian, Studen 1 Sena ' e, Leader Editor, Basketball; HUDSON, TOM: Macksvtlle, 8.S., Math., NEA, SEA; HUESNER, DENNtS; Bushton, B.S,, Math.,- HUENER- GARDE, JAMES: Smith Center, B.S, in Bus.; HUG, BETH: Hays, B.S. in Educ., SEA, UCF, HUSA, IVAN: Hays, B.S. in Bus., SCEA, Rodeo Club; BUT- TER, CAREY; Hoisington, B.A., Sac., SEA, Sociology Club; JMEL, JIM: Sucklin, B.A.. Bus. Ad m.; INGRAM, ROY; Stratton, Colo., B.A., Hist., SEA, Phi Alpha Theta, History Club, Spanish Club; INTARAPRASlT, VIRIYA: Bangkok, Tha- iland, B.A., Eng. JACOBS, DONALD: Liberal, B.S. in Biology; JEFFERS. DON: Russell, B.S. In Bus., Sig Ep; Football; JENNINGS, DONNA: Oakley, B.A., Psych, DZ, Kappa Delta Sigma, PanheElenic Council. French Club; JENSEN, JUDITH; Gem, B.S, in Educ,, SEA, BSM; JENSON, PATRICIA: Hoys, B.S. In Gen. Sci., CYR, Nurses Club,- JIMENEZ, JUAN: Hays, B.A., Philosophy, P ' t-P, French Club, Spanish Club Pres, 242 Seniors Jo-La JOHNSON, DARRELL Abbyviib, B.A., Hist.? JOHNSON, HERMAN: Sharon Springs, B.S. in Bus,. Alpha Kappa Psi; JOHNSON. JANET: Baring. B.M. in Myste; JOHNSON, KAREN: Hays. B.S. in Educ,, AGD, Director of Tiger Oebs ; JOHNSON, MARGARET: Osage City, B.A., Hist,, KST A, Phi Alpha Thera, German Club, History Club. JOHNSON, RENEE: Hugoton, B.A., Music; JOHNSON, RONALD: Klamath Falls, Ore., B.S. in Bus,, Intro mural ; JOHNSON. THOMAS: Sr. John B.S. in Bus., Sigma Chi. Leader Bus. Mgr.; JUDY, DWIGHT; Hays, 8. A., Hist., SEA, History Club; KARLIN, TERESA: Hoys, B A,, Educ, KARLIN, TERRY : Hays, B.M. in Music, Phi Mu Alpha; KEATING, JO; Hays, B.S, In Soc. and Spac, Educ., CCC, AWS Pres., CYR, SCEA, ICF, Modern Dance Club; KEATING, WARREN; Great Bend, B.A., Hist.; KEATING, WYLMA: Hays. B.S., Math.; KEENAN, JOHN; Jennings, B.S. in Bus, KELLER, KAREN: Oakley, B.S, in Bus,, CYR, SEA, FHSP, Pi Omega Pi, Foreign Study League; KEPKA, DOUGLAS: Ellsworth, B.S. rn Arl, Fine Arts Comm.; KERNQHAN, BEVERLY; Meade, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda, Who ' s Who; KERNOHAN, BOB: Zenda, B.S. in Agric., SC5A V-Pres.; KEYSER, LARRY: WaKeeney, B.S. in Bus,, Delta Tau Alpha. KIMPIE, RICHARD; Ellinwoad, M.A., Bus, and Guidance, Phi Beta Lambda, CYD, Psych. Club; KING, RODNEY: Clay Center. B,$, in Bus,; KIRBY, ALBERTA: tamed, B.S. In Educ., SEA, Chi Alpha Pres,, V-Pres., See.-Treas., ICF Sec. Treas,; KLAUS, LARRY: Hoys, M.S„ Bus., Phi Beta Lambdo; KLUSENER, ALAN: Hiil City, B.S. in Chem., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Seventh Cavalry, Chemistry Club V-Pres., Pres,, Who ' s Who, Honors Progrom. KNIGHT, IINDA; Pratt, B.S. in Gen. ScL AGD; KNOLL, LARRY; Vjc ona, B.S. n Math., Sig Ep, Intro murals,- KNOX, DARLENE: Larned, B.M. in Music., Sigma A pha lara; KOEIUNG, DONALD: Abuene, B.S. m Bus., APO, Veteran ' s Club, German Club; KOLLHOFF, DAN : Burden B.S. in Bus,, Basket ball. KOO, VIRGINIA; Pfatnviile, B.A. in Spanish, Tri Sig, Who ' s Who, Phi Alpha Theta? KOULAS, BARBARA; Overland Park, B,$. in Educ., SEA,- KRAFT, GERALD: Park, B,5- in Bus.; KRAUS, RICHARD: Gro infield, B.S, in Physics and Math., FHSP, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, APO, Physics Club? KROB, TERRY: Concordia, B.S,, Chem., Phi Mu Alpha. Chemistry Club V-Pres.. Collegiate Chorale, Concert Choir. KRUG. KENNETH: Tormigton, Wyo., B.S. in Bio,; KUHL ' MAN, CAROLYN: Great Bend, B.M. in Music, KSTA, Sigma Alpha Iota? LACY, WILLIAM; Norton, B.S, In Bus., LAMPE. NORMA: Spearviile, 8.S. in Home Econ., Home EcOfi. Club, Newman; LA5HBROOK, LYNN: Hoys, B.S. in Phys, Educ., K-Club V-Pres., MPEC, Football. 243 Seniors La-Lo LASH BROOK, MARTHA; Hays, B.S. in Educ,; LAVERENTZ, BERNARD; Medicine Lodge, B.S,, Chem., Sigma Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Chemistry Club; LAWRENCE, RANDALL: Hays, BA, Hist,, TKE, Phi Alpha Theta, Tennis; LECLAIR, CAROLYN: Mankato, B.S. in Home Ecan,, T rl Sigma, SWH, Kappa Omicron Phi, WLO, SEA, Who ' S Who, Newman Club, Tigers Roar, Student Council, Panbellenic Club; LEDBETTER, CLINT: Naioma, B,S., MaTh. LEHTO, EVA: Kyta[a., Finland, B.A., Eng.; LEIKER, DUANE: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; LEMASTER, BARBARA: Garden City, B.S. tn Educ,; LENTZ, ROBERT; Portland, Ore., B.S. tn Educ.; LEWALLEN, WAYNE: Oakley, B.S. in Ind. Arts, I nd . Arts Club. L1GHTCAP, ARDLEY: Dodge City, B.S. tn Bus,, Phi Beta Lambda; LlGHTNER, LINDA: Garden City, B.S. in Educ,, NSTA; LlGHTNER, LYNN: Garden City, B.S. in Agric.; LILLEY, WESLEY: Dodge City, B.S., Geology, Sig Ep, Stern- berg Geology Club; L1NDENMAN, JOHN; Morland, B,$. in Bus. LINK, ALBERT; Glosco, B.S, in Bus., AKL, CYD; LITTON, JAMES: Beloit, B.S. in Agric,, Delta Tau Alpha; LOCKER, PATRICIA: Ellis, B.S, in Botany, Newman Club; LOCK- HART, GLORIA: Ellsworth, B.S. in Educ,, SEA, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' s Who, Alpha Lombdo Delta, WRA,- LOFGREEN, DENZEL: Norton, B.S. in Agric., SCSA. LOFGREEN, JOYCE: Norton, B.S. in Educ., SWH, SCEC, Alpha Lambda Delta; LONDON, DAVID: Guyana, S. America, M.A., Psych., P-t-P; LONG, KELSEY: Leoti, B.S., C hem. and Math., Chemistry Club; LORSON, JAMES: Hope, B.S. in Agric., Newman Club; LGSEY, BETSY; Hugoton, B.S. in Educ., SEA. Concerned seniors took an active part in Vietnam Moratorium demonstrations, in- cluding the November candle lighting cere- mony honoring Kansas war-dead. 244 Seniors Lo-Mi LOUK, GALE: Syracuse, B.S, in B u$., Ph Beta Lambda; LOVING, LOLA: Powne Rock, B A,, Eng,, Pi-P, SEA, AWS, Loitibdo lota Tau; LOVITCH FRANK, Kamos Oiy, B.S, in Bus.., Basketball. Intramural!; LOYD, DARRELL: Phillipiburg, B.S. in Bus,; LOYD, MAN . PhiIJipsburg, B,S. in Homo Eeon,, Kappa Qmicron Phi, Horne Ecan. Chapter. LOZANO, ALMA: Hoys, B.A., Spanish, SWH, French Club; LYMAN, DOUGLAS: Hutchinson, B.5. in Bus,, Delta Sig, Student Body V-Pres„ Si u dent Senate choir man; MACH ART, MARIE: Oberlin, B.S. in Educ,, SEA, Home Econ. Chapter; MADDUX, NINA: Johnson, M.,S„, Educ.; MAHIN RICHARD: Randall, B.S. in Art. MAI, TERRY: Russeit, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Fort Hays Singers, Concert Choir, Concert Bond. Drum Major of Marching Band; MANNING, ELLEN; Lamed, B.S, in Gen. ScL Nurses Club; MANS, LEONARD: Sharon, B.S, in Bus., Delta Sig V-Pres,, S ' udent Council; MARCHAND, MARY ; Ellinwood, B.S. in Gen. ScL, Nurses Club, MARINE. DONNA: Garden City, B.S in Gen. ScL, Nurses Club. MARRS, GARY; Hays, B.S, In Bus.; MARSHALL, SALLY: Wadsworth, B.A., Hist,, P f-P; MARTIN. ELIZABETH; Hays B.S. in Educ Tri Sig SEA String Orchestra; MARTIN, GEORGE; Lamed, B.A., Speech, IKE V Pres . Pres., Little Theatre, Intramurals, Union Program Council, P-t P, IFC; MASSAGUA, MICHAEL; Hay!, B.S. in Bus., Phi $tg. MAUCH, ROGER: Riverton, Wyo,. B.S. in Ind. Arts Ep silan Phi Tau V Pre$., Ind, Arts Club V-Pres ; MAXFIELD, DONA: Garden City, B.S, in Educ,; MAXFIELD, LARRYj Garden City. B.S. in Bus,; MAYO, ROBERT: Garden City, B.S, in Bus.; MECKEL, VERNON; Hoys, B.S. In Bus., AKL Pres., CYR. Newman Club IFC, MEOCENSTOCK, LEA-: Hays, B.S, in Gen. Sci., Tri Sig, Nurses Club? MEIER, MICHAEL: Dodge City.. .A. Soc; ME INIS, BILLIE: Ellis B.S, in Educ ; ME IS, FRED: James- town B.A.. Speech; ME IS, JAMES: Hays, B$. in Bus. MERRILL, CATHERINE: Garden City .A., Hist,, Alpha Lambda Delta, SWH, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phi, Who ' S Who; MESCHKE, LARRY: Garden City, B.S. in Bus.; MEYER, VICKY; Big Bow, .M. Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, MENC SEA, German Club, Fort Hoys Singers? MICMAELIS, LINDA: Russell, B.A, Hist, Sigma Alpha Iota, SEA, Concert Band, Collegian Chorale- MICKEY, CHARLES: Hays B.S, in Ind. Arts, ind. Arts Club, MILES, REBECCA; Hill City, B.A„ Hist,, SEA, History Club; MILLER, DARREL: Hanston, B.S. in Ind. Arts? MIL- LER, GAYLE: Stockton, B.S in Bus,, Square Donee Club. MlLLfcK, JUDY: Wichita, m Home tcOn ; MILLER LAVERNE: Lincoln, B.S. in Bus, 245 Seniors Mi-Ne MILLER, MAX: Scoir City, S.S. in Bus. ond Econ.; MILLER, PEGGY. Qberlin, B.A. Eng., SEA ; MILLER, STEPHEN: Osborne, BS- in Agfic., SCSA, Ind. Arts Club; MILLS, MARY. Hoys, B.S. in Educ,, Newman Club; MILLS, RICK: Hays, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind, ArtsClub. MILLS, RONALD: Garden City, B.S. In Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; MITCHELL, MARY LOU; Downs, B-S. in Home Econ., WLQ, Kappa Omicron Phi Pres., Home Econ. Chapter, Phi Beta Lambda, Newman Club; MIZE, PHILIP: Turon, B.S. IN Bus., Alpha Kappa P$i; MONTGOMERY, CHARLOTTE; Hoys. B.S. in Educ,, French Club, SEA, AWS; MOODY, DAVID; Lyons, B,A,, Speech, TKE V-Pres,, Little Theatre, I FC Sec., Intramural " K ' J Award, Spanish Club. MOORE, DON; Clyde, MS-, Psych., Delta Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi; MOORE, ELDEN: Hays, B.S, in Bus,; MORAN, LEAH: Plainville, B.S. in Educ., SEA; MOREL, DIANE; Jennings, B.S. in Educ,, SEA, Newman Club; MOR- GAN, JUDITH: Morganvilte, B.S-, Art, SEA, Little Theatre. MORRIS, MICHAEL: Hutchinson, B.S, in Ind- Arts, Ind. Arts Club; MORRIS, ROGER; Stockton, B.A., Hist., History Club; MORRIS, TERRY. Burr Oak, B.S. in Bus.,- MUCK, JAMES: Gaylord, B.S. in Phys, Educ.; MURPHY, JAMES; Colby, B.S. in Gen. Sci,, Sig Ep. MURPHY, MARY: Geneseo, B.A., Speech, SEA, P-t-P; MUR- PHY, PAULA:, Hays, B.A., Eng,, SEA, WRA, ASC, Who ' s Who, Fr. ond Soph. Class V-Pres. ; MUSSEIMAN, ROSS: Ransom, E,A,, Bus.; MYERS, LEONARD: Barnard, B.S. in Bus.; MYERS, RONALD; Russell, B.S, in Bus, McATEE, TERRY: Clafltn, B.S. in Bus,, Golf, McCLURE, WILLIAM; Republic, B.S. in Bus., Sig Tau; McCURDY, CAROL: Hutchinson, B.S. in Educ., Tri Sig, SEA, Rodeo Club; McDonald, ALLAN: Hays, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep; McENTARFER, DOUG; Hutchinson, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep, Golf, McENTARFER, JANET; Wokeeney, B.S, in Bus., AGD, Alpha Lambda Delta, SWH, Phi Beta Lambdo, Pi Omega Pi Pres., Daughters of the Golden Heart Treas.; McEWEN, JOHN: Kansas City, B.S- in Bus., Basketball; McLINN, LQNNY; Garden City, B.S. In Agric., IUCF, SCSA,- McMULLEN, KELLY; Hays, B.A., Eng., SEA, Lambda Iota Tau; NEBEL, SANDRA: Esbon, B.S. in Gen. Sci., Nurses Club, NEELY, ZELDA: Hoys, M.S., Eng., Lambda lota Tau Pres,; NELSON, CYNTHIA: Lincoln, B.S. In Educ.; NELSON. DENNIS: Sylvan Grave, B.S. in Phys. Educ., MPEG, Sasebo II; NELSON, DONALD: Rexford, B.A., Phil,, ICF, CCC; NEL- SON, LARRY; Johnson, B.S. in Bus, 246 Seniors Ne-Pa NELSON, PATRICK: Teseott, B.A., Pol StL, CYR ; NEUSCHAFER, DARREL: Holyrood, B.S, in Gen. Sei,, Delt a Sig., Seventh Cavalry Sec, Phi Kappa Phi, IfC Sec,; NEWELL, STANLEY: Seloen, B.S, m Bus.; NIELSEN, SUE: Russell, B,A r , Arr, DZ, AWS; NIERMElER, EVERETT: Udell. B.S. in Educ.„ Gamma Delta, NO0NE, THOMAS; Densmore, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Newman Club, Epsilon Pi Tau; NOVAK, LILLIAN: East Paterson, N. J., M.S„ Bus.; NOVAK, ROBERT; East Paterson, N. J„ M.S., Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; NOVOTNY, KARLA; Luray, B.M , Music, Trf Sig, CYR, Sigma Alpha Jot a. Concert Choir; NULTON, NEIL: Hays, M.$., Art, Phi Era Sigma, Phi Sigma Phi, FHSP, Who r s Who, Veterans Club. OAKLEY, SANDRA; Lakin, B.S. in Educ,, SEA; OBERLE, KENT: ClofEin, B.S, in Bus.; OBORNY, LARRY: Hoys, M.S., ZooL; OCHS, DARREL; Hays, B.S, in Bus., Gamma Delta, Alpha Kappa Psi V-Pres,; OCHSNER, KAREN: St. Francis, B.S , Speech, CYR Sec., Sigma Alpha Eta, OEUSOONTHGRMWATTANA, PHONSCHIT; Bangkok, Thailand, M.S„ Bus,, P-i-P; OFFUTT, GERALD: Hoys, B.S, in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; OLSON, CAROLYN: Russell, B.A., Hist., SK Pres., AWS V-Pres., Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi; QMLOR, JEANNINi: Seward, B.S. In Bus.. Phi Beta Lambda; ORCHARD, GARY: Kanorada, B.S. in Educ., SEA, KFHS. OSHEL, JAN: Holy rood, B.S. In Educ., SEA; OWENS, GARY: Hays, B.S. in Gen, ScL, Veterans Club; PABST, DARRELL, Colby, B.S in Bus.; PAINTER, JEFFERY: Heoly, B.S. in Geology and Bus,, Delta Sig V-Pres.; PALMER, TER ENCE: Hays, B.S. in Bus.. German Club. Seniors as we!! as undergraduates went to the poffs to determine the fate of the pro- posed HPER complex. 247 During the activities Merry-Go-Round held in the Union, Juan Jimenez explains the cultural background Spanish Club offers students of the language. Seniors Pa-Ra PANKRATZ, JON: Stafford, B.S. En Gen, Sd.,- RANTER, MARIO Athol, B.S, in Gen. Sd. ; PARADEIS, TERRY: Holly, Coio,, B.S. in Gen. Set., Rodeo Club; PARSONS, CYNTHIA: Hunter, B.S, in Home Econ„ Tri Sig, Kappa Qrmcron Phi, Cheerleader, Tiger ' s Roar, SEA, Furlough Queen Candidate, Homecoming Queen Candidate; PEAK, MATT; Pratt, B.S- in Bus,, Pi Delta Epsilon, Photo Service, PEARSON, JAMES: Selina, 6. A., Pol, Set., CYD Pres., Pol, Sti, Club Pros,; PECHANEC, FRANCIS: LaCrosse, B.A., Hist., German Club, History Club; PFANNENSTJEL, CORA: Munjor, B.S, in Gen, Sci., Nurses Club; PFAN- NENSTIR, MERlE: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; PHELPS, JOYCE: Colby, B. ,, Art. PHILIP, KAYLYNN: Hays, B.A,, Spanish, Alpha Lambda Delta, Rodeo Club, Spanish Club, German Club, FH5P Sec,-Treas,; PlNKALL, KAREN: Hays, B.S. in Educ,, SEA; PIROTTE, KATHLEEN: Cowker City, B.A., Eng., Alpha Zeto Chapter, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Phi,- POLLNOW, RITA: Oberlin, B.S,, Speech, DZ r Sigma Alpha Eta; POOL, PAMELA: Kinsley, B.S. in Gen. Set. POOL, ROBERT: Hays, B.A,, Ecan., Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Koppa Psi, Who ' s Who; PORTER, JOHN: Glen Elder, B.S, in AgnCrj POTTER, JOE: Great Bend, B.S, in Phys, Educ., Intramurals; POWELL, JAMES: Mankato, B.S. in Bus., Football, Ail-aC; POWELL, MYRNA: Kalvesto, B.S. In Educ., SEA, CYR, Soe. Club, History Club. PUGH, JERRY: Bucklln, B.S, in Bus.; PULLIN, BARBARA: Great Bend, B.S., Art, SEA, Newman Club; RABAS, GARY: Luray, B.S, in Ind, Arts, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind- Arts Ciub ; RAILSBACK, THOMAS: Oberlin, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Al- pho Sinfonia Treas, CYR, BSM, Student Senate, Band, Orchestra; RAMSEY, JERRY: Colby, B.A,, Hist., Phi Alpha Theta V-Rres., Pres., History Club Pres,, Wrestling, German Club, 248 Seniors Ra-Sa RANDEt, KRtS; Bison, BA, Psych., Kappa Delta Sigma, Reveille, WRA, Intromurals, AWS, P-t-P; RAY, LINDA; Dodge City, B.S, In Educ., AGD. Tiger Debs, SEA, Little Theatre; RAYBURN, ELLA; Shawnee Mission, B.A., Hist., SWH, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon, History Club, Student Senate. Leader Ass J ' News Editor, Reveille, Who ' s Who; RAYL, STEVE; Hutchinson, B.S. in Bus,, Sig Ep, Student Body Pres,; REBEIN, JOHN; Dodge City, B.S. in Phys, Educ, REDGER, LOUISE: Ashland, B.A., Eng. Rodeo Club, SEA, WRA, Collegiate 4-H ; REID. JEROLDi Downs, 6.S, in Math., Kappa Mu Epsilon; RE IF, SUSAN: Homing ton. .S, in Educ.. AGO, SEA; REIN, DONALD, Russell, B.S. in Bvs. f REYNOLDS, GORDON; Hays, M.S. in Bus. RICE, JANE: Hoys, B.A. Art, Tri Sig, SEA, PqnWllenic Council V-Pres,, Pres.; RlCKE, LEON, Hays, B.S. in Ind, Arts, Ind. Arts Club; RlEBEL, DENNIS; Minrieola, B.S. in Ind, Arts, Ind, Arts Club; RIST, JARROLD: Norcolur, B.S. in Bus,; RITTER, SEVERELY; Norcotur, B.S. in Art, SEA, WRAV-Pres., Pres. R1XON, PAULA; Great Bend, B.S. in Bus,, Dl f ROBB LEE, JOHN; Maynord, Mass., B.A., Hist., History Club; ROBERTS, GALE; Palco, B.A., Hist,; ROBERTSON, LARRY, Montezuma, M.S., Soc., Phi Kappa Phi; ROBINSON, KAY; Hays, BA, Speech, Trl Sig. RODE BAUGH, DON; Burdett, B S. In Bus., APO Trees.; ROGERS, KATHLEEN; Natomo, B.S. in Educ., SEA, New man Club; ROHR, CHARLES: Hays, B.S. in Bus., German Club, Newman Club; ROHR, GARY; Gorham, B.S. in Math., Newman Club; ROLF, LESLIE; Isabel B.S. in Educ. ROSE, FRANKLIN; Greensburg, B.S, In Biol.; ROSE, THEDA; Greensburg, B.S. in Educ., SEA; ROSS, NORMA i Haviland, BA, Eng,, French Club, Pi Delta Epsilon; ROUNKLES, PENNY; Paradise, B.S. In Educ, ROUSE, MARSHA: Ulysses, B + $. in Gen. Set. ROWAN, JUDITH; Lyons, BS, in Gen. Sci.j RUDA, LUCILLE: Atwood, B.S. In Educ., WLO, WRA V-Pres,, New- man Club; RUDA, PEGGY; Atwood, B.S, in Educ.; RUNDLE, JOHN; Logon, B.S. in Educ., Basketball; RUEB, PATRICK; Vona, Cola,, B.S. in Bus,, Agric., Sig Tau. RYAN, TOM; Brownell B.S, in Art; RYTYCH, FRANKLIN; Norko, B.S. in Agric.; SADDLER, DOYLE: Colby, B.S. tn Geology, Sternberg Geology Club Pres.: SAMPSON, JOHN: Sallna, BA, Sac., Delta Sig ; SATTER, GARY; Logan, B.S. in Bat., $C$A, 249 During their four years at FHS many senior men and women have participated in intra- mural sports as a means of passing extra hours and taking a break from the boob. Seniors Sa-Sc SAYLER, ARTHUR; Albert, B.S. in Ind, Arts, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind. Arts Club; SCARROW, BOYD; Mankato, B.S. rn Bus., FHSP, Phi Beta Lambda; SCHALLER, DAVID: Kinsley, B.5. in Bus., Inlramurab; SCHALLER, LEONA; Kinsley, B.S. m Educ., SEA; SCHEPMANN, VERN: Bushton, B.S., Zoology, Delta Sig. SCHLEGEL, A. J. : Wfcbita, B.A. Ind. Arts, SEA, Ind. Arts Honors, Epsilori Pi Tau, Baseball; SCHLEGEL, MYRON: LaCrosse, B.S. in Math., Physics Club, CYD, ind. Arts Club, SEA; SCHME IDLER, NEAL: Hays, B.S., Math., Kappa Mu Epsilon V-Pres,, Sigma Pi Sigma; SCHMIDT, CLAYTON: Hope, B.S. in Ind. Arts, End. Arts Club, Vet. Club; SCHMIDT, MICHAEL: Hays, B.A., Eng., Newman C ub, SCHMIDT, PAMELA; Catherine, B.A., Eng., Alpha Lambda Delta Trees,, Newman Club, WLO, Lambda lota Tau; SCHMITT, FRANK: Succasunno, N. i., B.A., Psych., Kappa Delta Sigma; SCHMUTZ, DALE: Hoys, B.A„ Pol. Sci. ; SCHNEIDER, JAMES: Albert, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind, Arts Club; SCHNEIDER, SHARON: Albert, B.S, in Bus,, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda. SCHOEN, NORMA; Lenora, B.S., Speech, SEA, Sigma Al- pha Etc; SCHGENFELD, GEORGETTA: Monument, B.S. in Gen. Sci,; SCHOENFELD, ROBERT: Monument, B.S. in Bus., Phi Beta Lambda; SCHOLL, DOUGLAS: Beloit, B.S, in Educ,, MPEG; SCHOONOVER, ALICE: Dodge City, B.S. in Educ. SCHOONOVER, TIMOTHY; Dodge City, B.S. in Art; SCHREIBER, TOM; Nickerson, B.S. in Bus., Sig Ep ; SCHREI BROGEL, BEVERLY; Lakin, B.A., Soc., Newman C-ub; SCHREINER, BARBARA: Ashland, B.S. in Educ. ; SCHULTZ, FREYA; Hays, B.A,, Eng. 250 Seniors Sc-Sp StHUPMAN, MARILYN: Hoys, B.A.. Hist,; SCHUVIE, DAVID: Hoys, 8.S. in Bus., Intramural, Newman Club; SCHWARTZ, CONNIE; Kiowa, B,S. in Name Econ,, SEA, Kappa Omicron Phi, AWS Sec.; SCHWARTZ, RICHARD: Kiowa, B.S, in Chem„ Chemistry Club, Intramural ; SCHWINDT, ROSE MARY: Garden City, .A„ Eng, SCOTT, DWAYNE: Hays, B.A., Psych., Kappa Delia Sigma V-Pres., Chi Alpha Pres.; SCOTT, RONALD: Oberlin, B.S, In Phys. Educ„ MPEC Sec., Treos,; SCOTT, WESLEY; Belie Plains, B.S. in Geo. ; SEAGO, GEORGE: Russell, B.S. in Bus.; SEtRER, STEPHEN: Luray, B.S. in Phys, Educ., MPEC Pres.. K-Club, Football, Baseball. SEKAVEC, DALE: Brownell, B.A. r Psych,, Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia Sec,, German Club, SCEC Pres,, Concert Choir, Col legion Chorale; SEU$Y, MIKE: So lino, B.A., Sac., Sociology Club See,, Spanish Club; SHEESLEY, FREDRICK: Grin noli, B.S. in Geo,, APO, Geology Club; SHELLY, GERALD: Ford, B.S, in Phys. Educ., K Club, MPEC, Cross Country, Track; SHE R RICK, NYLEEN: Battle Creek, Mich., B.S. in Edut. SHERROD, DUANE; Steamboat Springs, Colo,, B.S, in Gen, Scb, SHERWOOD, MARY: Hays, B.A., Eng. ; SHIRK, LAYNE: Friend, B.S. in Bus., Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi; SHU ERT, GREG; Ellis, 8.A., Soc., Honors Program, See- Oub Pres.; SHUMAN, PH! UP; Hutchinson, B.M„ Music, Pht Mu Aipno, Opera, Fori Hays Singers. SIEMER, GARY: Hoys, B.S. in Bus.; SIEMERS, KURTlS: Luray, B.S. in Bus., Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi Pres,, Phi Eta Sigma, Who ' s Who, Football; SIMPSON, GREG: Ransom, B.S. in Phys, Educ,, SIMPSON, THERESA: Brow- nell, B.S in Educ.; SlSSEL, JAMES: Lefors, Texas, B.S. in Ind. Arts. SKULTHAL, PATRA: Bangkok, Thailand, M.S. Econ.; SMALL, GARY: Russell, B.S. in Geo,, Siernberg Geoiogy Club VPres.; SMITH, ALVIN: Norton, B.S. in Ind, Arts, Ind. Arts Club; SMITH, ARLO: Independence, B-5. in Agfic,, SCSA; SMITH, DIANA: Ploinville, B.S. in Art. SMITH, DONNA; Dodge City, B.A., Psych., and Educ,. AGD; SMITH, RITA; Larned, B.S. fn Art, Rodeo Club; SPARKS, RICHARD: GoodJond, B.S, in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; SPATZ, SHEILA: Beloit, B,S, in Gen. Sci., Nurses Club; SPEER, RITA: lenora, B.S, tn Gen. Sci. SPICER, JAY: Natomn, B.S. in Chem., Chemistry Club; SPIES, SHARON: Morland, B.S. in Gen, Sd,, Nurses Club; SPIESS, JOSEPH: Hoys ' , .B.S, in Bus., Newmon Club, SPIT LE ft, ANITA: CourtEond, B,S, in Educ., Pi Omega Pi Sec., SEA, Phi Beta Lambda; SPRlNGFELDL MICHAEL; Button, B.M., Music, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Brass Chair, Fart Hays Singers, Opero. 251 Seniors Sr-Ti SRAMEK, DE BY: McDonald, B.S. In Bus., Rodeo Club, Newman Club; ST A ATS, ROGER; Coasts, B.S. in Phys. Educ,; STACY, ROSANNA; Meade, B.A., Psych,, SK, STAPLETON, JERRY: Belpre, B.S. in Pol. ScL, Slg Ep, Seventh Cavalry, Political Science Club, Studeni Senate; STECH, TERRY: Cawker City, B.S. in Agrie., Delta Tau Alpha, SCSA. STECKLEIN, CYNTHIA; Hoys, B.S. in Edge., SEA, Newman Club; STEWART, R1CKE; Hill City, B.S. in Ind, Am, Rodeo Club Pres,, Ind. Arts Club; STJTES, SHIRLEY; Hays, 8,5. in Educ: STRAIGHT, RONALD; Abilene, B.S. In Ind. Am, FCA, Ind. Arts Club; STRElT, JEROME; Downs, B.S, in Gen, Sd,, Newman Club, Intramurals, Who ' s Who. STRELT, RONALD: Tipton, B,S. in Phys. Educ., MPEG. KAPHER, Ini ra murals, Newman Club; STROHL, CAROL: Cunningham, B,S. in Bus.; STULL, LARY; Natomo, B.S. m Phys. Educ,, MPEC, KAHPER, Intramural ; SUELTER, DENNIS: Tescort, B.S. in Art; SUNLEY, ROBERT: Brownell, B.S. In Bu$,, APQ, Phi Beta lambda. Newman Club. SURPRISE, DONNA; Hays, B.A., Eng., SEA; SWAFFORD, TED; Byers, B.S. in Agrie,, SCSA Treos,, Rodeo Club, Intro murals; SWANK, SUSAN: Dodge City, B.S. in Gen. ScL, SWH, Phi Kappa Phi, Nurses Club Pres,; SWEAR IN GEN, LARRY; Courtland, B.S. in Bus,; SWITZER, MARIANA: Mankato, B.S, In Educ., Della Kappa Gamma V-Pres, TACHA, WARREN; Jennings, B.A., Spanish, Spanish Club, SEA, French Club; TALDO, WILLIAM: Garden City, B.S. in Phys. Educ.; TAPPAN, BENJAMIN; Lyons, B.S T in Phys, Educ., MPEC, K-Club, Football; TAUSCHER, JEANETTE: Hays, ,S. In Educ., SEA, TAYLOR, ANITA: Hays, .A., Eng„ Lambda lota Tag. - TEETER, FRED: Oakley, B.S, In Phys. Educ,, MPEC, K Ctub, Football, Track; THE1MER, ESTHER: Colby, B.S. In Educ., SEA, Phi Theta Kappa, THIELEN, NICK; Dorrance, B.S. in Ind. Arts, APO V-Pres,, CCC? TH I ESSEN, LAUREN: Peabody, B.S, in Bus., 1CF; THOMAS, KEITH: Norka, B.S, in 8uS, THOMPSON, DANIEL: Great Bend, B.S. in Bus.; THOMPSON. DONNA; Hays, 6-S. in Educ.. Sigma Alpha lota. Collegian Chorale, Concert Choir, Band, Orchestra; THOMPSON, JAMES; Burden, B.S. in Ind. Arts; THOMP SON, LINDA: Great Bend. B.S. In Home Econ., DZ, Koppa Omicron Phi, AWS, Intro murals; THOMPSON, ROBERT; Hover:, Pa., B.S. in Art, 1FC, Delta $ig. THRELKFL, ROBERT; Atwood, B.S, in Phys. Educ., APO, MPEC Sec,, Treos., SEA, CCC Intramurols; TIBBETTS, JAMES; Belleville, B.S- m Bus., AKL, Intramurols; TlLLBERG, LELAND: Sattna, B.S. in Agrie, , Debo Sig; TlLLBERG. VERNON: Satina, B.S. in Agrie., Delta $ig, Track; TIMKEN. JACQUIE; Plaifivdie, B.S, in Educ., S£A r BSD, 252 Seniors Ti-Ve TIMKEN, STEVE e Cimarron, B.S. in Bus., ICF, BSU Pres., Treas.; TlNKEL, JANICE: Hoisingion, B.S. in Bus., SWH, T1TTEL, JOYCE: Bo ine, B.S. in Educ,, AW$. Gamma Delto Pres.; TOU, LING WANG: Taipei, Taiwan, B.S, in Bus,; TREDER, JANET; Dodge City, B.S. in Home Eton., KHEA. TREDER, JOHN: Dodge City, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club; TRUE, DONALD: Courtlond, B.S, in Phys, Educ., SEA, MPEG, KAHPER, Intramurols; TRUE, PENNY: Coer Hand, BS- in Educ., SEA; TUNG, WILLIAM: Hong Kong, B.A., Chem,? TURLEY, ROY: Modoc, B.S- in Bus., Rodeo Club V-Pr«, TURNER, GARY: Smith Center, B.S. in Bus., TKE, Alpha Kappa Psi, Baseball; TW I DWELL, KENNETH: Prankforl, B.S. in Bus.; TYRRELL, JAMES: Lenoro, B.S. in Bus,; ULMER, GARY: Norton, 8.5, in Bus., Delta Sig, K-Club, Wrestling UMSCHEID, THOMAS: Manhattan, B S. in Ind. Art, Epsilon Pi Tau, Ind, Arts Club. UNDERWOOD, RONALD: Agra, S.S. in Bus., APO,- UNRUH, EARL: Montezuma, B.S. in Agric,, Delto Toy Al- pha; VAN DOREN, CATHLYN: Griftnell, B.S, In Speech, AGD; VAN DOREN, DAVID: Hays, B.S. in Geo., IFC, AKL Pres,; VAN KOOTEN, CONNIE: Long Island, B.S. in Bus,, Phi Beta Lambda. VAUGHN, ROD: Wichita, B-$. in Geo., Geology Club; VAV- RICK A, ROBERT. Oakley, B.S. in ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Cub, Epsilon PI Tau; VEEH, THOMAS: Phttiipsburg, B.S. in Bus., Sig Tou; VENN E BERG, JANET: Ploinville, B.S in Speech, Sigma Aipha Eto; VERNON, EDITH: Oberlin, B.S. in Educ., Debate, SEA. WLO, comprised mainly of senior women, holds a tea in the spring to select future members. 253 Seniors Ve-Wh VESECKY, MARGARET: Timken, B.S. m Gen, Sd., Nurses Club, Newman Club; VtCE, LEROY: Bucklin B.S, in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts CEub ; VIGNERY, JOHN: Concordia, B.S, in Phys. Educ,, APO; VINT, LUCILE: Glen Elder, B.S. in Educ.; WADE, BRUCE: Maylield, B.S. in Bus, WADE, SANDRA: Great Bend, B.S. in Educ.. SEA; WAG NER, ARTHUR: Victoria, B.S. in Bus., Alpha Koppo Psi; WAGNER, FRANC: Franklin, Nebr„ B.S. in Educ,. SEA; WAGNER, NANCY; Kensington, B.S- in Educ. s SEA, Wo- men ' s Glee Club; WALKER, DANNY: Penalosa, B.S. in Geo., APO, Geology Club Treas,, FHSP, German Club. WALKER, JAMES: Lomar, Colo., B.S, in Bus., AKL; WAL- LINE, CAROL: McPherson, B.S, in Moth., Kappa Mu Ep- silon, Rodeo Club; WALTER, WILLIAM: Lincoln, B.S, In Bus., Vet Club, Gymnastics, Concert Choir, Fort Hays Singers; WALTERS, JAMES: Hays, B.S. in Ind. Arts, Ind. Arts Club, Epsilon Pi Tou; WALZ, LEE: Syracuse, B.S. in Moth,, Delta Sig, SE A, Men ' s Glee Club. WANG, BEATRICE; Taiwan, China, M.S., Bus.; WANG, CHARLES: Taiwan, Chino, M.S., Bus,, WARD, ELMER; Red Cloud, Nebr„ B.S. in Agfic,, Choir; WARREN, BRUCE: Harper, B.S. in Agric-, SCSA; WASlNGER, DARRELL: Hoys, B.S, in Bus. WATKINS, DANIEL Haxie, B.S. in Bus.; WATKINS, JUDITH: Colby, B.S. in Educ , Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phi; WATKINS, LARRY: Sedgwick, B.S. in Agric., SCSA; WEBER, SCOTT; Junction City, B.S, In Gen. Sci,, Sig Ep; WEBER, MERRIE: WoKeeney, B.S. In Educ., SWH, SCEC, AW5- WEBER, RONALD: Ellis, 0.A., Hist., Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta; WEBER, SHIRLEY: Red Cloud, Nebr., B.S. in Phys. Educ., WRA, Eta Rho Epsilon; WEISSENFLUH, HENRY; Sublette, B.S. In Educ., SI g Ep; WERNER, DWIGHT; Kinsley, B.S. In Phys. Educ., MPEG, KAHPER, AAHPER, Wrestling ; WERTH, JAMES: Hutchinson, B.A., Psych, WEST. DENNIS: Hugaton, B.S. in Educ., IKE, P-t-P, KSEA, Band; WESTBROOK, ROBERT: Klrwin, B.A., Hist., French Club, History Club; WESTERMAN, MICHAEL; Halstead, .A., Eng,; WESTER VELT, DIXIE: Oberlin, S.A., Eng. r Pi Kappa Delta Treas., Soph. Class V-Pre$., Jr, Class Pres., Stu- dent Senate Sec. AWS, Debate; WET , MARK: Kiowa, 0.A., Psych,, Band, WHIPPLE, CNARLYN; Jetmore, B.S. in Educ., SEA; WHIS- MAN, BERDENA; Palco, S.S. in Educ.; WHITAKER, TOM: Pratt, B.S, in Agric., SCSA, Delta Tou Alpha; WHITE, CONNIE; Sublette, B.S- in Educ,, SEA; WHITE, DORIS: Coldwater, B.S. in Bus., NBEA, SEA, 254 Seniors Wh-Zw WHITTECAR, DONALD; Hays, M.S„ Art Delta Slg, Student Senate. Rodeo Club; WHITTECAR. RACHEL: Coidwafer. M.A., Eng., SK, Lambda lota Tau, SEA, Stu- dent Senate; WlECK, JANICE: Colby, B.S, In Educ.; WIESNER DAVID: Elis. B.S. in Educ,. SEA KAHPER. Newman Club; WILKENS, ANITA: McDonald, B.S- m Educ., Dames Club. SEA, Newman Club. WILKENS, ARDENE: McDonald, B.S. m Agrfc., $CSA; WILLOME, SHARON: Corpus Christ], Texas, B.S, In Educ,, Phi Mu, WRA. Women ' s Glee Club: WILLOME, THOMAS: Junction City, ELS in Art, Cross-country; WIL- SON, LYNN: Otis, B.S, in Jnd, Arts, fnd. Arts Club; WISE, MAC: Cawker City, B.S. in Bus., Vet Club. WITTHUHN, ELDON: Bazine, B.A., Speech, KFHS, Intra- murals: WOLF, STEVEN: Ellis, M«S. t Educ.; WOLFRAM, JOYCE; Goodland, B.S in Agric,. Rodeo Club. Delta Tau Alpha Trees,; WOLT1NG, LINDA: Lincoln, B.S,. In Educ., SEA; WOODSON. SHIRLEY: El Cajon, Calif., B,M., Music, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, SWH. WLO, Sigma Alpha Iota Sec., Concert Choir. YEAROUT, PHILLIP; Palco, B.S. in Art: YOUNG, ROBERT: Tescott. B.S. In Rhys. Educ , K-Club, MPEC, Track; YUNK- ER. ROBERT: Hays, B.S. in Bus.; ZEHR, DENNIS; Stafford, B.S, in Rhys. Educ,. MPEC; ZELLMER, EVELYN: Almena, B.S, in, Educ., SEA. ZELLNER, GERALDINE: Manentha), B.S, in Bus. DZ Treas. Phi Beta Lambda, CYD. KSTA, Newman Club; ZIEGLER. EUGENE: Grainfield, B.S. in Bus., Newman Club; ZIEGLER, KARLA: Collyer, B.S, in Gen Sc!. ; ZIEGLER. RICH: Collyer, B.S. in Bus,: ZIERLE1N, MARCIA: Menlo. B.S, in Bus.. Phi Beta Lambda. ZIMMER, JOAN: Downs, B.S in Home Econ., DZ. WLQ C Kappa Omlcron Phi, Phi Bets Lambda, Newman Club. SEA. Honors Program, Home Eeon , Chapter Pres., V- Pres, ; ZWEIFEL BARBARA: Waldo, B.S. In Bus.; ZWEsFEL, KEITH: Waldo. B.S. in Bus,: ZWlNK, JAN: Hays, B,A . Hist , Phi Alpha Theta. 255 Classes Ab-Ap ABEL, NE!L, Clay Center sophomore ABRAM, UN DA, J owe 1 1 fresh man ABT, HELEN, Medicine Lodge freshman ACRE, RELENA, Greens burg freshman ADAMS, DAVID, Goodiand junior ADAMS, DUANE, Shields sophomore ADAMS, KEVIN, Plainville sophomore ADAMS, MARY, Shields freshman ADAMS, STEVEN, Oberlin junior ADKINS, Cl NDY, Overland Pork sophomore ALBERS, LINDA, Ransom junior ALBERS, ROBERT J., Oakley junior ALBERS, WILLIAM, Ransom freshman ALBRECHT, DIANNA, Natoma sophomore ALBRIGHT, ROBERT, Kiowa sophomore ALEXANDER, DARWIN, Hays freshman ALEXANDER, PAMELA, Hays sophomore ALFORD, HAZEL, Hays sophomore ALLEN, JODY, Kansas City, Mo, sophomore ALLEN, JOHN, Ploinville sophomore ALLEN, LINDA, Hardtner junior ALLEN, LOR3, Hays sophomore ALLEN, STEVEN, Hoys freshman ALLISON, SHERYL, Lyons freshman AMES, CHARLES, Belle Plaine sophomore AMOS, DANNY, Good land freshman ANDERSON, BETTY, Dighton freshman ANDERSON, CURTIS, Burden junior ANDERSON, EDNA, Woodston sophomore AN DE RSON, MEL AN I E, Hil! City jun ior ANDERSON, TIM, Del Rio, Tex. freshman ANDREGG, MARY JANE, Hoxie sophomore ANDREGG, PATRICIA, Hoxie junior AN DRE WSON, I LEN E, Clyde fresh man AN DR I ST, DEBRA, St, Francis sophomore APEL, DARRYL, Belprc junior ARPL, PATRICIA, Leotl sophomore APPLEBEE, TAMRA, Beloit freshman APPLEGATE, BARBARA, Leotl junior APPLEGATE, LARRY, Leroy freshman 256 Classes Ap-Ba APPLEGATE, MARCELLA, Norton sophomore APPLEHANS, ALLEN, Hoys junior ARCHER, STEVEN, Logan sophomore ARCHULETA, GAYLE, Paleo freshman AREND, BILL, Russell freshman ARGO, DAVE, VI lets sophomore ARM BURST, JOYCE, Ellsworth junior ARNHOLD, CHARLOTTE, Russell junior ARNHOLD, DOROTHY, Hays sophomore ARNOLD, LINDA, Lenoro freshman ARNOLD, PAMELA, Plains junior ARNOLD, PAULETT A, Col by j unior ARNOLD, WILLIAM, Alton sophomore ARNOLDY, PRISCILLA, Tipton freshman ARNY, SUE, Inverness, FI, sophomore ARPIN, ALLEN, Damor junior ARPIN, KAREN, ScYino sophomore ASHLOCK, DOTTY, Wichita junior ATON, NADINE, Jetmore sophomore ATTEBERY, PATRICIA, Lawrence sophomore ATWELL, MARILYN, Minneo polls sophomore ATWILL, ARTHUR, Stockton freshman AUGUSTINE, DARYL, Ellis freshman AUGUSTINE, GARY, Ellis freshman AUGUSTINE, JOYCE, Ellis sophomore AUGUSTINE, KERRY, Russeil sophomore AVERY, RGZANNE, OberEin junior AYERS, JUDY, Emmett sophomore AZIZ, NOOR0LLAH, Teheran, Iron sophomore BAALMAN, DANIEL, Grinnel! sophomore BADENHOR, JANA, Kensington sophomore BAHR, DAVID, Oitrtltz fresh mo n BAILEY, ELMO, Medicine Lodge freshman BAILEY, KAREN, E I is sophomore BAILEY, MARCIA, Jennings sophomore BA INTER, SHEILA, Hoys junior BAKER, ANN, Qumter fresh man BAKER, MARTHA, Ashland sophomore BAKER, SHERRILL, Phillipsburg sophomore BALDWIN, ALAN, Sallno freshman 257 Classes Ba-Be BALL, KIM, Ellis sophomore BALLARD, KEITH, Kiowa junior BALZER, NONA, Arkansas City junior BANGLE, PEGGY. Morlond freshman BANKSTON, GA I L, Lacrosse freshman BARBER, K, ELLEN, Johnson sophomore BARHYDT, ROBERT, Dodge City junior BA RN ES, C A RO L YN , H u t c h i nso n u n ior BARNES, MICHELLE, Cloflin junior BARNES, RONNIE, Elkhart junior BARNES, SANDRA, Bakersfield, Calif, junior BARNETT, ROGER, Kansas City freshman BARNHART, MARY, Hoys junior BARRETT, DON, Randall freshman BARROWS, CHARLES, Ness City junior BARRY, PATRICK, Ellmwaod junior BARTKQSKI, SANDRA, Fowler junior BARTLEY, DAVI D, Hutchinson sophomore BARTON, DIANNE, Medicine Lodge freshman BARTON, LINDA, Great Bend junior BASGALL, SHERYL, Sharon Springs freshman BASGALL, THOMAS, Hays freshman BASINGER, KERRY, WoKeeney freshman BATES, BRIAN, Alton freshmon BATES, RICHARD, Lenora junior BATES, SHIRLEY, lenora junior BATY, MICHAEL, Syracuse sophomore BAUER, LINDA, Clay Center freshman BAUER, SUSAN, Lenora freshman BAUGH, SCOTTY, Salina junior BAUMANN, MARILYN, Smith Center junior BAUMRUCKER, STEVEN, Hoys freshman BAYENS, SHARON, Long Island sophomore BEADLES, LONNI E, Great Bend sophomore BEARD, DENISE, Ulysses junior BEARDSLEY, LINDA, WoKeeney sophomore BEATTY, THOMAS, Luray junior BECK, BONNI E, Copeland freshman BECKER, ANITA, Russell junior BECKER, ROSEMARY, Dawns freshman 258 Gymnast Jtm Green displays his skill on the still rings. Classes Be-Ber BECKHAM, ROBERT, Manhattan sophomore BECKMAN, SUSAN, PhiEllpsburg sophomore BECKMANN, DUANE, Athol freshman BEER, BERNADETTE, WoKeeney sophomore BEESLEY, CARLA, Gove junior BEHNKE, ALICE, Lyons sophomore BEHRENS, CHERYL, Albert freshman EJSNER, BONNIE Alton freshman BEISNER, CONNI E, Alton freshman BELL, DEANNA, Lebanon freshman BELL, JAMES, Hoys junior BELL, SHARON, St. John freshman BEISHE, SUSAN, Colby freshman BENDA, LINDA, Colby j unior BENDER, CURTIS, Russe freshman BENEDICK, PEGGY, PlomvTlIe junior BENNETT, JOAN, Gaf field sophomore BENNETT, JUDY, Hays freshman BENNETT, LINDA, WaKeeney freshman BENNETT, TERRY, Norton junior BENNETT, THERESA, Dorrance sophomore BERENS, CATHERINE, Hoys sophomore BERG, RODGER, Jamestown junior BERGER, KATHLEEN, Sudd in sophomore BERGIN, VICTOR, Winchester freshman 259 Classes Ber-BI BERGLING, SUSAN, Ludell freshman BERLAND, ANN, Zurich sophomore BERLAND, DEBBi, Domar freshman. BERLS, MARY, Oberlfn freshman BERNDT, JANELLE, Hoxio junior BERRY, CAROL, Hunter freshman BERRY, GALEN, Russell sophomore BERRY, RICHARD, Fulton, Mo. sophomore BERTELMANN, PATTI, Eliis freshman BEST, CARL, Lenoro sophomore BESTHQRN, KATHLEEN, Holyrood sophomore BETHE, SALLY, Gypsum freshman BETTENBROCK, ALICE, Holyrood junior BETTENBROCK, RUTH, Holyrood sophomore BICE, LOLA, Code!] freshman BICKEL, RICHARD, Dodge City junior SlCKNELL, JAMES, Marysville freshman B3EBER, BARBARA, Almena freshman, Bi EBER, Ml KE, Timken freshman BIEHLER, VAlERE, Fresno, Calif, junior BIEKER, CLAUDIA, Hays freshman Bi EKER, J EAN ETTE, Hays fresh man BILLINGER, DIANE, Zurich freshman BILLINGER, LINDA, Hays sophomore BI LUPS, LAYTON, Hiil City freshman BI LLS, GARY, Phlllepsburg junior BINDER, MARGARET, Hoys sophomore BlRCHER, DIANE, Hutchinson junior BIRZER, JANICE, Grea Bend sophomore BIRZER, KAREN, EMinwood freshman BIRZER, LINDA, Eihnwood sophomore BrTNER, BRENDA, Nickerson sophomore BITTEL, CAROL, Hays freshman BLACK, H. STEVEN, Gorham fresh mon BLACKWOOD, LARRY, Clyde sophomore BLAKE, GARY, Hutchinson junior BLAND, BARBARA, Gove sophomore BLANK, JERRY, Nctomc junior BL AN KENSH i P, ROBE RT, Hays fresh man BLATTNER, STANLEY, Roze 1 sophomore 260 Classes Bl-Br BLECH A, MARGARET, Mundftit sophomore BUCK, CONNIE, Colwieh sophomore BOEHNER, STEPHEN, GEen Elder junior BOEKEN, DALLAS, Holyroad junior BOGART, CfNDY, PhilEipsburg sophomore BQGNER, JAMES, Dodge City junior BOLEN, BRENDA, Sharon Springs freshman BOiLEG, ARUN, Hoys freshman BOLL I G, CHEftALD, Qoy ton freshman BOLL1G, HERBERT, Ellis junior BOLLEG, KAREN, Hoys freshman BOMGARDNER, STEPHEN, Palco sophomore BQNDURANT, GARY, Scottsdale, Ariz. junior BONIN, TERRY, Saline freshman BONNER, CHARLES, Leoti sophomore BOOS, PAMELA, El is freshman BOOTH, MARY JANE, Syracuse junior BORTH, BELINDA, Englewood junior BORTHWECK, JIM, Beeler junior BOSS, PATRICIA, Niles freshmon BOUCHER, KEN, Zurich junior BQUCK. LAWRENCE, Leawood freshmon BOUTON, CLARK, Colo. Springs, Colo, fresh man BOWEN, MARY KAY, Hoys sophomore BOWEN, ST AN, Saianto sophomore BOWMAN, CYNTHEA, Cqwker City sophomore BOWMAN, DAVID, Larned freshmon BOWMAN, STEVE, Salino junior BOXBERGER, CYNTHIA, Russell sophomore BOYD, ARNOLD, Natoma freshman BOYD, BARBARA, Concordia freshman BOYLE, LINDA, Hoisington sophomore BRADDOCK. MARY, Dodge City junior BRADFORD, JIM, Libera I sophomore BRANDT, PEGGY, Colby junior BRANDY BERRY, PHYLLIS, Lenaro sophomore BRANT, JOAN, Topeka junior BRANTLEY, RODNEY. Selcien junior BRANUM, KYLE, Russel I freshman BR AU, ROLAND, Buck! in fresh mon 261 Classes Bra-Bro BRAUN r BARBARA, Hoys freshman BRAUN, CINDY, Russell freshman BRAY, MARCIA, Larned .sophomore BREHM, ROBIN, Junction City sophomore BREWING, FRED, LaCrosse sophomore BRENT, KENNETH, Alton sophomore BRETZ, RICHARD, Wallace junior BRIAND, SUZANNE, Ness City freshman BRIGGS, DAVID, TescoJf sophomore BRISTOW, DONLEY, Jet more junior BRlTTAN, FRED, Hoys junior BROAD BROOKS, STEVE, Hoys freshman BROAD! E, WILLIAM, Ashland junior BROCK, KATHLEEN, CowkerCity sophomore BROCK, ROBERT, Goodland junior BROCKHAUSEN, DALE, OberlEn junior BRODBECK, KATHY, Great Bend junior BROECKELMAN, JOAN, Grinneil freshman BRONSON, DIANE, Kensington freshman BROOKS, COLLE EN r Brewster freshma n BROWN, BRENDA, Preston freshman BROWN, CHERYL, Bushton sophomore BROWN, DENNIS, Hoisington sophomore BROWN, EVA, fort Scott sophomore BROWN, GERRY, Gorhom junior BROWN, JACQUELYN, Dodge City sophomore BROWN, JAMES, Danbury, Neb, freshman BROWN, JAMES R. r Bushton freshman BROWN, JANET, Russell sophomore BROWN, JONATHAN, Gorhom fresh mo n BROWN, MICHAEL, Great Bend sophomore BROWN, PATRICIA, Hoys junior BROWN, ROBERT, Dodge City junior BROWN, ROBERT L., Obedin sophomore BROWN, VIRGINIA, Lucas junior BROWNELL, CHARLES, Medicine Lodge freshman BROYLES, DANIEL, Logan freshmort BRUBAKER, PAULA, Bird Cily freshman BRUCE, WILLIAM, Pittsburgh, Pa, freshman BRUNA, DON, Marysville freshman 262 Classes Bru-Ca BRUNGARDT, FRED, Hays sophomore BRUNGARDT, JERRY, Lyons freshman BRUNGARDT, SALLY ANN, Ellinwood junior BRUNS, PATRICIA, Winona sophomore BRUNSON, KEN, Stockton sophomore BRUNTS, GEORGE, CbfEin freshman BRYANT, DOROTHY, Kiowa sophomore BUCL, ELLEN, Rush Center freshman BUEH L ER, CLARICE, Clafl in fresh mo n BUEHLER, HOWARD, Claflin junior BUEHLER, JERE, Claflin sophomore BUELL, RAM, Junction City freshman BULLARD, JEANNE, Oskolooso freshman BULLEIGH, M. WALENE, Miftonvale freshman BUNGER, DARLENE, Assario freshman BUNKER, LYNN, Dorronee junior BUNYAN, HELEN, Hugofon sophomore BURD, MIKE, CoEby junior BURDICK, LEONA, Sobetha sophomore BURDICK, LtLA, Sobetha junior BURGESS, VAL, Beitoire junior BURKE, BYRON, Kingman junior BURKHEAD, JANICE, Great Bend junior BURNETT, KEITH, Arlington sophomore BURNHAM, BRAD, St. Francis sophomore BURTON, CHRISTINE, Greensburg junior BUSCH, JANICE, Russell sophomore BUSCH, KENNETH, Russell freshmon BUSER, CECILIA, Cawker City freshman BUSER, DANIEL, Cawker City junior BUSS , JERlLYN, S TOC kto n f resh mo n BUSSE, SHERRI, Bird City junior BUTLER, KAREN, Kiowa sophomore BUTLER, MIKE, Marysville sophomore BUTLER, RALPH, Claflin junior BUTZINE, BONNIE, Geneseo freshman ' feY Vk , W ftA , SmWpr. CAiRNS, SALLY, Hays freshman CALDARERA, DANIEL, Wichita freshmon CALE, SUE, Hoisington sophomore 263 Classes Ca-CI CAMEL tO, CATHY, Great Bend junior CAMRAS, PRISCILLA, Leott sophomore CAMPBELL, ALFRED, Hoxie junior CAMPBELL, RON, Hgy$ junior CAREY, LEE, Sterling junior CARL SON, BARBARA, So lino freshman CARLTON, GLENN,, Hutchinson junior CARON, STEVE, Clyde freshman CARPENTER, CONNIE, St, Fronds freshman CARPENTER, MERLE, Levant junior CARPER, GERALDINE, Gaytan sophomore CARR, LINDA, Lamed freshman CARTER, ALLAN Otis freshman CARTER, ALLAN N., Jennings junior CARTER, BARBARA, Kismet sophomore CARTER, DEANNA, Jamestown freshman CARTER, DWIGHT, Russell sophomore CARTER, GEORGE, Jamestown sophomore CARTER, MARGARET, Syracuse junior CASEY, PATfttClA, McCracken freshman CaSIY, SARAH, McCracken junior CASEY, THOMAS, Notoma junior CAS SON, MICHAEL, New Poftz. N. Y. sophomore CATES, NEWTON- Plainvilte sophomore CHAFFIN, DALE, Woodstgn freshman CHAFE! N, JAN IS, Hoys sophomore CHAFFIN, LYNN, Sublette junior CHAFFIN, PAUL Woodston junior CHAMBERS, ARTHUR, Hoys freshman CHANCE, HELEN, Jennings freshman CHAPPEL, MARVLYN, Lyons sophomore CHARVAT, GARRY, Wilson junior CHASE, CLINTON, Abilene soph omore CH I PMAN. DEBBIE, Jennore sophomore CH IT WOOD, COLE EN, WEchhc sophomore CHRISTENSEN, LEONA, Long island junior CHRISTENSEN, NEIL, Phlllipsburg sophomore CLARK, BARBARA, Barnard freshman CLARK, BETTY, St. John sophomore CLARK, DAN, Dodge City junior 264 Classes Cl-Co CLARK, DEBBIE. Lebanon freshmen CLARK JIM, Hayi junior CLARK, RICHARD, Cloy Center sophomore CLARK, ROGER, Wellington junior CLARK, SANDRA, Clifton freshman CLARK, SHERRY, Hofyrood freshman CLARKE, MIKE, Kensington sophomore CLAUSSEN, RON, Solino sophomore CLAYTON, RON, Maisington sophomore CLEWS, DIANA, Hoys freshman CLINE LANA, Hays freshman CLINE SMITH, RAMONA, Rolto sophomore COATS, BRENDA, Beale AFB, Co I if, sophomore COCHRANE, DENNIS, Sharon Springs freshman COCKRUM, NANCY, Johnson sophomore COE, NORMAN, Republican City, Neb. freshman COE r RICHARD, Republican City, Neb. sophomore COFFIN, SHERRILL, Dodge City junior COFFINDAFFER, UNDA, Sotonto freshman COLCLAZIER, JOHN, Greensburg junior COL E, ARTHUR, Bog ue junior COLL E, NEIL, Mo r ion j un ior COLLETTE, MARY, Aurora sophomore COLLINS, LANNA, Bur ting ton. Cob, sophomore COLLINSON, BRUCE, Lawrence freshman FAR LEFT: One enthusiastic Delta Slg gives his impression of college cheerleaders. LEFT: Fraternity men help present the male side of Greek life to sorority rushees during Information Night. 265 Classes Co-Cr COMBS, JANET, A I me no sophomore CGMEAU, LINDA, PloinvrUe junior COMERFORD, JOHN, Sating sophomore CONAWAY, LORI, Athol freshman CONAWAY, VON A, Athol freshman CONLEY, EILEEN, Lcori junior CONLEY, SHERRY, Beloit freshman CONRAD, RANDY, Cloy Center juntor CONS! DINE, DENNY, Sterling sophomore CONVERSE, BARBARA, Pawnee Rock junior COOK, BEVERLY, St, Fronds freshman COOK, FRED, Hays sophomore COOK, JOYCE, LeMars , Iowa freshman COOK, JUNE, Hordtner freshman COOK, MILDRED, Palco junior COOK, RYAN, Bunker Hill sophomore COOLEY, VIRGINA, Soling junior COOPER, BARBARA, McDonald freshman COOPER, NANCY, Natama freshman COPE, JANE, Salma junior COPE, NANCY, Sglina junior CORD EL, ROBERT, Tipton sophomore CORDER, ANGELA, OberHn freshman CORKE, CARLO! TA, Goachond freshman CORMACK, STANLEY, Osborne junior CORNETT, JOYCE, Colby junior CORNS, DEBORAH, Norton sophomore COUCH, DAVID, Stockton freshman COUNCIL, JANET, Dodge City sophomore COUNCIL, JERRY, Dodge City junior COX, CONNIE, Russell sophomore COX, CYNTHFA, AiwOocf sophomore COX, PHYLLIS, Pako junior COX, SHIRLEY, Palco freshman COY, DEE, Wichita sophomore CRABTREE, CINDY, Hoys sophomore CRAFT, SHIRLEY, Edson sophomore CRANE, RANDELL, Russell sophomore CRANMER, ROBERT, St, Francis sophomore CRANSTON, DONNA, NeSS City freshman 266 Classes Cr-Da CRAWFORD, CAROL Lincoln sophomore CREAMER, DUANE, Hoys sophomore CRIST, JUDITH, Ellis [unlor CRISWELL CAROLYN, Medicine Lodge sophomore CRlTCHFiELD, WILLIAM, Goodlana freshman CRANE, RUTH, Wathena sophomore CROSS, JIM, Russell junior CROSS, LARRY, Proft junior CUDNEY, SHARON, Betpre freshman CUDNEY, VICKIE, Marysville freshmen CULLEY, KAREN, Russetl freshmen CULLUMBER, VAN, Greonsburg freshman CULVER, CONNIE, Plains sophomore CUMMINGS, RONALD, Morlond junior CUMMINS, CINDY, Haven junior CUNNINGHAM, BOB, Grand island, Neb, sophomore CUPPLES, MICHAEL, Hoxie freshman CURTIS, JERALD, Longford freshman CUSTER, RAY, Colby junior CU ST E R, T W l L A, Wo Kee ney j u n for OUTRIGHT, DAVID, St. John sophomore CUTRIGHT, DONALD, St, John freshman DABIRI, MASSOUD, Tehran, Iran freshman DAHL, LARRY, Colby freshman DANA, FRANK, Bunker Hill sophomore DANIELS, SALLY, Haig lor, Neb, freshman DARNELL, MAR]lYN,--0ague Freshman DAUBERT, RICHARD, Oris freshman D AUER, SHERYL, Falun freshman DAVID, DANIEL, Lenoro freshman DAVIDSON, BRYCE, Wakefield sophomore DAVI DSON, SUE, Claflin freshman DAVIS, ALBERTA, Kinsley junior D A V I S, CH E RY L, Good land f reshmo n DAVIS, JAMES, Pratt freshman DAVIS, MARK, Garden City freshman DAVIS. RICHARD, Haviland junior DAVIS, STANLEY, Saline freshman DAVIS, SUSAN, KonopolEs freshman DAY, M Aft J OR I E , Giber n e sopHom ore 267 Classes Da-De DAY, MAURiClA, Arkansas City [uniar DAY, ROBERTA, Lenora junior DEAN, JERRY, Glen Elder junior DEAN, JILL, Lincoln, Neb. junior DEAN, RONNI E, Glen Elder sophomore DEARDORFF, MERLE, Luray sophomore DEBES, DARLENE, Claflin freshman DEBES, JOE, Hoisington freshman DEBES, ROBERT, Cloflin junior DE BEY, WAYNE, Cawker City freshman DECHANT, DAVID, Hoys freshman DEEDS, ROBIN, Montezuma freshman DEEDS, SHERRY, Bird City sophomore DEGARMO, LARRY, Obthe freshman DEGENHARDT, DON, Hays sophomore DEGENHARDT, RAY, Hays sophomore DE GOOD, LANNY, St. Fronds sophomore DEHM, DONALD, Pleasanton, Neb. junior DEINES, DENNIS, WoKeeney freshman DEI N ES, J ILL, Wo Keeney sophomore DEINES, KELLY, WoKeeney junior DEINES, RICK, WoKeeney sophomore DEISER, PETE, LoCrosse freshman DEJMAL, JOE, Narko junior DE LAN EY, J ER EL, Al ton fresh ma n DEMAREE, KATHY, Goodiond freshmon DEMOSS, KAREN, Osborne freshman DENNING, THOMAS A., Hoys freshman 268 Classes De-Do DENNING, THOMAS, Ellis freshmon DENTON. C STEWART, Atwood freshman DEP JESSE, LARRY, Great Send junior DE SAJR, H h F,, Domtif sophomore DESAIRE, MARVA, Saline freshman DEVLIN, BERNE, Colby freshman DEWEES, JANE, Prairie Village sophomore DIBBLE, JAMES, Alton sophomore DIBLE, DERESA, Rexford junior DICK, ANN, Lyons sophomore DICK, JOHN, Dodge City junior DICK, RODNEY, Lucas freshman DICK, ROSA LEE, Burdett sophomore DICKMAN, GARY, Colby junior DIECK, KENNETH, Waukegan, EEL junior DIEHL, HENRY, Brookville freshman DIEHL, RONNIE, Brookville freshman DIEHL, WALTER, Jetmore freshman DIERBERGER, SAM, Beatrice, Neb. junior DIERBERGER, TIM, Beatrice, Neb, sophomore D I E RS, LEON, Caw kcr City junior DEES, GENEVA, Hoys sophomore D I ET Z, CAROL A Ot is f resh ma n DIETZ, CAROL K., WoKeeney sophomore DIETZ, CLAUD I A, Leba no n $o pho more DILLON, MARY, Mankato freshmen DINGES, MARLENE, Ness City freshmon DINKEL, BRENDA, McCracken freshman DIXON, BRENDA, Great Bond junior DIXON, NANCY, Great Bend junior DOAK, DEBBY, Leawood sophomore DOAN, VICKI, Preston sophomore DODRlLL, DEBORAH, Denver, Colo, sophomore DODSON, LIBBY, Russell freshman DOERFLER, CHARLES, Hays freshmon DOL ECH £ K , L A R R Y, W 1 Ison sopho more DOLECHEK, MARY, Gofiin funior DOLL, DOUG, Ell inwood sophomore DOLL. GARY, Healy sophomore DOLL, MARK, lilmwood freshman 269 Classes Do-Du POLL, SUSAN, Ingalls sophomore DOME, SHARON, Hays freshman DOMINQUEZ, ELIA, Leoti junior DONAHEY, DARYL, Logon junior DONALDSON, DESfiY, Dodge City freshman OONATH, DARLENE, Kansas City Freshman DO NO HOE, ANITA, Ness City junior DOOLEY, NORMAN, Hays junior DORAN, RICHARD, Harlan, Iowa freshman DGUD, DAVID, Lawrence freshman DOUD, RISE, Cawker City freshman DOUGHERTY, ELIZABETH, Groat Bend sophomore DO UGHERTY, JIM, Colby sop homo re DOXON, PATRICIA, Gove sophomore DRACH, JOHN, Dodge City junior DRAPER, SHERRY, Hays freshman DREHER, SHEILA, Hays freshman DREILING, DOR, I AN Walker sophomore DREILING, EUGENE, Shawnee Mission junior DRE1LING, FLORENCE, Great Bend sophomore DREIUNG, JANE, Hays freshman DRE I LING, JUDY, Shawnee Mission freshmon DREILING, KATHY, Victoria freshmon DREIUNG, LOIS, Hays sophomore DRE I L I NG, MARI LYN, Walker f reshmon DREILING, MARK, Hays sophomore DREILING, PAMELA, Ellis sophomore DREIUNG, RENE, Victoria junior DRE I L I NG, ROGER, Hoys f reshmon DREIUNG, SHERYL, Hays sophomore DRESSMAN, SHAN A, Good land sophomore DU BQI$, DIANA, Sato n?o freshmon DUGAN, JUDY, Osborne sophomore DUMIER, LARRY, Russell freshman DUNCAN, VON, Great Bend junior DUNEKACK, LARRY, Great Bend junior DUNKEL, DAVID, Abilene freshman DUNKEL, SADONIA, Abilene junior DUNN, DAWN, Dodge City sophomore DUNN, GARY, Plains junior 270 Classes Du-En DUNNING, ALAN, Stockton f resh m on DUPREE, MARY, Kinsley sophomore DURR, RANDY, Dodge City freshman OURYEE, DONALD, WoKeeney junior DUS I N, KARL, Phillipsburg sophomore DYCK, JAMES, Syracuse junior DYCK, TIMOTHY, Syracuse freshman DYE, GEORGE, Norton freshman ICHER, STEVEN, Russell sophomore ECK. MIKE, Sharon freshman ECKERT, MICHAEL, Great Bend junior EC KH A R DT, DON N A, Obe rl in sop homore EDDY, ALICE, Solino Freshman EDMINSTER, JO, Junction City junior EDMUNDSON, DEENA, Wichita freshman EDWARDS. BEVERLY, Meade sophomore EDWARDS, PEGGY, Greensburg sophomore EDWARDS, WILLIAM, Jewell sophomore EGGERS, HENRY, Yates Center junior EHLY, MARSHA, LaCroSse sophomore EH RL I CH, JEFF, Dodge City ju Nor E I C KB U S H , L I ND A, Me Pherso n f resh mo n ELDER, CAROL, Soli no sophomore ELDER, CRISTIE, Kmgmon freshman ELDER, GRADY, Saiina junior ELUNGBOE, SUE, Hays_ freshman ELLIOTT, ALLEN, Hill City junior ELLIOTT, ANITA, Phillipsburg sophomore ELLIOTT, BILL, Hill City sophomore ELLIOTT, JACQUELYN, Leon sophomore ELLIS, ELAINE, Kingman sophomore ELLSWORTH, TERRY, Otorhe sophomore ELMORE, ELDON, Rozel junior E L MQ U I ST, C H ARLE S, L i ndsi bo rg f resh ma n ELNIFF, RONALD, Randall junior ELSEY, JOHN, Garden City junior ENGEL, DEVONA, Great Bend freshman ENGEL, DONNA, Bison sophomore ENGEL, KENNETH, Ellis sophomore ENGEL, LUCILLE, Ellis sophomore 271 Carved In rce 1 the Fort Hays Tiger makes its appearance at the tall RA workshop. Classes En-Fa ENGELLAND, CHERYL, Nickerson junior ENGLAND, MERLENE, Hutchinson junior ENGUNG, ORVAL, Luray fresh man ENGLISH, RITA, Lenexa freshman ENRIGHT. GLORIA, hays freshman ENSLOW, MARY ANN, Lokin sophomore ERBERT, GREG, Russell freshman ERICHSEN, KATHLEEN, Ellsworth sophomore ERWAY, L YLE, Lorried junior ESFELD, JANE, Greet Bend junior ESFELD, VAL, Portis junior ESTES, MICHAEL, Buckltn f unbr EUBANK, BARBARA, Protection sophomore EVANS, DAVID, Russell junior EVANS, DIANE. Hoys junior EVANS, PAULA, Leo wood freshmen EVANS, RANDY, Gove freshman EVEL, RONALD, Arnold sophomore EWY, JOHN, Hanson junior FAIMON, SUSAN, Stratton. Neo. sophomore FAIR, JAMES, Hutchinson junior FAKES, CQNNI E, Jeimoro freshman FARMER, MARIE, Menlo sophomore FARR, JANE, Great Bend junior FARRIS, GARY, Edson sophomore 272 Classes Fa-Fo FAUIKENDER, JOYCE, Sh Francis junior FAULKENDER, ROGER, $L Francis junior FAULKNER, CHERI E, Stafford freshman FAULKNER, DAVID, Hays freshman FEHRENBACHER, LONNIE, Kinsley junior FE1KERT, LARRY, St. Francis junior FELDT, RONALD, Park freshman FELZIEN, MARLA, Benkelman, Neb, sophomore FERLAND, JANET, Zurich junior FIELDER, PHILIP, Belleville freshman FIELDER, RON, Belleville junior FILE, DEE, Beloit sophomore FINGER, DON, Raze I sophomore FISCHER, WILLIAM, Tescati junior FISH, MARTHA, WaKeeney freshman FISHER, DONNA, St. John sophomore FISHER, JUNE, Palco freshman FISHER, ROLLIE, Norton junior FISHLER, PEG, Central CEry, Neb. freshman FI XS EN, RANDALL, Good load freshman FLAGLER, LAQU1TA, CoJIyor junior FLAIG, SUSAN, Hastings, Neb, freshman FLAKUS, MARY ANN, Ellinwaod junior FLAMIK, EARL, Rush Center Sophomore FLASKA, STEVE, Oberlin freshman FLAX, MARY, Oakley, junior FLEMING, DIANE, Kanopolis sophomore f l ESKE, KAREN, Pawnee Rock sophomore FLETCHER, CINDI, Leaf sophomore FUNN, SHEILA. Ellis freshman FOGO, JAMES, Burr Oak sophomore FOLCK, GARY, Lyons junior FOGS, PATRICIA, Shields freshman FORD, TOM, Hugoton freshman FORPAHL, PENNY, Harper freshman FORSBERG, KENNETH, Scandia freshman FORT, GREGORY, Ulysses freshmon FORTUNE, JERRY, Hays sophomore FOSTER, ANN, Hays sophomore FOX, LANCE, Stafford sophomore 273 Classes Fr-Ge FRACK, j ANYTH, Ingots sophomore FRACK. LINDA. Kiowa Sophomore FRANCIS, MEUSSA, Hunter freshman F RAN K, S A L L Y, H ays f resh man FRANKO r MARK, Hutchinson junior FRAZEY, LINDA, Hoxie |umor FREEMAN, DAVE, Kansas City freshman FRENCH, LESLIE, Great Bend sophomore FRENCH, YVONNE, Great Bend junior FRICK, STEVEN, Kinsley freshman F RICKER, ROGER, Lebanon sophomore FRIEDERICH, JUDY, Green sophomore FRIEDERICH, RANDALL, Green junior FRIEDLY, DOUGLAS, Beaver junior FRIEND, JOAN, Plainville junior FRIESEN, SUSAN, Colby funior FROST, JANA, Springdale, Ark. sophomore FULLER, LARRY, Hays freshman FUR BECK, CINDY, LaCrosse sophomore GAB E L, DE N N 1 5, H a ys j u n lor GAITHER, CASSANDRA, WoKeeney freshman GALLAGHER, STAN, Hoxie junior GALLAUGHER, PAMELA, Medians Lodge sophomore GALHARDT, DONALD, Hays freshman G ALLION, IVAN, Satina freshman GANSEL, RICHARD, Htil City sophomore GARDEN, BETH, Sterling freshman GARDNER, ELAINE, Saline junior GARRETT, CATHEY, WoKeeney sophomore GARRETT, DEBORAH, Great Bend sophomore GARWOOD, JAMES, Russet I freshman GARWOOD, JAN, Hoys junior GASCHLER, DENNIS, Ness City junior GASKELL, MFKE, Mustotoh junior GASKILL, DON, Ulysses freshman GASSMANN, ANTHONY, Dresden junior GATES, RALPH, Lyons sophomore GECHTER, KAY, Cimarron sophomore GE1ER, ALAN, Garden City junior GENGLER, STANLEY, Beloit junior 274 Classes Ge-Go GEORGE, EDDIE, Johnson sophomore GERRIIZEN, JEANETTE, Great Bend freshman GERSTENKORN, DEBORAH, Great Bend sophomore GERSTENKORN, LINDA, Athol freshman GERSTNER, MYRON, Hays freshman GH OLSON, JANE, Podge City sophomore GIBB, STANLEY, Elmdata freshman GIEBLER, KAREN, Hays freshman GIEBLER, ROBERT, Hays fresh mon GIEBLER, SHARON, Hays junior GlENGER, GWYN, St. Fronds junior GlESE, BARBARA, Bakersfield, Go I if, junior GIFFORD, BELINDA, Kinsley sophomore GILBERT, MICHAEL Dighion sophomore GILES, DEBBI E, Solina junior GILES, MIKE, Lorned sophomore GlLGER, JOHN, Garden City sophomore GILKERSON, VERLIN, Oakley junior GILLEN, COLLEEN, Ulysses freshman GILLEN, JOHN, Gaylord Freshman GILLETTE, TRUDY, Dodge City sophomore GINGLES, LEONARD, Philltpsburg sophomore GINGRAUX, DAN, Derby junior GIROT, BOBBI, Hill City freshman GLASSMAN, JOHN, Solino freshman GLASSMAN, MARY, Hoys GLEASON, MARK, Kinsley GLEUE, DAVID, Belleville GLEUE, LOSINE, Belleville GLEUE, STEVEN, Bfllaville sophomore freshman junior junior sophomore GLOVER, PAM, Greensburg junior GNAD, DAVID, Ellis freshman GNAD, SHIRLEY, Ellis junior GOB I N , S H AROL YN , Over! q nd Park junior GODFREY, DICK, Great Bend junior GOEBEL, KENNETH, Wilmore sophomore GOODWIN, JAN, Belleville junior GOODWIN, PAMELA, Lincoln junior GORDON, CONSTANCE, Dodge City junior GOTH, WARREN, Abilene sophomore 275 Classes Go-Ha GOUDY, LINDA, Maeksvilte freshman GOWER, BETTY, Phillipsburg sophomore GRABBE, RICHARD, Hoys freshman GRA8BE, ROSEMARl E, Hoys sophomore GRABLE, JUUE, Wothanci junior GRAF, NORMA, Great Bend sophomore GRAFEL, SHEILA, Herndon freshman GRAHAM, JERRY, Mahaska freshman GRAHAM, SHARON, Q winter junior G R A H AM, STE V E, Mi Iton vale f res h ma n GRAVELLE, JAMES, Minoa, Nh Y l freshman GRAVER, AMBER, Rush Center freshman GRAVES, AVA, Grand Island, Neb, freshman GRAVES, YVETTE, Hardtner sophomore GRAY, ALICE, Phillipsburg sophomore G RAY, CH ARl ES, Chase f re sh man GRAY, FRANK, Topeka freshman GRAY, JIM, Genesee sophomore GREEN, JAMES, Wichita sophomore GREEN, ROXY, luray sophomore GREGG, GEORGE, Sterling junior GREGORY, VLRL, Alton freshman GRIFFIN, LOIS, Almeno freshman GRIFFITHS, SOB, North Pfotte, Neb. sophomore GRiPPlN, GARY, Russell sophomore GROSS, ALEXIA, Hoys freshman GROSS, DOLORES, Hays freshman GROSS, JOHN, Victoria sophomore GROSS, JUDY, Victoria freshman GROSS, LESTER, Hoys sophomore GROSS, MARIE, Hoys sophomore GROVES, PAMELA, Hutchinson junior GRUBER, VICKY, Russell freshman GRUNWALD, GLEN, Pawnee Rock junior GRUSlNG, LAVQN, Leoti junior GUNN, STEVEN, Hardy, Neb. junior GUSTAFSON, MARY LOU, Hill City sophomore GWALTNEY, GARRETT, Norton sophomore HAAS, ANTHONY, Hays junior HAAS, JANE, Ness City freshman 276 Coed football is a common fail activity at Custer Hall, the only coed dorm on campus. Classes Haa-Ha HAAS, SHARON, Hoisington freshman HAASE, RALPH, Sahno sophomore HADLEY, JULIA, Norton freshman HADLEY, STEVEN, Wichita sophomore HAGER, LINDA, Clayton sophomore HAGERMAN, SHIRLEY, Lamed junior HAHN, RICH, Dodge City freshman HALE, PATRICE A, Ulysses sophomore HALL, STEVEN, GorfEdd freshman HAL LACK, DONNA, Belleville freshman HAILING, JEANETTE , Honston freshman HALLSNG, MELVIN, LaCrosse Junior H AMM. C A ROLY N, Kins ley f resh ma n HAMMEKE, THOMAS, Belpre freshmon HAMMER, DONALD, Norway freshman HAMMER, PATRICIA, Elf in wood sophomore HAMMERSCHM3DT, JEANETTE, Hoys freshman HAMMERSCHMIDT, KATHY, Hays sophomore HAMMOND, GERALD, Caats sophomore HAMPTON, RICHARD, Tribune junior HANEKE, CRAIG, Great Bend freshman HANEY, JANET, Concordia junior HANHARDT, RONALD, Bison sophomore HANSEN, DIXIE, Smith Center junior HANSEN, EARL, Alexander junior 277 Classes Ha-He HANSEN, J I M, Lincoln sophomore HARBAUGH, BRENDA, Lake City freshman HAR BAUGH, PAUL Kiowa junior HARBIN, MAR!A, Hays sophomore HARBIN, RUTH, Hoys freshman HARDIN, CINDY, Newton freshman HARDIN, CONNIE, Newton sophomore HARDING, VERNON, Isabel junior HARDY, DAVID, Long Island freshman HARKNE5S, J ANE, Ransom sophomore HARMAN, CONRAD, Jennings junior HARMAN, PETE, Jennings fresh man HARMAN, STEVEN, Hays freshman HARMS, DONNA, Hoisingron sophomore HARNESS, KATHRYN, Kansas City sophomore HARREL, MARY, Burlington, Colo, junior HARRIS, CYNTHIA, Liberal freshman HARRIS, JENNI FER, St, John freshmon HARRISON, TAD, Oakley sophomore HA5ELHORST, BELINDA, McCracken freshman HASEL HORST, DANIEL, Gorham sophomore HASELHORST, JOYCE, Hoys freshman HASELHOR5T, LEON, Gorhom freshman HASKETT, JANE, Phillipsburg junior HASKETT, PAULINE, Phillipsburg sophomore HATCH, DENNIS, Benkelman, Neb. junior HATTEN, MARY JO, Abilene freshman HAYDEN, SALLY, Good land freshmon HAYDEN, SHIRLEY, Lamed sophomore HAYES, LINDA, Hastings Neb, freshman HAYES, PHILIP, Hoys freshmon HAYNES, CYNTHIA, lorned freshman HAYSE, BETH, Greens burg sophomore HAZE ETON, ELLEN, Abilene freshman HEATHER, BROOKE, Hays freshmon HEDGE, WILLIAM, Colby freshman HE EKE, THERESA, Spearville freshman HEFFEL, DAVID, Osborne junior HEIN, RICHARD, Groinfield junior HEINZ, JANET, Fowler junior 278 Classes He-Hi HEINZ, MARY BETH, Kinsley freshman HEINZE, ALLAN, New Poit , N, Y, sophomore HlINZE, ALVIN, Wicbito Junior HEJNY, GARY, Otis junior HELEN, GERALD, Brewster freshmen HELLERUD, ROBERT, Goodland junior HELM, MARILYN, Hoys freshman HELM, WILBER J., Solino junior HEMMY, JAMES D,, SolEna sophomore HEMPHILL, MICHAEL, Lawrence freshman HENDERSON, KAREN, Wrchito freshman HENDRICKSON, LARRY, Almena sophomore HENNfGH, KA1 HLEEN, Ulysses junior HENNING, DONNA, Ransom fresh mon HERL, DENNIS, Hays junior HERMAN, EDDIE, Utica freshman HERONEME, JOYCE, Eifis iuftior HERRING, HAROLD, Wichita sophomore HERRMAN, BECKY, LaCrosse sophomore HERRMAN, ELAINE, LaCrosse junior HERRMAN, KAREN, Liehemhol freshman HERRMAN, LEO, LaCrosse junior HERRMAN, LOIS, Hoys sophomore HERRMAN, ROCHELLE, Hoys sophomore HLRRMANN, DELORES, Kinsley junior HERRMANN, PATRICIA; Kinsley freshman HER RM A N N , RON A LD, Dod g e City j u n io r HERSHBERGER, SHERRY, HuTohinson sophomore HERZOG, LESTER, Quinter sophomore HESSENFLOW, CHUCK, Oberlin sophomore HESSER, GARY, Beatrice, Neb, freshman HESSMAN, L ' JEAN, Dodge City sophomore HESSMAN, STEVE, Dodge City junior HESTER, PAM, Bueklin sophomore HEUBLEIN, DIANNE, Isabel sophomore HEUBLElN, LARRY, Isabel junior HEWSON, STEVEN, Lamed junior HEYEN, CONNIE, Kinsley junior HIATT, STAN, Wellington sophomore HlCSCEL, BARBARA, Efftawood freshman 279 Classes Hi-Ho HICKMAN, RANDALL, Vista, Calif, freshman HICKMAN, SHARON, Lucas junior HICKS, DAVID, Good land fresh moo HIEGERf, CHERYL, Wichita freshman HILL, BARBARA, Abilene freshman H I LL, IE D, Logo r sophomore HILLER, MARCIA, Pork freshman H I NSH AW, G A I L r Hovi la nd f res h man HiftD. STEVEN C-f Lawrence sophomore HI $H, CYNTHIA, Nickerson junior HIXON, ROND A, Pawnee Rock junior HLADEK, LARRY, Wokeeney freshman HLAUS, FRANK, Wilson freshman HOCH, ROBERT, Wilson freshman HOCH, STEPHEN, Wilson junior HOCHMANl, STEVEN, Konopolis freshman HODGES, jENNIE, Geneseo sophomore HOFFHAUS, KAREN, Great Bend sophomore HOFFMAN, CYNTHIA, Sublette junior HOFFMAN, DON, Hays Freshman HOFFMAN, JOHN, Logon sophomore HOFFMAN, SUE ELLEN, Sublette freshman HOFLIGER, ROBERT, Dighton freshman HOKE, PATRICIA, Hoys sophomore NOLL, STEVEN, Lincoln junior Freshmen faced The frustration of replan- ning schedules when popular sections closed the last day of enrollment. 280 mm Classes Ho-Hu HOLLER, HARRIS, Gorham sophomore HOLLIMAN, MICHAEL, 5 . Francis sophomore HOLLIMAN, PATRICK, St, Francis junior HOLLINGSWORTH, CYRlA, Phiilipsburg freshman HOLMES, LARRY, Schoenchen freshman HOLOPIREK, KENNETH, Timken junior HOLSTON, ANGELA, Salma junior HONAS, JAMES, Ellis freshman HONAS, JERRY, Ellis sophomore HON DE R I CK, NEAL, LoCrosse f reshma n HOOPER, LJNDA, Boguo junior HOOVER, BRENDA, Bozine freshman HOOVER, JAMES, PhilHpsburg sophomore HOPKINS, STEVEN, Council Bluffs, la. freshman HORCHEM, PAULA, Ransom freshman HORN, ROGER, Phiilipsburg junior HORNER, ANDY, Liberal junior HORNER, JAY, Liberal freshman HORNING, ROSANNE, Ransom junior HORYNA, JOYCE, Bison sophomore HORYNA, SHIRLEY, Hanston freshman HOTH, ALICE, Holyrood junior HOUSE, BETTY, Profl sophomore HOUSE, RODGER, Medicine Lodge junior HOUSTON, HELEN, Norton sophomore HOUSTON, RUTHONA, Lincoln junior HOWARD, JESSE, Kismet junior HOWARD, SHARON, Si, Francis freshmon HOWE, RHONDA, Hanston freshman HOWELL, STELLA, St. Matthew, S. G sophomore HUCK, C. JANE, Protection junior HUDDLESTON, KATHY, Alexander freshman HUDSON, CHRISTINE, Great Bend junior HUEBNER, GLORIA, Nicodemus freshmon HUGHES, JOHN, Marysville freshman HUGO, CORNELIUS, Venezuela freshman HU1TT, NANCY, Pratt sophomore HUMPERT, MARY, Abilene junior HUNLEY, RICKEY, Hudson sophomore HUNT, RHONDA, Philiipsburg freshmen 28 1 Classes Hu-Je HUNTER, RUTH, Mankato sophomore HURLBUT, SHARON, Lucas sophomore HURST, DIANNA, Oberlin freshman HURST, KENNY, Ness City freshman HUSER, PAULA, Hoys freshman HUSUG, KATHLEEN, Oaflin freshman HUSLIG, VICKIE, Ctaflfn sophomore HU5TED, ANiTA, Liberal sophomore HUSTON, BOB, Hays freshman HUSTON, ROSEMARY, Abilene freshman HUTCHINSON, THOMAS, Wakeeney freshman EDEKER, VICKI, Rozel freshman INGRUM, PATRICIA, Abilene junior INSLEY, RONALD, Hays junior IRBY, RICHARD, Liberal sophomore 1SHAM, STEPHEN, Salt Lake City, Utah sophomore IVEY, RICK, PLatnvilLe junior JACKSON, ROBERT, Norcatur junior JACOBS, BRENDA, Edmond junior JACOBS, DEBRA, Hays junior JACOBS, JANET, Hays junior JACOBS, KATHLEEN, Russell junior JACOBS, MARY, Russell junior JACOBS, SHARON, Hays junior JACOBS, WILLIAM, Pfeifer junior JACQUES, KAREN, Ellis freshman JAHAY, EMILY, Ettinwood freshman JAKUBSEN, PAUL, New Haven, Conn, junior JAMES, LYNDA, Rexford junior JAMES, PATRICK, Pueblo, Colo, sophomore JAMES, RICHARD, Hugoton freshman JANKOV1TS, GERY, Herndon sophomore JANNE, DONNA, Wilson sophomore JANSONIUS, JULIE, Prairie View junior JEMISON, ERLENE, Osborne sophomore JENSEN, CYNTHIA, Sublette freshman JENSEN, DAVID, Lincoln freshman JENSEN, GALEN, Lincoln freshman JENSEN, KATHLEEN, Grinneil freshman JENSEN, MAREN, Hays sophomore 282 Classes Ji-Ka JIMENEZ, LOUIS, Hoys sophomore JJNDRA, RUTH, Simpson junior JOHNSON, BARBARA, Hoys junior JOHNSON, CASEY, Groined freshman JOHNSON, DONNJ5, Lamed junior JOHNSON, FRED A., tamed junior JOHNSON, FRED, GrainfEdd junior JOHNSON, GAYLORD, Wichita sophomore JOHNSON, GINGIE, Hays sophomore JOHNSON, GREGORY, Courtland sophomore JOHNSON, JAMES, Lamed freshman JOHNSON, JAN, Beloit junior JOHNSON, JOHANNA, Lenorc freshman JOHNSON, JOHN, Hoys sophomore JOHNSON, LINDA, Wichita freshman JOHNSON, PATRICK, Kirwin sophomore JOHNSON, PEGGY, Kirwin sophomore JOHNSON, SANDRA, Hoys sophomore JOHNSON, SARAH, Plainville sophomore JOHNSON, SUSAN, St, Francis junior JOHNSTON, SHANANN, Russell junior JONES, ANDERSON, Chinle, AriE. freshman JONES, DONNA, Ashland junior JONES, JAY, Penoiosa junior JONES, MAR YU N, Bird Cdy freshman JONES, NORA, Junction City junior JONES, SUSAN, Overland Park freshman JON ES, V f RG 1 L, Form o o so p homor e JORGENSEN, LINDA, Lincoln freshfnon JORGENSEN, REXANN, Lincoln freshman JOSS, AVA, Halcomb junior JULIAN, BASIL, Johnson sophomore JUNO, ELVITA, Otis junior KARBAN, KAYLENE, Wilson junior KARLIN, CHARLES, Hays junior KARLIN, DAVE, Hays freshman KARLIN, LINDA, Hays sophomore KARLIN, M A RG AR E T, H a ys f reshma n KARUN, MARY, Hays freshman KARUN, SUSAN, Hoys freshman 283 Classes Ka-Ki KASHKA, ANTOINETTE, Goodland sophomore KASSELMAN. LINDA, Ellinwood sophomore KASTENS, GARY, Herndori freshman KASTENS, JAYNE, Herndon junior KASTER, GARY, Natamo junior KATZENMEIER, DANA, Norton sophomore KAUFMAN, CARLA, Bunker Hill freshman KAUFMAN, ROGER, Dorranee freshman KEAGY, DAVID, Derby junior KEARNS, DAVID, Phillipsburg freshman KEITH, DANA, Almeno sophomore KEITH, DIANA, Penokee junior KEITH, EDWARD, Almeno junior KELL, DONALD, Junction City freshman KELLER, JAMES, Pueblo, Colo, freshman KELLER, KEN, Si. John sophomore KELLER, MARY, Kinsley junior KELLER, SAM, Chase fresh man KELLEY, PAULA, Salanta freshman KELLY, WILLIAM, Lawrence freshman KEl.MAN, BEVERLY, Sublette freshman KE LINER, JIM, Meade sophomore KEMP, DIANNE, Winona junior KEMP, GEORGE, Winona freshman KENNEDY, HOWARD, Russell junior KENNEDY, KAROL, Plamville junior KENNEY, TOM, Minden, Neb. freshman KENYON, JOLENE, Bogue freshman KERN, DONNA, Smith Center freshman KERN, LINDA, Garden City junior KERR, DEWAYNE, Ness City sophomore KERR, GAYLEN, Ness City junior KESL, BARBARA, Clyde junior KESS1NGER, PAT, Wichita junior KETTERL, BERNARD, Herndon freshman KINDERKNECHT, CHARLES, Hays junior KINDERKNECHT, DIXIE, Hoys sophomore KINDERKNECHT, SHIRLEY, Grinnell sophomore KING, ELIZABETH, Hays freshman KINGSLEY, DOUGLAS, Ellis sophomore 284 Classes Ki-Ko KIRK, GREG, Buckl in freshman KIRK, JQHNNA, Bucklin sophomore KIRK, RANDALL, Bueklln junior KIRK, SHERYL, Winona freshman KIRK, TERRY, Winono junior KISNER, DONNA, Hoys freshman KITTS, MELVIN, Formosa junior KLAUS, ALEX, Hoys sophomore KLAUS, RICHARD, McCracken sophomore KLEIN, FAYE, Burdett junior KLEIN, JERRY, Pfeifer sophomore KLEIN, LYNDEN, Burdett junior KLENDA, TIM, Lincolnville freshmen KLETCHKA, RON, Wlchtio sophomore KLINE, KATHY, Greof Bend freshman KLINZMANN, MARILLA, Agra junior KNEGHT, DONNA, Stockton freshman KNIGHT, PETER, Manchester, N, H, freshman KNOX, CONNEE, Brewster sophomore KNOX, SUSAN, South Haven fresh mon KOCH, ELVIN, Great Bend junior KOEHN, DARRELL, Greensburg freshman KOERNER, BARBARA, Ness City freshman KOERP ERICH, ELAINE, SeJden sophomore KOETT, JMELDA, Hoys sophomare Cold weather and snow can come unex- pectedly in western Kansas, but this coed seems to be prepared to face the January chill. 285 Classes Ko-La KOHL, BARBARA, Ellis freshman KOHL, KENNETH, Ellis freshman KLQ8, KEVIN, PhiNlpsburg sophomore KOGN5, LYNN, Page City junior KOG TZ, KATHLEEN, Kanopolis freshman KOPTIK, JANET, Great Bend freshman KORTE, MICHAEL, Colby junior KQSTER, ARTHUR, Cawker City freshman KOSTER, RONALD, Cawker City junior KOSTER, MARLA, Cawker City sophomore KOTTWITZ, ELIZABETH, Great Bend junior KOUGH, JERI, Winona junior KOUGH, MICHAEL, Winono freshman KRAFT, GAIL, Gra infield freshman KRAFT, JANICE, Grainfield sophomore KRAMER. DENNIS, Marysville freshman KRAMER, JOE, Great Bend sophomore KRAMPE, LYNN, Seward sophomore KRAUS, PAM, Hays junior KRAUS, ROBERT, Groinfield sophomore KRAUSE, PEG, Albion, Neb. freshman KREHBl EL, BARBARA, Healy junior KREH81EL, LAWRENCE, Heoly junior KRiLEY, KAY, Esban freshman KROBOTH, FRANK, Wilson junior KROBOTH, JIM, Wilson freshman KRO USE, C A RQ L, Lea wood freshman KRUG, SHARON, LaCrosse sophomore KUGLER, VICKI, Esbon sophomore KUHLMAN, DEVON, Kensington freshman KUHN, BARBARA, Ellis freshman KUHN, CARLE, Cawker City sophomore KUHN, ED, Victoria freshman KUHN, JUDITH, Ellis sophomore KUHN, RONALD, Ptoinvilfe sophomore KUNZA, ROBERT, Hoys sophomore KURTZ, SHARYL, Alton junior LA AS, LARRY, Brookvifle sophomore LA GOSS, GREG, Wichita junior LA COUNT, RONALD, Norton junior 286 Classes La-Le LADENBURGER, DANIEL, Oakley freshmen L AH E Y, S AR A H, Moscow sop ho more LAMMY, SHARON, Wichita junior LANDAU ER, DONNA, Norron freshman LANE, PATRICIA, Lincoln junior LANG, DENNIS, Hoys junior LANG, DUANE, Ellis junior LANG, GERALD, WoKeeney freshman LANG, PAUL Hoys junior LANG, THOMAS. Hays freshman IANGHOFER, KATHY, Russell freshman LANGLEY, CANDACE, Lorned junior LANTERMAN, STEPHEN, Soltno [unior LARSON, BARBARA, Chapman sophomore LATHAM, CHERYL, HoUingron freshman LATTIMER, JAMIE, Lyons freshman LAUBHAN, LARRY, Russell sophomore LAWSON, MARYBETH, Milford freshman LAWVER, JOHN, Gaodland freshmen LAY, PATRICIA, Hope freshmon LAY, RUTH ANN, Hutchinson freshman LEACH, TERRY, Hutchinson Junior LEACH, TRENT, Lucas freshman LE CLAIR, BRUCE, MonkaTO freshmon LlGLEITER, BONNIE, Hays freshmon LEHMAN, JOHN, Prairie Village freshman LEIKAM., ARLENE, Hays junior LEIKER, ALLEN, Hays freshmon LEJKlft, CYNTHIA, Hoys freshman LEIKER, IRVIN, Hays sophomore LEIN WETTER, LYNETTE, Atwood freshman LElS, BARBARA, Fowler freshman LElS, DEBBIE, Fowler junior LElTNER, JOYCE, Herndon junior LElTNER, LINDa, Herndon sophomore LElTNER, PATRICIA, Herndon freshman LElTNER, RANDY, Herndon freshman LEMON, CLETA, Smith Cente sophomore LEONARD, DAVID, Lokin freshman LE ROCK, ALLAN, Plainville sophomore 2S7 Wee people are the main feature of Christmas fun. Classes Le-Lo LESAGE, MARY LOU, Concordia sophomore LESLEY, ROCKELLE, Dodge City junior LESTER, MARY JANE, Oskolooso junior LEWALLEN, LANIS, Winona sophomore UBSACK, CRAIG, Denver freshman LtEBL, CARL, OFferte freshman LIE0U CAROL, Claflin freshman L I E F F R I N G, JO, Wo the no v nior LlEURANCE, THOMAS, Kiowa sophomore LIGGETT, JANIE, Mullinvilie freshman LIGGETT, MAX D,, Mullinvilie junior LIGHT, JAMES, Ellis junior LIGHTNER, VIVIAN, PiereevMIe freshman LIN, EUGENE, Okinawa sophomore LINDAHL, JULIE, Russell freshman LINDBERG, NANCY, Great Bend junior L ] N DBE RG, SON J A , S u blet te f res h mo n L3NDENMAN, LOIS, Morbnd freshman U NEN BERGER, JAN ICE, Hays freshman LITZEN BERGER, NEILA, Jetmore sophomore LIVELY, DANA LEE, Sciina sophomore LIVINGSTON, ANN, Haviland freshman LIVINGSTON, CHER I, Stockton freshman IOEPPKE, SANDRA, lakin sophomore LOESCH, JAMES, Raymond freshman 288 Classes Lo-Ma LOFLIN, RICHARD, WaKeeney freshman LOGSDOlsI, CATHERINE Hays freshman LOGSDON, MAX. Hay 1 SQphomore L 0 HOEFENER, DEB, Oberlin freshman LOHRMEYER, ROGER, L 0-9 on junior LONG, THOMAS, Oay on junior LON NON, THOMAS, Hoys sophomore LOOK, LAWRENCE, Stockton freshman LOONEY, LEE, Ford freshman LORD, JAMES, Arvada, Colo, freshman LORENZ, ANITA, Bison freshman LOSEV, DAVID, Oakley junior LOSEY, KATHY, Oakley junior LJETTERS, DONNA, Ransom sophomore LUKINS, DANNY, Kiowa junior LUNDGREN, DARREL, Grove junior LUTZ, LOfS, Hays junior LYNCH, ROGER, Hugoton junior LYNN, DONALD, WaKecney sophomore MACE, HENRY, Oberlin freshman MADDEN, PATRICIA, Hill City sophomore MADDY, WILLIAM, Stockton freshmen MAHLMAN, LEE, Smith Corner sophomore MAHON, GEORGE, Clyde freshman MAI, CONNIE, Hoisington sophomore MAI. JOHN G,, Wo Keeney freshman MAI, JOHN, Great Bend freshman MAJERNIK, JOHN, Russell Sophomore MAJOR, LINDA, Beloit junior MAJOR. RONALD. Dor ranee freshman MAJORS, ALVIN, Wfchito freshman MALEY, DARREL, Logan sophomore MALONE, GERALD, Herndon freshman MALONE, JO, Ford freshman MALONE, MARY, ford freshmen MALSAM, DOUGLAS, Wa Keeney freshman MAISOM, CONNIE, Hoys freshman MANHART, DON, Gralnfield freshman MAN HART, LAWRENCE, GrO infield junior MANNING, JIM, Lorned freshman 289 Classes Man-Mat MANNING, YVONNE, Lycan, Colo, junior MANS, LARRY, Sharon sophomore MANS, SCOTT, Hoys freshman MAPES, JOHN, Nortat ur sophomore M ARCOTTE, MICHAEL, Victoria freshman MARESCH, JUDY, Nekoma sophomore MARIS, RONALD, Protection sophomore MARLETT, CONNIE, Hays freshman MARRS, DENTON, Meade freshman MARSTON, DELMA, Pioinviiie sophomore MARTI, SHARON, Bern sophomore MARTIN, CONSTANCE, Hays junior MARTIN, KAROL YN, Hoys sophomore MASSEY, DEBBIE, Liberal junior MASTERS, LARRY, Scott City sophomore MASTERS, ROBIN, Hoys freshman MATHES, JOAN, Kinsley freshman MATHES, MARY, Kinsley sophomore MATHES, SUSAN, Norton sophomore MATT3SON, SUSAN, Salma junior MATHEWS, DENISE, KinsEey freshmon MATKIN, MARLA, Buckiln sophomore MATTESON, DORIS, Phtllipsburg freshmon MAl ' TESON, JANE, Phillipsburg junior MATTSON, ROSALIE, Inman sophomore Can Santa ' s reindeer replacements really fly? 290 Classes Mau-Me MAUPIN, TOM, Paradise freshman MAURATH, DONALD, GraEnfield freshman MAXWELL, BILLIE J EAN, St, Cherries, Mq f freshman MAXWELL, ROBERT, Smith Center sophomore MAZOUCH, EUGENE, Timken sophomore MEASE, BARBARA, Isabel junior MECKENSTOCK, DAN, Hays junior MEDER, JEROME, Pfeifer freshman MEFFGRD, EDWARD, Smith Center junior MEIER, BETTY, Hoys freshman MEIER, LINDA, Hoys sophomore MEIER, RHONDA, Rozel sophomore MEIERS, TOM, Arkansas City junior ME! ROW SKY, JEANINE, Peabody freshman ME IS, HAROLD, Hoys freshman MEITL, BERNITA, Dresden freshman MEITLER, LINDA, Lucas freshman MEITNER, JIM, Olmitz freshman MELANDER, PATRICIA, Assario freshman ME LCHER, ANDREW, Sollna sophomore MENDENHALL, CONNIE, Gove junior MENZER, SHARON, Ofmitz junior MERMIS, CLYDE, Hoys freshman MERRJFI ELD, TERRY, Agra freshman MERRILL, STEPHANIE, Garden City sophomore Final exams involve last minute cramming for this Fort Hays coed. 291 Classes Me-Mi MERRITT, STEVEN, Newton Freshman MESECHER, DIANA, Lucas freshman MESSERLY, DEBRA, Sublette freshman METZLER, ROBERT, Brewster freshman MEYER, LORETTA, Dodge City junior MEYER, NATALIE, EMmwood freshman MICHAEL, TERRY, Great Bend sophomore MICHAEUS, BARBARA, Russell sophomore MICHEL, EDWAR D, Albert freshman MICHEL, STEVEN, Kiowa junior MICH EL, TON t, Kiowa sophomore MICKEY. WENDY, Saiino [uniar MILAM, VICKI, EHinwood sophomore MILBY, RHEA, Hostings, Neb, freshman Ml LEY, KATHEE, Kcnopolis freshman MILLER, J. ALAN, Ctaflin freshman MILLER, BLAINE, Philfipsburg freshman MILLER, DENIS, Kensington Freshman MILLER, EUGENE, Walker [ un ior MILLER, JUDY, Great Bend fresh mon MILLER, JUNE, Hotsington freshman M I LLER, KAREN, Albert freshman MILLER, KATHY, Holsington freshman MILLER, KENNETH, Sharon Springs freshman MILLER, LELAND, Albert freshman MILLER, LORETTA, Coilyer [uniar MILLER, MARILYN, Russell junior MILLER, PAM., McCracken freshman MILLER, ROBERTA, Great Bend junior MILLER, RONALD, Albert sophomore MILLER, STEPHEN D., Howard junior MILLER, STEVEN L, St, Francis junior MILLER, WAYNE, Burden sophomore MILLSTEAD, MARTHA, Overland Park freshman MINNEMAN, ROBERT, Teseott freshman MlRT, MICHAEL, Wellington freshman MISER, TIM, Cottonwood Falls sophomor e MITCHELL, CHARLES, Hugoton [unicr MITCHELL, GLORIA, Orleans, Neb. junior MIZE, ELDON, Turon freshman 292 Classes Mo-Mu MOHLER, BARBARA, Mankato junior MOHLER, CAROL, Mankato sophomore MONGEAU, KEITH, Zurich freshman MOORE, BOB, Ulysses freshman MOORE, DALE, Longmont, Colo, freshman MOORE, ED, Hoys junior MOORE, HERBERT JR,, Wichita sophomore MOORE, IRIS, GrinneJI sophomore MOORE, LARRY, Oakley junior MOORE, MARGARET, Greal Bend freshman MOOS, CAROL, PlainviPle sophomore MORAN, BRETT, Great Bend junior MORAN, JUDY, Hoys junior MQRELL, MARK, Wo Keeney freshman MORFORD, DONNA, Hays junior MGR FORD, SH ARMA N, Havitond sophomore MORGAN, DONNA, Smith Center junior MORGAN, LEXY, Dodge City freshman MORLEY, RONALD, Wichita freshman MGRRISH, MARY, Albuquerque, N. M. freshman MORTON, ROBERT W., Larned junior MORION, ROYCE, Ellis freshman MOSS, MARGARET, Ncnhridge, Cotif, junior MOTT, CRAIG, Kiowa sophomore MUELDENER, KARL, Lyons sophomore 293 Classes Mu-McC MUNM, GAYLE EN, Quinter freshman MUNN, LESLIE, Hays freshman MUNSCH, KENNETH, Ness City freshman MUNSCH, MARY, Hays freshman MUNSCH, MIKE, Bozine junior MURPHY, JOHN, Scott City freshman MURPHY, MIGNON, Utica freshman MUSGROVE, TRUDY, Natoima sophomore MYERS, STEPHEN D„ Barnard junior McAFEE, ME LINDA, Coa I Valley, 1 1 1 sophomore McAFEE, KATHY, Pa Ico freshman McATEE, FARRELL, Clerflin freshman McBRlDE, CATHY, Great Bend sophomore McBRlDE, R. LYNN, Colby junior McCAIM, CONRAD, Ludel! sophomore McCAlL, BARBARA, Quinter freshman McCALMONT, TANIA, Sublette sophomore McCANTS, LAWRENCE, Good land junior MCCARTNEY, ANDREW, Gorham freshman McCAULEY, JANELLE, Zurich junior McCLAREN, DENISE, Lewis freshman McCLAREN, SUSAN, Lewis junior McCLELLAND, GARY, Norton sophomore McCLURE, ALAN A, Republic sophomore McCLURE, VICTORIA, Formosa freshman Workmen labor to remove one of the elms which fel! victim +o Dutch elm disease. Many stately campus trees were removed because of the disease 294 Classes McC-McL McCONNELL, VICKI, Hays junior McCGRMAOC JOHN, Lakm sophomore McCORMlCK, LARRY, Great Bend junior McCULLEY, DAN, Oswego sophomore McCUNE, TERRY, Meade sophomore McDONALD, ARLEDA, Hays junior McELROY, DIANE, Randall freshman McELYEA, WALLACE, Medicine Lodge junior McFADDEN, GAYLE, Hanston sophomore McGOVERN, KATHLEEN, Gorden City sophomore McGOWAN, LOUISE, Salina junior McGOWAN, MELVA, Solino sophomore McGUIRE, BLAKE, Hoys freshman McGUIRE, MARLENE, Greensburg junior McGUERE, RONNIE, Greensburg freshmon McGU I RE, TERRY, Utica ju nior Me I NTOSH, SHER YLN, Oak Hill sophomore MclNTOSH, SUE, Cloy Center sophomore McKENNA, PATRICIA, Jennings sophomore McKINNEY, LYLE, Lewis freshman MeLAIN, LENNET, Satonta junior MCLAUGHLIN, ARLINDA, Hays junior MCLAUGHLIN, KEN, Hays junior McLEAN, BYRON, Protection junior McLELAND, DAVID, Great Bend sophomore Beauty and the Beast contestants prepare to have their picture taken for contest posters. 295 Classes McM-Ni MtMURRAY, DAVID, Marysvilte freshman McN AUGHT, RICHARD, Garden City junior McN I CHOLS, DOU GLAS, Burr Oa k ju nior MCWILLIAMS, RON, Sharon Springs fresh man NAUER, PAULA, Jennings junior NAYLOR, DOYLE, Dodge City junior NAYLOR, PATRICIA, Concordia freshman NEDROW, MARY, Kirwin sophomore NEITZEL, SHERRY, St. Francis junior NELSON, BARBARA, Derby junior NELSON, BARBARA E., Lincoln sophomore NELSON, BARBARA JEAN, Beloit sophomore NELSON, CAROLYN, Manhattan sophomore NELSON, KEVIN, Salina junior NELSON, OPAL, Rush Center junior NEMECHEK, MARY LOU, Goodland sophomore NEUBERGER, LQREY, Norton sophomore NEUFORTH, HAROLD, Great Bend junior NEWHALL, BERT, Bison freshman NEWBERRY, MARCY, Colby junior NEUMAN, BETTY, Ellsworth junior NEUMAN, MARK, Kanopolis freshman NICHOLAS, JOEL, Johnson sophomore NICHOLS, DOUGLAS, Assaria junior NICHOLS, JAMES, Alton freshman Alpha Phi Omega includes the Gustads in their caroling party during the Christmas season. Classes Ni-OI NICKELSQN, SHERYL, Oakley junior NIERMEIER, DEBRA, Stockton freshman NIERNBERGER, JOLENE, Ellis sophomore NILSSON, KAREN, Los Alamos, N. M, fresffman NINE Mi RE, DAVID, WaKeeney freshman NINEM1RE, LOUIS, Clayton freshman NIPPLE, FREDERICK, Moscow freshman NOAH, CAROLE, Hays junior NOBLE, DON, Topeka sophomore NQKES, RAY, Sharon Springs junior NOLL, DEBBIE, Wamego freshman NQNDORF, JOLEEN, Hoxie freshmon NORDEN, EDWARD, Kensington sophomore NORMAN, RICHARD, Norton junior NORTH, M ARV IN, Bl uff City ju nfc r NORTON, VERDE LLA, Pork fresh mo n NORTHROP, PEGGY, Jetmore junior NORVELL, JOE, Lincoln sophomore NOVINGER, CARL Plains sophomore NUSSER, TERRY, Jetmore freshman NUTSCH, LEON, Hill City sophomore NUZUM, LAURIE, Hutchinson ' ' sophomore OBERLE, GARY, Elltnwood freshman OBERLE, STEPHAN, Elltnwood junior OBERMU ELLER, DARYL, Lincoln sophomore OBORN.Y, DIANNE, Hays freshman OBORNY, MILLIE J., Timken junior OCHS, JOYCE, Russell Springs sophomore OCHS, RONALD, Utica junior OCHS, STEPHAN, Great Bend sophomore OCHSNER, ROBERT, St. Francis sophomore ODEGARD, STEVEN, Great Bend sophomore ODEN, BARBARA, Sterling junior ODLE, DIANE, Glen Elder junior 0ELKERS, CONNIE, McCracken freshmon. OESER, RANDY, Cloflin junior O ' HARA, CHARLES, SoEina junior OHNSAT, FRANCIS, Tipton freshmon OLOMON, DENISE, Goodland junior OLSON, CONNIE, Oberlin junior 297 Classes Ol-Pa OLSON, STACY C-, Jetmore sophomore OLSON, TURE, Luray sophomore OPDYCKE, VIRGINIA, Hutchinson junior ORR, LOYDE, Oberfin freshman OSBORNE, CHARLES, Hansfon sophomore OSBURN, JEAN I E, Peobody sophomore OSH ANT, TERRI E, Hoys sophomore OSHEL, JUDY, Holyrood sophomore OSTMEYER, JOHN, GrinneU freshman OTTE, LA VONNE, Great Bend sophomore OTTER, CHARLOTTE, New Almelo junior OWENS, CAROL, Hays freshmon PABST, DEANNA, Colby freshman PACKER, ANSEL, Marysville junior PAGE, DAVID C,, Salina freshmon PAGE, DOUGLAS, Monkoto freshmon PAGE, JAMES, Solino freshmon PAGET, WILLIAM, Lebanon sophomore PAHLS, EDWIN T., Cawker City, junior PAHLS, JANEL, Cawker City sophomore PALMER, JOHN, Waldo freshmon PANKRATZ, CHARLES, Morion sophomore PARISH, STEVE, St, John junior PARSER, KAREN, Wichita junior PARKER, LYNDA, Belpre sophomore Greek functions help pledges become ac- quainted with actives and pledges alike. Many Greeks agree that the park Is an excellent setting for such gatherings. 298 Soloist Terry Mai displays his talent as a vocalist during the November Varsity Band Show, Classes Pa-Pe PARKER, MARY, Ploinville freshman PARKER, ROBERT- PSainville sophomore PARROTT, MICHAEL, Colby junior PARTINGTON, CURTIS, Sterling freshman PAS E K , STEV EN, Dorr a nee fresh mo n PATCHEN, LARRY, Jetmore junior PEACOCK, GAYLA, Sylvia sophomore PEARCE, COLETTE, Beeler junior PEARSON, DENNIS, Asherville [unior PECK- MARY ILL Heoly freshman PEKAREK, JANET r Wilson sophomore PENKA, JOYCE, Garfield sophomore PENN LNGTON, JOYCE, Qa kley [unior PENN I NGTON, KIM, Augusta junior P E R K I N S, D 1 ANA LYNN E , LaC rosse f re sh mo n PEROUTEK, CHERYL, Esbon freshman PERRY- ROBERT, Scandio sophomore PETERS, STEPHEN, Good land freshman PETERS- TERRY, Goadtemd freshman PETER SON , D I AN A, L i n a $ bo r g f resh mo n P ETERSON, D3ANE, Stockton fresh mo n PETERSON, JERALD. Saline freshman PETERSON, LA RON, Conway junior PETTERA, KATHRYN, LudeM sophomore PETTIJQHN, SHARON, Stockton junior 299 Classes Pf-Po PFANNENSTI EL, DON, Schoenchen fresh man PFANNENSTJEL, DUANE, Ransom junior PFANNENSTI El, GERALD, Hoys junior PFANNENST1EL, JANICE, Collyer sophomore PFANNENSTI EL, JOANNE, Ness City freshman PFANNENSTJEL, JUDY, Victoria sophomore PFANNENSTIEL THOMAS, Hoys junior PFANNENST1EL, VERLIN, Hoys sophomore PFEIFER, BETTY, Garden City junior PFEIFER, MADONNA, Bogue junior PFEIFER, MARI E, Hoys freshman PFENNINGER, ROGER, Nekoma junior PFORTMILLER, CAROLYN, Notomo freshman PFLUGHOFT, KATHY, Geneseo ' sophomore PHELPS, EBER, Hays freshman PHIFER, SHERYL, Hays freshman PHILIP, SANDRA, Hoys freshman PHILLIPS, JOAN, Lamed sophomore PHILLIPPE, SARA, Liberal freshman PH YE, LINDA, Medicine Lodge junior PICKARD, KAREN, Vono, Colo, sophomore PICKARD, RITA, Vono, Colo, freshman PICKERING, CARLENE, WoKeeney junior PIN NICK, SHIRLEY, Minneolc freshman P3SHNY, LON, Waterville junior PIXLER, CYNTHIA, Smith Center freshman PIXLER, EDWIN, Smith Center junior PLANTE, BELINDA, Sollna sophomore PLEMONS, MARIE, Medicine Lodge sophomore PLYMELL, SHIRLEY, Scott City sophomore POAGE, DAVID, Almeno freshman POORE, LINDA, Stockton freshman POPE, DON, Junction City freshman PGPPEN, LINDA, Downs junior PORTER, JAN, Oberiin freshman POST, UNDA, Ploinville freshman POTTBERG, MARTHA, Downs freshmon POT TB ERG, MARY, Downs freshmon POTTER, KONNJE, Marysville freshmon POWERS, DOUGLAS, Groinfield freshmon POWERS, SHERAN, Hays junior 300 Classes Pr-Re PRICE, JIM, Marysville freshman PRICE, MARY ANN,£olla (unlor PROCHASKA, ROGER, Salma freshman PROSSER, JUDY, Great Bend sophomore PRU$A, STEVE, Bolton freshman PTACEK, KAREN, Russet! freshman PUGH, LAURA, St, Fronds Freshman PUGH, PATRICIA, Sf. Fronds sophomore PURVIS, SHARON, Weskan sophomore PUYEAR, MARSHA, Greensburg sophomore PUYEAR, MARTHA, Green sburg sophomore QUINT, RONALD, Hill City sophomore RASAS, JOYCE, Luray junior RABERDSNG, LUCINDA, Harper freshman RACETTE, LARRY, Larnad freshman RADCLIFFE, DANA, HEEt City sophomore RAlLE, CHARLENE, Goadland sophomore RA I LSBACK, MARIAN, Qberlin sophomore RAMPY, TROY, SedgwEck freshman RAMSEY, BEVERLY, Liberal sophomore RAND, CHARLENE, Clifton freshman RANDLE, NANCY, Ulysses freshman RANDOLPH, DONOVAN, Liberal freshman RANDOLPH, JANIS, Jennings sophomore RANKIN, JANET, Norton Freshman RATHGEBER, KEITH, Kiorfa junior RAJHUT, DUANE, Garden City sophomore RAUSCHER, MARY, Edsor freshman RAY, VICKY, Oberlin sophomore RAYL, KENT, Hutchinson sophomore REDGER, JANIS, Carlton junior REECE, STEVE, Downs freshman REED, B, J_, Hays junior REED, KATHLEEN, Colby junior REESE, NORM AD I N E, Logan sophomore REEVER, VERNON, Libera! sophomore REHA, MARK, Timken sophomore ftEHM, LORA, Obenm sophomore REiD, DONNA, Downs freshman REIMAN, CLARENCE W„ Hays freshman 301 Class Re-Ri REIMER, JAY, Inman sophomore RE I MER, RON, Meade freshman REIN, DALE, Bazine freshman REIN, JANICE, Bazine freshman REIN, KENNETH, Russell freshman REINKING, VICTOR, Tescott freshman REISER, ROCHELLE, Wichita sophomore REMPE, EDWARD, Plainville freshman REMPE, WALTER, Plainville junior RENNER, ROBERT, Oakley junior RENNER, SHARON, Goodland freshman RENNER, SUSAN, Monument sophomore REYER, CRAIG, Burdick freshman REYNOLDS, CYNTHIA, Natoma sophomore RHUDY, LAYTON, Lincoln freshman RICHMEIER, LAURA, Moreland freshman RICHMOND, DENNIS, Codell junior R1DDER, J IM, Marienthol sophomore RIDDLE, DEBBIE, Wichita freshman RIDLER, GLADYS, Hays junior The spring-like weather, common throughout the year, made living easy. 302 Classes Ri-Ro Rl EDEL h ANDREW, Hoys sophomore RIEDEL, KATHRYN, Hoys freshman R I E DE LP, JAN I S, WaKeeney fresh man RIEDL, KATHERYN, Oris sophomore RlEGEL, GARY, Ford junior RfFFORD, DEBORAH, Hays sophomore RIGOR, BRENDA, Weskan freshman RINEY, MICHAEL, Liberal freshman RING, DEBBIE, Polco freshman RGBBEN, FRA NONE, Victoria freshmen ROBBEN, GARY, Grinnell sophomore ROBERTS, ALAN, Damar junior ROBERTS, ANITA, Gove junior ROBERTS, ELLEN, Shields freshman ROBERTS, GARY, Norton sophomore ROBERTS, JILL, Proit junior ROBERTS, MICHAEL, Wg Keeney sophomore ROBERTSON, DAVID, Lawrence freshman ROBERTSON, JACK, Greensburg freshman " Love for Love " featured elaborate cos- tumes and became Little Theater ' s second production of the season. 303 Classes Rob-Rot ROBERTSON, REBECCA, Hutchinson junior ROBINSON, GREG, Hoys junior ROBINSON, KARLA, Cowker City sophomore ROBINSON, ROGER, Hoys junior ROBINSON, RUTH, Hoys freshman ROS I N SON H WILLI AM S. , Hoys t reshma n ROBINSON, WILLIAM L, Oberlm junior ROBL, STEVEN, Elliitwood freshman ROEMER, JANET, Groinfieid sophomore ROGERS, DEBRA, McCracken junior ROGERS, JACK, Long Island freshman ROGERS, JEAN, Colby junior ROGERS, PAM, Plainvifle freshman ROHLEDER, MARY KAY, Hoys freshman ROHR, GERALD, Hays junior ROHR, GLORIA, Hoys sophomore ROHR. JEANETTE, Hays sophomore ROHR, LLOYD, Solaria fresh mo n ROHR, SANDRA, Ness City sophomore ROHR, STANLEY, Hoys junior ROHRBOUGH, JOHNNY, Scotf City sophomore ROLF, KAREN, Isabel junior ROLES, GLENDA, Geneseo junior ROL LM A N , GAY l E, Mor row vi lie so p ho mo re ROMANUCCI, ALISON, Kanopolis freshman ROSE, 0ERNETA, Scott City sophomore ROSE, DUANE, Scott City junior ROSE, LARRY, Wichito freshman ROSENBERG, NEIL, Great Bend sophomore ROSENBERG, REX, Great Bend junior ROSS, CAROL, Hoys junior ROSS, FRANCIS, Ellin wood junior ROSS, LINDA, Meade freshman ROSS, LLOYD, Meode sophomore ROSS, WALTER, Hays j unior ROTH, SOB. Russell freshman ROTH, HAROLD, Bison junior ROTH, MARVIN, Hays junior ROTH, ROSANN, El I inwood freshman ROTH, SUSAN, Topeka freshman Fori Hays students present the highlights of the !960 ' s with various homecoming float entries. This float depicts the launch- ing of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Con- ference and hope for a Tiger victory. Classes Ro-Sa ROTH FUSS, LARRY, Clifton junior ROUTH, CHARLES, Great Bend junior ROWE, TOM, Garden City junior ROWLAND, CAROLYN, Great Bend sophomore ROWLEY, SHEILA, Garden City freshman ROYL, DUANE, Fhilllpsburg junior RUDA, JAMES, Atwood junior RUDA, ROSE, Atwood freshman RUDER, LOIS, Hays junior RUDER, MARY, Hays freshman RUDER, MYRNA, Hays- freshman RUEB, CYNTHIA, St. Francis junior RUFENACHT, AUDREY, Ness City junior RUPP, ELSIE, Hoys junior RUPP, MARGO, Scott City freshman RUPP, NAOMI, Ellis junior RUSCH, JAN, Chapman sophomore RUSCQE, STEVEN, Great Bend junior RUSS, EDWARD, Phi]|ip 5 burg, freshman RUSSELL, SHARON, WaKeeney junior RUUD, HOWARD, Jamestown sophomore RYAN, JULI E, Brownell freshman RYNERSON, DON, Jet mo re junior SADDLER, CORLA, Colby sophomore SADDLER, JOHN, Colby junior 305 Children enjoy wafer fun in the fountains in front of Picken Hall Classes Sa-Sc SAGER, JANET, Bird City sophomore SA1NDON, GREG, Zurich freshman SALLEE, CAROLYN, St, John freshman SALSBERRY, DICK, Anthony sophomore SALTER, SHAN, Garden City sophomore SAMPSON, GARY, Oak Hill junior SAMDELL, DANIEL, Scondio freshman SANDER, JOSEPH, Victoria junior SANDER, LARRY, Hays sophomore SANDER, SAM, Victoria junior SANDER, STEVE, Gorham. sophomore SANDERS, JOHNNY, Wichita freshmen SANDERS, KAYE, Qofflin junior SANDERS, MARGYRE, Junction City sophomore SANDERS, ROSE, Wilson freshman SANDWELL, JOHN, Morion junior SANNEMAN, DEWEY, Palmer sophomore SARGENT, VESTA, Riley freshman SAUER, GERALD, Brownell freshman SAUNDERS, MICHAEL, Stockton sophomore SAWER, JAMES, Atwood sophomore SAWIN, ROBERT, Lyons sophomore SAWYER, PAUL, Pittsburgh, Pa. freshman SAYLER, KAREN, Great Bend freshman SCHABEN, CHERYL, Bazine sophomore 306 Classes Scha-Schl SGHABEN, YOLANDA, Bazine freshman SCHAEFER, MICHAEL,, HalyfOod sophomore SCHAEFER MIKE, Hoys junior SCHAEFFER ROBERT, AsSoria Junior SCHAETZIE, HOWARD, Gordon Qty Pork, N, Y. sophomore SCHAFFER, GREGORY, Wright sophomore SCHAFFER, JUDITH, Liebenthoi freshman SCHAFFER KATHRYN, Hoxte junior SCHAFFTER, MIKE, Hutchinson freshman SCHALANSKY, GLENDA, Almeng Freshman SCHAMBER, DENNIS, Phillipsburg freshman SCHEIB, DEBORAH, Lyons sophomore SCHENK DONNA, Great Bend Junior SCHEUFLER, LYLE, ElEinwood junior 5CHEUERMAN, ROBIN, Bison junior SCHEVE, TERRY, Herndon freshman SCHICK, CARLA, Phiilipsburg sophomore SCHI ELDS GARY, Goodlond sophomore SCHIEWE, VALGR1E, Preston freshman SCHIFF, ARTHENA, Prott junior SCHIRER ELEANOR, Newton sophomore SCHLAGECK, STEVE, Hox-e freshman SCHLICK, EDNA, Salina junior 5CHLQCT E RMEI ER, JANET ElEinwood junior SCHLOCTERMEIER, PAUL, EHInwood junior Pi Delta Epsilon members [earn about the printing end of yearbook production as they four American Yearbook Co. 307 Classes Schl-Schn SCHLEGEL, BRYAN, Seneca [unior SCHIAPP, JO ANN, Goodland junior SCHLITTER, KATERI, Hay$ freshman SGHMALZR1ED, LYNDEL, Sharon Springs sophomore SCHMEIDLER, DARRELL, Hays freshman SCHMElDLER, DONNA, Catherine junior SCHMElDLER, JOHN, Catherine junior SCHMElDLER, NEAL, Catherine junior SCHMIDT, CARLA, Inman sophomore SCHMIDT, DAVID, Hoys junior SCHM3DT, DONALD, Hays junior SCHMIDT, JOSEPH, Hoys junior SCHMIDT, KATHERINE, WoKeeney freshman SCHMIDT, MARLA, Catherine freshman SCHMIDT, MELVIN, Pfeifer junior SCHMIDT, MICHAEL, Grand Island, Neb. freshman SCHMIDT, PHYLLIS, Catherine junior SCHMIDT, TERRENCE, Hays freshman SCHMIDTBERGER, RAYMOND, Victoria freshman SCHNE I DER, D AVI D, Wo Keeney jun io r SCHNEIDER, JAMES, Downs freshman SCHNEIDER, JANEEN, Ellsworth junior SCHNEIDER, LOIS, Olmitz freshman. SCHNEIDER, PAMELA, Goodland freshman SCH N EIDER, RONALD, Osborne fresh man 308 Classes Sch-Sco SCHNELLE, CINDY, Oakley junior SGHNEWElS, GAROLD, Hoisington junior SCHQENDALLEft ANN, LoCrcsse freshman SCHOENFELD, BELINDA, Groinfiefd freshman SCHOCNIHALER, CLARjNDA, EJIfs junior SCHOLLE, BETH, Dodge City junior SCHOONOVER, JEFF, Ulysses freshman SCHRADER, JUDY, Kinsley junior SCHREIBER, CATHY, Beaver junior SCHREINER, BARBARA, Hays fresh mon SCHROEDER, NANCY, Lorraine freshman SCHRODER, TOM, Hoys freshmen SCHUCKMAN, DEBRA, Brownell freshman SCHUGART, JUDY, Great Bend sophomore SCHUKMAN, JAY, Hoys sophomore SCHUKMAN, JOHN, Hays freshman SCHULTE, JULY, Cowker City sophomore SCHULTE. KAREN, Russell sophomore SCHULTE, PAULA, Norton freshman SCHULTE, SAND1E, Gorhom freshman SCHULTZ, ARLEN, Hofyrood freshman SCHULZ, CHERl, Bushton freshman SCH U U, DONNA, Hunter f reshman SCHUMACHER, CALVIN, Hays freshman SCHUMACHER, THOMAS, Hoys Freshman SCHUMAN, LILA, Walhena junior SC H U P B AC H , GARY, K i o wo f resh mo n SCHURLE, GLENDA, Manhattan freshman SC H UST E 8, M I C H AEL, Ellis fresh ma n SCHWAB, BEVERLY, LaOos e junior SCH WANK E, CH ARLES, Scott City sophomore SCHWARZ, GREG, Hays junior SCHWARZ, LAURETA, Grinnell freshman SCHWARZ, LEONA, Grinnell freshman SCHWARTZ, DENNIS, Hoys freshman SCHWARTZ, MARY KAY, Hays sophomore SCHWEITZER, KEN, Ransom freshman SCHWERDTFEGER, CRYSTAL, Bushron freshman SCHWINOT, BARRY, Lakm sophomore SCOTT, KENNETH, Satina freshman 309 Classes Sc-Sh SCOTT, SUSAN, Kingsdown sophomore SEAMANS, LARRY, Jewell freshman SE BAUGH, TELIA, Narcatur sophomore SEE BERGER,. MARY JANE, Hanover sophomore SEELE, LINDA, Monument junior SEIB, BELINDA, Hoys freshman SEIBERT, PAT, Marysville junior SEKAVEC, MARY r Brownell sophomore $E KA VEC, THOMAS, Brownell j un ior SELBY, ROBERT, Brewster sophomore SELFRIDGE, ALLEN, Honston junior SELLERS, RICHARD, Wichita freshmen SELZER, ELLEN, Hays freshman SEMRAD, JUDY, Hoys sophomore SETTLES, CHERYL, Junction City sophomore SETTLES, STEVE, Scott City junior SEUFER, DELAINE, Hoi I y, Colo, f reshma n SEUSER, KATHLEEN, Bison freshman SEUSY, TONjA, Solino junior SEVERANCE, MELANIE, Beloit freshman SEXSON, CHARLES, Weskon sophomore SEYB, MARGARET, leoti junior SHANDY, ROBERT, Manhattan junior SHANK, MYRA, Bison freshman SHAW, KEVIN, Oakley freshman SHAW, LINDA, Oakley junior SHAW, SANDRA, Selden junior SHAW, SUE, Sublette junior SHAY, MARGARET, Heoly junior SHEAFFER, LONNIE, Abilene freshman SHEETS, DEBORAH, Lincoln freshman SHELTON, NIKKI, Garden City junior SHERBONDY, DICK, Alton junior SHERMAN, ELIZABETH, Ellsworth sophomore SHERMAN, GORDON, Hostings, Neb, freshman SHERWOOD, CHARLES, Hays freshman SHEWEY, HELEN, Almena junior SHIELDS, DONALD, Glade freshman SH I E LDS, KAY, Hill City fresh ma n SHIPLEY, CHRIS, Holy rood junior SHIRACK, MICHAEL, Solomon junior 310 Classes Sh-Sm SHIRK, KAREN, friend freshman SHIRK, TOM, Ellis freshman SHOEMAKER, LAURA, Lee ora junior SNOMSHOR, MARGO, Garden City Junior SHORT, SANDRA, Rexford freshman 5HORTRIDGE, KARLA, Jetmare freshman SHUCK, JANICE, Burdett sophomore SHUMATE, SlGNE, Garfield sophomore SIEFKES, CHARLOTTE, EHinwood sophomore SiEFKES, ROBERT, Hudson freshman SIEMENS, HAROLD, Hutchinson junior SfLKMAN, KEVIN, Goodlond freshman SIMMONS, BARBARA, Elizabethtown, Pa. freshman SIMMONS, SHERYLE, Hays junior SIMONS, DONALD, Martenthal freshman SIMPSON, DONNIE, Wichita freshman StMPSON, JAMES, Soli no junior SIMS, VAN, Meade sophomore SlRiRATTNA, BOONSONG, Bangkok, Thailand freshman SKROLANT, DAWN, Norton freshman SLAVIK, DARYL, Kensington freshman SLAViN, DANNY, Burdett junior SLIPKE. PAM, New Almeto freshman SLOAN, JUDITH, Colby Junior SMALLEY, CAROL, Marysville freshman SMtES, MARCIA, Courtland sophomore SMITH, BERNARD, Winona sophomore SMITH, DEE, Bird City freshman SMITH, GREGORY, Lorraine junior SMITH, JEANNETTE, Partridge sophomore SMITH, JERRY, Hill City sophomore SMITH, JOLENE, Hays freshmon SMITH, JUANITA, Cold water freshman SMITH, KARLA, Stockton junior SMITH, KELVIN, Lenora freshman SMITH, LEO, Garden City junior SMITH, LOIS, Sharon Springs junior SMITH, MARILYN, Bucklin freshman SMITH, MARK, Oaf I in freshman SMITH, MERSHON, Scott City sophomore 311 Classes Sm-St SMITH, RICK, Ellis freshman SMULL MARVIN, St, Francis junior SNELL, SUSAN, Garden City freshman SODA MANN, MARK, Hays freshman SOEKEN, DANNY, Ellin wood sophomore SOEKEN, RAYMOND, Lyons sophomore SONDBURG, CONNIE, Winona freshman SOWERS, SHERYL, Colby junior SPLITTER, JANICE, Geneseo freshman SPOHR, DENNIS, Dodge City junior SPOMER, KATHY, Edson junior SPREHE, JANET, Oakley junior SPREHE, JANICE, Oakley junior SPREIER, STEVEN, Rozel freshman SPRESSER, KATHRYN, Dresden freshman SPRINGER, JACALYN, Stockton freshman SPROUT, SHARON, Gypsum freshman STAAB, DENNIS, Hays freshman STAAB, KARLA, Hoys freshman STAAB, LEON L, Hoys sophomore STAAB, LEON J., Hays junior STAAB, TERRI, Hays freshman STAATS, JANET, Coats freshman STAGNER, ELIZABETH, Bazine junior STAHL, BRUCE, Sedgwick freshman STANLEY, DONNA, Goodlond junior STANLEY, LYNDA, Dodge City freshman STATELER, SHERIL, Minneala freshman STEARNS, MICHAEL, Cawker City junior STECKLEIN, KATHLEEN, Hays freshman STECKLEIN, VIRGINIA, Hays sophomore STECKLINE, SHARON, Hays freshman STEFFAN, BEVERLY, Great Bend sophomore STEFFEN, LOUISE, Burdett freshman STEIN, PAULA, Collyer junior STEIN, SCOTT, Plainville junior STEINER, KATHY, Olmitz freshman STEINEST, DENNIS, Russell junior STEINIKE, PAUL, Sharon Springs sophomore STEPHENS, LINDA, Grinndl junior 312 It s a cool dip in the creek for freshman class President Curtis Bender during the homecoming tug-of-war. Classes Ste-Stu STEPHENS, ROGER, Cbflm freshman STEVENS, EUGENE, Aurora, Colo, freshman STEVENS, TERRY, Wamego freshman STEVENSON, GEORGE, Sterling sophomore STEWART, ROND A, Stockton freshman STEWART, STEPHANIE, Slockton junior STIAWALT, NORMA, McPherson sophomore STILL ROBERT, Kirwin junior STINNETT, DAN, Wichita junior STOECKLEIN, KEN, Nes$ City junior STORM, LINDA, Hoys freshman STORY CYNTHIA, Plevna junior STOVER, RITA, Garden City freshman STRAMEL, PHIL, Cortez, Colo, freshmon STREIT, JANET, Tipton freshman STREJT, JEANNE, Phillipsburg junior STREMEL, MARY, Hoxie sophomore STROBERG, ROGER, Hutchinson junior STROEDE, MARLENE, Ellsworth sophomore STUART, MARY, Dodge City sophomore STUART, PATRICK, St, Francis sophomore STUKEN BROKER, SONDI, Kinsley sophomore STULL, KENDALL, Turon freshman STULL PEGGY, Luray junior STUT2, DUANNA, Utica freshman 313 Classes Su-Th SUELTER, CAROL Westfall freshman SUMMERS, MARIETTA, Wallace freshman SUMMERS, SUSAN, Ransom sophomore SUPPES, RON, Scott City junior SUPPES, TERRY, Bison freshman SUTTON, BARBARA, Greensburg freshman SWANBERG, STEVE, Alma, Neb, freshman SWART, PATRICIA, Grinnell sophomore SWART, SANDi, Grinne!) freshman SWART, SANDRA, Grinnell freshman SWAYZE, CURTIS, Cold water junior SWEARINGEN, ROBERT, Jomestown sophomore SWIHART, SARAH, Goshen, tnd, freshman SWITZER, DANIEL, Dodge City junior SWOBODA, JOHN, Hanover junior TADDIKEN, MARK, Clifton sophomore TAGGART, CONNiE, Hays freshman TAPP AN, BRUCE, Lyons freshman TATRO, FRANCIS, Giosca sophomore TAXTER, MICHAEL, Hoys freshman TAYLOR, DAVID, Wichita freshman TAYLOR, GARY, Longmont, Colo, junior TEASLEY, MICHAEL, Kansas City junior TEASLEY, STAN, Phillipsburg freshman TEDESCO, NOLA, Mahopac, N. 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KENNETH X, Hoys freshman WINDHOIZ, WAYNE, Hays freshman WINKLER, STEVE. Rozel junior WINTER, DEBBIE, Great Bend freshman WINTON. RICHARD. Arvada, Colo, freshman WlRTZ, JAYNE, Great Bend junior WIRTZ, JOtEEN, Great Bend sophomore WITTHUHN, VERLENE, Bovine freshman WITTHUHN, VERTA, Bazine sophomore WITTlG, JUNE, Susonk sophomore WITTMAN, CYNTHIA, Russel! sophomore WITTMAN, JANE, Russell freshman WITTMAN, LLOYD, Hoys freshman WITTMAN, PATRICIA, Ellis sophomore W1TWER, KAREN, Abilene junior WQBKER, DAVID, Omaha, Neb. soph a more WOLF, ANNA, Goddard freshman WOLF, BARBARA, Hoys freshman WOLF, ROBERT, Roys sophomore WOLFE, DAN, Dodge City junior WOLFE, ROVELLA, Norton freshman WALTERS, JOYCE, Portls sophomore WOMACK, ROGER, Newton freshman WONG, SHING CHI, Hong Kong freshman WOODS, KENNETH, Ellsworth junior WOODS, MAE JEAN, Lebanon sophomore WOODS, PH ILL! P, Greensburg sophomore WOODY, BERNICE, Beverly freshman WOOLDRIDGE, BRAD, Ulysses freshman WORCESTER, STEVEN, Hill City sophomore WORDEN, SUSAN, Norton sophomore WORLEY, ALLAN, Lawrence freshman WOYDZIAK, BOB, Dorrance sophomore WGYDZI AK, STEVEN, Hoisington sophomore WRIGHT, JOSEPH, Wichita sophomo re WRIGHT, MARCIA, Kiowa fresh man WRIGHT, RUSSELL, Sioux City, to. freshman WRIGHTMAN, CATHY, Derby sophomore WURM, NANCY, Oberltn freshman 320 Classes Wy-Zw WYATT, JOHN, N Y. Gly, N. Y, junior WYATT, LINDA, Rexford junior WYATT, SHARON, Ashland, junior WYCOFF, JAY, Anthony freshman WYCOFF, SUSAN, Greot Bend sophomore WYLEY, LINDA, Kirwin junior WYLEY, KAY, Kirwin freshman YALE, LUCILLE, Groinfieid junior YEA2EL, ,DAYNA, Kansas City freshman YENNE, DONNA, Smith Center sophomore YODER, CHERYL, Goodlond freshman YGNK, WESLEY, Phijlipsburg freshman YOUNG, CANDACE, Oberlin junior YOUNT, BILL, Sublette freshman YOXALL, BONNIE, Stockton sophomore YOXALL, DIANNA, Stockton freshman YUST, PHIL, Sylvia junior ZAMEtNJK, IRWIN, Luray freshman ZECHA, DAVID, Lamed junior ZEIGLER, ZEARL, Wilmore freshman ZELLNER, JOE, Marienthol junior ZERFAS, T ERRY, Ellis sophomore ZERR, DEAN, Atwood junior ZERR, DENNIS, Grinnell sophomore ZERR, KEVIN, GrinneLE freshman ZIEGLER, GWEN, Cotlyer- sophomore ZIEGLER, KATHLEEN, Collyer freshmen ZIEGLER, KATHY, Groinfieid freshman Z1ER, KRISTIN, Lincoln junior ZILLINGER, ALAN, Phillipsburg sophomore ZIMMER, KURT, Jamestown f res him an ZIMMERMAN, JANA, Hoys freshman ZIMMERMAN, LARRY, Hays sophomore Z1PFEL, GARY, Belleville, 111. junior Z W EY G A R DT, CHAR L EN E, St Fro nc is so p homo re ZWICKLE, LONNY, Norton sophomore ZWINK, TIMOTHY, Macksville junior 321 The year has passed; Our shadows have lengthened. Hopefully, we have begun to learn The special lesson of loving. 322 323 324 Our year is over. All of us have grown in some aspect of life; each is closer to casting his own inde- pendent shadow. My year as editor has been a series of memorable frustrations and accomplishments. But this Reveille is not my book alone; it belongs to the school and especially to that part of Fort Hays that did the most to make it a reality: the students. in giving thank-you’s, the biggest must go to the staff for their loyalty and willingness to work extra hours in order to complete the book. Leader staff has proven to be price- less ally. Mrs. Rogers, our advisor, and Taylor Publishing Co. represen- tative Paul McClellan, have given me the needed knowledge and assistance to do the job. Thanks to the Photo Lab staff for providing the pictures you see in this book. Without them the fun part — the pictures — would be lacking. And finally, a special hug of ap- preciation to Lynn Bunker, Ella Ray- burn and Rita English who did so much to keep my spirits up and get the pages done. Roxy Green Editor SPECIAL CREDITS Photo: Sunrise — p, 1, Dennis Franz; AW Winter Scenes, Dennis Franz; Inauguration Shots, Photo Lab; Moon Shots, NASA, Cover Design: Dale Bennett, Taylor Publishing Co. and Joe Wright, Port Hays Stale, Class Pictures: De’me Studios, 325 MOTEL VAGABOND VAGABOND RESTAURANT 2524 VINE 625-251! 2522 VINE 625-5914 HAYS CITY TRAVEL AGENCY We can get you anywhere in the world by train, airplane, steamship or bus! 1305 MAIN 628-8000 HAYS CITY DRUG 1013 MAIN ST. 625-9414 326 THE FARMERS STATE BANK MEMBER OF FDIC 718 MAIN ST. 625-6542 SANDY ' S QUICK SERVICE AND DELICIOUS FOOD 2700 VINE 625-9116 327 MUSIC MANOR INC A complete selection of guitars and all other musical instruments 119 W. 10th 625-6234 We Have a VOLKSWAGEN to Fit Your Every Need! 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Distributors ol Budweiser, Michelob, and Busch Bavarian 811 Fori 625-3712 Constantly at Work to Bring You the News NEWS PUBLISHING CO. 507 Main 625-3421 New Facilities to Serve You Better HOME LUMBER CO INC. 8th and Vine 625-2216 347 GUERCIO STUDIOS Top Quality Photography 1303 Mam 625-23 10 CHALLENGER MOTORS Dodge Cars and Trucks Number One Used Cars You may be Dodge material! 170$ Vine 628-1409 Close to campus for between class refreshment or after school snacks 625-9892 507 West 7th RED COAT RESTAURANT 348 FOUR SEASONS Women ' s Apparel ■for All Occasions 802 Main 625-9713 SPECIAL, 50f ' KAYS Television and Radio Bob Davis Is there at Fort Hays State sporting events to give you full coverage. 2303 Hall 625-2578 Women who want to look lovely look to us. Only the best quality for the well dressed male. THE VILLAGE SHOP LADIES ' SHOP 1102 Main 628-8317 MEN ' S SHOP i 1 02 Main 625-9732 349 Editor, Roxy Green, adds another 1969 REVEILLE to the top of the growing collection of Fort Hays State yearbooks. Printed by TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY Represented by Paul McClellan 350 A A COORS America ' s Fine Light Beer Brewed With Pure Rocky Mountain Spring Water East 8th 625-9638 KOBLER MOTOR COMPANY Come In and Drive Our New Gremlin. 124 East 8th 625-9710 Refreshment Anytime East Highway 40 625-2613 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. 351 CHAMPLIN SERVICE High Quality Gas Quick Service You are number one here! 8th and Ash 625-262! AL ' S BOOTERY Nice Looking Clothes Need Nice Looking Shoes! 809 Main 625-2123 Tire Bargains Trained Mechanics 27th and Vine 625-2569 HARTMAN OIL CO. 2917 Vine 625-2523 What You Need Is an Escape Machine! LUNGREN CHEVROLET OLDS INC. 352 REVEILLE Says Thank You Advertisers The Reveille would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the Hays businesses who have advertised in the Reveille, this year and in pre- vious years, for their good faith and patronage You have been very good to us This volume of the Reveille is the last to include an advertising sec- tion, Omitting this section Is not something the Reveille alone is do- ing Yearbooks all over the nation are discontinuing ads for various reasons Three Hays firms have been with the Reveille since its first volume was published in 1914 To you we say a special Thank You May you all continue to prosper in the years to come. REVEILLE Advertisers Since 1914 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MARKWELL ' S INC. WIESNER’S Senior Abbreviations AA H PE R — Amer f can Association of Health Physi- cal Education and Recreation; Adm.- — Administra- tion: ADV — Advertising; AGD — Alpha Gamma Delta; Agric. — Agriculture ; AKL — Alpha Kappa Lambda; A L — Artists and Lectures: ASC — All Student Council; Assn. — Association; AWS — As- sociated Women Students: BA. — Bachelor of Arts; B.M. — Bachelor of Music; B-S, — Bachelor of Sci- ence: BSM — Baptist Student Movement; Bof. — Bot- any: Bus — Business; CCC — Ca mpus Crusade of Christ; Chem. — Chemistry: Chm, — Chairman: Comm, — ' Committee; Cor. — Corresponding: CYD — Collegiate Young Democrats; CYR— Collegiate Young Republicans; Delta Sfg. — Delta Sigma Phi; DZ — Delta Zeta: Econ. — Economics; Ed. — Editor; Educ. — Education; Elem. — Elementary; Eng. — Eng- lish; FCA — Fellowship of Christian Athletes; FHSP — Fort Hays Star Promenaders: Gen, — General; Hist. — Historian: ICF — In ter- Varsity Christian Fel- lowship ; IFC — -Inter- Fraternity Council; Ind. — In- dustrial; IRC — -International Relations Club; KAH PER— Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; KATE — -Kansas Associa- tion of Teachers of English; KFHS — Campus Radio Station; KHEA — Kansas Home Economics Associa- tion; KMEA — Kansas Music Educators Association; KSSNA — Kansas State Student Nurses Association; KSTA — Kansas State Teachers Association; Math — Mathematics; MENC -Musfc Educators National Conference: Mgr. — Manager; MPEC — Men ' s Physi- cal 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-r-P— People-to-People ; Rec. — Re- cording; Rep. — Representative: 5CEC — Student Council for Exceptional Children; Sci. — - Science; Sec— Secretary; Sig Ep— Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sig Tau -Sigma Teu Gamma: 300 — Student Organiza- tions Committee; Soc. — Sociology; S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. —Society for the Promotion and Enjoyment of Barber Shop arret Singers of America ; SK — Sigma Kappa; SNEA — Student National Educa- tion Association; TKE — Tau Kappa Epsilon; Treas, — Treasurer; Tri Sig — Sigma Sigma Sigma; UCF— United Christian Fellowship; UN— United Na- tions: V-Pres, — -Vice President; Who’s Who- — Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; WLO -Women ' s Leadership Or- ganization; WRA— Women ' s Recreation Associa- tion. Dean Michael Stewart welcomes Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D., at the Hays airport. Sen. McGovern spoke before a special convocation of Hays citizens, FHS studen+s and faculty In the Coliseum Feb. 10 . 354 A A Coors , 35 1 A 6. W Drive Inn . , . , 334 At ' s Bootery . . 352 Alcd , , . , ♦ . « 355 Ben Dreiling Motors .,,,.,. 32B Bernard Men ' s We or 345 Boogocrts Soper MarkeT . . . 337 Brown Shoe Fit Co. ....... 345 Calhoun ' s Inc. 345 Compos Book Store ....... 333 Centennial Lanes ........ 335 Control Kansas Power Co. ... 336 Challenger Motors . , 348 Dog ' s Pizza ............... 346 Dan ' s Cafe 339 Dillon ' s North Store 331 Dillon ' s Super Market 331 Mr. William S. Abruzzi . . 67, H 4 Dr. Robert M, Adorns ....... 66 Miss Antonia R. Alcantara , . 59, 113 Mrs. L Heene Allen . . 75 Mr. Wallace m. Alver 66 Mrs. Rose Marie Arnhold . . . 67 Miss Ethel V, Arlmon 44 Dr. Sidney R, Ash ...... 71, I IB Mrs. Alison Atkins .......... 60 Mr. Alan M, Atwater Jr. .... 63 Mr. Bryan Bachkaro ........ 52 Dr. Kenneth R. Baker ........ 51 Mrs, Marcia L. Bannister , 107, 61 Dr. Leland Bartholomew 60 Mr. Don Barton 52 Mrs. lenz Baxter 49 Mrs. Vivian Baxter . 72 Mr. Carroll L Beordslee . 44, 174, 175 Dr. Elton Beougher , 72 Mr. O. 2, Biizell 49, 97 Mrs. Katherine I. Bogart .... Si Dr. Russell Rogue .......... 120 Mrs. Virginia Bomhoidi 58 Mr, Mark Bostwick , . 64 Mr. Charles G, Brehm . , , 53, 157 Mr. Brian D. Brtese 63 Mr. Doyle K, Brooks 73 Advertising Directory Formers State Bank . . 327 Home Furniture Co. , . . . .. 334 Restaurant . 346 First Motional Bank ...... . . 344 Home Lumber Co, , , ■ „ 347 Music Manor Inc, ....... . 328 For? Hays Pharmacy ., 339 House of Color ........ . .. 343 News Publishing Co ...... Four Seasons . . 349 J. R. Chomplin Service ♦ . 352 Northwestern Typewriter , 344 Fox Theatre ... .. 338 jomes Motor Co . . , . 329 Pi erce-Sc h i p pers Const. Co. . 340 Gagelman Motors ....... . . 343 Jep ' s Super Service Phillips Pizza Hut . Guerclo Studios .. 348 66 . .. 337 Purdy ' s Pharmacy . 342 Hadley Rcgionai Medical JoSTen ' s . . . . ... 342 Ramoda Ion , 391 Center .. 339 KAYS . . . . . ... 349 Red Coot Restouront . 348 Hartman Oil Co. ....... .. 352 Kobfer Motor Co. ...... . 351 S W Supply , 330 Hays City Drug 326 Lungren Chevrolet and Sandy ' s 4 ♦ Hays Floral Shop ....... . . 343 Oldsmoblle . . . 352 Surburban Dry Cleaners . . . , 329 Hays National Bank . . 336 Mark well ' s Inc, ... 335 Varsity Bow! . , 338 Hoys Travel Agency ..... . . 338 Mors Restaurant .... . , . 39 t Vernon Jewelers ......... Hinkhouse-Wiiliams Rea! Midwest Tobacco Co, ... 347 Village Shop . 349 Estate .. 342 Motel Vagabond and Wiesner ' s . , Faculty Index Mr. Gary C, Brooks . 61 Mr. Srandtee V. Dolton . . 44 Mr, Ruff L Gentry , , , , 69, 104 Mr. R. U, Brooks . 48 Mrs, Eleanor Davidson 58 Mr. Glenn G. Giniher . , ■ 52, 106 Mr. Robert H. Brawn .... 60. 132 Dr. Gordon W, Davidson ». • • - 64 Mr. Patrick H Gaeser . 60 Mr. Ear! H. Budke jr, ...... . 71 Dr. Emerald V. Dechant , 51 Dr. Pcul A. Grabef . , . . . 59, 1 1 2 Mr. Donald Bum pass ....... , 63 Mr. lyie DU ley ........ . 60 Mr. Donn Graham . „ , , . 60 Dr. Richard £. Burnett . 46 Mrs. Martho Dirks . . . . . , 56 Df Hylda G. Groesbeck . 51 Dr. Gory L. Butterfield ..... . 66 Dr. Edith Dobbs ------- . 51 Mr. James D. Gruber . 73 Mr, Bennie L Byler ........ , 69 Mr. William C Dooley . 63 Or. John W. Gustod . . . .., 10-12 Dr. C, Richard Cain .... 52, 106 Mr. Conrad M, Downing . . 58, 99 Dr. Samuel Hamilton . , . 58 Mr. Marc Campbell Jr. .... . 56 Dr. Rober l. Dressier . 70 Dr, Calvin E. Harbin , 50 Dr. Benito Corbcilo . . 59, 96, 113, Mr. Po ' fick Drinari 65, 117 Mrs, Margery T, Horkness - 56 124 Mr, Laurence Dryoen 72 Mr, Wallace W, Harris , 69 Mr. Kenneth Carter 65 Mr, Gerald Du neon . . . . , 51 Mrs, DonnG Harsh , . , , . 51 Dr. Harola $, Choguill , 70 Miss Patricia Duncan , , . 53 Mr. Thomas R. Hartley , . . 48, , 58 Miss Rachel Christopher , 56 Mrs. E-izabeTh G. Edmund . 61 Mr, Eugene Harwick . . . 57 Mrs. Martho ClafUn ....... . 51 Mr, Orville Eugene Etter 72 Mrs, Joanne Harwick . 57 Mr. William E, Cloflin . 51 Mr, Vernon W, Foil 64 Mr. Jack R, Heather 6L 103, Mr. Thoine A. Clark ....... . 69 Mr. Dale Ficken - 57 125 Mrs. Cherry L. Close . 63 Mr. Brynell Figler . , . . . . 60 Mr. Peter H. Hegg , - - 72, 1 26 Dr. Ralph V, Coder . 56 Dr. Eugene D. Ffehdrty , 69 Mr. James Hank house . 57 Miss Maria Cgdinach . . . 59, 112 Mr. James L. Forsythe . . - 64. 96 Mr. Kenneth L. Hlodek , 69 Dr. Blaine 1,. Cole . 51 Mr, A!ex Francis . , £3, 149, 151, Mr. Earl R. Hobos 53, 157, 170, Mr. Kent Collier .......... 48 164 171 Dr, Richard Collins . 60 Mr, Lloyd A, Frerer Jr. . 61. 106. Dr. Elizabeth Hodges , 58 Mrs. Frances E. Cook . . 49 127 Mr, Duane E. Houston . 69 Mr. Rex Cof nwel 1 . . 51 Miss Mary F rey 75 Mr. John E. Huber , 60. 108, 136 Dr. James 1, Cosilgan ...... , 61 Miss Naomi R. Garner , SB Mr. Ralph Huffman . 44 Mr, Morton F, Coulson . . . . . 58 Dr. John D. Garwood , , - 46 Mr, David L. Ison , , , , . - 58 Mrs. Nancy Curtis , 72 Mrs. Kathleen Garwood 75 Mr. Lorraine M. Jackson 58. Dr. Billy C- Daley . . . S Mr. Paul A. Gatsebei . . 58 102, 122 355 Dr r Bill D. Jellison . 45 Miss Cheryl Lovett 61 Dr, Joel C. Moss 57 Mr. Lawrence Mac Reed Dr. Juan A. Jimenez . 91 Mr. Robert L. Lawen .... 58, 122 Mr. E. Edwin MiOyers , , . 60, ! 36 Dr. Howard C, Reynolds . 69, Mr Arris M, Johnson , , 51 Dr. Robert 3, Luebrs . . , , 64 Miss Lais Myerly . 47, 63 Dr. Jimmy Rice Mr. Ralph A. Johnson . 53 Miss Sarah Mange Isdorf . . 28, 53, Mr. Francis N. Nichols , ..... 57 Mr. Robert C, Richards 70, Miss Ruby Johnson . 75 1 1 8, 131 Mr. Rodney l„ Norton , , . 59, 112 Mr, Andrew Riege! Mr, Sidney E. Johnson 61 Mr. Michael C. Marks 58 Mr. James F. NugenI 45 Miss Esto Lou Riley . , , Mr. David M. Jones 65 Dr. Delbert Marshall .... 70 Mr. James L. OEcost 60 Dr. Stanley L. Robertson Mr. James R. Jones , . . 63 Mr. Everett L. Marshall 72 Dr. Leo E. Olivo ....... Dr, William N. Robinson Mrs, Ruth Joy 49 Mr. Robert Maxwell 58 Mr, Richard L, Osborne 63, 113 Mrs. Katherine L, Rogers Mr, Dann Kaiser .... . 66 Mr. Gory L. Maydew , . 63 Mr. Harold Palmer . . , . 60 100, Mr. Walter E, Keatinq . 47 Mr. Wayne J. McConnell ... 53 Mr, James L. Para mare , , 53, 144 Mr. R, Lynn Rogers , , , , 49, Miss Lorraine Keils njp 58 Mr. Jack J, McCulllek , , 63 Dr. Verna M. Parish . . . . 58 Dr. Hester Romines . . . , , Mr. James Kellermon . , . „ 63, 125 IMrs, Alice McFarland . . . 58, 86 Mrs. Leona Pfeifer 59 Mr. J. Don RofbweP . . Dr. Suksan Kim . . 58 Mr. James S. McGinness .... 57 Mr. Poul E. Phillips .... ..... 63 Dr. Max Rumpel ........ Miss Hornet V. Ketchum . 6i Mr. Darrell D. McGinnis „ . . , . 57 Dr, David W. Pierson . . . 69 Mr. Don Rupp Mr. Robert Kingsley . 58 Mr, Dennis D. McKee . . 52 Mr. Robert Pinkall 73, 1 25 Mrs. Sandra Rupp ...... Miss June L. Krebs . . . . . 54 Dr, James H. McMechan .... 70 Mrs. Nancy Popp 53 Mrs, Mary Ann Rush . , , 63, Miss Kaihleen Kuchar . 57 Mr. Edgar F. McNeill 53, 1 44, Mrs, Bettie Powell 56 Mr. James Ryabik ...... Dr. Roman V. Kuehar . , , 59 158, 3 59 Dr. William B. Powers , . 51 Mrs. Marjorie Sackett Dr, Roy Kurtz 51, 1 15 Mr, Michael Meade 59, U 2 Mr, Ernest B. Price ...... 63 Dr. Samuel J. Socketi . . . Miss Ann E. Liston 64, 109 Dr. Lew’s M, Miiler 60 Dr. Gordon W, Price . . . . 51, 96 Dr. M. Q. Sayed , Mr. Glen F. Lojka , . 53, 1 20, 126 Mrs. Kathleen Miner 54 Dr. Dan H- Rondo II , . , , . 66 iViiss Phyllis A, Schleich , , 60, Dames Cub members must be wives of college students. The organization unites women who are " Putting Hubby Through. Members participated in this year ' s Moth- ers’ March of Dimes. Shown below are Rita Hammond, Susan Johnson, Sue Bade, Flor- ence March and Donna Scoby. 56 126 47 116 69 56 73 51 58, 116 126 51 61 70 63 49 104 66 58 58 69 136 356 Mr. H. J, Schmeller . 64, 121 Mr. Elton K. Schroder ...... 69 Mr. William C. Segal , T , , . . , 61 D r T Edmund C. Shearer 70 Mr. Charles S. Sherwood .... 63 Mr, Kenneth W. Simons .... 69 Dr. Donald B. Slechta 65 Mr. Robert Smith 56 Dr. Wilda M. Smhh 64 Mr, Melvin Snyder 66 Mr. Haroid Sadamann ...... 51 Mess Monies L. Somers . , 53, 95, 130 Mr. Vernon Stallman 63 Mr, James C. Stonsbury .... 51 Dr. Lovier L. Staven . . 51 Mr. 8. J. Siewort 63 Mr. Michael O. Stewart . , 45, 96, 97 Dr. K. Mane Stolba .... 60, 136 Miss Jean Stauffer 45, 94, 96, 97, 124 Dr, Donald E, Stout 60 Dr. Roberto C. Stout 58 Mr. Tom Stromgren 53, 142, 144 Miss Leoro B. Stroup . . . 74, 1 15 126 Mr, Code Suran . . . 53, 123, 169 Mrs. Ruth Anne Theis . . , 75, I 1 5 Mr. Lorry L, Thfrstrup . . . 53, 167 Dr, Archie C. Thomas ....... 63 Mrs. Do! lie S, Thomas 46 Mrs, Vera Thomas 63 Dr. William Ross Thompson , . , 57 Mrs. Marjorie A. Thomson , . . . 67 Mr. John C. Thorns Jr. . . , , , 57 Mr. Wilmonl Toalson 72 Mr. Gary G. Toblos . 52, 1 06, 1 20 Dr. Gerold W, Tomonek . . . , - 68 Dr, John Tomlinson . 62 Mr. Dili Peter Valanrce 57 Miss Ellen Veed 72 Miss Sharon VEasok 63 Dr. Richord B. Voss 63 Mr, Myrl V. Wolker , , , . 71 , 118 Dr. Net! A, Walker ...... 10, 69 Dr, George R. Wall 63 Dr, Thomas L We-nke .... 69 Dr, Charles L. Wilhelm .... 61, 107 Dr. William P. Wilkins ....... 60 Mrs. Mqrilynn Wilson . , , 72, 94 Mr. David Winter , , 53, 160, 162, 176 Mr. Dewctyne Winterlin ,. 59, 113 Mrs. Grace Witl 58 Mr, Robert Witt 67 Dr. Morace Witten 73 Dr. W. Qemeni Wood 51 Mrs. Marian You mans 51 Dr. Raymond E. Youmans .... 75 Mr. Richord Zakrzewski . , 71, 118 General Index A Abel, Neil 256 Abels, Barry 234 Abendshien, Kenneth 234 Abendshien, Linda . 234 Abram, Lynda 256 Abt, Helen 256 Achenbach, Jacob .... 1 IB, 234 Acre, Relena 256 Adorns, David 121, 256 Adorns, Duane .... 120, 200, 256 Adams, Kevin ........ 167, 256 Adorns, Mary ........ 186, 256 Adams, Steven 224, 256 Adamson, Elaine .. 115, 121, 234 Adamson, Thomos . . . 234 Adkins, Cunthia , . . 256 Agin, James 234 Agnew Hall . , . , 184-137 Allshie, Dale . 234 Akers Robert 126 Albers, Albert , . 234 Albers, Donnie 234 Albers, Linda 256 Albers, Robert 256 Albers, William 256 Albert, Leon 106 Albert, Pamela rn , 118, 130, 234 Albrecht, Dianna .......... 256 Albright, Kyle 89 Albright, Robert 197, 256 Alexander, Darwin . . . . . 228, 256 Alexander, Pomelo ........ 256 Alford, Hazel . . . . 256 Alford, Marion 11, 234 Alford, Patricio ........... 234 Allen, Dennis 234 Allen, Elaine 234 Allen, Jody 116, 256 Allen, John 256 Allen, Undo 256 Allen, Lori 256 Allen, Steven 256 Allison, Joe .. 127 Allison, Sheryl 256 Alpha Gamma Delta . . . 210-21 I Alpha Kappa Lambda . . . 218-219 Alpha Kappa PsI 113 Alpha Lambda Delta „ . 88 Alpha Phi Omega . 125 Alpha Psi Omega 106 Ames, Charles r , . 256 Amos, Danny 256 Amsberry, J. laneiie 212 Anderson, Betty ........... 256 Anderson, Curtis 118, 256 Anderson, Edno . . , 92, 210, 256 Anderson, Les , . , 35, 87, 92, 99, 228, 234 Anderson, Melanie 94, 256 Anderson, Timothy . 256 Andregg, Mary . . , , 256 Andregg, Patricia 256 Andrews, Veronica , 109, 113, 234 Andrewson, I Sene 256 Andris I, Debra . 97, 113, 114, 124, 129, 256 Ankenmon, Teresa T , 234 Ankenman, Wova 234 Apel, Darryl 157, 256 Appl, Patricia , . 256 Applebee, Linda . . 107, 119, 234 Apptebee, Monty ..... 113, 234 Applebee, Tamra ...... 92, 256 Applegate, Barbara . 256 Applegate, George ....... 234 Applegate, Larry r . 256 Applegate, Marcella 257 Applegate, Rodney 127 AppEehans, Allen 257 Archer, Sterne n . . 257 Archer, Terry .... 109, 121, 234 Archleto, Gayle 257 Arend, William . 257 Argo, David , 257 Argotsinger, George , 114 Armbrister, Mickey ........ 234 Armbrust, Joyce 257 Armstrong, Bruce 145, 228 Arnhold, Charlotte ... 129, 210, 226, 257 Arnhold, Dorothy 216, 257 Arnhold, Thomos , . , . 234 Arnold, Linda 257 Arnold, Pamela 115, 257 Arnold, Poutelia 257 Arnold, William . . 257 Arnoldy, Priscillo 257 Arny, Susan 257 Arpin, Allen 257 Arpin, Koran . , r 257 Asbiil, Randy . . , . 106, 234 Ashley, Larry 234 Ashlock, Dorothy 129, 257 Associated Women Students , T , , , . . 94-95 Atchison, Fred 109, 121, 234 Atherton, Som r , , Ill, 234 A:on, Nondine 97, 257 Attebery, Patricia 257 Atwell, Marilyn 257 Atwill, Arthur 257 -Augustine, Daryl 257 Augustine, Gary 257 Augustine, Joyce 257 Augustine, Kerry 257 Austin, Norman . . . 92, 125, 208, 234 Avery, Anita . . . . 226 Avery, Roxanne . . . 108, 133, 257 A W$ Snoqueen . 80 Ayers, Brad . . . , 234 Ayres,. Karen 257 Aziz, Noorollah 257 B Baalman, Daniel 257 Bochkora, Mary 106 Bodenhop, Janna . . , 90, 212, 257 Bahm, Doryl , . . , 234 Bohr, David 257 Bahr, Kenneth . . , 97, 226 Bailey, Berny . . . 120 Boiley, Corel ......... 132, 234 Bouer, Linda 258 Berlcnd, Ann 260 Blau Michael 235 Bofhy, Elmo . . 151, 257 Bauer, Susan , , . 191, 258 Borland, Deborah ..... 260 Blecha, Margaret 90, £61 Bo i ley, Jeonette 234 Baumann. Marilvn 258 Beds, Mary . . . £60 B te h m , Mo re 1 y n .... 235 Bo i ley, John 109, 234 Boumrucker, Steven 258 Berndt, Jonelle 260 Blick, Constance 261 Bailey, Karen 115, 257 Bayers, Sharon 115, 258 Berqyist, Janice . 235 Bliss, Marilyn .... 118, 130, 235 Boiley, Marcia 104. 257 Beadles, Lonnie . . 87, 1 12, 121, Berry, Carol 260 Blythe, Dan 158 Bailey,, Shorroll ...... . . : , . 234 258 Berry, Galen 260 Babin myer, James 235 Balnter, Evere ....... 234 Beal by, Steven 235 Berry, Richard M. .... . 85 Bock, C. Stanley 108 Balnter, Sheila . . . . . 257 Bear, Richard , . . . . 89, 104, 235 Berry, Richard R 260 Boehmer, Stephen W. ,. 151, 165 Baker, Aon 257 Board, Denise 253 Berlelmann, Patricio , , 260 Boehner, Stephe n 261 Baker, Martha ....... 257 Bearded Joe . . 82 Bessire, Antony ...... 220 Boeken, Dallas . . . , 167, 261 Baker, Sherrill . 90, 257 Beardsley, Linda , . . 90, 104, 212, Best, Carl . 260 Boese, tavern . . . . , . 125 Baldwin, Alan . . . , . 257 256 Besthorn, Kathleen . , r 260 Bogart, Cindy 90, 108, 133, 210, Baldwin, Marvin . . . . . . . . . . 234 Bear ley, Robert . . . 120, 125, 235 Bethe, Solly 260 261 Bail, Kimberly ....... 253 Beauty and the Beast . . 81 Betten brock, Aik . . . . 260 Bogner, James . . . 261 Ballard, Alva 235 Beck ham, Robert 259 Bettenbrock, Ruth £60 Bolen Brenda 119 261 Ballard, Keilh 226, 258 Beck, Bonnie . . , 258 Bhonolaph, Chatchava! 124 Boll Eg, Arlin . , . . . 261 Balzer, Nona 253 Becker, Anita . . . 124, 258 Bice, Lola 260 Bollig, Cherald ......... 261 Bane, Sandra . . . . 235 Becker, John , . 223 BEckel, Ray 260 Ballig, Herbert 261 Bangle, Peggy ....... 253 Becker, Rosemary 258 Bicknell, James ....... 145, 260 Bollig, Karen . . . . 261 Bonta, Re 258 Beckman, Linda 235 Bieber, Barbara 119, 260 Bollig, Robert 127 Barber, Kathleen 258 Beckman, Marie 113, 235 BEeber, Michael r , T r . . 260 Bait, Barbara . . . . . . . . . 121, 235 Barhydt, Robert .... 253 Beckman, Susan 115, 259 BEeber, Sidney ........ 112 Bolton, Laurence . , 132, 133, 235 Barnes, Judy ........ . . 7. . 235 259 Btehler, Vniera 260 Ba ntg a rd n er , St e p h e p. £6 1 Barnes, Michelle 258 Beer, Bernadette 259 Bieker, Claudio ....... 260 Sondurant, Gory £61 Barnes, Ronnie 253 Beesiey, Carla , . 103, 259 Bieker, Jenette 260 Bonin, Terry ..... 158, 159, 261 Barnes, Sandra . . 81, 258 Be fort, Sandro 136 Bieker Richard 235 Bonner Charles 261 Bornett, Darrel 1 13, 235 Beg noe he. Fro nci s 105, 235 Bigge, Ruth 235 Boonliong, Fungpej 124 Born eft, Roger 258 Behnke, Alice , . 259 Bighorn Jerry 222 Baas Pamela 26 3 Barnhart, Mary 258 Behrens, Cheryl 259 Billinger, Diane ........ 260 Booth, David 220 Barrett, Don ; , . 258 Beisner, Bonnie 119, 259 BillEnger, Linda 260 Booth, Mary ......... 261 Barron, Rose 235 Beisner, Connie 259 BiHips, Layton 260 Barger, Charlotte 212 Barrows, Charles . . . . . 258 Bell, Deanna . . . 259 Bills Gory 260 Borger, Ronald . , 167 Barry, Patrick ......... 109, 253 Bell, James . . 89, 120, 259 Bills, Sheila . 107, 235 Barth, Belinda .... 135, 212, 261 Barstow, Neil 235 Bell, Sharon 259 Binder, Donald ........ 105, 235 Barth, Perry . , . . . 224 Barfkoski, Robert . . 153, 157, 235 Bellerive, Kathryn . . 92, 210, 259 Binder, Margaret ..... 216, 260 Borthwlck, James .... 126, 261 Bartkoski, Sandro . , , . . 258 Bel she, Susan . . . 1 15, 259 Bingomon, Marla 111 Boss, Mike 136 Bartley, David 258 Benda, Linda 259 Bircher, Diane . 128, 212, 226, 260 Boss, Patricia , . . . 261 Barron, Carol ........ 258 Bendel, Janice . . . . 86, 215, 235 Birzer, Janice 260 Boucher, Kenneth 261 Barron, Jomes . , , . , 235 Bender, Curtiss 92, 93, 259, 305 BErzer, Karen 260 Bouchey, Ccfio 235 BoTon, Linda 115, 258 Benedick, Peggy 259 Binder, Karen ........ 260 Bouck, Lawrence 261 Barton, Don , . . . 106 Benefiel, Katy 136 Birzer, Linda ......... 260 Bouton, Clark . . , . 145, 261 Barton, Valerie , 235 Bennett, Joan 259 Bishop Paul 162 Bowel 1, Darrel 235 Baseball . 163-173 Bennett, Judy 259 Bitner, Brenda 131, 260 Bowen, Fred 235 Basgoll, James ....... ..... 235 Bennett, Undo 259 Bit tel Coral 101, 260 So we n , Mary . £61 Basgall, Sheryl 258 Eke n nett, Theresa 259 Block, Judy 235 Bowen, Stanley , , . 145, 261 Bosgall, Thomas 258 Bennett, Terry 259 Biack, Herbert ........ 260 Bowen, Susan . . . 35, 86, 94, 235 Basinger, Kerry ...... 258 Bentley, ton , . . . 125, 235 Blackwood, Charles . . . . 235 Bowles, S’ eve . . . . . . . I6£ Basketball . 152-157 Be re n s. Cot he ri ne 259 Blackwood, Lorry £60 Bowman, Cynthia 113, 261 Batenina n, Kathleen 235 Berg, Rodger 259 Blair, Deanne 235 Bowman, David 261 Botes, Brian 171, 253 Bergen, James . 106, 235 Blake, Gary 260 Bowman, Steve 261 Botes, Richard . ..... 258 Berger, Kathleen . © CO o CO , 90, 104, Bland, Barbara 260 Box berg er, Cynthia 94, 261 Botes, Shirley 104, 258 128, 212, 226 , 259 Blank, Jerry 260 Boyd, Arnold . . . , 26) Battaglia, Austin ..... 162 Bergin, Victor 259 Blankenship, Robert 260 Boyd, Barbar 1 31 4 Boly, Michael ....... 258 Bergling, Susan 260 Blattner, Stanley 112, 260 Boyle, Linda 115, 261 Broddock, Mary 261 Bradford, James Bradley, Lynne Bradley, Pamela 236 Brandt Peggy . . 261 Brondyberry, Phylils 261 Branum, Kyle Brant, Joan 261 Brantley, Rodney 261 Brass Cho ir Bratton, Kent . . . , 118 Brau Roland .... 261 Braun, Barbara 62 Braun, Cynthia Bray, Beverly , . . . 117 Bray, Marcia 115, 124, 262 Brehm Robin . . . . Srentng, Elizabeth 1D7, 119, 236 Brening, Fred .... . ... 222, 262 Brent, Kenneth 262 Bret , Janet Bretz, Joy ...,.♦ 104 Bretz, Richard , , „ , , . . 118, 262 Br in nd, SuzOnne Briggs, David , . . , , . . , . 127, 262 Bristow, Donley . . . ..... 262 Brirt an, Frederic . . . ... 120. 262 Britton, Ricky 226, 236 Broad books Steve 262 Broad ie, Linda 86 236 Broad le, William . . 262 Brock, Kathleen . . 262 Brook, Robert , . ♦ , 162, 224, 262 Brock, William , . r 236 Brockhousen, Dale 262 B rod beck, Kathy 262 Broeckelman. Joan 262 Braky, Kenneth , . 236 Bronson, Drone .... 115, 124, 262 Brooks. Brian . . . . 116 236 Brooks Colleen 262 Brown, Brenda 262 Brown, Cheryl 113, 124, 262 Brown, Dennis . . . . Brown, Evq K. . . . - 115, 262 Brown Gerry . . . , ......... 262 Brown, Jacquelyn 262 Brown James L, . ... 236 Brown. Jomes R. 262 Brown, James W, 262 Brawn, Janet . . . . ... 262 Brown, Jonathan ......... 262 Brown, Michael P, 262 Brown, Michael S, 236 Brawn, Nora . . . . . 236 Brown, Potrido 126, 262 Brown, Robert E. ...... 120, 262 Brown, Robert L « ,104, 163, 262 Brown, Tommy 236 Brown, Vicky . . 86, 236 Brown, Virginia 262 Brownell, Charles . . 3 SB, 220, 202 Broyles, Daniel 262 Brubaker, Elizabeth 236 Srwboker, Paula 262 Bruce, William . . _ 162, 220, 262 Bruce, Delbert 236 Bfuhn. Vern 236 Bruin, Theodoras .......... 151 Bruinekoal, Dewayne ....... 127 Br uno, Donald . . . . . . 262 Brangordt, Barbara ....... . 129 Brangart Fred 263 Brungart, Jerry ..... 263 Brangordt, Leon ...... 170, 171 Brungardt, Sally 113, 263 Bruns, Patricia 263 Brunson, Kenneth • .- .... . , 263 Bru n IS, George 263 Bryant, Dorothy ....... 133, 263 Bod, Mary 263 Buehler, Arthur ....... 108, 236 Buehler, Clarice 263 Buehler, Howard .......... 263 Bushier, Jere 263 Bushier, John ............. 236 Buehler, Virginia 236 Buell, Pamela 263 Bullard, Jeanne . 263 Bullelgh, Marsha .......... 263 Boiler, Carolyn . . . 236 Hunger Darlene 263 Bunker, Gerald ........... 236 Bunker, Lynn ...... 92, 101, 116 Bunsom, Somboon 236 Bunyan, Helen - 263 Burd, Michael A. .......... 263 Burdick, Leona 121. 263 Burdick, Lila 263 Burge, Jonet ........ 236 Burger, Cheryl 236 Burgess, Val 263 Burke, Byron ......... 1 12, 263 Burkhead, Janice 263 Burkheod, Lei and .......... 236 Burnett, Warren 263 Burnham, Bradley 263 Burton, Christine . , 113, 212, 263 Burtscher, Art 220 Busch, Janice . 263 Busch, Kenneth 263 Busch, Robert 106 Buser Cecelia 129, 263 Buser, Daniel . . 263 Bush, John , . . . 236 Buss, Jerityn 263 Busse, Sherri . . . 115 263 Butler, George 145, 263 Butler Karen . . . . .216. 226, 263 Butler, Ralph . . . 220 263 Butler, Ralph W. .. 174, 175 Butzine, Bonnie 263 Byer Debra . . . . 263 Syler, Linda 237 c Cairns, Sarah 263 CafcJorera, Daniel 263 Cole Sue 263 Calhaon, Kenneth ......... 237 Call, Jack 92 Coll Jerry 237 Celia way Howard . , 237 Cornelia Cathy 264 Carmen, Herbert . . . . 149, 151 Compos Priscilla 264 Campbell, Alfred . 104, 153, 1 54, 156, 157, 264 Campbell Douglas ........ 237 Campbell Ronald 264 Campbell Vona 237 Campus Crusade for Christ 138 Campus Student Center . . . 138 Carballo Graeiella . 113 Carey Douglas ............ 237 Carey, Lee ........... 121, 264 Carlon Tommy . 237 Carlson Barbara 264 Carlson, Dorothy 237 Carlson, Jennie 237 Carlson, Marilyn 237 Carlton, Glenn . 264 Carmichael, John . 237 Caron Sr even 264 Carpenter, Connie ........ 964 Carpenter Merle 26 Carper, Geraldine . . 94, 101 264 Carr, Linda 264 Carroll, David 226 Carsten, Cheryl 94, 237 Carter, Allan B. 264 Carter, Allan N. 264 Carter. Barbara . 90 264 Carter, Deanna 119, 264 Carter, Dwigh+ 264 Carter, George 264 Carter, Margaret , 115, 208, 216, 264 Case, Jon , , , . 125, 23 Case, Keefa . 237 Case, Victor .._ ., 120 237 Casey, Patricia , . .. 264 Casey, Sarah 264 Casey Thomas 264 Caspers, Gary 237 Cossen, Peter 237 Cosson, Michael , 264 Cates, Newton 264 Catliri Sharon 216 Cavanaugh, Jean . 104 Cay wood, Kenny 1 45, 237 Chaffin, Dale 264 Chaffin, Jams 264 Chaffin, Lynn 264 Chaffin Paul 264 Chain James . , 111, 237 Chakrabondhu, Paka 124 Chambers Arthur 264 Chan, David ... 84 85 1 16, 237 Chance, Helen 264 Chapman Loren 237 Chapman Verona , , ,, , 237 Choppei, Marvlyn 264 Charboneau, Terry ,,,,, , 127 Chorvat Garry ........... 264 Chase, Clinton ....... 220, 264 Chatchaiyan, Ladowan . . , ► , . 237 Cheerleaders 128 Chemistry Club 116 Chesney, Judy 237 Chester, Ronald 237 Chi Alpha 138 Childers Yolcnde ......... 237 Chipman, Deborah ........ 264 Chitwood Colleen r ... 90, 92, 129, 208, 210, 264 Christensen., Dane 237 Christensen, Leono 264 Christensen, Neil .„, . , 264 Chung Sung , T , , 237 Cibalski, Ronald 127 Clarinet Choir 133 Clark Barbara 264 Clark, Betty . , , , 264 " Clark, Daniel 264 Clark, Debra , , 265 Clark, Jim 265 Clark, Richard 220, 265 359 Clark, Roger 265 Cole, Arthur . . . . 265 Cooley, Linda 238 Cox. Phyllis 104. 13?, 366 Clark, Sandra 265 Cotie. Neil ...... 265 Cooley, Virginia 266 Cox, Shirley , . . . . Clark, Sherry 265 Collegium Muskum 136 toompamhu, Sukree .124 Coy, Dee ........ Clarke, Kirby 120 237 Collette, Mary 265 Cooper, Alan 238 Crabtree, Cynthia 266 Clarke, Michael 265 Collins, Dan , . . . . 237 Cooper, Barbara 119. 266 Craft, Shirley , . . . . . . . 216. 266 CEovssen, Ron a id 265 Collins, Lem no , . . 265 Cooper, John 230 Cranmer, Robert 266 Clay. Lance 237 Coilinson, Bruce 265 Cooper, Nancy 266 Cranston, Donna 266 Ooycofnp. Terry ........... 144 Combs, Janet . . 1 19. 266 Coper, Jane , , , 266 Cravens, Russ . . . . Clayton. Kathy 237 Cornea u, Linda 266 Cape, Nancy 266 Crawford Carol . , , , 94, 19!, 267 Clayton. Max 237 Comerford, John 266 Cordel, Robert 266 Crawford James Clayton, Ronald 265 Co no way, lorl . . , . 115, 266 Carder, Angela 266 Creamer Duane . . .... 157, 267 Clews, Diana 265 Conaway, Vona 266 Corke, Carlgtta 266 Crist Judith .... Clinesmith Ramona 104, 265 Con dr a, Clarence 237 Carmack, Stanley 266 Criswell, Carolyn Clotfelter, Cortland 237 Conley, Eileen 266 Com, Lynn , , S5, 86, 94, 95, 1 1 4, Critchfield, Aian Clourman, Jacqueline ...... 237 Conley, Sherry 266 233 Critchfieid, Stephen . . 92, 97, 98, Clumsky, Stephen , . . 223 Conrad, Rand 266 Cornett, Joyce 266 226, 238 Coady, Janet 237 Con si dine, Dennis . 170, 171, 226, Corns, Deborah 266 Critchfield, William 267 Coats, Brenda 94, 210, 265 266 Catt, Lodorina 233 Craft, Undo Cochrane, Dennis 265 Converse Barbara . 129 210. 266 Couch, David 266 Cross Country 148451 Cackrum Nancy . . 265 Converse, Carole ♦ . 112, 194, 237 Council, Janet , . .. 96, 210, 266 Cross Larry .... 226. 267 Coe Norman . 265 Conyac, Alby 238 Council, Jerry 101, 266 Cross ley, Denise N5 Coe Richard 265 Conyac, Constance 238 Couture, Edith - 109, 283 Cudney, Sharon , . Coen, Daren 237 Cook, Beverly 266 Covington, John 145 Cudney, Vtekey 267 Coffin, James 171, 228 Cook, Fred ....... . 39 121, 266 Cox, Benito 238 Cultey, Karen . . . . ... 2 [ 6 . 267 Coffin, Sherrill ... 110, 129, 210 , Cook, Joyce . 266 Cox, Connie 266 Cullumber, Van 267 265 Cook, June 129, 266 Cox, Cynthia 266 Culver, Connie ... 267 CoffindoHer, Linda ... 129, 265 Cook, Mildred 266 Cox, Deann . . . . 129 Cummings, Ronald . - 267 Coldazier, John 265 Cook, Ryan . . . . 266 Cox, Jeffrey , . . 162 Cunningham, Royle ... 158, 220, Students began getting acquainted with the long awaited Memorial Union addition May IK The new addition houses bowling lanes, and snooker in the recreation area, a cafeteria, ballroom, bookstore and lounges 360 267 Curtis, Jerald . , . . 267 Custer Hall . , r 183 191 Custer, Raymond . , r , 267 Custer, Twflo ....... 267 Cutright, David 267 Outright, Donald 267 D Dabiri, Massoud 267 Dahl, Larry . . . . 267 Dailey, John .... 86, 92, 233 Daisey Mae , . . . 82 Dana, Frank . , . . 267 Daniels, Saily 267 Dansel, Robyn . , , 24, 78, I 43, 238 Darnell, Brenda 1 15 Dome!!, Marilyn 267 Daubert, Richard 267 Daubert, Victor 223 Dauer, Sheryl . 267 David, Daniel . . , 267 Davidson, Bryce . 267 Davidson, Sue 267 Davis, Alberta , . , . , 115, 216, 267 Davis, Ann 233 Davis, Cheryl „ „ 267 Davis, James 267 Davi$, Mark . . . . 267 Davis, Martha . . . 238 Davis, Rkhard 267 Davis, Susan 267 Davis, Stanley 267 Day, Marjorie Day, Mauricia 268 Day, Roberta 263 Dean, Jerry . , . , . 268 Deon, Jill ! 29, 263 Dean, Ronnie . 263 Deardorff, Merle . , . . , r . , r , 263 Deardorff, Pamela 116 Debes, Darlene , 268 Debes, Joseph 263 Debes, Robert 268 Debey, Wayne . 268 Dechonf, Dovid ........ r .. r 268 Deeds, Robert 220 Deeds, Robin .. 129, 210, 231, 268 Deeds, Sherry . . , . 268 Deforest, Kenneth ...... 92, 197 Degormo, Douglas -- 120, j219, 238 Degarmo, Lorry 218, 268 Degenhordt, Donald . ... 107, 268 Degen hardf, Raymond . . . , . 268 Degood, Lanny 263 D eh oven, Everett 238 Dehn, Donald . . . 268 Deibert, Edwin ......... 126 Deines, Bonnie . , ... 129, 238 Deines, Dan , . 238 Deines, Dennis 268 Deines, jerre 238 Domes, Julie ... , , . , 210, 263 Deines, Kelly . . , 87, 89, 174, 220, 263 Deines, Ricky 268 Deiser, Peter . . . . 222, 268 Dejmal, Joe 268 Delaney, Jerel , 268 Delta Sigma Phi 220 Delta Tau Alpha 104 Delta Zeta .... 212 Demaree, Kathryn 268 Demaree, Bruce . .... 206 Demass, Karen 268 Denning, Dan . . 226 Denning, Tam . .... 219 Denning, Thomas . . . . 268, 269 Denton, Clyde 269 De pie 550, Larry 269 Desair, Henry . . 112, 269 Desaire, Marva , , . 269 Desbien, Robert 112 Dettmer, Craig 104 Devlin, Berne . . 226, 269 Dewees, Jane 269 Dexter, Kraig . . 231, 238 Dey, Dennis . . . . . 113, 127 Dey, Robert 123 Dibble, James ......... 269 Dibble, Max 238 Dible, Dereso 115, 269 Dible, Gloria 106 Dick, Ann . . . . 269 Dick, John .... 269 Dick, Rodney 269 Dick, Rosa .... 112, 269 Dickman, Diane , . , . . 109, 238 Dickman, Gory 269 Dieck, Kenneth . 162, 231, 269 Dieckhoff, Foster 109 Dieckhoff, Tando 107 Diehl, Henry 269 Diehl, Undo 238 Diehl, Ronald . . 269 Diehl, Walter 269 D ierberger, 8am 219, 269 Dierberger, Tim 213, 269 Diers, Leon ...... 269 Dies, Geneva . . . . 269 Dietz, Carol , . , , . 269 Dietz, Carol ...... 115, 124, 269 Dietz, Claudio . . . . . . . . . 90. 269 Dietz, Marsha . , . . 238 Dietz, Rodney . . . . 233 Dilley, Allen ...... 108, 133 Diilon, Mary . . . , . 269 Dtnges, Marlene . . 269 Dinkel, Brenda . . . 269 Dtnket, Kenneth . . . 168, 170, 171 Dirks, Norvin . . . . . 238 Dive!, Larry .... 230, 238 Dixon , Brenda .... 216, 226, 269 Dixon, Nancy . r . . 269 Doak, Deborah , , , . 129, 210, 269 Doan, Vicki ....... , . . . . 94, 269 Dodrill, Deborah 269 Dodson, Libby . . . . 136, 269 DoerHer, Charles 269 Doleehek, Jane . . . , .. ... 113, 130 Dolechek, Larry 269 Doleehek, Mary L. . 94, 269 Doll, Doualas A. . . . 269 Doll, Garyold . . . . 269 Doll, Mark 269 Doll, Susan 121, 270 Dombough, Johnie M. . . 106, 233 Dome, Don . . , 200, 233 Dome, Sharon , r , , 270 Dominguez, Mario E. . . 9, 79, 113, 270 Do no hey, Daryl 224, 270 Donaldson, Deb by 270 Donath, Darlene 270 Donohoe, Anifo . . . 104, 270 Dooley, Norman .... in, 270 Doran, Richard, Jr. . 145, 162, 270 Doud, Dovid L. . . . 270 Doud, Rise ...... 270 Do ug h er ty , E t i za to et b .... 112, 270 Dougherty, Jim . , 270 Downing, Rhetf 238 Doxon, Patricio 270 Drach, John . , . . , 270 Draper, Sherry , . „ . .. 270 Dreker, Sheila . . . . 270 Dreiling, Charlene .... 105, 238 Dreiling, Dorian . . . 270 Dreiling, Eugene . . . . 220, 270 Dreiling, Florence . 270 Dreiling, Jane 270 Dreiling, John , . . . 226 Dreiling, Judy . . . . 270 Dreiling, Kathleen 270 Dreiling, Linda S, . 238 Dreilina, Lois ...... 90, 104, 270 Dreiling, Lynda . , . 109. 238 Dreiling, Marilyn 270 Dreiling. Mark . . . 270 Dreiling, Pamela . . . 1 1 3, 127, 270 Dreiling, Rene , , . 270 Dreiling, Shery! , . 270 Dressel, Marion . . 233 D ressm a n , S h a na 270 Driscoll, Kenneth 238 Drosselmeyer, Wesley 104, 1 n. 233 Dryden, Elizabeth 239 Dubois, Diana .... 270 Dugan, Judy .. 108, 130, 133, 270 Duggins, Janice Dumler, Larry 239 270 Duncan, Susan . . , 239 Duncan, Von ..... 270 Dunekcak, Larry . . . 167, 270 Dunkek David .... 270 Dunkel, Sadonia . , . . 270 Dunn, Dawn 210, 270 Dunn, Gary 270 Dunning, Aian 271 Dupree, Mary , , , , 271 Duran, Jerome .... 120, 151 Durler, Stanley 145 Durr, Randy ...... 220, 271 Duryee, Donald . . . 208, 226, 271 Dusin, Karl ...... 271 Dutton, Richard 112 Dyck, James . 89, 271 Dyck, Timothy .... 271 Dye, George ..... 271 E Eaglin , Anne ....... + ,, + 239 Earnest, Jeff 239 Echer, Steven 271 Eck, Mike 220, 271 Eek, P. John 39, 239 Eckert, Michae ' 230, 271 Eckhordt, Donna r . . 271 Eddy, Alice 271 Edgerle, Teri 239 Edminster, Jo 271 Edmundsan, Deena .... 113, 271 Edwards, Beverly 271 Edwards, Peggy . 21 4, 271 Edwards, William ......... 271 Eggers, Henry 271 Eggleston, Gory 239 Ehly, Mari ho . , . . . 271 Ehrlich, Jeffery . B 7, 89, 208, 271 EickbosH, Linda 271 Ellert. Kent . . 218 Eilen, Stanley , , , , , $4. ! 14, 229 Eisenhour, Douglas , , . . 120, 239 Elder, Coro! .• 101, 271 Elder, Gristle , 215, 271 Elder, Qrody 145, 162, 271 Elder, Phillip ........ 239 ELlenberger, Terry , . 239 Ellingbae, Sue 271 Elliott, Anita , . . 271 Elliott, D. AHon ... 112, 220, 271 Elliott, Jacquelyn . , M2, 216, 271 Elliott, William 271 Ellis, Martha . . 108, 133, 271 E Hi worth, Terry 271 Elmore, Eldon 118, 271 EfmquLst, Charles 271 Elniff, Ronald .... 220. 271 Eisey, John 271 Elston. Donno 129 Emmert, Larry 239 Emory, Lena 239 EngeL Devona . . . 271 Engel, Donna . 115, 271 Engel, John . . 174. 175, 239 Engel, Kenneth 271 Engs I land, Cheryl , 272 Engel, Lucille 271 England, Merlene 212, 272 Eng ling, Orval 272 English, Rita 101, 272 Enright, Gloria 272 Enslow, Mary . . . 90, 94, 1 12, 127 Epsilon Pi Tau , . 106 Erbert, Greg 272 Erbert, Terrence , 226 Erkhicni Kathleen 272 Ernst, Dennis 239 Erway, Lyle 219, 272 Esfeld, Jone . . . - 194, 272 Esfeld, Valerie 272 Estes, Michael . . . 164, 167, 208 222, 272 Eta Rho Epsilon 113 Etling, Gory 121 Eubank, Barbara 272 Eubank, Carol . , r - - 239 Eubank, Charles 239 Evans, David 272 Evans, Diane . . . . . 113, 272 Evans, Paula ....... T . 272 Evans, Randall . 272 Evans, Thomas 145, 147 Evel, Ronald 272 Everhart, Barbara 34, 239 Ewy, John 112, 272 F Fagan, Raymond 126 Fahren holtz, Christ in 239 Falmon, Susan , 272 Fair, James , . 272 Fakes, Connie 272 Farmer, Marie 130, 272 Forney, Thomas . I I 1, 239 Farr, Velma 209, 216, 272 Farris, Gary 272 Foulkender, Joyce . ..... 273 Foulkender, Roger , 273 Faulkner, Cherie .......... 273 Faulkner, David . . , 273 Faulkner, Kotheryn ........ 127 Faurot, Robert 239 Fehrenbacher, Lonnie ...... 273 FeikerT, Lorry 273 Feist, Kenneth 106, 239 Feist, Mary 112 Feldt, Ranald 273 Felzien, Marla 115, 273 Ferguson, Veorl 239 Feriand, Janet 121, 273 FickeS, Spencer 239 Fielder, Philip 273 Fielder, Ronald 114, 273 File, Dante! 224 File, Dee . 273 Finger, Donald ........ 200, 273 Fink, Donoieo . , . 84, 85, 86, 109, 239 Finney, Marsha 239 Finr.in, Mike ....... 92. 93, 228 Fischer, William 220, 273 Fish, Martha ............. 273 Fisher, Donna « 273 Fisher, June . 273 Fisher, Rollond 273 Fishier, Peggy 273 Fixsen, Randall 273 Flagler, Charlene , , 239 Flagler, Loquifa . 273 Flalg, Susan 273 Flakus, Mary 273 fiamik, Earl 228, 273 Flaska, Steve , . , . , 325. 273 Flox, Mory . . . . , 273 Fleming, Diane . , . Fleske, Karen 273 f 1 etcher, Cindi 212, 273 Fllnn, Sheiia . 273 Fogo. James . . . 273 Fokk, Gory 273 Foot, Patricio . . . . , . 94, 130, 273 Football 147 Forbes, Della 239 Ford, Thomas 273 Forpohl, Penny . . . . . 273 Forsborg, Kenneth 273 Fort, Gregory . T . . .... 226, 273 Fortune, Jerry 273 Foster, Ann .... 273 Fox, Chester .... 224, 274 Fox, Dovid ...... 239 Fox, Steven .... 92 Fax , Charles .. 105 Frock, Jonyth . , . . 216, 274 Frock. Undo .... 128, 216, 274 Francis, D. Clifton Francis, Melizzo . . . .... 274 Frank, Betty .... 239 Frank, Saljy 274 Frcnke, Thomas . . 125, 239 prortko, Mark T T . 274 Frazey, Undo 274 Freed, Gory .... 228 Freeman, David 274 French Club , . . , 112 French, Leslie 274 French, Wilma 274 Frey, Richard . 122 Frick, Steven . . 274 Pricker, Roger 228, 274 Frederick Judy . 108 , 274 F r led eric h. Rondo! 1 . ... 218, 274 Fried ly, Douglas . . 127, 274 Friend, Barbara 274 Friesen, Susan 116, 185, 274 Frost, Jana 94, 274 Frydendoli, Larry . 239 Frye. Dianne . , . 239 Fukasowo, Yoshikazu 219 Fuller, Lorry 274 Fulton, Joonne 239 Furbeck, Cindy . . , . 129, 216, 226, 574 Furlough Queen ........... 83 G Gabel, Dennis 274 Gaither, Cassandra . . 2 4 Gallagher, Stan 274 Gatlougher, Pamela ....... 274 Go 3 Hard t. Donald 222, 274 Gail ion, Ivon 274 Gamma Delta ............. 138 Gansei, Richard ...... 226, 274 Garden, Mary ............ 274 Gardner, Jock , . . , 224 Gardner, Marilyn . . 105, 109, 274 Gar low, Floy 239 Garrett, Cathey , . . ♦ 274 Garrett, Deborah .. 119, 210, 274 Garten, Cathy 122 Garwood, James , , . 574 Garwood, Jan 274 Gaschler, Dennis 574 Goskell, Mkhoel . . 153, 157, 218, 274 Goskill, Danaid 274 Gassmann, Anthony ....... 274 Gossner, Carolyn .......... 239 Gates, Ralph 231. 274 Gechter, Marsha .......... 274 Gedney, Michae 1 ..... 120, 240 Geier, Alan .............. 274 Gefet, Phyllis 240 George, Eddie ............ 275 Geargeson, John . . 1 43, 1 45, 240 Gerber, Larry r . . . 208, 224, 240 German Club . . , 113 GerrEtzen, Jeanette ... 112, 2 5 Gerstberger, Kenneth 740 Gerstenltorn, Deborah 275 Gerstenkorn, Linda ........ 275 Gerstner, Myron , 275 Gfelter, Linda ........ 107, 24Q Gholson, Jone ............ 275 Gibb, Stanley . 275 Giebter, Karen 275 Giehler, Robert , , . 275 Giebler, Sharon ... 104, 121, 275 Gienger, Gwyn 275 Giese, Barbara ... 119, 212, 275 Gifford, Belinda .. 129, 133, 210, 275 Gilbert, Doris 240 Gilbert, Michael 275 Gilbert, Nor ' an , 133, 240 Gilchrist, Beverly 85, 240 Giles, Debra 275 Giles, Michael 275 Giles, Norman 240 362 Gilger, John Gray, Cynthia . , . , 108, 240 Gllkerson, Verltn 275 Gray, Frank ,. 120, T58, 220, 276 Gillen, Colleen Gray, James 276 Gillen, John . . . . Green, Harold Gillette, Trudy 94, 275 Green, James . . . 158, 159, 220, Glngics, Leonard 275 259, 276 Gingroux, Danie , ..... 231, 275 Green, Mark . . . . ..... 228, 229 Gingroux, John 106 Green, Richard Girot, Borboro 115, 275 Green, Roxy , . . 90. 100, 276 Gloss man, John 275 Gregg, Curtis . . . Glossmon, Mary Gregg, George . , , 104, 226, 276 Gleason, Darryl . . , 104, 240 Gregory, Vjrl .... 276 Gleason, Gregory , .... 101, 240 Gres nick, Joseph 145, 157 Gleason, Mark . . Grlbben, Carolyn . . , . 84, 86, 240 Glenn, Lorry 240 Griffin, Barbara , . 240 Gleue, David Griffin, Lois . , . . 276 Gleue, Lorine 275 Griffin, Sue . . . . Gfeue, Steven . . . . 89, 275 Griffiths, Robert . . 158, 159, 220, Glover, Pomelo 275 276 Gnad, David . . , . 275 Grippln, Gary 276 Good, Shirley . . . , 125, 575 Gross, Alexia , . „ Gobin, Shorolyn . . . 107, 119, 275 Gross, Coro! ......... 240 Godfrey, James Gross, Dolores 276 Goebel. Kenneth . . . 92, 197, 275 Gross, Herald 240 Goetz, Iwrila .... Gross, John . . . . 276 Golf Gross, Judith 276 Goad, Ronald 84 Gross, Lester ........ 276 Goodwin, Janice , 210 275 Gross, Marie ...... 276 Goodwin, Pomelo 275 Gross, Wesley 226 Gorball, Nanay . . . 240 Grout, Lindo 109 Gordon, Constance ... 2U, 275 Gi ' bves, Pamela . .... 276 Go re Mo ry 240 Gruber, Vicky 276 Goseland, Gory 231 Grunwald, Glen 276 Goth, Warren , . , . 220, 273, 275 Grusing, Lavon . . . 94, 107, 127, Gotrschalk, Timothy , , . 220, 240 276 Gaudy, Linda .... 133, 212, 276 Grusing, Undo , . . , 94, 24! Go wer, Betty . , , 2 7,6 Guffey, Richard 145 Grobbe, Richard 276 Gunn, Steven . . , , 224, 276 Grab be, Rosemarie . 90, 216, 276 Gust a f son, Mary 96, 276 Grocer, Stephanie 132 Cutlery, John . T . . 104, 226, 241 Gfoble, Julie . . . . . 107, 276 Gwoltney, James , . . . . 224, 276 Graf, Norma 276 Gw inner, Charles . . 120, 1 45, 241 Grofel, Sheila 276 Gym nos tics . . , Graham, Jerry 276 Graham, Sharon 128, 276 LI Graham, Steven . . . 224, 276 H Grandstaff, Kitty 240 Gravelle, James Haag, Charles 127 Graver, Amber „ . . . 119, 216, 276 Haas, Anthony , . 276 Graver, Robin 240 Haas, Jane 276 Groves, Ava .... 276 Haas, Judith . . . . 97, M2 Graves, Connie . - 109, 240 Haas, Lorraine 241 Groves, Yvette 276 Haas. Sharon 277 Gray, Alice , . , , 276 Haase, Ralph 277 Gray, Charles Habiger, John . . . , 241 Hachmeister, Bruce .... 104, 241 Mormon, Steven ..... 278 Hadley, Julio 277 Harmon, Richard 120, 241 Hadley, Stephen . 120, 277 Harms, Donna .... 278 Haetrokul, Niphan 241 Bor ness, Kathryn 278 Hageman, Nancy 241 Haro a, Edward 120, 241 Roger, Linda 277 Barrel, Mary . . . , , 107, 278 Hogerman, Shirley .... 216. 277 Harris, Carol Hahn, Rickie . . . , . 145, 228, 27 7 Harris, Cynthia Hoke, John ..... 241 Harrison Jennifer ..... 278 Halderman, Barrett 241 Harrison, Tad Hale, Patricia , . . 94, 277 Hart, Howard Hall, Annexe 241 Hart, Jeffry .... 241 Hall, Judy 241 Harting, Harold 241 Hall, Steven , , , , 277 Hosdhors , Belinda Ha Hack, Donna 277 Hoselhorst, Daniel 278 Hailing, Jeanette 115, 277 Haselhorst, Joyce 278 Hailing, Melvin 277 Hoselhorst, Leon . . 278 Hamilton, Edwin 127 Hasket t, Jone . . . . 119, 278 Hamm, Carolyn 277 Haskett, Pauline 278 Hommeke, Thomas 277 Hatch, Dennis .... . . 81 , 87, 278 Hammer, Donald 277 Hatfield, Roger 241 Hammer, Patricia 2 77 Hotten, Mary ..... 278 Ham morse hmidt, Jconet , , , , 277 Hcverfield, Melvin ..... 145 Hammerschmidt, Kathy . . . . 216. Hoyden, Solly ..... 278 226, 277 Hcyoen, Shirley ..... 278 Hammond, Gerald 277 Hayes, Undo 278 Hampton, Richard ; 277 Hayes, Philio ..... 278 Hand, David .... 226 Haynes, Charles 242 Hon eke, James , , 113. 121, 277 Haynes, Cynthia 278 Haney, Janet 277 Hoyse, Beth .... 278 Haney, Kirk 241 Hayse, Frances -..4 . 123, 242 Hanhorat, Ronald 277 Hazelton, Ellen ..... 278 Hannafin, Michael .... 169, 170, Mealy, Frank . . . . , . , « 145 171 , 172 Heaps, Ronaid 242 Hansen, Carroll ..... 84, 241 Heather, Brooke . 53, 278 Hansen, Dixie 277 Hedge, Susan . 242 Hansen, Earl 27 7 Hedge, William . . 228, 278 Hansen, James 278 Heeke, M. Theresa M2, 278 Horbaugh, Brenda 278 Heffel, Marvin 242 Horbaugh, Paul 278 Heffel, David . . . . . 222, 278 Horbaugh, Sylvia , , . 85, 105, 241 Heft, Suzanne . . . . . 96. 242 Harbin, Mario . . . . .... 214, 278 Hefty, Ann 242 Harbin, Ruth , , . , 278 Heim, William 242 Hardin, Cindy , . . 119, 129, 216. Helmon, Steven . . ..... 242 278 Hein, Richard 278 Hardin, Connie 278 Heinz, Janet . . , . 278 Hording, Harold 218 Heinze, Allan 120, 226, 279 Harding, Vernon . . . 87, 116, 278 Heinze, Alvin . . . . 279 Hardy, David „ . , , 278 Heinze, Gregory . . 208, 224, 24? Hardy, Lorry , . , , 241 Hejny, Gary 279 Hardy, Weston 133 Heldenbrand, Edward 145 Harkness, Mary 273 Helfrlch, Robert 222 Harman, Conrad 278 Helin, Gerald . . . . 218. 279 Harman, Patrick 278 Heller, Jimmy . .. . 127 Harman, Sherry 97, 112 HeKerud, Robert 226, 279 363 Heim, Cart ........ 145, 242 Herrmon, Rochelle 279 Higgins, Richard .... 171, 172 Hoffman, Donald 280 226 279 279 Hill Barbara 230 Hoffmon, John . . 280 Helm, Wilber ...... ...... 279 Herrmonn, Patricia 1 IS, 279 Hill, H. Mark . . . 15 1, 242 Hoffman, Sue 280 Hetman, 3 hi1tp .... . . 226 Herrmann, Ron . . 279 Hill, Theodore , . ......... 280 Hof tiger, Robert 2 B0 Hem me. Robert 222 Hershberger, Sherry 279 Hiller, Marcia 280 Hoke, Patricia 230 Hem my. Jomes ■ , - ... 279 Herzog, Lester 279 Hillman, Larry 242 Hall, Steven 280 Hemphill, Michael . 279 Hess man Steve 279 Hinshaw, Gail 280 Holler, Harris 231 Henderson, Karen 279 Hess man LeJean 279 Hinlz, Sandra . . . 109 Holler, Trudy , . , . . 93, 203, 242 Hendriekso n. Lorry 279 Hessenftow, Charles 279 Hird, Steven 280 Holliman, Michael . 161, 162, 281 Hennigh, Kathleen 279 Hesser, Gary .... 158, 218, 279 Hish, Cynthia 280 Holliman, Patrick . . . 92, 228, 231 Henning, Donna 279 Hester, Pamela . , . . 90, 212, 279 History Club 121 Hollingsworth, Cyria 281 HenricksOn Gordon 242 Heubiesn , Diane 279 Hixenbaugh, Gol! 242 Holmes, Lorry 231 Henry, Erne! 242 Heublein , Larry . . 279 Hixon, Larry . . , , 242 Holmes, Pat . 90, 216 Herl, Der i nis . 279 Hewes, Sharis ... 85 242 Hixon Rondo .... 280 Holmes, William 158 Herman, Eddie - , . 279 Hewson, Steven , . . 89, 20 S, 218, Hladek, Larry 230 Halopirek, Kenneth 281 Heroneme, Joyce 279 279 Hlaus, Francis 230 Holston, Angela 281 Herring, Harold ....... 279 Heyen, Connie 1 29, 279 Hobbs, Marjorie . , 242 Homecoming . 25 Herrman, Adom 242 Hiatt, Stanley 279 Hoch, Robert .. 280 Homecoming Queen . 78 Herrman, Becky , . 210, 279 Hibbs, Claude 222 Hach, Stephen . , , 106, 120, 2 B0 Home Economics Chapter 119 Herrmon, Etoine . . 129, 279 Hicke I, Barbara . . 279 Hochman, Steven 280 Ho nas, Ernest . . . 121 Huffman, Joseph 242 Hickman, Randall 280 Hodges, Jennie 280 Honas, Gerold . . . , 118, 23! Herrmon, Karen 279 Hickman. , Sharon 280 Hoff hous, Karen ... 280 Honas, James 231 Herrman, Leo . . 2 OB, 279 Hick$, David . . , . . 280 Hoffman, Cynthia , ., 79, 92, 128, Honderiek, John 242 Herrmon, Lois . . , . ....... 279 Hiegert, Cheryl 230 147, 280 Honderick, Neal 281 " Each year America covers with concrete a land area equal to the size of Ellis coun- ty 1 said Dr. Eugene Fleharty at Ft, Hays Earth Day, As he spoke, FHS maintenance men poured concrete over a well-worn stu- dent short-cut across the college lawn. 364 Hooper, Undo 281 Hoover, Brenda 281 Hoover, James ... 96, 101, 125, 231,281 Hopkins, Steven 281 Horchem, Paulo . , . 281 Horn, Roger 231 Horner, Alan ............ 220 Horner Andrew . 281 Horner, Potsy ........ 115, 242 Horning, Rosonne .. 107, 119, 281 Horyna, Joyce ... 108, 214, 281 Horyna, Shirley 281 Hath, Alice 231 House, Belly 281 House, Rodger . 28 I Houston, Helen 4 + . 281 Houston, fto ' hona ......... 281 Howard, Jesse 281 Howard. Judy 242 Ho word, Sharon .......... 281 Howe, Rhonda 281 Howell, Stella , ■ 981 Howgill, Martyn . 87, 92, 99, 116, 153, 155, 1 56, 157, 242 Buck, C Jone . , . 107, 1 19, 281 Huck, Carla 118 Huddleston, Kathy ........ 281 Hudson, Christine ......... 281 Hudson, Thomas 242 Huebner, Dennis .......... 242 Huebner, Gloria 281 Huenergorde, James ...... 242 Hug, Beth . , . 245 Hughes, John 281 Hugo, Cornelius ... 1 f3, 124, 281 Huitt NonCy ......... 212, 581 Humpert, Mory ....... 115, 281 Hunley, Rickey 526, 281 Hunt. Rhondo 281 Hunter, Ryth . , . 1 15, 282 Hurl but, Sharon ........... 282 Hurst, DSonna 282 Hurst, Kenneth 282 Huso, Ivon 242 Huser, Paula 282 Hustig, Kathleen . 282 HusEig Vicki 282 Husted, Anita ..... 92, 210, 282 Huston, Robert 282 Huston, Rosemary . 282 Hutchinson, Thomas . . 232 Hut ter, Carey . 1 1 4, 242 I Ideker, Vicki 282 Imel, JEm .. . ... 242 Inauguration 813 Industrial Arts Club 120 Ingram, Roy ... . 108, 121. 242 Ingrutn, Patricio 282 Insley, Ronald ..... ... 282 Jnt or □ prosit, Viriya . . 242 Inter.f roternity Council . . . 208 Irby, Richard 228, 282 Isha, Stephen ............. 282 Ivey, Rickey .............. 582 J Juckson, Robert ....... 282 Jacobs, Brenda ........... 582 Jacobs, Debra . 282 Jacobs, Donald ............ 242 Jacobs, Janet ., 214. 582 Jacobs, Kathleen 115, 282 Jacobs, Mory 315, 282 Jacobs, Sharon .... 99, 1 16, 282 Jacobs, William 282 JoCpuss. Karen 282 Jahoy, Emily ............. 282 Jokubson, Paul 225 282 James, Lynda 2 82 James, Patrick 3 71, 282 James, Richard 282 Jankovits, Gary 282 Jonno, Donna . 282 Jonsonius, Julie ....... 107, 282 Jeters, Don 226, 242 Jemteon, Erlcne ....... 133, 282 Jenkins, Lionell ........ . 145 Jennings, Donna 242 Jensen, Cynthia . 282 Jensen, Duvid 282 Junsen, Galen . . . . 282 Jensen, Judith ............ 245 Jensen. Kathleen ...... 210. 282 Jensen, Karen ............ 282 Jensen, Patricio ........... 242 Jeter. William 175 Jimenez, Juan . 82, 110, 113, 242 Jimenez, Lute .... .♦ . . 226, 283 Jindro, Ru f h , , . , , 283 Johnson, Barbara . , 3 13, 133. 283 Johnson, Casey . 218, 233 Johnson, Darrell 243 Johnson, Don n is 283 Johnson, Edwin ........... 158 Johnson, Fred . . 92, 93, 112, 208, 219, 283 Johnson, Fred J. 125, 283 Johnson, Gaylord . . 283 Johnson, Gingie ...... 212, 233 Johnson, Gregory 256, 283 Johnson, Herman 243 Johnson, James L. .... 125, 283 Johnson, Janet ........... 243 Johnson, Jams ............ 253 Johnson, Jerry 127 Johnson, Johanna ..... 115, 283 Johnson, John 283 Johnson, Karen ....... 129, 243 Johnson, Undo 283 Johnson, Margaret .... 109, 243 Johnson, Patrick .......... 283 Johnson. Peter ,. ... .. 283 Johnson, Ralph 1 43 Johnson, Renee ........... 243 Johnson, Ronald 243 Johnson, Sandro ... 98, II 2, 283 Johnson, Sarah 283 Johnson, Susan . 283 Johnson, Thomas ... 99, 228. 243 Johnston, Shanann .. 96, 216, 283 Jones, Anderson . . . . 283 Jones, Donna 283 Jones, Jay 283 Jones, Marylirt 283 Jones, Noro Elizabeth ...... 283 Jones, Susan 283 Jones, Virgil 283 Jorgemen Lindo .......... 283 Jorgensen, Rexann 283 Joss, Ava 94 , 133, 216. 283 Judy, Dwight ............. 243 Juergensen, Vaarle ... 113 Julian, Basil 125, 283 Juneau, Theodore 145 Juno, Elvita .......... 185, 253 K Kappa Omicron Phi 107 Korbon, Kay ene ....... 94, 283 Karl, Michael , . 120 Karlin, Charles 89. 583 Karlin, David 283 Karlin, Linda ... . ... 283 Karlin, Margaret . . , . 283 Karlin, Mory ..... r .. r ,, r , 233 Korhn, Suson , ......... 283 Karlin, Teresa 243 Karlin, Terry ......... 133 243 Koshka, Antoinette . . 90. 1 1 3, 284 Kasselmon, Linda 284 KoStens Gory 284 Kastens, Jayne 284 Kaster. Gary 284 Kaizennieier, Dana 284 Kaufman, Carla ........... 284 Kaufman, Roger 284 Keagy. David ............. 284 Keorns, David 384 Keaiing, James , . . 145 Keating, Josephine 243 Keating, Warren J. 243 Keating, Wylmo .......... 243 Keberlein, John .......... 243 Keenan, John 243 Keenan Robert ......... 229 Keith Diana .......... 130, 284 Keith, Diana R 284 Keith, Edward 284 Kell, Donald 264 Keller, James B. ...... 157 284 Keller James 0 . ... 226 Keller Karen 104, 243 Keller, Kenneth . . 284 Keller, Mary 284 Keller, Samuel 284 Kelley, Paula . . . 284 Kelly william .... 145, 284 Kalman Beverly ., . 216, 284 Keh net James 284 Kemp, Dionne 115, 284 - Kemp. George 284 Kennedy , Howard 284 Kennedy Karol! ........... 284 Keeney, Tam 284 Kenyon, Mory 284 Kepico, Douglas 243 Kerbs, Terry . . 226 Kern, Donna 2 4 Kern, Linda . . 284 Kernohan, Beverly . . 243 Kemohan, Robert 543 Kerr, Franklin 284 Kerr, GayJen ......... 121, 284 esl, Barocro 284 Kessinger, Patricia ........ 2$4 Ketterl, Bernard 284 Keneii, Mark ............. 230 Keyser, Larry . 104, 243 KFHS 303 Kimple, Richard . 243 Kinderknecht C, J. . 120, 2 4 Kinder knee ht Dixie . . 584 365 Kinderknecht, Shirley 284 King, Elizabeth 284 King. Rodney 243 Kings, Lillian 115 Kingsley, Douglos , , ♦ 96, 219,, 284 Kirby, Alberto 243 Kirk, Andreo ■ 1 18, 130 Kirk, Greg ,, 285 Kirk, Johnno 285 Kirk, Randoll , . 285 Kirk, Sheryl 119, 285 Kirk, Terry , 285 Kirkendoll, Joseph ,,. 113 Kisser, Donna 2 5 Kite, Melinda ...... „ 124 Kitts, Melvin , , 89, 153, 157, 235 Klaus, Alex 285 Klaus, Larry 243 Klaus, Richard 285 Klein, Faye . . . „ „ 285 Klein, Jerry . . . , . . . . 285 Klein, Lynden 285 Klendo, Timothy „ , , , , 285 Kletchka, Ronald ... 89, 92, 121, 285 Kline, Mary 285 Kllnzmonn, MorttEo 107, 285 KJusener, Alan . . . , 85, 1 16, 243 Knight, Donna 285 Knight, James 127 Knight, Undo 243 Knight, Peter . , . 285 KnoU, Lawrence 243 Knoll, Leo 113 Knox, Connie . 194, 285 Knox, M. Darlene 243 Knox, Susan 285 Kocn, Elvm 285 Koehn, Dorretl . , . . 285 Koehn, Martha 13 2 Koeiling, Donato . . . 127, 243 Koerner, Barbara 285 Koerperith, Elchne ........ 285 Koett, fm ldo 285 Kohl Barbara ........ 101 286 Kohl, Kenneth 286 Kolb, Kelvin 286 Kollhoff, Daniel , ♦ 243 Koo, Virginia 243 Koons, Lynn 286 Kootz, Kathleen 130, 286 Koplik, Janet , 214, 286 Korte, Michael . , 286 Koster, Arthur 286 Koster, Marla 286 Koster, Ronald ,, ,, 171, 286 Kottwitz, Eiizobetn 286 Kough, Jerl 215, 286 Kough, Michael 286 Koalas, Barbara 243 Kraft, Gail 286 Kraft, Gerald 243 Kraft, Janice ............ 286 Kramer, Dennis 286 Kramer, Joseph ... 176, 177, 286 Krompe, Lynn 286 Kraus, Pamela 286 Kraus, Rebecca . . . , 108 Kraus, Richard ....... 125, 243 Kraus, Robert ..... 89, 1 25, 286 Krause, Margaret 286 Krehbiel, Barbara 286 Krehbiel, Lawrence .... 103, 286 Kriley, Kay 286 Krob, Terry 3 08, 116, 243 Krobath, Frank ....... 104, 286 Kroboth, jimmy .......... 286 Krouse, Carol ....... 215, 286 Krug, Kenneth 243 Krug, Sharon 286 Kugler, Vicki 286 Kuhlman, Carolyn ......... 243 Kuhlman, Devon , 286 Kuhn, Barbara 206 Kuhn, Corie 286 Kuhn, Ed 101, 102, 286 Kuhn, Judith ...... 286 Kuhn, Ronald „ . 286 Kulbixkl Joe . 145 Kunza r Robert . 105, 286 Kurtz, Sheryl 104, 286 L Locoss, Greg 162, 231, 286 Locount Ronaia ...... 286 Lacy, William ....... 243 Laden burger, Daniel . . „ . 287 La hey, Sarah . ... ...... 212, 287 Lake Retreat Organization 126 Lommy, Sharon — . . , . , 287 Lampe, Norma 243 Landau , Vincent 108. 132, 133 Landau er r Dorm a 287 Lane, Patricia ....... 287 Lang, Dennis 287 Lang, Duane 237 Lang, Gerald ........ 287 Lang, Paul . . 287 Lang, Thomas 287 Longhofer, Kathy 287 Langley, Candace 329. 287 Lansdown, Steven 226 La nr er moo, Stephen 287 lope. Bert ...... 123 Larson, Barbora . . , 114, 287 Lash brook, Lynn . . 120, 145, 243 Lash brook, Martha 244 Latham, Cheryl 287 Lott! me r , Jamie 287 Lcvbhon, Lorry . . . 176, 177, 287 Loverentz, Bernard 116, 244 Lawrence, Randall . 176, 177, 23 3, 244 Lawson, Mary .... , ■ T ■ 216, 287 Lowver, John r , , , 287 Lay, Patricia . . , , 287 Lay, Ruth 287 Leach, Terry . » . 287 Leach, Trent . , . . . 287 Leader . 98 Leader Lass Leas, Sandro . , , . 287 Led air. Bruce , . , 2B7 lectoir. Corolyn . , . . 85, 86, 107, 216 , 244 Ledbetter, Clint 244 Legal Board . 97 Leg le iter, Bonnie 287 Lehman , John . , . . 222, 287 Lohto, Eva 121, 124, 244 Leikam, Arlene 287 Leiker, Alien . . . „ 237 Leikor, Cynthlo 237 Leiker, Duane . , . , 244 Leiker, Irvin 287 Lein wetter, Ly net te 287 Leis, Barbora . . , , 287 Leis, Debbie ♦ , , . . 108, 216, 287 Leltner, Joyce 287 Leitner, Linda . . , 287 Leitner, Pamcia 287 Leaner, Randolph 287 Lemoster, Borboro 244 Lemon, Cleto , , . 287 Lentz, Robert 244 Leo, 3 s ronk 171 Leonard, Dovtd , . 287 Lerack, Allan . . , 287 Lesage, Mary 288 Lesley, Roekelle 214, 288 Lester, Mary 113, 130, 288 Lcwailen, Lonis 1 12, 288 Lewollen, Wayne 244 Libsaek, Craig . , 219, 288 Liebt, Cart 288 Liebl, Carol 288 Lieffing, Jo 288 Lieu ranee, Thomas 288 Liggett, jane 288 Liggett, Max 96, 230, 288 Light, James 28B Lightner, Linda 244 Lightcop, Ardley 121, 244 Lightner, Lynn 244 Ulley, Wesley 1 38, 244 Lightner, Vivian ...... 119, 288 Lillich, Ronald 124 Lin, Eugene 231, 288 Lindohl, Julia 288 Lind berg, Nancy 288 Lindberg, Sonia . . . . 283 Lindenman, John 244 Lindenman, Lois . . . . 283 Linenberger, Delvern ....... 105 Unenberger, Janice ....... 288 Link, Albert ... 8!, 208, 244 Little Theatre 127 Litton, James 244 Litzenberger, Neilc . 288 Lively, Dana 288 Livingston. Ann ........... 288 Livingston, Cheri 288 Livingston, Mary 105 Locke, Leneol 226 Locke, Morilyn . , , , . 157 Locker, Patricio 244 Lockhart, Gloria . . 84, 85, 95, 244 Loeppke, Sandra 123, 288 Loesch, James 288 Lofgreen, Denzel 244 Lafgreen, Joyce .......... 244 Loflin, Richard 289 Logsdon, Catherine ........ 289 Logsdon, Mox 289 Lohoefener, Debra ......... 289 Lohrmeyer, Roger 289 London, David 124, 244 Long, Kelsey ............. 244 Lang, Thomas 289 Lonnon, Thomas 289 Look, Lawrence 289 Looney, Leonard 239 Lord, James 289 Lorenz, Anita 289 Larson, James . . 244 Losey, Betsy 244 Losey, David 289 Losey, Kathleen 3 12, 289 366 Louk Gafe . , . , 121 245 Mar let r Connie 290 McCormack, John ,. 89. 295 Melrowsky, Jeanine 291 Loving, Lob 245 Marrs, Charles . . , 290 McCormick Larry . 228. 295 Mels Fred ......... 245 Lovitch Frank 245 Mom Gary . . . . 245 McCuiley Dan 295 Meis, Harold ....... 291 Lowry, Shirley . , ne 130 Marshall, Sally 245 McCune, Terry . , 295 Meis James ........ 245 Loyd, Dafrell . . 245 Morston, Detma 290 McCurdy, Carol . . . . .. 216 246 Meitl Semite . . . . . . 291 Loyd Jean .... . 107, 1 19 245 Marti Sharon 290 McDonald, Allan 246 Me i Her Linda ...... 291 Lozano Alma 112 245 Mart in. Const o nee 212 290 McDonald Arleda 295 Meitner, James 162, 291 Luetters, Donna 289 Martin . Elizabeth 136, 245 McElroy Diane ■ - . . 295 Melander Patricia 291 Lukins, Danny 289 Martin George , 127, 208, 231 McEiyea, Wallace 295 Mekher Andrew 29? Lurtdgren Darrel 220. 289 245 Mc Entorfer Douglas 246 Memorial Union Program Lutz Lois 109. 589 Martin James 109 McEntaHfer Janet . 104 r 246 Council ....... 97 Lyman, Douglas . . .. 92, 220, 245 Martin, Jan r . . , 215 Me E wen John 246 Mendenhall Connie ...... 291 Lynch Roger . . , 120, 289 Martin, Korolyn . , . 212, 290 McFadden, Gayle 295 Men ' s Glee Club ...... 13? Lynn Donald , . 289 Martz Robert 3 27 McGovern, Kathleen . . , . . 90, 216, Men ' s Physical Education M Moce Henry 125 289 Mach art Marie ...... 245 Mod de n , Pat rlc i o 97 2 89 Maddux, Nino 245 Moddy William , 289 Mohin Richard . . 245 Mohtmcn, Lee . 289 Mo non, George 289 Mai Connie ...... 289 Moi r John ........... 289 Mol John G. 289 Mai, Terry . . 245, 299 Mojbrrtik John , . , . . , 224, 289 Major Undo 289 Major, Ronald , , , 289 Majors, Alvin , . , . . 289 Matey, Darrel 289 Malone, Gerald 289 Malone, Jo 289 Moione, Mary . 289 Malscrm, Douglas 289 Mo Isom, Constance ....... 289 Mandt Martin 220 Manhart, Don . 220. 289 Mdnhorf, Lawrence 289 Manning Anita ........ 290 Manning, Ellen ........... 245 Manning, James 289 Mans Lorry 290 Mans, Leonard .... 92, 220, 245 Mans, Scott Mopes, John 290 290 Morchond, Mary 245 MorcotTe, Michael 290 Maresch, Judy . 290 Marine, Donna MS, 245 Moris, Ronald 290 Mossaglia, Michael Massey, Deborah Masters, Larry Masters, Robin 245 290 290 290 Mat has Joan ... 92, 94 210. 290 Mothes, Mary 90, 112, 290 Mathes, Susan 290 Matheson Jack .......... 208 Mathews, Carol 290 Malkin, Marla . 290 Matfeson, Doris 290 Motteson, Jane 290 Moitison, Susan 290 Mattson, Rosalie 90, 290 Mouch, Roger ........ 106, 245 Maupln Marshall ......... 293 Mqurarh, Donald 291 Moxfield, Dona 245 Maxfield, Lorry 245 Maxwell Billie 291 Mayo, Robert 245 Moxoucb, Eugene . . 291 McAfee Kathy ........... 294 McAree Melinda , 129, 210, 294 McAree, Farrell 220. 294 McAtee, Terry 246 McBride Catherine .... 294 McBride. Roger ........... 294 McCa n Conrad 218, 294 McCall Barbara 294 McCalmont. Tania .. 92 216, 294 McCants, Lawrence ....... 294 McCartney, Andrew 294 McCauley, Jonetle .... 212, 294 McCiaren, Denise . , 294 McClaren, Susan ,. 128, 212, 294 McClelland, Gary ......... 294 McClure, Along 224, 294 McClure, Victoria ......... 294 McClure. William . 246 McConnell Vicki .. 106, 127, 295 226, 295 McGowan. Louise 94, 295 McGowan, Melvo ...... 90, 245 McGrath , . , I 96- 1 99 McGuire, James ...... 220, 295 McGuire, Ronnie 295 McGuire Sherry .. 129, 212, 295 McGuire Terry 295 McIntosh, Sherylr 295 McIntosh Sue 136, 214 McKee, Dennis ............ 106 McKenna, John , .... , 295 McKinney, Lyle ■ - 295 McLain, Lennet ... 208, 226. 210 295 McLaughlin At Undo 295 McLaughlin, Ken , . , , . U7 295 McLean Byron 795 McLebnd, David . . 149, 151, 166, 295 McLinn, Lonny Ill 246 McMindes Hall 1 92- 1 95 McMullen Kelly 246 McMurray Dovcd 296 McNabs, Danny , . . , 220 McNoughi, Richard . , . 220, 296 Me Nichols, Douglas 121 296 McWilliams Ronald ....... 296 Meade, Mikeoi 112 Mease. Barbara ,.,. 114, 291 Meckel Vernon 218, 245 Meckenstock, Dan ..... 231 291 Macke nstock Leo 245 Meder, Jerome . 291 Mefford, Charles 291 Meier Betty ............. 291 Meier Undo , , . 90, 99, 3 16, 291 Meier, Michael ....... 200. 245 Meir, Rhonda 185, 291 Meiers, Thomas , , . 126, 220, 291 Meints Billie 245 Club Menzer, Mermis 120 Meschke Meseche: Messer ly, Merz er, Metzler Meyer, Meyer Meyer, Michael, Mijchoe.j; Michael Michel Michel, Michel Mickey, Charles Mickey, Wendy Milam Vicki Miby Rhea Miles, Reoecca Mi ley, Kathleen Miller Blaine Miher Bob , . , Miller, Dor re Sharon . . 291 Clyde . . . 291 1 Terry 175 291 Catherine 85, 245 Stephanie 291 Steven .... 145 162, 292 Larry 245 Diana 292 Debro 292 Michael 162 Robert 292 Loretta 292 Natalie 292 ?icky ..... 108, 245 Terry 292 . Barbara . 136, 194, 292 r Linda 245 Edward . . . . . , , , . 292 Steven 292 Toni 292 245 I 08, 136, 292 112. 292 292 245 ......... 292 w,. 292 208, 226 ......... 245 Miller Denis 121. 292 Miller Eugene 292 Miller, Gayle ......... ... 245 Miller J. Abn ............ 292 Miller, Judy A. . .,.. . 292 Miller, Judy M 245 Miller, June 292 Miller, Karen , 292 Miller Kathy 292 Milter Kenneth „ , 292 Miller, Laverne . 245 367 Area schools fake advantage of the college museum in student field trips. Miller, Leland 292 Mongeo U, Keith 293 Mass, Margaret , , . 94, 210, 293 Nebel, Sondra . . . . 246 Miller, Loretta . . . . 114, 292 Montgomery, Charlotte 246 Mott, Craig .... 293 Ned row, Mary . . . . 296 Miller, Marilyn . , . 103, 292 Moody, David 230, 246 Muck, James . . . 246 Neely, Zelda , , . , . 246 Miller, Marvin . , . - . 1 70, 171 Moore, Don 246 Mueldener, KarE 293 Npitzel, Sherry . . . . .... 296 Miller, Max 246 Moore, Edmund . . 162, 230, 246, Muller, John .... . 222, 223 Nelson, Barbara Ann 129, 296 Miller, Pamela 292 293 jMunn, Gayleen 294 Nelson, Barbara E. 296 Miller, Peggy , , . . 246 Moore Elden 208 Munn, Leslie 294 Nelson, Rnrbnrn Jeon . . .... 296 Miller, Roberta 216, 292 Moore, Berbers , . . . , 293 Munsch, Kenneth 294 Nelson, Carolyn . , . 92, 212. 296 Miller, Ranald . . . . , 292 Moore, Iris 293 Mu esc h. Mary 294 Nelson, Cynthio . , . 129, 246 Miller, Rondo , . , . . . 85, 86 Moore, Lorry ......... 100, 293 Munsch, Michael 294 Nelson, Dennis ... 120, 170, 171 , Miller, Stephen . , . 162, 292 Moore, Margaret . . . . , 21 6, 293 Murphy, Elaine 112 246 Miller, Stephen W, 246 Moos, Carol 293 Murphy, James 226, 246 Nelson, Donald , . . . , . . , . 246 Miller, Steven . , , . 1 62, 292 Moron, Judy . 293 Murphy, John , . 294 Nelson, Kevin . 119, 208, 214, 296 Miller, Wayne 292 246 Murahy, Mq ry . . 246 N e 1 so n , ! o r ry 246 Mills, Mary . ... . . 246 1 VlvJ IJ 1 V M 1 1 ‘ j Miorcn Terre il 293 Murphy, Mignon 294 Nelson Opal 296 (Mills, Ricky . 246 | Dlort© ' 246 Murphy, Paulo . , ...... 85, 246 Nelson, Pot rick . . . 247 Mills, Ronald . . . . 246 Morel!, Mark 293 Murray, James 145 Nelson, Phillip . . . . 226 Millstead, Martha 115, 292 Morford, Sherman 293 Musgrove, Trudy 294 Nelson, William 226 Mtnneman, Rooert ..... 292 Morgan, Alexis ....... . 113, 293 Masse I man, Ross 246 Nemechek, Margaret 94 MirT, Michael . . . ..... 292 Morgan, Donna ..... , 293 Myers, Leonard 246 Nemechek, Mary . , . 94, 116, 296 Miser, Tim . . . . . , . . . . . 122 Morgan, Judith . 246 Myers, Ronald . 246 Ne i h e rto n , Robe r t 231 Mishler, Eleska 292 Morley, Ronald ..... . 293 Myers, Stephen 294 Neuburger, Loretta 1 85, 296 Mitchell , Charles ..... 292 Morris, John ....... . 109 Neuforlh, Harold . . 104, 111, 296 Mitchell , Gloria 108, 216, 292 Morris, Michael , . . . . . 246 K 1 Neuman, Betty . . . , . 296 Mitchell, Mary , , . , 85, 107, 246 Morris, Roger 121, 246 l 1 Neuman, Mark 296 Mize, Eldon 292 Morris, Terry 246 Neuschafer, Darrel . , . S4 :, 37, 220, Mize, Philip 246 Morrish, Mary . , 115, 293 Nauer, Paula . . . , 296 247 Moeder , Leon 293 Morton, Robert 293 Naylor, Doyle . 296 Mew berry, Kaihy . . . . . 216 Mahler, Coral 1 23, 293 Morton, Royce 293 Naylo, Patricio . 296 Newberry, Martha 296 368 Newell, Stanley 247 Newhall, Bert 296 Nicholas, Joel . , , 296 Nicholas, Douglas 296 Nichols, James 296 Nickelson, Sheryl . . , 92, 129, 297 Nieteen, Sue . . . . . 247 Niermeter, Debra 297 Niermeier, Everett . 247 Niernberger, Jolene 297 Nilsson, Karen 297 Ninemire, Louis 297 Ninemire, David 297 Nipple, Fredrick 297 Noah, Carole .... 107, 119, 297 Noble, Dan 297 Nakes, Ray ...... 297 Nall, Debra ....... 297 Nando rf, Joleen 297 Noone, Thomas . . . 247 Norden, Edward 297 Norman, Richard 297 Norris, Mary .... 132, 210 North, Marvin 297 Northrop, Peggy 297 Norton, Verdella 297 Narvell, Joe 297 Novak. Lillian . . . . 247 Nouinger, Carl ,,, . ... 206, 297 Novotny, Karla 108, 216, 247 Nulton, Nell 89, 247 Nurses Club 115 Nusser, Terry . . . , 297 Nyt$ch, Lean , , , H 297 Nuzum, Laurie 297 o Oakley, Sandra 247 Oberle, Gary 297 Oberle Kent . . . . 247 Oberle, Stephan 297 Oder mue Her, Daryl 120, 166, 297 Obofny, Dianne 297 Oborny, Larry 247 Oborrty, Mildred 297 Ochs, Darrel . . . . 247 Ochs, Joyce . . . . 297 Ochs, Ronald .... 297 Ochs, Stephan . .... 121, 297 Ochsner, Karen 247 Ochsner, Robert 297 Odegard, Seven 297 Oden, Barbara 297 Gdle, Diane 297 Oe liters, Qonnie ...... 226, 297 Qeser, Randy 220, 297 Oesoonthor, Phangchit . 247 OffuU, Gerald . , 247 Ohara, Chorlm 220, 297 Ohnsot, Fronds ........... 297 Gkane, Michael 228 Oloman, Denise ....... 214, 297 Olson, Carolyn . 84, 94, 109, 215, 247 Olson, Connie ............ 297 Olson, Stacy . , 298 Olson, Ture . ... 293 Omlor, Jeannine 247 Qpdycke, Virginia 298 Orchard, Gary ...... 247 Orthesis „ . . . , 131 Qrr, Loyde . . 298 Osborne, Charles , 125, 293 Osburn, Dorothea . , 101, 135, 298 Oshant, Terrie 90, 298 Oshel, Jan fee . . 247 Oshel, Judy .. 298 Ostmeyer. John 298 Otte, Lovoime 298 Otter, Charlotte .......... 298 Oufeodo, Larbi ... 113, 149, 151, 164, 165 Owens, Coral ....... 298 Owens, Gary 247 P Pabsr, Pa bst. Darrel . + , 247 Deanna 293 Packer, Ansel 298 Page, David . . . . . Page, Douglas 298 Page, James . . 298 Paget, William . . , . . 87, 89, 298 Pah Is, Edwin 298 Pah is. Janel ... 298 Pointer, Jeffrey , . . 126, 220, 247 Palmer, John . . . 298 Palmer, Terrence .......... 247 Panhellenic 208 Pankratz, Charles ..... 231, 298 Pan k rati, Jon 243 Panter, Mark 248 Paradeis, Terry ........... 248 Parents Day 21 Parish, Steve . r , 298 Parker, Karen ... 93, 101, H6, 298 Parker, Lynda , , . , 212, 298 Parker, Mary , 299 Parker, Robert 299 Parrott, Michael 299 Persons, Cynthia ...... 216, 248 Partington, Curtis ..... 230. 299 Patches, tarry 299 Patchin, Sheila 112 Peacock, Gay la , . 299 Peak, Mati ...... 102, 116, 248 Pearce, Carmen 299 Pearson, Dennis ■ . , 92, 224, 299 Pearson, James 117, 243 Pechanec, Fronds 112, 248 Peck, Mary 210, 231, 299 Pekarek, Janet 299 Penko, Alvin 149, 151 Penka, Joyce 299 Pennington, Joyce .... 108, 299 Pennington, Kim ...... 220, 299 Peaple-to-People 124 Percivol, Stan ............. 208 Perkins, Daniel 145, 206 Perkins, Diana .... 216, 226, 299 Peroutek, Cheryl 299 Perri, Victor 170, 171 Perry, Robert 299 Peters, Steve 299 Peters, Terry 299 Peterson, Diana . 119, 299 Peterson, Jerald 125, 299 Peterson, Laron 299 Peterson, Susan D 299 Pettera, Kathryn 299 Pettiiohn, Sharon 299 Petty, John ........... 92, 228 Pfannenstiel, Cora A. 248 Pfannenstiel. Donald ....... 300 Pfannenstiel Duane 300 Pfannenstiel, G. J. 300 Pfannenstiel Janice 300 pfannenstiel, Joanne 300 Pfannenstiel, Judith ....... 300 Pfannenstiel, Merle 248 Pfannenstiel, Terry 112 Pfannenstiel, Thomas 300 Pfannenstiel, VerUn 300 Pfeifer, Be My 300 Pfeifer, Madonna 300 Pfeifer, Marie 300 Pfenntnger Ronald 300 Pflughoh, Kathy ... 115, 214. 300 Pfortmfller, Carolyn ....... 300 Phelps, Ebcr 300 Phelps. Joyce . . , . 248 Phi Alpha Theta 109 Phi Beta Lambda . . 121 Phi Eta Sigma . 89 Phi Koppo Phi Phi Mu Alpha 108 Phi Sigma Epsilon 222 Phifer, Sheryl 300 Philip, Kayiyrm . 84, 85, 122, 123, 248 Philip, Sandra .... 82, 300 PhiJlippe, Sara ..... 300 Phillips, Joan . . . . 300 Photo Lab ...... 102 Phye, Linda ...... 107, 300 Pi Delta Epsilon . . 116 PI Omega PI , . . . 104 Pickard, Karen . 96, 119, 212, 300 Pickard, Rito . . . , 300 Pickering, Carlene . 208, 212, 226, 300 Pinkali, Karen . . . . 248 Prrmick, Shirley 300 PErotte, Kathleen . . . 84. 85, 248 Pishny, Lon .... 92, 98, 228, 300 Pixie r. Cynthia 300 Pixler, Edwin . . . . 300 Plante, Belinda 300 Piemans, Marie 300 Plymell, Shirley . , . , 300 Pooge, David . . , . 300 Political Science Cl ub 117 Poll now, Rita 107, 248 Pool, Pamela . . . . 248 Pool, Robert 85, 248 Poore, LEndo . , . . 300 Pope, Donold . . , . 300 Poppen, Linda 300 Porter, Jon ...... 300 Porter, Jeffrey 220 Porter, John . . . , , 348 Porter, Tamara . . , . 210 Porter, Troy 220 Portschy, Charles 300 Post, Linda ...... 300 Poftoerg, Martha 300 Pottberg, Mory 300 Potter, Joe ...... 249 Palter, Konnie 300 Powell, James . . . . 145, 243 Powell, Myrno . . . . 121, 248 Powers, Douglas 300 Powers, S heron . . . 109, 121, 300 Prewo, Edmund 112 Price, James r . . . 301 Price, Mary 301 369 Princ, Mark . . . . , 112 Prochaska, Roger 127, 30! Prochaska, MicHiel 127 Prosser, Judy 92, 301 Psi Chi , . , , 105 Ptocek, Karen 119, 301 Pugh, Jerry 248 Pugh, Laura ...... 119, 301 Pugh, Patricia 301 Pullin, Barbara . . , 248 Purvis, Sharon . . , . . . . , 194, 301 Puyeor, Marsho 102, 301 Puyeor, Martha , . . . 102, 194, 301 Pyle, John 127 Q Quint, Ronald ........ 126, 301 R Rabos, Gory ......... f06, 248 Robas, Joyce 98, 116, 301 Raberding, Lucinda 301 Racette, Lorry ... 2 ! 8, 301 Radcliffe, Dona 112, 301 Rohm, Jimmy 126 Roile, Charlene , 301 Roilsbotk, Marian . 108, 132, 214, 301 Railsback, Thomas . . 92, 108, 248 Romage, Michael 175 Rampy, Troy .. 116, 169, 171, 301 Ramsey, Jerry . . 109, 248 Rand, Charlene 301 Randall, Terry 127 Rondel, Donno 249 Randle, Nancy ........ 83, 226 Randolph, Donovan ... 112, 158, 159, 220, 301 Randolph, Janis ....... 104, 301 Rathgeber, Keith , 301 Raunut, Duane 157, 301 Rouse her, Mary ....... 214, 301 Ray, Linda 249 Ray, Vicky 94, 119, 301 Rayburn, Ella .... 85, 92, 98, 100, 109, 1 16, 121, 249 Ray l, Kent 30 1 Ray I, Steven . 10, 92, 249 Rebein, John 207, 249 Redetzke, Melvin .......... 220 Redger, Louise . . . . 249 Redger, Janis 301 Reece, Steven 301 Reed, Burton 301 Reed, Jerome 249 Reed, Kathleen ........... 301 Reed, Morton 127 Reese, Normodine 301 Reha, Mark 226, 301 Rehm, Lora ...... 112, 113, 301 Reid, Jerald . . , . 175 Reif, Susan 210, 249 Reifschneider, Paul 228 Reiman, Clarence 301 Reimer, Jay 89, 302 Reimar, Ran ......... 302 Rein, Geo 302 Rein, Donald ......... 249 Rein, Janice 302 Rein, Kenneth 302 Reinking, Victor 302 Reiser, Rochelle 127, 302 Rempe, Edward 302 Rem pe, Walter . , , . , 302 Renner, Robert 302 Renner, Sharon 302 Renner, Susan 302 Reveille 100-101 Reyer, Darwin 302 Reynolds, Cynthia , 191, 216, 302 Reynolds, Gordon 349 Rhoades, Mark 226 Rhudy, Layton 302 Rice, Harriett . 208, 209, 216, 249 Rtchmeier, Laura ..... 130, 302 Richmond, Dennis ..... 157, 302 Ricke, Lean . 249 Ridder, James 302 Riddle, Debra 302 Rid ter, Gladys ........ 127, 302 Rlebel, Dennis 249 Riedel, Andrew 303 Riedel, Janis 303 Riedel, Kathryn ... 101, 303; 336 Riedel, Robert , 206 Riedl, Kaiheryn 303 Riegel, Gary . 303 Rif ford, Deborah .... 94, 214, 303 Riggin, Rick , 120 Rigor, Brenda ............ 303 Ri ney, Michael . . 303 Ring, Debbie 214, 303 Risf, Jarrold 249 Rjiter, Severely ....... 130, 349 Rixon, Kent 218 Rixon, Paula 249 Robben, Frandne 303 Robben, Gary 303 Robblee, John ........... 249 Roberson, Diane ........... 113 Roberts, Alan 303 Roberts, Anita . . ......... . 303 Roberts, Dale . 249 Roberts, Ellen 303 Roberts, Gary . . . 303 Roberts, Jill , . . 303 Roberts, Michael 220. 303 Robertson, David 303 Robertson, Jock 113, 303 Robertson, Larry . , 84, 249 Robertson, Nancy 212 Robertson, Rebecca 304 Robertson, Richard .... 174, 175 Robinson, Gregory . 176, 177, 304 Robinson, Karla 304 Robinson, Kay 249 Robinson, Ruth 210, 304 Robinson, William ......... 304 Robison, William ..... 220, 304 Robb Steven 304 Rodebough, Donald ... 125, 249 Rodeo Club . 123 Roemer, Jonet 304 Rogers, Debra 304 Rogers, Jack 304 Rogers, Jeon 304 Rogers, Kathleen 249 Rogers, Pamela . 304 Rohleder, Mary ........... 304 Rohr, Charles .. . . 349 Rohr, Gary , , 249 Rohr, Gerald 304 Rohr, Gloria 216, 304 Rohr, Jeanette . 94, 1 12 Rohr, Lloyd 304 Rohr, Sandro 108, 133, 304 Rohr, Stanley , - 304 Rohrbough, Johnny 304 Rolf, Karen 92, 210, 304 Rolf, Leslie . 249 Rolfs, GEendo 304 Rahman, Gayle 304 Romanucci, Alison ..... 94, 304 Romine, Jonice ........... 115 Rose, Berneto 122, 304 Rose, Duane 304 Rose, Franklin . 249 Rose, Lawrence 158, 304 Rose, Leroy 127 Rose, Theda ♦ . 249 Rosenberg, Neil 304 Rosenberg, Rex 304 Ross, 1 Carol . . . . 109, 304 Ross, Francis 304 Ross, Linda 119, 304 Ross, Lloyd . ■ . . ' 304 Ross, Norma . . , , . 112, 116, 249 Ross, Walter 304 Roth, Bob ..... 304 Roth, Harold 304 Roth, Marvin . . . . 126, 304 Roih, Rosonn . . 304 Roth, Susan . . . 304 Rounkii bs. Penny 249 Rouse, Charles ..... 108, 133 Rouse, Marsha 249 Routh, Charles . 92 Rowon. r Judith 249 Ruda, James 220 Rude, Lucille 249 Ruda, Peggy , , 249 Ruder, Rodney 171 Rueb, Patrick . . 249 Rundle , John 249 Rupp, Jomes 220 Rupp, Margo . - ! 15 Rusch, Jan . , . . 220 Rusco, Steve 1 20 Rush, Clifton 106, 120 Rush, Mary . , . . 104 Ruud, Howard 226 Ryan, Thomos 249 Rynersom, Don , . , . . 39, 109, 121 Ryser r Jomes 231 Rytych , Barbara 121 Rytych , Franklin 249 s Soger, Jonet .... 115, 306 Saindon, Greg 306 Sallee, Carolyn 306 Salter, Shan . . . . 306 Sampson, Gary . . . . 125, 197, 306 Sampson, John 249 Sandell, Daniel . . 306 Sander, Joseph 306 Sonder, Larry 306 Sander, Sam , , , 306 Sander, Stephen 306 Sanders, Johnny . , 158, 159, 220, 306 Sanders, Maggie 306 $a nd er s, Mo rg y r e 306 Sanders, Rose 306 370 Sondwell, John 222, 30b Schmidt, Clayton 250 Schulte, Sandie 309 Seuser, Kathleen ...... 310 Sanneman, Dewey . 306 Schmidt, David ..... 308 Schultz, Arlen . . . 309 Seuiy, Michael ....... 251 Sargent, Vesta Schmidt, Donald ....... 308 Schultz, Donna . . . 309 Seusy, Tonja ........ . 310 Sarrniento. Luis ...... 124 Schmidt, Joseph ....... 308 Schultz, Freya . . . , 250 Seventh Cavalry . 87 Salter, Gary , 111, 249 Schmidt, Kolberine Schultz, Gwen . . . 104 Severance, Melanie 310 Sauer, Gerald 306 Schmidt, Mart a , 308 Schulz, Chert . . . . 309 Season, Charles 200, 310 Saunders, Michael . . . . 306 Schmidt, Melvin . 308 Schumacher, Clavin 309 Seyb, Margaret 310 Sower, James ........ ..... 306 Schmidt, Michael A. 308 Schumacher, Thomas 309 Shandy, Robert ....... 120, 310 Sowin, Roberr 306 Schmidt, Michael P. 250 Sch u man, Li to . . . 309 Shank, Myra ......... 214, 310 Sawyer, Pout 306 Schmidt, Pomelo ♦ . 84, 85, 86, 250 Schupboch, Gary 309 Shaw, Kevin , . 175, 310 Sayler, Arthur 106, 250 Schmidt, Phyllis .. 112. 308 Schupman, Marilyn 251 Shaw, Linda .. 108, 132, 133, 310 Sayler, Karen ........ 306 Schmidt, Richard . 208, 222 Sch uric, Glenda . . . 115, 309 Shaw, Sandra ......... 115, 310 Scorrow, Boyd ........ 121, 250 Schmidt, Terrence . 112, 308 Schusier, Michael 309 Shaw, Sue 83, 3 94, 310 Schaben, Cheryl , . , , 306 Schmidtberger, Raymon .... 308 Schuvie, David 25! Shay, Margaret ....... 310 Schaben, Yolanda 307 Schmitt, Frank ...... . . 105, 250 Schwab, Beverly 309 Sheaffer, Melania ...... 129, 310 Schaefer, Michael . . . . 220, 307 Schmutz, Dale , , , 97, 250 Schwa nke, Charles 226, 309 Sheesley, Fredrick ... 1 18, 125, 251 Schaefer, Mike . . . 39, 174, 175, Schneider, David 208 Schwartz, Connie . . 107, 251 Sheets, Deborah ....... 310 226, 307 Schneider, James E. . 308 Schwartz, Dennis , . 309 Shelly, Gerald ... 120, 149, 151, Schaeffer, Robert 307 Schneider, James R. . 250 Schwartz, Mary 309 251 SchaetjtU, Howard . . . . 228, 307 Schneider, Joneen . . 79. 92, 109, Schwartz, Richard . 116, 251 Shelton, Nikki , 112, 310 Schaffer, Gregory 307 128,216,226, 308 Schwarz, Gregory . 117, 177, 218. Shepfer, James 228 Schaffer, Judith .... 307 Schneider, Lais . . . . ....... 308 309 Sherbondy, Dick 310 Schaffer, Kathryn ..... . 108, 307 Schneider, Pamela 308 Schwarz, laurita . . 113, 309 Sherman. Elizabeth .... 310 Schaffter, Michael 307 Schneider, Ronald . . . Schwarz, Leona 309 Sherman, Gordon 310 Schalansky, Glenda Schneider, Sharon . , . . .. 104, 250 Schweitzer, Kenneth 309 Sherrick, Nyleen 251 Scholl er, David ...... 250 Schnelle, Cindy , , . . . .. 108, 309 Sehwerdtfeger, Ann 309 Sherrod, Duane 251 Saha Her, Leona Sch newels, Garold ....... 309 Schwindf, Barry 309 Sherwood, Charles . . . 210 Sc bomber, Dennis 307 Schoen, Norma . . . . . .. 107, 250 Schwindt, Robert 126 Sherwood, Mary ...... 251 Scheib, Deborah . , . . . 307 SchoendoHer, Arm . . 309 Schwindf, Rose 251 Shewey, Helen , 310 Schenk, Donna ....... .. 94, 307 Sc hoe nf eld, Belinda 309 Scott, Dwayne 251 Shields, Jacqueline .... 112, 310 Schenk, Terrence ..... . 106, 127 Schoenfetd, Georgette 250 Scott, Wayne . . . . 113 Shields, Donald ...... 310 Schepmann, Vern 250 Schoenleld, Robert . 121, 250 Scott, Kenneth 309 Shipley, Chris 310 Scheuerman, Robin ... 219, 307 Schoenthaler, Clarindo , 210, 226, Scott, Ronald . . . . . 120, 251 Shi rack, Michael 310 Scheufler, Lyle . 307 309 Scott, Susan . . . . . 310 Shirk, Karen ......... 311 Scheve, Terry . 307 Scholl, Douglas . . . . . 250 Scott, Wesley 251 Shirk, Layne 84, 89, 251 Schick, Gar (a 307 Schotle, Beth 108, 132, 309 Seogo, George 251 Shirk, Tam 311 ScHtelds, Gary 307 Schoonover, Alice . . , 250 Seamans Lorry 310 Shoemaker, Laura .... 3U Schiewe, Volorie . . . . . . 124, 307 Schoonover, Jeff ........ 309 5e bough, Telia .... 216, 310 Shomshor, Mary 212, 311 Schiff, AftViena ...... 307 Schoonover, Timothy . 250 Seeberger, Mary 310 Short, Sandra 311 Schirer, Eleanor . 191, 307 Schroder, Judith . . . . .. 104, 309 Seelc. Linda 310 Short ridge, Karla .... 311 Schlageck, Steven 307 Schreiber, Catherine . ., 215, 226, Seib Belinda . . . . 310 Shubert, Greg .... 84, 114, 251 Schegel, A. J. . 171, 250 309 Seibert, Patricia 310 Shuck, Janice ........ 311 Schlegel, Bryan 308 Schreiber, Thbmas , . .. 176, 250 Setrer, Stephen .... 120, 145, 251 Shuman, Philip ....... 251 Schlegel, Myron . . . . 250 Schreibvagcl, Beverly ...... 250 Sekavee, Dale .... 108, 114, 251 Shumate, Signe ...... 311 Schlepp, Joann ...... 308 Schreiner, Barbara J. . . . 83, 309 Sekovec, Mary r . . . . 90, 310 Slefkes, Charlotte . . . - 311 Sch lick, Edna . ...... 307 Schreiner, Barbara K- 250 Sekovec, Thomas . . . 87, 310 Sieikes, Robert ...... 31 1 Sch litter Ko tert ..... 308 Schroder Thomas 309 Selby Robert 3f0 Siemens, Harold 311 Schloctermeier, Janet ...... 307 Schroeder, Nancy 309 Selfridge, Allen 310 Sterner, Gary ........ 251 ScMoctermeier, Paul 307 Schuckman, Debra 309 St Mens, Charles 104 Siemers, Kurt is ..... 85, . 89, 251 SchmaJzried, Lyndel 308 Schugort, Judy . . . . . . . 115, 309 Sellers, Richard . . . 218, 310 Sigler, Tam 222 Schmeidler, Darrell 308 Sch Itmtiri, Joy .. 116, 309 Seller Ellen 310 Sigma Alpha Eto ..... 107 Schmeidler, Donna . 115, 308 Schukman, John 309 Semrad, Judy . . , 310 Sigma Chi . . , 228 irl Inn 1 l kn 30R Sc hulte J ucf i t h 309 Settles Cheryl 1 19, 310 Sigma Kappa ...... 214 Schmeidler, Neal . . 109. 250, 308 Schulte, Karen ...... . . 215, 309 Settles, Steve . . . . 310 Sigma Phi Epsilon . . , . 226 Schmidt. Carlo . . ♦ . 308 Schulte, Paulo . . , . . . 1 15, 309 Seufer, Delaine 310 Sigma Sigma Sigma . . 216 371 New Union bowling facilities offer econom- ical fun for FHS students. Sigma Tau Gamma . . - 224 Smith, Donna 251 Spanish Club . . . Silkman, Kevin . 226, 31 Smith, Gregory 109, 311 Sparks, Richard Smies, Marcia . 311 Smith, Jeannette . . . , . 311 Spate, Sheila Simmons, Barbara .... 311 Smith, Jerry 31 1 Speer, Rita ..... Simmons, Sheryie . . . . 311 Smith, Jolene 311 Spricer, Jay ..... Simons, Donald ....... 311 Smith, Juanita .... 119, 130, 311 Spies, Sharon Simpson, Donald 311 Smith, Karla ......... 311 Sptess, Joseph . . . . Simpson, Greg ...... 251 Smith, Kelvin ........ 31 1 Spitler, Anita , r . . Simpson, James . . . 68, 116, 311 Smith, Leo . . 31 1 Splitter, Janice Simpson Theresa .... 251 Smith, Lai$ Jane ...... 106, 311 Spohr, Dennis Sims, Morton ........ 311 Smith, Marilyn 216, 31 1 Spomer, Kathy , . SErirattna, Boonsong . . . . , 311 Smith, Mark . , . 31 1 Spratt, Dennis .... Slssel, James 251 Smith, Rick 218, 312 Sprehe, Janet Sister Dorissa 114 Smith, Rita 251 Sprehe, Janice Skrdlant, Dawn, , . 115, 311 Smith, Stanley Wayne 218 Spreier, Steven . . . Skulthai, Patra ....... 251 Smith, Mershon ....... 1 15, 31 1 Spresser, Kathryn Slavik, Daryl 311 Smrcka, Mary ....... 216 Springer, Jacalyn Slavin, Danny ........ 311 SmufE, Marvin 312 Springfeldt, Matthe Slipke, Pamela ... ., 311 Snell, Susan ......... 312 Springfeldr, Michael Sloan, Judith ........ 31 1 Sociology Club 114 Sprout, Sharon , . . Small, Gary IIS, 251 Sodama nn, Dona ...... 312 Sromek, Debby Smalley, Cara! . ..... 3t 1 Soeken, Danny . 312 Staab, Dennis . . . . Smies, Marcia ...... . 311 Saeken, Raymond . . . . 312 Stoab, Karla .... Smith, Aivin ......... . , , . , 251 Sandburg, Connie . . , . 312 Staab, Leon 1. Smith, ArSo 1 111, 251 Sanger, Herbert 105 Staab, Leon J. r . . Smilh, Bernard 311 Sophomore Women ' s Staab, Terri ...... Smith, Diana 251 Honorarv , 90 Stoats, Janet . . . Smith, Dee . . . . 210, 311 Sowers, Sheryl ....... 312 Staars, Roger . , . 113 251 291 ., 312 .. 312 . + . 32 312 312 Stack, Rod . . . . 112 Stacy, Rosanna 252 Stagner, Elizabeth 312 Sahl, Duane 312 Stamey, Stephen 117 Stanley, Donna . 93, 312 Stanley, Lynda ....... 312 Stapleton, Jerry 252 Star promenaders 123 Slateler, Sheri I . . . + . . « 312 Steam berg Geology Club ... 1 1 S Stearns, Michael 3 i 2 Slech, Terence . 252 Stec Klein, Cynthia 252 Srecklein, Kathleen ........ 312 Stecklein, Virginia 312 SteckJine, Sharon 312 Staff on, Beverly 312 Steffan, Louise ....... 115, 312 Stein, Paula 112, 312 Stein, Scott 312 Steincamp, Marilyn ....... 312 Steiner, Kathy 312 Steinerl, Dennis 312 Stein ike, Paul 312 Stephens, Linda . 312 Stephens, Roger .......... 313 Stevens, Eugene ...... Ill, 313 372 Si evens, Terry 162, 313 Stevenson, George . 1 27, 313 Stewart, Lucille . ... 114 Stewart, Rhonda ....... 94, 313 Sievvon, Rkke 252 Steward Stephanie ... . 316, 313 Silo wait, Normo 31 3 SHU, Robert . 313 Stinnett, Danny , , 313 Stiles, Shirley 252 Stockstill, Daryl ... 153, 154, 156, 157 Stoecklein, Kenneth 313 Storm, Bonnie . . 136 Storm, Linda 136, 313 Story, Cynthia 313 Stover, Rita . 313 Straight, Ronald . 252 Siromel, PhtlEip .......... 1 45,3 1 3 StreEt, Janet 313 Streit, jeorme 129, 313 Stall, Jerome .......... 85, 252 Si re it, Ronald 120, 252 Stremel, Mory 313 String Orchestra 136 String Trio 136 Stroberg, Roger 226, 313 Stroede, Marlene , , . , . . , . t 313 Stuart, Mary 313 Stuart, Patrick 313 Student Council for Exception Children , , T 10 Student Education Assoc. ... 115 Student Organisation Committee , . . , 96 Student Senate 92-93 St u ken broker. Sondi 313 Stull, Kendall ............. 313 Stull, Lory ,. 120, 204, 252 Stull, Peggy 204, 313 Sturgeon, Marilyn 208, 214 Stutz, Duonna ...... 313 Sueher, Carol 314 Suelter, Dennis . . 252 Summer , Marietta 314 Summers, Susan 314 Sunley, Robert ....... 121, 252 F Suppes, Ronald .... 170-122, 314 SuppeS, Terry 314 Surprise, Donna 252 Sotion, Barbara , + . 314 Swafford, Ted ..,.111, 252 Swanborg, Steven 314 Swank, Susan ....... 04, 85, 252 Swart, Patricia ........ 210, 314 Swori, Sandro ........ 210, 314 Swayze, Curtis 314 Swearingen, Larry ......... 252 Swearingen, Robert ....... 314 Sweetheart King and Queen .. 81 Swihort, Sarah 314 Switzer, Daniel ............ 314 Switzer, Mariana 252 Swaboda, John 314 Swonger. Katherine 85 Symphonic Sand . 133 T Tacha, Warren 113, 252 Taddiken, Mark 314 Toggart, Connie 314 Taldo, William 252 Taliaferro, Hal ....... 145 Tappan, Benjamin . 120, 145, 252 Tappan, Bruce 314 Tate, Michael . . 209, 21 S Totro, Francis 314 Tan Kappa Epsilon .... 230, 231 Tauscher, Jeanette 252 Taster, Michael 314 Taylor, Anita 252 Taylor, David ............. 314 Taylor, Gory . .. 314 Teasley, Mike 314 Teasley, Stanley 314 Tedesco, Nafa 212, 314 Tee!, Roger . 220, 314 Teeter, Fred 1 20, 252 Teeter, Loretta 314 Temple, Robin ............ 314 Tennis 176, 177 Thalheim, Arthur ...... 1 97, 31 4 Thorp, Tammy , , . 314 Theimer, Esther ........... 252 Theis, David .............. 314 Thelander, Larry .......... 314 Thiele, Theodore 314 Thielen, Joseph ........... 314 TheNen, Nick ............. 252 Theissen, Lauren 252 Thomas, Douglas . 314 Thomas, Keith 252 Thomasson, Margaret ...... 314 Thomm, Ralph , . 87, 89, 220, 314 Thompson, Daniel .......... 252 Thompson, Dianna 314 Thompson, Donna , ■ . . , 108, 252 Thompson, Harvey .... 112, 314 Thompson, James ..... 252 Thompson, Linda . . 107, 212, 252 Thompson, M. Craig ... 116, 314 Thompson, Pomelo . 210, 226, 335 Thompson, Robert , 220, 252 Thompson, Shirley 315 Thornton, Betiy 315 Thretkei, Robert 120, 125, 252 Thummd, Jon 200, 315 Thurlow, Lorry ........ 120, 127 Thurman, Craig 315 Thyfoult, CormelEo 315 Tibbetts, James , ...... 252 Tiger Debs . . 128 TEEIberg, leland . 220, 252 Till berg, Vernon 220, 252 Timken, Morgarer 252 Timken, Steve . , , 553 TindelE, Sue .... M 5, 215 Tinkel, Janice 253 TitreE, Jana . . . 129, 210, 226, 315 Tiitel, Joyce 253 Tittel, Lono 129, 210, 215 Tittle, Undo , 315 Tobias Elaine 315 Todd, Lorry 315 Todd, Yvonno 115, 315 Toepfer, Thomas , , . 92, 99, 100, 112,228 315 Tonglsh, Dove . 315 Tou, Ling 253 Towns, Rondy 196, 315 Towns, Susan 315 Townsend, Kathryn 335. Track 164-4 67 Traffic Tribunal 96 Treder, John ............. 253 Treder, Janet 119, 253 Trent, Anna 136, 315 Tresner, Leon .... 160, 162, 163 Tree, Patrick ......... 231, 315 Trickle, Robert ....... 315 Tricks, Tommy 315 Tripp, Kerry .......... 119, 315 Trout, Susan . 94, 99, 116, 212, 315 Trowbridge, Elaine ..... 116, 315 Trowbridge, Thomas 315 True, Donald r . 120, 253 True, Penny .............. 253 Tucker, Billy .............. 315 Tucker, Nancy ... 115, 212, 226, 315 Trukle, Diana . 90, 101, 129, 212, 226, 315 Turley, Carol . 315 Truiey, Roy 253 Trunbull, Marcia 216, 315 Turner, Gory . 253 Truner, Gregory ... 99, 116, 120, 315 Turner, John — .. 315 Turner, Peggy ............ 315 Turner, Rosie 215 Turner, Scott ..... 145, 147, 315 Tuttle, Dennis . .. 315 Twidwell, Kenneth 253 Tyrrell, James 253 u Ulmer, Gary 161, 162, 253 Um cheEd, Thomas .... 106. 253 Underwood, Lana , , , „ . 129, 212 Underwood, Ronald . . . 125, 253 Unruh, Bonnie . . 119 Unruh, Earl ... 104, 253 Unruh, Roger ...... 104 Urban, Donald 133 Urban, Kothryn 115 Vaeharoporn, Rochanee .... 124 Vogue, Jeanette ...... 115, 215 VohEing William 231, 315 VaElenline, Susie 315 Valline, Evily 315 Vondegriffe, Janice 316 Vandlvier, Juanita ......... 315 Van Doran, Dave . 219, 253 Von Doren, Cothtyn ........ 253 Von Doren, Marilyn .... 210, 316 Van Eaton, Quentin 316 Von Kcoten, Connie 253 Van Kootcn, Laverne . . . 108, 316 Van VEeat, Meraid .... 125, 316 Von Wey, Cannie 115, 316 Van Winkle, Kenneth 316 Van Winkle, Richard ....... 316 Vann, Diane , 316 Vann, Mary 316 Vap, Richard 316 Varsity Bond - , , - 135 Varsity Bond Show 28 Vaughn, Rodney 118, 253 Vovricka, Roberi ., . 106, 120, 253 Veeh, Thomas 253 Vejvoda, Gary ........ 153, 15 Venneberg, Gerald 316 Wagner, Franc 254 Walters, Kathleen .... 317 Watkins, Judith . 84, 85, 254 Venneberg, Janet 107, 253 Wagner, Gary 316 Walters, Mary Louise 317 Waikins, Larry 254 2 53 317 Walters, Nancy 317 Weathers , Douglas 318 Vesecky, Margaret 253 Wagner, Nancy 254 Walters, Thomas . 317 Weber, Arlene 318 Veterans ' ' Club 127 Wagner, Terrence . . , . 317 Walters, William . . . . . 317 Weber, Carolyn 318 Vetter, Kenneth 224 Wahrmon, Joseph 125, 317 Walton, Kelly 145, 317 Weber, Helen 313 Vice, Claude . . . 254 Wait, Jacquelyn 317 Walz, Harry . . 220, 254 Weber, Scait . . , . .... 226, 254 Vignery, John . , . . 125, 162, 254 Waldman, Georgene 317 Wolz, Lynn ...... 116, 125, 317 Weber, Joseph 318 Vincent, John , . . , 230, 316 Waldo, Dennis . , 317 Wang, Beortice 254 Weber, Mary . 318 Vincent, Martha 316 Waldschmidt, Cynthio . . 81, 210, Wang, Charles . 34, 254 Weber, pMerrie 313 Vincent, Stephen 230 226, 317 Wanklyn, Allan 317 Weber, Ronald . . . 24 r 89 Vint, Ludle .... 254 Waldschmidt, Mike . . . 226, 317 Wann, David , . , 317 Weber, Shirley 254 Vonoda, Debra 316 Walker, Barbara 216, 317 Wonnomaker, Jennifer 317 Webs, Gay .... 313 Vonado, Karen 316 Walker, Danny 125, 1 13, 254 Ward, Cynthia 317 Webster, Charles 318 Vonfonae Alan 112 Walker, Dixie 108 Ward, Elmer 254 Websler, Robert ...... 254 Von Feldt, Darrel 316 Walker, James 254 Word, Leslie ........ 317 Weigel, Leland 116, 318 Vanfeidt, John 316 Walker, Kenneth 151, 317 Ward, Margaret ...... 317 Weilerr, Icle 94 Vopat, Alan ,. . , . 316 Welker, Marshall 220, 317 Ward, Tranda ........ . 90, 317 Weilert, Sheila 318 Voron, Sharon 316 Walker, Ralph 317 War lop, Sharon 317 Weimer, Eugene 338 Vore, Carl 316 Walker, Ronnie ........ 317 Warren, Bruce 254 Wei mer. Roberi 318 Voth, Jan 316 Walker, Thelma 216, 317 Warren, Mary 317 Weishacr Vicki 313 VratEl, Connie . , . . 129, 210, 336 Wallace, Aljoe ....... . 89, 317 Warrick, Dianna 317 Weissenf luh, Henry 254 Wallace, Robin ...... 317 Warrick, Ken ......... 317 Velker, Judy 107, 119, 318 IA f Wallme, Coral 254 Wasinger, Darrell 254 Weller, Dorothy .... 106, 127 w f Walter, Catherine . . , , 317 Wosinger, Edwin 31 S Welty, Ann ...... 94, 318 Walter, William 254 Wasinger, Lloyd . . . . . 318 Wenciker , Anna 94, 3 1 8 Wade, Bruce 254 Walters, Bernita . . . . . 317 Wasinger, Max ....... 220, 313 Wenrich, Carl 313 Wade, Sandra 254 Walters, David Lean . . . . 39, 317 Wastog, Michael . . . , 318 Wente, Carol 318 Wadsworth, Tim 316 Walters, Iris 317 Wassinger, Sandro . . . 318 Werner, Claude 318 Wagner, Arthur 254 Walters, James ....... 106, 254 Watkins, Daniel ...... 254 Werner, Donald . . . , . 89, 109, 318 374 Werner, Dwighi ........... 254 Werth, Carolyn 318 Werth, Cynthia 92 Werth, Dale , . 318 Worth, Darrell 318 Werth, James 105, 254 Wcfih, Ronald 31 S Werrh, Wayne ............ 318 Wesscl, Helen ............ 318 West, Dennis ........ 209, 254 West, Richard . .. 318 West, Thomas 318 Westbrook, Deborah ....... 318 Westbrook, Robert .... 121, 254 Westermon, Michael , 254 Westorvelt, Dixie 94, 254 Westfall, George 162 Westphol, Donald 318 Westphol, Nancy ......... 318 Wetz, Greg ............ 318 Wet , Mark , . 254 Wheotcroft. Dennis ... 149, 151, 164, 318 Wheatcrofr, Janice 319 Wheeler, Leta ... 129, 212, 213, 319, 336 Wheeler, Susan ... 210, 226, 319 Whipple, Charlyrt . . . 254 Whisman, Berdeno 254 Whitaker, Tommie 254 WHiteher, Margaret ....... 319 White, Bobbi 319 White, Connie . . 254 White, Doris 254 White, Joel 89, 319 White, Lyle 319 White, Mark 224, 319 Whitehead, Steven ........ 319 Whiteside, Gerald 319 Whittecar, Donald , , 255 Whittecar, Rachel ........ 255 Who ' s Who .... 85 Withers, Joyce ....... 216, 319 Wicke, Linda 319 Witkershgm, Steven 319 Wide eer, Batty 121, 319 Wick, Jgnice . , r . , . r 255 Wiesendonger, Joyce . , H9, 319 Wiese. Emma 115, 319 Wiesoer, David 255 Wiftftt Hall ... 200 ' 203 Wigner, Larry 220 Wiggins, Clifton 319 WElgers, Mary 108, 319 Wilhelm, Donald . . 319 Wilhelm, Robert .......... 319 Wilken, Edward 319 Wilkens, Anita 255 Wtlkens, Ardene 255 Wilkerson, Gary .......... 339 Wilkinson, Mary 319 Wittars, Janet ............ 319 Williams, David ....... 220, 319 Williams, Debra 319 Williams, Donna 319 Williams, Dwight M. ....... 171 Williams, Margaret .. 319 Williams, Orville .......... 319 Will jams, Trudy M2. 319 Wittfc Charles 319 Willis, Elizabeth . 115, 216, 319 Willome, Sharon .......... 255 Willome, Thomas . . r 255 Wilson, Boyd , 319 Wilson, Floyd 319 Wilson, Freddy ....... 226, 319 Wilson, Jerry 222, 319 Wilson, Lynn 255 Wilson, Steve ............ 319 Wrndhoh, Douglas 319 Windholz, Gerald ......... 112 Wind hot z, Guy 319 Windholz, Kenneth .... 226, 320 Wind hoi z, Kenneth J, 320 Windholz, Wayne 320 Winkler, Steven 127, 320 Winter, Debra ........ 210, 320 Wrnton, Richard .......... 320 Wirtz, Jayne . . , 320 Wirtz, Joleen ........ 112, 320 Wise, Mac 255 Witthuhn, Eldon . , 255 Witthuhn, VeHene . . 320 Witthuhn, Verta .......... 320 Wittig, June .......... 97, 320 Wittmon, Cynthia 320 Witt man, Jane ........... 320 Wittman, Lloyd ........... 320 Witt man, Patricia ... 98, 101, 320 Witwer, Karen .... 92, 216, 320 Wobker, David .. 92. 93, 113, 320 Wolf, Anna 320 Wolf, Barbara 320 Wall, Robert 320 Wolf, Steven ............ 255 Wolfe, Dan 320 Wolfe, Roveila 320 Wolfram, Joyce 104, 255 Wolfing, Undo 255 Womack, Roger 320 Women ' s Glee Qub 137 Women ' s Leadership Organization 86 Women ' s Recreation Assoc. . 130 Wong, Shing Chi ... 320 Wood, Nancy 90, 133, 216 Woods, Kenneth ... 89, 109, 320 Woods, Mae Jean ..... 90, 320 Woods, Phillip , 320 Woodson, Shirley . . . 84-86, 1 08, 255 Woodwind Ensemble ...... 132 Wooldridge, Brad ......... 320 Woof t er, John 107 Worcester, Steven 89, 320 Worden, Elaine 108 Worden, Susan ... 108, 132, 320 Workman, Robert 220 Worley, Allan 228, 320 Woydziak, Robert 220, 320 Wrestling .... 160-163 Wright, Curtis I OS, 134 Wright, Joseph 320 Wright, Marcia + . 320 Wright, Russell 320 Wrighisman, Catherine , ,, 129, 226, 320 Wu, Annmarie . 124 Worm, Nancy 132. 133, 320 Wyott, John 321 Wyoti, Linda . . . , 321 WyaM, Sharon 212, 321 Wyckoff, Jay , . 321 Wyccff, Susan 119, 321 Wyley, Lindo . ...... 321 Wyley, Lois 321 Y Yale, Lucille 115, 321 Yearout, Phillip , . 255 Yeazel, Dayna .... 112, 115, 321 Yenne, Donna , . . . Yoder, Cheryl .... Younk, Wesley Young Americans for freedom ...... Young, Candace , . 212, 321 Young, Edmond 145 Young, Robert .... 120, 222, 255 Younker, Dianne 119 Younker, Robert Ypgnt, Bill ...... Yoxall, Bonnie .... . 90, 113, 321 Yoxali, Dianna 321 Yu$t, Philip ...... 115, 321 z Zomecnik, Irwin 321 Zee ha, David 321 Zehr, Dennis 255 ZeJImer, Evelyn . 255 Zellner, Geraldine .... 212, 255 Zellner. Joe . 32] Zerfos, Terry 321 Zerr, Dean „ . 115, 321 Zerr, Dennis 191, 321 Zerr, Kevin 321 Ziegler, Eugene 255 Ziegler, Gwen ...... 90, 94, 321 Ziegler, Karla 255 Ziegler, Kathleen 321 Ziegler, Kathy 32 1 Ziegler, Zearl 321 Zier, Kristin 321 Zierlein, Lorry ............ 145 Zlerlein, Marcia 255 Zillinger, Alan 321 Zimmer, Joan ., 85, 86, 1 07, 119, 255 Zimmer, Kurt 321 Zimmerman, Jana . 321 Zimmerman, Larry ......... 321 Zipfel Gary « 228, 321 Zweifel, Barbara .......... 255 Zweifel, loren 255 Zweygardf, Charlene 321 Zwkkle, Loony , . 321 Zwink, Janis 85, 109, 255 Zwink, Timothy . 89, 92, 109, 113, 32K 375


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