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

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Speak your truth quietly and clearly and listen to others even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story . . . 12 Be yourself. Especially ; do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment , it is peren- nial as the grass . . . You are a child of the universe; no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here . And whether or not it is clear to you , no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. 14 IS 16 Therefore be at peace with God , whatever you conceive him to be; and whatever your labors and aspira- tions in the noisy confusion of life; keep peace with your soul. With all its sham , drudgery and bro- ken dreams , it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. St. Paul ' s Cathedral 1692 AD 17 The Crowd 78 Liberation and life College life presents an opportunity to form ideas and become part of world affairs. Voicing opinions or learning to deal with new problems helps to prepare students for a life beyond col- lege. 20 a 21 ' mmm Surprises and solitude Life at Fort Hays State isn’t all studies. Many students have experiences that they would never haye dreamed possible. These factors help to make college life easier and more rewarding. After receiving a position as a Resident Assistant for next year, Helene Gass finds that it is difficult to remain dignified when ac- cepting the honor. 22 There are chances to enjoy peaceful mo- ments alone, even in a crowd. Candlelightings and playing the guitar with friends along with other activities occupy many of the tender mo- ments that will be remembered throughout a lifetime. 23 Longing and leaving ■ ?1 25 “How the West was won” . . . Homecoming 1972 A traditional luau helps to set festive spirit for the Homecoming celebration (upper left). Hand- clapping and foot- stomping music keeps stu- dents involved in the performance of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on Homecoming night (upper right). Queen candidates Dawn Dunn, Yvonne Manning, Cheryl Yoxall h Rita Engfish and Rose Huston enjoy the ride during the victory march (right). 26 A tug-of-war victory for the freshmen leads this sophomore to a cool dip in the creek (upper left). With a warm smile, President Gustad pres- ents Homecoming Queen Rose Huston to the crowd during halftime ceremonies (lower left). 2 7 28 Rodeo Queen Rodeo Queen contestants — Martha Rickard, Cheri Schulz and Yvette Graves (above left). Cheri Schulz ' s rodeo skills and knowledge earned her the title of Ro- deo Queen (below left). T Best Dressed Coed Best Dressed Coed Debbie Nottingham, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta, now pro- ceeds on to the National Best Dressed Coed on Campus Contest which Is sponsored by Glamour Magazine. Of the 21 girls entered in the local contest, she best portrayed the theme, “This Is the Way I Feel” and was presented a silver tray and 12 long stemmed red roses. 30 All smiles, Kathy McAfee accepts con- gratulations from President Gustad for a 3.90 GPA which earned her the annual President ' s Endowment Fund Scholarship (top). In the annual Alpha Phi Omega contest, Cheryl Yoxall and Craig Libsaek, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Kappa Lambda, were selected Beauty and the Beast. The contest netted over $500 for the FHS Endowment Fund (bottom). 31 Individual Honors The people pictured on these pages are representative of the many students and faculty members who receive recognition and honors during the year. Space limita- tions and deadline dates prohibit including everyone cited for achievement, service or demonstration of ability. Herewith is a cross-section, a complete list is unattaina- ble. ALLEN, DILLEV, recognized as winner of the Henry Edward Malloy Award and named Outstanding Senior Musician. BARB CARTER, named Outstanding Senior Woman by Associated Women Students. LARRY GERBER, granted Apprenticeship for the Santa Fe Opera Association summer season and win- ner of state and regional honors in KMTA vocal com- petition. KATHY McGOVERN, named AWS Outstanding Senior Woman, DANA M. RADCLIFFE, recipient of a Danfort h Fellowship which pays tuition plus a stipend to the graduate school of his choice — Yafe. It is renewable up to three years. EILEEN WEBER, named Junior Scholar by Phi Kappa Phi and awarded a one-semester tuition grant, DIANA TURKLE, named AWS Outstanding Senior Woman, 32 W JERRY L. GRAHAM, recognized as the Out- standing Accounting Student and awarded a $500 scholarship by the Education Foundation of the Kan- sas Society of Certified Public Accountants. ORVAN J. ROACH, cited for outstanding per- formance in agriculture by Delta Tau Alpha, national agriculture honor society. mrs. alice mcfarland, named Outstanding Faculty Woman by AWS. MISS JEAN STOUFFER, named Outstanding Faculty Woman by AWS. LINDA MEIER, awarded Medal of Merit Award by Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism fraternity. JOEL WHITE, named Outstanding Student in Phi Beta Lambda, national business fraternity. MISS ETHEL ARTMAN, DR. HULDA GRO- ESBECK, MRS. MARGERY HARKNESS, MR. KENNETH W, SIMONS; honored as retir- ing members by the Faculty Association. 33 James Whitmore, although bearing no facial resemblance fo Will Rogers, epito- mized him on campus October 25th. Whit- more introduced his audience to the wit and humor that made Will Rogers famous in vaudeville days by presenting selections from his performances. James Whitmore acquainted students who are too young to remember Will Rog- ers with the unique personality and type of humor that made him popular during the first third of the century. Artists and Lectures Financed through student activity funds and money from gate receipts, the Artists and Lectures programs are usually free to students and are open to the general public when seating space permits. The programs are chosen by a committee of twelve people. President Gustad appoints six faculty members and Student Senate nominates students to fill the remain- ing six positions. This series of events provides a re- laxing break in the busy life of a col- lege student and helps to relieve some of the pressures. Stubby Kaye appeared in Sheri- dan Coliseum November 22nd in a road rendition of “The Last of the Red Hot Lovers 1 Cast as a mod- ern Casanova, he tried to lure three wildly unlikely ladies into his den of sin, which was really his mother’s one-room apartment. 34 Undaunted by the loss of stage equipment due to an accident just hours before show time, the Hous- ton Ballet Company upheld theatre tradition and proceeded on with the show. The Ballet Company featured a repertory of classical and modern work. The February 4th performance at Fort Hays State was one of many the company of 18 dancers and the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra made on a 14-state tour this year. The Budapest Symphony pres- ented the sixth performance of their initial American tour November 7th on the Fort Hays campus. Founded with the reorganization of Hungarian Radio, the Symphony plays music by the celebrated Hungarian composers Bardok and Kodaly. Other performances slated on the tour are Carnegie Hall in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washing- ton, D. C. George Plimpton, a daring man with an inquisitive nature, spoke to Fort Hays students April 10th about his compul- sion to try everything at least once. A graduate of Harvard and Cambridge Universities, Plimpton has written several novels about his experiences which include quarterbacking for the Detroit Lions, pitching to the Major League All Stars in Yankee Stadium and participating in the Professional Golfers ' Tour. In attempting to satisfy his curios- ity he has also tried professional boxing, tennis and swimming and has played bridge with the experts. Pirates of Penzance On October 7, 8, and 9th r through the com- bined efforts of the music and drama depart- ments, ' The Pirates of Penzance 1 was pre- sented. This presentation helped to energize the attitudes of some students toward operas. 36 Marat-Sade Combining satirical qualities with song and dance, and adding a touch of tragedy set the stage for the major dramatic production of the fall semester. The full title of this play is " The Persecution and Assassination of Jean Pauf Marat, as performed by the Inmates of the Asy- lum of Charenton, under the direction of Mar- quis De Sade ” However, it is more commonly referred to as ' Marat-Sade . ' 1 37 The Fort Hays State Singers departed on a South Pacific USO tour on the sixth of Decem- ber, Their journey included stops in Japan, Guam, Taiwan and the Philippines, in addition to many other Mid-Pacific Islands. 38 Fort Hays State Jazz Ensemble held its sec- ond annual Home Town Cookin 1 concert Febru- ary 29th. Musical selections which helped set the informal atmosphere were, J Maria’ " The Start of Something Big ' and " Wichita Line- man ’ 39 There are many ways of expressing your atti- tudes in college. The Madrigal and ISU dinners are two methods of reflecting traditional cus- toms and beliefs. The Oratorio performance proclaimed a message through music and a new idea was brought forth by the Orchesis modern dancers. 40 The Fort Hays State College Leader staff feJt a need to open the doors to knowledge about the silent and mysterious life of prisoners at Lansing State Penitentiary (top left). In addition to voicing their opinions, many students find outlets for their interests at various exhibits both on and off campus throughout the year (bottom left and above). 4 ? Derby Days Sigma Chi fraternity sponsored its annual Derby Day activities the weekend of April 7th and 8th, Derby Day events such as the tricycle race, Derby chase, and skinning the snake are frustrating as well as entertaining. Expressions of anguish, concentration, and glee can be seen on the faces of participants. The proceeds are donated to mentally retarded children at Wallace Village in Broomfield, Colo. 42 43 Furlough activities for 1972 got underway with newly-crowned Annette Sulzman reigning as queen. The lapse of time between events such as bicycle racing and the Volkswagen push gave rise to some very whimsical sights. 44 45 Danger and excitement prevailed at the Sev enth Annual Rodeo, Unusual events and the traditional rodeo clown kept the crowd in- trig Lied. 46 Flinging and being flung Bed racing, water fighting and pie eating were some of the unique events featured at the Spring Swing Fling Thing, sponsored by Inter- hall Council April 22nd. Larry Laas and Ken Pa- try accept the traveling trophy awarded to McGrath Hall at the picnic following the day ' s events (top right). 4 7 Rain and soggy grass forced Commence- ment indoors instead of the usual twilight cere- monies at Lewis Field Stadium. A scramble for tickets for parents and friends was almost fruitless. Graduates received two tickets each and Sheridan Coliseum was packed. The overflow crowd watched via closed circuit TV piped to the Union and other buildings. Spectators saw only one person represent the entire class of bachelor degree candidates, one for the master ' s group and one for the spe- cialist degree receive a diploma on stage. As the ' ' ceremony 1 ' ended, graduates sang the FHS Anthem, doffed their caps and gowns, t and left them on the vacant seats as they strag- gled out of the Coliseum and the college. This was Commencement, 1972. Completion of the new Field House may change the pattern in the future ... we hope. 49 Surprise . . . To honor their “Mother” on her 65th birthday, the women of McMindes gave her an old-fashioned surprise birthday party on February 10th. Serving as housemother at McMindes for the past nine years has made Mrs. Mary Redd acutely aware that her “girls” were always full of surprises. But, accord- ing to another housemother, Miss Bonnie Laudick, “Mom” Redd was still floating a week after the event. After secretly sending out printed invita- tions to all the women in the hall and other friends of the guest of honor, the origina- tors of the plot invited Mrs. Redd’s actual family. They were brought into the party through a “This Is Your Life” skit. As soon as the initial excitement had worn down, the party settled for the tradi- tional cake and punch and opening of gifts. To remind their departing “Mother " of her nine years of service, the girls pre- sented her with a pearlized-porcelain coffee tea service and a scrapbook which they all had signed. When " Mom " Redd entered the room, she registered her surprise, then regained her com- posure (top left and right). With the aid of her sister, Mrs. Ruth Cantley, Mrs. Redd begins to open her presents (opposite). Mrs. Redd, her sister and her grandson, Robert Strickler, lead the line to the refreshment table (above). si Interhall Council The Back Door, Inc. was one project completed by Interhall Council in an effort to use the empty space at Custer Hall. The Council, organized to promote more interaction between the dorms, also sponsored a dance in the fall and a dance during the 1 ' Spring Fling” weekend they planned for April. In addition to sponsoring activities for more unification on campus, members were pressed into service as guides for many of the convention delegates who attended meetings held at Fort Hays this year. INTERHALL COUNCIL — Front Row: Pat Heinze and Jerry Mapes. Second Row: James Nugent, ad- viser; Pat Thibautt ' adviser; Dale Rein , Fred Thalhiem, vice-president; Cheryl Lembke, secretary; Larry Laas, president; Ken Goebel t treasurer; Jolece Tate. Back Row: Jim Munsey, Cheryl Bolt , Randy Hick- man, Marilyn Pishny, Marcus Bassett ; information officer, Cathey Cooksey , Ron Kietchka, Karen Sayier, Alan Riedel Ken Patry, communication coordinator; Jack Robertson (above). Not Pictured: Jane Witt- man. CUSTER HALL OFFICERS — Front Row: Lois Engtesman, secretary , Karen Demoss, treasurer ; Belinda Schoenfeld, publicity chairman; Dawn Romanucci, co-president Jan Quint , social chairman. Back Row: Gary Wilkerson , co-treasurer; Marcus Bassett, co-president, Dennis Fredrickson , social chairman (far right). Children and adults enjoyed the punch during Custer Half ' s open house (top right). The Hall Executive Council meets in their dorm to discuss new plans to get Custer on its feet (far right). With bowed heads, students file by the empty hall (opposite) - Custer Hall Due to lack of funds, Custer Hall has been cancelled — at least for this year. In an effort to cut expenses, most of the dorm dwellers were forced out of Custer to live in the other four dormitories. But a few loyal Custer fans, less than five, remained under the quite unusual cir- cumstances surrounding an “empty” hall. So, until the Interhall Council con- verted part of the dorm into the Back Door Inc., Custer was virtually empty, much to the dismay of its former resi- dents. An effort began in the spring of the year to induce off-campus and new students to move into Custer for the fall 1972 semester. Agnew Hall The girls who participated in Agnew’s pre-Christmas M Tot Watch” for faculty members ' children, seemed to have as much fun as their small wards. The chil- dren and their sitters played around the decorated tree in Ag new’s main lobby and there they were surprised by Santa. But Christmas wasn ' t the only active season at Agnew, Halloween found the girls dressing a little strangely for dinner. Intramurals were full of Agnew women who participated in Varsity Basketball and Vol- leyball. And, of course, the hall banded to- gether to sponsor queens in various con- tests. One of their greatest contributions was to school spirit. The care and planning that went into the construction of Ag new’s Homecoming float, " Ambush the Hornets " netted them the Theme Trophy. Mrs Esther Biays is always around when the girls need some friendly advice (far left). Santa makes a big impression on at least one young gentlemen (top left). Resident Kerry Mapes en- tertains some of the children during a pre- Christmas babysitting stint (bottom left). Marla Whorton feels glad to have such a big mascot (top right). AGNEW HALL OFFICERS — Front Row: Barb Otte, secretary and Jerry Mapes , president. Back Row: Peggy Bangle, vice-presi- dent; Delilah Shay, social chairman; Sue Mc- Kain t publicity chairman; Peggy Fiala, treasurer (opposite). Agnew, during an unusually quiet evening, lacks the ordinary flow of students (above). 55 McGRATH HALL OFFICERS Ken Retry, president; Steve Prusa, vice-president; Ron Kletchka, treasurer; Jim Munsey, social chair- man; Mark Goodheart, athletic chairman; Larry Boxum, secretary (above). This dorm’s architecture closely resembles Agnew (above right). Latecomer Jim Munsey samples the continental breakfast (opposite). Another quarter for McGrath (center right). Mrs. Mar- garette Habiger, housemother, visits with Larry Laas (far right). 56 McGrath Hall The men of McGrath took decisive steps this year in making their dorm life more enjoyable. The greatest step of all, according to some residents, was the “two o ' clock " visiting hour that allows guests to remain in dorm rooms until two o’clock each morning. Residents again voted to provide a self-operated continental breakfast every morn- ing. This gave them a chance to eat when they had time and were hungry. However, second semester changes in the food service made it necessary to do away with this luxury. Installation of a " pay " pool table not only offered residents a new form of rec- reation, but also contributed funds to the hall treasury. 57 McMindes Hall As the major activity of the year, the Women of McMindes Hall sponsored Rose Huston for 1971-72 Football Homecoming Queen, Troops of determined residents planned, painted and publicized their way to victory. Keeping hundreds of girls happy was a major problem. Among the solutions were art and craft sessions held in the base- ment. The pre-Christmas favorite was a course in candlemaking. And to help keep up school spirit, the McMindes Marching Kazoo Band participated Irom the stands at games, and marched, disguised as a " Tiger-pillar " during the Homecoming pa- rade. Partially hidden by a Rose Huston sign, a McMindes girl obviously enjoys her work (far left). Two girls find that working on a giant cloth banner requires a light touch (center left), McMINDES HALL OFFICERS — Janet Eitel, vice-president; Kathy Hopkins, vice-president; Pat Solko, secretary; Jane Wittman, president; Joleee Tate, president; Nancy Bran nan, treasurer; and Jeannine Biel, secretary (upper left). McMindes Hall is the most modern dorm on campus (opposite). Using bottles to mold the wax was one of the techniques used in the candlemaking sessions (upper right). Bonnie Laudick, Mrs. Mary Redd and Mrs. Ruth Stranathan, McMindes housemothers, take time to read a letter from one of their former residents (above). 59 Wiest Hall Sports! Wiest Hall men took pride in their physical activities this year. Football. Baseball. Track. Basketball. Intramurals. The metal -netted basketball court behind the dorm provided a good place to practice and have fun during the warmer weather. But this year Wiest moved for more indoor entertainment. To supplement the parties and dances, the Wiest Hall Game Room, equipped with pool tables and pin-ball machines, officially opened for business in early February with the aid of Housing Director James Nugent, who cut the ribbon. «st As halt Vice-President Dale Rein and Housemother Mrs, Marguerite Walters took on, Housing Director James Nugent cuts the ceremonial ribbon that opens the Game Room (far left). Warm weather brings the men out to the basketball court (far left). Wiest ' s new addition contrasts with the older part of the dorm (top left), Stan Denton still finds time to study, even on a warm, sunny afternoon (opposite). WIEST HALL OFFICERS: Mrs. Patricia Thibauti, program director; Dale Rein , vice-president; Gary Cooper , secretary; Mrs. Marguerite Walters , house- mother, Alan Riedel, president; Jack Robertson, social chairman (above). 61 Sharon Nicolet finds a little time for a peaceful nap in a crowded household of four (above). But when two of the roommates, Pam Krug and Jackie Fink, decide she’s had enough sleep, Sharon is in for a little friendly trouble (above center and opposite). In the absence of his two roommates, Craig Haneke finds a quiet room is an excellent place to study (above far right). De- vona Engel seems to feel that the ironing board Is becoming a permanent fixture in the living room (far right). 2 Off Campus Housing Your own apartment, it meant climbing up two flights of stairs, or descending to a basement. St was entering through your landlord ' s front door or climbing in through your own kitchen window because you lost your key. It meant living by yourself and wishing you weren’t, or not living by your- self and wishing you were. The many mar- ried and single students who lived off-cam- pus in apartments of their own began to re- alize the responsibilities of managing their own homes. Newcomers to the off-campus group found out that having an apartment meant more than having lots of parties and doing whatever you wanted to do, whenev- er you wanted to do it. Cleaning, cooking, sewing, paying bills, and picking up after messy roommates suddenly gave rise to a great appreciation for parents. But as the year progressed, the problems became rou- tine and the apartment became increasingly su ited to your tastes and definitely became a part of you. So no matter who lives there next, it will always be your apartment. 63 f «... ii nnn...i « WELCOME TO Yowf urtcttefldtd, £tic 6ptf«ta 365 ikr OC 3U f JT ? Clothespinned and nameplated, Wooster mailboxes await the morning’s delivery (above). Carol Siefkes uses the laundry room situated between Wooster ' s C and D sections (top cen- ter). Children and their possessions decorate the area. Whether accompanied by their par- ents or off on an excursion of their own, children find plenty to do (across bottom). Apart- ment windows light up in one of the newer sections of Wooster Place (top far right). 64 Wooster Place Children everywhere! The only things missing from the usual lamily scene are pets, Wooster Place is not for those who have to have complete and utter silence at all times. It is also not for those whose idea of a small place is three bedrooms and a couple of bathrooms. But, for married students on a tight budget, Wooster Place provides a comfortable, reasonably priced home. Depending on whether you want a one or two bedroom apartment, the rent is $75 or $85, respectively. Most of the bills are paid. There are four rooms: kitchen, living room, bedroom and bath- room. The cost of your cable TV hookup is included in the bill, even if your TV isn’t working. And the college repairs just about everything that is damaged due to nor- mal wear and tear. It’s also quite easy to find a job at Wooster, that is, if you like to babysit. 65 lilUKfl I ' HBRUk 66 Greeks Being Greek this year meant winning awards in everything from football to blood drives. It meant helping children, teens and adults Being Greek meant working with others to make something better. And, as always, being Greek meant having fun, en- tertaining others or just entertaining your- self. 67 Greeks hold informal get-togethers and par- ticipate in many campus competitions, such as intramurals and Furlough (above, center, and opposite). At an informal meeting, prospective members learn the advantages of becoming an Acacian (bottom far right). ACACIA — Front Row: John Nussep Dick Leiker, Brad Boyer, president; Jim Munsey, Tony Gassman. Back Row: Doug Huston, Larry Dohaney ■ Joel White, Linus Pfannestiei, Chuck Zadtna, Marlin Sig linger (top right). PflP9 S-®n fg£»HL| Jl l 68 Acacia Acacia is the only national social frater- nity with a Greek word as a name. It is also the newest fraternity at Fort Hays State, The initial 14 members were installed Nov, 11, 1971 . In coordination with the other Greeks, the Acacians participated in the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon. On their own, the group organized a toy drive and an ecological movement where they picked up litter around Big Creek and the highway. The group is now researching the possi- bilities of acquiring a house for next year. 9 Panhellenic Council For the second consecutive year, the Panhel- lenic Active Scholarship Award was presented to the women of Sigma Sigma Sigma, whose newer sisters retained the Pledge Award for the third year in a row. Presenting the award to Ka- thy McGovern, Tri-Sig representative, at the tall scholarship tea is Panhellenic President Charli Borger (above). The Sigma Kappas and the other three sororities put forth a lot of effort during Rush Week activities (above center). The Panhellenic Council is made up of representa- tives of all four social sororities. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL MEMBERS — Front Row: Kathy Mc- Govern r Dawn Dunn , Sharon Feikert. Back Row: Debbie Ring , Charli Borger president; Ruth Robinson, Carol Turney , Jackie Wait, Leann Muir head (opposite). 70 Interfraternity Council Interfraternity Council is a representation of all the social fraternities at FHS, INTERFRATER- NITY COUNCIL MEMBERS — Front Row; Tom Funk Roger Nofte, Mike Faulkner. Kneeling; Larry Walker. Back Row: Tom McGovern , Ralph Butler, Dennis Kozub, Jeff Zimmerman, Charlie Osborne, Greg Abbott, Lynn Fufwider, Dave Cross (above). Keeping in shape netted the Sig Ep ' s the All School Intramural Trophy (opposite). 71 Alpha Gamma Delta An organization with members active in Tiger Paws, Fort Hays Singers and the cheerleading squad can expect to have a very busy year. Alpha Gamma Delta did, and it was a successful year, too. Several Alpha Gams distinguished themselves by earning personal honors. Che- ryl Yoxall was first runner up for Homecoming Queen, the American Association of University Women’s Award was presented to Brenda Coats. Debbie Nottingham was voted Best Dressed Coed and Sherry Riegel was honored as Miss Congeniality in the Miss Fort Hays State beauty pageant. Jan Allton Debbie Gray Marla Matkin Jody Redel Becky Anderson Linda Harsh Kathy Mattison Colleen Regan Edna Anderson Marilyn Helm Mindy McAfee Sherry Riegel Phyllis Bender Barbara Hickel Kathie Miley Ruth Robinson Cindy Bogart Jo Holzwarth Kathy Miller Patti Sanders Charlene Brubaker Lynne Hubert Renee Moore Tina Schlageck Jan Chittenden Anita Husted Dana Muir Dee Smith Colleen Chitwood Karla Johnson Nancy Noel Terri Staab Brenda Coats Liz King Mary Beth Norris Denice Stephens Robin Deeds Marie Klaus Debbie Nottingham Sandi Swart Patty Depperschmidt Susan Knox Mimi Ostmeyer Connie Swisher Debby Doak Susie Krier Pam Pauli Marsha Thompson Carolyn Dreiling Sharon Krug Kathy Poore Pam Thompson Dawn Dunn Janice Kruse Linda Poore Marilyn VanDoren Debbie Garrett Alice Manhart Tammy Porter Susan Wheeler Belinda Gifford Melanie Martin Joyce Randle Debbie Winter Cheryl Yoxall The tension and excitement that per- meates Rush Week comes through in the tears and expressions of joy when a pro- spective pledge finds that she is now a sister (opposite and below). 73 Reynolds Atkins Al Link Mike Blank Mike McGillivray Swinley Corman Mike Muir David Cross Doug Petersilie Larry DeGarmo Bill Prather Tim Dierberger Wayne Roberts Terry Dimitt Don Satterfield Erick Erickson Mike Schuster Kale Erway Jeff Schwartz Lyle Erway Dave Shryock Yoshl Fukasawa Ned Smith Lynn Fufwider Rick Smith Gerry Helin Stan Smith Steve Hewson Tom Stejskal Jeff Homberg Frank Swartz Doug Kingsley Jim Walker Roger Kingsley Terry Weber Alpha Kappa Lambda men retired the Traveling Religious Award by winning it three consecutive years (above). 74 itt.. Alpha Kappa Lambda This year the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity had the dubious honor of sponsor- ing the male winner of the " Beauty and the Beast’’ contest, Craig Libsack, But not all of AKL ' s triumphs were in such a light vein. For the third year, the men won the Traveling Religious Award from the National Headquarters of Alpha Kappa Lambda — and now it will take up permanent residence in Hays. Throughout the year, the men participated in all intramurals and most other cam- pus activities. Their own social calendar was highlighted this year with the " Go to Hell 1 informal and the “Spring Splash’’ formal. 75 Delta Sigma Phi The Delta Sigma Phi fraternity engaged in the local Big Brother program this year, providing “Big Brothers’’ for the fatherless boys in the community. Eight of the 60 Delta Sigs had little brothers at the end of the school year. The fraternity men also showed a great aptitude for physical activities. Five mem- bers were on the gymnastic squad, four were on the golf team, and one played on the football team. With their interest in sports, the intramural competition was easily the fraternity’s most successful drive. They won an over-all second in the program. In an overtime game, the men placed second in the all-school football intramurals, while winning the Greek League for the second year in a row. In basketball, the Delta Sigs won both all-school and all-Greek honors. m i v Pm v •» VII Jj Wm x f 1 Ps f -kJp ' jEp mm B7J 1 PF i 7 6 Antony Bessire Dennis Brown Eugene Buchholz Dan Caldarera Clinton Chase Richard Clark Robert Clemence Gale Cook Fred DeYoe Dennis Dohrmann Randy Durr Mike Eck Robert Faurot Thomas Funk Michael Gatterman Junior Goodwin Warren Goth Frank Gray James Green John Gregory Dale Haag Sheldon Hamilton Phil Harris David Holloway Jay Horner Douglas Julian Gary Litzenberger Larry Mans Farrell McAtee Richard McGinley James McGuire Terry Merrifield Richard Oringderff Curtis Osborn Charles Osborne John Pekarek William Pemberton Donald Powers Danny Quast Donovan Randolph Joe Redetzke Douglas Roomer Jan Rusch Michael Schaefer Kevin Shaw Mike Shulsky Gary Shuster Mark Soeken Gordon Tiliburg Marshall Walker Robert Ward James White David Williams Dan Wilson Brad Woolridge Alan Woydziak Dennis Zimmerman Randy Zimmerman In the intramural basketball championship game, a Delta Sig tries to deflect the ball (oppo- site). Delta Sigs offer a little advice before the Furlough bicycle race (below). 77 1 JONATHAN it APPLES 1 1 1 ®i Wbl2 1 1 A 2 I | L TP i i vggBSp II p jfl i i - f Nadine Alton LaNelle Amsberry Kathy Bansemer Karen Beavers Vickie Beiser Nancy Bird Susan Blazer Pam Boos Charli Borger Linda Brungardt Ann Marie Caldarera Sherry Clark Pam Cook Janet Cooper Cheryl Corcoran Nancy Davison Becky Douthit Kathy Dreiling Judy Dreiling Sh aron Feikert Dee Ann File Cindi Fletcher Rhonda Flowers Barbara Ford Ann Foster Deb Grlger Linda Goody Fama Hanks Elaine Hazlett Pam Hester Shiela Hull Mary Beth Karlin Jolene Kenyon Linda Knefler Janice Legfeiter Cheryl Lincoln Monica Lohmuller Linda McCandless Joni McClintock Judy Milier Mary Morrish LeAnn Muirhead Mary Munsch Pat Naylor Carol Parks Karen Pickard Marsha Rader Jan Rawlings Kris Riley Cheryl Seize Marilyn Steincamp Susan Stewart Lynn Stromquist Diana Turkle Linda Wheeler Patti Woods Terri Young Excited, but subdued, a line of prospective sorority girls talk to members of Delta Zeta (top left). In a Rush Week skit, ll You ' ve Come a Long Way, Baby ' the DZ ' s take the girls through the history of female liberation (top right) In another skit Schroeder gives Charlie Brown a few helpful hints (opposite). 78 Delta Zeta Winning the Outstanding Chapter Trophy and the Scholarship Trophy for their province during Province Weekend in Omaha, Nebraska, highlighted the year for the Delta Zeta’s. At home, Diana Turkle was named Outstanding Senior Woman. And with the help of the TKE’s, the sorority won both the Sweepstakes and Animation awards for their Homecoming float. Working with Phi Sigma Epsilon, the women held a car wash for the Homer B. Reed Foundation. The sorority also gave a Halloween party for the retarded chil- dren of Hays. Most of the members were involved in campus activities, including Tiger Debs and cheerleading. Festival occasions included the Fall Branding Party and the an- nual Rose Formal in the spring. B 0 Hi 0 Hi k fi h Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hr 0 ! K g fi n fi » fi 0 fi 0 fi IN ¥ Hr 0 IP 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi ‘ skiriBsal Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi » 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 S fi 0 Hi 0 Hi 0 Hi k 0 Hi 0 «0 la sr M %$ t m 79 Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma Epsilon enjoyed a very productive year in 71-72, During the year the men participated in a number of activities through which each member seemed to have gained quite an insight into the troubles and joys of everyday life. Early in the year the Phi Sigs, with the aid of the Delta Z ' etas, held a benefit car wash for the Homer B, Reed Center. They also held many money-making projects, one of which was selling Tiger booster cushions at the basketball games. With these activities, intramurals, and socials the Phi Sigs believe that this year they have reached a level of brotherhood and friendship that only a close knit group such as a fraternity can achieve. bo Jerry Bigham Neal Bishop Dave Cheek John Comerford Mark Cooksey Dave Creech Don Galliardt Bruce Gerecke Al Heinze Jim Keller Dennis Kozub John Lehman John Mai Gary O ' Brate Steve Rieble Bill Sanborn Eric Thoben Kenneth Vine Jeff Zimmerman vt Working frantically on a Volkswagen wheel, fraternity men compete in the Fur- lough Volkswagen Rush (above). Sigma Chi The 1971-72 school year found the Sigma Chi fraternity exceptionally busy in campus and community activities. Projects such as the Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive to aid needy families in Flays and Derby Days to raise money for Wallace Village in Colorado were just two of the many charitable activities the Sig Chi ' s participated in this year. The men also helped with the voter registration drive for area high school seniors, clean-up days at the parks and on campus and workdays at the Homer B, Reed Clinic and the day care center. Sigma Chi was also actively involved in campus leadership, as Mike Cavanaugh held the post of IFC president, while Marcus Bassett presided over the Seventh Cavalry organization. Moreover, the 72-73 school year shows eight Sig Chi’s in Student Senate positions, including the sophomore, junior and senior class presi- dencies. Sigma Chi distinguished itself by receiving the scholarship title for the tenth con- secutive semester, totaling fourteen out of the last seventeen semesters. 82 Darwin Alexander Marcus Bassett Jerry BiJIinger Kerry Bi I linger Mike Cavanaugh Dave Chance Dave Doud Dave Finke Lee Flamik Roger Fricker Kevin Grant Bill Hancock Dave Hewett Richard Irby Ron Irby Bill Kelly Greg Mahoney Randy McCants Bill McLeish Scott Nichols Roger Nolte Mark Pfannenstiel Terry Ptacek Bill Rauscher Paul Riefschneider Bill Rogers Jennie Russell Howard Schaetzle Mike Schardein John Sherman Dave Shields Junior Soeken Rick Smalley Mike Taxter Tom Toepfer Allan Worley Derby Day finds the Sig Chi’s Howard Schaetzle taking a break in front of the Memo- rial Union (top). Separating the cans of food collected in the Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Chi Thanksgiving Food Drive are Allan Worley and Roger Nolte (opposite). 1Z11-2 S3 Betsy Bi I linger Linda Carver Cristie Elder Carol Hoffman Joyce Horyna Janet Koptik Nyla Lippert Linda Marti Tena Martin Alana McClure Lauri Misegadts Kathy Pflughoft Marty Puyear Mary Lea Rauscher Laura Richmeier Debbie Ring Genny Robben Debbie Scherling Myra Shank Debby Silkman Dianna Stephen Kay Sullivan Carol Turney Linda Varan Debbie Ring, Joyce Horyna, Myra Shank and Mary Lea Rauscher visit before one of the din- ners held during Rush Week (fop (eft). Ground breaking for the new Sigma Kappa house was held Sept. 12, 1971, Mrs. David Meckenstock, Sigma Kappa Corporation Board President, ac compacted by the sorority ' s president, Mary Lea Rauscher turned the ground on that date, however, actual construction has not yet begun (opposite). 84 Sigma Kappa Campus and community work has been of major concern to the Sigma Kappas this year. Holding offices in various campus organizations has kept many of the members busy, but not too busy to devote time and energy to their projects, A housemother’s tea was the first order of the year, followed by an open house for the alums during FHS Homecoming activities. Joining efforts with the Sigma Chi fraternity, the Sigma K’s revitalized the build- ings and equipment of the Day Care Center for Exceptional Children. Not to be outdone in scholastics, the pledge class captured the Pledge Scholarship Plaque with a 3.596 average, and the whole sorority joined forces in obtaining the highest over-all sorority grade point average. Many underprivileged children of Hays were treated to Christmas and Easter par- ties. The annual swing-a-thon, lasting 25 hours, provided toys to be donated to Hays’ Santa Claus. The Sigma K’s showed their sporting natures by entering teams in the Women’s Intramural Bowling League, Derby Days and Furlough. Sigma Kappa women pro- vided a pit crew for the bicycle race in the KAYS First Annual Easter Egg Hunt. With the coming of spring, the Sigma Kappas held their pledge informal Hobo Party and the Pearl and Triangle Formal. 85 Sigma Phi Epsilon The Sig Eps, chosen to receive the Outstanding Chapter Award, the All-School Intramural Trophy and the first place award in the humorous division of the Home- coming parade, participated fully in all aspects of campus and off-campus life. To show their more charitable side, the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon participated in the Walk-a-Thon to help raise money for the retarded children in the Ellis county area. The Hays Community Blood Bank awarded the Sig Eps a trophy for their outstanding community service. Social activities for the year included an Alumni Dinner, Senior Dinner and a Par- ents’ Day for Sig Ep parents. The fraternity’s auxiliary, Daughters of the Golden Heart, held a Golden Heart Conclave and banded together with the men to sponsor the Golden Heart Ball where they elected Debbie Nottingham their Sweetheart Queen. 86 Clay Alexander Greg Anderson Rich Balthazar Don Barrett Curt Bender Ed Beougher Bruce Buss Jerry Caldwell David Carroll George Carter Denny Considine Jeff Crist Dave Cross Ray Deiter Dave Dipman Mike Dreiling Chuck Elliott Mark Faulkner Britt Feltner Greg Fort Don Gaskill Don Hammer Dave Hand Chip Hardy Chad Heckman Bob Hellerud Dale Hoosier Galen Irvin Jim Keller Kenny Keller Ed Kuhn Larry Laubhan Mike Laubhan Larry Maze Bill McCall Galen McFarland Bob Miller Rik Ochel Doug Parker Mark Parsons Gene Pennington Howard Ruud Brian Schoenthaler Gary Schupbach Charles Schwanke Vernon Schwanke Terry Stuart Doug Thurman Craig Thurman Mike Waldschmidt Rick Ward Tom Wolf Sig Eps find their backyard a good place for soaking up some sun while do- ing homework or playing a little basketball (top center). Intramural wrestling was just one of the activities the men from Sigma Phi Epsilon entered to win the All-School Intramural Trophy (opposite). 87 Debra Baldwin Gail Bankston Susan Bergling Ginny Blair Donna Blakely Cindy Borger Susan Carter June Cook Vickie Cooper Shirley Craft Karen Gulley Geneva Davis Deb Erbert Mary Jo Feaster Pam Fondoble Cindy Furbeck Amber Garver Diana Grice Marsha Harbaugh Connie Hardin Anne Henderson Nancy Hjort Ava Joss Bev Kelman Deb Kendig Mary Beth Lawson Janie Liggett Debbie Maher Beth McGovern Diana McMillen Kathy Moore Donna Morris Deb Prussa Dawn Romanucci Vicki Sch instock Jerry Schwein Telia Sebaogh Jean Shank Corinne Shell Karen Steen Susan Stuart Robyn Tomasu Deb Tomlinson Anna Trent Marcia Turnbull Jackie Wait Jo Waldman Barb Waiker Cindy White Joyce Wichers Janey Wiflis Katie Witwer Nancy Wood Tri Sig members entertain their prospective sisters both formally and informally during Rush Week (top and bottom). Sigma Sigma Sigma The National Service project for the women of Sigma Sigma Sigma was an effort to raise money for children with polio by selling stationery and shining shoes. The Tri Sigmas afso participated in the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon for retarded chil- dren. With girts in cheerleading , intramurals and various honorary and professional or- ganizations the sorority still had time to accumulate a grade point average of 3.28, enough to win and retire the Scholarship Trophy, Tri Sigma Kathy McGovern was named one of the Outstanding Senior Women. Amber Graver was chosen Sigma Chi Sweetheart, and Defta Sigma Phi Sweet- heart was Vickie Cooper. Along with these social victories, Miss Fort Hays State was Tri Sigma ' s Karen Steen. The first runner up was Donna Blakely, another Sigma. The women also sponsored candidates for Best Dressed Coed, Homecom- ing and Furlough Queens. 39 Sigma Tau Gamma A stationary M Bike Ride for Cancer 1 1 of over 621 miles was staged this year by Sigma Tau Gamma in an effort to raise money for the local Cancer Drive. The men also put forth a great deal of effort in collecting donations for the United Fund Drive in March, For their physical activities, the men looked toward two " All Star” wrestling matches, the Rodeo and Furlough, The Sig Taus were proclaimed winners of the Volkswagen Rush, and their candidate, Annette Sulzman, was crowned Furlough Queen. Socially, the fraternity held several informal parties, and participated in intra- Greek and campus activities. Their last social function was the White Rose Formal, held at the end of April. 90 Mike Artman Mike Ashcraft Garry Charvat Duane Creamer Lance Fox Jack Gardinier Larry Gerber Tom Gillan Steve Graham Kirk Grizzell Dennis Hale Chuck Halm Bob Haskins Richard Jensen Jerry Johnson Joe Kanak Dave Kazmaier Tom McGavran Dwane Meireis Al Miller Gale Paimberg Bill Pearson Wayne Richmeier Garold Sandell Mike Saunders Greg Schaffer Kirk Sleichter Tom Spicer Ken Vetter Bob Werth Don Westphal Grover Williams Located in front of KAYS radio-TV f the sta- tionary bicycle was staffed by the Sig Taus for a total of 621 miles (opposite). 9T Greg Abbott Dane Babcock Steve Bamber Ken Bjornstad Lynn Bogart Tom Bradrick Kendal! Chance Ed Chaplin Leon Crowfey Dennis Dandorf Ken Dobrinski Jim Doerschlag Robert Dresser Dave Fabricius Ivan Gal I ion Bob Gates Greg Gates Ralph Gates Dan Gingraux Steve Goseland Bob Hooker Mark Ketterl Jim Klema Randy Lawrence Larry Long Don Manhart Emerson McDonald Dan Meckenstock Dave Moody Edmund Moore Doug Morrison Gary Osburn Mike Phillips Steve Pientka Greg Robinson Steve Sobba Phil Stinemetz James Switzer John Vincent Steve Vincent Tim Wadsworth Dennis Waldo Larry Walker Steve Wilber Back for another try at entertaining the basketball audience during half time, the Teke version of the Tiger Debs have a small music and costume problem (opposite). Fur- lough racers speed around one of the less tricky turns in the race (below). 92 Tau Kappa Epsilon Whether concentrating on campus or social activities, intramurals, public service or scholarship, the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon displayed initiative and hard work throughout the year. The Tekes began the year by combining with the Delta Zeta sorority to win both the Best Animation and the Sweepstakes Awards in the FHS Homecoming parade. In addition, the men constructed a stone post fence around their two houses on Eighth Street, and made repairs on their buildings. The Homecoming Formal and the Red Carnation Ball, along with two informals highlighted the social year. As usual, public service was the fraternity’s main objective. In October, the TKE men sponsored a benefit jazz concert in Sheridan Coliseum with the proceeds go- ing to the Friendship Home for wayward children. Members also built a fence around the Day Care Center at Agnew Hall During the spring semester, the Tekes initiated a Big Brother program in which they planned week-end activities with fatherless children in the Hays area. In April, working with the women of Sigma Sigma Sigma, the Tekes helped sponsor and coordinate the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon, which netted $7,000 for research. 93 Playing VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Annette Sulzman, Cher- yl Yoxatl, Deborah Nottingham, head cheerleader; Leann Muirhead , June Cook, Beverly Ketman (left). Also providing Tiger pep throughout the season was Stephanie Channel t, cheerleader mascot (above). 9 5 And when the season was gone . . . . . . Tiger fans realized that it had been just like all the other “next years” they had wait- ed for ... almost. A convincing opening victory against Mis- souri Southern, 37-3, provided Tiger fans with optimism for the 1971 season. Fort Hays State was impressive with an accumu- lation of 452 yards. Mike Sobba, place kick- ing specialist, booted a record breaking 44-yard field goal. The offense and defense had their “heyday” before the seasonal drought began. The next Saturday proved a “Tiger hunt " when Northwestern Oklahoma rolled over Fort Hays State, 40-7. Linebacker Dennis Kress scored the only Tiger touchdown which gave FHS the lead — a brief moment of authority before succumbing to the rav- ing comeback of the Rangers. Fort Hays State ' s home opener against Kearne y State ended with a convincing An- telope victory, 40-21, The Tiger defense could never shackle Kearney’s offense which ran for 307 yards. Tiger tallies came in the final quarter, but could not overcome the game deficit. 96 In spite of ineffectual comebacks, Coach Stomgren maintained a pleasant outlook throughout the season (upper left), Reserve quarterback Bruce Hawley 1 replacing injured Jonathan Douglas, participated in the final five games, established four school records and dis- played his agile reactions to both spectators and opposing defenders (center). Return specialist Dannie Gardner rolls out, seeking running room against the challenging onslaught of tacklers (lower right). The many sights and sounds of victory came too infrequently during the long, trying sea- son — the thunderous cannonade over the gridiron; touchdown indications of referee ' s up- stretched hands; or fullback Dave Wassenburg’s advancement toward long yardage. m 98 1971 COACHING STAFF — Front Row: Head Coach Tom Stromgren, Dennis Brown, Ed McNeil and John Getz. Back Row: Warren Watson, Jack Ramey , Mike Kart Larry Ziertein and Jim Paramore (opposite). TIGER FOOTBALL TEAM — Front Row: Rick Lacey , John Tilson, Rick Hahn , Gary Dougherty r Jake Heck , Mike Butter , Max Evans , Joe Gresnick, Charlie Krull t Dave Wassenburg, Mike Sobba, Bob Givens. Second Row: Jonathan Douglas, Dennis Kress , Ed Turner , Jim Riedel Bruce Bruce, Rick Doran, Ken Zeigier, Jim Bicknell, Lewis Kasseiman, Phil Harris, Donnie Gard- ner, Britt Feltner. Third Row: John Woodworth, Uoneti Jenkins, Dave Bowman , Mike Scheufler, Martin Lewis, Justus Anderson, Mike Hines t Mike Hufstetler, Charlie Schirmer, Nate Molby , Bruce Hawley , BUI Griffith, Reggie Baifew. Back Row: Gary Marvine, Butch Davis, Doug Daliman , Dannie Gardner, Jerry Smith, Dave Creech, Phil Stramei, Stan Durier, Jeff Zimmerman, Frank Arnhoid, Tom Spicer, At Williams (below). 99 However, defending RMAC Champs Pittsburg State, found the Tigers spatting for victory but battling to a 14-14 tie. Fort Hays State relied almost solely on a running game with fluctuating Tiger leads and Pittsburg comebacks. Scoring opportunities were lost in the final period by both teams, insuring the deadlock. Against Washburn University, the Tigers were decidedly stymied by their own errors. Ichabod domination of the second halt pro- vided the incentive for victory which found FHS trailing in scoreboard figures, 34-10. Homecoming, when despite celebrations and the spectacle of a Tiger parade, an in- spired Emporia State team downed Fort Hays, 23-21. The Tigers squandered the lead in the third period when the Hornets scored all their points, upsetting the Ben- gals Homecoming and victory. Next stop — Omaha . . . . . . where time ran out for the Tigers with the ball on UNO ' s one-yard line and the final gun sounding defeat, 27-21 . Fort Hays State had come from behind to knot the game at 21 -21 , which was quickly ' ‘unknot- ted 15 by Omaha, thus keeping a UNO ad- vantage with their defense digging in to hold FHS on the threshold of another come- back. Linebacker Tom Spicer arrests the offensive assault of Emporia 1 fullback Walter Finger as Homecoming activities continue (upper left). Testing the defense, fullback Ken Zeigler at- tempts to solicit yardage from covetous Aggie tacklers (lower left). Emphatic school spirit fills the air supporting the team in victo ry, comeback attempts, or losses (upper right). Adverse weath- er, a muddy field and hostile Indians didn ' t pre- vent victory against Southern (lower right). 100 But victory was again felt by the Ti- gers, along with mud and cold, as FHS defeated Southern Colorado, 10-7. Both teams fumbled numerous times due to field conditions; moreover, each team’s ground attack was virtually stopped. Southern Colorado tried a final quarter comeback, scoring their only TD, but FHS ' defense held the Indians from the goal posts, thus securing the three-point victory. The last home appearance for Fort Hays State found Panhandle State edg- ing out the Tigers, 36-35. Comeback at- tempts by FHS, once down by 20 points, provided brief leads which seesawed throughout the second half. The Aggies rebounded quickly in their final drive to kick a field goal, giving them the neces- sary edge. Ending the season, Fort Hays State faced RMAC Champs — - Northern Colo- rado, who gunned down the Tigers, 42- 21. The Bears dominated the game on running gains, ending the Tiger season at 2-7-1, placing them fifth in the Plains Division. So another " next year " has come and gone . . . silence prevails over Lewis Field which once echoed clashing grid- iron combats or roars for scores from emphatic Tiger fans and chilly-crisp, spot-lit nights filled with fluttering rolls of Charmin — gone with the passing of an- other season. Perhaps " next year " . . . 101 Tigers toppled from RMAC domination Distance men ' s levies include self-dis- cipline and training, which combine com- petitive individual efforts, overcoming weaknesses and catching second winds. These singleton tasks formulate a team which is often apart from other varsity glamour — marching bands, thundering cannons, cheerleaders ' yells or shrilling crowds. However, preseason expectations were encumbered as 1972 found the up- setting of Fort Hays State ' s cross country domination. Paced by Tom Bradrick, All- America recipient, the Tiger harriers captured five first-place finishes along with three second-place marks. But the team failed by one point to collar first place in the RMAC conference, breaking eight consecutive years of title control. The NAIA championships found the team placing tenth, ending the season. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — Front Row: Ron Lawrenz , John Beaton , Tom Bradrick , Herb Camien t Dave Met eland. Back Row: Dennis Kozub t Mike Laubhan, John Nelson, Marv Jelinek, Jim Birnbaum , Ron Seiker . 101 Coach Alex Francis, in his 25th year of Tiger guidance, clocks Fort Hays State’s distance run- ners during a triangular meet (upper left). NAIA All-America, Tom Bradrick heads the final leg toward the finish while Dave McLeland keeps pace and Ron Seiker maintains close contact (left). Jim Birnbaum scampers ahead of oppos- ing harriers (above). 103 Tigers finish 13-11 season, place fourth in RMAC High hopes , . . generous alumni . . . inconsistency . . . disappointments . . . but a winning season highlighted Fort Hays State’s basketball action during 1971-72, The Bengals tied Washburn Uni- versity for fourth place in the RMAC and finished the season 13-11 and with a 6-6 conference record. Consistency . . . the key to victorious basketball seasons or comeback confer- ence triumphs was lacking during the ini- tial varsity season. Early games exemplified inconsistency as the Tigers battled oppo- nents in action-thrilled contests but split the opening twelve games, 6-6, During semester break, ten varsity mem- bers along with Head Coach Chuck Brehm and assistant coach Bud Moeckel traveled to Phoenix, Ariz, to compete in the Grand Canyon Invitational Tournament, Due to the critical financial outlook at FHS, help was required from Phoenix area alumni in order to make the trip possible. The Bengals emerged as second place winners of the tournament, “ However, it was a great experience for everyone 1 re- marked coach Chuck Brehm, ‘The kids really enjoyed themselves and without the support and generosity of the alums, we never would have been able to make the trip ’ The concluding games of ' 71 72 found the Tigers bouncing back somewhat from the opening dead- locked season, FHS ' s varsity wrapped together a winning margin of 7-5 out of the remaining matches while running a six-game winning streak out of seven straight games , , , 1 04 Netting two points against a bewildered Omaha player, Barton Snow displays his agile talents both to seasonal opponents and watch- ing fans (opposite). Leading Tiger scorer, Dave Okeson completes an easy lay-up against Hast- ings College defenders during a fast break (top). Head Coach Chuck Brehm explains game strategy during a brief timeout whle leading the Bengal s for his seventh season (left). 105 . . . During this winning streak, the Ben- gals lost to Southern Colorado State even though they fought heartbreak! ngly against the 1971-72 champions. See-saw action along with close scoreboard contact found SCSC maintaining a slight lead but relin- quishing their lead by halt time, 39-34. However, the Indians wasted no time in regaining second halt control and led at one point, 56-47. The Bengals then clawed back and tied the game at 73-all. More ac- tion and an Indian jump-shot ended FHS’s heroic effort, 77-75. While traveling to another Southern Col- orado State meeting, the Tiger’s bus col- lided with an oilfield truck on the way to Pueblo, Colo. No one was injured and the trip was continued only to end in defeat for the Tigers, 76-57. Perhaps the key game of the season was a heartbreaking loss, 76-75, against Emporia State which deflated all Tiger hopes for a NAIA District 10 playoff berth. 106 Freshman forward, Ronald Crowell attempts a corner lay-up under harassment by a Hastings College defender (opposite). Center Doug Thur- man completes a tip-in despite backboard ac- tion during a Washburn University game (below left). Gary Ritter, senior forward, handles a scoring attempt against RMAC Champions, Southern Colorado State (below), 1971-72 TIGER BASKETBALL TEAM — Front Row: Dave Okeson, Bruce Wasinger, Keith Harper , Galen McFarland „ Duane Rauhui , Troy Rampy, Marcus Kemper, Galen Pfannenstiel, Dan Zeigler r Second Row: Bud Moeckel assistant, coach; Chuck Brehm, head coach; Gerald Gleason t Dave Wessling, Greg Standish, Doug Thurman, Gary Ritter, Brent Track, Larry Clark , Barton Snow, Ronald Crowell Bob Bart - koski , graduate assistant coach. 10 Tiger varsity players prepare for rebounding action against contenders following a free-throw attempt by Barton Snow (top). Hustling against a Washburn University Ichabod, Greg Standish and Snow try to regain possession of a loose basketball (bottom left). Doug Thurman goes high in the air for a rebound against Emporia State challengers (bottom right). 108 Tiger Cubs Acquire Experience During 7-4 Season Freshman forwards Larry Clark and Dave Wessling, along with a host of opponents, pre- pare for rebounding action (above left). Hampered by aggressive defenders, Brent Frack hesitates following fast-breaking action (below left). Grabbing a rebound, Dave Wesling finds himself harassed by a competitor (below). Learning . . . acquiring experience . . . compiling a winning 7-4 record summa- rizes the year for the future Tiger varsity. The Tiger Cubs found the season a for- midable challenge as they battled five jun- ior colleges and six RMAC junior varsity teams. Beginning with a two-game winning streak, FHS’s junior varsity easily defeated Cloud County Community Junior College, 72-57 and Kearney State, 93-80. Colby Community Junior College handed the Tiger Cubs their first defeat, 57-75, before FHS netted a win against Emporia State, 75-66; Losing in overtime action, FHS was edged by Washburn Uni- versity JV’s, 69-71 , but found Kearney State again an easy win 87-75. Pratt Com- munity Junior College gave FHS another overtime loss, 75-79, while Washburn’s junior Ichabods easily handled the Tiger Cubs, 62-72. Tiger JV’s put together a three-game winning streak to close the season as they defeated Colby Juco, 77-76, Emporia State, 77-56, and Cloud County 93-88. Leading Tiger Cub scorer was Greg Standish who averaged 12.0 points per game while Dave Wessling ranked second with a 1 0.5 average. Bob Bartkoski, gradu- ate assistant coach, coached the Tiger Cubs for his second straight season. 109 m Frank Gray completes his follow through at fong horse vaulting (above) and holds his posi- tion on the still rings (above center). Performing on the side horse, Johnny Sanders displays hrs agile routine (bottom center). Leading Tiger scorer for the second straight season, Hector Aponte executes a hand stand on the parallel bars (above right). GYMNASTICS TEAM — Front Row: Hector Aponte , Jim Green , Denny Quast, Donovan Randolph, Johnny Sanders. Back Row: Ed McNeil , head coach; Dan Blythe, Dan Delgado , Frank Gray, Bob Cunningham, Junior Goodwin, Warren Teasiey, graduate assistant coach. no Gymnasts record successful season Young squad , . . high prospects . . , stiff Colorado competition, invigorated Fort Hays State ' s gymnastic team during their 8-2 seasonal performance. Beginning the season, Tiger gymnasts won against South Dakota University by capturing all first places and continued their winning routines twice against Central Missouri. Seasonal best performance was gar- nered against SDU and North Texas State when the Tigers totaled 146.8 points. But the winning streak ended abruptly when FHS met Colorado competitiors. During this meet Tiger gymnasts experienced troubles which found them falling off side horse routines. The last dual meet found FHS winning against NTS. Four gymnasts (Hector Aponte, Johnny Sanders, Frank Gray and Bobby Allen) competed in the NAtA Nationals but to little avail. Aponte and Allen were the only ones placing and tied for 7th place in long horse vaulting. Hector Aponte also led the Tiger scoring for his second straight year with 31 1 .3 total points. m Wrestlers experience disqualification, losing season Encouraging prospects . . . tough com- petition . . . post-season disqualification . . , losing season . . , were keynotes for the Tiger wrestling team as they compiled a 3-8 dual-meet season. Tough competition included two Big Eight schools and resilient RMAC teams which grappled past Tiger challengers. Victories came during the season against Wyoming University (junior varsity), Kear- ney State and Emporia State College. First year coach Jack Ramey lost several wrestlers due to injury or ineligibility and was unable to successfully fill the gaps with new recruits. Because one grappler competed while ineligible during the sea- son, the Tigers were disqualified for final post-season competition. Two fourth place finishes by Bill Gillett and Ralph Hejny helped the Tigers place seventh in the RMAC Tournament. The Bengals also finished seventh at the U.S. Air Force Invitational with second place fin- ishes at Chadron, Neb. and Emporia State meets. J. D. Armstrong held the best indi- vidual record with 8-2 while Hejny com- piled a 7-9 season. 112 Mike Holliman and opponent pose ready for equivocal action at the start of their match (far left). Tiger heavyweight, J. D. Armstrong at- tempts evasive maneuvers against a reluctant challenger (top). Finding himself struggling against a pin, Russell Decker tries to break his opponent ' s hold (top left). Questionable thoughts arise concerning who-has-who as Terry Ptacek takes advantage of riding time during his match (bottom left). Guarding against a take-down, Mike Cooper resists the physical embrace of his competitor (above). 1971-72 WRESTLING TEAM — Front Row: Mike Coop- er, , Ralph Hejny , Terry Ptacek r Mike Holliman. Sec- ond How: Mike Burk f Gale Epp f Stan Faulkender, Bill Gillette Randy Olson. Third Row: Jack Ramey , coach; BUI Watson, Bob Brown t Rick Doran, Leo Roos t Ron Walker ; Greg Saindon (far left) 113 Tiger thin clads have winning season Beginning the track season, FHS ' s two- mile relay team gained All-American hon- ors in the NAfA Indoor Track and Field Meet, The Tiger squad placed third in the event with a time of 7:56 while the over-all standings ranked the harriers fifteenth with 13 points. First place was posted by the tracksters for their first indoor victory, 74-40 against Kearney State in dual-meet action. Seven top individual performances and three re- lay first places boosted FHS ' s tallies. Another first spot was captured during the RMAC Invitational in which two field house records were set by FHS ' s two-mile and distance medley relay squads. Alvin Penka also set a meet record in the two- mile run with a time of 9:19. The KU Invitational found the Tigers with 47 unofficial points. Keying FHS ' s events were firsts by Dennis Kozub in the 600- yard run and Jon Nelson in the 1000-yard run. Pole vaulter Jerry Francis clears his attempt (above). Rick Lacey tosses the discus during Lewis Field competition (right) while tracksters ready themselves at the starting blocks (upper right). Long jumper Lawrence Look lands in the jumping pit (tar right). 114 Outdoor competition found the Tiger thin ctads garnering six individual first spots and two top relay finishes in capturing their first outdoor dual meet over Emporia State. Two firsts were claimed by speed- ster Mike Shaw in the 100-yard dash and 440-yard intermediate hurdles, FHS only gained 23 points in field events but outs- cored the Hornets in running, 62-20. FHS then traveled to Austin, Texas for the Texas Relays and won two third fin- ishes in the two-mile and distance medley relays and a fifth spot in the mile relay. Next stop for the Tigers — - the Emporia Relays . . . where the track men paced another first place finish as FHS gained top finishes in the mile and two-mile relays with another first claimed by Jim Birnbaum in the steeplechase. Home dual action saw FHS dominating Lewis Field track action as the Tigers outs- cored Kearney State, 110-35, FHS ' s fin- ishes of 1-2-3 were noted in the javelin, high jump, 440-yard intermediate hurdles and three-mile run. During the three-mile run, Tiger distance men Jim Birnbaum, Al- vin Penka and Ron Lawrenz came in dead- locked for their finishes. Two first places for the day were garnered by Dennis Ko- zub and Greg Shearmire. 115 Alan Montgomery clears his lead foot in a high jump attempt (below). Javelin thrower Maurice Lervold paces down the lane in preparation for throwing his body weight into the fling (right). The distance team, led by Jim Birnbaum and followed by Herb Camien, Marv Jelinek and Tom Bradrick, rounds the track curve (below) while Tiger hurdler Mike Shaw practices his specialty (bottom opposite). 116 The KU Relays provided a second place finish for the distance medley relay team with fifth spots noted in the mile and two- mile relay events. Traveling to the Drake Relays, the distance medley squad posted the second fastest time (9:49.7) in this event in FHS track history for a third place finish. A fifth finish was claimed in the fwo- mile relay. Other team members, who didn ' t travel to Iowa, captured fourth place with 48 points in the Southern Colorado Invita- tional. FHS took four firsts and established one meet record when Alvin Penka won the three-mile run in 14:39.7. J. D. Arm- strong gained two firsts in the shot put and discus to aid FHS ' s point total Other meets slated for FHS include the RMAC Plains Division Meet, RMAC Cham- pionships, Missouri Valley AAU and NAIA. FHS TRACK SQUAD — Front Row: Lynn Tatken- horst , Ron Lawrenz, Clinton Holt , Mike Shaw , Carey Borum , John Lehman , Alvin Penka, Tom Bradrick, John Beaton , Ron Stoker. Second Row: Alex Francis, head coach; Dave Okeson, Jerry Francis, Kevin Mur- phy ; Jon Nelson , Gordon Kaufman, Dennis Kozub, Dave Schneider , Gregg Shear mire. Chuck Zadina, Herb Camien , Larry Thirstrup, assistant coach Back Row: Mike Scheufler, Mike Laubhan, Eric Erickson, Rick Lacey „ Marv Jeiinek, Lawren ce Look , Tom Weber, Jim Birnbaum, J. D. Armstrong, Pat Vavricka 117 Golfers putt through inexperience Tournaments . , . road trips . . inex- perienced linksters . . . exceptional sea- son _ . oriented Fort Hays State ' s golf team into effective " green 11 competition. Carroll Beardslee, coaching his fifth golf season, worked with an inexperienced team of only three lettermen and eight newcomers. Initiating the " green 11 action, FHS opened the J 72 schedule at Missouri Southern . . . where the Tigers placed 10th with a two-day team score of 637. However, the golfsters posted first place during the Marymount College Tourna- ment. Tiger Dick Ahiberg won medalist honors with his 71 score while the Tiger’s winning team total was 309. Rain canceled FHS ' s only home tourna- ment. But the Tiger golf team concluded their tournament schedule by edging out second spot by one stroke at the KSTC, KSC and FHS Triangular Meet at Emporia State. Terry Merrifield won medalist honors with his 72 score. John Pekarek led the Tigers with a 74.5 tournament average in the concluding two tournaments while Dick Ahiberg filled sec- ond spot with a 75.5 average. Remaining meets of the season include the NAIA District 10, RMAC and NA1A Na- tional Golf Tournaments. Finding himself in the rough, Dick Ahiberg chips his ball onto the playing green (right). John Pekarek putts towards the hole (above far right) while Kevin Shaw tees off onto the fair- way (center right). Determining his putt, Art Burtscher calculates the shot, (below tar right). • ' • - •’ if V , VI tl ■ : .. , W. V i. ; r vCSiJlAf -in}? kilims lid 1972 GOLF TEAM — Front Row: Kevin Shaw t Terry Mem field. Second Row: Corroll Beardsiee, coach ; John Pekarek, Dick Ahlberg , Art Burtscher lp3 120 Baseball squad records most wins ever Twelve veterans return , , . strong de- fense . . . successful tournament action , , . ' ‘Diamond Darlings 11 . . . winning season . . . paced Fort Hays State ' s base- ball team into their most successful sea- sonal performance. Spring break marked the beginning of the Tiger’s 44-game baseball season with a Texas Spring Swing 1 involving 11 games and an invitational tournament. Impressive wins were made over Texas Wesleyan University, the University of Texas at Arlington and traditional rival, Em- poria State during the Texas Wesleyan In- vitational Tournament, Concluding tourna- ment action, FHS battled TWU for the championship and won following fifth in- ning action which brought in two Tiger scores and edged out TWU, 4-3. Returning to Hays, FHS sported an 8-3 record going into their regular season. Concluding March baseball perform- ances, FHS split games with Sterling Col- lege, Washburn University and Augburg College (Minn.). However, double-header victories were noted against the College of St. Thomas (Minn.) and Yankton College (S. D.) with another single win over St. Thomas which boosted the Tiger’s record to 1 6-6 going into April. The “Diamond Darlings ' 1 were an added attraction at home games this season. The fifty coed enthusiasts acted as hostesses and distributed programs while highlighting Larks Park games. « 3 p f tv T L Head coach Earl Hobbs confers with Tiger pitcher Harold Dangler during baseball action (top left). Dangler heaves the ball against opposing batters (top center). FHS President John W. Gustad opens the home baseball season by throwing out the first ball while the Diamond Darlings observe the toss (top right). Third baseman Dennis Staab connects for a base hit (above) April action saw two straight double- header wins over Yankton College and Kearney State before the Tigers split games with Emporia State. Bethany Col- lege fell prey twice to FHS during another two games while rain cancelled another match with Emporia State. Closing April ' s double-headers were twin victories over Kansas Wesleyan University and St. Mary of the Plains College. Other matches with Bethany and St. Mary of the Plains College were rained out. Leading the Tiger’s hitters going into May were Troy Rampy and Ron Suppes with a .330 batting average. Other regulars over .300 were Pat James — .325, Frank Leo — ,319, Ron Ruder — ,303 and Den- nis Considine — .302. Suppes led the squad in home runs with five and was fol- lowed by Rich Maier with four. Maier also headed Tiger RBI ' s with 23. Brian Bates led the pitching statf with an earned run average of .085 while Vic Perri held the best won-lost record with eight wins, followed by hurler Mike Hannafin with a 6-0 record. Other game action included double- headers with Sterling Coilege and Kearney State, RMAC Area Tournament and Cham- pionship Playoffs and NAIA Playoffs. 132 Hurler Vie Perri fires the baseball across the plate as the Tigers perform their defensive action (left). Steve Hammer schmidt fields an easy pop-up (bottom far left). Competing a force out play at first base, Harold Dangler receives the throw from second baseman Frank Leo (bottom mid- dle). Catcher Pat James watches the action for possible advancement to other bases (below). 1972 TIGER BASEBALL TEAM — Front Row: Rod Ruder ; Keith Harper, Jerry Staab, Dennis Considine. Second Row: Galen Pfannenstiel, Rod Hafner, Steve Jones , Steve Hammerschmidt, Dave Beilis. Third Row: Vic Perri Tom King , Troy Rampy, Rich Maier , Mike Hanna fin. Fourth Row: Frank Leo, Dennis Staab, A! Leonetti, Ron Suppes, Pat James, Brian Bates. Back Row: Marvin Miller , assistant coach , Earl Hobbs, head coach , 123 An expanding and varied intramural ath- letic program, headed by intramural direc- tor Wayne McConnell, provided the impe- tus for FHS’s intramural participants. Basketball continued as the most popu- lar sport involving 82 teams and 846 play- ers. Softball ranked second with 36 teams Involving 515 piayers and volleyball placed third in popularity with 36 teams and 383 members. AH-school championship honors for indi- vidual singles sports went to Bob Minne- man in horseshoes, Farrell McAtte in golf, Gaylord Johnson in tennis and Tom Wolf in table tennis. Doubles honors were taken by Ron Irby and Vic Daubert in horse- shoes, Jim Akers and Dennis Speier in golf, Bob Helierud and Phil Helman in ten- nis and Dave Carroll and Gregg Anderson in table tennis doubles. In team competition, the Nutcrackers, representing the Independents, downed the Greek champs, Delta Sigma Phi, in the all-school football playoffs, 19-18, in over- time. The Cool Heads won first in wrestling competition with 76 points while Sigma Chi splashed to first in the fall semester swim- ming meet. 124 Spring intramurals . . . . . . were marked by final basketball game competition, with Delta Sigma Phi emerg- ing as new school champions in the Greek League. The " Red Coat Raiders’’ won the Independent title while " T.B.N.L. " mas- tered the top spot in the residence hall di- vision. However, the basketball all-star game found the Independent all-stars de- feating the Greek all-stars, 72-69, in action held in the white barn. Jim Manee and Dave Okeson won all- school double honors in badminton during spring competition while Greek champ Johnnie Russell achieved singles honors. Sigma Phi Epsilon downed the Inde- pendent " Aces, " 15-5 and 15-6 in the all- school volleyball game and continued their mastery in bowling action with a 7-0 re- cord and a 165 game average. Sig Ep bowler Tom Wolf also won singles honors with a 1 82 average. Intramural softball action found the Inde- pendent " Loners " defeating " Big Daddy’s Rockets, " 7-2 for the all-school champion- ship. And another Independent team, the " Bears,” captured the all-school champi- onship in the annual track meet. One meet record was set in the 440-yard run by Tom Giesle with a time of 56.5 Sig Ep men won the intramural fraternity title with 1,157 points for the year and Delta Sig placed second with 944 VC 126 T 27 1972 TENNIS SQUAD — Front Row: Marlin Wells , Glenn Fondoble. David Smith , Mike Pettant Carle Kuhn , Christopher Rorabaugh. Second Row: Coach Bud Moeckef, Wayne Reg ter, Wayne Copeland , Larry Stamens, Dave Hewett, Larry Gardner , Steve Wood- man. m Tigers net 4-8-2 during court action Young team . . . new talent . . . tough season . . . highlighted the year for Fort Hays State ' s tehnis squad who came up with a 4-8-2 season record. Second year tennis coach Bud Moeckel conducted a building year with only four lettermen returning to face a tough sched- ule of nine dual and three triangular meets. Wayne Reiger played the number one position while Wayne Copeland and Dave Hewett shared the second Tiger spot. Reiger and Hewett combined to lead the doubles competition. Tiger netters opened their season by placing last in the Bethany College triangu- lar meet. Their only win in this meet was scored by the doubles team of Chris Rora- baugh and Mike Reliant. Following this opener FHS was shutout 7-0 at Kearney State and 12-0 at Emporia State. April found the Tigers tying with South Dakota State but losing their home triangu- lar meet. They shutout Kansas Wesleyan, 7-0, and won against Sterling College. A dual action meet with Northwestern Oklahoma State ended in a tie and another home triangular meet found FHS netted. Two wins against Bethel College and Kansas Wesleyan left the Tigers with a dual match against Bethel College and the RMAC championships to conclude the season. Dave Hewett returns a volley during court ac- . tion (left center) and serves to his opponent ' 4 (left). Number two man Wayne Gopeland pre- pares for a backhand return (below left). 129 TIGER Scoreboxes GYMNASTICS SEASON RECORD 8-2 WRESTLING SEASON RECORD 3-8 •n r: « J - FHS OPPONENTS Air Force Invitational 7th Chadron Neb invitational 2nd Northwest Missouri Umv. of Neb. Kansas State Kearney Slate Emporia State Metropolitan State Central Missouri Southwestern Mo. Emporia Stale Invitational 2nd RMAC Tournament 7th FHS OPPONENTS 122.5 S. D. State 95.9 122.5 S. D. Univ. 55.5 129.4 San Jacinto 115.6 129.4 Central Mo. 71.6 110.1 Central Mo. 57.5 146.8 North Texas 113.2 146.8 S. D. Univ. 769 127.4 N Colo 147.0 127 4 Colo. Univ. 132.6 124.3 North Texas 102.7 130 FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD 2-7-1 FHS 37 7 21 14 10 21 21 10 35 21 ALL-LEAGUE HONORS Lionell Jenkins John Woodworth OPPONENTS Missouri Southern 3 Northwestern Okla. 40 Kearney State 40 Pittsburg State 1 4 Washburn Univ. 34 Emporia State 1 23 Omaha (U. of Neb.) 27 Southern Colo. 7 Panhandle State 36 Northern Colo. 42 BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD 13-11 FHS OPPONENTS 76 St. Benedicts 81 84 Kearney State 83 83 Northwestern Gkla. 81 78 Regis College 72 80 Hastings College 92 59 Emporia State 63 Grand Canyon Invitational 2nd 90 Eastern New Mexico 74 64 Grand Canyon Colo. 75 87 Hastings College 80 94 Omaha (U. of Neb.) 86 63 Washburn Univ. 74 56 Pittsburg State 71 72 Kearney State 84 68 Northern Colo. 59 75 Southern Cofo. 77 78 Pittsburg State 62 63 Washburn Univ. ' 57 62 Omaha (U. of Neb.) 61 93 Sacred Heart 59 57 Southern Colo. 76 57 Northern Colo 54 66 Sacred Heart 65 75 Emporia State 76 57 St. Benedicts 74 ALL-LEAGUE HONORS Dave Okeson NAIA DISTRICT 10 HONOR SQUAD Dave Okeson 131 GOLF BASEBALL SEASON RECORD 31 -7 TENNIS SEASON RECORD 4-8-2 CROSS COUNTRY OPPONENTS Washburn Univ, Bethany College Kearney State Emporia State South Dakota State Bethany College Tabor College Kansas Wesleyan Sterling College Northwestern Okla Kearney State Emporia State Bethel College Kansas Wesleyan MEETS FHS FINISH Missouri Southern 10th Marymount College 1 st Emporia Triangular 2nd MEETS FHS FINISH Kearney State (dual) 1st Wichita Invitational 2nd Emporia Invitational 1st Kearney State (dual) 1st Southwest Mo. Invit 2nd NAIA District 1 0 1st RMAC 2nd Missouri Valley AAU 1st NAIA 10th ALL-AMERICAN HONORS Tom Brad r ick TRACK MEETS FHS FINISH (Indoor) NAIA 15th Kearney State (dual) 1 st RMAC Invitational 1st KU Invitational 2nd (Outdoor) Emporia State (dual) . 1 st Emporia Relays 1st Kearney State (dual) 1st Southern Colorado Invita- tional 41h Competed in KU Relays, Texas Relays and Drake Re lays but no team places were kept. ALL-AMERICAN HONORS Two mile relay team Ron Lawrenz, Ron Seiker, Jim Birnbaum, Marv Jelinek FHS OPPONENTS 2 University of Texas 1 4 Texas Wesleyan 7 5 Austin College 2 1 Austin College 0 Texas Wesleyan Invitational 1st 6 Texas Wesleyan 1 1 Texas Wesleyan 2 6 Southwest Minn. St 5 1 Southwest Minn. St. 4 7 Emporia State 4 2 Emporia State 1 4 Texas Wesleyan 3 8 Sterling College 0 0 Sterling College 1 2 Washburn Univ. 3 3 Washburn Univ. 2 3 St. Thomas (Minn.) 1 4 Augsburg College 7 7 Augsburg College 5 9 St Thomas (Minn.) 1 5 St Thomas (Minn ) 1 7 Yankton College 4 5 Yankton College 4 6 Yankton College 0 5 Yankton College 0 2 Kearney State 1 2 Kearney State 1 1 Emporia State 2 5 Emporia State 3 0 0 Bethany College 1 ?0 Bethany College 2 7 Kansas Wesleyan 3 1 Kansas Wesleyan 0 6 St. Mary College 3 3 St. Mary College 0 5 Sterling College 1 6 Sterling College 0 3 St Mary College 3 5 St. Mary College 4 Serving 132 FORT HAYS KANSAS STATE COLLEGE HAYS, KANSAS 67601 December 14, 1971 Dear Fort Hays Stater: As you know, the six state-assisted colleges and universities are facing a severe financial crisis. We need your help in restoring funds to our college for it to operate successfully. Recently, budget hearings for Fiscal Year 1973 were held. Despite the Board of Regent ' s request for approximately 10 percent increases for each of the three state-assisted colleges, the state Budget Director, James Bibb, reduced the requested increases to a token 2.5 percent. Inflation amounts to six percent a year in Western Kansas, resulting in an effective 3.5 percent decrease in available funds. On top of this, no one got an increase for the 1971-72 year. Kach of the six state -assisted institutions is facing a similar set of problems as a result of insufficient funds. The best faculty members are finding new jobs elsewhere; classrooms are becoming crowded; laboratories are deteriorating; library hours and services are being curtailed; and funds for travel purposes have been cut off. In addition, last year’s inadequate budget means that any real increase in operating funds must necessarily go to make up year-old deficiencies. At Fort Hays State, the belt has already been tightened considerably. Out-of- state travel has been banned. Forsyth Library has been instructed not to order any new volumes, a situation that, if continued, may result in loss of accreditation, in ' addition, equipment expenditures, earlier estimated at $100,000, have been stopped entirely. These measures will save approximately $170 ,000- -enough to see us through Fiscal Year 1972. But the austere budget proposed for Fiscal Year 1973 will require still more drastic measures, while needed capital improvements, salary increases, and additional operating expenses cannot be met. What can be done to remedy this papidly -deteriorating situation? The Kansas Legislature meets this coming Janudry to Jjsake the final decision regarding funds for the state -assisted colleges. Wfffi will probably follow the Governor ' s recommendations unless their constituents indicate a preference otherwise. You and your parents represent a large ' and potentially effective interest group- -but only if you make your feelings known in i strong and positive manner. For the sake of your personal interest, your alma mater, and higher education in Kansas, write, call, or see personally your Kansas Legislator. Your efforts may make the difference in his vote- -and in the future of Fort Hays State. Sincerely, David Tarrant Student Body President 133 Student Senate With the threat of fund cutting to state colleges an eminent danger, the Student Senate actively participated in petitioning the State Legislature for increased funding. Through the efforts of the Senate, all stu- dents on campus received letters urging them to contact their legislator in hopes of curbing the proposed budget cuts. The fi- nal results brought about a 5% increase in the governor ' s recommended budget. Concerned with student government and rights, members of the Senate participated in a campus voter registration drive and planned for an off-campus housing com- mission. This commission would compile a list of approved off-campus housing and would set up a graded system of informing students about conditions of the housing. STUDENT SENATE — Front Row: Rita English, David Tarrant, Toni Wells . Back Row: Larry Cross, Stan Oyler ; Nancy Handle, Deb Andrist r Mike Artman, Bill Elliott , Scott Nichols t Randy Hickman , Donna Morris, Joei White, Stella Howell (top). STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS: Rita English, student liaison ; Dave Tarrant, student body president; Bill El- liott, vice-president (above left). SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT: Junior Goodwin (right). 134 JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT: Stan Oyler (far left). SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT: Joe Norvell (left). FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT: Scott Nichols (below left). STUDENT SENATE — Front Row: Marilyn Endow, Rose Johnson , Larry Walker. Back Row: Ken Pa try, Karen Nilsson, Fred Thalheim, Pat Treu, Roger Fricker, Tamra Applebee, Ann Marie Catdarera, Jim Switzer , Ron Kietchka, Marilyn Pishny ; Phoebe Atchi- son (below). 135 Associated Women Students Associated Women Students, second oniy in membership to the student body, is comprised of all women students attending Fort Hays State. Representatives are elected from various housing districts to serve on the AWS council. This year AWS emphasized politi- cal awareness in addition to acting as a judicial organization for FHS women. Area colleges attended an AWS confer- ence featuring Dr. Emily Taylor, Dean of Women at Kansas University, as guest speaker, AWS, along with Student Senate, McMindes and Agnew Halls, sponsored Fredrick Storaska, a noted authority and lecturer on the art of self-defense for women. Recognition of the Outstanding Faculty Women and Outstanding Senior Women highlighted the annual AWS Honors Night. 136 ■• 1 afl " »■» fr-frf . B £ »A VA ' f " {t - ' .v AWS MEMBERS — Front Row: Lynn Adkins , Mary Ann Enslow, Cindy Boxberger, Nancy Cooper , Diane Fleming. Second Row: Susan Baseman, Marilyn Dar- nell , Betty Mai field, Suellen Weber , Cheryl Bolt, Jo- lece Tate r Marfys McFarland. Back Row: Kerry Mapes r Becky Meier, Beverly Turner, Kathy McAfee, Kay Dunkel r Dorothy Busch , Bonnie Towns (top far left). AWS president Kathy McAfee confers with Sally Ward, AWS sponsor (far left). Dean Jean Stoufter and Alice McFarland; 1971-72 Out- standing Faculty Women (left center). Fredrick Storaska demonstrates a self-defense technique (top right). Dr, Emily Taylor addresses the AWS conference held last fall (above) 1971-72 Out- standing Senior Women; Kathy Spicer, Barbara Carter, Diana Turkic (left). 137 Campus Police, Traffic Tribunal CAMPUS POLICE: Wendell Wyatt , Donald Brown , Maurice Pother Virgil Huxol Robert Jennrich, Vern Pfannenstiet, Howard Roder, and Gordon O ' Hara (left). UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD — Front Row: Mike Livingston, Nancy Randte, Back Row: Lynn Rogers, Richard Bisterfeldt, Janna Britten, Carol Dietz, Melody Meckel, Dave Shryock, Pat Naylor, Barbara Boyd, Pat Thibauif, and O Z. Bizzeil (top). TIGER PAWS — Front Row: Ava Joss , Carol Dietz t Vickie Cooper, Brenda Coats, Dawn Dunn „ Susan Schonthaler Second Row: Stella Howell, Debra Andrist, Mary Cates r Donna Morris, Barbara Boyd Back Row: Donna Harms, Diane Fleming, Kathie Miley, Barbara Carter, and Barbara Hickel (above). 13a CAMPUS POLICE: Wendell Wyatt , Donald Brown, Maurice Follier, Virgil Huxol, Robert Jennnch, Vern Pfannenstiel, Howard Roder , and Gordon O ' Hara UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD — Front Row: Mike Livingston, Nancy Randle. Back Row: Lynn Rogers , Richard Bisterfeldt, Janna Bhttan , Carol Dietz , Melody Meckel, Dave ShryocK Pat Naylor , Barbara Boyd . Pat Thibauit, and O. Z. Bizzell (top). TIGER PAWS — Front Row: Ava Joss , Carol Dietz , Vickie Cooper r Brenda Coats, Dawn Dunn, Susan Schonthater. Second Row: Stella Howell r Debra Andrist, Mary Cates , Donna Morris, Barbara Boyd Back Row: Donna Harms , Diane Fleming, Kathie Miley , Barbara Carter, and Barbara Nickel (above). Activities Board, Tiger Paws Memorial Union Activities Board provides FHS students with a variety of entertain- ment. Added to their agenda this year was an all-night party and an open house each semester. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Sugarloaf served as board-provided enter- tainment for Homecoming and the spring concert. Projects promoted during the year included children’s parties, free coffee day, opening the Tiger Pause ice cream shop, printing, the Union Gap newsletter, art ex- hibits for the Union and sponsoring the Miss FHS and Best Dressed Coed pag- eants. Tiger Paws are chosen to host and pro- mote Union activities. Some of their host- essing activities included Union open houses, conference registrations, guided tours and the Miss FHS and Best Dressed Coed contests. An added feature of Tiger Paws duties was the President ' s Parfait party where each campus organization’s president was honored. 139 Photographers Located on the first floor of Picken Hall, the photography lab handles all photo- graphic services on the campus of Fort Hays State. Under the direction of Lorraine Jackson, the lab provides prints for Leader and Reveille, news service and all other campus departments requesting them. One of their traditional services is that of taking queen-candidate pictures for organiza- tions, sororities and fraternities. During the year, four photographers as- sisted Mr. Jackson in carrying out these duties, Chris Shipley, not pictured, also aided the department during the fall se- mester. Randy Westerman (top left). Ed Kuhn (bottom left), Dave Adams (top right). Lorraine Jackson, director (bottom right). Larry Walker (far right). 140 Lorraine Jackson, director of photo services, displays the awards he received at the Four- teenth Annual Southwestern intercollegiate Photo Salon at Texas A M University. Jack- son took first place in the Women ' s Glamour Portraiture Glass and second place for Best Color Print in Show with the same print. He also received second and third place in the Na- ture Class and second in Pictorial (left). 141 Leader Staff THE 1971-72 LEADER STAFF — Front Row; Barry Collins, Gerald Hay r Mike Krannawitter , Steve Bell, Eileen Kinderknecht, Sharon Nicofet, Barbara Welter , Howard Schaetzle. Back Row; Mike Turner , Stan Berry, Marlyn Redetzke, Mike Cavanaugh, Bob McClellan ( top left), LEADER POSITIONS: Gene Jacobs, adviser; Loren Stanton, spring editor (far left). Jim Cook , editorial edi- tor, fall; news editor, spring (center left). Linda Meier, fall editor (right), Terri Staab, news editor, fail; manag- ing editor, spring (top right center). Gerald Hay, Bob Yoho , editorial editors, fall and spring (top far right). Sharon Nicolet, ad salesman, fall and spring (bottom right center). Roxy Green, managing editor, fail (bot- tom far right). 142 The FHS newspaper, the State College Leader, is distributed each Wednesday to college students and faculty. Once again, the paper captured a first-class rating for news publication and editing from the As- sociated Collegiate Press. This year ' s Leader people alternated staff positions fall and spring semesters. The ultimate aim of this revamping was to acquaint staff members with the many fac- ets of newspaper production. The observance of Journalism Day re- sulted In on-the-job experience for Leader staff members. They were held responsible for the publication of the Hays Daily News , Sunday, April 15. 143 A fall trip to the Associated Collegiate Press Convention In Dallas strengthened the staff’s decision to maintain the Reveille s characteristic pattern of coverage. New ideas on layout and more informal shots were incorporated into the format. Fifteen staff members greeted Reveille in the fall, but dissatisfaction and other inter- ests decreased the staff to eleven by spring. Headaches, frustration and a final prayer for another All-American sent the ’72 Rev- eille off to Dallas for publication. 144 -4V, -I The 1971-72 Reveille Staff (top left center). Debbie Ellsworth, editor (far left), Mrs Katherine Rogers, adviser (mid left). Gerald Hay, sports; Jeanie Osburn. classes and Greeks (mid left center) Joel White, business manager (bottom left center). Tomme Miller, Martha Mrllstead, academics (top right center). Kerry Mapes, Sondra George, organizations (bottom right center), Lee Durier, housing and Greeks, (bottom right). Dianne Applegate, index; Kim Trout, events (far right). 145 Using professional TV equipment in a natural TV setting is part of the actual work involved in productions classes (above left) Dr. Gordon Price of the education department utilized TV equipment for the video taping of lecture material (top right). Production classes oversee the taping of a commercial (below right). 146 Radio and TV Productions The campus radio and TV productions center offers students the opportunity to work with some of the most extensive pro- fessional broadcasting equipment in the area. Due to the tripling enrollment in production classes, two new courses en- compassing campus TV operation and broadcasting internship were incorporated into the curriculum. Internship possibilities allowed students to have more practical experience through a two week study un- der professional supervision. TV productions on campus had exclu- sive use of Hays Cable Channel 12. Pro- grams produced by students and faculty along with various sports events were cov- ered by the student-operated station. The TV productions office worked with the edu- cation and chemistry departments to deter- mine the feasibility of obtaining education grants for use in taping lectures. Campus radio, KFHS, promoted student involvement in radio announcing. Music, weather and news comprised the program- ming of the amateur broadcasters. An orig- inal program broadcast on KFHS present- ed radio as it was in the 1940 ' s and 50 ' s. Charlie Osborne reads his last announcement before turning the set over to Jerry Kuhlmann while Ivan Gallion looks over the day’s logs (top left). Alex Klaus and Dave Dechant find that teamwork and cooperation are indispensable elements of smooth radio announcing and pro- gramming (left). Larry DeGarmo pauses to relax between selections (above right). 147 iwartz Deanna Koellr A Dwayne, Spa dy CarolSpalsbury Margaret Krause All Campus Honoraries Phi Kappa Phi Faculty: President John W. Gustad Alumni: Mark Carney Alan Detrich Lonnie Fehrenbacher Esther Hailing Marie Hogan Harold Kidd W. E. Lusk Thomas Renshaw Marguerite Stout Marjorie Ward Undergraduates: Lynn Adkins Robert Albright C Sheila Balnter Bruce Bauer Bonnie Beisner Mark Berry Margaret Blecha Barbara Boyd Susan Bozeman LeOta Brown Barbara Ann Carter Nancy Cockrum Fred Cook Sally Daniels Betty Jean Derby Fred Deyoe Judy Dugan Kay Eller M. Elaine fill ■ Karen Pejpy ; N Mary Ann Froelich James Green ' RoW ’Green Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary mem- bership is attained from the highest ten per cent of the senior class and the highest five per cent of the junior class. Outstand- ing faculty members, graduate students and alumni may also be selected on the basis of contributions to their areas since graduation. Election to this honorary is one of the highest honors a FHS student can earn. The objectives of this honorary include recognizing scholarship, promoting ad- vanced study and awarding a one-semes- ter scholarship to a junior scholar. Receiv- ing the junior scholarship award this year was Eileen Weber. Barbara Jean Nelson is Partington aw Kathleen McGovern Conrad Miller Rita Mills mary Tempero Jon Thummel Tom Toepter Bonnie Towns Barbara Ward Joyce Washburn H. Eileen Weber Marla Whorton Patricia Wilson 148 Who’s Who Debra Andrlst Janet Kulbiski Janna Badenhop John Leonhart Marie Berry Kathy McGovern Barbara Bland Conrad Miller Barbara Carter Barbara Nelson Colleen Chitwood Karen Pickard Brenda Coats Carlene Pickering Judy Dugan Cynthia Reynolds Bill Elliott Sandra Rohr Mary Ann Enslow David Tarrant Kathleen Feikert Tom Toepfer Peggy Fishier Bonnie Towns Jim Green Diana Turkle Roxy Green Tranda Ward Donna Harms Leland Weigel Pam Hester Joel White Ron Kletchka Nancy Wood Rober t Kraus Mortar Board Barbara Carter Brenda Coats Janet Combs Kay Eller, president. Elaine Ellis Cassandra Gaither KathJene Hammerschmidt Donna Harms Pamela Hester Kathleen Moore Barbara Nelson Karen Pickard Diana Turkle Tranda Ward Nancy Wood Not pictured: Cathy Spicer Twenty years of hard work finally earned the Women’s Leadership Organization at Fort Hays acceptance into Mortar Board. Mortar Board is one of the highest ranked women’s leadership organizations among American universities and colleges and is based on the service, leadership and scholarship of its women members. WLO was initiated into Mortar Board on Decem- ber 4, 1971 with 16 Fort Hays members. With cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.00, members must show an ac- tive interest in community and college work. Offering tutoring services, ushering at Artist and Lecture series, acting as cam- pus hostesses for Parents’ Day and run- ning recruiting programs at Junior Col- leges were activities performed by these campus leaders. Establishing an information center for campus women was another project of Mortar Board Situated in the Meadowlark Room of the Union, this center provided information on job opportunities and ca- reer fields available to women. 150 Mortar Board members from the local WLG Chapter screen applicants for next year (far left), Three members add finishing touches to the serving table before the Mortar Board get-ac- quainted tea (top). Mrs Alice McFarland, who acted as liaison between WLO and Mortar Board; and Mrs, Nancy Vogel, sponsor; celebrate the admission of their chapter after 20 years of work (center right). Guests at WLO’s initiation into Mortar Board have a chance to get together and talk following the initiation (far right). 151 Seventh Cavalry Scholarship, character and leadership are among the requirements for the mem- bers of Seventh Cavalry. These active young men have to attend FHS for one year and have a grade point average of 2,75, Promoting and selling the Campus Directory is an annual service project of Sev- enth Cavalry. The annual Seventh Cavalry banquet ends their year. Lonnie Beadfes Rex Berneking Fred Deyoe Greg Fort Don Gaskill Jim Green Mike Marcotte Denis Miller Mike Schaefer Jay Schukman Craig Thompson Mike Waldschmidt Leland Weigel Dennis Zimmerman Not pictured: Marcus Bassett Don Hoffman Spring meetings provide retiring Seventh Cavalry members the opportunity to fully orien- tate new members to club proceedings and activities. 152 Sophomore Women’s Honorary Active sophomore women exert their leadership through Sophomore Women ' s Honorary, Members of this honorary are initiated as freshmen and serve as active participants their sophomore year. A 3,0 grade point and a record of willingness to work are prerequisites for membership. Community service is the role of Sophomore Women ' s Honorary. Members usher at Little Theatre productions, prepare favors for the nursing home and choose new girls for the following year. Cheryl Bauman Jeannine Biel Nancy Bird Shirley Bredfeldt Linda Carver Vicki Cooper Nancy Davidson Patty Depperschmidl Kathy Dickman Vickie Dugan Lois Engelsman Peggy Fiaia Sondra George Betty Goebel Jeanette Gustafson Ruth Harbin Cynthia Hartman Vera Hildebrand Priscilla Hoover Kathy Humburg Eloise Johnson Kathy Johnson Linda Kneller Jerry Mapes Melba Mowry Debbie Nottingham Sue Nyhoff Barbara Otte Mary Jo Riedel Sherry Riegel Jane Schulte Jeannie Shank Jclece Tate Kathy Thacker Verlain Thalheim Becky Timken Robyn Tomasu Debbie Tomlinson, president Carol Whisman Terri Young Not pictured; Pam Pauli 153 Alpha Lambda Delta ACTIVES: Cheryl Bautin an Leslie Beecher Jeannrne Biel Shirley Bredfefdt Peggy Carswell Linda Carver Frances Casey Mary Cates Jolene Clausen Denise Cunningham Kathy Dickman Vickie Dugan Lois Engelsman Beverly Fab in Sondra George Vonda Hake Ruth Harbin Cynthia Hartman Robbi Horinek Shiela Hull Shirley Joseph Linda Joyce Annette Kolling Patricia Kroboth Patricia Multenix Deborah Nottingham Suzanne Nyhoff Barbara Otte Pat Pahls Rita Pekarek Linda Peters Patti Pfeifer Mary Jo Riedel, pres Sherry Riege! Charlyn Rupke Cecilia Sander Vicki Schinstock Jane Schulte Jean Shank Deanna Sterns Verlaine Thalheim Robyn Tomasu Kay Trainer Mary Weinman Terri Young Not pictured: Mary Doherty Annette Meier Kathlene Moyer INITIATES: Luann Alexa Cheryl Allen Dianne Applegate Kathy Bahner Janet Baumgartner Vicki Beiser Sondra Buckwalter Trina Carlson Diana Childress Debra Christy Katherine Clouston Wanda Dinkel Charlotte Earls Diane Edgelt Tabetha Eichman Dea Ann Fabrenbruch Joyce Foster Kathleen Gabel Joan Giebler Susan Gouldie Elva Hahn Sandra Hammond Mary Ellen Hasselman Wynona Hawthorne Susan Heinze Lynnette Hepp Debra Hillman Donna Hurst Jo Lynn Huxman Pamela Jamison Lois Jennison Debra Joslin Judy Keyser Susan Kier Eileen Kinderknecht Janet Kinser Patricia Knowles Madella Lege re Nyla Lippert Monica Lohmuller Linda Marti Melanie Martin Mary McGovern Mary Morris Connie Nicholas Nancy Niernberger Helen Peach Diane Pfeifer Marilyn Pishny Debra Popp Lynn Pratt Deborah Scherlin g Erma Schmidt Mary Jo Schulte Carla Jo Snook Faye Thompson Deborah Totten Beverly Trumpp Cathy Weidman Myrna Sue West Barbara Willis Kathleen Zimmerman 1 54 Phi Eta Sigma Entrance into Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma, Men and Women ' s Fresh- man Honoraries, is based on scholastic achievement. Freshmen earning a grade point of 3.5 or better the first semester or the first two semesters are eligible for membership. Initiation takes place during the spring semester, and the following semester active membership is attained. ACTIVES: Robert Albright Rex Bern eking Mark Berry Irl Brassfield James Bruce Gerald Brungardt Steven Curtin Larry Dahl Larry Donahey Steven Gleue Steve Graham William Hedge Charles Karlin Roger Kaufman Ron Kletchka Robert Kraus Michael Marcotte John McCormack Galen McFarland, pres. Denis Miller Fredrick Nipple William Paget Curtis Partington Kenneth Patry Paul Reifschneider Gerald Robinson William Robinson Michael Ross Michael Schaefer Ronald Schneider David Tarrant Aljoe Wallace Joel White Timothy Zwink INITIATES: Steve Atwood Craig Brown Bruce Buss Stephen Fuller William Gillett Roger Kough Ronald Macy Mark Parsons Kenneth Pfeifer Terry Ptacek Orvan Roach John Sutton Daniel Zeigler Not pictured: Michael Artman Marcus Bassett Alfonso Leonetti Terrance McMullen James Ogburn Departmental Honoraries Pi Delta Epsilon Thirty-two high school students armed with pencils, pica poles and their imagina- tions competed against each other in one of the several state-wide writing contests held this year. Pi Delta Epsilon members served as hosts and guides for the area contest held at Fort Hays. Assisting with journalism workshops and seminars and presenting speakers of inter- est in the field of journafism were other predominant activities of Pi Delta Epsilon. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Acting as waiters at the annual " Home Town Cookin ' Show” and ushering at vari- ous musical productions on campus kept members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia active throughout the year. Performing these and other service projects in the music depart- ment were objectives pursued by the members of this national music honorary. PI DELTA EPSILON — Front Row: Mike Turner, Gerald Hay Lee Durler, Debbie Ellsworth, Martha Mill- stead, Linda Meier , president . Second Row: Rita English, Boh Yoho , Mrs. Katherine Rogers, sponsor, Greg Turner , Kathy Riedel, Barbara Welter, Roxy Green. Back Row: Barry Collins , David Kearney , Jeanie Osburn , Gene Jacobs, Sharon Nicolet, Bob Lowen, Lon Pishny . PHI MU ALPHA SINFON3A — Front Row: Mark Davis , Stan Bock, president; Conrad Miller. Back Row: Matt Springfeldt, Chuck Ames, Dave Cutright, John Huber, sponsor, Man Mickey, Tom Railsback. 156 Sigma Alpha lota Sigma Alpha lota is composed of women active in the field of music. Locally the members promote musical activities on campus and in the community through the selling of tickets to various campus music events and the sponsoring of a tea for music faculty, wives and patrons. Nationally the honorary sends instruments and music overseas to needy schools just starting music departments, and recopies music in Braille and large notes for visually handicapped musicians. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA — Front Row: Anna Trent ; June Miller , Becky Kraus , Ava Joss. Second Row: Nancy Wurrrt , Kathy Steckfein, Linda Goudy , Elaine Ellis t president; Carol Whisman Third Row: Rise Doud , Pris Hoover ; Gfeneva Higley ( Linda Storm , Sharon Willis , Mary Beth Norris , Debbie Tomlinson, Susan Zwickie , Jill Bosh , Shirley Bredfefdt. Back Row: Sandy Rohr ; Dorothy Fagg ( below % i i r ■ i it til 1 1 i h J r| V jL ft j 9 1 A I f 1 | Phi Alpha Theta Working in conjunction with the History Club, members of Phi Alpha Theta actively pursued knowledge in history through vari- ous speakers and films. Helping to sponsor the showing of the film " Birth of a Nation 1 ’ was a campus project of the group. A trip to the Truman Library was a final historical function planned by the honorary. PHI ALPHA THETA — Front Row: John Johnson, Jay Brown , Tom Deuth r president; Jerry Ramsey r Rex Cooper , Timothy Zwink. Second Row: Fred Cook, Ann Liston, sponsor; Mark Berry , David Weaver , Gary Grippin (above). Not Pictured: Linda Grout . 157 Kappa Omicron Phi Members of Kappa Omicron Phi, na- tional home economics honor society, emphasized the study of consumerism as their national project for the year. This study allowed local members to delve into the problems of consumer buying and protection. The Fort Hays chapter contributed to campus scholarship funds and gave monetary assistance to the Campus Day Care Center. Lambda lota Tau Compiling, editing and printing Az Lit was a biannual project of Lambda lota Tau, literature honorary. This publication is a collection of writings authored by students and faculty at Fort Hays. Meetings encompassed literary dis- cussions; presentations of initiation pa- pers by members and analytical studies in literature. Actively serving on depart- ment committees and participating in the fall workshop for high school Eng- lish teachers kept members involved. KAPPA OMICRON PHI — Front Row: Connie Mont- gomery, Diantha Stiira, Carol Sietkes, Fran Casey, Kathy Thacker, Jeanette Gustafson. Second Row: Sand! Swart, Barbara Parker, Mildred Williams r Diana Edgmon , Tranda Ward t president; Stephanie Gray ; Belinda Gifford, Back Row: Nancy Cockrum, Carol Spalsbury, Kerry Lee Tripp r Patsy Baatman r Janet Combs, Susan Wycoff t Barbara Bieber, Maria Poster, Amber Graver ; Alvera Davison, Nancy Dierks, Eunice Bailhagen ( top ). LAMBDA IOTA TAU — - Front Row: Gail Hixenb ugh, Cecelia Reinert, Karen Cole, Barbara Macy. Sack Row: David Ison P sponsor, Larry Laubhan, Larry De Pi sse, Joyce Heroneme , James Keller, Kay Eller, Jean Stegmeier (bottom). 1 58 Kappa Mu Epsilon Math concepts beyond those normally confronted in the classroom are pursued by members of Kappa Mu Epsilon, math honorary. Interest in math is promoted through faculty presentations and outside speakers. Membership in the honorary requires an overall grade point of 3.0; a 3,0 average in math and completion of thirteen hours of calculus. Kappa Mu Epsilon ended the year with their annual spring banquet. fc T t — X H ] j f i — r i | J Pi Omega Pi Education in business served as the function of Pi Omega Pi. Members of this honorary were required to have a 3,0 grade point in business with 15 hours in the field. New members are initiated each semester. Eight ne w members joined the total force of Pi Omega Pi along with three new faculty sponsors. Monthly meetings hosted guest speakers lecturing on business education. KAPPA MU EPSILON — Front Row: Eugene Etter, Rita Mills, Bill Paget, president, Tom Lonnon, Janet Koptik. Back Row: Cristle Elder, Ron Schneider, Ron Hanhardt, Kathy McAfee , Rex Berneking (top). PI OMEGA PI — Front Row: Janis Randolph,, Gayle McFadden, Connie Knox , Second Row: Ramona CHnernith, president; Kathy Miller r Shari Haas , Kathy Feikert, Marcia Bailey, Barbara McCall , Carol Steim l. Back Row: Sandra Rupp, sponsor ; Linda Bennett Barbara Zimmerman , Geraldine Carper, Judy Worth, Joan Bennett, Barbara Jean Nelson, Kay Stewart t sponsor; Mary Lea Ginn , sponsor (bottom). 159 Epsilon Pi Tau Chi Stimulating further study and interest in psychology through speakers is the func- tion of Psi Chi. This psychology honorary requires its members to have nine hours in the field of psychology and to be in the top 35 per cent overall. Dr. John Cody, from the High Plains Mental Health Center, addressed the club on his paper “Beethoven Everything, Tos- ninger Foundation also appeared before the group at one of their monthly meet- ings. PSI CHI - Front Row: John Fenick, pres (dent; Linda Wy setoff, Wayne Schon, Pam Dreihng. Peggy Fishier. Second Row: Richard Hamiit, Bob Mitchell . Leo Herrrmn, Bob Loomis r Maria Whorton r Jackie Crist. Back Row: Delvern Linenberger, Elsa Heintzelman, Jim Calender ; Lesta Jeanne Horinek r Cyrilla McCullough, Gerald Robinson (top). EPSILON PI TAU — Front Row: Glenn Ginther , Bernie Ketterl, Jerry Ross, Dr. C. R. Catn f sponsor; Bryan Bach kora. Back Row: Tom Davidson t Ron Austerman , Bob Hock ; Gail Hmshaw, Vernon Foster , Randy Leitner , president ; Dennis McKee (bottom). Epsilon Pi Tau, industrial arts honorary fraternity, was organized in 1928 by Wil- liam Warrnier. The honorary is dedicated to social and professional efficiency, skill in the use of tools and research in the field of industrial arts. Members are required to have 16 or more hours in industrial arts and a 3,0 grade point in their field. 160 ► SIGMA ALPHA ETA — Front Row: Margaret Brown , Arlene McFalf, Diane Rajewski, Marta Schmidt, Gloria Korf, Carol Woydziak Second Row: Sheryl Dreiting, Marie Gabel, Chuck Wilhelm, Gary White, Jackie Fink r Julie Grable . Back Row: Tom Wolf, Doug Sainiar, Dave Moody, Monte Hardin, Roger Scott (top). DELTA TAU ALPHA — - Front Row: Jim Keltner, Dennis Kress, Eddie George, Lanny DeGood, Ron Al- bers, Deone Hudson, Don Van Campen, Leonard Stevenson, Gary Kastens, James Davis. Back Row: Dale Hansen, Bob Koops, Don Barrett, Roger Dick , Dave Jarman, Ruff L. Gentry, adviser, Henry Diehl, Robert Siefkes, Basil Julian, president (bottom). Sigma Alpha Eta Sigma Alpha Eta, speech and hearing honorary, combined efforts with Student Senate to obtain an audiometer. This hear- ing device was then used for free campus- wide hearing tests, in conjunction with these tests, members of Sigma Alpha Eta conducted speech screening tests. Two conventions were on the Sigma Al- pha Eta agenda this year. Members trav- eled to Kansas City to the Student Speech and Hearing Convention and to Chicago for the national convention. Delta Tau Alpha Delta Tau Alpha, agriculture honorary, was nationally recognized this year by hav- ing Basil Julian, their chapter president, chosen as the national president. Adviser Ruff Gentry also filled the position of na- tional adviser. With the promotion of agriculture as its main objective, Delta Tau Alpha member- ship requires a 2.0 grade point in agricul- ture and 1 2 hours in the field. A 1 .5 overall is also a prerequisite. Members held regu- lar meetings and participated in the judg- ing of soil conservation posters. 161 Alpha Psi Omega, Little Theatre Alpha Pst Omega, theatre honorary, and Little Theatre combined efforts to present plays. The honorary elects members as a reward for participation in plays. Little The- atre membership requires ten points which are acquired by working on productions. Seven Little Theatre awards were given this year. Greg Abbott was named Best Actor and Barbara Laspisa, Best Actress, Best Actor and Actress in Minor Roles awards went to Phil Joseph and Pam Dreil- ing, Sharon Collier received Best Support- ing Actress and Tomme Miller, Best Sup- porting Actor. Best Student Director was Ron Heape. ALPHA PSI OMEGA — Front Row: Dr. Lloyd Frerer, sponsor ; Myrna Ruder, Terry Weber. Second Row: Dan Doherty , Joan Ochs, Tomme Milter, Phil Joseph , Greg Abbott, Glenda Burgett, president; Garnold Kreft, Ron Heape, Barbara Laspisa. Back Row: Frank Dana (left). X 1 i WMm I Theatre performances this year featured drama, comedy and an original work, M Black Comedy " opened in February. Setting the scene In London, the com- edy portrays the problems of an engaged young man when his ex-mistress and future father-in-law show up at the same time. The three act drama, “The King is Dead M is an original work by Harriet Ketchum. This play encompasses the turmoil and violence that followed the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. Finalizing the performances was Arthur Miller ' s " ' A View From the Bridge.” Com- menting on the universal weaknesses of man and how they plague him, the plot cen- ters on two Italian immigrants who enter the U.S. illegally with hopes of a better life. LITTLE THEATRE - — Front Row: Carol Hoffman, Barbara Laspisa , Dr. Lloyd Frerer , sponsor; Ouilma Bliss, Charieen Heape, Rhonda Heinze , Kenn Lott, Terry Peters , Karen Beavers, Kathy Hostetler. Second Row: Ron Heape, George Brunts , Garnotd Kreft, Lorrene Hawk, Pam Dreiling, Tomme Miller , Lavon Gr using, president; Debt Handwerk (ladder).. Third Row: Dan Doherty Terry Weber, Dick Det wrier, Frank Dana, Betty Amhold, Jan Ochs (ladder). Back Row: Phyllis Laspisa , Bob Selby, Rodney Burgett , Douglas Palmer (top right). 162 Orchesis A modern dance production, “The Final Fling ' 1 was premiered May 5th and 6th, Performed by Orchesis and advanced modern dance classes, the presentation featured several solo, duet, trio and group numbers. Orchesis, directed by Sally Mild- brant, presented three company numbers. Orchesis also performed in the tradi- tional Hawaiian Luau, the Varsity Band Show, Hays City Arts Festival and for AWS Honors Night, A lecture demonstration was also given for the Hays Business and Pro- fessional Women’s Club. 164 Brass Choir The Brass Choir, in its eighteenth year, was directed by its founder Dr, Leland Bartholomew. Traditionally, the choir made its fall swing through secions of Kansas to play for high schools, climaxing the trip with a concert in Hays. This year the choir performed six concerts in and around Wichita for this two-day tour. Their annual home concert was December 6th. ?mm BRASS ENSEMBLE — Front Row: Kendall Stull t Vickie Dugan , Judy Dugan, Vincent Landau. Back Row: Sam Froelich ' David Outright, Stan Bock , Robert Schwindt, Michael Wiesner, Douglas Talbott , Ron Mc- Williams, Paula Huser, Bonnie Beisner, Kenneth Scott, James Bowen, Sandra Rohr, Dorothy Fagg, Matt Spring f eld t (top). JAZZ ENSEMBLE: Sharon Willis , Jo Ann Taylor, Doug Miller , Conrad Miller , Mark Cooksey Phil Joseph, Matt Springfeldt, Mike Wiesner „ Bit l Wolf, Larry Kirn, Kenneth Windholz, Doyle Miller, Cathy Weidman, Dave Williams, Stan Bock, Kendal! Stull , Mark Robinson, Dave Outright, Rick Clock, Chip Hardy, John Westmacott (bottom) Jazz Ensemble Sheridan Coliseum was the sight of the Jazz Ensemble’s second annual " Home Town Cookin’’ show February 29th. In a night club setting Jazz Ensemble and members of the rock ensemble, The Beast, performed numbers written by the giants of big band jazz and several rock tunes. Both ensembles premiered " Nica’s Dream, " an original number. Chosen as one of eight bands to com- pete in the Central State College Jazz Fes- tival, the Jazz Ensemble traveled to K-State in April. This was one of eight regional contests sponsored by the John F, Ken- nedy Center tor the Performing Arts. By special invitation the Jazz Ensemble performed at the Kansas State Music Edu- cators Convention in Wichita. A two-day tour south and west of Hays provided area high schools the chance to hear rock and jazz performed expertly by the ensemble. J azz ensemble also participated in the Var- sity Band Show. 1 65 r» .127 ■■r Woodwind, Clarinet, Recorder Ensembles Due to a number ot problems including financial difficulties the Clarinet Choir and Woodwind Ensemble were unable to par- ticipate in tours of Kansas as they have in the past. In the annual spring concert the Woodwind Ensemble, directed by Robert Brown, featured compositions from 1600 to the present played by trios and quartets. Sickness prevented the Clarinet Choir un- der Harold Palmer from touring and pres- enting concerts as planned. Recorder Ensemble is directed by Phyllis Schleich. Membership based on ability is a prerequisite for these Madrigal Dinner per- formers. JP V. B.Si ' i J-T| mw ( Am wMM f 1 V 1 w iT«w | rx » WOODWIND ENSEMBLE — Front Row: Paula Huser , Kenneth Vine, Judy Dugan. Back Row: Robert Brown , director ; Carol Whisman, Linda Carver, Margaret Wherry, Beverly Trumpp, Sharon Wallis (upper center ). CLARINET CHOIR — Front Row: Nancy Wurm, Linda Goudy, Margaret Wherry, Monisa King , Marjorie Bock. Back Row: Weston Hardy, Cheryl Bolt , Al Comeau, Carol Whisman, Doug Palmer (lower left), RECORDER ENSEMBLE: Michael Holl , Alana McClure , Kathy Weigel, Gleneva Higley, Barbara Parker, Charlotte Shaffer r Pamela Slipke, Barbara Boyd James McGinnes, Phyllis Schleich (lower center ). 166 String Quartet String Orchestra The String Orchestra and String Quartet, featuring selected members of the Orches- tra, shared the stage with other musical groups in presenting both the Christmas and April concerts. These ensembles, di- rected by Edwin Moyers, performed in Scott City tor the State Federation of Music Clubs and in Russell for high school band and orchestra members, STRING QUARTET: Becky Kraus r Linda Storm r Shir- ley Bredfeidt, Debbie Tomlinson (upper left). STRING ORCHESTRA: Linda Storm r Jeff Johnson , Shirley Bredfeidt, Ruth Harbin , Becky Kraus , Sandy Duvall, Rick Hahn, Debbie Tomlinson (lower left). 167 SYMPHONIC BAND ' Leona Schwarz , Mary Beth N orris, Susan Zwickte , Beverly Trumpp, Keith Donley, Kathryn Johnson, Jan Roberts, Paula Cole , Kathleen Bansemer, Kathryn Lederer, Colleen Gillen, Linda Carver ; Deborah Scherling, Linda Goudy , Allen Diltey, Sheryl Allison , Margaret Wherry, Nancy Worm, Patricia Sellers , Douglas Miller , Weston Hardy , Doug as Pa mer r Monrsa K ng, Mar orie Bock, Carol Whit- man, Alphonse Comeau , Linda Williams, Rise Doud , Mary Adams , Suzanne Briand, Bona Sue Herr- mann, Diane Minks , Susan Goutdie, Larry Maze , Luann Alexa, Carol Allen, Julia Deines, Elaine Ellis, Warren Lewallen , Vickie Lodovici, Melody Meckel, Cheryl Bolt r Kenneth Vine, Pam Slipke, JoAnn Taylor, Sharon Cudney Willis, Sharon Rose, Delores Bryant, Janie Schulte, Linda Voran, Mark Cooksey , Robert Ward, Quilma Bliss r Laura Ann North, Stephen Hood, Vincent Landau, Judy Dugan, Bonnie Beisner, Paula Huser, Vickie Dugan, Melinda Unruh, Lori Ektand Rebecca Goddard, Sandra Rohr, Matthew Springfeldt, Dorothy Fagg, Conrad Miller , Kathy Weidman, Michael Wiesner, Doyle Miller, Dell Naylor, Lee Mann, Carol Parks, Don Outright, Stepheh Vincent, Stephen Belt, Rex Lienberger , Carl Urbanek, Mark DeWald, Cheryl Allen, Robert Schwindt, Michael Morris, Dennis Andersen, Max Barta, Stanley Bock, William Wolf, Kenneth Scott, Kendall Stull, William Robinson, Steve Bankston, Robert Schraeder, Richard Wright, Jill Bush, David Outright, Charles Ames, Stewart Denton, Ron McWilliams, Mark Davis, Allen Mickey, Philip Ragan, Thomas Railsback, Doug Talbott , John Westmacott, Robert Proffitt, Brenda Rigor, Ron Bailey, Thomas Funk, Richard Schmidtberger, Mary Doherty, Elizabeth Kirby (above). CIVIC SYMPHONY: Edwin Moyers, Bonnie Hemken, Linda Storm, Shirley Bredfefdt, Brian Etter, Joseph Hulse , Martin Shapiro, Edwin Shindler, Sue Dolezat, Connie Wilson, Jeff Johnson, George Wherry, Ruth Pruitt, Bonnie Storm, John Bartholomew, Ruth Harbin, Rebecca Kraus, Doris Swearengin, Carol Bay- singer, Dean Angeles, Rick Hahn, Gail Geisel, Pamela Johnson, Deborah Tomlinson, Robert Nicholas, Donna Gassner, Gregory Randei, Mary Beth Norris , Beverly Trumpp, Linda Carver, Deborah Scherling , Allen Diltey, Nancy Worm, Kenneth Vine, Robert Brown, Leland Bartholomew, Mary Bartholomew, Bon- nie Beisner, Paula Huser, James Olcott, Kathy Weidman, Carol Parks, Stanley Bock , Charles Ames, David Outright, Ronald McWilliams, Brenda Rigor, Ronald Bailey, Bob Proffitt (right). 168 Symphonic Band, Civic Symphony Symphonic Band members gave a notable performance at an Invitational appear- ance before the Kansas Music Educators State Convention in Wichita. Donn Gra- ham, FHS instructor in voice, soloed and the band, directed by Lyle Diiley, per- formed in conjunction with Dr, Eugene Rousseau, chairman of the Indiana Univer- sity woodwind department. Selection for performance at this convention was based on prior judging of taped entries. The FHS band was chosen over entries from Kansas University, Kansas State and Wichita State, Other performances during the year included a mid-winter concert in February and the annual Varsity Band Show in November. Fort Hays Symphonic Band ended their season with an April 16th concert at which nine senior members and an alumnus were recognized. William Bolton, di- rector of music at Kensington, received the Symphonic Band Alumni Achievement Award. Civic Symphony, also directed by Lyle Diliey, presented their finale April 25th. This concert combined the talents of faculty and students in instrumental and vocal music. Assistant professor of music, Dr. Richard Collins was featured as piano solo- ist at this event. A December concert with the Brass Choir was the final major musical presenta- tion of 1971. Donn Graham and Alison Atkins provided the vocal entertainment for a duet from Act II, scene 1 of La Traviata as it was performed by the Civic Sym- phony. 169 Marching Band, Flag Corps Twi rlers from Southeast Kansas were given the opportunity to compete in one of the first twirling contests of its kind in this area. As sponsors of the event, the Fort Hays Marching Band and Lyle Dilley acted as hosts. Thirty-five hundred high school musicians and twirlers attended the annual Band Day. Performing their maneuvers as the half time show at home football games, during Parents Day, and in the Homecoming parade; the Marching Tigers were active throughout the fall semester, The Flag Corps, under the direction of Joe Yeager, was a new addition to the half time football game activities. Members of this unit were selected atter audition- ing. Their performances utilized precision movement and display of the American flag and school banners. MARCHING BAND MEMBERS; Stephen Beil, Dennis Schamber , Conrad Milter, Suzanne Briand, Pam Stipke r Mike Miller , JoAnn Taylor , Michael Morris , Gene Dirks r Margaret Wherry, Glen Dirks , Jay Bowen, Cheryl Bolt, Mary Doherty, Bonnie Beisner ; Colleen Gillen, Dannies Andersen , William Wolf, Weston Hardy , Hon McWilliams ; Lee Mann, Charles Willis, Beverly Trumpp, Elizabeth Kirby, Paula Huser, Quilma Bliss, Kathy Johnson , Kenneth Scott, Patricia Sellers, Mark Davis, Warren Lews lien, Cathy Weidman, Paula Cole, Vincent Landau, Karen DeMoss, Stan Bock, Darrel Boweit, Robert Schraeder, Carol Whis- man , Mark Massaglia, Mary Adams , Rise Doud ' , Kenneth Vine, Douglas Palmer, Doyle Milter, Rhonda Nuckolls, Stewart Denton, Charles Ames, Boyd King, Allan Mickey, Mary Beth Norris, Michael Wiesner, Katherine Lederer, Tom Funk, Linda Carver, Mark Cooksey, Don Outright, Steve Bankston, Alphonse Comeau, Greg Hudon, Dave Outright, Dorothy Fagg, Keith Donley, Ron Bailey, Elaine Ellis, Stephen Hood, Vicki O ' Toole, Kendall Stufi, Nancy Wurm, Stephen Vincent, Carol Parks, Doug Miller, Etona Sue Herrmann, John Westmacott, Kay Kvasnicka, Deborah Scheming, Kenneth Jackson , Linda Towniey, Linda Gaudy, Mark Dewald, Dell Naylor, Sandra Rohr, Diane Minks, Robert Proffitt, Vickie Lodovici, Delores Bryant, Robert Schwindt, Marjorie Bock, Allen Dilley, Joseph Philip, Rex Lelnberger, Max Barta, Matt Sprlngfeldt. 170 Tiger Debs Performing as a precision dance unit, the Tiger Debs, under the leadership of Leta Deines, presented shows at various athletic events. Girls participating in the 40-member team were selected from ap- proximately two hundred applicants. Pre- cise and colorful performances earned them an outstanding reputation. FLAG CORPS — Front Row: Mary Jo Redel, Susan Tobias r Tina Andrist , Debora Prusa, Tongay Budko, Second Row: Sandra Haase, Pam Boos, Dianna Stephen, Melanie Martin, Sandra Hammond , Christie Temple. Back Row: Joe Yeager ; Luann Atexa ; Cindy White , Pat Stansfietd, Celia Rinehart, Deborah Totten (top), TIGER DEBS — Front Row: Shieta Hull, Karla Johnson, Linda Wheeler, Deana Elston , mascot; Leta Deines, Marlene McGuire, Charlotte Arnhold, Second Row: Diane Grice, Linda McCandless, Jolene Ken- yon, Terry Coop, Debbie Hillman, Sandy Engel, Charlene Brubaker, Marsha Thompson, Pam Parsons, Robyn Tomasu, Belinda Gifford Third Row: Darcy Lahey r Mary Jo Feaster, Alda Preston, Janey Willis, Terri Young, Debby Doak, Elaine Hazlett, Deb Andrist, Connie Hardin, Sue Spangler, Jeannie Biel. Back Row: JoEllen Holzwarth, Janell Locke , Pat Pahts, Rita Gerber , Linda Poore, Sharon Rose, Deborah Ben- nett, De Stearns, Diane Roth, Kathy Humburg, Glenda Wood, Sharon Moore (above). 171 Fort Hays Singers, Concert Choir Fourteen Fort Hays students under the direction of Dr. Donald Stout sang their way into the hearts of many American Gl’s and foreign people when they participated in a USO tour of South Sea military bases. Chosen last year as one of fourteen groups asked to go on the tour, the Sing- ers spent the fall semester preparing their show and made their public performances a preview of their planned USO show. On December 7, 1971 the Singers departed for eight weeks of traveling, touring, sing- ing and vacationing. Another group directed by Dr. Stout is the fifty-six member Concert Choir. A two- day singing tour of eastern Kansas and concerts both semesters kept the Choir active. The highlight performance of the Choir was the oratorio Saint Paul by Felix Mendelssohn. FORT HAYS SINGERS — Front Row: Richard Zeis H Anna Trent, Miriam Ayres, Larry Gerber. Second Row: Lyndfe Courtney , June Milter, Jitl Deines, Max Galloway, Brad Ayres , Marilyn Helm , Janice Lynn Chase , Larry Krehbiel. Back Row: Susan Luhman, Dennis Powell (top). CONCERT CHOIR: Miriam Ayres, Jan Deines, Cyndy Gill, Jane Schulte ; Gail Bankston, Karen Hester, Sue Luhman, Donna Morris, Jerry Schwein, Anna Trent, Jilt Deines, Ava Joss, June Miller, Mary Lee Wilgers, Barbara Wright, Debra Buehler, Lynne Chase, Marilyn Helm, Gieneva Higtey , Arlene McFali, Darlene Weers f Larry Gerber, Conrad Miller, Stephen Milter, Max Galloway, William Korinek, Terry Mar- tin, Daniel McKinney , Terry White, Brad Ayres, Mark DeWatd, Dale Hoosier, Jack Kasl, Larry Kirn, Steve McConnell, Michael Miller, Philip Shuman, Rich Zeis, Charles Ames, Patrick Balthazor, Lyndle Courtney, Michael Gatterman, Warren LeWailen, William Robinson, James Shirley (bottom). 1 72 V _ 11 M ' J® | f rjvfll mmif i|Ai [ ' ll ' JR ' W ' ' KLqJf A t JlJ,, ju mmk fSJ[ r if i ■ r I w H .. i R j . Women’s Glee, Collegian Chorale Women’s Glee and Collegian Chorale combined forces in presenting their annual Christmas and Spring concerts. Under the direction of Donn Graham, Women’s Glee is open to all girls wishing to participate. The 60 members of Collegian Chorale, un- der the direction of Patrick Goeser, are chosen through auditions each semester. Both groups earn an hour credit by partici- pating. Highlighting the Spring Concert were popular songs sung by the Women’s Glee. The Creation , a rock cantata by David Bo- browitz and Steven Porter, concluded the year ' s endeavor by the Collegian Chorale, WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB: Kim Trout, Kathy Dickman, Amy Hung , Lois Broeckeiman, Audrey Baalmann, Eloise Johnson , Rhonda Heinze, Karen Giesaking , Johanna Johnson, Jane Stansfieid, Marsha Rader , Marsha Corder, Jodi Rinehart, Kris Rmy t Peg Leis, Vicki Kugier , Kathleen Tresner, Christina Erichsen, Vivian Hill , Roseila Jean Mason , Dana NichoL Becky Anderson, Stephani Pennington, Kathryn Rogers ; Cheryl Casey, Lynn Biair , Regena Ellis, Jerry Mapes, Susan Tobias, Marcia Janke , Rita Julian, Mary Lynne Dunn , Debbie Libat, Jeanette Gustafson, Melinda Nash, Martys McFarland, Pat Dor sc h, Kerry Ahrens, Pat Siansfietd Neva Sedorcek, Kathy Bahner, Karen Tipper , Ella Dilfs, Cheryl Bauman, Holly Quint, Adena Henry, Susy Ayres, Pat Hate, Debbie Lampe, Pauline Haskett, June Willey, Vicky Ray, Shtrf Wrenn , Denise McClaren, Judy Drafting, Georgia Perkins (top). COLLEGIAN CHORALE: Melanie Albright, Christine Artman, Michael Ashcraft, Daniel Baalman, Steve Bankston, Mary Bit linger, Quitma Bliss p Carmen Bohien, Margaret Brown, Val Burgess, David Carroll, Marilyn Chappee, Stevan Cooper, Rhonda Foley, Richard Foley, Colleen Gillen, Sherry Hamzey, Craig Haneke, Tamra Harmon, Coda Harrison, Susan Heinze, Katheryn Nachman, Steven Hochman, James Hoover, Priscijia Hoover, Shirley Hubaiek, Debra Joslin, Margaret Karlin, Linda Kirn, Robert Kraus, Sheri Krenzel Susan Ladenburger, Phyltis Laspisa t Richard Leiker, Cheryl Lincoln, Sonja Lindberg, Kerry Mapes, John Mar, Kenneth Martin , Renee Moore, Rebecca Niles, Shelley Nondorf, Marilyn Pishny, Dale Rein, Cathy Reiiham, Sherry Riegel, Debra Rowland , Deborah Scherting, Robert Schraeder, Kathleen Stecklein, Anita Sundet, Christie Temple, Verlaine Thalheim, Betty Twite belt, James Tyler, Carl Urbanek, Steven Waiters, Katie Witwer , Kent Schaben, Tony Chambiess (bottom). 173 Alpha Kappa Psi With objectives enveloping the area of business administration, Alpha Kappa Psi sponsored activities associated with the world of business. Before the onset of the fall semester AKP members attended the national convention in Las Vegas, Field trips to various industries in and outside the state were planned and an accounting lab was held both semesters, The AKP members were directly involved in presenting the William E, Lusk scholar- ship to the person chosen out of those busi- ness majors applying for the scholarship. The Lusk scholarship came from investment earnings made by the AKP Investor’s Club. Departmental Organizations ALPHA KAPPA PSI PLEDGES — Front Row: Steve Woydziak, Bob Griffith , Tom Pyke, Melvin Rupp. Sec- ond Row: Jerome Lang, Richard Kendall, Wayne Fager. Third Row: Paul Wildgen, Tad Harrison Don Curt , Neil Oqburn Jim Graf. Fourth Row: Kirk Sleichter, Dave Unruh, Allen Kreutzer t John Scheen Fifth Row: Kerry Augustine Dennis Brown , Jim Tyler. Sixth Row: Bob Barbee t David Parks , John Marcy, Greg Hamill, Douglas Siemers. Back Row: Mark Taddiken, Jon Brown, Daryl Slavik, Gary Lee, Jim Fair t Verltn Stefkes (“above} ALPHA KAPPA PS! — Front Row: Robert Wolf r Brett Briggs, Gaylord Johnson, Dana Katzenmeler, Way- burn Kissick. Second Row: Steve Wiens, Galen McFarland, Bob Bortz, Denis Miller, Steve Archer Don Schmidt Third Row j Larry Sloan, Lynn Courtney t John Mapes, Doug Weathers. Fourth Row: Bob Jasper, Bruce Walker, Mike Eck, Kevin Adams Fifth Row: Bill Wetzel, president; Larry Blackwood, GaryKaster, Don Weis. Back Row: Don Finger, William Dooley, adviser (below). 1 74 HISTORY CLUB — Front Row: Fred Cook, Tim Zwink ; Ella Rayburn , L nda Grout, Jerry Ramsey, Carrot Gunderson, Second Row: Alan Riedel, George Elmore, Mark Berry . pres denf; H. J. Scftme er, ad ser; Loen e Seadfes, Dawd Blattner, E. A. Henry (above). STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN — Front Row: Shetli Secrest, Rose Charvat, Robin Be den, Bonnie Rahimian, Charlotte Qliphant , Carolyn Lee Second Row: Libby Dodson, Eloise Johnson, Lee Ann Harding, Cassandra Gaither, Barbara Simmons t Donna Eckhardt, Deb Lohoefener, Jeanette O Reagan, Theda Rose , Carmella Thyfautt, Hester Clark; sponsor. Third Row: Janet Bales, Anita Lorenz, president; LaNelte Amsberry, Jan Vanlandingham, Melissa Juneau . Fourth Row: Leonard Amerin, Dale Sekaves, John Stoskopf, Ted Juneau, Tom Hutchinson (below). History Club In hopes of making history come to lite, members of the History Club included films, speakers and trips on this year ' s agenda. Early in the year, Dr. Forsythe lectured on the topic of oral history, and viewing of the film, " Birth of a Nation " was slated for Feb- ruary, A trip to Texas was scheduled in order to see the pageant " They came from Spain " and members hoped to visit the Truman Li- brary in Kansas City late in the semester. SCEC Preparing teachers for, and promoting the work behind special education, the Stu- dent Council for Exceptional Children sought methods through which the excep- tional child could be aided. The programs for the year included a talk given by two blind students attending the college and a demonstration and idea exchange con- cerning the areas of special education. These ideas were later made available in printed form, for members to use when teaching demanded an exceptional involve- ment. 175 Industrial Arts Eighty-three strong, the Industrial Arts Club promoted and hosted the 13th annual Western Kansas Industrial Arts Fair. Repre- sentatives ot 60 high schools and junior highs from 57 western Kansas counties competed in the fair which featured over 1 ,000 projects. Members of the club spent the previous semester making trophies and getting out entry forms for the event. With the purpose of honoring their top ten students each semester, the Industrial Arts Club holds two top-ten hamburger feeds. All members are invited to help honor the chosen ten, A fall over-night trip to Wilson Lake and programs pertaining to industrial arts made an active year. Home Ec Club Making toys and presenting them to the Campus Day Care Center was the service project initiated and carried out by the Fort Hays Home Economics Chapter. The girls also sponsored a spaghetti supper for members and guests and held their annual spring picnic. Speakers presented a variety of topics at the regular club meetings. Fabrics Unique } Kuhn ' s Jewelry and interior designer, George Steele, provided the homemakers with information vital to their profession. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB — Front Row: Vernon Foster ; Duane Adams , Vincent Puyear, Dennis Fredrickson, Ron Major, George McNinch. Second Row: James Hoover , Ryan Cook t Victor Bergin, Jim Belt, Art Foster, Bob Hoch, president; Ron Austerman r Bernie Fetter I, Ken Romeiser. Back Row: Tom Davidson , Jerry Ross , Art Cole, Robert Riedel, Dennis Oeike, Gait Hinshaw, Randy Leitner, Chuck As- bury (top). HOME ECONOMICS CLUB — Front Row: Brenda Dinkei Belinda Gifford s Vicky Ray, Linda Kite t Diane Edgett. Second Row: Nancy Cockrum , Mildred Williams ; Carol Siefkes, Kathy Thacker ■ Judy Maresch. Third Row: Jeanette Gustafson , Frances Casey t Kathy Johnson . Janice Wiens , Susan Ladenburger . Fourth Row: Connie Montgomery , Amber Graven president; Audrey Baalmann , Kerry Lee Tripp , Valor Hotzwarth, Back Row: Alvera Davison , Lola Simpson, Barbara Bieber, Karen Tomlin (bottom). 176 Phi Beta Lambda Retaining only four members from the previous year, Phi Beta Lambda, business organization, focused on recruiting new members. A membership picnic and foot- ball game began the year which included workdays, selling Tiger car tags and candy, field trips to nearby businesses and hosting guest lecturers. They also built a Homecoming float. Members attended a convention in Kansas City and one in Emporia where the local chapter received several awards. The Fort Hays Phi Beta Lambda chapter retained its strong position in the state hierarchy by electing their own member, Sheryl Krier, as the State Recording Secretary for Phi Beta Lambda, Joel White, local president, had also been serving as the State President. Sociology Club Population control, social work and drug abuse headed topics presented at regular meetings of Sociology Club. Members were reminded ot constant revisions in our society when University of Missouri speaker Ralph Dakin lectured on ‘ ' Changes in Sociology ' Eugene Fried ' mann, from the Kansas State Sociology Department, lectured on the “Role of the Family in Industrial Society. " Twelve members of Sociology Club at- tended the Midwest Sociological Society Convention in Kansas City. A final spring fling was a club social. PHI BETA LAMBDA — Front Row: Cindy Tharp , Sue Woydziak ; Alice Gray Corrine Bryan r Cheryl Scha- ben . Back Row: Tad Harrison r Sharon Vtasak ; sponsor; Judy Worth, Coda Harrison, Nancy Brannan t Joel White, president; Paul Wildgen, Dave Adams (top). SOCIOLOGY CLUB — Front Row: Ronald Fundis, William Abruzzi, Sheila Miller, Warren Goth Second Row: Dixie Heinrich, Rita English, W. Neveit Razak, sponsor; Rose Am hold, Lynne Dresser. Back Row: Charles Sexson, president; Kathy Hamburg, Gerald Robinson, R. J. Lorimor, Wayne Miller, Terri Sculley ( bottom X 177 Nursing Club Compiling a medical careers packet for student use was an innovation made by the nursing majors who comprise Nursing Club. This packet is a listing of medical ca- reers that can be pursued at Fort Hays and was made available in the office of the nursing division. Selling stationery, napkins and T-shirts provided the means by which members aided the local cancer fund. A donation was also made to the Miss Stroup scholar- ship fund which honors the former head of the nursing department. Members also par- ticipated in the bloodmobile both semes- ters. NURSES CLUB — Front Row: Corrine Sheil, Becky Nolle, Charlene Mateyec, Betsy Mai f eld, Nancy Bird , Kathryn Ideker. Second Row: Maida Hodgins, Myrna Sue West Mary Jane Whitehair, Marilyn Ann Stang ; Vickie Lodovice, Janet Anderson, Margaret Vogel, Nancy Simons, Diane Minks ■. Back Row: Sondra George , Patriots Sofko, Jean Ann Portschy, Nyia Up- ped Emily Horning , Debra Hall , Susan DeWees, Tima Roemer, Lori Conaway ; Rita Julian, Sharon Hoover, Charlyn Rupke, Mary Olson (top). NURSES CLUB — Front Row: Darlene Debes, Kathy Hopkins, Cindy Conrad ' , Vivian Boethin. Second Row: Marcia Hiller ; Carol Dietz, Honda Wolf, Cheryl Muck, Julia Ledefi. Third Row: Barbara Milker, Marie Klaus, Paula Schulte t Dayna Yeazel Janet Witliby Fourth Row: Susan Dahl , Kay Kniley, Sheila Bailey, Susan Boos. Fifth Row: Diane Pfannenstiel, Eva Crandall, Martha Millstead, Teresa Thayer, Pat Herr- mann, president. Back Row: Jody Wiggins, Kathy Peacock, Judy Bremer (above). 178 Chemistry Club A trip to Kansas City to tour the ChemAgro Corporation was one ot the main activities sponsored by the Chemistry Club. Members of the club also engaged in raising money for a scholarship awarded to the outstand- ing junior chemistry major. Local speakers and films were fea- tured at the meetings. The club ended the year with a banquet hon- oring outstanding freshmen and sen- ior chemistry majors. Society of Physics Students Traveling to high schools and junior col- leges to demonstrate physics principles behind lasers and polygrams was a pet project of the Society of Physics Students. Members sponsored a science fair for high school students. This function was coordi- nated with an open house of the science facilities in Albertson Hall. The dub published a newsletter and helped in the updating and production of the physics department’s bulletin. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS — Seated: Me- linda Kite , Standing: James Herren , John Leonhart, Stanley Robert son, Kent Wendfer , Ron Reimer, Don Galtiardt, Don Finkeldei, Rodney Burgett, Denton Mans, Gary Dickman, Monte Kopke, president (left). CHEMISTRY CLUB — Front Row: Jay Schtjkman t president, Leland Weigel , James Green , Mike Art man, Jim Beckett, Caro I Wente, Peg Krause. Second Row: R, C. Richards , sponsor; Twyiia McSpadden , Steve Atwood , Kenneth Kohi t Richard Grabbe, Stan Davis ; Maxtne Rogers. Back Row: Neville Writer, David Briggs t Marvin Secavec , Steve Bear, Mike Schmidt , Roger Stephens , Lloyd Wittman (below). 1 79 SCSA Geology Club STUDENT CHAPTER OF SOIL CONSERVATION — Front Row: Thaine Clark ■ sponsor; Ralph Larson. Second Row: Tom Stejskai Leonard Robbins, Rod Applegate, Dennis Pahls, Gary Fastens, Marfa Binga- man. Back Row: Rick Schiepp, David Bray , Dan Soeken, president; Richard Frahm, Jim Griffith, Ver- non Doenan t Ron Pfenninger, Kevin Murphy, Jim Kettner, Ron Albers (right), GEOLOGY CLUB — Front Row: Myri Walker , Clifton K, Ottaway, Dennis D, Hate , Ward Mancie, Mike Rei- ned William Strata, Steve Bonner, Alan DeGood, David Applegate. Second Row: Jerry Nonas , Marsha Ehiy, Vicki Nier meter, Dan Zehr, George Warzeniak, Charles Barrows ; president. Back Row: Terry Mc- Mullen i p L. P. Caprez, Rick Schlepp, David Olson i, Craig Johnson r Samuel Await , Francis Tatro, Richard J. Zakezewski, co-sponsor; Earl Budke r co-sponsor. Not Pictured: Dr. Mike Neison (bottom). Stressing the awareness of conserva- tion needs and practices is the object of the Fort Hays Student Chapter of the Soil Conservation Society of America. The college students hosted conserva- tion lecturers and participated in a Col- lege Farm work day with the Rodeo Club. Members also held a joint meeting with the local Fort Hays Soil Conserva- tion Chapter which encompasses five counties. With the goal of promoting interest and achievement in the field of geology, the Sternberg Geology Club holds regu- lar meetings featuring guest speakers from the Hays area. Lunar geology, continental drift and mammal findings on Nicaragua were some of the lecture topics presented to the ciub this year. The annual club picnic May 6th ended the year for the members. 180 Poly Sci. Club Political Science Club was instrumen- tal in getting Manual Fierro to speak on campus. As Chairman of the Board of The Kansas Institute for Minority Em- powerment, Mr. Fierro spoke to mem- bers and outside visitors about the prob- lems facing minorities in Kansas. He also aired his campaign issues for the upcoming gubernatorial election. Faced directly with the lack of state funds, Political Science Club had to de- lay plans for an intersession course in state government and a visit to the state governing bodies, A symposium featur- ing several state legislators is in the blueprint stage for next year. Russian Club Russian Club gained entrance to the campus scene this year after being ap- proved and accepted by the Student Or- ganizations Committee. With the purpose of making the field of Russian and Slavic languages more attractive members pres- ented movies on traveling and recreation in the Soviet Union and participated in a study of Russian art. Traveling abroad is quite a job to pre- pare for, and as one of its civic projects Russian Club offers aid to travelers filling out necessary forms. A dinner in May featuring Slavic food was the highlight of the semester. RUSSIAN CLUB — Front Row: Neva Sedorcek, Kay Trainer , president Back Row: Dr. Roman Kuchar, sponsor; Morea Charvat, Charlie Duckworth, Jay Schukman, Jane Harknes $ r Robert Dange! (center). POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB — Front Row: Kathy Hamburg , Fred Thafheim . Back Row: Steve Watts f Leon Staab, David Jones , co-sponsor (bottom). Political Science Club president, Bill Elliott, listens attentively as Manual Fierro answers questions concerning his gubernatorial issues (top). 181 French, German, Spanish Clubs Featuring the excitement of a pinata and entertainment characteristic of France, Germany and Spain, the members of the respective foreign language clubs com- bined efforts in presenting an International Christmas Party. Traditional songs, poems and decorations from the three cultures enhanced the party. Throughout the year each of the lan- guage clubs presented programs, talks and films related to French, German and Spanish. Studies of the music and food preparation and cultural simulations ac- quainted members with the ways of life found in these countries. SPANISH CLUB — Front Row: Juan Jimenez, sponsor; Mrs . Juan Jimenez, Linda Rogers ; Fred Deyoe, Sandi Hammond Mary Alien, Mary Ann Warren. Back Row: Jennifer Grass, George Warzeniak r Dennis Zimmerman , Herbert Rogers , Dennis Dye, president; De Wayne Winter lin, Mrs. Benito Carbalfo, Benito Carbailo (bottom) r 182 GERMAN CLUB — Front Row: Russ Schmidt, Roger Kinderknecht, Mike Turner ; Jim Beckett Linus Pfan- nenstiel , Tom Pfannenstiei Second Row: Beverly Fa- bin, Jane Schulte, Sharon Dome, Ava Joss ■ Kahn Knight, Leona Pfeifer, sponsor; Georgene Robben, Charlie Achenbach, Third Row: Janene McVicar , Sue Lynch , Dawn Romanucci, Kathy Dickman, Carol Whisman , Theresa Heeke, Gary Robben, Bob Peters. Rack Row: Gwen Klier, president; Chris Doherty , Jerry Malone, Paul Gross, Rod Goodin, Michael Meade, Paul Graber. Mrs Paul Graber (top). FRENCH CLUB — Front Row: Rod Norton, sponsor; Maria Codinach, Mark Darr, Joiene Clausen, Mary Ann Warren. Back Row: Dennis Dye, Mary Lee Wit- gers, James Allen, Cynthia Hartman, Theresa Heeke, president; Kathy Rogers (bottom). 183 Men’s PE Club Men’s Physical Education Club sup- ported the Tiger football squad during Homecoming by entering a giant walking Tiger float in the parade and by decorating the football field. Active men in Physical Education Club participated in the intramural games and sponsored the Pass, Dribble and Shoot contest. Attending the state HPER conven- tion and sponsoring a watermelon feed were important events in their year. Men ' s P,E. Club ended the year with a banquet. In honor of the outstanding service and guidance Glen Lojka has given to Men s P.E. Club Daryl Obermuelter, president of the club, presents him with a plaque (center right). Debi Handwerk provided musical entertainment at the annual banquet (bottom center). Speaking at the Men ' s P E. Club banquet, Kevin Craig stressed noticing the little things in life (bottom center right). MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB — Front Row: Frank Gray , Galen Hewson , Richard Klaus, Greg Schaffer, Ron Walker, Lanny Mower, Craig Schneider, Clayton McDowell, Alan Zil linger, Denny Considine, Leo Roos. Back Row: Craig Thurman, Carle Kuhn, Daryl Ohermueller, president; Randy Kaufman, Don Rynerson, Duke Hrabe, Ray Hudson , David Schneider, Randy Towns, Roy Hargadlne, Glen Lojka, sponsor (top) 164 Women’s Intramurals Women’s Intramural games are open to all women on campus wishing to partici- pate. This year’s activities include tennis, table tennis, archery, volleyball, basketball, bowling, badminton and softball. This year’s intramural winners are: Table Tennis Singles — Vicki Jewell Table Tennis Doubles — Wilma Michaelis and Judy Dugan Tennis Singles — Donna Rapp Tennis Doubles — Patti Knowles and Deb Keegan Archery — Cindy Brass Badminton Singles — Kay Dunkel Badminton Doubles — Cheryl Engeliand and Barbara Boyd Volleyball — Independent team Basketball — McMindes Bowling — Delta Zeta Softball — Independent team 185 Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Softball Women ' s varsity teams made a big splash this season, earning berths in afl three state tournaments. The volleyball team began the year ' s sports challenges. The women ended their season with a per teat record of ten league wins and three non-league successes. They then journeyed to the state tourna- ment and placed third after suffering de- feats at the hands of Wichita State and Kansas University. Next on the sports roster was the worn- en ' s basketball team. In an exciting season the team took first in the league unde- feated. Their only non-league loss was to K.U. Defeated at state by Kansas State University the team took second. The women ' s softball team summed up the season. In two tournaments Fort Hays topped four opponents to net first in the league. Playoffs for the state championship are scheduled, weather permitting. Susan Bozeman distinguished herself as the Outstanding Woman Athlete. WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL TEAM — - Front Row: Paula Cronn, Linda Allen, Donna Rapp, Annette Suizman, Tamra Apple bee. Second Row: Marilda White, Vicki Thyfault , Judy Hlaus, Susan Blazer f Jenni- fer Dible , Helen Miles, coach Back Row: Tabetha Eichman, Bea Gotschall, Joyce Tucker, Mary Morrish, Susan Bozeman (top). WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Front Row: Pat Hoke r Vickie Dugan, Diane Sanders, Judy Dugan, Jeanette Beckman , Marlene Knoll, Margaret Blecha. Back Row: Paula Cronn, Marilyn Darnell, Bea Gotschall. Shirley Roberts, Laura Richmeier, Cynthia Hartman, Joyce Tucker, Susan Bozeman, Deanna Koelling (bottom). WOMEN ' S SOFTBALL TEAM — Front Row: Donna Rapp, Diane Sanders , Vickie Dugan t Kathy Clouston, Jeanette Beckman, Susan Stewart r Marlene Knoll Ka- thy Cameron r Annette Sulzman. Back Row: Mrs. Linda Maddy, assistant coach; Miss Helen Miles , coach; Kay Dunkel, Judy Dugan , Cheryl Engefland, Susan Bozeman r Cindy Bogart; Bea Gotschall, Cindy Bross, Judy Hlaus r Susan Blazer (below). 1 fl7 All-Campus Organizations Dames Club Dames Club provides a common meeting ground tor married women in college or whose husbands are in college. Coordinated activities such as scavenger hunts Halloween parties, caroling and box suppers otter husbands and wives a chance to have fun together. Members form interest groups within the club to work on projects involving handicrafts, candlemaking and sewing. Dames Club members actively participate in the community scene by sponsoring a civic project each semester. Giving a Christmas party for children attending the Kansas Crippled Children ' s Clinic at Hadley Hospital and aiding in the cancer fund drive were this year’s projects. DAMES CLUB — Front Row: Corfa Harrison, Kathy Cali, Kathy Moyer, Jilt Lively, Joyce Newell. Second Row: Eva Crandall, Nancy Barnaby, Jana Briitan, Dottle Hardin , Sylvia Edwards, Chris Krull Bonnie Rahi- mian, Joyce Burk, Cindy Ward, president; Glenda Smith, Janeli Mead. Back Row: Linda Lambert, Rita Ham- mond, Patricia Hayes Dee Stenzel, Mary Jo Vejvoda, Sylvia Krannawitter, Karla Whiteside, Joan Nech , Linda Terry, Connie Larson, Donna Scoby, Sonia Raney ; Beverly Coffey, Randolyn Salmans, Sue Wood- worth, Linda Sobba (top), DAMES CLUB INITIATES: Suzanne Brock, Sharon Wassenberg, Connie Todd, Linda Bessire , Joyce Burk (above). Gina Marie Dinke! and her mother pose for a picture after she was chosen as the winner of the Dames Club Cute Baby Contest (right). WRA Promoting physical fitness for the col- lege woman is the basic goal of Women ' s Recreation Association. WRA sponsors in- tramural baseball, basketball and volleyball games, badminton and bowling for any college girl interested in participating. Women’s Rec members also work with area high schools to increase interest in sports by hosting high school play days and sports days. Club activities included a ski trip and camp out, WRA members ended the year with an annual banquet at which they an- nounced intramural winners. WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION — Front Row: Judy Dugan, Sonja Horyna, Annette Suteman. Sec- ond Row Miss Orvene Johnson, sponsor; Deanna Koellirig, Nancy Soeken, Laura Richmeier , president: Karen Evert, Bea Gotschatl, Jennifer Dibte. Back Row: Pat Hoke, Marj Day, Toni Michel, Vickie Dugan, Vickie Thyfautt, Jeannie Beckman, Donna Rapp, Margaret Blecha (top). High school volleyball teams compete for the championship title in the WRA sponsored event (left). Intramural bowling is one of several sporting functions offered by WRA (above). 189 Rodeo Club Fifteen colleges and universities at- tended the Seventh Annual Fort Hays Ro- deo held in April. The three day event fea- tured bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling and Brahma bull rid- ing. The Fort Hays men ' s team took first place in the over-all competition and the women’s team netted second place. Rodeo Club participated in several meets throughout Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska. Members of the club took an active part in maintaining the rodeo grounds by repainting the arena area. RODEO CLUB — Front Row: Luanne Likes , Pamela Clifton, Chert Schulz, Carol Whisman, Debby Hall, Cathy Garten , Nancy Kraus, Marla Bingaman, Rose- mary Smith , Yvette Graves , Martha Rickard, Jill Trice, Dana McNamar, LuWana Dellenback , Vicky Rumford, Second Row: Johnny Rohrbough , Lyle Tucker r Larry Davisson, Doug Philip, sponsor; Jim Zottenko, presi- dent; Deone Hudson, Alan Likes , Tim Miser, Bronc Rumford r Kent Swartz t Doyle Talkington, Stan Schmidt, Bill Elliott ' , Dave Trowbridge, Terry Long, Richard Crouse , Dennis Alexander , Gary Bacon. Back Row: Bruce Papon, Joe Gotti, Weedy Mann, Ken Martin, Rodney Jackson, Tom Stejskaf, Vem Wenger, Terry Rose, Steve Fenster , David Yust, Bill Herman , Mike Nichols, Max Loyd, Bruce P ever lev ( below ). no Fort Hays Flying Tigers By offering flight instruction at the cheapest rates possible, the Flying Tigers 1 objective is to inform and promote participation of college students in the world of aviation. With two licensed planes, a regular ground school, and flight instruction school the Flying Tigers are fully equipped to teach students the tundamentals of flying. Skydiving instruction is also available. Regular monthly meetings are held by the club, at which they handle business, view films and hear speakers. This year the club heard guests speak on various areas of aviation and sponsored films put out by the Federal Aviation Association. TMlp i I W ■ j Jf - — T J J HL rT i V 1 1 mm m ■fcl 1 jPJL M f Jk J Wk J m n, B 1 P !B|Br J JW m L ¥ | A Soccer Club Fort Hays Soccer Club, for the first time in its history, experienced a winning sea- son, With games against Fort Riley, Kan- sas State Teachers College, Wichita, K- State, Salrna and Concordia the team ended the year with a season record of 6 wins, 5 losses and 2 ties. Soccer Club also participated in the Salina Invitational Tour- nament. Vernon Fall and Keith Faulkner spon- sored Soccer Club and Lucho Sarmiento served as president. Membership in this club is open to any male student wishing to participate. FORT HAYS FLYING TIGERS; Nelson Krueger , sponsor; Wayne Lamer , Lee Hays , Basil Julian, Max Evans , Steve Pechanec , Charles Rogers , Boyd King , Marly n Redetzke, Priscilla Jackson, Janet Combs (top) 191 Alpha Phi Omega As a service fraternity, members of Alpha Phi Omega found themselves called upon to aid various projects throughout the year. Service projects undertaken by the frater- nity were ushering at the Artists and Lec- tures series, aiding bloodmobile workers on campus, and helping with the distribution ot the 71 Reveilles. Members also helped sponsor the Beauty and the Beast contest designed to raise money for Endowment Association scholarships, and participated in the early planning stages of the annual Furlough. ALPHA PHI OMEGA — Front Row; Robert Siefkes, Basil Julian , Charles Osborne , Alvin Collins, Don Noble , Richard Frahm, Max Bearley, Gary Sampson . Duane Charles Sexson, Robert Kraus f Ron Feldt t president. Back Row: Jack Heather „ sponsor „ Ron Pf lug ho ft, sponsor (above). nMPnA pi FnnFR j Ron Schneider. Linus Pfannenstiel, Ray Hudson, Mark Doubrava, Donald Cutright (below). m Veterans’ Club Vets ' Club functions as a socially oriented group serving the purpose of informing vet- erans of the various benefits available to them. Members this year sponsored the first Cheddar Cheese Eating Contest of its kind in the United States in hopes of breaking the English-held world title of four minutes and 55 seconds for eating a pound of Cheddar cheese. Other project? of the Vets ' Club included serving on the Homecoming parade com- mittee as well as aiding ARC with Furlough activities. A campus coordinated cleanup campaign was slated for the future. Rod Applegate finished the term as presi- dent after the resignation ot James Knight. VETS ' CLUB — Front Row: Thaine Clark , Donald Simons , George Hesting r Artie Haymond Jr Second Row: Floyd Harris, Michael Preston , Robert Trumbull Franklin Rose. Third Row: John Pyke, Letand Trem- blay, Rod Applegate, Fred Irby. Fourth Row: Don Foster, Delbert Siemers , John Bergman , Ron Cibolski. Back Row: Rich Gaftiardt, Jim Knight, president; William Watters , David Briggs - t Mark Obert (above). COLLEGIATE YOUNG DEMOCRATS — Front Row: Cynthia Hartman, president; Donna Luetters. Back Row: David Jones, sponsor; Leon Staab, Joe Norveit , Mel Karst (below). Young Democrats With the 18-year-old vote as a primary issue this year, the Collegiate Young Demo- crats actively encouraged young citizens to register to vote. Concentrating on the 18- 21 -year age group, the members gathered information regarding registration proce- dure, and then passed it on to others on campus, Several of the Young Democrats attended the Countdown 72 program in Manhattan and the National Emergency Conference in Chicago. Both of these conferences were concerned with voter registration and the new voter. Members of the club were also involved with other groups in trying to get registration booths on campus. 193 Star Promenaders In order to bring the spirit of " How the West Was Won " to the students ot Fort Hays, the Star Promenaders Square Dance Club sponsored both a Homecoming Square Dance and a float in the parade. The Promenaders, along with the help of their talented callers, promoted an interest in square dancing outside of the classroom by sponsoring club dances twice a month. STAR PROMENADERS — Front Row: Marcie Applegate, Denise Cunningham f Beverly Fabin, Mary Kay Roh- leder r Georgia Perkins, Lou Ann Schremmer . Second Row: Diane Bronson r Marie Jarboe, Sandy Loeppke , Joan Bennett Debra Christy, Katheryn Riedf. Third Row: Larry Arensman, Vat Burgess, Ron Schneider, Ray Hudson, Mike Turner r Vernon Wenger ■ Royce Morton , Ralph Jarboe (top). 194 jTT SrdFM jjAMT f r I i j Collegiate 4-H Helping was the fifth M H " for this year ' s Collegiate 4-H Club. In an effort to aid local clubs, the Fort Hays group set up an Offi- cers Training school and judged during the County 4-H Days. Other activities included helping with the clean-up of the State 4-H Ranch, operating a concession stand at the Kansas State Fair, and sponsoring a Fitting and Showing contest. Chess Club After sharpening fundamental moves and strategies, members of the Chess Cfub set out to challenge new opponents. The five member squad participated in area-wide chess tournaments during the fall semester. The club also made a new move this year when they decided to sponsor a Homecom- ing queen. Check mate . . , COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB — Front Row: Joy Bethell, Verta Witthuhn, Susie Gouldie, Jadeen Zeigler, Gail Richardson, Myrna West Mary Adams , Carol Siefkes, Kathleen Aschwege. Second Row: Bill Jones , Shar- on Rose - t Nancy Bran nan, Tom Martin , Lyndel Adams, Marlys McFarland, Robert Slefkes, president ; Rober- ta Birkes , Avis Wallace , Mark DeWa!d r Kathy Bahner , Royce Morton Duane Sharp . sponsor (top). FORT HAYS CHESS CLUB: Gerald Mindrup, Douglas Kite t William Stanley , Melinda Kite , Steve Sparrow , president (bottom), T9 5 International Student Union Foreign and American students seeking a meeting place for promoting peace found it in the International Student Union This or- ganization was designed with the purpose of uniting students, especially In the area of understanding different cultures and back- grounds. The students met every two weeks to conduct business and attend programs. Club members had a Thanksgiving party, participated in the Homecoming parade dressed in native costume, sponsored the Fort Hays Soccer team, and staged an In- ternational Dinner. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT UNION — Front Row: Ralph Coder , sponsor; Jairo Arias, Jim Arias, Boonsong Sirirattna, Massoud Dabiri . Second Row: Mehdi Moharrtmadi, Mehdi Pirzadeh, Prem Chatprapa- chai, Larry Li, president, Back Row: Ying Yong Siri- chanya , Mario Sarmiento , Emel Henry, Luis Sarmiento, Virayuk Phuntupetch (right). INTERNATIONAL STUDENT UNION — Front Row: Marla Arguelles ( Siriboon Srisuvana , Puntip Vachan - asvasti ; Amy Hung, Jui Cheng Li. Second Row: Yoshihisa Okugawa, Wu-Shyong Huang, Siriporn Pojana- nond, Pongsak Sirirat , Third Row: Manco Mohseni, Marta Sarmiento, Vichai Pongparit , Saran Chatchaiyan, Koonthon Sihthaphom (above). 196 Student Education Association Hosting the state convention in March was the primary undertaking of the Fort Hays SEA. With the theme “Innovation or Stagnation,” the convention featured guest speaker Dr. Joseph Sarthory, director of the K-State education department. State election of officers took place at the convention, along with rap sessions and a ban- quet. Exhibits of relia kits from all over the state were available for viewing at this time. Other SEA activities included attending the regional conference in October, and the national regional conference. Issues covered in SEA meetings were those of teachers’ legal rights and the new 16-week teaching block being offered. QSO’ERS The QSO’ERS, ham radio operators in the Hays area, conducted meetings and pro- grams on the technical aspects of ham radio operation. Study groups were offered by the QSO ' ERS for anyone interested in amateur radio or being approved by the FCC as an operator. The club is associated with the American Radio Relay League, and some club members participated in emer- gency tests and traffic nets, STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: William Claftin ; sponsor; Libby Dodson , Jane Wittman, Cindy Wittman , Cindy Boxberger, Jeanie Osburn , Pam Hester ; president; Gil Nichols , sponsor (above). FORT HAYS QSO ' ERS — Front Row: Marc Campbell, sponsor; L A Stapp r Jim Herren , Brad Campbell, Eun- ice Griffith, Back Row: Floyd Phillips, Fr. Marvin Nedved, Robed Hiilman, Doyle Brooks t sponsor; Thomas Sekavec . president (left). 197 Spiritual guidance, for any denomination, is an ever-present opportunity on the campus and in the city of Hays. Church groups encourage active student participa- tion in group discussions, Sunday night suppers, interfaith get-togethers, and orienta- tion groups. These and many other functions comprise the available means by which students can incorporate religion into their academic life. The SOC-approved reli- gious organizations on campus are: Baptist Student Movement, Campus Crusade for Christ, Catholic Campus Center, Chi Alpha, Gamma Delta, Inter-Varsity Christian Fel- lowship, and United Christian Ministries in Higher Education. 198 Churches Father Finian Meis celebrates the daily mass held at the Catholic Campus Center (below left). Baptist Student Movement members hold meet- ings and have short programs after their Sunday night meal at the Baptist Student Center (below right). 199 The Individual Guiding 202 In appreciation of 25 years of service on the Fort Hays State faculty, the Alumni Association presented medallions to these persons at the annual faculty dinner. Seated: Dr. Joel Moss, chairman, department of art; Cade Suran, director of athletics; Marion Coulson, associate pro- fessor of English; Or. Verna Parish, chairman, department of English Standing: Wilmont Toal- son, chairman, department of mathematics; Dr. Archie Thomas, professor of business; Alex Francis, track and cross country coach; Dr, William Wilkins, professor of music; Dr, Harold Choguill, chairman, department of chemistry. 203 President John W. Gustad finds sheer fatigue the most difficult aspect of his position. His calendar is usually full at least one and a half months ahead. An evening at home with Mrs. Gustad is a rare occasion. Many of the duties performed by the fifth president of Fort Hays State fall under the heading of public relations. Among these responsibilities are representing the college in Topeka at meetings of the Board of Regents, .attending planning sessions with other area college administrators and speaking to local and area civic groups. ' ' Quality education is people , 11 says President Gustad. He encourages faculty mem- bers to strive to be individuals and believes the efforts of students and faculty have con- tributed to a better atmosphere this year on campus. President Gustad is an academician, widely known for a variety of works in scholarly publications as well as the author of a number of books. Attired in western garb appropriate to the theme, " How the West was Won, " President Gustad presides over Homecoming festivities at halftime (above left). Dr. John W. Gustad, fifth president of Fort Hays State, completes his third year in office, (above right) 204 President John W. Gustad 1 i M ■r ; Bt fP 7r Iff | i M ■■ v v ■KL 1 Addressing the student body is only one chan- nel of communication the president uses to re- late to the students (above left). President and Mrs. Gustad welcome the arrival of the fall term and the students at a seed-spittin 1 watermelon feed (above right). The Gustads join the McCart- neys in the opening ceremonies of the new McCartney Hall which houses the Social and Be- havioral Science Division (below). 205 Administration Dr„ John Garwood, dean of the faculty (top). Dr. Jimmy Rice, graduate dean, (lower left). Joel R. Dickinson, executive assistant to the president (lower right). 206 Walter E. Keating, vice-president of administration and finance (top left). Lois Lee Myerly, as- sistant to the president (top right). Earl Hobbs, assistant to dean of the faculty (lower left), James V. Keilerman, registrar and director of admissions (lower right). 107 111 t WI 111 NlPm ■ f ILAU® 1 1 Sally Ward, assistant to dean ot students (upper left). Dr. Bill Jellison, dean of students (upper right), Michael Stewart, associate dean of students (lower Jett). Ethel Artman, assistant to the director of student aids (lower right). 208 Carrol t Beardslee, director of student aids (upper left), James Nugent, director of hous- ing (upper right). Jean Stouffer associate dean of students (lower left.) Ralph Huffman, director of field services (lower right). 209 Kent Collier, executive secretary of Endow- ment Association (above left). Earl Bozeman, di- rector of planning and development {above right). Robert Lowen, director of information ser- vices (below right). 210 Lynn Rogers, 0. Z. Bizzell, Arnold Drake, di- rectors of the Memorial Union (top left). Daniel Durand, director of physical plant (upper left). Richard Osborne, director of placement (upper right). Ronald Pflughoft, executive secretary of Alumni Association (lower left). Dr. Raymond Youmans, director of instructional technology (lower right). Dr. Ralph Bula, college physician and the college nurses: Betty Roberts, Frances Cook and Ruth Joy (bottom left). 211 Division of Humanities The Humanities Division encompasses English, language, art, music, speech and drama and includes both undergraduate and graduate degrees in all fields. " Any division is artificial, " declares Dr. William Thompson, chairman of the Divi- sion of Humanities. " It may contain any of a dozen courses. " " There is a need for fewer specialists and more generalists, " he added. " So we are developing new programs and revising old ones. The newest is the communica- tions program, not yet in effect, but ‘on the planning board’. " This program would combine the fields of radio, speech, televi- sion and journalism into one major in com- munications. It would train an individual to be skilled in the many aspects of commu- nication, thus enabling him to communi- cate more effectively. The beauty in learning to create flowing form constitutes the more obvious aspects of the fine arts division (above right). Leona Pfeifer, asst, prof., surveys her German class from the control booth of the language lab (above far left). Dr. W. R. Thompson, chairman of the humanities division, ushered in the new school year with the addition of new communication courses to the division (above mid left). 212 Philosophy Dr, Samuel M. Hamilton, chairman of the phi- losophy department, has traveled extensively throughout northern Europe and completed a world tour in 1961 (left). Dr. Stephen Tramel lectures his logic ciasses which consist of stu- dents from all major fields of study (above right) Melodramas were the popular material during the summer session for these theatre students who are rehearsing a summer-stock show (center). 2)3 English, Journalism Researching that inevitable English term paper, this coed peruses the shelves of books for information (above left). Dr. Verna Parish, chair- man of the English department, raps up 1972, her final year as director of the Honors Program (below left). Dr. William Marquardt is still pedal- ing in high style since his return from a bicycle jaunt to Mexico during intersession (below right). 214 KATHERINE BOGART, assoc, prof. VIRGINIA BORNHOLDT, instructor DR. RALPH CODER, prof. MARION COULSON, assoc, prof. ELEANOR DAVIDSON, instructor NAOMI GARNER, asst. prof. PAUL GATSCHET, asst. prof. DR. ELIZABETH HODGES, asst, prof DAVID ISON, asst. prof. LORRAINE JACKSON, instructor GENE JACOBS, instructor ROBERT LOWEN, asst. prof. MICHAEL MARKS, asst. prof. DR. WILLIAM MARQUARDT, prof. ROBERT MAXWELL, instructor ALICE McFARLAND, asst. prof. KATHERINE ROGERS, asst. prof. MARJORIE SACKETT, instructor DR. SAMUEL SACKETT, prof DR. ROBERTA STOUT, prof. DR. NANCY VOGEL, asst. prof. DR. RICHARD WHITTINGTON, prof. GRACE WITT, instructor Dressed in traditional garb, these two women brought the savory odors of the Czechoslovakian kitchen to the folklore recipe course offered by the department during intersession (above left). Katherine Bogart, associate professor of English, explains the etymology, the history of a word, to one of her literature classes (below left). 215 Foreign Language Dr. Roman Kuchar listens intently to assess the speaking proficiency of his Russian students (above left). Dr. Paul Graber, chairman of the foreign language department, notes the depart- ment ' s enrollment decline since the general edu- cation change (above right). Donning a headset is only a preliminary step in acquiring a new lan- guage (below right). DR, BENITO CARBALLO, assoc, prof. MARIA CODINACH, instructor DR. JUAN JIMENEZ, instructor DR. ROMAN KUCHAR, assoc, prof. MICHAEL MEADE, instructor RODNEY NORTON, asst prof, LEONA PFEIFER, asst prof, DeWAYNE WINTERLIN, instructor 216 Speech Dr. James Costigan, chairman of the speech department, worked with radio-TV and journal- ism faculty to make an interdepartment accredit- ed communications major a reality (above right). " Black Comedy” (above) and " Marat Sade " (below) were two of the theatrical year ' s major productions. MARCIA BANNISTER, asst. prof. ELIZABETH EDMUND, asst. prof. DR. LLOYD FRERER, asst. prof. WILLIAM HANCOCK, instructor JACK HEATHER, assoc, prof. SIDNEY JOHNSON, assoc, prof. HARRIET KETCHUM, assoc, prof. CHRISTOPHER PAUL, instructor DAN ROTHWELL, instructor DR. CHARLES WILHELM, assoc, prof. 217 Art This student checks the results of a printing process called col log rap h (above right). The pol- ish completes the long process involved in mak- ing jewelry (below left). Dr. Joel G, Moss f chair- man of the art department, completes his 25th year as a member of the faculty (below right). 21 8 CRAIG CALNAN, instructor DALE FICKEN, asst. prof. EUGENE HARWICH asst. prof. JOANNE HARWICK, asst prof. ANN HEFTY, instructor JAMES HINKHOUSE, asst, prof KATHLEEN KUCHAR, asst. prof. JAMES McGINNESS, instructor DARRELL McGINNIS, assoc, prof. JOHN THORNS, prof, OLLI VALANNE, asst prof. HAROLD WAIDRUM, instructor Inking her printing plate, this graduate student prepares to print an etching (above). Darrell McGinnis, associate professor of art, displays his work in shows throughout the midwestem United States (below). 219 The responsibility of coordinating the diversi- fied activities of the music department falls on the shoulders of Dr. Leland Bartholomew, de- partment chairman (above right). Edwin Moyers rehearses the string orchestra in preparation for a spring recital (below right). 220 It takes a mighty puff of wind to get Ihis huge brass instrument to perform for its musician (left). Lyle Diliey vigorously directs the Sym- phonic Band during the annual concert in Fel- ten Start Theater (below). ALISON ATKINS, asst prof. ROBERT BROWN, asst. prof. DR, RICHARD COLLINS, asst prof. LYLE DILLEY, assoc, prof. BYRNELL FIGLER, asst. prof. PATRICK GOESER, assoc, prof, DONN GRAHAM, instructor JOHN HUBER, asst, prof. DR. LEWIS MILLER, assoc, prof. EDWIN MOYERS, assoc, prof. JAMES OLCOTT, instructor HAROLD PALMER, assoc, prof. PHYLLIS SCHLEICH, asst. prof. DR. MARTIN SHAPIRO, asst, prof, DR. DONALD STOUT, prof DR. WILLIAM WILKINS, prof. 221 Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dr, John Tomlinson, chairman of the division of social and behavioral sciences, was instru- mental in implementing the changes now apparent in his division (below right). Note taking and patient sitting through long lectures quickly becomes second nature to college students (bottom right). 1 ' Revision " seems to be the word in the social science division this year. The most obvious of all the changes is the move into newly remodeled McCartney Hall This new addition now houses business, history and sociology classes plus other social science courses. The hall is dedicated to Dr. E. Ray McCartney who joined the faculty as a member of the business and economics staff and served as Dean of the Faculty until his retirement in 1962. Along with the facility changes, the de- partments of the social science division have also undergone course revisions. The history department added a new course, the history of science, in the spring. This trend toward revision is also reflected in the curriculum of the sociology department which contains courses designed to give students a cursory view of the contrib- utions of major thinkers of the past, and to introduce them to the logic and methods of scientific investigation. 222 Economics Dr. Jack McCullick, chairman of the depart- ment of economics, heads a relatively new de- partment which came into existence only last spring (below left). Dreaded test days become realities all too soon as frustrated students search their minds for that crammed informa- tion (above left and below right). 223 Proficiency at the adding machine is a basic skill mastered by many business students (above left). Demonstrating the operating procedures of the transcription machines, this instructor pre- pares students for secretarial positions (above right). Dr Milburn Little, chairman of the depart- ment of business for the last nine years, heads one of the college’s larger departments (below left). Typing rapidly and with a minimum of mistakes is every secretarial student ' s goal (below right). 224 CHERRY CLOSE, instructor ROBERT CRISSMAN, asst. prof. WILLIAM DOOLEY, instructor KEITH FAULKNER, asst. prof. MARY LEA GINN, instructor DENNIS GUSEMAN, instructor JACK LOGAN, in structor DR. RICHARD McGRATH, instructor DALE PEIER, asst, pro) ERNEST PRICE, instructor MELVIN REICHUBER, instructor DR. ARCHIE THOMAS, prof. DOLL IE THOMAS, asst prof. VERA THOMAS, instructor SHARON VLASAK, asst prof. DR GEORGE WALL, prof. Mastering the intricacies of the calculator is a prerequisite for accounting majors (above left). Dr. Wall explains to a class of foreign students the seemingly complicated process of filling out U.S. income tax forms (above right). 225 Sociology At the year s end every student dreads the inevitable ordeal of final exams (above left). The addition of a statistics lab to the sociology de- partment afforded Dr, W. Nevelf Razak, depart- ment chairman, and other faculty members ready access to facts and figures (above right). Oral reports made by student research commit- tees provide a broader field of knowledge in the classroom (below). WILLIAM ABRUZZI, instructor ROSE ARNHOLD, instructor RONALD FUNDIS, asst. prof. Not pictured: TERRY BIXIER, instructor RONALD LORIMOR, instructor 226 DR, ROBERT ADAMS f asst. prof. DR. ROBERT MARKLEY, asst. prof. BERNIE MERMIS, asst, prof. JAMES RYABiK, asst prof ROBERT SLQNAKER, instructor DR, RONALD SMITH, asst, prof PHYLLIS TIFFANY, instructor These collegiate rodents become much more important than pets as they provide valuable research data for psych grad students (above left). The psychology department, under the su- pervision of Dr James P. James, attempts to train students to be able to function in applied settings immediately upon graduation (above right). Punching the correct food bar to get his reward is an everyday job for this Fort Hays rat (below). 227 Dr Donald Slechta, chairman of the political science department, notes the trend toward po- litical specialization as government and law be- come increasingly more complex (above left). This coed pauses for a break in the daily class- to-class rush (below). A well-developed tech- nique for taking notes is the key for academic success (above right). KENNETH CARTER, instructor RICHARD HEIt, asst. prof. DAVID JONES, asst. prof. 228 History An exposition of tarot cards becomes an im- portant point of discussion in the new supersti- tion, magic and witchcraft class (above). Dr. Leo E. Oliva, chairman of the history depart- ment, and his staff witnessed a revision of the history curriculum to include Black and Ameri- can Indian studies (below left). The move into the newly remodeled McCartney Hall was a welcome change for the history faculty (below right). DR JAMES FORSYTHE, prof. JOHN KLIER, asst, prof ANN LISTON, asst. prof. DR. ROBERT LUEHRS, assoc, prof. H. J. SC HM ELLER, asst. prof. DR. WILDA SMITH, prof. 229 Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Learning through personal experience in the field seems to be the trend this year in the natural sciences and mathematics division. Students are gaining more insight into their field by taking trips, doing more laboratory work and developing a good research technique. For example, the biology department offers trips to Mexico and through the Rockies for field study. Students and faculty on these trips contribute to the research collections as wefl as to their own learning and understanding of biological concepts. The geography area also offers field studies which cover several of the western states, and in addition, include a full week in Hawaii. The chemistry and math departments both continue to stress laboratory and institute work. In the natural sciences division students are learning through doing. The Fort Hays greenhouse provides both a lab for the botany students and a floral supply to beautify the campus year round (top right). Drs, Ffeharty and Ely inspect a preserved pen- guin prior to a zoology session (far right). Earth science holds the key to pre-historic facts in these ancient relics and fossils (above left). Dr. Gerald Tomanek, chairman of the natural sci- ences and mathematics division, checks out new lab equipment purchased for many of the division ' s laboratories (above right). One of the largest in western Kansas, the telescope in Al- bertson Hall scans the spring skies for a closer look at the heavens (lower). Dr. Howard Rey- nolds can often be seen with his botany classes on field trips studying the campus foliage (lower center). Dr. Neil Walker, chairman of the biolog- ical science and agriculture department, studied the island of New Zealand during the spring se- mester (below far right). 230 THAINE CLARK, assoc, prof. DR. CHARLES ELY, prof. DR. EUGENE FLEHARTY, prof RUFF GENTRY, asst. prof. DR. WALLACE HARRIS, assoc, prof DR. GARY HULETT, prof. DR. DAVID PIERSON, assoc, prof. DR. HOWARD REYNOLDS, prof. ELTON SCHRODER, assoc, prof. DR. G. DUANE SHARP, asst. prof. KENNETH SIMONS, prof. DR. CARL THOMPSON, asst. prof. GILBERT TURPIN, asst. prof. DR. THOMAS WENKE, assoc, prof. Not pictured: DR. JERRY CHOATE, asst. prof. JOHN WATSON, asst. prof. 231 Mathematics Calculating between bites, this hungry mathe- matician completes his assignment during lunch (above left). Orville Etter uses the board to dem- onstrate the involved process used to solve a calculus problem (above right). Wilmont Toal- son, chairman of the mathematics department, stresses the need for accomplished mathemati- cians in our computer-oriented society (below right). VIVIAN BAXTER, asst. prof. DR. ELTON BEOUGHER, asst prof. NANCY CURTIS, asst. prof. LAURENCE DRYDEN, assoc DR. ERVIN ELTZE, asst prof ORVILLE ETTER, assoc prof. PHILLIP JACOBS, asst. prof. MARVIN ROLFS, assoc, prof ELLEN VEED, assoc, prof. CHARLES VOTAW, asst. prof. 332 Chemistry DR. ROBERT DRESSLER, assoc, prof. DR. DELBERT MARSHALL, assoc, prof. DR. JAMES McMECHAN, assoc, prof. ROBERT RICHARDS, assoc, prof, MAX RUMPEL, prof. DR. EDMUND SHEARER, asst, prof. Laboratory facilities and equipment contribute to effective learning (above). Dr. Harold Gho- gui!l h chairman of the chemistry department, at- tributes the upsurge in young chemists to in- dustrial technology ' s need for qualified person- nel (below left). 233 Gaining insight into electrical circuitry com- poses only a small part of the broad field of physics (above left). Dr. Maurice Witten, chair- man of the physics department, becomes aware of his growing department as the need for new lab equipment increasingly appears (above right). With the aid of a lunar replica Doyle Brooks a dedicated astronomer, points out to a student that he is right at home with the moon walks (below). DOYLE BROOKS, prof. LOUIS CAPLAN, asst. prof. DR. ROGER PRUITT, asst. prof. DR, STANLEY ROBERTSON asst. prof. 234 Earth Science EARL BUDKE, asst, prof. MICHAEL NELSON, asst prof, DR. RICHARD ZAKRZEWSKI, asst, prof. Kent Collier of the Endowment Association points to an ancient German Bible given to the Sternberg Museum (above left), Myrl Walker in- dicates one of the best known specimens of its kind in the world, the famous fish within a fish (above right). As the museum ' s assets continue to increase, more display space must be pro- vided (below left) Myrl Walker, chairman of the earth science department, prepares many of the fossil and geological displays for the mu- seum (below right). 235 Lab technology is only one of the aspects of hospital work to which nursing students are exposed (above left). Research and pa- perwork precede on-the-job training, as Su- san Dahl can testify (above right). Dr. Lor- raine Machan, chairman of nurse education, completes her first year on the Fort Hays State faculty (below). 136 Division of Nurse Education One of the major innovations in the nursing program is the change to a lull bac- calaureate program and the awarding of the degree, Bachelor of Science in Nurs- ing, instead of the B.S. in general science degree formerly given. Awarded May 14, 1971 for the first time in Fort Hays’s history, the new degree carries national ac- creditation enabling nursing majors to enter graduate programs immediately. The general science degree did not meet qualifications for immediate entrance. Another change is the addition of the Community Health course for seniors. This is a field practice course in which the students visit homes and render nursing care under the direction of the patient ' s doctor. The College nursing program is keeping pace with the ever-broadening field of medicine and nursing care and attracting both men and women to the profession. A marked rise in the number of male nurses is apparent on campus, as it is all over the country (above). Initial practice with models prepares students for later work with hospital patients (left). 4£A L. ILEENE ALLEN, asst. prof. JOEVA BLAIR, instructor KATHLEEN GARWOOD, instructor SHIRLEY HARTWIG, instructor RUBY JOHNSON, asst. prof. JANE LITTLEJOHN, asst. prof. MARGARET REDETZKE, instructor 237 Division of Education Keeping pace with the expanding field of education, the education division is experi- encing many changes. More pre-teaching situations are pro- vided for all students in teacher education through the extensive use of simulation, in- structional media, micro-teaching and off- campus visitation of schools. The home economics curriculum has broadened to give added interest and depth and to provide training tor a variety ot careers. Recent laboratory develop- ments in the areas of plastics and electric- ity enable the industrial arts department to better promote the understanding of tech- nology. The big innovation in the health, physi- cal education and recreation department is the new HRER complex which will house the Paul B. Gross Memorial Coliseum and Cunningham Hall which has room for class rooms, offices, an Olympic-size swimming pool, handball courts, several small gym- nasiums and locker rooms. Designed to prepare students for elemen- tary and secondary teaching, counseling, supervision and administration, the educa- tion division includes the departments of ed- ucation, health, physical education and rec- reation, home economics, industrial arts and library science (above, far left and center). Dr. Calvin Harbin, chairman of the education division, finds keeping track of changes a full-time job (middle left). 238 Library Science A center of knowledge and culture for Fort Hays faculty and students, Forsyth Library houses a balanced collection of approximately 500,000 items (above). Newspapers, periodi- cals, books and government documents are added to the library annually (left center). Marc Campbell heads the library science department which was created to 1) develop the student ' s ability to locate and use library materials and to undertake scholarly research in an efficient manner, 2) prepare students to meet Kansas certification requirements for school librarians, and 3) provide strong foundation for persons wishing to take graduate work in library science (left). RACHEL CHRISTOPHER, assoc, prof. MARTHA DiRKS, instructor MARGERY HARKNESS, assoc, prof. ELAINE MILLER, instructor BETTI E POWELL, asst. prof. LAWRENCE REED, asst, pro! ESTA LOU RILEY, asst. prof. ROBERT SMITH, asst. prof. 239 Expanded pre-teaching experiences are of- fered for students preparing for nursery, kinder- garten, mental retardation, secondary and jun- ior college education careers (top left, bottom right). Dr. Clement Wood, chairman of the edu- cation department, anticipates a continuing rise in the number of applications for admission to teacher education (top right). The childrens 5 lit- erature class is entertaining and beneficial for youngsters attending the library sessions and for students electing to specialize in early child- hood teaching (bottom center). Sharing the world of children can be a rewarding experi- ence for the special ed teacher (top opposite page). 240 Education DR, KENNETH BAKER, asst. prof. DR. DONALD BLOSS, asst. prof. MARTHA CLAFLIN, asst. prof. WILLIAM CLAFLIN, asst, prof. DR. WILLIAM POWERS, asst, prof, DR. GORDON PRICE, prof. DR. WILLIAM ROBINSON, prof. JAMES STANSBURY, asst. prof. DR. LAVIER STAVEN, prof. DR. EDWARD STEHNO, asst. prof. DR. JAMES WILLIS, asst. prof. DR. RAYMOND YOUMANS, prof. DR. WELDON ZENGER, asst prof. DONNA HARSH, asst, prof. ARRIS JOHNSON, asst. prof. GILBERT NICHOLS, assoc, prof. DR. ALLEN CLARK, asst. prof. DR. HESTER CLARK, asst, prof, REX CORNWELL, asst. prof. DR. BILLY DALEY, prof. DR. EDITH DOBBS, assoc, prof, DR. HULDA GROESBECK, prof. v 24T Home Economics Maxine Hoffman, chairman of the home eco- nomics department, assisted in planning the curriculum which provides a basic background in the various areas of home ec and develops specialization in the area of a student ' s choice (above left). Graduates may enter the clothing and retailing field, serve as demonstrators for department stores or representatives for pattern companies (above and below right). " " CiRCU f V JUNE KREBS, assoc prof. KATHLEEN MINER, instructor 242 Industrial Arts Occupied with sanding a smooth texture before applying the finish, this carpenter works to complete his project ( above left). Dr. Richard Cain, chairman of the industrial arts depart- ment emphasizes the need for skilled technicians as automation rapidly lakes over the in- dustrial arts field (below left). A freshly glued piece of furniture is placed in a clamp to pre- vent slippage until it dries (below right). BRYAN BACHKQRA, asst prof. DONALD BARTON, instructor GLENN GINTHER, asst. prof. DENNIS McKEE, prof. GARY TOBIAS, asst. prof. 243 HPER Swimmers will have more room to practice in the new Olym pic-size pool (above left). Bowling students must demonstrate proficiency, proper form, ability to score and regard for the rules of the game (above center and right). Dr Russell Bogue, chairman of the HPER department, anx- iously awaits the completion of the new HPER complex (below left). Adequate precautions are taken to prevent anyone from getting hurt while learning to fence (below center). 244 CHARLES BREHM, asst. prof. ALEX FRANCIS, prof. ORVENE JOHNSON, instructor GLEN LOJKA, asst. prof. wayne McConnell, assoc, prof. EDGAR McNEIL, assoc prof. SALLY MILBRANDT, instructor HELEN MILES, instructor MERLYN MOECKEL, instructor JAMES PARAMORE, instructor NANCY POPP, asst. prof. DOUGLAS SEBOLD, instructor TOM STROMGREN, instructor CADE SURAN, prof. LARRY THIRSTRUP, instructor JOHN RAMEY, instructor {not pictured) 245 Listening 246 Fort Hays offers degrees in several ar- eas, the divisions of which are often confusing. The 1971-73 General Cata- logue explains them thus: Four graduate degrees are offered on two levels. The Master of Science (M.S.) degree, the Master of Arts (M.A,) degree and the Master of Music (M.M.) degree are awarded for the first year of gradu- ate study. The Specialist in Education degree is given for one year of ad- vanced graduate study beyond the Mas- ter’s degree. The M.A, degree is granted in the ar- eas listed at right, as is the M.M. de- gree, The M.S. degree is granted in twenty-five subject areas, many of which require a thesis. The Specialist in Education degree is offered for the su- perintendent, elementary principal, the counselor, the secondary principal, the subject field consultant at the elemen- tary level in reading, art and music, and the subject field consultant in English. The Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) degree and the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) de- gree are offered in the Liberal Arts area of the College. Requirements for these undergraduate degrees provide a broad education encompassing multiple areas of study. Courses are taken in humani- ties, natural sciences and mathematics, and social and behavioral sciences. A.B. and B.S. majors may be in the same subject fields with the distinction that A.B. degrees usually carry a lan- guage requirement and B.S, degrees re- quire that a student have 50 hours of sciences with a minimum of 30 hours in one subject field. These degrees are listed at right. Curricula offered in the Applied Arts provide intensive preparation in a given field, usually for a particular vocation or profession. Applied Arts degrees are listed as B.S. in (major), at right. Liberal Arts Degrees A.B,, art biology (biol.) botany (bot.) chemistry (chem.) economics (econ.) English (Eng.) general science (gen, sci.) geology (geol.) history (hist.) languages (lang.) mathematics (math.) music philosophy (phtlos.) physics political science (polit. sci.) psychology (psych.) sociology (sociot.) speech zoology (zoo.) B.S., biology botany chemistry general science geology mathematics physics zoology Applied Arts Degrees B.S. in agriculture (agric.) business elementary education (elem. educ.) home economics (home econ.) industrial arts physical education (physical educ nursing B.M., music Graduate Degrees M.A., art English history mathematics M.M., music education music history and literature music theory and composition performance in voice performance in piano erformance in organ rmance in strings rformance in wind instruments erformance in percussion g wHM fifcS JUC OTrnurffB i 6£f tn February 29th was indeed an unusual day, afternoon classes were held outside in balmy 86 de- gree weather, but shortly after- wards the temperature dropped 73 degrees in twelve hours. 247 ANDRIST, DEBRA: St. Francis, A.B., soc AB , lang.; ANSCHUTZ, CYNTHIA: Schc B.S, In nursing; ANSCHUTZ, ROGER; Russ in nursing; APPLEGATE, MARCELLA: B.S. in business; ARCHER, STEVEN: Logan business. ARMSTRONG, KENNETH; Garden City, B.S geoi.; ARMSTRONG LARRY: Merced, Calif., A.E hist.; ARNHOLD, CHARLOTTE: Russell, B.S. In physical educ,; ARNOLD, BETTY: St. Francis, A.B,, speech; ARNOLD, PAULETTA; Colby, B,S. In elem. educ. ARNOLD, WILLIAM: Alton, B.S, in business; AUGUSTINE, KERRY: Russell, B,S, in business; AUGUSTINE, RICHARD: Hays, B.S. in elem, educ.; AUSTIN, ARTHUR: Hill City, B.S,, gen sci.; AWALT, SAMUEL: Scandia, B.S., geo!. BAALMAN, DANIEL: Grinnell, B.S, in business; BAALMAN, PATRICIA: Grinnell, B.S, in home econ,; BAALMAN, RONALD: Oakley, B.S. In busi- ness; BAG HAND, VIRGINIA: Concordia. B.S. in nursing; BADEN HOP, JANNA: Kensington, A.B hist. equities 1 iMl T " m . Seniors Ba-Bo BAIER, RICHARD: Garden City, B..S. in industrial arts; BAILEY, KAREN: Ellis, B.S. in nursing; BAI- LEY, MARCIA: Jennings, B.S, in business; BAKER, CiNDY: Stockton, B S. In elem educ., BAKER, SHERRILL: Phillipsburg, B.S. in elem. educ. BALDWIN, JERRI: Scott City, BS, in elem, educ.; BALDWIN, RUTH: Mankato, B.S, in nursing; BALL, KIMBERLY: Ellis, A.B., music; BARBEE, JAMES: Pratt, B.S, in business; BARNES, CAROLYN: Hutchinson, B.S. in eiem educ BARNES, RONNIE: Elkhart, B.S. in business; ROWS, CHARLES: Ness City, B.S , geoh; TON, LONNIE: Russell. B.S. in physical BAUER, BRUCE: Clay Center, B.S., math.; BAY- ENS, SHARON: Long Island, B,S. in nursing BEADLES, LONNIE: Great Bend, A.B., hist.; BEARLY, MAX: Oberlin, B.S. in eiem. educ,: BECK, SAM: Giasco, B.S, in business; BECKER, ANTOIN- ETTE Goodland, A.B., Eng.; BECKMAN, SUSAN: Phillipsburg, B.S in nursing BECKMAN, THOMAS: Seiden, B S, in physical educ,; BEHL, STANLEY: Dodge City, B.S, in eiem. educ. — special educ.; BENNETT, JOAN: Garfield, 8.S, in business; BERENDS, IRENE: Hutchinson, B,S., math ; BERG, RODGER: Jamestown, B.S. in in- dustrial arts. BERGSTROM, DENNIS: Clyde, B.S. in business; BERLAND, NORMA: Palco, BS. in elem, educ.; BESSIRE, ANTHONY: Ulysses, B.S.. bio!., BEST- HORN, KATHLEEN; Holyrood, A.B., art; BIGGS, BRETT: Phillipsburg, B.S. in business. BILLINGER, JEANETTE: Hays, A.B., Eng. — jour- nalism: BINGGELI, HAROLD: Home, B.S. in busi- ness; BLACKWOOD, LARRY: Clyde, 8,8. in busi- ness; BLACKWOOD, PAMELA: Downs, B.S. in elem. educ . BLAND, BARBARA: Gove, B.S. in busi- ness. BLAND. RICHARD: Lucas, A.B.. hist., BLATT- NER, ROSA LEE: Rozel, B.S in elem, educ.; BLECHA, MARGARET: Munden, B.S. in business; BUCK, CONNIE: Colwich, B.S. in nursing; BOCK, C. STANLEY: Page City, B.M., music. 250 educ.; BUTLER, KAF BUTLER, RALPH: C CALVERY, WAYNE CAMPBELL, JANICE: Seniors Ca-Cr CARLILE, ARLENE: Fowler. B,S. in elem. educ.; CARLSON. MARILYN: Hays, MS. in elem. educ,; CARPENTER, TOMALENE: Dodge City, A.B., Eng.; CARPER, PHILLIP: Jennings, M.S. in physical educ.; CARSWELL, VINCENT: Retford. B.S. in physical educ CHAN NELL, TANYA: Hays, B.S, in elem. educ.; CHARVAT, GARRY: Wilson, M.S. in business; CHASE, CLINTON: Abilene, B.S, in business; CHIPMAN, DEBORAH: Jetmore. B.S. In nursing; CHITWOOD. COLLEEN: Wichita, B.S. in nursing. CIBOLSKI, RONALD: Hays, M.S. in business; CLARK, RICHARD: Clay Center, B.S, in business; CLJNESMtTH, RAMONA: Rolla, B.S. in business; CLYDESDALE, J. ELAINE: Lenora, B.S, in elem. educ. — speech correction; COATS, BRENDA: Fort Collins, Colo., A.B., sociol. CONVERSE, CAROLE: Larned, M.A., Eng.; COOK, FRED: Hays, A.8., hist, and A.B., Eng,; COOKSEY, CATHEY: Russell, A.B., speech; I in business; CGOP- math, and A.B., B.S. in nursing; Pratt, B.S. in business; Francis, A.B., psychol.; In elem, educ. B.S. CARTER, BARBARA: Stafford, B.S, in elem. educ.; CARTER, GEORGE: Jamestown, B.S. in agrie, and B.S. In business; CARTER, ROBERT: Wichita, A.B , art; CASE, LEWIS: Hayes, A.B., hist.; CAVA- NAUGH, JEAN: Great Bend, M S, in business. COCKRUM, NANCY: Johnson, B.S, in home econ ; COFFELT, MARILYN: Hays. M.A., psycho!.; COF- FEY, DOUGLAS: Ulysses, B.S .,. gen, set; COLE, ARTHUR: Bogue, B.S. in industrial arts and B.S In business; COLLETTE, MARY: Aurora, B.S in nurs- ing, A • .f COLLINS, ALVIN: Weskan, B.S., math.; COMBS, JANET: Aimena, B.S, in home econ,; COMBS, KAREN; Dodge City, B.S. in elem. educ., COMER- FORD, JOHN: Saiina, A.B., hist; CONSIDINE, DENNIS: Sterling, B.S. In physical educ. Seniors Cr-De CRIPPEN, DORIS; Hill City, B.S. in elem. educ.; CROSS, DAVID: Pratt, A.B., art; CURL, DON- ALD: AS in business- HI IRTIS TRl IHY- a c ALD: B.S. in business; CURTIS, TRUDY: Hays, 8,S. in elem educ.; DALE, TERRY: Jamestown, B S in physical educ, DANA, FRANK: Bunker Hill, A.B . speech; DAN- DORF, DENNIS: Fords, N. J,, B.S in physical educ.; DANIELS, JEFFREY: Ness City. A.B., art; DAVIS, JAMES: Pratt, B.S in agric. and B.S. in business; DAVIS, ROGER: Hays, B.S. in elem educ. DAVISON, ALVERA: Hoxie, B.S. in home econ ; DAVISON, KENT: Dighton, B.S in physical educ , DAUBERT, VIC: Great Bend, A.B., econ , DAY, MARJORIE: Osborne, B.S. in physical educ.; DAY, MAURICIA: Arkansas City, B.S. in elem. educ. — spe- cial educ. DEAN, JERRY: Glen Elder, B.S, in aghc,, DEAN, RON: Glen Eider, BS. in aghe.; DEARDORFF, MERLE: turay, B.S., chem.; DEGENHARDT, RAY- MOND: Hays, A.B., psycho!,; DEGOOD, ALAN: St. Francis, B.S., geol. 253 The scruntched up quarters of a dorm rc ill vanish for graduating seniors. Seniors De-Do DEGOOD, LANNY: St, Francis, B.S, in agric.; DE- HAVEN, EVERETT: Solomon, M.A., psycho!.; DEINES, LETA: Ransom, B.S. in elem. educ,; DEL- LENBACH, KEITH: Hays, M.S., counseling; DEL- LENBACH, LINDA: Abbyville, A.B r Eng „fT Y JEAN: Dresden, B.S. in elem cMjuw, l-m_ i ESS, JANE: Prairie Village, B.S. in elem educ.: DEYOE, FRED: Dodge City, A.9, language — Spanish; DIBBLE, JAMES: Alton, B.S. in business; DIBLE, ROBERT: Menlo. B.S. in business. DICKMAN. GARY: Colby, B.S.. physics; DIER- BERGER, TIM: Beatrice, Nebr M B.S. in business; DiERKS, NANCY: Haven, B.S. in home econ,; DtNGES, MARLENE: Ness City, B.S. in home mr DOAK, DERBY: Leawood, A.B , sociol. EBORAH: Denver, Colo., B.S. in elem. due.; DOLECHEK, JANE: Great ai educ.; DONAHEY, DARYL: Logan, B.S. in business and A.B. in econ,, DONAHEY, SHERRY: Logan, B.S, in business; DOONAN, KENNETH: Great Bend, B S. in business. seniors Do-Ei HERTY, JAMES: Colby, B S. in industrial -SEES, ROBERT: Hays, B,S. t geoL; DREIL- LLEN: Hays, A.B. polit. scl; DREILING, II A: Hays, A.B., art; DREILING, DIANE: B., art. UHtlLlNG, LOIS: Hays, B.S. in business ING, MARK: Hays, B.S. in business; D PAMELA: Ellis, A.B . sociol ; DRESSER, Columbia, Mb., A.B., sociol.; DRESSER, ROI Manhattan, MA, sociol. PRESSMAN, SHANA: Goodland, B.S in elem educ.; QUELL, CLARENCE: Goodland, B.S., math.; DUGAN, JUDY: Osborne, B.M., music; DUNKEL, KAY: Abilene, B.S. in physical educ; DUN " DAWN; Dodge City, B.S in elem. educ. DUNNING, LEON: Hays, B.S., math.; ECK- HARDT. DONNA: Oberlin, B.S. in elem educ — .; EDWARDS, BILL: Jewell, B.S. in busi- Y, MARSHA: Lacrosse, B.S, geol.; KAY: Portis, B.S. in business. 256 Seniors El-Fi ELDER, CAROL; Salina, A,B. Eng.; ELLER, KAY: Hays, A B , Eng ; ELLIOTT, ANITA: Phlllipsbur g, B.S, in elem, educ.; ELLIOTT, BILL: Hill City, A.B., pol ' it. sci,; ELLIOTT, CHARLES: Edson, B.S. in business. ELLIOTT, STAN: Newton, A.B,, socioL; ELLIS, M, ELAINE: Kingman, B.S, in physical educ.; ELLISON, MICHAEL: Preston, B S., zool.; ELLSWORTH, DEBBIE: Liberal, A.B,, Eng. — journalism; ELLS- WORTH, TERRY: Olathe, B,S, in business. ELSTON, JAMES: Syracuse, B.S in business; EN- GEL, DONNA: Bison, B.S. In business; ENGEL- BERT, DALE: Beliot, B.S. in business; ENGLAND, MERLENE; Hutchinson, A.B., Eng. — journalism; EN8LOW, MARY ANN: Lakin, B.S. in elem, educ. ERICSON, MERLE; Marquette, B.S. in business; EVERT, KAREN: Goodiand. B,S, in physical educ,: FAGG, DOROTHY: Kiowa, B.M., music; FARR, JANE: PhilNpsburg, B.S,, gen sci,, FAVINGER, MONA: Hill City, B.S in elem. educ. FAZEL, CYNTHIA: Concordia, A.8., Eng.; FEI- KERT, KATHLEEN: Bucklin, B.S. in business; FETSCH, KAREN: Marienthal, A.B, Eng.; FILE, DEE ANN: Beloit, B.S. in elem. ed uc.: FILE, ELAINE: Beloit, B.S. in elem, educ. FINGER, DONALD: Rozel, B.S. in business; FINKE, DAVID: Garden City, A.B,, polit, sci.; FISHER, DONNA: St John, B.S. in elem. educ.; FISHER, NANCY: Salina, B.S. in elem. educ. — speech pathology; FISHLER, PEGGY; Central City, Nebr,, A.B., psychol. Seniors FIXSEN, DENNIS: FLAX, MARY: DIANE: Kanopolis, B CINDI: Leoti, B,S. in elem. Dodge City, B.S, in ‘ in business; ING, CHER, ANN: FOX, MICHAEL: Great- Bend, SHERRY: Rozel, B.S. in elem ogy; FRAHM, RICHARD: Hanover, FRICKER, ROGER: Lebanon, A, FROWNFELTER, MICKEY: Lamed, FOX, — speech pathol- agric.; FULLER, NEIL: Beloit, B.S, In BER, educ.: FU K, CINDY: LaCrosse, A.B.. art; GAI DBA: WaKeeney, B.S. in elem, educ. — : GARDNER, LARRY: Plevna, B.S., ETT, DEBORAH: Great Bend, B.S. in St. Francis, B.S. in nursing: " HONY: Dresden, B.S., zoo).; Clyde. B.S. in nursing; . B.S. In agric.; GER- H: Fowler, B.M., music. GERSTENKORN, DEBORAH: Great Bend, B,S. in elem. educ.; GIEBLER, KAREN: Hays, A.B., art; GIFFORD, BELINDA: Kinsley, B.S. in home econ.; GILCHRIST, DARLENE: Hays. B.S. in elem. educ.: GILE, DUANE: Scandia ( B.S. in agric. and B.S, in business GLADWILL, BARBARA: Columbia. Mo., M.S. in elem. educ.; GLASSMAN, MARY: Hays, B.S. In elem. educ,; GLAZE, ERROL: Hays, M.S,, math,; GLENN, LARRY: Pratt, B.S, In business: GLEUE, STEVEN: Belleville, B.S. in physical educ. GOEBEL, KENNETH: Wilmore, A.B., Econ.; GOODWIN, KENT: Hays, M.S. in business; GOR- DON, CONNIE: Dodge City, B.S, in elem, educ,; GOTH, CYNTHIA: C; GOTH, WARREN: t GOWER, BETTY: Phiilipsburg. A.B.. hist , ROSEMARIE: Hays, A.B., speech , JULIE: Wathena, M.S. in elem. educ. BARBARA: Clyde, B.S. in elem. educ. GRAU, JAMES: Winona, A.B., art. 257 Seniors Ha-He Carl Stokes, the first Black elected mayor of a major U S, city, (Cleveland, Ohio), spoke to stu- dents on March 7, 1972 (above), Exconvict, La- Verne Lobdell, spoke to students and individual classes about love, beauty and inner feelings as he explained the writings of Kahlil Gibran on No- vember 4th and 5th, 1971 (right). adMTT Ke Douglas V Or. Bust n li o b cl I) Kef Op , 0 cj0« ofK Ki7 HAWK, LORRENE: Hays, A.B.. sociol and A.B., psychol.; HAYDEN, SHIRLEY: Lamed, A.B.. Eng.; HAYES, ROBERT: Great Bend, MS. in business: HAVES, THOMAS: Great Bend, A.B., speech; HAY- MONO, ARLIE: Salina, B.S. in business and B.S., HAYTER, EDWIN: Plainville, B.S. in industrial arts; HEDRICK, SONDRA: Ellis, B.S, in business; HEDRICK, STEPHEN: Hutchinson, B.S, in business; HEEKE, M, THERESA: Spearvilie, A.B., language — French; HEIDRICK, STEVEN: Beloit, B.S. in bush ness. HEINRICH, DIXIE: Grainfield, A,B„ sociol.; HEINZ, PATRICIA: Garden City, B.S. in physical educ.; HEJNY, RALPH; Olmitz, B.S, in physical educ.; HEMME, ROBERT: Buckim, A.B., psychoL; HEN- DRICKSON, LARRY: AJrmna, B.S. in elem. educ. HESTER, PAM: Bu HEUBLEIN, DIANE: i HEWSON, GALEN: L HIGLEY, GLENEVA: , DANIEL: Ellinwood, B.S. HOFFHAUS, KAREN: educ.; HOKE, PATRICI educ.; HOLLIMAN, MIC business; HOLOPIREK, business; HOOVER, JAN dust rial arts. Seniors Ki-Kr KISSICK 1 WAYBURN: Beverly, B.S. in business; KITE, MELINDA: Great Bend, B.S,, physios and B.S., math,; KLAUS, RICHARD: McCracken, B.S. in physh cal educ.; KLEIN, FAYE: Rozel, B.S, in efem. educ.; KLETCHKA, RON: Wichita, B.S. in business. KLiER, GWENN: Hays, MA, language — German; KLINE, BARBARA: Great Bend, M.S. in elem. educ.; KLITZKE. STEVE: . Ransom, A.B., art; KNIGHT, KARIN: HoxJe, A.B. language — German; KNIGHT, TERRY: Kensington, 8,S; in elem. educ. KNOX, CONNIE: Brewster, B,S. in business; KOELLING, DEANNA: Great Bend, B.S in physical educ.; KOHKONGKA, UNCHALEE: Thailand, M.S., econ.; KOPKE, MONTE: Hays, B.S , physics and B.S., math ; KOSTER, MARLA: Cawker City, B.S. in home econ. KRAMPE, LYNN; Seward, B.S. in industrial arts; KRANNAWITTER, SYLVIA; Graintield, B.S. in busi- ness; KRAUS, REBECCA: Hays, B.M., music; KRAUS, ROBERT: Grainfieid, A.B., Eng., KREH- BIEL, LAWRENCE: Ellis, B.M., music. A place tor last minute cramming for a test scanning over the day’s assignment can be in the comfortable Memorial Union lounges. 264 A ghostly advertisement was a prerequisite to il- lusionist Andre Kale ' s visit to Fort Hays State on Feburary 27, 1972, Seniors Kr-La KRESS, DENNIS; Yates Center, B.S, in agric., KRUEGER, NELSON: Hays, ELS, in business; KRUG, SHARON: LaCrosse, 8.S. in business; KRULL, CHARLES: Mound City, B.S. in business; KUGLER, VICKI: Esbon, A.B., social. KUHN, AGNETA: Elis, BS. in nursing; KUHN, CARLE: Cawker City, B.S. in physical educ.; KUHN, JUDITH: Ellis, B S. in elem. educ.; KUHN, RON- ALD: Plainville, B.S, In business; KUIPER, KEN- NETH: Prairie View, B.S., btol. KUNZA, ROBERT: Hays, B.S, in business; LAAS, LARRY: Brookville, A.B., speech, LADENBURGER, SUSAN: Oakley, B.S. in home econ.; LANDAU, VINCENT: Dodge City, B.M., music; LANG, JEROME: Hoisingion, B.S. in business. LANG, SHARON: Lenora. B.S. in elem. educ.; LAR- SON, BARBARA: Chapman, B.S, in elem. educ. — special educ , LARSON, RALPH: Tescott, B.S in agric.; LA SALLE, WILLIAM: Clayton, B.S. in indus- trial arts; LASPI SA, BARBARA: Hays, M.A., speech. 265 NEWELL, STANLEY: Seiden, NICHOLAS, JOEL: Johnson, KERRY: Beach, N. D„ A.B., ps ' NIERMEIER, RUDY: Hays, M.S. in NIERNBERGER, JOLENE: Ellis, A.8., NOBLE, DON: Topeka. B.S. educ,; NON DO RE, WILLIAM: NORDEN, EDWARD: Kens NORTHERN, PAM: Dodge Cii. . JOE: Lincoln. A.B., polit. scl. NUSSER, JOHN: Elkhart, B.S. In business; NYE, AGNES; Harper, M.A., art; OBERMUE 1 1 CD DARYL; Lincoln, B.S. in physical educ , ( STEPHEN: Great Bend, A.B., speech; OC ' ROBERT: St, Francis. B.S, in business, ODEGARD, STEVE: Great Bend, A.B . hist,: ( BURN, VIVIAN: Abbyvilte, B.S. m butar« », O ' KANE, NANCY: Hutchinson, A.B., speech; OKESON, DAVID: Weskan. B.S, in - -•«■ ' OKUGAWA, YOSHIHISA: business. :.L. Colby. B.S. i Stafford, A.B., speech; PAULS, ON, JOYCE: Colby, B M, music; KATHRYN: Ludelf, 8,3. in elem, edue. !STIEL, CLIFF: Hays, B.S. in agric.; 5TIEL r VERLIN: Hays, B,S. in business ARRY; Norland, M.A., hist. CHARD: Hays, A.B., econ.; PFEN ONALD: Nekoma, B.S in agric, , KATHY: Genesee, B.S, ii - special educ.; PHUNTUPETCH Bangkok, Thailand, M.S. in business REN: Vona, Colo., B.S, in home econ, G, CARLENE; WaKeeney, B S. in elem, iHNY, JANYTH: Ingalls, B.S in elem. HNY, LON: Watervilfe, M.S. in physical rMAN t KEN: Dodge City, B.S. in business; siOND, SJR1PORN: Bangkok, Thailand, , TAMARA: Ulysses, B.S. in elem. educ,: GA!L: Concordia, A,B., Eng.; PRESTON, Kansas City, B.S. in nursing; PROSSER, reat Bend. B.S. in elem. educ. — special JETT, JANIS: Liberal, A.B., language — 270 Seniors Ro-Sc RQEMER, JANET: Gove, A.B,, hist,; ROGERS, WILLIAM: Hays, M.S. in physical educ.; ROHR, SANDRA: Ness City, B.M,, music; ROLFS, HAR- LAND: Geneseo, B.S, In business; RQOS LEO: Shawnee Mission, B.S, in physical educ. ROSENBERG, NEIL: Great Bend, A.B., art; RO- SENBERG, REX: Great Bend, A.B. t psychol,; R OSS, NORMA: Haviland, M.A., Eng. ROTH F USS, LARRY: Clifton, B.S. in industrial arts;RUEB CYN- THIA: Colby, B.S. in home econ. RUPP, MELVIN: Hays, B.S. In business; RUSCH, DOROTHY: Hays, A.B,, Eng.; RUSSELL, JONMIE: Ensign, B,S. in physical educ.; RUUD, HOWARD: Jamestown, B.S. in business; SADDLER, JOHN: El- lis, B.S., math. SAGER, JANET: Bird City, B.S, in nursing; SAIN- LAR, DOUGLAS: Man ter , A.B , speech; SAL- MANS, NICK: Hanston, B.M,, music; SALSER, CHRIS: Paola, B.S, in elem, educ.; SANDER, SAM: Victoria, B.S. in business. SCHABEN, CHERYL: Bazine, B.S, in business; SCHAEFER, MICHAEL: Holyrood, B.S., math.; SCHAEFFER, ROBERT: Assaria, B.S,, zool. ; SCHAETZLE, HOWARD: Garden City Park, N. Y., A.B,, hist, and B.S. in business; SCHAFFER, GREG: Wright, B.S. in physical educ. SCHAFFER, KATHY: Hoxie, B.M., music; SCHIELDSi GARY: Goodland, A.B., speech; SC HIRER, ELEANOR: Newton, B,S. in business; SCHIRMER, CHARLES: Holton, B.S. in agric, ; SGHMEIDLER, DARRELL: Hays, B.S, in industrial arts. SCHMIDT, CARLA: Inman, A.B , sociol.; SCHMIDT, DONALD: Hays, A.B,, econ.; SCHMIDT MELVIN: Pfeifer, B.S. in business; SCHNEIDER, DAVID: WaKeeney, B.S. in physical educ.; SCHNEIDER, STEVEN: Otis, B.S, in busi- ness. SCHNEWEIS, GAROLD: Hoisingtom A.B,, polct, set.; SCHQENBERGER, JUDITH: Goodland, B.S. in elem, educ.; SCHON, DARRELL: Gorham. B.S. in business; SCHON, JACQUELYN: Leon, A.B. . hist.; SC HU KM AN, JAY: Hays, A.B,, gen. sci. 272 SCHULTE, JUDITH: SCHULTE, KARE SCHULTE, KENNETH: SCHULTZ, TERRY: Norfolk SCHUMAN, LILA: Wi SCHWANKE, Ch ness, SCHWARTZ, chem.; SCOTT, LOIS: BAUGH, TELIA: Norton, CREST, SHELL!: Colby, B,$, in cial educ. SEEBERGER, MARY: SEELE, LINDA: VEC, DALE: RONALD: Brownell, ERT: Brewster, 6;S, in Rf in business. SELFRIDGE, C. ALLEN: arts; SEXSON, CHARLE SHAY, DELILAH: Mealy, HERD, LEONA: Sabetha, B.S HERD, PAUL: Hugoton, B,S,, bloi. Classes Ab-Ar ABBOTT, GREG, Philtipsburg, sophomore ABENDSHIEN, BARBARA, Turon f freshman ABERCROMBIE, CLEMETH, Minneapolis, sophomore ABRAM, LYNDA, Jewell, junior AGHENBACH, CHARLIE, Hardtner, sophomore ADAMS, MARY, Shields, junior ADAMS, RANDAL, Plainville, freshman ADAMS, SHERYL, Hoxie, freshman ADAMS, THOMAS, Abilene, sophomore AH L BERG, RICHARD, Clay Center, freshman AHRENS, KERRY, Monument, freshman AHRENS, KIM, Monument, sophomore ALBERDING, GAYLE, Kiowa, sophomore ALBERS, EILEEN, Grinnell, sophomore ALBERS, ROBERT, Grinnell, freshman ALBERS, RONALD, Cunningham, junior ALBIN, DONNA, Bunion, junior ALBRECHT, LINDA, Natoma, freshman ALBRIGHT, JOHN, Kiowa, sophomore ALBRIGHT, MELANIE, Colby, freshman ALEX A, LUANN, San Jose, Calif., freshman ALEXANDER, DARWIN, Hays, junior ALLEN, CAROL, Beltaire, freshman ALLEN, CHERYL, Bellaire, freshman ALLEN, MIKE, Ulysses, sophomore ALLISON, SHERYL, Lyons, junior ALLPHIN, CHARLES, Palco, sophomore ALLPHIN, JAMES, Palco, freshman AMERIN, LEONARD, Plains, junior AMES, MARLA, Long Island, junior AMOS, MYRA, Hoxie, freshman ANDERSEN, DENNIES, Kinstey, freshman ANDERSON, BECKY, Woodston, freshman ANDERSON, JANET, Norton, freshman ANDERSON, KATHRYN, Kremmling, Colo., freshman ANDERSON, SUSAN, Garden City, junior ANDREW, JIMMIE, Gypsum, sophomore APPLEBEE, RHONDA, Beloit, freshman APPLEBEE, TAMRA, Beloit, junior APPLEGATE, DAVID, Norton, junior APPLEGATE, DIANNE, Mayfield, freshman APPLEGATE, ROD, Norton, junior APPLEHANS, ALLEN, Hays, junior ARCHULETA, GAYLE, Plainville, junior ARGUELLES, MARTA, Miami, Fla., freshman ARMBRISTER, SHERRY, Ellis, freshman ARNHOLD, FRANK, Hays, sophomore ARNOLD, LINDA, Lenora, junior 280 Classes Ar-Ba ARP1N, LELAND, Salina. sophomore ASCHWEGE, KATHLEEN, Oberiin, sophomore ASMUSSEN, TERRY, Leoti, junior ATWOOD, STEVE, Kinsley, freshman AUGUSTINE, ELMA, Hoisington, freshman AUGUSTINE, GARY, Ellis, sophomore AUSTERMAN, RONALD, Logan, sophomore AUSTIN, ROD, WaKeeney, freshman AWTERY, RHONDA, Ulysses, junior AXELSON, PAM, Natoma, freshman AYRES, KATHY, Smith Center, sophomore BAALMANN, AUDREY, Grinneli, freshman BABCOCK, DANE, Cimarron, sophomore BACH, DOUGLAS, Holyrood, sophomore BAHNER, KATHY, Belvue, freshman BAILEY, RON, Hoisington, freshman BAILEY, SHEILA, Jennings, sophomore BAIRD, SON DR A, Natoma, sophomore BAKER, ANN, Quinter, junior BAKER, TIM, Wichita, sophomore BALDWIN, DEBBIE, Cimarron, freshman BALL, PAMELA, Ellis, freshman BALTHAZOR, GLORIA, Ratco, junior BAMBER, STEVE, Lawrence, freshman BANGLE, PEGGY, Morland, junior BANKSTON, GAIL, LaCrosse, junior BANSEMER, KATHLEEN, Hugoton, freshman BARBEE, BONNIE, Pratt, sophomore BARBER , GLORIA, Hays, freshman BARDEN, RICK, Hill City, sophomore BARKER, RUSSELL, Colby, junior BARKER, STEVE, Prairie View, sophomore BARNES, LINDA, Hutchinson, sophomore BARNHART, ED, Concordia, junior BARRETT, DON, Randall, junior BART A, G. MAX, Ellsworth, sophomore BARTON, GREG, Great Bend, freshman BASE, DONALD, Hanston, junior BASGALL, STAN, Hays, sophomore BASINGER, KERRY, WaKeeney, junior BAUER, BRIAN, Clay Center, sophomore BAUER, JUDY, Clay Center, sophomore BAUER, MICHAEL, Sharon, sophomore BAUER, SUSAN, Lenora, junior BAUMAN, CHERYL, Lawrence, sophomore BAUMANN, FREDRICK, Smith Center, freshman BAUMGARTNER, JANET, WaKeeney, freshman BAXTER, DAVID, Stockton, freshman 2ai Classes Ba-Be BAYNE, PATRICK, Hays, sophomore BEACH, KERRY, Phillipsburg, sophomore BEAR, DAVID, Waldo, sophomore BEARDS LEE, JERRY, Lebanon, junior BEATON, JOHN, Scott City, sophomore BEAVERS, KAREN, Junction City, freshman BECKER, JEANINE, Logan, freshman BECKMAN, JEANETTE, Selden, junior BECKMANN, DUANE, Athol, junior BEECHER, LESLIE, Hill City, sophomore BEISER, VICKIE, Lewis, freshman BEISNER, BONNIE, Natoma, junior BEL DEN, ROBIN, Hays, junior BELD, RICHARD, Hilf City, junior BELL, STEVE, Great Bend, junior BEMIS, TAYLOR, Hays, freshman BENDER, CURTIS, Russell, junior BENDER, PHYLLIS, Russell, freshman BENGTSON, DEBRA, Lindsborg, sophomore BEN I GNUS, ELSBETH, Hoisington, freshman BENNETT, DEBORAH, Soandia, sophomore BENNETT, LINDA, WaKeeney, sophomore BENNETT, MARLENE, Garfield, freshman BENNETT, RICHARD, Garfield, sophomore 282 Classes Be-Bi BERENS, ROY, Victoria, freshman BERGER, ROBERT, Abilene, sophomore BERGIN, MARGARET, Winchester, freshman BERGIN, VICTOR, Winchester, junior BERGLING, SUSAN, Ludeli, junior BERGMAN, JOHN, Lebanon, junior BERLAND, CAROL, Zurich, sophomore BERN EKING, REX, Hays, junior BERNHARDT, CYNTHIA, Burdett, freshman BESSIRE, LINDA, Ulysses, junior BESTHORN, ANNIE, Holy rood, freshman BETHELL, JOY, Hill City, junior BEVER, SUSAN, Hays, freshman BIC KNELL, JAMES, Marysville, junior BIEBER, BARBARA, Almena, junior BIEKER, VICKI, Hays, freshman BIEL, JEANNINE, Leoti, sophomore B1L LINGER, BRENDA, Hays, freshman BILLINGER, JEANNE, Victoria, freshman BILLINGER, MARY, Hays, freshman BILLINGER, RICHARD, Victoria, junior BINDER, STEPHEN, Hays, sophomore BIRD, NANCY, Coldwater, sophomore BIRKES, ROBERTA, Montezuma, sophomore B1RNBAUM, JAMES, Cottonwood Falls, sophomore BISEL, JANICE, Ashland, sophomore BLAIR, LYNN, Mankato, sophomore BLAIR; VIRGINIA, LaCrosse, freshman BLAKELY, DONNA, Salina, sophomore 2S3 Classes Bl-Br BLANK, MIKE, Grainfield, freshman BLATTNER, DAVID, Rozel, junior BLAZER, SUSAN, Hays, junior BLUME, BRO, JAMES, Indianoia, Pa., junior BOATWRIGHT, PAUL, Topeka, freshman BOETHIN, VIVIAN, Logan, junior BOHLEN, CARMEN, Downs, sophomore BOHLING, SUSAN, Byron, Nebr., junior BOHME, LARRY, Colby, junior BOLLIG, KAREN, Hays, freshman BOLT, CHERYL, Goodiand, sophomore BONDY, RAY, Saiina, freshman BONEBRAKE, KAREN, Garden City, junior B ONNER, DANA, Leoti, freshman BOOS, PAMELA, Elfis, junior BOOS, SUSAN, Hays, junior BORGER, CINDY, Meade, sophomore BORTZ, ROBERT, Garden City, sophomore BOULTINGHOUSE, MONTE, Garden City, freshman BOURQUIN, JOHN, Gem, junior BOWMAN, DAVID, Lamed, junior BOXUM, LARRY, Lebanon, sophomore BOYD, ARNOLD, Natoma, sophomore BOYD, BARBARA, Concordia, junior BOYD, DAN, Fowler, junior BOYD, STEPHEN, Hays, junior BRADRICK, TOM, Wichita, sophomore BRADY, TERESA, Derby, freshman BRANDT, SHERILYN, Abilene, freshman BRAN NAN, NANCY, Meade, sophomore BRASSFIELD, ALLEN, Almena, freshman BRAUN, BERNARD, Victoria, freshman BREC KEN RIDGE, MICHAEL, Stockton, sophomore BREDFELDT, SHIRLEY, Dodge City, sophomore BREEDING, SUSAN, Rolla, freshman BREITENBACH, ROBERTA, Pretty Prairie, junior BREITENBACH, TYNA, Macksville, sophomore BREMER, JUDY, Colby, junior BRENNER, PAUL, Delmar, N, Y„ junior BRICK LEY, MARSHA, Plainvilie, freshman BROADBOOKS, STEVE, Hays, junior BROECKELMAN, LOIS, Grinnell, freshman BRONSON, DIANE, Kensington, sophomore BROOKS, DONALD, Clayton, freshman BROOKS, KATHY, Edmond, freshman BROOM, CINDI, Shawnee, sophomore BROWN, CAROLINE, Garden City, sophomore BROWN, CRAIG, Eureka, freshman 284 Classes Br-Ca BROWN, DONNA, Hays, freshman BROWN, JONATHAN, Gorham, junior BROWN, JUDITH, Ford, junior BROWN, ROGER, Hays, freshman BRUBAKER, CHARLENE, Bird City, freshman BRUCE, JAMES, Luray, sophomore BRUCE, SUSAN, Luray, freshman BRUNGARDT, LINDA, Hays, freshman BRUNGARDT, ROY, Gorham, sophomore BRUNTS, GEORGE, Claftin, junior BRYAN, CORINNE, Oberltn, sophomore BRYAN, FLOYD, Gberlin, junior BRYANT, DELORES, Kiowa, freshman BUDKE, TONGAY, McCook, Nebr., sophomore BUEHLER, CLARICE, Clafiin, junior BUELL, PAM, Junction City, junior BUNYAN, FRED, Hugoton, sophomore BURD, MICHAEL, Hays, junior BURD, THELMA, Hays, sophomore BURGARDT, PATRICIA, Garden City, junior BURGER, DALENE, Wellington, freshman BURGER, LOA, Russell, freshman BURGESS, SUSAN, Scott City, sophomore BURGETT, RODNEY, Garden City, sophomore BURRIS, RODNEY, Satanta, freshman BUSCH, KENNETH, Russell, junior BUSH, VIRGINIA, Isabel, junior BUSS, BRUCE, Ulysses, freshman BUTCHER, CARLENE, WaKeeney, freshman BUTZINE, BONNIE, Geneseo, sophomore CALDARERA, ANN MARIE, Wichita, freshman CALDARERA, DANIEL, Wichita, junior CALDARULO, JO ANN, Abilene, freshman CAMERON, KATHY, Clay Center, sophomore CARL, CONNIE, Hays, freshman CARLSON, DARRELL, Scandia, junior CARLSON, TRINA, WaKeeney, freshman CARON, STEVE, Clyde, junior CARSWELL, DARYL, Selcten, freshman CARSWELL, PEGGY, Selden, sophomore GARTER, SUSAN, Ulysses, freshman CARVER, LINDA, Modoc, sophomore CASEY, CHERYL, McCracken, freshman CASEY, FRANCES, Bazine, sophomore CASEY, PATRICIA, McCracken, junior CATES j MARY, Smith Center, sophomore CAVANAUGH, MICHAEL, Great Bend, sophomore CAVENDER, JAMES, Lamed, sophomore 2B5 Classes Ch-Co CHAFFIN, DALE, Woodston, junior CHANCE, DAVE, Jennings, freshman CHANCE, KENDALL, Fowler, sophomore CHAPIN, JOHN, Hays, junior CHARVAT, MQREA, Ellsworth, junior CHEUNG, HENRY, Hong Kong, freshman CHEZEM, JANET, Quinter, freshman CHICK, SARAH, Overland Park, freshma n CHILDRESS, DJANA, Ashmore, Ilf., freshman CHITTENDEN, JANET, Phillipsburg, freshman CHRISTOPHER, JIM, Protection, junior CHRISTY, DEBRA, Agra, freshman CHUNG, HERMAN, Hong Kong, freshman CLARK, BARBARA, Barnard, junior CLARK, LARRY, Hutchinson, freshman CLARK, ROBERT, Sedgwick, junior CLARK, SANDRA, Clifton, junior CLARK, SHERRY, Holyrood, junior CLARY, SUZANNE, Hill City, freshman CLAUSEN, JOLENE, Cawker Gity, sophomore CLAY, LISSA, Meade, sophomore CLEMENCE, ROBERT, Abilene, sophomore CLIFTON, PAMELA, Emporia, freshman CLINE, LANA, Hays, junior CLINE, ROBERT, Garfield, junior CLINESMITH, RICK, Rolla, sophomore CLOCK, RICK, Larned, sophomore CLOTFELTER, SUSAN, Ellis, freshman CLOUSTON, KATHERINE, Ness City, freshman CODDINGTON, CHERYL, Hill City, freshman COLE, PAULA, Marysville, sophomore COLLIER, SHARON, Claflin, junior COLLINS, BARRY, Salina, junior COLLINS, GERALD, Oakley, sophomore COLLINS, TERALD, Oakley, junior COMBS, RANDY, Hays, freshman COMEAU, ALPHONSE, Hays, sophomore CONAWAY, LORI, Athol, junior CONAWAY, VONA, Athol, sophomore CONLEY, VICKY, Beloit, sophomore CONRAD, CATHY, Clay Center, sophomore CONRAD, CINDY, Harlan, sophomore COOK, BYRON, Beloit, freshman COOK, DEBBIE, Hays, freshman COOK, GALE, St. Francis, sophomore COOK, JUNE, Hardtner, junior COOK, PAMELA, Hays, Junior COOP, TERESA, Portis, freshman 286 Classes Co-Da COOPER, GARY, Lawrence, freshman COOPER, MICHAEL, Hays, sophomore COOPER, NANCY, Natoma, junior COOPER, STEVAN, Natoma, sophomore COOPER, VICKI, Lawrence, sophomore COOVER, SCHYLER, Phoenix, Ariz., freshman COPPER, NANCY, Smith Center, sophomore CGRDER, MARSHA, Selden, freshman CORDER, SUSAN, Selden, sophomore CORKE, CARLOTTA, Goodiand, junior COUCH, DAVID, Stockton, junior COULTER, DEBORAH, Hoxie, sophomore COUNTRYMAN, RITA, Mankato, sophomore COX, BEVERLY, Grainfield, junior COX, LINDA, Norton, freshman CRANDALL, JANET, Fort Scott, freshman CROME, SHIRLEY, Hoxie, freshman CRONN, BARBARA, WaKeeney, freshman CROSS, DAVID, Lewis, freshman CROSS, SUSAN, Pratt, junior CROSSLAND, PATTI, Overland Park, freshman CUDNEY, SHARON, Belpre, junior CUDNEY, VICKI, Marysville, junior CULLEY, KAREN, Russell, junior CUNNINGHAM, DENISE, Stockton, sophomore CURTIN, SCOTT, Colby, sophomore CURTIS, JERALD, Hays, sophomore OUTRIGHT, DONALD, St. John, junior DAETWILER, LINDA, Ramona, freshman DALLMAN, DOUGLAS, Prairie Village, freshman 2B7 Classes Da-Di DANGLE, ROBERT, Newton, Mass., Junior DANIELS, SALLY, Haigler, Nebr . junior DARK, DONNA, Oberlin, freshman DARNELL, MARILYN, Bogue, junior DARR, MARK, Overland Park, freshman DAUBERT, RICHARD, LaCrosse, junior DAVENPORT, DAVID, McCracken, junior DAVIGNON, DEBBIE, Bogue, freshman DAVIS, CHERYL, Goodland, junior DAVIS, GENEVA, Ulysses, sophomore DAVIS, MARK, Garden City, junior DAVIS, SUSAN, Kanopolis, junior DAVISON, NANCY, Rolla, sophomore DAWDY, JANE, Saline, freshman DEAN, PAMELA, Stockton, sophomore DEAR DOR FF, PAMELA, Luray, sophomore DEBES, DARLENE, Claflin, junior DEBES, JOE, Hoisington, junior DEBEY, WAYNE, CawkerCity, junior DECHANT, DARRELL, Hays, freshman DEGARMO, LARRY, Olathe, junior DEINES, DENNIS, WaKeeney, sophomore DEINES, STEPHEN, Russell, junior DEITER, RAYMOND, Norton, sophomore DELANEY, JEREL, Alton, junior DELCAMP, RICHARD, Hays, sophomore DELP, CHARISSE, Burdett, sophomore DEMOSS, KAREN, Osborne, junior DENNING, CYNTHIA, Norton, freshman DENNING, DENNIS, Ellis, freshman DENNING, JUDY, Hays, freshman DEPOY, DONNA, Downs, sophomore DEPPERSCHMIDT, PATTY, Park, sophomore DETWILER, DICK, Wichita, sophomore DE.WALD, LU ANN, Ness City, junior DEWALD, MARK, LaCrosse, freshman DEWEES, SUSAN, Norton, sophomore DEWELL, STEVE, Fowler, junior DIBLE, JENNIFER, Rexford, junior DICK, RODNEY, Lucas, junior DICK MAN, KATHY, Grinnell, sophomore DIEHL, HENRY, Brookvifle, sophomore DIEHL, WALTER, Quinter, sophomore DIETZ, CAROL, Otis, junior DIETZ, SHERI, Salina, freshman DILLINGHAM, CHARLEY, Bluff City, freshman DILTS, ELLA, Sedgwick, freshman DIMITT, TERRY, Johnson, sophomore Classes Di-Ed DINGES, KATHLEEN, Ness City, freshman DINKEL, BRENDA, McCracken, junior DINKEL, DIANA, Morland, sophomore DINKEL, LAREN, Hays, freshman DINKEL, WANDA, Victoria, freshman DIPMAN, DAVID, Larned, freshman DIRKS, CAROLYN, Albert , freshman DISQUE, JANET, Bushton, freshman DIZMANG, ROCHELLE, Goodland, freshman DOBRINSKI, KENNETH, Lorraine, junior DOCTOR, CAROL, Wilson, junior DOCTOR, TERESA, Wilson, freshman DODSON, LIBBY, Russell, junior DOHRMANN, DENNIS, Ensign, sophomore DOLL, GALEN, Heafy, freshman DOLL f MARK, Ellinwood, junior DOME, LUCY, Hays, freshman DOME, SHARON, Hays, junior DONALDSON, DEBRA, Plainville, sophomore DORAN, COLLEEN, Harlan, Iowa, freshman DORSCH, PATRICIA, Bird City, sophomore DOTY, LARRY, Tribune, junior DOU BRAVA, MARK, Wilson, freshman DOUD, RISE, Cawker City, junior DOUGLAS, JONATHAN, Amarillo, Tex., sophomore DOUTHIT, BECKY, St. Francis, sophomore DREES, LUCY, Holcomb, sophomore DREHER, JOE, Catharine, freshman DREILING, CAROLYN, Hays, freshman DREILING, DAVID, Ellis, sophomore DREILING, EILEEN, Walker, freshman DREILING, FLORENCE, Great Bend, junior DREILING, LARRY, Victoria, freshman DREILING, MARILYN, Walker, junior DRYDEN, CHARLOTTE, Phillipsburg, freshman DUDLEY, DEBORAH, Sedgwick, freshman DUGAN, VICKIE, Osborne, sophomore DUMLER, BETHA, Russell, freshman DUNN, MARY, Plains, sophomore DUNNING, ALAN, Stockton, sophomore DURR, BECKY, Dodge City, freshman EADES, JOHNNY, Stockton, sophomore EARLS, CHARLOTTE, Bucklin, freshman EBERLE, SHERRI, Glen Elder, freshman EBERLY t NADINE, Republic, junior ECK, MIKE, Sharon, junior EDGETT, DIANE, Almena, freshman 299 Classes Ed-Ep EDMUNDSON, DEBRA, Wichita, sophomore EDWARDS, JAMES, Great Bend, sophomore EHLY, DEBRIE, LaCrosse, freshman EICHMAN, TABETHA, Palco, freshman EILERT, MARCIA, Portis, freshman EINING, DAN, Spearville, freshman EITEL, JANET, Scott City, freshman EKLUND, WILLIAM, Natoma, freshman ELDER, CHRISTIE, Kingman, junior ELLIOTT, BILL, McCook, Nebr., freshman ELLIOTT, CHUCK, Manhattan, sophomore ELLIOTT, PAUL, Paradise, sophomore ELLIS, REGEN A, Byers, sophomore ELLISTON, DAVID, Stockton, sophomore ELMORE, GEORGE, Rozel, junior ENGEL, DEVONA, Great Bend, junior ENGEL, SANDRA, Lo retta, freshman ENGELBERT, SUSAN, Beloit, sophomore ENGELSMAN, LOIS, Prairie View, sophomore ENGLERT, KAREN, Hays, freshman ENGLISH, RITA, Kansas City, junior ENSLINGER, KATHLEEN, LaCrosse, freshman ENSLOW, MARILYN, Lakin, sophomore EPP, GALE, Kearney, l febr n sophomore Breakfast for many students, like these McGrath Hall men, is often only a roll and a glass of milk (right). 290 Classes Er-Fi ERBACHER, GEORGE, Hays, junior ERBERT, DEBBIE, Zurich, freshman ERICKSON, ED, Phillipsburg, freshman ESKEW, BEVERLY, Springfield, Colo., freshman EVANS, DARREL, Quinter, junior EVANS, JACKIE, Hutchinson, junior EVANS, RANDY, Gove, sophomore EVANS, RODNEY, Meade, freshman FABIN, BEVERLY, Phillipsburg, sophomore FABRIC I US, NANCY, WaKeeney, freshman FAGER, WAYNE, Hays, sophomore FAIR, JAMES, Hutchinson, junior FAKES, CONNIE, Jetmore, sophomore FARRIS, GARY, Edson, junior FAULK ENDER, SHERRI, St. Francis, junior F EASTER, MARY JO, Syracuse, freshman FEIKERT, SHARON, St. Francis, sophomore FELDT, RONALD, Park, junior FELL, KEYNA, Lamed, freshman FENSTER, STEVE, Wichita, junior FERLAND, DON, Zurich, sophomore FETSCH, GLORIA, Marienthal junior FIALA, PEGGY, Oberlin, sophomore FIELDER, KATHERINE, Scandia, sophomore 291 Classes Fi-Ge FIELDER, PHILIP, Belleville, junior FIELDS, PAT, Atwood, freshman FINCH, ROXIE, Hays, freshman FINK, JACKIE, Paradise, juror FISH, SUE, WaKeeney, junior FISHER, CHARLES, Ensign, junior FISHER, GARY, Norton, sophomore FISHER, JULEE, Oberlin, sophomore FLAMIK, LEE, Rush Center, freshman FLESKE, ALFRED, Lamed, freshman FLOWERS, RHONDA, Goodiand, freshman FOLEY, RHONDA, Sharon Springs, freshman FONDOBLE, PAM, Ellis, freshman FORD, BARBARA, Ulysses, freshman FOSTER, JOYCE, Jennings, freshman FOURNIER, BARBARA, Plainville, freshman FOX, BRADLEY, Burdett, junior FRACK, BRENT, Ingalls, freshman FRANCIS, JERROLD, Anthony, freshman FRANCIS, LELAND, Herndon, junior FRANCIS, LOIS, Colby, junior FRANK, SALLY, Hays, junior FRANKS, ELAINE, Hays, sophomore FREDRICKSON, DENNIS, Smith Center, sophomore FRIESEN, RODNEY, Johnson, freshman FRITZ, THEODORE, Grinnell, junior FRITZ, TOBIAS, Kansas City, Mo., freshman FROETSCHNER, STAN, Larned, freshman FULLER, STEPHEN, LaCrosse, freshman FULWIDER, LYNN, Brewster, freshman FUNK, THOMAS, Otis, sophomore GABEL, KATHLEEN, Hays, freshman GALL, SANDRA, Dodge City, junior GAL LION, IVAN, Salina, junior GARCIA, MARIA, Garden City, freshman GARDNER, CHARLES, Plainville, junior GARRETT, PATTI, Lawrence, sophomore GARTEN, TERRI, Abilene, freshman GASCHLER, THOMAS, Hays, freshman GASKILL, KATHY, ufysses, freshman GASPER, KENNETH, Osborne, sophomore GASS, M. HELENE, Esbon, freshman GATES, GREGG, Meade, freshman GENEREUX, DELMAR, Clyde, sophomore GEORG, MIRIAM, Alexander, sophomore GEORGE, GARY, Abifene, freshman GEORGE, GLYN, Agra, freshman GEORGE, SON DR A, Lakin, sophomore 292 Classes Ge-Gr GERBER, RITA, Hutchinson, sophomore GERRITZEN, JEANETTE Great Bend, junior GERSTBERGER JUANITA Leoti, junior GERSTNER, MARGARET Hays freshman GFELLER, LYNNETTA Burns, freshman GIDDINGS, BRAD, Beloit, junior GIEBLER, CHRIS, Hays, freshman GIEBLER, JOAN, Hays, freshman GIEBLER, PHILIP, Hays sophomore GIESAKING, KAREN, Ulysses, sophomore GIESSEL TOM, Lamed, sophomore GIESWEIN, KENT, Concordia, sophomore GILGER, DEBRA Garden City freshman GILGER JOHN Garden City, junior GILL, CYNTHIA, Hays, freshman GILLAN, THOMAS Garden City, junior GILLEN, COLLEEN Ulysses, junior GILLEN, JAMES, Meade, sophomore GILLEN, JOHN Hays, junior GILLETT WILLIAM, Kinsley freshman GILMORE, DEBRA, Medicine Lodge, freshman GILMORE, LOUIS Hays, freshman GISH, DOUGLAS, Hays sophomore GLASSMAN, MARTHA, Hays, freshman GLEASON GERALD Kinsley sophomore GLEUE PAUL, Belleville, freshman GLICK, FRED, Plainville, freshman GLOVER, BOBBI, Greens burg sophomore GODDARD, KIT, Stockton freshman GOEBEL, BETTY, Wilmore, sophomore GOETZ CONNIE, Park freshman GOETZ CYNTHIA, Park freshman GOOCH, PAUL, Hugoton, freshman GGODHEART, MARK Bunker Hill, freshman GOODIN, RODNEY, Clay Center sophomore GOODWIN, KYLE, Hays, freshman GOODWIN, MARYLIN, Derby, freshman GO RACK E JOSEPH, Agra, sophomore GORDON, ANITA, Hays sophomore GGTSCHALL, RHONDA, Hoisington, freshman GOTTSCHALK, KAREN Hays, sophomore GOULD IE, SUSAN, Natoma, freshman GRABBE, RICHARD, Hays junior GRAF, JAMES, Great Bend sophomore GRAHAM, EUDORA Long Island, junior GRAHAM, SONDRA, Scott City sophomore GRAHAM, STEVE, Miltonvale, junior GRAHAM, VIRGINIA, Concordia, junior 293 Classes Gr-Ha GRANT, KEVIN, Safina, sophomore GRANT, NANCY, Hardtner, sophomore GRASS, JENNIFER, LaCrosse, sophomore GRAVER, AMBER, Rush Center, junior GRAY, DEBORAH, Topeka, sophomore GRAY, FRANK, Topeka, junior GREEN, KENNETH, Jennings, freshman GREEN, LARRY, Hays, sophomore GREER, GREGORY, Satanta, freshman GREINER, PATRICIA, Hunter, sophomore GRICE, PAULA, Medicine Lodge, sophomore GRIFFIN, JULIA, Tribune, junior GRIFFIN, MARI, Plainvilie, freshman GRIFFITH, JAMES, iuka, junior GRIFFITH, ROBERT, Hutchinson, junior GROSS, RUTH, Hays, freshman GUGLER, SHARON, Junction City, sophomore GUSTAFSON, JEANETTE, Smoian, sophomore HAAG, DALE, Garden City, sophomore HAAS, JANE, Ness City, junior HAAS, RUTH, Hays, freshman HAASE, SANDRA, Ellsworth, sophomore HAASE, SUZANNE, Plainvilie, freshman HACHMEISTER, CHARLES, Hill City, freshman HAFFA, CATHERINE, Topeka, freshman HAHN, ELVA, Stockton, freshman HAHN, RICK, Dodge City, junior HAKE, VONDA, Lenora, sophomore HALL, DEBORAH, Russell, sophomore HALL, DEBRA, Haviland, sophomore HALL, STEVEN, Garfield, junior HALLAGIN, JEAN, Jennings, junior HALLING, JEANETTE, Hanston, junior HAMEL, CATHRYN, Zurich, sophomore HAMILTON, SHELDON, Dodge City, junior HAMMEKE, CATHY, Belpre, sophomore HAMMER, DONALD, Norway, junior HAMMERSCHMIDT, MARGARET, Hays, freshman HAMMOND, RANDY, Abilene, sophomore HAMMOND, SANDRA, Larned. freshman HAMZY, SHERRY, Chandler. Ariz. f junior HANDWERK, DEB I, Overiand Park, freshman HAN EKE, CRAIG, Great Bend, junior HANKS, FAMA, Ulysses, freshman HANSEN, JAMES, Hays, junior HANSEN, JON, Temple, Tex., freshman HANSEN, KATHY, Lincoln, freshman HARBAUGH, MARSHA, Kiowa, sophomore 294 Classes Ha-He HARBIN, RUTH, Hays, junior HARGADINE, ROY, Mullinville, junior HARGIS, DENNIS, Kansas City, sophomore HARKNESS, KATHY, Hays, freshman HARLOW, JIM, Barnard, sophomore HARMAN, SUE, , sophomore HARMON, TAMRA, Logan, freshman HARREL, JAN, Burlington, Colo., freshman HARRIS, PATRICIA, Hays, freshman HARSH, LINDA, Hays, freshman HARTMAN, BILLY, Colorado Springs, Colo., sophomore HARTMAN, CYNTHIA, Topeka, sophomore HARTMAN, HENRY, Herndon, sophomore HARVEY, LARRY, Buffalo, junior HARVEY, MARK, Hays, unclassified HASSELMAN, MARY, Chapman, freshman HAWKINS, STEVE, Rexford, freshman HAWLEY, BRUCE, Phillipsburg, sophomore HAWTHORNE, WYNONA, Hays, freshman HAY, GERALD, Dodge City, junior HAYDEN, SALLY, Goodland, junior HAYES, PATRICIA, Hays, junior HAYZLETT, DENNIS, Lakin, junior HAYZLETT, RANDY, Lakin, freshman HAZELTON, PAULA, Abilene, freshman HAZLETT, ELAINE, Prairie Village, freshman HECKMAN, CHAD, WaKeeney, freshman HEFFEL, DAVID, Osborne, junior HEIMILLER, KEVIN, Macksville, freshman HEINZE, PAT, Lincoln, sophomore 295 Classes He-Ho HEINZE, RHONDA, Wilson, sophomore HEINZE, SUSAN Sylvan Grove, freshman HEMME, MARILYN, Bucklin, junior HENDERSHOTT, RHONDA, Natoma. sophomore HENDERSON, KAREN, Wichita, junior HENDERSON, STEVEN, St. Francis, freshman HENNE, ELAINE, Holyrood, junior HENRY, ADENA, Liberal, sophomore HENRY, JILL, St, Francis, freshman HENRY, STEVE, Cheney, junior HERR, LYNNETTE, LaCrosse, freshman HERL, KAREN, Victoria, junior HERRMAN, CHRIS, Ensign, junior HERRMANN, ELONA, Berryton, freshman HERRMANN, PATRICIA, Kinsley, junior HESTER, KAREN, Plevna, sophomore HEWETT, DAVID, Hays, sophomore HEWINS, HELEN, Wafhena, freshman HICKMAN, REBECCA, Sublette, junior HEIGERT, CHERYL, Wichita, junior HIGHLAND, EMMA, Brewster, junior HILDEBRAND, VERA, Lenora, sophomore HILKER, BARBARA, McCook, Nebr., sophomore HILL, CLARENCE, Bloom, freshman HILL, VIVIAN, Hoxie, junior HILLER, MARCIA, Overland Park, junior HILLMAN, DEBBIE, WaKee.iey, freshman HIRD, STEVEN, Lawrence, junior HOCH, ROBERT, Wilson, junior HOCHMAN. KATHRYN, Kanopolis, freshman 296 Classes Ho-Hu HGCHMAN, STEVEN, Kanopolis, junior HODGINS, MAI DA, Belleville, junior HOFFMAN, CAROL Hays, sophomore HOFSTETTER, GAIL, Hill City, freshman HOLLE, BECKY, Ludell, sophomore HOLLOWAY, DAVID, Sublette, sophomore HGLMBERG, JEFF, Belleville, junior HOLMES, COLLEEN, Lakin, sophomore HOLT, CLINTON, Harper, junior HOLZWARTH, JO ELLEN, St Francis, freshman HOLZWARTH, VALOR, St Francis, sophomore HOMAN, NANCY, Minneapolis, sophomore HO NAS, JERRY, Ellis, junior HOOD, ANN, Hays, junior HOOD, STEPHEN, Hays, sophomore HOOPER, CINDY, Smith Center, freshman HOOSIER, DALE, Ellsworth, freshman HOOVER, BRENDA, Bazine, junior HOOVER, PRISCILLA, Hoisington, sophomore HOOVER, SHARON, Meade, sophomore HOPKINS, KATHY, Overland Park, sophomore HORACEK, LARRY, Utica, junior HORCHEM, CAROL, Ransom, freshman HORINEK, ROBB I , Page City, sophomore HORNBUCKLE, STEVEN, Hutchinson, junior HORNING, EMILY, Ransom, sophomore HOSTETLER, KATHY, Hutchinson, freshman HOUSE, KATHERYN, Bogus, freshman HOUSE, THORNTON, Meade, sophomore HOWARD, CHUCK, Abilene, freshman HOWE, BRAD, Gypsum, freshman HOWELL, BEVERLY, Haviland, freshman HOWELL, STEVEN, Hutchinson, junior HUBALEK, SHIRLEY, WaKeeney, sophomore HUBERT, LYNNE, Monument, freshman HUDDLESTON, KATHY, Alexander, junior HUDSON, STEVE, Mackville, freshman HUGHES, DOUGLAS, Overland Park, freshman HUGO, GERARDO, Venezuela, freshman HULL, SHIELA, Hays, sophomore HUMBURG, KATHERINE, Hays, sophomore HUNT, RHONDA, Phillipsburg, junior HURST, DONNA, Oberlin, freshman HURST, KENNY, Ness City, sophomore HUSER, LARRY, Hays, freshman HUSLIG, JANICE, Claflin, freshman HUSTON, ROSEMARY, Abilene, junior HUSTON, ROYCE, Hays, freshman 297 Classes Hu-Jo HUTCHINSON, THOMAS, WaKeeney, junior HUXMAN, JO LYNN, Morland, freshman IDEKER, KATHRYN, Rozel, freshman INGRAM, KIMBERLY, Beloit, freshman IRBY, RONALD, Bogue, freshman IRELAND, GREGG, Natoma, freshman ISON, ELOISE, Hays, freshman JACKSON, RODNEY, Phillipsburg, freshman JACKSON, STAN, Riverton, Nebr., sophomore JACOBS, CARLA, Hays, freshman JACOBS, JAN, Edmond, freshman JACOBS, KATHLEEN, Russell, junior JACOBS, KEN, Hays, junior JACOBS, PATRICIA, Pfeifer, sophomore JACQUES, KAREN, Ellis, junior JAMES, DONNA, Hays, junior JAMISON, PAMELA, Quinter, freshman JANKE, MARCIA, Junction City, sophomore JANOUSEK, PEGGY, Ellsworth, freshman JANSONIUS, ELAINE, Prairie View, freshman JANSONjUS, HARVEY, Prairie View, junior JANTZ, KHYLEEN, Hoxie, freshman JARBOE, ELIZABETH, Paradise, junior JECHA, MARGARET, Timken, junior JELINEK, MARVIN, Bluff City, sophomore JEN NISON, LOIS, Healy, freshman JENSEN, BRUCE, St. Francis, freshman JENSEN, KAY, Hays, freshman JOHNSON, BOBBI, Kirwin. sophomore JOHNSON, BRUCE, Pratt, freshman JOHNSON, CHARLENE, Hill City, sophomore JOHNSON, CRAIG, Philfipsburg, junior JOHNSON, DEAN, Brewster, sophomore JOHNSON, DEBRA, Jetmore. freshman JOHNSON, ELOISE, Falun, sophomore JOHNSON, GAIL, Dighton, freshman JOHNSON, JEFF, Hays, sophomore JOHNSON, JIM, Lamed, junior JOHNSON, JOHANNA, Lenora, junior JOHNSON, KARLA, Sioux Falls. S. D., sophomore JOHNSON, KATHY, Hays, sophomore JOHNSON, ROSE, Scandia, sophomore JOLER, JEFF, Concordia, freshman JONES, CHARLES, Bird City, sophomore JONES, FRANCES, Phiilipsburg, freshman JONES, SHAROLYN, Alexander, freshman JONES, WILLIAM, Kirwin, freshman JOSEPH, SHIRLEY, Larned, sophomore 298 Classes Jo-Ki JOSLIN, DEBRA, Hill City, freshman JOY, CHARLES, Hays, freshman JOYCE, LINDA, Hays, sophomore JUENEMANN, FREDERICK, Selden, junior JULIAN, RITA, Johnson, sophomore JUSTYNA, IGNACY, Concordia, junior KAISER, BERT, Bushton, junior KARLIN, CLEMENT, Hays, freshman KARLIN, MARY BETH, Hays, junior KARLIN, SUSAN, Hays, junior KARST, CONSTANCE, Great Bend, freshman KARST, MEL, Hays, freshman KASISKA, DEBRA, Kanopolis, freshman KASL, JACK, Concordia, junior KASPAR, JOLEENE, Jennings, freshman KASSELMAN t LEWIS, Ellinwood, sophomore KASTENS, GARY, Herndon, junior KASTNER, DAVID, Kinsley, freshman KAUFMAN, GORDON, Kingman, junior KAUFMAN, ROGER, Dorrance, junior KEARNEY, DAVID, Beipre, junior KEARNS t DAVID, PhilSipsburg, junior KEEFER, DEBORAH, Lansing, freshman KEEGAN, DEB, Hays, freshman KEENER, DEN A, Rush Center, freshman KE1L, JANET, Hays, sophomore KEIL, KAY, Hays, freshman KELLER, GECIL, Halstead, sophomore KELLER, JAMES, Pueblo, Colo., junior KELWAN, BEVERLY, Sublette, junior KELTNER, MIKE, Meade, sophomore KEMPER, MARCUS, Logan, junior KENDALL, ALBERT, Haviland, junior KEN DIG, DEBRA, Osborne, freshman KENNEDY, CARL, Lebanon, junior KENYON, JOLENE, Bogue, junior KENYON, RICK, Hutchinson, junior KERR, DAVID, Ness City, freshman KERTZ, DEBORAH, Natoma, sophomore KETLER, DENNIS, Cawker City, freshman KETTERL, BERNARD, Herndon, junior KETTERL, MARK, Herndon, junior KEY, CARL, Spearville, freshman KEYSER, JUDY, WaKeeney, freshman KIER, SUSAN, Mankato, freshman KINDERKNECHT, CHERYL, Ellis, sophomore KINDERKNECHT, EILEEN, Collyer, freshman KINDERKNECHT, ROGER, Hays, freshman 299 Classes Ki-Kn KINDHART, DEBRA, St. John, sophomore KING, BOYD, Lewis, sophomore KING, ELIZABETH, Hays, junior KING, MON ISA, Clay Center, freshman KINGSLEY, ROGER, Ellis, freshman KINSER, JANET, Clayton, freshman KIPP, MARY, Phillipsburg, freshman KIRBY, CLARA, Lamed, freshman KIRBY, ELIZABETH, Kinsley, freshman KIRCHOFF, RODNEY, Garden City, junior KIRKWOOD, KENT, Lamed, freshman KIRMER, KAROL, Ingalls, junior KIRN, LINDA, Minneapolis, freshman KISNER, KIMBERLY, Hays, freshman KISS1CK, SHARI, Hays, sophomore KITE, LINDA, Lyons, freshman KLATT, LYNETTE, Nickerson, freshman KLAUS, KEN, Hays, freshman KLAUS, MARIE, Hays, sophomore KLEIBER, STEVE, Hays, freshman KLEIN, LINDA, Pfeifer, junior KLEMA, JAMES, Wilson, sophomore KLEMA, KARLEEN, Russell, sophomore KLIE, TONI, St. Francis, freshman KLINE, TERI, Dodge City, freshman KNELLER, LINDA, Pratt, sophomore KNIGHT, JAMES, Saiina, junior KNOLL, JERRY, Hays, freshman KNOLL, LEO, Hays, junior KNOWLES, PATRICIA, Wichita, freshman 300 Classes Kn-Le KNOX, SUSAN, South Haven, sophomore KOCH, DALE, Cawker City, junior KOERNER, ARLIS, Hays, sophomore KOERNER, JIM, Hays, freshman KOETKEMEYER, BARRY, Wilson, freshman KOETT, TERRY, Beipre, freshman KOHL, KENNETH, Ellis, junior KOLLING, ANNETTE, Winfield, sophomore KOONS, LARRY, Sharon Springs, sophomore KQOPS, BOB, Downs, sophomore KOOTZ, KATHLEEN, Kanopolis, sophomore KOPKE, SANDRA, Hays, freshman KOPTIK, CAROLYN, Great Bend, freshman KOSTER, ARTHUR, Cawker City, junior KOUGH, ROGER, Winona, freshman KOZUB, DENNIS, Hamburg, N, Y., sophomore KRAMER, MARK, Geneseo, junior KRAMPE, DONALD, Seward, junior KRAUSE, JANET, Topeka, freshman KRAUSE, PEG, Albion, Nebn, junior KREFT, GARNOLD, Natoma, freshman KREITLER, RALPH, Hays, junior KRENZEL, STEVEN, Leoti, freshman KREUTZER, ALLEN, Hays, sophomore KRIER, SHERYL, Claflin, junior KRILEY, KAY, Esbon, junior KRILEY, ROLAND, Stockton, freshman KROBOTH, PATRICIA, Wilson, sophomore KRUG, PAMELA, Hoisington, junior KRULL, CHRISTINA, Hays, junior KRUSE, JANICE, Oakley, freshman KUHLMAN, RICHARD, Smith Center, junior KUHLMAN, RON, Oakiey, freshman KUHLMAN, SHIRLEY, Smith Center, freshman KUHN, TIMOTHY, Cawker City, freshman KUHN, TOM, Cawker City, freshman LADENBURGER, ROBERT, Grainfieid, sophomore LAHEY, DARCY, Moscow, sophomore LAM PE, DEBBIE, St. Francis, sophomore LANDRY, CAROLYN, LaCrosse. freshman LANG, MARY, Hays, freshman LASHELL, BRENDA, Utica, freshman LAS PISA, PHYLLIS, Hays, freshman LAWRENZ, RONALD, Herington, sophomore LAWSON, MARY BETH, Milford, junior LAWYER, JOHN, Goodland, junior LEATHERWOOD, DICK, Cimarron, freshman LECOUNT, ALVIN, Norton, sophomore 30 T Classes Le-Ma LEDELL, JULIA, McPherson, sophomore LEE, ANITA, Downs, sophomore LEGERE, MADELLA, Penokee. freshman LEGG, BEVERLY, Osborne, freshman LEG LEI TER, JANICE, Hays, sophomore LEHMAN, JOHN, Shawnee Mission, junior LEIKER, ALLEN, Hays, junior LEIKER, DICK, Hays, freshman LEIKER, ERNIE, Hays, freshman LEIKER, JEN ELLEN, Hays, sophomore LEINEN, DANNY, Simpson, junior LEIS, BARBARA, Fowler, junior LEIS, CAROL DA, Fowler, freshman LEIS, PEGGY, Fowler, freshman LEITNER, GARY, Goodland, freshman LEITNER, RANDY, Herndon, junior LENZ, PAMELA, Ellis, junior LEONARD, DAVID, Lakin, sophomore LEWALLEN, WARREN, Oakley, fresh man LEWIS, CYNTHIA, Victoria, freshman LIBAL, DEBRA, Luray, sophomore LIENBERGER, SHELLEY, Phillipsburg, freshman LIGGETT, JANIE, Mullinville, junior LINCOLN, CHERYL, Oberlin, freshman L1NDBERG, CURTIS, Courtland, sophomore LIND8ERG, SONJA, Sublette, junior LINENBERGER, JANICE, Hays, sophomore LINENBERGER, MARY LOU, Hays, junior LING, RQSANNE, Jetmore, freshman LIPPERT, NYLA, Bison, freshman LITZENBERGER, GARY, Jetmore, freshman LIVINGSTON, CHERI, Oceanside, Calif, , sophomore LOCKE, JANELL, Stockton, freshman LODOVICI, VICKIE, Victoria, freshman LOHMULLER, MONICA, Great Bend, freshman LOHOEFENER, DEBRA, Oberlin, junior LONG, LARRY, Wichita, freshman LONG, STEVE, Larned, freshman LOOK, LAWRENCE, Stockton, junior LOPEZ, JERRY, Cimarron, freshman LORENZ, ANITA, Bison, junior LORSON, DEBRA, Hope, freshman LUEDKE, DENNIS, Atwood, junior LUHMAN, SUSAN, Natoma, junior LYNCH, SUE, Hugoton, freshman MACY, RONALD, Portis, freshman MADDEN, MARIE, Wichita, freshman MADDY, WILLIAM, Stockton, junior 302 Classes Mah-Mat MAHER, DEBBIE, Great Bend, sophomore MAHONEY, GREG, Stockton, freshman MAI, DEBBIE, Utica, freshman MAI, RANDALL, Russell, freshman MAIFELD, BETTY, Denver, Colo,, sophomore MAJOR, RONALD, Dorrance, junior MAJOR, STEVEN, Dorrance, sophomore MALINOWSKY. KIRK, Ellis, freshman MANEE, JAMES, Bridgeton, Mo., junior MANGUS, DANNY, Kanorado, junior MAN HART, ALICE, Grainfield, freshman MAN HART, DON, Grainfield, junior MANN, LYNN, Satanta, freshman MARES, ALAN, Norton, freshman MARES, JERRY, Natoma, sophomore MARES, KERRY, Natoma. sophomore MAR, JOHN, Great Bend, junior MARCOTTE, MICHAEL, Victoria, junior MARCY, LYNN, Offerle, freshman MARRS, DENTON, Meade, junior MARSH, DAVID, Waveriy, freshman MARTI, LINDA, Bern, freshman MARTIN, DIANE, Tescott, freshman MARTIN, MELANIE, Overland Park, freshman MARTIN, PAUL, Utica, junior MARTIN, TOM, Howard, freshman MASON, DENNIS, Hays, junior MATEYEC, CHARLENE, Ellinwood, sophomore MATHES, JOHN, Norton, freshman MATTESON, DORIS, Phillipsburg, junior 303 Classes Ma-Me MATTISON, KATHY, Salina, freshman MAUP1N, TOM, Paradise, sophomore MAXWELL, MARSHA, Guinter, freshman MAY, CONNIE, Oberlin, junior MAYHEW, PAULA, Plain ville, freshman MAZE, LARRY t Ellsworth, freshman McADOO, LESLIE, Hays, junior McAFEE, KATHY, Duncan, OKIa., junior McCALL, BILL, Ulysses, freshman McCANDLESS, LINDA, St John, sophomore McCASLIN, TRUDY, Copeland, junior McCLELLAN, CRAIG, Glasco, freshman McCLINTOCK, JONI, Simpson, freshman McCOMB, KATHRYN, Stockton, freshman McCORMICK, PATTY, LaCrosse, freshman McCRORY, CAROLYN, WaKeeney, junior McCUNE, KATHLEEN, Bazine, freshman McCUME, TERRY, Meade, junior McDANIEL, RODNEY, Sharon, junior MCDONALD, SUSAN, Hays, freshman McFALL, ARLENE, Ransom, sophomore McFARLAND, GALEN, Norton, sophomore McFARLAND, MARLYS t Ensign, sophomore McGINLEY, RICHARD, Dodge City, junior McGOVERN, MARY E., Garden City, freshman McHENRY, JIM, Hays, freshman McKAIN, LINDA, Milton vale, junior McKEE, CAROLINE, Hays, junior McKENNA, MICHAEL, Jennings, sophomore McLAIN, JERRY, Ellsworth, junior McLEISH, BILL, Alamota, freshman McMULLEN, DAVID, Piainville, junior McMURTRIE, VALLERIE, Hays, sophomore McNICHOLS, MARCIA, Burr Oak, sophomore McVICAR, JANENE, Sedgwick, sophomore MEAIRS, DEBRA, Nashville, sophomore MEAIRS, WAYNE MECKEL, MELODY, Hays, freshman MEEK, BRENDA, Claflin, freshman MEIER, REBECCA, Satanta, freshman M El REIS, DWAINE, Goodiand, junior MEIROWSKY, JEANINE, Peabody, junior MEIS, HAROLD, Hays, sophomore MEIS, LYNN, Hays, freshman MEITLER, MARY LYNN, Lucas, freshman MERMIS, BARBARA, Gorham, freshman MERMIS, CLYDE, HAYS, sophomore MERMIS, RICHARD, Hays, junior 304 Classes Me-Mo MERRIFIELD, TERRY, Agra, junior MESKIMEM, ALENE, Hays, freshman METZLER, LAWRENCE, Brewster, freshman METZLER, ROBERT, Brewster, junior MEYER, MARK, Macksvilte, junior MICHEL, BONNIE, Russell, freshman MICHEL, STAN, Kiowa, junior MICHEL, THOMAS, Albert, freshman MICK, RUSSELL, Osborne, freshman MICKELSON, CINDY, Ellis, freshman MICKEY, ALLAN, Saiina, sophomore MILEY, KATHIE, Kanopolis, junior MILLER, CHYLTON, Wichita, freshman MILLER, DAN, Hays, freshman MILLER, DANNY, Cimarron, sophomore MILLER, DENIS, Kensington, junior MILLER, GERALDENE, Cedar, freshman MILLER, JUDY, Great Bend, junior MILLER, JUNE, Hoisington, junior MILLER, KATHLEEN, Glasco, freshman MILLER, MICHAEL, Claflin, sophomore MILLER, RONALD, Hays, freshman MILLER, TOM, Hays, sophomore MILLION, KATHY, PhiiNpsburg, freshman MILLS, ANN, Russell, freshman MILLSTEAD, MARTHA, Overland Park, junior MINKS, DIANE, Ulysses, freshman MIN NEMAN, JEFF, Selina, sophomore MINNEMAN, ROBERT, Trescott, junior MISAK, CONNIE, Anthony, freshman MISEGADIS, DEBRA, Rush Center, freshman MOLBY, NATHAN, Cawker City, freshman MONTGOMERY, ALAN, Norton, freshman MONTGOMERY, CONNIE, McDonald, junior MONTOIA, THOMAS, Norton, freshman MOORE, BRIAN, Leoti, freshman MOORE, CAROLYN, Belle Plaine. sophomore MOORE, CONNIE, St. Francis, freshman MOORE, LINDA, Leoti. sophomore MOORE, MARGARET, Great Bend, junior MOORE, SHARON, Phillipsburg, freshman MORGAN, ALEXIS, Dodge City, junior MORGAN, ALLEN, Caney, junior MORGAN, MARY, Bartlesville, Okla., sophomore MGRLEY, GARY, Wichita, freshman MORRIS, DONNA, Hill City, sophomore MORRIS, JOHN, Hays, freshman MORRIS, LINDA, Hays, sophomore 30S Classes Mo-No MORRIS, MARY, Paxico, freshman MORRIS, PAT, Hutchinson, junior MORRISH, MARY, Albuquerque, N M., sophomore MORTON, MARY, Hays, sophomore MORTON, ROYCE, Ellis, junior MOSER, MICHAEL, Columbus, Nebr., junior MOTZ, BETTY, Selden, junior MO WRY, MELBA, Hoxie, sophomore MOXTER, LOWELL, Cawker City, sophomore MOYER, KATHLENE, Norcatur, sophomore MUCK, CHERYL, Downs, sophomore MUIR, DANA, Stockton, freshman MUIRHEAD, LEANN, Oberlin, junior MULLENIX, PATRICIA, Garden City, sophomore MULLER, GAIL, Minneapolis, freshman MUNSCH, MARY, Hays, junior MUNSEY, JIM, Mankato, sophomore MURPHY, CONNIE, Hays, freshman MURPHY, KEVIN, Hope, sophomore N ALLEY, CINDY, Olathe, freshman NASH, LORRAINE, Larned, freshman NAYLOR, PAT, Concordia, junior NEADERHISER, PAMELA, Longford, sophomore NEEDHAM, LESLIE, Oberlin, freshman NESDHART, PAUL, Hoisington, sophomore NELSON, JON, Johnson, sophomore NELSON, JOYCE, Goodland, junior NELSON, RUSSELL, Glasco, freshman NELSSEN, JUDITH, Smith Center, freshmar NEUMAN, MARK, Elkhart, Ind., junior NEWCOMER, DONNA, Hill City, freshman NEWQUIST, WALDO, Cawker City, freshman NICHOL, DANA, Hill City, sophomore NICHOLAS, CONNIE, Johnson, freshman NICKELS, ROBERT, Columbus, Nebr., junior NICKELSON, TERRY, Oakley, sophomore NICOLET, SHARON, Great Bend, junior NIERMEIER, DEBRA, Stockton, Junior NIERMEIER, STANLEY, Hoxie, junior NIERMEIER, VICKI, Ludeil, junior NIERNBERGER, NANCY, Ellis, freshman NILSSON, KAREN, Los Alamos. N, M., junior NIPPLE, DONALD, Moscow, sophomore NIPPLE, FREDRICK, Moscow, junior NOEL, NANCY, Glasco, junior NONDORF, SHELLEY, Hoxie, sophomore NOONE, JAMES, Jennings, sophomore NORDBERG, ERNEST, Tribune, sophomore 306 Classes No-Op NORTON, LINDA, Colorado Springs, Colo., sophomore NOTTINGHAM, DEBORAH, Scott City, sod homo re NOVINGER, CARL . Plains, junior NUCKOLLS, RHONDA, Burden, sophomore NUSSER, TERRY, Jetmore, junior NYHOFF, SUZANNE, Downs, sophomore OBERT, MARK, Esbon, sophomore OCHS, JOAN, Hoisington, junior OCHS, LYNETTE, Russell Springs, junior OCHSNER, SUSAN, St. Francis, freshman ODEN, LINDA, Russell, sophomore ODLE, GARY, Glen Elder, sophomore OELKE, DENNIS, Hoxie, junior OETTING, JEAN, Hays, freshman O’HARE, CYNTHIA, Oberlin, freshman OHLEMEIER, JERRY, Wa Keeney, freshman OLINGER, JOHN, Hugoton, junior OLIPHANT, CHARLOTTE, Claflin, junior OLSON, DAVID, Colby, junior OLSON, DOROTHY, Concordia, junior OLSON, MARY, Red Cloud, Nebr sophomore OLSON, RANDY, Oberlin, freshman GLUSHOLA, BOLA, Nigeria, freshman OPLINGER, WANDA, Jewell, freshman 307 Classes Or-Pe GRINGDERFF, RICHARD, Sublette, sophomore ORR, ROBERT, Logan, freshman OR WIG, BETH, Abilene, sophomore OSBORNE, RODNEY, Hanston, sophomore OSBURN, GARY, Peabody, sophomore OSWALD, CHERYL, Luray, freshman OTIS, DARA, Agra, freshman O ' TOOLE, DAVID, Oberlin, junior OTTE, BARBARA, Downs, sophomore PAHLS, DENNIS, Cawker City, sophomore PAHLS, PAT, Downs, sophomore PALMER, DOUG, Hays, sophomore PANZER, TOM, Victoria, sophomore PAPON, BRUCE, Fredonia. junior PAPPAS, ELENA, Overland Park, freshman PARKER, GARY, Garden City, junior PARKER, JACQUELINE, Wichita, sophomore PARKER, MARY, Plainville, junior PARKS, CAROL, Esbon, sophomore PARKS, MARK, Johnson, freshman PARKS, MICHAEL, Esbon, freshman PARSONS, MARK, Pratt, freshman PARSONS, PAMELA, Hunter, sophomore PATRY, KENNETH, Colwich, junior PATTERSON, BETH, Anthony, freshman PATTERSON, JEAN, Hays, freshman PAULEY, PATRICIA, Gypsum, freshman PAULS, GLENN, Johnson, freshman PAVLU, PAUL, Hays, freshman PEACH, HELEN, LaCrosse, freshman PEACOCK, KATHRYN, Bird City, freshman PEARCE, MICHELLE, Spearville, junior PEARSON, BILL, Beloit, sophomore PEC HAN EC, STEPHEN, Timken, sophomore PECK, TERESA, Bunker Hill, freshman PEERY, ANNETTE, Liberal, freshman PEINTNER, ROBERT, Spearville. junior PEKAREK, KEVIN t Holy rood, freshman PEKAREK, RITA,. Wilson, sophomore PENNINGTON, EUGENE, Liberal, sophomore PENNINGTON, STEPHANIE, Liberal, freshman PERKINS, GEORGIA, Kirwin, freshman PERON, GARY, Downs, sophomore PETER, LARRY, Clay Center, sophomore PETERS, JANICE, Utica, junior PETERS, LINDA, Otis, sophomore PETERS, ROBERT, Pawnee Rock, sophomore PETERS, SANDRA, Almena, sophomore 308 Classes Pe-Qu PETERS, STEPHEN, Goodland, junior PETERS, TERRY, Goodland, junior PETERSILIE, DOUGLAS, Ness City, junior PETRI K, CHARLES, Hays, sophomore PFANNENSTIEL, DIANA, Hays, junior PFANNENSTIEL, GALEN, Ransom, freshman PFANNENSTIEL, JOANNE, Ness City, junior PFANNENSTIEL, LINUS, Hays, junior PFANNENSTIEL, MARK, Hays, freshman PFEIFER, DIANE, Hays, freshman PFEIFTER, KENNETH, Ellis ' freshman PFEIFER, PATTI, Ellis, sophomore PFORTMILLER, CAROLYN, Natoma, junior PHILLIPS, KEITH, Hoisington, freshman PIENTKA, STEVE, Abilene, freshman PIERCE, BONNIE, Hays, freshman PIERCE, JIM, Hays, freshman PIERCE, KENT, Dodge City, junior PIERCE, MARTHA, Hill City, sophomore PIERCE, MARY LYNN, Hays, freshman PIERCE, PATRICIA, Hifl City, sophomore PISHNY, MARILYN, Waterville, freshman PITTMAN, BETTY, Fowler, junior PLATT, MICHAEL, Burr Oak, sophomore POOL, KATHY, Kinsley, freshman POORE, KATHY, Stockton, sophomore POORE, LINDA, Stockton, junior POPP, CONNIE, Russell, freshman POPP, DEBRA, St Francis, freshman PORTER, KATHY, Glen Elder, freshman PORTER, TIM, Glen Elder, freshman PORTSCHY, JEAN, Herndon, sophomore POTTER, MICHAEL, Great Bend, sophomore POTTER, RICHARD, Arnold, sophomore POWERS, RON, Scott City, sophomore PRATHER, WILLIAM, Gove, freshman PRATT, LYNN, Hoxie, freshman PRESLEY, JOHN, Brewster, sophomore PREUSS, LARRY, Phillipsburg, sophomore PRUSA, DEBORA, Portis, freshman PRUSA, STEVE, Claftin, junior PRUTER, ROGER, Natoma, junior PTACEK, TERRY, Ellsworth, freshman PUGH, LAURA, St. Francis, junior PUNDSACK, JOANNE, Great Bend, freshman PUYEAR, VINCE, Greenburg, sophomore PYKE, THOMAS, Abilene, sophomore QUAST, DANNY, Topeka, freshman 309 Classes Qu-Re QUINT, HOLLY! Hill City, freshman RABAS, ALAN, Luray, sophomore RACK, DONALD, Hays, freshman RADCLIFFE, DIANA, Hill City, sophomore RADER, MARSHA, Mullinvilie, sophomore RAGAN, PHILIP, Kiowa, junior RAJEWSKI, DIANE, Victoria, sophomore RAJEWSKI, JOHN, Victoria, freshman RAMPY, TROY, Sedgwick, junior RAND, CHARLENE, Clifton, junior RANDEL, DEBORAH, Hays, junior RANDLE, JOYCE, Ulysses, freshman RANDOLPH, L ENNIS, Jennings, sophomore RAPP, DONNA, Ellinwood. sophomore RATH BUN, CONNIE, Lincoln, freshman RATHGEBER, CAROL, Hardtner, sophomore RAUCH, WALT, Tribune, sophomore RAUSCHER, WILLIAM, Edson, freshman RAVEN, MARK, St. John, junior RAZAK, SCOTT, Hays, freshman READY, ESTHER, Oberiin. freshman RE DEL, MARY JO, Hays, sophomore REECE, STEVE, Downs, sophomore REES, HOWARD, Lincoln, sophomore REGAN, COLLEEN, Garden City, sophomore REGIER, WAYNE, Hutchinson, sophomore RESFSCHNEIDER, PAUL, LaCrosse, sophomore REIN, DALE, Bazine, junior REIN, KENNETH, Russell, sophomore REIN, MARILYN, Russell, freshman 310 Classes Re-Ro REINERT, ROSALIE, Atwood, sophomore REINKING, VICTOR, Tescott, junior REMMERT, RICK, Great Bend, junior REMPE, EDWARD, Plainville, junior REMPE, FRANCIS, Plainville, sophomore RENICK, ILA, Ingalls, freshman RENJCK, MARK, Ingalls, freshman RENNER, SHEILA, LaCrosse, sophomore REYNOLDS, SUSAN, Russell, freshman REYSTEAD, MIKE, Scott City, freshman RHODEN, BRAD, WaKeeney, freshman RICHARDSON, GAIL, Wilmore, freshman RICHARDSON, MARTHA, St. John, junior RICHMEIER, LAURA, Morland, junior RIDDLE, DEBBIE, Wichita, junior RIEBEL, JIM, Great Bend, junior RIEBEL, STEVE, Minneola, freshman RIEDEL, JAN IS, WaKeeney, junior RIEDEL, KATHRYN, Hays, junior RIEDEL, MARY, Hays, freshman RIEDEL, ROBERT, Hays, sophomore RIEGEL, SHERRY, Ford, sophomore RIGGS, PHYLLIS, Lawrence, junior RIGOR, BRENDA, Weskan, junior RILEY, KRISTA, Valley Center, freshman RINEHART, JODI, Ford, freshman RINKER, RANDY, Greensburg, junior RIPPE, RONALD, ludeli, sophomore RISHELL, PAM, Anthony, freshman ROACH, ORVAN, Alton, freshman 31 ! Classes Ro-Ru ROBBEN, BILL, Waiker, freshman ROBBEN, EUGENE, Hays, junior ROBBEN, GENEVIEVE, Osborne, freshman ROBBEN, GEORGENE, Grainfield, junior ROBBEN, KATHLEEN, Oakley, freshman ROBBINS, LEONARD, Hays, sophomore ROBERTS, ALAN, Daman junior ROBERTS, JAN, Hays, freshman ROBERTS, SHIRLEY, Quinler, sophomore ROBERTS, TONA, Lewis, freshman ROBERTS, WAYNE, Gove, sophomore ROBERTSON, DAVE, Lawrence, junior ROBERTSON, JACK, Greensburg, junior ROBINSON, JOEL, Hays, freshman ROBINSON, RUTH, Hays, junior ROBINSON, WILLIAM, Hays, junior ROBISON, SUSAN, Qberlin, freshman ROEMER, DOUGLAS, Grainfield, sophomore ROEMER, TIMA, Grainfield, sophomore ROGERS, JOYCE, Atwood, freshman ROGERS, KATHRYN, Plainville, freshman ROGERS, LINDA, Piainvilie, sophomore ROGERS, MAXINE, Holcomb, sophomore ROGERS, PAM, Plainville. junior ROHLEDER, GERALD, Hays, sophomore ROLFS, DENNY, Geneseo, junior ROMANUCCI, DAWN, KanopoNs, junior ROME, STEPHEN, Victoria, freshman ROQS, KATHLEEN, Shawnee, junior ROSE, MONTE, Cunningham, junior ROSE, SHARON, Phillipsburg, freshman ROSE, TERRANCE, Scott City, sophomore ROSS, JERRY, Luray, junior ROSS, MARY, Luray. freshman ROSS, MICHAEL, Silver Spring, Md. P sophomore ROTH, DIANE, Garden City, junior ROTH t DONNA, Bison, freshman ROTHENBERGER, STEVE, Great Bend, junior ROTROCK, CHESTER, Salina, freshman RGURKE, LOUISE, Brownell, freshman ROUSH, RODNEY, Wichita, freshman ROWLAND, DEBBIE, Newton, freshman RUCKER, CHRISTOPHER, Burdett, junior RUDA, MARY, Atwood, sophomore RUDA, ROSE, Atwood, junior RUDER, RAN ELL, Hays, freshman RUFF, LYNETTE, Ness City, sophomore RUMMEL, KATHRYN, McDonald, junior 312 Classes Ru-Sc RUPKE, CHARLYN, Hays, sophomore RUPP, CHARLES, Hays, freshman RUPP, JAMES, Ellis, freshman RUPP, MARLENE, Ness City, freshman RUPP, NAOMI, Ellis, junior RUPP, STEPHEN, Hays, freshman RUPP, STEVE, Ellis, freshman RUSH, LINDA, Naloma, junior RUSS, EDWARD, Phillipsburg, junior SAIN DON, GREG, Zurich, sophomore SAMPLES, DAVID, Stafford, freshman SANDELL, GAROLD, Republic, junior SANDER, CECILIA, Hays, sophomore SANDERS, JOHNNY, Wichita, junior SANDERS, PATTI, Pratt, sophomore SAN DOW, GERRI, Hope, freshman SANKO, LINDA, SpearvilJe, junior SARMIENTO, MARIO, Venezuela, freshman SARMIENTO, MARTA, Venezuela, freshman SATTERFIELD, DONALD, Shawnee, freshman SAUER, GERALD, Brownell, sophomore SAYLER, KAREN, Great Bend, junior SCHAEFER, ELLEN, Holyrood, freshman SCHAEFFER, GARY, Assaria, freshman SCHAFFER, STEVEN, Assaria, sophomore SCHAMBER, DENNIS, Phillipsburg, junior SCHARDEIN, MICHAEL, Great Bend, freshman SC HECK, DENNIS, Gorham, freshman SCHEER, JOHN, Hays, sophomore SC HEM PER, CATHALEE, Prairie View, freshman SCHENK, DEBBIE, Great Bend, freshman SCHERLING, DEBORAH, Osborne, freshman SCHEVE, TERRY, Herndon, junior SC HI EWE, VALORIE, Preston, junior SCHILTZ, DELORES, Selden, freshman SC H INSTOCK, VICKI, Spearville, sophomore SCHIPPERS, MARK, Grainfield, freshman SCH1PPERS, MARY, Hays, freshman SCHLEGEL, ENID, Alexander, freshman SCHMALZRIED, MARSHA, Dighton, sophomore SCHMEIDLER, SHEILA, Hays, freshman SCHMEIDLER, WANDA, Gorham, freshman SCHMIDT, DAVID, Hays, junior SCHMIDT, ERMA, Hays, freshman SCHMIDT, GARY, Hays, junior SCHMIDT, KATHERINE, WaKeeney, junior SCHMIDT, MARLA, Catherine, junior SCHMIDT, MARYBETH, Hays, freshman 313 Classes Sc-Se SCHMIDT, MICHAEL, Grand Island, Nebr.. junior SCHMIDT, RAMON, Catharine, junior SCHMIDT, SUSAN, Ellis, freshman SCHMIDTBERGER, GERALD, Victoria, sophomore SCHMIDTBERGER, JAMES, Victoria, freshman SCHMIDTBERGER, RAYMOND, Victoria, junior SCHNEIDER, RONALD, Osborne, junior SCHNEWEIS, KATHLEEN, Claflin, junior SCHNEWEIS, LOtS, Hoisington, sophomore SCHOENTHALER, BRIAN, Ellis, sophomore SCHONTHALER, SUSAN, Palco, junior SCHOONOVER, JEFF, Ulysses, junior SCHRADER, LEWIS, Kinsley, freshman SCHRECK, THOMAS, Marienthal, freshman SCHREMMER, LOU ANN, Hoisington, sophomore SGHRIOCK, LYNN, Shields, freshman SCHRODER, PEGGY, Hays, freshman SCHROEDER, RICHARD, Hays, freshman SCHROEDER, TERRY, Smith Center, junior SCHUCKMAN, DEBRA, Brownell, junior SCHUCKMAN, JANET, Arnold, freshman SGHUKMAN, JOHN, Hays, junior SCHULTE, JANE, Walker, sophomore SCHULTE, LUANNE, Norton, freshman SCHULTE, MARY, Walker, freshman SCHULTE, PAULA, Norton, junior SCHULTZ, ARLEN, Holyrood, junior SCHULTZ, CARLA, Russell, freshman SCHULTZ, KEVIN, Holyrood, freshman SCHULTZ, KIM, Great Bend, freshman SCHUMACHER, CALVIN, Hays, sophomore SCHUMACHER, PAUL, Humphrey, Nebr junior SCHUSTER, LOIS, Ellis, freshman SCHUSTER, MIKE, Ellis, junior SCHWARTZ, DONNA, Russell, sophomore SCHWARTZKOPF, MARIBETH, Ransom, freshman SCHWARZ, JEFF, Hays, freshman SCHWARZ, LEONA, Grinnell, junior SCHWEIN, JERRY, Atchison, sophomore SCHWIETERMAN, OMER, Syracuse, sophomore SCOTT, KENNETH, Salina, junior SEIB, THOMAS, Hays, junior SEJKORA, LELAND, Summerfieid, junior SEKAVEC, MARVIN, Brownell, freshman SELF, GAYLE, Salina. freshman SELLERS, PAT, Phillipsburg, freshman SELLERS, RICHARD, Phillipsburg, junior SELTMANN, TOM, Nekoma, freshman 314 Classes Se-Sm SETTLES, CHERYL, Olathe, junior SHAHAN, NEVA, Goodiand, junior SHANK, JEAN, Ness City, sophomore SHANK, MYRA, Bison, junior SHAVER, NED, St, Francis, freshman SHAW, ROBERTA, Hoxie, junior SHAW, RON, Selden, freshman SHEAR MIRE, GREGG, Garden City, freshman SHEETS, DEBORAH, Lincoln, junior SHEIL, CORINNE, Liberal, sophomore SHELTON, BARBARA, Misson, freshman SHERMAN, JOHN, Ellsworth, junior SHIRA, DIANTHA, Dodge City, junior SHIRK, KAREN, Friend, junior SHIRLEY, JIM, Medicine Lodge, freshman SHOEMAKER, CAROLYN, St. Francis, freshman SHOEMAKER, DAVID, Palco, freshman SHORTRIDGE, KARI, Jetmore, freshman SHRIWISE, MARK, Jetmore, freshman SHRYOCK, DAVID, Shawnee Mission, sophomore SHULSKY, MIKE, Overland Park, junior SHUSTER, BECKY, Medicine Lodge, freshman SIEFKES, CAROL, Hudson, junior SIEFKES, CHARLOTTE, Eflinwood, junior SIEFKES, ROBERT, Hays, junior SIEFKES, VERLIN, Hudson, junior SIGLINGER, MARLIN, Phillipsburg, junior SILKMAN, DEBBY, Hays, freshman SILKMAN, PATRICIA, Hays, freshman SIMMONS, KURT, Shawnee, freshman SIMONS, DON, Marienthal, junior SIMONS, NANCY, Marienthal, sophomore SIMPSON, DONNIE, Wichita, sophomore SIMPSON, LOLA, Jetmore, sophomore SIMS, VAN, Meade, junior SKRDLANT, DAWN, Norton, junior SKUCIUS, SUSAN, Belteville, junior SLAVIK, DARYL, Kensington, junior SLEICHTER, KIRK, Palco, sophomore SLIPKE, MIKE, New Almelo, freshman SLIPKE, PAMELA, New Almelo, junior SLOAN, HOWARD, Norton, sophomore SLOAN, KAREN, Hays, freshman SLOAN, MARY, Hays, junior SMITH, CAROL, Russell, freshman SMITH, CHARLES, Bird City, freshman SMITH, DALE, Wichita, freshman SMITH, DAVID, Hays, junior 315 Classes Sm-St SMITH, GLENDA, Lenora, junior SMITH, JAMES, Moscow, sophomore SMITH, RHONDA, Agra, freshman SMITH, RICK, Ellis, junior SMITH, VICKY, Stockton, sophomore SMULL, THOMAS, St. Francis, sophomore SNIDER, ALAN, Ellis, freshman SOBBA, BARBARA, Fowler, freshman SOB BA, STEVEN, Fowler, sophomore SOEKEN, MARK, Lyons, freshman SQEKEN, NANCY, Claflin, sophomore SOELTER, GREG, Ulysses, freshman SOLKO, PATRICIA, Herndon, sophomore SOLT, ELDEN, Belvue, junior SOPER, SUE ANN, Palco, freshman SPADY, DWAYNE, Liberal, junior SPANGLER, SUE, Ulysses, sophomore SPENCER, LORRAINE, Olathe, freshman SPIESS, JERRY, Hays, freshman SPLAWN, BRAD, Bunker Hill, freshman SPRAGUE, STEVE, Goodland, freshman SPREIER, STEVE, Rozel, sophomore STAHL, BRUCE, Sedgwick, junior STANDARD, LEA, Winona, freshman STANDISH, GREG, Goodland, freshman STANDISH, JUDY, Seward, sophomore STAND LEY, TWILA, Kensington, sophomore STANG, MARILYN, Victoria, sophomore STANSRELD, JANE, Shawnee Mission, sophomore STATEN, RANDY, Dodge City, sophomore 316 Classes St-Th STEARNS, DEANNA, Cawker City, sophomore STECKLEIN, KATHLEEN, Hays, junior STECKLEIN, VIRGINIA, Hays, junior STEEN, KAREN, LaCrosse, freshman STEIMEL, CAROL, Ciaflin. junior STEINER, KATHY, Olmitz, junior STELZER, TERRY, Coats, sophomore STEPHEN, DIANA, Bogue, freshman STEPHENS, GREG, Jennings, junior STEPHENS, ROGER, Ciaflin, junior STEPP, MARY, Burr Oak, sophomore STEVENS, EUGENE, Aurora, Colo., junior STEWART, GRETCHEN, Lyons, freshman STINEMETZ, PHILLIP, Edmond, freshman STONE, JERRY, Abilene, freshman STONE, MARLA, Dodge City, sophomore STORM, LINDA, Hays, junior STOUT, KENNETH, Goodland, sophomore STRAMEL, PHIL, Hays, junior STRAMEL, STEPHEN, McCook, Nebr., sophomore STROMQUIST, LYNNE, Liberal, junior STUEWE, FAYE, Alma, freshman SUELTER, CAROL, Westfall, junior SUELTER, STANLEY, Lincoln, junior SULLIVAN, KAY, Hays, junior SULZMAN, ANNETTE, Qberlin, sophomore SUP RES, SHEILA, Bison, freshman SUTOR, DARLA, Zurich, freshman SUTTON, BARBARA, Greensburg, sophomore SWART, SANDL Grinnell, junior SWARTZ, DAVID, Salina, freshman SWISHER, CONNIE, Phillipsburg, freshman SWISHER, LANA, Greensburg, junior TACHA, CHERYL, Jennings, freshman TACHA, ROGER, Jennings, sophomore TATE, JOLECE, Medicine Lodge, sophomore TAYLOR, JO ANN, Hutchinson, freshman TAYLOR, LOIS, Waldo, freshman TEMPLE, CHRISTIE, Lindsborg, freshman THACKER, DARLENE, Paradise, freshman THACKER, KATHY, Luray, sophomore THALHEIM, VERLAINE, Long Island, sophomore THARP, CINDY, Pratt, junior THAYER, TERESA, Belleville, junior THQMAN, PAM, Russell, freshman THOMAS, CHARLES, Wichita, freshman THOMAS, DOROTHY, Jetmore, sophomore THOMPSON, FAYE, Genesee, freshman 317 Classes Th-Ve THOMPSON, CRAIG, Isabel, junior THOMPSON, MARSHA, Wichita, freshman TILL BERG, GORDON, Salina, freshman TIMKEN, BECKY, Cimarron, sophomore TIPPERY, KAREN, Goodland, sophomore TITTEL, MARLENE, Bazine, sophomore TOBIAS, SUSAN, Lyons, freshman TODD, LARRY, Hays, junior TOMASU, ROBYN, Meade, sophomore TOMLIN, KAREN, Dodge City, junior TOMLINSON, DEBORAH, Hays, sophomore TOOT, CAROL, Hays, junior TOTTEN, DEBORAH, Shawnee Mission, freshman TOUSLEE, TERRY, St. Francis, sophomore TOWN LEY, LINDA, Phillipsburg, freshman TOWNS, RANDY, Stockton, junior TOWNSEND, KATHY, Lebanon, Nebr,. junior TRAINER, KAY, Hays, sophomore TRENT, ANNA, Pratt, junior TRESNER, LEON, Garden City, sophomore TRIPP, KERRY, Beloit, junior TROUT, KIMBERLY, Haysville, freshman TROYER, SCOTT, Glade, sophomore TRUMBULL, ROBERT, Middletown, N V., junior TUCKER, ALAN, Ashland, freshman TUCKER, JOYCE, Wichita, freshman TURKLE, JON, Haysville, sophomore TURNER, BEVERLY, McPherson, freshman TURNEY, CAROL, Hays, sophomore TWITCH ELL, BETTY, Rozel, sophomore UBELAKER, DOUGLAS, Osborne, junior UNKEL, PAMELA, Derby, freshman UNREIN, MARYBETH, Plainviile, junior UNRUH, DAVID, Burrton, sophomore UNRUH, GALEN, Pawnee Rock, junior UNRUH, MELINDA, Sharon, freshman URBAN, TERRANCE, Bison, junior URBANEK, CARL, Ellsworth, freshman . URRAZA, LUIS, Mexico, freshman VAN ALLEN, DAVID, Phillipsburg, freshman VAN DEUSEN, PAM, McCracken, junior VAN DOLAH, PATRICIA, Garden City, junior VAN DOREN, MARILYN, Hays, junior VAN EATON, DIANNA, Stockton, junior VAN PETTEN, BRUCE, Derby, freshman VARAH, LOUISE, Glmitz, freshman VAVRICKA, PAT, Oakley, sophomore VEH, CHARLES, Natoma, freshman 313 Classes Vi-We VICE! KENT, Wichita, freshman VINCENT, STEPHEN, Sterling, junior VINE, KENNETH, Hays, sophomore VINK, CRAIG, Great Bend, junior VOGEL, MARGARET, Topeka, freshman VOGELSBERG, MIKE, Salina, freshman VOHS, BERNADINE, Gaylord, sophomore VON AD A, DEBRA, Sylvan Grove, junior VONFELDT, ROGER, Hays, sophomore VORAN, LINDA, Cimarron, sophomore VRBAS, DALE, Atwood, sophomore WAGGONER, CHARLES, Morland, sophomore WAGNER, KEITH, Prairie View, freshman WAGNER, MARCIA, Paico, junior WAHLMEIER, MARLA, Norton, sophomore WAIT, JACQUELYN, Natoma, junior WALDMAN, JOLENE, Grainfield, freshman WALDSCHMIDT, GREGORY, Hays, sophomore WALKER, BARBARA, Meade, junior WALKER, MARY, Penalosa, sophomore WALKER, SHEILA, Dodge City, junior WALLACE, AVIS, Shallow Water, freshman WALLACE, SUSAN, Minneapolis, freshman WALSTRQM, CLAUDIA, Salina, sophomore WALTER, NANCY, St, Francis, freshman WALTERS, BERNITA, Hays, junior WALTERS, CHARLES, Hays, freshman WALTERS, CYNTHIA, Hays, sophomore WALTERS, DAVID, Hays, junior WALTERS, STEVEN, Hays, sophomore WARD, ROBERT, Ulysses, junior WARNER, BEVERLY, Hill City, sophomore WARNER, SUSAN, Anthony, sophomore WASINGER, BRUCE, Hays, sophomore WATKINS, JANICE, Hays, junior WEATHERHOLT, TOM, Ellis, freshman WEATHERS, DOUG, Great Bend, junior WEAVER, REUBEN, Utica, junior WEBB, DEBORAH, Alton, freshman WEBER, EILEEN, LaCrosse, junior WEBER, SUELLEN, LaCrosse, freshman WEBER, TERRY, Chicago, III, sophomore WEEKS, LARRY, Brownell, sophomore WEERS, DARLENE, Hays, junior WEERS, RICHARD, Hays, junior WEGELE, ALLEN, Otis, sophomore WEINMAN, MARY, Philiipsburg, sophomore WEINR1CH, JUDY, Hill City, freshman 319 Classes We-Wi WELCH, PATRICIA, Minneapolis, freshman WELLS, MARLIN, Garden City, sophomore WELTER, BARBARA, Dresden, sophomore WEN DEL, PATRICIA, Norton, freshman WENGER, VERNON, Powhattan, junior WENTE, CAROL, Norland, junior WERTH, BARBARA, Hays, junior WERTH, CONNETTE, Ness City, sophomore WERTH, DIANE, Schoenchen, freshman WERTH, JANEL, Hays, sophomore WERTH, JUDY, McCracken, sophomore WERTH, KEITH, Schoenchen, sophomore WERTH, TERRY, Hays, freshman WERTZ, MARY, Sharon Springs, sophomore WESSLING, DAVID, St, Louis, Mo., freshman WESSLING, JEANNE, New Cambria, freshman WEST, MYRNA, Rush Center, freshman WESTMACOTT, JOHN, Salina, sophomore WETZEL, BILL, Brownell, junior WHEELER, LINDA, Wa Keeney, sophomore WHERRY T MARGARET, WaKeeney, sophomore WHISLER, DOUG, Satanta. sophomore WHISMAN, CAROL, Palco, sophomore WHITE, CYNTHIA, Salina, freshman WHITE, GARY, Colby, sophomore WHITE, JAMES, Sublette, sophomore WHITE, PAUL, Salina, junior WHITE, ROBYN, Geneseo, sophomore WHITEHAIR, MARY, Abilene, sophomore WHITESIDE, GERALD, Hays, junior WHITESIDE, KARLA, Jetmore, junior WHORTON, MARLA, Great Bend, junior WICHERS, JOYCE, Beloit, junior WIEDEMAN, STEVE, LaCrosse, sophomore WIENS, JANICE, Meade ophomore WIGGINS, JOSEPHINb, Red Cloud, Nebr. sophomore WIGGINTON, JOYCELYN, Hoxie, sophomore WILKERSON, GARY, Manter, junior WILLEY, JUNE, Hays, freshman WILLIAMS, AMY, LaCrosse, sophomore WILLIAMS, DAVID, Denver, Colo., junior WILLIAMS, MAUREEN, Atwood, freshman WILLIAMS, MAX, Rolfa, junior WILLIAMS, NANCY, Smith Cente, , sophomore WILLIAMS, TERRY, Dodge City, junior WILLIS, BARBARA, Syracuse, freshman WILLITS, BARRY, Hays, freshman WILLOUR, RANDY, Ransom, freshman 320 ZIMMERMAN, RANDY, Medicine Lodge, freshman ZOLLMAN, PEGGY, Phillipsburg, freshman ZUKER, ANITA, Minneapolis, freshman Classes Wi-Zu WILSON, JERRY, Mankato, junior WILSON, MARCIA, Burr Oak. freshman WILSON, MELVA, Ulysses, freshman WILTSHIRE, LELANNE, Pratt, freshman WINDHOLZ, CAROLYN, Hays, sophomore WINDHOLZ, WAYNE, Hays, junior WIN ELAND, CALVIN, Saline, sophomore WITTHUHN, VERTA, Bazine, junior WITTMAN, JANE, Russell, junior W1TTMAN, LLOYD, Hays, junior WITWER, KATIE, Abilene, sophomore WOLAK, BEVERLY, Goodland, junior WOOD, GLENDA, Phillipsburg, freshman WOOD, HAROLD, Wichita, sophomore WOOD, KIM, Lamed, sophomore WOOD, VICKIE, Abilene, freshman WOODS, PATTI, Hays, sophomore WRIGHT, BARBARA, Hays, junior WYER, TERRY, Liberal, freshman WYLEY, KAY, Kirwin, junior YEAZEL, DAYNA, Kansas City, junior YELEK, BARBARA, Windsor, Colo., freshman YERADI, JOHN, LaCrosse, freshman YOHO, BOB, Liberal, junior YOUNG, MARSHA, Larned, freshman YOUNG, MILTON, Bogue, junior YOUNG, TERRI, Qberlin, sophomore YOUNT, BILL, Sublette, junior YOXALL, CHERYL, Phillipsburg, junior YU ST, DAVID, Sylvia, sophomore ZACHGO, TWILA, Hays, junior ZADINA, CHUCK, Mankato, junior ZEIGLER, DAN, Natoma, freshman ZEIGLER, JADEEN, Wilmore, freshman ZEIGLER, ZEARL, Wilmore, junior ZEIS, RICHARD, Lakewood, Ohio, sophomore ZERR, KATHY, GraJnfletd, sophomore ZERR, KEVIN, Grinnefl, junior ZILLINGER, ALAN, Phillipsburg, junior ZIMMER, WILMA, LaCrosse, sophomore ZIMMERMAN, DENNIS, Muliinvitie. sophomore ZIMMERMAN, KATHLEEN, Gove, freshman 32? 322 323 This is the story of the 1971-72 school year at Fort Hays State. You, the students, have made it memorable and we have shared the often lonely task of recording it for you. I hate to see this year end and the yearbook work finished. There is noth- ing to say but “thanks " to the ten other staff members who have made the book a reality. I’ve learned a lot about you and with you. The times we didn’t think it was worth it but kept on have paid off and I think we have a book to be proud of. Seeing the last pages shipped leaves me with an empty feeling and the wish that I could come back next year and start again. Although eleven of us have done the work on this book, with the help of " the best yearbook adviser in Kansas " , we don’t pretend to be big frogs in a little pond. We’ve all been swimming in this together. General Index A Abbott, Gregory . . 71 , 92, 162, 280 Abbott, Kevin 248 Abendshien, Barbara 280 Abercrombie, Glemeth 280 Abram, Lynda 280 ABRUZZI, WILLIAM 177, 226 Achenbach, Charles .183, 280 Adams, David . 141, 177 Adams, Duane . .172, 176, 248 Adams, Kevin 174, 248 Adams, Lyndel 195, 248 Adams, Mary 168, 170, 195, 280 Adams, Randal 280 ADAMS, DR. ROBERT 227 Adams, Sheryl 280 Adams, Thomas 280 Adkins, Cynthia 248 Adkins, Joshua 248 Adkins, Lynn 136, 148, 248 AGNEW HALL 54-55 Ah I berg, Richard. 118, 119, 280 Ahlvers, David 248 Ahrens, Kerry 1 73, 280 Ahrens, Kim 280 Ailshie, Johnna ..... 248 Akers. James . 248 Al herding. Gayle 280 Albers, Eileen . 280 Albers, Marvin 248 Albers, Robert 280 Albers, Ronald .161.180,280 Albin, Donna 280 Albrecht, Linda 280 Albright, John 280 Albright, Melanie 173, 280 Albright, Robert .148, 1 55, 248 Alexa, luann 168, 171, 280 Alexander, Clay 87 Alexander, Darwin 83, 280 Alexander, Dennis 190 Allen, Carol 168, 280 Allen, Cheryl .168, 280 Allen, James .183 Allen, Jody 248 ALLEN, L ILEENE 237 Allen, Linda 186, 248 Allen, Lori . , 248 Allen, Mary . , 182 Allen, Michael 280 Allison, Sheryl 168, 280 Allphin, Charles 280 Allphin, James ..... ,280 Allton, Jan 72 ALPHA KAPPA PSI 174 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA .... 1 54 APHAPHI OMEGA . J92 ALPHA PSI OMEGA 162 Altenbaumer, Linda 248 Alton, Nadine 178 Amerin, Leonard 175, 280 Amerine, Nadine 248 Ames, Charles , 156, 168, 169, 170, 172 Ames, Marfa 280 Amos, Myra 280 Amsberry, LaNelle 78, 1 75 Anakaputi, Somachi ..... .248 Andersen, Dennies 168, 1 70, 280 Anderson, Edna 72, 248 Anderson, Greg . 87 Anderson, Janet .178, 280 Anderson, Justus 99 Anderson, Kathryn 280 Anderson, Mary 280 Anderson. Melanie . , 248 Anderson, Rebecca 72, 1 73, 280 Andrew, Jimmie 280 Andrist, Debra ... 134, 139, 149, 171, 249 Andrist, Tina v . , . .171 Anschutz, Cynthia 249 Anschutz, Roger 249 Aponte, Hector ...... 1 1 0 Applebee, Rhonda 280 Applebee, Tamra. 135, 186, 280 Applegate, David 180, 280 Applegate, Dianne 145, 280 Applegate, Marcella .194, 249 Applegate, Rod 180, 193, 280 Applehans, Allen 280 Archer, Steven 174 Archibald, Curtis 249 Archuleta, Gayle 280 Arensman, Larry 194 Arguelles, Marta .... 1 96, 280 Arias, Jairo 196 Arias, Jimmy 196 Armbrister, Sherry , . 280 Armstrong, J. D 1 13, 1 17 Armstrong, Kenneth ... ,249 Armstrong, Larry 249 Arnhold, Charlotte 171, 249 Arnhold, Frank .99, 280 ARNHOLD, ROSE 1 77, 226 Arnhold, Betty 163, 249 Arnold, Linda 280 Arnold, Pauletta .249 Arnold, William . . .249 Arpin, Lefand 281 Artman, Christie 173 ARTMAN, ETHEL 33,208 Artman, Michael . .90, 124, 179 Asbury, Chuck 176 Aschwege, Kathleen . , 169, 281 Ashcraft, Michael ... .90, 173 Asmussen, Terry 281 Atchison. Phoebe 135 ATKINS, ALISON .221 Atkins, Reynolds 74 Atwood, Steve 1 79, 281 Augustine, Gary 281 Augustine, Elma 281 Augustine, Kerry 174, 249 Augustine, Richard 249 Austerman, Ronald. . 160, 176, 281 Austin, Wayne . .249 Austin, Rodney 281 Await, Samuel . ISO, 249 Awtrey, Rhonda 281 Axefson, Pamela 281 Ayres, Brad 172 Ayres, Kathy 281 Ayres, Miriam 172, 292 Baalman, Daniel ..... .173, 249 Baal man, Ronald . .249 B Baalman, Audrey .173, 176, 281 Baalman, Patricia .... 1 58, 249 Baar, Stephen 179 Babcock, Dane . 92, 281 Bach, Douglas 281 Bachand, Virginia .... 249 BACHKORA, BRYAN .160, 243 Bacon, Gary 190 Badenhop, Janna . 149, 249 Bahner, Kathy . . , . 173, 195, 281 Baier, Richard 250 Bailey, Karen 250 Bailey, Marcia 1 59, 250 Bailey, Ronald ... 1 68, 169, 170, 281 Bailey, Shelia 178, 281 Bainter, Shelia .148 Baird, Bond ra . , . , .281 Baker, Ann Marie .281 Baker, Cynthia 250 BAKER, DR. RICHARD 239 Baker, Sherrill 250 Baker, Timothy 281 Baldwin, Debra. , . 88-89, 281 Baldwin, Jerri 250 Baldwin, Ruth ... 250 Ball, Kimberly 250 Ball, Pamela 281 Ballew, Reginald 99 Ballhagen, Eunice .... .158 Balthazar, Gloria 281 Balthazar, Patrick . 172 Balthazor, Richard . . .... .87 Bam be r, Steve .92,281 Bangle, Peggy . .55, 281 Bankston, Gail 86-89. 172, 281 VER N IS A FOUR LETTER WORD 326 Bankston, Steven 168, 170, 173 BANNISTER, MARCIA 217 Bansemer, Kathleen 78, 168, 281 Barbee, Bonnie 281 Barbee, James 174, 250 Barber, Gloria 281 Barden, Rick 281 Barker, Russell 281 Barker, Stephen 281 Barnaby, Nancy 188 Barnes, Carolyn . . , 250 Barnes, Linda 281 Barnes, Ronnie . , . 250 Barnhart, Edward ,281 Barrett, Don 87, 161, 281 Barrows, Charles 1 80, 250 Barta, George 1 68, 1 70, 281 BARTHOLOMEW. DR. LELAND 169, 220 Bartholomew, Mary 169 Bartkoski, Robert ,107 BARTON, DONALD 243 Barton, Gregory 281 Barton, Lonnie 250 Base, Donald 281 BasgalL Stan 281 Bassinger, Kerry 281 Bassett, Marcus 52, 83 Bates, Brian 123 Bates, Janet 175 Bauer, Brian 281 Bauer, Bruce 148, 250 Bauer, Judith ,281 Bauer, Mike . , . , 281 Bauer, Susan 281 Bauman, Cheryl , 1 53, 154, 173, 281 Baumann, Fredrick 281 Ba u mga ri ne r , Janet 281 Baxter, David . 281 BAXTER, VIVIAN 232 Bayens, Sharon .250 Bayne. Patrick 282 Beach, Kerry 282 Beadles, Lonnie . 152. 175, 250 Bear. David . ,209, 282 BEARDSLEE. CARROLL 119, 209, 282 Beards lee. Jerry 282 Bearley. Max 192, 250 Beaton. John . . 102. 117, 282 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST . , . , 31 Beavers, Karen . , . .68, 163, 282 Beck. Sam 250 Becker, Antoinette ........ .250 Becker, Jeanine .282 Beckett, James 179,183 Beckett, Lois 179 Beckman, Jeanette. . . 186, 187, 189, 282 Beckman, Susan 250 Beckman, Thomas 250 Beckmann. Duane ........ .282 Beecher, Leslie 154, 282 Behl, Stanley . . . . -250 Beiser, Vickie 78, 282 Beisner, Bonnie 148, 165, 168, 169, 170, 282 Belden. Robin . , . ,,,,.175, 282 Bell. James 176 Bell, Richard 282 Bell. Stephen, 142, 170, 282 Beilis, David 123 Bemis r Taylor 282 Bender, Curtiss , 87 r 282 Bender, Phyllis 72, 282 Bengtson 1 Debra 282 Benignus, Elsbeth 282 Bennett, Deborah .282 Bennett, Joan .154. 194, 250 Bennett. Linda .159, 171, 282 Bennett, Marlene 282 Bennett. Richard 282 Beougher, Edward . . 87 BEQUGHER, DR. ELTON . .232 Berends, Irene, .250 Berens, Roy 283 Berg, Roger 250 Berger, Robert 283 Bergin, Margaret 283 Bergin, Victor 1 76, 283 Bergling, Susan ... .88-89, 283 Bergman, John 193, 283 Bergstrom, Dennis. ..... .250 Berland, Carol 283 Berland, Norma 250 Berneking, B. Rex . . , . 152, 155, 1 59. 283 Bern har dt .Cynthia 283 Berry, Mark 148, 149, 155, 157, 175 Berry, Stan , 142 Bessire, Anthony . . .76-77, 250 Bessire, Linda 188, 283 BEST DRESSED COED 30 Besthorn, Annie 283 Best horn, Kathleen 250 Belhelk. Joy .195, 283 Sever, Susan , . 283 Biays. Ester 55 Bicknell, James . 99, 283 Bieber, Barbara ,158, 176, 283 Bieker, Vicki 283 Biel, Jeannine 59. 153, 154, 171, 283 Biggs, Brett 250 Bingham, Jerry 80-81 Biliinger, Brenda .84, 283 Billinger, Jeanette 250 Biliinger, Jeanne 283 Billinger. Jerry . . 83 Biliinger, Kerry .83 Billinger, Mary 173, 283 Billinger, Richard ,283 Binder, Stephen 283 Bingaman, Marla 180, 190 Binggeli, Harold . 250 Bird, Nancy. , .78, 153, 178, 283 Birkes. Roberta 195, 283 Birnbaum, James . . .102, 103, 116, 117, 283 Bisel. Janice 283 Bishop, Neal 80-81 Bisterfeldt, Richard 139 BIXLER, TERRY 226 BiZZELL. O. Z. . , 139, 211 Bjornstad, Kenneth 92 Blackwood, Larry 174, 250 Blackwood, Pamela 250 Blair. Joeva 237 Blair, Lynn 173, 283 Blair, Virginia 88-89, 283 Blakely, Donna .88-89, 283 Bland, Barbara 149, 250 Bland, Richard 250 Blank, Michael 74, 284 Blattner, David 175, 284 Blattner, Rosa Lee 250 Blazer, Susan 78, 186, 187, 284 Biecha, Margaret .148, 186, 189. 250 Blick, Constance .250 Bliss. Quilma .163. 168. 170, 173 BLOSS, DR. DONALD ,239 Blume, James . .284 Blythe, Dan . 110 Boatwright, Paul 284 Bock, Stanley 156, 165, 168, 169, 170, 250 Bock, Marjorie . . 166, 168, 170 Boethin, Vivian 178, 284 Bogart, Cindy 72. 187, 251 BOGART, KATHERINE 215 Bogart. Lynn 92 BOGUE, DR. RUSSELL 244 Bohlen. Carmen 173, 284 Bohling, Susan 284 Boh me, Lawrence 284 Bollig, Jerry 251 Bollig, Karen 284 Bolt, Cheryl . .52, 136, 166, 168, 170, 284 Bondy, Ray 284 Bonebrake, Karen 284 Bonner, Charles .251 Bonner, Dana 284 Bonner, Steven 180 Boos, Pamela . 171, 234 Boos, Susan . . 78. 1 78. 284 Borger, Charlotte 70, 78 Borger, Cynthia 88-89, 284 BORNHOLDT, VIRGINIA 215 Bortz, Robert 174, 284 Borum, Carey . -.117 Boseman, Susan ,137 Bosh. Jill , , . 157 Boultinghouse, Monte . , 284 Bourquin, Achile - .251 Bourquin, John 284 Bowel L Da rrei .170 Bowen. James , 1 65, 1 70 Bowersox, Feme 251 Bowman, David M 99 Bowman, David R .284 Bowman, Robert 251 Bowman, Steve 251 Boxberger, Cynthia . . .137. 197, 251 Boxum, Larry .56, 284 Boy, Beth ... . ,251 Boyd, Arnold . 284 Boyd, Barbara . .139, 148, 166, 284 Boyd, Danny 284 Boyd, Stephen 284 Boyer, Brad 69 Bozeman, Earl . . 210 Bozeman, Susan 148,186, 187, 251 Bradrick, Thomas , 92, 102, 103, 116, 117, 284 Brady, Teresa 284 Brandt, Peggy 251 Brandt, Sherityn 284 Brannan, Nancy 59, 177, 195, 284 Brassfield, Allen 284 Brassfield, Irl 155, 251 Brassfield, Ruthmary 251 Braun, Bernard 284 Bray, David 180 Brec ken ridge, Michael 284 BredfeldL Shirley 153, 154, 157, 167, 169, 284 Breeding, Susan . . 284 BREHM. CHUCK .105, 107, 245 B re i ten bach, Roberta 284 Breitenbacb, Tyna 284 327 Bunyan, Fred 285 Bunyan, Helen 251 Burd, Michael ,285 Burd, Thelma .285 Burgardt, Patricia 285 Burger, Dalene ...... .285 Burger, Loa 285 Burgess, Susan 285 Burgess, Val 173, 194, 251 Burgett, Glenda . 162, 251 Burgett, Rodney . .163, 179, 285 Burk, Joyce 188 Burk, Michael ... - 113. 251 Burris. Rodney 285 Burtscher, Art 1 18, 1 19, 251 Busch, Janice 251 Busch, Kenneth 285 Bush, John 252 Bush, Jill 168, 251 Bush, Virginia .285 Buss, Bruce 87, 285 Busse, Sherri 251 Butcher, Carlene .... .285 Butler, George. 99. 251 Butler, Karen 251 Butler. Ralph 71 , 251 Butzine, Bonnie 285 Bremer, Judith 178, 284 Brenner, Paul .284 Briand, Suzanne 168, 170 Brickley, Marsha 284 Briggs. Brett .174 Briggs, David 179, 193, 251 Brrttan, Jana 139, 188 B roadbooks, Steve 284 Brock, Suzanne 1 88 Broeckelman, Lois 173, 284 Bronson. Diane ....... 1 94, 284 Brooks, Donald 284 BROOKS, DOYLE 197, 234 Brooks, Kathy 284 Broom, Cynthia . , 284 Brass, Cindy 187 Brown, Caroline 284 Brown, Craig . . 284 Brown, Dennis D 99 Brown. Dennis L. 76-77, 174, 251 Brown, Dona id 138 Brown, Donna .285 Brown, Janet 251 Brown, Jonathan 1 74, 285 Brown, Judith 285 Brown, Leota 148, 251 Brown, Margaret .161,173 Brown, Jay 157, 251 Brown, Robert E 113, 251 Brown, Robert L . . , . 251 BROWN, ROBERT 1 66, 169, 221 Brown, Roger . . 285 Brown, Virginia ,251 Brubaker, Charlene .72, 171, 285 Bruce, Bruce 99 Bruce, James .155, 285 Bruce, Susan 285 Brungardt, Gerald 155 Brungardt, Linda 78, 285 Brungardt, Roy . .285 Bruns, Patricia 251 Brunson. Kenneth 251 Brunts, George 1 63, 285 Bryan, Corinne 177, 285 Bryan, Floyd 285 Bryant, Delores ... 1 68, 1 70, 285 Buchhofz, Eugene 76-77 Buck, John 251 BUDKE, EARL 180, 235 Budke, Tongay 171,285 Buehfer, Clarice 285 Buehler, Debra . . , .172 Buehler, Howard 251 Buell, Pamela .285 BULA, RALPH 211 C CAIN, DR. RICHARD ... 1 60, 243 Caldarera, Ann Marie , . .78, 135, 285 Caldarera, Daniel . , 76-77, 285 Caldarulo, Jo Ann 285 Caldwell, Jerry 87 Call, Kathy 188 CALNAN, CRAIG 219 Calvery, Wayne 251 Cameron, Kathleen . , . 187, 285 Camien, Herbert . .102, 116, 117 Campbell, Brad .......... .197 Campbell, Janice 251 CAMPBELL, MARC , . . .197,239 CAPLAN, LOUIS 234 Caprez, L. P 1 80 CARBALLO, DR. BENITO. .182, 216 Carballo, Mrs. Benito 182 Carl, Constance 285 Carlile, Arlene . 252 Carlson, Darrell . . . . .285 Carlson, Marilyn 252 Carlson, Trina 285 Caron, Steven 285 Carpenter, To male ne 252 Carper, Geraldine 159 Carper, Phillip 252 Carroll, David 87,173 Carswell, Daryl 285 Carswell, Peggy 285 Carswell, Vincent 252 Carter, Barbara , . 32, 137, 139, 148, 149, 150, 252 Carter, George 87, 252 CARTER, KENNETH .228 Carter, Robert .252 Carter, Susan ....... 88-89, 285 Carver, Linda , .... ,84, 153, 154, 166. 168, 169, 170, 285 Case, Lewis 252 Casey, Cheryl 173, 285 Casey, Frances .154, 158, 285 Casey, Patricia 285 Cates, Mary Anne. .139, 154, 285 Cavender, James ..... 1 60, 285 Cavanaugh, Jean 252 Cavanaugh, Michael ,71 . 83, 142, 285 Chaffin, Dale . . . 286 Chambfess, Tony . . 173 Chance, David 83,286 Chance. Kendall 92, 286 Channel!, Stephanie 95 Channell, Tanya .252 Chapin, John 286 Chaplin, Edwin . . . 92 Chappee, Marilyn 173 Charvat, Garry 90, 252 Charvat, Morea 1 81 . 286 Charvat, Rose Mary 175 Chase, Clinton 76-77, 252 Chase, Janice 172 Chatchaiyan, Saran 196 Chatprapachal, Prem 196 Cheek, David 80-81 CHEMISTRY CLUB 179 CHESS CLUB 195 Cheung, Henry 286 Chezem, Janet 286 Chick, Sarah 286 Childress, Diana 286 Chipman, Deborah 252 Chittenden, Janet 72, 286 Chitwood, Colleen. .72, 149, 252 CHOGUILL, HAROLD 233 Christopher, James 286 CHRISTOPHER, RACHEL . 239 Christy, Debra ...... 194, 286 Chung, Herman . , 286 Ci bo I ski, Ronald 193,252 CLAFLJN, MARTHA 239 CLAFLIN, WILLIAM ... 197, 239 CLARINET CHOIR 166 CLARK, DR, ALLEN 239 Clark, Barbara 286 CLARK, DR. HESTER .175, 239 Clark, Larry 107, 109, 286 Clark, Richard 76-77. 252 Clark, Robert 286 Clark, Sandra 286 Clark. Sherry 78, 286 CLARK, THAINE 180, 193, 231 Clary, Suzanne 286 Clausen, Jolene . 1 54, 1 83, 286 Clay, Lissa 286 Cfemence, Robert . . 76-77, 286 Clifton, Pamela 190, 286 Cline, Lana 286 Cline, Robert .286 Clinesmith, Ramona 159, 252 Clinesmith, Rick 286 Clock, Rick 165, 286 CLOSE, CHERRY 225 Clotfelter, Susan .286 Clouston, Katherine. . . 187, 286 Clydesdale, Elaine 252 Coats, Brenda 72, 139, 149, 150, 252 Coekrum, Nancy 148, 158, 176, 252 Coddington, Cheryl 286 CODER, RALPH 196, 215 COOINACH, MARIA 183, 216 Coffelt, Marilyn , r . . 252 Coffey, Beverly 188 Coffey, Douglas 252 Cole, Arthur. 176, 252 Cole, Karen 158 Cole, Paula 168. 170. 286 COLLEGIAN CHORALE 173 COLLEGIATE 4-H 195 Collette, Mary .252 COLLIER, KENT 210, 235 Collier, Sharon 286 Collins, Alvin , .192, 252 Collins, Barry 142,156, 286 Collins, Gerald 286 COLLINS, DR. RICHARD 221 Collins, Terald 286 Combs, Janet. . . .150, 158, 191, 252 Combs, Karen 252 Combs, Randy , , 286 Comeau, Al 166, 168, 170, 286 Comerford, John . . .80-81, 252 Conaway, Lori .178, 286 Conaway, Vona 286 CONCERT CHOIR 172 Conley, Vicky 286 Conrad, Cathy . 286 Conrad. Cindy 178, 286 Considine, Dennis 87, 123, 184, 252 Converse, Carole 252 Cook, Byron 286 Cook, Debbie 286 COOK, FRANCIS 211 Cook, Fred . ,148, 157, 175. 252 Cook, Gale 76-77, 286 Cook, Jim .142 Cook, June 88-89, 95, 2Q6 Cook, Pamela ....... 83, 286 Cook, Ryan 176 Cooksey, Cathey . 80-81, 252 Cooksey, Mark 165, 168, 170 Coop. Teresa .....171, 286 Cooper, Gary , ....... .61 , 287 Cooper, Janet . , . .78 Cooper, June 252 Cooper, Michael 113,287 Cooper, Nancy 136, 287 Cooper. Rex 157, 252 Cooper, Stevan .... 1 73, 287 Cooper, Vicki , .88-89, 139, 153. 287 Coover, Schyler , 287 Copefand. Joseph W. 128, 129 Copper, Nancy . . ,287 Corcoran, Cheryl 78 Corder, Marsha 173, 287 Corder, Susan 287 Corder, Susan J .252 Corke, Carlotta 287 Gorman, Swinley 74 CORNWELL, REX 239 COSTIGAN, DR JAMES 217 Couch, David 287 COULSON, MARION 215 Coulter, Deborah 287 Countryman, Rita 287 Courtney, Ester . . , . , 252 Courtney, Lyndle 172, 174, 252 Cox, Beverly 287 Cox, Linda 287 Crabtree. Larry . , - ,252 Craft, Shirley 88-89 Crandall, Eva 178, 188 Crandail, Janet 287 Crane, Rulh 252 Creamer, Duane .90 Creech, David 80-81, 99 Crippen, Doris .253 CRISSMAN, ROBERT , 225 Crist, Jackie. 160 Grist, Jeff 87 Crome, Shirley , 287 Cronn, Barbara 287 Cronn, Paula 186 Cross, David E 253 Cross, David R 71, 87, 287 Cross, Larry 134 Cross, Susan 287 Crossland, Patti 287 Crouse, Richard 190 Crowell, Ronald 107 Crowley, Leon 92 Cudney, Sharon 168, 287 Cudney, Vickie . ,287 Gulley, Karen ... .88-89, 287 Cunningham, Denise . 154, 194, 287 Gunnrngham, Bob 110 Curl, Donald 174, 253 Curtin, Steven 155, 287 Curtis, Jerald 287 CURTIS, NANCY 232 Curtis, Trudy 253 Cutright, David - 156, 165, 168, 169, 170 Cutright, Donald 168. 170, 192, 287 D DabtrL Massoud 196 Daetwiler, Linda . .287 Dahl, Larry 155 Dahl, Susan 178. 236 Dale, Terry . , 253 Daley, Bertie 287 DALEY, DR, BILLY C 239 Oallman, Douglas 99 DAMES CLUB 188 Dana, Frank .162, 163, 253 Dandorf. Dennis 92, 253 DangeJ, Robert 181, 288 Dangler, Harold 121, 123 Daniels, Jeffery 253 Daniels, Sally 148, 288 Dark. Donna . 288 Darnell, Marilyn . .136, 186, 288 Darr, Mark 183, 288 Daubert, Richard . 288 Daubed. Vic , . . 253 Davenport, David 288 DAVIDSON, ELEANOR 215 Davidson, Nancy 78, 153 DAVIDSON, DR GORDON .229 Davidson, Tom 160, 176 Davignon, Debra 288 Davro. Cheryl 288 Davis. Geneva . 88-89, 288 Davis, James ........161. 253 Davis, Mark .156, 168, 170, 288 Davis, Melvin 99 Davis, Roger 253 Davis. Stanley . ,..,179 Davis, Susan 288 Davison, Alvera ... 1 58, 1 76, 253 Davison, Kent 253 Davison. Nancy 288 Davisson, Larry 190 Dawdy, Jane 288 Day, Marjorie 189, 253 Day, Mauricia 253 De Piesse, Larry . , 158 Dean, Jerry , .253 Dean. Pamela ,288 Dean, Ronnie 253 Deardorff, Merle 253 Deardorff, Pamela 288 Debes, Darlene 178, 288 Debes, Joseph 288 Debey, Wayne 288 Dechant, Darrell . 288 Dechant, David 147 Decker, Russell 113 Deeds, Robin .... . 72 DeGarmo, Larry .74, 147, 288 Degenhardt, Raymond 253 Degood, Alan . , , , , , ,180, 253 Degood, Lanny 161, 254 Dehaven, Everett . 254 Deines, Dennis 288 Dei nes, Janet ,172 Deines, Jill 172 Deines, Julie 168 Deines, Leta ...,171, 254 LATE BREAKING NEWS Tiger golfers claimed fourth place in the NAIA District 10 tournament May 8th and 9th at Wich- ita. The Fort Hays baseball team finished second in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics District 10 playoffs held in Hays May 1 9th and 20th. The Tigers captured their third Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference track championship in four years May 20th Susan Scott and Dan Rupp were selected to represent the First Con- gressional District at the Democratic National Con- vention. Deines. Stephen ...... 288 Deiter, Raymond 87, 288 Delaney, Jerel .288 Delcamp, Richard 288 Delgado, Danny . 110 Dellenbach, Keith 254 Dellenbach. Linda .254 Dellenbach, LuWana 190 Defp, Gharisse 288 DELTA ZETA 78-79 Demoss, Karen .52, 170, 288 Denning, Cynthia 288 Denning, Dennis . 288 Denning, Judith 288 Denton, Stewart 168, 270 Denton, Stan 61 Qepoy, Donna 288 Dep perschmidt, Patty .72, 153, 288 Derby, Betty Jean 148. 254 DERBY DAYS 42 Detwiler, Dick , 163. 288 Deuth, Thomas 157 DeWaid, Luann 288 DeWald, Mark 166, 170, 172, 195, 288 Dewees, Jane , . ,254 Dewees, Susan 178, 288 DeweiE, Steve 288 DeYoe, Fred . 76-77, 148, 152, 182, 254 DIAMOND DARLINGS 121 Dibble, James 254 Dible. Jennifer 186, 189, 288 Dible, Robert 254 Dick, Rodney . . . .288 Dick, Roger 161 DICKINSON, JOEL .206 Dickman, Gary ....... 1 79, 254 Dickman, Kathleen . ... 153, 1 54, 173, 183. 288 Diehl, Henry ... .161. 288 Diehl, Walter 288 Dierb erger, Tim 74, 254 Dierks, Nancy 1 58, 254 Dietz, Carol 139, 178, 288 Dietz, Sheri . 288 Dilfey, Allen 32,168,169,170 DILLEY, LYLE 221 Dillingham, Charles 288 Dills, Ella 1 73, 288 Dimitt, Terry 74, 288 Dinges, Kathleen 289 Dinges, Marlene 254 Dinkel. Brenda ....... . 1 76. 289 Dinkel, Diana 289 Dinkel, Laren 289 Dipman, David 87, 289 329 Dirks, Carolyn . .289 Dirks, Gene .......... .170 Dirks, Glen ,170 DIRKS, MARTHA 239 Disque, Janet . , , 289 Dizmang, Rochelle 289 Doonan, Kenneth Doran, Colleen . Doran, Richard . Dorsch, Patricia , Doty, Larry .... Doubrava, Mark, 254 289 . .99, 113 ,173, 289 289 .192, 289 Dreiling, Pamela 160, 163, 255 Dreiling, Sheryl .161 Dresser, Lynne .... 177, 255 Dresser, Robert 92, 255 DRESSLER, DR, ROBERT . .233 Dressman, Shana .255 Dry den, Charlotte 289 DRYDEN, LAURENCE 232 Duckworth, Charles. .... 181 Dudley, Debby 289 Duel I, Clarence 255 Duell, Virginia .165 Dugan, Judy 148, 149, 165, 168, 186, 187, 189, 255 Dugan, Vickie 153, 154, 165, 166, 168, 187, 188, 189, 289 Dumler, Befha 289 Dunkel, Kay 136, 187, 255 Dunn, Dawn . . . .26, 70, 72, 139, 249, 255 Dunn, Mary 173, 289 Dunning, Alan 289 Dunning, Leon . , 255 DURAND, DANIEL .211 Durler, Lee 145,156 Durler, Stanley 99 Durr, Becky 289 Durr, Randy ... 76-77 Duvall. Sandy . . 167 Dye, Dennis 182, 183 E Elder, Christie . . . 84, 159, 290 Eller, Kay . .148. 150, 158, 256 Elliot, Anita 256 Elliot, Bill 134, 149, 256 Elliot, Charles H 87, 256 Elliot, Charles K 290 Elliot, Paul . 290 Elliot, Stan .256 Elliot, William 190, 290 Ellis, Elaine .148, 150. 157, 168, 1 70, 256 Ellis, Regena 173, 290 Ellison, Michael 256 Elliston, David .290 Ellsworth, Debbie 145, 156, 256 Ellsworth, Terry 256 Elmore, George .175, 290 Elston, James . . , 256 ELTZE. DR. ERVIN 232 ELY, DR. CHARLES , . 230, 231 Engel, Devona ........ .62, 290 Engel, Donna 256 Engel, Sandra . . . .164, 171, 290 Engelbert, Dale 256 Engelbert. Susan 290 Engelland, Cheryl 187 Engetsman, Lois . .52. 153, 154, 290 England, Merlene 256 Englert, Karen 290 English, Rita .26, 134, 156, 177, 249, 290 Enslinger, Kathleen 290 Enslow, Marilyn 1 35, 290 Enslow, Mary Ann 136. Doak, Deborah 72, 171. 254 DOBBS. DR. EDITH 239 Dobrinski, Kenneth 92 Doctor, Carol 289 Doctor, Teresa 289 Dodrill, Deborah 254 Dodson, Libby. , 175, 197, 289 Doenan, Vernon .180 Doershiag, James . 92 Doherty, Chris. 168, 170, 183 Doherty, Dan 162, 163 Dohrmann, Dennis . . .76-77, 289 Dolechek, Jane .254 Doll, Galen 289 Doll, Mark 289 Dome, Lucy 289 Dome, Sharon . . . . . , , 1 83, 289 Donahey, Daryl 254 Donahey, Larry ...... .69, 155 Donahey. Sherry ,254 Donaldson. Debra . 289 Donley. Keith 168, 170 DOOLEY, WILLIAM .174, 225 Doud, David 83 Doud, Rise ,157, 168, 170, 289 Dougherty, Jim . 255 Douglas, Jonathan 99,289 Douthit, Becky .78, 289 Drake, Arnold .,,.211 Drees, Lucy 289 Drees, Robert 255 Dreher, Joseph 289 Dreiling, Allen 255 Dreiling, Carolyn 72. 289 Dreiling, Cynthia 255 Dreiling, David . 289 Dreiling, Diane ,255 Dreiling, Eileen 289 Dreiling, Florence . . . 289 Dreiling. Judy 78, 173 Dreiling, Kathleen . ,78 Dreiling, Larry 289 Dreiling, Lois , . -255 Dreiling, Marilyn 289 Dreiling, Mark 255 Dreiling, Michaei 87 Eades, John 289 Earls, Charlotte 289 Eberle, Sherri .289 Eberly, Nadine 289 Eck ( Mike 76, 77, 174, 289 Eekhardt, Donna , .... .175. 255 Edgett, Diane 176, 289 Edgmon, Diana 158 EDMUND. ELIZABETH .... .217 Edmund son, Debra 290 Edwards, Bill 255 Edwards, James ... 290 Edwards. Sylvia 188 Ehly, Debra 290 Ehly, Marsha ...... 1 80. 255 Eichman, Tabetha 186, 290 Eilert. Kay 255 Eilert, Marcia 290 Eining, Danny 290 Eitel. Janet 59, 290 Eklund, Lori 168 Eklund, William 290 Elder, Carol 256 1 49, 256 Epp, Gale , 113, 290 EPSILON PI TAU 160 Erbacher, George , 291 Erbert. Debbie 88, 89, 291 Erichson, Christina 173 Erickson, Edward 29 1 Erickson, Erick .74, 117 Ericson, Merle - , 256 Erway, Kale . , . : 74 Erway, Lyle 74 Eskew, Beverly 291 ETTER. ORVILLE E 159, 232 Evans, Darrel 291 Evans, Jackie 291 Evans, Max 99, 191 Evans, Randall 291 Evans, Rodney . , . . .291 Evert, Karen 189 256 F 330 Fabln, Beverly . 154, 183. 194, 291 Fabricius, David 92 Fabricius, Nancy 291 Fager, Wayne 174, 291 Fagg, Dorothy 157, 165, 166, 1 70. 256 Fair, James . ... 174, 291 Fakes, Connie . , . , 291 FALL, VERNON ... 229 Farr, Jane 256 Farris, Gary 291 Faulkendar, Sherri 291 Faulkendar, Stanley 113 FAULKNER, KEITH 225 Faulkner, Mark 71, 87 Faurot, Robert - 76-77 Favinger, Mona 256 Fazei, Cynthia 256 Feaster, Mary Jo . 88, 89, 171, 291 Feikert, Kathleen .149, 159, 256 Ferkert, Sharon . .70, 78 Fefdt, Ronald 192, 291 Fell, Keyna 291 Feltner, Britt 87, 99 Fenick, John 160 Fenster, Stephen . , , . 190, 291 Feriand, Donald 291 Fetsch, Gloria ... 148, 291 Fetsch, Karen 148. 256 Fiala, Peggy ,55, 153, 291 FICKEN, DALE ,219 Fielder, Katherine 291 Fielder, Philip 292 Fields, Palsy . , 292 FIGLER. BYRNELL 221 File, Dee Ann 78, 256 File, Elaine 256 Finch, Roxanna 292 Finger, Donald . . . 174, 256 Fink, Jackie 62, 161, 292 Finke. David , , 83, 256 Finkeldei, Donald 179 Fish, Martha 292 Fisher, Charles . . ■ 292 Fisher, Donna 256 Fisher, Gary 292 Fisher, Julee . .292 Fisher, Nancy 256 Fishier. Peggy . . .148, 149, 160, 256 Fixsen, Dennis 257 FUG CORPS 171 Ffamik, Lee 83. 292 Flax, Mary 256 FLEHARTY, DR. EUGENE . 230, 231 Fleming, Diane 136, 139, 256 Fleske, Alfred 292 Fletcher, Cindi ......... 78, 257 Flowers, Rhonda 78, 292 Foley, Rhonda .173, 292 Foley, Richard 173 Follier, Maurice 138 Fondoble, Glenn 128 Fondoble, Pam . . . 88, 89, 292 Ford, Barbara . , , 78, 292 FORSYTHE, DR, JAMES . 229 Fort, Gregory 87. 152 FORT HAYS FLYING TIGERS 191 FORT HAYS OSOER ' S 197 FORT HAYS SINGERS 172 Foster, Ann 78, 257 Foster, Joyce 292 Foster, Vernon 1 60, 1 76 Fournier, Barbara . 292 Fox, Bradley 292 Fox, Chester 90 Fox, Michael .257 Fox, Sherry 257 Frack, Brent 107. 109, 292 Frahm, Richard . . .180, 192, 257 FRANCIS, ALEX 103. 117, 245 Francis, Jerrofd . . .114, 117, 292 Francis, Leland 292 Francis, Lois 292 Frank. Sally . 292 Franks, Elaine 292 Fredrickson, Dennis 52. 176, 292 FRENCH CLUB 183 FRERER, DR. LLOYD .162, 163, 217 Fricker, Roger . 83, 135. 257 Friesen, Rodney 292 Fritz, Theodore .292 Fritz. Tobias 292 Froelich, Mary Ann . 148 Froelich, Samuel 165 Froetschner, Stanley 292 Frownfelter, Mickey 257 Fukasawa, Yoshi 74 Fuller. Neil 257 Fuller, Stephen 292 Fuiwider, Lynn 71, 74, 292 FUNDIS, RONALD 177, 226 Funk, Thomas .71. 76, 77, 168, 1 70, 292 Furbeck, Cindy 88, 89, 257 Gabel, Kathleen .292 G Gabel, Maire 161 Gaither, Cassandra 150, 175, 257 Gall, Sandra .292 Galliardt, Donald . . .80, 81, 179 Galliardt, Richard 193 Gallion, Ivan 92, 147, 292 Galloway. Max 172 Garda, Maria .292 Gardinier, Jack 90 Gardner, Charles .292 Gardner, Dannie , . . . .97, 99 Gardner, Donnie . 99 Gardner. Larry. ....... 129, 257 GARNER, NAOMI 215 Garrett, Deborah 72, 257 Garrett, Larry 257 Garrett, Patti 292 Garten, Cathy 190 Garten, Tern 292 GARWOOD, DR JOHN 206 GARWOOD, KATHLEEN .237 Gaschler. Thomas 292 Gaskill, Donald 87. 152 Gaskill, Kathy 292 Gasper, Kenneth 292 Gass, Helene. 22, 292 Gassman, Anthony . , 69, 257 Gates, Gregory 92, 292 Gates, Ralph 92 Gates, Robert 92 GATSCHET, PAUL 215 Gatlerman, Michael . 76, 77, 172 Genereux, Barbara ....... .257 Genereux, Del mar 292 GENTRY, RUFF L. 161, 231 GEOLOGY CLUB 180 Georg, Miriam 172, 292 George, Eddie 161. 257 George, Gary 292 George, Glyn Etta 292 George, Sondra 145, 153, 154, 178, 292 Gerber, Deborah 257 Gerber, Larry 32,90,172 Gerber, Rita 171, 293 Gerecke, Bruce .80, 81 GERMAN CLUB 183 Gerritzen. Jeanette .293 Gerstberger, Juanita 293 Gerstenkorn, Deborah , , , . , ,257 Gerstner, Margaret 293 Getz, John 99 Gfefler, Lynetta 293 Giddings, Bradley 293 Giebler, Chris 293 Giebler, Joan ... 293 Giebler, Karen 257 Giebler, Philip . . .293 Giesaking, Karen 173, 293 Giessel, Thomas .293 Gieswein, Kent . . . . .293 Gifford, Belinda . 72, 158, 171, 176,257 Gilchrist, Darlene 257 Gile, Duane 257 Gilger, Debra 78, 293 Gifger, John 293 Gill, Cynthia .172, 293 Gillan, Thomas 90, 293 Gillen, Colleen . 168, 170, 173, 293 Gillen, James .293 Gillen, John 293 Gillett, William 113, 293 Gilmore, Debra 293 Gilmore, Louis 293 Gingraux, Dan .92 GINN, MARY LEA 159, 225 GINTHER, GLENN 160, 243 Gish, Douglas . 293 Givens, Robert 99 Gladwell, Barbara 257 Glassman, Martha .293 Glassman, Mary 257 Glaze, Errol 257 Gleason, Gerald 107, 293 Glenn, Larry 257 Gleue, Paul 293 Gleue. Steven 155, 257 Gllck, Fredrick 293 Glover. Bobbi 293 Goddard, Becky 168 Goddard, Kit 293 Goebel, Betty , 153, 293 Goebel, Kenneth . .... .52, 257 GOESER, PATRICK 221 Goetz, Connie 293 Goetz, Cynthia 293 Gooch, Paul .293 Goodheart, Mark 293 Goodin, Rodney ...... 183, 293 Goodwin, Junior . ... 76, 77. 1 10, 134 Goodwin, Kent 257 Goodwin, Kyle 293 Goodwin, Marylin 293 Goracke, Joseph 293 Gordon, Anita 293 Gordon, Constance 257 Goseland, Gary 92 Goth. Cynthia 257 Goth, Warren 76, 77, 257 Golschall, Bea . . 186, 187, 189, 293 Gotti, Joe 190 331 Gottschaik. Karen . 293 Goudy, Linda 78. 157. 166, 168. 170 Gouldie, Susan . 168, 195. 293 Gower, Betty .... .257 Grabbe, Richard 179, 293 Grabbe, Rosemarie ,257 GRABER, DR. PAUL .183, 216 Grable, Julie , , . 1 61 , 257 Graf, James ......... 174, 293 Graham, Barbara 257 GRAHAM. DONN 221 Graham. Eudora 293 Graham. Jerry 33 Graham, Sondra 293 Graham, Steven .90, 155, 293 Graham, Virginia 293 Grant, Kevin . , 83, 294 Grant, Nancy . 294 Grass, Jennifer 182, 294 Grau, James . . ,257 Graver, Amber 88, 89, 158, 176, 294 Graves, Yvette. 29. 190 Gray. Alice ..177,258 Gray, Deborah , 72, 294 Gray; Frank , , .76, 77, 110. 184, 294 Gray, James ..... 258 Gray, Stephanie 158 Green, James 76, 77, 110, 148. 149, 152. 258 Green, Kenneth ,294 Green, Larry 294 Green, Roxy 143, 148, 149, 156, 258 Greer, Gregory 294 Gregory, John .76, 77 Greiner. Patricia . , , 294 Gresnick, Joseph 99 Grice, Paula . , 88, 89, 171,294 Griffin, Janice 258 Griffin, Julia 294 Griffin, Mari . 294 Griffith, Eunice 197 Griffith, James 99, 180, 294 Griffith, Robert ... .174, 294 Grimsiey. Larry 258 Grippin, Gary 157, 258 Grizzel, Kirk 258 GROESBECK, DR. HULDA . . .33, 239 Gross, Lester 258 Gross, Paul .183 Gross, Ruth Ann ,294 Gross, Wesley . 258 Grout, Linda 175 Grover, William 258 Grusing, Lavon 163 Gugier, Sharon 294 Gunderson. Carroll .175 GUSTAD, MRS, JOHN 205 GUSTAD, PRESIDENT JOHN .27, 121. 148, 204, 205 Gustafson, Jeanette .153, 158, 1 73. 294 GUSEMAN, DENNIS 225 H Haag, Dale 76, 77, 294 Haas, James 258 Haas, Jane 294 Haas, Ruth 294 Haas, Sharon 159 Haase, Sandra . 171, 294 Haase, Suzanne 294 Habinger, Margarette 56 Hachmeister, Charles 294 Hacker, Rose Ann . . , 258 Hackerott, Robert .258 Haf fa, Catherine 294 Hafner, Rodney 123 Hahn. Eiva 294 Hahn. Rick . 99, 167, 169,294 Hake, Vonda 154, 294 Hale, Dennis , 90, 180, 258 Hale, Patricia 173, 258 Hall, Deborah 294 Hail, Debra 178. 190, 294 Halt, Steven 294 Hallagin, Jean .294 Hallagin, Rolland 258 Hailing, Jeanette ,294 Halm, Charles 90 Haltom, Rita 258 Hamel. Cathryn 294 Hamill, Greg 174,258 Hamill, Richard 160 HAMILTON, DR, SAMUEL .213 Hamilton, Sheldon ,76, 77, 294 Ham man, Janice 258 Hammeke, Cathy . , ,294 Hammer, Donald 87, 294 Hammer, Patricia 259 Hammerschmidt, Allen 259 Hammerschmidt, Kathleen .150, 259 Hammerschmidt, Margaret . ,294 Hammerschmidt, Stephen 123 Hammond, Randy 294 Hammond, Sandra 1 71 ( 182, 294 Hammond, Rita 188 Hamzy, Sherry 173, 294 Hancock, Paul 83 HANCOCK. WILLIAM 217 Hand, David 87 Handlin. Carl 259 Handwerk. Deborah 163, 184, 294 Haneke, Craig 62. 173. 294 Hanhardt, Ronald .,,159, 259 Hanks, Fama 78. 294 Hannafin, Michael ,123 Hansen, Carroll ..... 259 Hansen, James D 259 Hansen, James R, 294 Hansen, Jon .294 Hansen, Kathy 294 Harbaugh, Marsha 88, 89, 294 HARBIN, DR CALVIN ,230 Harbin, Ruth 153, 154, 167, 169, 295 Hardin, Connie .88. 89, 171. 259 Hardin, Dottle ...... 188 Hardin, Monte .161 Harding, Lee Ann 175, 259 Hardy, Weston (Chip) . .87, 165, 166, 169, 170 Hargadine. Roy 184, 295 Hargett, Delania 259 Hargis, Dennis . , 295 Harkness, Kathleen 295 Harkness. Jane , . . 148, 181, 259 HARKNESS, MARGERY .239 Harlow, Jim 295 Harman, Suelten 295 Harmon, Tamra 173, 295 Harms, Donna . 139, 148, 150, 259 Harper, Keith 1 07, 1 23 Harper, Sandra 259 Harrel, Jan 295 Harris, Floyd 193 Harris. Patricia 295 Harris, Philip , 76, 77, 99 HARRIS, DR. WALLACE . 231 Harrison, Coda ... 1 73, 1 77, 188, 259 Harrison, Tad .174,177,259 HARSH, DONNA 239 Harsh, Linda 72, 295 Hartman, BiNy 295 Hartman, Cynthia . . .153, 154, 183, 186, 193, 295 Hartman, Henry 295 Hartwig, Shirley 237 Harvey, Larry . 295 Harvey, Mark , 295 MARWICK, EUGENE 219 Haselhorst, Beverly 259 Haskett, Jane 259 Haskett, Pauline ,173, 259 Haskins, Robert 90. 259 Hassefman, Mary 295 Havener, Neida 259 Hawk, Lorrene 1 63, 260 Hawkins, Steven 295 Hawley, Bruce 97, 99, 295 Hawthorne, Wynona 295 Hay, Gerald 142. 143, 145, 156, 295 Hayden, SaNy 295 Hayden, Shirley 260 Hayes, Patricia 188, 295 Hayes, Robert 260 Hayes, Tom . , .260 Raymond, Arlie 193, 260 Hays, Lee .191 Hayter, Edwin 260 Hayzlett, Dennis 295 Hayzlett, Randy 295 Hazelton, Paula 295 Hazleft, Elaine 78, 171, 295 Heape, Charleen 163 Heape, Ron 162, 163 HEATHER, JACK 192. 217 Heck, Jacob 99 Heckman, Chad 87, 295 Hedge. William 155 Hedrick, Sondra 260 Hedrick, Stephen 260 Heeke, Theresa 183, 260 Heffel, David 295 HEFTY, ANN . 219 Heidrick, Steven 260 HEIL, RICHARD, . .228 Heimilfer, Kevin 295 Heinrich, Dixie ........ 177, 260 Heintzelman, Elsa 160 Heinz, Patricia 260 Heinze, Allan . 00,81 Heinze, Patricia .52, 295 Heinze, Rhonda ,163, 173, 295 Heinze. Susan 173, 295 Hejny, Ralph 113, 260 Helin, Gerald 74 Hellerud, Robert ... 87 Helm, Marilyn 72,172 Hernme, Marilyn 295 Hemme, Robert 260 Hendersh-ott, Rhonda 296 Henderson, Anne 88, 89 Henderson, Karen , 296 Henderson, Steven 296 Hendrickson, Larry ....... 260 Henne, Elaine 296 Henry, Adena ,173, 296 Henry, Ernei 175, 196 Henry, Jill 296 Henry, Steven 296 Hepp, Lynnette 296 Herl, Dennis. . . 261 Herl, Karen 296 332 Herman, William 190,261 Heroneme, Joyce 158 Heronem us, Susan 261 Herren h James 1 79, 1 97 Herrenbuck, Galen 261 Herrman, Chris 296 Herman, Leo 160 Herrmann, Duane 296 Herrmann, Elona 168, 170 Herrmann, Patricia 178, 296 Herron, Linda 261 Hester, Karen 1 72, 296 Hester, Pamela 78, 149. 150, 197, 261 Nesting. George 1 93 Heublein, Diane ....... 261 Hewelt. David .83, 128, 129, 296 Hewson, Galen 184, 261 Hewson, Steven 74 Hrckel, Barbara 72, 139 Hickman, Randall 52,134 Hickman, Rebecca 296 Hiegert, Cheryl 296 Highland, Emma 296 Higley, Gleneva 157, 166, 172, 261 Hildebrand, Vera 153, 296 Hilker, Barbara 178, 296 Hill, Clarence 296 Hiil, Viv 173, 296 Hiller, Marcia 1 78, 296 Hillman, Debra ... .171, 296 Hillman, Robert . , 197 Hines, Danief ,261 Hines, Michael 99 HINKHOUSE, JAMES 219 Hinshaw, Gail 160, 176 Hird, Steven .296 HISTORY CLUB , ,175 Hixenbaugh, Gail . , 1 58 Hjort, Nancy 88. 89 Htaus. Judith 186. 187 Hoar, Michael 207 HOBBS. EARL 121 Hoch, Robert 160, 176, 296 Hochman, Kathryn 173, 296 Hochman, Steven 173. 297 HODGES, DR ELIZABETH 215 Hodgins. Maida 178, 297 Hoff ha us, Karen 261 Hoffman. Carol .84, 163, 297 HOFFMAN, MAXINE ...... 242 Hofstetter, Gail 297 Hoge, Michael .261 Hoke, Patricia 186, 189 Holl, Michael 166 Holle, Rebecca 178, 297 Holliman, Michael 113,261 Holloway, David . 76, 77, 297 Holmberg. Jeffery 297 Holmes. Colleen ,297 Holopirek, Kenneth 261 Holt, Clinton 117,297 Holzwarth, Jo Ellen 72, 171, 297 Holzwarth, Valor 176, 297 Homan, Nancy 297 Horn berg, Jeffery 74 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ,176 Honas, Gerald 180, 297 Hood, Ann 297 Hood. Stephen . .168, 170, 297 Hooker, Robert 92 Hooper, Cynthia 297 Hoosier, Dale 87, 172, 297 Hoover, Brenda 297 Hoover, James 173, 176, 261 Hoover, Priscilla 153, 157, 173, 297 Hoover, Sharon 1 78, 297 Hopkins, Kathy . .59, 1 78, 297 Horacek, Larry 297 H ore hem, Carol 297 Horinek, Lesta 160 Horinek, Roberta 154, 297 Hornbuckle, Steven 297 Horne, Judith 262 Horner, Alan 76, 77 Horning, Emily 1 78, 297 Horton, Dixie 262 Horyna, Joyce 84, 262 Horyna, Sonja , . 189 Hostetler, Kathy .163. 164, 297 House, Katheryn 297 House, Thornton 297 Houston, Helen 262 Howard, Charles 297 Howard, Jesse , 262 Howe, Brad . .297 Howell, Ann 297 Howell, Beverly 297 Howell, Sharon .262 Howell, Stella , . , .134, 139, 262 Howell, Steven 297 Mower, Lanny 184 Hrabe, David 184 Huang, Wu 196 Hubalek, Shirley ...... 1 73, 297 HUBER, JOHN 156,221 Hubert, Lynne 72, 297 Huddleston, Kathy . .297 Hudon, Gregory 170 Hudson, Deone . . 161, 190, 262 Hudson, Ray 192, 184, 262 Hudson, Steve , 297 HUFFMAN, RALPH .209 Hufstetler, Michael 99 Hughes, Douglas 297 Hughes, Robert 262 Hugo, Gerardo ,297 HULETT, DR. GARY 231 Hull, shiela .78, 154, 171, 297 Hull, Thelma 262 Humberg, Katherine , ,153, 171, 177, 181,297 Hung, Amy 1 73, 196 Hunley, Rickey 262 Hunt, Rhonda . , 297 Hurst, Donna 297 Hurst, Kenneth 297 Huser, Larry ,297 Huser, Paula 165, 1 66, 168, 169, 170 Hustig, Janice 297 Husted, Anita .72, 262 Huston, Douglas 69 Huston, Rosemary. . 26, 27, 297 Huston, Royce 297 Hutchinson, Thomas 175, 298 Huxman. Jo Lynn , . . 298 Huxol, Virgil 138 I Ideker, Kathryn ..... 178, 298 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB .176 Ingram, Kimberly 298 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 71 INTERHALL COUNCIL 52 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT UNION . .196 Irby, Fred 193 Irby, Richard 03, 262 Irby, Ronald 298 Ireland, Gregg , , . . 298 Irvin, Galen 87 ISON, DAVID . . . .158, 215 tso.o, Eloise . 298 J Jackson, Kenneth 170 JACKSON, LORRAINE (JACK) ,141, 215 Jackson, Rodney 190, 298 Jackson, Stanley 298 Jacobs, Carla , 298 JACOBS, GENE .142, 156,215 Jacobs, Jan . . 298 Jacobs, Kathleen . ........ 298 Jacobs, Kenneth 238 Jacobs, Patricia, , . , 298 JACOBS, PHILIP 232 Jacobs, Thomas , ...... 262 Jacobs, William 262 Jacques, Karen 298 James, Donna 298 JAMES, DR. JAMES P 227 James, Patrick, . 123, 262 Jamison, Galen , 262 Jamison, Pamela 298 Janke, Marcia 173, 298 Jankovits, Gery 262 Janne, Donna 148, 262 Janousek, Peggy .298 Jansonius, Elaine . 298 Jansonius, Harvey 298 Jansonius, Julie . 262 Jantz, Barbara 262 Jantz, Khyleen, 298 Jarboe, Elizabeth 194, 298 Jarboe, Ralph , . 194, 262 Jasper, Robert 174 Jecha. Margaret .298 Jalinek, Marvin 102,116,117, 298 JELLISON, DR. BILL 208 Jemison. Erlene 262 Jenkins, Lionel! 99 Jennison. Lois . .298 Jennrich, Robert 138 Jensen, Bruce ... 298 Jensen, Kay .298 Jensen, Richard 90 JIMENEZ, DR JUAN . .182, 216 Jimenez, Mirta . . . . .182 JOHNSON, ARRIS 239 Johnson, Barbara 298 Johnson, Bruce 298 Johnson, Charlene ,298 Johnson, Dean 298 Johnson, Debra 298 Johnson, Craig , . . ,180, 298 Johnson, Eloise , .153, 173, 175, 298 Johnson, Fred , .262 Johnson, Gail 298 Johnson, Gaylord ....,174, 262 Johnson, Gingie 262 Johnson, Gregory 262 Johnson, James 298 Johnson, Jeffery . 1 67. 169, 298 Johnson, Jerry 90 Johnson, Johanna 173, 298 Johnson, John 157, 262 Johnson, Karla . .72, 171, 298 Johnson, Kathryn 153, 168, 170, 298 JOHNSON, ORVENE . , ,189, 245 Johnson, Patrick , 262 Johnson, Peggy 262 Johnson, Regina 262 Johnson, Rose . 135. 298 333 JOHNSON, RUBY .237 Johnson, Sandra 262 JOHNSON, SIDNEY 217 Joler, Jeff 298 Jones, Charles 298 JONES, DAVID .181, 193, 228 Jones. Frances 298 Jones, Jerry 262 Jones, Sharolyn 298 Jones, Steve 123 Jones, Virgil 262 Jones, William ..... 195, 298 Joseph, Phillip 162, 165 Joseph, Shirley 154, 298 Joslin, Debra 173, 299 Joss, Ava 88, 89, 139, 157, 172, 183, 262 Joy, Charles 299 Joy, Robert Joy, Ruth .... Joyce, Linda Juenemann, Fredrick Juergensen, Valorie , 262 211 . 1 54. 299 299 262 Kaufman, Roger 148, 155, 299 Kazmaier, Dave 90 Kearney, David 156, 299 Kearns, David 299 KEATING, WALTER 207 Keefer, Deborah 299 Keegan, Deb 299 Keenan, Janeil 263 Keener, Dena 299 Keil, Janet 299 Keil, Kay 299 Kell, Margyre 263 Keller, Cecil 299 Keller, James B . 87, 158, 299 Keller, James D 80, 81 KELLERMAN, JAMES 207 Kelly. William 83 Kelman, Beverly .88, 89, 95, 299 Keltner, James . . ,161, 180, 263 Keltner, Michael 299 Kemp, Catherine 263 Kemp, Joyce 263 Kemper, Marcus 107,299 Kirkwood, Kent . 300 Kirmer, Karol 300 Kirn, Larry 165, 172 Kirn, Linda .,173, 300 Kisner, Roger 263 Kisner, Kimberly 300 Kissick, Shari 300 Kissick, Wayburn 174, 264 Kite, Douglas . 195 Kite, Linda 176. 300 Kite, Melinda 179, 195. 264 Klatt, Lynnette 300 Klaus, Alex . . 147 Klaus, Kendall . .300 Klaus, Marie 72, 178, 300 Klaus, Richard 184, 264 Kleiber, Steven ....... 300 Klein, Faye 264 Klein, Linda . ,300 Klema, James 92, 300 Klema, Karleen 300 Kletchka, Ron . . ,52, 56, 135, 148, 149, 155, 264 Julian, Basil . .161, 191 , 192, 262 Kendall . Richard 1 74, 299 Kile, Toni 300 Julian, Douglas . , 76, 77 Kendig, Debra 88, 89, 299 Klier, Gwendolyn . 183, 264 Julian, Rita 173, 178, 299 Kennedy, Carl ........ . . . .299 KUER, JOHN 229 Juneau, Melissa 1 75, 262 Kennedy, Sheryl . . . .263 Kline, Barbara . 264 Juneau, Theodore . . 1 75, 263 Kenyon, Jolene . .78, 1 71 , 299 Kline, Teh 300 Justyna, Ignacy ... 299 Kenyon, Rick . . . 299 Klitzke, Steve 264 K Kerr, David . .299 Kneller, Linda . . , . .78, 153,300 Kertz, Deborah . . 299 Knight, James . , . , . ,193, 300 KETCHUM, HARRIET . . , . . .217 Knight, Karin 183, 264 Kaiser, Bert 299 Ketter, Dennis , . . 299 Knight, Terry 264 Kanak, Joseph 90 Ketterl. Bernard ... 160, 176, 299 Kniley, Kay 178 KANE, TIM 223 Ketterl, Mark 92, 299 Knoll, Jerome . , . , 300 Kao, Theresa . . 263 Key, Carl 299 Knoll, Leo .300 KAPPA MU EPSILON . 159 Keyser, Judy . 299 Knoll, Marlene . . 186, 187 KAPPA OMICRON PHI . 158 Kier, Susan . . ... 299 Knowles, Patricia . 300 Karl, Michael 99 Kinderknechl, C. J. . . , ,263 Knox, Connie . 159, 264 Karlin, Charles 155 Kinderknecht, Cheryl . . 299 Knox. Susan 72, 301 Karlin, Clement 299 Kinderknechl, Eileen . . . 142.299 Koch, Dale 30! Karlin, Linda ... 263 Kinderknecht, Roger , . . 183, 299 Koelling, Deanna 148, Karlin, Margaret 173, 263 Kindhart, Debra . . . .300 149, 186, 264 Karlin, Mary Beth . 78, 299 King, Boyd 170, 191,300 Koerner, Arils . . . . 301 Karlin, Susan 299 King, Elizabeth . 72, 300 Koerner, James . . . 301 Karst, Constance . .299 King, Mary Jane 263 Koetkeneyer, Barry 301 Karst, Melvin 193,299 King, Monisa . , , 166, 168, 300 Koett, Terry ...... 301 Kasiska, Debra . . . .299 King, Thomas 123 Kohkongka, Unchalee 264 Kasl, Jackie . 172, 299 Kingsley, Douglas . 74, 263 Kohl, Kenneth . 179. 301 Kaspar, Joleene . . .299 Kingsley, Nancy 263 Kolling, Annette 154. 301 Kassel man, Lewis 99, 299 Kingsley, Roger 74, 300 Koons, Larry 301 Kastens. Gary . ... 161 , 1 80, 299 Kinser, Janet . . 300 Koops, Robert .161, 301 K aster, Gary 174, 263 Kinser, Josephine . . . .263 Kootz, Kathleen 301 Kastle, Michael 263 Kinsey, Janis . . .263 Kopke. Monte .179, 264 Kastner, David 299 Kipp, Mary . . . . .300 Kopke, Sandra . . 301 Katzenmeier, Dana 1 74, 263 Kirby, Clara . . ,300 Koptik, Carolyn . . . 301 Kaufman, Gordon 117, 299 Kirby, Elizabeth .168, 170. 300 Kopt Ik, Janet 84, 1 59 Kaufman, Randy ... .134 Kirchoff, Rodney . . . .300 Korf , Gloria 161 $ I 334 Korinek, William ,172 Korull, Chris ........ 188 Koster, Arthur 176, 301 Koster, Donald 193 Koster, Maria 158, 264 Kough, Roger 301 Kozub, Dennis .71, 80, 81, 102, 117, 301 Kramer, Mark ,301 Krampe, Donald 301 Krampe, Lynn . . , . 264 Krannawitter, Mike 142 Krannawitter, Sylvia ... 1 88, 264 Kraus, Nancy 190 Kraus, Becky 157, 167. 169, 264 Kraus, Robert 149, 155, 173. 1 92, 264 Krause. Janet .301 Krause, Margaret .148, 179, 301 KREBS, JUNE 242 , Kraft, Garnpld .162, 163,301 Krehbiel, Lawrence . , , 172, 264 Kreitler, iRalph . . 301 Krenzel, Sheri 173 Krenzel, Steven . , . 301 Kress. Dennis 99, 161, 265 Kreutzer, Allen ,..174, 301 Krier, Sheryl . . , 301 Krier, Susie 72 Kriley, Kay 301 Kriley, Roland .301 Kroboth, Patricia 154, 301 Krueger, Nelson 191,265 Krug, Pamela 62, 148, 301 Krug, Sharon . . . , 72. 265 Krull, Charles 99, 265 Krul!, Christina 301 Kruse, Janice 72,301 KUCHAR, KATHLEEN 219 KUCHAR, DR. ROMAN ,181, 216 Kugler, Vicki 173,265 Kuhlman, Richard 301 Kuhlman, Ron 301 Kuhlman, Shirley 301 Kuhlman, Jerrel 147, 192 Kuhn, Agneta 265 Kuhn, Carle 128, 184. 265 Kuhn, Ed 87, 140 Kuhn, Judith 265 Kuhn, Ronald 265 Kuhn, Timothy ,301 Kuhn, Tom 301 Kuiper, Kenneth .265 Kulbiski, Janet 149 Kunza, Robert 265 Kvasnicka, Frances 170 L Laas, Larry 47, 52. 56, 265 Lacey. Rick 99, 114, 117 Ladenburger, Robert 301 Ladenburger, Susan . . r 1 73. 265 Lahey. Darcy 1 71 , 301 LAMBDA IOTA TAU ... 158 Lambert, Linda 188 Lamer, Wayne 1 91 Lampe, Debra . 173, 301 Landau, Vincent .165, 168, 170, 265 Landry, Carolyn 301 Lang, Jerome 174,265 Lang, Mary 301 Lang, Sharon . .265 Larson, Barbara 265 Larson, Connie 188 Larson, Ralph 180, 265 LaSalle, William . . . . 265 La Shell. Brenda 301 Laspisa, Barbara . .162, 163, 265 Laspisa, Phyllis . . . 163, 173, 301 Laubhan, Larry 87, 1 58 Laubhan, Michael . .87, 102, 117 Laudick, Bonnie 59 Law. Rita 256 Lawrence, Randy 92 Lawrenz, Ronald . . 102, 117, 301 Lawson, Mary 88, 89, 301 Lawver, John, 301 Leatherwood, Richard 301 Lecount, Alvin 301 Ledell, Mary ,.178,302 Lederer, Katherine ... 1 68. 1 70 Lee, Anita 302 Lee, Carolyn ,1 75 Lee, Gary 174,256 Letevre, Louis 256 Lefurgey, David 256 Legere, Madella . 302 Legg, Beverly 302 Legleiter, Janice 78, 302 Lehman, John . . 80, 81 , 117, 302 Leiker, Allen 302 Leiker, Ernest 302 Leiker, Jen 302 Leiker , Richard . 69, 1 73, 302 leinberger, Rex . 170 Leinen, Danny 302 Leis, Barbara 302 Lei s, Caro I da 302 Leis, Peggy 1 73, 302 Leltner, Gary 302 Leitner, Randolph . 160, 176, 302 Lembke, Cheryl ... 52 Lemon, Ciela . . 256 Lemuz, Robert , 256 Lenz, Pamela , 302 Leo, Frank . 123 Leonard, David .302 Leonetti, Alfonso 123 Leonhart, John . . 149, 179, 256 Lervold, Maurice .116 Lewallen, Warren 168, 170, 172, 302 Lewis, Cynthia ...... 302 Lewis, Martin 99 Li, Jui Cheng 196 Li, Larry 196 Liang, Myra 256 Libal, Debra 173, 302 Libsack, Craig 31 Liebl, Kenneth ,256 Lieffring, Jo Anna 256 Lienberger, Rex 168 Lienberger, Shelley .... .302 Liggett, Jane 88, 89, 302 Likes, Alan 190 Likes, Luanne 190 Lirntrakarn, Tasanee 256 Lincoln, Cheryl . . . .78, 173, 302 Lindberg, Curtis 302 Undberg, Sonja 173, 302 Linenberger, Deivern . .160, 256 Linenberger, Elsie 256 Linenberger, Gilbert 256 Linenberger, Janice . .302 Linenberger, Mary Lou 302 Ling, Rosanne , , 302 Link, Albert 74 Lippert, Nyta 84, 178, 302 LISTON, ANN 157, 229 LITTLEJOHN, JANE 237 LITTLE, DR. MILBURN . . . .224 Litzenberger, Gary . . 76, 77, 302 Lively, Jifl 188 Livingston, Cheri 302 Livingston, Mike 139 Locke, Janeil 171 , 302 Lodovtci, Vickie .168,170,178, 302 Loeppke, Sandra 194, 256 Loflin, John 256 LOGAN, JACK . 225 Lohmuiier, Monica 78, 302 Lohoefener, Debra ... 1 75, 302 Lohrmeyer, Roger 256 LOJKA, GLEN , . 184, 245 Long, Larry 92, 302 Long, Steven 302 Long, Terry , 190 Long, Thomas 256 Lonnon, Thomas 1 59, 256 Look. Lawrence ,114, 117, 302 Loomis, Robert 160, 256 Lopez, Jerry .302 Lorenz, Anita . . . ,175, 302 IQRIMGR, RONALD ,177, 226 Lorson, Debra . . ,302 Lott, Kenn 163 LOWEN, ROBERT 156, 210, 215 Loyd, Max 190, 256 Loyd, Terry 256 Lu, Chien 256 Luedke, Darryf .256 Luedke, Dennis .302 LUEHERS, DR ROBERT .229 Luetlers, Donna 193, 256 Lehman, Susan ....... 172, 302 Lyczak, Mary . . . 256 Lynam, Laquita , .256 Lynch, Marcia 256 Lynch. Sue 183. 302 Lynn, Larry 256 M Machal. Joseph .252 MACHAN, DR. LORRAINE 236 Macy, Barbara 158 Macy, Ronafd .302 Madden. Marie , . 302 Madden, Marsha ,267 Maddy, Linda 187 Maddy, William 302 Maher, Debra 88,89,303 Mahlman, Lee 267 Mahoney, Gregory 83,303 Mai. Debbie 303 Mai, John 80,81 Mai, Randal 303 Maier, Richard 123 Maifeld, Betty ,136, 178, 303 Major, Ronald .176, 303 Major, Steven 303 Malinowsky, Kirk . . . 303 Malone, Gerald . 183 Manee, James 303 Mangus, Danny 303 Manhart. Alice ...... ... 72. 303 Manhart, Don 92,303 Mann, Leland 1 70, 190 Mann, Robert . . . . 168 Mann, Theresa 303 Manning, Anita . . . .26, 249, 267 Mans, Larry 76, 77, 267 Mapes, Jerry . .52, 55. 153, 1 73, 303 Mapes, John 174, 267 Mapes, Kerry 55,136. 145, 173, 303 Mapes, Rocky 303 Mar, John 173, 303 MARCHING BAND 170 Marcotte, Michael 152, 155, 303 Marcy, Douglas 303 Marcy, John 174 Maresch, Judy. 176, 267 Mancie. Ward 180 MARKLEY, DR ROBERT .227 MARKS. MICHAEL - ,21 5 MARQUARDT, WILLIAM 214, 215 Marts. Denton 179, 303 Marsh, David ,303 MARSHALL, DR, DELBERT .233 Marti, Linda 84, 303 Martin, Diana ....... 303 Martin, Kenneth 173, 190 Martin, Melanie . . ,72, 171, 303 Martin, Paul 303 Martin, Tena . . 84 Martin, Terry .172 Martin, Thomas B 303 Martin. Thomas P 267 Marvine, Gary .99 Mason, Dennis , 303 Mason, Rosella 173 H 267 M as sag li a, Mark 170 Masters. Larry 267 Mateyec, Charlene ... 1 78, 303 Mathes, John 303 Mathes, Susan 267 Matkin, Marla 72. 267 MatTeson, Doris 303 Mattison, Kathy 72, 304 Maupin, Tom , , , .304 Maurath, Ronald 267 Maxwell, Marsha 304 MAXWELL, ROBERT ...... .215 May, Connie . 304 Mayhew, Paula .304 Maze, Larry 87, 1 68, 304 Mazouch, Eugene 267 McAdoo, Leslie 304 Me Alee, Kathy 31, 136, 148, 159, 304 McAfee, Melinda . . , ,72 McAfee, Farrell .76, 77 McCall, Barbara ,148,159 McCall, Bill 87,304 McCall, Cynthia 267 McCalmont, Tania , . 267 McCandless, Linda .78, 171, 304 McCants, Randall 83,267 McCaslin, Trudy 304 McClaren, Denise .173 McClaren, Susan 267 McClellan, Bob 142 McClellan, Craig 304 McClintock, Joni 78, 304 McClure, Alana 84, 166, 267 McComb, Kathryn 304 McConnell, Steve 172 McConnell, wayne 245 McCormack, John 155, 267 McCormick, Patricia 304 McCrory, Carolyn 304 McCULLICK, DR. JACK 223 McCullough, Cyrilia ... .160, 267 McCune, Kathleen , , 304 McCune, Terry 304 McDaniel, Rodney 304 McDonald, Emerson 92 McDonald, Susan 304 McDowe 1 1 , C lay to n 164 McFadden, Gayle 159, 267 McFafl, Arlene 161, 172, 304 McFarland, Alice . .33, isi, 215 McFarland, Galen. .87, 107, 155, 1 74, 304 McFarland, Jo Ann 267 McFarland. Marlys . , , .136, 173, 195, 304 McGavran, Thomas .90 McGillivray, Mike 74 McGinley, Richard. . 76, 77, 304 McGINN ESS, JAMES .166, 219 mcginnis, darrell 219 McGovern, Kathleen . 32, 70, 148, 149, 267 McGovern. Mary . .88, 89, 304 McGovern, Tom 71 McGowan, Meiva ,267 McGRATH HALL 56-5? McGRATH. DR, RICHARD .225 McGuire, James 76, 77 McGuire, Marlene 171, 267 McHenry, Jim 304 McKain, Linda 55, 304 McKee, Caroline .... .304 McKEE, DENNIS 160. 243 McKenna, Michael 304 McKinney. Daniel .172 McLain, Elizabeth ,267 McLain, Jerald 304 McLeish, William 83, 304 McLeland, David 102, 103 McMECHAN, DR. JAMES . .233 McMillan, Diana .88, 89 McMINDES HALL 58-59 McMullen, David 304 McMullen, Terrance 180 McMurtrie, Vallerie 304 McNamar, Dana 190 McNEIL, ED 99, 110. 245 McNichols, Marcia 304 McNinch, George 176, 267 McReynolds, William 267 McSpadden, Twylia . 179 McVicar, Janene 183, 304 McWilliams, Ronald 165. 168. 169, 170 Mead, Janell 188,267 MEADE, MICHAEL . . . 183. 216 Meairs, Debra 304 Meckel, Melody ... 139, 168, 304 Meckenstock, Dan ...... 92 Meckenstock, Mrs. David 84 Meek. Brenda 304 Meier, Linda 33, 142, 156, 267 Meier, Rebecca . , 136. 304 Meireis, Dwaine , 304 Meirowsky. Jeanine 304 Mels, Harold 304 Meis, Lynn 304 Meitler, Mary Lynne 304 Mermis. Barbara 304 MERMIS, BERNIE 227 Mermis. Clyde 304 Mermis, Richard 304 Merrifield, Terry . , . .76, 77, 119, 305 Meskimen, Alene 305 Metzler, Lawrence 305 Meyer, Mark 305 Michaelis, Barbara 267 Michaelis. Wilma 267 Michel, Bonnie 305 Michel, Stanley 305 Michel, Thomas 305 Michel, Toni 189,267 Mick, Russell 305 Mickelson, Cynthia 305 Mickey, Allan 156, 168, 170, 305 Milam, Vicki 267 MfLDBRANDT, SALLY. .164, 245 Miles, Charles 267 MILES, HELEN . .186, 187, 245 Miley, Kalhleen . , 72, 139, 305 Miller. Allan 90 Miller, Chylton 305 Miller, Conrad .148.149,156, 165, 168, 170, 172 Miller, Dan 305 Miller, Danny 305 Miller. Denis 152 , 155, 174, 305 Miller, Donnis 267 Miller, Doyle .... .165, 168, 170 Miller, Edward . .165, 168, 170 336 MILLER, ELAINE 239 Miller, Elizabeth . . .. 267 Miller, Geraldene 305 Miller, Judy 78, 305 Miller, June 157, 172, 305 Miller Kathleen 72. 305 Miller. Kathryn 159, 267 MILLER. DR- LEWIS 221 Miller, Marilyn ,267 Miller, Marvin 123 Miller, Michael 170, 172.305 Miller. Robert 87 Miller. Ronald 305 Miller. Ronald Lynn . . .267 Miller, Sheila 177 Miller, Stephen 172 Miller, Thomas ,145, 162, 163. 305 Miller. Wayne 177, 268 Million, Kathy 305 Mills. Ann 305 Mills, Rita 148, 159. 268 Millstead. Martha 145, 156, 178.305 Mi Itner, Larry 268 Miltner. Melanie 268 Mindrup, Gerald . . 195, 268 MINER, KATHLEEN 242 Minks, Diane 168,170, 178, 305 Minneman, Jeff 305 Minneman, Robert 305 Misak, Connie ,305 Misegadis, Debra 305 Misegadis, Laura , 84 Miser, Tim 190.268 Mitchell, Robert . , 160 MOECKEL, MERLYN (BUD) 107. 128, 245 Mohammadi, Mehdi ,.,196 Mohseni, Manoo 196 Molby, Nathan 99, 305 Montgomery, Alan 116, 305 Montgomery, Connie , 158, 176, 305 Montoia, Thomas 305 Moody, David 92, 161, 268 Moore, Brian 305 Moore, Carolyn .305 Moore, Connie 305 Moore. Edmund .92 Moore, Kathleen ... 88, 89, 1 50, 268 Moore, Linda 305 Moore, Margaret . 305 Moore, Renee 72, 1 73 Moore. Sharon 171.305 Moos, Carol 268 Morgan, Alexis ..... .305 Morgan, Allen 305 Morgan, Mary 305 Morley, Gary . . , . 305 Morris. Donna 88, 89, 134, 139, 172, 305 Morris, John 168, 170, 305 Morris, Linda 305 Morris, Mary Jo , , . . 306 Morris, Patricia 306 Monish, Mary Beth 78. 186, 306 Morrison, Douglas . . . 92 MORTARBOARD 150 Morton, Mary 306 Morton, Royce . 194, 195. 306 Moser, Michael 306 Moser, Sheila . 268 MOSS, DR, JOEL 218 Motz, Betty 305 Mowry, Melba ........ 1 53, 306 Moxter, Lowell 306 Moyer, Kat hie ne 188,306 MOYERS, EDWIN 169, 220, 221 Muck, Cheryl 178, 306 Muir, Dana 72, 306 Muir, Michael 74 Muirhead, Leann ,70. 78, 95. 306 Mullenix, Patricia 154 r 306 Muller. Gail 306 Muller, Kathfene 154 Munsch, Mary .78, 306 Munsey, James 52. 56, 69, 306 Murphy, Connie 306 Murphy, Kevin . 117, 180, 306 MYERLY, LOIS . , .207 Myers, Stephen . , . 268 N Nafley, Cynthia 306 Nash, Billie . 268 Nash, Lorraine _ . . 306 Nash, Melinda . 173 Nayior, Milton 168,170 Naylor, Patricia . . 78, 139. 306 Neaderhiser, Pamela 306 Nech. Joan ..... 1 88, 268 Nedrow, Mary 268 Needham, Leslie 306 Neeley, Paul 268 Neidenthai, Jo Ann 268 Neidhart, Paul 306 Neitzel, Sherry 268 Nelson, Barbara .148, 149, 150, 159, 268 Nelson, Dwight 268 Nelson, Jon 1 02, 117, 306 Nelson, Joyce 306 NELSON, MICHAEL 235 Nelson, Russell 306 Nelssen, Judy 306 Neuman, Mark 306 Newberry, Kathy 148 Newcomer, Donna 306 Newell, Arlen 268 Newell, Joyce 188 Newell, Stanley 269 Newquist, Waldo 306 Nichol, Dana , 172,306 Nicholas, Connie , 306 Nicholas, Joel 269 NICHOLS, GILBERT . 197, 239 Nichols, Scott 83, 134, 135 Nichols, Mike ,,,190 Nickels, Robert 306 Nickelson, Terry ,306 Nicolet, Sharon 62, 142, 143, 1 56, 306 Niece, Kerry 269 Niermeier, Debra 306 Niermeier, Rudy .269 Niermeier, Stanley 306 Niermeier, Vicki ....... 1 80, 306 Niemberger, Jolene 269 Niernberger, Nancy ....... ,306 Niles, Rebecca 173 Nilsson. Karen 135, 306 Nipple, Donald 306 Nipple, Fredrick .1 55 306 Noble, Don . 197, 269 Noel, Nancy . . , . 72, 306 Nolle, Roger 71 , 83 Nondorf, Shelley 1 73, 306 Nondorf, William ,269 Noone, James 306 Nordberg, Ernest ......... ,306 Norden, Edward 269 Norris, Mary Beth .72, 157, 168, 169, 170 North, Ann, 168 Northern, Pameia 269 Norton, Linda , . 307 NORTON, RODNEY 183, 216 Norvell, Joe 135, 193, 269 Nottingham, Deborah 30, 72, 95, 153, 154, 307 Novinger Carl ... .307 Nuckolls, Rhonda 170, 307 NUGENT, JAMES . 52, 60, 209 NURSING CLUB 178 Nusser, John 69, 269 Nusser, Terry 307 Nye. Agnes 269 Nyhoff, Suzanne .153, 154, 307 o Qbermuller, Daryl 184, 269 Obert, Mark 193, 307 Qberate, Gary ©0, 61 Ochel, Rikie 87 Ochs. Joan . 162, 163, 307 Ochs. Mary 307 Ochs, Stephen 269 Ochsner, Robert 269 Ochsner, Susan , , .307 Odegard, Steven .269 Oden, Linda 307 Odie, Gary 307 Qelke, Dennis .176, 307 Getting, Jean . . .307 Ogburn. James 174 Ogburn, Vivian 269 O ' Hara, Gordon . . .138 O ' Hare, Cynthia 307 Ohlemeier, Jerry 307 Gkane, Nancy 269 Okeson, David . .105, 107, 117, 269 Okugawa, Yoshihisa . , 196, 269 OLCOTT, JAMES 169, 221 Olinger, John . . 307 Oliphant r Charlotte .175, 307 OLIVA, DR. LEO 229 Olson, David 180, 307 Olson, Dorothy 307 Olson, Mary 178, 307 Olson, Randy 113,307 Olushola, Abel 307 Oplinger, Wanda 307 O ' Reagan, Jeanette 175, 270 Oringderff, Richard . .76, 77, 308 Orr. Robert 308 Orwig. Lynda 308 Osborn, Curtis .76, 77 Osborne, Charles .71, 76, 77, 147, 192, 270 OSBORNE, RICHARD . 211, 308 Osburn, Jeanie 145, 156, 197, 270 Osburn, Gary 92,308 Oshel, Judy 270 Ostmeyer, Miriam 72 Oswald, Cheryl 308 Otis, Dara 308 O ' Toole, David 398 O Toole, Vicki ... ,170 Gttaway, Clifton ISO, 270 Otte, Barbara .55. 153, 154, 308 Oyler, Stanley 134, 135 p Paget, William ,155. 159, 270 Pahis, Dennis ....... .180, 308 337 Pahls. Janel 270 Pahis, Patricia 154, 171, 306 Palmberg, Edgar 90, 270 Palmer, Douglas. .163, 166, 168, 1 70, 308 PALMER, HAROLD 221 PANHELLENIC COUNCII 70 Panzer, Thomas 308 Papes, Dean . .270 Papon, Bruce 190, 308 Pappas, Elena 308 PARAMGRE, JIM 99, 245 PARISH, DR, VERNA 214 Parker, Barbara 1 58, 166 Parker, Douglas 87 Parker, Gary 308 Parker Jacqueline 308 Parker, Mary 308 Parks. Carol . 78, 168, 169, 170, 308 Parks, David 174,270 Parks, Mark 308 Parks, Michael 308 Parrott, Michael 270 Parsons, Mark 87, 308 Parsons, Pamela .171, 308 Partin, Barbara 270 Partington, Curtis 148, 155 Patry, Ken . 47, 52, 56, 135, 155, 306 Patterson, Beth 308 Patterson, Jean 308 PAUL, CHRISTOPHER. .... .217 Paul, Ginger 270 Pauley, Patricia 308 Pauli, Pamela 72 Pauls, Glenn 308 Pauls, Margaret 270 Pavlu, Paul 308 Peach, Helen 308 Peacock, Kathryn 1 78. 308 Pearce, Michelle 308 Pearson, William 90, 308 Pechanec, Stephen .... 1 91 . 308 Peck, Teresa 308 Peckover, Kathy , .270 Peery, Annette 308 PEIER, DALE , 225 Peintner, Robert 308 Pekarek, John. .76, 77, 118, 119 Pekarek, Kevin . 308 Pekarek, Rita 154, 308 Pellant, Michael .128 Pemberton, William 76, 77 Penka. Alvin .117 Pennington, Eugene , . 87, 308 Pen n i ng ton , J oy ce 270 Pennington, Stephanie . 173, 308 Perkins. Georgia . .173, 194, 308 Peron, Gary 308 Perri, Victor 123 Peter, Larry 308 Peters, Janice 308 Peters, Linda 1 54, 308 Peters, Robert 183, 308 Peters, Sandra 308 Peters, Steve 309 Peters, Terry 163, 309 Petersilie, Douglas 74, 309 Petrik, Charles 309 PETTENGILL, GLENN , , 223 Pettera, Kathryn 270 Peverley, Bruce ..,..190 Pfannen stiel Cliff 270 Pfannenstiel, Diana .178, 309 Pfannenstiel, Galen . 107, 123, 309 Pfannenstiel, Joanne 309 Pfannenstiel, Linus 69, 183, 192, 309 Pfannenstiel, Mark 83, 309 Pfannenstiel, Thomas 183 Pfannenstiel, Verlin ...... .270 Pfannenstiel, Vern 138 Pfeifer, Diane. 309 Pfeifer, Kenneth 309 Pfeifer, Larry 270 PFEIFER, LEONA 183, 212, 216 Pfeifer, Patti 154, 309 Pfeifer, Richard 270 Pfenninger, Ronald ... 180, 270 Pflughoft, Kathy 84, 270 PFLUGHOFT, RONALD . 1 92, 21 1 Pfortmiller, Carolyn 309 PHI BETA LAMBDA 177 PHI CHI 160 PHI ETA SIGMA 155 Philip, Doug ...190 Philip, Joseph 170 Phillips, Floyd 197 Phillips, Lloy 309 Phillips, Michael 92 PHI ALPHA THETA 157 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA .156 Phuntupetch, Virayuk . .196, 270 PI DELTA EPSILON 156 PI OMEGA PI 159 Pickard, Karen . .78. 149, 150, 270 Pickering, Carlene 149, 270 Pientka, Steven 92, 309 Pierce, Bonnie 309 Pierce, James 209 Pierce, Kent 309 Pierce, Martha 309 Pierce, Mary Lynn 309 PIERSON, DR. DAVID 231 Pirzadeh, Mehdi 196 Pishny, Janyth . . , , 270 Pishny, Lon 1 56, 270 Pishny, Marilyn. .52, 135, 173, 309 Pittman, Betty 309 Pittman, Kenneth 148, 270 Platt, Michael 309 Pojananond, Siripom 196, 270 POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB ,181 Pongparit, Vichai 196 Poof, Kathryn , 309 Poore, Kathy 72, 309 Poore, Linda 72, 171, 309 Popp, Connie .309 Popp, Debra 309 Popp, Linda 164 POPP, NANCY 245 Porter, Kathy 309 Porter, Tamara ,72, 270 Porter, Tim 309 Portschy, Jean , 178, 309 Potter, Michael 309 Potter, Virginia 270 POWELL, BETTIE 239 Powell, Dennis 172 Powers, Ronald 76, 71 , 309 POWERS, DR. WILLIAM . . . .239 Prather, William 74. 309 Pratt, Lynn 309 Presley, John .309 Preston, Alda 171, 270 Preston. Michael 193 Preuss, Larry 309 PRICE, ERNEST .146, 225 PRICE, DR, GORDON 239 Proffitt, Donald .168, 169, 170 Prosser, Judy 270 Pruett, Jan is 148,270 PRUITT, DR. ROGER 234 Prusa, Debora 88, 89, 171, 309 Prusa, Steve 56, 309 Pruter, Roger , 309 Ptacek, Terry 83, 1 13, 309 Pugh. Laura 309 Pugh, Patricia 270 Pundsack, Joanne 209 Purvis, Sharon ,270 Puyear, Martha 84, 270 Puyear, Vincent ,176, 309 Pyke, Thomas . ,174, 309 Pyle, John 193, 270 Pyle, Rebecca 270 Q Quasi, Danny ,76. 77, 1 10, 309 Quint. Hoily 173, 310 Quint, Jan 52 Quint, Ronald 271 Quint, Sherry 148, 217 33a R REED, LAWRENCE (MAC) , .239 Rees, Howard 310 Reeves, Gloria 148 Rabas, Alan 310 Rqgan, Colleen .72, 310 Rabenseifner, Bernard 21 1 Reg ter, Wayne. 128, 310 Rack. Donald 3W .FjElCHUBER, MELVIN 225 Radcliffe, Dana 32, 271 Radciiffe, Diana , . , , 310 Rader, Marsha .78, 173, 310 Reifscnn eider, Paul Reimer, Ron S3, 155, 310 179 RADIO AND TV PRODUCTIONS 147 Radnor, Alberta 271 Ragan, Philip ,168, 310 Rahimian, Bonnie , , . , ,175, 188 Raile, Charlene , . , ,271 Railsback, Thomas , , 1 56, 1 68 Rajanivat, Sornsawan . . . , ,271 Rajewski, Diane 161,310 Rajewski, John 310 Ramage, Michael 271 RAMEY, JOHN (JACK). .99, 113, 245 Rampy, Troy , ,107, 123, 310 Ramsey, Jerry 1 57, 1 75 Rand, Charlene 310 Randel, Deborah 310 Ran del, Gregory 169 Randle, Joyce 72. 310 Randle, Karla 271 Rein, Dale 52, 60, 61, 173, 310 Rein, Donald . 271 Rein, Kenneth .310 Rein, Marilyn 310 Reinert, Cecelia 1 58, 271 Reinert, Michael 180, 271 Reinert, Rosalie . , , .21 i Reinking, Victor 311 Reliham, Cathy 173 Remmert, Rick 311 Rempe. Edward . 311 Rempe, Francis ,311 Renick, ila 31 1 Renick, Mark 311 Renner, Sheila 311 Renner, Susan ,271 REVEILLE 144 Reynolds, Cynthia 149, 271 REYNOLDS, DR. HOWARD 230, 231 Randle, Nancy 134, 139 Randle. Randy 271 Randolph, Donovan .76, 77, 110 Randolph, Janis 159, 271 Randolph, Lennis . ,310 Raney, Sonja 188 Rapp, Donna 186, 187, 189,310 Rathbun, Connie 310 Rathgeber, Carol 310 Rauch, Walter . .310 Rauhut, Duane 107,271 Rauscher, Mary , .84, 148, 271 Rauscher, William 83,310 Raven, Mark ..310 Rawlings, Jan 78 Ray, Vicky 173, 176, 271 Rayburn, Ella 175, 271 flazak, Scott .310 RAZAK. DR. W. NEVELL .177, 226 Ready, Esther , . , .310 RECORDER ENSEMBLE 166 Redd, Mrs. Mary 51, 59 Redel, Mary Jo . ... 72, 1 71 , 310 REDETZKE, MARGARET . . 237 Redetzke, Marlyn .... 1 91 , 271 Redetzke, Melvin .... 76, 77, 142 Reynolds, Susan 311 Reystead, Michael . 311 Rhoden, Bradley , 311 Rice, Donald 271 RICE, DR. JIMMY 206 RICHARDS. R. C 179, 233 Richardson. Gail 195, 311 Richardson. Martha 311 Richmeier. Donald 90 Richmeier. Laura . .84, 186, 189, 311 Richmond. Dennis 271 Rickard, Martha ,29, 190 Ridder, James 271 Riddle. Debra . . . 311 Riebei, James ...... . . .311 Riebei, Steven .80, 81 , 311 Riedel, Alan 52, 61 , 175 Riedel, Andrew . .271 Riedel, James 99 Riedel, Janis 311 Riedel, Kathryn , 145. 156, 31 1 Riedel, Mary Jo . .153, 154, 31 1 Riedel, Robert 176, 311 Riedl. Katheryn 194, 271 Riegel, Sherry 72, 153, 154, 173, 311 Reece, Steven 310 Reed, Burton 271 Rifford, Deborah .271 Riggs, Phyllis .311 Rigor, Brenda . 168, 169, 31 1 RILEY. ESTA LOU 239 Riley, Krista 78, 173. 311 Rinehart, Celia .171, 173, 311 Rinehart, Deanna 271 Ring, Debbie 70, 84 Rinker, Randy . .31 1 Rippe, Ronald .311 Rishell, Pamela 311 Ritter. Gary 107, 271 Roach. Orvan .33, 31 1 Robben, Eugene 312 Robben, Gary 183, 271 Robben, Genevieve . . . 84, 31 2 Robben, Georgene . . . .183, 312 Robben, Janice 271 Robben, Kathleen 312 Robben, William .312 Robbins, Leonard .... 1 80, 31 2 Roberts, Alan 312 Roberts, Betty 211 Roberts, Betty Anne ..... .271 Roberts, Jan 168, 312 Roberts, Marsha ,271 Roberts, Raul 271 Roberts, Shirley ....... 186, 31 2 Roberts, Tona 312 Roberts, Wayne .... 74, 31 2 Robertson, David ... 31 2 Robertson, Jack , . 52, 61, 312 ROBERTSON, DR. STANLEY ...... 179, 234 Robinson, Gerald 155, 160, 177, 271 R obi nso n , G regor y 92 Robinson, Joet 312 Robinson, Karfa , .271 Robinson, Marlena 271 Robinson, Roger ... .271 Robinson, Ruth . 70, 72, 312 ROBINSON, DR. WILLIAM .239 Robinson, William M .165, 168 Robinson, William S. ,155, 172, 312 Robison, Susan .31 2 RODEO CLUB 190 R oder r Howard 138 Roemer, Douglas .76, 77. 312 Roemer, Janet ......... 272 Roemer, Tima 178, 312 Rogers, Charles ... 191 Rogers, Herbert 182 Rogers, Joyce 312 ROGERS. KATHERINE .145, 156, 215 Rogers, Kathryn L 173 Rogers, Kathryn R 183, 312 Rogers, Linda 182, 31 2 Rogers, Lynn 1 39. 21 1 Rogers, Maxine ...... 1 79, 312 Rogers, Pamela 312 Rogers, William B 83 Rogers, William J, ...... 272 Rohleder, Gerald 312 Rohleder, Mary Kay .194 Rohr, Sandra , . .148, 149, 157, 165, 168, 170 Rohrbough, Johnny 190 Rolfs, Dennis 312 Rolfs, Harland 272 ROLFS, MARVIN , 232 Romanucci. Dawn . .52, 88, 89. 183. 312 Rome, Stephen 312 Romeiser, Kenneth ,176 Roos, Kathleen 312 Roos, Leo .113, 184, 272 Rorabaugh, Christopher . ... 128 Rose, Franklin .193 Rose, Monte 312 Rose, Sharon . . . .168, 171, 195, 312 Rose, Terrance 190, 312 Rose, Theda .175 Rosenberg. Rex ,272 Ross, Jerald 160, 176, 312 Ross, Mary .312 Ross, Michael 155, 31 2 Ross, Norma .272 Roth, Donna ... 31 2 Roth, Diane 171, 312 Rothenberger, Steve 312 Rothfuss, Larry ... .272 ROTHWELL, DAN 217 Rot rock, Chester 1 92, 312 Rourke, Louise . .312 Roush, Rodney 312 Rowland, Debra 173,312 Rucker, Christopher 312 Ruda, Mary 312 Ruda, Rose 312 Ruder, Myrna 162 Ruder, Ranell 312 Ruder, Rodney ,123 Rueb, Cynthia 272 Ruff, Lynnette 312 Rumford, Charles 190 Rumford, Vicky 190 Rummel, Kathryn 312 RUMPEL. MAX 233 Rupke, Charlyn 1 54, 1 78, 31 3 Rupp, Charles .313 RUPP, DANIEL .223 Rupp, James 313 Rupp, Marlene 313 Rupp, Melvin . 174, 272 339 RUPP. SANDRA 159 Rupp. Stephen 313 Rupp, Steven 313 Rusch, Dorothy , , 136, 272 Rusch, Jan 76, 77 Russ, Edward . . . ,313 Russell, Jonnie S3, 272 RUSSIAN CLUB 181 Ruud, Howard 87, 272 RYABIK, JAMES 272 Rynerson. Don ,184 S SACKETT, MARJORIE 215 Saddler, John 272 Sager, Janet 272 Saindon, Greg 113, 313 Sainlar, Douglas 161, 272 St. Aubyn, Henrietta 274 Salmans, Nick 272 Salser, Christine , , 272 Sals man, Randolyn 188 Samples. David 313 Sampson, Gary 192 Sanborn, William 80, 81 Sandeil, Garold . , 90,313 Sander, Cecilia 154, 313 Sander, Sam .272 Sanders, Diane 1 86, 1 87 Sanders, Johnny 1 10, 313 Sanders, Patti .72, 313 Sandow, Geraldine 313 Sanko, Linda 313 Sarmiento, Luis 196 Sarmiento, Mario 196, 313 Sarmiento, Marta 196, 313 Satterfield, Donald 74, 313 Sauer, Gerald 313 Saunders, Michael , . . ' 90 Sayler, Karen 52. 313 Schaben, Cheryl 177, 272 Schaben, Kent .173 Schaefer, Ellen 313 Schaefer, Michael 76, 77. 152, 155, 272 Schaeffer, Gary 313 Schaeffer, Robert 272 Schaeffer. Steven 313 Schaetzle, Howard 83, 142, 272 Schaffer. Gregory . 90, 1 84. 272 Schaffer. Kathryn 272 Schamber, Dennis 170,313 Schardein, Michael 83. 313 Scheck, Dennis 313 Scheer, John 174, 313 Schemper, Cathalee 313 Schenk, Debbie . . . 31 3 Sche rl ing , □ ebo rah 84, 168, 169, 170, 173, 313 Scheuffer, Micheal 99. 1 17 Scheve, Terry . . 313 Schields, Gary 272 Schiewe, Valorie 313 Schiltz, Delores 313 Schinstock, Vicki . .88, 89, 154, 313 Schippers, Mark 3 13 Schippers, Mary 313 Schirer. Eleanor , 272 Schirmer, Charles . . 99. 272 Schfageck, Tina 72 Schlegel, Enid 313 SCHLEICH. PHYLLIS. 166, 221 Schlepp, Richard 180 Schmafzned, Marsha 313 Scbmeidler, Darrell . 272 Schmeldler, Sheila 313 Schmeidier, Wanda 313 SCHMELLER, H, J 175, 229 Schmidt, Carla . _ 272 Schmidt, David 313 Schmidt, Donald 174, 272 Schmidt, Erma ,..313 Schmidt, Gary 313 Schmidt, Katherine 313 Schmidt, Marla 1 61 , 31 3 Schmidt, Marybeth 313 Schmidt, Melvin 272 Schmidt, Michael 179, 314 Schmidt, Ramon ,314 Schmidt, Russell .183 Schmidt, Stan 190 Schmidt, Susan ..314 Schmidtberger, Gerald 314 Schmidtberger, Raymond . .314 Schmidtberger, Richard 1 68 Schneider, Craig .184 Schneider, John . 117, 184, 272 Schneider, Ronald . . .155, 159, 192. 194, 314 Schneider, Steve 272 Schneweis, Garold . .272 Schneweis, Kalhleen 314 Schneweis, Lois .314 Schoenberger. Judilh .272 Schoenfeld, Belinda 52 Schoenthaler, Brian 87. 314 Schon, Darrell ,272 Schon, Jacquelyn . . 272 Schon, Wayne 160 Schonthaler, Susan . , 139, 314 Schoonover, Jeff 314 Schrader, Lewis. 31 4 Schraeder, Robert 1 68, 170, 173 Schreck, Thomas 314 Schremmer, Lou Ann . 194, 314 Schriock, Lynn 314 SCHRODER, DR, ELTON . 231 Schroder, Peggy 314 Schroeder, Richard , 314 Schroeder, Terry .314 Schuckman, Debra 314 Schuckman, Janet 314 Schukman, Jay .152, 179, 181. 272 Schukman, John 314 Schulle, Cynthia .168 Schulte, Jane 153, 154, 172, 183, 314 Schulte, Judith 273 Schulte, Karen 178, 273 Schulte, Kenneth 273 Schulte, Luanne 314 Schulte, Mary Jo 314 Schulte, Paula 314 Schultz, Arlen 314 Schultz, Carla 314 Schultz, Kevin 314 Schultz. Terry , 273 Schulz, Cheri 29, 190 Schulz, Kim . .314 Schumacher, Calvin .314 Schumacher, Paul . .314 Schuman, Lila . . . . .273 Schupbach, Gary 87 Schuster, Lois ... .314 Schuster, Michael 74, 314 Schwanke, Charles 87, 273 Sc h wa n ke . Ve rnon 87 Schwartz, Donna .314 Schwartz, Richard 273 Schwartzkopf. M, 314 Schwarz, Jeffery 74, 314 Schwarz, Leona .. 148, 168, 314 Schwein, Jerry 88, 89, 172, 314 Schwieterman, Omer 314 Schwindt, Robert . 1 65, 1 68, 1 70 Scoby, Donna 188 Scott, Kenneth .1 65. 1 68, 1 70, 314 Scott, Lois 273 Scott, Rodger 1 61 Scufley, Theresia .177 Sebaugh, Telia 88,89 SEBOLD, DOUGLAS 245 Secavec, Marvin 179 Secrest, Shell! ,175, 273 Sedoreck, Neva . . 1 73, 1 81 , 273 Seeberger, Mary Jayne 273 Seele, Linda ,,,,,,, ,273 Seib, Thomas 314 Sieker, Ron 102, 103 Sejkora, Letand 314 Sekavec. Dale , .175, 273 Sekavec, Marvin 314 Sekavec, Thomas 197 Sefby, Robert 163, 273 Self, Gayle ,314 Selfridge, C. Allen 273 Seilers, Palhcia 158, 170, 314 Sellers. Richard 314 Seltmann. Thomas J, 314 Settles. Cheryl 315 SEVENTH CAVALRY 152 Sexson, Charles 177, 192, 273 Shaffer, Charlotte .166 Shahan, Neva 315 Shank, Harriet 88, 89, 153. 154. 315 Shank, Myra 84, 315 SHAPIRO, DR, MARTIN . . .169, 221 SHARP, DUANE 169, 231 Shaver, Ned 315 Shaw. Kevin . . .76, 77, 118, 119 Shaw. Michael 116, 117 Shaw. Roberta 315 Shaw, Ronald 315 Shay, Delilah 55, 273 SHEARER, DR. EDMUND 233 Shearmire, Gregg 117,315 Sheets, Deborah . .315 Shell, Corinne Denise ... 88. 89, 178. 315 Shelton, Barbara 315 Shepherd, Leona , .273 Shepherd, Paul ,273 Sherman, John ... .83, 315 Shields, David 83 Shira, Diantha Jean ... 1 58. 31 5 Shirk, Karen 315 Shirley, James 172, 315 Shoemaker, Carolyn 315 Shoemaker, David 31 5 Shortridge, Kan , 315 Shriwise, Mark 315 Shryock, David 139,315 Shulsky, Michael ... .76, 77,315 Shuman, Philip .172 Shuster, Becky 315 Shuster, Gary 76, 77, 274 Siefkes, Carol 64, 158, 176, 195, 315 Siefkes, Charlotte 315 Siefkes, Robert . .161, 192 r 195. 315 Siefkes, Verlin 174,315 Sieker. Ronald . . 117 Siemens, Larry 128 340 Siemers, Delbert 174, 193 Siemers, Kurils 274 Siglinger, Marlin 69, 315 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 157 SIGMA CHI ,02, S3 SIGMA PHI EPSILON 86. 87 SIGMA TALI GAMMA , . .90. 91 Silkman, Debra . .84, 315 Silkman, Patricia 315 Sim, Stephen 274 SIMONS, KENNETH . . .33, 231 Simmons, Barbara 175 Simmons, Kurt 31 5 Simons, Donald 193. 315 Simons, Nancy 1 78. 31 5 Simpson, Donald 315 Simpson, Lola . 1 76. 31 5 Simpson, Sandra 274 Sims, Morion 315 Sirichanya, Yingyong .196 Sirirat, Pongsak 196 Sirirattna, Boonsong 196 Sirithaphorn, Koonthon 196 Siruta, William 180, 274 Skrdlant, Dawn 315 Skucius, Susan 315 Slavik, Daryl 174,315 SLECHTA, DR. DONALD . 228 Sleichter, Kirk 90, 174, 315 Slimmer, Virginia 274 Slipke, Mike 315 Slipke, Pamela Kay . ... 1 66, 1 68, 170 r 31 5 Sloan, Howard 315 Sloan, Karen 315 Sloan, Larry D 174, 274 Sloan, Larry L 274 Sloan, Mary 315 SLONAKER. ROBERT ... .227 Smalley, Rickey 83 Smetana, Mary . 274 Smith, Bernard 274 Smith, Carol 315 Smith, Charles 315 Smith, Coral 274 Smith. Dale Marie 315 Smith. David 128, 31 5 Smith. Dee Ann 72 Smith. Glenda 188,316 Smith, James 316 Smith, Jeannette 204 Smith, Jerald 99 Smith, J. Bruce 274 Smith, Rhonda 316 Smith, Rick 316 SMITH, ROBERT 239 SMITH, DR. RONALD 227 Smith, Rosemary 190 Smith, Vicky .316 SMITH, DR. WILDA 229 Smull, Thomas 316 Snider, Alan . . , 316 Snider, Irene 274 Snow, Barton ... 105, 107, 103 Sobba, Barbara 316 Sobba, Linda 180 Sobba, Mike 99 Sobba, Steven .92, 316 SOCCER CLUB 191 SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS 179 SOCIOLOGY CLUB 177 Soeken, Danny 186, 294 Soeken, Mark . 76, 77, 83, 316 Soeken, Nancy 189, 316 Soelter, Gregory 316 Solko, Patricia 59, 1 78, 316 Solt, Elden , . 316 Solze, Cheryl 78. 274 Soper, Sue . .316 Sowers, Sheryi 274 Spady, Dwayne 140,316 Spalsbury, Carol . 148, 158, 274 Spangler. Susan ...... 1 71 , 316 SPANISH CLUB 102 Sparrow, Steve 195 Spencer, Lorraine 316 Spicer. Jay .316 Spicer, Kathy .137 Spicer, Thomas 90, 99, 100 Splawn, Brad . 316 Sprague, Steven 316 Spreier, Steven 316 Springfeldt, Matt .156, 165, 168, 170 Srisuvana, Siriboon 196 Staab, Ann 274 Staab, Dennis 121 Staab, Gerald 123 Staab, Leon ...181, 1 93, 274 Staab, Terri ....... 72, 143 Stahl, Bruce 316 Siaker, Edith 274 Standard, Lea Ann 316 Standish. Greg . . .107, 108, 316 Standish, Judy . .316 Stang, Marilyn 178, 316 Stangel, Karla 274 Stanley, William .195 STANSBURY, JAMES 239 Stansfield, Jane . . . , , , , 1 73, 316 Stansfield, Patricia 171, 173 Stanton, Loren 142 Stapp, LA 197 STAR PROMENADERS 194 Staten, Randy . . 316 STAVEN, DR. LaVIER 239 Stearns, Deanna ..154, 171,317 Steckleln, Kathleen . ... 157, 173, 317 Stecklein, Virginia 317 Steen, Karen . , .28, 88, 89, 317 Stegmeier, Jean 158 STEHNO, DR EDWARD 239 Steimei, Carol 159, 317 Steincamp, Marilyn 78, 274 Steiner, Kathy .317 Steinike, Paul , 274 Stejskal, Donna ... 274 Stejskai, Thomas 180, 190 Stelzer, Teresa .317 Stenzel, Dee Ann 188, 274 Stephen, Dianna , . 84, 171, 317 Stephens, Denice . . . 72 Stephens, Gregory 317 Stephens, Roger 179,317 Stepp, Mary 317 Stevens, Eugene ,317 Stevenson, Leonard ... 161 , 274 Stewart, Grelchen ,317 Stewart, Kay 159 STEWART, MICHAEL O 208 Stewart, Susan 78, 187 Stinemetz, Phillip 92, 317 Stone, Gerald 317 Stone. Maria . .317 Storm, Bonnie . 169 Storm, Linda .157, 167, 169, 317 Stoskopf, John 175 STOUFFER. JEAN .33, 136, 209 Stout, Kenneth 317 STOUT, DR DONALD 221 STOUT, ROBERTA ' 215 Straight Jennie 274 Stramel, Stephen 317 Stramel, W. Phillip 99, 317 Stranathan, Ruth 59 Strauss, Jacqueline 274 STRING ORCHESTRA 167 STRING QUARTET 167 STROMGREN, TOM .97. 99, 245 Stromquist, Lynn . .78, 317 Stuart, Patrick 274 341 Stuart, Susan 88, 89 Stuart, Tarry 87 STUDENT CHAPTER OF SOIL CONSERVATION 180 STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 175 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 161. 197 STUDENT SENATE 134, 135 Stuewe, Faye 31 7 Stull, Kendall 165, 168, 170 Stull, lary Dale . . 274 Suelter, Carol 317 Suelter, Stanley ,317 Sullivan, Kay 84, 317 Suizman, Annette , 44. 95, 186. 187, 189,317 Sundet, Anita 173 Sunley, James 274 Suppes, Ronald 123, 274 Suppes. Sheila . .31 7 SURAN, CADE 245 Sutor, Darla 317 Sutton, Barbara 31? Swafford, Janet 274 Swart, Sandra 72 P 158, 317 Swartz, David 317 Swartz. Harold 190 r 274 Swisher, Connie ...... .72, 317 Swisher, Lana 317 Switzer, James 92,135 Swords, Charlotte 274 T Tacha, Cheryl . . . 317 Tacha, Roger 317 Taddiken, Mark 174, 274 Talbott, Doug 165,168 Taldo, Margaret 274 Talkington, Doyle 190 Tangeman, Jack 274 Jarman, David 161, 275 Tarrant, Clifford ,275 Tarrant, David . . . . 134, 149, 155 Tate, Jolece .52, 59, 136, 153, 317 Tatkenhorst, Lynn 117, 275 Tatro, Francis 180 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 92, 93 Taxter, Michael 83 Taylor, Barbara 275 Taylor, Joann 165, 168, 170,317 Taylor, Lois 31 7 Teasley, Warren 110 Tedesco, Nola . .275 Teeter, Loretta .275 Tempero, Mary 148 Temple, Christie .171, 173. 317 Terry, Linda , . . 188 Thacker, Darlene . . . , 317 Thacker, Kathy . . 153, 158, 176, 317 Thalheim, Fred 35, 181, 275 Thalheim, Verlaine 52, 153, 154, 173, 317 Tharp, Cindy 177, 317 Thayer, Teresa 178, 317 Thibault, Patricia 52 t 61, 139 THIRSTRUP, LARRY .117, 245 Thoben, Eric 80, 81 THOMAS, DR, ARCHIE . 225, 317 Thomas, Charles 317 THOMAS, DOLLIE 225 Thomas, Dorothy 317 THOMAS, VERA 225 THOMPSON, DR. CARL 231 Thompson, Faye 317 Thompson, Craig 152, 318 Thompson, Marsha 72, 171, 318 Thompson, Pamela Sue . , ,72 Thompson, Shirley 275 THOMPSON, DR. W, R 212 THORNS, JOHN 219.275 Thummel, Jon 148, 275 Thurman, Craig .87, 184, 275 Thurman, Douglas. 87, 107, 108 Thyfault, CarmelJa 175 Thyfault, Vickie 185, 189 TIFFANY, PHYLLIS 227 TIGER DEBS 171 Tidberg, Gordon . . .76, 77, 318 Tilson, John 99 Timken, Alpha Jean ,275 Timken, Rebecca ... 153, 318 Tippery, Karen 1 73, 31 8 Tipton, Nancy - .275 Tittel, Marlene .31 8 TOALSON, WILMONT 232 TOBIAS, GARY . , 243 Tobias. Susan . .171, 173, 318 Todd, Connie 188 Todd, Larry 318 Toepfer, Thomas . 83, 148, 149, 275 TOMANEK, DR, GERALD .230 Tomasu, Robyn ... .88, 89, 153, 154, 171 ( 318 Tomlin, Karen , .176, 318 Tomlinson, Deborah 88, 89, 153, 157, 167, 169, 319 TOMLINSON, DR. JOHN 222 Tonne. Larry .275 Toot, Carol 318 Totten, Deborah 171,318 Touslee, Terry 318 Towne, Katherine 275 Townley, Linda 170, 318 Towns, Bonnie .136, 148, 149, 275 Towns, Randy 184, 318 Townsend, Kathryn 318 Trainer, Kay 154,181.318 TRAMEL, DR. STEPHEN ... .218 Tremblay, Leland . 193 Trent, Anna 88, 89, 157, 172, 318 Tresner, Leon 318 Tresner, Kathleen 173, 275 Treu, Patrick 135 Triple, Ronnie 275 Trice, Jill .190 Tripp, Kerry 158, 176, 318 Trout, Kimberly . .145, 173, 318 Trowbridge, David 190 Troyer, Scott ,318 Trumbull, Robert 193,318 Trumpp, Beverly .166, 168, 169, 170 Tucker, Alan 318 Tucker, Billy 275 Tucker, Joyce . 1 86, 31 8 Tucker, Lyle 190 Turkle, Diana . .32, 78, 137, 149, 150, 275 Turkle. Jon 318 Turnbull, Marcia . . .88, 89, 275 Turner, Beverly 136, 318 Turner, Charles 99 Turner, Gregory 156, 275 Turner, John 275 Turner, Michael 142, 156, 183, 194 Turner, Rosalie 275 Turney, Carol 70, 84, 318 TURPIN, GILBERT 231 Twitched, Betty 173, 318 Tyler, James 1 73, 1 74 u Ubelaker, Douglas 318 Unger, Reni . , 318 Unrein, Mary Beth 318 Unruh, Alice 1 68, 318 Unruh, David 174, 31 8 Unruh, Galen . 318 Urban, Daniel .275 Urban, Terrance 318 Urbanek, Carl . 168, 173, 318 Urraza, Luis .318 V Vachanasvastl, Puntip 196 Vague, Jeanette . . 275 VALANNE, DLL! 219 Van Aden, David , 318 Van Dampen, Don 161 Van Coevern, James 318 Van Deusen. Pam 318 Van Dolah. Patricia 318 Van Doren, Marilyn 72 Van Eaton, Dianna 318 Van Eaton, Quentin 275 Van Patten, Bruce 318 Van Vleef. Merald 275 Vanlandingham, Janet 175 Vanroekel, Donald , ,275 Varah, Louise 318 Vavricka, Pat 1 77, 31 8 VEED, ELLEN 232 Veh, Charles 218 Vejvoda, Mary Jo 188 VETS CLUB 193 Vetter, Kenneth 90 Vice, Kent 319 Vincent, Dennis . , . ,275 Vincent, John 92 Vincent, Stephen .92, 168, 170, 319 Vine, Kenneth 80, 81 , 166, 168, 169, 170, 319 Vink, Craig 319 VLASAK, SHARON .... 1 77, 225 Vogel, Margaret 1 78, 319 VOGEL, NANCY . .151, 215 Vohs, Bernadine ..... 319 Vonada. Debra 319 Vonfange, Alan 276 Vonfeldt, Roger 319 Voran, Linda 84, 168, 319 Voran, Sharon .276 Voravipapunt. Siriporn 276 Voss, Gladys 276 VOTAW, CHARLES 232 Vrbas, Dale 319 w Wadsworth, Tim 92 Waggoner, Charles 319 Wagner, Keith 319 Wagner, Marcia 319 Wahlmeier, Marla 319 Wait, Jacquelyn 70, 88, 89, 319 Waldman, Jolene , .88, 89, 319 WALDRUM, HAROLD 219 Waldo, Dennis . . 92 342 Waldschmidt, Gregory , . .319 Waldschmidt, Mike . . 87, 152 Walker, Barbara .88, 89, 319 Walker. Bruce 174, 276 Walker, David 276 Walker, Deborah 276 Walker, Dixie 276 Walker, Jamas 74, 276 Walker, Larry 71, 92. 135, 141 Walker, Marshall 76, 77 Walker, Mary Jean ... ,319 WALKER, MYRL 180, 235 WALKER, DR NEIL , . 230 Walker. Ronald . .113, 184, 276 WALL, DR. GEORGE. , 225 Wallace, Aljoe .1 55 Wallace, Avis 195 Wallace, Susan 319 Walstrom. Claudia 319 Walter, Nancy 319 Walters, Bernita .319 Walters, Charles .319 Walters, Cynthia , 319 Walters, David 319 Walters, Marguerite 60, 61 Walters, Steven 173, 319 Walters, William 193, 276 Wannamaker, Jennifer 276 Ward, Barbara 148. 277 Ward, Cynthia 188, 277 Ward, John 87 Ward, Robert . .76, 77. 168, 319 WARD, SALLY. . 136. 208 Ward, Tranda 149, 150, 158, 277 Warner, Beverly 319 Warner. Susan 319 Warren. Mary 182,183 Warzeniak, George. . .180. 182, 277 Washburn, Joyce 148, 277 Washburn, Larry 277 Wasinger. Bruce 107, 319 Wasinger. Lloyd . 277 Wassenberg, David .98, 99 Wassenberg, Sharon 188 Watkins, Janice ... 319 Watson, Warren 99 Watson, William 113 Watts, Stephen 181,277 Weatherholt, Tom 319 Weathers, Douglas 174, 319 Weaver, David 157. 319 Webb, Deborah . . 319 Weber, Helen .... .32, 148. 31 9 Weber, Sue! len 136,319 Weber, Terry . ,74, 162, 163, 319 Weber, Thomas 117 Weeks, Larry .319 Weers, Darlene 172, 319 Weers, Richard 319 Wegele, Allen 319 Weidenhatt, Gary ... .277 Weidman, Cathy. .165, 168. 169, 170 Weigel, Kathryn 1 66 Weigel, Leiand . . . 149, 152, 1 79, 277 Weilert, Gary 277 Weilert, Icle Faye 277 Weilert, Sheila 278 Weinman, Mary 154, 319 Weinrich, Judy 319 Weis, Donald 1 74, 275 Weis, Jane 278 Welch, Patricia 320 Wells, Marlin 128,320 Wells, Toni 134 Welter, Barbara . , . 1 42. 1 56. 320 Wendel. Glenn 278 Wendel. Patricia 320 Wendler, Kent 179 Wenger, Vernon .190, 194, 320 WENKE, DR, THOMAS 231 Wente, Carol 1 79. 320 Werth, Barbara 320 Werth, Connette . . 320 Werth, Darrell 278 Werth, Diane ,320 Werth, Janel . . 320 Werth, Judy 159. 177, 320 Werth, Keith , 320 Werth, Robert 90 Werth, Terry 320 Wertz, Mary 320 Wessling. David .107, 109, 320 Wessling. Jeanne 320 West, Myrna Sue 178, 195, 320 Westerman, Charles 140 Westmacott, John 165, 168, 170, 320 Westphal, Donald 90 Wetzel, Bill ... 174, 320 Whalen, George 278 Wheatcroft, Janice 278 Wheeler, Linda ... 76, 1 71 , 320 Wheeler, Susan . 72, 278 Wherry, Margaret . , . 166. 168, 170, 320 Whisler, Douglas 320 Whisman, Carol . .153, 157, 166, 168, 170, 183, 190, 320 White, Cynthia ...... 88, 89, 171,320 White, Gary 161 , 320 White, James 76, 77, 320 White, Joel 33. 69, 134. 145, 149, 155, 177, 278 White. Marilda 168, 278 White. Paul 320 White, Peggy 278 White, Robyn 164, 320 White, Rodney 278 White, Terry 1 72, 278 Whilehair, Mary 178, 320 Whiteside, Gerald 320 Whiteside, Karla 188, 320 Whiteside, Mary 278 WHITTINGTON, RICHARD. 215 Whorton, Marla .55, 148, 160, 320 Wichers, Joyce .88, 89, 164, 320 Wieck, Janice 278 Wiedeman, Steven . . 320 Wiens, Janice 320 Wiens, Steven 174, 279 Wiesner, Michael . . 165, 168, 170 WIESTHALL 71 Wiggins, Josephine 178, 320 Wiggi nton , J oy cel y n 320 Wilbur, Stephen 92 Wifdgen, Paul . ... 174, 177, 279 Wilgers, Mary 172,183 WILHELM, DR. CHARLES .161, 217 Wilkerson, Gary 52, 320 WILKINS, DR. WILLIAM 221 Willard, Carla 279 Willey. June 173, 320 Williams, David .76, 77, 165, 320 Williams, G. Alton Jr. , 90 Williams, Linda 168 Williams, Margaret 320 Williams, Maureen 320 Williams, Max 320 Williams, Mildred .158, 176, 279 Williams. Nancy 320 Williams, Terry 320 Williams, Trudy 279 Williby, Janet 178 Willis. Barbara 320 Willis, Charles 170, 279 WILLfS, DR. JAMES 239 Willis, Janey 171 Willis, Sharon 157, 165, 168, 287 Willits, Barry 320 Willmeth, Darrel 279 Willour, Randy 320 Wilson, Dan 76, 77 Wilson, Floyd 279 Wilson, Jerry 321 Wilson, Marcia .321 Wilson, Melva 321 Wilson, Patricia . . . . . , ,148. 279 Wiltshire, Lelanne 321 Windholz, Carolyn 321 Windholz, Kenneth 1 65 Windholz, Wayne 321 Wineland, Calvin 321 Winter, Debra 72 WINTERLIN, DeWAYNE. 182, 216 WtTT, GRACE 215 WITTEN, DR. MAURICE 234 Witthuhn, Verta 195. 321 Wittig, June 279 Wittman, Cynthia 197, 279 Wittman, Jane 59, 197, 321 Wittman, Lloyd 179, 321 Wittman, Patricia ... .279 Witwer, Katie 88, 89, 1 73, 321 Wolak, Beverly ... 321 Wolf. Robert 174, 279 Wolf, Ronda 178 Woif, Thomas 87, 161 Wolf, William .165, 168, 170 WOMEN S GLEE CLUB . . . .1 73 WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION 189, 171 Wood. Glenda 321 Wood, Harold 321 Wood, Kim 321 Wood, Nancy . 88, 89, 149, 150, 279 Wood. Vickie 321 Woodman, Steven 128 Woods, David . . ,279 Woods, Patti 78, 321 WOODWIND ENSEMBLE .166 Woodworth, John 99 Woodworth, Sue 1 S8 Wooldridge. Brad ... . 76, 77 WOOSTERPLACE 62,63 Worley, Allan , 83 Woydziak, Alan 76, 77 Woydziak, Carol 161 Woydziak, Stephan . .174, 279 Woydziak, Sue 177 Wrenn. Shirley 173 Wright, Barbara 172, 321 Wright, Gary 279 Wright. Richard 168 Writer, Neville 179 Worm. Nancy ... .157, 166, 168. 169, 170, 279 Wyatt. Wendeil 138 Wycoff, Susan 1 58, 279 Wyer, Terry 321 Wy ley, Lois 321 Wyseloff, Linda .... 1 60 Y 343 Yeager, Joseph 171 Yeazel, Dayna 178, 321 Yelek, Barbara .321 Yeradi, John 321 Yoho, Robert 143, 156. 321 YOUMANS, DR. RAYMOND 211,239 YOUNG DEMOCRATS 193 Young, Kay 279 Young, Marsha 321 Young, Milton 321 Young, Terri . 78,1 53, 1 54, 1 71 , 321 Younker, Dianne 279 Yount. Dianne 279 Yount, Bill Jr . . ,321 Yoxalf, Cberyf 26. 31, 72, 95, 249, 321 Yust, David 1 90, 321 Yust, Philip . .279 z Zachgo, Twila 321 Zach man, Thomas 279 Zadina, Guy 69,117,321 ZAKRZEWSKI, DR. RICHARD . 180, 235 Zehr, Danny .180,279 Zeigler, Daniel 107, 321 Zeigler, Jadeen . . . . ... 195, 321 Zeigler, Kenneth 99, 100 Zeigler, Zearl 321 Zeis, Richard 1 72, 321 Zenger, Sharon 279 ZENGER, DR. WELDON . . .239 Zerfas, Terry ,279 Zerr, Dennis 279 Zerr, Kathleen 321 Zerr, Kevin , 321 Ziegler, Cynthia 279 Zierlein, Larry 99, 279 Zierlein, Lynn 279 Zillinger, Alan . ..... 161 , 321 Zimmer, Wilma 321 Zimmerman, Barbara 159 Zimmerman, Dennis .76, 77, 152, 182, 321 Zimmerman, Jeffrey . 71, SO, 81, 99 Zimmerman, Kathleen ... ,321 Zimmerman, Larry 279 Zimmerman, Randy. .76, 77, 321 Zollman, Peggy 321 Zoltenko, James 190, 279 Zuker, Anita 321 Zweygardt, Charlene 279 Zwickle, Lonny 279 Zwickle, Susan .157, 168, 279 Zwink, Timothy .1 55, 1 57, 1 75, 279


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