Fort Lewis College - Katzima Yearbook (Durango, CO)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 196 of the 1967 volume:
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Photo Arts Studio
Mr. James A. Johnson
Dr. Paul J. Armleder
Mr. Richard Korns
Dean JoAnn Whitsitt
Of all fhe fhings +o decide upon in puffing a year-
book iogefher, perhaps +he hardesl' is +he dedicafion.
Where do you draw 1'he line befween dedicafion and
+he senfimenfal. beiween frue expression and lhe
pseudo-characferizalion of people? So inslead of
gushy. senfimenfal breakdowns of one person's aH'i-
'I'ude +oward anofher, why noi make 1'he cledica+ion
apply fo ihe people who counf?
Therefore-here's 'ro +he guy wifh 'rhe book under
his arm: fo 1'he preH'y lil-l'le gal wifh +ha+ fascinafing
walk: +o fhe parly-fhrowers and 'I'he pariy-goersg 'ro +he
clown who sei off 'lhe cherry bomb a+ 3:30 A.M.: lo
anyone who ever yelled oui' of a dorm window lin viola-
Hon of Housing Rule 70A-683 I-Qi. And a bil' of recog-
nifion goes 'ro 'rhe people who inhabiled dark corners
and lurked info a classroom which smelled suspiciously
of a 'res'I'. Here's lo 1'hose who made 'I'he grades lo
come back anoiher year, and +o +he ones who didn'+.
Also, a happy cup can go +o l'ha+ gang of insfrucfors,
adminis1'ral'ors,. and ianifors who kepl' 'lhe sanify of FLC
on an even keel.
And lesf we forgef, rose pefals and cologne fo
one person in par'I'icular: 1'ha'l' li'Hle guy ou'l'side in ihe
lounge who may have slepl, s'I'ared our of a window 'For
hours, or noi have done anyfhing excepl' leave us alone
so lhai we mighl ge'r 'rhe Kal-zima '67 'l'o you-lhe
people of For+ Lewis College.
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Fori' Lewis College.
Whaf is if? Where is ii- going?
H"s small. You fool: a look around. Wha+ did
you firsi see? There were no masses of people
from edge io edge of 'Phe campus, no pro1'esi's
from 'rhousands of s'ruden+s abouf God knows
wha'I', no 'frafernilies or sororifies, no crammed-
+oge'l'her buildings, few classes over 50 or 60 and
some under 20 in aHendance. All in all, Forf
Lewis College was spacious, growing and ye'r
si'ill a small college.
I+ is small, af leasf in populalion and area.
A newly arrived sfudenf migh'l' have been dis-
mayed a'l' +his.
You be+ your poor old Granny's lefi' over-
shoe i'r's small, buf-
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er and seen . . . a cons+an+ly expanding ins1'i'I'u'rion
of higher learning: a place where mounlains domi-
nale fhe scene, enhancing 1'he spacious, clean beau-
ly of lhe campus: a classroom where lhere was sfill
an empfy seal: +he new buildings, and 1'he ones be-
ing added fo lhe horizon line: and, perhaps besl' of
all, a lo+ of insfruciors no'r foo busy io gel' +0 know
H' was a place he could gel' individual, person-
alized insfruclion: a place he could refain his indi-
vidualily, yer be a pari' of his surroundings: a place
where his own decisions could delermine rhe breadfh
of his educalion.
' So he wasn'+ impressed. "Big deal."
H' wasn'+ pu'r here +o impress him.
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This s+uden'l' migl1+ have looked siill again and seen
a coed running foward Cooper +o gel in on 'rimeg or
inadequafe sea+ing capaciry in +l1e gymnasium: a long
walk +o fhe 'rop of +he hill, or downrowng a confused
mass of sfudenls wondering nWl16'l' nex'I'?" af never-
'rhe-same-'rwice regisfrafionsg a mile-long line 'ro buy
books +l1a+ were sold our before he go+ in+o 'Phe book-
sfore: an overcrowded dormifory room or 'lwog a park-
ing problem, wifh complicarionsg or ofher s'ruden+s like
himself, being bored fo fears in a lecrure.
He look 'ihese +hings in and
evaluaied, decided. He mighi'
have adiusfedg he mighi' have de-
par+ed, discouraged. The de+er-
mining faciors weighed upon him.
He had +o abide by The faci' +ha'r
'rhe "For+" was small, someiimes
limifed in curriculum, growing,
and accompanied by fhe usual
problems of an expanding col-
lege. And +o boo+, fhere was no
greai' cify surrounding if 'ro pro-
vide unlimifed fun and games.
H' had a liberal ar'l's sysiem 'rhaf broadens edu-
caiion and viewpoint if wasn'+ big, specialized, or
Digging even deeper, lhaf sfudenf could have
found room for improvemenfg groused aboui' +he
cafeleria food and dorm life: ha+ed 'lhe cold morn-
ings, had hangovers, failed a les? and had 'lo "book"
all nighf +0 do if.
Jus+ as easily, he could have had a siimulafing
informal discussion wi+h a professor.
Skied, danced, da+ed, laughed, loved.
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Dr. John F. Reed
Edwin W. Wallace
Dean of Sluclenls and
Special Assislanl lo
Nicholas J. Heidy
Dr Kennefh W. Eubcmks
'Dean Eubanlcs resigned as Dean of Facully and
+oolc leave of absence from his professorial dufies
in January fo lake +he posifion as Dean of 'rhe
College of Liberal and Fine Arfs wilhin The Univer-
sily of Liberia syslem. As of May I, Dean Taylor
and 'rhe five division chairmen were filling The gap
in Jrhedoffice un+il a new Dean of Faculhf would be
Associafe Dean of Sfudenfs
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Assislanf Resiclenl General
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Direclor of Housing
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We Moved o Librory . . .
Nicknamed "SadIer's Folly," affer fhe idea of di-
:irecfor of fhe Forf Lewis College Library, Graham Sad-
Ier, fhe mass-book moving proiecf Iasf March came off
like beer af fhe Schlifz family reunion.
No "folly," fhe proiecf enfailed moving 35,000
volumes from fhe old library info fhe new one. A caII
was senf ouf for volunfeersg classes were dismissed for
fhe day, and fhe library sfaff crossed fheir fingers.
Scheduled for a Monday, if was a greaf chance for a
fhree-day week-end. A few skepfics fhoughf fhe Forf
Lewis "apafhefic" sfudenf body would all head for
Timbukfu or Lower Ipswifch.
Perhaps a few did. Bur 'rhe "apa'rhefics" came
nearly one fhousand sfrong fo move fhe books by a
human chain-"Proiecf Book Binge" was underway.
Three and a half hours Iafer, fhe move was finished in
whaf would have ofherwise been several weeks' work
for fhe library sfaff.
Nof all work, fhe book move had enferfainmenf and
food galore for fhe volunfeers. The Nova Sole Quinfef
and fhe Raider pep band played while free Cokes were
passed ouf fo reiuvenafe fhe workers. A buffef lunch
provided by Saga Foods ended fhe proiecf on a filling
Bufch Prior and Harlan Sreinle ran info a
problem or fwo.
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The fhousands of volumes suffered Iiffle in fransif.
Only a few were dropped, and fhey were "old" any-
way. Nary a book was Iosf in fhe shuffle as each was
properly placed in fhe new library.
A Iof of goofing around nafurally accompanied fhe
work. Ever fry fo suppress a fhousand college sfudenfs
banded fogefher for a mufual cause? Forfunafely if
wasn'f "Berkeley sfyIe," buf insfead was a bafch of good
nafured cafcalls, wresfling, pracfical iokes, foofball, and
even a game of rnumblefy-peg.
Buf as far as a serious combined efforf was con-
cerned, fhe proiecf couIdn'f have been more success-
ful. Everyone from Presidenf Reed on down parfici-
pafed, including Chad and Jeremy and Wahleah Luian,
Miss Indian America XIII. Professors, adminisfrafors,
sfudenfs, and even some fownspeople became one as
'rhey made "SadIer's Folly" info one of fhe finesf exam-
ples of cooperafion Forf Lewis College has ever seen.
Looking a greaf deal like one of fhe FLC sfudenf
body, Dr. Duane Smifh was one of fhe many fac-
ulfy members helping ouf.
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'Fancy finds him forgefiing The
so 'rhere he was, wi+h his li1'He red wagon,
He said he fhoughf if sounded like fun-
seidom missing a 'rrip befween 'rhe build-
Presideni' John F. Reed-perhaps 'Hwe proudesi'
man on campus affer Hue fremendous 'rurnoui' 'For
'rhe book move.
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of "s+uden+ apa+hy."
"Apathy - WhoT's dot?
Sompthin' T' ect?"
As Carol McKnngh1' sand
'ro +he Kahima edi'ror:
"Don'+ you dare prinf Thar
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'ren Tons of books-I0,000 an hour, 'ro have
fhe new library operable The day afler 'rhe
Miss Indian America Xlll, Wahleah Luian, worked
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in. Wifh her, Chad and Jeremy helped ou? before
fheir concerr 'rhe same nighf.
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lf was a long year. One of furmoil and sfudy.
worrying abouf grades, The Bomb, and Vief Nam.
If was also a year of one person's life displaced info
a world which has no equal, no counferparf. If all
depended upon one's viewpoinf, each individual's
oufloolc and efforf, as fo iusf exacfly whaf was found
in fhaf world. Buf whafever fhe year produced, if
was one more experience for someone in a whirl-
wind of expanding viewponifs, affifudes, and ob-
servafions. Some changes came abouf, some did
nof. buf somewhere, somehow, somebody broke ouf.
"l am +he s+one-waiching, wai+ing for whom or
whaf I lcnow not The world passes me: l wail' . . . won-
dering aboul 'rhis mass of humaniiy wifh all Hs hurry and
hus+le 'ro ge+ where if musl, wonclering also . . . why?
l wail, for a sfone is of no imporlance . . . "
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"I am Ihe cigareH'e-burning, disiniegraiing
info char un'I'iI I am gone, crushed by him who car-
ries fhe worId. My Iife is shori-no longer 'rhan 'Ihe
impafience which caused my whifeness 'Io become
'l'he unceriain gray of an ash carried by 'Ihe wind.
I wai1', dying by inches . . . "
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"I am ihe gloom-bringing rain and misi'
and cold fo cause a cringe wiihin, which pushes
mankind Io fhe brink of no reiurn. I have no
conscience. I am Ihe work of men and gods, of
'Ioo much knowledge and Ioo IiHIe 'l'hough+. I
waif, for eferniiy is my home and folly is my
birfhpiace. I can waii' forever . . . "
"I am ihe learned-hurrying +0 find, +0 ob-
serve, fo bring +he burden +0 ifs resfing place
I, 'rhe impa+ien+, do noi' +arry. I cannoi' wai'I' . .
I dare no+."-
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Homecoming 1 966
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Forf Lewis College had ifs Homecoming '66 in ihe form of "The Spirii'
of Raider Heri+age." I+ was a look info +he pas+ and glamour of fhe U.S.
The color, romance, pride, and deferminafion which befii- +he Raider
was manifesfed in his symbol here, ai' 'l'his college, and reconsirucfed 'For
all fo enjoy.
Loolc back and remember.
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A Blend of
dellca+e finishing 'iouches . . .
The Friday before Homecoming
'66 was a flurry of acfiviiy. encom-
passing everyihing from lasi-minuie
scrambles 'ro assemble 'floais io dec-
oraling for 'rhe dance and "chowing
down" al' ihe banquei honoring +he
fooiball ieam. The "R" was lighied
by fhe Shalalco Club and Jrhe cheer-
leaders cheered . . .
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ihe symbolic "R" . . .
The Spirit of Raider Herifclge
. . . There were fhe usual hang-ups: "Where did fhe miserable sfapler
go?" "How do you expecf me 'ro finish fhis fhing if I fake fime for
Buf before fhe day was done. fhings shaped up-organizers gof
organized, followers followed. 'rhe girls dashed fo clean fhe painf from
noses and elbows and gef dressed for dinner. There was liffle resf be-
fween iumping poinfs, yef fhe progress and worlc necessary 'ro prepare
for Homecoming '66 were somehow accomplished. The mess of painf
and crepe paper disappeared in final efforrfs fo make "The Spirif of
Raider l'lerifage" fruly meaningful.
a fasf 'Feasf . . .
a pep rally
when anxious momenfs come before
' wi . . . 'ihai' ever-memorable delicious surprise . .
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ATTer The suspense and exciTemenT of The cor-
onaTion, wiTh STudenT Body PresidenT Mike SmiTh
crowning Miss Judi Shaw as I966 Homecoming
Queen. The ForT Lewis gym began To swing wiTh
The exoTic sounds of The New Socieiy.
A "barock" Tolk singing group, The New So-
cieiv enThralied Their audience wiTh a fabulous va-
rieTy and versaTiliTy. Who could TorgeT. once having
heard, The screamingly Tunny iokes i"Weicome To
Durango's largesT universiTy."i and haunTing melo-
dies i"Sun Rise, Sun SeT"i.
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The winning 'floai' in The compelrifion was, appropriafely enough. The
Queen's carriage. buiH' by 'rhe LeH'ermen's Club.
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And of course, who should lead The TesTiviTies buT The
Raider Marching Band, resplendenT in Their TradiTional
U. S. Cavalry uniforms.
The iudges were impressed by The splendor and color of T
floaf, awarding H' second place in The compeTiTion.
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spiriT builT up wiThin The Team
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Ties, The Adams STaTe College
Indians overwhelmed The
Raiders 4I-7 To mar The af-
The Indians began Their
scoring spree wiTh a 59-yard
drive. ending wiTh paydirT
coming only Tour minuTes aT-
Ter The opening kickoff. By
halTTime, The score was a dis-
The Raiders parTially
held Their own during The sec-
ond halT, giving up Two more
Touchdowns, while making one
oT Their own.
The Tinal score was no
measure oT The hearT and guTs
and desire To win among The
A grim deferminahon desire
Clearing The way for a crash Through The middle
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"You idiofl Can'i' you see
he clipped him??"
. . . "Tl1a'l"s a liHle be'H'er!"
Mr. AI Ruland. a special ieacher and friend fo more fhan lus'r a few on 1'he FLC campus
dedica+ed work wifh 'rhe music deparimeni a+ For? Lewis.
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awarded a silver plaHer by his Raider Marching Band in appreciafion of his years of un-
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Queen Judi Shaw awarded +he Aufumn Cup
+o Vic Knight presideni' of +he winning LeHer-
men's Club in 'The floai' compefifion.
The Raiders wenT inTo Their background and came up wiTh
The man who scored The TirsT Touchdown Tor old ForT Lewis
lHesperus versionl. Vic KnighT awarded a plaque To Mr.
Reuben Heflin. as a TribuTe To his TeaT.
BeTTer luck nexT year.
A new TradiTion was sTarTed beTween The naTural rivals, FLC and Adams
STaTe, during Homecoming '66, The Raider muskeT will pass beTween The
Two Teams each year aT The end oT The annual grid clash. The winner geTs The
gun. The loser geTs The razz.
And so The game ended. The Raiders had losT.
BuT The loss of a Homecoming game is never such
ThaT iT can'T be TorgoTTen or aT leasT puT aside unTil
The chance Tor redempTion reTurns during The nexT
And The hearT and soul ThaT wenT inTo The game
was sTill wiThin The players. They had given Their all,
as TooTball Teams do aT every Homecoming, and
no more can be expecTed or more respecTed in
man Than ThaT.
The disappoin+men+ of losing The game
didn'+ hang around long. Sludenls changed info
'rheir formal "duds" and converged upon 'rhe
gym for 'rhe dance. Sofl music and secrel glances
combined wi'rh 'rhe special someone Jro make
"The Spirilr of Raider l-leri+age" ring +rue and be
And Jrhen i'r was over. A few scraps of
paper ruslling in The breeze were all +ha'r was
lefl ol: Homecoming '66, Scraps of paper and a
lo'r of memories.
The Roider Music Mcikers '
The ForT Lewis College musicians are an ouT-
sTanding group. Under The leadership oT AI Ruland
lmarching bandl and Fred SchmidT, lchorus and
concerT bandl These people have impressed audi-
ences all over The SouThwesT wiTh Their TalenT.
SevenTy-Tive sTrong, The marching band made
a Trip To Denver To presenT a halTTime perliormance
ai' a Denver Broncos TooTball game. Marching and
playing aT Homecoming and The oTher home TooT-
ball games aT FLC. The colorful musicians surprised
The specTaTors wiTh someThing new each Time.
The sevenTy-Tive member chorus made several
appearances ThroughouT The year. including song-
TesTs aT ChrisTmas and caroling Tor The paTienTs aT
The Two hospiTals. The concerT band wiTh iTs TorTy
members played Tor The lisTening pleasure oT The
FLC sTudenT body and made a Tour of New Mexico
and Arizona during The winTer TrimesTer.
Mr. AI Ruland, direcTor of
The marching band.
Mr. Fred Schmidt
direcfor of fhe concerf
band and chorus
Westerners' Week '66
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Weslerners' Week a+ Forl Lewis dawned wilh 'rhe
naming of Weslerner Queen Suzanne Nugeni and con-
rinued Jrhroughoui wilh a spiri'r of fun and games in a
The week was broughl To an end wi+h a rompin'
s'rompin" Fine Arls Program fealuring George l'lamil'ron
lV along wilh Dorsey Burnerl and his band.
Wesrerners' Week is one of +he olclesl' celebraiions
on campus. Hs flavor and weslern aimosphere have a
place among 'rhe even'rs on The campus primarily be-
cause FLC is Wesi. Hs hislory. locaiion, and spacious
selling have 'rhe charm and color 'rypiiied by 'fhe cow-
boy's cullure. The Forl' ilself is diverse and of many
cullures. buf 'rhe cowboy was firsl in Hs hislory and
should be remembered as such.
Wesferners' Queen Suzanne Nugenf was crowned ai' "High
Noon" by Wesierners' Club presidem' Monie Mills. as candidaies
Lindy Ricedorff and Debby Neelan looked on wi'rh escorfs George
Walrers and Kelly Elkins.
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Andrea Barlow soon discovered olherwlse.
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Alan Waide wifh his rongue-bifing horseshoe pirching
sfyle was vored "ringer" of The affernoon.
Debby Neelan-Wesfern royalfy and
a phofogenic filly.
For 1'he firsl' 'Hme. The Cow-
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l boys clefearecl The Indians-
T af Tug-O-War. Small wonder.
L ndy Ricedorff
Perchecl "like vulfures on a piclcel' fence." Jrhe crowd
awaired 'rhe kill in 'rhe Tug-O-War.
The amusing and highly 'ralen+ed George I-lamilfon
IV enlerfainecl a+ 'rhe Fine Aris Program and Wesiern
Pleasing Royally of 'rhe West
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The caroling by The choir loroughT a liTT To The paTienTs
in The hospiTals.
Cooper HaII's Tree-moving program Took
a loT oT work and sweaT To compleTe in
Time Tor Tinal iudging.
ChrisTmas' universal meaning has come
To be exempliTied aT The ForT. There are The
gaieTy and sponTaneiTy oT The YuleTide To
be Tound in The painTing oT The murals on The
STudenT CenTer windows: The mad, mad,
mad. mad husTle To decoraTe The residence
halls Tor The Noel Award compeTiTion, erecT
Trees and lighT The luminaries-noT To men-
Tion The biggesT grin anyone ever saw, spread
across The Tace OT a Tive-year-old Trom San-
Mix all of ThaT wiTh a mild case OT hys-
Teria abouT Tinals lurking around The corner,
and The ChrisTmas season aT ForT Lewis is
hecTic buT wondrous.
The WesTerners' Club seT up The Tree in
Bob Ausfm accepfed 'the Noel Trophy for winning Crof
fon Hall from Dr. W. P. Ball of The Sfafe Board of Agricul-
Buf if is a chaos fhaf no one seems fo mind. All of
fhe people lasf December gafhered force fo malce
Chrisfmas '66 af Forf Lewis College equal fhe feeling
and warmfh of pasf Noels.
Tradifion carried on, some of if passed fo people
nof here before fo experience. fo marvel af 'rhe frans-
formafion of a campus info a gliffering expression of
"good will foward men."
Adding fhe lighfs and final fouches, men of Croffon Hall found
r work paid off.
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And Then There was The parTy.
The SanTa RiTa ChrisTmas ParTy is enioyed as
much by The sTudenTs as The kids. Trying To geT a
scared Three-year-old doll in a TaTTered dress To
smile, or keeping Tab on a more exuberanT liTTle boy,
had iTs own unique reward. Kids are kids. buT The
TacT remained ThaT These were special-Tew of Them
had ever known whaT iT was like To have more candy
Than They could eaT, or geT more Than a single giTT
The whole poinl is +ha'r
Chrisfmas any year al Forl Lewis
College will mean whar Chrisr-
mas I966 mean? +o lhe srudenls
and faculfy . . . as long as 'rhere
is a small child in Sanra Rira who
doesn'1' always have enough lo
ear and doesnur live in a suburban
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HeorT Week BroughT
Fund ond Gomes, 51, 966.53
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Miller during The car bash,
This moTley TaculTy Team claimed They could
Tromp The SenaTe . . . and did.
The i967 l-learT Fund Drive had more
meaning To The parTicipanTs Than iusT The saTis-
TacTion oT a iob well done.
IT was a Time Tor a liTTle "unlaxing" before
mid-Terms . . . a Time when The dreary winTer
drudgery could be relieved wiTh laughs, wild
imaginaTive ideas Tor "raunchy riders" in The
bed race, The selecTion oT a SpiriT King and
Queen. a liTTle car bashin' aT Ten cenTs a swipe.
and, iusT generally speaking, a Time Tor a real
bash Tor everyone involved.
BuT The purpose behind all oT The kidding
around and laughing was very real, very impor-
TanT To The people who needed The resulT oT The
I967 HearT Week aT ForT Lewis-SI,966.53.
Mike Russell and Candy Hurd were crowned
SpiriT King and Queen.
The road-running Wesiern- if"
ers didn'+ wasle any 'lime in
fheir wilcl. winning race down
'rhe Bafile of lhe Bands such a ballle
Elaine Berry and George Wallers helped
Two Weslerners' Club ieams collec+ over
lwo hundred dollars.
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The annual bed race during l'learT Fund Week lived up To iTs repuTaTion.
In The TunniesT. laugh-Tilled conTesT all year long. The compeTiTors vied Tor The cov-
eTed Bed Race Award lThree sTale cookies and a doughnuT holel. using a varieTy oT
modiTied, high perTormance, supercharged Slumber Slings wiTh inTerior brakes.
The vicTors in The shoe leaTher compeTiTion were The inTrepid, always Tough WesT-
erners. knocking down a slick 5:4I.OOOOO7 Tor The winning Time. NOT Tar behind came
The CroTTon-Camp-Snyder Team wiTh noT a bad Time oT 7:38.lOO989O. The EscalanTe-
Palmer-Cooper racers came in Third wiTh a mark of lO:O2.339, Tollowed by an unoTTicial
enTry which Tinished lasT wiTh a disappoinTing Tour hours, eleven and l7f43 min.: They had
a raTher doubTTul Tale abouT a large aardvark in The road ThaT overTurned Their bed and
Trampled The rider.
ln The RaunchiesT Rider conTesT. Harlan STeinle dazzled The iudges wiTh his devas-
TaTing hearl'-design B.V.D.'s and a TeTching WWII Army surplus head covering lacTually
a modiTied Mo-Ped racing helmeTl.
Officials reporTed aTTerwarcl ThaT casualTies were lighT, and despiTe The insisTence
oT The unoTTicial racers, mainTained ThaT iT was The wrong season Tor aardvarks.
"Careful how you falk, gang. We're being wa+ched."
The gala social affair called for flue mosl' formal
Selling back up 1l1e hill proved +0 be one of H18
more precarious evenls.
"You're kidding! Run over by a BED?"
The Sexy Sena+e Sei' of Pai Parr,
Lisa Dickens, and Jane Mahan "in-
spired" 1'he S'ruden'r Sena're's losing
"Touch H' and you're fiunkedlu
Mike Skuria. Phil Devore,
and Russ Yaies discovered
+ha+ FLC facuiiy members
can be 'rouqh in areas ofher
fhan +he fesiing sysfem.
The SenaTe-FaculTy baskeTball game, The crown-
ing oT The SpiriT King and Queen, and The Ba++le oT The
Bands made Tor exciTing and exhausTing Friday and
SaTurday nighT enTerTainmenT during HearT Week,
bringing 5603.29 inTo The l-learT Fund.
The long-awaiTed SenaTe-FaculTy game proved To
The younger buT less experienced SenaTors ThaT There
was sTill a loT oT Tire leTT in The FaculTy crew. The Leg-
islaTors iusT couldn'T keep up wiTh Jumping Jim lJohn-
sonl, Sure ShoT STan lEngleharTl, Ole Doc lSmiThl, Fire-
ball Frank fBowmanl, and The resT oT The TesTing Team.
The Tinal score oT bl-43 would have been an even Tar-
Ther spread had noT ReTeree l"JusT a Toul"l Joe WolcoTT
aided The SenaTors wiTh his poor eyesighT.
SaTurday nighT's BaTTle of The Bands dance Tound
The gym packed wiTh sTudenTs awaiTing The crowning
oT The SpiriT King and Queen. Candy Hurd and Mike
Russell shared The honors, wiTh Dave Shrum making The
oTTicial announcemenT. The BaTTle proceeded, and The
l'lilTon Trolley group claimed The besT lor loudesT or
wildesT or someThingl band award.
"Now, you puT your righT TooT ouT here . . . "
The BaTTlers . . . and The
Above: Dave Shrum crowned SpiriT Queen Candy Hurd
and Took advanTage oT his posiTion as dance chairman.
A Tierce compeTiTive spiriT. enTwined wiTh The
desire To obTain money Tor a worThy cause. adorned
The eTTorTs Tor The HearT Fund Drive on Sunday
oT HearT Week aT FLC.
CollecTion Team capTains Olin SmiTh, Don Tin-
nin, Mike Skuria, and Bob ATkins jumped To Thelcall
oT l-learT chairman Carmen Crone and led Their
Teams To a whopping gaThering of SI.25I.O2, bring-
ing The ToTal Tor The week To Sl.966.53. Olin's Team
led in collecTions, winning sTeaks Tor lieuTenanTs Ed
Zink and Sam Juliano and TickeTs To movies aT The
Kiva Tor The resT of The Team. 1
l'learT Fund Week aT ForT Lewis College was
a Io+ oT Tooling around-aT loT oT laughs and goof-
ing oTT-buT iT also had The pride of accomplish-
menT wriTTen inTo iT.
And This Tooling around by The college crowd,
so oTTen criTicized Tor age alone. resulTed in coin
collecTed Tor The NaTional l-learT Fund-quiTe a loT
of coin, in TacT. Mixed wiTh The Tund and games oT
l-learT Week aT The ForT, The spiriT and idea behind
The NaTional l-learT FoundaTion came ouT in an
overall picTure which could leT The people involved
sTand a liTTle Taller because of Their conTribuTion To
The I967 l-learT Fund Drive.
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Mountain Magic of "Chrystal Chalet'
Adorned Winter Formal
Winter Formal-a world where the sott sounds
ot the orchestra playing "Deep Purple," the en-
trancing aroma ot cologne. the sight ot elegant
dresses. and the teel ot the candle's gentle heat
are each known not by the senses. but by a mood.
Once the gymnasium was tilled with raucous
yells, the sound ot stomping teet, the glare ot blaz-
ing lights-but suddenly it transtormed into a win-
ter slci lodge with mountains tor the baclcgroundi
and the sott strains ot dance music permeating the
The ieans-clad troops, led by COAC chairmanf
Del Ottinger and Winter Formal chairmen Jane lvla-
han and Jim Dale, waded into the mass ot girders
and bleachers: a magic world emerged. The ceiling
dipped and a wall became a window through which
dancers would gaze at mountain pealcs, capped with
snow by the artists' brushes. A revolving kaleido-
scope ot color hanging trom the ceiling would re-
tlect shitting hues upon the taces ot the couples.
The big evening arrived. and in the winter slci
setting, Dolph Kuss seemed somehow "right" as the
Master ot Ceremonies. l-le dramatically announced
Barbara Cottman as Snow Queen. and Kathy Sulli-
van and Linda l-loward as princesses.
All too soon it was time to leave the little world
ot the "Crystal Chalet." The gowns, long white
gloves, and tuxedos had to be stored away, almost
reluctantly, until another year.
Masier of Ceremonies Dolplw
Kuss Mr Ski an person. discusses
Hue problems of Jrhe worlcl-or
more likely his slcl learn.
Blushing Bea uiy-Queen Barbara
BeauTy is where you Tind iT, and The
I967 WinTer Formal had a surplus. Queen
Barbara Coffman and her princesses, KaThy
Sullivan and Linda Howard, regally adorned
Their Thrones. The aTTending nominees Tor The
royal posiTion were noneTheless resplendenT
Tor The highlighT oT The winTer TrimesTer so-
cial season. lncluded in The bevy oT beauTies
were: Sue Bick, Ellen Faullcenburg, GreTchen
Mason, Sharon I-leidy. Peggy Wilcox, and
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Hohzoni Dciys Welcome
Home Miss Indion
Wahleah Luian. Miss Indian America XIII, was wel-
comed home again as guesT oT honor during The second
annual I-Iohzoni Days celebraTion. Thrilled aT The oppor-
TuniTy To reTurn To her old campus, bur homesick as a
resulT, Wahleah vowed To be The TirsT one back on The
campus in The Tall when she resumed her sTudies.
Thursday nighT oT I-lohzoni Days Tound Miss Luian
being honored aT a bangueT aT The Holiday Inn. Follow-
ing The dances presenTed by various Indian groups. Irene
Begay and RoberT Gonzales were crowned Princess and
Brave of l'lohzoni Days.
I-lighlighTing The Friday acTiviTies. The Pow Wow
in The gym was a shimmering blaze oT dancers, laughing
and whooping Their way across The Tloor.
"Welcome home Wahleahu was The recurrenT Theme of
I-lohzoni Days. I-lere, Mike SmiTh, sTudenT body presidenT,
presenTs Miss Indian America XIII wiTh a Token of The sTu-
During The Pow Wow, a number oT "paleTaces"
were presenT, aTTesTing To The laclc oT hard Teelings over
a cerTain hisTorical incidenT involving a large number
oT naTive Americans and The U.S. 7Th Cavalry.
SaTurday Tound The Shalalco Braves Taking on The
WesTerners in a TasT-moving game of baskeTball. No
Tomahawks were allowed and The Cowboys managed
To avenge The aToremenTioned acTiviTy aT a cerTain river
in lvlonTana, 5I-34 lconsiderably less lopsided Than The
As The all-Too-brieT holiday ended, The WingaTe
Valley Boys came around To bring The second annual
l-lohzoni Days To a sTompin' close wiTh music in a wesTern
vein lno one expecTed The BosTon Symphonyl.
AlThough shorT in Time, I-lohzoni Days represenTed
hundreds oT years of Indian culTure-a culTure ThaT will
conTinue To be a reminder oT much of The heriTage oT
i ATTired in Their hisTorical dress, These "war- U I
riors" presenTed an amazing display of agiliTy and Hmmmmmmmmm YEAH
TooTwork in a Shield Dance. f
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Irene Begay shyly accepTed roses Tor royalTy as PresidenT John F. Reed
announced her Princess of l-lohzoni Days.
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llefll by Presidenl' Reed and Wahleah Luian,
Miss Indian America Xlll. Miss Luian was 'rhe
guesr of honor as rhe Shalako Club welcomed
her back +o her campus. She was looking for-
ward 'ro relurning ro FLC +o resume her siudies
and renew old friendships. Right One of 'rhe
younger ser basics in 'rhe adorafion of +he en-
The acffon was l1o'r and heavy during l'l1e
loaslcefball game befween nalural rivals. The
Cowboys and Hue Indians. as flue Weslerners'
Club downed Hue Slmalalco boys 5 I-34.
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Holmzoni Days or "Clays of beaul'y"
were especially appropriafe. consider-
ing fhe appealing qualifies of 'Hue
guesl' of honor.
The American Indian has a proud heriTage and a rich
culTure ThaT is all Too quickly disappearing. l-lohzoni Days,
wiTh The cosTumes. TradiTional dances and ceremonies are a
symbol oT This culTure.
Nine per cenT oT The FLC sTudenT body is comprised
oT Indians. a represenTaTive group oT young people making
Their adapTaTion To a modern socieTy. Their abiliTy To carry
some of Their rich pasT inTo a diTTerenT way oT life is a TribuTe
To Them. The dominaTion oT one culTure by anoTher is a sad
Thing aT besT, buf The Indian sTudenTs aT ForT Lewis have
managed To adapT and sTilI keep a parT oT "The old ways."
And The blend oT culTures hope-Tully need noT cause Them
To lose sighT of Their pasT. Tor in Their hisTory There lies a
lesson Tor all mankind.
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FLC Theotre - A World
of Active Reolity
The Fort Lewis College Players represent much
more than merely the plays they produce in the Fine
Arts Theatre. They are a group dedicated to long hours
ot brain-busting rehearsals. set building, scene painting,
and the endless list ot things necessary to the producing
ot a play. The Players are not exclusive-anyone desiring
to learn something ot the theatre, be it acting or ham-
mering a thrice-used nail into a set, may become a part
ot the magic ot the stage. It is its own world, with an
intectious bug that catches the unaware and tlings
them into the midst ot one ot the busiest places on the
lt is the students' world-a place tor learning.
broadening an outlook. For in the theatre, one learns
ot reality. The man who knows a stage knows pain, love.
mishap. ecstasy. For that well-stated Shakespearian line.
"All the world's a stage . . . " applies to and screams
plaintively to the politicians and diplomats who seem
to dangle the world on a string, praying that it won't
break iust betore an election.
And it is theatre. be it Shakespeare or Shaw that
brings man eyeball to eyeball with the things men know
but seem to torget most otten.
Chin deep amidst all this are the Fort Lewis Col-
lege Players, producing and planning, learning the "go"
and "whoa" ot the theatre through such notable plays,
as "Tweltth Night," "All My Sons," and "Li'l Abner"
seen on these pages.
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William Shakespeare's "Twell:lh Nigh+" wasilhe
lirsl of The Bard's works 'ro be produced on rhe Fori-
Lewis slage. l'r was well handled by 'rhe aclors, who
inislered lwirh no lirrle difficulryl Jrhe Middle Eng-
A romanlic comedy. "Tweli+h Nigh1"' was di-
recled by Richard Marrs and learured Rex Dunlap
as Duke Orsino, Gwenda Augusline as Lady Olivia,
Linda Madera as Viola, Chuck Lanza as 'rhe irrepress-
ible Sir Toby Belch, Paul Hamillon as Fesles, Jerry
Gularle as Malvolio, Jim Ferguson as Sir Andrew
Aguecheek. Marilyn Menasian as Maria, and Thom
Phillips as Sebaslian.
The plo'r is a common one of Shakespeare's,
wi'rh confusion reigning supreme as masquerades.
misraken idenlilies. misguided love. and pranks adorn
+he srage. The Duke loves Olivia, Olivia loves Viola
lmasquerading as her dead brolher Sebaslian. who
shows up 'ro srraighlren our whar could be a slicky
siiualionl, and Viola loves lhe Duke. Sir Andrew
loves anyone who will pul up wi+h him, while Mal-
volio chases afler Olivia. Adding To Jrhe mess, Sir
Toby and Jrhe fool, Fesfes, pull prank alrer prank
io complelely foul up the works.
Bu+, as is only proper, everylhing seHles To a
dull roar, wiih each characler finding his proper
place. All who seek love find il' lexcepl' 'rhe prideliul
Malvolio, who lhealrically speaking, is lell oul' in
'l'he rainl. Sir Toby Belch belches and life goes on.
Duke Orsino lRex Dunlapl and Viola
lLinda Maderal evenlually Tall in love
afier he discovers she isn"r a soil boy.
Sir Toby Belch lChuck Lanzal and co-
horfs ploi lo upsel 'lhe amorous Malvolio's
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+o a duel, Sir Andrew Aguecheek Ulm Fergusonl finds
+ha'r he hasn"r +he courage and skill he supposed ,he had.
Sir Toby looks gleefully on.
Maria lMarilyn Menasianl lisiens skeplically as Jrhe
egolislical Malvolio lJerry Gulariel makes a bid for
Actor of the Year
And Directors' Award
Actress of the Year
R. Chris Piers
of the Year
John W. Frank
of the Year
Searching forMorc1IiTy All My Sons
Leaves Audiences STunned
The inTense conTlicT OT man againsT his con-
science and The moraliTy of man were The issues
Taken on by The highly dramaTic Theme of ArThur
Miller's "All My Sons" produced lasT winTer by The
The gnawing agony oT discovering ThaT his
TaTher had commiTTed murder by deliberaTely send-
ing ouT deTecTive aircraTT parTs Trom his TacTory dur-
ing World War ll, Tears Chris Keller beTween loyalTy
and repulsion Toward The man he worships. The
TaTher, Joe Keller, Trying To raTionalize sending
American piloTs To Their deaThs and leTTing his parT-
ner Talce The blame, ends up a Torn ruined man. l-le
deludes himself inTo believing he did iT Tor The sake
of The business, ThaT iT acTually was his parTner's
TaulT. Keller's suicide comes abouT as The only means
oT escape from himselT.
"All My Sons" was direcTed by David Berg
and excellenTly porTrayed by The casT oT Sonny
SmiTh lChris Kellerl, Ralph SundguisT lcloe Kellerl,
MarTy l-lawley lKaTe Kellerl, Ann l-lolT lAnn Deeverl,
Rex Dunlap lGeorge Deeverl. Ann Teague lSue
Baylessl. Thom Phillips lDr. Baylessl, .lim Ferguson
and Dawni Gaslcill lFranlr and Lydia Lubeyl, and
Richard Hoover lBerTl.
The high drama of "All My Sons" leTT a shock-
ing bruTal TruTh wiTh iTs audiences. The problems
explored in The play are real-and mosT perTinenT
wiTh relaTion To Today. In discussing The moraliTy oT
man, The horrors of war, and The prevailing aTTiTudes
aT The end oT a war, ArThur Miller hiT hard and deep.
The acTors had an appreciaTive buT sTunned audi-
ence when They were Through.
An angry Chris reads The
suicide noTe senT by his broTher
Larry. Near The breaking poinT,
Chris' TaTher, Joe lRalph Sund-
quisT2, lisTens wiTh KaTe lMarTy
Haw eyl and soon aTTerward
commiTs suicide himself. Ann
Deever waiTs Tensely Tor The re-
Mr. David Berg.
The 'rormenred face of Joe Keller, lRalph Sunclquisfl, expresses
somehof 'rhe deep feeling of guilf wifhin himself. as Jim Ferguson
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finger af Chris Keller as he sformily Tells Chris 'Thai'
his fafher is To blame for sending our clefecfive air-
crafl' parfs and shifring lhe blame.
The casl' of "All My Sons": Jim Fergu-
son. Dawni Gaslcill, Rex Dunlap, Richard
Hoover, Ann Holi. Sonny Smifh, Marry
Hawley, Ralph Sundquisf and Ann Teague.
WiTh a whoop and a holler. The FLC Players
slammed inTo Their Third maior producTion oT The year
wiTh The musical comedy "Li'l Abner."
The play. based on The Tamous comic sTrip oT Al
Capp. cenTered around.The eTTorTs oT Abner Yokum
lLex Lubchencol. lvlammy and Pappy Yokum lGwenda
AugusTine and Jim Fergusonl. Daisy Mae Scraggs llvlar-
Ty l-lawleyl, and The numerous nervous DogpaTch.
U.S.A. characTers To save Their beloved Town Trom
desTrucTion. DogpaTch has been selecTed as The mosT
unnecessary place in The counTry, and is soon To be The
scene oT an aTomic TesT siTe.
Abner, as usual. is pursued by Daisy Mae. who has
noThing less Than maTrimony on her mind. And Abner.
in his naive way, has anyThing buT marriage in his plans
as he is spiriTed away To WashingTon Tor TesTs To deTer-
mine The eTTecT oT lvlammy's special body-building Yok-
umberry Tonic on his overgrown soul. In The meanT-ime,
General Bullmoose lSTeve Luianl and Evil Eye Fleagle
lGilberT TeTonl ploT To do away wiTh The poor counTry
boy aTTer They secure The secreT oT The Tonic.
The DogpaTchers rally To save Abner Trom The
evil Bullmooseg chaos reigns as The governmenT is Trying
To evacuaTe The DogpaTchers beTore The bomb is
BuT as good musT come Trom The good hearTs oT
The innocenT, The DogpaTchers' Town is saved aT The lasT
momenT by The discovery ThaT The sTaTue oT The Town
hero, General JubilaTion T. Cornpone. is a naTional
shrine. Daisy nabs Abner and all is well.
ThroughouT The delighTTul TanTasy, The characTers
Take Time ouT Tor song and dance To add To The lilTing
Tlow oT The comedy. lvlr. Dale O'KeeTe direcTed The
sTage acTion while Mr. Fred SchmidT handled The musi-
cal aspecTs oT The producTion.
The nefarious Evil Eye Fleagle lGilberT TeTonl
demonsTraTes The power oT his verasiTizin' TruTh
whammy To General Bullmoose lSTeve Luianl and
Available Jones lWayne Dalel. Below. Marryin' Sam
lThom Phillipsl and Daisy Mae lMarTy Hawleyl do
a soTT shoe To "PasT My Prime."
Q "Drink up now, boy!" exclaims Mammy Yokum lGwenda AugusTinel
y To Abner lLex Lubchencol as she pours down The Yokumberry Tonic
while Pappy lJim Eergusonl looks on.
The crowd W5I+S for 'rhe Kickapoo Joy Juice 'I'o fake Hs devas1'aHng
effeci' as Lonesome Polecai' IK. D. Selphl and Hairless Joe Hack
Crowe provide a wee mp of 'rhe concocfion for 'rhe governmen+ man
". . . And wha1"s more. you're
gonna have To go To work!" warns
Mammy Yokum as she 'fries +o
convince fhe Dogpafchers of fheir
fare if Jrhey agree To 'rhe govern-
men+'s demand 'ro evacuafe.
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BACK ROW: Coach Joe WalcoH, Mike Gale. Denney Schillhuis,
Bill Reynolds. Ron Jones. Julian Harvey. Coach Lou Cullen. ROW
4: Ed Nelson, Gene Slevenson. Al Torske, Tom l-lillon, Dick
Peavey. Jerry Williams. Gordon Lowell. Ron Barsanli. ROW 3:
Larry Walker, Rodney Sandner. Dick Lemmon, Bob Boione. Ran-
dy Blackmon, Rich Smiih, Joe Wasko, Sam Juliano, Jim Hari.
Bulch Prior, Larry Keenan. ROW 2: Jerry Thrush, Dan Hulchi-
son, Karl Marinsek. Jim Srrahan. Jim Williams, Bob Milchell, Dave
Windyka, Tony Carney, Rich Nacewicz, Chelo Moreno. Wayne
Woodhouse. ROW l: Joe Scarpino. Ken Widhalm, Don l-lodges,
Ron Drake, Bob Krul, Chuck Wiening. Bob Porler. Lloyd Moore.
Mike Blair. Dean Pederson. Bill Bridges, Dan Anlolik.
The I966 Raider gridmen had a Tough Time oT iT.
The Team goT OTT quick and hard wiTh wins over Colo-
rado STaTe College, College oT SouThern U+ah. and a
Thrilling come-Trom-behind 33-29 vicTory over Colorado
School oT Mines. The only loss in The TirsT Tour games
was To WesTern STaTe. l-lowever, Then The Raiders losT
Their sTeam and dropped Their nexT Tive games To end
The season wiTh a 3-6 record.
ParT oT The reason Tor The slowdown was The heavy
percenTage oT iniuries among The sTarTing crew. The
loss oT Lloyd Moore midway Through The season cosT
The oTTensive drive oT The Raiders. while iniuries To Larry
Walker and Bob Krul TurTher hampered The Team.
DespiTe Their win-loss deTiciT, The Raiders puT To-
geTher some impressive season sTaTisTics. ouT-doing Their
opponenTs' ToTal passing yardage, TirsT downs. oTTen-
sive plays, and punTing. The passing game was sTrong.
wiTh quarTerbacks Chuck Wiening and Randy Blackmon
Tossing The pigskin 2l7 Times. Wiening had a 52.3 per
cenT compleTion average and Blackmon a 38.7.
Lloyd Moore was his usual dynamic selT, leading
The backfield wiTh I,OO6 yards gained by passes and
rushing. Chuck Wiening was named Back oT The Year.
wiTh linemen Wayne Woodhouse and Larry Walker car-
rying oTT Raider oT The Year and Lineman of The Year
honors, respecTively. Woodhouse was also named I967
Raider co-capTain along wiTh Bob PorTer.
Larry Walker didn'T even give This CSC
back a chance.
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No chance Tor The opposiTion here as Dan
AnTolik hauled down This pass.
AnTolik inTo The line.
Rciiders Finish Wifh 3-6 Record
27 Colorado Sfafe College 0
29 College of So. Ufah 2I
7 We-sfern Sfafe College 3I
33 Colo. School of Mines 29
2I New Mexico Highlands 58
7 So. Colorado Sfafe College 25
7 Adams Sfafe Col ege 4I
I3 Wesfrninsfer College 2I
I8 New Mexico Wesfern U. 24
Won Three-Losf Six
No. of Passes Aff.
Passes I'Iad Infercepfed
No. of Rushing Plays
Nef Yards Gained
Tofal Number Offensive Plays
Coaches WoIcoI'I', Cullen
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Blaclcmon. Moore I22I on an end run.
Bob Krul breaks hard +o lhe righl' of a CSC defender, in a
classic s+iff-arm move.
Lloyd Moore displays +he sfyle ihai' made him The leader in
pass receiving wll'h 606 lolal yards gained 'For a l2l-yard aver-
age per game.
An alerl Chuck Wiening.
Back of lhe Year. checks +he
field for an open receiver.
Too much Highlands for 'loo
H' fakes more Hwan one fo slrop Lloyd Moore.
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and The Raider squad.
Finishing on The wrong side oT an 8-I3 season's
record, The Raider baskeTball squad ToughT hard
To mainTain an even balance during The TirsT six
clashes. The Tide Turned when The UniversiTy oT Al-
buquerque surprised The Raiders wiTh an 88-bl de-
TeaT, and Tor The nexl' Tour games, ForT Lewis was
upended by The opponenlrs in each clash.
The Raiders made a slighT comeback againsT
The highly raTed Highlands UniversiTy, WesTern
STaTe, and Adams STaTe roundballers beTore slip-
ping back inTo a Tive-game slump. AT The end oT
The season, ForT Lewis was again on The upswing
wiTh Two vicTories in The Tinal week oT courT acTion.
STars Tor The season were Dave STearns and
Lee Walker, each wiTh an average oT nearly 20
poinTs per game. STearns, as well as Al l-lurd, Vic
KnighT, Larry Taylor, Bob Ervin and Bill lvleTz, leTT
The Team as Seniors.
DespiTe The loss oT several key men Trom The
squad, The Raiders can look Torward To a promising
I967-68 season wiTh The reTurn oT STeve Sanders,
Lee Walker, Don SchuTz, and Ron Gray.
The Raider Basketball Squad
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BACK ROW: Coach Don Whalen, Bob Ervin, Lee Walker, Bruce Sieve Sanders. Bill Meiz, Dave Slearns, Larry Taylor, Ron Gray,
Sauer, Jim Decker. Tom Wolfe. Don Schulz, Marvin Voss. Al l-lurd. Jim Collon, Vic Knighl, Jim Hair lmanagerl.
Duane Bolloms llrainerl. FRONT ROW: Coach Duane Lewis.
Cagers Finish 8-13
FLC CPP, NAME FG PCT. FT. POINTS AVG.
67 We5lern Slafe College 82 S'lSc':iI'I'lS I76 67-9I
Gy-and Canyon College 79 Walker l72 47.8 72-96
Wayland D. SCl'iU'l'Z
Cglleqe of Sanfa Fe GFGY 8.l
Vlfegfminsfer Decker l
College of Soulhern Ulah 68 A- l'lLfFCl 32 4l -6 39-57 IO4 4-2
Universily ol Albuquerque 88 V- KmQl"T 27 26-2 25-33 74 3-5
Colorado Slale College 90 T- Wolfe 29 36.3 4-l4 62 3-D
CQIQI'-ado S-Tale Cgllege Taylor 20 I5-2l 55
Highlands Universily 83 B. Tlbblll 2 40-O l- 2 5 l.6
Adams Sfafe CQl:ege EFVID l O- O 2 .7
Adams Siale Col ege 87 -
Wesaern Sh-ne College 88 EIEPTOTALS 676 43.6 332 500 l672 79.5
Co eqe of Sania Fe 65 ' -
Highlands Universilry '23 TOTALS 698 46.5 376 562 l727 82.2
Universiry of Albuquerque 80 S- I G, R d 10 H1 IQ66-67S
New Mexico Weslern Univ. 95 Inge ame ecor S or S eason
N Gfahzd Canaan Sollegel Poinls: Lee Walker l33l
SW GXICO SS SFU l'llV. ' I :
Wayland BapHs+ College 76 Fred Goals Dave Siearns ll4l
Free Throws: Lee Walker
Rebounds: Don Schulz ll9l
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"Don"I' look ai me in Thai' 'fone of voice!"
Veieran Raider Al Hurd charges info Hue aciion
for anoiher Fori' Lewis bucket
Dave Siearns moves in for a shoi'
The "pzazz" and lense fervor of
+he ever-presenl' failhlul fans have a
meaning 'ro 'rhe players Thar can'+ be
Or if I+ could be measured. il
would have To be done by 'rhe Jream.
for if is Jrhey who hear lhe cry. "Rel
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Eyes on ihe baskel, Ron Gray leis ihe ball fly
while his opponeni arrives Too lale fo inierfere.
Dave Siearns makes an ailempl' ai grabbing Jrhe
ball while feammale Jim Decker, in background.
Coach Whalen presenrs Dave Srearns wirh 'rhe
gameball award for The oursfanding player of The
year. Behind are Larry Taylor, Bruce Sauer. Don
Schuh, and Bob Ervin.
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5 Adams Siale College 33
I7 New Mexico Slaie Universily I8
24 College of Souihern Ulah I I
I9 Denver Universily I4
25 College of Soulhern Ulah 8
I3 FI. Hays Kansas Siale College 24
2 Weslern Siale College 28
23 Denver Universily I3
25 New Mexico Slale Universily 6
22 Kearney Siale I I
I8 Fi. Hays Kansas Siaie College 2I
WI' W L T
I23 Richard Bonavenlura 4 6 O
"'I3O Mel Smilh 9 2 O
I37 Carl Roih 5 3 O
I37 Harlan Sleinle 2 I O
I45 Gary Walker 6 4 I
I52 Sid Snyder 2 6 I
"iI6O Dave Hayward IO O I
I67 Mike Schmalz 3 3 O
I77 Denny Schilihuis I 3 O
I77 Gordon Lowell I 3 O
HwI'. Richard Bender I 5 0
Siraining Io overlhrow his opponenl in 'rhe Jr I- - ..
I37 Ib. class, Carl Roih seemed Io have 'rhe up- l Que 'fled for NCAA Compeqllllonl
per hand here.
Gary WaIlcer's Forl Hays
Siaie opponenl' didn'I like
'Ihe way Jrhings were going.
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"NOT unlril . . . lgroan, wheeze, panicl . .
you gel your hof brealh off my neck!"
Denney Schillhuis had +0 scramble hard Jro avoid
being pinned by his opposilrion.
"Touch me and you're dead!"
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Head-busjrin' Mei Smiih geis ready 'ro
down his malrch-maie in ihe I30 lb. class
during 'rhe Fr. Hays Kansas meer.
Dave Hayward's compe+i'rion found
our iusi how Tough he could be on +he
mai as he foughi his way +o a IO-O-I
record and a chance ai NCAA compe-
Jriiion. Above and iefrs Dave iockeys
for posifion. Then works a neai' 'rake-
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his ieam wiih pre-maich advice
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Kalzima did I+ again. He goofed and
walked info +l1e Camera range . . . uh
. . . honesl' he did, folks . . . i'r's no'r really
+l'1e way if looks . . . lwonesll
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A5 Usual, Coach Dolph KU55' Ski Jfeam made 5 The Team slip a liTTle, receiving TourTh in cross-counTry,
Skiers Hove Good Seosong
To N.C.A.A. Championships
sTrong showing in compeTiTion. The Team showed ouT-
sTanding skill and promise Tor TuTure years as Tour men
wenT on To The N.C.A.A. championships aT The end oT
Skiing againsT Tough compeTiTion and much larger
schools in The RMCA conTerence, The Tough-To-beaT
FLC squad placed well. In The ForT Lewis lnviTaTional,
They Took TirsT in The cross-counTry, Third in The down-
hill, and sixTh in The jumping and slalom evenTs. AT The
UniversiTy oT Denver meeT, The skiers Took TirsT in The
cross-counTry, and placed second, TourTh and TiTTh re-
specTively in The slalom, downhill, and iumping. During
The WesTern STaTe meeT, TirsT in cross-counTry, second
in slalom, and TourTh in downhill and iumping wenT To
The FLC squad. The Yampa Valley College meeT saw
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sipond in slalom, sixTh in iumping and sevenTh in down-
In The N.C.A.A. Championships, Jim ToTTey made
a good showing, Taking TenTh in The slalom, ThirTieTh
in The downhill and TourTeenTh in The Alpine combined
evenTs. Lewis MaTis, an excepTional cross-counTry skier,
won second place in ThaT evenT, while Jack LuTkin Took
TenTh place and Mike Devecka sixTeenTh. The l:orT Lewis
Team Tinished an ouTsTanding second in The overall
cross-counTry sTandings. Mike Devecka was sevenTh
and TwenTieTh in The jumping and combined Nordic
FLC Treshman Jim Miller represenTed The UniTed
STaTes in inTernaTional compeTiTion lasT winTer in Nor-
way, Sweden, and Finland.
BACK ROW: Tom Besh, Jack LuTkin, Coach Dolph Kuss, Frank LuTick, Wayne Fleming
FRONT ROW: Mike Devecka, Lewis MaTis, PaT Miller.
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I27.4 New Mexico Share Universiiy I34.7
l38.2 Brigham Young Universiry I58.8
l4O.7 New Mexico Universify I78.3
Ar right Terry ShorH works our on +he sfill rings
in one of The Three meefs, Below, John Gohn swings
over +he side horse in his rou+ine. Left Bob Mi+chelI
on fhe high bar.
Wifh sTrain showing on his Tace.
Shrum works Through his rouTine on The
The sidehorse presenTs a challenge oT balance
and agiliTy Tar The versaTile gymnasT.
Dave Shrum Paces Team
As All-Around Leader
Finishing his career as a ForT Lewis gymnasT, Dave
Shrum led The way Tor The resT aT The Raider squad
and earned The mosT poinTs Tor The Team as an indi-
vidual parTicipanT. Shrum perTormed on The Trampoline,
side horse, parallel bars, and' on The sTill rings To earn
recogniTion as The mosT ouTsTanding and valuable per-
Tormer oT The gymnasTic Team.
Bruce Hesse whips around 'ihe sidehorse,
sfriving ro relain his balance and preseni a
favorable showing for ihe iudges.
A clifficull' 'resf for precision planning and execulion.
The floor exercise requires spli'r-second Timing for a high
rafing. John Siock was one of lhe primary conlesfanls in
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The Fori Lewis College iennis Team pul oui' an
oulslanding eliori in Jrheir iirsl' undeiealed season.
The leam can also claim ihe disiinciion of being l'he
only FLC sporis ieam in recenl' hislory +o chalk up
an unblemished record.
Coach Aubrey Holderness' neimen. Greg Fry-
back. Jerry Malberg. Gil Waller. Harley Johnson.
Larry Kovacic, Don Bohlen. and Wayne Dale raclced
up eighl' consecuiive wins againsi Colorado Siaie
College l4-31. Adams Siaie College l4-3, 7-2, 6-3l,
College of Sania Fe i9-O. 9-O. 9-Ol, and New Mexico
Highlands Universiiy i9-Ol.
Larry Kovacic led ihe singles 'ream wilh a 7-O
record, while Fryback, Malberg, and Johnson each
had 7-I marks. Waller came ou'r wiih a 6-l. wi'rh
Bohlen l4-41 and Dale ll-Ol finishing behind him. The
doubles reams, Fryback and lvlalberg, Waller and
Johnson, Bohlen and Kovacic, slapped 'rheir oppo-
nen+s' pride by siorming Jrhrough undefeaied in 'rhe
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Twenly Forl Lewis College siudenis were singled
our for membership in 'rhe I966 "Who's Who Among
Sludenis in American Colleges and Universiliesf'
Roberi' Ledger was selecled for +he honor for The
+hird s+raigh+ year. as was Jerry Wolowey. Linda Mc-
Connel received The honor for Jrhe second year in a row.
The seleclion was based on scholarship, leadership.
and co-operalrion in educalional and exlracurricular ac-
livilries and promise of lulure success.
There is no compelilrion among ins1'i+u'rions bu'r
ralher lhe selec+ion is an honor ex'rended To 'rhe s+uden'r
by his alma mafer.
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Ronald Helland Deborah Keel
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TOP LEFT-Gordon Myers. Julie Rowe, Thom A. Phillips. Phil Linda Frisby. Pam Messinger, Jerry GularTe. Doug Ross. 'FRONT
ShowalTer. Dawni Gaslcill. Ann L. Teague, John W. Frank. E. T. LEFT-RoberT C. Piers, Rex V. Dunlap, PaTric1a Parr, JudlTh Cox.
"Sonny" SmiTh, Jenny Muller, Dave Crawford, Alexis Lubchenco. Alison Richards. Kelly Becker, Annie T-loIT. Jim Ferguson.
Fort LEWIS One OT The largesT and mosT acTive clubs on campus, The ForT Lewis
Players Take charge oT all The plays and TheaTre workshop producTions un-
College Players der The supervision oT Mr. Dale O'KeeTe.
"TwelTTh NighT," "All My Sons." and "Li'l Abner" Took up The greaT-
esT porTion OT The year Tor The Players. Rehearsals and producTions Tol-
lowed heel To Toe all year long. BeTween maior producTions, several TheaTre
workshops were produced, TeaTuring avanT-garde TheaTre and slceTches
wriTTen by sTudenTs.
l-lighlighTs in oTher acTiviTies Tor The club were a hayride, slcaTing par-
Ty, The Foreign Film Series, and The Drama Awards BanqueT which honored
ouTsTanding individuals in The TheaTre.
FuTure plans Tor The Players include an expanded TheaTre program
and The ioining oT The NaTional CollegiaTe Players. an honorary TraTerniTy.
Club oTTicers were: PresidenT, Sonny SmiTh: Vice-President John
Frank: SecreTary-Treasurer, PaT Parr: Librarian-hisTorian, Susan Monk:
COAC represenTaTive, Lewis l-lamilTon.
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Sfeve Smifh. Ron Pefligrew.
Paula Sfreiff. and Leslie Lewis.
The Freshman Class had fhe fask of painling fhe big Raider "R"
af fhe oufsef of fhe year. Ofher accomplishmenfs included a March
of Dimes Drive. fhe sponsoring of a dance in co-operafion wifh fhe
Wesferners' Club, parficipafing in fhe Hearf Fund Drive, and helping
decorafe for Homecoming and Winfer Formal.
Officers included Ron Peffigrew, presidenfg Sfeve Smifh, vice-
presidenfg Paula Sfreiff. secrefary: and Leslie Lewis. freasurer.
STANDING: Tom Armand. SEATED: Ellen
Zabel. Dianne Aflcins. Nof shown: Ken Bled-
soe, fall vice-presidenf.
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Three guesf speakers and a
follc-singing group were buf a few
of fhe eyenfs highlighfing Senior
Class gafherings. Seniors gradu-
afing in December of l966 were
honored af a banquef held af fhe
For fhe firsf fime in Senior
Class hisfory, fhe class builf and
enfered a floaf in fhe l966-67
Class meefings held af fhe
Holiday lnn usually began wifh a
speaker and were followed by
discussions. The seniors held a so-
cial as a lasf gef-fogefher before
graduafion in April, climaxed by
a banquef. Class officers were
Tom Armand. presidenf: Dianne
Afkins, vice-presidenfq and Ellen
The WesTerners' Club, one oT The mosT acTive and
besT-organized clubs on campus, sTarTed The Tall Tri-
mesTer wiTh a sTeak-Try aT The sTone house. Their MounT-
ed Color Guard, consisTing oT riders John Baird, Jon
l-loTchkiss, Allan Waide, Sid Snyder, and MonTe Mills,
perTormed aT TooTball games and rode in The Home-
Balloon Tossing, egg Throwing. and horseshoe piTch-
ing were enioyed by The whole campus during WesTern-
ers' Week. Oueen Suzanne NugenT and her aTTendanTs,
Debbie Neelan and Lindy RicedorTT, were presenTed
wiTh silver belT buckles, and The queen received a whiTe
STeTson. A wesTern dance TeaTuring George l-lamilTon
lV and Dorsey BurneTTe climaxed The week's TesTiviTies.
Square dancing every Wednesday nighT was an-
oTher specialTy oT The organizaTion. WiTh The advenT
of ChrisTmas week, The WesTerners adorned The big
Tree in TronT oT The academic building, changed The
lighTs under The ramp, decoraTed The Tree in The upper
TOP ROW: Wesley Jones. John Baird, Elaine Berry, Joe B.
Cellar, Sandra Frizell, Ellen Faulkenburg, llene Leonard, lrene
Leonard, RuThanne STephan. Suzanne NugenT lReporTer and
WesTerners' Oueenl, RoberTa l-lunTingTon, Dion Luke, Paula
STreiTT, Vicki Pargin, Sandy Allred. MIDDLE ROW: Harry Bax-
lounge and Trimmed The sTairway wiTh pine boughs.
Two WesTerners' Club Teams neTTed over Two
hundred dollars Tor The l-learT Fund Drive. The club won
The Bed Race and seT up The sTage Tor The BaTTle oT
The Bands. The group organized and sponsored a Rodeo
meeTing aT which over one hundred were in aTTendance.
including Dean Wallace, PresidenT Reed and several
counTy commissioners. A guard rail was consTrucTed on
The campus road as a resulT of WesTerners' iniTiaTive.
A WesTerners' dance was held TeaTuring The Dennisons
and The woodwork on The chapel and ouTdoor signs was
sTained and reiuvenaTed.
A campus clean-up day preceded graduaTion as
well as a Tormal dance in honor of The graduaTing
seniors. AcTive oTTicers included: MonTe Mills, presidenT:
Joe Gellenbeck, vice-presidenT: George WalTers,
COAC represenTaTiveg RoberTa l-lunTingTon and STeph-
anie Love, secreTaries: and Suzanne NugenT, reporTer.
Sponsors were Dean WhiTseTT and Mr. l-loward.
sTrom, Donna Lee McCoy, Jimmie Sorrels. JoAnn WhiTseTT lspon-
sorl, Ronnie Jackson, lrene Jordan. CurTis Jordan, Richard Bash-
or. BOTTOM ROW: Ted Chandler, Chris Gray, Allan Waide,
MonTe Mills lpresidenTl, George WalTers lCOAC represenTaTivel
Kelley Elkins, Paul Krabbe, John Keenan, Eldon Simmons.
Named aTTer The CaTholic Cardinal.
Newman. ForT Lewis College's Newman Club
has played a very acTive role in promoTing
acTiviTies and religious discussions Tor The
sTudenTs of The College. The year's acTiv-
iTies were launched by a picnic aT The be-
ginning oT The year and included a Talk by
Dr. Armleder on God and Philosophy, a
Three-parT discussion on The DeaTh of God,
a lecTure by Warren WiTTe Trom The Amer-
ican Friends Service CommiTTee on Con-
scienTious ObiecTion, a discussion on The
Mexico ProiecT by FaTher PaT Murphy and
PaT O'Malley, a Two-parT discussion on The
Problem oT Evil. a Talk by Dr. Spencer on
EvoluTion and The Church and a guesT lec-
Ture by FaTher Michael Byrne. Newman Club
also sponsored several Tilms which included
"Who ls God?," "Crisis oT FaiTh," "New-
man's Biography," and co-sponsored The
movie "Parable." Club oTTicers were Chris
Monley. presidenTg Clyde Benally, vice-pres-
idenT: Leslie lvers, secreTary: and RuThanne
BACK-Thomas Manfred: MIDDLE-Tom Fachan. Jim Gores, Mike
FleTcher: FRONT-Chris Monley, Andrea Bryce, STeve SmiTh.
SEATED-Larry Walsh. Ron Helland. Jan
Phi Alpho TheTci
loTa Pi, ForT Lewis College's branch
oT Phi Alpha TheTa, a naTional honorary
hisTory TraTerniTy, Tuhcills iTs-aim oT Tur-
Thering The sTudy oT hisTory and iTs re-
laTed Tields. Membership requiremenTs
were raised lasT year, demanding a 3.3
average in 20 hours oT hisTory and a 3.0
average in Two-Thirds oT all oTher sub-
During The year The club hosTed
several guesT speakers, among whom
were Mr. Periman, Dr. Din and Dr. Fox.
OTTicers included PresidenT Dave Shrumg
Vice-presidenT Bob Ledger, and Secre-
Tary-Treasurer Mary Lynn FalconeTTi.
LEFT ROW, FROM BACK: Ron Helland, Dick Bender, Joseph Scarpino, Mike Russell,
Bruce Hesse, Dave WerTs. Mel SmiTh. MIDDLE ROW, FROM BACK: Tom Wolfe,
Mike Skuria, Wesley Jones, Rich SmiTh, Larry Walsh, Ron Jaynes, Jim Doyle. RIGHT
ROW, FROM BACK: James Decker, Lloyd Moore. Larry Keenan, Ken Widhalm, John
STock, Ron Drake. Vic KnighT.
One oT The besT-loved acTiviTies aT ForT Lewis College is The ChrisTmas ParTy Tor The
children oT SanTa RiTa, sponsored every year by The LeTTermen's Club. The Roaring
TwenTies Dance is anoTher annual specialTy oT The organizaTion. For Homecoming '66,
The LeTTermen sponsored The guesT visiT oT Mr. Reuben Heflin, who scored The TirsT
Touchdown in The hisTory oT The school.
The club's consTrucTion oT The Oueen's FIoa+ won TirsT place in The Homecoming
parade. The LeTTermen also worked concessions Tor The sporTs acTiviTies and ushered aT
many social evenTs.
OTTicers include: presidenT, Vic KnighTg vice-presidenT, Jim Decker: secreTary-Treas-
urer. John STock7 and COAC represenTaTive, Dave WerTs.
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STANDING: Irene Leonard. SEAT-
ED: Ilene Leonard. John Keenan
Kay Rosengarlen, Vicki French.
FROM LEFT: Ron Slanek. Bob AI'-
kins, Dianne Alkins. Ellen Zabel,
Jan lvlinler. Kalhy Sullivan. Tom
Bene'l'I, Tom Armand.
One of rhe newesr organizalions on campus
is The Inler-Varsily Chrislian Fellowship. Officers in-
clude John Keenan, president Gloria I-lood, vice-
president Kay Rosengarlen, COACg Judy Johnson,
secrerary: and Gary Casady, lreasurer. The group
holds a Bible siudy ar each of ihe weekly meeiings
and hopes in The near Iulure 'ro hosl guesl speakers
and sponsor social aclivilies.
Bound by a murual love of win-
ier snow and challenging slopes, Jrhe
Forl Lewis Ski Club organized a Irip
io Vail as one of iis many proiecls
during 'rhe year. The skiers also en-
ioyed movies. sponsored a dance and
helped lo sponsor 'rhe Winler For-
mal. Oilicers are Bob Alkins, presi-
denl: Dan Larkin, vice-presidenlp and
Ellen Zabel, secrerary.
S a n d y Nicholson.
John GaTes. Carol
M o o r e . FRONT
ROW: Ron Jaynes.
STeve Sanders. JeTT
Rodewald. Phil Devor.
Organizing and arranging Tor all Fine ArTs EvenTs and guesT speakers
is The Task oT The SenaTe Scheduling CommiTTee. The group sponsored
orienTaTion dances aT The beginning of each TrimesTer lasT year. The com-
miTTee also was responsible Tor The scheduling oT The Sunday nighT movies
which oTTered an appealing varieTy To campus moviegoers.
John OaTes served as chairman oT The SenaTe Scheduling CommiT-
Tee, while Debbie Moore acTed as secreTary.
FROM BACK: Judy SiH'ler, Frank Kinion. Dennis
McCargar. Ron l-lelland. John Gohn. Vicki
French. PaT'Ti ArmsTrong.
STudenTs and Teachers were guesTs oT
The STudenT Colorado EducaTion Associa-
Tion's Apple Polishing l-lour held aT The be-
ginning oT The school year. Over one hun-
dred sTudenTs represenTing various high
schools in The basin were in aTTendance aT
SCEA's FuTure Teacher's Day. Club mem-
bers helped The Kiwanis Club in puTTing on
The Pancake Supper and assisTed in The seT-
Ting up oT book displays. eTc. Tor The Colo-
rado EducaTion AssociaTion ConvenTion.
SCEA members also helped wiTh decoraTions
Tor Homecoming, ChrisTmas, and WinTer
Formal. Club oTTicers were: presidenT. Ron
l-lellandg vice-presidenT. John Gohn: secre-
Tary-Treasurer, Vicki French: and COAC rep-
resenTaTive. Frank Kinion.
BACK ROW: Anna Lee Early. Lufher A. Ghahare. Larry Tsosie, Clyde Benally.
MIDDLE ROW: Joan D. Delgai, Jenny Muller, Roberr W. Loescher. FRONT
ROW: Jalce Pioche, Anna Boyd, Charles Cambridge, Virginia Frank, N. G. Tale.
The Shalalco Club relrained Hs 'rifle as official lamp-lighier for
+he college lasi year, lighring Jrhe "R" during Homecoming and dec-
oraiing +he campus a+ Chrisfmas wi+h ihe beauiiful Spanish-origi-
The group pariicipaied in ihe Jrradilional Tug-O-War agains+
'rhe Wesrerners' Club during Wesrerners' Week and climaxed 'rhe
year wifh 'rhe l-lohzoni Days lDays ol: Beaulyl. Fori Lewis' Wahleah
Luian, Miss Indian America, as a member of Shalalco Club, af-
lended The feslivilies.
Hohzoni Days feafured a Navajo Band concert a baslce+ball
game wi'rh The Wesierners' Club la rivalry noi' new or exclusive 'ro
FLC . . . remember Cus+er?l, an Indian fashion show, and a wes'rern
dance feaiuring fhe Wingale Valley Boys.
Officers for 'rhe Shalalco Club were: president Bob Loescherg
vice-president Clyde Benally: secre'rary-Jrreasurer, Arlene Toledo.
Organized on an experimenial basis, Mears dormi-
i'ory was noi subiecl' lo sei quiel hours, room checks,
or room inspeclions. The women of Mears Hall, being
upperclassmen, were responsible lo 'rhemselves and lo
each olher. They had an eleclecl council of five mem-
bers which helped lhe sludenis resolve conflicis and sei'
Jrheir own guidelines. Holding an inlroduclory open
house. hosling The Chrisimas Facully Tea al Dr. and
Mrs. Reed's house, selling mums al Homecoming 'ro
raise money, planning and hosling a Valen+ine's pariy
and a iea for women graduales were bui' a few of 'rhe
accomplishmenls of ihe "Mears Gals." The coeds aided
Saga Food in serving and decoraling al' alhleiic ban-
queis, prepared a pep scroll for a bus 'rrip lo Golden,
STANDING-Sandy Nicholson, Anna Boyd,
Mrs. Lewis. Cheryle Chrislensen, Sandi Smale,
Sue Terrill, and Kay Wallis. SEATED-Can
ole Higgins, Lindy Ricedorff, Carol Mc-
Knighl, and Jan Fullcs.
celebraled each woman's birlhday ai informal gel-lo-
gelhers, senl appropriale cards and noles 'ro liaculiy
and slalff members for birlhdays and siclcnesses, and
adopied a hall song enlilled "Have Fun." Along wilh
pariricipalion in regular college-sponsored funciions, 'rhe
women of Mears evalualed Their sysl'em and suggesied
guide lines for iuiure upperclass women's residence
halls. Fall Council members included Pal Wells, Cheryle
Chrisrensen, Kay Wallis, Lindy Ricedorlf and Sandi
Smale. Winier council members were Carol McKnigh+,
Carole Higgins, Jan Fullcs, Kay Wallis, and Anna Boyd.
Sue Terrill and Sandy Nicholson served lhrough 'rhe
year as iunior counselor and dorm secreiary, respec-
lively. Assislani head residenl was Mrs. Duane Lewis.
BACK ROW-Deanna Swifl, Jeri DeVries, Kaihy Allum, and
Sandy Allred. FRONT ROW-Kaihy Sullivan, Mrs. Ashbaclc,
Dawni Gasgill, Sandy Towne, Karen Miles and Paula Pargin.
A collegiaie fashion show modeled by sev-
eral Cooper coeds highlighled ihe fall Jrrimesier.
Cooper Hall opened iis inner lounge ihrough-
oui lhe year 'ro give campus siudenls access 'ro .
ils fireplace and hol bulslered popcorn. Cooper
girls ushered for 'rhe Denver Symphony and
served as hoslesses io all campus dorm members
during 'rheir Chrislmas open house. The Cooper
cons+i'ru+ion was rewriHen To serve lhe indi-
vidual needs oli lhe dorm, and S+. Pa+riclc's Day
was honored wilh an open dorm and enlerlain-
menl for lhe guesls. The girls were on call for
all campus aclivilies and iobs lhal required a
helping hand. Officers were Kaihy Sullivan, pres-
idenlg Deanna Swilil, vice-presidenl: Mariane
Ambler, secrelary-ireasurerg and represenlalives
Karen Miles, Paula Pargin, Dawni Gasgill, Becky
Ruffner, Kalhy Allum, Sandy Allred, Jeri De-
Vries and Sandy Towne. Sponsor and head resi-
deni was Mrs. Ashbaclc.
Sponsoring fhe Sfuarf's of Durango Dance and financing fhe
producfion of a sfudenf direcfory were fwo of fhe main accomplish-
menfs of fhe Men's Residence I-lall Associafion, The group esfab-
lished fhe precedenf of oufsfanding faculfy and sfudenf awards
and has helped in fhe promofion of an honor dorm as well as fea-
furing an all-dorm inframural sporfs program. Realizing fhe neces-
sify for anofher sidewalk, fhe club sponsored 'rhe consfrucfion of one
connecfing Palmer and Escalanfe fo fhe back-parking Iof. The of-
ficers include Jay Davidson, presidenf: Terry Alley. vice-presidenf:
and Dick Vogel, secrefary-freasurer.
STANDING: Deanna Swiff. SITTING: Frances
Ruddock. Barbara Coffman, Paula Pargin, Jane
Mahan, Marnie O'ConnelI.
BACK ROW: Bill Blunf. Chris Johnsfon, Dick
Vogel, Pefe Forwood. MIDDLE ROW: John
Weri-z. Ken Olson, Richard Shoup. Terry
Alley. FRONT ROW: Dennis Prafher. Mr.
Lewis lSponsorl, Jay Davidson.
The Women's Residencrl-lall Asso-
ciafion was founded fo furfher fhe wel-
fare of fhe sfudenf residenfs, promofe
inferesf in residenf affairs and develop
responsible cifizenship fhrough self-gov-
ernmenf. Officers are presidenf, Ivlarnie
O'ConnelI: vice-presidenf, Barbara Coff-
man: and secrefary-freasurer, Vicki
Represenfafives were Frances Rud-
dock, Becky Ruffner. Marilyn Layfon, De-
anna Swiff, Jane Mahan. and Paula Par-
From Lett: Sandy Stone, De-
anna Switt, Margie Fenhag-
en. Susan Terrill, Mrs. Ash-
baclc, head resident. Mrs. Lew-
is. 'assistant head resident,
Judy Sit-tler, Sue Biclc and Car-
l BACK ROW: olzn smaih, Jesse wood-
house. Mr. Lewis, sponsor, and Derrill
Johnson. FRONT ROW: Del Ottinger, Ron
Jaynes. Carl Roth, Bob Woodward. Harlan
Steinle, Don Koethe. Bruce Hesse, John
Gates and Don Hill.
Selected on the basis ot leadership, maturity. scholarship,
experience and interest, the student assistants were awarded
the taslc ot aiding the head resident in co-ordinating super-
vising and developing their residence hall programs.
Willing to give freely the time, energy and talents needed
tor the successtul performance ot their iobs. the student as-
sistants very capably tultill an important and demanding statt
Compiling a survey on sfudenf
spending for fhe lndependenf was
fhe main proiecf of fhe Forf Lewis
College Business Club. Members Sfan
Graffis, Jim Lee, Harvey Crowley
and Ralph Hagan represenfed Forl'
Lewis af a symposium held af Denver
Universify and 'rhe enfire group en-
ioyed a dinner feafuring a guesf
speaker af fhe Holiday lnn. Officers
included Jerry Dunn, presidenfg Ralph
Hagan, vice-presidenf: Cliff Rhead.
secrefary: and Harvey Crowley.
freasurer. Sponsors for fhe club were
Mr. William Hollis. Mr. C. P. Hous-
fon and Mr. Aubrey Holderness.
STANDING: Del Offinger. FIRST ROW: George Walfers and Yvonne Clemenf. SEC-
OND ROW: Sunny Wifkind. Clyde Benally. Frank Kinion and Mr. Pugh. sponsor.
THIRD ROW: Ellen Zabel, Kay Rosengarfen. Mary Lou Macy, and John Safes.
The Clubs and Organiza-
fions Acfivifies Council has fhe
momenfous fask of budgefing for
all clubs on campus. Vice-presi-
denf of fhe sfudenf body, Del
Offinger, served as chairman of
COAC. Among ofher accom-
plishmenfs. Council members did
an excellenl' iob in planning and
programing Homecoming and
fhe Winfer Formal. Also wifhin
fhe workload of COAC was a
pre-budgefary planning schedule.
This included ifemizing all ex-
pendifures for clubs and organi-
zafions for fhe following year.
BACK ROW: Don Kirby. Tony Carney, Bill Bridges, Phil Devor. Tom HOSSB.
Mike Carrufhers and C. P. Housfon. sponsor. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Tierney.
Alan Wilson. Don Gibbs, Larry Dixon. Bob Gilmisfer, Sfan .Graffls and Calvin
Haning. FRONT ROW: Rick Olson, Bill Armsfrong. Cliff Rhead. Harvey
Crowley, Jerry Dunn and Ralph Hagan.
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ls The STudenT SenaTe TuncTional? Or
is iT oT liTTle use To FLC? QuesTions OT This
naTure came ThroughouT The i966-67 leg-
islaTive year. Always a TargeT Tor criTicism,
sTudenT governmenTs have These issues
Thrown aT Them. Many sTudenT governmenTs
are oT liTTle value, buT This wriTer believes
ThaT The ForT Lewis STudenT SenaTe has a
TuncTion and a value Tor The college.
BeTore The skepTic screams and ranTs,
leT me say This-who seTs up The Fine ArTs
programs, organizes Homecoming. l-learT
Week, WinTer Formal, and sponsors dances:
who esTablishes budgeTs Tor The clubs and
handles The enTire sTudenT body acTiviTy
And who hollers The loudesT, and com-
plains The mosT if his club or peT proiecT
didn'T receive as much money as he Tigured
iT deserved Trom sTudenT Tunds? The same
skepTic who didn'T voTe in The lasT SenaTe
elecTion. or didn'T go To SenaTe meeTings To
speak Tor his causes.
I don'T see how anyone Taking no in-
TeresT in his governmenT can have enough
knowledge To say whaT is righ+ or wrong.
The ForT Lewis College STudenT SenaTe
works noT To govern buT To represenT. And
if iT isn'T Truly represenTaTive, remember-
represenTaTion is a muTual proiecT.
The ForT Lewis College STudenT SenaTe operaTes on a
roTaTion basis. Comprised oT 'FiTTeen members. iT has Tive
new members each TrimesTer, elecTed Tor Three TrimesTers.
PresidenT Reed and Dean Wallace conTer during "The
Greai' DebaTe" over The STaTe Board oT AgriculTure's
TraTerniTy ban. AdminisTraTion members oTTen aTTended
SenaTe meeTings To advise and To provide needed in-
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Sfuclenf Body Presidenl' Mike Smlllm slrived for
more sludenl voice in college affairs. more
inleresr from Jrhe sludenls.
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for 'rl'1e Senal'e's consideralion.
Senale officers: Maragaref Bisio, recording secre-
lary Har lefll: Del Olllnger. vice-president Mike
Smillw. presidenl: Sleve Marlin, lreasurer.
Dr. l-lerloeri E. Owen
As Jrhe College grew. +he pos-
sibilily increased +ha+ Jrhe number of
academic divisions would expand be-
yond Jrhe five divisions siill in eiieci
March I. I967.
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Charles F. Kinion
Dana Lea Noe
T Sandra Lee Seavy
George F. Seirz
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Naomi B. Tucson
Jerry Arlhur Wade
' Richard W. Williams
Esfella L. Benally
Michael J. Campbell
James T. Dale
Joan D. Delgai
Gerald Alan Heil
John Oliver JoweH'
Ilene Fay Leonard
Waller Dale Lynch
James M. Mayer
David John Nolan
Carmeliia Maria Oresco
Commencement Exercises Find 156 Receiving
Diplomosp Gov. Love
A sTanding-room-only crowd saw The ForT Lewis
College Class oT I967 receive Their diplomas on
April I6. ParenTs, kid broThers, liTTle sisTers, big sis-
Ters, and relaTives oT every kind converged upon
The FLC gymnasium To aTTend The ceremonies. The
TirsT ForT Lewis commencemenT To be held indoors
in Tour years.
ln spiTe oT wind. weaTher, and an overTilled
gym, iT was an impressive ceremony. Governor oT
Colorado John A. Love. scheduled To be in aT-
Tendance buT unable To Tly To Durango because oT
The high winds, addressed -The graduaTes by a Tele-
phone-loudspeaker sysTem. l-le also Tormally dedi-
caTed The new library-classroom complex, saying iT
was To be Tor "The besT educaTion possible Tor Tu-
OuTsTanding scholars Tor The Class of '67 were
many. Summa cum laude honors wenT To Linda Mc-
Connel and Raymond I-logler, while magna cum
laude graduares were Jean Anne LuTgens and
Charles Wang. TwenTy-Tour oThers received cum
The dedicaTion oT The library by Governor
Love was compleTed when The symbolic key was
passed inTo The hands oT ChieT Librarian Graham
Sadler. James M. I-lunTer, archiTecT. passed The be-
ribboned key To Duane Lucas, CraTTsman ConsTruc-
Tion Company, who passed iT To PresidenT ArThur
Sheely oT The STaTe Board oT AgriculTure, who pre-
senTed iT To ForT Lewis College PresidenT John F.
Reed, and he To Sadler.
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STudenT body presidenT STeve Mar-
Tin lcenTerl. vice-presidenT Jim Dale
lleTTl and sTudenT senaTor Larry Fro-
hardT waiT To ring The bell. announcing
The coming of The graduaTes.
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Much of Fori Lewis hisiory has been caplured by
phoiographer Ralph Sunclquist here c:augh+ "un-
aware" on 'rhe oiher side of lhe camera lens.
The clemure appearance of gracluaie
Cindy Lee Wrighl: Or is Jrhai a smile of
'rriumph as she gazes upon her name on
Parenls, relalives and
'friends of 'rhe Class of '67
iammed 'l'he new library-
classroom complex follow-
ing 'rhe declicaiion during
The gradualrion ceremo-
Fort Lewis College
April 16, 1967
Bachelor of Arts
Ronald George Adams lcum laudel
Randa Aguilar lcum laudel
Verna Charline Anderson
Palricia Anesi lcum laudel
Thomas Lee Armand
Floyd Lee Barreir
Margarel Ellen Bisio
Thelma A. Black
Kennelh Dean Bledsoe
Berna Deane Briggs
Michael Sherman Buchanan
Bonnie Jean Bulcher
Slanley A. Campbell
Earl Slephen Carroll
Michael Kenl Carrulhers
Joanne H. Colley
Cheryl Leora Conner lcum laudel
John Richard Colfer
Marvin Dale Crow
Harvey Gene Crowley lcum laudel
Alice E. David
Jerald Larson Dunn
Jan Thomas Eagleman
Mary McCracken Eagleman lcum laudel
Hugh Leonard Easlerday
Norma Jean Ervin lcum laudel
Roberl Thomas Ervin
Joan D. Evans lcum laudel
Elaine Elma Evensen
Mary Lynn Falconelli lcum laudel
Alan Lane Ford
Jan Lee Frisby
Richard D. Fuller
John S. Gales
Anna Louise Girodo lcum laudel
Srephen N. Gladslein
John William Gohn
Roberi J. Grale
Slanley Keilh Graflis
Elberl Russell Gragg
Kennelh Wayne Guzik
Buford Hackney lcum laudel
Ralph Alberl Hagan
Calvin Lewis Haning
Ronald A. Helland
Richard V. Heller
Gloria Brazeal Henderson lcum laudel
Brell C. Henry lcum laudel
Nancy C. Herring lcum laudel
Raymond Louis Hogler lsumma cum laude
Janice Rose Holcomb
Rodney Merle Humble
Mary Ann Hill Hunlsman
Pamela B. Jennings
Neil Waller Jochen
William Jerry Johnson
Deborah Anne Keel lcum laudel
Merlon Taylor Keel
Ardilh Julene Kehler
Thomas Charles Kirby
Viclor Marvin Knighl'
Joseph C. Krobolh
Paul E. Larimore
Roberl Francis Ledger. Jr. lcum laudel
Jean Anne Lurgens lmagna cum laudel
Lillianna Marie Malberg
Herberl Andrew McDaniel
Bachelor of Arfs
Michael Clyde Mcdonald
Mary Ann McNamara
Paul E. McNul'ry
Marie Ellen Herrera Meslas
Harold Srephen Millage
Janer Gayle Minrer
Donald E. Moore
Lloyd D. Moore
Ernesjr E. Nicholson
Richard Louis Noble
Dana Lea Noe
Judirh Anneira Norlon
Bruce F. Olson
Alberla L. Pargin lcum laudel
Meredirh Lynn Palfen
Floyd Ray Perkins
James Chrislopher Perry V
Oscar Jay Pererson
Wabel Rachad Pharaon
Frank L. Phelps, Jr.
James Roger Reed
Jeanne A. Reed lcum laudel
Billy Edward Roundrree
Roberr Michael Smirh
Licurgo G. Solo
Barbara Jo Srocker lcum laudel
Ralph E. Sundquisr
Gregory C. Thompson
Kennerh E. Trone
Craig Lorn Wallace
Chai-Ho Charles Wang lmagna cum laudel
Joseph M. Weaver
Barry Michael Weinberg
Michael Wallace Wesbrooks
Peggy Ann Wilcox
Raymond Wilson lcum laudel
Krisrine Knous Worley
Cindy Lee Wig'ron Wrighr
Ellen Jeanne Zabel
Bachelor of Science
Ruben B. Aguilar
Mike F. Andrearla lcum laudel
Dianne Wood Arkins
James Carllon Aumiller
Glenn R. Barrh
Roberr L. Bradford
Jack LeRoy Briggs
Donald l. Chikuma
Harry Randolph Covingron
Louis Bouviere Dills
John G. George
Roberr S. Hays, Jr.
Bachelor of Science
Richard Lamar Hefheringion
Kirk William Hills
Gary Roger Jameson
Russell B. Lamberi
Paul David Langer
Richard G. Lemmon
Marlin V. Li'rvin
Linda Gale McConnel lsumma cum laudel
Charles Edward Melvin
John R. Miller
Frederick James Moore
Aubrey Clemenl' Morgan
Roberf Leon Morrow
Diane Dee Newbrough
Samuel E. Noble
Charles Dale Rae. Jr.
John B. Robinelfe
Julius William Ryfer. Jr.
Donald McKeown Shailuck
Michael Slcuria, Jr. lcum laudel
William Bruce Sieward
Donald L. Webb lcum laudel
Charles Emanuel Wiening
Alvin L. Williams
Jerry L. Worowey lcum laudel
Associate of Arts
Bonnie Mae Bensman
Chrisiine Elaine Dunn
Vicioria Anne Kuehlinq
Jean Ellen Meyer
Linda Lou Rudd
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soon for rhe memories fo have become
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Bui' when rhe years have caused a
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