North Dakota State University - Bison Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1955
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Erlys Mische, Beverly Kraus, photogra-
phy. JoAnn Willert, copy. Renee Baker,
layout. Gloriann Erickson, art.
Mel Ostby, activities. Reggie Gorder,
scholastic. Beverly Pfeifer, organizations.
Sandra Benedict, Judy Hammer, resi-
dences. Judy Sherwood, seniors. Audrey
Holt, Beverly Olson, advertising.
Jon Dewey, advertising manager.
Ham Gillespie, Peter Mark, David Duin,
Marlene Qualley, laRae Gendreau, Ray Buelow,
Sandy Haas, Marlene Pfeifle, Sally Anderson, Sally
Schroeder, Ruth Folstrom, Bonnie Litzinger, Charlotte
Aomodt, Annette Siversen, Ruth Olwin, Pete Lund-
wall, Joe Ruliffson, June Anderson, Celeste Svihovec,
Elaine Geiszler, Mary Dullea, JoAnn Sinner, Kay
Marquart, Kay Chapin, Hal Miller, Gail Fiizloff.
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RDER SC Public Hearings." '54 SC Profs Defy
Call To Resign." These are but two of the
many newspaper headlines seen throughout
the school year which exemplified this very
unusual year in the history of North Dakota
State College. Never before has the college
received so much publicity, most of it unfavor-
able, in so short a period of time.
The primary purpose of all Yearbooks, and
this one is no exception, is to place in printed
form a history of the school year. No Year-
book, and again the '55 Bison is no exception,
ever accomplished this perfectly.
ln some cases the reason is a physical one.
A lack of available space due to a limited
budget or a final deadline for copy in the
middle of April or some other similar reasons
make it impossible to include all events and
activities of the college year in the Yearbook.
In some other cases, the reason for the
exclusion of a happening from the Yearbook
is not merely physical.
As this Yearbook goes to press, the end of
the faculty-administration controversy is no-
where in sight. Perhaps by the end of the
school year the entire situation will have been
cleared up once and for all. Presently such
Other than what is said here, the faculty-
administration conflict receives no mention
in this book. To some students this seems
improper. Surely, they say, the biggest news
item of the school year deserves a prominent
place in the school Yearbook. If the matter
had reached some sensible conclusion the
Editor might be inclined to agree with this
point of view. As the situation is now, how-
ever, he does not.
The controversy will long remain a sorry
but prominent chapter in the history of NDSC.
Giving it a prominent place in the Yearbook
now when everything is very uncertain would
serve no worthwhile purpose.
The hope of this Editor is that the Editor
of the next Bison, will need allot no space
whatever to the faculty-administration contro-
versy, not because it still has reached no end
but because it no longer exists.
Not a "curriculum" but nevertheless a "maior'f for
The source of the almost meaningless 4.00 average
The value of some is many times proven but the
worth of others remains noticeably vague
Home, and chief environment, for nine months in
Those who Progressed - To a certain Degree
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Graduates listening to Dean Dolve at the exercises
. . graduaiion ceremonies . .
and award winners
Alpha Gom's and AGR's receiving their
trophies ut Spring Sing.
Sc-me live bail from South Dakota State.
Ho, u cheer for green and
The school was . .
. . fired up . .
. . af fhe homecoming pep rally
Queen .loun's only request, "get
out there and win!"
Ann Whiting "up in the air"
about The game.
"On Bison, curry the fight."
. . . and bonfire
Queen Ioan and her affendanfs
Queen's hand being kissed by
Pres. Hultz with u conference by
Gion and Anderson in the rear.
Queen Joan and her utfendnnis in the parade.
Queen Joan Nelson with trophy.
Queen Joan uf the banquet held in her honor.
had a busy schedule
Ahendanis Joann Grimes and Marlys
' Gamma Phi's "Keep 'em in a
' Stately Whirl" took first place
in the women's division.
Alfhough fhe iheme was Bison Sfop Bunny Hop
Kappa Sig's huge Bison capped first place in the men's division.
The fired up Rahiuhs.
5AE's float "Alumni the World Over," placed second in the men's division.
Even the clowns partici-
puied in fhe parade!
Blue Key men with the
organizafions praduced fheir own fhemes for floafs
The KD's float "Lick the Bunnies" placed second in the women's
ATO'S won house decorations confesf
ATO house decoration, "Bison Attack Drives Bunnies
The crowd watching with
The marching band participated in the parade to
provide entertainment with their unusual formations.
The SAE's house decoration,
called "Del's Diary."
The SPD's placed second
with their house decoration
enlifled "Bison Sfop Bunny
Karen Sluka and Peter Mark, winners of Gus XX.
L'Tlze day in the life of the men on the State College
campus. When every guy is a cking for a day' fthe only
day, tool. A dinner of steak or hamburgers, as the
case may be, a corsage of balloons, vegetables, and
other paraphernalia that was handy, doors opened,
tickets to the dance bought, and a wonderful time had
Gus XX was won by a lovely young spinster, Karen
Sluka, and her catch, Peter Mark, and several other
prizes were given also. The evening ended with all the
spinsters heaving a sigh of relief and the guys wishing
Spinster Skip would be 365 days a year.
Chef Magnus Geston presenting
Gus XX to the iwo winners
A view of three of the many ex-
travagant corsages presented by
the spinsters to their dates.
Sally Anderson being escorted by John
3 Lurum and James Marquurt to the stage
fo be crowned Queen of ihe Military Bull.
'4Under the blue and white streamers which 'trans-
formed the Fieldhouse from its everyday appearance,
the first formal dance of the school year successfully
The Military Ball, a strictly tuxedo, uniform, and
formal affair, saw local military dignitaries and stu-
dents dancing to the music of Paul Hanson and his
Climax of the evening was the crowning of ATO
candidate Sally Anderson as Military Ball Queen. The
annual affair is sponsored by the Arnold Air Society.
Air Delns, Scabbard and Blade, and Guidon.
President Fred Huliz and Sally An-
derson wifh her trophy.
Doug Hanson, Commander of
AFROTC, crowning Queen Sally af
ulVIodel Men are few and far between but the Inter-
fraternity Ball has an excess of these desirable males."
One of the last formal affairs of the winter quarter,
the Ball took place this year at the Moorhead Armory.
Sponsored by the lnterfraternity Council, the music
was provided by the Paul Hanson Orchestra.
Highlight of the evening is the naming of the
Model Man, selected by Panliellenic Council repre-
sentatives whose votes are determined by vote of their
respective sororities, from among candidates sponsored
by the fraternities.
Merlin Ludwig, Theta Chi candidate, was chosen
Model Man, and presented with his trophy by previous
winner Ray Horne.
An informal get-together between
three Kappa Sigs, Robert Hughes,
Donn Besselievre, and Dennis Linde-
mann, and their dates.
Model Man candidates. left to
right, Floyd Wagner, Bob Gion,
Dennis lindemunn, Gordon Child,
Doug Hanson, Darel Leetun, Ken-
neth DeKrey, and Merlin Ludwig.
1954 Model Man Roy Horne, left,
congratulating Merlin Ludwig, the
1955 Model Man, and presenting
him with a trophy.
"The wearing of the green and the selection of St. Pat-
rick are the trademarks of the annual Engineers' Ballf'
Sponsored by the Engineering Council, the event
was held this year at the Knights of Columbus Hall
with Paul Hanson furnishing the music. The semi-
formal affair saw Dick Ingberg crowned St. Patrick
and presented with the "Order of the T-Square."
St. Patrick is selected by a vote of the couples pres-
ent at the dance from among candidates sponsored by
the various student branches of the professional engi-
neering societies on campus.
Above: Ralph Welken, Engineering Coun-
cil president, congratulating Dick lngberg,
named "St. Patrick," us Stan Wittemun
Below: Deon Mirguin of the School of
Engineering congratulating St. Patrick.
Gretchen Bohlig, Mike Rosenberg, .lucly
Sherwood, Stun Witteman, Cy Stadsvold,
and Janet Bosworth during an off-guard
moment at the bull.
One of the many tables of guests-with
cigarettes, matches, drinks, etc.-which
was seen at the ball.
Beard contest winners: Jerry White, .luck Luvold, Fred Stover,
Gene cmese, and Manual rally.
UNDSC-where boys will be boys and men will grow
The Beard Contest, sponsored by the Rahjah Club,
is held in collaboration with the annual University-AC
basketball series. During January and February of the
year, a large proportion of the male population at State
start to grow beards. One by one they drop by the way-
side by shaving, leaving only the more hearty partici-
pating in the contest.
Winners included Gene Cortese, "bushiest," Fred
Stover, 4'trimmest," and Manual Talley, 'cmost origi-
Two contest iudges examining the
beards of Jerry White and Gene
"Ugliesf Man On Campus," Alan
Schumacher, receiving the congratu-
lations of Alpha Phi Omega prexy
Ugly Man Contest
"The only election of the school year in which you buy
The contest to determine the Ugliest Man on Cam-
pus is sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, a service fra-
ternity. Huge jars were placed about campus to receive
the student's pennies, each one a vote toward their
All proceeds of the contest were donated to the
North Dakota Children's Home at Jamestown. The
honor of being the L'Ugliest Man" of 1955 went to
Alan Schumacher, a Kappa Psi sponsored by Gamma
A view of the many couples -
af The "Ugly Man" dance,
held after a U Series game. 1
The "Campus Cop," Ronald Rapp, one
of the players, receiving a ticket from
referee "Ham" Fisher.
Clarence Becker, No. 31, breaking for
a pass as Strowman, Potter, ond Krong
contemplate their next move.
World University Service
Frank Cassel, head of the Zoology De- A shot l?l being attempted by Lyons
portment, attempting u shot as lucas instructor in English, os Potter, lucas,
ond Becker stand by. ond Strowman attempt to block it.
HA basketball game, which ended in a vigorous game
of kickball, was the course of the evening at the WUS
basketball game and dancef'
The basketball game and dance which comprised
the evening's activities were sponsored by Blue Key,
the Rahjahs, and Senior Staff to raise money for the
Worlcl University Service, an organization that is dedi-
cated to helping students the world over.
The basketball game featured the "Hot Shotsi'
versus the L'Pot Shotsi' with no winner decided. The
Kappa Psi combo provided music for the dance held
later in the evening.
Frank Cassel missing the attempted
block of a shot during the "soccer"
portion of the game.
Above und left: A view of dancers,
and shoes, at the dance which
followed the basketball game.
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Gamma Phi Beasts: Aamodt, front, and left to right, Anderson, Scott, Cobb, lur-
son, Abbey, Benedict, Anderson, Schroeder, Chapin, Brekke, and Hammer.
"Twenty-four degrees below zero, four feet of snow,
and eight fans in the standsg it was a perfect day for
the annual Bromo Bowlfi
The annual contest sees the Beasts of Gamma Phi
Beta and the Beauties of Alpha Tau Omega engaged
in a very exciting football game. This yearis affair was
won by the Beasts who rallied over the defenseless
Beauties for the victory, 12-6.
A traditional sporting event at State, the Bromo
Bowl is played for charity with the proceeds going to
the March of Dimes.
ATO Beauties and their coach: Row One: Meier, Weltz, Ditch, Horst, coach Schnell,
Feeney, Nelson, and Cornell. Row Two: Bohnet, Onsaager, Jensen, Rosenberg,
Ellingson, Green, Fischer, Herzog, Gebhart, Salmonson, Hoggarth, and Steffan.
Snow Sculpture Contest
Wfhe golden age of chivalry with dragons, knights,
and castles visited the campus of State for one short
weekend during the winter quarter."
The Snow Sculpture contest, with a Medieval Art
theme, heautified the campus, froze toes, and started
many good-natured snowball fights. A snowstorm was
arranged for that weekend, presumably to assure the
fraternities and sororities of sufficient material 'to
The event, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega and
held in collaboration with the WUS carnival, saw
Gamma Phi Beta's "Green Dragoni' and the Sigma Phi
Delta's winged monster, "Guardian of the Spire," win-
ning first prize in their respective divisions for the
second consecutive year. i
Sigma Phi Delta: first place in the
Gamma Phi Beta: first place in the
Kappa Kappa Gamma: second Kappa Psi: second place in the fra-
place in the sorority division. ternity division,
MlVlodels priniping, a dancing Scarecrow, hula girls
strumming their ukes, a frozen matchgirl, Sin-what
characters one doesnlt see in the Brevities!"
Months of preparation were necessary to stage this
all-college variety show, both by the members of Blue
Key who comprised the Production Staff and spon-
sored the show, and by the over 200 sorority and
"Flight Time," Alpha Gamma Rho-Gamma Phi Beta
Theta Chi curtain act, "Run Joe.
Production Staff Heads. left to righi, Gary
Hart, Business Manager: Ray Horne, Direc-
tory and Magnus Geston, Producer.
1 Expectant looks from backstage. left
I to right, Bev Kraus, John Bollingberg,
Dale Sturlaugson, and Peter lundwall.
fraternity members who in various ways made it pos-
sible for their acts to be presented.
Ray Home was the very capable Director of the
show with Cary Hart as Business Manager. Other pro-
duction staff heads included Magnus Geston, Pro-
ducerg Gary Gibbons, Publicityg and Larry North,
The Alpha Tau Omega-Alpha Gamma
Delta production act' as seen at try-
outs from the stage wings in Festival scenes
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Sigman listening as Janet Abrahamson Confusion as the Sigma Chi's and
and Bob Curl expound on the AGR- Theta's leave the stage at the comple-
GPB act. tion of their act.
Alpha! Gamma Delta-A!pha Tau
Omega production ad, "Olym-
Kappa Kappa Gamma curtain
Phi Mu-Kappa Sigma Chi cur-
Lef! and above: Theta Ch
Kappa Kappa Gamma produc-
tion act, "Illusions,"
iain acl, "Don'f let the Kifiy
Right and below: Kappa Delta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon production
act "Wizard of Oz
Alpha Gamma Rho-Gamma Phi
Beta production act.
Kappa Delta-Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon curtain act, "By the Sea."
Kappa Alpha Theta Sigma Chi
production act Isle f
'4Cet those hogmen in here quick. The show is five
minutes late now! Circle those animals! Okay, now
give the judge a side view!"
The Little International is one of many but the
most important of the events sponsored annually hy
the Saddle and Sirloin Club. It gives students practical
experience in the fitting and showing of livestock and
poultry and in the showing of agronomic products
and farm equipment.
The show is held in conjunction with the Hall of
Fame Banquet and the Crops Judging Contest. Draw-
ing a full house annually at the pavilion, it requires
much work of but gives invaluable experience to the
many students on the managerial staff.
Joe Knight won the coveted Grand Champion
Showman honors and with it four trophies and a
scholarship, and Marvin Werner won the Agronomy
Sweepstakes Award. David Lund took top honors in
the Farm Equipment Show.
Edgar Lovitt was manager of the show with Dale
Bergland master of ceremonies.
Queen Joyce Berg, center, with ut-
tendunts Dorothy Ryan and Joyce
Grand Champion showmun .loe
Knight receiving the showmunship
trophy from Saddle ond Sirloin
Club president Darel Leetun.
Roald Lund and George Hildre preparing
samples for the Agronomy Club sponsored
Crops Judging contest.
Darel leetun welcoming the guests ot the
Hall of Fume Banquet with, left to right,
Hall of Fame selectee Dave Clark, Jr., mas-
ter of ceremonies Gary Hart, and presi-
dent Fred Hultz listening.
A scene during the cow cutting
Assistant manager John Johnson, Queen
Joyce Berg, and manager Ed lovitl enter-
ing the show ring to begin the show.
The top three plocings in the Angus class
Hog showmen working feverishly as the
division manager and the iudges confer
in the rear.
Liffle I nfernafional
The contestants in the sheep division, led
by Darrel Lura, entering the show ring.
The top six placings in the dairy division
as the iudge continues his selections for
still higher honors.
Queen Joyce Berg presenting the
trophy to the winner of the cow
cutting contest, Harry Thomas.
Part of the NDSC trampoline act
which provided entertainment dur-
ing the show.
Grand Champion Joe Knight with
two of the four trophies he won
during the evening.
Little Country Theater
"The Little Country Theater stimulates interest in
It was iounded in 1914- by Alfred C Arvold, then
chairman of the Department of Speech, as the initial
part of a national movement to bring culture to remote
areas of the country. Mr. Arvold realized that the
theater is the Hcrucihle of civilizationv and brought
theatrical productions to areas where sparse population
had hitherto made 'theater impossible
The L C T 15 now under the direction of Dr Fred
erick Walsh, chairman of .the department of speech
The present aim of the theater is to offer training and
experience to students interested in a theatrical caresi
either on the stage, in production, or as instructors
Presented this year were Three Men on A Horse
Gammer Gurtorfs Needle, The Father, and Shadow 0
THREE MEN ON A HORSE with
Norris Olson, Chuck Abrahumson,
Ginnie Steffes, Jerry White, and
cliffe in a scene from GAMMER
Chuck Abruhomson and Tom Rud-
Peggy Buchanan, Priscilla Hosted
and Scott Pederson in THE FATHER.
Another scene from THE FATHER
with Scott Pederson and Janice
SHADOW OF A GUNMAN with
Ellen Eaton, Chuck Abrahamson,
Keith Amundson, Dunbar Sands,
and Marge Heger.
Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the Boston Pops
HAI1 outstanding series with both variety and quality.
Such were the comments on both the annual lyceum
series and the convocation seriesfl
Presented during the lyceum series were such out-
standing artists as Lily Pons, worldis greatest colora-
tura soprano, Jean Leon Destine and his Haitian Danc-
ers, Williani Masselos, pianist, Williaiii Primrose,
worldis greatest violist, and the Boston Pops Orchestra
with Arthur Fiedler conducting.
Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Tour Orchestra
Lyceum Series and
William Primrose, world's greatest violist
Alice Marble, former tennis champ, presented the
first convocation during the fall quarter, and was fol-
lowed by such other outstanding personalities as the
American novelist John Dos Passes and Howard Pierce
Davis, the latter a three-time repeater here through
popularity who spoke on contemporary problems.
Other attractions included an early music ensemble,
with instruments and music from the 13th to 17th
centuries, a11d Bethany Beardslee and Jaques Monod,
a voice and piano team.
Bethany Beurdslee and Jaques Monod voice
and piano team
William Musselos, pianist
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Morningside - - - 5 'I
South Dakota State - - - - 5 'I
Iowa State Teachers College - - 3 3
North Dakota University - - - 3 3
South Dakota University - - - 3 3
NORTH DAKOTA STATE - - I 4
Augustana ---- - 0 5
Bison of 1954
Somebody lost their man.
Record poor, but prospects good
The North Dakota State Bison squad
faced a larger team, numerically, in each
of its nine games this season and was beset
with injuries, bad luck, and lack of re-
serves. Yet, in every game, the Bison root-
ers had 'reason to be proud of the 1954
varsity as their fighting spirit was un-
In every contest it was largely a story
Reinforcements on the way.
of a fighting team, badly outmanned, suc-
cumbing to a larger and stronger squad.
It was a year of looking ahead for the
Herd. A powerful Freshman squad drew
more interest than any yearling group in
recent seasons. Hopes were high for the
day when these freshmen would represent
the Varsity as well as they had the Fresh-
Varsify Season Record
0 - - Sept. 'I 'I-Concordia
6 - - Sept. 18-Augustana
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41 - - - Oct. 9-Morningside
13 - - - Oct. I6-SDS - -
0 - - - Oct. 23-Wayne -
7 - - - Oct, 30-NDU - -
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State O - Concordia 12
FARGO, Sept. 11-Under a new coaching staff
the North Dakota State Bison opened their 1954
football season against their arch rival, Concordia,
and suffered their first defeat 12 to 0. Del Ander-
son, new head coach, and Jesse Vail, line coach,
were forced to go into this opening game with a
squad of only 27 men. Lettermen included Glenn Hill
and Paul Werner, co-captains, and Emil Zueger, Pat
Vickers, Dale Wallentiiie, Clarence Becker and Don
Patterson. Lack of both experience and depth
caused State to suffer many bad breaks.
The Herd gained well while in their own terri-
tory, but in Concordia territory they met a solid
Cobber line. Offensive highlight for the Bison was
a 36-yard pass from quarterback ,lim Wold to end
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State 6-Augustana 6
FARGO, Sept. 18-In the opening conference
game for SC the Herd was held to a 6 to 6 tie by
the underdog Augustana Vikings. Paced by fine
backfield play, NDSC managed to stave off the
opening attacks of Augustana and score after the
start of the second quarter. However, later Bison
drives toward the goal line 'were repeatedly 'thwarted
with the result that the unsuccessful extra point
attempt caused the game to end with a tie score.
Both teams were hampered by lack of strong
lines and consequently the backs were forced to
shift for themselves.
Almost a complete absence of reserves placed a
severe strain on the Bison starters. Jim Delftosier,
Floyd Wagner, and Dale Wallentine in the back-
field and Ivan Lang at end paced the Herd in their
unsuccessful effort to start the conference season
off with a win.
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AMES IOWA Sept 25 The Herd suffered thelr
flrst conference defeat 39 to O at the hands of the
Iowa State Teachers Panthers, g1V1Hg Del Ander
son s thln squad a 0 2 1 slate for the season
Capltanl, the Panthers d1m1nut1ve fleld general,
paced h1s team to seventeen flrsl downs and 441
yards total rushlng A strong comblnatlon of good
l1nemen and fleet backs, wrth Capltams mastery
kept the Herd on the defenslve for a 1naJor1ty of
SCS llne stood flrm agalnst the Panther llne
smashes, but aerlal attacks repeatedly cracked the
yellow and green defenses Pat Vlckers and Dale
Wallentlne paced the Blson defenslvely and con
trlbuted together about forty per cent of the State
tackles State started several drrves but could not
galn when the chrps were down and a touchdown
hung 1n the balance Injunes to key players cut the
Herds power and second half ISTC replacements
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FARGO, Oct. 9-Pulling the biggest conference
surprise of the year, the Bison thoroughly over-
whelmed the eventual NCC co-champion, Morning-
side, 4-1-27, giving SC its first win of the year.
The game was strictly an aerial affair and the
Herd, striking early and setting a fast pace through-
out the game, kept the Maroons off balance. Capital-
izing on nearly every Maroon mistake the Stateside
crew recovered four Morningside fumbles and inter-
cepted three passes, showing their best offensive
and defensive of the entire year. The passing com-
bination of Dana Hill to brother Glenn accounted
for three of Stateis tallies, while Dana scored an-
other on a quarterback sneak. Tony Haberlach,
playing his best, set up one touchdown with a 25-
yard run and scored later on an end run. An inter-
cepted pass and 25-yard scamper by Bill Skrei
racked another Bison tally. The passing of Buck
Miller stood out for the Maroons as the Herd held
the Morningside ground game to a standstill.
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FARGO, Oct. 16-NDSC Homecoming spirits
were dampened when the South Dakota ,lackralahits
handed the lison theh'second conference defeau
50-13, on Dakota Field.
In the encounten the spunk of the Bison and
their rooters was not enough to stop the powerful
Jackrabbhs, headed by coach lKahH1 Ginn. The
Bison could do virtually nothing against the tre-
mendous South Dakota State line. The Herd's best
offensive weapon, the long pass, was seriously
hampered by the loss of Glenn Hill, who sat out
the second half with a leg injury.
The Bison tallies were both as a result of passes,
one a screen from Dana Hill to Tony Haberlach in
the first half and the other in the final minutes on
a short pass to Allen Zaeske.
Outweighed decisively, the Herd could not stop
the Bunnies vicious ground attack which gobbled
up yardage almost at will. The Bison's only consola-
tion was that they were the first team to score
againstthe Jackrabldtsin conference play.
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State O-Wayne 39
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, Oct. 23-After stem-
ming the tide during the first half the Bison re-
ceived a 39-0 trimming from a strong Wayiie Uni-
versity team at Tartar Field. Wayne scored on a
71-yard pass in the first play of the game, but the
remainder of the first half was under control of the
undernianned Bison crew.
The third quarter found the Tartars scoring
three quick touchdowns, as the thin Bison defenses
began to tire.
The game was hard fought all the way, with both
lines charging viciously throughout the contest.
Clarence Becker, Tony Haberlach, Dale Wallentine,
and Gene Cortese contributed heavily to State's
efforts. Guard Harry Timm left the game during
the first quarter with an injury.
State O-Wichita 59
WICHITA, KANSAS, Nov. 6-The North Da-
kota State Bison suffered another setback at the
hands of powerful Wichita Shockers at Wichita
59-0. The Shockers, who were to defeat Cincinatti,
the 16th ranked team in the nation, the next week,
gave the Bison their fourth loss of the season.
Try as they could, the Bison failed to get within
scoring territory although they made several long
gains later nullified by penalties. The Bison totaled
a minus twenty yards rushing -but picked up yard-
age via the air route. The performances of Emil
Zueger and Harry Timm, guards, drew praise from
There's no hurry anymore.
State 7 - NDU 40
GRAND- FORKS, Oct. 30-The North Dakota
University Sioux enlivened their Homecoming by
defeating State 4-0-7 to take legal possession of
the Nickle Trophy for this year.
A good crowd of 5,000 witnessed the battle.
Despite a midway score of 14-0 the Herd dominated
the first half in the battle that was hard fought
even more than the score indicated. Not until the
third quarter after several players were banished
from the field, was the outcome assured.
The highlight of the game for the Bison oc-
curred in the third stanza when Dana Hill intercept-
ed a pass and swept 73 yards to the Sioux three
yard line. Two plays later Dana plunged over on
a quarterback sneak and Gene Cortese booted the
The Igloo Tech. squad scored their first TD
when a bad pass from center sailed into the Bison
end zone and was recovered by the Sioux. A beau-
tiful double pass play enabled the University to
score again in the first half. Don Miller counted
three times for the Icelanders and ran 80 yards
for the best play of the day.
One clown, how many to go?
State 20 - SDU 52
VERMILLION, S. D., Nov. 13-The Bison closed
their 1954- season bowing before the South Dakota
University Coyotes 52-20.
Held scoreless in the first quarter, the Stateside
crew talked twice in the second. Dana Hill pitched
to Bill Skrei for the first counter and, with 25 sec-
onds remaining in the first half, Hill rocketed a
22-yard pass to brother Glenn for paydirt. Gene
Cortese booted the extra for a half time score of
Early in the second half the Herd tightened the
gap when Skrei recovered a fumble on the Coyotes
19. Gene Cortese bucked over from the one to score
and again booted the extra point. The Bison passing
game failed to click as the Herd completed only 5
of 241 passes for 89 yards.
The Coyotes tore loose in the last period for three
touchdowns to rout the tiring Herd as their su-
perior numbers began to take its toll. Sophomore
Carl Johnson, Coyote halfback, chalked up 5 tal-
lies against State to cop individual scoring honors
in the conference for this season.
The result of the contest gave SDU a conference
record of 3-3 and a tie for second, while the Bison
finished sixth with a 1-4-1 record.
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Row One: Vickers, DeRosier, Wallentine, Zaeske, G. Hill, Becker,
Cortese, Nippolt, Bisted. Row Two: Coach Anderson, D. Hill, Kopp,
Hudspeth, Wagner, Lang, Zeuger, Zuklic, lewis, Vail. Row Three:
Student manager Holcombe, trainer Forrer, Wold, Haberlach,
Aafedt, Skrei, Timm, Breuer, student manager lawrence.
Row One: Gregory, Strom, Winter, Walter, Benesh, Meyers
Friede, Noland, Bachmier, Tschider, Larson. Row Two: Tangen,
Johnson, Elliot, Paulson, Hirey, Byram, Thomasson, Talcotf, Weight,
B. Sturdevant, D, Sturdevant. Row Three: Jordahl, Gentzkow, Gel:-
hari, Kopp, Fiebiger, Kasowski, Oseland, Davis, Howe, Kuklenski.
Row Four: Morgan, DeVries, Day, Braun, Easter, Stover, Willman
Clause, Worth, Braalen, McKay.
McDermott, No. 12, pushing one toward the basket.
The North Dakota State Bison won their
opener for the 1954-55 basketball sea-
son, toppling the Valley City Teacher's Col-
lege Vikings 74-47. The game was played in
connection with a cage clinic at which
Bison coach Chuck Bentson was a speaker
on defensive basketball. The Bison showed
great promise for the future with a good
The Herd squeezed by Crosstown rivals,
Concordia, 68-63 in their second game of
the season. Gene Camache led the Bison
scoring with 10 field goals for 20 points.
The underrated Cobbers, after trailing
52-4.8 going into the final stanza, closed 'the
gap to 62-61, but the Bison rallied in the
closing minutes to rip the green and inexpe-
North Central Conference Standings
North Dakota University - - B 4
NORTH DAKOTA STATE - - 7 5
South Dfikota State - - - 7 5
South Dakota University - - 7 5
Iowa State Teachers College - - 6 6
Morningside ----- - 6 6
Augustana - - I 11
Grut Anderson, No. 9, scoring in
the Nickel Series against the Uni-
versity of North Dakota.
- Valley City STC -
- - Mankato STC - -
- Loyola of Chicago -
- - Moorhead STC - -
- Grinnell - -
- South Dakota State -
Iowa STC -
Iowa STC -
- South Dakota State -
Morningside - -
South Dakota University
Iowa STC - -
- South Dakota State -
Carleton - -
The highly rated Mankato State Teach-
ers had trouble for three quarters but final-
ly pulled away in the final stanza to win
over the visiting Herd 32-644. The Bison
held their own until the taller Mankato
squad began to dominate play.
The Bison lost to nationally rated Loyola
90 to 75 but they played one of their
strongest games of the season. The game
played in Chicago was evenly fought into
Gnmuche, No. 14, trying for
u rebound in Cl game with
the last ten minutes when the smoother
Loyola quint gradually moved away to Win.
In one of the most thrilling finishes in
recent seasons, the Herd eked out a 72-71
tripping over Moorhead State Teachers.
The contest was a ragged one, capped by a
field goal with three seconds remaining by
Gamache, who was falling down at the
Gamuche, No. 14, scoring two against the Sioux
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At Sioux City, Iowa, the invitational
Christmas Tourney was staged. Eight 'teams
entered into play. SDS, powerful NCC
threat, was a heavy favorite. The Bison
were victorious first over a smooth Grinnell
squad by a 95-37 count. In the semi-finals
the SDS Jackrabbits fell to the Herd7s surge
Grut Anderson, No. 9, diving for a rebound in a game
Gornache, iumping, tries for
two against South Dakota
57-56 in a thriller. The championship game
was played between ISTC and the Bison.
The dominating Herd led throughout the
game in soundly 'trouncing the Panthers
66-49, making the holiday 'tourney very
successful for the Bison cagers.
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The Bison opened their conference race
by racking up a surprising 73-63 win over
favored Iowa State Teachers. The Panthers
disintegrated before a powerful and co-
ordinated Herd attack. Howie Pigg, former
conference star, was held at bay by an alert
The Bison were defeated by a powerful
South Dakota State squad 82-67 at Brook-
ings. The Bison had nipped the Bunnies in
The referee signaling an infraction as a South Dakota State player tries for two
against the Bison.
the North Central conference tournament
a week earlier but the southern rivals were
consistent on their home court as they
handled the Bison with comparative ease.
Augustana won its first game in 31 by
tripping a floundering Herd squad 63 to 61
at Sioux City. The Vikings were led by big
Bob Minick, the leading scorer in the con-
ference, to their only win of the year.
Akason, No. 7, going high for the rebound.
McDermott, No. 12, tipping the bull for two points against Carleton.
The Bison came back for sweet revenge
by convincingly dumping Augustana 91-64.
Coach Chuck Bentson was delighted in the
performance of his charges after the two
losses on their road trip five days pre-
The win elevated the Bison into third
place, giving them a 2-2 record.
In playing their best game of the season,
against the Morningside Maroons, the
Bison barely eked out a win. Anderson
luckie, No. 61 of the Sioux, and Grut Anderson
of the Bison battling for u rebound.
and Gamache led the scoring for the win-
ners with 24. and 22 points respectively.
South Dakota University and Iowa
Teachers put the finishing touches on the
Herd's last hopes of retaining the North
The Coyotes played a fast game and after
four free throws in the last two minutes
squeezed past the Herd with a 74-71
After getting off to a quick start and an
early lead, the lowa State Teachers were
nearly beaten. The regulation game ended
in a 69-69 tie but in the overtime the Bison
were overpowered and fell to a 76-70 de-
feat. The Bison were now in fourth place
with a 3-4 record.
Much prestige was gained when the Herd
triumphantly defeated the previously un-
beaten South Dakota State Jackrahbits by
an 85-80 victory. The Bison played a
stalling game until the last 10 minutes of
Augustin, No. 56, and An-
derson af the Sioux battling
for the ball during a Nickel
play when they suddenly took enough initi-
ative and went ahead to win.
Concordia fell as the Herd ran over the
Cobbers in a 74--59 game.
The Bison moved into a 5-41 conference
record by rapping Morningside in their
ninth North Central Conference game,
88-70. The Bentson men led by only 40-34-
at halftime but a second half scoring
splurge by Doug Walstad and Zeke Ander-
son sent the Bison into a big lead which
the Maroons were unable to overcome.
Gamache, partly hidden, and an Augustana player fighting
for a rebound.
Terrific balance in scoring by the Herd
toppled a strong Carleton five 80-71 in a
non-conference tilt. The Bison grabbed the
lead at the half at 39-36. Then the Bison
reserves took over and helped to tally a
convincing win over the smooth working
Carls. Gene Camache was the rebounding
star while the pesky Merlin Ludwig led the
defense in the second half.
The Bison suffered their only defeat in
Zeke Anderson, No. 15, firing against the Sioux in the
Grut Anderson, hidden,
fighting for u rebound
against South Dakota State.
the North Dakota State Fieldhouse when
they dropped their final game at home to
the South Dakota University Coyotes, 75-
74. Had the Bison won this game they
could have tied for the conference crown.
The score was 37-26 for the Bison at the
half but the Coyotes closed the deficit to
finally eke out the vital decision. Doug
Walstad scored 17 points in the big first
half for the Bison.
Zeke Anderson, No. 15, ond Don
Augustin battling for a rebound.
The Bison moved into the Nickel Series
a disappointed but determined team. They
had two counts against them. They had
no title to fight for, and were forced to play
all four games off their home court. In the
opener, the Bison led from the opening gun
and at one time controlled the game at 35
to 22. However, the tough Sioux came back
and Rusty Cook sank the deciding basket
with two seconds remaining.
ln the second game, the Bison racked up
a 99 to 83 victory, the highest score in the
history of the series. The Herd grabbed an
early lead and scored 56 points in the first
The first game at Grand Forks became
the second win for the determined Herd, as
Grut Anderson scored 30 points and Gene
Camache pulled down 24 rebounds. The
Bison walked off with a '79-75 Win.
The fourth and final contest was a battle
of tempers as self-control was all important
on numerous occasions. The Bison were
led by Gene Camache and Grut Anderson
once again with 241 and 23 points respec-
tively. Dale Serum and Merlin Ludwig were
at the guard posts for the final three quar-
ters of the skirmish and ably assisted the
Two for the Bison by Zeke against
Row One: Brown, Gulliclcson, Landau, Busch, Thuring. Row Two:
Myers, Reber, Braaten, Smith, Kurvers, Crum. Row Three: Easter,
Harmon, Brenteson, McKenzie, Henry, McKay, C:ach Gesfon.
Kneeling: Couch Bentson and student manager Thuring.
Standing: Melroe, Strand, Serum, Gamache, McDermott,
D. Anderson, H. Anderson, Haas, Akason, Walstad, lud-
Freshman Season Record
80 - - Concordia Freshman -
55 - Moorhead STC Freshman
55 - - - Kossiclc's Lounge - -
92 ---- Mayville "B" - - -
54 - - Concordia Freshman -
69 ---- Russ Buick - - -
56 - - Concordia Freshman -
91 - Valley City STC Freshman
Bl ---- Mayville "B" - - -
6.9 - Kindred Independents
87 - Valley City STC Freshman
71 - - - Blakeley's Bottles - -
Freshman - -
Freshman - -
Freshman - -
The track call last spring by coach Erv Kaiser
fielded a sparse number of enthused candidates. The
resulting squad consisted of nine men. Jim Brogger
ran the mile and two lnileg Charles Brown pole
vaulteclg Guy Erahit ran the high and the low hurdlesg
Gene Gamache, high jumpg Gerry Goetz, 440, 220,
and relayg Del Moore, 100, 220, and broad jumpg Don
Moore, low hurdles and broad julnpg Bill Shelver, 8805
and Dale Wallexitixie, high and low hurdles.
Wcxllenfine of the Bison, second from the right, racing in the high hurdles
Sfaie college Meef
VCTC - -
Minot TC - -
Bismarck JC -
Dickinson - - -
The Bison won the first meet of the season April
17 at UND, indoors, hy garnering 53.5 points. NDU
was second, gaining 29.5 points, and MSTC grabbed 26
points to place third. Bemidji had 5 and Concordia 5
points. May 8, SDS amassed 112.5 points to sweep the
Bison Invitational at Fargo. NDU and NDS tied for
second with 33 points. Six other teams placed.
Valley City TC was host to the State College meet
May 15. NDS totaled 61 counters to take first place.
UND gained second spot with 49.5 points followed by
VCTC, 27, Minot TC, 275 Jamestown, 23g Bismarck
JC, 20.55 Dickinson, 7, Bottineau Forestry 5g Ellen-
dale Normal, 3 and Wahpeton 2. Del Moore tied the
State College record in the 100 yard dash at 9.7, estab-
lished in 1935 hy Hanes of VCTC.
Bison lnvifafional Meef
SDS -------- 112.5
NDS - ' - 33
NDU - - - 33
Concordia - - 13.5
Sf. Cloud TC - - 12
MSTC - - - - 6
Minot TC - - - 6
Wuhpeion Science - 3
Bemidii TC - - - 2
Norfh Cenfral Conference Meef
SDS - - - 90
ISTC - 45
SDU - 42.5
NDS - - 15.5
NDU - 9
Moore ran the 220 dash at a 21.15 pace breakm
the old record of 21.2 held by Ron Thompson of UND.
Dale Walleritilie broke the low hurdle record by run-
ning them in 24.8 time. Old record was 25.4.
The conference meet was held May 22 in Sioux
City. SDS again dominated the field, accumulating 90
points to take top spot. ISTC was second with 45g
SDU had 42.5, NDS, 15.55 Morningside, 12.53 Augus-
tana, 9.5 and NDU 9. Del Moore tied the 100 dash
record at 9.8 and broke the conference 220 record by
.6 of a second at 21.1. Wallelitilie won the low hurdles.
Moore was sent to the NAIA track meet at Abilene,
Texas and 1'an the 100 and 220. He took third in the
100 yard dash.
Row One: Wulstud, Akuson, Serum, Holm, John-
ston, Stewart. Row Two: Conzemius, Aluzas,
Quunbeck, Joos, Elsron, Coach Bentson.
The North Dakota State Bison baseball team under
mentor Chuck Bentson completed a winning season
in 1954. The diamondmen racked up six wins against
four defeats in their ten games.
The Bison were beaten by champs Moorhead State
Teachers 6 to 1 in their opener, then split with May-
ville, winning 4 to 2 and losing 5 to 0. The Herd took
a doubleheader at Jamestown, 7 to 5 and 11 to 7, then
dropped another contest to Moorhead, 12 to 41. Con-
cordia Cobbers shackled the Bison 9 to 3, before the
Herd came back to take a doubleheader from Valley
City, 9 to 7 and 11 to 3, and wrapped up the season
Winning over Concordia 2 to 0.
,lim Akason and Ed Aluzas led the Bison hitters,
slugging .345 and 333, respectively. Merrie Holm led
the Herd flingers with two wins while Dick Qloos had
the only shutout.
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I1 - - Jamestown STC - - 7
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Union bowling manager Gordy Tiegen
Varsity bowling team: Row One: Engh, Tyson, Kent, Niel-
son, McGuire. Row Two: Maxwell, Ashland, Sunde, Hughes
Bowling has rapidly become a prominent sport on
the State campus through the efforts of Cordy Teigen,
bowling lane manager in the spacious Memorial Union.
A bowling team, consisting of the top student bowl-
ers, was formed this year by Teigen. Eleven men were
on the squad which bowled in eight matches, winning
three while losing five. Among the top bowlers with
their overall averages are: Dick Sunde, 172.1g Clark
Neilson, 169.13 Lee Maxwell, 166.1g Chuck Gulland,
165.6 and Don Kent, 165.1.
A possible placement in a national Inter-Collegiate
bowling tourney may be established in the future.
Intramural women's bowling in the Memorial Union.
Women's Intramural Sports
The women's intramural program opened up with
softball action last spring. W'omen's Residence Hall
emerged victorious to capture a crown with a 5-0 rec-
ord. Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi lVlu 'tied for second
spot with 3-2 records.
Bowling participation was quite abundant as four
powerful teams entered the quarter finals. In the play-
offs, WOH1CH,S Residence Hall beat the Alpha Gains
while Kappa Kappa Gamma nipped the Gamma Phis.
In the championship rolloffs, WOlUCIt,S Residence Hall
defeated the Kappa Kappa Gammas.
The Gamma Phi Beta volleyball squad carried.
through an unblemished slate to win the crown. The
team compiled a 7-0 season's record. Alpha Gamma
Delta and WOlDE1l,S Residence Hall tied for the run-
ner-up slot by having identical 5-2 records.
A strong W'omen's Residence Hall grabbed the
intramural basketball title, owning an overall 6-0 rec-
ord. Kappa Kappa Gamma cinched second place with
a 4--2 record.
Alpha Gamma Delta versus Gamma Phi Beta in intra
Action in intramural softball as Rosenburg of the ATO's slides against Compton of The
AGR's during a pickoff attempt.
Men's Intramural Sports
Softball began the Intramural Sports activities with
keen competition prevailing among the entered teams.
Most campus organizations were represented on the
field. Weather conditions were particularly good for
the game schedule to proceed.
Of the four teams entering into 'the quarter finals
the SAES and the ATOS successfully emerged to
enter 1nto the finals In the championship game the
Taus beat the SAE S 12 1
Football season began w1th a flue turnout of fairly
talented teams The Theta Chis, previously four year
winners were clethroned as the lmals approached In
the championsh p game the Kappa Psls mpped the
ATO S by a 12 6 count
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Volleyball teams were not very abundant and poor
play was very evident. The Theta Chis and the SPD'S
gained the finals with the joy boys accumulating 45
counters to 4-3 for the engineers in the two game totals.
Twelve teams entered into final play in the intra-
mural basketball league. By single elimination, the
ATO'S and the SAE'S played in the championship
game with the SAE7S defeating the Taus 45-4-2 in a
ragged ball game.
A powerful YMCA team crushed all opponents to
win the ping pong tourney at the YMCA. They defeated
the Kappa Sigma Chi entries in the deciding match
3-2, gaining two points via a victory in the doubles
and one by victory in one of the three singles matches.
Intramural bowling action was very rabid with
furious participation evident. Lines were bowled twice
In the classic league the Sigma Chis were victori-
ous. The Student Union Team won the All-Star League
play. In the play-offs, the ASME squad took first place
with Kappa Sigma Chi gaining second. Last place
championship was won by the Kappa Psis.
ATO's versus the Sigma Chi's in intramural volleyball.
We were saved
by lively coffee labs
"The main aim of the School of Agriculture is to
prepare men for the efficient management and opera-
tion of farmsf'
Graduates may also qualify as research workers,
extension agents, teachers, grain graders, and market
specialists. Students are encouraged to aid in the exten-
sive research program of the Experiment Station,
which cooperates closely with the school itself. Men
are prepared to understand and deal with all the proh-
lems which arise from life in rural areas, whether they
he social, political, or economic.
This school is composed of a large number of sep-
arate clepartrnentsg animal, dairy, and poultry hus-
bandry, veterinary science, general agricultureg agri-
cultural economics, education, engineering, and ento-
mologyg agronomy, bacteriology, horticulture, and
School of Agriculture
Dr. Carter teaching some freshman students cu basic course in crops in the ugronomy lub.
Horticulture and Forestry
A. Paul Adams
Enf0m0l09Y Darel leetun sharpens things up a hit while Dr, Johnson
-l0l1l'1 CClllel'1l9CCl'1 shows Ray Buelow how to cut some pork steak.
Students le-arning how to judge dairy cattle with the as-
sistance of Dr. Williams in Sheppard Arena.
Q Row I: Maier, Heinrich, Miller,
K Mehrer, lahlum, Jensen. Row 2:
Kvamme, Wang, Syverson, John-
son, Young, Schwartz, Gibbons.
Row 3: Owen, Rott, Gorder, Cvan-
cora, Sukut, Saunders, Waclawik,
Row 2: Hughes, Woodward, Lund
Future Farmers of Ameri
"Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to
The FFA provides training for prospective teachers of
vocational agriculture in their duties as local advisors of the
During the year they visit FFA chapters in the Fargo-
'Moorhead area. Joint meetings are held with other high
school chapters in the spring.
Their future plans include a television program in con-
junction with national FFA week and a parliamentary pro-
cedure demonstration team.
All agriculture education majors and all past high school
FFA members are eligible to join the club.
The following officers were elected: Melvin Maier, presi-
dent: Robert Hughes, vice presidentg Dean Syverson, secre-
tary: Don Johnson, treasurer: Wayne Wang, reporter: Or-
dean Jacobson, sentinel: and officers-at-large Duane Wood-
ward, Verne Spengler, and Roald Lund. Mr. Shubel Owen
is the club advisor.
Agricultural Economics Club
Y V YV rg berger, Spengler, Helt, Priebe.
"What effect has the price of eggs in Soviet Russia on the
standard of living in North Dakota? What social issue is
of greatest concern to John Public? Such are questions
which might end up as discussion topics at a meeting of the
Agricultural Economics Clubf,
Sponsoring open discussion of matters of concern to
social scientists is the announced purpose of the Ag. Econ.
Club, which meets at faculty members, homes monthly. Any-
one interested in discussing two sides of social issues of local
and national interest is eligible to join.
Don Bostwick was president with Bill Slingsby as vice-
president and Clayton Hart as secretary-treasurer. Cecil B.
Haver was faculty advisor.
Row 1: Eriksmoen, Birkeland, Hou-
gen, Gruebele, Schwartz, Austin.
Jacobson, Haas, Holm. Row 3:
Johnson, Ueland, States, Schum-
Row 1: Slingsby, Wardwell, Olson,
Barr, Sund. Row 2: Karakitsoo,
Gaarder, Bostwick, Hart, Johnk,
Krenz, Lohsgaad, Schonberger,
Row 1: Curiveau, Lundeby, Thomp-
son, 0'Keefe, Jorgensen, Herman,
Hildre. Row 2: Skogley, Dr. V. F.
Carter, Gaarder, linnell, Helland,
Marifieren, Nelsen, Lund.
"The boys with the green thumb."
These are the members of the Agronomy Club, an organ-
ization which develops interest in crops and soils.
Each year the club takes an active part in the Little Inter-
national by sponsoring a crop judging contest for all high
school FFA and 4--H chapters and a grain show where awards
are given to the best entries.
At least two members are sent to the national convention
each year. Meetings are held twice a month in the Memorial
Any under-graduate student who is interested in agron-
omy or is enrolled in a closely allied field is eligible for
membership. The officers of the club are Earl Skogley, presi-
dentg George Hildre, vice presidentg Ed Vasey, secretaryg
Roald Lund, treasurerg and Ronald Krenz, reporter. Dr.
,l. D. Carter is the advisor.
Row I: Krenz, Jundt, Johnson,
Skogley, Braafen. Row 2: Carlson
Gaurder, Hlavinka, DeKrey, Moore,
Jacobson, Payne, Slingsby, Speng-
'The Brains of Agriculturef,
Alpha Zeta honors outstanding men in the school of agri-
culture through election to membership in the organization.
It extends membership to outstanding upperclassmen after
they have completed five quarters of school.
Among the group activities are participation in the Little
International and the honoring of the freshman who is out-
standing scholastically in agriculture.
LaDon Johnson was chancellor with Earl Skogley, cen-
sorg Ronald Krenz, scribeg and Gary Hart, treasurer.
Saddle and Sirloin Club
Row 'I: Johnson, Brandvold, Landman, Olson, .lust Bergland Amundson Helgaas Berg Row 2 Storbeck
Siedschlag, Heli, DeKrey, Johnson, Mulperf, Cvancara Koble Oberg Hanson Bradley
"lim back in the saddle again."
The Saddle and Sirloin club promotes interest in
animal husbandry, in particular, and agriculture, in
general, among agricultural students and others inter-
ested in agriculture.
The activities of the club are many in number. Each
year it sponsors the Little International Livestock Ex-
position and, in conjunction with it, the Hall of Fame
Banquet honoring the outstanding North Dakota agri-
culturist. The major portion of the expenses of all
college livestock and meats judging teams, which par-
ticipate in shows at Denver, Chicago, and Kansas City,
are paid by the club. In addition, each spring the club
provides the barbecue for Senior Day and sponsors a
livestock judging contest for interested students.
Organized in 1917, the club offers membership to
any student in agriculture. Meetings are held monthly
in Sheppard Arena.
Darrel Leetun was club president, Floyd Askim,
vice president, LaDon Johnson, secretary, and Bob
Row 1: Mountain, Jensen, Austin, Cariveau, Payne, Kreft, Spichke, Lundwall, Brandvik. Row 2: Magill,
States, Johnson, Askim, Johnson, Fog. Row 3: Hanson, Anderson, Leetun, Buelow, Gorder, Howe, John-
son, Brusseau, Knudson, Warnes, Martin, Henning, lovitt, Merle Light, assistant advisor.
Row 1: Hunke, Van Berkom, Johnson, Bollingberg, Biornson, Skogley, Larson, Axtman, Toman. Row 2:
Coit, Curl, Moore, Schwartz, Pekas, Vanerstrom, Heidt, Brinkman, Waclawik.
g'The School of Applied Arts and Science provides a
liberal education for its students. It is the primary
task of the School of Applied Arts and Science to culti-
vate and teach the liberalizing disciplines in their rich
relationships to the daily affairs of the individual and
Areas of exploration are offered to students who
are not yet ready to select the exact path they wish to
Professional training is offered which will con-
tribute to total individual development and an attempt
is made to develop the social, political, and economic
aspects of humanity.
School of Applied Arts and Sciences
Joyce Moberg, Del Hlavinka, and Thomas Hassett operating on frogs in the zoology laboratory.
Botany and Plant Pathology
Education and Psychology
English and Philosophy
Geology and Geography
H. Dean Stallings
Ernst Van Vlissingen
Norman Wengert e 'S
Zoology and Physiology
Dr. Stevens inspecting Bruce Jorgenson's close examination of some wild rye in
the Botany department.
Mr. Aulsebrook briefing the student nurses on the muscles of the human body.
Row 'I: Gordon, Ryan, Widdifield, Ebeltoft, lemm, Bosworth, Horton. Row 2: Nelson, Nelson, Hartman,
Kvcxmme, Wacluwik, Flynn, Hunsfud, Lohman, Hamilton.
Kappa Delta Pi
"Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary educational
fraternity which encourages high professional, intel-
lectual, and personal standards and recognizes out-
standing contributions to education?
Established on the NDSC campus in May, 1931,
membership is extended to education majors in the
upper 2021 of their respective classes.
An annual spring initiation banquet is held in April
and a joint meeting with MSTC is held in February.
Delegates are sent to the NDEA convention annually
and to the Kappa Delta Pi national convention every
Presiding over the meetings, held monthly in the
Memorial Union, was Janet Bosworth. Janice Hamilton
served as vice president, Iris Nelson as secretary, Dor-
othy Ryan as treasurer and Conrad Kvamme as
reporter-historian. Mrs. Shubel D. Owen is advisor.
Sigma Alpha Iota
The wearer of the Pipes of Pan'-this is not an elfin
tribe or a phrase from a fairytale. These words refer
to the pin worn by members of Sigma Alpha Iota on
our campus. It is the symbol for this musical organiza-
Sigma Alpha Iota raises the standards of musical
work among women students on campus. They hold
monthly musicales with business meetings twice a
month. They award an honor certificate to the S.A.l.
having the highest overall average. The chapter tied
for first place in the yearbook competition with over
one hundred other yearbooks in the United States last
year. A delegate is sent to the National Convention
every three years. S.A.I. offers membership to women
majoring or minoring in music, who have faculty rec-
ommendation and who show excellence in scholarship
The officers of S.A.I. are Sonja Blegen, presidentg
Gretchen Muehlenbein, vice presidentg ,loan Nelson,
secretaryg and Nancy Kaiser, treasurer.
Blegen, Kaiser, Zielsdorf, Jones, Pederson, Muehlenbein, Nelson,
Miller, McAuley, Malta, Hunlie
Row I: Berg, Fernow, Toepke, Little, Hagen, Birkelond, Thompson,
Husband, Henning. Row 2: Euren, Johnson, Brekke, Wollon, Schmitz,
Folstrom, Cobb, Zielsdorf, Vehslage, Mortensen, Mandigo, Swodlund,
Tau Beta Sigma
"Tau Beta Sigma stimulates interest in band music
among women college students."
It is an honorary band fraternity for women which
was established on the campus on ,lune 4-, 1951. A sup-
per meeting is held with Kappa Kappa Psi in the fall
and spring. They entertain visiting bands on Horne-
coming and send a delegate to their national conven-
tion. Plans for the coming year include redecorating
the Putnam Hall kitchen.
Membership is extended to women students who
have participated in two quarters of work in the Gold
Star Band and who have maintained an average of 2.5.
Meetings are held once a month in Putnam Hall.
Officers elected were Margaret Henning, presidentg
Audrey Little, vice presidentg Wilma Husband, secre-
taryg and Janet Thompson, treasurer. Advisors were
Mr. and Mrs. William Euren.
Kappa Kappa Psi
"See if you can hit a high C now-'7
Kappa Kappa Psi is a national honorary fraternity
for college bandsmen. It promotes the existence and
welfare of the Gold Star Band, honors outstanding
bandsmen, stimulates campus leadership, and promotes
the performance of good music. Membership is offered
to men who show leadership and ability in the college
Activities include a pit orchestra for Bison Brevi-
ties, entertaining visiting college and high school
bands, and assisting director Bill Euren in the Work
connected with the Cold Star Band both at home and
on their concert tour.
The officers elected were Ronald Lundhagen, presi-
dent, Don Ellingsberg, vice presidentg Bob Mont-
gomery, secretaryg Doug Hanson, treasurerg and Les-
ter Amundson, publicity director.
Row 'I: Amundson, Vassenden, Swenson, Bonhus, leum, Warren, Say-
ler, Stock. Row 2: Weber, Pals, Sarff, Stockman, Heitzmann, Sele,
Hunks. Row 3: Hans, Montgomery, lrsfeld, lies, Hanson, lsensee, Berg-
strom, Ruliffson. Row 4: Farnum, Layton, Sukut, Betting, Johnston,
Ellingsberg, lundhagen, Rase, Larson, Gorder, Grau, Euren.
Gold Star Band
"The Cold Star Band, under the direction of Williaiii
Euren, furnishes music for all college events where
such is called for, such as-athletic events, parades,
honor days, and convocationsfl
The band was organized in 1904- under the late Dr.
C. S. Putnam.
Each year the band ventures to some part of North
Dakota to present concerts which draw ringing phrases
of acclaim. It has a large repertoire that includes types
of music for every occasion.
Last year the band performed at the Williston band
festival. Each spring it holds a banquet or a picnic.
Membership is extended to anyone with musical
ability suitable for band performance.
The group elected Doug Hanson as president, Les
Amundson as vice president, Barbara Widdifield as
secretary-treasurer, and Bob Montgomery as publicity
"Vie treu sin diene blatter, aspectus ejus. Hacia belin
va un borrico. No, this is not a language major speak-
ing, but a member of the mixed chorus at NDSC. The
chorus is only trying to prove that music is the inter-
national language. This year they have sung numbers
in German, Latin, Spanish, and Englishfi
The chorus annually tours North Dakota with a
concert program. They present a Christmas convoca-
tion program and a home concert each year. Member-
ship is offered through tryouts and is a worthwhile
extra-curricular activity for singers. Ernst Van Vlissin-
gen is the choir director.
Flutes: Little, Johnson, Schmitz, Turner. Oboes: W. Swenson, Soeby, F-arlow.
Alta Clarinets: Zielsclorf, Rushfleclt. Bass Clarinets: Mandigo, Voelker, Anderson
Bassoons: R. Peterson, Duckstad. Clarlnets: Amundson, Baillie, Ellingsberg, John-
ston, Berg, Fernow, Lee, Krause, Henning, Schnell, Nissen, Husband, Farnum
Vehslage, Eriksmoen, Salmonson, Hovde, Enger.
Saxophones: J. Thompson, Link, Swedlund, Sayler, Brekke, Toepke, Hoganson,
Wollan, N. Nelson, Birkeland, Rase, Larson, Stock. French Horns: lsensee, Hamil
ton, Hunke, Noden, V, Anderson, Cobb, Pals. Cornets, Trumpets: Hovland, Grau
Vassenden, Montgomery, Leum, Weber, Christianson, Monson, Garcl, Layton
Ness. Trombones: lrsfeld, Sarff, Heitzmann, Besselievre, Mithun, Warren, Ruliff-
son, Lies, Sele, Bonhus, Huckle, Ellingson. Baritones: N. Carlson, M. Sayler, Stock-
man, Summers, Johnson, Myhre, Roth, Bakken. Basses: Sukut, Syverson, Lund-
hagen, H. Stockman, Gorder, Wheeler. String Bass: Bergstrom. Percussion: D
Hanson, Taverna, Folstrom, Mortenson, J. Anderson, Widdifield.
Row l: Saba, Nelson, Rothfusz, Stammen, Shipley, Blegen,
Voelker, Vollmers, Jones, Peipkorn, Hammer, Kraus, Ebeltoft,
Nelson. Row 2: Malta, Asker, Olwin, Denich, Larson, Craven,
Tallackson, Willert, DeKrey, Kandt, M:Auley, Kirkhus, Tom-
linson, Maier. Row 3: Nelson, Swenson, Brown, Malme, Teich-
mann, Pederson, Fitzloff, Simons, Kirk, Olson, Fogel, Baumann,
lommel, Pomeroy. Row 4: Sparks, Rothfusz, lunde, Horne,
Bertsh, Gion, Martin, Ehricks, Rase, McFerran, Burkhart, Stauf-
"The School of Chemistry, under the supervision of
Dean R. E. Dunbar, is known for its highly trained
teaching staff, its own departmental library, and for
well equipped laboratories."
This school, which boasts the largest graduate class
at State, not only provides its facilities to any Chern-
istry majors but to students of all other schools on
campus as well.
A well-rounded curriculum including agricultural,
biological, analytical, industrial, inorganic, organic,
and physical chemistry is offered which attracts stu-
dents throughout the country.
School of Chemistry
Grads Dave Throne and Earl Hutchins
checking the vacuum distillation ap-
paratus in the organic research lab
while Professor Broberg supervises.
Agricultural, Biological Chemistry
Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers
Dr. Fleetwood giving Mike Fogel some tips on the use of
special apparatus in the glass fabrication lab.
Dr. Wendland and grad student Dan Dustin observing special
fractional distillation process involving North Dakota oil.
Row 1: Swenson, Fullerton, Bosch, Wollun, Paulson, Holten, Hutter, Grewafz, Buer. Row 2
Dunbar, Wahlefield, Pals, Isensee, Paulsen, Blair, Weyland, Beatty, Minnear.
Row 1: Shultz, Fleetwood, Myhre, Wong, Schoen, Cur-
neri, Wright, Bosch, Burnett. Row 2: Robinson, Hurju,
Berfsch, Hizrak, Johnson, Conzemius, Cummins, Ander-
son, Broberg, Burnett.
uDid you ever try to make gold from old Coke caps
or attempt to produce an elixir of life from ground-up
test papers or make various other world-shaking
achievements?" These are some of the aims of the
various members of the Chemistry Club.
This organization, founded in 1923, is open to any
student or faculty member interested in Chemistry.
The group has several projects to its credit such as
the giving of an annual award to the outstanding jun-
ior or senior major in chemistry, donating a picture of
a Man of Science to the school each year, and offering
a student loan to any Chemistry major.
Head test-tube washer is Philip Harju, assisted by
James Beatty, vice presidentg Jerold Isensee, secretaryg
and John Burnett, treasurer. The faculty advisor is
F. L. Minnear.
'4Undergrduate programs sponsored by the several
departments plus opportunities for advanced and grad-
uate study in its maj or fields are offered by the School
of Engineering. It consists of six departments and
offers curricula in eight fields of engineering and
It is the aim of the School of Engineering to in-
struct students thoroughly in the fundamentals of the
fields offered and to impart required special and tech-
nical knowledge. Throughout the courses the students
work problems and proceed by methods similar to
those that enter into professional practice.
The curriculum in architecture leads to the bache-
lor of architecture in five years. All other curricula are
completed in a four year period.
School of Engineering
Professor Henning with students in the senior class in architectural design.
Instructor David Meyer working with students in
the iunior drawing lab in architecture.
Architecture and Architectural Engineering
Industrial Engineering and Management
Gordon Madson, Dennis Larson, and Dick Engberg
running a hydraulics experiment.
Civiling engineering students plane tabling on the
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Row I: Welken, Stadsvold, Heidlebuugh, Martin, Hurley, Child. Row 2
Oukey, Giertson, Borchelf, Rofhfusz, Sorlie, Witfemun, Whidden.
uCoordinates and promotes relations between student
and faculty and between the various schools of engi-
neering and engineering activities."
Engineer's Day and the Engineer's Ball were the
result of the cooperative and collective action of the
members placed on the council by each honorary and
professional engineering society at NDSC.
Ralph Welken was elected president with Gary
Heidlebaugh, vice presidentg Roy Cjertson, secretaryg
and Clarence Rothfusz, treasurer.
Row 1: Clark, Buckeye, Dunham, Sorlie, Amundson. Row 2: Quick,
Dunham, Astrup, Vogel, Freer, Anderson, Ness. Row 3: Mirguin, Hazen
Paulsrud, Starkey, lorenzen, Solberg, Witz, luptok, Wulster, Jensen.
American Society of
uFuture employees of Massey Harris, John Deere, Allis
Chalmers, McCormick-Deering, etc."
The ASAE provides a professional society which
caters to the interest of students pursuing a career in
During the year they participate in the Little Inter-
national by sponsoring a farm equipment show, pub-
lish their annual uNewsletter," assist the other engi-
neers with the Engineer's Ball, and take an annual
field trip to Minneapolis.
Any agricultural engineering student and any inter-
ested mechanized agriculture student is eligible to
membership. The following officers were elected: Mar-
tin Borchelt, presidentg Glen DeKre'y, vice presidentg
Richard Guest, secretaryg and John Bollingberg, treas-
urer. George Pratt is the faculty advisor.
Row I: DeKrey, Larson, Hunke,
Mickleson, Lemmon, Midtbo.
Row 2: Brundvold, Nelson,
Henry, Borchelt, Johnson, Bol-
Iingberg, Lund. Row 3: Pratt,
Berg, lindem, Knoll, Schuuk,
Berge, Shaw, Huhner, Johnson,
Egli, Stewart, Werner, Promers-
Row 'l: Hurley, Schwartz, Pedersen, Gebharcl. Row 2: Larson, Child,
Winter, Surdahl, Gierfson, Ehly, Peterson, Kaelberer, Ingberg. Row 3:
Butler, Ruland, Hahn, Larson, Pfutzenreufer, Hoffman, Hezey, Jacob-
son, Slcuzo, Oakey.
American Society of Civil Engineers
"An organization for students whose future will involve
the designing and construction of public works, such
as roads, irrigation, and bridgesf'
ASCE, among other things, promotes an under-
standing between faculty and students in civil engi-
neering. Plans for the coming year include a full pro-
gram of talks, discussions, and films of interest to all
engineers hut with emphasis on material of interest
to students in civil engineering. Annual events include
a spring picnic and the entering of a float in the Home-
Roy Gjertson was president with Douglas Hanson,
vice presidentg Charles Martin, secretary, and Delano
Row 'Ia Tufhill, Hellem, Dick, Deike, Fenske, Emerson, Bissell. Row
2: Zimmerman, Urban, Rieder, Gruu, Solien, Guyer, Swanson, lindhauf,
Rex, Fox, Mousseuu.
American Society of
Row I: Rothfusz, Baumann, Wi!-lemon, Anderson, Killmer, Doran,
Kocher. Row 2: Giese, Duerre, Suckuf, Koll, Rothfusz, Gross, Heitz-
munn, Krebsbach, Blomsefh.
'4Boasts of having been honored for having the greater
percentage of ME students as members than any other
chapter represented at a 1954- conference held in Grand
The ASME fulfills its purpose of "the advancement
and dissemination of the theory and practice of me-
chanical engineeringn with the activities and events it
plans and carries out throughout the school year.
Among the group projects are the awarding of a
prize to the local ME student writing the best technical
paper, the sponsoring of a delegate to the regional con-
ference held during every spring term, and participa-
tion each year in the engineers "Open House."
Officers include Stanley Wittemail as president and
John Hoistad, vice presidentg Ralph Rothfusz, secre-
taryg and Dan Doran, treasurer.
Row 1: Welken, Palmerson, Vonderheicle, Turner, Peterson, McBride, Schmidt.
Row 2: Advisor Faimwun, Wolla, Bromunder, Wheeler, Koeding, Christensen
Bolmgren, Rasmuson, Brown. Row 3: link, Nielson, Anclerson, Schoephoerster,
lavold, Schwinkenclorf, Wilson, Carlson, Duluger. Row 4: Maas, Whidden, An
derson, Meyer, Bonewell, Agrey.
American Institute of
Institute of the
"Ever hear of electric brains? We have them on this
They are the men of AIEE and IRE who meet once
a month to advance the theory of electrical engineering
and afford opportunities for fairly independent tech-
nical, social, and literary activity and initiative on the
part of the students.
The club was organized in 1928 and any student
enrolled in electrical engineering is eligible for mem-
bership. Meetings are held once a month in the library.
The following members were elected to office:
Ralph Welken, presidentg Ralph Vlfheeler, vice presi-
dentg Maurice Wolla, secretary-treasurerg and Bruce
Whidden, engineering council representative. R. N.
Faiman and E. M. Anderson are the faculty advisors.
Row 1: Culp, Martin, Stuve, Heiclelbuugh, Giese. Row 2: Netzer, Bradbury, War-
kentin, Hoekstru, Brumwell, Rex, Roteliuk.
4'lt's a glider, itls a B-29, it's a super jet!!
The IAS serves to recognize aeronautical
engineers so that the students may become
better acquainted with their future profes-
Yearly they present an IAS award to a
deserving aeronautical engineer, consisting
of a two year membership in the nation-
Membership is extended to any mechan-
ical engineer. Meetings are held once a
month in the aeronautical laboratory. Offi-
cers include Ronald Martin, presidentg
Paul Hoekstra, vice presidentg and James
Ciese, secretary-treasurer. Faculty advisor
.- Hzstuss ,
is F. W. Stuve.
Pi Tau Sigma
Row 1: Martin, Sakshaug, Heitzmunn, Baumann, Dean Mirgain, Anderson, Doerr.
Row 2: Somclahl, Doran, Duerre, Slaperud, Rieder, Hoistncl, Grau, Guyer, Culp,
Emerson, Nelson, Killmer, Wiheman, Detke.
"A closer bond of fellowship in the profession of me-
chanical engineering is the purpose of Pi Tau Sigmaf'
This organization was established on this campus in
194-8 in order to give recognition to outstanding stu-
dents in the field of mechanical engineering. Member-
ship is offered to juniors and seniors in the upper part
of their classes and initiation is held at banquets 'twice
Pi Tau Sigma sends a delegate to its national con-
vention and presents a mechanical engineeris handbook
to the outstanding sophomore in this field. An honor-
ary member, Professor Thomas Sakshaug, was elected
Officers are: president, Dwight Baumanng vice
president, Duane Heitzmang recording secretary, Ron-
ald Marting corresponding secretary, Danial Dorang
and treasurer, Gordon Olson. The faculty advisor is
C. O. Anderson.
i Gene Harrie
Kappa Tau Delta
i Hurlyn Thompson
'GKappa Tau Delta is a national honorary architectural
fraternity which strives to promote a closer relation-
ship among architects."
It encourages scholarship, professional interest and
upholds in college life the traditions of the institution.
A design competition between members is held an-
The organization was established on this campus
on December 9, 1925. It holds an Annual Founders,
Day Banquet and other social functions. Membership
is open to juniors, seniors, and fifth year students who
have met scholastic requirements.
Officers were Robert Mutchler, presidentg Harold
Jenkinson, vice-presidentg and Eugene Harrie, secre-
tary-treasurer. E. E. Stewart was faculty advisor.
Tau Beta Pi
"Tau Beta Pi is a national honorary engineering fra-
ternity which strives to foster a spirit of liberal culture
in the engineering colleges of America."
Tau Beta Pi operates an engineer's book exchange,
maintains an address file of NDSC graduates, and
holds initiation banquets during the fall and winter
Each year Tau Beta Pi presents a scholarship
award to a senior. The freshman with the highest
scholastic record is presented with a slide rule and
freshman letters are presented to other high scholastic
Juniors and seniors who display distinguished
scholarship, exemplary character, and outstanding
achievement are eligible to join Tau Beta Pi.
Meetings are held every other Wednesday in the
The group elected Martin Borchelt as presidentg
Gordon Child, vice-presiclentg Stanley Witteman, re-
cording secretaryg John Rasmuson, corresponding sec-
retaryg and Dwight Baumann, treasurer. The faculty
advisors are A. W. Anderson, J. A. Oakey, H. W. Mc-
Cauley, and R. N. Faiman.
Atelier Chat Noir
Row One: Kosir, Griffin, Aslesen, Zeman, Rosenberg, Murczuk, Meyer, Hagerotf, Johnson, Nelson. Row Two: Brown, Johnson,
Lee, lommer, Beechie, Jensen, Diemert, Goedert. Row Three: Vermeland, Kloster, Pifturd, Olsguurd, Huusmon, Ollinger, Hon-
son, Burky, Metz, Anderson. Row Four: Adclicoit, LuFleur, Ashland, Twftchell, White.
mfhe Black Cat Chapter . . . 7,
The purpose of Atelier Chat Noir is the promotion
and advancement of architectural interest. Projects
include sponsoring competition in designs, the Beaux
Arts Ball, and small architectural parties. Five prizes
are awarded annually in competitions.
Delegates are sent to the national and regional AIA
conventions. Meetings are held once a month in the
architecture department. All sophomore, junior, and
senior architecture students are eligible for member-
Officers include Cy Stadsvold, presidentg Doug
Goedert, vice-presidentg ,lim Griffin, treasurerg and
Willis Stelter, secretary. Knute Henning was faculty
An instructor explaining lo several students the
mechanism of the lump seen on Ihe drcwing board.
Al Kosir wiih one of the many designs which can
be seen in the architecture department.
4'The first aim of the School of Home Economics is to
train future homemakersf,
It also provides professional training for students
interested in teaching, commercial food Work, clietetics,
extension work, research, radio, and advertising. A de-
gree in Home Economics is of ever increasing value
to those who have been awarded it.
The five curricula offered hy the school are: gen-
eral home econoniics, clothing and textiles, foods and
nutrition, home economics education, and pre-occupa-
tional therapy. Each of these departments graduates
students trained for professions in the expanding fields
of home economics.
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Sophomore girls concocfing something spe-
cial flocks like some fancy sundwichesl.
Food and Nutrition
Home Economics Education
Kathryn Wees ner
Textiles and Clothing
Home Management, Child Development
Carol Moe working on ci modern shaped bowl in ceramics class. Many interest-
ing pieces of jewelry are also made in this class.
Mary Platz weaving some ma-
terial on a loom in the weaving
laboratory. Many of the girls
make belts, purses, place mats,
and other interesting articles.
rvstww , r .
Row I: Litzinger, Melby, Little, Pierce, Willerf, Thorson
Skaar, Wisness, Solberg, Widdifield, Maier. Row 2: Moe,
Preuss, Ryan, Pfeifle, Pederson, Mezndigo, Tallackson
Madson, Thompson, Simmons, lemm. Row 3: Pautz
Peach, Mueller, Lind, Zielsdorf, Platz, Olson, Radi
Simonson, Erickson, Seeklander.
Row 1: Bilden, Hamilton, Berg, Carlson, Haas, Johan-
son, Anderson, Ebling, Baumann. Row 2: DeKrey, Fer-
now, Akason, Fagerlund, Enander, Briggs, Dahlen,
Cullen, Keller, Bergan. Row 3: Anderson, Henning,
Geiszler, Fitzloff, Husband, Kaiser, Bjorklund, Hanson,
Hultstra nd, Kisser.
Wfhose who plan to make a career of home economics
set their sights on joining Tryota, home economics
club . . . future teachers, dieticians and homemakers
work together to make Tryota a strong and active or-
The group is a student branch of the American
Home Economics Associations. It holds an annual sup-
per meeting for new students each year. Also, a joint
meeting with Saddle and Sirloin Club, the correspond-
ing group in the school of agriculture, is held every fall
quarter. The club offers membership to any girl en-
rolled in Home Economics.
Officers include Erlys Fernow, presidentg Margaret
Henning, vice presidentg Joyce Berg, secretaryg and
Janet Fagerlund, publicity.
Row 1: Knight, Sanford, Schroeder, Siorbotten, Stebleton, Tergen
luipp, Nash, Reynolds, Saba, Scott. Row 2: Stammen, Ohlhauser
Slinde, Mattson, Robinson, Piepkorn, Kukowski, Schmitz, Montgomery,
Sluka, Peterson, Schulz, Larsen. Row 3: Posey, Lee, lindbo, Zaun
Polsfut, Woitzel, Mogen, Trom, Soeby, Larsen, Summers, Nelb, Johnson
Row 'I: Asmunclson, Fossay, Bouvette, Frank, Barstad, Kramer, Eriks-
moen, Farlow, Dahl, Cantwell, Adams, Aafedt, Bassingthwaite. Row
2: Bisek, Hoss, Askling, Flint, Hedahl, Davis, Edinger, Jensen, Brelrlce,
Baumann, Duckstad, Johnson, Hill. Row 3: Hinman, Fehr, Hagen,
Jacques, Duncanson, Aurnodt, Kovell, Brunsvold, Fredrick, Hansen,
Anderson, Homuth, Folstrom.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Row 'lz Swanke, Ebeltoft, Hunstucl, Willert, Arneson. Row 2: Widdi-
field, Hartman, Lohman, Nelson, Ryan, Bosworth.
'LHomemakers deluxe, thatis the members of Phi Upsi-
lon Omicron, national home economics fraternity." The
Beta chapter was founded at NDSC in 1914. Majors
with high scholastic averages are eligible to wear the
Phi U pin.
Phi U promotes moral and intellectual development
of its members and advances and promotes home eco-
nomics in all fields. It holds an annual tea for high
ranking upperclassmen, and joins with alumni lor an
annual Founder's Day Banquet. lt bestows each year
the Alba Bales Scholarship to an outstanding FHA
chapter in North Dakota and produces a film and a
scrapbook to be sent to high schools for recruitment
Barbara Widdefield was presidentg Pat Ebeltoft,
vice presidentg Janet Bosworth, secretaryg and Sharon
Row 1: Anderson, Vennerstrom, Henning, Just, Miss Reynolds. Row
2: Hamilton, DeKrey, Fernow, Zielsdorf, Hanson, Cullen, Anderson,
' Mrs. Johnson, a member of the Board of Higher Education, praising
the new home economics building at the dedication ceremonies.
Home Economics Buildings Dedicated
Miss Finlayson unveiling the plaque on the Alba Bules House of the
Many hopes, dreams, and efforts were realized on dedlcmon Se"'l'e-
October 22, when the dedication of the new Home
Economics building was completed.
This 3iS1L00,000 building occupies 'three spacious
floors of modern offices, classrooms, and laboratories.
Special features of the building are the up to date
experimental equipment, ample laboratory space, indi-
vidual staff offices, and the dean's office suite.
Many student and faculty committees worked to-
gether to make the dedication a success.
Miss Christine Finlayson presided at the dedica-
tion, while Dr. Seth Russell, dean of the School of Ap-
plied Arts and Sciences, gave the invocation. Dr. Glenn
Smith, Dean of the Graduate School, presented greet-
ings from the faculty, and Mrs. Vernon Johnson of
Wahpeton spoke for the Board of Higher Education.
Mrs. Roy L. Olson, who served as acting dean of
home economics in 1953-54, gave the address 'nlsooking
Forward in Home Economicsfy
A dinner was served in the Student Union Ballroom
for visiting guests and interested persons.
The dedication was very successful and many peo-
ple toured the building and attended the ceremonies.
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Miss Schmidt showing some visitors one of the many unusuol kitchen
units in the new home economics building during on open house tour.
Dr. Wharton lecturing to some sophomore girls on the ways ond means
of preserving foods in the new home economics building.
uDuring the fifty-three years of its existence the School
of Pharmacy of the North Dakota Agricultural College
has had one aim and that is to educate to the highest
degree young men and women in the profession of
Pharmacy. In order to do this successfully two things
are paramount: an adequate and efficient stafig and
proper physical facilities."
Various types of training are offered in the two
general divisions of courses-commercial and profes-
Specialized preparation is provided in hospital ad-
ministration, hospital pharmacy, narcotic inspection,
retail drug store practice, professional pharmacy,
wholesale pharmacy, food and drug analysis, and
The School of Pharmacy at the North Dakota Agri-
culture College stands ready to furnish any young man
or woman with a superior education in the field of
Pharmacy, one of the branches of general health serv-
ice so vitally necessary to the people of the common-
School of Pharmacy
Mr. Street, CI lab assistant, supervising a iunior
quantitative analysis laboratory.
A Clifton Miller
Joh n Street
Dr. Banxiger explaining Io several seniors the reaction of a drug on
a while ra! in the senior pharmacology lab.
Seeing that misiakes are kept at a minimum is Mr. lucas in the senior
Row 1: Wayne Kessler, Don Erickson Dr Banzlger Row 2 Tony
Mendish, LuVerne Russell, Dick Berg Bob Peterson .lim S huack
uRho Chi is an honorary organization for under-
graduate students of the school of pharmacy. It strives
to encourage scholarship and achievement in the
This is done by recognition of the two freshmen in
pharmacy with the highest scholastic average, and by
extending membership to those upperciassmen who are
in the top fifth of their class.
At the weekly meetings of Rho Chi, a series of
seminars on pharmacy and related professions was
presented. Officers were: president, Robert Petersong
vice president, Laverne Russellg secretary-treasurer,
James Schaackg historian, Richard Bergg advisor, Dr.
R. F. Banziger.
"Kappa Epsilon strives to establish women in the
field of pharmacy."
It is the national honorary fraternity for wom-
en in pharmacy. Iota chapter was established on
this campus on May 29, 1930. The purpose of this
organization is to unite women pharmacy stu-
dents, stimulate high scholarship, and foster pro-
fessional consciousness. The chapter has received
national honors for the last three years for hav-
ing attained the highest scholastic average of all
Kappa Epsilon Chapters. The chapter presents the
Allison-Harty Hendrickson Award to the mem-
ber having the highest average and the Kappa
Meetings are held twice a month in Francis
Hall. Any woman in pharmacy who has main-
tained a 2.00 average is eligible to join. Serving
as president was Cynara Rembolt, aided by
Elizabeth Jirgenson, vice president, Pat Noden,
secretaryg and ,lacqueline Jungers, treasurer.
lane Sand served as faculty advisor.
"The Pharmacy Club has the distinction of being the
second oldest organization on campus."
Although it is old, the Pharmacy Club is up-to-date
and growing. Just recently it became affiliated with the
,lunior Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Asso-
Row I: Marquarf, Noden, Rumpcu, Borg, Street, Berger, Enger, Rem-
boldf, Sinner. Row 2: Daly, Schwankl, Gunderman, Schick, Wasem,
Kretchman, Stoxen, Wallace, McGuire, Warren, Miller, Carlson, Havde,
Sack, Vnsenden, VanBerkom.
Row 'l: Evensfacl, Sand, Remboldt. Row 2: Jirgensan
Marquart, Naden, Ostluncl, Junkers.
ciation. It is planning to send a delegate to the national
convention this year.
At meetings they are kept informed on the profes-
sional aspects of pharmacy through movies and guest
One of the projects of the club this year is devoting
their efforts to publicity in acquiring a new pharmacy
Membership in the Pharmacy Club is open to stu-
dents enrolled in the school of pharmacy. Kenneth
Borg served as president, James Rumpca, vice presi-
dentg Raymond Berger, secretary, Joan Evenstad,
treasurer, and J. P. Street, advisor.
The Air Force Reserve Officer's Training Corps was
established at North Dakota Agricultural College in
19446, to develop in prospective college graduates those
qualities of leadership essential to their duties as com-
missioned officers in the United States Air Force.
The program consists of a two-'year basic course
for freshmen and sophomores, required by North Da-
kota state law, and a two-year advanced course for
juniors and seniors. A four Week summer 'training unit
is held each year for juniors. All physically qualified
and desirous male students are offered a career as a
pilot in the world's best air force upon graduation.
The department is under the supervision of the
Professor of Air Science, Lieutenant Colonel Norris
Brill and sponsors the Arnold Air Society, Air Delis
and the Rifle Team.
Air Force ROTC
President Hultz and Colonel Brill enioying themselves with State
ROTC Cadets at summer camp in California.
Group I Siaff and Squadron Commanders
Row 1: Maior Mann, Group Commander Zimmerman. Row
2: Maier, Martin, Cvancara. Row 3: leeiun.
Row 1: Maior Broome, Welken,
Wing Commander Hanson, Dick.
Row 2: Morgan, Willming,
whee!er, Sharky, Pederson,
Group I Sfaff
Group II Siaff and Squadron Commanders
Row 'l: lf. Howland, Group Commander Buelow. Row 2: Wif-
feman, Jundt, Sorlie. Row 3: Besselievre, Mutchler.
Group ll Sfaff
AFROTC Rifle Team
Row 1: Wiffemun, Deurre, Burrow. Row 2: Sgt. Dinniene,
D. Bopp, Haugen, C, Bopp.
AFROTC Color Guard
Left to Right: John larum, Bill Chamberlain, Guy Enabii
and Jack LuVold.
Row 'l: Buelow, Maier
Arnold Air Society
uUp in the air, junior birdmenf'
The Arnold Air Society promotes leadership and
furthers the ideals of aviation. The group co-sponsorecl
the annual Military Ball and had a spring formal with
the Air Debs. Their annual fall initiation banquet was
held in the Memorial Union.
Delegates were sent to the National Conclave at
Vlfashington, D. C. while the entire club plans a cross
country flying trip during the coming year.
The club, organized in 1951, selects advanced
AFROTC students for membership.
The officers are: Ray Buelow, commander, Doug
Hanson, executive officerg Darel Leetun, Comptroller,
Paul Gorder, operations officer, and Gordon Child,
Bowles, Burnett, Ericksmoen,
Hildre. Row 2: Erickstad,
Hanson, Gorder, Fogel, Lee-
iun, Hell. Row 3:.l.t. Hul-
Air Deb Society
ul-low Blue? mightwell be the theme song of the Air
Debs as they are deciding on their new air force uni-
forms which will be changed from lavender to blue.
The proverbial blue Monday tthe day of air force
ROTCJ will then be complete."
Air Debs attend Arnold Air Society in parades,
ceremonies, and the Military Ball. They award ribbons
to an outstanding member and to an air deb with out-
standing activities. The organization is open to sopho-
mores and juniors who meet a high standard of con-
duct, personality, appearance, and interest in campus
affairs. Commanding officer is ,lane Heifort.
Plans for the coming year include training in drill
and Air Force history and customs and a tea for the
Military staff officer wives.
Row I: Sherwood, Nelson, Anderson, Don-
ovan, Lloyd, Widdifield, Bilden. Row 2:
Hagen, Gendreau, Bosworth, Monson, Wil-
lert, Rutherford, Hendrickson, Heifort. Row
3: Jones, Grimes, Lee, Schnell, Mische,
Gordon, Marquarr, Williams.
vorson, Gales, Keller, La-
vold, Meyer, D-eurre, Hurt,
The Army ROTC curriculum consists of a two year
basic course, required by state law for all physically
qualified freshmen and sophomores without previous
military service, consisting of three hours of work per
An advanced course for juniors and seniors con-
sists of five hours of classwork per week and a six
weeks summer camp between the junior and senior
years. The curriculum is a General Military Science
course qualifying the successful candidates for a re-
serve commission in any of the 15 branches of the
The Army ROTC program is under the direction
of Colonel Otto B. Cloudt, Jr. and he is assisted by a
staff of two officers and five non-commissioned
Cadet Stuff, Army ROTC
Edfred Vusey, Nick Roster, Keith Deyo.
Army ROTC Rifle Team
Row 'l: Krause, Gates, Larson, Solberg, Horvath, Hov
land. Row 2: Rodgers, Sgt. Simpson, Engh, Henning.
'4The Army ROTC Rifle Team was established in
order to enhance the prestige of the Cadet Corps, and
provide an interesting pastime for members, while
furthering the American heritage of expert riflemenf,
Established shortly after the ROTC program was
developed at the college, the group holds an annual
banquet each spring. National Rifle Association Marks-
manship awards are given out annually to properly
Plans for the coming year include 31 postal
matches with other colleges of the Fifth Army area.
The team will also fire in competition for the Williain
Randolph Hearst Trophy, awarded annually, and com-
pete at the intercollegiate match held in the spring at
Those eligible to join include all Military Science
2, 3 and 4- army ROTC cadets. Officers include Cadet
Donald Hovland, team captain, and Cadet John Lar-
son, secretary, SFC Paul Simpson, coach, and Captain
Harry M. Bartlett, advisor.
left to Right: Hulstrand, J. Haas, Olwin,
Arnason, Monson, S. Haas, Deyo, Lohman,
Vaughn, Fitzloff, litzinger, Bauman,
Left to Right: Anderson, Fagerland, North, Well, Pautz,
Ebeltoft, Pfeifle, Pederson, Hunke, Ryan, Swanke, lund.
Wfralnp, tramp, tramp the girls are marchingls'
A familiar sight of an afternoon in the Union
Ballroom is the column left, right, and uto the rear,
ha-a-rch!" of the Guidon corps. Guidon is the auxilia-
ry to the Army ROTC and marching is one of their
activities, not only on week-day afternoons, but any
day there is a parade or a special military event.
Membership in the Guidon is extended to two girls
from each sorority and two independent girls, in the
sophomore class. New initiates are honored at a ban-
quet preceding the Armed Forces Day Parade.
Officers included Dorothy Ryan, presidentg Bar-
bara Arneson, vice-presidentg Pat Ebeltoft, secretaryg
and Arlene Simonson, treasurer.
'4Attention! Forward march! hut, tuep, terup, fourpf'
The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to raise
the standard of military education in American Col-
leges, to unite in closer relationship their military de-
partments and to encourage and foster the essential
qualities of good officers. Organized in 1922, past
projects included the Military Ball, an annual ban-
quet, and a display on Armed Forces Day. Each year
the organization gives an award to the outstanding
sophomore in Military and Air Science.
Plans for the coming year include the Military
Ball, a banquet, and providing a color guard at home
Meetings are held twice a month in the Fireside
room of the College Y. Those eligible for member-
ship are juniors and seniors in Military Science who
have maintained a C average in R.O.T.C. The officers
are Edwin Zimmerman, presidentg Larry North, vice-
presidentg Ronald Skogstad, secretaryg and Edfred
Scabbard and Blade
Row I: Zimmerman, Hellem, Vnsey, Roster, Huarsuger, Capt. Bartlett.
Row 2: North, Skogsfad, Deyo, Hoffman, Lund.
"Athletics and physical education for men and women
is provided by the department of physical education."
The division of physical education for men pro-
vides instruction in physical and health education and
administers the intramural athletic program for men.
The division of athletics directs the intercollegiate ath-
letic program which includes football, basketball, golf,
tennis, and track.
Specialized and thorough training is provided in
First Aid, individual activity, courses, leadership,
coaching, and sports.
The women's physical education department offers
a wide range of activities. It aims to provide physical
activities which will meet the needs and interest of the
women in college and the need of the schools and com-
munities to have trained personnel who can promote
Professional training is offered in first aid dance
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public health, physical fitness, and team sports.
Department of Physical Education
Clarence Becker on the trampoline in a
physical education class.
Modern Dance, u course offered by the
women's division of the physical educa-
An energeiic young man on the parallel
Badminton class in the physical education
Rev. Sfuder leaching u course in "Persist-
ent Problems in Religion" Io, left to righf,
sfudenfs Gordon Frieda, Robert Berg, and
Wllhe purpose of the School of Religious Education is
to give courses in the history, literature, philosophy,
and psychology of religion without sectarian bias."
Recognizing the indispensable need for the organ-
ized churches, and the necessity for standards of faith
and doctrine around which their members may rally,
effort is made to strengthen such ties and preserve the
loyalty of the student to the church to which he belongs.
The work of this school is based on grounds com-
mon to all types of faith represented in the student
body and in keeping with a common purpose. The
Board of Trustees is composed of representative men
of all types of religious belief and the school is sup-
ported by friends from many churches.
Two types of courses are offered, the subjects
which are the basis of all religions and those which are
presented best according to the pattern of thought of
a particular familiar church. The teaching of the direc-
tor is limited to the courses common to all faiths. All
the teachings in this school emphasize the fact that
freedom of thought and the consistent practice of reli-
gious convictions intelligently arrived at are the
necessary foundation of democracy.
Rev. Studer, Director of the School
Father Potter with a class in "The Social
Teachings of Christianity."
Miss Johnson taking u doctors orders over
the telephone and writing them for the
Chief nurse Miss Johnson filling u prescription.
Junior nurse Miss Harrison welcoming a
patient to the health center.
"What have you got for an aching head?',
This is the oft-repeated question asked of the nurses
at the Student Health Center. And, they have something
for almost every ache and pain.
The Health Center has a menis ward and a women's
ward, each with four beds, plus an adequate staff of
two full-time nurses, one relief nurse, a part-time
pharmacist, and a part-time laboratory technician who
comes with the doctor on his week-day morning calls.
Proof that the Health Center is doing a good job
is the fact that there have been no epidemics or serious
outbreaks of disease on campus. The common cold is
the most frequent ailment, and this year there have
been one or two cases of measles and mumps.
Elsie Keller, a student, having her pulse
and temperature checked hy Miss Johnson.
Miss Harrison examining the ear of
"You can find it in the library."
The NDSC Library is an excellent source of infor-
mation on almost any subject. Through its 1,100 peri-
odical subscriptions, it offers up-to-date material on
matters of interest to the students and faculty of the
College. The library provides technical and specialized
material to keep the faculty abreast with developments
in their fields.
New books are continuously being received by the
library in an effort to have the very latest literature
and information available.
Maps, government publications, pamphlets, films,
microfilms, slides, records, and the equipment 'to use
them are also provided. There are several small study
rooms, a student lounge with a radio-phonograph,
larger rooms which may be used for meetings, and two
large reading rooms. A typewriter rental service is
offered at a minimum charge, and tables are provided
The library serves the college and the students in a
number of ways, helping to make education better
and more lasting.
Joyce Rutherford, Mary Ellen Birkeldnd, Helen Sny-
der, and Bev Gordon studying, and talking, in the
librarian H. Dean Stallings
Barb Arneson, Rose Millette, and Maxine
Brown, library emplcyees, at the main
Betty Fortney studying in the main reading
room on the second floor of the library.
A scene in the stacks, where students and
faculty alike can find books of their choos-
ing or simply roam and browse.
"I'll meet you at the Unionf,
The Memorial Union, now in its second year of
operation, is literally the center of campus activity.
Dances, club meetings, bowling tournaments, studying,
coffee-drinking, haircutting, bridge lessons-all these
and more activities take place in the Union.
The official controlling body of the Union is the
Board of Directors, consisting of four students, four
faculty members, four alumni, and two ex-officio mem-
bers-the president of the College and the Union Di-
Union Activities Board: Row One:
Hunsted, McGeory, Abrohomson.
Row Two: Enubit, Vaughn, Pfeifle,
Union Director Dole Brostrom.
A typical coffee hour scene in the
Bison Room with the "Bearded ln-
stitution," Hom Fisher, lending the
A whist game, complete with kibitzers, in
the spacious union lounge.
Another group which is of importance to the Union
is the Activities Board, composed entirely of students
and directly responsible to the Board of Directors. The
Activities Board plans, supervises, and co'ordinates all
social, cultural, recreational, and educational programs
in the building. Several committees have been set up
and more will be set up as the need for them arises.
Board meetings are held weekly to keep up to date and
to plan coming events.
A great deal has been accomplished in the organiza-
tion and carrying out of a social program and a great
deal more is being planned. The Union is being used
more and more, and it is anticipated that this trend will
"Eight-ball" on one of the four union
.lim McGuire bowling for the Kappa Psi
team in league competition.
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Governor of Norfh Dakohf
Governor Norman Brunsdale
Presidenf of N DSC
Direcfor of Personnel
Executive Secrefary of Alumni
and Former Student Association
Admissions and Records
Dean of Women
Dean of Men
Public Relations Director
and his ossisfcmf
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kepi' us busy
Arneson Baumann Child
Haas Hart Heiforf
Moxness North Piepkorn
Strand Vasey Widdifield
In American Universifies and Colleges
'4Brains, initiative, ability, achievement, etc."
Whois Who Among Students in American Univer-
sities and Colleges is an honor extended to outstanding
students from approximately 650 colleges and univer-
sities each year. Students are selected on the basis of
scholarship, cooperation and leadership in academic
and extracurricular activities, citizenship, and service'
to the school, and a promise of future usefulness.
The national organization provides a placement
service for members. Dean Pearl Dinan is chairman of
the NDSC nominating committee, composed of student,
faculty, and administration officials, which submits
names to the national headquarters for approval.
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Row One: Sorlie, Ebeltoft, Haas, Kaspari, lohman, Heifort, Siversen, Zimmer-
mann. Row Two: Kessler, Schaack, Russell, Zimmerman, Bolmgren, Martin, Bor-
Phi Kappa Phi
Row One: Holmstrom, Bartholomew, Anderson, Witte-
man, Child. Raw Two: Mendesh, Peterson, Jolstad, Hart,
Strand, Bromander, Baumann, Duerre.
'iThe love of learning rules-this is the belief of the
members of Phi Kappa Phi. These are the people which
we average students admire and hold in awe."
Phi Kappa Phi recognizes scholarship in all fields,
and was established in 1913. It meets twice per quarter
and sends a delegate to the biennial national conven-
tion. lt also holds a spring banquet. Membership is
extended to students in the upper ten per cent of the
senior class. The organization gives a Sparks Memo-
rial Fellowship, which has been won by an NDAC
student practically every year. There are only three
such fellowships given in the entire United States.
Officers are: H. W. McCauley, presidentg W. E.
Dinusson, vice presidentg Ennna Dubetz, secretary-
treasurerg and O. A. Stevens, journalism corres-
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Row One: Haus, Ryan, Kaspari, Ebeltoft. Row Two: Arneson, Lund,
"The Senior Staff girls are practically popping the
buttons off their new cardigan sweaters and they are
so proud of them. No wonder they are proud! It is the
first time on this campus that the members of Senior
Staff have had a distinguishing outfit. Now, among the
many other activities of these girls, they are kept busy
shining the big gold buttons on their new Cardigans."
Senior Staff is an honorary for senior girls having
superior scholarship, leadership, service and person-
ality. This organization sponsors an all college dance,
honors the Homecoming Queen at a banquet, and deco-
rates her car for the parade, sponsors the Spinster Skip,
and has a banquet with Blue Key annually.
It also presents awards to the freshman and senior
girls who have the highest scholastic average. lt ex-
tends membership to senior women in the spring of
their junior year.
Officers are, president, Dorothy Lund, vice presi-
dent, Dorothy Ryang secretary, Sally Lohmang 'treas-
urer, Barbara Widdifieldg and advisors, Miss Pearl
Dinan and Miss Matilda Thompson.
Row One: Fogel, Miller, Moxness, Schaack, Lud-
wlg Gion. Row Two: Anderson, Noir, Euren,
"Blue Key knows the first verse of "The Yellow and the
Green" better than any other campus organization."
Demonstrating their fine school spirit, this lively
group of young men sings uThe Yellow and the Greeni'
at every meeting, and, since their meetings occur on
the first and third Thursday of each month, have quite
a little practice.
Being a service fraternity, Blue Key devotes itself
to originating and promoting activities which are bene-
ficial to the students and the college. The proceeds
from their annual variety production, Bison Brevities,
provide scholarships for the outstanding freshman
Blue Key sponsors the Wo1'lcl University Service
program to raise funds for work in new schools
throughout the world. The Doctor of Service Award is
presented by Blue Key to someone other than a student
who has given service to the college.
Membership included juniors and seniors with an
above average scholastic standing, good character, and
outstanding leadership ability and participation in
Row One: Gibbons, Wheeler, Geston, Zimmer-
man, Hurt, Child. Row Two: Oakey, Horne, Pettee.
Row One: Swenson, Sherwood, Lund Swanke Boker Benson Wolfe Row
Two: Geston, Ziegler, Askim, Moxness Sloostud Johnson Ellmgsberg Anderson
Gion, Hurt, Fogel, Child, Gibbons, H Dean Stallings
"Of the students, by the students, for the students-
this aptly describes the Student Senate and Commis-
sions. These people work to unite, defend, and repre-
sent the students in all campus affairsf'
Homecoming, Junior-Senior prom, dances, convo-
cations, student forums-these are a few of the projects
which this organization undertakes. Delegates are sent
to both the regional and national N.S.A. conventions.
Membership is open to anyone legally elected by
the student body and an installation of officers banquet
is held every year.
The president of the Student Senate is Duane An-
derson. 'Commissioners are: Finance, Dorothy Lundg
Publications, Renee Bakerg Music and Public Pro-
grams, Don Ellingsbergg Radio, Gary Hartg Athletics,
Mike Fogelg Campus Affairs, Ken Moxnessg and Stu-
dent Union, Vic Ziegler.
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Row One: Moxness, Ziegler, Lund, Baker, Fogel, Anderson. Row Two: Hurt, H
Dean Stallings, Ellingsberg.
S'ruden'r Government Boards
Board of Radio: Row One: Swunke, Hart, Boker. Row
Two: Johnson, Dr. Aornes, Faimun, Zimmerman.
Board of Music: Row One: Gion, Ellingsberg.
Row Two: Van Vlissingen, Lund, Dr. Walsh.
Board of Campus Affairs: Row One:
Dr. Pye, Moxness, Gibbons, Swenson,
Faiman, Askim, Vergin.
Board of Publications: Row One: Crom, Johnson,
Baker, NoH, Child, Burnham. Row Two: Mark,
Memorial Union Board of Directors: Row One:
Wolf, Zeigler, Hart, Toring. Row Two: Hill, Curl-
son, Non, Brosfrom, Sevrinson, Gion, Miller,
Board of Finance: Fogel, Child, Gesfon, Grimes, Lund, Dr. Pettee, Brnnderud.
Sfuclenf Governmenf Boards
Board of Aihleticsa Row One: Hill, Henning, Fogel. Row Two: Wolf, Swanke, H-ulbeisen, Sherwood
Row One: Dean Dinan, Haas, Ryan, Ebeltoft, Widclifield, Donovan, Heifort, luncl,
Blegen, Paulson. Row Two: Lohman, Fernow, Henning, Qlson, Wheeler.
4'Divided ye are conquered-true enough, so the
women students of NDSC are organized, not divided."
Women's Senate is the governing body of The As-
sociated Women's Students of NDSC, an organization
composed of all female students enrolled at NDSC.
Meeting twice a month, Women's Senate is composed
of the presidents of all women's organizations on
Working to unite the Women students and further
their interests, WOIIICUSS Senate cooperated with the
Student Senate on the leadership program, sponsored
an election rally, organized and operated a freshman
counseling system in the women's dormitories, sold
stationery, and sponsored several dances in the Memo-
,lane Haas was president with Janet Thompson as
vice-president, Sally Lohman as secretary, and Sonia
Blegen as treasurer.
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pronto. Joann, who was assigned the copy on the
Brevities? No. don't bleed group pictures-yes, put
them into the gutter if it suits the layoutf'
With Cary Hart completing his second year at the
helm, the Bison was once again published for the stu-
dents of State. There were changes from previous years
-the lack of a theme, new ideas on layout, a combined
index and advertising section-but the purpose re-
mained the sameg to publish for the students an in-
formal history of the year in pictures and words to
he kept as a momento of State.
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Editor Gary Hart
Copy editor Joann Willert, photography editors
Bev Kraus and Erlys Mische, and layout editor
Photography staff: Charlotte Aamodt, Bonnie
litzinger, and Reggie Gorder.
Advertising manager .lon Dewey and business
manager Nick Roster.
Layout staff: Sandy Benedict, Marlene Pfeifle,
Marlene Qualley, Ruth Falsirom, Sandy Haas,
and Bev Pfeifer.
Copy staff: Sally Anderson, Anneffe Siverson,
Celeste Svihovec, Judy Hammer, Ruth Olwin,
Gail Fifzloff, Judy Sherwood, June Anderson,
and Peter Lundwall.
Editor lee Johnson
"Who's got the copy on the controversy? Mark, youive
got too much advertising again-when are you going
to stop thinking about that IOW? Karen, let's hustle
up that social column, huh?"
Such is the conversation on Wednesday evening in
the publications office when the NDSC student news-
paper is going to press. Somehow, through much hustle
and bustle, the Friday issue always came out.
Containing articles largely of campus interest, in-
cluding items on athletics, organizations, scholarship,
and dozens of other subjects as well, Lee Johnson as
editor always managed to publish a creditable news-
Feature Editor Renee Baker, Sports Editor "Hom" Fisher, and
Editor-in-Chief lee Johnson.
Seated, left to right: Monica Savageau, Bob Fisher, Renee
Baker, Beverly Simons. Standing: Jim Feeney, Keith Amund-
son, Audrey Holt, Joan Evanstacl, Elaine Geiszler, Priscilla
Hosted, Karen Sluka, lee Mfaxwell, Loren Biornson, Bill Buck,
Business Manager Pete Mark W
Members of the staff at work. left to
right, Karen Sluka, Keith Amunclson, Bev
Simons and Bill Buclc.
Assistant Editor Ken Borg and Edi-
tor Joan Evanstad.
"In 1500 B.C. the namesake for the campus pharmacy
newspaper was written, the Papyrus Ebers. This is the
oldest known drug manuscript in existencef'
Although not being the oldest known paper on
campus, it has gained the reputation as being one of
the best. Published every quarter, the Papyrus Ebers
is written entirely by the students with the Pharmacy
Club as its sponsor. The paper contains reports on
current happenings, advertisements, and, during the
past year, editorials showing the need for a new phar-
macy building. With a circulation of over a thousand
copies, it is sent to pharmacists and high schools
throughout the state.
The staff of the Papyrus Ebers includes ,loan Even-
sted, editorg Kenneth Borg, assistant editorg Jackie
Jungers, business managerg and Jim McQuire, adver-
Seated: Riepl, Stilwell, Ostlund,
Bear, Remboldt, Homer, Nelson, Pe-
terson. Standing: Herman, Wallace,
Pete Mark, Photasp Jackie Jungers,
Business Manager, Jim McQuire
North Dakota State Engineer
Editor Maurice Walla and Business Manager John Holstacl
"The North Dakota State Engineer informs students
of new developments in the field of engineeringf,
The magazine was founded in 1925. lt is published
four times during the school year and deals with new
methods, techniques, and designs in the field. Sections
of the publications include social news, articles on new
faculty members and articles on the doings of alums.
During the year one publication is devoted entirely
to information about the school of engineering, its
advantages, and the occupational possibilities of its
graduates. This issue is circulated to high school sen-
iors throughout the state.
The editor is sent to the national convention of
Engineering College Magazines Associated. Any engi-
neering students interested in journalism may become
a member of the staff. This year's staff members were:
Maurice Wolla, editorg William Reider, associate edi-
torg John Hoistad, business manager, Melvin Sarvela,
advertising managerg and James Hoffman, circulation
manager. Advisors were F. C. Mirgain, J. A. Oakey,
and A. W. Anderson.
Row One: Schmidt, Anderson, Roth, Bakken, Garrison, Meier,
Pfeifer, Berg. Row Two: Siavageau, Miller, Link, Amundson, Gackle,
Zimmerman, Larson, Vonderheide, Hosfad.
Jack Larson and Hal Miller announcing at a Bison
HOU the Airlw
Established in 1952, station KDSC is now
very much a part of the students life at
NDSC. Located in the Memorial Union build-
ing, it broadcasts from 7:30 until 10:00 each
evening from Monday through Friday, and
four hours on each Saturday afternoon.
Providing disc jockeys, drama, news, and
sports to the listening audience, it also gives
on-the-spot broadcasts of athletic events, cam-
pus elections, and other similar affairs.
Don Zimmerman served as station man-
ager, Jack Larson as program director, and
Gary Hart as Commissioner of Radio.
Program Director Jack larson, Station Man-
ager Don Zimmerman, and Chief Engineer
A disc iockey show with, left to right, Bev Pfeifer, Bob
Schmidt, Sandra Meier, Art link, Neil Berg, Keith Amundson
and Bryan Gackle.
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Row One: Wallenfine, Wulstad, Zeuger, Hill, Patterson, Ennbif. Row Two:
Marlin, Coriese, Wagner, Hofcombe, Joos, Gumache, Anderson, Skrei, Werner,
Ludwig, Becker, Bistud, Timm.
"Athlete,s foot on campus has been on a rampage the
past year due to the fine promotion of the Letterrnan's
During their more serious moments, the Lettermen
promote varsity athletics, sell beanies to freshmen, hold
kangaroo court, sponsor the annual 'Bison Day,' and
have an annual picnic and initiation banquet.
Made up of letter winners in all sports, the club
elected Glenn Hill, president, Dale Wallentine, vice
president, Merlin Ludwig, secretary, and Tom Rad-
cliffe, treasurer. Del Anderson is the club advisor.
L'Vi1n, vigor, and vitality describes NDSC's cheer-
Sporting new outfits, they led the Bison through
wind and ice during the football season and through
the heat of the basketball season.
School spirit in the form of "life" at athletic events
is sometimes hard to find in college students, even
those cheering for a winning team, but the cheerlead-
ers somehow managed to instill in most NDSC students
a desire to "get behindn their athletic teams, whether
they were winning or losing.
left to right: Virginia Pratt, Bev Pfeifer, Patti Jones, Sonia Swanke,
Ann Whiting, Pat Hagen, Phyllis Hendrickson.
leading a yell for the Bison at the Homecoming game
Row One: Myrdal, Kjos, Wielund, Anderson, Farnum, Schiebold. Row Two: Talley,
Tucker, Hanson, Hill, Van Vlissingen, 0. Johnson, Forster. Row Three: North, D.
NEISOIM Hellzmannf Buchholz, Hunke, I.. Nelson, V. Johnson, luvold, Baumann,
"On my honour-"
Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity
assembling college men in the fellowship of the scout
oath and law. They sponsor the Ugly Man Contest, the
Snow Sculpture Contest, Spring Sing, the Book Ex-
change, and an 'gall-college get-acquainted" dance.
Mernbers usher at convocations and assist with fresh-
man orientation. They held their Annual Founderls
Day Banquet in January and a picnic in May.
'Meetings are held twice a month in the Fireside
Room of the College Y. Membership is open to men
who have previously been members of the Boy Scouts
' of America. Officers were: Don Hanson, Jresidentg
Manual Talley, vice president, Alon Wielaliicl, treas-
urerg and Bob Tucker, secretary.
"Fire up! Go! Go! is a familiar cry promoted by the
NDSC Rahj ah Club at all athletic events." Urging stu-
dents to back the various teams by a cheering support
usually turns out to be a tremendous task.
The Rahjahs hold two scheduled pep rallies a year
and other impromptu ones, and are co-sponsors of
They award the Most Valuable Player Award to
the outstanding player of the SC-U series. Meetings are
held twice a month in the Student Union. New mem-
bers are selected by a majority vote of the present
members. Nearly all of the fraternities and many inde-
pendent groups are represented in the club.
They chose Ron Wolf as presidentg Gordon Child,
vice presidentg Laverne Russell, secretaryg Bob
Hughes, treasurerg and Don Besselievre, publicity
Row One: Wolf, Child. Row Two: Rumpca, Vusenden, Southum, Hughes, Kuutz-
mun. Row Three: Borchurdt, Murphy, Clark, Spichke, Gross. Row Four: Reinke,
Burley, Siuostod, Birkeland, Swenson, lavold, Nippolt, Beatty.
Row One: Montgomery, K. Swedlund, Kunellus. Row
Two: Zimmerman, Jones, Johnson, Ollinger, Hook, P.
"Membership in the Ski Club decreases each year due
to broken arms, legs, and skis. The older members fare
better than the younger ones because they have learned
to avoid the trees and other skiers which are apt to get
in the way."
The broken arms and legs are a joke of the Club
and not to be taken too seriously. Each member is an
enthusiastic skier, in spite of the frosty weather which
accompanies the sport.
During the winter months, the Club gathers at the
College "Yu every Thursday to plan their skiing jaunts
and, of all things, to pray for snow. They journey to
hills in North Dakota and near-by Minnesota on Sun-
days, and to faraway places such as Colorado and
Utah during spring vacation.
Then, as if they didn't do enough skiing during
the winter, shortly before school is out in the spring,
the Club has a picnic at the lake where they spend time
Officers were: Eddie Cordhammer, president, Rob-
ert Schroeder, vice president, and Sally Schroeder,
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Row One: Pierce, Hunke, Lund, Olson, Wisness, Luhlum. Row
Two: Valentine, Preuss, Siorbohen, Bisek, Price, Ziemun, Heduhl,
Duncan. Row Three: Geving, Smith, Summers, Schenfisch, Hein-
rich, Olson, advisor, Myrben, Stromstad, Olson, Cunningham,
6'Pr0vides opportunities for 4--H members to continue
their work during college."
The College 4-H Club was organized on the NDSC
campus in 1938 as a service organization. Membership
is open to students currently attending the colleges in
Fargo and Moorhead that are interested in the 41-H
The objective of the club is to be of service to the
college and state 4-H program while enabling the mem-
bers to continue their 4-H work. Activities of the club
include leadership meetings each month, a get-
acquainted party for freshmen, a welcome party for
the Short Course students, and a spring picnic. Also,
they sponsor a booth at the Little International.
Regular meetings are held the first Tuesday of each
month with special recreation training meetings the
third Tuesday of each month.
Officers include: David Lund, presidentg Margaret
Wisness, vice presidentg Cleo Olson, secretaryg Mari-
anne Hunke, treasurerg and Kenneth Olson, advisor.
Edwin Booth Club
Row One: Lancaster, Heine, Sigman, Whidden. Row
Two: Horne, Abraha-mson, Zimmerman, Pederson.
ulliomeo, oh Romeo-"
It was founded in 1907 by Alfred Arvold for the
purpose of stimulating a greater interest in dramatics
on the campus. The members assist and promote
productions of the Little Country Theater, usher at
Lyceums and entertain visiting Lyceum artists. An an-
nual Twelfth Night Revels masquerade is held the first
Saturday evening following Christmas in the Log
Cabin for Edwin Booth members, theater majors, and
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month
in the Lincoln Log Cabin. Membership is offered to
any sophomore, junior, or senior who has maintained
an average of 2.5 and has participated in at least 'three
Little Country Theater productions.
Officers were Charles Abrahamson, presidentg Don
Zimmerman, vice-presiclentg and Bruce Whidden, sec-
retary-treasurer. Advisor was ,lack Sigman.
Kneeling: Anderson, Rutherford, Olwin
Simons, Eaton. Row Two: Malia, Kaiser,
Abrahamson. Row Three: Lund, Simons,
Puufz, lee, Hendrickson, Marquurf.
"Dance at its best-and not jazz eitherf'
Orchesis provides an opportunity for the students
of NDSC to explore the area of creative dance. Repre-
senting the school in dance programs for various or-
ganizations in the community, the group plans a dance
workshop on campus.
Dancing at various occasions on campus, the group
sent delegates to a dance symposium in Minneapolis
Meeting every Tuesday in the fieldhouse, tryouts
are held for prospective members who are selected by
vote of the active members of Orchesis.
Joan Marquart was presidentg Janet Abrahamson,
vice-presidentg Aina Malta, secretary-treasurerg and
Neva Anderson, faculty advisor.
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"If you want to cooperate, really cooperate-"
Male students interested in cooperative efforts are
offered membership in the Farmers Union Cooperative
Association. The organization provides room and
board for its members while giving them a practical
application of cooperative principles.
Activities throughout the year are varied but em-
phasis is on those related to agriculture. Participation
is strong in the Little International as evidenced by
the presence of two past Grand Champion Showmen
among the active members. Term parties and a Farmers
Union Local Banquet are among the other activities.
Leading figures at the co-op house included Ed
Lovitt, manager of the Little International, and How-
ard Jundt, member of Blue Key fraternity.
Officers included Myron Birkeland, presidentg Presidem Lawrence Heh
Ronald Krenz, vice-presidentg Warner Johnson, secre-
taryg and Howard Jundt, treasurer.
Farmers Union Cooperative Association
Row One: Slingsby, Heinz, leupp, Schonberger, loffsgard, Anderson. Row Two: Lundstrom, Morrison,
Hart, Oberg, Nielson, Jacobs, Barge, Webster, Horne, Wesbrook, Strand.
"The man with a complacent smile on ROTC day. This
best describes the members of the Vetls Club, organized
in October 19537
The Vet's 'Club provides a medium for discussion
of material problems, and a means for social and recre-
ational activities. They sponsor projects during the
year such as donating gifts to the orphans homes at
Christmas, handling veterans problems in regard to
insurance and training, and conducting of a panel dis-
cussion on veterans affairs.
Along with their many projects, they held a fall
term party in the Memorial Union Ballroom, a winter
party at the Moorhead V.F.W., and a spring club picnic
at Oak Grove Park.
Those eligible to join the Vet's Club must have
served ninety days on active duty in the Armed Forces
of the U. S. or its Allies, and have been discharged
under honorable conditions or have been placed on
The officers are: Stan Pederson, commanderg I oe
Olson, vice-commanderg Don Carlson, chaplain, Bill
Strand, secretaryg and Wallace Webster, treasurer.
Row One: Anderson, Johnson, Jorgenson, Seelhammer, Schwankl, Ziegler, Row Two: Munn, Bradley, Stor-
beck, Cousins, Siedschlag, Martin, Schwartz, Ormberg, Jacobson, Howifz, King.
Row One: Wold, Selkirk, Swarfouf, Axfman, Heinz, Kubischfa. Row Two: Marlin, Miller, Erickson, Gerfh,
Gullingsrud, Larson, Sorenson, Moor, Pedersen, Olson, Julian, Hughs.
'They may not get to the Olympics-but we do have
some pretty good athletes of the fairer sex."
WAA promotes interest in physical education
among the women at NDSC as a means of promoting
physical efficiency, scholarship, and sportsmanship.
It was established on the campus in 1922.
WAA sponsors an intramural sports program for
the women on campus and each spring sponsors a
dance during the Bison-Sioux basketball series. Sweat-
ers aucl letters are awarded to girls earning 10 units
andiblankets and letters to girls earning 20 units.
A delegate is sent to the Athletic Federation of
College Wonien every 2 years. Any girl who has earned
one unit of credit in team or individual sports outside
of class work is eligible to join this organization.
Meetings are held weekly in the Field House under
the leadership of Delores Olson. Cleo Olson serves as
vice-president, and Joan Nordlund as secretary-
treasurer. Miss Elsie Raef is the advisor.
Women's Athletic Association
Basketball game between Alpha Gamma Della and
Gamma Phi Beta sororilies.
Row One: Bender, Montgomery, Fredrick, Edinger. Row
Two: Craven, Wilson, Joes, Davis, Geving, Dahl.
Bowling classes in the Memorial Union 1'
Row One: Nordlund, Slebbton, Melby, Rieder, Fehr.
Row Two: Nash, Olson, Bowman, Hugo, Skuur, Pfeif-
Row One: Hainy, Vollmers. Row Two: Senechul, Johnson, Ohlhuuser, Eia, Ander-
son, Eiken, Mondigo, Ehlers, Anderson. Row Three: Heuer, Anderson, Berg, Cook,
Rev. Luiz, Senechul. Row Four: Borchelf, Krenz, Senechal, Merke, Kaeding, Junk.
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uAn organization of Synodical Conference Lutheran
Students, which provides students with a positive pro-
gram of Christian fellowship based on Christian knowl-
edge and education."
The organization, which offers membership to any
college student, meets every Sunday in the student
room at the lmmanual Lutheran Church. lt was estab-
lished on the NDSC campus in 194-1.
The annual regional conference was held this year
June Anderson was presidentg Calvin Senechal,
vice-presidentg Darlene Olhauser, secretaryg and Ron-
ald Krenz, treasurer. Rev. John Lutz is the pastoral
advisor with Mr. C. O. Anderson serving as faculty
'gwesley Foundation provides Christian fellowship,
opportunities for leadership, and religious education
for Methodist students on campusf,
Methodist students join other religious groups in
participating in Religious Emphasis Week and last year
presented a scholarship to a Japanese student.
Delegates are sent annually to the leadership train-
ing conference at Lake Poinsett, South Dakota, and
to the national quadrennial conference at Lawrence,
Membership is extended to all college students of
FargoJMoo1'head. The group meets Sunday evenings
in the First Methodist church and on Thursday eve-
nings in the college "YP
Lyle Dawson was elected presidentg Ron Smith,
vice-president, and Barbara Vennerstrom, secretary.
Reverend Walter Pilgrim is the advisor.
Row One: Lund, North, Vennersirom, Vennerstrom, Oguchi, Anderson, Kaiser
Gordon, Heiforf. Row Two: Harbor, Aluzus, Erickson, Topp, Trichmann, Dawson
Asleson, Rev. Pilgrim, Dr. Brown, Krieg, Lund, Unkenholz, Kaptan, Giese, Rose
mfhe Lutheran Students Association endeavors to
bring Lutheran students on campus into closer contact
with one another."
Its purpose is to strengthen and sustain Christian
students in their faith through worship, study, and fel-
lowship. lt seeks to act as a positive influence on the
individual student and on the campus in all walks of
The new home of LSA at 1201 Thirteenth Avenue
North was dedicated April 25, 1954.
The group meets every Sunday morning for break-
fast and Bible study and at noon worship chapels lVlon-
day through Friday. Regular meetings are held every
Sunday evening in the parish house. Friday evening is
devoted to recreation followed by fireside vespers.
All interested students, regardless of denomination,
are encouraged to participate.
Officers are Kenneth Moxness, presidentg Carl
Sandager, first vice presidentg Delores Olson, second
vice presidentg Lorraine Kalgaard, secretaryg and
Lloyd Quatier, treasurerg Reverend ,lohn Schultz is the
pastor and Mrs. Othella Hauge 15 counselor. Km Memes' Proxy
Lutheran Student Association
Row One: Nelson, Rotenberger, Berg, Nelson, Peterson, Ruse, Skagen, Berg, Moxness, Bieber, Piepkorn, Moe. Row Two: Carpenter, Hlarth, Kandt,
Melby, Dahlen, Kandt, Wollan, Pederson, Heidellaerger, Piepkorn, Nordlund, Valentine, Toepke, Erickson, Rev. Schultz. Row Three: Erickson, Olson,
Schmitz, Kalgard, Seeklancler, Larsen, Posey, Keller, Solberg, Johanson, Olson, Wisness, Hoganson. Row Four: Hildebrand, Hartmann, Geving, Paul'
son, Hanson, Polsfut, Olson, lee, Anderson, Bourman, Thompson, Fernow, Pfeifle, Sluka. Raw Five: Stockman, Sinsthagen, Peterson, Gunderman,
Holen, Baillie, Olson, Larsen, Leiseth, Mattson, Kovell. Row Six: Quatier, Hoekstra, Hirsch, Haugen, Bieber, Astrup, Heinrich, Rushfeldt, Sandager,
Ness, Mass, Sorlie.
LSA Choir: Row One: Rev. Schultz, Geving, Polsfut, Hanson, Posey, Pederson,
Heidelberger, Piepkorn, Nordlund. Row Two: Paulson, Dahlen, Olson, Kandi,
Wollen, Keller, Lee, Anderson, Larsen. Row Three: Peterson, Gunderson, Haugen,
Holen, Rushfeldt, Baillie, Olson, Leiseth, Row Four: Skogen, Hirsch, Bieber, Piep-
lkorn, Rase, Heinrich, Sandager, Ness, Mass.
LSA Officers: Seated in front: Les Amundson, Howard Nelson, Lloyd Quafier,
Marvin Duncan. Row Two: Kandi, Paulson, Dahlen, Olson, Sandager, Larsen,
Stockman, Moxness, Ness, Hneksira, Haugen, Fernow, Sorensen, Madson, Olson,
'cNot another new type of vision but rather a strong
campus organization -such is the 3-D center."
Working together in the organization known as
3-D are three denominations, Congregational, Presby-
terian, and Baptist, promoting fellowship and social
activities. Organized on the campus in 1953, member-
ship is open to anyone with the desire to join.
3-D meets weekly in the center in the college
YMCA. Co-moderators during the year were Del
Hlavinka, Beth Turner, and lVIarlys Pautz.
Rodger Williams Club: Row One: Turner, Elofson, Duckstacl. Row Two: Egli, Anderson
Three Denomlnahonal Center
Westminisfer Foundation: Goodwin, Meuhlin, Zaylskie, Rev. Wigfield, Paulson, Kulseth, Hlovinka, MucFarlund.
John Robinson Club: Voelker, Henning, Robinson, Pautz. Row Two: Akason, Noden, Rev. Mcluin, Kirl. Row Three
Ditlmer, Voelker, Kirk, Flatts, Suck.
Informal scene at the 3-D Center:
Row One: Sack, Turner, Pautz,
Zoylskie. Row Two: Hlavinku, Rev.
Father Durkin, Chaplain, Bill Chamberlain, vice-presi-
dent, Kay Benson, faculty advisor, Marianne Hunke,
secretary: Bernie Simon, president, Tony Mendesh,
'cThe Newman Club holds group discussions and social
hours for Catholic students."
The club is designed to promote the spiritual, intel-
lectual, and social welfare of students. The aim is to
bring its members in touch with their religion, and to
provide recreation and entertainment for them. It was
established on this campus in 1925 by Bishop Leo F.
Row One: Mische, Bouvetie, Jasques, Frank, Foriney,
Troilier, Flint. Row Two: Pekas, Harmon, Vettel, Berger
Kubisiak, Dufuulx, Hoffman. Row Three: Hurley, Madler,
Boucher, Jundt, Moore, Hunke, McGuire.
Activities include a formal term party during the
winter term, a Valentine's Day dance, picnics with the
MSTC Newman Club in the spring, and several record
Peg Harding received the John Henry Newman
Award for outstanding work locally and nationally.
Meetings are held the first and third Thursday of
each month in the Newman House. A daily Rosary is
held in the Newman Chapel and a communion break-
fast the last Sunday of each month. Membership is
open to all Catholic students at NDSC.
Officers were Bernie Simon, president, Bill Cham-
berlain, vice president, Marianne Hunke, secretary,
Father Durkin, chaplain, and Kay Benson, advisor.
Row One: Barrett, Souber, Horner, Wright, Hoffman, .lanes
Zink, Vandal. Row Two: Sinner, McDonald, Eide, Schultz, Kes-
per, Bear, Sinner. Row Three: Offerdahl, Mousseau, Hutler,
Moss, Hostod, Summers, Schritx, Nillis, Gallagher. Row Four:
Coauefle, link, DeVardine, Harmon, Targ, Heli, Merlens.
Row One: Nelson, Schnell, Plclz, Ryan, Barstad, Folstrom,
Bisek. Row Two: Rumpcu, Schwanlcl, Wolf, Rosa, Seelhammer,
Axtmun, lommel. Row Three: Blazek, Nagel, Koble, Johanne-
son, Geclc, lrsfeld, lies, Riepl.
Row One: Anderson, Ekstrom, Elofson, Sack, Bieber, Work-
enfin. Row Two: Hathaway, Hlavinku, DeKrey, Bieber, Kirk,
Men's Christian Association
Wfhe YMCA is a world-wide fellowship of men united
by a common loyalty to Christ for the purpose of
developing Christian personality and building a Chris-
Many parties and discussion groups are sponsored,
including the Freshman Mixer in the fall, faculty fire-
sides throughout the year, the Thanksgiving Evensong,
faculty student discussion groups, and weekly coffee
hours. Six members attended the large national Student
YM-YW Assembly at Kansas at Christmas while other
members attended the North Central Area Conference
held annually at Lake Geneva, Wiscoiisin, in June.
Officers were Stanley Elofson, presidentg Loran
Bieber, vice presidentg Kent Sack, secretaryg and Arne
Ekstrom, treasurer. Dr. Frank Cassel was chairman
of the Board of Directors and Charles Markman was
executive secretary. -
4'YWOA, divided into 3 groups, Freshman Commis-
sion, Sophomore Commission, and the Cabinet, brings
women of all religions together through a common
Each year, according to tradition, a big-little party
is held during Orientation Week and, during the
Christmas season, the hanging of the green to decorate
the NY." Throughout the year joint parties are held
with the YMCA.
Delegates are sent to the regional camp at Lake
Geneva, Wisconsin annually, while this year Marion
Sand and Margaret Henning were sent to the quadren-
nial conference at Lawrence, Kansas.
Membership is extended to any girl of any religion
and meetings are held twice monthly at the HY."
The group elected Elaine Geiszler as president,
JoAnn Just as vice-president, 'Mary Ellen Birkeland
as secretaryg and Beverly Akason as treasurer. Mrs.
John Benneson is advisor.
One: Kisser, Geieszler, Ogushi, Akuson,
Henning. Row Two: Birkelond, Fernow,
Puutz, Peach, Solberg, DeKrey, Gronhovd.
Row One: Fossay, Sand, Paulson, Kandi,
Thompson. Row Two: Slinde, Baumann,
Plaits, Olson, Posey, Mattson, Robinson
of social acfivifies
-from fall rushing
To spring-Term parties
made us happy, though often dizzy 'foo
Row 'l: Sloften, Radcliffe, Horne, Borchurdf,
Hildre. Row 2: Rulon, Wurnes, Ellingsberg,
Hart, Beatty, Advisor Stallings.
4'The liaison officers of NDSC"
The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is the
betterment of relations among fraternities and between
fraternities and the college, while helping to solve ira-
Projects include Help Week, the lnterfraternity
Council Ball, and the Model Man contest.
Each year the group gives an outstanding Fresh-
man Athlete a scholarship of 31525 per quarter, awarded
during the 1nan's sophomore year.
One delegate is sent each year to national conven-
tion, held during the fall quarter. Meetings are held
the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, alter-
nating between fraternity houses. The group consists
of three representatives from each fraternity.
Officers include: Laverne Russell, president, Mer-
lin Ludwig, vice-president, Eugene Carlson, secretary,
Ray Horne, treasurer, Cary Hart, publicityg and H.
Dean Stallings, advisor.
Row 1: Ericksmoen, Geston, Krebsbuch
Row 2: Kvcmme, Hughes, Hanson, Wolf
Gion, Ziegler, Carlson, Russell, Davis.
HKnows all, sees all, does allw-this is not the
proverbial wise old owl, but an organization which
is known as Panhellenic. Their job is to develop
good inter-sorority relationships and also to de-
velop interest in sororities on the campus.
There are two delegates who are elected by their
own sorority.from each of the six sororities on
campus. Some of the social activities which Pan-
hellenic sponsors during the 'year are the Charity
Ball and school dances. A scholarship bracelet is
presented to the independent girl with the highest
scholastic average from the Panhellenic Council.
Officers are Mary Hagen, president, ,lane Haas,
secretaryg and Judy Sherwood, treasurer.
Row I: Hagen, S. Haas, J. Haas, Turner. Row 2:
Siroup, Filzloff, Sherwood, Pierce, Peterson, Widdi-
field. Row 3: Monson, Geiszler.
Quite a switch from the proverbial pastime, bridge.
Pledges: Darlene Bender, ,loan
Cantwell, Anna Mae Davis, La-
Verne Duncanson, Ann Ebling,
Sally Fossay, Nancy Fredricks,
Gayle Joos, Rosemary Leupp,
Donna Montgomery, Shirley
Peterson, Kay Swedlund, Janet
Prexy Pat Ebeltoft plays
her favorite platter.
Jean Hoge Bergren
Alpha Gamma Delta
'4Ordina1'il'y silence may be golden, but with the
combined talents of the bus boys and the pledges, si-
lence at the Alpha Gamma Delta house meant the
vanishing of actives' coats or possibly the silverwaref'
Alpha Cams kept up ia busy schedule with the
annual Christmas Party for orphans with Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Fraternity, selling Easter lilies for the Crip-
pled Children's fund, an aquatic meet, winter and
spring term parties, a senior breakfast, coffee hours,
Spring Sing and the Feast of Roses. Last year's honors
made them two time winners of the Spring Sing tro-
phy, the scholarship plaque and the volley-ball trophy.
Campus notables at the AGD house included: Bar-
bara Widdifield and Pat Ebeltoft, outstanding in many
activities, and JoAnne Grimes, Erlys Fernow and
Presiding at meetings was Pat Ebeltoft. Elaine
Ceiszler reigned as vice-president, Janet Bosworth as
secretary, and Beverly Olson as treasurer.
Beta Beta, 1210 Thirteenth Avenue North
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Alpha Omicron, 1259 Thirteenth Street North
Gamma Phi Beta
N 'Touchdown, left end reverse, and smear 'em' are
familiar phrases echoing in the amusement room
at the Gamma Phi house. The Beasts practiced faith-
fully for their annual classic, the Bromo bowl with
the beauties of ATO. There was no indication that the
game was fixed but it was the Beasts turn to win
The social life of the Gamma Phis this year in-
cluded the annual Founders Day Banquet, a potluck
supper for fathers, two term parties, a Christmas cozy,
and the Orphan party with the ATOs. Last year both
their production act with the ATOS and their curtain
act in Bison Brevities won first place. This year their
float for homecoming placed first.
Noted Gamma Phis on campus were Barbara Ar-
neson, outstanding in many activities, and Patti Jones,
Bev Kraus, Joan Nelson, and Kay McGeary.
Officiating at the weekly get-togethers was Bar-
bara Arneson. Veep was Gloriann Erickson Heine-
meyer, with Ruth Olwin, recording secretary, and
JoAnn Willert, treasurer.
Pledges: Charlotte Aamodt,
Marilyn Abbey, Jean Anderson,
JoAnne Anderson, Sandra Ben-
edict, Audrey Brekke, Kay Cha-
pin, Marjorie Cobb, Judy Ham-
mer, Pat Larson, Sally Schroe-
der, Karen Sluka, Sonja Scott.
Prexy Barb Arneson conversing with her most preferred male.
Notice that diamond.
Believe it or not, these gals are taking a sun bath in November.
Prexy Sally Lohman is also a maestro. All she needs is the candelabra.
The gals often tell their housemothers about their dates.
Pledges: Virginia Anderson
Audrey Bilden, Marilyn Bruns-
volcl, Roberta Enger, Betty Fort-
ney, Terryl Ann Frank, Dianne
Hoss, JoAnne Homuth, Joann
Johnson, Carol Kramer, Roberta
Peterson, Carolyn Pierce, Con-
nie Roth, JoAnn Sinner, Carol
Soeby, Joan Stanimen.
Terryl Ann Frank
Kappa Alpha Theta
'6Ain,t gonna neecl this house no longer," is the
theme song.of the KATS this year. A new house com-
plete with hoarding facilities will be completed for
the Fall term of 1955. Some features of the house are
its curved brick wall and ,its two stories. The KATS
new house will be a welcome addition to Sorority
KATS kept busy this year by holding their annual
orphan party with the Sigma Chis, coffee hours ffor
which they are iamousj, a senior breakfast in the
spring, Spring Sing, a Christmas term party followed
by a slumber party, and a Spring party. The contri-
bution to Bison Brevities last year 'was "Winter
Kept busy running to one meeting or another were
Frances Lohman, member of Senior Staff, and Sonia
Swanke, Renee Baker and Mary Hagen.
The officers of this group were Frances Lohman,
presidentg Eunice Anderson, vice-presidentg Irene
Crosby, secretaryg and Joyce Lorenz, treasurer.
Gamma Nu, 1223 Eleventh Avenue
Sigma Psi, 1261 Thirteenth Street North
'40h, what a beautiful morning?" lament the few
survivors of the KD's renowned "slumberless" parties
held each quarter. Donned in their night gowns and
night caps, the KDs roast marshmallows in the fire-
place, pop popcorn, and eat, eat, eat, all night long.
Perhaps some sleep was lost by its members but that
was compensated by the fun and companionship
Activities that kept the girls at the bungalow on
the corner busy included taking second place with
their homecoming float, a Christmas term party and
a formal party in the spring, Bison Brevities, Spring
Sing, and the famous KD Diner.
Active members in the Kappa Delta chapter in-
cluded Jane Haas, Womenls Senate president, and
Dorothy Ryan, Doris Anderson, Sonja Blegen, and
Presiding at meetings was Jane Haas. Dorothy
Ryan was vice-presidentg Margaret Olsong secretaryg
and Doris Anderson, treasurer.
Pledges: Beverly Askling, Joyce
Bouvette, Lisa Duckstacl, Mary
Eide, Joyce Eriksmoen, Pat
Hagen, Karen Hinman, Helen
Knight, Colleen Miller, Cheryl
Mirgain, Shirley Mogen, Mary
Ann Olson, Joann Tomlinson,
Pat Trom, Susan Wheeler.
Prexy June Haas fakes a breather from her many activities.
These fashion-wise gals are discussing Ihe Dior H-line. Wonder what they are saying?
Prexy Kay Donovan strikes a pose for our photographers.
Ordinarily it takes four for bridge, but not at the KKG house.
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' Barbara Vaughn
Kappa Kappa Gamma
4'Dig that crazy house attached to the Kappa Key.
Real nervous! It has one entire wall of glass-the
better to see the frat house across the Way, my clear?
A new custom, 'started hy the pledges, is the
presentation of a traveling medallion to a deserving
active named 'cKappa of the Monthf' Their pledge
captain, Bobby Vaughn, was the first proud wearer.
Events that kept the KKGS going included the
annual Christmas tree trimming party, spring and
fall term parties, a Valentines Day Orphan party, cof-
fee hours, a scholarship banquet, Spring Sing and
the Gamma Tau spring picnic with the Sigs. Last year
they took first place in Bison Brevities ticket sales and
second with their production act, 4'Nutcracker Suite,"
in cooperation with Alpha Gamma Rho.
Campus notables in the Kappa chapter include
Jane Heifort, Air Debs Commander, and Judy Sher-
wood and Kay Donavan.
Presiding at sessions are Kay Donavan, president,
Betty Ann Lee, vice-president, Virginia Pratt, secre-
tary, and Audrey Little, treasurer.
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Pledges: Karen Edinger, Ruth
Mortenson, Teddy Jo Paulson,
Pat Rhyne, Norene Sanford,
Donna Jean Erickson
Pledges: Majorie Covell, Janet
Farlow, Grace Johnson, Elsie
Keller, Lorna Larsen, ,loan
Lindbo, Patsy Mattson, Arlene
Rott, Eleanor Shields, Patricia
Turner, Margaret Vfisness.
'4Alter only one, short wonderful year ol existence,
the imaginary tunnel joining the Phi Mu house and
the SPD house will become extinct. The Phi Mu gals
are deserting the engineers for a new dwelling in the
Sorority Circle on 12th Street and 13th Avenue."
Activities that 'kept the girls at 1348 12th Avenue
busy included the annual Halloween party for orphans,
term parties, a Founders, Day banquet, and the mak-
ing of toy carts to he given to hospitals at Christmas
time. They were the proud winners of the Ugly Man
Trophy whentlieir candidate, Larry Sjaastad, won
the contest. 'They also won second place in Spring Sing.
Busy Phi Mus were Cynara Remboldt, Kappa
Epsilon president, and Joyce Kirkus, vocalist for the
Paul Hanson orchestra.
Presiding at meetings was Gloria Hoganson. Her
assistants were Patricia Noden, vice-presiclentg Cynara
Remboldt, secretaryg and Beth Turner, treasurer.
Prexy Gloria Hogenson enioys reading. It appears these presidents can be
Jocelyn Kirkus gives the gals some singing lessons.
Pledges: Clarence Anderson,
Rodger Anderson, Neil Bjorn-
son, Mike Brandvik, Al Brenti-
son, Judine Brusseau, Ray
Brinkman, Howard Cariveau,
William Coit, Lyle Erickson,
Fred Flanders, James Fowler,
Richard Helland, Darrell Hen-
ry, Lynn Howe, Eugene Jensen,
Richard Johnson, Floyd Larson,
Merle Larson, Terry Lorenzen,
Curt Lundeby, Darrell Lura,
Ronald Mehrer, Maurice Moen,
David Mork, Arne Nysteun,
Lincoln Schneider, Dale Stur-
laugson, Marvin Werner,
George Schwartz, Morris Ron-
ingen, Darrell Reber.
It doesn't look like Prexy George Hildre will get
much warmth from that fireplace.
lt looks like these guys are engaged In a famous bull session
Alpha Gamma Rho
wllrying to set the world on fire-with 'the biggest
fireplace on campus, the AGR's are a step ahead of
us all. For more conservative use, the fireplace is used
for fireside entertainments at least once a lnonthf'
Alpha Gamma Rho is a national agriculture fra-
ternity and one of the largest on the campus. Very
active, they have received the following awards: first
place in Spring Sing, second in 1954- Brevities, nation-
ally awarded second for chapter activities, and first
for contributions to their fraternity magazine.
Three term parties including the Pink Rose winter
formal plus a Christmas party for Fargo orphans with
the Kappa Delta's and an annual auxiliary picnic
round out their social life.
Cited as the outstanding fraternity member na-
tionally was Gary Hart. Other ubiga' men were Gary
Gibbons, Ray Buelow, George Hildre, Darel Leetun,
Ed Vasey and Dick Strand. Five members of "Who's
Who" and the presidents of the Saddle and Sirloin
club, Agronomy club, FFA, and Arnold Air Society
were among its members. Also, a large representation
took part in the Little International, an annual event.
Officers are: George Hildre, presidentg Gary Hart,
vice-presidentg Ray Buelow, secretaryg and Ed Vasey,
Epsilon, 1303 Thirteenth Street North
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Alpha Tau Cmega
uluocated on the southern tip of the campus is the
Alpha Tau Omega house surrounded by a huge terrace.
With the southern exposure they often bask in the sun
while relaxing on their terrace and occasionally take
a dip in their pool-in North Dakota? ? ? ?-
dreamer! ! l l"
The ATO's won first place in homecoming house
decorations and in ticket sales, first place in the 1954
Bison Brevities in cooperation with Gamma Phi Beta
first place and first place in intramural softball.
Among the chapter sponsored activities were the
Bromo Bowl, a Christmas party for Fargo Orphans,
three term parties and the sponsoring of Sally Ander-
son as Military Ball Queen.
Leading members were Don Zimmerman, manager
of the Radio Station, Ray Horne, director of the Brevi-
ties, and Doug Hanson, Lee Johnson, Mike Fogel, and
Ray Horne presided as president with Ralph
Wheeler as vice-president, Doug Hanson as secretary
and Art Rulon as treasurer.
Pledges John Babcock, Du-
Waylle Beaver, Charles Bohnet,
Robert Brown, Duane Ditch,
Arnolcl Ellingson, ,lim Feeney,
Faye Fisher, Roger Cebhart,
Shelley Gordon, ,lim Green,
Warren Cullickson, ,lack Her-
zog, Tom Hoggarth, George
Hoghaug, Dick Horst, Gary
Jensen, Dean Kleven, ,lim
Madsen, ,lim Meier, Jerry On-
sager, Bill Rosenberg, Don Sal-
monson, Chuck Sleffan, Mor-
ris Walte1', Clarence Weitz.
lt's hard to figure out if Prexy Ray Horne is displaying the
trophies or his Blue Key sweater.
Either these fellows are new at bridge or the extra players aren't wanted. Which is it?
Brotherhood doesn't always mean complete harmony. lt seems that some of the brothers are interrupting an important
Pledges: Melvin Braaten, Ar-
don Herman, Ordean Jacobson,
Darrel Johnson, LaVern Kreft,
Norman Lemmon, Jerome Pe-
kas, Donald Phillips, Neil Reff,
James Stafslien, Milton Vaner-
It looks like Prexy Lawrence Helt is going somewhere,
probably after his date.
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Darell Johnson , J
Jerome Pekas Q
C. A. Hansen
'4The most envied fraternity on campus was the
Farmhouse when they moved into the duplex occupied
on one side by the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority."
After acquiring a house the Farmhouse petitioned
the National Farmhouse Fraternity for the right to
become a member of the national organization.
Among the activities of Farmhouse were active
participation in the Little International, winning the
interfraternity scholarship trophy for the seventh con-
secutive quarter, a Spring picnic, and three term
The leaders in the fraternity were Don Piepkorn,
International Farm Youth Exchange Student, and
LaDon Johnson, Lawrence Helt, Dennis Warnes, and
Officers were: Lawrence Helt, president, Ken De-
Krey, vice-president, Don Moore, secretary, and Al-
fred Hanson, treasurer.
local, 1322 Twelfth Avenue North
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Befu Sigma, 1249 'ITM Street North
"The only fraternity on campus required to take
the course, Doctor's Hen Scratching lOl."
Such is the fate of the Kappa Psi's, a professional
pharmacy fraternity. Activities throughout the year
included first place in intramural football and second
place in 1954- Spring Sing. They became one of the
stronger fraternities on the campus as they established
a scholarship fund, formed a jazz combo to entertain
at campus affairs, and had -an outstanding musician,
Big men on campus were Leverne Russell, Inter-
frat council president, and Ron Wolf, Dick Berg, and
Officers are, president, Ron Wolf, vice-president,
Jim Rumpcag secretary, Duane McCullough, and
treasurer, Hollis Balke.
Pledges: Richard Alstatt, Bill
Baille, Warren Bennett, Ray
Berger, Kenneth Borg, Robert
Bouclreau, James Carlson, Gene
Cortese, Larry Dufault, De-
Verne Dunnum, Glenn Harri-
son, Keith Hayford, ,lon Hol-
combe, Lanny Holm, Vernon
Kluck, John Hovde, Phillip
Larke, Dick Maves, Gordon
Melland, Tom Mensing, Ray
Messner, Roy Moore, Blayne
Myhre, Kenneth Ryan, Don
Schiefer, Laurel Stoxen, Clif-
All Prexy Ronald Wolf needs is a suit of armour to help guard
These fellows are notorious. Their iazzband plays for many of
the school parties, scheduled or unscheduled.
These Kappa Slgs l.ke io loosen up their vocal chords once in u while. It's goocl for a guy.
Prexy Bob Hughes stands by the proudly possessed schol-
arship award which is presented euch year by the Inter-
fraternity Council to the frat with the highest scholarship.
Pledges: Don Berge, Dennis
Claus, Dennis Gross, Frank
Gunderman, Don Howitz, Lc-
roy Hjelmstad, Arnold Jorgen-
son, Al Larson, Dick Lucas,
Dennis Maas, Lyle Miller, Har-
lan Ormbreck, Duane Reger.
Kappa Sigma Chi
"We came to college, but did we come for knowl-
edge?,' question the fun-loving men of Kappa Sig
along with the two thousand other students of State.
Kappa Sigma Chi prided themselves on being a
local fraternity that is admired for its members abili-
ties and interests in campus activities and sports.
Some of the fraternities' activities were their three
term parties, an Anniversary Banquet, first place in
homecoming float decorations and participation in
Active members at old S-tate were Ken Moxness,
LSA prexy, Bob Hughes and Don Besselievre.
The fraternity elected Bob Hughes, presidentg
Donn Besselievre, vice-presidentg Tom Howitz, secre-
taryg and Chuck Culland, treasurer.
Local, 1131 Fourteenth Street North
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
'4We vant to be alonel need no longer be the cry of
the SAE7s when one of their wealthy alums donates
S550 thousand dollars toward a new house."
Although the SAE's are isolated from the campus
of North Dakota State, this does not hinder their par-
ticipation in campus activities and sports. Some of
their more social moments included their three term
parties fat one of which they wore Burmucla shortsl ,
an annual Christmas party for orphans, the Sprihg
Formal, Founder's Day, and the selection of Doroles
Hollancls as their Dream Girl.
Noted members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon were Don
Ellingsberg, member of the Student Commission, and
Martin Borchelt, and several starters on both 'the foot-
ball and basketball varsity teams.
The officers of SAE were Don Ellingsberg, presi-
dentg Doug Goedert, vice-presidentg Del Schoephoer-
ster, secretaryg and Tom Radcliffe, treasurer.
Pledges: Wayne Braaten, James
Breyer, Paul Buegler, Bob De-
Jardine, John Driscoll, Edwin
Forsyth, Leslie Fuchs, Pete
Gjertson, Kerry Helmeke,
James Kurvers, Frank Leupp,
Stanley Lundine, John Miller,
Richard Monson, James No-
land, Curtis Rangen, Ruben
Reinke, Gene Stockman, Fred
Stover, Paul Swedlund, Jerry
Walters, Richard Wilson, Dick
Woodwarcl, Sylvan Melroe.
Prexy Don Ellingsburg, book in hand, standing by fire-
place, could only mean one of two things-he's going
to read it, or burn it.
You clon't suppose fhey're watching TV?
Sometimes even frat men have to get down to business. Could this be a pledge meeting?
Prexy Eldred Morgan enioys "Life" by the fireplace.
Pledges: Cary Davis, Duane
Devries, James Cronhovd,
Robert Hegrenes, Charles Hunt-
ley, Philip Hurd, Dennis Kyllo,
Carlton Lohse, Charles Mel-
dahl, Kenneth Meske, Larry
Monteith, Terrance McDowell,
Harold Nilles, Donald Olm-
stead, Donald Peterson, Byron
'UNO man's land,' better known as Sorority Circle,
where the males are outnumbered five to one, is the
location of the happiest fraternity on campus-Sigma
Not only do the Sigs have a modern house with
newly remodeled furnishings but modern ideas such
as unsuccessfully introducing a pajama party to old
Activities in which the Sigs participated includes
their homecoming smorgasbord, the annual Orphan's
Christmas party with the Thetas, the Gamma Tau Pic-
nic in the spring with the Kappa's, and three term
parties including the Sweetheart Ball a.t which Kathy
Gerteis was crowned 'Sweetheart of Sigma Chif
Active members on campus were ,lim Schaak,
Who's Who, and Eldred Morgan, Glenn Hill, and the
famous Steve Canyon of comic book fame.
The Sigs were ruled by the "iron hand" of Eldred
Morgan, president, who was assisted by James Wilhn-
ing, vice-president, James Larsen, secretary, and Dick
Pratt, treasurer. A
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Sigma Phi Delta
'4Experience is the best teacher," so the engineers of
SPD put their book-learning to practical use by build-
ing a tunnel to their neighbor, the Phi Mu house. The
first tunnel was imaginary but who knows when they
might have to build a real one!
The social life of the SPDS included two formal
term parties, an old fashioned hard times affair, and
an orphan party with the Phi Mu sorority. During
homecoming celebrations, Sigma Phi Delta won first
place for house decorations.
They have a unique system of rushing freshmen,
advantageous because new members are only pledged
during or after the winter quarter. By this time a
rusheeis scholastic eligibility is determined.
Leaders on campus belonging to Sigma Phi Delta
were Gordon Child and Vic Zeigler.
Chief engineers at the SPD house were John Hoi-
stad, presidentg Jim Beatty, vice-presidentg Jerry
White, treasurerg and Melvin Sarvella, secretary.
Pledges: Kent Doeling, Bruce
Farnum, Don Hanson, Emery
Larson, Dean Nyquist, Lyle
Nelson, Sith Twichell, Alon
Wieland, Dennis Wilson, Leon-
Louis Van Slyck
Prexy John Hoisfad poses by an important par? of each frat house, the
Even the sfudious engineers fake time out occasionally.
If you need a course in "how to relax" these men are experts.
Prexy Merle Ludwig, one of the experts, is also capable of
givinq "smile" lessons.
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Pledges: Grant Anderson, Rolfe
Balow, Clarence Becker, Morris
Bistad, Melvin Braun, William
Byram, Daniel Carlson, Ken
Conroy, Thomas Day, Conrad
Dahl, Dennis Defehr, James
DeRosier, Otto Ellison, David
Gentzkow, John Gustafson,
James Hunt, Phillip Kasowski,
Paul Kloster, Robert Larson,
Leroy Maxwell, Curtis Myers,
Robert Nippolt, Ronald Ose-
land, Thomas Pfenning, Rich-
ard Preskey, John Stiening,
Dennis Sundeth, James Win-
ter, Lee Winter, John Williiiaii.
Larry Van Berkom
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"One for all and all for one, but keep an eye on your
tux,', is the motto of the Joyboys from Theta Chi.
Une of the more social organizations on campus,
the Joyboys extra-curricular activities included three
term parties, an Orpharfs Christmas party with repre-
sentatives from each sorority assisting, the Pig Ban-
quet, electing Kay Donavan their Dream Girl, and
various other functions too numerous to mention.
The pledge class, composed primarily of future
Bison gridders, was the largest on campus.
Noted Theta Chis were Magnus Geston, prexy of
Blue Key, and Nick Roster, Merlin Ludwig, and Hal
Presiding officers during the past year were presi-
dent Merlin Ludwig, vice-president Jack Krebsbach,
secretary Hal Miller, and treasurer Magnus Geston.
Phi, 1307 Thirteenth Street North
Council: Wheeler, treasurer: Thompson, sec-
retary, Geiszler, vice-president, Ryan, presi-
dent. Mrs. Piers, housemother.
Women's Residence Hall
4'The center of the campus, the center of attraction,
the first place girls sign for, that's the new WOID6HlS
Residence Hall, a terrific addition to the NDSC cam-
pus. Filled to the brim, the halls rock from morning
,til night with music, chatter and laughterf,
Prexy Dot Ryan presides over the hall meetings,
aided by Elaine Geiszler, vice-president, Janet Thomp-
son, secretaryg and Susan Wheeler, treasurer. Mrs.
Piers, the houseinother, advises the council and her
Convenient washing machines, driers, and kitchen-
ettes make life in the new dorm easy as well as pleasant.
Practical jokers keep beds well supplied with crackers,
salt, and short-sheetings. The new dorm is a paradise
of new rooms, soft furniture, and friendly people for
those who live there.
Row One: Hulsfrand, Wright, Craven, Richard
son, Price, Johanson. Row Two: Birkeland, John
son, Goodwin, Seeklonder, Hanson, Shields
Sorenson, Gronhovd, Valentine.
Row One: Deal, Abrahamson, Ger-
teis, Qualley, Anderson, Zielsdorf,
Lee, McGeary. Row Two: Fossay,
Ebling, Pierce, Pederson, Bergan,
Sommers, Soehy, Fernow, Moe,
Monson, Willert, McAllister.
Row One: Anderson, Mattson, Kandt, Solberg, Nord-
lund, Kulcowslci, Platz, Stebleton, Reider. Row Two:
Ehlers, Holt, Fagerlund, Larson, Tallackson, Lindbo,
Simons, Evensiad, Olson, Dahlen, Fehr, Pfeiffer, Farlow,
Row One: Haas, lendobeio, Cullen, Fenne, Hill. Row ,
Two: Vaughn, Ebeltoft, Hunstad, Sand.
Row One: Posey, Tuthill, Allan, Olson, Wollen,
Anderson, Schmitz, Adams, Saba. Row Two:
Davis, Peterson, leupp, Brekke, Cantwell, Bau-
l mann, Anderson, Stammen.
Row One: McAuley, Romsland,
Haas, Johnson, Ostlund. Row Two:
Remlaoldf, Sonderland, Noden,
Johnson, Madson, Rofl, Melby,
Women's Residence Hall
Row One: Nelson, Polsfut, Pfeifle, Hartman, Toepke,
Little. Row Two: DeKrey, Slraor, Bowman, Schnell
Palmer, Mondigo, Aofedt.
Row One: Duncanson, Bouvehe, Pautz,
Hanson, Garrison, Henning, Peach, Aka-
Row Two: Maier, Nash, Enger, Roehrich,
Jacques, Paulson, Olson, Montgomery,
'4Ceres Hall serves as a home away from home
for many NDSC Coeds.'7
It promotes a spirit ol friendliness and co-
operation among women who live in the dor-
mitory. The group is governed by the Ceres
Hall Council under the guidance of the social
director, Mrs. lVlildred Kirst. Meetings are
held whenever the need arises. Several tradi-
tional affairs are held every yearg a get
acquainted party in the fall, the Christmas
Party, and a formal Spring Banquet honoring
Presiding over Ceres Hall this year were
Karen Sluka, presidentg Jane Kanellas, vice-
presidentg Karen Hinman, secretaryg and Pat
Seated: Barsfcd, Bear, Sanford, Sluka, Vollmers.
Back Row: Morgan, Vehslage, Sfeffes, Geving, Rudi,
Back Row: Larsen, Grewuiz, Schulz. Seated: Platts,
Kirk, Bassingfhwaife, Dahl. On CI1-air Arms: Robinson,
Siorbaften. On Chairs: Ohlhauser, Piepkorn, Lee. On
Floor: Kasper, Knight.
Seated: Rhyne, Morfenson, Bakken, Roth,
Hedahl, Askling, Miller, Ericksmoen, Slinde.
On Floor: Trom, Swedlund, Hagen. W
Row One: Martin, Johnson, Herr, Peter-
son, Ness, Bissell. Row Two: Lemmon,
Goodwin, Moen, Herman, Denich, Vaner-
sfrom, Cummins, Hormsen.
Row One: Truutmon, Anderson, Buer,
Gruebele, Lahlum, Hegg. Row Two: Bron-
ning, Gaurder, Crohn, Tuihill, Brenteson,
Evenson, McDaniel, Nurum.
MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL
Row One: Gollager, Bihrle, Sfromstad, Heinrich
lukes, Fullerton. Row Two: Hellem, While, Holm
Bralholi, Haus, Miller, Hillesland, Daly.
Row One: Conzemius, Wilson, leum, Ruse,
Morlock, Evovolcl. Row Two: Odenbrelt, Rie-
der, Stilwell, Asfrup, Twichell, Coaueh, Morse,
Row One: Hollstensguurd, Jones, Schuacle,
Stockmun, Sorlie, Phillips. Row Two: Wolf,
laFleur, Davidson, Nelson, Dahl, Cliffgurd,
Row One: Vundine, Bifz, Sack, Ariihson, Wuhlefield,
Horner. Row Two: Ryan, Anderson, lillevig, Han-
nesson, Boyer, McFerran, Skumfer.
Row One: Holcombe, Christianson, Zook,
Barrett, Jaffe, Jensen. Row Two: Grenz,
Midtlao, Beck, Davidson, Meske, Sairom,
Row One: Prielze, Chase, Hanson, Finseih,
Gerrh, Nelson. Row Two: Clark, Struchynski,
Fuchs, Brinkman, Samuelson, Jacobsen, Berg,
Row One: Holm, Schwartz, McCann, Kippen,
Mountain, Larson. Row Two: Joyce, Kubisch-
ta, Sauber, Knight, Flanders, Peterson, Ken-
warcl, Gores, Sauer, Hughes.
Row One: Christensen, Gelneff, Guiknecht, Vrem. Row Two: Janssen,
Thiele, Buckeye, Grewotz, McElwuin.
FIELD HOUSE BARRACKS
Row One: Sturdevunl, Henry, Strom, Sfurdevonl, Reber, Keeser, Friede.
Row Two: Zueger, Braun, long, Miller, Willman, Kasowski, Byrum.
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with no exams af
Think of graduation,
end of final Term, 2
marriage and, oh yes, 'rheir careers
The Outstanding Seniors of 1955
ln wholehearted continuation of a policy
begun in 1930, the Bison is once again
honoring those Seniors who, in the judg-
ment of an impartial committee, have
shown during their enrollment at NDSC the
most outstanding achievement and ability,
whether in one or several fields.
Though the terminology of recognition
has not always been consistent-those hon-
ored were for many years designated as
Hrepresentativew but more recently and
more appropriately as "outstanding"-
those selected, this year as in previous
years, without exception have displayed a
combination of qualities which have made
them ol noteworthy service to the school,
and marked them with high possibilities
for success in their chosen field.
The selections were made this year, as
for many years, by a committee composed
of six Juniors fone from each of the
schools on campus? and four faculty and
administration officials. After spending
much time in thorough and conscientious
research and evaluation, the committee
selected the nOUiSt3I1Clil'1g Seniors of l955.7'
Presided Over Blue Key
Led Many Campus Activities
Directed the Bison Brevities ,
Cited Nationally as "Outstanding A
Commanded the Air Force ROTC
Headed Women's Activities
Piloted the Student Government
Spirited Campu-s Religious Activity
Guided Alpha Phi Omega
Energized Home Ec Activity
Traveled as International Exchange Student
Prexied Scabbard and Blade
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The Graduating Class
College yearbooks are published in a
variety of styles and forms. And, as they
vary in that respect, so also is there a varia-
tion in their purposes. As previously stated,
this book was published not for one but for
a variety of reasons. One of these was to
give to each student enrolled at NDSC this
year an informal history of the school year.
While few underclassmen expect their
class to receive special attention, a year-
book woulcl not be complete for the college
senior, and rightly so, without special at-
tention being given to his class, the gradu-
The greater portion of this yearbook
gives no special attention to the senior class
or to any other class. Pages 230 to 261, in
this respect, however, are different. They
are devoted entirely to the graduating class.
T he previous few pages of the Senior Di-
vision honored the most outstanding mem-
bers of the class. The following pages honor
all members of the "Class of 1955," each
of whom, simply because of what his pres-
ence therein signifies, is outstanding in his
ANDERSON, DORIS, HE, Villard,
Minn., Kappa Delta thousemanager,
editor, treasurer, Tryota, Phi Upsilon
Omicron, Art Club, YWCA sophomore
commission president, cabinet, Wesley
Foundation, Spring Sing, Kappa Delta
scholarship honor, Phi Kappa Phi.
ANDERSON, WILHELM, AAS, Cava-
lier, Vets club. ARENSON, GERALD
E., Ph, Hoffman, Minn., Kappa Psi,
intramural sports. ARNESON, BAR-
BARA L., HE, Glyndon, Minn., Gam-
ma Phi Beta president, activities ch.,
Class of 1955
BERCREN, LEONARD M., Eng.,
Audubon, Minn., ASME, .transfer from
Concordia. BERTSCH, FLOYD C.,
Ch, Ashley, Chemistry club, Choir,
BESSELIEVRE, DONN R., Eng, Ray,
Kappa Sigma Chi vice pres., Rahjah
publicity director, Kappa Kappa Psi,
Gold Star Band, intramural football,
basketball. BIEBER, LORAN L., Ch,
' ANDERSON, DUANE L., AAS, Fargo,
Lettermen's club, Vets club, Blue Key,
Student Body president, Interfraternity
Council scholarship, Varsity basketball,
football, Who's Who. ANDERSON,
KERMIT B., AAS, Fergus Falls, Minn.
pledge recording sec'y, Phi Upsilon
Omicron historian, Guidon vice pres.,
Women's Senate, Tryota, Senior Staff,
deLendrecie scholarship, Brevities,
Spring Sing, LCT costumes, Bison
ASKER, DOROTHY E., HE, Fargo,
Orchesis sec'y, treasurer, YWCA, Try-
ota, Roger Williams Fellowship pres,
corresponding sec'y, Phi Upsilon Omi-
cron corresponding sec'y, Kappa Delta
Pi, Chorus, Faculty Women's Club
scholarship, "Amahl and the Night
BAUMANN, DWIGHT M., Eng, Ash-
ley, Tau Beta Pi treas., Pi Tau Sigma
pres., Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi
Omega, ASME, Edwin Booth club,
General Electric Scholarship, Shiloh
Lodge Scholarship, Tau Beta Pi Essay
award, Pi Tau Sigma soph. award,
"Romeo and Juliet", "Gold in the
Hills", '5Androcles and The Lion",
"Mister Roberts", Who's Who, intra-
intramural sports, transfer from James-
town College. BESKE, RAYMOND C.,
Ph, Fergus Falls, Minn., Pharmacy
club, Vets club.
Mott, YMCA vice pres., LSA treas.,
Inter-religious Council vice pres.,
Chemistry club, Archer Daniels Mid-
land Scholarship. BIRK, GEORGE O.
JR., Ag, Fargo.
Visitors", Brevities, dance programs.
BALDWIN, PAUL, Ag, Fargo, Sigma
Chi, Saddle 81 Sirloin club. BALKE,
ROLLIS D., Ph, Crookston, Minn.,
Kappa Psi sec'y, Brevities, Spring
mural basketball, Choir, Men's Glee
Club. BERG, RICHARD J., Ph,
Fargo, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi historian,
Staff 8: Notes club, Newman club,
YMCA, Pharmacy club, Chorus,
"Amahl and the Night Visitors", Brevi-
ties, Spring Sing. BERGER, MAY-
NARD, Ph, Richardton, Kappa Psi,
intramural football, softball.
BOLMEIER, FRED W. IR., AAS,
Fargo, Sigma Chi social chairman,
Geology club, intramural sports.
BOLMGREN, LESTER N., Eng.,
Fargo, Tau Beta Pi cataloger, IRE,
AIEE, Norman Black Scholarship.
BOSWORTH, JANET E., HE, Cassel-
tong Alpha Gamma Delta scholarship
chairman, recording sec'y, Kappa Delta
Pi pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron record-
ing sec'y, Tryota, Air Dehs treas., Art
club, YWCA, LSA, Ceres Hall Coun-
cil treas., Brevities, Spring Sing.
BIRKELAND, MARY E., HE, Slicy-
enne, Tau Beta Sigma sec'y, pres.,
Tryota, YWCA seciy: Gold Star Band,
Newman cluh. BIRKELAND, MY-
RON. Ag, Slzeycnne. BITTERS, BAR-
BJORKLUND, ALICE C.. HE, Rich-
ville, Minn., Tryola, YWCA, LSA,
Inter-religious Council pres., treas.,
1953 National Wool Growers Essay Con-
test winner. BLEGEN, SONJA M.,
AAS, Moorhead, Kappa Delta treas.,
Sigma Alpha Iota treas., pres., Ge-
BORCHELT, MARTIN C., Eng, New
Salem, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau
Beta Pi pres., Nat. Eng. Honor So-
ciety, ASAE pres., Engineering Coun-
cil, Gamma Delta.
BRADBURY, PHILIP A., Eng., Aber-
deen, S. D., Theta Chi, IAS, Brevi-
ties, intramural football, freshman
football, Spring Sing. BRATI-IOLT,
MORRIS I., AAS, Hunter, YMCA,
BROMANDER, GAYLE C., Eng, Ulen,
Minn., Institute of Radio Eng. vice
pres., Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key Master
Freshman award, Tau Beta Pi Fresh-
man award, Shiloh Lodge Scholarship.
BROWN, CHARLES D., Eng, Fargo,
BUELOW, RAYMOND A., Ag, Drake,
Alpha Gamma Rho sec'y, alumni sec'y,
Arnold Air Society commander, Saddle
and Sirloin vice pres., Alpha Zeta, AF
ROTC Rifle Team, Dist. Mil. Stud.,
Little International Grand Champion-
ship in Dai1'y, Spring Sing, intramural
BARA A., AAS, Fargo, Kappa Alpha
Theta corresponding sec'y, scholarship
chairman, archivist, historian, John
Robinson club vice pres., Ski club,
Spring Sing, Brevities.
ology Club sec'y, treas., Staff and Notes
club, Womerfs Senate treas., LaVerne
Noyes Scholarship, Brevities, Spring
Sing. BOLLINGBERG, .IOI-IN A., Ag,
Bremen, Alpha Gamma Rho assistant
pledge trainer, ASAE treas., intra-
mural sports, transfer from Concordia.
Class of 1955
Alpha Tau Omega, ASME, Gym team,
track. BRUNSDALE, JOHN E., Ag,
Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing
Rifles, Newman club, Agronomy club,
Vets club, Brevities.
sports. BURCHILL, SALLY, HE,
Harvey, Alpha Gamma Delta social
ch., music ch., FHA Scholarship, ha-
ton twirler. CARLSON, EUGENE R.,
Eng., Fargo, Sigma Chi sec'y, vice
pres., social chairman, Inter-frat. Coun-
cil sec'y, intramural sports.
CVANCARA, .IOE G. JR., Ag, Ross,
Farm House, LSA, FFA, intramural
sports, YMCA, Saddle and Sirloin,
transfer from University of N. D.
DEKREY, GLEN V., Ag, Steele,
ASAE vice pres., YMCA, Saddle and
Sirloin, Wesley Foundation treas.,
Little International, AFROTC Drill
Team. DEYO, KEITH R., Eng,
DALQUIST, RICHARD, AAS, Moor-
head. DAWSON, LYLE JR., Ag, Sl.
Anthony, Farm House.
Browns Valley, Minn., Sigma Phi Delta
rush ch., ASME, Scahhard and Blade,
intramural sports. DICK, GARY L.,
Theta Chi chaplain, .
CHILD, GORDON B., Eng., Bucyrus,
Sigma Phi Della sec'y, house mgr.,
Blue Key Ir. award, Tau Beta Pi
Scholarship, homecoming theme com-
mittee, intramural sports, Who's Who,
Sigma Phi Delta seciy, house mgr,
Blue Key, Student Senate, Tau Beta
Pi vice pres., ND State Eng. editor,
Rahjahs vice pres., Eng. council, ASCE
CONDON, MARVIN, AAS, Falkirk.
CROSBY, DONNA I., IIE, Cavalier,
Kappa Alpha Theta marshall, record-
ing sec'y, Tryota, YWCA, Spring
Sing, Brevities. CURL, ROBERT H.,
treas., Arnold Air Society sec'y,
YMCA, Board of Student Publications
and Finance. CLAFFY, JERRY A.,
Ph, Thief River Falls, Minn., Kappa
Psi, Choir, Brevitiesg Spring Sing.
COLLITON, PATRICK A., AAS,
Fargo, Chemistry club, Newman eluh-,
AFROTC Drill Team.
Ag, Canflo, Alpha Gamma Rho social
ch., Saddle and Sirloin club treas.,
Student Union Activities hoard, Brevi-
ties, Little International, Spring Sing,
Gold Star Band.
Class of 1955
DONOVAN, KATHLEEN, AAS, Far-
go, Kappa Kappa Gamma pres., vice
pres. Key correspondent, Air Debs
sec'y, Women's Senate, Theta Chi
'LDream Girl", Bison staff, Brevities,
Spring Sing. DORAN, DANIEL W.
Eng, Grand Rapids, Minn., Sigma Phi
EBELTOFT, PATRICIA, HE, Frazee,
Minn., Alpha Gamma Delta treas.,
pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron vice pres.,
Guidon seciyg Women's Senate, Tryota,
Kappa Delta Pi, Senior Staff, Chorus,
Art club, Spring Sing director, Cam-
pus Radio, Bison staff, Who's Who,
Little Inter. Queen attendant, Brevi-
ties. EI-ILY, RAYMOND E., Eng,
Coral Cables, Fla., ASCE pres. of
Mid-west conference, Eng. Council
Delta, ASME treas., Pi Tau Sigma
corresponding sec'y, transfer from
Itasca Jr. College. DUERRE, M. GER-
ALD, Eng, Molzallg AFROTC Rifle
Team, Wesley Foundation, Pi Tau
sec'y, Varsity baseball, brevities,
transfer from Emory Univ. ELLINGS-
BERG, DONALD J., Eng, Williston,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon pres., Kappa
Kappa Psi sec'y, vice pres., Band,
Blue Key, Brevities, Senate, Board of
Finance, Comm. of Music and Public
Programs, Who's Who, Dist. Mil.
Stud., ASME, Drill Team commander,
Jr. Inter-frat. Council.
ENANDER, RUBY, I-IE, Stanley, Try-
ota pres, sec'y, Ceres Hall pres., vice
pres., YWCA treas., SIRC vice pres.,
4l-I club, Baptist Youth Fellowship
vice pres., Student Union Activities
Board, Farm Underwriters Scholar-
ERICKSON, DONNA J., HE, Climax,
Minn., Phi Mu housemanager, regis-
trar, corresponding sec'y, Tryota,
YWCA, LSA, Spring Sing, Brevities.
EVENSON, SHARON A., HE, Edge-
ley, Kappa Kappa Gamma publicity
ch., Wesley Foundation publicity ch.,
GIBBONS, GARY B., Ag, Lakota,
Alpha Gamma Rho social ch., Brevi-
ties Director, Student Senate, Boards
of Campus Affairs, Music and Public
Programs, FFA, Scabbard and Blade,
Pershing Rifles vice pres., Saddle and
Sirloin, Chorus, Blue Key, Publicity
GOODWIN, JEAN A., HE, Walhalla,
Tryota, YWCA, Ceres Hall Council,
Independent Students Assoc., West-
minster Fellowship vice moderator.
GORDER, PAUL R., Ag, Galchult,
Alpha Tau Omega, Saddle and Sirloin,
Arnold Air Society, LSA, intramural
ship, Chorus. ERICKSON, ANN, HE,
Fargo, Kappa Alpha Theta rush ch.,
Chorus, majorette, YWCA district ch.
ERICKSON, DONALD E., Ph, Argyle,
Minn., Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club,
Tryota, Art club, Spring Sing, Brevi-
ties. FENSKE, LAWRENCE A., Eng,
Hankinson, Danforth Scholarship,
Gamma Delta, ASME, Chorus, LSA,
transfer from Wahpeton School of
Class of 1955
FLEMING, RICHARD J., AAS, Far-
go. FREER, VINCENT, Eng., Dick-
inson, transfer from Dickinson State
GAARDER, RODGER C., Ag, Park
River, Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha
Zeta, Saddle and Sirloin club, FFA,
Agronomy club, LSA, Toastmasters
club, Ag. Econ. club, YWCA, Camera
club, Little International. GAGNON,
MAURICE L., AAS, Walhalla, Alpha
Tau Omega asst. Brevities dir., in-
tramural sports, freshman basketball.
Teacher's College. FRETLAND, DON-
ALD J., AAS, Fargo, Vets club, in-
GESTON, MAGNUS, Eng, Edinburg,
Theta Chi housemanager, treas., Atlier
Chat Noir, Blue Key pres, Student
Senate, Board of Finance, LaVerne
Noyes Scholarship, intramural sports,
intramural athletic hoard, Brevities Art
Director, transfer from University of
Director for Brevities, Homecoming
parade marshall. GJERTSON, ROY
A., Eng, Lisbon, LSA, ASCE pres.,
Engineer's Council sec'y, intramural
sports. GOEHL, JOHN O., Eng,
Fargo, Sigma Chi, Kappa Tau Delta,
sports, Brevities. GORDON, BEVERLY
J., HE, Fargo, Alpha Gamma Delta
treas., chaplain, Phi Upsilon Omicron
chaplain, YWCA campus sister ch.,
Tryota Council treas., Air Debs., Kap-
pa Delta Pi, WAA, Brevities, Spring
Sing, intramural sports.
GRIMES JOANN M AAS Fargo,
Alpha Gamma Delta publicity ch., rush
ch Air Debs sec y social ch WAA,
YWCA Mllllafy Ball Queen Home-
comm Queen Attendant Brevities,
Sprlng Sing mtramural sports GRON-
HOVD PHYLLIS .I HE Eclmore,
GULLAND CIIARLES F Eng., Lis-
bon Kappa S1 ma Ch1 treas ASCE,
bowling team HAARSAGER CUR-
TIS .I AAS Lztchvzlle Sigma Alpha
Epsilon treas correspondent Inter-
frat Council treas Scahbard and
Blade Spring Sing intramural sports.
HART CLAYTON C A Chaseleyg
A Ec club secy Vets club HART,
GARY E Ag Wales Alpha Gamma
Rho vice pres Bison ed and co-ed.,
Student Senate Comm of Radio,
bus 111 of Brevlties Blue Key, Phi
Kappa Ph Alpha Zeta treas, Sad-
dle and Sirloin lnterfrat Council,
A ronomy Club FFA Arnold Air
Society Boards of Memorial Union,
HAYS, WILLIAM, AAS, FargJ HEI-
FORT, LORA .l, AAS, Fargo, Kappa
Kappa Gamma treas, sehola1sh.p ch.,
Wesley Foundation, Air Dehs com-
manding officer, executive officer,
BFCVIIIBS, Spring Slng IIEINE, PA-
TRICIA K , AAS, Fargo, Gamma Phi
Beta, Panhellenic Council, Phi Up-
silon Omleron, Kappa Delta Pi, Ed-
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YWCA, Tryota, Art club, LSA.
GUEST, RICHARD, Eng, Jllenoken,
Farmhouse, ASAE sec'y, FFA, 4-H
club social ch., Tau Beta Pi, YMCA,
Arnold Air Society, intramural sports,
HAAS, JANE M., AAS, Lidgerwosd,
Kappa Delta see'y, pres., Senior Staff,
Panhellenic Council sec'y, Guidon,
Kappa Delta Pi, Newman club, Wom-
en's Senate pres., Spectrum Staff,
Who's Who, Freshman Counselor.
Class of 1955
HAMILTON, JANICE M., HE, Fargo,
Gamma Phi Bela pledge trainer, Tau
Beta Sigma, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Tryota, Band, Kappa Delta Pi vice
pres., Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Dream-
line Girl", Brevities, Little Interna-
IIANSON, DOUGLAS R., Eng., Har-
vey, Alpha Tau Omega scc'y, ASCE
vice pres., Gold Star Band pres., Ar-
nold Air Society vice pres., Kappa
Kappa Psi treas., intramural sports,
Brevities, Spring Sing. HARCHAN-
KO, RAY J., Ph., Sioux Falls, S. D.,
Radio, Publications, "Even the Gods",
Nat. Outstanding AGR Award, Dist.
Mil. Stud., Danforth Fr. Award, Alpha
Zeta Fr. Award, Sears Roebuck Fr.,
soph., and advanced scholarships, Dele-
gate to Nat. ACP, Alpha Zeta, AGR
conventions, Wh0's Who. HART-
MANN, ADA, HE, Washburn, WAA,
LSA, YWCA, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Kappa Delta Pi.
win Booth sec'y, treas., Gnidon, Senior
Staff, Board of Public Programs pres.,
Student Commission, Tryota, Orchesis
vice pres., Little Inter. Queen, Spee-
trum, "Ah Wilderness," "Antigone,"
"Around the Dawn," 'gPeer Gynt,"
"Candida," "Playboy of the Western
World" casts and production staffs.
tional Queen. HAMMETT, JOHN,
Eng., Clyndon, fllinn. HANSEN, C.
ALFRED, Ag, Oakes, Farmhouse
treas., Saddle and Sirloin, YMCA,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon house manager,
intramural football. HARRIE, EU-
GENE F., Eng., Jamestown, Kappa
Tau Delta sec'y, treas., Atelier' Chat
Noir, Bugenhagen Scholarship, Spec-
trum staff, transfer from Jamestown
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HILLESLAND, ROBERT A., AAS,
Aneta. HOFFMAN, JAMES, Eng,
McHenry, ASCE, Scabbard and
Blade, Tau Beta Pi, Newman club,
Elks club scholarship, State Eng. cir.
HOISTAD, JOHN, Eng, Rutland,
Sigma Phi Delta pres., ASME vice
pres., N. D. State Eng. bus. mgr., Pi
Tau Sigma, Inter-frat. Council, intra-
mural sports. HOLMSTROM, LOREN
I-IEINEMEYER, GLORIANN, HE,
Fargo, Gamma Phi Beta sec'y, vice
pres., Tryota, Brevities, Bison An-
nual, Chorus. HEITZMANN, DUANE
A., Eng, Ashley, Pi Tau Sigma vice
pres., Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi
I-IELT, LAWRENCE F., Ag, Lankin,
Farmhouse pres., Newman Club, Sad-
dle and Sirloin, FFA, Menis Glee
Club, Arnold Air Society, Inter-frat.
Council, intramural sports, Little In-
ter. judging team. HILDRE, GEORGE
W., Ag, Petersburg, Alpha Gamma
mgr. HOGANSON, GLORIA M., HE,
Fargo, Phi Mu pres., treas., historian,
Gold Star Band, Tau Beta Sigma
sec'y, LSA, 4H, WAA, Brevities,
R., Ph, Two Harbors, Minn., Pharm-
acy club, transfer from Univ. of Minn.
Duluth Branch. HOMER, GENE D.,
Ph, Wildrose, Pharmacy club seciy,
treas., Pharmacy Club- Award.
HORNE, RAY D., Ag, Penn, Alpha
Tau Omega pres., Blue Key vice pres.,
Saddle and Sirloin, Agronomy club
treas., Band, Menis Glee club, Chorus,
Toastmastefs club, Inter-frat. Council
treas., Edwin Booth club, YMCA, Ar-
nold Air Society, LaVerne Noyes
Scholarship, Model Man, Brevities
prod. staff and director, Campus Ra-
dio co-news ed., Who's Who, LCT
HUNSTAD, MARGRET, HE, Carring-
ton. INGBERG, RICHARD C., Eng,
Arla, Minn., transfer from Concordia.
Omega, ASME, YMCA, Gold Star
Band, intramural basketball, transfer
from Ellendale State Normal and ln-
dustrial College. HELLEM, ROBERT
S., Eng, Norfhwoorlg Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, ASME, Scalihard and Blade.
Rho pres., Agronomy Club vice pres.,
sec'y, Saddle and Sirloin, Inter-frat.
Council, Arnold Air Society, West-
minster Foundation, Little Interna-
tional, Brevities, intramural sports,
Spring Sing. HILL, GLENN, Eng,
Fargo, All-conference in football.
Class of 1955
productions. HOWITZ, THOMAS A.,
AAS, Rock Lake, Kappa Sigma Chi
sec'y, Pershing Rifles, Rifle Team,
Newman Club. HUGHES, ROBERT
G., Ag, Steele, Kappa Sigma Chi vice
pres., pres., Inter-frat. Council, Rah-
jahs treas., FFA treas., vice pres.,
Brevities, Fr. Sears Roebuck Scholar-
ship, intramural sports.
JACKSON, JOHN A., AAS, Fargo,
Sigma Chi, Vets club, YMCA.
JOHNSTON, BARRY, AAS, Mayville,
Alpha Tau Omega, Gold Star Band,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Brevities. JOL-
STAD, PERCY E., Ph., Montevideo,
Minn., Sigma Chi pledgemaster, pledge
pres., Pharmacy club, LSA, Jr. Inter-
frat. Council, intramural sports, trans-
fer from Univ. of Minn. JONES, PA-
JORGENSON, BRUCE MILFORD,
Ag., Dickinson, Alpha Gamma Rho,
intramural football, basketball, Saddle
and Sirloin, Agronomy cluh. JUNDT,
HOWARD W., Ag., Rugby, Co-op
House sec'y-treas., manager, Alpha
Zeta, Blue Key, Newman club, Ag.
Econ. club, Saddle and Sirloin, Fresh-
JENKINSON, HAROLD L., Eng, De-
troit Lakes, Minn., Am. Inst. of Arch.
pres., Kappa Tau Delta sec'y-treas.,
vice pres., Tau Beta Pi, Engineers
Council, Tau Beta Pi Freshman Award,
Pella Products Scholarship. JESSER,
DELTON, Ph., Turtle Lake, ROTC
JOHNSON, DONALD, Ag., Kenmare,
Farm House, YMCA, FFA treas.,
Saddle and Sirloin, Sears Roebuck
Scholarship. JOHNSON, ROBERT,
TRICIA G., AAS, Willmar, Minn.,
Gamma Phi Beta song ch., correspond-
ing sec'y, Sigma Alpha Iota, Air Debs
vice pres., 1952 Homecoming Queen,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Dreamline Girl",
Chorus, Cheerleader, Bison Annual,
Christmas Opera, Brevities, Spring
man class pres., intramural sports,
Brevities. JUST, JOANN M., HE,
Fergus Falls, Minn., Alpha Gamma
Delta house manager, altruistic ch.,
Tau Beta Sigma treas., YWCA vice
pres., LSA, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Tryota, Alba Bales Award, Ceres Hall
Dorm Council, Band, LCT.
KAATZ, ARTHUR, Ag, Fargo, Vets
club. KAEDING, DUANE A., Eng,
Penn, Sigma Phi Delta, Gamma Delta
pres., Am. Inst. of Electrical Engineers,
Inst. of Radio Engineer, LSA, Ama-
KASPARI, SHARON I., HE, Sheldon,
4--H pres., Phi Upsilon -treas, Tryota
treas., vice pres., Newman club treas.,
WAA vice pres., Senior Staff, Fresh-
man Danforth Award, Mary Laycock
Scholarship, Little International Queen
Attendant. KENT, DONALD L., AAS,
Bismarck, Theta Chi, Freshman Bas-
Minute Man Award, transfer from Bis-
marck Jr. College. JOHNK, CHARLES
W., Ag., Fargo, Gold Star Band, Kap-
pa Kappa Psi, Wesley foundation pres.,
Bison sports editor, Ag. Ee. club,
Saddle and Sirloin.
AAS, Fargo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
JOHNSON, ROSSFORD O., Ag., Park
Class of 1955
teur Radio club. KALGARD, LOR-
RAINE, HE, Park River, LSA sec'y,
Tryota, Gold Star Band, College 4-H
club, Sears Roebuck scholarship.
ketball, intramural football, basket-
ball, softball, bowling, volley ball,
Brevities. KESSLER, WAYNE V., Ph,
Fargo, YMCA, Rho Chi, Phi Kappa
Phi, N. D. Pharmaceutical Association
Award, transfer from Itasca Jr. Col-
KIHNE, GEORGE, Ph., Cavalier,
Pharmacy club, Vets club. KILLMER,
LARRY, Eng., Minot, Sigma Phi Del-
ta, ASME, intramural football, bas-
ketball, softball, transfer from Minot
KOCHER, LEO, Eng., Aberdeen, S. D.,
ASME, transfer from Northern State
Teachers College. KOSIR, AL, Arch,
Valley City, Sigma Chi social ch., corr.
SEC., Atelier Chat Noir, American
Inst. of Arch., Kappa Tau Delta,
Newman club, Lettermen's club, hon-
orable mention Am. Inst. of Arch. d -
sign competition, Laverne Noyes Schol-
LANCASTER, MARJORIE H., AAS,
Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Edwin
Booth club, Senior Staff, LCT, many
play casts, Military Ball ueen, 1950.
LARSON, DELBERT A., Eng, Bot-
Iineau, American Society of Civil En-
LAU, WILLIAM, Ph, Honolulu, Ha-
waii. LEE, BETTY A., HE, Minot,
Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge trainer,
vice pres., Tau Beta Sigma vice pres.,
Tryota, LSA, Gold Star Band, Brevi-
ties. LEETUN, DAREL D., Ag., Het-
State Teachers College. KING, DEN
NIS H., Eng, Enderlin, Theta Chi
lst and 2nd Guard, intramural soft
hall, football, volleyball, Brevities.
arship, Brevities, Golf team, Student
Union Activities Board, transfer from
Iowa State College. KRAUS, BEV
ERLY ANN, HE, Fargo, Gamma Phi
Beta historian, Air Debs, Tryota, Con
cert Choir, Bison Annual photo. d.
YWCA, LSA, Brevities, Little Inter
national ueen attendant, intramural
Class of 1955
KREBSBACH, .I. C., Eng., Fargo
Theta Chi vice pres., Vets club' Ameri
can Society of Mech. Env: Inter-frat
Council. KRENZ RONALD D A
Upham., Co-op House vice pres., Alpha
Zeta scribe, Agronomy club treas
Saddle and Sirloin, Gamma Delta pres
KUEHNEL, REBECCA, AAS, Fargo
Ski club, 2nd, Elks Memorial Scholar
ship, Choir, "Ladies Not for Burnin
transfer from Cottey College. KUEI-I
NEL, RENO, Eng., Fargo, Ski Club
Ham Radio club' EnUineer's club
AIEE, transfer from St. Cloud Teachers
gineering, transfer from State School
of Forestry. LARSON, ORTON E.
E g., Bisbee, Tau Beta Pi treas., Am.
Society of Agr. Eng., Fargo Engi-
neer's Club Award, Spectrum reporter.
ringer, Alpha Gamma Rho, Arnold Air
Sociclzy treas., Saddle and Sirloin pres.,
Little International, Grand Champion
Showman in Sheep, Reserve Champion-
ship in Fitting Sheep, Ir. and Sr. Live-
stock ,lodging team.
treas YMCA Sears Roebuck Fresh
man Award Interstate Seed and Gram
Co Award Gold Star Band lntra
mural sports KRETCHMAN DAVID
Ph Lzdgerwood Kappa Psi Pharm
acy club intramural sports Spring
College KVAMME CONRAD Ag
Twm Valley Mann Kappa Sigma Chl
historian pledge trazner Inter frat
Council Staff and Notes club pres
LSA Kappa Delta P1 Campus Radlo
mu ic dir Bxevltles Spectrum repon
er transfer from Concordia College
fwigi I it
LEMM, ELIZABETH J., HE, Hills-
boro, Alpha Gamma Delta rushing eh.,
YWCA, Ski club, Kappa Delta Pi,
Tryotag Band, Westminster Founda-
LOFTSGARD, LAUREL, Ag, Hoople,
Ag. Econ. club, Vets club-. LOHMAN,
FRANCES, HE, Fargo, Kappa Alpha
Theta pres., treas., Senior Staff sec'y,
Women's Senate sec'y, Kappa Delta
Pi, Cuidon, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
MARTIN, RONALD, Eng, Bowbells,
Inst. of Aeronautical Sci. pres., Engi-
neering Council, Pi Tau Sigma record-
ing sec'y, intramural bowling. MATT-
MCCULLOUCH, DUANE Ph,
Hope, Kappa Psi house manager,
treas., Pharmacy club, intramural
sports. NICDERMOTT, JOHN, AAS,
Ashlancl, WLS., Varsity basketball.
tion vice pres., Spring Sing, transfer
from Jamestown College. LILLEVIG,
ARTHUR W., AAS, Sheyenne. LIN-
DEM, ALFRED, Ag, Fisher, Minn.
Tryota, Spring Sing, Brevities. LUND,
DOROTHY A., AAS, Fargo, Wesley
Foundation pres., Orchesis vice pres.,
Guidon, Student Senate, Commissioner
of Finance, Senior Staff pres, Brevi-
ties, Baton Corps.
Class of 1955
LUND, ROALD, Ag, Nome, Farm
House, Agronomy club vice pres.,
treas., YMCA, Wesley Foundation 3
Scabhard and Blade, ROTC 3 intra-
mural softball. LUNDE, CARY A.,
AAS, Fargo, Spring Sing, Alpha Phi
MAIER, MELVIN G., Ag, Elgin, Al-
pha Gamma Rho, LSA, FFA pres.,
Saddle and Sirloin, YMCA, Arnold
Air Society, Spring Sing. MALMO,
RICHARD, Ph, Duluth, Minn., Alpha
Tau Omega. MARQUART, JOANNE,
AAS, Mapleton, Gamma Phi Beta
Omega, Freshman Class treas., Choir,
LCT "Antigone.', LUNDHAGEN, RON-
ALD E., AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau
Omega social ch., Gold Star Band,
Kappa Kappa Psi treas., pres.
membership ch., song leader, Orchesis
seciy-treas., pres., Edwin Booth Dra-
matic club vice pres., Air Debs,
"Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", "Gold in
the Hills," "Blithe Spirit", Brevities,
Spring Sing, Bison Annual staff.
SON, DONALD, Ph, Greenbush.,
Minn., Pharmacy club. MCBRIDE,
DALE, Eng., lllilnar, transfer from
Wahpeton State School of Science.
MENDESH, ANTHONY, Ph, Duluth,
Minn., Rho Chi, Pharmacy club,
Newman club, North Dakota Pharma-
ceutical Assn. Award, transfer from
Univ. of Minn., Duluth Branch.
NELSON, IRIS M., AAS, Fargo, Kap-
pa Delta Pi sec'y, Inter-religious
Council, Wesley Foundation, YWCA,
Chorus, transfer from Bismarck Jr.
College. NELSON, LEONARD E., Ph,
Parshall, Kappa Psi historian, trans-
NELSON, WAYNE A., Ph, Bruce,
Wis., Kappa Psi pledge trainer, intra-
mural sports, transfer from Marquette
Univ. NISSEN, JEROME N., AAS?
Bnrnesville, Minn., Kappa Sigma Chi
sec'y, YMCA cabinet, Army ROTC
Band, Little International Reserve
MILLER, MILO M., Ph, Leeds,
Pharmacy club pres., transfer from
Devils Lake Jr. College. MONTEITH,
GERALD E., AAS, Fargo, intramural
basketball. MORGAN, ELDRED J.,
MOXNESS, KENNETH L., Eng., Am-
brose, Kappa Sigma Chi, LSA pres.,
action director, regional stewardship
director, Student Inter-religious Coun-
cil, Alpha Phi Omega treas., Blue
Key, YMCA, Student Senate, Com-
missioner of Campus Affairs, Student
Union Board, AIEE-IRE, Co-editor of
AC Jolt, intramural sports, transfer
Eng, Valley City, Sigma Chi rush ch.,
pledge trainer, pres., ASME, transfer
from Valley City State Teachers Col-
from Concordia. MUEHLENBEIN,
GRETCHEN, HE, Fargo, Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma corresponding sec'y, mar-
shal, Sigma Alpha Iota vice pres.,
YWCA, Ski club, Tryota, Chorus,
Brevities, Spring Sing. MUTCHLER,
ROBERT C., ArchE, Northwood, Al-
pha Tau Omega, Kappa Tau Delta
pres., Tau Beta Pi.
Class of 1955
fer from Jamestown College. NEL-
SON, PHYLLIS A., HE, Orleans,
Minn., Phi Upsilon Omicron librarian,
Kappa Delta Pi, LSA, YWCA finance
ch., WAA, Ttyota.
Sheep Champion, Kappa Kappa Psi,
Scabbard and Blade, Cold Star Band,
LSA, intramural sports, AF Drill
Team, Brevities, Baud. NOACK,
JOHN D., Eng, Fargo, Alpha Phi
Omega sec'y, vice pres., ASME.
NORTH, LAWRENCE, Eng, Fargo,
Alpha Phi Omega pres., Blue Key
sec'y, Scabbard and Blade vice pres.,
ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Student Sen-
ate, Wesley Foundation, Elks Scholar-
ship, intramural sports, "Androcles
and the Lion" production staff. OL-
SON, GORDON H., Eng, Minot, Al-
pha Tau Omega treas., house mgr.,
OLSON, LORRAINE, HE, Rugby,
Tryota, LSA, Art club pres., YWCA,
WAA. OLSON, MARGARET J., HE,
Fargo, Kappa Delta sec'y, Tryota, Art
Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma treas.,
ASME, Inter-frat. Council, Eng. Coun-
cil, intramural sports, Brevities, fresh-
man basketball. OLSON, JOCELYN
D., AAS, Valley City, Vets club vice
commander, LSA, 4H club, Band,
Glee Club, J. R. Watkins Scholarship,
Outstanding Veteran Plaque, transfer
from Valley City Teachers College.
club, Wesley Foundation, Bison staff.
OLSON, MAURICE, Ag, Coopers-
PRATT, VIRGINIA M., HE, Fargo,
Kappa Kappa Gamma sec'y, Tryota,
Guidon, Orchesis, Brevities, Cheer-
leader, Band Majorette.
PIEPKORN, HERMAN D., Ag, Stan-
ley, Farm House sec'y, charter mem-
ber, YMCA pres, Agronomy club
pres., 4-H club, LSA, Pershing Rifles,
Saddle and Sirloin, Men's Glee club,
RADI, DOROTHY L., HE, Alberta,
Minn., Tryota, Wesley Foundation.
RASE, BRIAN E., Ph, Pembina, LSA,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Pharmacy club,
ORMBERG, EUGENE H., Ag, Bot-
tineau, Vets club, transfer from N. D.
School of Forestry. PAUL, HERBERT
A., AAS, Fargo, Scabbard and Blade,
Pershing Rifles captain. P A Y N E ,
PEACH, MARY E., HE, Erie, Tryota,
YWCA, transfer from Concordia. PE-
TERSON, JAMES N., Eng, Clare-
mont, S. D., Theta Chi, ASME, trans-
fer from State Teachers College, Aher-
Choir, Men's Res. Hall Council pres.,
Inter. Farm Youth Exchange Student
to Argentina, Am. Youth Foundation
camp, Nat. Sheep Judging Champ 4-H
RADCLIFFE, THOMAS W., AAS,
Fargo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon rush ch.,
lreas., Lettermen's Club treas., Golf
Team, Comm. of Campus Affairs.
YMCA, Gold Star Band, Men's Choir,
Clee Club, Brevities Orch. RAS-
MUSON, .IOHN E., Eng, Minot, Tau
Beta Pi corresponding sec'y.
REMBOLDT, GYNARA J., Ph,
Gackle, Phi Mu sec'y, Kappa Epsilon
vice pres., pres., Pharmacy club vice
pres., Spring Sing, Brevities. ROBIN-
SON, RAY M., Ch, Fargo, Vets club,
ROSTER, NICHOLAS J., AAS, Dick-
inson, Theta Chi, Scabbard and Blade,
adv. mgr. of Annual, bus. mgr. of
Annual, Inter-frat. Council, Newman
club, Board of Publications, student
mgr. of football, Brevities, intramural
sports, Spring Sing. ROTHFUSZ,
CLARENCE L., Eng, Ashley, Sigma
WALLACE D., Ag, Coorlridge, Minn.,
Farm I-Iouse, Saddle and Sirloin, Al-
pha Zeta, intramural sports, transfer
from Moorhead State Teachers College.
deen, S. D. PETERSON, ROBERT D.,
Ph, Hettinger, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi
pres., Ir. Inter-frat. Council, intra-
mural bowling, transfer from Montana
Class of 1955
Chemistry club, Spencer-Kellogg Schol-
arship. ROEHRICH, CAROL J., HE,
Edgeley, Kappa Alpha Theta editor,
Art club treas., Bison staff, Spectrum
Phi Delta house manager, ASME, Eng.
Council treas, Scahbard and Blade,
Dist. Mil. Stud. RULON, ARTHUR J.,
Eng: Jamestown, Alpha Tau Omega
treas., house mgr., ASME, Laverne
Noyes Scholarship, intramural football,
Brevities, Spring Sing, fr. football.
RUSSELL, LAVERNE E., Ph, Neche,
Kappa Psi, Rahjah club, sec'y, inter-
frat. council pres., Rho Chi, vice pres.,
Pharmacy club, Rho Chi Freshman
Award, N. D. State Board of Pharm-
acy Freshman Award, intramural
sports, Brevities, Army ROTC drill
team. RUTHERFORD, JOYCE J.,
AAS, Fargo, Gamma Phi Beta corres.
sec'y, house mgr., Orchesis pres.,
WAA, Air Dehs social ch., Brevities,
SCHAACK, JAMES W., Ph, Valley
City, Sigma Chi sec'y, Blue Key,
WUS Carnival ch., Rho Chi sec'y-
treas, Pharmacy club, Phi Kappa Phi,
inlramural basketball, football, softball,
Who's Who, transfer from St. Thomas
SKAMFER, ROBERT E., Eng, Aber-
crombie, Inst. of Radio Eng., LSA.
SKOGLEY, EARL O., Ag? Mott, Al-
pha Gamma Rho asst. house mgr, in-
tramural athletic ch., Agronomy club
pres., Alpha Zeta vice pres., Saddle
and Sirloin club, Sears Roebuck Fresh.
SKREI, RICHARD W., Ag, Glyndon,
Minn., Tau Kappa Epsilon pledge
trainer, transfer from Iowa State Col-
lege. SKUZA, KENNETH M., Eng,
Spring Sing, Student Union Games and
Recreation committee, slAlD3.l1l and the
Night Visitors." RYAN, DOROTHY,
HE, Sterling, Kappa Delta vice pres.,
rushing ch., Senior Staff vice pres,
Cuidon pres., Kappa Delta Pi treas.,
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Newman club
pres., vice pres., Award for Outstand-
ing Kappa Delta, Brevities, Spring
Sing, YVOmen's Senate.
College. SCHAMBERGER, CARROLL
K., Ag, Moorhead, Minn., Gamma Del-
ta, FFA, transfer from Eastern New
Mexico Univ. SCHOENEMAN, DON,
Eng, Bismarck, transfer from Bis-
marck Jr. College.
Class of 1955
SCHONBERGER, HAROLD, Ag,
Wheatland, Agri. Econ. club, FFA,
Vets club. SEEKLANDER, JOYCE A.,
HE, Hazelton, LSA, Tryota, transfer
from Jamestown College. SHARKEY,
SIMONS, FRANCINE, AAS, Fargo,
Gamma Phi Beta rushing ch., Bison
Annual staff, photo co-ed., Orchesis,
Guidon, Women's Senate, intramural
sports, Brevities, Spring Sing, LCT,
'6Amahl and the Night Visitors" cast
and production staff. SIMONSON,
ARLENE M., HE, Hope, Phi Mu
Scholarship, F. H. Peavey-Van Dusen
Harrington Scholarship, intramural
sports, Brevities. SKOGSTAD, RON-
ALD G., Eng, Minot, Scabbard and
Blade sec'y, transfer from Minot State
St. Cloud, Minn., ASCE, intramural
sports, transfer from Univ. of Minn.
SLAPERUD, JAMES P., Eng, Fargo,
Pi Tau Sigma.
RAYMOND, AAS, Towner, Alpha
Tau Omega, LSA, Young Memorial
Award, transfer from Minot State
sec'y, pledge trainer, Tryota, LSA,
Guidon treas., Spring Sing, Brevities.
SIVERSEN, ANNETTE, AAS, Fargo,
Alpha Gamma Delta, 2nd vice pres.,
Tryota, Ski club, YWCA, LSA,
Spring Sing, Brevities, Bison Annual
staff, Spectrum staff, intramural
sports, Phi Kappa Phi.
SOLIEN, ROBERT E., ME, Twin Val-
ley, Minn., ASME, transfer from Moor-
head State Teachers College. SON-
DERLAND, NELLIE M., HE, Peters-
burg, Tryota, Girl's Glee Club. SOR-
SPENGLER, VERNE, Ag, Inksler,
Farm House, FFA, Saddle and Sir-
loin, transfer from NDU. SPICI-IKE,
RITCHIE P., Ag, Kief, Farm House
LIE, DONALD T., Eng, Coteau., Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, Engineering Coun-
cil, Am. Soc. of Ag. Eng., LSA, in-
publicity ch., Saddle and Sirloin, Rah-
jah club, "Androe1es and the Lion",
intramural basketball, bowling. STADS-
VOLD, CY, Arch, Fergus Falls, Minn.
SWANKE, SONIA A., HE, Lakota,
Kappa Alpha Theta house manager,
Guidon, Choir, LSA vice pres., Try-
ota, YWCA, Student Senate, Phi Up-
silon Ornicrou, WAA, FHA Freshman
Scholarship, Brevities, Cheerleader,
Spectrum Staff, Boards of Music and
SYVERSON, DEAN H., Ag, Ulen,
flflinn., Farm House, LSA treas.,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band,
Glee Club, FFA sec'y. TALLEY,
MANAUL E.. Eng, Lunsford, Theta
Chi historian, Alpha .Phi Omega vice
pres., Brevities, intramural sports.
STELTER, WILLIS L., Arch, Doran,
Minn., Sigma Phi Delta corres. sec'y,
Antlier Chat Noir sec'y, Kappa Tau
Delta, Gamma Delta, transfer from
N. D. State School of Science. STICK-
ELMEYER, JEROME H., Chem, Far-
go, Alpha Tau Omega, Ernest T. Trigg
Foundation Fellowship, Chemistry club.
SUKUT, ARLYN A., Ag, Bismarck,
FFA parliamentarian, Sears Roebuck
Scholarship, Gold Star Band, Kappa
Kappa Psi, YMCA, Calvary Baptist
youth group, Inter-varsity Christian
Fellowship, Military Band. SULLI-
Public Programs, Radio, Athletics.
SWANSON, JAMES W., AAS, Fargo,
Theta Chi, N. D. Ins. for Regional
Studies Scholarship. S W A N S O N ,
JOHN H., Eng, Willmar, Minn., Sig-
ma Phi Delta sentinal, ASME, N. D.
State Eng. staff member.
THOMPSON, RICHARD W., Eng,
Minot, Alpha Tau Omega social ch.,
rush ch., Rahjah club, ASME, Alpha
Phi Omega, Arnold Air Society social
chairman, Board of Music treas, Brevi-
ties, intramural sports, Military Ball
Class of 1955
STRAND, RICHARD C., Eng, Osnw-
brock, Alpha Gamma Rho usher, Gen-
eral Electric Senior Award, freshman
basketball, intramural sports, Spring
Sing, Brevities, Asst. Homecoming
Parade Marshall, showman Little In-
ternational, Who's Who.
VAN, JOHN W., Chem, Fargo, Chem-
istry Club, Newman Club, Chemistry
Club Book Award. SURDAHL, DEL-
ANO F., Eng., Bottineau, ASCE
treas., transfer from N. D. School of
UELAND, ERMAN O., Ag, Halstad,
Minrz., FFA, LSA, Pershing Rifles co.
commander, Saddle and Sirloin, Jr.
Livestock Judging Team. ULNESS,
DONALD E., AAS, Kindred, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon vice pres., Brevities,
VANSLYCK, LOUIS S., Eng, Wal-
halla, Sigma Phi Delta, Inter-frat.
Council, State Eng., AIENE, Ins. of
Radio Eng., Tau Beta Pi freshman
letter, intramural sports, Brevities.
VASEY, EDFRED H., Ag, Mmm, Al-
pha Gamma Rho house manager, Sad-
dle and Sirloin, Agronomy club sec'y,
Scabbard and Blade treas., F. H. Pea-
THORSON, ROBERTA L., HE, Fargo,
Kappa Delta social ch., rush ch., LSA,
YMCA, Tryota, Student Union Activi-
ties Board, WAA, Spectrum staff,
Brevities, bowling team. TOEPKE,
LAVONNE L., AAS, Judson., Band,
TURNER, DANIEL L., Eng., Wilton,
Sigma Phi Delta historian, AIEE,
Ham club. TUTHILL, GEORGE A.,
Eng, Cogswell. TYSON, EDMUND R.,
Spring Sing, intramural sports, Rah-
jah club, Inter-frat. Council. VAN-
BERKOM, LAWRENCE P., Ag, Pow-
ers Lake, Theta Chi, Saddle and Sir-
vey-Van Dusen Harrington Scholar-
ship, Army Drill Team, grain judging
contest, Little International, Who's
Who. VAUGHN, BARBARA L., AAS,
Lisbon, Kappa Kappa social ch., pledge
trainer, Guidon, Senior Counselor,
Gold Star Band, Tau Beta Sigma,
Brevities act director, Student Union
WANG, WAYNE L., Ag, Halszad,
Minn., Farm House, F FA, LSA,
Pershing Rifles, intramural sports.
WARKENTIN, JOHN H., Eng, Han-
kinson, John Robinson club treas.,
pres., Ins. of Aero. Sc. sec'y, YMCA
WASEM, CHARLES G., Ph, Halliday,
Kappa Psi, American Pharmaceutical
Asso., intramural sports, Spring Sing,
Brevities. WATSON, JEROME A.,
Eng, Valley City, Sigma Chi, ASAE,
Laverne Noyes Scholarship, intramural
Tau Beta Sigma, YWCA, WAA, LSA,
Dance Program. TOLLEFSON, MAX-
INE Y., HE, Fargo, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Tryota, transfer from Concordia
AAS, Bismarck, Theta Chi social ch.,
rush oh., Inter-frat. Council, Brevities,
Class of 1955
cabinet, intramural softball. WARNES,
DENNIS D., Ag, Stephens, Minn., Farm
House sec'y, pledge trainer, Agronomy
club, Saddle and Sirloin, Inter-frat.
Council, intramural sports. ,
sports, transfer from Valley City State
Teachers College. WEBER, DOUG-
LAS D., AAS, Ashley, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Laverne Noyes Scholarship, Ge-
ology club, Gold Star Band, transfer
from MacPhail College of Music.
WESTERMANN, DUANE C., Ph,
1 4 unub 1- WELKEN, RALPH L., Eng, Valley
ef, ' City, Sigma Chi house manager,
, Q, " ASEE, lns. of Radio Eng, Engineering
Council pres., intramural sports, trans-
fer from Valley City State Teachers.
WENTZ, MARLYS Y., AAS, Fargo,
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WIDDIFIELD, BARBARA, HE, Far-
go, Alpha Gamma Delta vice pres.,
Air Debs, Phi Upsilon Omicron pres.,
YWCA, Panhellenic Council, Tryota,
Kappa Delta Pi, Senior Staff, Wom-
c-n's and Student Senate, Tau Beta
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Whois Who,
B2son, Band, Danforth, Panhellenic,
WILSON, GRETCHEN, HE: Harvey,
Alpha Gamma Della activities chair-
man, Kappa Delta Pi. WITTEMAN,
STANLEY A., Eng, Molmll, Sigma
Phi Delta, ASME pres., Engineering
Council, AFROTC Rifle Team cap-
tain, Tau Beta PI, Pi Tau Sigma con-
New Salem., Kappa Psi, Brevities,
' Spring Sing, intramural sports.
WHEELER, RALPH M., Eng, Minot,
Alpha Tau Omega vice pres., Blue
Key sec'y, AIEE-IRE vice pres., intra-
mural sports. WHITE, JEREMIAH P..
Eng, Garrison, Sigma Phi Delta bus.
Kappa Delta rush ch., Tryota, Ski
club, YWCA, Panhellenic Council,
Choir, Brevities, Homecoming atten-
dant, Spring Sing. WESTBERG, LOR-
EN, Ag, Hawley, Minn.
mgr., Kappa Tau Delta, Atlier Chat
Noir, John Robinson
Arnold Air Society,
Kappa Tau Delta
Spring Sing, Choir,
alll and the Night
Men on a Horse",
club sec'y, treas.,
AF Drill Team,
Glee club, "Am-
Class of 1955
deLendrecie, PEO Scholarships. WIL-
LIAMS, JOAN, HE, Buxton, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, Air Delis, YWCA,
Tryota, Chorus, LSA, Art club,
Brevities, Spring Sing. WILLMING, ,
JAMES R., AAS, Slater, Missouri,
Sigma Chi vice pres., transfer from
Univ. of Missouri.
vention delegate. WOLF, RONALD R.,
Ph, Dickinson, Kappa Psi pres., cor-
responding seclyg Rahjalt club pres.
Newman club, Pharmacy club, Stu-
dent Senate, Brevities, Spring Sing
Student Union Activities Board, Board
of Athletics. 4
WOLFF, HELEN L.. Ch, Harvey, Alpha Gamma Delta
activities ch., Chemistry Club Award, Forman, Ford
Awards. WOLT, DAROLD, Eng, Janzeswwn, ASME.
WOLTER. ROBERT H., AAS, Fargo, Theta Chi, Vets
club, intramural sports. WOODWARD, DUANE, Ag,
ZAESKE, ALLEN B., AAS, Leonarrl, Vets club, LSA,
intramural sports, varsity football. ZIMMER, JOHN M.,
Ag, St. Cloud, Minn. ZIMMERMAN, DON C., Ch, Fargo,
Alpha Tau Omega, Chem. club pres., Edwin Booth club
vice pres., Ski club, Phi Kappa Phi, Campus Radio Station
mgr, Blue Key, D'st. Mil. Stud., Ernest T. Trigg Found.
Fellowship, Forman Ford Scholarship, LCT play casts.
ZIMMERMANN, EDWIN C. JR., Eng, Fargo, Alpha Phi
Omega pres., Scabbard and Blade pres., Tau Beta Pi, Pi
Tau Sigma, ASME, Wesley Foundation, Army Rifle
Team, Laverne Noyes Scholarship, intramural volleyball.
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Aarnes, Catherine YAAS-Sol Fargo 2C0 Anderson, ,lean lAAS-Frt Fargo 36,162
Aasness, Norman KAAS-,lrl Bottineau Anderson, Jerome KAAS-Sol Lake Park, Minn. 174
Ablrey, Marilyn KAAS-Fri Fargo 36 Anderson, JoAnne L. tl-IE-Fr? Crookstozi, Minn. 93. 113. 178. 223
Abbott, Roger CEE-,lrl Minot 207 Anderson, Joanne M. QAAS-Fr? Hunter 36
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Abrahamson, Janet. KHE-Jr? Leal 39, 138, 171, 195, 222 Anderson, John H. KAAS-SJ? Fargo
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Adams, Wade lAS'Ff1 Beach 172 . Anderson, Kermit lAAS-Srl Fergus Falls, Minn. 247
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Akason, James QAAS-.lrl Fargo 64, 65, 69, 72, 73. 215 Anderson, Rodney tPh-Fri Newtown
Albin, -1- N?1S lAS'Ff1 SQ1r11W.0011 Anderson, Roger fAg-Fr? Reeder 85, 227
Allen, Muriel QHE-Frl Goodrich I 223 Anderson Roy IAAS-Grad! Fergus Falls, Minn.
A11ff1111'1TS, George fEE-rfb Lnchville Amltffsfm Sally LHE-Sol Fargo 2, 29, 125, 128, 157, 200
Altstatt, Richard l,Ph-Sol Breckenridge, Minn. Anderson Vernon 7Ag,jr, Minot 101
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Anderson, Clarence 1-At!'F1'l 1111311011 Arneson, Barbara CHE-Srl Glyndon. Minn. 114. 128. 146, 147, 195
Anderson, garyl lEg:f,iI.lrl I:Vest Fargooq' 104 24.7
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Anderson, Donald tAg-Sol Dagmar, Mont. 226 ik:,ml1Rk0u1ihi23g Farm
Anderson, Doris tHE-Srl Villard, Minn. 112, 115, 147, 179, 199. 222, Agen'd0rf.'Ca1vin ,Ph-FH' Minn, ' D
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Anderson, Duane L. CAAS-Frl Fargo 22, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69, 146, 149, Asktandy '1'h0ma5 fAAS.Frj F31-gg
150, 151, 164. 175, 233, 240, 247, 230, 235 Askling, Beverly CHE-Frl Hettinger 113, 225
Aslesen, Herbert fArchE-,lrl Watertown. S. D. 179
Anderson, Elizabeth KAAS-Frl Clifford 180, 181
Anderson-, Eunice KHE-,lrl Moorhead, Minn. 115, 196
Asmundson, Lyla tl-IE-Fr? Upham 113, 223
Asp, Bjarne fAAS-Gradj Moorhead, Minn.
Astrup, J. Leo lAgE-Soi Grenora 101, 180,
Austin, Merlyn lAg-Sol Mott 82, 85, 204
Awes, Faye QHE-Srl Fargo
Awes, Robert KAAS-Sr! Fargo
Axlman, Raymond QAg-Fr! Rugby 85, 172,
Babcock, .lohn QAAS-FrJ Jamestown
Backman, David QEE-Fri Fargo
Bacluneier, William KAAS-So! Bismarck 59
Bagg, Fred 1MB-S01 Mooreton
Baillie, William lPh-Fri Rugby 93, 180,
181, 215, 227
6, 158, 159,
Baker, Renee QAAS-Jrl Cavalier 2, 150, 151, 152, 153, 15
Bakkon, Janice IAAS-Frj Wahpeton 47, 93,
Bakken, John LMB-Soj Hannalord
Baldwin, Bruce l,CEfSoJ Valley City
Baldwin, Paul fAg-Sr! Fargo 216, 247
Balke, Rollis LPI1-Srl Crookston, Minn.
Balow, R. Lyle KME-Frj Endcrlin
Barnes, Virgil CAg-Fr! Page
Barnick, Bill lAg-So! Fargo
Baron, Anton tArchE-Fri Fargo
Barr, Burton lAg-Gradj Cooperstown
Barrett, James tPh-Fri Grey Eagle. Minn.
Barrett, Robert l,Ag-Fri Linton 185, 228
Barrows, Robert lME-Fry Fargo 124
Barstad, Donna 11-112-Fri Ray 113, 185, 225
Bartholomay, Cordon CAAS-Fri Fargo
Bartholomew, Charles fCh-Soi Hawley, Minn. 220
Bartholomew, David tAg-Srl Fargo 147
Barton, John fAAS-Sol Powers Lake
Bartz, Albert KAAS-Grad? Fargo
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Bauer, Frederick QME-Fri Bluegrass
Bauer, Wayne tAg-Frj Max
Baumann, Dwight QME-Sr? Ashley 93, 103, 105, 107, 146, 147, 166,
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Baumler, Bernard CME-Sol Wheatland
Bear, Maureen CPI1-Fri Langdon 160, 225
Beatty, James fCh-Jrl Fargo 96, 138, 167, 190, 219
Beaver, D11Wayne QAASQFU Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Beck, Joseph KME-Sol Linton 228
Becker, Clarence IAAS-Srl Chicago, 111. 34, 53, 59, 130, 164, 220
Becklund, Thornton 11212-Grad! Almonl
Bednar, Stanley l'Arcl1E-Fr! Lidgerwood
Beechie, Brian fArchE-Sol Litchville
Bender, Darlene IHE-Fri Harvey 176. 224
Bender, Marvin KME-So? Harvey 64, 207
Benedict, Sandra KAAS-Fri Moorhead, Minn. 2, 35. 157
Benesh. Delmar lAg-Fri Ada, Minn. 59
Benewicz, Urban CAAS-Cradl Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Bennett, Warren tPh-Fri Crookston, Minn.
Benson, Carl 11311-S01 Larimore 211
Benson, Kay fAAS-Spec.l Fargo 150. 184
Benson, Robert IEE-Sol Nome
Bentley, Jim lCE-Sol Fargo
Berg, Arnold Jr. CAAS-Sol Finley
Berg, Earl fArch1f-Soi Minot
Berg, Haldor fAAS-Grad! Moorhead, Minn.
Berg, John iAg-Frl Wyndmere 84, 178, 228
Berg, Joyce tHE-Soi Bottineau 42, 43, 45. 90, 93, 112, 195, 284
Berg, Milton tAgE-Frl Fargo 101, 180
Berg, Ne'l IEE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 162. 163
Berg. Richard lPh-Srl Fargo 120, 121, 211. 247
Berg, Robert tArchE-Grad! Moorhead. Minn. 132, 180
Bergan, Jean ll-IE-Soi Hawley, Minn. 112, 192, 222
Berge, Donald fAgE-Sol llatton 101
Berger, Maynard lPh-Srl Richardton 123, 211. 247
Berger, Raymond fPh-Soi Richardton 121, 160. 184
Bergoson, Harold fiCE-Fri Lake Park. Minn.
Bergland, Dale l'Ag-Srl Hettinger 84, 204-
Bergren, Dennis tCl1em-.lrl Fargo 204-
Bergren, Jeanne CHE-Jrj Fargo 192
Bergren, Leonard IME-Srl Fargo 247
Bergstrom, John IAAS-Sol Devils Lake 91. 93, 207
Berkeland. Bruce t1E8zM-Jr1 Lancaster, Minn.
Bertscb, Floyd tCh-Srl Ashley 93. 96, 247
Beske. Raymond tPh-Srl Fergus Falls, Minn. 247
Besselievre. Donn fArchE-Srl Ray 30, 93, 123, 213, 247
Betting, Robert lCE-Jr1 Forman 91
Bicber, Allan fCh-Jrl Mott 180, 181
Bieber, Loran fCh-Sr? Mott 180, 186, 247
Bieri, Russel tAg-Jrl Oberon 204, 267
Bigelow, Edwin fAAS-Grad! Fargo
Biggs, Lenore l'Educ-Jrl Fargo
Bilden, Audrey fHE-Jr1 Northwood 112, 115, 125, 196
Bilden, Paul fPh-Sol Northwood '
Birk, George fAg-Sri Fargo 247
Birkeland, Mary THE-Srl Sheyenne 90, 93, 136, 187, 222, 248
to the 1955 Class
306 Broadway, Fargo
Bruce M. Johnson
West Fargo N. Dak.
MORNING - EVENING - SUNDAY
Birkeland, Myron lAg-Jr? Sheyenne 82, 167, 172, 248 Bratten, Melvin lAg-Jrl Greenbush, Minn. 83, 208
Bisek, Jerine CHE-Frj Mahnomen, Minn. 113, 169, 225 Bratten, Wayne CAAS-Frb Fargo 59, 69
B1Sll0P, Bruce QCE-Sol F3130 Bradbury, Philip CME-Srl Fargo 104, 220, 248
Bissell, Williarn KME-Sol Portal 103, 226 Bradley, Gerald fAg-Frl Lansford 84, 175
Bisted, Morris KAAS-Jrl Brainerd, Minn. 56, 59, 164 Brakke, Darla KAAS-Frj Fergus Falls, Minn.
Bitters, Barbara CAAS-Srl Fargo 196, 248 Brakken, Harvey fAg-Fri Horace
Bitz. Lawrence KME-Fr? Napoleon 227 Brandt, Fred fAg-Graclb Minot
Bjellaud, Duane lAg-Frl Erskine, Minn. Brandvik, Michael fAg-Frl Killdeer 85
Bjorklund, Alice tHE-Srl Richville 112, 248 Brandvold, Ronnie fAg-Sol Bottineau 84. 101, 204
Bjornson, Loren lAAS-Jrj Fargo 159, 207 Branning, Roger KAAS-Frl Woodwortli 226
Bjornson, Neal fAg-Fr? Arvilla 85 Bratholt, Morris CAAS-Srl Hunter 226, 248
Blackburn, Harvey lPh-Jrl Billings, Mont. Braun, Melvin lAg-Frl Hawley, Minn. 59, 229
Blair, Bruce lCh-Fri Fargo 96 Brekke, Audrey tHE-Fri Minnewaukarr 36, 90, 93, 113, 223
Blair, Richard QAAS-Jrl Fargo 132 Brekke, Lillian KAAS-Grad! Fargo
Blazek, Eugene KEE-Frl Lidgerwood 185 Brcnteson, Allen KAAS-Frl Dagmar, Mont. 69
Blegen, Sonja KAAS-Srl Moorhead. Minn. 89, 93, 155, 199, 248 Breuer, Peter lAgE-Sol Fargo 54, 59
Blilie, Ronald fME4SoJ Jamestown Breyer, James CAAS-Frl Fargo
Blomseth, Harold CME-S01 Wauhun, Minn. 103 Briggs. Evelyn tHE-Jrl Fargo 112
Boe, Eldon fPh-Sol Minot Brinkman, Ray lAg-Fr? Leith 85, 228
Boeddeker. Dallas lME-Fri Hillsboro Broclsllaug. Orton fAg-Frl Davenport
Boelke, William KEE-Fri Jamestown Broggcr, John fAg-Sol Emerado
Bohlig, Gretchen fl'1E-Sol Fargo 31, 200 Bromander, Gayle YEE-Srl Fargo 104, 107, 147, 248
Bohnet, Charles CAAS-Fri Fargo 36 Brown, Bernard lCE-Jrl Stanley 207
Bohnsack, Waltei' lAg-Spool Hillsboro Brown, Charles D. lME-Srl Fargo 207, 248
Bollingherg, John lAg-Srl Bremen 39, 85, 101, 204. 248 Brown, Charles L. lEE-Jrl Fargo 104
Bolmeier, Fred lAAS-Srl Fargo 21.6, 248 Brown, Floyd lAAS-S01 Fargo
Bolmgren, Lester HSE-Srl Fargo 104, 107, 147, 248 Brown, Leonard fEE-Sol Fargo 93
Bouewell, Daryl CEE-Jrl Pelican Rapids, Minn. 104 Brown, Robert D. fArch-Gradl Fargo
Bonhus, Willialtl fAAS-Jrl Valley City 91, 93 Brown, Robert K. fArch-Frl Fargo 69
Bopp, Charles lME-Frl Slirum 124 Brumwell, Robert fEE-Jri Erskine, Minn. 104
Bopp. Delwin lAAS-Sol Stirum 124 Bruns, Robert fEduc-Gradl Fargo
Borchardt, Franklin lCh-Sol Flasher 167. 190, 219 Bums, Shirley fA,AS-Frl Oriska
Borchelt, Marlin fAg-Srl New Salem 10.0, 101, 107, 147, 178, 212,
Bordsen, Donald IAAS-Gradl Moorhead, Minn. 174
Borg, Kenneth fPh-Jrl Evansville, Minn. 76, 121
Borge, Donald QCE-Jrl Flasher
Bostwick, Don lAg-Grad? Baggs, Wyo.
Bosworth, Janet IHE-Srl Casselton 31, 88, 114, 125, 192, 248
Boucher, John CArchE-Fri Des,Lacs 184
Boudreau, Robert lPh-S01 Keewatin, Minn.
Bourgois, Roger lAg-Fri Bismarck
Bouvette, Joyce tHE-Frl Devils Lake 113, 184, 224
Bowles, Neil KEE-Jrl Sarles 125, 204
Bowman, Enid IAAS-Sol Valley City 177, 180, 224
Brunsdale, John fAg-Srl Fargo 207, 248
Brunsvolcl, Marilyn tHE-Frl Fargo
Brusseau, Jucleen fAg-Frl Osnabrock 85
Buchanan, Peggy' lAAS'Frl Jamestown 46
Buchholz, Dennis CPh-Jrl Ashley 166
Buchholz, Gerald CEE-S05 Ashley
Buck, Vlfilliam lAg-Fri Laurens, N. Y. 159
Buckeye, John fAg-Fri Nortonville 101, 229
Buegler, Paul fEE-S01 Minot A
Buelow, Raymond fAg-Sri Drake 2, 81, 85,
Buendiger, Lois KAAS-Fri Perham, Minn.
Buer, Lawrence tCh-Fri Edgeley 96, 226
Bulter, Mary KAAS-Sol Fargo 199
123, 125, 204, 248
Burchill, Sally tHE-Srl Harvey 248
Burke, Robert fCh-Sol Fargo 207
Burkhart, Kenley fCh-Fri Fargo 93
Burleson, Karen fAAS-FrJ Kensal
Martin tArch-S01 Fargo 108, 167, 215
Burnett, John lCh-Jrl Fargo 96, 125
Buzalsky, Gordon IME-Sri Amidon 213
William KAAS-FrJ Casselton 59, 229
Callahan, James QME-Fri West Fargo
Campbell, Dennis QAAS-Fri Stirum
Campbell, Donald CArchE-.lrl Fargo 220
Campbell, Kay KAAS-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Candor, Lorene CAAS-Grad? Fargo
William CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Cantwell, Joan tHe-Fri New Salem 113, 223'
Cariveau, Howard lAg-Fri East Grand Forks, Minn. 83, 85
Carlson, Danny CAAS-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Carlson, Don tAg-Jrj Fargo 83, 153
Carlson, L. Donovan QME-Sol Fargo
Carlson, Eugene f1ESzM-Srl Fargo 190, 216, 248
1622 Front St.
Fargo, N. Dak.
Riverdale, N. Dak.
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Carlson, James fPh-FIJ Fargo 121
Carlson, Lauren fAg-Sol Chokio, Minn.
Carlson, Nancy 11-112-Soi Wheaton, Minn. 90, 93, 112, 195
Carlson, Robert KEE-Jrl St. .lohn 104
Carpenter, David tArchE-Fri Hope APPAREL
Cedarstrom, Roy QEE-.lrl Minot 207
Chamberlain, William fIE81M-Jrl Minot 124, 184
Chapin, Karin KAAS-Fri Osnabrock 2, 36, 222 and
ggepulis, Veto tAg-Sol Devils Lake
ild, Gordon CCE-Sri Bucyrus 30, 100, 102, 107, 125, 146, 147, 149,
153, 154, 167, 219, 24.9 ACCESSOWES
Childs, Virginia KAAS-Fr? Fayette , , ,
Christian, Dorothea tHE-sry Fargo 192 Dwmond SPGCIGNSTS for
Christian, Phalery CEE-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn. -Q-
C ristianson, Cli ford CCE-Soi Plaza 93, 229
Christensen, Curtis CEE-,Tri Fargo 104, 229 More Than 40 Years
Christensen, Joe KAAS-Jr? Fargo
Christensen, Keith KAAS-Gradl Fargo
Churchill, James fPh-Sol Herman, Minn. 211 ode SAO 4th Sf, and Center Ave,
glaffy, Jarfyl 11211-so Thief River Falls, Mina. 211, 248 I0
airmont, Tteodore KAAS-Gradj Fargo
Clarens, Richard IAAS-Sol Fargo f MOORHEAD
Clark, Bruce CAg-Fri Emrick 101, 228 Thai Are Sure T0 Please
Clark, Jack KAAS-Jr? Fargo 74, 167
Claus, Dennis IAAS-Fri Lisbon 59
Cleary, David IAAS-Grad? Fargo
Cleland, .losephinc fHF.-Fri Fargo
Clemens, Grace fAAS-Gradl Fargo
Coauette, Richard QCE-Fri Crookston, Minn. 185, 227 Cousins, Robert KCE-Fr? Fargo 175
Cobb, Marjorie KAAS-Fri Fargo 36, 90, 93 Cowden, Loretta IAAS-Fri Dilworth, Mirin.
Cohick, Grace fl-IE-Jrj Fort Yates 202 Cox, David CEE-Sol Fargo ,
Coit, William 1Ag-Soi Englevale 85 Crary, Paul tAg-S01 Fargo
Coleman, Gordon fEE-Sol Bismarck Craven, Barbara CAAS-Sol Carrington 93, 192
Colliton, Patrick MAS-Srl Fargo 249 Craven, Marian KAAS-Fri Bismarck 176, 222
Compton, Orville KAAS-Jr! Oberon 76, 204 Cravens, Leonard QME-Fr? Elbow Lake, Minn.
Condon, Marvin YAAS-Sri Falkirk 249 Crosby, Donna QHE-Sri Cavalier 196, 241
Connor, Donald QME-Soi Starkweather Crum, Clark fPh-Fri Dunseitll 69
Conroy. Kenneth KEE-Fri Detroit Lakes, Minn. Cuff, James QME-Fri Winflom, Minn.
Conzemius, Robert tCh-,lrl Breckenridge, Minn. 72, 73, 96, 227 Cullen. Lois CHE-,lrl Sheldon 112, 115, 223
Cook, Robert lAg-Fri Glyndon, Minn. 178 Culp, F. Murl KME-Srl New Rockford 104, 105
Corneliussen, Philip KEE-Fri Fargo Cummins, John iCh-,lril Portal 96, 226
Cornell. Kenneth IEE-Fri Sauk Centre, Minn. 36 Cunningham, Downey KAAS-S01 Waukegan, 111. 169
Cortese, Gene iPh-Fr? Keewatin, Minn. 32, 54, 59. 164 Curl, Robert iAg-Srl Cando 39, 85, 204, 249
Cosh, Robert 1Ag-Fri Herman. Minn. Cvancara, .loe lAg-Srl Ross 82, 84. 123, 228, 249
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FARGO SEED HOUSE
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Dagner, Lyle QCE-,lrl Bottineau
Dahl, Conrad fAgE-Fr? Wheaton, Ill.
Dahl, Francis CAAS-Gradl Valley City
Dahl, Lorraine KHE-Frl Badger, Minn. 113, 176, 225
Dahlin, Earl lAgE-Fri Warren, Minn.
Dahlen, Karen KAAS-Fri Fargo
Dahlen, Marilyn 11-112-Sol Michigan 112, 180, 181, 223
Dahlquist, Richard lAAS.S:b Moorhead, Minn. 249
Dahlslrom, Darrell IEE-Sol Appleton, Minn.
Dalager, Kenneth KEE-Jrl Glenwood, Minn. 104
Daly, Eugene lPl1-Jr? Duluth, Minn. 121, 226
Davidson, Donald KCE-,lrl Devils Lake 213
Davidson, Kenneth lAg-F1'J Beulah 227, 228
Davis, An-na KHE-Fri Monango 113, 176, 224
Davis, David fCh-Sol Dickinson 212
Davis, Gary KAAS-Fri Wadena, M.inn. 59
Dawson, Lyle Jr. CAg-Srl SE. Anthony 179, 249
Day, Thomas KAAS-Frl Detroit Lakes, Minn. 59
deCausmeakcr, Rohet QAAS-Frl Fargo
DeFehr, Dennis fAAS-Frl Enderlin
Dejardine, Robert IArch-Fr! Fargo 185
DeKrey, Evelyn CHE-.lrl Steele 93, 112, 115, 187, 224
DeKrey, Kenneth iAg-.lrl Pettibon-e 83, 84, 186, 208
Denich, Darell IAAS-Sol Kief 226
Denich, Glorine ll-IE-S91 Kief 93
Denis, Dianne CAAS-Sol Fargo
DeRosier, James fAAS-.lrl Brainerd, Minn. 52, 59
Detke, Fred QME-.lrl Alamo 103, 105
Devine, James IEE-Frl Lakota
Devitt, Basil QME-Fri Milnor
Devries, Duane fArchE-Fri Valley City 59
Dewey, Mildred QAAS-Fri Forman
Dewey, ,lon QAAS-.lrl Forman 157, 220
Deyo, Keith CIE8zM-Srl Browns Valley, Minn. 126, 128, 129, 219,
Dick, Gary lME-Srl Lisbon 103, 123, 220, 249
Diemert, Laurence lArchE-JIJ Valley City 216
Digerness, Harris CEE-Sol Fargo
Dilger, Richard fPh-S31 Mandan
Ditch, Duane USE-Frl Oakes 35
Dobler, William CME-Frl Ashley
Dodds, Jackson fPh-S01 New Rockford
Doeling, Kent IEE-Sol Fargo
Doroles Hollunds und Merrill Johnson using the card files to locate books
which they desire in the NDSC Library.
Donovan, Kathleen LAAS-Sr? Fargo 125, 155, 200, 249
Doolittle, Dean CAg-Fri Hazelton
Doran, Daniel lME-Srl Grand Rapids. Minn. 103, 105. 219, 249
Dostert, Joseph KME-Sol Lonetree
Driscoll, John tPh-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
DuBe, Henry lArchE-Srl Fargo
Duckstad, Lisa KHE-Fr! Ironwood, Mich. 93, 113, 182
Duerre. M. Gerald tlE8zM-Sr? Mohall 103, 124, 147, 249
Duerre, Kenneth tlE8iM-Fr! Mohall 125
Dufault, Larry lPh-Fri Oklee, Minn. 184
Duin, David QCE-Fr! Vifahpeton 2
Duella. Margaret tHE-Jr! Fargo
Duella, Mary QAAS-Frj Fargo 2
Duncan, Marvin iAg-S07 Calvin 169, 181
Duncanson, La Verne tl-IE-Fri Mott 113, 224
Dunham, Dale lAgE-Fri Moorhead, Minn. 101
Dunham, Donald lAgE-Fri Moorhead. Minn. 101
Dunnum, De Verne tPh-Jr? Page
Durkop, Richard tAg-Fri Gardner
Dustin, Daniel lCh-Gradj Fargo 95
Dustrud, Gerald tArchE-Fri Fargo
Dybing, Le Roy tCh-Soi Harvey 220
Easter, Holton CME-Frl Whiting, Ind. 59, 69
Eaton, Ellen IAAS-Sol Fargo 171
Ebeltoft, David fAg-Grad! Hillsboro
Ebeltoft, Pat IHE-Sr? Frazee, Minn. 88, 93, 114, 128, 1
192, 223, 233, 235, 249
Ebling, Ann KHE-Soi Barnsville, Minn. 112, 192, 222
Edinger, Karen CHE-Fri Fargo 113, 176
Eggan, Robert QME-Fri Fargo
Egli, John lAgE-Sri New Salem 101, 172, 182
Ehlers, Elaine KHE-Sol Devils Lake 178, 192, 223
Ehly, Ray CCE-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 102, 249
Ehrichs, Warren QME-S01 Halstad, Minn. 93
Eide, Ben fAg-FrJ Bowdon
Eide, Mary KAAS-Fri Fargo 185
Eide, Rodney fME-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Ekstrom, Arnold KAAS-Jrl Rosholt, S. D. 186
Elijah, Carroll KAAS-Jrl Lisbon
Ellingsberg, Don fIE8zM-Srl Williston 91, 93, 14-6, 149, 150, 151, 152,
190, 215, 233, 238, 249
Ellison, Otto C. Jr. QAAS-Jrl Coral Gables, Fla.
Ellsworth, Coleman QEE-Frj Rugby
Elofson, Stanley QAAS-Jr? Fargo 182, 186
Elston, Richard CEE-Jrj Fargo 72, 73
Elton, Ole KEE-Fri Fargo
Elton, G. Robert KAAS-Sri Fargo
Emerson, Terry CMEAJIJ Fargo 103, 105
Enabit, Guy QAAS-Jrl Fargo 124, 137, 164, 215
Enander, Ruby tHE-Srl Stanley 112, 250
Engebrelson, Jerome KCE-S01 Frazee, Minn.
Engebretson, Roger LME-Sol Litchville 215
Engel, J. Daniel QCE-Jrj Moorhead, Minn.
Enger, Roberta tPh-Fr! Halstad, Minn. 93, 121, 224
Engh, Richard LME-Sol Fargo 74, 127
Engh, Thomas KME-Fri Fargo
Englund, Robert QEE-S01 Twin Valley, Minn.
Enkhaus, Roland QME-Fri Staples, Minn.
Eriksmoen, Duane tAg-Jr? .Leeds 82, 125, 190, 220
n, Joyce tHE-Fr! Leeds 90, 93, 113, 225
Alfie KEE-Fri Wadena, Minn.
Allan KAAS-Sol Kindred
Ann QHE-Srl Fargo 250
Audrey QAAS-Jrl Fargo
Donald fPh-Sr? Argyle, Minn.
Donna CHE-Srl Climax, Minn.
Duane tAg-Soi Fargo
Eugene CAg-Gradl Fargo
Gloriann QHE-Srl Fargo 2, 195
Howard iAg-Fri Edinburg
Leonard KEE-Sol Fargo
Erickson: Lyle fAg-Fri Fargo
Noelle QAAS-Fri Harwood
, Roger iME-Jrl Garske 125, 207, 282
Evavold, Dale IME-Fri Ashby, Minn. 219, 226
Evenson, Gene ICE-Jri Edgeley
Evenson, Milton iAg-Jrl Fargo
Evenson, Sharon IHE-Srl Edgeley 200, 250
Joan fPh-Jrl Fargo 159, 160, 223
Gerald IME-Fri Granville 226
Fagerlund, Janet CHE-Sol Rolla 112, 128, 192,
Farlow, Janet tHE-Jrl Wahpetoii 93, 112, 223
120, 121, 211, 248
112, 202, 250
Ellingson, Arnold lAgE-Fri Moorhead, Minn. 36, 93 Farnum, Bruce tCh-Sol Fargo 91, 93, 166
Elliott, William iAg-Fri Galesburg 59 Feeney, James CIESIM-Fri Fargo 36, 159
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Fehr, Mary CHE-Fr? Wimbleclon 113, 177, 223
Felix, Elizabeth QAAS-Specj Minot
Fell, Freddie QAAS-Sol Fargo
Fenno, Gerald tAg-Fr? LaMoure
Fenske, Lawrence QME-Srl Hanikinson 103, 248
Ferguson, Richard KAAS-Sol LaGrange, Ill.
Femow, Erlys fl-IE-Jrl Enderlin 90, 93, 112, 11.5, 155, 180, 181, 187,
Ferris, Leslie'1Ch-Gradl Fargo
Fiebiger, Francis CME-Fr? Fargo 59
Fisher, Franklin CAAS-Fri Fargo 36
Fisher, Neil CAAS-Jrj Fargo
Fisher, Robert IAAS-Srl Fargo 34-, 138, 158, 159
Fitz, Lynn fPh-Jrl Miles City, Mont. 2, 93, 112, 128, 157, 191, 195
Flakoll, Alden CAg-FrJ Forbes
Flanders, Fred CAgfFr1 Minot 228
Fleming, Richard KAAS-Srl Fargo 250
Flesbcrg, Harvey CAg-Sol Argusville
Flick, Burton fAg-Sol Fargo
Flint, Clare QHE-Frj Fargo 113, 184'
Fluegel, Walter CAg-Gradb College, Alaska
Flynn, Kenneth QME-Sol Minot 65, 69
Fog, Holger CAg-Sol Lisbon 85, 172
Fogel, Michael QCh-,lrl Fargo 93, 95, 125, 149, 150, 151, 154, 207,
Folden, Donovan tPh-Frl Fargo
Folkestad, Harvey fPh-Jrl Oakes 207
Folstrom, Raymond CAAS-Sol Fargo
Folstrom, Ruth CHE-Fri West Fargo 2, 90, 93, 113, 157, 185
Ford, Robert fAg-.Trl Grand Forks
Forsyth, Edwin tCh-Fri Fargo
Fortney, Elizabeth QAAS-Jr? Fargo 184, 196
Foss, Elvin KAAS-Grad? Deer River, Minn.
Fossay, Sally QHE-S01 Moorhead, Minn. 113, 187, 192. 222
Fossum, Patricia CAAS-Fri Sisseton, S. D.
Fowler, James CAg-FrD Arthur
Fowler, Robert fAg-Fri Fargo
Fox, Gaylord CME-Fr? Minot 103
Fox, John fAg-Frb Rolette
Fraase, Rolf CME-,Tri Buffalo 215
Francis, Albert fME-Gradl Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Frank, Charles IME-S01 Belfield
Frank, Terryl tHe-Sol Fargo 113, 184, 196
Fraser, Jack CPh-S01 Warren. Minn. 211
Frazee, Estelle fAAS-Fri Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Frederick, Vernard iAg-Frj Flasher 172
Frederick, Nancy CHE-Fri Fargo 113, 176
Frederickson, Fred tAg-S01 Moorhead, Minn.
Frederickson, Marlys fAAS-Fr! Fergus Falls, Minn.
Frederickson, Wallace KME-Fri Rothsay, Minn.
Freer, Vincent 1AgE-SrJ Dickinson 101-250
Fretland, Donald KAAS-Srl Fargo 250
Fridland, Thomas lCE-Srl Barnesville, Minn.
Friede, Gordon fAg-Frl Chinook, Mont. 59, 132, 229
Friedman, Jerry fIE8zM-Srl Fargo
Frisch, Charles fPh-Frj Ashley
Friskop, Arvid CAg-Frl Wyndmere
Frost, Harvey CPh-Jrl Fargo
Fuchs, Leslie KME-Frl New Salem
Fuglie, Winton QAg-Sol Fargo
Fuller, Edward CArchE-Sol Fargo
Fullerton, Ronald CCh-Fr? Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 96, 226
Gaarder, Rodger fAg-Srl Park River 83. 204-, 226, 250
Gackle, Bryan KAAS-Jrl Kulm 162, 163, 220
Gagnon, Maurice CAAS-Sr? Walhalla 207, 250
Gagstetter, Marjorie KAAS-Specl
Gall, Noyal fAg-Frl Wishek
Gallagher, Patrick CAAS-Fr? St. Thomas 185, 226
Gamache, Larry QEE-Frj Lisbon
Gamache, Orrin fCE..lrJ Lisbon
62, 63, 66, 67, 69, 164
Gammalson, Lillian fAAS-Srl Fargo
Gard, George fAAS-Sol Fergus Falls, Minn. 93
Garrison, Karen fA'AS-Sol Minot 162, 199, 224-
Gates, Gordon fPh-,Trl Casselton 127
Gates, Thomas CAg-Jr? Miles City, Mont. 125
Gathman, Francis fArchE-Fri Bertbold
Gebhard, James fCE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 102
Gebhart, Roger fAAS-Fr? Wahpeton 36, 59
Geek, Wallace fPh-Jrl Dickinson 185, 211
Gehring, Dennis CCE-IIB Bottineau
Geizler, Elaine fHE-,lrl Minot 2, 112, 159. 187, 191, 192
Geller, Aaron CAAS-Fri Fargo
Gelnett, Robert CArch-Fri Riverdale 229
Gemlich, Ronald CCE-Fri Hawley, Minn.
Gendreau, LaRae tHE-Sol Walhalla 125
Gentzkow, David fAg-Fri Lamoure
Gerhardy, Robert KAAS-.lrl Fargo
Gerhardson, Marvin KAAS-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Gertcis, Katherine tl-IE-Jr? Syracuse, N. Y.
Gerth, Frederick CAg-Fr? Garrison 228
Gess, David tArchE-Frl Fargo
Geston, Magnus QArchE-Srb Edinburg 28, 38, 98, 106, 146, 149, 150,
154, 190, 220, 233, 234, 250
Geston, Robert KAAS-Grad? Gardar 60, 69
Geving, Darlene KHE-Jrl Parshall 169, 176, 180, 181, 202, 225
Gibbons, Gary tAg-Srj Lakota 82, 85, 146, 1419, 150, 153, 204, 250
Giese, James CME-Jr! Aberdeen, S. D. 103, 104, 179
Gion, Robert fPh-Jr? Regent 22, 30, 93, 147, 150, 152, 153, 190, 211
Gisvold, Vernon tAg-Fr? Grandin
Gjernes, Oscar iEd-Gradj Fargo -
Gjertson, Ronald QEE-So? Lisbon
Gjertson, Roy QCE-Srj Lisbon 100, 102, 250
Goecke, Charles KAAS-Gradl Fargo
Goedert, Douglas fAI'Cl'l-JIJ Fargo 215
Goehl, John tArehE-Sr? Fargo 106, 216, 250
Goldador, Bernard tME-Sol Fargo
Goldfine, Darrell fPh-Sol Fargo
Goldfine, Solomon tPh-Sol Fargo
Goodfellow, Vance fAg-Gradj Fargo
Goodwin, Jean LHE-Srl Walhalla 182, 222, 250
Gorder, Paul tAg-Srl Galchutt 125, 207, 250
Gorder, Reggie tAg-Sol Bottineau 2, 82, 85, 91, 93, 156, 204-
Gordon, Beverly QHE-Srl Fargo 88, 125, 136, 179, 192, 250
Gordon, Earl LME-Fr? Moorhead, Minn.
Cores, William QME-Frl Bisbee 228
Graff, Chris fCh-Jr? Jamestown
Granlund, Roger LEE-Fri Nelson, Minn. 228
Grau, Roger LME-Jrl Walhalla 91, 93, 103, 105
Graupman, Elaine fl-IE-Jrj Bowdon
Green, James tArchE-Frl Towner 36
Green, JoAnne QAAS-FrJ Fargo
Gregory, Joseph KAAS-Frl Ironwood, Mich. 59
Grenz, Herbert fAg-Fri Livona 228
Grewatz, Burdette lArchE-Fri Edgeley 96, 229
Grewatz, Wanda fCh-Fr? Edgeley 225
Griffin, James fArchE-Jrl Larimore 99
Grimes, Joann KAAS-Srl Fargo 22, 23, 125, 192, 251
Grimsrud, LuVerne tAg-FrJ Moorhead '
Grindahl, Jean tHE-S01 Fargo 192
Gronbeck, H. Don QME-Sol Fargo
Grodahl, Walter CAAS-Grad? Walcott
Gronhovd, James fAg-Fri Northwood
Gronhovd, Phyllis IHE-Srl Edmore 187, 251
Gross, Denis fAg-Fri Enderlin
Gross, Eugene t1E8rM-S01 LaMoure 103, 167, 219
Grosz, Theodore CAAS-Srl Moorhead, Minn.
Gruchalla, Thomas KAAS-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Gruebele, James tAg-Fri Wishek 82, 226
Guest, Richard fAgE-Srl Menoken 107, 208, 251
Gulland, Charles QCE-Srl Lisbon 74, 212, 251
Gullickson, Warren fPh-Fri Fargo 69
Gullingsrud, Dennis CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Gulseth, Grant KCE-Frl Thief River Falls, Minn.
Gunderman, Frank tPh-S01 Ulen, Minn. 121, 180, 181
Cunkelman, Richard KAAS-Gradl Fargo 153
Gurley, Roger fCh-S01 Tioga 216
Gustafson, Dale CAgE-Grad? Fargo
Gustafson, John KCI1-Frl Minneapolis, Minn.
Gutknecht, Gerald KAAS-Sol Hazen 229
Gutzmer, Marvin CAAS-Soi Wyndmere 172
Guyer, Robert CME-Jrl Fargo 1.03, 105
Haakenson, Martin fPh-Frl Hatton
Haarsager, Curtis CAAS-Jr? Litchville 129, 215, 251
Haas, Duane QEE-Jrl Tolna
FIHHEZJHDC CAAS-Srl Lidgcrwood 128, 146, 147, 148, 152 191, 199,
Haas, Jolm fAg-Sol Lelor 66, 69, 82, 204
Haas, Milo tPh-Fr? Ashley 226
Haas, Sandra KHE-S01 Lidgerwood 2, 112, 128, 157, 191, 199, 224
Haberlach, Anthony KAAS-Sol Fargo 56, 59
Haga, Judy KAAS-Sol Enderlin 177
Hage, Marvin QME-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Hagen, Gerald fEE-So? Bcrthold 172
Hagen, Mary IHE-Jrl Enderlin 90, 125, 191, 196
Hagen, Patricia tHE-FrJ Erskine, Minn. 113, 165, 225
Hagerott, Leon fArchE-JrJ Mandan
Hahn, Arthur QCE-Sol Fargo 102, 207
Hale, Clarence QME-Fri Fargo
Halling, Lewis fAg-S01 Bisbee
Halling, Stanley fArchE-Fri Bisbee
Hallquist, George KEE-Jr? Lisbon
Halvorson, Donald KAAS-Fri Wendell, Minn.
Halvorson, Shirley fAAS-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Hamilton, Janice KHE-Srl Fargo 88, 93, 112, 115, 195. 251
Hamilton, Thomas fAg-Frl Rugby '
Hammargren, Duane CPJ1-Jrj Fargo ,
HHUIUWF, Judith KAAS-Fr? Moorhead, Minn. 2, 36, 93, 157
Hammett, John fArchE-Srl Glyndon, Minn. 106, 251
Hans, Harvey fCh-Jrl Davenport 91
Hansen, C. Alfred iAg-Sri Oakes 85, 208, 228, 251
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Hanson, Arlys fAg-Frj Belfield '
Hanson, Barbara IHE-S01 Litchville 195, 224
Hanson Carol KHE-Jrl Portland 112, 115, 180, 181, 222
Hanson Daniel tPh-S01 Hancock, Minn. 211
Hanson Donald fArchE-Sol Fargo 108, 166
Hanson, Douglas QCE-Srl Harvey . 29, 30,-33, 91, 93, 123, 125
Hanson Duane CAg-Sol Minot 84, 172
Gordon fAg-Sol Osnabrock
Janice QHE-Frl Absaraka 113
Meloy CEE-Jr? Lidgerwood
Norman CAAS-Jrl Fargo 190, 216
Paul CAg-Sol Wildrose
Richard Charles fArch-Sr? Fargo 98
Richard Clarence fCh-Jr? Fargo
Ronald fAg-Fr? Halstad, Minn.
Theodore KAAS-Fri Fargo
Hanson, Wesley fAAS-Sol Carrington
Harak, Arnold fcll-JIJ Venturia 96
Harbor, Nwanko fCE-Sol Nigeria 179
Harchanko, Ray CPI1-Srl Sioux Falls, S. D. 215, 251
Harju, Arvid QCE-Fri McKenzie
Harju, Philip fCh-Jrl Bismarck 96 '
Harmon, James C1ES1M-Fri Fargo 69, 185
Harmon, Kenneth YAAS-S05 Foxholm 172, 184
Harrnsen, Amold iAg-Fr? LaMoure 226
Harrie, Eugene CArchfSrJ Jamestown 106, 251
Harrington, Ryan QAAS-Soi Fargo
Harrington, William fAg-FrJ Grandin
Harris, Robert fAg-Fr? Fargo
Harrison, Glen fPh-Sol Clinton, Minn.
Harry, LeRoy CAAS-Fri Marquette, Mich.
Hart, Clayton CAg-Srl Chaseley 174, 251
Hart, Gary fAg-Sri Wales 2, 38, 43, 125. 14-6, 147. 149, 150, 1
152, 153, 156, 190, 204, 233, 237, 251
Hartke, Royce fCh-Frl Fargo
Hartmann, Ada KHE-Sr? Washburn 88. 114, 180, 224. 251
Hartman. Gene fCE-SOD Valley City 216, 278
Harvey, James fCh-JrJ Moorhead, Minn. 215
Hassett, Thomas fAg-Frl Casselton 86
Hatlen, Vincen fArch-Srl Fargo 98
Hauff, Floyd fAg-Fr? Fargo
Haugen, Gerald fAg-Sol Larimore 82, 180, 181
Haugen, Paul KAAS-Frl Elbow Lake, Minn. 124
Hausman, Robert fArchE-Soj Hillsboro 108, 220
Kappa Kappa Gamma added another house to the sorority circle during the
year. Pictured above are members of the active chapter and ground-breaking
Hayford, Keith iPl1-Sol Lamont, lowa
Hays, William KAAS-Srl Fargo 251
Hedahl, Arlene fHE-Fri Ada, Minn. 113, 169, 225
HCES1 Wallace ilE8zM-Sol Kempton 207, 226
Hegrenes, Robert fCh-Fri, Fargo
Heidelberger, Grace fAAS-Frj Dumont, Minn. 180-181
Heidlebaugh, Gary lME-Jr? Rugby 100, 104, 172
Heidt, Dallas iAg-Sol Arene 85-226
Heifort, Jane YAAS-Srl Fargo 125, 146, 155, 179, 200, 251
Heil, Howard CCE-Sol Hancock, Minn.
Heine, Patricia QAAS-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 170, 251
Heinemeyer, John CAAS-Srl Hebron 207, 252
Heinrich, Vernon CAg-Frl Mott 82, 169, 180, 181, 226
Heinz, Eugene iAAS-Fri Center
Heinz, Frank iAgE-Sol Center 174
Heitzmann, Duane YIESIM-Srl Ashley 91, 93, 103, 105, 16
Heley, Duane QCE-,lrl Wyndmere 102
Helgaas, Maynard lAg-Sol Beltrami, Minn. 84, 204, 267
Helgeson, Delmar QAAS-Frb Bottineau '
Helgoe, Dennis LEE-Fri Halstad, Minn.
Helland, Richard iAg-Fri Casselton 83
Hellem, Robert CIESLM-Srl Northwood 103, 129, 215, 226, 252
Helmeke, Kerry KAAS-Sol Georgetown, Minn.
Helt, Lawrence lAg-Srl Lankin 82, 84, 125, 173, 185, 208, 252
Hemphill, Eldon QAAS-Srl Fargo
Henderson, Vivian IHE-Sol Fargo
Hendrickson, Phyllis LAAS-.lrl Fargo 125, 165, 171, 200
Henning, Andrew fAg-FrJ Ray 85, 127, 172
Henning, Cecil CME-Fri Hawley, Minn.
Henning, Margaret CHE-Jrl Hillsboro 90, 93, 112, 115, 155, 183, 187
Henning, Victor QCE-Jr? Fargo 154
Henry, Darrell fAg-Fri Westhope 69, 101, 229
Herman, Ardon lAg-Sol Brinsmade 83, 208
Herman, Jerome fPh-Sol Beulah 160, 211
Hermanson, Robert KAAS-Sol Fargo
Hermanson, Ronald fAAS-Fri Fargo
Herr, Douglas IAAS-Sol Wishek 226
Herrmann, Fred fArch-Srl Minot 106
Herzog, John QAAS-Frl Fargo 36
Hesse, John CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Heupel, Helmeth CPI1-Fri Elgin
Hildahl, Curtis CArch-Fr? West Fargo
Hirrdegrand, W. Lloyd fAg-Fri Kulm
Hildre, George fAg-Srl Petersburg 46, 83, 85, 125, 146, 190, 204, 252
I-Iildreth, John IAAS-Gradl Fargo
Hill, Dana QCE-Sol Fargo 55, 59, 216
Hill, Don iPh-.lrl Towner
Hill, Glen iArchF.-Srl Fargo 52, 59, 164, 166, 216, 252
Hill, .lanice QHE-Fri Stirum 113, 223
Hillesland, Ruben KAAS-Srl Aneta 226, 252
Hilling, Dave QEE-.lrl Williston
Hinman, Karen KHE-So? Alexander 113, 199
Hirsch, Roger fAg-Fri Mott 180, 181
Hirsch, Theo fAAS-Fr? Valley City
Hjelmstad, LeRoy QME-Sol Thompson
Hjelseth, Orlo QAAS-Soi Carrington
Hlavinka, Delbert lAg-Sol Lark 83, 86, 182, 183, 186
Hoekstra, Paul KME-,lrl Valley City 104, 180, 181
Hoel, William fPh-Srl Fargo
Hoffman, Anthony USE-Fri McHenry 185
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Hoffman, James ICE-Srl McHenry 102, 107, 129, 147, 184, 252
Hoffman, Zella IAAS-Specj Fargo
Hoganson, Gloria QHE-Srl Fargo 93, 180, 202, 203, 252
Hoggarlh, M. Thomas fAg-Fri Courtnay 36
Hoghaug, George fAg-Frj Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Hoistad, John CIE8rM-Srl Rutland 107, 160, 219, 252
Holcombe, Jon iPh-Jrj Brainerd, Minn. 59, 164, 168, 228
Holen, Donald fAg-Sol Grand Rapids 180, 181
Holland, Michael fPh-Jr? Fargo
Hollands, DoRoles QHE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 195, 268
Holm, Lanny fPh-Fri Wheaton, Minn. 226
Holm, Morris fAg-Jrj Halstad, Minn. 67, 72, 73, 82, 228
Holmes, George ICE-JrJ Fargo
Holstrom, Loren fPh-Srl Two Harbors, Minn. 147, 252
Holsen, Dorothy CAAS-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Holt, Audrey KAAS-Jrl Casselton 2, 159, 192, 223
Holten, Donald fCh-Frl New Rockford 96
Holthusen, Gary CEE-S01 Fargo 216
Holzman, Louis CME-Fri Reeder
Homer, Gene fPh-Sri Wildrose 160, 252
Homuth, James fCh-Grad? Valley City 113, 196
Homuth, JoAnne QHE-Sol Valley City
Hook, Martha CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Horn, James CCE-Sol Fargo 168, 174
Horne, Ray lAg-Srl Penn 30, 38, 93, 146, 149, 170, 190, 207, 233,
Horner, Anton ICE-Frl Napoleon 185, 227
Horner, Oscar QAAS-Gradl Fargo
Horst, Richard fAAS-Fr? Moorhead, Minn. 36
Horvath, Peter IEE-S01 Fargo 127
Hoss, Dianne CHE-Frl Fargo 113
Hostad, Priscilla KAAS-Sol Fargo 162, 185, 200
Hostad, Mrs. Ruth CAAS-Grad? Fargo
Hovde, John fPh-Frl Rugby 93, 121
Hovland, Curtis KAAS-Sol Fargo
Hovland, Donald CAAS-Jrj Stanley 93, 127
Hovland, Larry tAg-SrJ Regent
Howe, Arlo fAg-Jr? Hettinger 85, 204
Howe, Charles QAAS-Fr? Chinook, Mont. 59
Howe, W. Lynn fAg-Fr? Hettinger
Howell, Holly KAAS-Sol Sheldon
Howell, C. Douglas QAAS-Sol Hunter
Howitz, Donald QAAS-Sol Rock Lake 175
Howitz, Thomas CAAS-Sri Rock Lake 212, 251
Huck, Grace CAAS-Grad? Fargo
Huckle, J. David fAg-Sol Lidgerwood 93, 172
Hudspeth, Edward QAAS-Soi Hammond, Ind. 54, 59
Huebner, Williams CME-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Hughes, I-loward IAAS-FII Neche
Hughes, J. Wesley KAg-FrJ Arago, Minn.
Hughes, Max ICE-SpecJ Fargo
Hughes, Robert fAg-Sr? Steele 30, 74, 82, 167, 190, 212, 252
Huhner, Merle fAg-Jrl Davenport 101
l-Iuisman, Maynard KAAS-Jr? Mott
Hultstrand, Lois QHE-JrJ Fairdale 112, 128, 200, 222
Humes, Gary fpll-FT, Thief River Falls, Minn.
Humphrey, Donna QAAS-Fr? Casselton
Humphrey, Thomas fME-S01 Sanborn I
Hunke, Marianne il-IE-Jrl Taylor 89, 169, 184, 202
Hunke, Robert fAg-Jr1 Taylor 85, 91, 93, 101, 166, 184
Hunstad, Margaret KHE-Srl Carrington 88, 114, 138, 192, 223, 252
Hunt, Jimmy CCE-Fr? Crosby
Huntley, Charles fArch-Frl Fargo
Hurd, Philip YAAS-Frl Devils Lake
Hurley, Patrick CCE-Jrl Fargo 100, 102, 184
Husband, Wilma tHE-Sol Hensel 90, 93, 112, 196
Huson, Paul IEE-Fri Fargo
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Hutchins, Earl tCh-Gradl Crookston, Minn. 94
Hutchinson, Lloyd KCE-So? Ayr 212
Hutter, Harry fCh-Frl Fargo 96, 185
Hutton, William QAAS-Sol Towner 207
Ingberg, Richard ICE-Srl Ada, Minn. 30, 99, 102, 252
Irsfeld, Paul iPh-Jrl Breckenridge, Minn. 91, 93, 185, 211
Isaak, DeLane CAAS-Frl Bowdon
Isensee, Jerold QCh-SOD Fargo 91, 93, 96, 207
Iszler, Byron fPh-Fri Steele
Iverson, Ilene CAAS-Frj Knox
Jackson, John KAAS-Srl Fargo 252
Jacobs, Edwin ICE-Jr? Bismarck 174
Jacobson, Harland QCE-JrJ Fargo 102, 175, 215
Jacobsen, John iPh'JrJ Bismarck 228
Jacobson, Ordean fAg-JrJ Shelly, Minn. 82, 83, 208
Jacques, Joyce tHE-Fri Bottineau 113, 184, 224
Jaeb, Charles fPh-JrJ Fargo
Jaffe, Lawrence fPh-JrD Duluth, Minn. 228
Jahnke, Lois KHE-JrJ Herbert, Canada
Jarvela, Don fPh-SoJ Crosby, Minn.
Jebb, William ICE-Gradl New Salem
Jerkinson, Harold CArch-Srl Moorhead, Minn.
Jensen, W. Eugene fAg-FrJ Williston 82, 85, 228
Jensen, Gary tArch-Sol Devils Lake 36
Jensen, Joan KHE-Frl Fargo 113
Jensen, Marvin fAgE-Gradl Fargo 101
Jensen, William fIE8rM-Sol Staten Island, N. Y.
Jeppson, Carl CME-Frl Jefferson, Ky.
Jess, John QAAS-Sol Fargo
Jesser, Delton fPh-Srl Turtle Lake 253
Jirgenson, Elisabeth CPh-Jrl Gstaad, Switzerland
Johanneson, John IAAS-Sri Moorhead, Minn. 185
Johanson, Ann CHE-JrJ Sheyenne 112, 180, 222
Johnk, Charles fAg-Srl Fargo 253
Johnson, Barrett QEE-Sol Fargo 207
Johnson, F. Carol fArch-Soi Bismarck 224
Johnson, Darrell CAg-Jr? Arnegard 84, 208
Johnson, Darvin fCE-Jr1 Audubon, Iowa 220
Johnson. Deane fAg-FrJ Nevis, Minn.
Johnson, Denis KME-Fri Jamestown
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Donald G. fAg-Srl Kenmare 82, 84, 175, 208
Donald K. QAAS-Sol Fargo
Eugene CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Eugene L. QME-Jrl Fargo
Cary fAg-Sol Felton, Minn. 82
George QEE-Jrl Halstad, Minn.
Grace QHE-Jrj Plaza 222
Joann- CHE-Frl Fargo 113
John fAg-Jrl Fargo 43, 85
Joyce KAAS-Fri Barnesville, Minn.
Johnson, Julius fME-Fri Christine
Johnson, LaDon fAg-Jrl Grandin 83, 85, 253
John-son, Larry KAAS-Sol Devils Lake 93
Johnson, Lee KAAS-Fri Negaunee, Mich. 59
Johnson, Leon QAAS-Jrl Fargo 150, 152, 153, 158, 207
Johnson, Lester fArchE-Sol Tamarack, Minn.
Johnson, Marilyn CHE-Jrl Perham, Minn. 90, 93, 113, 178, 224
Johnson, Merrill CAgE-Jrl Osnabrock 101, 204, 268
Johnson, Milton IAAS-Srl Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Johnson, Richard C. QEE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 219
Johnson, Richard D. fAg-Frl LaMoure 85
Johnson, Richard F. QME-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Johnson Richard J. iAgE-Sol Hoople 101, 204
Johnson Robert QAAS-Srl Fargo 215, 253
Johnson, Roger fAg-Jrl Kindred 85, 215, 226
Johnson, Roger W. lCh-Srl Pelican Rapids, Minn. 96, 168
Johnson Rossford fAg-Srl Park River 83, 253
Johnson, Thomas fArchE-Jrl Bismarck
Johnson, Vernon KME-Sol Fargo 166
Johnson, Warner CAg-Sol Tunbridge 172
Johnston, Barry KAAS-Srl Mayville 91, 93, 207, 253
Johnston, Robert QAAS-Sri Fargo
Jolstad, Percy fPh-Srl Montevideo, Minn. 157, 216, 253
Jones, Michael KME-Frl Ballston Lake, N. Y. 46, 168, 185, 227
Jones, Patricia IAAS-Srl Willmar, Minn. 89, 93, 125, 165, 195, 253
Jonsson, Valgard CAg-Frl Saudarkrokur, Iceland
Joos, Gayle IAAS-Fri Fargo 176
Joos, Richard KAAS-Jrl Fargo 72, 164
Jordahl, Kenneth KAAS-Frl Fargo 59
Jorgenson, Arnold QAAS-Sol Cando 175
Jorgenson, Bruce fAg-Srl Dickinson 83, 87, 204, 253
Joyce, Frank CME-Frl Mapleton 228
Julian, Frederick fAAS-Jrl Fargo
Jundt, Howard CAg-Srl Rugby 83, 123, 172, 184, 253
Jungers, Jacqueline fPh-Jrl Richardton 160, 224
Just. Clarence lAg-Sol Berlin 84, 172
Just, JoAnn QHE-Srl Fergus Falls, Minn. 115, 146, 192, 253
Kaatz, Arthur CAg-Srl Fargo 253
Kaeding, Duane QEE-Srl Penn 104, 178, 219, 253
Kaelbercr, Robert QCE-Sol New Salem 102
Kaftan, Robert iAg-Srl Harvey 179
Kahl, Charles CCE-Frl Carrington
Kaiser, Nancy IHE-Jrj Fargo 89, 112, 171, 179, 195
Kalgard, Lorraine IHE-Srl Park River 169, 180, 253
Kaluza, Dale QEE-Frl Fargo
Kandt, Coleen QAAS-Sol McClusky 93, 180, 181, 187, 223
Kandt, Sharon QAAS-Fri McClnsky 180
Kanellos, Jane QAAS-Jrl Chicago, 111. 168
Kappes, Hugh QAAS-Gradl Fargo
Karakitsoo, Antonio fAg-Gradl Fargo
Kasowski, Philip QCE-Frj Casselton 59, 229
Kasperi, Sharon QHE-Srl Sheldon 147, 148, 253
Kasper, Lorraine KAAS-Fri Mandan 185, 225
Kautzman, Arthur fPh-Jrl Mandan 167, 211
Keech, Delos CME-Jrj Wahpeton
Keller, Elsie CHE-Jrl Beulah 112, 135, 180, 181
Keller, Wendell KEE-Jrj Fargo
Kelly, Larry CAAS-Sol Fargo
Kelly, Thomas QAAS-Frl Fargo
Kelm, James CEE-Jrl Fargo
Kennelly, Mary CAAS-Srl Fargo
Kent, Donald CAAS-Srl Bismarck 74, 220, 253
Kenward, Joe lAg-Fr? Page 228
Kepner, Gordon fPhys-Frl Fargo
Kessler, Wayne fPh-Srl Bovey, Minn. 120, 121, 147, 253
Kihne, George fPh-Srl Cavalier 254
Killmer, Larry QME-Srl Minot 103, 105, 107, 254
Kilzer, D. James fPh-JrJ Richardton 211
Kimball, Donald lEE-Sol Valley City
Kindred, Ronald iAg-Frl Wing
King, Dennis KME-Srl Enderlin 220, 254
King, William QCh-Sol Cando 175
Kingsley, Truman CAg-Fr? Wheatland
Kippen, Robert lAg-Frl Hamilton 228
Kirchoff, Richard KPh-Sol Carrington
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Kirk, Doris QHE-Fr! Devils Lake 183, 225
Kirk, Glen lAg-JrJ Devils Lake 93, 183, 186
Kirkeide, Melmin fAg-Gradj Fargo
Kirkhus, Jocelyn CAAS-Jr! Wyndmere 89, 93, 202, 203
Kisser, Lee Ann KHE-Jrl Fargo 112, 185
Kittelson, Gary iAg-Fri Rolette
Kittle, James lAg-Fri Grand Forks
Kittie, Robert iAg-Soi East Grand Forks, Minn.
Kjolhaug, Tollef iAg-Fr! Max
Kjonaas, Loren KAAS-S03 Minot
Kjos, Myron lArch-Jrj Fargo 166
Klassen, Sylvester ICE-Sol Fargo
Klein, Sandra CAAS-Sol Richardton 195
Klemetson, Janis IAAS-Fr! Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Klepetka, Victor KAAS-Fri Lidgerwood
Kleven, Dean CEE-Soi Jamestown
Kleven, William lCh-Soi Bismarck
Kloster, Paul fATCll-SO, Sharon 108
Kluck, Vernon iPh-Jrl Denhaff
Knight, Helen KHE-Fri Casselton 113, 225
Knight, Joe fAg-S05 Casselton 42, 45, 284
Knight, Lloyd fAg-Fri Amenia
Knoll, John CAgE-Srl Cogswell 101, 212
Knudson, Robert J. iAg-Jr? Petersburg 85, 204
Knutson, Robert 0. CAg-Jr? Argusville
Koble, Adam fAg-S01 Rugby 84, 172, 185
Kocher, Leo QME-Srl Fargo 103, 254
Kocourek, Mary CAAS-Fri Fargo
Koll, Ronald QME-Sol Melrose, Minn. 103
Kolsrud, Gary QCE-Fri Heimdal
Komrosky, Gerald KEE-SOD Moorhead, Minn.
Kopp, Clinton CAg-S01 Lisbon 57-59
Kopp, Dallas KAAS-Fri Lisbon 59
Koppang, Robert QCE-Fri Fargo
Korb, Eugene QME-Jri Calio 172
Kosir, Al iAreh-Srl Valley City 106, 216, 254
Kovell, Marjorie iHE-Jr, West Fargo 113, 180
Kraft, Kenneth CPh-Jrl Fargo
Krahn, Morris IME-Fri Fargo
Kramer, Carol CHE-Fri Fargo 113
Kramer, Delmar KME-Fri Fargo
Kramer, Don lCh-Sol Fargo
Kraus, Beverly CHE-Sri Fargo 2, 39, 93, 151, 195, 254
Krause, Gary CAg-Fri Lidgerwood 93, 127, 172
Krebsbach, John lIE8rM-Srl Fargo 103, 190, 220, 254
Kreft, Laveme iAg-Sol Wabek 85, 208
Kreiselmaier, Kurt fCh-Jrl Fargo
Kremers, Lawrence fArch-Fri Minneapolis, Minn.
Krenz, Ronald fAg-Srl Upham 83, 172, 178, 254
Kretchman, Dave iPh-Srl Lidgerwood 179
Krieg, Gene CCE-Fri Fargo
Kristofitz, Curtis CCE-Fri Fargo
Kristofitz, Donald QME-Fri Fargo
Krook, Donald fPh-Gradl Fargo
Kubischta, Peter KEE-Fri Jamestown 228
Kubisiak, Donald lCh-Gradl Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 184
Kuehnel, Rebecca CAAS-Srl Fargo 254
Kuehnel, Reno IEE-Srl Fargo 254
Kuklenski, Thomas QAAS-Fri Ironwood, Mich. 59
Kukowski, Margaret KHE-Fri Beach 113
Kulseth, James fPh-Soi Fargo 182
Kupitz, Betty KAAS-Fri Gwinner
Kurvers, James ICE-Fri Hopkins, Minn. 69
Kuske, Donald fCh-Jr? Fargo
Kvamme, Conrad fAg-Sri Ada, Minn. 82, 88, 190, 212, 254
Kvande, Selmer KEE-SOD Alamo
Kyllo, Dennis iAgE-Fri Larimore
LaFleur, Harold CArch-Sol Mayville 227
Lague, Jerome KCE-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Lahlum, Howard lAg-Fri Valley City 82, 169, 226
Lambie, Rodger fAAS-Gradl Grand Forks
Lammer, Lynn fArchE-S01 Edgeley 207
Lancaster, Marjorie IAAS-Srl Fargo 47, 170, 254
Landau, Arthur iCh-Jr? iWoodmere, N. Y. 69
Landman, John lAg-Sol Larimore 84, 204
Landstrom, Lester KEE-Sol Sheyenne 174
Lang, Ivan KCE-S01 Anamoose 55, 59
Lanz, Larry IME-S01 Devils Lake 216
Larke, Phillip fPh-Fri Breckenridge, Minn.
Larson, Albert CME-Sol Gardner
Larson, Curtis KEE-Frl Fargo
Larsen Dale fEE-Fri Fargo
Larson, Delbert fCE-Srl Bottineau 102, 254
Larson, Dennis B. KCE-Jr? Minot 102
Larson, Dennis M. fAg-Srl Heimdal 99
Larsen, Dwight KEE-Fri Fargo
Larson, Emery KCE-Sol Lake Park, Minn.
Larson, Floyd fAg-Sol Bottineau 85
Larson, Costa lAg-Sri Aferd, Sweden
Larson, Helen fHE-Jr? Fullerton 200
Jack CAAS-FrJ Moorhead, Minn. 162, 163, 207
James A. fPh-Soi Duluth, Minn.
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James P. IME-Jrl Fargo
John QAAS-Sol Fargo 91, 93, 127
Joyce IAAS-Sol Fargo
Kenneth fCE-Fri Fargo
Lloyd l1E8rM-Fri Chicago, Ill. 59
Lorna CHE-Frl Alexander 113, 225
Lorraine lHE-Sol Alexander 180, 181,
Merle fAgfSoJ Bottineau
Orton lAgE-Srl Fargo 101, 107, 254
Otis CME-Fri Lisbon 212
Patricia CHE-Fr? Moorhead, Minn. 36, 93, 113
Robert A. fAg-Fri Leeds 228
Robert D. CAAS-Gradl Hawley, Minn.
Ronald lAg-Sol Flaxton 180, 181
Thomas QCE-Srl Hazen
Victor LCE-Frj Lake Park Minn.
Larum: John fPh-.lrl Crookston, Minn. 29, 124, 207
Lau, William LPII-STD Honolulu, T. H. 254
Lavold, .lack KEE-.lrl Moorhead, Minn. 32, 104, 124, 12
Lawrence, Duane KAAS-Sol Thief River Falls, Minn. 59
Layton, Donald IEE-Sol Valley City 91-93
Leadbetter, Arthur iCh-Gradl Luverne
Lee, Elvin lCh-Grad? Fargo
tty QHE-Sri Minot 200, 254
Jayne CAAS-.1rJ Rugby 93, 125, 171, 200, 222
LaVon Q1-IE-Fri Max 113, 180, 181, 225
Wayne iArchE-Sol Northwood
5, 166, 167
Leetun, Darel lAg-Sri Hettinger 30, 43, 81, 85, 123, 125, 204, 254-
Eileen QAAS-Frl Pembina
Elizabeth CHE-Srl Hillsboro 88, 112, 192, 255
Lemmon, Duane CAg-Gradi Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Lemmon, Norman CAgE-Fri Detroit Lakes, Minn. 101, 226
Lendobeja, Dianne CHE-Soi Thief River Falls, Minn. 223
Lent, Charles fPh-Fri Fargo
Norman KME-Sol Hillsboro 220
Lervold, Donald QME-Fri Halstad, Minn.
Leshovsky, Arnold lAgE-Fri Milnor
Leshovsky, Howard QAAS-Fri Fargo
Lester, Jerry lPh-Jrl Pasadena, Calif.
Leum, Neil LCII-JF, Mayville 91, 93, 226
Leupp, Franklin QME-Fri Stanton 174
Leupp, Rosemary CHE-Fri Stanton 113, 223
The 1954 Homecoming was as big as ever and Joan Nelson, shown above
with Pres. Hultz, was as pretty a queen as the State campus had ever seen
Leverson. Kenny tCE-Soy Fargo
Lewis, Grant KME-Sol Williston 55, 59
Lewis, Robert IAg-Frl Park River
Liebe, Edward ICE-Fr1 Jamestown
Lies. Arthur IAg-Sol Carrington 91, 93, 185
Lillestol, Harvey IPh-Jrl Fargo 211
Lillevig, Arthur IAAS-Srl Sheyenne 227, 255
Lilly, Carol ICE-Jrt Fargo
Lind, Beverly tl'lE-Soi Cavalier 112-196
Lind, James IPII-Frl Fargo
Lindho, Joan IIIE-Frl Rolla 113, 223
Linclem, Allred IAg-Srl Fisher, Minn. 101, 204, 254
Lindemann, Dennis IME-Frl Enclerlin 30, 212
Lindhauf. Ronald IME-Sol Minot 103
Link, Arthur IEE-Jrl Bismarck 93, 104, 162
Link, Raymond tArchE-Frl Let'-1' 185
Linnell, Lavern IAg-Sol Petersburg 83, 204
Lippert, Wilbur IAAS-Sol Eldridge
Little, Audrey Illli-Jrl Mayville 90, 93, 112, 200, 224-
Litzinger, Bonnie IIIE-Jrl Leeds 2, 112, 128, 156, 195
Ljungren, Donald tPh-Jrl Sebeka, Minn. 211
Lloyd, Gloria Il-IE-Sol Bismarck 125, 180, 200
Lobb, Laleah IAg-Fri Bismarck 224
LoCoco, Leonard IAAS-Frl Chicago, Ill.
Lodgard, Charles CEE-Jr! Fargo
Loftsgard. Laurel fAg-Srl Fargo 174, 255
Lohman, Frances tHE-Srl Fargo 88. 114, 128, 14-7, 148, 155, 196, 255
Lohman, John IME-Sol Fargo
Lohse. Carleton IAg-Fri Fargo
Lokkcn, Roger IEE-Jrl Kindred
Lommel, John K1-'li-JrJ Lidgerwood 93, 185, 211
Lord, William IAAS-Fr? Mandan
Lorenz, Joyce tl-IE-Jr? Loma 42, 196
Lorenz, Lorne QEE-S01 Oriska 216
Lorenzen, Terance IAgE-Fri Mohall 101
Love. Mrs. Janet iAg-Grad? Fargo
Lovitt, Edgar fAg-Srl Regent 85, 4-3
Lowe, James IAAS-So? Jamestown 207
Lozier, Leticia IAAS-Fri Lisbon
Ludwig, Merlin fAg-Jr! 'Hillsboro 30, 60, 62, 69. 149, 164-, 220
Lukes, Richard fAg-Fr1 Lisbon 226
Lund, David fAg-Jrl Nome 101, 169
Lund, Dorothy KAAS-Srl Fargo 128, 146, 148, 150, 151, 15
171, 179, 255
Lund, Roald IAg-Srl Nome 43, 82, 83, 129, 208, 255
Lund, Shelby fAg-Sr1 Rolette
Lnnde, Gary fAAS-Srl Fargo 93, 255
Lundeby, Curtis CAg-Fr? Osnabrock 83
Lundeen, James QCE-Jrl Minot
Lundhagen. Ronald IAAS-Srl Fargo 91, 93, 207, 255
Lundine, Stanley ipll-FTJ Elgin, Ill. 227
Lundstrom. James IME-Fr1 Fargo
Lundwall, Peter fAg-JrJ Argusville 2, 39, 85, 157, 204
Lura, Darrel IAg-Fr? Hawley, Minn. 44
Lux, Rev. Oliver IAAS-Grad1 West Fargo
Lyon, Gordon fpll-FFJ Fargo
Lytle, William LEE-S01 Jamestown
Maas, Dennis KEE-Sol Hazen 104
Macekonis, Frank fCh-Gradl Chicago, Ill.
Mack, Thomas IEE-Frl Osage, Minn.
Madler, Robert fAg-Fri New England 184
Madsen. Gordon QCE-Jrl Argusville 99
Madsen, James IAg-Frl Jamestown
Madsen, Delores CHE-Jr? Audubon, Minn. 112, 181, 224
Madson, Lyle IEE-Sol Riehardton
Magill, John fCh-Sol Verona
Magill, Robert fAg-Jrl Verona 85
Magnan, Ted IPI1-Jr! Fort Ripley, Minn.
Maier, Melvin fAg-Srl Elgin 82, 123, 125. 204, 255
2, 154, 155,
99, 224. 277
Maier, Sandra QHE-Sol Grand Forks 93, 112, 162, 163, 1
Maley, Jerome IME-Fri Enderlin
Malkani, Indur ICh-Gradl Bombay, India
Malmberg, Marvin fPh-Jrl Oakes
Malme, Cecil lAg-Fri Nielsville, Minn. 93
Malmo, Richard IPII-STI Duluth, Minn. 207, 255
Malpert, John CAg-Fri Straubville 84-
Malta, Aina fAAS-Jrl Fargo 89, 93, 171
Mandigo, Carole CHE-Sol Bismarck 90, 93, 112, 178, 199,
Manikowski, Donald fCh-Sol Forman 220
Mann, Joseph IME-Sol Belfield 175, 219
Maras, Rudy fME-Jrl Fargo
Marczuk, Michael fArchE-Jr? Gorham
Mark, Peter IPI1-So? Aberdeen, S. D. 2, 28, 153, 159. 16
Marquart, James tfCh-Sol Mapleton 29, 207
Marquart, Joan KAAS-Srl Mapleton 125, 171, 195, 255
Marquart, Kathleen tPlt-Sol Fargo 2, 121, 196
Marsden, Howard fAgE-Jrl Hendrum, Minn.
Marshall, Richard ICE-Jrl Forbes
Martin, Charles ICE-Jr? Moorhead, Minn.
Martin, Donald CArch-JrJ Fargo
Martin, Edward CIE8zM-Jrl Moorhead, Minn. 164
Martin, Fred fAg-Frl Hackinsack, Minn. 85
Glen KCE-Sol Cando 93, 175
Robert QCII-Sol Valley City
, Roland IEE-Fri Fargo 147
Ronald LME-Sr? Bowbells 100, 104, 105, 107, 12
Mattern, Francis fAgE-Sol Aberdeen, S. D.
Mattern, Wendelin IME-Frl Rugby
Mattews, Edward IAAS-Fr! Des Plaines. 1II.
Matthys, Duane IAg-Frl Argusville
Mattson, Donald IPI1-Srl Greenbush, Minn. 219, 255
Mattson, Marguerite IAAS-S01 Mandan
Mattson, Patsy CHE-Fri Rolla 113, 180, 187, 223
Matzek, Mylo IME-FrJ Fargo
Mauer, Jerome KAAS-Frl Hankinson
Maves, Richard IPI1-Jril East Grand Forks, Minn.
Maxwell, Leroy GCE-Sol Sheridan, Wyo. 74. 159
Maxwell, Robert tAg-Fri Webster
Mayer, Alvin IPI1-Sol Streeter
Meath, Allen ICh-Grad? Moorhead, Minn.
Meath, Kenneth CCI1-GradD Moorhead, Minn.
Meckstroth, Charles IME-S01 Fargo
Mehrer, Ronald IAg-Frl Moffit 82
Meier, James IEE-Fr? New Salem 36
Meland, Gordon IPI1-Jrl Fargo
Melanson, Laurence QEE-Gradl Fargo
Melby, Darol fAg-FrJ Greenbush, Minn.
Melhy, Howard IEE-Fri Fargo
3, 226, 255
Melby, Muriel CHE-Soi Greenbush, Minn. 112. 177. 224
Meldahl, Charles IAgE-Frl Sharon
Mellum, Douglas IAAS-FrJ Ypsilanti
Melroe, Sylvan tAg-S01 Cogswell 69
Mendesh, Anthony IPh-Sril Duluth, Minn. 120, 121, 147, 184, 255
Mensing, Thomas CPI1-Frb Hettinger
Mensing, Wayne IAAS-Jr? Fargo
Merck, Lawrence fCE-Frl Argyle, Minn.
Mertens, Mauris CME-Sol Fargo 185
Meske, Kenneth IAAS-Frl Hazen 178, 228
Messner, Raymond cpl!-FTJ Hancock, Minn.
Metcalf, Gail fAg-Fr? Mooreton
Metz, Robert lArch-Sol Devils Lake 108
David fArchE-S01 Forbes
Edward fArchE-Jrl Fargo
Glen CCE-Frl Edgeley
Meyer, Lawrence IEE-Jr? Edgeley 104, 125
Meyer, LeRoy IEE-So? Moorhead, Minn.
Meyer, Roger 1Ch-S01 Moorhead, Minn.
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Meyers, Franklin QAAS-.Irl Rugby 59, 207 Morrison, Stanley CAg-,lrl Akra 174'
Mickelson, Rome fAgE-,Trl Twin Valley, Minn. 101, 220 Morse, Gordon 1Ag-Sol Casselton 227
Middlebrook, Arthur KIESM-Sol Sturgis, S. D. Mortenson, Ruth CHE-Frl Barnesville, Minn. 90, 93, 225
Midtbo, Guy fAgE-Frl Hatton 101, 228 Mountain, Robert fAg-Frl Calvin 85, 228
Miller, Colleen CHE-Frl Underwood 89, 225 Mousseau, David QME-Sol Minot 103, 185
Miller, Floyd CEE-Sol Manfred Moxness, Kenneth IEE-Srl Cathay 146, 14-9, 150, 151, 153, 180, 181,
Miller, Gilman QME-Jrl Minot 212, 233, 241, 256
Miller, Harold CAAS-.lrl Harvey 2, 149, 153. 162 Moyer, Gerald QAAS-.lrl Fargo 207
Miller, John QME-Sol Underwood 226 Muehlenbein, Gretchen QHE-Srl Fargo 89. 200, 256
Miller, Lyle CAg-Frl Moorhead, Minn. 82 Mueller, Joyce CHE-Jrl Fargo 112
Miller, Maynard CME-Frl Wendell, Minn. Mullen, Micheal fAg-Frl New Rockford
Miller, Milo QPI1-Srl Leeds 121, 256 Murphy, Kerry fAAS-Sol Harvey 167, 220
Miller, Ralph KEE-Frl Jamestown Mutchler, Robert lArchE-Srl Northwood 106, 107. 123, 207, 256
Miller, Robert 1Cli-Sol Fessenden Myers, Raymond KME-Frl Cavalier 69
Mirgain, Cheryl lfAAS-,lrl Fargo
Mische, Erlys KIAIE-Jrl Fargo 2, 125, 156, 184. 194
Mithum, Delores IAAS-.lrl Fargo 89, 93
Mitzel, William QCE-Frl Napoleon
Modin, Neil CAg-,Irl Kenmare 172
Moe, Arne CAAS-Frl Moorhead, Minn. 180
Moe, Carol KHE-.Irl Antler 110, 112, 200, 222
Moe, Harry fAAS-Sol Fargo
Moen, Maurice lAg-Sol Michigan 26
Mogen, Shirley fl-IE-Frl Keene 113, 225
Mohherg, .loyce IAAS-Gradl Milnor 86
Mohr, Helen KAAS-Specl Fargo
Mokler, Frank fPh-Sol Fargo
Mollner, Frank ICE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Monilaws, Keith ICE-Frl Absaraka 172
Monson, .lanet fl'-.AS-Sol Fargo 125, 200
Monson, Pat IHE-,Irl Portland 128, 191. 200, 222
Monson, Richard CME-Frl Moorhead, Minn. 93
Monteith, Gerald IAAS-Srl Fargo 256
Monteith, Larry fME-Frl Fargo
Nlonteith, Margaret IHF.-Spool Fargo
Montgomery, Donna tl-IE-Frl Ayr 176, 224
Montgomery, Robert YAAS-.lrl Fargo 91. 93, 168, 207
Moore, Donald fAg-,lrl Forhcs 83, 85. 186, 208
Moore, Duane KPI1-Sol Devils Lake
Moore, LeRoy fPh-Frl Sauk Centre, Minn. 184
Morgan, Eldrcd f'll28zM-Srl Valley City 123, 216. 256
Morgan, ,lohn l'AAS-Frl Albion, Mich. 59
Mork, David CAg-Frl Barnesville, Minn.
Morlock, Terence CAg-Frl Jordan, Minn. 227
Morrison. Myron fAg-Frl Cavalier
Myhre, Blayne fPh-Frl New Rockford 93
Myhre, Charles IME-Sol Alamo
Myhre, David CCh-Gradl Wahpeton 96
Kappa Alpha Theta-Sigma Chi production act scene from the '55 Brevities
with Jerry Watson, Barbara Pederson, and Gus Hartman.
The WUS basketball game was unique in many respects, as can readily be
observed by examination of one of the team benches pictured above.
Myller, Robert IEE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 219
Myrben, Elden iAg-Frl Glyndon, Minn. 169
Myrdal, Micheal QPh-Sol Fargo 166
McAllister, PCSLZY IHE-Soi Hazelton 222
McAtee, Monte lPh-Jri Rolla
McAuley, Vivian QAAS-Sol Climax, Minn. 89, 93, 224
McBride, Dale LEE-Sri Milnor 104, 255
McCaul, Alice QAAS-Jrl Fargo
McComb, Keith KME-Sol Fargo 207
McCormick, Thomas RCE-Sol Hackensack, Minn.
McCracken, Donald QAAS-Gradl Fargo
McCullough, Duane IPh-Srl Hope 211, 255
McDaniel, Brian IME-Fri Minot 226
McDermott, John KAAS-Srl Ashland, Wis. 60, 61, 63, 65, 69, 255
McDowell, Terrance lArchF.-Fri Fargo
McElwain, James iAg-Fri Max 229
McFerran, David KEE-Sol Mandan 93, 227
McGeary, Kathryn QIIE-Jrl Backus, Minn. 138, 194, 222
74, 121, 139, 160, 184
McGuire, James fPh-Soi St. Cloud, Minn.
McKay, Robert QAAS-Fri Austin, Minn.
McKenzie, John fAg-Fri Granclin 69
McLain, Eldon IME-Frl Mohall
McLain, Phyllis IAAS-Fri Mohall
McLaughlin, Jerome KCE-Fr? Fargo
McLaury, John KCE-Sol Glenwood, Minn.
McLean, Kenneth KEE-Fri Wheatland 172
Naaden, Bjorne iAg-Grad! Bismarck
Nagel, Carl fEE-Soi Hebron 185
Narde, Joseph KME-Soi Fargo
Narum, Gailen KAAS-Fri Douglas 226
Nash, Mavis KHE-Jrl Fordville 113, 177, 224
Nation, Russell CAg-Fri Fargo
Nedrebo, Kermlt IAg.Frl Gardner
Neeb, Vel Rae QHE-Fri Fargo 113
Nellermoe, Karen IAAS-Specl Fargo
Noack, John CME-Srl Fargo 256
Noden, Patricia fPh-Jrl Ada, Minn. 93, 121, 183, 202, 224
Nolan, Robert CAAS-Jri Fargo
Noland, James QCE-Fri Hopkins, Minn. 59
Nordin, Harvey fCE-Fri Newtown
Nordlund, Joan KHE-Jri Strathcona, Minn. 177, 180, 181, 223
Norell, Albert fArchE-Jrj Bottineau
North, Lawrence KME-Sri Fargo 129, 166, 233, 242, 256
North, Maxine fHE-Jr? Fargo 128, 137, 146, 179
Nyjar, Iderjit fCh-Gradl Chicago, 111.
Nyquist, Dean KEE-Jrl Hoffman, Minn.
Nystuen, Arne CEE-Fri Crosby
Nystuen, Peder CAg-Gradl Fargo
Nystul, Adolph CAAS-Sol Fargo
Oakey, Lawrence LEE-Fri Fargo
Oberg, Robert fAg-Sol Hettinger 84, 174
Oberlander, Harold CCE-Sol Bismarck 220
O'Bleness, Robert KAAS-Sol Fargo
O'Brien, David CAAS-Sri Fargo
Odegard, Harland fAg-Jri Moorhead, Minn. 220
Odegard, Russell CAAS-Grad? Voltaire
Odenhrett, LeRoy CAAS-S01 Geneseo 215, 227
Offerdahl, Thomas KPh-Fri Fargo
Oguchi, Keiko CAAS-JIJ Fargo 179, 187
Ohlhauser, Darlene fl-IE-Fri Hazelton 113, 178, 225
Ohnstad, Paul fPh-S01 Warren, Minn.
O'Keeffe, Larry CAg-Soi Walhalla 83, 204
Oksenholt, Svein flfd-Specl Abercrombie
Olmstead, Donald CAAS-Jrl Moorhead, Minn. 216
Olsgaard, James fArch-Sol Comstock, Minn. 108
Olsen, Alan KME-Sol Fargo
Allan IAg-Sol Buxton 93, 172
Arlene QAAS-Fri Kindred
Aulden KME-Fri Glyndon, Minn.
Beverly KAAS-Sol Fargo 192
Cleo QHE-Jrl Edgeley 169, 196 ,
Delores KHE-Jrl Brockett 112, 155, 177, 18
:Duane IME-Jrl Milnor
Olson Edmund QEE-Fri Bauclette, Minn.
Olson, Gaylord fAg-Soi Buxton 84, 172
Olson George CME-Jrl Rolette
Olson Gloria KHE-Soi Esmond 169, 180, 187, 223
Olson, Gordon f1E8zM-Srl Minot 107, 207, 256
0, 181, 224
9 Team Outfitters of Athletic Equipment
9 Dodge Trophies
9 C. C. M. - Hyde Skates
Nelson, Delbert iPh-Fri Ellendale 166, 182
Nelson, Dale ICE-Fri Mandan 36, 93, 228
Nelson, Gary KCE-Fri Bowbells
Nelson, George IME-Fri Scranton
Nelson, Helen CAAS-Jrl Harvey 192
Nelson, lris fAAS-Sri Fargo 88, 93, 256
Nelson, Joan KHE-Jrl Milnor 21, 22, 23, 89, 93, 125, 185,
Nelson, John fAaE-Fri Devils Lake 101
Nelson, Keith fCh-Gradi Fargo
Leonard fPh-Sri Parshall 160, 211, 256
Nelson, Lyle fArchE-Soi Cando 166
Nelson, Phyllis KHE-Srl Orleans, Minn. 88, 114, 256
Nelson, Richard IAAS-Fri Fargo
Ronald fAg-Soi Gilby 83, 204
Nelsoni Wayne CPh-Srl Bruce, Wis. 211, 256
Nelson, William A. fAAS-Grad? Detroit Lakes. Minn.
Nelson, William H. KME-Jri Pefley, Minn. 105, 180, 227
Ness, Carol KAAS-Fri Erskine, Minn.
Ness, Rodger QEE-S01 Wolverton, Minn. 93, 180, 181, 226
Ness, Vernelle CAg-Jrl Bottineau 101
Netzer, James IME-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 104, 219
Nichol, Cleo fAg-Jr! Maxbass
, Clark KAAS-Jri Valley City 74, 1711-
Nielsen, David ICE-Fri New Rockford
Nielsen, Douglas IME-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Nielson, James IEE-Jrl Valley City 104
Nilles, Harold fPh-Sol Durbin 185
Nippolt, Robert fAAS-Jri St. John 56, 59, 167, 274
Niskanen, Clarence IME-Fri Cackle
Nissen, Jerome fAAS-Srl Bismarck 93, 212, 256
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A scene from the Homecoming Queen's banquet with Queen .loan Nelson
sented at the head table with her futtendunts and Student Body President
Grut Anderson and Pres. Fred S. Hultz.
Lyle lME-Frl Minnewaukan 180, 181
Peterson, Mary CHE-Jrl Fargo 191, 196
Peterson, Richard C. QCE-Fri Fargo
Peterson, Richard M. Lpll-SDJ Alexandria, Minn.
Peterson, Robert fPh-Srj Hettinger 120, 121, 147, 160, 257
Peterson, Roberta KHE-Fri Fargo
Peterson, Scott KAAS-Srl Fargo 46, 47, 123, 170
Peterson, Shirley QHE-Frl Parshall 223
Pederson, Stanley KCE-Jr? Fargo 102
Peterson, Willard LCE-Jrl Duluth, Minn. 102
Peterson. William KCE-Jrl Fargo 180
Pederson, Willis fAg-Jrl Devils Lake
Pettinger, Thomas CPh-Jrl Fargo 211
Pfeifer. Beverly CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 2, 157, 162, 163 165
Pfeifer, Eugene fAg-Fri Fargo
Pfeiffer, Mary KPI1-Fri Pequot Lakes, Minn. 177, 223
Pfeifle, Marlene CHE-Sol Wishek 2, 112, 128, 138, 157, 180, 19.9 224
Pfenning, Thomas CEE-Sol Mandan
Pfutzenreuter, Orris QCE-Srl Elgin 102, 107
Phelps, Edward KAAS-Fr! Fargo
Phillips, Charles fPh-Sol Wadena, Minn. 211
Phillips, Donald fAg-Jrl Forbes
Phillips, James iAg-Sol Forbes 227
Phillips, LeRoy QCE-Jrl Forbes 227
Phipps, Ross CAAS-Fri Fargo
Piepkorn, Don fAg-Srl Stanley 146, 180, 208, 233, 24
Piepkorn, Lila CHE-Frl Stanley 113, 180, 225
Hubert lME-Fri Argusville
Jocelyn QAAS-Srl Valley City 256
Lorraine tHE-Srl Rugby 180, 181, 256
Margaret QHE-Srl Fargo 199, 256
Olson, Mary IAAS-Fri Fargo
Olson, Maurice iAg-Srl Cooperstown 82, 212, 256
Olson, Norris CEE-Frl Brocket 46, 180, 181, 228
Robert C. KME-Fri Seattle, Wash.
Robert E. CCh-Jrl Fargo 220
Roland fAg-Frl Buxton 172
Wayne IME-Sol Perley, Minn.
Ruth CHE-Jrl Fargo 2, 93, 128, 157, 171, 194
O'Neil, Orval f1E8zM-Fri Cogswell
O'NeilI, Richard fPh-JrJ Fargo
Onsager, Jerome fAg-Fri Northwood 36
Opdahl, Donald fAg-Fri Fargo
Ormberg, Eugene iAg-Srl Bottineau 175, 257
Ormbreck, Harlan fArchE-Fri Ulen, Minn.
Ormiston, Alan fAg-Fri Fairdale 267
Ornberg, Edward QCE-Sol Fargo
Oseland, Ronnie IAAS-Frj Brainerd, Minn. 59
Oslie, Loren CCE-Fr? Fargo
Melvin fAg-Jrl Fargo
Ostlund, Mary fPh-Jrl Brichdale, Minn. 160-224
Ostrem, Carol IAAS-Fri Felton, Minn.
Wallace CEE-Fri Kindred
Pace, William tAg-Fri Wolseth 172
Page, Mae KAAS-Gradl Fargo
Palmer, Avis fl-IE-Sol Devils Lake 199-224
Palmer, Donald KAAS-Fri Fargo
Palmerson, Peter fEE'JrJ Springbrook 104
Pals, Lowell fCh-Sol Valley City 91, 93, 96
Parkins, James CPh-Sol Thief River Falls, Minn. 211
Patterson, Donald QAAS-Jrl Havre, Mont. 164, 216
Paul, Herbert CAAS-Srl Fargo 257
Paul, Howard QCE-Jrl Minot
Paulsen, Duane iCh-Fri West Fargo 96, 182
Paulson, Richard CAAS-Fri Casselton 59
Paulson, Vivian KHE-Sol Webster 155, 180, 181, 187, 224
Paulson, Winifred fCh-Frl Williston 96
Paulsrud, Arlen fAg-Sol Shelly, Minn. 101
Pautz, Marlys QHE-Jrl Mayville 112, 128, 171, 183, 187, 192, 22
Payant, William iPh-Jrj Faribault, Minn.
Payne, Wallace fAg-Srl Goodridge, Minn. 83, 85, 208, 257
Peach, Mary CHE-Srl Erie 112, 187, 224, 257
Peckskamp, Jerome QAAS-Jrl Fargo
Peet, David CAAS-Jrl Fargo 207
Pekas, Jerome fAg-Sol Regent 85, 184, 208
Pekas, Lloyd iPh-.lrl Mott 211
Pepper, Ronald KME-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Pederson, Barbara QHE-Jrl Grand Forks 89, 112, 128, 180, 196, 222,
Peterson, Charles KME-Jrl Fargo
Pederson, Cheryl CAAS-Fri Fargo
Peterson, Conrad CME-Fri Alexander
Peterson, Cyril fPh-Sol Fargo
Peterson, Donald E. IEE-Srl Minot 104
Peterson, Donald S. fPh-Fri Hettinger
Pederson, Doris LAAS-Frl Fergus Falls, Minn.
Peterson, Elizabeth KAAS-Specl Moorhead, Minn.
Peterson, Gordon f1E8zM-Fri Mandan 228
Peterson, James QME-Srl Claremont, S. D. 221. 226, 257
Peterson, Leo CEE-Fri Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Peterson, Lloyd fAg-Gradl Spring Coulee, Canada
Pierce, Carolyn CHE-Sol Ellendale 112, 169, 196, 222
Pierce, Donna CAAS-Sol Fargo 191, 202
Pilgrim, Norman KAAS-Jri Fargo
Pittard, Glenn iArchE-Sol Fargo 108
Platts, Lois fl-IE-Frl Devils Lake 183, 187, 225
Platz, Mary CHE-Srl Langdon 111, 112, 184, 199, 223
Pletan, Merlin fCE-Sol Fargo
Poslfut, Leona CHE-Sol Benedict 113, 180, 224
Pomeroy, James fAg-Fri Fargo 93, 179
Posey, Carmen KHE-Fri Garrison 113, 180, 181, 187, 223
Power, William CAAS-Jrl Fargo 212
Poyzcr, Harley CAAS-Jrl Fargo 207
Pratt, Paul CAg-Jrl Gardner 207
Pratt, Richard CAAS-Jrl Fargo 216
Pratt, Virginia CHE-Srl Fargo 165, 200, 257
Preskey, Richard C1E8zM-Frl Glenburn
Preuss, Harriet CHE-Jr? Esmond 112, 169, 196
Pribula, Eugene QCE-Fri Grafton
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Price, Grace QHE-Soi Price 169, 222
Price, Robert tCh-Gradj Fargo
Priebe, Donald iAg-Soi Larson 82, 228
Pulkrabek, John l,AAS-Frl Fargo
Purfeerst, Roger lQCh-Srl Valley City
Qualley, Marlene l1'lE-Jrl Hendrum, Minn. 2, 157, 194, 222
Quatier, Lloyd tAgE-Sol Wishek 181
Quick, David fAgE-Soi Borup, Minn. 101
Quill, David liAg-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Radcliffe, Thomas QAAS-Srl Fargo 46, 190. 215, 257
Radi, Dorothy tHE-Sri Alberta. Minn. 112, 225, 257
Ramey, David CME-Fri Williston
Ramsland, La Donna QAAS-Sol Fargo 224
Randle, Earl tEE-Frl York
Rangen, Curtis KIESIM-Frj Fargo
Ranum, Keith t1E8zM-Fri New Town
Rase, Brian lPh-Srl Pembina 91, 93, 180, 227, 257
Rash, Aaron lCh-Sol New Salem 221
Rasmuson, John LEE-Srl Minot 104, 107
Rasmussen, Lorin tAg-Srl St. Cloud, Minn. 257
Reames, Ella KAAS-Gradi Fargo
Reber, Darrell tAg-Fri Rudolph, Wis. 69, 229
Redlin, George ICE-Fri New Town
Redmond, Charles tAg-Gradl Fargo
Refi, Neil tAg-Fri Bismarck
Reger, Duane KME-Sol Eldridge
Reierson, Richard ll,E81M-Soi Fosston, Minn.
Rcinke, Cecil KAAS-.lrl Fargo 167
Reinke, Norman KAAS-Jr1 Fargo
Reinke, Ruben fAAS-Fri Cooperstown
Remholdt, Cynara tPl1-Sri Gackle 121, 160, 202, 224, 257
Remmich, Lorran KEE-Frl Steele
Renscli, Laverne CAg-Fri Makoti
Renschler, Gordon lCE-Sol Jamestown
Reopelle, Richard fPl1-Sol Cavalier
Rcuther, Ervin fPh-Fri Ashley
Rex, Peter IME-Jr? Fargo 103, 104
Reynolds, Donna tHE-Frl Fargo 113
Reynolds, Emily fAAS-Gradl Fargo
Rhyne, Patricia CHE-Frl Wheaton, Minn. 225
Richards, Stephen IAAS-Grad? Fargo
Richardson, Richard f1ESzM-Fri Fargo
Rieder, Mary QAAS-Frl Egeland 177
Rieder, William fME-Jrl Williston 103, 105, 227
Riepl, James lPh-Jri Elgin, 1ll. 160, 185, 211
Rikimaru, Masa lPh-Sol San Mateo, Calif.
Roberts, Marlene fAAS-Fri Oberon
Robertson, Joseph lAAS-Fri Barry, Minn.
Robinson, Marilynn QHE-Fri Barlett 113, 183, 187, 225
Robinson, Ray tCh-Srl Fargo 96, 257
Rockswold, Alan fcll-S10 Litchville
Roehrich, Carol tHE-Srl Edgeley 196, 224, 257
Rogers, Ronald fPh-Soi Fargo
Rogers, Riley tPh-Sol Fargo
Rolls, Lowell l1E8tM-Sol Fargo
Rolfsrud, Arnold lAAS-Sol Watford City
Rolfsrud, Harold fAg-Fri Watford City
Rondesvedt, Gelbert fAAS-Gradl Fargo
Ronholm, Roy CPI1-Jr? Tolna
Roningen, Morris fAg-Fri Nielsville, Minn.
Rosa, Prisco tCh-Gradl Boston, Mass. 185
Roscoe, John KCE-Fri Havana
Rosenberg, Micheal fArch-.lrl Fargo 31, 216
Rosenberg, William lAAS-Frl New Rockford 36
Roster, Nicholas CLAS-Srl Dickinson 2, 126, 129, 157, 221, 257
Roteliuk, Luchy CME-Fr1 Sawyer 104, 172
Rotenberger, Theodore lEE-Fri Lisbon 180
Roth, Connie tHE-Fri Wahpeton 93, 162, 225
100. 103. 219, 257
Rothfusz, Clarence UESM-Sri Ashley
Rothfusz, Ralph KME-Sol Ashley 93, 103
Rothlisberger, Richard CAAS-Jri Fargo
Rott, Arlene CAAS-Jri llazclton 224
Rott, Eugene fAg-S01 Jamestown 82, 204
Rueve. Eugene KCI1-Gradl Fargo
Ruff, Dale KME-Fri West Fargo
Ruland, John KCE-Jrl New Town 102
Ruliffson, Joseph tAg-Jr? Mapleton 2, 91, 93, 204
Rulon, Art CIESLM-Srl Jamestown 190, 207, 257
Rumpca, James fPh-Jri Hankinson 121, 167, 185, 211
Rushfeldt, Glen tAg-Frl Garske 93, 180, 181
Rushford, Regina CHE-Sri Marmarth
Russell, Laverne fPh-Srl Neche 120, 121, 146, 147, 190, 211, 258
Rutherford, Joyce CAAS-Sri Fargo 125, 136, 171, 194, 258
Ryan, Dorothy tHE-Srl Sterling 42, 88, 112, 114, 128, 146, 148, 155,
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sand, Marion CHE-Sol Enierado 187, 194, 223 1
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Sanford, Norene r1a1E-Frm Watford City 113, 225 414 4111 St' N' Fargo' N' D'
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Sarvela, Melvin KCE-Jri Kettle River, Minn. 219
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Saunders, Fraud fAg-Gradl Moorhead, Minn. 82 9
Sanrdiff, Ronald fPh-S01 Warroad, Minn. Bl'0CldWdy
Savagean. Monica iCh-Soi Fargo 159, 162, 200
Saylor, Milo KPI1-.lrl Ashley 91, 93
Saylor, Jerome iPh-Fri Ashley 93
Saylor, Robert IME-Fri Washburn
Schaack, James fPl1-Srl Valley City 120, 121, 14-7, 149, 216, 258
Schaack. Jerome fAgE-Jrl Sykeston 101, 146, 227
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Schalker, William fPh-S01 Minneapolis, Minn.
Scliamlicrger, Carroll fAg-Sri Moorhead, Minn. 82, 258
Schatz, Donald fAAS-Sol McClusky 216
Scheidegger, Maynard CAAS-Sol Fargo
Sclienatzke, Edward iEE-lrl Fargo
Schick, Keith lPha.lr1 Austin. Minn. 121, 211
Schiebold. Warreii KME-.lrl Fargo 166
Schiefer, Don iPh-Fri Kcnmare
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Scllields. Eleanor il-IE-.lri Beulah
Schleclil, Calvin iAg-Sol Edgeley 172
Schmidt, Robert ililf.-Fri Hope 104, 162, 163
Schmitz. Phyllis fl'lE-Fri Arias. S. D. 90, 93,
Schneider. Lincoln iAg-Fri LeF01'
Schnell, Shirlene fAAS-S01 Dickinson 36, 93,
Schoen, Arda lHE-Fri Amsterdam, Holland
Schoen, Ielle CCI1-Cradl Armsterdam, Holland
Schoenexnan, Don l1E8zM-Srl Bismarck 258
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Schroeder, Sally tl-IE-Fri Fargo 2, 36, 113
Schulz, Irene CHE-Fri Mott 113, 185, 225
Schultz, John QME-Jri Bismarck
Schuhmaeher, Alan lPh-Jrj Austin, Minn.
Schumacher, James tAg-JrJ Malta, Mont.
Schumacher, Reinhold KCE-Soi Fargo
Schwader, William IME-Srl Fargo
Schwankl, Thomas tPh-Soi Sauk Rapids, Minn. 121, 175, 185
Schwartz, Donald tAg-Sol Jamestown 82, 85, 204
Schwartz, George tAg-Fri Mott 82
Schwartz, Rodney CCE-Jr? Fargo 102, 175
Schwinkendorf, Ronald fEE-Jr? Mandan 104, 219
Score, Delos CAAS-Soi Fargo
Scott, James CME-Frl Fargo
Scott, Sonja KHE-Fri Fargo 36, 113
Seeklander, Joyce CHE-Srl Hazelton 112, 180, 222, 258
Seelhammer, John QEE-Fri Cogswell 172, 175, 185
Sele, Eugene CPh-Soi Hallock, Minn. 91, 93, 211
Selkirk, Robert TEE-Fri Cooperstown
Selland, Cynthia KAAS-Grad? Fargo
Semmen, Arlan tAg-Soi Minot
Senechal, Calvin LEE-Fri Sabin, Minn. 178
Senechal, Hubert tAgE-Gradl Drake 178
Serrano, Angel tME-Soi Rio Piedras, P. R.
Serrin, Thomas USE-S01 Fargo
Serum, Dale CAAS-Jrl I-Ialstad, Minn. 63, 69, 72, 73
Setnes, P. A. tEd-Gradi Sisseton, S. D.
Seydel, Mildred IAAS-Gradl Fargo
Shafer, Gordon tAg-Fri Devils Lake
Sharkey, Raymond KAAS-Srl Towner 123, 207, 258
Shaw, Lawrence fAgE-Jri St. Vincent, Minn. 101
Sheldon, Donald KAAS-Srl Wheatland
Sheldrup, Marlyn fCE'FrJ Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Shelver, William tPh-Jr? Staples, Minn. 211
Shepard, John IAAS-Jr? Fargo
Sherwood, Judith LAAS-Jri Fargo 2, 31, 125. 150, 154, 157, 181, 200
Shipley, Betty KAAS-Fri Fargo 91
Siedschlag, LeRoy tAg-Fri Berlin 84, 175
Siefken, John KAAS-Jr? Fargo
Simon, Bernard fPh-Srl Bismarck 184, 211
Simons, Beverly tHE-Jrl Grand Forks 112, 159, 171, 192, 222, 282
Simons, Francine LAAS-Srl Fargo 93, 128, 171, 194, 258
Simonson, Arlene tHE-Sri Hope 112, 202, 258
Simonson, Gladys LAAS-Gradi Audubon, Minn.
Simonson, Sandra LAAS-Fri Hankinson
Simonson, Silas CArchE-Fri Ada, Minn.
Sinner, JoAnn fPh-Sol Fargo 121, 185, 196
Sinner, Mary CAAS-Fri Fargo 185
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Siversen, Annette CAAS-Srl Fargo 2, 147, 157, 192, 258
Sjaastad, Larry fEE-Jr? Tagus 150, 159, 167, 172
Sjorbatten, Floreen tHE-Fri Horace 113, 169, 187, 225
Skaar, Norma KHE-Jrl Hampden 112, 177, 224
Skamfer, Robert CEE-Srl Abercrombie 227, 258
Skjervem. Kenneth tEE-Jrl Fordville
Skogley, Earl fAg-Srl Mott 83, 85, 204, 258
Skogstad, Ronald fIE8tM-Srl Fargo 129, 258
Skrei, Richard tAg-Srl Glyndon, Minn. 258
Skrei, Williatn TAAS-SOP Moorhead, Minn. 57, 59, 164
Skroch, Edward JME-Jrl Fargo
Skrove, James CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Skuza, Kenneth KCE-Srl St. Cloud, Minn. 102, 258
Skyberg, Roger tAg-Soi Fisher, Minn.
Slapet'ud, James C1E8zM-Srl Fargo 105, 258
Slinde, Caroline KHE-Fri Velva 113, 187, 225
Slingsby, William fAg-.lri Argusville 83, 1.74
Slotten, Russell fAgE-Jrl Vtlahpeton 190, 207
Slottcn, Wayne tAg-Gradl Wahpeton
Sluka, Karen CHE-Sol Aberdeen, S. D. 159, 180. 225
Small, Wallace fAAS-Grad? Moorhead, Minn.
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Smith, Richard E. fAg-Fri Makoli 169
Smith, Richard L. KAAS-Fri Hopkins, Minn. 69
Smith, Ronald CAAS-Sol Fargo 153
Smogard, Marilyn fAAS-Frl Binford
Smulan, Delores TAAS-Fri Souris
Snyder, Helen CAAS-Sol Fargo 136. 200
Soeby, Carol KHE-Soi Walhalla 93, 113, 196. 222
Sogard, Robert fME-Fri Alamo
Solberg, Archie fAAS-Sol Harvey
Solberg, Harold fAg-Soi Minot 101, 127. 172
Solberg, Henry fAg-.Tri West Fargo 204
Solberg, Joan tHE-Jrl Erskine, Minn. 112, 180, 187, 223
Solien, Robert fME-Srl Twin Valley. Minn. 103
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Sorlie, Donald fAgE-Srl Coteau 100, 101, 107, 123, 147. 180, 215
Sorlie, Victor fArchE-Sol Fargo
Sorlien, Patil tArchE-Fri Champaign, Ill.
Soreneson, Clay TEE-Sol Bismarck 216
Southam, Jolm fPh-Jri Mohall 167, 211
Sparks, Clinton CAAS-Fri Fargo 93
Spengler, Verne lAg-Srl Grand Forks 82, 83, 208, 259
Spichke, Ritchie fAg-Srl Kief 85, 167,l208, 259
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Stadsvold, Cy fArch-Srl Fergus Falls, Minn. 31, 98, 100, 106, 219,
Stadtlander, Gary LEE-Frl Fargo
Stafslien, James tAg-Soi Makoti 208
Stammen, Joan tHE-Fri Donnybrook 93, 113, 223
Standal, Ruth fEd-Srl Moorhead, Minn.
Starkey, Alden fAgE-Sol Fargo 101
States, Richard tAg-Jri Sarles 82, 85
Stayffer, Clyde fCh-Jr? Cavalier 93
Stave, David fEE-Sol Leeds 221
Stebleton, Gayl QHE-Frj Egeland 113, 117, 222
Steffan, Sharles tPh-Sol Devils Lake 36
Steffen, Harley fAg-Sol New Town
Steffes, Virginia QAAS-Fri Dickinson 46, 225
Steltcr, Willis lArch-Sri Doran, Minn. 98, 106, 219, 259
Stenhjein, John tAg-Fri Kindred
Stennes, Joanne tAAS-Frj Harwood
Stephens, Daniel lCE-Fri Fargo
Stewart, James tAg-Sol Gilb-y 101, 204
Stewart, Richard CAAS-Fri Mylo
Stewart, William tPh-S39 Devils Lake 207
Stickelmeyer, Jermoe 4Ch-Srj Fargo 259
Stiening, John tAAS-Fr? Moorhead, Minn.
Stilwell, Donald lPh-Jrj Bemidji, Minn. 160, 227
Stoa, Theodore IAAS-Srl Fargo
Stock, Gerald QAAS-Sol Harvey 91, 93, 221
Stockman, Gene CME-Frj Williston 93, 180, 227
Stockman, Howard tAgE-Sol Williston 91, 93, 181,
Stockton, James tAg-Fri Neche
Stoen, Donald tAg-Fr? Gary, Minn.
Stoll, Thomas tPh-Sol Killdeer 211
Stolt, Floyd QEE-Fr? New Ulm, Minn.
Storbeck, Melvin tAg-Fri Lake Park, Minn. 84, 175
Stover, Frederick f1E8zM-Frj Fargo 32, 59
Stoxen, Laurel fph-SO, Taylor 121
Strand, Richard tPhys-Srl Osnabrock 66, 69, 146, 147, 20
Strand, William tCE-Jrl Detroit Lakes, Minn. 174
Strasser, Marion QAAS-Gradi Fargo
Straus, JoAnn CAAS-Fri Fargo
Strege, Loren QME-Frl Fargo
Strom, Thomas QME-Fri Ironwood, Mich. 59, 229
Strommen, Richard QEE-Jri Fargo
Stromstad, Curtis QME-Fri Alkabo 169, 226
Stroup, Margie t1-IE-Sol Fargo 191, 194
Struchynski, George CCE-Frl Belfield 228
Strum, George tAg-Gradl Fargo
Stuntebeck, James QPh-Jrl Wadena, Minn. 211
Sturdevant, Richard QAAS-Fri Wahpeton 59, 229
Sturdevant, Robert KAAS-Fri Wahpeton 59, 229
Sturlaugson, Dale CAg-Fri Langdon 39
Suckut, Vergil t1E8zM-Jri Bowdon 103, 227
Sukut, Arlyn fAg'SrJ Bismarck 82, 91, 93, 259
Sullivan, John tCh-Srl Fargo 259
Summers, Alice tHE-Fri Bowbells 93, 113, 169, 185, 222
Sund, Michael fAg-Soi Cleveland 172
Sunde, Lloyd KAAS-Grad? Moorhead, Minn.
Sunde, Richard CAAS-Jrl Park Rapids, Minn. 74
Sundlie, Elmer CCE-Soi Forman
Sundeth, Dennis CME-Fri I-Ialstad, Minn.
Sundseth, Gailon fME-Soi Halstad, Minn.
Surdahl, Delano QCE-Sri Bottineau 102, 259
Svihovcc, Burnell tPh-JrJ Mott
Svihovec, Celeste KAAS-Jr? Mott 2, 157, 192, 224
Swanke, Harry fAAS-Jr? Lakota
Swanke Sonia tHE Sri Lakota 114 128 150 152 154 1
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Swanson James AAS-Sr Far o
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Swanson, John fLE8zM-Sri Willmar, Minn. 103, 219, 259
Swanson, Marley KAAS-Gradi Fargo
Swartout, Quinn QEE-Fri Sanborn
Swedlund, Kay tHE-Fri Velva 90, 93, 168, 225
Swedlund, Paul fAgE-Soi Velva 168
Swenson, Duane QAAS-Sol Fargo 93, 150, 153, 167, 207
Swenson, Janice fCh-Fri Fargo
Swenson, Richard CAAS-Jrl Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Swenson, Wayne CCh-Jri Dickinson 91, 93, 96
Syverson, Dean fAg-Sri Ulen, Minn. 82, 93, 259
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Talcott, Wayne QAAS-Fri Chicago, Ill. 59
Tallackson, Ruth CHE-Sol Grafton 93, 112, 192, 222, 223
Talley, Manaul KME-Srl Lansford 32, 166, 221, 259
Tangen, James QME-Fri Hawley, Minn. 59
Tangen, Richard QCE-Fri Kensington, Minn.
Tangen, Tenner fCE-Jr? Kensington, Minn.
Taverna, Gale QAAS-Fri Fargo 93
Taverna, Niel CAAS-Fri New Rockford
Turnqnist, Rodney CEE-Jrl Farwell, Minn.
Tuthill, George tArcl1E-Srl Cogswell 260
Tuthill, Joann fAAS-So? Cogswell 223
Tuthill, William KME-JrJ Cogswell 103, 226
Tweed, Elaine IAAS-Fri Cooperstown
Twitchell, Seth tArch-S01 Mapleton 227
Tyson, Edmund CAAS-Srl Bismarck 74, 221, 260
Teichmann, Richard fAg-Fri Fargo 93, 179
Teigen, Edna KHE-Soi Rugby 113
Teschendorf, Robert tAg-Jrl Fargo
Tessier, Duane USE-Fri Fargo
Thiele, James tAg-Fri New Salem 229
Thies, Gerald t1E8zM-Fri Sabin, Minn.
Thomasson, Garry fAg-Fri Fargo 59
Thompson, Auburn CEE-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
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Thompson, Earl tAg-Fri Fargo
Thompson, Harlyn tArch-Sri Fargo 98, 106, 259
Thompson Janet tHE-Sol Hillsboro 90, 93, 112, 180, 187, 192, 222
Thompson Kenneth tAg-Fri Walhalla 83, 204
Thompson, Richard t1E8zM-Srl Minot 207
Thompson, Warren QAAS-Frj Staten Island, N. Y.
Thompson, William ICE-Jrt Bismarck
Thorfinson, Jerrol lAg-Sol Wahpeton
Thorson, Roberta QHE-Srl Fargo 112, 198, 260
Thuring, Ernel QAAS-Frj Fargo 69
Thurn, Carol QAAS-Fri Ashley '
Timm, Dwight fAeroE-Jrl Jamestown
Timm, Harry fAAS-Soi Appleton, Minn. 52, 59
Tix, Paul tAg-Fri Hill City, Minn.
Toepke, LaVonne tAAS'SrJ Judson 90, 93, 180, 224, 260
Tollefson, Maxine tHE-Srl Fargo 192, 260
Toman, Elgi tAg-Sol Flasher 85, 172
Tomlinson, JoAnn tHE-Srl Fargo 93
Tommerdahl, Dorothy IAAS-Fri Hendrum, Minn.
Toppen, Doris QAAS-Fri Kindred
Torblaa, Richard KAAS-Jr? Grafton
Trautman, Dwayne QAAS-Soi Woodworth
Trautman, Paul lAg-FrJ Cleveland 226
Trom, John tPh-Sol Lisbon
Trom, Patricia KHE-Sol Kindred 113, 225
Trottier, Darlene f1'IE-Jri Fargo 184, 196
Trouhridge, R. Fred QAAS-Grad! Fargo
Tschida, Allen QAAS-Soi Enderlin
Tschider, Richard CAAS-Fri Bismarck 59
Tucker, Robert fPhys-Soi Fargo 166
Tuntland, Richard CAAS-Soi Coleharbor
Turner, Beth KAAS-Jrl Wilton 182, 183, 191
Turner, Daniel KEE-Sri Fargo 104, 219, 260
Turner, Patricia CAAS-Fri Wilton 93, 202
Ueland, Erman fAg-Srl Halstad, Minn. 82, 260
Ulness, Donald QAAS-Sri Kindred 215, 260
Unkenholz, James tAg-Fri Mandan 179
Urban, Allan IME-Sol Minot 103
Utke, Bonnie KAAS-Frj Fargo
Uyehara, Paul tAg-Sol Paia Mani, Hawaii
Vad, Duane tPh-Jri Thief River Falls, Minn. 211
Valentine, Mary KHE-Sol Hope 169, 180, 222
VanBerkom, Lawrence tAg-Sri Powers Lake 85, 221
VanBerkom, Lowell fPh-Soi Powers Lake 121, 221, 260
Vandal, Norman tMEeFrJ Bottineau 185
Vanerstrom, Milton tAg-Soi Carpio 85, 208, 226
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VanSlyck, Louis KEE-Srl Walhalla 219, 260
Vasenden, Arvid 4Ph-Soi Fertile, Minn. 91, 93, 121, 167, 211
Vasey, Edfred tAg-Sri Mott 126, 129, 146, 204, 260
Vaughn, Barbara KAAS-Sri Lisbon 128, 138, 200, 223, 260
Vavrina, T. J. CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Vedvig, Harvey tPh-Fri Carpio
Vehslage, Joyce KHE-Fri Sherwood 93, 225
Vennerstrom, Barbara fl-IE-.lri Fargo 115, 179
VeraCarneri, Manuel fCH-Grad? Lima, Peru 96
Veralrud, Elton fPh-Fri Park River
Vermeland, Donald tArchE-Sol Sandwich, Ill. 219
Vettle, Harold tAg-Grad? Cummings 172, 184
Vickers, Patrick fAAS-Sol Claremont, S. D. 53, 59
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Voekler, Estelle tHE-Frl Fargo 93
Voelker, Leonard IEE-Frl Fargo 93, 183
Vogel, John tAg-Sol Fargo 101
Volk, Ronald QAAS-Frl Bismarck
Vollman, Donald fAg-Srl Duluth, Minn.
Vollmers, Joyce tHE-Fri Browns Valley, Minn. 93, 178, 225
Vonderheide, Jerome IEE-Jrl Underwood 104, 162, 163
Voracek, Donald CIEKM-Sol Fargo
Vos, Richard QAAS-Sol Fargo
Vosgerau, Dorothy QAAS-Frl Page
Vrem, Mareoe CAAS-Jri Thorne 229
Waclawik, Jolm fAg-Grad! Page 82, 85, 88, 208
Wagner, Donald tIE8zM-Sol Harvey 130, 207
Wagner, Floyd tPh'Sol Hutchinson, Minn. 57, 59, 164, 215
Wahlefield, William iCh-Fri Yonkers, N. Y. 96, 227
Wallace, Clifford tPh-Sol Milaca, Minn. 121, 160
Wallentine, Dale QAAS-Sol Svea, Minn. 56, 59, 70, 215
Walstad, Douglas fAAS-Jr? Moorhead, Minn. 64, 69, 72, 73
Walter, Jerry CME-Fri Fargo 59
Walter, Maurice QAAS-Frl Edgeley
Wang, Wayne tAg-Srl l-lalstad, Minn. 82, 208, 260
Ward, Jean CHE-Gradl Moorhead, Minn.
Wardwell, Donovan fAg-Grad? Fargo
Warkentin, John KME-SH Hankinson 104, 186, 260
Warnes, Dennis fAg-Srl Stephen, Minn. 85, 190, 208, 260
Warren, Ted tPh-Jrl Harvey 91, 93, 121
Wasem, Charles tPh-Sri l-laliday 121, 211, 260
Washblnrn, Donald fArch-Frl Fergus Falls, Minn.
Washburn, Wilbur tPh-FrJ Fergus Falls, Minn. 228
Watson, Jerome fAgE'Srl Valley City 216, 260, 278
Waxler, Ronald fME-Sol Fargo
Weatherford, Wayne lAAS-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Vifelrb, Byron tPh-Frl Montevideo, Minn.
Weber, Douglas KAAS-Srl Ashley 91, 93, 260
Webster, Wallace tlESzM-Jrl Valley City 174
Weclul, Kenneth l'Pl'1-Jrl Thief River Falls, Minn. 211
Weight, William iAg-FrJ LaMoure 59
Weiser, Conrad fAg-Sol Fargo
Weiss, Earl CCE-Jrl Bismarck
Weiss, Shirley tHE-Sol Neche
Welkeu, Ralph USE-Srl Valley City 31, 100, 104, 123, 216, 261
Well, Joline CHE-SoJCavalier 128, 196
Welsh, James tAg-JrJ Moorhead, Minn.
Weltz, Clarence QCE-Jrl Anamoose 36
Wenaas, Donald QAAS-Sol Hunter
Wentz, Marlys KAAS-Srl Fargo 22, 23, 198, 261
Werner, Marvin lAg-Fri Brisbane 101
Werner, Paul QAAS-Srl Hammond, lll. 164
Werth, Melvin tAgE-Fri Ironwood, Mich.
Westberg, Loren CAg-SrJ Hawley, Minn.
Wolff, Helen fCh-Srl Harvey 192, 260 '
Wolla, Maurice QEE-Jr! Fargo 104, 161
Wollan, Jacqueline iCh-Fri Plentywood, Mont. 90, 93, 96, 180, 181,
Wolt, Darold fIE8tM-Srl Jamestown 260
Wolter, Robert QAAS-Jrl Fargo 260
Wong, Henry tCh-Grad! Fargo 96
Wood, JoAnn tAAS-Fri Bottineau
Woods, John fAg-Fri Forest River
Woodward, Duane tAg-Srl Hawley, Minn. 82, 260
Woodward, Richard QAAS-Fri Fargo
Wright, Alice fCh-Jr? Oberon 96, 222
Wright, Dennis CAAS-Fr? Fargo 185
Wright, Marvin tAg-Frl Flasher 172
Wright, Theodore Jr. KME-.lrl Fargo
Willming, James QAAS-Srl Slater, Mo. 123, 216, 260
Wilson, Dennis QEE-Jr? Fergus Falls, Minn. 104
Wilson, Gretchen tHE-Srl Harvey 192, 260
Wilson, Helen QAAS-Sol Midway, Utah 176
Wilson, Robert KAg-S01 Galesburg, Ill. 227
Wilson, Richard fMEfFrl Fargo
Wing, Jerome CPh-Sr? Stanley
Winter, Frederick tPh-Sol Park Rapids, Minn.
Winter, James fCE-Sol Hallock, Minn. 102
Winter, Lee CEE-FrJ Richwood, Minn. 59
Wisness, Margaret tHE-Jrl Maddock 112, 169, 180
Wisted, Harmon KEE-Fr? Fargo
Wittemen, Stanley f1E8rM-Srl Mohall 31, 100, 103, 105, 107, 123,
124, 147, 218, 260
Woitzel, Helen tHE-Frl Gardner 113
Wold, James CAAS-Sol Fargo 53, 59
Wold, Joel IME-Fri Juanita
Wolf, Leonard fAg-Jr? Medora 227
Wolf, Ronald tPh-Srl Dickinson 150, 153, 154, 167, 185, 190, 211, 260
Wolf, Wilfred KCE-Sol Hague
Westermann, Duane fPh-Srl New Salem 211, 261
Weyers, Henry fAg-Jrl Page
Weyland, Herman fCh-Frl Fargo 96
Wheeler, Arthur tAAS-Fri Carrington 93
Wheeler, Ralph KEE-Srl Minot 104, 123, 207, 261
Wheeler, Susan fAAS-Fr? Mandan 149, 155, 222
Whidden, Bruce IEE-Jr? Minot 100, 104, 170, 207
White, James KAAS-Frl Sykeston 226
White, Jeremiah fArch-Srl Garrison 32, 46, 93, 106, 218, 261
White, Robert IAAS-Srl Wahpeton
Whiting, Ann tHE-Frl Fargo 21, 165, 264
Widdifield, Barbara CHE-Sri Fargo 88, 93, 112, 114, 125, 147, 148,
155, 191, 192, 233, 243, 261
Widdifield, Russell iAg-Grad! Fargo
Wiederholt, Gerald tAgE-Sol Fargo
Wieland, Alon ICE-Sol Fargo 166
Wilcox, Burton fCh-FrJ Center 218
Willard, Leonard tPh-Sol Underwood, Minn.
Willert, JoAnn tHE-Jr? Hankinson 2, 93, 112, 114, 125, 156, 194, 222
Williams, Joan tHE-Srl Fargo 125, 200, 260
Willman, John YAAS-Fri Ontonagon, Mich. 59, 229
York. Earl fAAS-Grad? Wolverton, Minn.
Young, Freeman fCh-Gradl Moorhead, Minn.
Young, James iCh-Sol Anamoose 207
Ysteboe, Howard fME-Sol Fargo
Zaeske, Allan CAAS-Srl Leonard
Zaum, Mary CHE-Jr? Valley City
Zavada, Bert lArchE-Sol Fargo
Zaylskie, Barbara KAAS-Jrl Fargo
Zeman, Earl fArchE-Jrl Fargo
Ziegler, Victor CCE-Jri Hebron 150, 151, 153, 175, 190, 218
Zielsdorf, Joan tHE-Jrl Rhame 89, 90, 93, 112, 115, 192, 222
Zieman, Dawn fAAS-Fri Oakes
54, 59, 261
Zieman, Lyle CAg-Frl Makoti 169
Zimmer, John fAg-Srl St. Cloud, Minn. 260
Zimmerman, Don fCh-Srl Fargo 123, 146, 147, 149, 152, 162, 163, 168,
170, 207, 260
Zimmermann, Edwin Jr. fME-Srl Fargo 103. 107, 129, 146, 147, 166,
Zimmerman, Marilyn KHE-Srl Fargo
Zink, Laverne fAgE-Srl Bordulae 212
Zink, Raymond fEE-Frl Bordulac 185
Zook, Donald QCE-Fri Garrison 228
Zorich, Robert CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Zottnick, Ronald f1ES:M-Sol Edgely 202
Zueger, Emil fPh-Jrl Mandan 52. 59, 164, 229
Zuklic, Robert IAAS-Jrl Chicago, Ill. 55, 59, 215
Activities .,..,..,......, , ,......,.., .
Administration Officials ....... ,... . ..
Advertising ..,....,..,.......... ,.... .,.,.......,
Agricultural Economics Club
Agriculture, School of .......,.,... ......
Agronomy Club ....,..,,
Air Force ROTC ......
Air Debs ........ ...........
Gamma Delta .......
Gamma Rho .....
Phi Omega ....
Tau Omega ..,,
Arnold Air Society ....,.....,....
Applied Arts and Sciences,
School of .....,..................,.,
ASAE .....,..,. ........ ,......
Atelier Chat Noir .
Baseball ......... ,.,.
Contest .... .
Bison Annual .........
Bison Brevities ,.......
Blue Key ...,,............,....
Board of Athletics , l.......,.
Board of Campus Affairs ..
Board of Finance ..........,....
Board of Memorial Union
Board of Music and Public
Board of Publications ......,.
Board of Radio .,....,.
Bromo Bowl ...,........
C - D
Ceres Hall ......4.......,.
Chemistry Club ........,..,...
Chemistry, School of ......,,
Convocation Series .........
House . ..,.......,. .,
Dakota Hall ......,.......
Edwin Booth Club .......
Engineering Council ........,.
Engineering, School of ,.....
Engineer's Ball ...........
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Farmhouse .. .,.,..,..,...
FFA ,.......,.,. ,.,..,............,...
Field House Barracks ..,....
Four-H Club .....,.....
G - H
Gamma Delta .......,....
Gamma Phi Beta .....
Gold Star Band .......
Guidon ............. ......,...........,.
Home Economics, School of ............
Interfraternity Ball ..,.....
Interfraternity Council ......
Intramural Sports ..........
John Robinson Club ......
Kappa Alpha Theta ..,...
Kappa Delta ...............
Kappa Delta Pi ...,..,
Kappa Epsilon .,...........,..
Kappa Kappa Gamma ........
Kappa Kappa Psi ..,,...
Kappa Psi ............,..
Kappa Sigma Chi .,.....
Kappa Tau Delta .....
Letterman's Club .......
Little Country Theater ..,...
Little International ........
Lyceum Series .........
Men's Residence Hall .,..,..
Memorial Union ........,...
Military Ball ........
Newman Club .....
Outstanding Seniors ,....t
Panhellenic Council ,.....
Papyrus Ebers ,....,...,..
Pharmacy Club ...,..,..,...,,,
Pharmacy, School of ...,
Phi Kappa Phi ,,.........,..
Phi Mu ....................,.....
Phi Upsilon Omicron .,..... .....
Physical Education ,...
Pi Tau Sigma ...,,
Radio Station .,..
Rahj ahs ...,..........,...
Religious Education .....
Rho Chi ........,..............,..,......
Rodger Williams Club ., ..,.., .
Saddle and Sirloin Club
Scabbard and Blade , .....,. .
'Alpha Epsilon ...,
Alpha Iota ......
Sigma Chi ..............,
Sigma Phi Delta ............
Ski Club ,.....,..................,...
Snow Sculpture Contest .......
Spinster Skip ....,,.,.,.... ..
State Engineer . ..,.... ..
Student Commission ......
Student Health Center .....
Student Senate ..............
T - U - V
Tau Beta Pi ............,.
Tau Beta Sigma ...... ,...,......
Theta Chi ,.......,.,,......,.....,........
Track .,..,........i..... ........,....,.... 4...,....
Ugly Man Contest ......
Vetis Club ........,.,..,
W - Y
Wesley Foundation ..,...........
Westminster Foundation ,.,..... ...,.
Who's 'Who ...........,..,..,.........,..........
Women's Athletic Association ........
Women's Residence Hall ................
Womenis Senate ..,.....4.......,...
WUS Basketball Game and
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the combined effort of many people over a consider-
able span of time. Often the editor improperly re-
ceives most of the credit for the completed work.
Rather, the editor owes immeasurable gratitude to
many people without whose guidance and assistance
a yearbook could never be published. Because of this
it seems proper that special acknowledgment be given
to the . . .
Bison Business Staff and
Bison Editorial Staff
work, work, and more work
Dakota Photo Engraving Co.
engraving and art work
Denison Yearbook Co.
Ken Sorenson and George T
printing and binding
Board of Publications
Merle Nott ,
advice and pictures
Homer S. Thune
portraits of the outstanding seniors
Students of NDSC
finances and patience
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