North Dakota State University - Bison Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1956
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MEL OSTBY, Editor J ON DEWEY, Business Manager
Published by the Student Body of
North Dakota State College
of F argo, North Dakota
and dedicated to
the Future of the School and its Students.
Editor in cfzicf
Bu51'ne,v.f M mmger
Ron Nelson, photography . . . Iudy
Hammer, copy . . . Beverly Pfeifer, layout
. . . Robert Guyer, art
Ioan Stammen, organizations . . . Celeste
Svihovee and Marlene Quallev, reriziefzcckr
Ph otograph er
Gloria Reseland, Anita Nellermoe, Phyllis Diede, Milton
Matzek, Audrey Brekke, Ioanne Anderson, Wilma
Husband, Beverly Lind, Ieanne Sinner, Ianice Kearney,
Patricia Larson, Kathleen Marquart, lean Grindahl,
Iean Bergan, Iane Higgins, Marilyn Richardson, Nancy
F redericks, Neil Bjornson, Ron Nelson, Sigrid Halldorson,
Terryl Ann Frank, Sandra Haas, Marlene Pfeifle,
Howard Cariveau, Sally Schroeder, Maynard Helgaas,
Sally Anderson, Ioline Well, Gloria Lloyd, Beverly Tyson,
Maureen Steigman, Ann Whiting, Donna Barstad,
Sonja Scott, Gary Smith.
SIXTY-FIVE YEARS OF PROGRESS
Time is a relative thing! To most of us, sixty-five years is a long time-about the
equivalent of man's average life span. But to a historian, sixty-five years is about a split
second since the dawn of mankind. To give in detail the growth and development of
North Dakota State College from the beginning to the present, is not the purpose of
this book. Rather, here are the happenings, in both picture and written form, that have
taken place in the school and among its students in the course of a school year. This
then . . . is the BISON ANNUAL or 1956 . . . which portrays the dynamic contributions
made by the students toward school's educational ideals and the contributions made
by the faculty and buildings in upholding these ideals. And so . . . with the presentation
of FUTURANIA . . . all must look toward the future. In considering the more
accommodating and better equipped new buildings, the larger and better skilled faculty,
the new pavement and spacious campus area, all affiliates of the college are able to look
toward the future with a sense of past accomplishments and the promise of future
gains in preparing students for usefulness in society.
On The edge of The Great Plains in 'rhe abund
ecl River Valley, the North Dakota State College was founded
ADMINISTRATION ........A..,.,,.W,..............,....... 'IO
The faculty who plan our college years
ACTIVITIES .I.,.,.......,...,,.........I.................. .. .... I6
The memorable events that we will
cherish in the future
The purpose of our college years
The extra curricular activities which
added seasoning to our education
RESIDENCES ..............,.....,.,........,,o t ,..........ec..
Our home away from home
SENIORS ...... .............., S,......................,...c......
The young adults prepared to go out
into the world and face the future
ADVERTISING AND INDEX ..,.............,.........
The section where the index and ads
can be found in an orderly conglomeration
The gate to the future stands beckoning you,
The path that will guide you on earth,
Do you wonder if it leads to failure or fame?
By following it, you will see its true worth.
Along the path our college days can be seen,
With their studies and tests and parties, too
But the way becomes dim as we travel on
For the destination depends on God and you.
Soufheczsf entrance to campus
This college is guided by efficient hands,
By God, this administration and state.
Expansion and improvementg always striving ahead,
This we pray, is our State Colleges fate.
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The administration is the department of the NDSC Whose
function is to manage the col.lege's business affairs.
The administration is responsible for the well being of this
school and its students. Administration assistants counsel the
students, handle publicity and public relations for the college
and offer job placements.
The business office directs the financial affairs, accepts our
tuition and state funds and then allocates them to the various
departments. It also plans for the long range expansion of
When there is a question of policy concerning the school the
decision is up to the administration who decides according to
the college's standards.
The administrations main goal is to see that the college is
offering its students every opportunity for a complete and valuable
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OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
The Bisou Annual, just as the annual publication oi any educational
institution, reminds us of the value and importance of time spent on
To the student it marks a milestone in his life and that of the insti-
tution he attends. li he hrs been diligent in his scholastic labors of
the peat yeer, his sum total of knowledge hrs been increased, knowledge
that will assist him if he continues his education further, or vill be
of nssietmee to him in unmeasurcd degree in everyday life if 1956
terminates his formal educntion.
Completion of e college course at the Agricultural College is most
valuable to the graduate in later life. It may mean e professional
career for him. It me-y be an lifetime engaged in farming or business.
But in addition thereto it should materially assist the individuel to
success. It should lend. to a life of service to his community. state
rnri nation. Lastly, it should bring happiness to his family rnd his
fellovnen. If it cluesn't do all this in noticeeble degree. his educa-
tion lacks something for which he me-y be responsible,
North Dnkote is proud of its educational institutions and their graduates
It is proud of the Agricultural College end its graduates. Originally
these institutions were established to satisfy the needs of the state end
its people: to provide the technical end. trained. personnel for its econ-
omic and educetiond. development.
All things being equal I hope graduetes of the Agricultural College will
remain in our state to promote its progress in all worthwhile fields of
Congratulations to the graduates. Bent whhen to faculty and students
at the Agricultural College.
Sincerely yours .
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Governor 0fN01th Dakota
Pre.f1'dent of N01-zh Dakota Stare College
NORYH DAKQYA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
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The Land-Grant institutions, one in each state, are indeed
unique in the field of higher education. They serve as a cogent
example of the ingenuity and resourcefulncss of our democracy,
from whose roots they sprang and under whose sponsorship they
have flourished and developed. The Land-Grant colleges are
truly a product of the United States of America. It is a source of
continuing pride that they stem from the grass-roots. draw their
nurture from the soil, and return to their sponsors the citizens,
a thousand-fold in benefit and services.
As North Dakota's only Land-Grant institution our College
came into being with the inception of North Dakota's statehood. For
sixty-six productive years it's services have kept pace with the
constant demand for increased scientific and technical information
to be made available for the use of students and adults alike. The
record is impressive and shows clearly that these services have
been not only fruitful, but actually indispensable to those whom we
The future ot' the College rec-ts largely in the hands of our
stale government, to which we must look for the support essential
to the on-going of all public institutions. On us, as students and
staff and administration of the College, rests the undeniable
responsibility of keeping the public informed regarding the
objectives, aspirationsrand the myriad of activities which constitute
the College program in education and research. The publication
of this Bison Annual represents a valuable student contribution
toward the fulfillment of this responsibility.
Fred sun-lex Hultz
Mr. Forrest Skinner
Szzpfrzfixor of Sf'1'Z!liC'l'.Y
Mr. Charles Sevrinson
Dean of Students
. Carl Schmidt
Director of Pc'r5ormcI
Miss Pearl Dinan Mr. Oscar Gjernes
D,-an gf Ifffgmgn Placement DliI'6'CZOI'
Mr. Alfred Parrott Mr. Burton Brandrud
Executive Secretary of Acting Director of fldmis-
Alumni and Former Student sions and Records
Miss Edythe Toring
Mr. Merle Nott
Public Relations Director
Mr. Robert Crom
Director of C0771f71ZlHl-CUZIDOIZA'
The exciting homecoming, the wonderful ball,
Those cherished moments, that were had by all,
These happy memories of college shall be
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pass his courses.
Many activities such as Homecoming are traditional at the NDSC and help
broaden the individual's horizons. Co-operation and rivalry are seen in the
Bison Brevities, the campus variety show, where the students all become actors,
costume designers, stage hands or critics. Snow sculpture sees the student out in
sub zero weather creating impressive snow statues and displays. Various other
functions raise money for charitable causes such as Charity Ball, WUS Carnival,
Ugly Man contest and the Bromo Bowl. All of these activities are assets to our
education, for we may not always have to know the square root of 4687 or the
nerve structure of an amoeba, but to be able to co-operate and enjoy life with
other people is important to our well-being.
In the future let there be an even balance between our studies and activities
to make us well rounded citizens when we graduate from the North Dakota
And the quarter begins once again
. . . papers, pens, lines, forms, sched-
ules, teachers, money, wait . . . and
wait . . . and wait.
Registration . . . a puzzle for frosh as well as
upperclassmen . . . you may sign your life away,
for all the forms you sign . . . held in the Field
House with things supposedly efficient . . . and
yet the wait inevitable . . . and they, too, take your
money . . . for the advancement of mind in edu-
"Now this course meets at ten and one . . .
it you took this instead of that , . ." Schedules
and prof's okays and tough classes and snap
classes and classes . . . and classes . . .
Hold that pose . . . number 6174345 in
Police files. No smiles on these ID's, please.
Do you think you could put 1934 for my
birth date? I'm really almost 21 . . . my, I
didn't think you were 6'2".
-Is that really fun? Those 'Foot-
ball players seem to think this
fitting punishment for freshman
minus beanies . . . that'll teach
you, girls . . . although the lipstick
is usually on the fellas.
"Keep your hands off me!!!
If you so much as dare put that
rope around me l'll . . ." Well,
it's not printable . . . but Elaine
got tied up anyway . . . that'Il
teach you to wear your beanies.
Do you realize what this means? Are
you sure you want to pledge? . . . And
the boys sign their lives away for the
'Fraternity of their choice.
school begins again for frosh and the former
students . . . now bwoc's.
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This foolheorty University fan, Jane
Kanellas, shall rest in peace due to
the steady aim of Jesse "deadeye"
Local TV sports commentator, Bill
Weaver accepts the class memorial
cf the class of 1932, a lemon
as each group outcheered the next
Visiting beauty queens were pres-
ent at the Homecoming pepfest.
The lovely and charming Miss East-
ern North Dakota of 1925, Tip Mill-
er, wished the team luck in the
Saturday afternoon game.
Both the main floor and the bal-
cony of Festival Hall were filled
to the brim with students anticipat-
ing an exciting and memorable
the queen, her royal attendants and admiring court
The 1955 Homecoming Queen, Carol John-
son, the only woman enrolled in the school
A photographer's dream, the queen's
charming attendants, Terryl Ann Frank
and Gloria Lloyd, 'Found Homecoming
an exciting time with each moment
filled with some event or activity.
Now Jack, you dicln't need that rifle to make fellow
queen c-mmittee member, Bob Gion pose with John-
nie and her attendants. ln fact, Bob probably bribed
the photographer to have this picture taken.
chilled festivities amidst the awed
With a strong wind blowing across the
field, President of the Student Body Merlin
Ludwig presents Queen Carol her trophy
during the half-time ceremonies at the
Saturday afternoon game.
Chivalry lives on at NDSC as President Hultz
kisses Carol Johnson's hand.
The head table at the Queen's banquet with its
guest of honor Carol Johnson, 1955 Homecoming
With a rousing "Ho to the green and yellow," half-
time ceremonies are never complete without the per-
formance of the Gold Star Band.
The mile-long parade included the beautiful Queen's
the beautiful floats, the flashing batons
Bison Delight at Sioux Flight was the
theme of the Gamma Phi's second
place float, which had a bright but
short career due to the high winds.
Bison Bomb Wigwam was the theme of
the ATO's second place float in the men's
the booming clrums, the
Here's a band that iakes if easy
and rides. There musf be a bass
player in there somewhere!
The SAE 'float with ifs beauiiful flowing
lines, a fruly impressive floaf in the
The Gold Star Band on its long iaunf down
Broadway in downtown Fargo. Aching
feel, cold hands, lost music, siuck keys are
all minor caiastrophes in The life of band
The Kappa Delta's had The mosi
unusual float in ihe parade
giant green worm with multi legs
The grand Chompeen float of the Theta Chi's which
took first place honors in the men's division. Anyone
the result of hard work, imagination and luck
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Are them honest to goodness, Iniuns?
Bison Reign as Sioux Complain on the
Alpha Gam's first place float in the wom-
The engineers of SPD do it again to win first
place in house decorations.
The Sigma Chi's gave on eleven gun salute
for second place in house decorations. A real
fired up frat. '
Visiting cxlum, Ruth Gabe ossures sorority
sisters that when she wus in school they won
their homecoming games.
"But it's so nice to talk to you -oh, yes we won. Hove
you heard about Jane-" A guest from the University
runs up the Kappa phone bill.
But next yeor we'll be sure to win.
Things oilwoys look better over u cup
"The first quarter looked pretty good but things
storied to weoken after the half. ln my opin'
ion-" Merlin Ludwig sociolizes with Emil Zueger,
co-coptoin of the Bison, ond guests ot on open
house after the big game.
coffee, chatter cmd condolences
cu dignified ending to cz hectic weekend
"lt gives us great honor to present Queen Carol"
-two pages introduce Carol Johnson at the
An impressive worm's eye view of Queen Johnnie
and attendants framed by the ROTC honor guard.
A well rounded selection of music was
played by the Verne Beyers Orchestra
including bop, much to the pleasure of
these two cool cuts from NDSC.
The college choir participated in the intermis-
sion ceremonies, their first public appearance
of the school year.
Homecoming is the time when alumni come back to visit
their old alma mater and insure the students that things
were much better in the old days. Here Abner Selvig regis-
ters two graduates of NDSC.
Have you heard Harry moved to Cali-
fornia-Jim is a senator-Mabel, our
homecoming queen, has six kids-Alum
Harvey Schrag, Archie Solberg and L. J.
Everitt talk over old times during a lull
during homecoming festivities.
enjoyed by students, alum, and guests
band of the year comes to nclsc
Ray Anthony . . . young man with a horn .... ap-
peared at the Field House . . . as a money making proj-
ect for Senior Staff and the Student Union Activities
Board . . . played to a large and well pleased crowd . . .
and brought a bit of the big city to ndsc . .. . gave an
authentic touch to "When the Saints Go Marching ln"
. . . many of his big record sellers were heard First hand
. . . by the band voted 'Band of the Year'.
Swing your partner . . . Sandy and Mel dancing to
A word for The crowd . . .
Ray Anthony says a how-de-do to
the multitudes . . . that fabulous
Man With A Horn.
Man With A Horn . . . Ray
Anthony and band members lei
loose on some real music.
the very danceable music of Ray Anthony.
.Iam session . . . Ray Anthony and combo live if up at the Field House.
Military Ball . . . annual formal sponsored by Ar-
nold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Guidon,
and Air Debs . . . Iohin Larum general chairman
from AFROTC, Norman Hansen from Army
ROTC . . . Loren Bjornson headed committee
for most unusual and effective decorations in many
years . . . held in the Field House . . . Paul Hanson
provided the music. . . lanet Monson, sponsored
by Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, crowned queen .
. . by President Fred Hultz . . . impressive corona-
tion ceremonies with Queen Ianet escorted by
Army Batallion Commander Cadet Russ Slotten
and Air Force Wing Commander Cadet Bill
Chamberlain 'through an arch of sabres held by
ROTC men . . . each fraternity sponsors a candi-
date for queen . . . vote decided by ticket count . .
and 21 good time was had by all.
queen of the 1956 Military Boll 1954 Queen of the Military Ball, Sally Anderson pre
senfing the scepfer to Janet Monson, newly crowned queen
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Spinster Skip . . . annual girl-ask-boy affair . . . imag-
inative eorsages worn by the fellows and created by the
gals . . . held at the Union Ballroom . . . music furnished
by Paul Hanson . . . Gus XXI won by Betty Shipley and
Clyde Stauffer . . . all decorated and ready to eat . . .
sponsored by Senior Staff . . . extra special this year . . .
Leap year provided an opportunity for dinners, open
doors, and all the niceties of everyday life that fellows
usually QFD take care of . . . spinsters galore on this eve
of glory for the stag and not so stag males on campus . . .
and a good time was had by all and next year's dance
awaited . . . and tl will too ask him' . . .
king for a day
Unusual to say the least.
Peg Buchanan, originator of this
required merriment at the Charity
Bail peeks over her date's shoulder,
A lovely young spinster, Betty
Shipley and her date, Clyde Stout-
fer, with Gus XXI . . . of age for
this yec1r's Spinster Skip. Chef
Chuck Phillips looks proudly upon
Jack Larson, Sandy Klein, Alan
Schuhmacher, Veronica Peters and
Guy Enabnit take time out at the
Spinster Skip, bottom right.
Oh, those corsages! Jerry Moyer,
Joan Deal, Mike Fogel and JoAnn
Willert take time out to discuss
those controversial corsages . . .
sorry, fellas . . . they really do fit
you to a T, bottom left.
Crowned King ond Queen of Heurfs at the Churiiy Ball were
Ken McLean and Ilene Friend, cufe a couple os could be . . .
Band leader Poul Hanson draws the winning Ticket
from master of ceremonies Dewey Swenson.
Lee Johnson and Sig Holldorson fell all about how
much fun fhe dance is.
"And, oh, that was ca funny one! !" Barb
Rockwood, Loren Sfanglcmd, and Vivian
McAuley look on QS Bruce Skionsby thinks
about 1ho1 lost one.
fun for charity
Charity Ball . . . held in the student union ballroom . . .
annual girl-ask-boy affair sponsored by Panhellenic Coun-
cil . . . Duane Swenson was master of ceremonies . . .
crowned Ken McLean and Ilene Friend the King and
Queen of Hearts . . . fitting indeed for a Valentines Day
party . . . closed by a ticket drawing . . . Paul Hanson
and his band furnished the music for the semi-formal
affair . . . proceeds went to charity . . . another Leap
Year party when the fellas were king for a day . . . and
Wishing dances like the Charity came more often.
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Beard contest general chairman Arv Vasenden awards the trophy to
Ken Chase for the shaggiest beard entered in the contest. Sylvester
Klasson and Ray Axtman, left, contemplate the number of minutes
before they can run home and shave . . . Dick Johnson on the right.
Mr. A. K. Sfrommey of Moler Barber College
carefully explains to Jim Ozbun why he was
runner-up on the best try for a beard instead of
u first place winner . . . Eddie Gall is faking
notes on the whole thing . . . are the results
secret, Ed? ?
clncl boys will grow beards
Beard Contest . . . annual endurance contest sponsored
by the Rahjah Club during the "U" series . . . for weeks
and weeks the gals all get Whisker rash . . . wonder what
it's like to kiss a fella with a mustache . . . trophies were
awarded to Ken Chase, shaggiestg Ray Axtman, trim-
mestg Francis Bosworth. most unusual . . . Marv Wright
received "Best Try" honors . . . only a few of the hardiest
survived the weeks and weeks of rigorous training re-
quired to grow a beard . . . and most fell by the wayside
. . . but "wait ,till next yearf'
Ugliest Man On
Ugliest Man on Campus Contest , . . sponsored by Alpha
Phi Omega service fraternity . . . candidates are put up
by the sororities on campus . . . and well decorated by the
same . . . pictures are posted in voting places around
campus . . . proceeds collected on Hone vote per cent"
basis go to the North Dakota Chilclrerfs Hospital at
Iamestown . . . winner announced at the UMOC ball
held at the Field House with Paul Hanson and his or-
chestra . . . Maynard Helgaas was declared the Ugliest
Man on Campus . . . sponsored by Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority . . . and they call this man ugly?????
And this is how he looked as the Ugliest Man on Campus . . .
if's the gleam in his eye that makes him look so mean .
or is it ugly? ? ? ?
Alan Wieland, Alpha Phi Omega, pre-
sents Maynard Helgaas with the UMOC
award . . . and now they give tro-
phies iusf for being ugly . . . but
Maynard! ! Ugly? ? ? ?
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The snow sculpture contest . . . sponsored by
Alpha Phi Omega . . . theme for '56 was comic
strip characters , . . Sigma Phi Deltais "Hum-
phrey" copped Hrst place in the fraternity divi-
sion . . . the third year in a row for the SPD's,
so the trophy remains permanently in the frater-
nity house . . . a family of schmoos took Hrst
place for Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority . . .
second places went to Theta Chi and Gamma
Phi Beta . . . snow sculptures this year were
bigger and better than ever before . . . and were
well worth the cold noses and frozen fingers.
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Sorority for their family of cuddly white creatures.
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Humphrey . . . from Joe Paloolca . . . won for
Sigma Phi Delta first place in the men's division . . .
third consecutive year . . . the engineers are indeed
talented . . . bet Humphrey can even cook in his
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"Wl1at's Up, Doc?" Bugs Bunny and the
ever present carrot won second place in the
women's division for Gamma Phi Beta
Kickapoo Joy Juice . . . stir it up good, boys . . .
right out of Little Abner. This colorful masterpiece
won second place for Theta Chi in the men's
What a figure! . . . but, then, to these "Pen Pals" even Chuck Stetfan
looks good as a gal, for "there's nothing like a dame," as the song
goes. The ATO's managed quite a song and dance routine tor an all-
male production number.
"Come to the Mardi Gras" . . . for the lights are bright
and the costumes gay, as here demonstrated by Maynard
Helgaas and Carol Soeby in the Alpha Gamma Rho-Kappa
Alpha Theta production act.
Inmates galore in this pen . . . Bob Johnston A
holds a mighty hot piece of metal and the sledge 9
hammer is about to . . . well, it looks realistic.
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity is well versed in
the ways of prison life after this production act
Bison Brevities . . . the affair of
show of the almost Broadway
Fraternity . . . five production
from many more presented at
and tears go into the making
the year for all concerned . . . variety
type sponsored by Blue Key Honor
acts and five curtain acts are chosen
tryouts in january . . . sweat, blood
of these acts and Bison Brevities are
truly bigger and better every year . . . the money taken in is used for
the betterment of the school and Blue Key returns it in the form of
scholarships, television sets and
publicity for high school students . . .
a small fortune is spent for the gold and glitter of trophies . . . money
Well spent and Well earned by the acts . . . this year Gamma Phi
Beta Won ticket sales in the women's division and Alpha Tau Omega
in the men's . . . first place in the production act went to Kappa
Kappa Gamma-Sigma Alpha Epsilon and second to Kappa Delta-
Sigma Chi . . . curtain act trophies were received by Gamma Phi
Beta for first place and Kappa
Kappa Gamma second.
right: Mike Fogel,
"Down Yonder" . . . they have dancers and creoles and all sorts of 'Folks . . . this the Kappa Kappa
Gamma-Sigma Alpha Epsilon production number.
"Basketball Ballet" . . . one of the strapping young AGR's
shows Geri Sinner how to do that cr--azy iitterbug in the
Theta-AGR five minute.
mardi gras, moon, and tenth avenue . . .
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The hard-working Blue Key production staff-Back, left to
producer, Del Schaephoersfer, sound and programs: Marv
Rullifson, iudges. Front: Mel Osiby, publicity, Les Amundson,
director, and Arlo Howe, business manager.
Bender, art, Joe
tickets, Bob Gion,
to is I
The corner drugstore where the coke crowd hangs out . . . in the Inde-
pendent's curtain act "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue." Kay Link is assuring
Jo Lobb and her friend that she iust isn't thirsty today.
This all-college variety show even gives students an opportunity to
put their brown to good use. Jack Southom, Pete Lundwall and 'the
phantom stranger will be so skilled by the last performance 'that
they'll probably become honorary members of the stogehond's union.
Comin' my way, stranger? . . . Janet Monson gives
Orlo Hielseth an inviting look in the Kappa Kappa
Gamma-Sigma Alpha Epsilon production number "Down
men behind the scenes . .
These are the men who push the buttons that make things
run smoothly during the performance. lEd. note: they do o
few other things once in awhilej
greasepaint, audiences and
continuous card games . .
"La Artist" or the artist, in English . . . Teddy Jo Paulson is the
sleepy artist and her trick playing models are Jayne Lee, Ann Whiting
and Karen Edinger . . . this is the Kappa Kappa Gamma curtain act.
The "Moon Honeymooners" are Janet Saba and Don Peterson and the
various and sundry types of bugs and iitterbugs are KD's and
Backstage at the Mardi Gras and a big discussion between
soloist Kathy Marquart and circus-type clowns . . . all kinds
of costumes and people . . .
and the curtain closed on
another successful year
Snow White seems to be having
a little trouble with one of her
seven dwarfs . . . Dopey can't
understand that Maggie Lille-
stal is dreaming . . . and all
the Storybook characters come
to life in the Gamma Phi Beta
curtain act . . . Snow White is
Gail Fitzloff and Dopey Jean
Mrsessms.f. rf-Mm--As' -A-W 1 we , ..
Bong bong, whiz bang, zowie, schreech
and the impressive strains of "glory, glory
halleluiah," symbolize the distinctive
Alpha Gam-Kappa Psi act, in which choral
reading was a refreshing change from
the usual song and dance style.
Theta Chi's curtain act features a lot of
mighty realistic looking trees . . . but the
honeys in the foreground are foxes, so let
your imagination run wild . . . Tom Pfen-
ning is the hunter, and Art Landau, Aud-
rey Brekke and Margie Cobb the foxes.
the show of shows at State
"Welcome to the greatest little show on earth" might well be the
words for the 30th Little International Livestock Exposition spon-
sored by Saddle and Sirloin, of which Ken DeKrey is president
. . . held in conjunction were the agronomy show, with Marv Wer-
ner sweepstakes winnerg the farm equipment show, with Dick
Iohnson Winner, and crops judging contest with Arden Herman
Winner . . . held at Shepard Arena with a full house . . . gives
unlimited experience to those in agriculture . . . Don Moore won
the coveted Grand Champion Showmanship award, two trophies,
a scholarship, and the sheep showmanship besides . . . Hall of
Fame Banquet honored Dr. Iohn Robinson . . . Ioan Stammen of
Donnybrooli was queen . . . nominated by Tryota and chosen by
Saddle and S-irloin . . . Iohn Iohnson was able manager assisted
by Reggie Gorder.
The grand entrance into Shepard Arena . . . a real horse-drawn
buggy pulling Queen Joan Stammen, Manager John Johnson and
Assistant Manager Reggie Gorcler.
M. l.. Buchanan, adviser to Saddle and
Sirloin, presents the Scherfenberg tro-
phy to Don Moore, Grand Champion
r Showmcn of the 1956 Little Inter-
Dr. John Robinson, Garrison veterinarian, was chosen for ihe Saddle and Sirloin's Hall of
Fame award. At the recognition banquef Dr. T. O. Brandenburg was guest speaker and Don
Schwartz kept ihe ball rolling as foasfmasfer.
the recognition of notables
Master of ceremonies Arlo Howe looks like a true wesferner.
Saddle and Sirloin Presideni Ken DeDrey presents ihe Queen's
trophy to Joan Sfammen, who ocfed as foasfmisfress.
featuring the center of the ring
Oink, oink, oink. . . the swine showing contest with
number 3, Robert Lewis, declared the winner.
Ancl it takes three grown men to hold one sheep?
The men are iudging the animal and it looks as if
they are having a good time deciding his admirable
Contestants in the sheep showing division, one of
the many aspects of the Little lnternational in which
Grand Champion Showman Don Moore accepting the
Kiwanis Traveling Trophy and other awards from Dick
States, chairman of awards.
An irrigation display at the Agricultural Engineering show-they're really
grand champions, queens and another 'wfU"We""CU9'1-
attenditnts Sally Schroeder and Barbara Peterson
what a big trophy for such a little girl!
l.aVern Zink, number 21, is explaining his proiecffto .lohn
Vogel and Merrill Johnson. The project undoubtedly needed
clarification, since it is concerned with the use of transistors
in TV. This is a typical project in the Agricultural Engineer-
ing Show. .
Queen of the 1956 Little International, .loan Stammen, and
Beaux Arts Ball
artists and models
Beaux Arts Ball . . . gala masquerade dance . . .
sponsored annually by Atelier Chat Noir . . . theme
was black and white . . . held in the Tree Top Room of
the Frederick Martin Hotel . . . decorated with huge
black and white abstract designs . . . everyone wore
costumes of black and white . . . prizes to the most
originally costumed couples . . . highlight of the Archi-
tect's social year . . . talked about and remembered
by all for months. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Hank DuBe, cz couple of squareheods
. . . all the better to see you with, my deQ:r . . . winners
ut the Beaux Arts Boll.
Block ond white ond read all over . . . Cards . . . of the playing kind . . . ore Mr. ond
mostly black cmd white ore Marlene Pfeitle cis Mrs. Harold Jenkinson . . . winners al the Beaux
o puppy . . . Maureen Von Slyck os o clown . . . Arts Ball.
ond Judy Sherwood right from the 'l920's.
Chefs and maids cmd waiters ond block ond
white and black and white ond black . . . looks
like everybody is having ca good time of the
Spring Sing . . . sponsored each spring quarter by Alpha
Phi Omega . . . was held in Festival Hall . . . theme was
"Rain" . . .a group representing each fraternity and sorority
participated . .4 . each group sang one of their own fraternity
or sorority songs and one connected with the theme . . .
all looked so starched and proud of the respective Greek
organizations . . . the rafters rang with harmonious voices . .
. or was that bass a little off key? . . . Alpha Gamma Delta
Won first place in the sorority competition , . . Alpha Gamma
Rho took First place in men's division.
Joe Rullifson plays a mighty piano and the
AGR's get in practice for Spring Sing. Paid
off with a first place trophy . . . third year
in ci row.
sharps, flats and altos
Sing, girls, sing . . . The Alpha Gams
winners again . . . therein lies the talent,
and practice, and practice, and practice . . .
The lrish folk drama ".luno and the Poy-
cock" by Sean O'Casey, Left to right: Fred
Emery, Keith Amundson with cz very im-
portant looking letter, Ruth Mortenson,
Monico Savogeou, and Harry Swonke,
"The Doctor in Spite of Himself," a Circle T production of the very
humorous variety . . . Left to right: Priscilla Hosted, Orlo Hielseth,
Harry Swonke, Keith Amundson lull the better to ect you with, my
dearl . . .
Little Country Theatre
greasepciint . . . glamour . . . and
Little Country Theatre . . . stimulates student interest
in drama . . . founded in 1914 by Alfred G. Arvold
. . . under direction of Dr. Frederick Walsh . . . offers
training and experience to student interested in a
theatrical career as well as those interested in drama
for extracurricular only . . . LCT had a busy season
this year and presented "The Doctor in Spite of Him-
self" in the Circle T Theatre under the direction of
Mr. Ed Bigelowg "Sleeping Beautyy' in the Childrenis
Theatre under the direction of Mrs. Ioyce Doolittleg
'iStalag 17" in the'LCT with an all-veteran cast di-
rected by veteran Charles Abrahlamson . . . a Well done
play with a full house every night to prove itg "Simple
Simon" again in the Children's Theatre directed by
Mrs. Ioyce Doolittleg "Iuno and th-e Paycockf' an Irish
drama directed by Dr. F. G. Walshg "The House of
Bernarda Alban directed by Mr. Ed Bigelowg "The
Empcrofs New Clothes," a children's play done in
full production style and directed by Mrs. Doolittleg
and a spring-time bill of one-act plays done in the
Circle T Theatre.
"Well, I didn'f know ihaf you were . . ." say 'the boys gathered around Dennis Gullings-
rud, who is cozily hanging out of a washfub for his Safurday nighi bath. Left io righiz
Tom Brown, John Kitileson, Ed Martin, Jerry Lague, and Ed Pefersan are underwear clad
cast members of the Vet's Club produciion "S1aIag 'l7."
Another 'typical scene from "S1aIag 17" with one of those nasty
German guards beating our nice American soldiers . . . what
All in black . . . "The House of Bernarda Alba," a
Spanish drama with an all-female casf. Left 10 righi
Marilyn Ellis, Lisa Ducksfad, Jayne Lee, Sigrid Halldor
son, Janice Bakken Con floorl, .lane Higgens and Hilde
Little Country Theatre . . . brings to the campus
the Finest talent and attractions available . . . William
Warfield, a Hmatchless artist" . . . Virtusoi di Roma, and
ensemble of thirteen selected soloists from Italy ". . . things
such' as dreams are made ofn . . . Gian Carlo Menotti's
"The Medium" and the "Telephone, . . . thrilling opera in
the English language . . . Marie Powers starred . . . a
unique artist in Paul Draper, world renowned ballet clan-
cer . . . Macbeth and St. Ioan performed by the Cana-
William Warfield . . . a most outstanding
Lyceum attraction . . . gave a sparkling
performance to many . . . long to be
Virtuosi Di Roma . . . thirteen of lfaly's most talented soloists in one
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
starring the Canadian Players . . .
also gave Sf. Joan by George
Bernard Shaw . . . high standard
the cultural aspects of
college life . . .
Paul Draper . . . world renown dancer . . .
gave a vibrant performance . . . an indeed
Marie Powers in "The Medium", an English language
opera by Gian Carlo Menoffi. Miss Powers was heard
as Madame Flora and headed a cast of brilliant
A. Glenn Hill, acting athletic head.
The North Dakota State athletic fortunes fared well during the past year under the able
guidance of acting athletic director, A. Glenn Hill. Under the superb co-ordination of
Mr. Hill, everyone at North Dakota State gained enjoyment from the activities of the
Physical Education Department, either as a participant or a spectator .... A great variety
of events are available to the students at N.D.S.C. to provide a pleasant change from class-
room drudgery. Students may participate in a number of intramural sports, such as:
basketball, football, softball, tennis, golf, volleyball, and many others. Every individual has
the opportunity to play varsity sports if he is qualified . . . Each student at North Dakota
State should be grateful for the benefits he receives from 'the interest and hard work of
the entire Athletic Department.
North Dakota State Field House
C. C. "Casey" Finnegan, Athletic Head.
In 1929, when C. C. QCaseyj Finnegan became head football coach at North Dakota State,
it marked the entrance of an era and a new influence in this school. Casey's inspirational
leadership meant so much to the men he worked with, that the Finnegan era was twenty-
five years in length. In this age of short terms in athletic offices, Twenty-five years is
a long, long time.
In those years of helping hundreds of young men bridge that Wide gap between adoles-
cence and maturity, Casey built such a friendship with his men that correspondence is
still exchanged between the men and their former coach.
Twelve very successful years as football coach shows Finnegan teams winning 51 games
while dropping 44 and deadlocking 10. Remember, Casey was working in a much smaller
school against such competition as the Universities of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Wichita,
Omaha and the team from West Point, Army. ln one season Casey's squad dropped two
games to Minnesota and Wisconsin of the Big Ten by 13 to 6 and ll' to 7 scores,
But, more important than all the wins and all the losses is the type of men leaving this
school, Finnegan inspired, to do well in whatever they attempted. They never forgot the
lessons in good character and good living they learned from a football coach' who taught
more than football.
These men are the real tribute to Casey Finnegan.
Jessy Vail-assistant varsity coach
. . . Head football Coach Del Anderson and Assistant
Coach lessy Vail, operating under numerous handicaps,
failed to enter the win column during the season. In his
second year at the Bison helm, Coach Anderson's inex-
perienced squad was riddled with injuries throughout
Del Anderson-head football couch the season . . . Although a good share of the preceding
freshman team failed to return, the Bison football build-
ing program continued to grow with Z1 very outstanding
frosh team which promises to carry on the fine Bison
victory in spirit . . .
if not in scores
Row 'l: Brewer, Kalnins, D. Hill, KOPP, Vickers, Zueger, Nippolt, G. Hill, Wallentine. Row 2: Couch Del
Anderson, Gebhard, Oseland, Byram, Kingsley, Bridge, Stover, Werth, Day, Kasawski, Rauker, assistant
coach Jessy Vail. Row 3: freshman coach Cliff Rothrock, Cortese, Konnerelly, Schieder, Bob Sturdevant,
Wagner, Haseley, Lock, K. Anderson, Dick Sturdevant, Stromm, Freide, and assistants Farrer and King.
7 Concordia - - 20
0 ISTC - - - 32
7 SDS - - 33
28 SDU - - 45
0 NDU - - - 21
7 Morningside - - 26
6 Drake ---- - 28
0 Miss. Southern - - - 58
0 Augustana - - 13
Inspiring coach, Del Anderson, watches
Gold Star Band receives thundering herd
North Central Conference Standing
Won Lost Tied
South Dakota State - - 5 O 1
Iowa State TC - - 5 1 O
Nlorningside ----- - 3 2 1
South Dakota University - - - 3 3 O
North Dakota University - - 3 3 0
Augustana ------ - 1 5 O
North Dakota State - - 0 6 0
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Sfafe 0-N DU 21
Fargo . . . The North. Dakota University Sioux handed the
Bison a 21-0 defeat in a disappointing homecoming feature,
which marks the 37th victory for the Sioux in the 60-year-
old rivalry . . . A capacity crowd witnessed the fracas in
miserable festivity weather as the faltering Bison failed to
hit pay dirt for the second time during the season ..., A
disorganized Bison offense was restricted to a skimpy 80
yards by the impressive Sioux forward wall, led by N.D.U.'s
Little All-American, Steve Myhra. The massive tackle had
a field day as he smothered everything within reach . . .
A recovered fumble by the Bison on the second play from
scrimmage offered NDSC its only chance for victory. But
a Bison fumble on the one-yard line ended the threat, and
the S-ioux went on to grind out the win over a disheartened
Heads yours, hails mine
Emil Zueger-guard, corccpfcin
Come you Sioux-as Bison try to even score
Scompering Coyole about to be dropped by poised Bison
State 7-Concordia 20
Fargo . . . Concordia's Cobbers continued their reign of
superiority over the NDSC Bison as they dropped the
herd to the tune of 20-7 in this 23rd annual intercollegiate
. . . The Bison and Cobhers played to at scoreless dead-
lock during the first half as thc sophomore-studded
Bison held down the powerful Concordia running at-
tack, but fumbled and lost possession at some fine
. . . The dazzling, three pronged running attack of the
Cobhers was outstanding. Gahriclson, Gilhertson, and
Porkkonen gave the Concordia crew all the power they
needed as they reeled off 306 yards. The Bison were lirn-
ited to 93 yards rushing and 117 yards in the air.
. . . The turning tide in the scoreless battle came midway
in the third quarter when the Cobbers drove 59 yards for
a touchdown. Concordia then went on to score two quick
tallies early in the fourth quarter to clinch the game.
. . . Some brilliant running by Bill Byran gave NDSC
its only score. The Bison fullback broke loose late in the
fourth quarter to save the Bison from a shut out.
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State 0-Mississippi 58
Hattiesburg . . . powerful Mississippi Southern racked
up its seventh victory in eight starts by topping the
NDSC Bison 58-0.
. . . The combined running and passing attack of the
Southerners swept the mismatched Bison off their feet
as they built up quarter leads of 13-0, 39-0, and 58-0.
. . . Mississippi Southern rolled up two first quarter
touchdowns, and from that point on the reserves carried
the load for the power laden Southern eleven.
. . . NDSC was held in check all the way by the South-
erns, moving the ball only to the 27 and having a total
of minus 12 yards in the first half.
. . . The Mississippi team completed their scoring in the
third quarter, tallying three more times.
. . . The herd's best showing came in the fourth quarter.
The Bison picked up four of their five first downs in
marching to the 22 before an intercepted pass halted
. . . Mississippi dominated all phases of the statistics as
they accumulated 21 first downs and 502 yards to five
first downs and 37 total yards for the herd.
Bison team up to halt charging opponent Melvin Werfh-end
Bob Block-tackle The grim omlook
State 7-Morningside 26
Sioux City . . . An inexperienced Bison team stopped
Morningside cold in the first half while gaining a 7-0
lead. But the Maroons stormed out in the second half
to outplay the Bison and scored two touchdowns in
each of the final periods to topple the herd 26-7.
. . . NDSC scored early in the second period after re-
covering a Morningside fumble. Dana Hill pitched to
Tom Day in the end zone for the touchdown. The
Bison threatened again in the first half as they drove
to the Maroon ten before being halted.
. . . A staunch Bison defense kept Morningside from
within the NDSC 30 during the first half.
. . . The Maroons rammed across two quick touch-
downs in the third quarter after a blocked punt gave
Morningside possession. NDSC made a desperate at-
tempt to get hack into contention after the Maroons
took a 13-7 lead, but a 50-yard drive was halted on the
. . . Each team compiled ll first downs. The Bison
played an exceptional first half while the Maroons
saved the fireworks for the final two periods.
Roger Gebhcrf-guard Wide open field
State 7-SDS 33
Brookings . . . The South Dakota State Iackrabbits raced
to a 26-0 halftime lead and went onto defeat NDSC 33-7
in a North Central Conference game. The victory gave
the Iackrahhits four straight conference wins, while the
shorthanded Bison went down to their sixth defeat and
fourth in conference play.
. . . South Dakota State's early lead and numerous crip-
pling penalties proved too much for the Bison as they
played the Iackrabbits on even terms in the last half.
. . . South Dakota State notched single touchdowns in the
first and third periods and ground out two rallies in the
second quarter, while the Bison were being halted by
penalties totaling 107 yards. Most of the penalties came
after the herd racked up good gains.
. . . The Bison's only score came early in the fourth
quarter when Tschider passed to Glenn Hill, who was
downed on the S. D. State five yard line. Three plays
later a Tschider to Glenn Hill pass clicked for a touch-
. . . A very spasmodic Bison attack resulted in 379 total
yards for S. D. State and 155 for NDSC.
Hill takes one in end zone for State
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Larson to Hill in lhe clear
State 6-Drake University 28
Des Moines . . . A stroii Drake University eleven upset
the Bison 28-6 in a game dominated by defensive line
play and a sparkling Drake aerial attack. The Bison,
while absorbing the defeat, showed great improvement
over the season opener in which they were surprised by
Concordia. The NDSC line was like a brick wall as
they allowed the Bulldogs only 103 yards by rushing.
The Drake air attack was the deciding factor as the
Bulldogs completed twelve of twenty-one passes good
for 284 yards. Drake scored twice on passes and set up
two other tallies via the airways, coming from behind as
NDSC took an early 6-0 lead. The Bison also used a pass-
ing game to set up their score when a Dana Hill to Glenn
Hill pass carried to the two-yard line and Bob Sturde-
vant pushed over the score on the next play. Another Bi-
son tally, an 80-yard aerial, was nullified by a penalty.
. . . Offensively, the Bison ground out 164 yards and
eight first downs to Drakeis 387 yards and 16 first downs.
R. Sturdevanf shakes loose on end run
State 28-SDU 45
Fargo . . . A swift and determined South Dakota Uni-
versity eleven rebounded frorn an early 21-0 deficit and
went on to defeat the NDSC Bison 45-28 in the annual
Dad's Day game.
. . . The spirited Bison launched an early offensive, with
the help of opportune fumble recoveries, and appeared
heading for victory after scoring three touchdowns by
the time the first quarter was half over. Dale Wallentine,
Glenn Hill, and Bob Sturdevant scored touchdowns for
the Bison before the South Dakota offensive could move
for more than two successive plays. Gordon Friede end-
ed the Bison scoring in the second period as he snared a
pass and went over for the touchdown.
. . . The fleet Coyotes could not be held by the leaky
Bison defense once they began to roll. Not once were the
invaders forced to punt and only once were they held for
downs. Four successful conversions by Marty Kalnins
kept the Bison in front until 1:40 elapsed in the final
quarter, when the Coyotes took their first advantage at
32-28, one which they never relinquished.
Herd charges to stop action
State 0-Iowa State Teachers 32
Fargo . . . Victory eluded the NDSC football team again
as the Iowa State Teachers College Panthers raced to a
32-0 victory before a large crowd at Decotah Field in the
Bison North Central Conference home debut.
. . . The Bison weren't up to their second conference test
and came off with a 2-0 loop record while being blanked
for the first time in four starts.
. . . The versatile Panthers had too much speed for the
herd, reeling off 19 first downs and picking up a total of
362 yards. The Bison managed 11 first downs and 129
. . . ISTC employed its passing attack only five times,
two good for touchdowns in the first half. The Bison
held the Panthers off in the third period, but ISTC
switched their attack in the fourth quarter as they pushed
across three touchdowns to put the game on ice.
. . . The herd's spotly play resulted in only one scoring
threat. Trailing by 32-0 in the final period, the Bison
drove to the ten before losing the ball on downs.
Attempted interference fails producing bad results
Tschicler hovers over Sioux receiver
Day sweeping wide for the tackle
Cliff Roihrock-freshman football coach l-Ol-'le KlI19'USSlSTGnf cwch
Freshman 14 North Dakota University - - 0
21 North Dakota University - - 6
6 Concordia - - 0
Row 1: Joyce, Svedahl, Arnold Haugeberg, Warner, Sevde, Pellizzaro, Holmes, Lien, Fromson, Row 2:
Keefer, Perkins, Graham, Wall, Arvid Haugeberg, Dolianin, Cossefte, Hyde, MacDonald, Pronozuk, Fab-
ian, Coach Cliff Rothrock. Row 3: Louie King, Ass't Coach, Roclke, Lobsinger, Gleeson, Sharp, Hughes,
Kielland, Miller, Nagel, Rongen, Tharaldson.
Chuck Benfson-Varsify Coach
bison power gains
. . . Bison Cage coach Chuck Bentson guided the NDSC
basketball team to another successful season. It was the type
of season in which a couple of wins in crucial games would
have found the Bison in the midst of the conference cham-
pionship race. While compiling a 7-5 record, the herd Wound
up in third place in the tough North Central Conference.
The Bison also added another inter-city title after an up
and down battle with Concordia and MS-TC . . . Coach
Bentson is hinging his future hopes on the past years reserve
personnel, who gained considerable experience, and a good
line of talent from the freshman team.
Row 1: Darrell Reber, Ken Flynn, Merlin Ludwig, Jim Akason, Roger Gebhart, Doug Walstad. Row 2:
Howard Hiel, Al Brenteson, John Haas, Harold Anderson, Gene Gamache, Marvin Bender, Sylvan Melroe,
student manager Thuring.
Pointers of wisdom
city conference title
State - - - 10
University - - 9
State ---- 7
University - - 6
College - - - 5
- - - - 3
- - - 2
65 Drake ---- - - 85
60 Iowa State - - - - 86
66 Mankato Teachers - - 62
67 Concordia ---- - 57
61 Augustana - - - 54
86 Iowa Teachers - - - 81
73 Morningside - - 68
76 Morningside - - - 67
71 Iowa Teachers - - - 76
88 SDSC ---- - 79
62 SDU - - 77
77 Concordia - 85
97 MSTC - - - 81
72 SDU - - 86
63 SDSC ---- - 96
66 Augustana - - - - 56
83 Gustavus Adolphius - 88
57 NDU ----- - 63
48 NDU - - 50
84 NDU - - 73
73 NDU - - 72
Restful chalk talk
Akcxson tied in by S. D. S., Haas wcnifs for pass.
. . . The North Dakota State Bison opened the basketball season December 2
against Drake University at Des Moines, Iowa . . . The Drake Bulldogs shook
off three determined bids by the Herd to score an 85-65 victory . . . Drake held a
45-33 halftime lead, but the Bison came within eight points of overhauling the
Bulldogs three times in the second half. With three minutes remaining Drake
had a 64-56 edge, but NDS-C gave way to the tall, hard driving Drake five in
the final minutes and the Bulldogs won going away . . . Guard Doug Walstad
was the I-Ierd's top scorer with 18 points.
. . . Iowa State's Cyclones defeated the NDSC Bison in the basketball opener
for the Iowans by a score of 86-60. The early season road trip was just too much
for the Herd as they tired badly in the second half, after a fine first half, al-
though Iowa Statels height advantage was a telling factor in the 43-29 score at the
intermission . . . The Bison were still in the game at the halfway point, but
couldn't keep pace with the balanced Cyclone quint in the final 20 minutes . . .
Gene Gamache and lim Akason led NDSC scoring with 18 and 15 points,
Ludwig fighis for rebound.
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nal 27 minutes to cop the opener of the four-
game series 63-57 . . . The Sioux came from be-
hind an early eight-point deficit, tied the score
at 24-all with 13 minutes elapsed in the first
half and were never down the rest of the Way.
The Bison were not impressive as they missed
many easy shots which would have put them
out of range of the Sioux. lt was a decisive vic-
tory for the Sioux, who held a 10 point lead
most of the last half.
. . . Coach Chuck Bentson's crew hit the season
low hy failing to reach the 50 mark for the first
time as the Sioux downed the Bison 50-48, mak-
ing it two in a row in North Dakotais No. 1
rivalry . . . The ragged melee was never in
doubt, except when the Bison managed to make
it close at the end of each half, as the Sioux
took an early lead and held it all the way.
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Ludwig drives hard with underhand lay-up.
. . . The NDSC Bison completely reversed their
brand of basketball in the third game of the
series as they tumbled the NDU Sioux 84-73.
The entire Bison squad turned in an outstand-
ing performance in the series . . . The Bison
broke a 30-30 tie late in the first half and the
Sioux never caught up . . . Gene Gamache had
one of his greatest nights in Bison toggery as he
racked up 28 points. Walsrad and Akason
looked like the conferences best guard pair at
18 and 17 points, respectively.
. . . Amid all kinds of confusion, the NDSC
Bison eked out a 73-72 victory over the Sioux
to gain a split in the series . . . Led by Doug
Walstad, the Bison rolled up a 36-31 halftime
lead and Went on to squeeze out a close victory.
. . . Four other Bison hit double figures. Gene
Gamache had 16, lim Akason 13, and Heil and
Flynn 11 apiece.
Gumcuche for fwo. S
Cliff Rothrock-freshman coach
Baby Bison Strong . . . Prospects Good
Freshman Season Record
Russ Buick -
S. A. E. -
Theta Chi -
Valley City "B" -
Concordia - -
M. S. T. C. -
Valley City "B" -
Y. M. C. A. - -
Mayville HBH - -
Mayville "BH - - -
U. N. D. Freshmen
U. N. D. Freshmen
U. N. D. Freshmen
U. N. D. Freshmen
Row 'lr Huizengci, Lepird, Brunelle, Bauman, Schnell, Ruud, student manager Thuring. Row 2. Coach
Rofhrock, Lunclby, Hill, Zcxhuree, Eicle, Williams, Foss, Fought, Sharp.
- - 51
- - 62
- - 53
- - - - 64
- - - 82
- - - 58
- - - 50
bison tracksters enter
Minot TC - -
Dickinson - - -
Valley City' TC -
It's keen competition from start till finish at North C n
Coach Erv Kaiser
Bison Invitational Meet
NDU ------- 62
Northern TC - - 49
Bison ---- - 43.5
Iamestown College - - - 37
Bemidji TC - - - - 11
Mayville TC - - - 3
Valley City TC - - - 0
Row I: Gene Gomoche, Bob Conzemius, Dole Wollentine, Sylvan Melroe, Bill Shelver. Row 2: Coach
Erv Kaiser, Ken Jordohl, Tom Doy, Fred Stover, Darrell Henry, Gory Thomosson, Ron Pepper.
outlook good for sprinting hercl
. . . North Dakota State College thin clads opened the 1955 track season at their
own invitational meet held at Dakota Field. The Bison succeeded in holding
down third place honors. North Dakota University and Northern Teachers Col-
lege finished ahead of the herd . . . Bismarck was the site of the Bison cindermen
third place finish. The Sioux from NDU and Iamestown College finished ahead
of the Bison . . . The NDU Indoor Relay was won by the Sioux, after being com-
pletely walloped by the Bison in 1954 . . . South Dakota State dominated the
North Central Conference Meet for the fourth straight year. The team from
old State finished fifth in the meet. Dale Wallentine stole honors from SDS as
he collected 10 of State's total, 13 . . . Coach Erv Kaiser molded his track team
into twelve versatile men. Bob Conzemeus-100, 220 and relayg Bill Shelver-
880 and relayg Gary Thompson-broad jump, relays and javeling Ron Pepper-
broad jumpg Dale Wallentine-broad jump, high and low hurdlesg Guy Enab-
nit-high and low hurdlesg Darrel Henry-high jump and pole vaultg Gene
Gamache-high jumpg Kenny Iordahl-pole vaultg Marty Kalnins-shot putg
Sylvan Melroe-broad jump, 220, and relays: and Fred Stover-shot put.
North Central Conference
SDS - - -
Bison- - -
lts up ond over for hurdlers at Bison track. Sailing Sal-on the brood jump
Cliff Roih rock-couch
B a s e ba I I
. . . The Bison diamond men completed a successful
1955 season under the expert guidance of mentor
Cliff "Bony', Rothrock. The 1955 season was Coach
Rothrockls second season with the Bison nine. "Bony"
appeared to be building for a great future club With-
out making any great sacrifices during the 1955 cam-
paign. The Bison competed in the Steve Gorman
League and succeeded in gaining a split season of six
wins and six losses. Jamestown College had an iden-
tical record and tied the Bison nine for fourth place
in the final standings.
. . . 1956 looks like a big year for the Bison ball club.
With a large component of returning lettermen, the
Bison have a lot of experience which should make
them a rough team to beat. The addition of a pre-
season southern training trip should give the Bison an
added advantage over the competing teams of the
bison end season with 6-5 record . . . prospects good.
Row 'lr Bruce Smith, Norman Leraas, Clarence Niskanen, Ed Aiuzus, Bob Burke, Dick Elsfon., Row 2: Jorry Pecksccxmp, .lim
Akuson, Dick Joos, Warren Gullickson, Ken Leverson, Jim Lowa, Morris Holm. Row 3: Doug Walsfod, Ron Volk, Couch Roth-
rock, Bob McKay, Frank Gundermon, Ron Zoitnick.
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Dove Hilling-Team member
Jim McGuire-team member
The Bison howling team, under the tutoring of
Coach Gordy Tiegen, compiled a season record of
4 wins and 5 losses While competing with other col-
leges in this area. The season's record included wins
over North Dakota University, Valley City Teachers
College, and Dickinson Teachers College, and the
University of Minnesota. The Bison pin men com-
peted in the 1955 State Intercollegiate Tourney and
Won third place honors. Plans have been made to
compete in the 1956 State Tourney where it is hoped
that the team will continue in their Winning ways.
Row 'lr Ken Ryan, Ted Mognon, Dove Hilling. Row 2: Jim McGuire, Dick Suncle,
Frank Bosworth, Lowell Barnum.
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Two hundred or bust
W. A. A. Bowling
The women's athletic associa-
tion bowling league gave the
women of North Dakota State
College a great opportunity to
participate in intramural sports.
Students at Old State showed
a great deal of interest in bowl-
ing as they kept the Union alleys The league consisted of eight
filled on league nights. The en- teams with four girls on each
tire bowling season was high- team. Actually the number of
lighted by keen competition. Al- girls participating was larger than
most every organization on cam- it appears because every team had
pus had at least one team entered several alternates. Gordy Tiegen,
in a league . . . The men from bowling lane manager, estimated
the Newman Club swept through that over fifty girls bowled dur-
the classic league while the Stu- ing the season . . . The girls
dent All Star League. These two calling themselves the "4-ln-The
powerful teams met in the play- Darkn became the W. A. A.
off with the Student Union Alley N
men coming out victorious. X Balls" in the playoff.
Men's Intramural Bowling
Kappa Psi's and S. P. D.'s in lhe baffle of the pins.
Boastful bowlers capacitate Union Alleys
champions by defeating the "Hi-
Row 1: Gene Johnson, Tom Serrin, Diclt Monson. Row 2: Curt Kristofitz, Alan Morrissey, Coach Erv
Kaiser, Wylie Briggs, Don Kristofitz.
Bison golfers cop State Collegiate title in
near perfect season
. . . Coach Erv Kaiser turned out a golf team that had a very
successful season. The Bison club men compiled an outstanding
record of seven wins and one loss . . . The team competed in a
quadrangular meet at Grand Forks with North Dakota Univer-
sity, Moorhead State Teachers College and Concordia College.
. . . The Swanston-Kostelecky Trophy was won by the Bison
golfers on the Fargo Country Club greens. The Bison won the
intercity trophy by defeating Concordia College . . . The State
Golf Meet was held in Bismarck and again the Bison were vic-
torious. It was a great honor to have our golfers bring home the
State Collegiate Golfing Title . . . The conference tourney was
held on the Fargo Country Club links. The Bison continued their
winning ways as they racked up another championship for NDSC.
. . . Bison golfers also finished first in the Bison Invitational
Tournament. This tourney was also held on the Fargo Country
Club course . . . 1956 should be another successful season as re-
turning lettermen guarantee the team plenty of talent. The entire
student body is looking forward to seeing the Bison pick up
many more golf awards.
Left to right: Dick Strommen, Pete Rex, Keith Schick.
Bison trio wins state tennis championship
. . . The Bison tennis team completed a season which all State
students are very proud of. The SC racket men won singles and
doubles in four matches including the State Tennis Champion-
ships . . . The Bison came out victorious over Bemidji State Teach-
ers College and Concordia College in a triangular meet held at
Bemidji, Minnesota. The Bison won both singles and doubles . . .
Two intercity triangular meets were held on the Island Park
courts with the Bison acting as hosts. The Bison won over Moor-
head State Teachers College and Concordia College in both sin-
gles and doubles . . . The conference Tourney gave the Bison
their only taste of defeat. The SC singles entry was eliminated in
the quarter-finals and the doubles entry was defeated in the
championship match . . . The State Tennis tournament was held
in Bismarck and again the SC net men defeated all competition.
As was their usual pattern the team won both singles and dou-
bles . . . The outlook for the 1956 season is very bright. Coach'
Kaiser is very fortunate in having his entire 1955 team back.
Certainly, with all of the returning men, Bison supporters can
look forward to a very successful season.
The charging seven of Alpha Tau Omega.
. . . The NDSC intramural program, under the direction of Erv Kaiser, was
very successful. Over four hundred men participated in intramural sports
during the 1955-56 season. A very wide range of sports was offered such as
softball, tennis, ping pong, football, basketball and volleyball. The intramural
program gives the average student at State a chance to compete in sports that
he would not have otherwise. Coach Kaiser, and all of the students who
helped manage the program deserve credit for making available a good ath-
letic program for SC students.
Men s Intramural
opening tip mm intramural basketball union.
. . . Basketball season opened with a full
schedule of games and a very large num-
ber of competing teams. This year the
number of teams made it necessary to
operate three leagues. Some organizations
had as many as three or four teams en-
tered, and as a result there was a larger
number of men competing in the intra-
mural basketball program than ever be-
fore . . . For the first year a system of
double elimination was used in the bas-
ketball play-offs. Eight teams entered the
play-offs, but were gradually narrowed
down to two. The SAE's and the ATO's
gained the finals for the second year in
succession. The ATOls were overpowered
by a driving, skillful SAE five, and fell
in defeat in the championship round.
. . . A large turnout of talented in-
tramural teams was the keystone to
a very successful and inspiring in-
tramural football season. The Theta
Chi's were back in the play-offs af-
ter losing out last year for the first
time in five years. However, they
weren't a match' for the ATO's in
the finals, and the Tauis added a
championship to their collections.
Dick Anderson spikes one for A G R
. . . As spring eventually comes, our intramural sports
change to the outdoors. Softball is the main sport, and
a very keen sport at that. This year the hard hitting
engineers of Sigma Phi Delta were too powerful for
the slugging men of Alpha Tau Omega, who were
competing for the championship in the final round
of the play-offs . . . Ping pong competition was again
dominated by a powerful YMCA team. They carried
on their continuation of defeating all opposition as
they advanced to the title . . . An intramural tennis
program was set up, but interest wasn't too great. The
Theta Chi's won the tennis championship against
rather thin competition.
Psi, A. T. O. softball action.
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We came to college, puzzled and unsure,
To be molded as if made of clay,
By master craftsmen, who pride in the result
They send forth to travel on lifels way.
The goal of our schools-to develop good citizens for the America of
tomorrow through a broad liberal education.
Schools at NDSC work for the development of the individual by training
them for several fields. Students are instructed not only in the fundamentals but
they also impart specialized and technical knowledge. These students are provided
with practical education by five specialized schools-agriculture, chemistry,
engineering, home economics, and pharmacy-and receive their liberal education
from the school of applied arts and sciences.
Our schools were organized to develop individuals who are well equipped to
go into their chosen fields. This hope is carried out by a staff which is ever
pressing for more opportunities for its students. For full realization of these hopes
and dreams we must look to the future as each of us fulfills his role as 11 citizen
of this great country of ours.
School of Agriculture
Glenn C. Holm, Dean of the
School of Agriculture
School of Agriculture . . . prepares men for management and operation of farms . . . the
school where the honor system was initiated on campus . . . graduates may qualify as
research Workers, extension agents, teachers, grain graders, and market specialists . . . coop-
erates closely With the Experiment Station in extensive research projects . . . composed of
various departments: animal, dairy and poultry husbandry, veterinary science, general
agriculture, agricultural economics, education, engineering and entomologyg agronomy,
bacteriology, horticulture, and forestry.
Ernest L. DeAlton, Chairman of the Depart
ment of Agricultural Education
Christian Jensen, Chairman of the Depart
, ment of Dairy Husbandry
Arza P. Adams, Chairman of the Department of
Frederick R. Taylor, Chairman of the Department of
initiated the honor system on campus
Glenn S. Smith, Dean of the Graduate School
Marion L. Buchanan, Chairman of the De-
partment of Animal Husbandry
Donald F. Eveleth, Chairman of the
Department of Veterinary Science
Joseph H. Schultz, Chairman of the
Department of Horticulture and
Reece L. Bryant, Chairman of the Depart- Theodore Stoa, Chairman of the Depart- John A. Callenbach, Chairman of the
ment of Poultry Husbandry ment of Agronomy Department of Entomology
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the buildings we call home
Morrill Hall, the cenfer of agriculture uctiviiy.
One of the more urpleasani us-
pecis of hom and eggs, bacon and
iomato and lettuce sandwiches and
Veferinary Science Hull
Sheppard Livestock Arena, home of
the Little lniernczfioncxl.
and the labs where we applied our
"l'm not foo sure whether this is alfalfa
or poison ivy." The guys com-pare samples
in crops lab.
We've always heard too many cooks
spoil the broth, is it true too many
mechanics ruin the engine? But most
likely three heads are better than one.
Madame Curie Fortney is intently slav-
ing over a hot test tube in Bact. lab.
, . . And here is where we
get bristles for our tooth-
Class of Fifty-Six
0 AMUNDSON, LESTER WALLACE, Agr., East Grand Forks, Minn., Alpha Gamma Rho: chaplain, LSA Stewardship
sec., Study sec., Blue Key sec., ASAE sec., Gold Star Band vice-pres., sec., Kappa Kappa Psi sec., Saddle and Sirloin, Amateur
Radio Society, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities, soloist Cclarinetj with Gold Star Band. 0 BIERI, RUSSEL ORAL, Agr., Oberon,
Alpha Gamma Rho athletic director and alumni sec., Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H, intramural sports, senior judging team-Little
International Reserve Champion sheep showman, Spring Sing. 0 BRAATEN, MELVIN OLE, Agr., Greenbush, Minn.,
FarmI-Iouse, Alpha Zeta, Treas., intramural sports. 0 CARLSON, DON MARVIN, Agr., Concrete, Vetis Club, chaplain,
Executive Committee, Alpha Zeta. 0 DAWSON, LYLE LUTHER, IR., Agr., Mandan, Farml-louse, Alpha Zeta, YMCA,
Wesley Foundation, pres., IRC treas., Saddle and Sirloin, Little International.
0 ERIKSMOEN, DUANE ALAN, Agr., Leeds, Theta Chi pledge trainer, Arnold Air Society, FFA, officer at large, Bison
Brevities. o EVENSON, MILTON R., Agr., Hatton, Vets Club. 0 FLAKOLL, ALDEN IAMES, Agr., Forbes, LS-A.
0 GATES, THOMAS, Agr., Miles City, Montana, Alpha Gamma Rho: sec,y., Little International: Special Events Chmn.,
Gold Star Band, Arnold Air Society, Wesley Foundation, Varsity Football, Intramural Sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
0 GUNDERSON, ANTON I., Agr., Hillsboro, Theta Chi treas., librarian, Saddle and Sirloin, FFA reporter, Bison Brevi-
ties, Spring Swing, Spectrum circulation mgr.
0 HOLM, MORRIS DELANO, Agr., Halstad, Minn., FFA pres., Varsity Baseball, Basketball. 0 HOWE, ARLO, Agr.,
Hettinger. 0 IACOBSON, ORDEAN CARROL, Agr., Shelly, Minn., FarmHouse pledge trainer, FFA sentinel and
treas., Alpha Zeta sec., Kappa Delta Pi, LSA, Saddle and Sirloin, intramural sports. 0 IOI-INS-ON, IOHN N., Agr., Hawley,
Minn., Saddle and Sirloin treas., FFA, Vets Club, Little International, Iudging teams.
0 IOI-INSON, LaDON IEROME, Agr., Grandin, Farml-Iouse business manager and pres., Alpha Zeta, pres., Saddle and
Sirloin sec., YMCA, Interfraternity Council, Little International, Judging Teams, Intramural sports. 0 IOHNSON, ROGER
GARY, Agr., Kindred, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, herald, Alpha Zeta, pres., FFA sentinel, Saddle and Sirloin Club, LSA, Spring
Sing, Little International, intramural sports. 0 KIRK, GLEN DAVID, Agr., Devils Lake, YMCA vice-pres., Iohn Robin-
son Club treas., Varsity track team and Intramural basketball. I KNUTSON, ROBERT ORLANDO, Agr., Argusville.
0 LUDWIG, MERLIN ALBERT, Agr., Hillsboro, Theta Chi: Pres., Student Body President, Interfraternity Council: vice
pres., Lettermanis Club: sec'y., FFA, Blue Key, Kappa Delta Pi, NDSC Model Man, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Basket-
ball, Danforth Fellowship, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Who's Who. 0 LUND, DAVID ARLOW, Agr., Nome, Farm-
I-Iouse sec., 4-I-I Club, pres., and sec., Wesley Foundation, YMCA, ASAE, Scabbard and Blade, Little International, Intramural
sports. 0 LUNDWALL, PETER A., Agr., Argusville, Alpha Gamma Rho asst. pledge trainer and chaplain, Saddle and
Sirloin, Scabbard and Blade, social chmn., LSA, Little International, Intramural sports. 0 MAGILL, ROBERT T., Agr.,
Verona, Saddle and Sirloin, Little International, Iudging Teams. 0 MOORE, DONALD BRUCE, Agr., Forbes, FarmI-Iouse
sec. and bus. mgr., Westminster Foundation, vice-pres., YMCA, Saddle and Sirloin, 4-H Club, Letterman's Club, Alpha Zeta,
Varsity Track, Little International, Intramural sports, Iudging Teams.
0 NESS, VERNELLE IAMES, Agr., Bottineau, Vets Club, exec. council, ASAE. 0 ODEGARD, HARLAND DENNIS,
Agr., Moorhead. Minn., Theta Chi librarian, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Intramural sports. 0 O'KEEFE, LAWRENCE E.
Agr., Walhalla,iAlpha Gamma Rho pledge trainer, Agronomy Club pres., Saddle and Sirloin, Newman Club, Bison Brevitiesg
Spring Sing, Little International, Intramural sports. 0 OS-TB Y, MELVIN PAUL, Agr., Fargo, Theta Chi: pres., vice pres.,
rushing chmn., Annual: Editor-in-chief, sports ed., activities ed., Spectrum: sports ed., Board of Publications, Interfraternity
Council: reporter, Blue Key, Whois Who, FFA, Agronomy Club, Student Gvmnt. investigation committee, Bison Brevities:
exec. publicity director, Spring Sing, Intramural sports. 0 PRATT, PAUL D. F., Agr., Gardner, Alpha Tau Omega, usher,
Ski Club, Alpha Zeta, AS-AE, Bison Brevities, Intramural sports. I
o PRIEBE, DONALD WALTER, Agr., Larson, Alpha Zeta, FFA, vice-pres. o RULIFFSON, IOSEPI-I STEPHAN, Agr.,
Mapleton, Alpha Gamma Rho, pres., alumni sec. Saddle and Sirloin Club, Blue Key, Kappa Kappa Psi, Student Senate, Board
of Music, Interfraternity Council, Alpha Flying Club, Westminster Fellowship, YMCA, Bison Brevitiesg Spring S-mg, Little
International, Intramural sports, Gold Star Band, Bison Annual, Spectrum. 0 STATES, RICHARD, Agr., Fargo.
o TESCHENDORF, ROBERT EUGENE, Agr., Fargo, Theta Chi. o VOGEL, IOI-IN S., Agr., Fargo, ASAE, ASME,
vice-pres., Newman Club, vice-pres., Vets Club, Little International, Bison Brevities.
Class of Fifty-Six
School of pplied
Arts and Sciences
liberal arts and general knowledge
Seth Russell, Dean of the School of
Arts and Science
Hale Aarnes, Chairman of the De-
partment of Education and Psy-
The School of Applied Arts and Sciences . . . provides a liberal education
. . . cultivates and teaches the liberalizing disciplines in relationships to the
daily affairs of the individual and the nation . . . offers courses which will
contribute to the individuals total development . . . areas of exploration are
offered to students who have not determined their field of study ...- 0 rgan-
ized into several departments: botany, education, English, languages, mathe-
matics, music, philosophy, psychology, social sciences, speech and Zoology.
Frederick Walsh, Chairman of
the Department of Speech
J. Frank Cassel, Chairman of
N the Department of Zoology
Rudolf Otferson, Chairman
of the Department of Social
Leo Herfel, Chairman of the De-
partment of Modern Languages
Erns! Van Vlissingen, Chair-
man of the Department of
Earl Helgeson, Chairman of
the Department of Botany
Kenneth Kuhn, Chairman
of the Department of
A. Glenn Hill, Chairman of
the Department of Mathe-
"Well, l'II be darned, it is down Yhere!
arts and afternoon labs
. . . And ihis where genuine chlorophyll is
manufactured, guaranteed for sweet breath.
Star physicisfs Jane Kanellas and
Chuck Abrahamson apply iheir book
larnin' in physics lab.
Class of Fifty-Six
0 AKASON, IAMES M., AAS-, Halstad, Minn., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Letterman's Club, Basketball, Baseball. 0 ABRA-
I-IAMSON, CHARLES E., AAS, Fargo, Edwin Booth Dramatic Club, pres., Choir, Spectrum staff, KDSC staff, Little
Country theatre, Shilo Lodge Scholarship. 0 AMUNDSON, KEITH, AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, reporter, Edwin Booth
Dramatic Club, Scabbard and Blade, Ski Club, KDSC Music Director, Annual staff, Spectrum, Feature writer, Little Coun-
try Theatre, Transfer from Valley City State Teacher's College. 0 ANDERSON, HAROLD ELLIOT, AAS, Walhalla,
Letterman's Club, Basketball. 0 ANDERSEN, R. DOUGLAS, AAS, Fargo, Vets Club, Geology Club, Transfer from Iames-
town College and University of Wyoming.
0 BIORNSON, LOREN FRED, AAS, Aberdeen, So. Dak., Alpha Tau Omega, sec'y., Glee Club, Choir, Ir. Interfraternity
Council, Student Union Activities Board, Rahjah Club, Spectrum, circulation mgr., Arnold Air Society, Social chmn., Young
Republicans, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Military Ball Committee. 0 BONHUS, WILLIAM DUANE, AAS, Valley City,
Theta Chi, Staff and Note Club, pres., Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band, ROTC Band. 0 BROWN, FLOYD' WILLIAM,
AAS, Leonard, Kappa Delta Pi, Vets Club. 0 COMPTON, H. ORVILLE, AAS, Oberon, Alpha Gamma Rho, Intramural
sports, Spring Sing. 0 ELIIAH, CARROL LEWIS, AAS, Lisbon, Vets Club, YMCA, Young Memorial Award Winner.
0 ELLISON, OTTO CORNELIUS, AAS, Coral Gables, Fla., Theta Chi, Vets Club, "Mr, Roberts" cast, Little Country
Theatre, Transfer from University of North Dakota and Minot State Teacher's College. 0 ELOFSON, STANLEY, AAS,
YMCA, pres., vice-pres., District chmn., Alpha Phi Omega, Three-D Council, Roger Williams Fellowship, Young Memorial
Scholarship, Spectrum staff. 0 ENABNIT, GUY, AAS, Park Rapids, Minn., Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Social chmn., pledge
trainer, vice-pres., Football, Track, Letterman's Club, Student Union Activities board, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 FOR-
TIN, EDWARD IOHN, AAS, Fargo, Track, Transfer from Devils Lake lr. College. 0 FORTNEY, ELIZABETH ANN,
AAS, Fargo, Kappa Alpha Theta, Courtesy chmn., Newman Club, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities, Transfer from College of St.
0 GACKLE, BRYAN ERNEST, AAS, Kulm, Theta Chi, Rahjah Club, sec'y, Scabbard and Blade, KDSC, Continuity,
Publicity and Special Events, Program Director, Gold Star Band, Bison Brevities, Little Country Theatre. o GERARDY,
ROBERT E., AAS, Fargo. 0 GROSZ, THEODORE A., AAS, Moorhead, Minn.
D GULLINGSRUD, DENNIS O., AAS, Climax, Minn., Vets Club, photographer, Intramural sports, Cast "Stalag 17",
Little Country Theatre. 0 I-IANSEN, NORMAN BERNARD, AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi, vice-pres., Rushing chmn., Na-
tional Convention Delegate, Interfraternity Council, pres., Director Greek Week, Soabbard and Blade, pres., KDSC staff,
Military Ball Committee. I HENDRICKSON, PI-IYLLIS IEAN, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma, song leader, regis-
trar, Orchesis, pres., Womenls Senate, WAA, Air Debs, uniforms officer, Cheerleader, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities,
Spring Sing. 0 HOLT, AUDREY L., AAS, Casselton, Alpha Gamma Delta, editor, YWCA, Spectrum staff, Annual
staff, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 I-IOSTED, PRISCILLA, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Edwin Booth Dramatic
Club, KDSC staff, Spectrum staff, Student Union Activities Board, Little Country Theatre, Bison Brevities, director.
0 I-IOVLAND, DONALD GALE, AAS, Stanley, Scabb-ard and Blade, Gold Star Band, ROTC Rifle Team capt., I. S.
Burgum Scholarship, Spring Sing. 0 HUISMAN, MAYNARD A., AAS, Mott, Lett-erman's Club, Football. I IOI-INSON,
LEON MILES, AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Student Senate, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesv,
Spectrum, editor, business mgr., reporter, Annual staff, Board of Radio, Board of Publications, KDSC: publicity director,
Staff, Little Country Theatre, YMCA. 0 IOOS, RICHARD DALE, AAS, Fargo, Letterman's Club, Baseball. 0 KALI-
NOV, SAM CHARLES, AAS, Steele, Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade: sec'y., Vets Club, Assn. of Reserve Officers
Award, Bison Brevities, Cast: "Stalag l7.R
0 KIRKI-IUS, IOCELYN, AAS, Wyndmere, Phi Mu: Social chmn., Rushing chmn., Scholarship chmn., vice-pres., reporter,
Standards Board, Sigma Alpha Iota: sec'y, sgt. at arms, Guidon, Choir, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Cast: "Amahl and the
Night Visitors." 0 LEE, M, IAYNE, AAS, Rugby, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pledge trainer, Social chmn., Activities chmn.,
Women's Senate, Kappa Delta Pi: vice-pres., Senior Counselor, Air Debs: Commander, Orchcsis, Gold Star Band, Intra-
mural Bowling, Bison Brevities: Director, Spring Sing 0 MALTA, AINA LIA, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha
Iota, Orchesis: sec'y., treas., LSA, YWCA, Choir, Intramural Sports, Bison Brevities. 0 MENSING, WAYNE WARREN,
AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi: vice-pres., Gold Star Band, Choir, Intramural Bowling, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Transfer from
University of Minnesota, o MEYERS, FRANKLIN D., AAS, Minot, Alpha Tau Omega: pres., Interfraternity Council:
treas., Scabbard and Blade: vice-pres., Intramural sports, Bison Brevities.
0 MITHUN, DELORES R., AAS, Fargo, Sigma Alpha Iota: pres., Gold Star Band, Women's Senate, Sigma Alpha Iota
Foundation Award, Spring Sing. s MOE, HAROLD O., AAS, Fargo, Vets Club, LS-A, Inter-religious Council, vice-pres.,
Intramural sports, Transfer from University of North Dakota- U MONTGOMERY, ROBERT C-, AAS! Fargo: Alpha
Tau Omega: Social chmn., Kappa Kappa Psi: sec'y., pres., Blue Key, Gold Star B-and, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities,
Spring Sing. o MORRISON, STANLEY I-I., AAS, Akra, Vets Club: Commander, Ex. Comm., Agi. Econ. Club, Student
Class of Fifty-Six
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Class of Fifty-Six
0 MOYER, GERALD BOWMAN, AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Ir. Interfraternity Council, "Mr. Robertsf' Prod. staff.
0 NELSON, HELEN D., AAS, Harvey, Alpha Gamma Delta: Librarian, Chaplain, second vice-pres., Bison Brevities, Spring
Sing. I NOLAN, ROBERT C., AAS, Silvis, Ill. Varsity football, baseball, Letterman's club, Scabbard and Blade.
0 OGUCHI, KEIKO, AAS, Tokyo, Iapan, Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA: Cabinet, co-chmn. international affairs. Wesley Foun-
dation: worship chmn., Wesley Foundation Scholarship, Transfer from Aoyama Gakuin Ir. College. 0 OLMSTEAD, DON-
ALD, GEORGE, AAS, Moorhead, Minn., Sigma Chi: pledge pres., Vets club, LSA, Intramural football, basketball, Varsity
baseball, Glee club, Transfer from Concordia College.
0 PATTERSON, DONALD CURTIS, AAS, Washburn, Sigma Chi: athletic chairman, Varsity football, Intramural sports,
Letterman's Club, LCT. 0 PEIET, DAVID SPENCER, AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Council, AFROTC
drill team, Bison Brevities, Spring Sting. 0 POYZER, HARLEY I., AAS, Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega, Vets club I PRATT,
RICHARD S., AAS, Fargo, Sigma Chi: treas. 0 RADCLIFFE, THOMAS, AAS, Fargo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: pres,
rush chmn., treas., Lettermen's Club: treas., Golf Team, Comm. of Campus Affairs, Edwin Booth Dramatic Club, '4Who,s
Who", Little Country Theatre.
0 SARFF, DALE IEROME, AAS, Hibbing, Minn., Gold Star Band: pres., Kappa Kappa Psi: delegate to Nat'l. convention,
KDSC sports ed., Intramural basketball, Transfer from Hibbing lunior College. 0 SCHATZ, DONALD WILLIAM,
AAS, McClusky, Sigma Chi: house mgr., Vets Club, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 SHELDON, DON
PAUL, AAS, Wheatland, Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band, ROTC Band, Pershing Rifles, Vets Club, Freshman basket-
ball. 0 SHERWOOD, IUDITI-I E., AAS, Fargo, Kappa Kappa Gamma: pres., membership chmn., Key correspondent,
Panhellenic Council: treas., Senior Staff: pres., Women's Senate, NSA co-ordinator, Student Senate, Board of Campus
Affairs, Board of Athletics, Board of Radio: se:'y., Annual staff, Spectrum staff, Cheerleader, Air Debs Outstanding Service
Award, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. I TURNER, BETH, AAS,
Wilton, Phi Mu: treas., ritualistic chmn., pres., Panhellenic Council, Tau Beta Sigma, Gold Star Band, Women's Senate:
vice-pres., Inter-religious Council, 3-D Council, Baptist Young People: pres., Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
0 VAN SLYCK, MAUREEN FRANZ, AAS, Fargo, Kappa Alpha Theta, Annual staff, Spectrum staff, Bison Brevities,
Spring Sing. 0 WEATHERFORD, WAYNE BRYAN, AAS, Moorhead, Minn., Young Democrats Club: pres., executive
council, AFROTC drill team, Spectrum staff. 0 ZAYLSKIE, BARBARA ADELLE, AAS, Fargo, Westminster Fellowship:
moderator, YWCA. 0 ZUKLIC, ROBERT F., AAS, Chicago, Ill., Sigma Alpha Epsilon: social chmn., warden, Letter-
man's Club: social chmn., Rahjah Club, Varsity football, Bison Brevities, Spring S-ing.
The School of Chemistry
test tubes, bunsen burners and explosions
The School of Chemistry . . . workshop of chem majors . . . provides its
facilities to various other schools on campus . . . highly trained staff, com-
plete departmental library, and well equipped labs are features of this school
. . . organized into seven departments: agricultural, biological, analytical,
industrial, inorganic, and physical chemistry.
Ralph E. Dunbar, Dean of The
School of Chemistry
Wouter Bausch, Professor of
Points, Varnishes and Lacquers
Norman C Peterson Associate
Professor of Physical Chemistry
Franz H. Rafhmann, Professor
of Organic Chemistry
r O Clogeif Professor of
2 ' 2
Fesfus L. Minnear, Professor of
Charles W. Fleetwood, Professor
of Analytical Chemisiry
Class of Fifty-Six
0 BEATTY, IAMES WAYNE, Chem., Fargo, Sigma Phi Delta: vice-pres., Social chmn., Interfraternity Council: vice-pres.,
Rahjah Club: vice pres., Chemistry Club: vice-pres., Student Union Activities Board: chm. of fine arts, Spectrum: sports ed.
0 BIEBER, ALLAN LeROY, Chem, Mott, LSA, YMCA: treas., Chemistry Club, Intramural sports, Transfer from Con-
cordia College. 0 BURNETT, IOHN LAMBE, Chem., Fargo, Chemistry Club: treas., AFROTC Rifle Team, Arnold Air
Society, Chemical Rubber Co. Achievement Award, Chem. Club Ir. Book Award, Eastgate Lodge Scholarship, Armed Forces
Chemical Assn. Award, Outstanding 2nd year basic AFROTC, Among top five scholastically '54 and '55. 0 CONZEMIUS,
ROBERT IOSEPH, Chem., Breckenridge, Minn., Chemistry Club, Varsity Baseball, Track. 0 CUMMINS, IOHN
THOMAS, Chem, Portal, Newman Club, Chemistry Club, Transfer from Minot State Teacher's College.
0 FISCHER, IOSEPH W., Chem., Schenectady, N. Y., Chemistry Club, Newman Club, Transfer from Catholic University
of America, Siena College. 0 FOGEL, MICHAEL GREGORY, Chem., Fargo, Alpha Tau Omega: vice-pres., usher, Stu-
dent Senate, Commissioner of Athletics, Board of Publications, Board of Finance, Arnold Air Society, Blue Key: pres.,
Chemistry Club, Choir, Cheerleader, Varsity basketball, Ernest Trigg Foundation Scholarship, Chemistry Senior Book
Award, Blue Key Ir. Scholarship, Distinguished AFROTC Cadet, Homecoming Committee, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing,
"Mr, Robertsn: cast. 0 GUYER, VERNON L., Chem., Fargo, Transfer from Montana State University. 0 HANSON,
RICHARD CLARENCE, Chem., Fargo, Archer-Daniels-Midland Senior Award, S-enior Book Award. 0 HARAK, ARNOLD
EDWARD, Chem., Venturia, Chemistry Club, Noyal Kellog SCl'10l2lrSl'1ip, Transfer from St. Th011lHS-
0 HARIU, PHILIP HERMAN, Chem., Bismarck, Chemistry Club: pres., Knights Templar Scholarship, Spencer-Kellog
Scholarship, Am. Chemical Club membership, Intramural sports. 0 HARVEY, IAMES RICHARD, Chem., Moorhead,
Minn., Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chaplain, Recorder, Chemistry Club, Newman Club, Republic Aviation Award, Trigg Foun-
dation Fellowship. 0 HENNING, GORDON, Ph., Fargo, 0 KREISELMAIER, KURT W., Chem., Fargo, Chemistry
Club, Blue Key Master Freshman Award, Foreman, Ford and Company Award for three years. 0 KUSKE, DOINALD
ARTHUR, Chem., Fargo.
0 LANDAU, ARTHUR, Chem., Woodmere, N. Y., Theta Chi, E. T. Trigg Foundation Scholarship, Freshman Basketball,
Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Transfer from Cornell University. 0 OLSON, ROBERT ERIC, Chem.,
Fargo, Theta Chi: rushing chmn., social chmn., Brevities Director, Interfraternity Council, Student Union Activities Board:
pres., Intramural sports. 0 STAUFFER, CLYDE EUGENE, Chem., Cando, Alpha Tau Omega, Choir, Bison Brevities,
Spring Sing, Transfer from Wahpeton State School of Science. 0 WRIGHT, ALICE ADELE, Chem., Oberon, Chemistry
Club, YWCA, Westminster Foundation: sec'y.
The School of Engineering l
Frank Mirgoin, Deon of the School of
Williom Promersberger, Chciirmon
the Department of Agricultural Engi-
The School of Engineering . . . the largest school on campus . . . instructs its students
thoroughly in the fundamentals of the various fields and imparts required special and
technical knowledge . . . stresses theory as well as experimentation . . . enables stu-
dents to work on projects and problems similar to those that will confront them in
their future vocations . . . opportunities for advanced and graduate study in some
major fields . . . basically a four year course, a degree in architecture requires five
years of training . . . the seven major departments are: agricultural, architectural,
civil, electrical, industrial, aeronautical, and mechanical engineering.
Knute Henning, Chairman of the De
pcnrtmenf of Architecture and Archi
3 tecturol Engineering
John Oalcey, Chairman of the De-
partment of Civil Engineering
builders of the future
Parker Green, Chairman of the De-
partment of Industrial Engineering
Edwin Anderson, Chairman of the
Department of Electrical Engineer-
'Albert Anderson, Chairman of the
Department of Mechanical Engi-
education through experience
Wind velocity? - Altitude? - Friction? - Square root
of 394? The wind tunnel in aeronautical engineering
lab being put to good use.
We're sure the engine will work if
you 'Fanagle the thingamaiig with
a whatchamacallit and then give it
a good swift kick- sage advice to
What is it-a new tangled
chicken coop? The ag engi-
neers ponder this problem
the students in ME lab.
Just like the model airplanes we made in high
school-two aeronautical engineers prepare a test
model for the wind funnel.
That's not a TV set but an oscillascope that's the center of interest
in the electrical engineering lab.
Here's a "big wheel" at old State - being
inspected by some mechanical engineers.
'1WelI, if's like this . . ." C.
O. Anderson explains the
principle of steam power to
the students in ME lab.
Dolve Hall otherwise known
as the North Engineering
Building is located on the
frosty limits of 'he NDSC
South Engineering Building,
one of the main landmarks
Main enfrcxnce of Dolve Hull,
the pride and ioy of 'Ihe
from the frosty limits
To the campus hub
engineers call the NDSC home
Class of Fifty-Six
o ABBOTT, ROGER, Eng., Minot, Alpha Tau Omega, Arnold Air Society, AIEE, Distinguished Military Cadet AFROTC,
Intramural sports. 0 AGREY, IOI-IN M., Eng., Fargo, AIEE, Intramural basketball. 0 BERKELAND, B. A., Eng.,
Lancaster, Minn., Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, o BONEWELL, DARYL R., Eng., Pelic-an Rapids, Minn., AIEE.
0 BORGE, DONALD GENE, Eng., Flasher, Vets Club: exec. committee, Transfer from Concordia College.
0 BOWLES, NEIL H., Eng., Sarles, Alpha Gamma Rho: assnt. treas., AIEE, Arnold Air Society: vice commander, Var-
sity Bowling, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 BROWN, BERNARD, Eng., Stanley, Alpha Tau Omega,
ASCE, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring S-ing. 0 BROWN, CHARLES LEE, Eng., Fargo, AIEE, Intramural
Basketball. 0 BRUMWELL, ROBERT KEITH, Eng., Erskine, Minn., Co-op House, Tau Beta Pi, ASME, IAS, Transfer
from Bemidji State Teacher's College. 0 CARLSON, GENE.
I CEDARSTROM, ROY A., Eng., Minot, Alpha Tau Omega: house mgr., AIEE. 0 CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM I.,
Eng., Minot, ASME, Arnold Air Society, Newman Club: vice-pres., AFROTC drill team, color guard, Transfer from Minot
State Teacher's College. 0 CI-IRISTENSEN, CURTIS ALLEN, Eng., Fargo, Vets Club: commander, AIEE, IRE.
0 CONNOR, DONALD H., Eng., Devils Lake, Sigma Phi Delta, ASME, Transfer from Wahpeton State School of Science.
0 DALAGER, KENNETH B., Eng., Glenwood, Minn., IRE, Transfer from Wahpeton State School of Science.
0 DAVIDSON, DONALD R., Eng., Devils Lake, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vets Club, Gold Star Band, ASCE, Men's Chorus,
Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Transfer from Devils Lake Ir. College. 0 DIEMERT, LARRY, Eng., Valley City,
Sigma Chi, AIA, Distinguished AFROTC Cadet, Bison Brevities, Beaux Arts Ball committee. 0 EIDE, RODNEY GIL-
MAN, Eng., Moorhead, Minn., ASME, Pi Tau Sigma: vice-pres., Intramural sports, Engineers Day committee.
0 EGLI, IOHN, Eng., New Salem. 0 ELSTON, RICHARD ARTHUR, Eng., Hope, AIEE. 0 EMERSON, TERRY
IOI-IN, Eng., Fargo, Pi Tau Sigma: sec'y., ASME: treas., Tau Beta Pi: cataloger. 0 ENGEBRETS-EON, ROGER, Eng.,
Litchville. 0 ENGLE, DAN, Eng., Moorhead, Minn.
0 ERICKSTAD, ROGER, Eng., Garske, Alpha Tau Omega, Arnold Air Society: sec'y., Wing Commander AFROTC, Bison
Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 GAMACI-IE, ORRIN EUGENE, Eng., Lisbon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Varsity Basketball, Track,
Letterman's Club, Outstanding NDSC freshman athlete award, R. L. Christianson award. 0 GIESE, IAMES WILLIAM,
Eng., Aberdeen, S. D., IAS: pres., sec'y.-treas., Engineering Council, ASME, Wesley Foundation, YMCA, Student Union
Activities Board, Transfer from Northern State Teacher's College, Aberdeen. 0 GRAU, ROGER BRUCE, Eng., Walhalla,
Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band. o GRIFFIN, IAMES, Eng., Fargo, Kappa Tau Delta,
Atelier Chat Noir, Vets Club.
0 GUYER, ROBERT CHARLES, Eng., Fargo, Pi Tau Sigma: pres., ASME: sec'y., regional conference chmn., Engineer-
ing Council, Tau Beta Pi, IAS, Spectrum staff, N. D. State Engineer: assoc. ed., Annual staff, Engineer's Open House,
Engineer's Day committee. 0 HALLQUIST, GEORGE, Eng., Lisbon, IRE, AIEE, Vets Club, Amateur Radio Club, Trans-
fer from San Mateo Ir. College. 0 HANSEN, MELOY R., Eng., Ligerwood, Vets Club, AIEE. 0 HEIDLEBAUGH,
GARY I., Eng., Rugby, Co-op House: personnel mgr., board of directors, IAS, Engineering Council: vice-pres., pres.,
ASME, Bison Brevities, Intramural sports. 0 HURLEY, PATRICK, Eng., Fargo, ASCE, Newman Club: pres., Tau Beta
Pi, Inter-religious Council, Intramural sports, Engineering Council, AFROTC, Scabbard and Blade Award.
0 IACOBS, EDWIN I., Eng., Bismarck, Vets Club: vice commander, ASCE. 0 IACOBSON, HARLAND CLAIRE,
Eng., Fargo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ASCE: pres., Engineering Council: vice-pres., Ski Club, LSA, Vets Club, YMCA,
Intramural Sports, Spring Sing. -
Class of Fifty-Six
Class of Fifty-Six
o JOHNSON, ERLE B., Eng., Fargo, ASME. 0 IOHNSON, GEORGE ALLAN, Eng., Halstad, Minn., AIEE.
0 IOHNSON, MERRIL ALLYN, Eng., Osnabrock, Alpha Gamma Rho: vice-pres., ASAE: vice-pres., Scabbard and Blade:
treas., Engineering Council, LSA, Homecoming Parade Marshal, Mgr. of Little International Machine Show, Ag. Engr.
Yearbook Ed., Osnabrock Student Scholarship, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 KAEDING, DUANE A., Eng., Penn,
Sigma Phi Delta: chaplain, Gamma Delta: pres., AIEE, IRE, LSA, Amateur Radio Club. 0 KEECI-I, DELOS, Eng.,
Wahpeton, ASME, YMCA, VFW, Editor for yearbook, Agawasie-1954, Transfer from State S-chool of Science.
0 KELLER, WENDELL RICHARD, Eng., Fargo, Arnold Air Society, first treas., AFROTC. 0 KORB, EUGENE
VICTOR, Eng., Calio, Newman Club. 0 LAMMER, LYNN LEO, Eng., Edgeley, Alpha Tau Omega: pledge trainer,
Intramural sports, Bison Brevities. 0 LAVOLD, IACK A., Eng., Moorhead, Minn., Sigma Phi Delta: historian, Alpha Phi
Omega: vice-pres., Rahjahs, AIEE, Intramural football and volleyball. 0 LINK, ARTHUR GENE, Eng., Bismarck, AIEE:
vice-chmn., Tau Beta Pi: vice-pr-es., engineering council representative, Max Hughes Memorial Scholarship, Tau Beta Pi
Essay Award, ROTC Minute Man Award, ROTC Rifle Team, Campus Radio. Transfer from Bismarck Iunior College.
0 LODGARD, CHARLES, Eng., Fargo. 0 MADSON, GORDON A., Eng., Argusville, Sigma Phi Delta: guide, ASCE.
Tfgmgfer from Concordia College, o MARAS, RUDOLPH M., Eng., Fargo, Tau Beta Pi, Baseball. Transfer from Uni-
versity of Santa Clara, University of Minnesota. 0 MARCZUK, MICHAEL, Eng., Gorham. 0 MARTIN, CHARLES F.,
IR., Eng., Moorhead, Minn., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Edwin Booth, Vets Club, ASCE, LCT, Debate.
I MEYER, EDWARD WILLIAM, Eng., Edgeley, Atelier Chat Noir: pres., Engineers Council, Pella Scholarship. Transfer
from St. Olaf College. 0 MEYER, LAWRENCE LESTER, Eng., Edgeley, Sigma Phi Delta, Tau Beta Pi: sec., Ham Club:
pres., AIEE, IRE, Arnold Air Society, Blue Key, Intramural sports. 0 NELSON, HARRY A., Eng., Grand Forks, AS-ME:
conference committee, program committee. Transfer from Minot State Teachers College and University of North Dakota.
Class of Fifty-Six
0 NELSON, WILLIAM HOWARD, Eng., Perley, Minn., Pi Tau Sigma: treas., LSA: pres., Tau Beta Pi: corres. sec'y.,
ASME, Pi Tau Sigma Sophomore Award, Bowling. 0 NYQUIST, DEAN A., Eng., Hoffman, Minn., Sigma Phi Delta,
AIEE, IVCF, Tau Beta Pi, Intramural sports. Transfer from State School of Science. 0 OLSON, DUANE GENE, Eng.,
Milnor, Sigma Phi Delta: house mgr., ASME, Tau Beta Pi. Transfer from State School of Science. 0 OLSON, GEORGE
EVERETT, Eng., Rolctte, Vets Club, ASME. Transfer from North Dakota School of Forestry. o PALMERSON, PETER
IOHN, Eng., Springbrook, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Institute of Radio Engineers, Engineers Council, Intramural sports. 0 PAUL,
HOWARD A., Eng., Minot, ASCE, Transfer from Minot State Teachers College.
0 PEDERSEN, STANLEY D., Eng., Iuanita, ASCE, Vets Club: commander. 0 PETERSON, DONALD EARL, Eng.,
Minot, Tau Beta Pi, LSA, Institute of Radio Engineers, Transfer from Minot S-tate Teachers College. 0 PETERSON,
WAYNE, Eng., Fargo. 0 REX, PETER SCOTT, Eng., Fargo, ASME, IAS, Tennis team, Lettermanis Club, Bison annual
staff, Ski Club, Intramural sports. 0 RIEDER, WILLIAM GARY, Eng., Williston, LSA, ASME: vice-pres., Pi Tau Sigma,
Tau Beta Pi: pres., YMCA, Phi Kappa Phi, Mechanical Engineer's Alumni Award, General Electric Scholarship, Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities, North Dakota State Engineer: editor.
0 RULAND, IOHN MARION, Eng., New Town, Sigma Phi Delta, Transfer from State School of Science. 0 SCHOE-
PI-IOERSTER, DELBERT I., Eng., Lisbon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: pres., sec'y., warden, AIEE, IRE, Blue Key: corres. sec'y.,
Vets Club: treas., Bison Brevities Executive Committee, Spring Sing. 0 SCHULTZ, IOHN ENOCH, Eng., Bismarck,
AS-ME, Transfer from Bismarck Ir. College. 0 SCI-IVVINKENDORF, RONALD EDWIN, Eng., Mandan, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon: historian, AIEE, Letterman's Club, Varsity Football, Track, Intramural sports, Spring Sing. 0 SLOTTEN, RUS-
SELL HAROLD, Eng., Wahpeton, Alpha Tau Omega: rushing chmn., pledge trainer, ASAE, Sicabbard and Blade: s-ec'y.,
Rahjah Club, Distinguished AROTC Military Student, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
0 SMITH, LAWRENCE RONALD, Eng., Cummings, Sigma Phi Delta, ASME, Transfer from University of North
Dakota. 0 STELTER, WILLIS LEE, Arch., Doran, Minn., Sigma Phi Delta: corres. sec'y., Gamma Delta, Kappa Tau Delta,
AIA: sec'y., First Place Tile Competition, Honorable mention N. D. AIA competition, Transfer from Wahpetoii State
School of Science.
0 STRAND, WILLIAM, Eng., Detroit Lakes, Minn., ASCE, Vets Club: Sec'y., Intramural sports. 0 STROMMEN,
RICHARD DALE, Eng., Fargo, AIEE, Arnold Air Society, Varsity Tennis, Letterman's Club, Annual staff. 0 SUCKUT,
VERGIL W., Eng., Bowdon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ASME, YMCA. 0 TANGEN, TENNER M., Eng., Kensington,
Minn., ASCE, Vetis Club, Intramural sports. 0 THOMPSON, HARLYN E., Arch., Fargo, Kappa Tau Delta: sec'y.-treas.,
Atelier Chat Noir, 1954 Honorable Mention AIA Design Cosnpetition, 1955 third place AIA Design Competition, Varsity
I THOMPSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Eng., Bismarck, ASCE, IRC, Transfer from Bismarck Ir. College. 0 TIMM,
DWIGHT, Eng., Fargo. 0 TURNQUIST, RODNEY DELANO, Eng., Farwell, Minn., IRE, Transfer from Wahpeton
State School of Science. 0 TUTHILL, GEORGE ALVA, Eng., Cogsw-ell. 0 TUTHILL, WILLIAM EDGAR, Eng., Cogs-
well, ASME: pres., Engintering Council: treas., Scabbard and Blade.
0 VONDERHEIDE, IEROME LEE, Eng., Underwood, AIEE, KDSC: technical director, Amateur Society. 0 WEBSTER,
WALLACE, Eng., Valley City, Vets Club: treas., exec. committee, ASME, Cast "Mr, Robertsf, 0 WHIDDEN, LA ROY
BRUCE, Eng., Minot, Alpha Tau Omega, AIEE: pres., Engineering Council sec'y., Edwin Booth Dramatic Club: sec'y.,
Little Country Theatre, Intramural sports, KDSC staff, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 WILSON, DENNIS, Eng., Fergus
Falls, Minn, o WOLLA, MAURICE LeROY, Eng., Minot, AIEE: IRE: sec'y-treas., N. D. State Engineer: ed., Tau
Beta Pi, Shiloh Lodge Scholarship, Student Delegate to Congress of American Industry of Nat'l. Assn. of Manufacturers,
Transfer from Minot State Teachers College. 0 YESTEBOE, HOWARD T., Eng., ASME, Vets Club.
0 ZIEGLER, VICTOR E., Eng., Hebron, Sigma Phi Delta: pres., pledge trainer, Tau Beta Pi: treas., Student Senate, Vets
Club: exec. committee, Commissioner of Student Union, Blue Key, Student Union Activities Board, Bison Brevities Execu-
tive Art Director, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 ZINK, LAVERNE L., Eng., Bordulac, Tau Kappa Epsilon: athletic
chmn., Brevities director, Newman Club: pres., vice-pres., program chmn., ASAE, Editor Newsletter of ASAE, National
Iohn Henry Award, Newman Honor Society, IFYE Scholarship, Intramural sports, Men's Glee Club, Bison Brevities, Spring
Sing, 4-H State Treas., Grand Champion Sheep Division, Little International, Radio Club, Toastmasteris Club, Inter-reli-
gious Council: chmn., International Farm Youth Exchange to Costa Rica.
Class of Fifty-Six
The School of
sewing, baking and Betty Crocker
The School of Home Economics . . . trains future homemakers . . . provides
professional training in teaching, commercial food work, dietetics, extension
work, research, radio and advertising . . . an ever expanding field . . . well
trained staff and excellent facilities in its new building . . . the school also
offers a liberal education . . . five major departments are: general home
economicsg clothing and textilesg foods and nutritiong home economics edu-
cationg and pre-occupational therapy.
Caroline Buclewig, Dean of the
School of Home Economics.
Lucile Horton, Chairman of the De-
partment of Home Economics Edu-
Elvira Smith, Chairman of the De-
partment of Foods and Nutrition.
h ' t th ,
g:ll:L:1:rffTfniZhie3Ir:,t:n 0 e Emily Reynolds, Chairman of the
P ' Department of Textiles and Cloth-
Fernow H , '
Fifzloff ' . .. 1
Class of Fifty-Six
0 ABRAHAMSON, IANET LEE, HE: Leal: Gamma Phi Beta: Activities chmn.: Kappa Delta Pi: pres.: Student Union
Activities Board: sec'y.-treas.: publicity chmn.: Orchesis: vice-pres.: Dakota Hall Club: sec'y.: Art Club: KDSC news ed.:
Spectrum staff: choir: Tryota: Wesley Foundation: Intramural sports: Cast: "Even the Gods": Little Country Theatre:
Bison Brevities Director: Spring Sing: "Who's Who." 0 AKASON, BEVERLY, HE: Ada, Minn.: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi
Upsilon Omicron: YWCA: treas., vice-pres., Sophomore Commission pres.: Iohn Robinson Club: sec'y. 0 ANDERSON,
EUNICE, HE: Moorhead, Minn.: Kappa Alpha Theta: vice-pres., pledge trainer, courtesy chmn., corres. sec'y.: Kappa Delta
Pi: Phi Upsilon Omicron: ed.: Student Union Activities Board: Tryota: Gold Star Band: Panhellenic Scholarship. 0 AN-
DERSON, JUNE LAVONNE, HE: Crookston, Minn.: Gamma Phi Beta: Gamma Delta: pres.: Gold Star Band: Guidon:
Tryota: Spectrum staff: Annual staff: Student Union Activities Board: Snow Sculpture: Intramural Bowling: Bison Brevi-
ties: Spring Sing: Transfer from University of North Dakota. 0 BRIGGS, EVELYN IOYCE, HE: Fargo: YWCA: Tryota.
0 CULLEN, LOIS MARIE, HE: Sheldon: Kappa Delta Pi: historian-reporter: Phi Upsilon Omicron: treas.: Tryota: Wesley
Foundation: 4-H: FHA Scholarship: Elks Scholarship: Kappa Kappa Gamma Iardine Thompson Nichols Scholarship: Phi
Upsilon Omicron Scholarship. 0 DAWSON, NANCY KAISER, HE: Fargo: Gamma Phi Beta: historian, scholarship
chmn.: Sigma Alpha Iota: treas., program chmn.: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Orchesis: Swim Club: sec'y.-treas.: Wesley Foun-
dation: council: Tryota: Choir: YWCA: Intramural sports: Spectrum staff: Highest Freshman Woman's Average: Bison
Brevities: Spring Sing. 0 DEAL, IOAN RITA, HE: Doran, Minn.: Gamma Phi Beta: vice-pres.: Newman Club: Tryota:
Bison Brevities: Spring Sing: Transfer from College of St. Catherine and University of Minnesota. 0 FARLOW, IANET
IOAN, HE: Wahpeton: Phi Mu: pledge pres., social chmn., registrar: Tryota: Iohn Robinson Club: YWCA: Transfer from
Stephens College. I FERNOW, ERLYS JEAN, HE: Enderlin: Alpha Gamma Delta: treas.: Phi Upsilon Omicron: historian:
Tau Beta Sigma: treas., pres.: Senior staff: Kappa Delta Pi: Tryota: pres., council: LSA: 4-H: sec'y.: Womenis Senate: Gold
Star Band: Danforth Fellowship.
0 FITZLOFF, GAIL LAMARR, HE: Fargo: Gamma Phi Beta: house pres.: Kappa Delta Pi: Guidon: Tryota: Choir: Wom-
en's Senate: Panhellenic Council: Homecoming Queen Attendant: Senior Staff junior award: Spectrum staff: Annual staff:
Bison Brevities: Spring Sing. 0 GIESZLER, ELAINE, HE: Minot: Alpha Gamma Delta: corres. sec'y.: vice-pres., pres.:
YWCA: pres.: Tryota: council: Panhellenic Council: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Kappa Delta Pi: Bison staff: Annual staff: Wom-
en's Res. Hall: vice-pres.: Student Senate: Senior staff: Women's Senate: treas.: Homecoming committee chmn.: Leadership
Clinic, chmn.: Bison Brevities: Spring Sing: "Who's Whof, 0 GERTEIS: KATHERINE, HE: Syracuse, N. Y.: Gamma
Phi Beta: Bison Brevities: Student Union Activities Board: Intramural sports: Tryota: Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. o GEVING,
DARLENE MAYVIS, HE: Parshall: Phi Mu: Tryota: YWCA: 4-H: LSA: WAA. 0 GRAUPMAN, FRANCES ELAINE,
HE: Bowdon: LSA: YWCA: Sophomore Commission Cabinet: Art Club: Tryota: Kappa Delta Pi.
0 HAGEN, MARY IEAN, I-IE: Enderlin: Kappa Alpha Theta: historian, rushing chmn., pres.: Air Debs: treas.: Tau Beta
Sigma: Panhellenic Council: pres.: Gold Star Band: Tryota: YWCA: Spectrum staff: Bison Brevities: Spring Sing. 0 HAN-
SON, CAROL, HE: Portland: Phi Upsilon Omicron: corres. secly.: Kappa Delta Pi: Women's Senate: LSA: publicity chmn.:
Tryota: publicity chmn.: Sears Roebuck Home Ec. Scholarship: Gamma Phi Beta Irene Leimbacher Memorial Scholarship:
Ceres Hall counselor: Women's Res., hall counselor. 0 HENNING, MARGARET, HE: Hillsboro: Tau Beta Sigma:
pres.: Kappa Delta Pi: Iohn Robinson Club: sec'y.: Tryota: council, vice-pres.: YWCA: pres.: Senior staff: Phi Upsilon
Omicron: sec'y.: Gold Star Band: Annual staff.
Class of Fifty-Six
0 HULTSTRAND, LOIS, HE, Fairdale, Kappa Kappa Gamma: seciy., marshal, activities chmn., Tryota, Guidon, LSA,
YWCA. 0 HUNKE, MARIANNE, HE, Taylor, Phi Mu: pledge director, historian, Newman Club: sec'y,, 4-H: treas.,
vice-pres., Choir, Guidon, Sigma Alpha Iota, Tryota, Watkins Scholarship, Intramural sports, Bison Brevitics, Spring Sing.
0 IACKSON, E. GRACE, HE, Fort Yates, Phi Mu: corres. sec'y., recording sec'y., Tryota, Wesley Foundation, YWCA:
sec'y. sophomore commission and cabinet, 1954 Nat'l. Wool Growers Ass'n. Essay Contest Winner, Spring Sing. o IOHN-
SON, MARILYN LOUISE, HE, Perham, Minn., Gamma Delta: sec'y., Gold Star Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Transfer from
University of Minnesota and Moorhead S-tate Teacher's College. 0 KELLER, ELSIE MARILYN, HE, Beulah, Phi Mu,
LSA: social service seciy., YWCA, Tryota, Spring Sing.
0 KISSER, EDNA LEE, ANN, HEI, Fargo, Tryota, YWCA: cabinet, LSA. 0 KOEBERL, DONA IEAN, HE, Grace-
ville, Transfer from Augsburg College and Pasadena Nazarene College. 0 KOVELL, MARIORIE ANN, HE, West Fargo,
Phi Mu, Tryota, LSA, Spectrum staff, Bison Brevitics, Transfer from Moorhead State Tcacher's College. 0 LANGSETH,
ILA MAE, HE, Wahpeton, Kappa Alpha Theta: corres. sec'y., Phi Upsilon Omicron: ed., Kappa Delta Pi, Choir, Bison
Brevitics, Spring Sing, Transfer from S-tate School of Science, and Valley City State Teacher's College. 0 LARSON,
HELEN MARIA, HE, Fullerton, Kappa Kappa Gamma: scholarship chmn., marshal, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Orchesis,
Tryota, Rahjah auxiliary, Jardine Thompson Nichols Avvard, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities Director.
0 LITTLE, AUDREY, HE, Mayville, Kappa Kappa Gamma: treas., Tau Beta Sigma: vice-pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Tryota,
Iohn Robinson Club, YWCA, Gold Star Band, Little Country Theatre, Bison Brevitics, Spring S-ing. 0 LITZINGER,
BONNIE, HE, Leeds, Gamma Phi Beta: scholarship ehmn., pledge trainer, Kappa Delta Pi: secyy., Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Guidon, Senior staff, Women's Senate, Little Country Theatre, Annual staff, Bison Brevitics, Spring Sing. 0 MELBY,
MURIEL IRENE, HE, Greenbush, Minn., YWCA, LSA, WAA, Tryota. 0 MISCI-IE, ERLYS, HE, Fargo, Gamma Phi
Beta: activities chmn., assist. treas., treas., Air Debs: sec'y., Newman Club, Tryota, Annual: photography ed., Bison Brevitics,
Spring Sing, n MOE, CAROL, HE, Antler, Kappa Kappa Gamma: registrar, Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA, 4-H, LSA, Tryota.
0 MONSON, PAT, HE, Portland, Kappa Kappa Gamma: social chmn., Kappa Delta Pi, Guidon: commander, Women's
Senate, Panhellenic Council: sec'y., Bison Brevitics, Spring Sing, Transfer from Gustavus Adolphus. 0 MUELLER, IOYCE
MARILYN, HE, Fargo, Choir, Tryota, 0 MCGEARY, KATHRYN M., HE, Backus, Minn., Gamma Phi Beta: corres.
sec'y., Student Union Activities Board: pres., Spectrum staff, Tryota, Intramural sports, Bison Brevitics, Spring Sing.
0 NELSON, JOAN, HE, Milnor, Gamma Phi Beta: sec'y., Sigma Alpha Iota: secly., chaplain, Newman Club, Air Debs,
Choir, Tryota, Commissioner of Music and Public Programs, 1954 Homecoming Queen, Campus Cover Girl, Sweetheart
of Sigma Chi, Bison Brevitics, Spring Sing, Transfer from College of St. Benedict.
0 NORDLUND, IOAN BARBARA, HE, Strathcona, Minn., LSA: local service, YWCA, WAA: sec-treas., Tryota. 0 OL-
SON, DELORES ELAINE, HE, Brocket, LSA: vice-pres., WAA: pres., YWCA: Freshman Commission pres., Kappa Delta
Pi, Women's Senate, Tryota, Sears Roebuck Home Ec Scholarship. 0 OLWIN, RUTH PATRICIA, HE, Fargo, Gamma
Phi Beta: treas., sec'y., song chmn., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Guidon, Orchesis, Choir, Tryota, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0
PAUTZ, MARLYS LOIS, I-IE, Mayville, Alpha Gamma Delta: historian, songleader, Orchesis: vice-pres., Guidon: vice-pres.,
Tryota, YWCA, Inter-religious council, 3-D: pres., Iohn Robinson Club: vice-pres., Choir, W0men's Senate, Intramural sports,
Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 PEDERSON, BARBARA ELAINE, I-IE, Grand Forks, Kappa Alpha Theta: sec'y., activities
chmn., song leader, Sigma Alpha Iota: ed., vice-pres., Tryota, LSA, Guidon, YWCA, 4-H, Choir, Bison Brevities, Spring
Sing, Transfer from University of North Dakota.
0 PETERSON, MARY HELEN, HE, Fargo, Kappa Alpha Theta: social chmn., Panhellenic delegate, rushing chmn., New-
man Club: treas., Tryota, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Transfer from College of St. Scholastica. 0 PLATZ, MARY, HE,
Langdon, Kappa Delta, Sgt. at Arms, vice-pres., Women's Res. Hall: treas., Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Tryota, Newman
Club, Dakota Hall Council, Transfer from the College of St. Catherine. 0 QUALLEY, MARLENE PHYLLIS, HE, Hen-
drum, Minn., Gamma Phi Beta: publicity chmn., Standards and Literary, flowers and gifts, Student Union Activities Board:
publicity and hospitality, Tryota, LSA, Annual staff, Spectrum staff, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 REMMICH, EVELYN,
HE, Steele, Senior Staff: treas., Phi Upsilon Omicron: chaplain, Tryota: council member, Senior Staff Scholarship, Mont-
gomery Ward Scholarship, Phi Upsilon Omicron Scholarship, Knights Templar Award: Religious Emphasis Week. 0 RICH-
ARDSON, MARILYN, HE, Rhame, Kappa Delta.
0 SIMONS, BEVERLY, HE, Grand Forks, Alpha Gamma Delta. 0 SKAAR, NORMA RUTH, HE, Hampden, WAA:
seciy.-treas., YWCA, LSA, Tryota, Kappa Delta Pi. 0 SOLBERG, IOAN MAUREEN, HE, Erskine, Minn., Tryota,
YWCA, LSA: sec'y., Kappa Delta Pi, Majorette, Freshman Counselor, Transfer from Bemidji State Teacher's College.
0 THOMPSON, IANET OLIVE, HE, Hillsboro, Alpha Gamma Delta: first vice-pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Tau Beta
Sigma: treas., Tryota, treas., council, LSA: group leader, YMCA Freshman pres., Women's Senate: vice-pres., pres., Air
Debs, 1954 Make It Yourself With Wool: State winner, Gold Star Band, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 TROTTIER, DAR-
LENE, HE, Fargo, Kappa Alpha Theta: courtesy chmn. and social chmn., Tryota, Newman Club, Bison Brevities: director,
Transfer from College of St. Scholastica.
0 VASEY, IOYCE, HE, Langdon, Kappa Alpha Theta: treas., scholarship chmn., Kappa Delta Pi, Tryota, Art Club, Little
International Queen Attendant, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities. 0 WILLERT, IOANN MARILYN, I-IE, Hankinson, Gam-
ma Phi Beta: song chmn., treas., pres., Phi Upsilon Omicron: vice-pres., sec'y., Air Debs, Public Relations Officer, Tryota,
Women's Senate, Senior staff, DeLendrecies' Outstanding Retailing Student Scholarship, Choir, "Amahl and the Night
Visitorsv, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Annual: copy ed., Spectrum staff, Intramural sports. 0 WISNESS, MARGARET
LORRAINE, HE, Maddock, Phi Mu: reporter, Tryota, Kappa Delta Pi, LSA, 4-H Club: vice-pres., Tau Beta Sigma, Gold
Star Band, Art Club, YWCA, Mary E. Laycock Memorial Scholarship Spring Sing. 0 ZIELSDORF, IOAN KATHLEEN,
HE, Rahme, Alpha Gamma Delta: recording sec'y., corres. sec'y., Sigma Alpha Iota: social chmn., treas., Tryota, Tau Beta
Sigma: publicity chmn., Phi Upsilon Omicron: pres., Senior staff: vice-pres., Danforth Freshman Award, Tryota Award,
Gold Star Band, Women's Senate, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
Class of Fifty-Six
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Remmlch I 'vs -. ri'
Richordson il iff
The School of Pharmacy
a new building is their goal
The School of Pharmacy . . . educates future pharmacists to the highest
degree . . . offers two divisions of pharmacy courses, commercial and pro-
fessional pharmacy . . . graduates include those eligible for hospital adminis-
tration, hospital pharmacy, narcotic inspection, retail drug store practice,
wholesale pharmacy, food and drug analysis and teaching . . . requires
students to practice one year in a commercial drug store before graduation
. . . are striving for a new building and more complete facilities.
Clifton E. Miller, Dean of the School
John P. Street, Chairman of the
Department of Pharmacy
.lust add a "tish bit" more and it should balance'
Leo Schermeister, Chairman of the
Department of Pharmacognosy
Ralph Banziger, Chairman of the De-
partment af Pharmacology
Class of Fifty-Six
0 BORG, KENNETH, Ph., Fargo, Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club: pres., Vets Club, Papyrus Ebers: assoc. ed., Intramural
sports, Transfer from University of Minnesota. 0 BUCHHOLZ, DENNIS, Ph., Ashley, Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega,
Am. Pharm. Ass'n., Intramural Basketball. o CASEY, ROGER, Ph., Fargo, Pharmacy Club, Transfer from Hibbing Ir.
College, Hibbing, Minn, o DALY, EUGENE EDWARD, Ph., Duluth, Minn., Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club, Transfer from
University of Minnesota, Duluth Branch. 0 DUNNUM, DeVERNE GORDON, Ph., Page, Pharmacy Club, Transfer from
University of North' Dakota.
0 EVENSTAD, IOAN RAE, Ph., Fargo, Kappa Delta Parliamentarian: ed., Pharmacy Club, sec.-treas., Papyrus Ebers:
ed., Kappa Epsilon Scholarship Trophy, Pharmacy Club Award, Spectrum staff, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Kappa Epsi-
lon: historian, ed., Transfer from Moorhead State Teachers College. 0 FITZ, LYNN TURNER, Ph., Miles City, Montana,
Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Rho Chi, Pharmacy Club, YMCA, North Dakota Pharmaceutical Association Freshman and
Sophomore Awards, Rho Chi Award, Spring Sing. 0 FROST, HARVEY LANE, Ph., Fargo, Rho Chi, Phi Kappa Phi,
North Dakota Pharmacy Board Award.
0 GATES, GORDON DUANE, Ph., Erie, Sigma Chi, house mgr. 0 GECK, WALLACE E., Ph., Dickinson, Kappa Psi,
Pharmacy Club, Newman Club, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities, Intramural sports. 0 GION, ROBERT MICHAEL, Ph.,
Regent, Kappa Psi, social chmn., rushing chmn., Newman Club, pres., Blue Key, vice-pres., Exec. Director, Bison Brevities,
W.U.S-., Inter-religious Council, Interfraternity Council, Student Senate, Commissioner of Campus Affairs, Student Union
Board, Board of Music and Public Programs, Pharmacy Club, Student Union Activities Board, Board of Publications, Spring
Sing, Bison Brevities, Homecoming Queen Committee, Transfer from Creighton University, Omaha, Nebr. 0 HAM-
MARGREN, DUANE, Ph., Fargo. 0 HILL, DON, Ph., Towner, Transfer from University of Montana.
O HOLLAND, MICHAEL L., Ph., Browns Valley, Minn. 0 IRSFELD, PAUL L., Ph., Breckenridge, Minn., Kappa Psi,
Gold Star Band, Kappa Kappa Psi: vice-pres., Newman Club, Pharmacy Club, Spring Sing, Bison Brevities. 0 IAFFE,
LAWRENCE P., Ph., Duluth, Minn., Pharmacy Club, Vets Club, Transfer from University of Minnesota, Duluth and
Cfogebic Ir. College, Ironwood, Mich. 0 IUNGERS, IACQUELINE, Ph., Richardton, Kappa Delta, scholarship chmn.,
Newman Club, sec'y., Kappa Epsilon, vicc-pres., treas., Pharmacy Club, treas., Papyrus Ebers, business mgr., Dakota Hall,
sec'y., Rho Chi, Spring Sing.
I ll 3 , Lester
Class of Fifty-Six
0 KAUTZMANN, ARTHUR IOI-IN, Ph., Mandan, Kappa Psi: rushing chmn., athletic director, Newman Club, Rahjah
Club, Pharmacy Club, Intramural Athletic Council, Homecoming Float chmn., Spring Sing, Bison Brevities Director.
0 KILZER, D. IAMES, Ph., Richardton, Kappa Psi, Newman Club, Spring S-ing, Bison Brevities. o KLUCK, VERNON
LEO, Ph., Denhoff, Kappa Psi, Am. Pharmaceutical Ass'n. 0 KRAFT, KENNETH W., Ph., Oakes, Pharmacy Club,
Vets Club. 0 LARUM, IOHN G., Ph., Crookston, Minn., Alpha Tau Omega, Arnold Air Society: pres., Bison Brevities,
Military Ball Committee, Intramural Football, Basketball, Phillips Air Science Award.
0 LESTER, IERRY T., Ph., S-an Marino, Calif., Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club, Newman Club, Football, Baseball, Transfer
from University ol? Southern California. 0 LILLESTOL, HARVEY IAMES, Ph., Breckenridge, Minn., Kappa Psi, Phar-
macy Club, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Intramural sports. 0 LOMMEL, IOI-IN EDWARD, Ph., Ligerwood, Kappa Psi,
Newman Club, Pharmacy Club, Spring Sing, Intramural Sports, Choir. 0 MAGNAN, TED PAUL, Ph., Fort Ripley, Minn.,
Kappa Psi, Intramural Bowling, Transfer from Brainerd Ir. College. 0 MALMBERG, MARVIN M., Ph., Oakes, Pharmacy
0 MAVES, RICHARD PAUL, Ph., E. Grand Forks, Minn., Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club, Transfer from University of North
Dakota. 0 MCATEE, MONTE, Ph., Rolla. I NODEN, PATRICIA ANN, Ph., Ada, Minn., Phi Mu: vice-pres., rushing
chmn., historian, house mgr., Panhellenic delegate, Kappa Epsilon, sec'y., Pharmacy Club, Rho Chi, YWCA Cabinet, Iohn
Robinson Club, treas., Gold Star Band, W0men's Senate, Senior staff: secly., WAA, Kappa Epsilon Alumni Award, Kappa
Epsilon Award, College Panhellenic Award, Spring Sing. 0 O'NEILL, RICHARD E., Ph., Fargo, Transfer from Uni-
versity of Minnesota, o OSTLUND, MARY DOROTHEA, Ph., Birchdale, Minn., Pharmacy Club, Kappa Epsilon, Papy-
rus Ebers, Senior Staff Scholarship, Sudro Fund Scholarship, Transfer from Bemidji State Teacher's College. 0 PEKAS,
LLOYD C., Ph., Mott, Kappa Psi, Newman Club, Pharmacy Club, Student Union Activities Board, Bison Brevities.
n PETTINGER, THOMAS GERALD, Ph., Fargo, Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club, o RIEPL, IAMES ROBERT, Ph., Elgin,
Ill., Kappa Psi, pledge trainer, Rahjah Club, Pharmacy Club, Newman Club, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing, Intramural
Football. o RONI-IOLM, ROY JEROME, Ph,, McHenry, o RUMPCA, IAMES L., Ph., Hankinson, Kappa Psi: pres.,
vice-pres., Blue Key, Rahjah Club: treas., Pharmacy Club: vice-pres., Newman Club, Student Union Activities Board, Inter-
fraternity Council, Bison Brevi-ties, Spring Sing, Intramural sports. 0 SAYLER, MILO CURTIS, Ph., Ashley, Rho Chi,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band. 0 SCHICK, KEITH LEE, Ph., Austin, Minn., Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Phar-
macy Club, YMCA, Wesley Foundation, Tennis, Bowling, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Spring Sing, North
Dakota Intercollegiate Singles Tennis Champion, Transfer from Austin Iunior College.
0 SCHUHMACHER, ALAN IOI-IN, Ph., Austin, Minn., Kappa Psi: social chmn., Student Senate, Interfraternity Council,
Student Union Board, Student Union Activities Board: pres., Blue Key, Athletic Board, Winner, UMOC trophy, Bison Brevi-
ties, Intramural sports, Greek Week, Transfer from Austin Iunior College. 0 SHELVER, WILLIAM HENRY, Ph., Staples,
Minn., Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Pharmacy Club, LSA, Track, Intramural Football, Bowling. 0 SOUTHAM, IOHN E., Ph.,
Mohall, Kappa Psi: corres. sec'y., pledge trainer, Pharmacy Club: pres., Rahjah Club: pres., Papyrus Ebers, KDSC staff,
Homecoming Committee, Intramural Football, Softball, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 STILWELL, DONALD H.,
Ph., Bemidji, Minn., Rho Chi: sec'y.-treas., Pharmacy Club: vice-pres., Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship: pres., Student Inter-
religious Council: pres., YMCA, Papyrus Ebers: staff, KDSC: staff, Transfer from Bemidji State Teachers College.
0 STUNTEBECK, IAMES WALLACE, Ph., Wadena, Minn., Rho Chi, pres., Newman Club, Pharmacy Club, North
Dakota Pharmaceutical Ass'n. Award to Outstanding Freshman, Rho Chi Scholarship, Kappa Psi Scholarship Key, Intra-
mural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
0 SVIHOVEC, BURNELL HENRY, Ph., Mott, Theta Chi, Rho Chi, Transfer from University of North Dakota.
0 SWENSON, ELISABETH IIRGENSON, Ph., Gstaad, Switzerland, Kappa Epsilon: pres., Pharmacy Club, PEO' Schol-
arship, Transfer from University of Bern, Switzerland. 0 VAD, DUANE FRANKLIN, Ph., Thief River Falls, Minn.,
Kappa Psi: chaplain, Newman Club, Pharmacy Club, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing. 0 WARREN, TED E., Ph., Harvey,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Gold Star Band, Pharmacy Club. 0 WEDUL, KENNETH ORLANDO, Ph., Thief River Falls, Minn.,
Kappa Psi: house mgr., trCaS., Pharmacy Club, Intramural sports, Bison Brevities, Spring Sing.
Class of Fifty-Six
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The NDSC has three types of organizations eligible for student membershipg
they are social, honorary and religious.
The social organizations include groups where individuals of common
interests share their experience and learn new facts. Gur education from text
books alone would be incomplete without an opportunity to exchange ideas.
The honorary organizations are selective in their membership with scholarship
and leadership as prerequisites. These organizations are honors to its members
and assets for their future.
The religious organizations provide brotherhood to students of the same faith.
These groups have student services and social meetings.
These organizations, from Ski Club to Phi Beta Kappa, are necessary and
advantageous for a full education.
Blue Key . . . national honorary service fraternity . . .
originate and promote services and activities of value to
the students, faculty, and community . . . sponsor Brevi-
ties, Senior Day, Grientation Week and the Honors Day
convo . . . members must have high scholarship, good
character, creativeness, and be leaders on campus . . .
Mike Fogcl, Bob Gion, Les Amundson and Del Schoe-
phoerster are officers.
Row 1: John Miller, Hal Miller, Merlin Lud-
wig, Allan Schuhmacher, Michael Fogel,
Robert Gion, Lester Amunclson. Row 2: Joe
Ruliffson, James Rumpca, Duane Swenson,
Delbert Schoephoerster, Arlo Howe, Lau-
rence Meyer, Robert Montgomery, Howard
Stockman, Victor Ziegler.
publicity agents of NDSC
Row 'l: Art Lies, Kerry Murphy, Jock
Southcxm, Mel Ostby, Moynarcl Helgolas,
Kent Sack. Row 2: Bill Euren, John Larson,
Marvin Bender, Merle Johnson, John Haas,
Sylvan Melroe, Reggie Gorder, Jerome
Herman, Gaylord Olson, Ernst Von Vlis-
Alpha Zeta . . . the national honorary agriculture
fraternity . . . membership eligible to outstanding
students in the school of agriculture . . . holds an
initiation banquet in the fall and in the spring . . .
gave full Support to th-e honor system . . . had a
booth in the Little International . . . had a joint
picnic with Phi Upsilon Omicron in the spring . . .
honors the high ranking freshmen . . . officers are:
Roger Iohnson, president . . . Donald Moore, vice
president . . . Ordean Iacobson, secretary . . . Melvin
aces in agriculture
Row 1: Donald Moore, Melvin Braaten, Ordean Jo-
cobsen, Roger Johnson. Row 2: Ardon Herman, Dar-
rell Johnson, Donald Carlson, Elmo Skare. Row 3:
Vernon Ness, Donald Schwartz, Marvin Duncan,
Merle Larson. Row 4: Donald Phillips, Gary Hart,
Earl Skogley, Lyle Dawson, Donald Priebe. Row 5:
LaDon Johnson, Conrad Weiser, Allan Olson, Howard
Gunther, James Phillips.
Row 1: Jo Anne Sinner, Jane Sands, Kathleen
Marquarf, Mary Oslund, Elizabeth Swenson, Mary
Pfiefer. Row 2: Joan Evanstacl, Roberta Enger,
Jackie Jungers, Pat Noden, Loretta Aipperspach.
the feminine pharmacists
Kappa Epsilon . . . the national pharmacy soror-
ity . . . organized for women in pharmacy and
upholds scholastic standing . . . offers member-
ship to any woman in pharmacy who maintains
a 2.00 average . . . promoting a new chapter at
SDSC . . . annually holds a dinner party for
graduating seniors and a Founders Day banquet
. . . confers the Kappa Epsilon Award and the
Allison-Hartz Award . . . officers are: Elizabeth
Swenson, president . . . Loretta Aipperspach, vice
president . . . Mary Pfeiffer, secretary . . . Iackie
Ruth Ollwin, Ann Whiting, Poi Larsen, Jean Ann Nelson,
linimenl and luryngitis
Cheerleaders . . . promote good school spirit among
North Dakota State Students . . . chosen each spring
and fall by a select committee . . . leads the Bison through
football and basketball seasons . . . honored guests at
Athletic Banquet . . . preside over pep convocations . . .
members include Ann Whiting . . . Iean Ann Nelson . . .
Ruth Olwin . . . Phyllis Hendrickson . . . Patricia Larsen
. . . Arlene Nesset.
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pepsters, promoters and pronksters
Row 'l: Bryon Gockle, Bob
Zuklic, Jim Rumpca, Jock
Soufhom, Bill Baille, Eugene
Gross. Row 2: James Becmy,
Donald Shiefer, Kerry
Murphy, Arthur Kcutzmen,
Martin Burley, Jack Lavold,
Rahjah Club . . .promotes school spirit at athletic events . . .
holds two scheduled pep rallies and many impromptu ones each
year . . . awards the Most Valuable Player Award to the out-
standing player of the Nickel Series . . .officers are: lack Southam,
president . . . lim Beatty, vice president . . . Bryan Gaclcle, secre-
tary . . . lim Rumpca, treasurer.
Row 1: Bob Johnston, Tip Miller, Duane
Swenson, Gene Siockmcn, Dennis Linde-
monn Barr Johnson. Row 2' Lero Dyb-
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ing, John Gustafson, Joe Munn, Dick Mon-
son, Tom- Addicotf, Maynard Helgaas,
Lowell Van Berkum.
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national recognition for seniors
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Whois Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges . . . honors outstanding seniors . . . brains, ability,
achievement required . . . Dean Pearl Dinan, NDSC nom-
inating committee chairwoman . . . students, faculty, ad-
ministration officials nominate . . . basis for selection . . .
scholarship . . . participation . . . leadership . . . citizenship
. . . service to campus . . . future promise.
Phi Kappa Phi
cherished key to the future
Row 'la Don Corlson, Roger Johnson, Duane Olson, John Burnett, Clyde Slouffer, Bruce Berkelund, Milo
Soylor. Row 2: Dean Nyquist, Victor Ziegler, Beverly Akason, Erlys Fernow, JoAnn Willert, Gail Fifzloff,
Judy Sherwood, Pot Noden, Eugene Daly, Charles Jcsbe. Row 3: Kurt Kreiselmoier, Phillip Hariu, Melvin
Bratten, Terry Emerson, Rodney Turnquist, Allon Bieber, Jomes-Sfuntebeck, Robert E. Olson, Lynn Fitz,
Arthur Link, Willard Peterson, Howard Nelson, Charles Abrohamson, Jomes Beofly,
Phi Kappa Phi . . . recognizes scholarship in all fields . . . was es-
tablished on NDSC campus in 1913 . . . held an initiation banquet . ..
bestows a Sparks Memorial Fellowship . . . sends a delegate to the
biennial convention . . . meets twice quarterly . . . elected W. E.
Dinusson, president . . . H. Dean Stallings, vice president . . . W. W.
Kappa Delta Pi
molders of our future generations
Kappa Delta Pi . . . national honorary educational fraternity . . .
furthers the interests and ideals of education . . . holds an annual
spring banquet . . . membership is eligible to juniors who have nine
quarter hours and to seniors with eighteen quarter hours of education
who are in the upper quarter of their respective classes . . . officers are:
Ianet Alnrahamson, president . . . Iayne Lee, vice president . . . Bonnie
Litzinger, secretary . . . Arlo Howe, treasurer.
Row 'l: Margaret
Henning, Janet Abra-
Owen, advisor, Aina
Malta, Elaine Geisz-
ler. Row 2: Ordean
Haugen, Arlo Howe,
Delores Olson, Joyce
Vasey, Merle Ludwig,
Mylo Bryn, Margaret
Wisness, Joan Sol-
Row 1: Duane Erickson, Don Priebe, Arlo
Howe, Anton Gunderson, Roger Johnson. Row
2: lla Langseth, Carol Hanson, Lois Cullen,
Grace Price, Evelyn Remmich, Keiko Oguchi.
Row 3: John Jess, Hale Aarnes, advisor, Janet
Fagerland, Pat Monson, Beverly Olson, Bev-
erly Akason, Audrey Gordhammer, Janet
Monson, Arlene Nesset, Doroles Hollands, Joe
Row 'l: Jerry Sayler, Wayne Swenson, Paul lrsfelcl, Joe Ruliffson, Gale Toverno. Row
2: Bill Baillie, Milo Sayler, Les Amundson, Arf Lies, Bob Monigomery. Row 3: Ray Link,
Arvid Vasenden, Ted Worren, Don Sulmonson, John Hovde, Dick Monson. Row 4: Bill
Euren, Neil Leum, Lowell Puls, Dole Sorff, Reggie Gorder, Jerry lsensee, Gene Sele.
Kappa Kappa Psi
backbone of bond
Kappa Kappa Psi . . . the national honorary band
fraternity . . . fosters the existence of the Gold Star
Band . . . sponsors the Pit band for Brevities . . .
instigates an impromptu jazz band which' puts forth
some cool and crazy music . . . lightens the load
of Bill Euren during concert tours and parades . . .
buys new band equipment with the money earned
in Brevities . . . officers are: Bob Montgomery,
president . . . Paul Irsfeld, vice president . . . Lester
Amundson, secretary . . . Art Lies, treasurer.
' Fred Detke
Kappa Tau Delta
Kappa Tau Delta . . . national honorary architectural fraternity or-
ganized to promote a closer relationship among architects and arch-
itectural engineers . . . encourages scholarship, professional interest
. . . holds annually a design competition between classes . . . member-
ship extended to juniors, seniors, and fifth year students of scholastic
attainment . . . elected Iim Griffin, president . . . Robert Anderson,
vice-president . . . Harlen Thompson, secretary-treasurer . . . the
faculty sponsor, E. E. Stewart.
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi . . . national engineering honor society . . . honors
students with distinguished scholarship and exemplary character
. . . fosters spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges . . .
initiation banquet in fall and winter quarter . . . operates engi-
neer's book exchange . . . presents scholarship award to a senior
. . . award is given to high ranking freshman . . . juniors and
seniors with distinguished scholarship, exemplary character and out-
standing achievements eligible to join . . . W. G. Rieder, president
. . . Arthur Link, vice-president . . . William Nelson, correspond-
ing secretary . . . Laurence Meyer, recording secretary . . . Victor
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . the national honorary home
economics fraternity . . . promotes moral and intellectual
development of its members . . . holds an annual "smarty
party" for high ranking upperclassmen . . . awards the
Alba Bales scholarship to an outstanding junior girl in
home economics . . . makes a film and scrapbook to be
s-ent to the high schools for recruitment purposes . . .
officers are: Ioan Zielsdorf, president . . . IoAnn Willert,
vice president . . . Margaret Henning, secretary . . . Lois
Chief cook and bottle washer of Phi Upsi-
lon Omicron is Joan Zielsdorf, an out-
standing siudenf in home economics.
Row 'Is Sandra Haas, Janet Abrahamson, Ada Hartman, Beverly Akason, Eunice Anderson.
Rgw 2: Nancy Dawson, Wilma Husband, Elaine Geizler, Gail Fiizlaff, Margaret Henning,
Row 'l: Helen Larson, Mary Vulenfine, JoAnn Willeri, Ruth Olwin, Bonnie Liizinger, Mary Helen Peierson.
Row 2: Karen Sluku, Janet Thompson, Beverly Simons, Delores Olson, Joyce Vusey, Joan Zeilsclorf.
Rho Chi . . . the national scholastic pharmacy fraternity
. . . encourages scholarship and achievement in the phar-
maceutical sciences . . . organized in 1928 . . . holds an
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initiation banquet in the spring . . . ofters membership
to pharmacy students in the highest twenty per cent of
their class with at least a B average . . . awards a scholar- .
. . . . .. expert pull pushers
ship to an outstanding freshman in pharmacy . . . officers
are: Iames Stuntebeck, president . . . Duane Hammar-
gren, vice president . . . Donald Stilwell, secretary-treas-
urer . . . Burnell S-vihovec, historian.
Row 'l: Burnell Svihovec, Lynn Fitz, James Sfunfebeck, Donald Sfilwellf Duane
Hammargren. Row 2: Ralph Bcnziger, Harvey Frost, Jackie Jungers, Pct Noden,
' Milo Suyler, Charles Jcieb.
Sigma Alpha Iota . . . national music sorority . . . raises
standard of musical work among women students . . .
sends a delegate to the national SAI Convention every
three years . . . members must major or minor in music
. . . studied contemporary music at several programs and
one jazz program . . . officers are: Delores Mithun, presi-
dent . . . Barbara Pederson, vice president . . . Ioyce Kirk-
hus, secretary . . . Ioan Zielsdorf, treasurer.
Sigma Alpha lo'ra
Row 'l: Vivian McAuley, Delores Miihun.
Row 2: Nancy Eagle, Aina Malia, .loan
Nelson, Beverly Pfeifer, Barbara Pederson,
Marianne Hunke, Joan Zielsclarf, Nancy
Row 1: Elizabeth Shipley, Ellen Wallace,
Bonnie Short, Carol Senechcll, Ruth Tal-
lackson, Merl Paunch, Gaye Olson.
mechanical, civil and railroad
Seated: Bruce Whidden, Gary Heidlebaugh, Prof. Oakey. Standing: Dick Johnson, Edward Meyer, James
Giese, William Riecler, Robert Guyer, William Tull-nill, Melvin Sarvella, Harland Jacobson, Arthur Link,
Engineering Council . . . coordinates and promotes rela-
tions between student and faculty and between various
schools of engineering and engineering activities e. . . sponsor
Engineers Ball . . . open house in the spring for high school
seniors . . . members placed on council by each honorary
and professional engineering society at NDSC . . . officers
are: Gary Heidlebaugh, president . . . Harland Iacobson,
vice-president . . . Bruce Whiclclen, secretary . . . William
Standing: Kay Wollan, Joyce Eriksmoen,
Alice Summers, Audrey Brekke, Marilyn
Johnson. Seated: Erlys Fernow.
Tau Beta Sigma . . . national honorary band sorority . . .
established on campus Iune 4, 1951 . . . entertains
' visiting bands at homecoming . . . sends delegates to
national convention . . . membership extended to Women
students in Gold Star Band . . . has monthly meetings in
l'l'I6 belles of bdhd Putnam Hall . . . Erlys Fernow, president . . . Phyllis
Schmitz, vice-president . . . loyce Eriksmoen, secretary
. . . Kay Wollan, treasurer.
Tau Beta Sigma Pledges
Row 'l: Bonnie Lifzinger, Judy Sherwood, Jo Ann Willerf, Pa! Noden. Row 2:
Evelyn Remmich, Erlys Fernow, Joan Zielsdorf, Elaine Geiszler, Margaret
scholarship, service and smiles
Senior Staff . . . national honorary service
sorority . . . proudly wear distinctive cardigan
sweaters . . . sponsor homecoming dinner . . .
entertain Mortar Board members of Fargo . . .
sponsor Spinster Skip with Gus the renowned
turkey as a door prize . . . holds a banquet with
Blue Key annually . . . presents awards to fresh-
man and senior girls having highest scholastic
average . . . recruits high school students . . .
sponsors a new student induction program and
Honor's Day convo . . . officers are: Iudy Sher-
wood, president . . . Ioan Zielsdorf, vice presi-
dent . . . Pat Noden, secretary . . . Evelyn Rem-
Look Mom, we won-comparing their diamonds
under the admiring eyes of fellow members, Evelyn,
JoAnn, and Bonnie have achieved the goal of most
Row 1: Joan Zielsclorf, Elaine Geiszler, Dean Dinan, Janet Thompson,
JoAnn Johnson. Row 2: Delores Mithun, Pat Noden, Erlys Fernow,
Judy Hugo, Roberto Enger, Kay Wollan.
prexies ponder problems
VVomen's Senate . . . associated women
students of ndsc governing body . . . pri-
mary purpose is to unite all women's or-
ganizations . . . sponsored dances in the
Student Union . . . plans the annual Dad's 3
Day Dance . . . carries out the freshmen
counseling in the Women's dorms . . . is
composed of the presidents of each
Women's organization on campus . . .
officers are: Ianet Thompson, president .
. . Beth' Turner, vice president . . , IoAnn
Iohnson, secretary . . . Elaine Geiszler,
Row 'l: Sandro Haas, Susan Wheeler, Jayne Lee, Peggy
Buchanan, Janet Fagerland. Row 2: Judy Sherwood, Phyllis
Hendrickson, JoAnn Willert, Mary Hagen, Pai Monson, Bev
Row 'l: Jim McGuire, Judy Sherwood. Row 2: Dick Monson, Al Schuhmacher, Joan Nelson, Elaine
Geisler. Row 3: Dale Bostrum, Tip Miller, Gaylord Olson, Lee Johnson, Joe Ruliffson, Don Schwartz.
Row 4: Vic Ziegler, Clint Sparks, Stun Morrison, Duane Swenson, Hal Miller, Bob Gion. Row 5: Jack
Larson, Merlin Ludwig.
voice of the NDSC students
Row 'l: Dick Monson, Joan Nelson, Hal Miller, Joe Ruliffson. Row 2: Vic Ziegler, Tip Miller, Merlin
A Ludwig, Bob Gion, Duane Swenson,
Student Government . . . excels ingpreparation for
homecoming, the junior-senior prom, dances, convoca-
tions, and freshman orientation . . . sends delegates to
regional and national NSA conventions . . . promotes
projects such as the honor system in the School of
Agriculture . . . membership open to those elected by
the student body . . . banquet held for installation of
officers . . . consists of 18 senators, 12 for two year
terms and 6 for one year terms . . . presided over by
President Ludwig ond his newly elected senators
relax cmd discuss politics after the inauguration
Joe Ruliffson, Tip Miller, Bob
Gion, Duane Swenson, Hoi
Miller, Victor Ziegler, mem-
bers of the student commis-
The big three - Merlin Ludwig, 1955-56 president of the student government,
ex-president Duane Anderson cmd president of the college, Fred S. Hultz. '
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Board of Radio
Don Schwarfz, Judy Sherwood, Lee
Johnson, Jack Larson, Hal Miller,
commissioner, Prof. Edwin Ander-
Board of NSA
Seated on floor: Dick Monson, Kar-
en Edinger, Duane Swenson. Seat-
ed on couch: Dr. Hertel, Joan Nel-
son, Beverly Pfeiffer
Board of Campus Affairs
Judy Sherwood, Bob Gion, John "Tip" Miller
Memorial Union Board of Directors
Seated: Vic Ziegler, Dean Sevrinson,
Edythe Toring, Merle Notf, Dr. Glenn
S. Smith, John E. Carlson, Duane
Swenson. Standing: Dale Bostrum,
Alon Schuhmacher, Glenn Hill, Bob
Board of Finance
Seated: Duane Swenson, Elaine Geisz-
ler. Standing: Vic Ziegler, Dr. Eugene
Pettee, Prof. Hemphill
Board of Athletics
Seated: Dean Stallings, Edythe Toring,
Al Schuhmacher, Joan Nelson. Stand-
ing: A. Glenn Hill, John "Tip" Miller
Prof. Ernst Van Vlissingen, Joan Nelson, commissioner, Dr. Fred Walsh. Standing: Joe
Ruliffson, Clinton Sparks
Board of Music and Public Programs
programs, publications and parliamentary procedure
Board of Publications
Seated: Lee Johnson, .lack Larson, Peter Mark, Bob Gion, Joe Rulitfson, commissioner,
Hal Miller, Jon Dewey, Mel Ostby. Standing: Robert Crom, J. J. Burnham, Merle Not?
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fellowship with a common goal
Row 'lz Bruce Burnham, Valgard Jonsson, Nwankwo Harbor,iRichard Mowbray, Wayne
Hoseltan. Row 2: Rev. Walter Pilgrim, Keiko Oguchi, Joyce Milhollan, Nancy Dawson,
Carol Vennerstrom, Margaret Platt, Dale Saunders. Row 3: Ben Burnham, Kenneth Topp,
Roger Boone, Lyle Dawson, Keith Burkholder, Lewis Blattner, Roald Lund, Jim Unken-
holz, David Lund, Herbert Aslesen
Wesley Foundation . . . provides Il Christian fellowship for
Methodist students on campus . . . furthers student's Chris-
tian education . . . membership is extended to all college
age young people . . . meets twice weekly . . . works with
other religious groups in Religious Emphasis Week . . .
provided scholarship to Keiko Oguchi, student from Iapan
. . , delegate attended leadership training conference at Lake
Poinsett, South' Dakota and SMU Conference in Athens,
Ohio . . . elected Iames Unkenholz, president . . . Herb
Asleson, vice president . . . Carol Vennerstrom, secretary.
Row 'I: Lester Amundson, James Oster, Lyle Peterson, Virginia Adams, Fioreen Siorbotten, Muriel Melby, Judy Flaten, Joan Delzer, Coleen
Kandt, Jo Ann Brosz, Grace Heidelberger, Sharon Kandt, Pat Christianson, Pastor Arne Kvaalen, Advisor. Row 2: Henry Trangsrud, Jacqueline
Erickson, Lester Anderson, Ingrid Lemberg, Maureen Restad, Marilyn Jensen, Joan Nordlund, Elsie Keller, Patsy Mattson, Joan Solberg,
Darrell Thorsall, Shirley Anderson. Row 3: Gerald Haugen, Grace Webb, Joyce Idler, Carmen Posey, Leona Polsfut, Marlene Pfiefle, Neal
Nelson, Ronald Larson, Guy Midtbo, Annette Haugrud. Row 4: Ina Hendry, Karen Ritchie, Kay Wollan, Janet Christopher, Phyllis Schmitz,
James Amundson, Don Holen, Dennis Maas, Gary Nelson. Row 5: James Watts, Raymond Maas, Kenneth Moxness, Ronald Jacobson,
Rodger Ness, Ralph Hogobaom, Allan Bieber, Wifbur Lippert, Dale Anderson, Paul Hcekstra, LeRoy Odegard, Eugene Hanson, Howard
Lutheran Student Association
Lutheran Student Association . . . endeavors
to present Christianity to the college student
and to challenge him to uphold Christian
principles . . . membership eligible to any
Lutheran or student interested . . . established
Sunday Church services at Festival Hall for
all Lutheran students . . . serves noonday
meals Monday through Friday . . . started
the new school year with a new Pastor-
advisor, Rev. Arne Kvaalen.
Officers who plan the programs for the Lutheran
Student Association are Marvin Duncan, Howard
Nelson and Leona Polsfut working hard to make
LSA an important organization on campus.
LS-A . . . gave the LSA house a new coat of
green paint . . . decorated the house for
homecoming . . . offers recreational oppor-
tunities to students including Friday night
social hours after games, rollerskating, sleigh
rides and howling . . . have organized a choir
. . . honor seniors at the annual Honor Ban-
quet in May . . . officers are: Howard Nelson,
president . . . Marvin Duncan, first vice presi-
dent . . , Leona Polsfut, second vice president
. . . Dennis Maas, treasurer.
Council of the Lutheran Student Association, which include: Howard Nelson
Marvin Duncan, Leona Polsfut, Carl Sandager, Kay Wollan, Henry Trangsrud
Coleen Kandt, Allan Bieber, Gerald Haugen, Floreen Siorbotten, Ronald Larson
Joan Nordlund, Mary Valentine, Dennis Maas, Virginia Adams, Phyllis Schmitz
Roger Ness, Lorraine Dahl.
Bible study, chapel ancl social hours
Row 1: Joan Nordlund, Marilyn Jensen, Patsy Mattson, JoAnn Brosz. Row 2: Karen
Ritchie, Joyce Idler, Mureen Restod, Elsie Keller, Coleen Kandi. Row 3: Lyle Peterson,
Howard Nelson, Neal Nelson. Row 4: James Oster, Rodger Ness, l.eRoy Odegard,
coffee clutches and comrocleship
3-D Center . . . religious organization composed
of three denominations, Baptist, Congregational
and Presbyterian . . . promote fellowship through
spiritual and social activities . . . meetings held
the first Sunday of the month . . . weekly coffee
hours . . . co-modulators were Del Hlavinka,
Del Nelson, and Marlys Puutz.
Row 1: Cy Fossum, Delbert Nelson, John Egli, John
F. Anderson. Row 2: Dorolhy Elofson, Don Lorenlzen,
Stanley Elofson, John S. Bone.
Row l: Richard Wilson, Donald Grimm, Glen Kirk,
Lois Plotts, Allen Henderson. Row 2: Yvonne John-
sfon, Kent Sack, Chuck Morkmcn, Curl Clogetf, Rev.
G. Bosemun, John Huntley, Clare Ann Walker, Mari-
lyn Robinson, Doris Kirk.
Row 'I: Dr. W. Sfrahl, Lisa Ducksiad, Delores Mellun,
Nancy Thompson, Barbara Zaylslcie, Rev. R. Wigfielcl.
Row 2: Barbara MacFarlene, Margref McLean, Mary
Anderson, Rae Gebur. Row 3: Robert Kramer, Dale
Ruff, Ken Mountain, Fred Arndf, Seih Twichell, Ron-
ald Bariz, Bruce Kasson, Duane Paulson.
Row I: Mcxry Plotz, Mary McDonald, Gayle Joos, Mary Efde, Put Moore, Kathleen Rowan,
Evelyn Horum, Jackie Jungers. Row 2: George Goeser, Eugene Blozek, Joe Fisher, Loren
Pechowsky, Tony Hoffman, Bill Lee, John Boucher, Adorn Kobfe, Bob Lee, Pot Murphy, Tom
Schwanke, Roy Axfmen, Eugene Korb, Harvey Ficilci.
fellowship and fun
Coffee before settling
down to serious busi-
ness. Dennis Wright und
Mary Ellen Fel-nr seem to
be first in line for it.
its less serious moments,
and Newman Club is no
exception. Here the
members are seen "spin-
ning" a few records.
A little cfFicer's conference, or ore they discussing important business?
Put Hurley, Jane Brush, Terryl Ann Frank and Bob Barrett seem
engrossed in the convcrsoiion.
Newman Club . . . furnishes a close bond
between the Catholic Church and its mem-
bers attending NDSC . . . was established by
Bishop Leo F. Duorschak in l925 . . . takes
part in Religious Emphasis Week . . . pro-
motes Inter-religious Council activities . . .
has a bowling team in the Classic League . . .
provides a choir to sing at Sunday Mass . . .
has a daily Rosary at the Newman Chapel
and communion breakfast on the last Sunday
of each month , . . sends delegates to the
national convention and regional meets . . .
officers are: Patrick Hurley, Robert Barrett,
lane Brush, and Terryl Ann Frank.
ls this a "hen party" or is anyone welcome to ioin
in the conversation? Members of Newman club catch
up on the latest news.
Row 'iz Rita Sloboian, Mary Ellen Fehr, Mary Rieder, Ruth Folstrom, Donna Keifer, Dorothy
Gibson, Lorraine Dosch, Elaine Willy, Pot Maloney. Row 2: Danny Boyle, Ken Normand, Phil
Miller, Art Lies, Ray Link, Frank Bosworth, Charles Metzinger, Robert Madler, Art Christen-
son, Dennis Wright, Ryan Harrington.
Father Pofter gives words of advice
as Newman club members discuss their
Row 'l: Larry Buer, Nwankwo Harbor, Stan Elofson, Ted DeKrey, Harold LeFIeur. Row 2: Clint Sparks,
Glen Kirk, Kent Sock, Loran Bieber, Del Hlavinka, Seth Twichell. Row 3: John Anderson, Don Moore,
Bruce Farnum, Curt Kristofifz, Frank Joyce, Duane Paulson, Jim Unkenholz, Dave McFerrain, Charles
Young Men's Christian Association
YMCA . . . originated to unite men in Chris-
tian fellowship . . . helps to develop Christian
personalities . , . participates in Religious
Emphasis Week . . . holds Brotherhood Week
services . . . active in the World Day of
Prayer services . . . played an active part in
the North Dakota district "YH conference . . .
sponsored jointly with YWCA ballroom
dancing lessons . . . officers are: Delbert
Hlavinka, president . . . Glen Kirk, vice presi-
dent . . . Kent Suck, secretary . . . Loran
Cl C0l11lT'l0l"l PUYPOSG
YVVCA . . . unites women students to develop
and promote Christian ideals . . . sponsors
Big-Little Sister party for new students . . .
co-sponsors the Thanksgiving Evensong and
ballroom dancing lessons with the YMCA . . .
holds :in annual retreat at Turtle River State
Park . . , officers are: Margaret Henning,
president . . . Beverly Akuson, vice president
. . . Gloria Olson, secretary . . . Enid Bowman,
Row 'l: Mrs. John Bennison. Row 2: Doris Kirk,
Arlene Hedahl, Roberta Enger, Carolyn Slinde,
Marilyn Robinson, Maxine Baumann, Marlene
Row I: Margaret Platt, Kay Stoll, Joan Walf
Row 2: Judy Flafen, Ilene Friend, Arliss Si-
monson, Janice Anderson, Marilyn Jenson,
Janice Kearny, Margaret Smith, Mary Gludf,
Nancy Johnson, Yvonne Boeddeker.
Row 'l: Elaine Geiszler, Beverly Akason,
Gloria Olson, Enid Bowman. Row 2:
Doris Kirk, Carolyn Pierce, Sally Fossay,
Ann Ebling, Roberta Enger, Leona Polsfuf,
Pai Noden, Marilyn Robinson, Darlene
Row 1: Clint Sparks-Vice Commander,
Curt Christensen-Commander, Don Borge
-Executive Commander, Wallace Webster
-Executive Commander. Row 2: Stan Mor-
rison-Executive Commander, Don Zook-
Chaplain, Eldon Mclain-Secretary, Jer-
ome Anderson-Treasurer, lrv Middle-
partisan, politics cmd parties
A C Vets Club . . . organized to give assistance to veterans
at NDSC . . . accepts for membership any veteran student who
has served 90 days or more in the Armed Forces and has been
honorably discharged or is in reserve status . . . Curtis Chris-
tianson, commander . . . Clint Sparks, vice commander . .
Donald Zook, chaplain ,... Kenneth McClean, secretary .
Ierome Anderson, treasurer.
Row 'l: Clarence Sauer, Darrell Thorsell, Bruce Hoel, Bob Selkirk, Francis Gathman, Floyd Brown. Row
2: Daniel Boyle, Lorran Remmich, Richard Praskey, Del Helgeson, Tom Askland, Dick Clarens, Bob
ess, Dennis Gullingsrud, David Quill.
Rcw 1: Meloy Hanson, Ken Kraft, Vic Sorley, .Ioe Mann, Fred Garih. Row 2: Eugene Heinz, Eugene
Blazek, Ernie Nelson, William Schvenle, Roland Michael, Bill Gores. Row 3: Leonard Erickson, Harold Moe,
Gerald Bender, Clark Shenkenberger, Ronald Talstod, Glen Martin, Fred Martin, Henry Smitherson, Sion-
ley Samuelson, David Mork, Leslie Anderson, Archie Kifterling.
Row 'lz Loren Doclder, LeRoy Siebszhlag, Carrol Slorbeck, Donald Sfoen, Frank
Diebler, Simen Lclhlum. Rcw 2: Harland Jacobson, Rodney Schwartz, Leslie
bach, Fefe Kubischfa, Sicnley Pederson, Duane Bjelland, Bill Strand.
Seated: Larry O'Keefe, Laverne
Linnell, Jack Carter, advisor,
Marvin Duncan, Neal Biornson.
Standing: Allyn Marifieren, Don
Brusegaard, James Fowler.
Howard Cariveau, Donald Ber-
quist, Ronald Barks, Ronald
Nelson, Adam Koble, Kenneth
Thompson, Jerry O'Keefe.
crops, comments and coffee labs
Agronomy Club . . . promotes interest in crops and
soils . . . meets first Thursday of each month in Morrill
Hall . . . members hear special speakers, see movies, have
business meetings, and have group discussions . . . extends
membership to undergraduates interested in Agronomy . . .
sends delegates to the national convention of the American
Society of Agronomy . . . sponsors an annual crop judging
contest for high school FFA and 41-I Clubs in North Dakota
and Minnesota . . . officers are: Larry O'Keefe, president . .
. Laverne Linnell, vice president . . . Neal Bjornson, treas-
urer . . . Marvin Duncan, secretary.
Agricultural Ec Club
parity, prices and politics
Agricultural Economics Club. . . meets third Thursday
of every month . . . discuss topics of interest in Agricultural
Economics . . . engage outside speakers to help discuss such
topics . . . chapter project for 1956 was an exchange meeting
with Agricultural Economics Club of South Dakota State
College . . . no membership dues . . . Marvin T. Nordbo,
was elected president . . . Gaylord Olson, vice president . . .
Orland Ni-emeier, secretary-treasurer . . . Sig Stangeland,
Economists, both professional
and students, enioy the oppor-
tunity to meet and discuss the
latest 'Farm issue, parity price
or crisis on the farm scene.
Row 1: Norman Lemmon, Clifford Suncl, Jerome
Schaak, Dale Hegreberg, Darwin Schaubert, Laverne
Zink. Row 2: Robert Moeller, Guy Midtbo, Milton
Berg, Robert Dahl, David Quick. Row 3: John Egli,
Arden Flakoll, James Gilberg, Merle Huhner, John
Vogel. Row 4: Mlton Evenson, Vernell Ness, Glen
Johnson, John Rude, Vernon Anderson, Ernest French.
John Deere, Massey Harris
ASAE . . . American Society of Agricultural Engineers . .
prepares agricultural engineers for their future vocations . . .
farm equipment show for the Little International . . . take an
annual field trip . . . assists with Engineers Ball . . . hold an annual
banquet and picnic . . . officers are: Merrill Iohnson, president . . .
Leo Astrup, vice president . . . Lester Amundson, secretary . .
Ronald Brandvold, treasurer.
Row 'lz Robert Hunke, Richard Johnson,
Dcnald Berge, Merrill Johnson, Lester
Amundson, Ronald Brandvold, Leo Ast-
rur, Henry Rwcera. Row 2: Gene Mat-
tern, Harley Lynch, Floyd Larson, Paul
Pratt, Roger Boon, Dennis Lindemann.
Row 3: Howard Stockman, James
Amundson, Gerald Buelow, James
Stewart, Arnold Ellingson, Herbert
French, Russell Slotten.
builders of the future
Row 1: Joseph Arquette, Henry Trangsrud,
Willard Peterson, John Ruland, William
Strand. Row 2: Nwankwo Harbor, Dan
Holm, Hubert Olson, George Redlin, Clif-
ton Anderson, Pat Murphy, Richard Enger.
Row 3: Donald Davidson, Daniel Engel,
Earl Williams, Andrew Rieder, Tenner
Tangen, William Thompson, Richard Skerik,
Donald Borge, Stanley Pedersen, Darvin
Johnson, Carroll Lilly.
American Society of Civil Engineers . . . pro-
motes an understanding between students
and faculty in civil engineering . . . extends
membership to all civil engineers . . . spon-
sors lectures and movies to provide an addi-
tion to class work.
Row 'l: Bruce Baldwin, Dana Hill, Dennis
Gehring. Row 2: Glen Martin, Gordon
Renschler, Harland Jacobson, Charles Mar-
tin, LeRoy Ornberg, Jim Bentley. Row 3:
Wilfred Wolf, Lyle Dagner, Edwin Jacobs,
James Horn, Howard Paul, LeRoy Phillips,
Row 'Is George Sfruchynski, Thomas McCormick, James Gebhard, Harold Oberlander, Delana Jesperson, Verlin Possum-. Row 2: Sylvester Klassen,
David Welch, Henry Moh, John A. Oakey, Robert J. Roberts, advisor, John Adams, Glen Meyer, Duane Heley. Row 3: Lloyd Hutchinson, Gordon
Madson, David Duin, Richard Peterson, Emery Larson, Melvin Sarvela, Rodney Schwartz, William Peterson, Clifford Christionson, Ronald Klennert,
Donald Zook, Pafrick Hurley, Francis Bosworth.
ASCE . . . assisted in presenting the Engi-
neer's Ball . . . entered I1 float in the home-
coming parade . . . were host to the 1955
Midwest ASCE conference convention . . .
Ray Ehly, was elected president of Midwest
Conference . . . officers are: Harland Iacob-
son, president . . . Howard Paul, vice presi-
dent . . . Iames Horn, secretary , . . Glen
amps, volts and ohms
AIEE . . . American Institute of Electrical Engi-
neers and Institute of Radio Engineers . . . promotes
the theory and practice of electrical engineering . . .
meets once a month in the engineering building . . .
membership open to any student in electrical engineer-
ing . . . sponsors AIEE student paper contest . . .
provides an opportunity for fairly independent techni-
cal, social, and literary activity and initiative on the
part of the students . . . officers are: Bruce Whidden,
president . . . Arthur Link, vice president . . . Iames
Row I: Dick Johnson, Gene Krueche, Gene Glazek, Bob Johnston. Row 2: Pete
Horvath, Roger Ness, Ralph Rothfusz, Bob Myller. Row 3: Norval Johannesohn,
Barrett Johnson, Melvin Krctz, Calvin Klaus.
Row 'ls Dean Nyquist, Roger Abbott, Peter Palmerson, Bruce Whidden, George Johnson,
Richard Elston, James Nielson, Ernest Anderson, advisor. Row 2: Wendell Keller, Ken Dola-
ger, Art Link, Ron Schwinkendorf, Ken Zastera, Rodney Turnquist, Jerry Vonderheide.
Row 3: John Agrey, Darrell Bonewell, Meloy Hanson, Del Schoephoerster, Curt Christensen,
Richard Strommen, Jack Lcuvold, Dennis Wilson, Roy Cedarstrom.
slip sticks, steam heat and strengths
ASME ...t dx merican Society of Mechanical Engineers . . .acquaints
the students with the activities, faculty and fellow students in mechani-
cal engineering . . . co-sponsor the Engineers Ball with the other
engineering societies . . . annual Engineers picnic . . . were hosts to
the Region Four Northern Tier conference . . . officers are: William
Tutliill, president . . . William Rieder, vice president . . . Robert
Guyer, secretary . . . Terry Emerson, treasurer.
Row 1: George Olson, John Schultz, Harry Nelson, A. W. Anders
son, advisor, William Tuthill, Bob Guyer, William Rieder, Harold
Blomseth. Row 2: Duane Olson, Jim Larson, Gil Miller, Peter
Rex, Eugene Johnson, Delos Keech, Robert Brumwell, Donald
Connors, Wallace Webster.
Row 'l: Lyle Peterson, James
Lundstrom, Eugene Gross, Beu-
nard Goldader, Kent Janssen,
Laverne McCoy, Lyle Madson,
Maurice Nygaard. Row 2:
Charles Frank, Richard Engh,
Lowell Rohs, Donald Voracek,
Allen Urban, Frank Joyce, Milo
Mcltzek, Ronald Lindlauf, Mor-
ris Krahn, David Ramey, Arthur
Atelier Chai' Noir
blueprints, Becxux Arts and Black Cuts
Row 1: Guilen Narum, Brian Beechie, Harold Lo Fleur, Leon Hagerotf, Robert Metz, Harlan Ormbreck.
Row 2: Edward Meyer, Douglas Goedert, Duane Devries, Wayne Lee, Don Hanson, Gary Jensen, Dick
Leverson, Lynn Lcmmer, Herbert Aslesen.
Atelier Chat Noir . . . black cuts of NDSC . . . future
designers of America . . . promote and advance archi-
tectural interest . . . sponsor competition in designs . . .
annually award five prizes . . . hold Beaux Arts ball . . .
sophomores, juniors, seniors make up membership . . .
hold monthly meetings . . . heading the organization are:
Edward Meyer, president . . . Douglas Goedert, vice pres-
ident . . . Lyle Nelson, secretary . . . Robert Brown,
Row I: Richard Annderud, Kent Janssen, Rocl Eide, William Rieder, Duane Olson, Gailon Sundseth. Row
2: Lawrence Doerr, C. O. Anderson, advisor, Bob Guyer, A. W. Anderson, Dean Mirgain, Thomas Sak-
shaug, Lambert Vogel. Row 3: Fred Detke, Robert Brumwell, Charles Myhre, Don Gronbeck, William
Jensen, Ronald Llndlauf, Edward Price, Alan Olsen, Charles Meckstroth, Richard Engh, Donald Conner,
Terry Emerson, James Peterson, William Bissel, Roger Engebretson, Howard Nelson, Roger Wagner, Har-
old Blomseth. Not pictured: Marvin Bender, Bruce Berkeland, Gerald Duerre, Roger Grau, Earl Davis.
Pi Tau Sigma
Pi Tau Sigma . . . recognizes scholarship and service
in the field of mechanical engineering . . . was es-
tablished on NDSC campus in 1948 . . . offers mem-
bership to mechanical engineers who are at least first
term juniors in the upper part of their classes . . .
elected Robert Guyer, president . . . Rodney Eide, vice
president . . . Terry Emerson, recording secretary . . .
William Rieder, corresponding secretary . . . William
H. Nelson, treasurer.
OFFICERS: Gloria Lloyd, Terryl Ann Frank, Jane? Saba.
Row 2: Erlys Mische, Jayne Lee, Shirlene Schnell, Jane!
Air Debs Society
march, militia and marriage
Air Debs Society . . . Iayne Lee, command-
ing officer . . . Shirlene Schnell, executive
officer . . . Erlys Mische, secretary . . . Janet
Monson, treasurer . . . Ianet Saba, social chair-
man . . . Sandra Benedict, uniform director .
. . Terryl Frank, publicity . . . tea for military
staff officers' wives ...- 2 ntertain Arnold Air
Society . . . a talk on local ROTC Unit here
by one of Air Force officers . . . giving serious
attention to a smart drill team . . . came out
in new uniforms winter quarter.
Row I: JoAnn Willert, Erlys Mische, Ann Whiiing, Teddy Jo Paulson, Judy Sherwood, Jayne Lee. Row
2: Mary Hagen, Pai' Larsen, Peggy Buchanan, Janet Monson, Phyllis Hendrickson, Shirlene Schnell.
Row 3: Sally Schroeder, Sally Anderson, Janet Saba, LaRae Gendreau, Joan Nelson, Terryl Ann Frank,
Jane Brush, Sonia Scott, Gloria Lloyd.
Arnold Air Society
united, uniforms and Uncle Sam
Arnold Air Society . . . together with Air
Debs, Guidon, and Scabbard and Blade
sponsors the military Ball . . . conducts edu-
cational tours of members to various Air
Installations via military aircraft . . . holds
initiation and installation banquets and ban-
quet for inspecting officers . . . Mike Fogel
named outstanding Summer Camp Cadet . . .
Roger Erickstad, AFROTC Cadet Wing
Commander . . . Iohn G. Larum, commander
. . . Neil H. Bowles, vice commander . . .
Wendell R. Keller, comptroller . . . Roger
Erickstad, reporter . . . Loren F. Bjornson, WW7 V
Operatlons olililcer ' ' ' Captain A' Halvof' Wendell Keller-Comptroller, Loren Biornson-Operations Officer, John
Larum-Squadron Commander, Roger Erickstad-Reporter, Neil Bowles
-Vice-Commander. Not in picture-John Burnett-information Service
sen, faculty advisor.
Row 'l: Ralph Rofhfusz, Henry Solberg, James Gebhard, Lawerence Meyer, Roger Abbott, Loren Biornson.
Row 2: Gene Gross, Wally Hegg, William Chamberlain, John Lorum, William Hutton, Mike Fogel, Jerry
Schaock. Row 3: Jerry lsensee, Neil Bowles, Roger Ericlcsrad, Wendell Keller, Tom Gates, Charles Bartholo-
mew, Del Bopp, Alvin Olson, Don Vorachek, LeRoy Acxfedf, Dick Strommen.
parties, parades and patriotism
Guidon . . . auxiliary to Army ROTC . . . we
see the fairer sex capably participating in parades
With' the men . . . members selected from the sopho-
more class-two from each sorority and two inde-
pendents . . . have a banquet following Armed
Forces Day parade . . . new initiates honored at
banquet . . . some march with drill team . . . assis-
ted With plans for Military Ball . . . officers are:
Pat Monson, president . . . Marlys Pautz, vice
president . . . Marlene Pfeifile, secretary . . . Ioline
OFFICERS: Row 1: Pat Monson, Bonnie Litzinger. Row 2: Marlys Paufz, JolineRow 1: Maxine Baumann, Sondra Haus, Joyce Kirkhus. Joan linbo,
Litzinger, Barbara Pederson, Joyce Eriksmoen, Karen Edinger. Row 2:
Branstad, Ruth Folstrum, Joann Johnson, Joline Wells, Carol Soeby,
Wells, Marlene Pfeifle.
Fredrick, Marianne Hunke, Judy Rothfusz, Pat Monson, Joan Cantwell,
Pautz, Janet Fagerland. Row 3: June Anderson, Gail Fitzloff, Marlene
Ruth Mortenson, JoAnne Anderson, Karen Slulca, Shirley Mogen.
Row 1: Norman Hansen, Frank Meyers, Harry Barrlett, Merrill Johnson, Russell Sloften. Row 2: Don
Hovluncl, Dave Lund, Keith Amundson, Ron Rogers, Peie Lunclwall. Row 3: Lclrry Lanz, Richcurd Johnson,
Gerald Stock, Dick Engh, Mariy Kalons, Jack Larson, Robert Tucker, Borreff Johnson, Bryan Gcckle, Jim
Young, Leroy Hielmstad, Russell Kiker, Ronald Nelsen, Bruce Farnum, Ronald Waxler, John Anderson,
Scabbard and Blade
colonels, captains cmd collegicms
Scabbard and Blade . . . national military frater-
nity . . . raises the standard of military education
in American Colleges . . . hold a spring banquet
with Guidon . . . co-sponsors Military Ball . . . ex-
tends membership to selected juniors or seniors in
military or air science who have maintained a C
average . . . officers are: Norman Hansen, Ir.,
president . . . Franklin Meyers, vice president . . .
Russell Slotten, secretary . . . Merrill Iohnson,
The "brains" of this organization who make the
momentous decisions whether to have the cover cin-
namon or sequoria brown and the print a sunflower
yellow or golden sunshine. Oh, the problems of
"exec" Reggie Gorder, associate editor and Mel
and delayed deadlines . .
Bison . . . what, you missed another deadline . . . who is
this guy on the Vet's Club picture . . . what's happened to
page 203 . . . did Ham get the new pictures in today . . .
typical comments in the Bison office . . . yearbook for
students at North Dakota State . . . publishes an informal
report of the year in pictures and words . . . man at the helm
is Mel Ostby . . . one more ship is safely anchored.
Ostby, most exalted editor in chief.
lf there are any mistakes in this book, and we can
assure you there are, please don't blame these
students. . , they've been taking the blame all year.
The martyrs are Ronnie Nelson, photography editor,
Beverly Pfeifer, layout editor, and Judy Hammer,
If we used the picture of you with your
eyes closed or that idiotic expression on
your face, this is the group to blame-
Terryl Ann Frank, Sigrid Halldorson, Jane
Higgins and Gloria Lloyd are innocent
victims of circumstance.
lf your name is misspelled or the caption identifies you as Fairhair Garter-
snapper don't be perturbed just blame this group of budding young
iournalists . . . seated are Beverly Lind, Mary Meckstroth, Anita Neller-
moe, JoAnn Anderson, Arlene Nesset, June Anderson, Audrey Brekke, Jean
Anderson . . . standing are P'at Larson, Shirlene Schnell, Milton Matzek,
Mary Anderson, and Bonnie Westphal.
LJ, - js'
'fi "'ff.. '1
These are the gentlemen on the annual staff well worth meeting-they With the assistance of Maynard Helgaas, sports editor and Gary Smith,
control the money or the lack of it. The annual financiers are Kerry chief helper, the Bison football team were undefeated this year and the
Murphy, advertising manager and .lon Dewey, business manager. basketball team' won all four games of the Sioux series-Oh, you
Top man on the totem pole in The Spec- V
trum office is Lee Johnson, editor-in-chief. N
columns, comments and campus cuties
Spectrum . . . weekly publication at North Dakota
State . . . clever columns including: advice to the lovelorn,
roving reporter, general comments and opinions and side-
lights of sports . . . featured campus cuties . . . location
of hectic activity on Tuesday and Vfednesday night . . .
has the largest collection of Union glassware on campus . .
. always looking for some filler . . . center of campus ac-
tivity . . . has three or four crises each week . . . a capable
staff with openings for students interested in journalism .
. . finished a successful year under the parental eye of
Lick af the browbeafen looks on Lee's staff: Karen Sluka,
Neal Biornson, Audrey Brekke, JoAnne Anderson are worse
for wear after a year on the Spectrum Staff.
O.K., guys, control yourselvesp I'm sorry I said
the Spectrum was the best paper in North Da-
kota. Gerry Bender, sports editor, and Don
Schwartz, managing editor, are having a big
laugh over this.
The trustworthy, competent, and efficient
Spectrum staff: lEd. note--We will not be
held responsible for this statement and it
is not necessarily the opinion of the Bison
stoff.J Bill Buck, seated, Bob Guyer, Neal
Biornson, Jim Feeney, Dick Teichmann and
Chief Qnot cheap! checkwriter,
ad solicitor and Union cup col-
lector is business manager,
Lee does his best work and writes
his cleverest columns when inspired
-at the moment Audrey is his in-
Future Walter Winchells, Cedric Adams, and
Fairhair Gartersnappers are Gerry Bender,
seated, Don Schwartz, Chuck Phillips and
Marty Kalnins puts his experience in chemistry to goocl use
by seiiing up a "still" in organic lab.
Chemistry Club . . . promotes an interest
in chemistry . . . furthers knowledge of op-
portunities in the field of chemistry through
discussions and lectures . . . holds spring and
fall picnics . . . maintains a loan fund for ad-
vanced chemistry students . . . awards junior
memberships in the American Chemical So-
ciety to six outstanding senior and graduate
students . . . makes contributions to the li-
brary of the School of Chemistry . . .officers
are: Phillip I-Iarju, president . . . Ierry lsensee,
vice president . . . Kay Vlfollan, secretary . .
Wayne Swenson, treasurer.
Row 'l: Jim' Mclrqucirf, Jim
Young, Bob Burke. Row 2:
Wayne Swenson, Lowell
Puls, Bob Boerfh. Row 3:
Arthur Leadbeifer, Alice
Wright, Lawrence Grossman,
Row 4: John Frunze, Jerold
lsensee, Joseph Fischer, Curl'
Row 1: Kay Wollcm, Mrs, Wouier Bosch, Mary Anderson, Nehoray Nosraf. Row 2: Professor Sands, Dr. F. L. Minear, Kenley
Burkhart, Row 3: Duane Tangen, George Saunders, Herman Weylond, Dr. F, Rothman, Dr. Wouter Bosch. Row 4: Philip Huriu,
Robert Woodruff, Dr. N. Peterson, Lawrence Grossman.
bottles, beakers and bunsen burners
Be careful there Swen, or ihe whole doggone confrap-
tion will blow up-we're not worried about you, buf we
need that Chem building next year.
Row I: Lyle Miller, Morris Holm, Don
Priebe, Shubel Owen, advisor. Row 2: An-
ton Gunderson, Roger Johnson, Ordean
Jacobson, James Gruebele. Row 3: Curtis
Norenberg, Ron Nelsen, Ken Thompson,
Duane Eriksmoen, Fred Fredrickson, Robert
Block, Arvid Hougelnerg, Arnold Hauge-
berg, Mel Ostby. Row 4: Sylvan Melroe,
George Schwartz, John Haas, Jerry Timm,
Gerald Haugen, Denis Gross, Curtis Nel-
son, Richard D. Johnson, Richard States,
Duane Erickson, LaVerne Kreft, Clinton
chapter advisers of the future
Guest speaker at the fall banquet,
Douglas C. Fisk warned the mem-
bers ot failure and the limitless
boundaries of success.
Kopp, Reggie Gorder, Gary Johnson, Hol-
Future Farmers of America . . . provides training for prospective teachers
of vocational agriculture in their duties as local advisers of FFA chapters
. . . has a Friend's Night banquet . . . assists in the Little International
. . . all agriculture education majors and all former members of FFA are
eligible for membership . . . the officers are: Morris Holm, president . . .
Donald Priebe, vice president . . . Lyle Miller, secretary . . . Ordean
Iacobson, treasurer . . . S. D. Owen, adviser.
The Friend's Night Banquet gives the mem-
bers experience in handling FFA banquets
when they are chapter advisors in FFA
Row 'lr Elgi Tomcin, Winton Fuglie, Jim Noyes, Noel
Loftus. Row 2: Wayne Henkel, Carl Sandager, John-
son, Don Schwartz. Row 3: Edward Kaseman, Ron
Ulven, Ron Jacobson, Merlin Ludwig, Fred Gerth,
Stan Samuelson, Mel Rodenberg, Don McKenzie.
Row 4: Howard Schmid, Sylister Phillips, Paul Hau-
gen, Arlen Niemier, John Malpert, Willis Johnson,
Fred Flanders, Dave Mark, Merle Larson, Jim Ken-
ward, Ray Hedblad, Gerald Hegerberg, Don Holen.
head, heart, hands and health
Four-H Club provides 4-H members opportunity to
continue their Work during college . . . membership l
is open to students interested in the 4-H program . . .
organized in 1938 on NDSC campus . . . held leader-
ship meetings . . . various social functions . . . partici-
pated in thc Little International . . . objective of the
organization is to be of service to the college and state
4-H program . . . officers include: Howard L:-lhlum,
president . . . Marian Hunke, vice president . . . David
Lund, secretary . . . Gloria Olson, treasurer . . . K. S.
Row 1: Beva Fegley, Howard Lahlum, Gloria Olson,
Maynard Fulton. Row 2: George Senechal, Nancy
Johnson, Rae Gebur, Audrey Mann, Winifred Knud'
son, Sharon Stensland, Myrth Weiser. Row 3: Stanley
Schneider, David Kromer, Donald Odenloach, Walter
Keidel, Lloyd Knight, Clayton Hanson, Kenneth
Circle to the left, circle to the right, dance
and you dance all night . . .
Promenade your partner around the circle,
Promenade . . . one of the many activities
of the 4-H club is square-dancing along
with the more serious pastimes.
Gold Star Band
practice, perfection and performance
Gold Star Band . . . organized by Dr. C. S. Putnam in 1904 . . .
directed by William Euren . . . furnishes music for athletic events,
parades, honor days and convocations . . . annually participates in a
concert tour to various cities and towns in North Dakota . . . pro-
vided a home COl'lCC1't with the College Choir . . . participates in the
Spring Sing Concert . . . the social highlight in the lives of band
members is the annual picnic . . . officers are: Dale Sarff, president
. . . . lack Larson, vice-president . . . Lester Amundson, secretary-
Row I: Bob Peterson, Lisa Duckstad, Carole Mandigo, Jerry Stock, JoAnne Anderson, Wayne Swenson, Marilyn Johnson, Judy
Hunstad, Elaine Pflugrath, Donna Kilzer. Row 2: Jayne Lee, Joyce Eriksmoen, Joan Delzer, Gaye Olson, Joyce Berg, Wilma
Husband, Bruce Farnum, Bill Baillie, Les Amundson, John Hovde, Don Salmonson, Roberta Enger, Erlys Fernow, Mary Ander-
son, Fat Larson, Claire Ann Walker. Row 3: Robert Montgomery, Tom Farley, Richard Monson, Don Hovland, Dale Jackson,
Vernon Johnson, George Gard, Bruce Kasson, Frank Bender, Martin Geizler, Pat Noden, Virginia Anderson, Wayne Anderson,
Lowell Pals, Allan Henderson, Jerry lsensee, Jack Larson, Audrey Brekke, Jerome Sayler, Ray Link. Row 4: Mylo Sayler,
Charles McDonald, James Oster, Blaine Myhre, Harold Shadduck, Gail Taverna, Eileen Seim, Grace Webb, Director-Bill
Euren, Art Wheeler, Jerome Shaw, Howard Stockman, Bruce Ferguson, Reggie Gorder, Gene Sele, Delores Mithun, Paul
Irsfeld, Dale Sarff, David Hendrickson, Art Lies
Row 1: Kay Stoll, Dorothy Elofson, Barbara Seng, Aina Malta, Janice Bakken, LaVonne Biel, Dianne Crandall, Judy Hammer,
Claudette Grommesh, Ilene Friend, JoAnn Willert, Joyce Kirkhus, lone Vossetig, Vivian McAuley, Sandra Maier. Row 2:
Sandra Klein, Judy Rothfusz, Janet Abrahamson, Barbara Pederson, Joan Stammen, Yvonne Boeddeker, Carol Senechal, Ruth
Tallakson, Gail Fitzloff, lla Langseth, Patricia Larsen, Lynell Buchanan, Glorene Denich, Bonnie Westpl-nal, Coleen Kanclt, Row
3: Dale Nelson, Leonard Brown, Cecil Malme, Dewey Swenson, Elizabeth Shipley, Estelle voelker, Marianne Hunke, John Kit-
tleson, Clint Sparks, Allan Olson, Harvey Fiala, Fred Bayshuns, John Lommel, Michael Fogel. Row 4: William Head, Ralph
Rothfusz, Orion Fiestad, Richard Teichmann, Ward Dunkirk, Warren Ehricks, Robert Gion, John Kuppich, David McFerran,
James Grueble, Clyde Stauffer, James Pomeroy.
Bach, Beethoven, and bebop
Chorus . . . the mixed chorus at NDSC . Q . directed
hy Ernst Van Vlissingen . . . participates in many
campus affairs . . . annually tours North Dakota towns
with a concert program . . . 1956's tour included Ash-
ley, Hcttinger, Linton . . . for music minded students
. . . membership is offered by tryouts . . . it is a
worthwhile extracurricular activity.
letters, laurels and laughs
Row 'l: Ernel Thuring, Tom Serrin, Bob Nippolf, Norm Lerass,
Bill Scl1elver. Row 2: Bob Zuklic, Dale Walleniine, lvon Lung,
Roger Gebhcxri, Ken Flynn, Glenn Hill, Tom Wold.
Lettermanis Club . . . promote varsity athletics . . . sell
beanies to freshmen . . . makes life miserable for freshmen . . .
sponsor the annual Bison Day . . . have an annual picnic . . .
sponsor the Letterman's Ball, strictly a bib overhall and flannel
shirt affair . . . chose Karen Edinger as queen . . . officers are:
Glenn Hill, president . . . Dale Wallentine, vice president . .
Merlin Ludwig, secretary . . . Tom Radcliffe, treasurer.
Row 'I: Gordon Friede, Harold Anderson,
Doug Wolsiad, Merlin Ludwig. Row 2: Syl-
van Melroe, Emil Zueger, Pete Brewer,
Howard Heil, Floyd Wagner.
Row 'l: Dennis Buchholz, Don Vorachek, Warren Shiebold, Joe Arquette, Kenny Maxson, Bolo Eggen.
Row 2: Dr. Martin Blake, John Anderson, Keith Schick, Robert Tucker, Bruce Farnum, Tom Sakshaug,
Lloyd Ogren, Lyle Nelson. Row 3: Keith Hayford, Dr, Frank Cassel, Dr. Christian Jenson, A. Glenn Hill,
Myron Kios, Milton Mafzek, Alan Wieland, William Rudd, Phillip Running, Rolly Quam, E. Charles
Markmon, Vernon Johnson, Don Hanson, Jack Lavold.
Alpha Phi Omega
and more proiecfs
Alpha Phi Omega . . . composed of college men who
are or have been previously affiliated with the Boy
Scouts . . . develops friendship and promotes service to
humanity . . . helps with registration and proctors en-
trance cxaminations . . . sponsors Spring Sing and snow
sculpture contest . . . conducts a book exchange . . .
sponsors the Ugly Man contest and dance . . . aids local
Boy Scouts . . . ushers at all convos . . . puts up and dec-
orates the campus Christmas tree . . . officers are: Robert
Tucker, president . . . Bruce Farnum, vice president . . .
Keith Schick, secretary . . . Iohn Anderson, historian.
Seated: Jane Kanellos, Kathy Ger-
teis, Alan Schuhmacher, Kay Mc-
Geary, Marlene Qualley. Standing:
Esther Tarbell, Ray Berger, Gay-
lord Olson, Duane Swenson, Clint
Sparks, Jim Rumpcc
promotion, programs, and parties
Row 'l: Arvid Vasenden, George Schwartz, Ron Nelsen, Jim Stewart, Gordon Renschler, Don Hanson.
Row 2: Terryl Ann Frank, Margaret McBride, Nancy Johnson, Gloria Olson, Joan Stammen, Margaret
Platt, Barbara Rockwood, Priscilla Hostad, Pat Trom, Bev Lind. Row 3: Pat Hagen, Howard Cariveau,
Gerald Buelow, Dave Mork, Gordon Kepner, Laleah Lobb, Ray Link, Russ Hariu, Milo Haas, Jim Giese,
Memorial Union Activities Board . . . organized to supply
needs of a rounded college social program . . . attempts to
reach those students who have limited social life . . . features
lessons in chess, bridge, etiquette and dancing . . . has un-
nuul Union Birthday Party . . . elected Alan Schuhmncher,
president . . . Vic Zeigler. vice-president . . . Monica Sav-
Now let's see-Newton's third low of motion plus the
friction error plus good luck ond you might hit the eight
ball. One of the mony popular activities corried on in
the Student Union.
"The" most important activity in the Student Union. Coffee Lab. T02 is now in session-
mony hours are spent in this no credit course where the most popular saying is "I
don't know, I wcnsn't there yesterday either."
The college siudenf's Arthur God-
frey, Dove Gorroway and Bob and
Ray ore Ari Lies, Jock Soufham and
Arvid Vasenden. The main purpose
cf fhese recordbreokers is io louse
up campus radio. ln this respect,
the fellows have been doing cz fine
iob ihis year.
Mary Plafz, chief engineer and record breaker
Pot Cornwell and Sandy Meier are faced wifh decisions,
decisions, all the lime decisions-should
we ploy Beetho-
ven's Fifth or Homer and Jefhro's Second.
The executives of this organiza-
tion, Jack Larson, station manager
and Jerry Vonderheide, chief en-
gineer have a serious problem-
shall we broadcast this week or
Campus Radio . . . established in 1952 . . . locat,d in the Memorial
. Union . . . broadcasts from 4:00 to 10:30 each evening from Monday
Ca m to Friday and 11:00 to 11:00 each Saturday . . . provides disc jockeys,
drama, news and sports to listening audience . . . holds annual
rowin rowin rowin Christmas party . . . plans to expand in the future . . . station man-
g 9' g 9' 9 9 ager, lack Larson . . . program director, Bryan Gackle . . . music
director, Chuck Phillips , . . technical director, Terry Vonderheide.
The efficient, capable, talented, hard working, long
suffering staff of Campus radio: seated: Nancy
Thompson and Lois Bursack. Standing: Anita Neller-
moe, Bill Hahn, Gailon Sundseth.
Row 'l: Curtis Nelson, Gary Smith, LoDon
Johnson, James Magill, Robert Mountian, Joe
Ruliffson. Row 2: Peter Lundwall, Don Peter-
son, Howard Schmid, Jim Austin, Paul Hau-
gen, Ronald Tolstad, Richard Helland, Maurice
Saddle and Sirloin Club
The Saddle and Sirloin Club . , . promotes inter-
est in animal husbandry . . . sponsors the Little
International Livestock Exposition and a live-
stock judging contest . . . supports the college
livestock and meats judging teams . . . member-
ship is open to any student in agriculture . . .
officers are: Ken DeKrey, president . . . Dick
States, vice president . . . Dave Huckel, secretary
. . . lolin johnson, treasurer.
Row I: Hal Wade, Ronnie Brandvold, Ver
non Fredrick, Gerald Gerntholz, .Iimmy Oz
bun, Wayne Hoselton, Dave Huckle.
Row I: Dallas Hiedt, Curl Amb, Gaylord Ol-
son, Russell Stuber, Holger Fog, Fred Boe-
shanes. Row 2: Allen Ormesfod, Bob Madler,
Ronald Nelson, Lyle Hart, Orlo Howe, Don
Schwartz, Merlyn Austin, Wayne Henkle.
Row 1: John Johnson, Russell Bieri,
Darrell Johnson, Ken DeKrey, M. L.
Buchanan, advisor, Clayton
Hougse. Row 2: Lynn Howe, Roger
Anderson, Reggie Gorder, Eugene
Jensen, Laleah Lobb.
Hall of fame
Row 'l: Dick States, Duane Erickson, Rob-
err Sieffes, Frank Gentzkow, Maynard
Helgaas, Willis Johnson. Row 2: Robert
Oberg, Paul Hanson, Don Phillips, Anton
Gunderson, David Johnson, Harold De-
Row 1: Jim Fowler, Neal Biornson, George Schwartz,
Howard Cariveau, George Bassingthwoite, Donald
Moore. Row 2: Mike Brandvik, Neal Spooner, James
Kimball, Ronald Borkes, Ken Gallagher, Gerald Bender,
Row 'l: Janice Hansen, Margaret Kukowski, Mary Ellen Fehr, Patsy Mattson, Virginia
Anclerson, Carol Kramer, Lyla Asmundson, Dianne Aafeclt, Gwen Dove. Row 2: Nancy
Fredrick, Joann Johnson, Ann Ebling, Terryl Ann Frank, Donna Barstad, Barbara
Hanson, Joyce Berg, Judith Flaten, Joan Lia, Helen Knight, Joyce Eriksmoen, Alvina
Kossenborg, Joan Cantwell, Elsie Keller, Marlene Bassingthwaite, Maxine Baumann.
Row 3: Joyce Idler, Janet Christopher, Janet Thompson, Rosemary Leupp, Arlene
Hedahl, Nancy Johnson, Mary Louise Gludt, Janice Appeman, Margaret Brosz,
Darlene Letnes, Muriel Melby, Eleanor Brendemuhl, Harriet Fark. Row 4: Anno Mae
Davis, Shirley Peterson, Beverly Lind, Dorothy Gibson, Shirley Mogen, Carole
Mancligc, Sandra Haas, Beverly Askling, Marilyn Johnson, Janet Fagerluncl, Roberta
Johnson, Janice Anderson, Ellen Maltrud, Ruth Folstrom.
home ec. honeys
Tryota . . . furthers the students' interest in home economics . . . promotes development
of leadership qualities in its members . . . any girl enrolled in the School of Home
Economics is eligible for membership . . . is a student branch of the American Home
Economics Associations . . . held various supper meetings including the annual fall
meeting for new students . . . held a box social with Saddle and Sirloin, the correspond-
ing group in the School of Agriculture . . . the Little International queen is selected
from Tryota members . . . the elected officers are: Wilma Husband, president . . . Ioann
Iohnson, vice president . . . Beverly Lind, secretary . . . Ioan Cantwell, treasurer . . .
Lorissa Sheldon, adviser.
Row 'l: Karen Ritchie, Joan Stammen, Janet Saba, Jane Brush, Kaye Stoll, Gaye Olson, Bonnie Herigstad,
Bonnie Westphal, lone Vosseteig, Marian Sand. Row 2: Margaret Henning, Marilyn Ellis, Caroline Slinde,
Lorraine Dahl, Barbara Seng, Joan Solberg, Ann Marie Johanson, Doris Kirk, Yvonne Johnston, Marilyn
Strobel, Floreen Siorbotten, Adele Ziegler, Rae Gebur, Eileen Seim, Margaret Smith, Sharon Stensland,
Norma Skaor, Morilynn Robinson, JoAnn Peterson, Meredith Moordale. Row 3: Alice Summers, Ina
Hendry, Mary Peterson, Ilene Friend, Carolyn Pierce, Elaine Pflugrath, Darlene Geving, Joyce Jacques,
Evelyn Briggs, Jeannine Knote, Marilyn Jenson, Ruth Berg, Arlene Gifford, Diane Crandall, Mary Platz,
Marilyn Richardson, Marlene Pfeifle, Darlene Ohlhauser. Row 4: Joan Watt, Kathleen Rowan, Elaine
Willy, Maureen Restad, Claire Ann Walker, Wilma Husband, Carol Soeby, Grace Webb, Sally Richards,
Jeanne Sinner, Beva Fegley, Phyllis Diede, Janice Kearney, Carol Roesch, Beverly Belknap, Sharon Hansen,
Mildred Crum, Vel Rae Neeb, Margaret McBride.
OFFICERS: Leona Polsfut, Judy Hagel, Mavis Nash.
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badminton, basketball, ancl bowling
WAA . . . VVOmen's Athletic Association . . . promotes in-
terest in physical education among women . . . sponsors intra-
mural sports program . . . sponsors a dance . . . fosters physical
efficiency, scholarship and sportsmanship . . . offers opportuni-
ties to participate in group athletics . . . officers are: Iucly Haga,
president . . . Leona Polsfut, vice president . . . Mavis Nash,
Barbara Rockwood shows her winning
'Form while playing badminion.
Row 1: Ruth Folsirom, Nancy Frederick,
Lorraine Daf-.l, Leona Polsfuf, Judy
Haga, Mavis Nash, Arlene Hedahl.
Row 2: Pat Maloney, Maxine Baumann,
Vel Ray Neeb, Mary Pfeifer, Darlene
Geving, Gail Miller, Anna Mae Davis,
Barbara Rockwood, Clare Flint, Enid
VOLLEY BALL CHAMPS, Row I: Judy Hagci, Aina Malta, Bar-
bara Rockwood. Row 2: Harriet Fark, Shirlene Schnell, Janice
Hanson, Ruth Folstrum.
Here goes another 300 game for "dead eye" Kay
A vigorous game of basketball, under the watchful eye
of "ref" Hoga,
BADMINTON STARS, Row 'l: Judy Haga, Gail Miller,
Barbara Rockwood. Row 2: Arlene Hedahl, Lorraine A
Dahl, Darlene Geving, Claire Flint, Mavis Nash. .
self expression through creaiive dance
Orchesis . . . provides opportunity for ndsc students to express
themselves in the field of creative dance . . . dances at various ac-
tivities on campus, as well as in the community , . . performed on
a local television program . . . selects new members by 21 vote of the
active Orchesis members . . . meets once a week . . . officers are:
Phyllis Hendrickson, president . . . Marlys Pautz, vice president . . .
Aina Malta, secretary . . . Ann Whiting, treasurer.
'ls Pct Larsen, Aincu Malta, Karen Edinger, .luyne Lee. Row 2: Murlys
Poufz, Bcurburc Rockwood, Mrs. Anderson, Phyllis Hendrickson, Shirlene
Schnell. Row 3: Ann Whiting, Pot Hagen, Kay Links, Beverly SUTIOHSI Smldfu
Row 1: Jon Holcombe, Dave Anderson, Dale R. Larson lP'residen1J, Dennis Wilscn fSsc.-Trecsl, Bill
Rudd. Row 2: Helen Larson, Jeannine Knofe, Gaye Olson, Phyllis Schmitz lVice Presidentl, Marilyn
Jenson, Karen Lenoburg. Row 3: Chuck Nelson, Bill Wotkins, Arden Herman, Paul Swedlund,
.lusiin Murray, Herman Grensel, Red Sunsefh CPublicily Direcforl.
pray for snow
Ski Club . . . is organized to promote more interest in ski-
ing . . . holds ski trips every weekend during winter to ski
areas around Fargo . . . Offers membership to anyone interested
in skiing . . . meets every Wednesday night . . . is planning a
week trip during Spring vacation . . . officers are: Dale Larson,
president . . . Phyllis Schmitz, vice president . . . Dennis VVilson,
Row 1: Prof, E. G. Anderson, Robert Myller, Harold Blomseth, James
Nielsen. Row 2: William Rieder, Melvin Scirvello, Robert Guyer, Lyle
N D State Engineer
methods, mechanics and motives
North Dakota State Engineer . . . informs
students of new developments in engineering . . .
published quarterly . . . includes social news,
faculty information and alums . . . public rela-
tions medium , . . any engineering student in-
terested in journalism is eligible to become :1
member of the staff . . . William Rieder is edi-
tor . . . Robert Guyer, associate editor.
Big ones, small ones, fat ones, thin ones, but mostly iust right ones-take your choice from Pharmacy
Pharmacy Club . . . promotes intellectual advancement and
liurthers sociability among its members established in 1902
. . . holds an annual fall picnic . . . has speakers and meetings
. . . monthly . . . is member of American Pharmaceutical Association
prachcel Prescrlpllonsl and . . . presents an award to an outstanding pharmacy student . . .
pqgf mqrfemg officers are: lack Southam, president. . . Don Stillwell, vice presi-
dent . . . Kent Stack, secretary . . . Iacquehne Iungers, treasurer.
Raw 'l: Gary Heidlebaugh,
Dwight Timm, Professor Fred-
erick W. Sluve, James Giese,
Robert Brumwell. Row 2: Luchy
Rofeliuk, Leslie Fuchs, Paul
Hoekstra, Robert Guyer, Peter
Rex, Eugene Linhart.
iefs, jeeps and ialopys
IAS . . . Institute of Aeronautical Science . . . acquaints
mechanical engineers in aeronautics and their future professions . .
. monthly meetings . . . pres-ent an award to a deserving aero-
nautical engineer annually . . . officers are: Iames Giese, president
. . . Gary Heidlebaugh, vice president . . . Dwight Timm, secre-
Air orce ROTC
cadets today-leaders tomorrow
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps . . . es-
tablished at North Dakota Agricultural college in 1946
. . . develops leadership qualities essential to com-
missioned officers in the United States Air Force . . .
two year basic course for freshmen and sophomores
. . . two year advanced course for juniors and seniors
. . . four week summer training camp for all juniors
. . , qualified male students offered ri career in the
United States Air Force upon graduation . . . depart-
ment supervised by . . . Professor of Air Science, Lieu-
tenant Colonel Norris Brill . . . Sponsors Arnold Air
Society, Air Debs and the Rifle Team.
Ccxpf. William C. Christicmson, Capt. A. J. Halver-
son, Mcior Williclm G. Broome, Copf. Lydell D.
Li. Colonel Norris Brill
Row I: Larry Diemerf, William Chemi-
berluin, Michael Fogel. Row 2: Loren
Bjornson, John Burnett, Lawrence Mey-
er, Roger Abbott.
Group ll Officers:
Row 'l: Jerry Schuock, Henry Solberg, Charles Brown. Row 2: Guy Encbnit, John Larum, Pairick
Hurley, Terry Emerson, James Harvey, Gary Heidlebclugh, Roger Ericksfad, George Johnson.
Gary Holthusen, Robert Hermunson, Kenneth Har-
mon, Eugene Gross.
Row 1: Rcbert Burrows, Robert Olson, Wallace Jacobson. Row 2:
Charles BOPP, Delwin BoPP, Paul Haugen, James Wcxiis.
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Group I Officers:
Row 1: James Larson, Thomas Gates, Wayne Olson. Row 2: Neil Bowles, Roger Enge-
brefson, Richard Strommen, Gene Hariman, Darvin Johnson, Wendell Keller, Dale Wal-
lenfine, LeRoy Aafedt.
Row 'l: Neil Bowles, LeRoy Aaf-
edt, Wendell Keller, Dale Wal-
lenfine, Roger Ericlcstad, Patrick
Hurley, Gary Heidlebaugh,
James Harvey. Row 2: Darvin
Johnson, Richard Sfrommen,
Terry Emerson, George Johnson.
Row 3: Roger Engebreison,
Gene Hartman, John Larum,
Guy Enabnit. Row 4: Wayne
Olson, James Larson, Charles
Brown, Jerry Schaack. Row 5:
Thomas Gates, Henry Solberg.
Row 6: Loren Biornson, John
Burnelf, Michael Fogel, Law-
rence Meyer, Roger Abbott,
Larry Diemerf. Row 7: William
bear ca proud tradition
Army Reserve Officer's Training Corps . . . two year basic
course for physically qualified freshmen and sophomores
without previous military service . . . three hours of work
per week . . . juniors and all seniors offered advanced
course . . . consists of five hours work each week . . . six
week summer camp between junior and senior years . . .
successful candidates in General Military Science qualified
for reserve commission in any of 15 branches of the Army
, . . directed by Lt. Colonel Harry Snavely . . . assisted by
two officers . . . five non commissioned officers.
SFC Melvin E. Snodgrass
Colonel Harry Sncxvely
Mfsgf. Jock H. Agnew
Row I: Don Hovlcznd. Row 2: Russell Slotten,
James Rumpco, Ron Rogers, Jerome Vonder-
heide, Merrill Johnson, Bruce Fornum.
What so proudly we hail , . .
James Gronhcvd, Donald Krisfofifz, Robert McCloskey, and Eugene
Dick Engh, drill team- commander. Row I: Harry Huffer, William Fraase,
George Goeser, Richard Lukes, Jerry Maxwe'.'. Row 2: Lynn Parke!
Leon LeRud, Phillip Miller, Dan Holm. Row 3: Edward Shea, Jack Ber-
nardy, Joe Koebensky, Gordon Coleman.
Row 1: Dan Holm, Terry Cory. Row 2: Richard Lukes, Harry Huifer, Sgt. Paul Simpson, Cupf.
Harry Burllett, Gordon Coleman, Martin Kalnins. Row 3: Ron Rogers, .lack Larson, Dick Engh, Don
Hup, iwo-three-four, column left-march . . .
Dick Engh puts the drill ieam Yhrough iheir paces.
Ervin Kaiser, Director of Physical Education
Miss Beatrice Wartchow, Chairman of Physical Education for Women
training our bodies and our minds
Physical Education . . , offers athletics and physical edu-
cation to men and women at the NDSC . . . the women's
division offers a wide variety of courses, games and
activities . . . team and individual sports, modern dance,
first aid, public health, physical fitness . . . meets the
needs and interests of college women . , . trains capable
instructors for the state's schools and communities . . .
the men's division offers courses in physical and health
education . . . administers the intramural athletic pro-
gram . . . directs the intercollegiate athletic program
which includes football, basketball, golf, tennis and track
. . . curriculum includes first aid, leadership and coach-
ing . . . keeps the students in tip top physical condition.
A fast and furious game of volleyball is one of the many sports
carried on under the athletic program.
Religious Education . . . strengthens a studentis loyalty to
his church . . . offers courses in the history, literature, phi-
losophy and psychology of religion Without sectarian bias
. . . the Board of Trustees is composed of representative men
of various faiths . . . supported by donations from friends
from many churches . . . emphasizes the fact that freedom
of thought and the consistent practice of religious convic-
tions are the necessary foundation of democracy . . . a wel-
come addition to a state college student's curriculum.
Rev. Stafford Siuder, Director of the School of Religion
lorooclens our spiritual life
A fcmilior building on the ecxst boundaries of 1
School of Religion. '
he campus in The midst of Silver Ciiy is ihe Fargo
An informal leciure and discussion on the concepts of Chrisfiunify is one of The various methods of class
insfruciion in ihe school of religion.
An enlightening discussion on sucrclmenfs and sacrifice is being supervised by Fcziher Corey.
an apple a clay
Miss Larson is applying an electrical thing-a-maiig on wutcha-ma-
callifs back and praying it dcesn't electrocute the unsuspecting fellow.
Even the nurses, Miss Myrtle Johnson and Miss Irene Larson, take
time out for a coffee break between taking temperatures, applying
bandages and dispensing pills.
Health Center . . . "Good health to all from-3' the Student Health
Center . . . cures the student's every ache and pain . . , employs two
full-time nurses . . . one relief nurse . . . part time pharmacist . . .
doctor . . . laboratory technician . . . four bed menls ward . . . four
bed women's ward . . . common cold most frequently treated . . .
keeps all drastic diseases off campus.
The Health Center, pain and groan center
on campus. Like a clean's office, we never
relish the thought of visiting this building.
"l'm sorry, Scully, you're os sound os cz college athlete, no heolfh excuse for you."-foiled again,
Just checking-if's gefiing so Thu? you cc1n'f even cul classes without cz good
excuse-cl broken leg is fhe only one accepted This week.
"l know not the course of oihers but as for me-forget obo
heart of campus learning
The open stacks, accessible to any student, contain the thousands
of books obtainable for term papers, research, general knowledge
Professor Dean Stallings, Librarian, Keeper of the Annals,
Library . . . site of information on any subject . . . books, periodi-
cals, magazines, maps, film, records increase knowledge . . .
technical and specialized material for faculty . . . contains sev-
eral study rooms, student lounge, meeting rooms, two large read-
ing rooms . . . offers typewriter rental service . . . students relax to
radio-phonograph music . . . helps make education broader and
more lasting . . . Well stacked Qvvith booksj.
The library-the "melting pot" of NDSC
students with representatives from every
school an campus studying here to ad-
vance their education.
And may he resf in peace-ihe lounge of fhe library is ihe cenfer of bull sessions, sfudyingf?J, lounging
ond occasional cot naps.
Some last minuie outside reading and Viv McAuley wiil have that test
wiped out. The reserve desk is perpeiually in C1 slate of confusion and
hurried frenzy for it seems io be The policy of mos! sfudenls To do io-
morrow what you could have done iodoy.
in the Iibrory,
room, an index to the numerous periodicals contained
grecaf service To fhe sfuclenfs of NDSC.
Our homes away from home have a changing face,
But their effect on the resiclents, time canlt erase.
The inhabitants may change from year to year,
But the heart of the student shall always stay here.
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Nine months of the year home to the students of the NDSC are the
dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, veteran housing or private homes.
In this new environment they are exposed to a new way of living. To
co-operate and share with their fellow students, to study under the roar of continual
activity, to stand in line for the shower and the telephone, and to have parties and
gab fests at any time of the day or night.
In his proposed occupation an individual will not be able to work with
people until he knows people as a whole and their peculiarities, and realizes it takes
all kinds to make this world. College housing gives you this experience and also
establishes lasting friendships through constant association which you will cherish
all your life.
If you are in a mental slump or have failed your lab final there's always
someone to console you and assure you it could be worse, or if you get an A in the
mid-term or a date with that certain someone on campus there's always someone
to rejoice with you also.
Being independent of home and out in the world is a valuable experience for
the development of character and necessary for our future well being.
the laison group of the Greeks
Row 1: Victor Ziegler, Frank Mey-
ers, Norman Hanson, Jerry Herman,
James Beatty, Lorne Lorenz. Row
2: LaDo'n Johnson, Don Peterson,
David Peer, Barry Johnson, Gene
Evenson, Norman Lemmon.
Interfraternity Council . . . Norman Hansen, Ir., president . . . Iim
Beatty, vice president . . . Frank Meyers, treasurer . . . Ierome Herman,
secretary . . . Dean Stallings, advisor . . . membership of three men from
each fraternity chapter . . . sponsors the Interfraternity Ball each year
. . . Works with Panhellenic to make Greek week a success . . . governs
rushing . . . bet'ers relations among fraternities . . , stresses scholarship
Row 1: Ronnie Brandvold, Don
Howitz, Merrill Johnson, Alan
Schuhmacher, Joe Ruliffson, James
Rumpca. Row 2: Dean Stallings,
Harold Oberlander, Dennis Linde-
man, Kerry Murphy, Tom Radcliffe,
Row 'l: Pat Noclen, Beverly Lind, Terryl Ann Frank, Mary Peterson, Sandra Haas. Row 2: Ruth Morfenson,
Shirlene Schnell, Monica Scvugeau, Elaine Geizler, Pat Trom, Mariorie Cobb, Pat Turner.
Panhellenic Council . . . Sandra Haas, president . . . Pat Monson, secretary . . . Shirlene
Schnell, treasurer . . . Dean Dinan, advisor . . . two members are selected from each
sorority . . . governs rushing for the sororities and sets up regulations . . . sponsors rush-
ing kick-off party, several dances after games and the annual Charity Ball during the
Winter quarter . . . cooperates with the Interliraternity council in making Greek week
a success . . . presentiia plaque to the sorority with the highest scholastic record . . .
presents the girl witliiiithe highest average in each sorority with a scholarship bracelet
. . . the peaceniakers on campus.
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Alpha Gamma Delta
fired-up coecls on campus
Anna Moe Davis
Like all veteran college siudents Presndenf Elcnne Gelszler
apparently is enioying her second cup of coffee
Stampede! There is either cs fire drill or else at s dinner hme at ihe
Alpha Gum house.
Why so happy pledges? Lock your pledge
trainer in a closet or did they fell you ihat
you're going active? The pledges are:
Row 1: Joyce Tucker, Alvina Kassenborg,
Laura Jean Kist, Yvonne Johnston, Lynnal
Buchanan. Row 2: Judy Hunsfad, Nancy
Thompson, Lois Bursack, and Ethel Wal-
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . "All these girls are telling you, to Alpha Gamma Delta they'll
be true" . . . Elaine Geizsler, president . . . Ianet Thompson, vice president . . . Ioan
Zielsdorf, secretary . . . Erlys Fernow, treasurer . . . Christmas orphan party with SAE's
. . . Mother-Daughter Christmas party . . . Feast of Roses Banquet . . . Panhellenic Scholar-
ship Plaque for third consecutive year . . . term parties . . . Senior breakfast . . . Founders
day . . . first place in Spring Sing . . . Notables include, Ioan Zielsdorf, president of Phi
Upsilon Omicron, Senior Staff . . . Erlys Fernow, Senior Staff . . . Elaine Geizler, Senior
A Staff . . . Ianet Thompson, president of Women's Senate . . . most fired-up sorority on
The pledges ore either enioying an
extremely ridiculous 'fashion or are
planning a trick on the actives. They
ore row 1 Jean Ann Nelson, Harriet
Fark, Bonnie Gerrells, Mary Meek-
strothp row 2 Gwen Dove, Arlene
Olson, Sharon Zuelke and Maggie
Gamma Phi Beta . . . "G-A-double M-A, P-H-l-spells Gamma Phi" . . . IoAnn Willert, president . . . Bonnie
Litzinger, vice president . . . Ioan Nelson, secretary . . . Erlys Mischa, treasurer . . . Christmas orphan party
with the ATOS . . . hostesses for regional conference . . . Bromo Bowl . . . term parties . . . Senior Breakfast
. . . Founder's Day banquet . . . slumber parties . . . put to shame by Sigma Chis in Sweepathon downtown
Fargo . . . first place Brevities production act and Ugly Man con'est . . . second place Homecoming float . . .
outstanding members: IoAnn Willert, Senior Staff . . . Ioan Nelson, Northwest campus cover girl and Sweet-
heart of Sigma Chi . . . four cheerleaders , . . Erlys Mische, state Winner of the Make it With Wool contest
. . . Karen Sluka, social editor of the Spectrum . . . the Gamma Phis are the only sorority on campus that
tackle fraternity men.
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Jean Ann Nelson
Gamma Phi Beta
cn smile for all
Presidenf JoAnn Willeri, like all home ec maiors,
keeps fab on Yhe latest Trends in The confusing world
of women's fashions.
The Gamma P'hi's are proud to have the dis-
iincfion of leaving fhe only blushing pink house
Kappa Alpha Theta
achieved their goal
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lt has been said, presidents of sororities should be
versatile. Mary Hagen displays versatility and
mechanical inclinage by operating the phonograph.
"People in glass houses never throw
stones or take baths during the day-
time," shall be the motto of the Thetas.
Their beautiful new house gives an ultra
modern touch to Sorority circle.
Sugar and spice and everything nice,
that's what Theta pledges are made
of. They are row 'l Beverly Belno-p,
Marilyn Ellis, Grace Webb, Phyllis
Diede and Sharon Hanson, row 2
Dianne Lynn, Bonnie Westphal, Jerry
Sinner, Bonnie Hericksfad, Sally Rich-
ards, Mary Platt, Joan Watt, and
Mary E. Anderson.
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . "live got the Hay Ray, Rah De Do Da. l've got the Theta
House Bluesi' . . . Mary Hagen, president . . . Wilma Husband, vice president . . .
Barbara Pederson, secretary . . . Christmas orphan party with the Sigma Chis . . . second
place Bison Brevities producion act . . . term parties . . . Spring pie party . . . enjoyed
entertaining Fred Waring and especially Fred Waring Iunior . . . Noted members
include: Wilma Husband, Tryota president . . . IoAnn Iohnson, secretary of Women's
Senate and vice president of Tryota . . . the Theta's dream of a new house is now
Z1 reality. 1
1 Mavis Nash
Maureen Van Slyck
"And then she fold me that
he said-." The KD pledges
row I Darlene Reich, Judy
Flafen, Arlene Gifford, row
2 Corinne Johnson, Marty
Connelly, Mary McDonald,
Lorraine Dosch, Ruth Berge,
row 3 Pat Larson, Kathleen
Rowan, catch up on the
Kappa Delta . . . "Ya-da, ya-da, ya-da be a Kappa Delt" . . . Sandra Haas, presi-
dent . . . Mary Platz, vice president . . . Pat Hagen, secretary . . . Carole Mandigo,
treasurer . , . Founderis day . . . Christmas party for orphans with AGRs . . .
Mother-Daughter Christmas party . . . reknown slumber parties . . . term parties
fof coursej . . . Senior Breakfast . . . most interesting float at Homecoming, a
Worm With 36 legs . . . Outstanding members include: Iackie Iungers, Rho Chi
and Kappa Epsilon fraternities . . . Susan Wheeler, president of Women's Resi-
dence Hall . . . Sandra Haas, president of Panhellenic council . . . an active group
of girls who enjoyed each other and were enjoyed by their classmates.
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never a dull moment
The spic and span house of the KDs sports a new coat of green and
white paint, the sorority's colors no less.
President Sandy Haas reminisces over the sorority scrap-
book filled with accounfs of the group's many activities.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
hold the key to success
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President Judy Sherwood has many
things to be happy about this year, what
with the new house and all.
The beautiful new Kappa house with its bevy of
The Kappa pledges make their
first formal appearance at
pledge presentation. The
pledges include, row 1 Tama-
ra Baker, Beverly Tyson, Karen
Lenaberg, Lela Larson, Lois
Williams, Veronica Peters and
Darby Driscoll, row 2 Vivian
McAuley, Lavonne Biel, Pat
Moore, Jane Higgins, Maureen
Steigman, Bonnie Adams, Jan-
ice Bakken, and Janice Appe-
Kappa Kappa Gamma . . , "Kap-pa, Kap-pa, Kap-pa Gam-ma, I am so happy that
I am a" . . . Iudy Sherwood, president . . . Gloria Lloyd, vice president . . . Lois
Hulstrand, secretary . . . Beverly Pfeifer, treasurer . . . Founder's day . .I . Valentine
party for orphans . . . term parties . . . Gamma Tau picnic with the Sigma Chis . . .
Senior Breakfast . . . highest sorority scholarship . . . first place curtain act for
Brevities . . . Iudy Sherwood, president of Senior Staff . . . Iayne Lee, commander
of Air Debs . . . Sweethearts, Sally Anderson, Ann Whiting, and Gloria Lloyd . . .
beautiful new house, just right for parties.
i Carol Moe
Teddy Jo Paulson
The eighi charming pledges of
Phi Mu. They are row I Lyla
Asmundson, Shirley Brandsfed,
row 2 Arliss Simonson, Elea-
nor Sandbeck, Teresa Draeger,
row 3 Sharon Levine, Joyce
Jacques, Genevieve Kovell.
Phi Mu . . . i'Are you a Phi Mu? Yes, Pm a Phi Mun . . . Beth Turner,
president . . . Ioyce Kirkhus, vice president . . . Grace Iackson, secretary
. . . Ioan Lindbo, treasurer . . . orphan's Halloween party with SPDs . . .
Founder's Day Banquet . . . term parties . . . received district scrapbook
award . . . Outstanding members are: Pat Noden, Senior Staff and Rho
Chi . . . Beth Turner, vice president of Women's Senate . . . Ioyce Kirk-
hus, vocalist for Paul Hanson's orchestra, secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota
. . . happy group of gals who had fun together and enjoyed life.
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sisters through thick and thin
Official business or pleasure, Beth? Beth Turner, president
of the Phi Mus, in a typical campus pastime.
The campus domain of the Phi Mu chapter.
Alpha Gamma Rho
keep the home fires burning
The las? rose of summer. The rose in
Joe's lapel, that is, not Joe. Joe Rul-
iffson, presidenf of AGR and ihe
The Alpha Gamma Rho house
looms in the background as
the center of octiviiy of its
James Amundson, Richard Anderson,
James Austin, Leslie Breitbach, Don Bruse-
gaard, Gerald Buelow, James Costello,
Rubine Day, Harold DeHaven, James Del-
vo, Lyle Erickson, John Graham, Lyle Hart,
Don Haugen, Paul Haugen, Robert Herzog,
Don Holen, Frank Hughes, Willis Johnson,
Bob Kippen, Mike Malo, Bob Mountain,
Don McKenzie, Gerald O'Keefe, Sidney
Olson, Howard Schmidt, Gary Smith, Bob
Steffes, Dwayne Trautman, Hal Wade,
Alpha Gamma Rho . . . "Oh, the Devil below had a big convo" . . . Ioe Ruliffson,
president . . . Merrill Iohnson, vice president . . . Tom Gates, secretary . . . Christ-
mas Orphan party with the KD's . . . three term parties including the Pink Rose
Winter formal . . . has the only flying club on campus . . . took honors in the
1955 Brevities and Spring Sing . . . noted members on campus: Ioe Ruliffson,
Blue Key, Commissioner of Publications . . . Don Schwartz, Student Senate and
Blue Key . . . Merrill Iohnson, parade marshal . . . the aristocrats of agriculture
a close group united around a beautiful fireplace.
The AGR p edges on their
best behavior at pledge
The maestro himself,
Turk, entertains fellow
hairy chested members
Alpha Tau Omega . . . "We are the great big hairy chested menu . . . Frank Meyers,
president . . . Mike Fogel, vice president . . . Loren Bjornson, secretary . . . Roy
Cederstrom, treasurer . . . Bromo Bowl with the Gamma Phis . . . only frat that
tackles coeds . . . first place ticket sales for Brevities . . . second place Homecoming
float . . . first place intramural football . . . orphan's Christmas party . . . outstanding
members: Mike Fogel, president of Blue Key . . . lack Larson, station manager of
campus radio . . . Lee Iohnson, editor of the Spectrum . . . Iohn Larum, president of
Arnold Air Society . . . one of the most united fraternities on campus.
Gary Abrahamson, Bernard Altenburg,
Charles Amundson, Duane Arten, Jay
Bergquist, Hilary Bertsch, William Buck,
Ronald Burt, Harold Eberhard, Gene Fos-
ter, James Graham, Jack Halbert, Harlan
Harrington, Lyle Huizenga, Daniel John-
son, Martin Kalnins, Richard Kielland, Dale
Larsen, Jerry Lien, James Linskey, Harold
Lynch, James Maetzold, Bryan McDaniel,
Ralph Miller, Gerald Monson, Scott Mont-
gomery, William More, George Platt, Ron-
ald Scheltens, Wayne Schnell, Robert
Sevde, Harold Shattuck, Dole Sorenson,
Gordon Sorenson, Jerome Staska, Richard
Sturlaugson, Gale Taverna, James Theile,
Thomas Ulness, Winifred Williams.
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Alpha Tau Omega
all for one, one for all
Afhletes, scholars and leaders, all are at home in fhe impressive
Alpha Tau Omega house.
"OK, guys le1"s foe the line and win the Bromo Bowl ihis year,"
warns Prexy Frank Meyers.
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if you want to cooperate
The wcrd you're looking For is c-o-w, Gaylord. Besides
being an expert Scrabble player, Gaylord Olson is
President of The Co-op House.
Co-op House, the campus retreat and home of
future leaders in Agriculture.
Apprentices, Row I: George Gaeser,
Carl Amb, Robert Kummeih, Jack
Liffrig. Row 2: Wayne Sabbe, Dale
Saunders, Nick Rice, Dennis Alexander,
David Schmidt, Wayne Hozelfon, Colin
Syverson. Row 3: Don Zahuree, Keith
Noess, Bob Ozburn, Ecl Hengemuehler,
Farmers Union Cooperative Association . . . better known as the Co-op House . . . mem-
bership is offered to all male students interested in cooperative movements . . . provides
room and board for its members while giving them a practical application of cooperative
principles . . . this year organized a student credit union for its members . . . participated
primarily in agricultural activities . . . held several term parties . . . Farmers Union Loc-al
Banquet is an annual affair . . . plan to build a new chapter house in the near future . . .
outstanding members include Gaylord Olson and Mike Sund . . . officers include: Gaylord
Olson, president . . . Holger Fog, vice president . . . Harold Solberg, secretary . . . Raymond
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ploy one of their many fal-
ents as they gather around
Farmhouse Fraternit . . . "Let,s five a cheer for Farmhouse scholarshi ,
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. . . Ierome Pekas, vice president . . . David Lund, secretary . . . Ardon
Herman treasurer . . , one of the newest national fraternities on cam us
. . . bou ht a new house . . . Founder's Da . . . term arties . . . have
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received Inter-fraternity Council Scholarship Trophy for three successive
quarters . . . outstanding members include: Ken Dekrey, president of Saddle
St Sirloin . . .David Lund, president of 4-I-I . . . LaDon Iohnson, president of
Alpha Zeta . . . and numerous scholarship winners . . . A friendly group
of guys who use their infelligence to advantage.
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brains In agriculture
The pride and 'oy of the Farmhouse Fraternity-iheir recently acquired chapier
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parries, picnics and balls
Man of disfinciion -James Rumpca, prexy of Kappa Psi
Cenfral environment of the pill pushing
pharmacists, the Kappa Psis.
Rodney Anderson, Cal Asendorf, Daniel
Baranick, James Brand, Lowell Barnum,
Ronald Bartz, Ray Berger, Paul Boehm,
Clark Crum, Roger Elmore, Charles Frisch,
Darrell Goldfine, Saul Golclfine, Gary Hur-
nes, Jim Karsi, Mathew Kaufzman, .lim
Kennedy, Phillip Larke, Don Moe, Michael
Myrdal, Blaine Myhre, Tom Offerdahl,
Richard Olness, Ervin Reufher, Masa Riki-
maru, Kenneth Ryan, Darrell Thorsell.
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Kappa Psi . . . "We are poor pharmacists who have failed our course, Pills, Pills, Pills" . .
james Rumpca, president . . . Ierome Hermann, vice president . . . Ken Sack, secretary . . .
were hosts to a regional convention . . . two term parties . . . a Sweetheart Ball where
Gloria Lloyd was selected first sweetheart . . . many picnics and impromptu affairs . . . one
of the most fired up fraternities on campus . . . outstanding members: Bob Gion, vice
president of Blue Key . . . Alan Schumacher, president of StudentiUnion Activities Board
. . . lack Southam, president of Rahjahs . . . plan to visit national convention in Chicago
for educational reasons only, of course . . . most social fraternity on campus, they have a
table perpetually reserved in the Union.
Every Kappa Psi pledge
should have a fraternity
mug-they can always be
used as a bookend.
ls this that infamous day after the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . "Hail to Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and to Minerva, who
will lead us oni' . . . Tom Radcliffe, president . . . Guy Enabnit, vice president
. . . Gerry Stock, secretary . . . Ronald Gjertson, treasurer . . . Christmas party for
orphans . . . term parties including the "suppressed desire' fall party and Sweet-
heart ball in the spring . . . Ann Whiting was selected Dreamline girl . . . centen-
nial Foundefs day celebration . . . won first place Intramural Basketball trophy
. . . isolationists off campus whose inlluence can be felt anyway . . . B.M.O.C.
include: Delbert Schoephoerster, Blue Key . . . Tip Miller, Blue Key and Student
Senate . . . Dick Monson, Student Senate . . . the SAES are still dreaming of their
new house in the future.
David A. Anderson, Milton Berg, William
Bissel, Clifford Christianson, Robert De-
Jardine, Gerald Erickson, Parker Erickson,
Gerald Everson, Gordon Friede, Roger
Granlund, Donald Halvorson, Dennis Hel-
goe, Dale Hegreberg, Allen Henderson,
Frank Hollands, Keith Johnson, Winton
Johnson, Michael Jones, Lawrence Krem-
ers, Donald Lervold, Stan Lundine, James
McDonald, David Menge, Marvin Miller,
Robert Myhre, Ronald Pepper, Theodore
Rotenberger, John Rude, Daryll Rued, Fred
Stover, Clifford Sund, Phillip Thiel, Gary
Thomasson, Charles Trangsrud, Elroy Wag-
ner, Robert Walker, Darryl Willison, Rich-
ard Woodward, William Hohn, Leon Le-
Rud, Wayne Braaten, Edwin Forsythe.
Vergil W. Suckuf
Henry A. Trangsrud
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The 5AE's chapier house, being several blocks off campus, provides its
members wifh much needed exercise fha? keeps them in iip-Top shape.
Perhaps some sorority houses should move off campus also.
Prexy Tom Radcliffe always keeps Fuibrite floor polish
close at hand - it has so many uses!
home and habitat of Steve Canyon
Philip Hurd V '- -fy
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Larry Lanz :ii
The country mansion of the Sigma Chi's used 'For a lodge on overnight hikes.
The Lord of ihe Manor, Prexy Lorne Lorenz relaxes by
iheir mammoth 'Fi replace.
Paul Anderson, Walter Balmer, Dallas
Boeddeker, Pete Brunelle, Donovan Carl-
son, Ward Dunkirk, August Fischer, Joe
Grim, Ron Hiemlstad, John Huntley, Or'
ville Kensok, Wayne Kerr, Kenneth Kos-
kela, Harvey Klee, John Kuppich, John
Lohman, Chuck Meckstroth, Jerry Melville,
Justin Murray, Bob O'Kee'Fe, Morris Ostmo,
Lowell Pals, James Pettinger, Loren
Stangelond, .lim Gronhord, John Schmitz,
There's nothing like a man-to-man talk over the rear of the TV set.
Sigma Chi . . . "Mammy's little baby loves Sigma, Sigma" . . . Lorne Lorenz, president . . . Norman Han-
son, vice president . . . Byron Webb, secretary . . . Don Schatz, treasurer . . . patio party-was a bit chilly
this year . . . annual homecoming smorgasbord . . . Selected Ioan Nelson as sweetheart . . . orphan's party
at Christmas with Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Gamma Tau picnic with Kappas . . . second place Brevities pro-
duction act . . . second place Homecoming house decorations . . . outstanding members are Norm Hanson,
president of lnterfraternity Council . . . Glen Hill, co-captain of football team . . . Don Peterson, publicity
of campus radio . . . surrounded by sororities, the Sigs are the happiest frat on campus.
Bob Barrows, Bill Lylle, Lyle
Madson, Melvin Midgley,
Maynard Miller, Arne Ny-
gard, Bob Sogard, Dennis
Whai's The mailer fellows?
Dial the photographer inter-
rupt your conversation?
Sigma Phi Delta . . . "lfVe are all Sigma Phi Delta's, the coming leaders of the engineerng world" . . . Victor
Ziegler, president . . . Vernon Iohnson, vice president . . . Eugene Gross, secretary . . . Duane Olson, treas-
urer . . . Orphan's Halloween party with Phi Mus . . . Founders Day banquet . . . two formal term parties
. . . hard times art . . . first lace intramural softball . . . first lace homecomin house decoration . . . first
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place snow sculpture . . . Noted members on campus are . . . Victor Ziegler, Blue Key, student senate,
Union Board commissioner . . . lim Beatty, Spectrum sports editor, vice president of lnherfraternity Coun-
cil . . . Lawerence Meyer, Blue Key . . . an active group of engineers with great ambitions.
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Sigma Phi Delta
the social engineers
The home of the SPD's may appear to be a peaceful domain but don't let appearances fool
you. Danger, engineers at work!
Supposedly engrossed with the game of crib-
bage is President Vic Ziegler. Actually he's
trying to decide whether to continue playing
or to hit the books for that engineering exam.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
old timers but yet so new
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Prexy Don Howitz believes that every fraternity should have a
Bison head -you never know when it might come in handy.
The home of the newest notional fraternity on campus-
Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Bob Barretie, John Boacher,
John Brockmier, Leroy
Brekke, Tom Farley, Marvin
Hage, Ed Hamernik, Al Han-
son, Lewis Hanson, Tony
Horner, Harry Hufter, Al
Larson, Gary Nelson.
Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . "We'll sing a toast to TKE,
her honor we'll uphold" . . . Don Howitz, president
. . . Dennis Lindemann, vice president . . . Dennis Maas,
secretary . . . Dave Davis, treasurer . . . newest na-
tional fraternity on campus, joined national in May
1955 . . . Has a term party each quarter . . . Founderls
day banqixet . . . a valentines party for orphan's . . .
Alumni banquet in the spring . . . will elect first sweet-
heart this spring . . . outstanding members include:
Lyle Miller, FFA secretary . . . Frank Gunderman,
president of intramural sports . . . a closely united
brotherhood, whose future looks bright.
Harlan Ornbreck I
Don't look so glum fel-
lows, finals are three
Lynn Anderson, Brad Brekke,
James Breum, Charles Bopp,
Dennis Campbell, Art Cervinka,
Conrad Dahl, Louis Davis, Roger
Diehl, Roger Dusferud, Bruce
Fergusson, Dennis Ferrin, Con-
rad Giesler, Eugene Gleeson,
Rollie Hicks, Neal Leum, Rol-
land Lielke, Arnold Nelson,
Duane Paulson, Owen Perkins,
Don Remillong, Gerry Rode-
bauch, Dean Sharp, Sharon
Shepard, Lavern Talley, Don
Tucker, Don Wenaas, Wayne
Werner, Jim Winter,
The fun-loving men on campus in a very rare distinguished moment.
Theta Chi . . . "We are the Ioyboys of Theta Chi" . . . Mel Ostby, commander
and chief . . . Gerry Stock, vice president . . . Tom Pfenning, secretary . . . Kerry
Murphy, treasurer . . . orphan's party at Easter time . . . Pig banquet . . . selected
Dream girl, Sally Anderson . . . regional conclave . . . first place in homecoming
float . . . term parties . . . like to have a good time . . . outstanding members:
Merlin Ludwig, president of Student Government . . . Emil Zueger, co-captain of
the football team . . . Hal Miller, Blue Key . . . Mel Ostby, illustrious editor of
this publication . . . Byran Gackle, program director of campus radio . . . :1
group of fellows who excel in leadership.
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united we stand
This is one of the many ways windows get broken in the impressive
Theta Chi house.
ls that a little black book we see in your pocket, Mel or are
you calling on fraternity business? Mel Ostby, President of
Theta Chi is engaged in one of his favorite occupations.
The officers and housemoll-ner of Women's
Residence hall, Mrs. Piers, Sue Wheeler, Pat
Trom, Mory Platz and Grace Webb, enioy the
conveniences of the main lounge.
Any girl would gladly give up her daily rofion
of bubblegum to have a vanity such as this.
Even Grace Webb would.
"Well girls, it seems to me- but then
you never con be too sure."
Wox11en's Residence Hall . . . home of upper class Women at
NDSC . . . the council includes: Susan Wheeler, president . . .
Pat Trom, vice president . . . Grace Webb, secretary . . . Mary
Platz, treasurer . . . sponsored Homecoming queen . . . recipi-
ent of many strange signs . . . music, chatter and laughter,
there's never 21 dull moment . . . card parties . . . all night birth-
day parties . . . all the conveniences of home, washing machines,
driers and kitchenettes . . . Christmas party . . . no man's land
Could it be an incident in the lub or
the plight of cz fellow coed that has
Pot and Dick engrossed in Teddy Jo's
all the conveniences of home
Believe it or not coeds study in Wom-
en's Residence-or do they?
To the library: to the sorority housep To the
movies or maybe even going crazy can be
'found in the check out book.
Dorm Council of Ceres Hall: Joan Lia,
Mary Altenbernd, Beva Fegley, Sharon
Hartl, Janet Christopher, Dorothy Tom-
merdahl, Peggy Buchanan, and Elaine
O.K. gals, one more rousing chorus of
the "Green and Yellow" and then you
must hit the books.
LaVonne takes advantage of the most
popular spot in the dorm. The reason for
no chair is that they don'f wont you to
be too comfortable, there's a three minute
limit you know.
Don't let the girls fool you,
they're actually waiting for a
telephone call from their favor-
With the sinister machine that lures poor
defenseless coeds away from their studies
in the background, the gals in Ceres Hall
gather around f:r a group shot. They
are Elaine Willy, Nancy Johnson, Dorothy
Tommerdahl, Karen Ritchie, Ellen Maltrud,
Mary Altenbernd, Peggy Buchanan,
Maureen Steigman, LaVonne Biel, Carol
Roeseh, Joan Lia, and lone Vosseteig.
Why Mary, what are those pictures on your
bulletin board? . . . perfume bottles? . . . milk
bottles? . . . Coke? . . .
It s pretty late to be signing out so LaVonne must
be checking in under the motherly eye of Mrs.
constant hub bub
Ceres Hull . . . the girls, dorm which Freshmen call home
between their social functions . . . always Z1 hub-buh of excite-
ment . . . dorm parties . . . gab fests . . . general horse play is
the rule . . . received improved dorm hours . . . minor crises
are prevalent at all times . . . problems are discussed and solved
by the dorm council under the direction of social director, Mrs.
Mildred Kirst . . . officers include, Peggy Buchanan, president
. . . Dorothy Tommerdahl, vice president . . . Karen Ritchie,
secretary . . . Beva Fegley, treasurer.
there's no place like home
Men's Dorms . . . noisy corridors . . . tele-
phones ringing . . . after One, bull sessions
. . . Water fights . . . pictures of queen candi-
dates and pinups . . . card games . . . buzzing
electric shavers . . . general horseplny . . . occa-
sional hours of study and echoing silence . . .
constitute life in the menis dorms . . . Dakota
Hall, West Ceres Hall, Men's Residence Hall
and the Fieldhouse Barracks.
Women certainly are expensive luxuries when you have to pay a dime to call them
One of the most popular places at Men's Residence is at the pay phone.
There Comes q time in a man's life when he must shave- Hot Diggety my new issue of "Playboy" or could it be "Time"?
whether he needs it or not. Gordy Peterson is going through Arne is set for the evening with his letter from home and the
the weekly ritual. magazine, Who knows, he may even find time to study. A
Study, siudy, study
Gathered around the "wireless sei" in breoihless
anticipation are residents of Wes? Ceres . . .
will the Lone Ranger cafch the bodmen?
Thaf's quife a rogue's gal-
lery you have fellows. Does
it lend moral support or do
you find fhey hinder your
crazy, mixed up dorm life
A lull-a very brief one I assure you-during the evening at Dakota
Hall. College would be ideal if it weren'f for that pesky studying.
"l'll race you to The little boy's room-my hair is quite straight
tonight, l wonder if I should pin it up?-l had a shower last week,
do you suppose l'Il need one tonight?"
The guys at Dakota Hall study
in various garb, robes, street
clothes, paiamas-Bob Steffes
wears ca smile.
Oh, yes, all the luxuries of home, ihey're lust one big happy Family discussing ihe events Cor womenl
of the day.
Sfuelying, studying, sfudying, thut's all
ihey do in the Field House Barracks-rigluf
now The quesfion they're pondering is
whether cz bluff will beef an inside
Our college days last but it fleeting four years,
While we prepare for our various careers.
Our future can be insured in just one way:
We must use to advantage every hour, each d
Every student at the NDSC has some talent, no matter how insignificant
or valuable, to contribute to this school, some are leaders, some are followers
but all are necessary for the growth and progress of the school.
The achievements of many students havezbeen outstanding and have brought
recognition to themselves and this school. The achievements of other students,
although just as valuable, have not gained this recognition or are just in the
process of being developed.
It is a difficult task to select an individual from the senior class, whose
accomplishments have been more outstanding than his roommate's or his friends'.
It is quite possible that an outstanding student is not being recognized for we
are not qualified to judge the value of each contribution. Perhaps this list should
contain all five hundred members .of the Senior class for each individual
in his own way has contributed to the well being of this school and his classmates.
As in the past, this problem was up to an impartial committee composed
of four faculty members and six students of the Iunior class, who chose the
following twenty students for their outstanding achievements during their
THESE MADE THINGS GO
This year, contrary to the practice of years past, two groups of
seniors were chosen for honor due to their contributions to the college.
The first group was named OUTSTANDING SENIORS because of
their activities on a major level of many campus activities. They were the
group who were active in many fields and spearheaded at least one
major activity on campus.
A second group of students, REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS, was
also chosen this year. This group of seniors consists of people who cer-
tainly deserve special recognition but their activities were usually limited
to one or two special activities.
All of these seniors were considered scholars, leaders, followers, and
actively engaged in campus life.
Mike Fogel Charles Alorohomson
prefiaied in Blue Key
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pfefiaied in Phi Ujnilon Omicmn
Rdnjdb Vice President
Student Union Aetivitief Bodrd
Speetrurn Sports Editor
Little Country Thedter
Edwin Beetle Club
Phi Kdppu Plai
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Cotnnztoftonet qt Mnfio
W0men'J Senate Preyielemg
Alpha Gamma Delia
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Alpina Gamma R190 Peeyealemg
Commineener gf Pablieafiom
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Gamma Phe Beta Prefeaemg
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A PRAYER FOR THE FUTURE
The future of our college is planned by God's hand,
We want, we want, is our every command.
We want new buildings to replace the old,
But buildings without students are forebearing and cold,
We Want a learned faculty with many degrees,
With Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta keys,
We want to be recognized throughout the nation,
A school of high standards as our recommendation,
But "God may we have," should be our will,
For without His assistance our plans are nil,
God may this state college grow in fame,
With many new buildings, fine faculty and name,
A finer college in the future unfurled,
Means finer graduates to go forth in the world,
The NDSC can be the best it is said.
"We Want" is forgotten, "may We have" is our cry,
The future is ours, hold its honor high.
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"All good things must come to an end"-we're not certain this includes the
1956 Bison as a "good thingw but it must end also.
We may be disappointed that the flattering picture Qthat elidnit look a bit
like usj wasn't printed in the annual or our written masterpiece was filed in the
circular file, but as a whole weire quite satisfied with this record of that hectic
1955-56 school year.
Perhaps we did complain throughout the year that there wasn't time to do
everything, that the assignments were too long, the winter too cold, the spring too
wet, the books too expensive and the finals too difficult, but as We look back
through the annual We remember only the good times, the fun, and the many
resolutions and good intentions we never quite accomplished.
Every year this book will become more valuable to us. Imagine the delight in
showing our grandchildren these pictures of our college days when we were
Yes, 1955-56 was a wonderful school year for the NDSC and us, wasn,t it?
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Buchanan, Peggy CAAS-Sol Jamestown 252, 253, 145, 170, 33
Buchholz, Denis CPh-Srl Ashley 123, 185
Minn. 113, 167, 169,
TOWN 81 COUNTRY
"The autumn leaves ..........,......... ...A..,.....,. - .... ' ' one of the many songs
that Joyce has sung for the enioyment of the student body.
Chamberlain, William CIE 8a M-Srl Fargo 113, 171, 31, 202, 200
Chelgren, Gladys CAAS-Frj Minot
Christensen, Arthur CME-Fry Lucan, Minn. 157
Christian, Phalen CEE-Sol Fargo
Christensen, Curtis CEE-Srl Fargo 113, 166, 160
Christensen, Joe CAAS-Jrb Fargo 134
Christinson, Carol CAAS-Fri LaMoure
Christianson, Clifford CCE-Jrb Plaza 165
Christianson, Donald CCh-Gradb Fertile, Minn.
Christianson, Patricia CAAS-Fry Rolette 152
Christiansen, Roger CME-Frj Fertile, Minn.
Christopher, Janet CHE-Frl Medina 152, 192, 252
Churchill, James CPh-Jrl Herman, Minn. 238, 21, 45
Claffy, Lendobeja Dianne CHE-.Trl Fargo
Clairmont, Theodore CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Clarens, Richard CAAS-Jrj Alice 160
Clark, Bruce CAg-Sol Emrick
Clark, Marilyn CHE-Frl Emrick
Clemens, Grace CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Cliffgard, Arnie CEE-Srl Oakes
Coates, Lyle CCE-Frj Fargo
Cobb, Marjorie CAAS-Sol Fargo 220, 45
Cole, James CAAS-Sol Brainerd, Minn.
Coleman, Gordon CEE-Jrb Bismarck 205, 204
Compton. Orville CAAS-Srl Oberon 230, 103
Conner, Donald CME-Srl Devils Lake 244, 113, 167, 169
Connolly, Martha CAAS-Fri Fargo 224, 41
Conroy, Kenneth CEE-Sol Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Conzemius, Roby CCh-Srl Breckenridge, Minn. 107, 83
Cook, Robert CAg-Soy Glyndon, Minn.
Corneliussen, Philip CIEEZLM-Sol Fargo
Cornell, Darrell CArchE-Srl Fargo 136
Cornell, Kenneth QAAS-Soj Sauk Centre, Minn. 232
Cortese, Gene CPh-Srl Fargo 67, 58
Cortesi, Richard fAg-Srl Hinsdale, Ill.
Cory, Terry CEE-Sol Minot 205
Cosh, Robert CAg-Fri Herman, Minn. 242
Cossette, Clarence CAAS-Frl Fargo
Costello, James CAg-Frb Minto
Cox, David CEE-Jrj Fargo
Cramer, Lee CAeroE-Frl Sanborn
Cramer, Max CAAS-Sol Elgin, Ill.
Crandall, Diane CHE-Frl Forman 193, 183
Crary, Paul CAg-Jrh Fargo
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Crom, Robert CAAS-Gradb Fargo
Crum, Clark CPh-Sol Dunseith
Crum, Mildred CHE-Frj Dunseith 193
Cuff, James CME-Sol Windom, Minn.
Cullen, Lois CHE-Srl Sheldon 119, 134
Cummings, Charles CME-Fri Fargo
Cummins, John CCh-Srl Crosby 107
Cunningham, Downey CCh-Jrj Waukegan, Ill.
Current, Dale CArchE-Fry Fargo
Currie, Donald CEE-Frj Fargo
Dagner, Lyle CCE-Jrl Bottineau 164
Dahl, Conrad CAgE-Sol Wheaton, Ill.
Dahl, Ellen CAAS-Frl Rosholt, S. Dak.
Dahl, Francis CAAS-Gradl Casselton
Dahl, Lorraine CHE-Sol Badger, Minn. 153, 193, 194, 195
Dahl, Raymond CAg-Fry Borup, Minn.
Dahl, Richard CAAS-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Dahl, Robert CAg-Sol Park River 163
Dahlen, Arlan CAg-Frh Petersburg
Dahlen, Karen CAAS-Sol Fargo
Dahlin, Earl CIE8zM-Sol Fargo
Dahlstrom, Darrell CEE-Jrb Fargo
Dahm, Donald CCh-FrDFargo
Dalager, Ken CEE-Srl Glenwood, Minn. 113, 166
Daly, Eugene CPh-Srl Duluth, Minn. 238, 123, 133
Davenport, Roland CAAS-Fry Fargo
Davidson, Donald CCE-Srl Devils Lake 246, 164, 113
Davidson, Richard CAAS-Grady Minneapolis, Minn.
Davis, Anna Mae CHE-Sol Monango 218, 192, 194
David CCh-Jrj Dickinson 246
Davis, Earl CME-Jrj Fargo 169
Davis, Earl Louis CEE-Frj Page
Davis, Gary KAAS-Sol Wadena, Minn. 242
Dawson, Lyle CAg-Srl St. Anthony 236, 129, 98, 151
Dawson, Nancy KHE-Srl Fargo 220, 138, 119, 141, 132, 151
Day, Rubine CAg-Fri Moffit
Day, Tom CAAS-Sol Detroit Lakes, Minn. 83, 63, 68, 58
Deal, Joan CHE-Srl Doran, Minn. 220, 119, 33
Decoteau, Alfred CAg-Sol West Fargo
DeHaven, Harold CAg-Frj Garrison 191
Deibert, Richard CME-Fr? Fargo
Deibler, Frank CAg-SOD Granville
DeJardine, Robert CArchE-Sol Fargo
DeKrey, Kenneth CAg-Srl Pettibone 236, 191, 47
DeKrey, Theodore CAg-Frj Tappen 158
Delvo, Jack CME-Jrj Langdon 230
Delvo, James CIE Sz M-Fri Langdon
Delzer, Joan CAAS-Fri Napoleon 152, 182, 143
Denich, Darell CAgE-Jrb Kief
Denich, Glorine CHE-Jrb Kief 183
Detke, Fred CME-Srl Alamo 169, 137
Devine, James CEE-S05 Lakota
Devitt, Basill CME-Frb Fargo
Devries, Duane CArchE-S09 Valley City 242, 168
Dewey, Jon CAAS-Srl Forman 248, 4, 274, 175, 150
Dieber, Frank 161
'Diede, Phyllis CHE-Fry Richardton 223, 193, 4
Diehl, Roger CAgE-S07 Hillsboro
Digmert, Laurence CArchE-Srl Valley City 242, 113, 136, 202,
Digerness, Harris CEE-Jrj Fargo
Dilger, Richard CPh-Jrj Mandan
Ditch, Duane CEE-S05 Oakes 232
Dittus, Charles CME-Fri Fargo
Dittus, Francis CPhysics-Frj Fargo
Dittus, Hildegarde CAAS-Frb Fargo 53
Dittus, Myrna CAAS-Fry Fargo
Dockter, Loren CME-Frj Fangio 161
Dockter, Raymond CAeroE-Frj Linton
Dodds, Jackson CPh-Jr? New Rockford
Doeling, Kent CEE-S09 Fargo
Dolezal, Allan CME-Fry Killdeer
Doljanin, James CCE-Fry Chicago, Ill.
Dolter, Thomas CME-Frj West Duluth, Minn.
Dombeck, Raymond CEE-Fry Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Dosch, Lorraine CAAS-Frb Towner 224, 157
Dostert, Joseph CIE 8z M-Jr? Lonetree
Douville, Dennis CAg-Fri Neche
Dove, Gwen CHE-Fry Columbus 220, 192
Doyle, Irvin CAAS-S07 Fargo
Draeger, Teresa CAAS-Frj Hazelton 228
Driscoll, Darby CHE-Fri Moorhead, Minn. 227
Driscoll, John CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 240
Duckstad, Lisa CHE-Sol Ironwood, Mich. 224, 155, 182, 53
Duerre, Gerald CIE 8z M-Srl Mohall 169
Duerre, Kenneth CIE 8: M-Sol Mohall
Dufault, Larry CPH-S05 Oklee, Minn. 238
"Now this is strictly on the sly . . , l've put myself through college
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Duin, David CCE-Sol Fargo 165
Duin, Edward CME-Fry Wahpeton
Dullea, Margaret CHE-Sri Fargo
Dunbar, Michael CPh-Frb Wheaton, Minn.
Duncan, Marvin CAg-Jrl Calvin 129, 153, 162
Dunham, Dale CEE-S09 Fargo
Dunham, Donald CEE-S07 Fargo
Dunkirk, Ward CAAS-Frb Fargo 183
Dunnum, DeVerne CPh-Srj Pagle 123
Dura, Arthur CArchE-Soi Fargo
Dusek, Lester CAAS-Fri Fargo
Dustrud, Roger CME-Fri Fargo
Dybing, LeRoy CCh-Jrb Harvey 248, 131
Ebeltoft, David CAg-Grad! Fargo
Eberhard, Harold ClE 8x M-Frj Fargo
Ebling, Ann CHE-Jrj Barnesville, Minn. 218, 192, 159
Ebrahim-Nehorya, Nosratollah-Teheran, Iran
Edinger, Eldien CAg-Spb Comstock, Minn.
Edinger, Karen CAAS-Sol Fargo 226, 148, 172, 196 187 31
Edman, Philip Cfhgi-Fri Alvarado, Minn. 236
Edwards, Grace CAAS-Frl Wolverton, Minn.
Edwardson, James CAgE-Fri Carrington
Efaimson, George CArchE-Fry Bryant, S. Dak.
Eggan, Richard CArchE-Fri Fargo
Eggan, Robert CME-Sob Fargo 185
Egli, John CAgE-Srl New Salem 154, 114, 163
Ehlers, Elaine CAAS-Jrb Devils Lake 218
Ehrichs, Warren CME-Jrb Halstad, Minn. 183
Eidbo, Esther CAAS-Frj Fargo
Eidbo, Ethel CAAS-Fry Fargo
Eide, Mary CAAS-Sol Fango 224, 156
Eide, Rodney CME-Srl Fargo 113, 169, 81
Eissinger, Gerald CAg-Frb Medina
Elijah, Carroll CAAS-Sri Lisbon 103
Ellingson, Arnold CAgE-Soy Moorhead, Minn. 232, 163
Ellis, Marilyn CHE-Fri Fargo 223, 193, 53
Ellison, Otto CAAS-Srl Coral Gables, Fla. 103
Elmore, Roger CPh-Soy Brainerd, Minn.
Elofson, Dorothy CAAS-Frj Fargo 154, 183
Elofson, Stanley CAAS-Srl Fargo 154, 103, 158
Elston, Richard CEE-Srl Hope 114, 166, 84, 85
Elton, Ole CEE-Sol Fargo
Emerson, Terry CME-Srl Fango 114, 133, 169, 137, 202, 2
Emery, Frederick CAAS-Frl Fargo 52
Enabnit, Guy CAAS-Srl Fargo 103, 32, 202, 201
Enfield, Joan CAAS-Fri Osage, Minn.
Eng, Leonard CEE-Fri Fargo
Engebretson, Jerome CCE-Frl Frazee, Minn.
Engebretson, John CAAS-Jrl Devils Lake
Engebretson, Orland CCE-Fry Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Engebretson, Roger CME-Srl Litchville 114, 169, 202
Daniel CCE-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 164, 114
Alice CAAS-Fri Fargo
Clayton CAAS-Fri Fargo
Gayleen CAAS-Frl Dickinson
Merlin CCh-Frj Williston
Richard CCE-Fri Fargo 164
Roberta CPh-Sol Halstad, Minn. 222, 129, 145, 182, 159
Engh, Richard CME-Jrj Fargo 167, 169, 173, 205, 204
Engh, Thomas CME-Sol Fargo
Englund, Robert CEE-Jrl Twin Valley, Minn.
Enkhaus, Roland CME-Sol Staples, Minn.
Erickson, Alfie CEE-Sol Wade-na, Minn.
Erickson, Bernadine CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Erickson, Curtis CArchE-Jrl Fargo
Erickson, Duane O. QAg-Jrb Fargo 191, 134, 180
Erickson, Dwayne CAAS-Fri Kensal
Erickson, Gerald CME-Sol Nortonville
Eirikson, Howard CAg-Sol Edinburg
Erickson, John CEE-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Erickson, Leonard CEE-Jrb Fargo 161
Erickson, Lyle CAg-Sol Fargo
Erickstad, Roger CME-Srl Garske 232, 114, 171, 202, 201
Eriksmoen, Duane CAg-Jrh Leeds 248, 98, 180
Eriksmoen, Joyce CHE-Sol Leeds 224, 192, 182, 172, 143
Espe, Brian CAg-Fri Fargo
Evans, Jerry CAg-Frb West Fargo
Evanson, Ernest CAg-Fri Northwood
Evenson, Gene CCE-Srl Edgeley
Evenson, Milton CAg-Srl Fargo 98, 163
Evenstad, Joan CPh-Sri Fargo 224, 129, 123, 132
Everson, Gerald CME-Sol Granville
Evje, Ronald CAAS-Frl Fargo
"It gives me great pleasure, and I do mean a pleasure to .... - ...... -..
" Jack Southam has the reputation as the most "givinges1"
man on campus. Here he is presenting Dale Wallentine, the outstand-
ing athlete of the year, awarded at the Athletic Banquet.
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Fabian, Richard CCE-Sol Willowick, Ohio
Fadness, Quinten CME-Frl Baudette, Minn.
Fagerland, Janet CHE-Jrl Rolla 218, 27, 134, 192, 145,
Fark, Harriet CHE-Jr? Detroit Lakes, Minn. 220, 192,
Farley, Thomas CCh-Frj Jamestown 182
Farlow, Janet CHE-Srl Wahpeton 228, 119
Farnurn, Bruce CCh-Jrb Fargo 244, 182, 158, 173, 185, 203
Faught, Richard CAg-Fri Absaraka 81
Feeney, James CIE 8zM-Sol Fargo 177, 90
Fegley, Beva CHE-Fri Berthold 181, 193, 252
Fehr, Mary CHE-S07 Wimbledon 157, 192
Feick, Wesley CAgE-Fri Neche
Ferguson, Jay CCE-Frj Forest River
Ferguson, Richard CAAS-Jrl La Grange, Ill.
Ferguson, Robert CPh-Fri Sydney 182
Fernow, Erlys CHE-Srl Enderlin 218, 138, 119, 133, 144, 145
Ferrin, John CPh-Frj Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Fiala, Harvey CEE-Jrj Forman 156, 183
Fiedler, Robert CAg-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Finifrock, Leon CAg-Frl Barnum, Minn.
Finseth, Oliver CPh-Sol Fargo
Fischer, August CArchE-Frj Leonard
Fisher, David CAAS-Fry Minneapolis, Minn.
Fisher, Ed QCE-Fri Fargo
Fisher, Franklin CAAS-Sol Fargo 232
Fischer, Joseph CCh-Srl Schenectady, N. Y. 156, 107, 178
Fisher, Mrs. Marvel CAAS-Spb Fargo
Fischer, Marvin CEE-Sol Thompson 246
Fisher, Neil CAAS-Srl Fargo
Fitz, Lynn CPh-Srl Miles City, Mont. 238, 123, 140, 133
Fitzloff, Gail CHE-Srl Fargo 220, 138, 119, 133, '183, 172
Fjelstad, Jerome CEE-Fry Kindred
Fjestad, Orian CAg-Fri Dahlen 183
Flakoll, Alden Ckg-Srl Forbes 98, 163
Flanders, Fred CAg-Sol Minot 230, 180, 41
Flaten, Judith CHE-Frb Park River 224, 152, 192, 159
Flatt, Marvin CAgE-Fry Fargo
Flemmer, Arthus CAAS-Frl Jud
Flesberg, Harvey CAg-Jrb Argusville
Flick, Burton CAg-Srl Fargo
Flint, Clare CHE-Sol Fargo 194, 195
Flynn, Kenneth CEE-Jrj Minot 184, 78, 77, 75, 73, 70
Banquets, banquets, banquets - this certainly looks like a festive
affair. The Athletic Recognition Banquet was founded this year and
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Fog, Gunnar CME-Jrb Lisbon
Fosg, Holger CAg-Jrl Lisbon 180, 190
Fogel, Michael CCh-Srl Fargo 232, 128, 107, 132, 183, 171, 33,
202, 200, 42, 261
Folden, Donovan CPh-Sol Fargo
Folstrom, Raymond CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Folstrom, Ruth CHE-Sol West Fargo 157, 192, 172, 194,
Fontaine, Wayne CAAS-Frb Grand Forks
Ford, Kenneth CAg-Frj Valley City
Ford, Robert CAg-Srl Fargo
Fordahl, Harold CAg-Srl Hettinger
Forsyth, Edwin CCh-Sol Fargo
Forsyth, Michael CAAS-Fri Fargo
Fortin, Edward CAAS-Sr? Devils Lake 103
Fortney, Elizabeth CAAS-Srl Fargo 103, 97
Foss, John CME-Frl Moorhead, Minn. 81
Fossay, Sally CHE-Jrh Moorhead, Minn. 218, 159
Fossum, Lowell CEE-Fry Moorhead, Minn.
Fossum, Verlin CCE-Fry Williston 165
Foster, Gene CA'g-S07 Brandin
Fowler, James CAg-SOD Arthur 230, 191, 162
Fox, Gaylord CIE8zM-Soy Minot
Fox, John CPh-Sol Fargo
Fraase, Mark CME-Srl Buffalo
Fraase, William CAg-Fry Buffalo 204
Francis, Albert CME-Gradj Fargo
Frank, Charles CME-Jrl Belfield 167
Frank, Terryl CHE-Jrj Fargo 222, 156, 28, 24, 23, 22, 19
Franze, John CChJ 178
Frazer, Jack CPh-Jrb Marshall, Minn. 238
Frederick, Nancy CHE-Soy Fargo 218, 192, 4, 172, 194
Frederick, Vernard CAg-Sol Flasher 190
Frederickson, Fred CAg-Jrj Moorhead, Minn. 180
Freedland, Wayne CAg-Fr? Harwood
Fregien, Elmer CPh-Sol Jamestown
Freidig, Raynard CAgE-Fri Center
French, Ernest CAgEJ 163
Friede, Gordon CAAS-Sol Chinook, Mont. 184, 58, 61
French, Herbert CAgEJ 163
Friederichs, James CEE-Fri Foxhome, Minn.
Friend, Ilene CHE-Fr? Gardner 193, 183, 159, 34
Friese, Charles KAAS-Grad? Fargo
Frisby, John CIE 8: M-Frj Fargo
Frisch, Charles fPh-S07 Fargo
Friskop, Arvid CAg-Soj Wyndmere
Fromson, Leonard CIE8.: M-Fry Winnipeg, Canada
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Frost, Harvey CPh-Sri Fargo 123, 140
Fuchs, Leslie CME-Soy New Salem 240, 199
Fuglestad, Jon CPh-Soi Moorhead, Minn.
Fuglie, Winton CAg-Jrb Fargo 180
Fulton, Maynard CAg-Frj Golden Valley 181
Funfar, Edward CEE-Fri Lidgerwood
Gaarder, Gene CEE-Fri Park River
Gackle, Bryan CAAS-Srl Kulm 248, 103, 131, 193
Gagstetter, Mrs. Noel CAAS-Spb Fango
Galbreath, Jeannine CAAS-Jrj Enderlin
Gallagher, Kenneth CAg-Frb Jamestown 191
Gamache, Eugene 240, 76, 77, 70, 80, 83
Gamache, Larry CEE-Sol Fargo
Gamache, Orrin CCE-Srl Lisbon 114
Gange, Anthony CME-Fri Balfour
Gannarelli, Darrell CAAS-Jrj Keewatin, Minn.
Gard, George CAAS-Jrj Fargo 182
Gardner, Frank iPh-Fri Backus, Minn.
Gates, Gordon CPh-Sr? Erie
Gates, Thomas CAg-Srb Fargo 230, 98, 171, 202
Gathman, Francis CArchE-S03 Berthold 160
Gebhard, James CCE-Jrb Moorhead, Minn. 244, 165, 171
Gebhart, Roger CAAS-S03 Wahpeton 184, 78, 63, 70, 58
Gebur, Rae CHE-Fri Calvin 155, 181, 193
Geek, Wallace CPh-Srj Dickinson 238, 123
Gehring, Dennis CCE-Jrb Bottineau 164
Geiszler, Elaine CHE-Srj Minot 218, 138, 119, 146, 134, 132, 144,
145, 149, 159, 262
Geiszler, Martin CChem-Frj Ashley 182
Gendreau, LaRae CHE-Sol Walhalla 220, 170
Gentile, Richard CPh-Sol Keewatin, Minn.
Gentzkow, Frank CAg-SOD Fango 191
Gerardy, Robert CAAS-Srl Fargo 103
Gerling, LaVerne CEE-Jrj Ellendale
Gerntholz, Gerald CAg-Fri Sanborn 236, 190
Gerrells, LaVon CAAS-Fry Fargo 220
Gerteis, Katherine CHE-Srj Syracuse, N. Y. 220, 119, 187, 186,
Gerth, Fred CAg-Sol Fargo 180, 161
Gess, David CArchE-Sol Fargo
Geston, Magnus CArchE-Gradb Edinburg
Geston, Robert CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Geving, Darlene CHE-Srb Parshall 119, 193, 159, 194, 195
Gibson, Donald CPh-Sol Duluth, Minn.
Gibson, Dorothy CHE-Frj Leonard 157, 192
Gienger, Alton CPh-Frj Jamestown
Giese, James CAeroE-Srl Fargo 114, 199,'186, 142
Giesler, Conrad CAgE-Fri Crystal Springs
Gifford, Arlene CHE-Fr? Gardner 224, 193
Gilbertson, Edward CME-Frj Fargo
Gilbertson, Elwood CME-Fry Fargo
Gilbertson, Tom CAAS-Sol Hickson
Gilbery, James CAgE-Jrb Moorhead, Minn. 163
Gion, Robert CPh-Srl Regent 238, 128, 123, 22, 23, 146, 147, 132
148, 183, 150, 42, 263
Gjertson, Ronald CEE-JrJ Lisbon
Gleeson, Eugene CEE-Fry Chicago, Ill.
Gludt, Mary CHE-Frj Fargo 192, 159
Goedert, Douglas CArchE-Srl Fargo 240, 114, 168, 136
Goellen, Richard CME-Fry Cogswell
Goeser, George CA4g'-Fri Calio 156, 234, 235, 204
Goldader, Bernard CME-Sol Fargo 167
Godfine, Darrell CPh-Jrj Fargo
Goldfine, Solomon CPh-Jrb Fargo
Gompf, James CAAS-Srl Fargo
Gorder, Reggie CAg-Jrj Bottineau 230, 128, 135,
174, 182, 46
Gordhammer, Audrey 134
Gores, William CME-Sol Bisbee 246, 161
Grabarkowitz, Paul CAAS-Gradh Fargo
Graham, James CEE-Fry Rugby
Graham, John CAg-Frb Oberon
Granlund, Roger CEE-Sol Nelson, Minn.
Grau, Roger CAeroE-Sr? Walhalla 114, 169, 137
Graupman, Elaine CHE-Srl Bowdon 119, 134
Green, James CAAS-Sol Towner 232
Green, Joanne CAAS-S03 Fargo
Gregory, Joseph CAAS-Sol Fargo
Gretter, Gary CEE-Frb Fargo
Grewatz, Burdette CArchE-Sol Edgeley
Grewatz, Wanda CCh-Sol Edgeley
Griffin, James CArchE-Srl Fargo 136
Grim, Joseph CCh-Frj Fargo
Grimm, Donald CEE-Frj Hurdsfield 154
Grindahl, Jean CHE-Jrj Fargo 218, 4, 45
Grindeland, Wayne CAAS-Fry Fargo
Grodahl, Walter CAAS-Spb Walcott
191, 180, 4
Grodt, Keith CArchE-Fri Williston
Grommesh, Claudette CAAS-Frj Casselton 183
Gronbeck, Don CME-Jrj Fargo 169
Gronhovd, James CME-Frl Northwood 204
Gronseth, Eugene KME-Frj Britton, S. Dak. 240, 204
Gross, Denis CAg-Sol Enderlin 246, 180
Gross, Eugene CIE 8:M-Jrl LaMoure 244, 131, 167, 171, 201
Grossman, Lawrence CCh-Grady Spokane, Wash. 178,
Grosz, Theodore CAAS-Srj Moorhead, Minn. 103
Grotberg., Richard CAg-Fri Wimbledon
Grovom, James CAAS-Srl Froid, Mont.
Gruebele, James CAg-S05 Wishek 180, 183
Gudding, Robert CEE-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Guenthner, Jack CAAS-Frb Stanton
Gullickson, Warren CPh-Sol Fargo 84
Gullingsrud, Dennis CAAS-Srb Fargo 104, 160, 53
Gully, William CME-Fry Lidgerwood
Gulseth, Grant QCE-Sol Thief River Falls, Minn.
Gunderman, Frank CPh-Jrj Ulen, Minn. 246, 84, 85
Gunderson, Anton CAg-Srl Fargo 98, 191, 134, 180
Gunderson, Julian CPh-Fry Fergus Falls, Minn.
Gunnarson, Bennie CAg-S07 Fargo
Gunther, Howard 129
Gunufson, Kathleen CAAS-Frb Fertile, Minn.
Roger CCh-Jrl Fargo 242
Gustafson, John CCh-Sol Minneapolis, Minn. 131
Gutknecht, Gerald CAAS-Jrj Hazen
Gutzmer, Marvin CAAS-Jrb Wyndmere
Guyer, Robert CME-Srl Fargo 114, 4, 177,A167, 169,
199, 142, 35
Guyer, Vernon CCh-Srb Fargo 107
Gwyther, John CAAS-Grady Fargo
Haas, John CAg-Srl Mott 230, 128, 180, 78, 77,
Haas, Mylo CPh-S05 Ashley 186
Haas, Sandra CHE-Jr! Lidgerwood 224, 225, 1
Haberlach, Anthony CAAS-Jrj Fargo
Haga, Judy CAAS-Jrj Enderlin 145, 194, 195
Hage, Marvin CME-S07 Moorhead, Minn.
George CME-Fr? Fargo
Gerald CEE-JrJ Berthold 234
Mary CHE-Srl Enderlin 222, 119, 145, 170
74, 75, 73, 72, 70
38, 192, 4, 145,
Patricia CHE-Sol Erskine, Minn. 224, 196, 186
William CAg-Fry Williston
Hagerott, Leon CArchE-Sri Mandan 168
Haglund, Paul CCE-SOD Jamestown
Hahn, Arthur CCE-Jr! Fargo 232, 164
Hahn, Bill 189
Halbert, Jack CPh-Fri Drake
Hale, Clarence KME-Sol Fargo
Hall, Charles CArchE-Gradh Fargo
Gunder CCE-Fr? Clearbrook, Minn.
Halldorson, Sigrid CHE-Sol Huron, S. Dak. 4, 174, 34, 53
Halling, Rodney CAg-Jrj Bisbee
Halling, Stanley CAg-Soy Bisbee
Hallowell, Donald CPh-S07 Fargo
Hallquist, George CEE-Srb Lisbon 114
Halstensgard, Harvey CME-Frb Gary, Minn.
Halvorson, Donald CAg-Sol Wendell, Minn.
Halvorson, Harold cArchE-F1-1 Fargo
Hamarneh, Sami CPh-Gradj Madabo, Jordan
Roy fC'hem-Fry Harvey
Hamernik, Edward CME-Fri Ulen, Minn.
Hamilton, John CEE-Fr! Fargo
Hammargren, Duane CPh-Srb Fargo 123, 140
Hammer, Judith CAAS-S07 Moorhead, Minn. 2
Wayne CAg-Fr? Oakes 236, 180, 190
, Cecil CME-Fry Arvilla
Hanson, Alfred CEE-Fry Fessenden
Arlys CAg-Sol Belfield 236
Hansonj Barbara CHE-Jrb Litchville 221, 192
Hanson, Carol CHE-Srj Portland 119, 134
Clayton CCE-Frj Belfield 181
Hanson, Daniel CPh-Jrb Hancock, Minn. 20, 21
Hanson, Delores CAAS-Fri Fertile, Minn.
Hanson, Donald CArchE-Jrj Fargo 244, 168, 185, 186
Duane CAg-Jrj Minot 234
Ethel CAAS-Sri Fargo
Eugene Ancil tArch-Fry Portland 152
Eul ene Art CCE-Frb Lost Wood 152
Eugene Arlen CCE-Frb Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Gene S. CAg-Fry Reeder
HE Sol Absaraka 192, 194
Janice C -
Louis CME-Frj Fessenden
Meloy CEE-Srl Fargo 114, 166, 161
Norman CAAS-Srj Fargo 242, 104, 132, 173
Paul CAg-Srl Wildrose 191
Richard Chas. CArchE-Sri Fargo 136
Richard Clarence CCh-Srl Fargo 107
Robert CEE-Sol Wilton
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CONSTRUCTION and PUBLIC
1622 Main Ave.
Fargo, N. Dak.
THE PIERCE CO.
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FARGO, N. DAK.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '56
A. C. BOOK STORE
FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS
Everything for College Students INDUSTRIAL POWER
Loco-I-ed in Memorial Union 700-708 'lst Ave. No. Fargo, N. Dak.
Phone: 6436 '
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ll Broadway Fargo, N. Dak.
A NEA: X
Across Campus from N.D.A.C.
Hanson, Sharon CHE-Frl Poplar, Mont. 223, 193
Hanson, Wesley CAAS-Jrl Carrington
Harak, Arnold CCh-Srl Venturia 107
Hegreberg, Gerald CAg-Fry Burlington 180
Hegrenes, Robert CCh-Sol Fargo
Harbor, Nwankwo CCE-Jrj Nigeria, West Africa 164, 158, 151
Harjes, Howard CPh-Sol Brainerd, Minn.
Harju, Arvid CCE-Jrb McKenzie
Harju, Phillip CCh-Srl Bismarck 107, 133, 179
Harju, Russ 186
Harm, Evelyn CAAS-Fri Fargo 156
Harmon, James CIE 8a M-Sol Fargo
Harmon, Kenneth CAAS-Jrb Foxholm 201
Harmsen, Arnold CAg.-Sol LaMoure
Harrington, Gene CAg-Fry Minot
Harrington, Ryan CAAS-Jrj Fargo 240, 157
Harrington, William CAg-Fri Grandin
Hgrjcglebaugh, Gary CME-Srl Rugby 114, 234, 199, 142, 35, 202
Heidt, Dallas CAg-Sol Arena 236. 190
Heil, Howard CArchE-Jrj Hancock, Minn. 184, 70 80
Heinz, Eugene CAAS-Frb Center 161
Heise, Patricia CAAS-Frj Ryder
Heley, Duane CCE-Jrb Wyndmere 244, 165
Helgaas, Maynard CAg-Jrl Beltrami, Minn. 230, 128, 191, 4
175, 131, 41, 37
Helgeson, Delmer CAAS-Sol Fargo 160
Helgoe, Dennis CEE-Sol Halstad, Minn.
Helland, Richard CAgJ 190
Harris, Robert CAg-Fri Fargo
Harrison, Esther CAAS-Gradl Breckenridge, Minn.
Hart, Clayton CAg-Srl Chaseley
Hart, Gary CAg-Gradl Wales 129
Hart, Lyle CAg-Frj Wales 190
Hartl, Sharon CHE-Fry Riverdale 252
Hartmann, Ada CHE-Gradl Washburn 138
Hartman, Gene CCE-Jrj Valley City 242, 202
Henderson, Allen CME-Frl Fargo 154, 182
Dale CAg-Frl Denbigh
Hendricksoni David CME-Fry Carrington 182
Hendrickson, Jerome CEE-Fri Christine
HiI?g1'lCkSOD, Phyllis CAAS-Srl Fargo 226, 104, 145, 130, 196
Hendry, Ina CHE-Fry Stanton 152, 193
CAg-Fry Barnesville, Minn.
Herrgemuehler, Edward CAg-Frl Duluth, Minn. 235, 38
Harvey, James CCh-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 240, 107, 202, 201
Hasley, Don CArchE-Srl Chicago, Ill. 58
Hassett, Thomas CAvg-Sol Fargo
Hatlen, Vincen CArchE-Srl Fargo
Hauff, Floyd CAg-Sol Fargo
Haugeberg, Arnold CAg-Fry Max
Haugeberg, Arvid CAg-Fry Max 180
Haugen, Donald CAg-Fri Churchs Ferry
Haugen, Garfield CIE 8: M-Jrl Benson, Minn.
Haugen, Jerome CA1g-Jrj Larimore 246, 134, 180, 153, 152
Haugen, Herman CAg-Fry Cooperstown
Haugen, Paul CAg-Sol Elbow Lake, Minn. 180, 190, 201
Haugen Roger CAg-Fr? Harwood
Clayton CAg-Grady Dickinson 191
Hayford, Keith CPh-Jrb Lamont, Iowa 238, 185
Head, William CAAS-Fry Williston 183
Hedahl, Arlene CHE-Sol Ada, Minn. 222, 192, 159, 194, 195
Hedblad, Raymond CAg-Fri Hazelton 180
Hedlund, Alida CAAS-Jry Fairdale
Hegg, Wallace CIE 8zM-.Trl Kempton 171
Heiglie, Roger CEE-Frj Hickson
Hegreberg, Dale CAgE-Frb Burlington 163
Henning, Gordon CCh-Srl Fargo 107
Hanging, Margaret CHE-Srl Hillsboro 138, 119, 134, 193, 132
Henry, Darrell CAg-Sol Westhope 83
Henry, William CME-Frb Fargo
Herigstad, Bonita CHE-Fri Mohall 223, 193
Herigstad, Maynard CME-Frj Mohall
Herman, Ardon CAg-Jrj Brinsmade 236, 129, 197
Herman, Jerome CPh-Jr! Beulah 238, 128
Hermanson, Robert CAAS-Jrl Fargo 201
Hermanson, Ronald CAAS-Sol Fargo
Hertsgaard, Thor CArg.-Spb Hillsboro
Herum, Evelyn CAAS-Spb Moorhead, Minn.
Herzog, Robert CAg-Frl Concrete 255
Hess, Mary Ann CAAS-Frl Fargo
Hetland, James R. CEE-Frl Fargo
Heupel, Helmuth CPh-S07 Elgin
Hickel, Harold CAg-Frl McGregor
Hicks, Roland CPh-Frj Brainerd, Minn.
Higgins, Jane CAAS-Fri Fargo 227, 4, 174, 53
Hildahl, Charles CArchE-Sol W. Fargo
Hildreth, John CAAS-Gradl Fargo
We have celebs no less in our index-Elroy "Crazy legs" Hirsch,
the renowned football player. .leon Ann looks tickled pink over the
Hill, Dana CCE-Jrb Farfgo 164, 64, 68, 58
Hill, Donald lPh-Srl Towner 123
Hill, Glenn CArchE-Srl Fargo 184, 58, 60
Hill, Hibbert CCE-Sol Valley City 81
Hill, Margie CHE-Sol Fargo
Hilling, Dave 86
Hinsch, Luella CAAS-Frl Valley City
Hjelmstad, Leroy CME-Jrl Thompson 173
Hjelmstad, Lynn CAg-Fri Lawton
Hjelmstad, Ronald CCE-Fri Hankinson
Hjelseth, Orlo CAAS-Jrj Carrington 52, 43, 41
Hlavinka, Delbert CAg-Jrj Lark 97, 158
Hoefs, Kenneth CME-Fry Hankinson
Hoekstra, Paul CME-Srl Valley City 153, 152, 199
Hoel, Bruce CPh-Jrl Cooperstown 160
Hoff, Herman CAg-S07 Richardton
Hoffman, Anthony CEE-Sol McHenry 156
Hoffman, Verne CCh-Frl Hannaford
Hoggarth, Thomas CAg-Fry Courtenay
Hoghaug, George CAAS-Frl Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Hogoboom, Ralph CCE-Soy Sentinel Butte 152
Holm, William CEE-Frl Warroad, Minn.
Holcombe, Jon CPh-Srl Brainerd, Minn. 238. 197
Holen, Donald CAg-Jrl Grand Rapids 180, 152
Holen, Judeen CME-Sol Backoo
Holland, Michael CPH-Srl Fargo 123
Hollands, Doroles CHE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn. 221, 134
Hollands, Franklin CME-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Holm, Dan QCE-Frl Cuba 164, 205, 204
Holm, Morris CAg-Srl Halstad,'Minn. 98, 180, 84, 85
Holmes, George CCE-Srl Moorhead, Minn.
Holmes, Robert CAAS-Fri Aberdeen, S. Dak.
Holt, Audrey CAAS-Srl Casselton 218, 104, 27
Holten, Darold CCh-Sol New Rockford
Holten, Donald CPh-Frl New Rockford
Holthusen, Gary CEE-Sol Fargo 201
Holtman, John CAAS-Frl Fargo
Hook, Tom CArchE-Fr? Fargo
Horn, James CCE-Jrl Riverdale 164
Horner, Anton KCE-Sol Napoleon
Horst, Richard CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 232
Horvath, Peter CEE-Jr! Fargo 166
Horvik, Eivind CEE-Gradj Moorhead, Minn.
Hoselton, Wayne fAg-Frl Bowesmont 234, 235, 190, 151
Hosted, Priscilla CAAS-Srl Fargo 226, 104, 186, 52
Holten, Vincent CArchJ 136
Houle, Gerald CPh-Fry Williston
Hovde, John CPh-Sol Devils Lake 238, 135, 182
Hovland, Donald CAAS-Srl Stanley 104, 182, 173, 203
Hovland, Larry CAJg-Srl Regent
Howe, Arlo CAg-Srl Hettinger 230, 128, 98, 134, 190, 132, 42
Howe, Lynn CAg-Sol Hettinger 230, 191, 46
Howitz, Donald KAAS-Jrl Rock Lake 246
Howland, Lyndel CAAS-Grady Fargo
Huber, Eugene CAg-Frl Ashley
Huber, James CIE :Sz M-Sol Ashley
Huber, Marjorie CHE-Fr! Carson
Huck, Grace CAAS-Grad! Fargo
Huckle, David CAg-Sol Lidgerwood 234, 190
Huebner, William CME-Jrj Moorhead, Minn,
Hughes, Edward CAAS-Frj Williston
Hughes, Frank CAg-Sol Neche
Huhner, Merle CAg-Srl Davenport 163
Huisman, Maynard CAAS-Srl Mott 104
Huizenga, Lyle CIE 8cM-Frl Minot 81
Hulet, Charles CAAS-Fr? Enderlin
Hulterstrum, Philip CEE-Sol Clifford
Hultstrand, Lois CHE-Srl Fairdale 226, 120
Humes, Gary CPh-Sol Thief River Falls, Minn.
Hunke, Marianne CHE-Srl Taylor 228, 120, 141, 181, 183, 172
Hunke, Robert CAg-Srl Taylor 248, 163
Hunstad, Judy CAAS-Sol Carrington 219, 182
Hunt, Arnold CAg-Sol Port Arthur, Ontario 230
Hunter, Charles t1E8zM-Sol Lancaster, Minn.
Hunter, Vernon CArchE-Frl Minot
Huntley, Charles CArchE-Sol Fargo 242
Huntley, John CME-Frb Fargo 154
Hurd, Philip CAAS-Sol Devils Lake 242
Hurley, Patrick CCE-Srl Fargo 165, 156, 114, 137, 202, 201
Husband, Wilma CHE-Jrl Hensel 222, 138, 193, 4, 182
Hutchinson, Lloyd CCE-Jrb Ayr 246, 165
Hutter, Harry CEE-Sol Fargo 205, 204
Hutton, William CAAS-Jrl Towner 232, 171
Hyde, Charles CAAS-Jrl Wahpeton
We Specialize in Livestock Looms
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and Trust Company of Fargo
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Stop for lunch At . .
The A. C. Hasty Tasty
Next Door to the College "Y"
Eat At . . . WARREN'S CAFE
Your Seafood Cate
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Open 6 a.m. 'till Midnight
15 N. 4th Street Moorhead
Johnson, Alan tAg-Frl Plaza
Ring the bell and tell the people, that this campus is fired up.
Idler, Joyce CHE-Fri Rhame 153, 152, 192
Ingerson, Barry CCE-Jrj Flaxton
Irsfeld, Paul CPh-Srl Fargo 238, 123, 135, 182
Isaak, Gordon CAgE-Fri Hazen
lsensee, Jerold CCh-Jrj Fargo 232, 135, 182, 171, 178
Jackson, Grace CHE-Srb Fort Yates 228, 120
Jabe, Charles CSrJ 133
Jacobs, Edwin CCE-Srl Bismarck 164, 114
Jackson, Dale 182
John CPh-S07 Bismarck 242
Harland CCE-Srl Fargo 240, 164. 114, 161, 142
Ordean fAlg-Sf, Shelly, Minn. 236, 129, 98, 134,
Ronald fAg-F10 Crosby 180, 152
Wallace CME-Frj Stirum 201
Jacques, Joyce CHE-Sol Bottineau 228, 193
Jaeb, Charles CPh-Srl Fargo 140
Jaffe, Lawrence CPh-Srl Duluth, Minn. 123
James, Jack fPh-Fry Fargo
Janssen, Kent CME-Jrj Stanton 167, 169
Jarvela, Don CPh-Jrj Crosby, Minn.
Jenkinson, William CAeroE-Fry Fargo
J enkinson, Harold 50
Jenson, Eugene CAg-Fri Williston 191
Jenson, Gary CArchE-Jrj Devils Lake 168
Jenson, Marilyn CHE-Jrb Williston 153, 152, 193, 159, 197
Jenson, William CIE 8x M-Jrb Staten, N. Y. 169
Jesperson, Delano CCE-Sol Fargo 165
Jess, John CAAS-Jrj Fargo 134
Jobe, Michael CAg-Fri Cavalier
Johannessohn, Norval CEE-Jrj Ada, Minn. 166
Johanneson, John CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Johanson, Ann CHE-Srl Sheyenne 193
Johansen, Robert CAg-Grady Fargo
Johnk, Jerome CAg-Sol Page
Barrett KEE-Jrb Fargo 232, 131, 166, 173'
Corrinne CCh-Fry Brinsmade 224
Daniel KCE-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Darrell CAg-Srl Arnegard 129, 191
Darvin CCE-Srl Fargo 164, 202
Deane CAg-S07 Fargo
Duane CAeroE-Fry Fargo
Earl CAgE-Sol Christine
Erle CIE 8zM-Srl Fargo 115
Edward CEE-Fri Ryder
Herbert Eugene CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Eugene Lyle CME-Srl Fargo 167, 88
Carol CArchE-Jrb Bismarck 28, 24, 23, 22
Floyd CME-Jrl Fargo
Frank CArchE-Sol Jamestown
Gary CAg-Jrj Felton, Minn. 180
George CEE-Srl Halstad, Minn. 115, 166, 202, 201
Gerald CEE-Fry Underwood
entirely with this comment.
Johnson, Glen CAgE-Fri Ortonville, Minn. 163
Johnson, Harley CAAS-Frb Crookston, Minn.
Johnson, Harold CAg-Spb Fargo
Johnson, Herbert CME-Soy Fargo
Johnson, Jackie CME-Frj Oakes
Johnson, James CPh-Sol Fargo
Johnson, Joann CHE-Sol Fargo 222, 192, 145, 172
Johnson, John CAg-Sri Fargo 98, 191, 46
Johnson, Keith CEE-Fry Moorhead, Minn.
Johnson, Kermit CAg-Spb Fargo
Johnson, LaDon fAg-Gradh Grandin 236, 237, 129, 98, 190, 132
Johnson, Larry CEE-Frl Menornonie, Wis.
Johnson, Leon CAAS-Srl Fargo 232, '104, 146, 147, 176, 177, 132
148, 150, 34, 269
Johnson, Leroy CME-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Johnson, Lester CArchE-Srl Tamarack, Minn.
Johnson, Lloyd CCh-Fry Fargo
Johnson, Marilyn CHE-Srl Perham, Minn. 120, 192, 182, 143
Jogigisson, Merrill CAgE-Srl Osnabrock 230, 128, 115, 173, 163
Johnson, Morris CCh-Frl Ranier, Minn.
Johnson, Nancy CHE-Frl Benson, Minn. 181, 192, 253, 159, 186
Johnson, Peter CME-Fr? Brocket
Johnson, Richard CEE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Johnson, Richard Duane CIE8zM-Frl Fargo
Johnson, Richard Duane CAg-Sol LaMoure 231, 180, 173
Johnson, Richard F. CME-Jrj Moorhead, Minn. 166
Johnson, Richard J. CAg-Jrl Hoople 231, 163, 142, 36
Johnson, Robert CAg-Frb Fillmore
Johnson, Roberta CHE-Sol Perham, Minn. 192
Johnson, Roger G. CAg-Srl Kindred 240, 129, 98, 134, 180, 133
Johnson, Roger W. CCh-Gradl Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Johnson, Ronald CME-Fry Bandon. Oregon
Johnson, Sheldon CCE-Fry Twin Valley, Minn.
Thomas CArchE-Jr! Bismarck
Johnsoni Vernon cME-Jrp Fargo 244, 182, 185
David CAg-Fri Bartlett 191, 180
is great, so they say. It seem-s that Bryon and Arlene agree
Johnson, Winton CME-Frj Moorhead, Minn.
Johnston, Barry CAAS-Srl Mayville
Johnston, Robert CEE-Jrl Fargo 232, 131, 166, 90, 40
Johnston, Wendell CAAS-Grad! Moorhead, Minn.
Johnston, Yvonne KHE-Fri Hillsboro 219, 154, 193
Jolosky, Jay CAg-Fry Fargo
Jones, Michael CIE8zM-Sol Shelbyville, Ind.
Jonsson, Valgard KAg-Sol Saudarkrokur, Iceland 151
Joos, Gayle CAAS-Sol Fargo 219, 157
Joos, Richard CAAS-Srl Fargo 104, 84, 85
J ordahl, Kenneth CAAS-Sol Fargo 83
Jordan, Michael CPh-Sol Duluth, Minn.
Jorgenson, Arnold CAAS-Jrl Cando 254
Jorgensen, Reed CAg-Frl Antler
Joyal, Thomas CArchE-Frj Fargo
Joyce, Frank CME-Sol Mapleton 244, 158, 167
Joyce, John KIE 8zM-Fri Chicago, Ill.
Judd, Marcia CAAS-Frl Fargo
Jungers, Jacqueline CPh-Sr? Richardton 224, 129, 157, 123, 140
ESTABLISHED 1914 - FARGU. N.D
There is nothing
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Kaeding, Duane CEE-Sri Penn 115
Kahl, Charles CCE-Sol Carrington
Kalainov, Sam CAAS-Srl Steele 233, 104
Kalbfleisch, Grant CAAS-Fry Fargo
Kalnins, Martin CCh-Jrj Chicago, Ill. 173, 178, 65, 205, 58
Kaluza, Dale CEE-Frb Fargo
Kandt, Coleen CAAS-Jr! McClusky 153, 152, 183
Kanellas, Jane CAAS-S07 Chicago, Ill. 219, 250, 102, 21, 27, 186
Karakitsoo, Antonion CAg-Grady Fargo
Karlgaard, Wayne CME-Grady McGregor
Karmarkovic, Alex QAAS-Spb Moorhead, Minn.
Karst, James CPh-Fri Fergus Falls, Minn.
Kaseman, Edward fAg-Fri Wishek 180
Kasowski, Phillip CAAS-SOD Casselton 66, 58
Kasson, Bruce CEE-Fri 155, 182
Kassenbong, Alvina CHE-Fry Glyndon, Minn. 219, 192
Kautzmann, Arthur CPh-Sr? Mandan 238, 124, 131
Kautzman, Matthew CPh-Frj Mandan
Kearny, Janice CHE-Fri Grafton 193, 4, 159
Keech, Delos CME-Srl Fargo 115, 167
Keefer, Robert CME-S07 Ontonagon, Mich.
Keifer, Donna 157
Keller, Elsie CHE-Srl Beulah 228, 120, 153, 152, 192
Keller, Wendell CEE-Srl Fargo 115, 166, 171, 202
Kennedy, James fph-SO, Elbow Lake, Minn.
Kensok, Orville CME-Fry Casselton
Kenward, James CAg-Fri Page 180
Kenward, Joe CAg-Fry Page
Kepner, Gordon CPhysics-Soi Fargo 186
Kerr, Wayne CCE-Fry Fargo
Kessler, Wayne CPh-Grad! Fargo
Ketterling, Archie CPh-Frj Lehr
Ketterling, Edgar Msg-Jrh Carson
Kiker, Russell CAg-JrJ Fargo 173
Kilzer, James CPh-Srl Richardton 238, 124
Kilzer, Donna CAAS-S07 Richardton 182
Kimball, James CAg-Frj Noonan 191
King, Louis CAAS-Gradh Grand Forks
King, William CCh-Jrh Fargo
Kingsley, Truman CAAS-Sol Wheatland 67, 58
Kippen, Robert CAg-S05 Hamilton
Kirchoff, Richard CPh-Jrb Fargo
Kirk, Doris CHE-Sol Devils Lake 154, 193, 159
Kirk, Glen CAg-Srl Devils Lake 154, 98, 158
Kirkhus, Jocelyn CAAS-Sri Wyndmere 228, 104, 183, 172, 35
Kisser, Lee Ann CHE-Srl Fargo 120
Kist, Laura CHE-Fry Mandan 219
Kitterlinfg, Archie 161
Kittle, James CAg-S05 Grand Forks 173
Kittleson, John CIE 8: M-So? Fargo 183, 53
Kitzman, Darrell CAg-Frj Upham
Kjelland, Richard CAAS-Frj Fargo
Kjos, Donald CAeroE-Jrb Sherwood
Kjos, Myron CArchE-Jrj Fargo 185
Kjosen, Roland CCh-SOD White Earth
Klassen, Sylvester CCE-Jrj Fargo 165, 36
Klaus, Calvin CEE-Sol Zap 166
Klee, Harvey CEE-Sol Bismarck
Klein, Sandra CAAS-.Tri Richardton 221, 183, 33
Klennert, Ronald CCE-Fri Larimore 165
Klepetka, Victor CAAS-Sol Lidgerwood
Klovstad, Wallace CEE-Frb Vergas, Minn.
Kluck, Vernon CPh-Sri Denhoff 238. 124
Kmoch, Norman CEE-Frj Dent, Minn.
Knapp, De-Longs CIE 8z M-Fr! Linton
Knatterud, Donlev CAAS-Fri Maddock
Knight, Helen CHE-Sol Casselton 192
Knight, Lloyd CAg-Fri Amenia 181
Knoll, Marlyn CEE-Fry Fergus Falls, Minn.
Knopke. William CAAS-Gradl Barnesville, Minn.
Knote, Jeanine CHE-Frj Baker 193, 197
Knott, John CEE-Fri Bismarck
Knutson, Esther CPh-Fri Arfgusville
Knutson, Melvin lAg-Spb Wyndmere
Knutson, Robert CAg-Jrj Petersburg
Knutson, Robert O. fAg-Srb Argusville 231, 98
Knudson, Warner CAg-Fry Berwick
Knudson, Winifred 181
Koble, Adam CAg-Jrj Rugby 156, 234, 162
Kobensky. Joe CPh-Soy Virginia. Minn. 204
Koeberl, Dona CHE-Srl Gracevile, Minn. 120
Koll, Ronald CME-Soi Fargo
Kolsrud, Gary CAAS-Fri Heimdal
Komrosky, Gerald CEE-Jr! Moorhead, Minn.
Konetshny, Gerald CAAS-Jr? LaSalle, Ill. 68
Kopp, Clinton CAg-.Trb Lisbon 180, 58
Koppang, Robert CPhy-S07 Fargo
Koppelman, Clifford CPh-Fri Breckenridge, Minn.
Korb, Eugene CME-Srl Calio 156, 115
Koskela, Kenneth CAeroE-Fr? Fargo
Kovell, Genevieve CHE-Frj West Fargo 228
Kovell, Marjorie CHE-Srl West Fargo 229, 120
The residents of Bohnsak township express their appreciation to
senior Merlin Ludwig for his participation in college basketball.
Krabbenhoft, Kenneth CAg-Gradj Northwood
Kraft, Kenneth CPh-Srl Fargo 124, 161
Kragnes, Burton CME-Frl Georgetown, Minn.
Krahn, Morris CME-S05 Fargo 167
Kramer, Carol CHE-S03 Fargo 222, 192
Kramer, Robert CCE-Grady Fargo 155
Kreft, LaVerne CAg-Jr? Wabek 236, 180
Kreiselmaier, Kurt CCh-Srb Fargo 107, 133
Kremers, Lawrence CArchE-S07 Minneapolis, Minn.
Krenzel, Herman CAAS-Fri Harvey
Kretchmer, Dennis CAAS-Fri Valley City
Kriezg, Gene CAAS-Sol Fargo
Kristofitz, Curtis CCE-S05 Fargo 158, 88
Kristofitz, Donald CME-Sol Fargo 88, 204
Kramer, David 181
Krueger, Gerald CIE8zM-Sol Fargo
Krueger, Roland CME-Jrj West Fargo
Kruschke, Eugene CEE-Jrj Ortonville, Minn. 166
Kubischta, Peter CEE-Soy Jamestown 161
Kucera, Henry CAgE-Grady Fargo
Kudelka, Roger CAg-Fri Forman
Kuhn, Cathryn CAAS-Grady Fargo
Kuklenski, Thomas CAAS-Sol Ironwood, Mich.
Kukowski, Margaret CHE-Sol Beach 192
Kukowski, Richard CAg-Srl Beach
Kulstad, John CEE-Frj Halstad, Minn.
Kummeth, Robert CAAS-Fry Cogswell 235
Kupitz, Jolene CAAS-Fry Oakes
Kuppich, John CAAS-Fry Fargo 183
Kuske, Donald CCh-Srl Fargo 107
Kuske, Duane CArchE-Frb Fargo
Kyuper, Alan CEE-Fry Odessa, Minn.
Kvern, Clifford CEE-Sol Fergus Falls, Minn.
Kyllo, Dennis CAgE-Sol Larimore
Kyllo, Richard CAAS-Frb Fargo
LaFleur, Harold CArchE-Jr! Mayville 244, 168
LaFleur, Robert CAg-Fri Mayville .
Laque, Jerome CIE 84: M-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 53
Lahey, Leo CAAS-Fry Fargo
Lahlum, Howard CAg-Sol Valley City 181
Lahlum, Simen CAg-Sol Valley City 161
Lammer, Lynn CArchE-Jrj Ed-geley 115, 168
Landau, Arthur CCh-Srb Woodmere, N. Y. 248, 107, 45
Landstrom, Lester CEE-Jrb Sheyenne
Lang, Ivan 184
Langseth, Ila CHE-Sri Wahpeton 222, 120, 134, 183
Lanz, Larry- CCE-Jr? Devils Lake 242, 173
Larke, Ph1ll1p CPh-SOD Breckenridge, Minn.
Albert CME-Sol Gardner
Curt1s CEE-Sol Cavalier
Dale H. CEE-S05 Fargo
Larson: Dale R. CAAS-Sol Fargo 197
Dennis B. CCE-Srl Minot
Larsoni Dennis W. CAg-Srl Heimdal
Larsen, Donald CAg-Jrj Fargo
Dwight CEE-Sol Fargo
Elling CCE-Fry Woodworth
Larson, Emery 165
Larson, Evelyn CEd-Gradl Moorhead, Minn.
La1'S0r1,F1oyd CAgE-J1-9 Bottineau 231, 163
Larson, Helen CHE-Srl Fullerton 226, 250, 120, 139, 197, 35
Jack CAAS-Soj Moorhead
James CPh-Jrb Fargo
James P. CME-Srj Fargo 243, 167, 202
Jack CAAS-Jrb Fargo 233, 128, 22, 23, 146, 147, 148, 182
89, 33, 150, 205
Lela CAAS-Sol Fullerton 226, 227, 27
Leland iIE8z M-Fri Manfred
Lloyd KIE 8z M-Sol Chicago, Ill. 240
Melvin CAg-Fri Hatton
Merle CAg-Jrj Bottineau 231, 129, 180
Orlyn CEE-Jrj Landa 246
Larson, Otis CME-Jrl Lisbon 247
Larsen, Patricia A. CHE-Sol Moorhead, Minn. 221, 130, 183
196, 170, 143
Larson, Patricia M. CAAS-Frl Fargo 224, 175, 4, 182
Larson, A. Robert CAg-Sol Leeds
Larson, Ronald CAg-Jrb Flaxton 247, 153, 152
Larson, Thomas KCE-Srl Hazen
Larson Verne 4AAS-F1-9 Fargo
Larum, John CPh-Srl Fargo 233, 124, 171, 202, 201
Jack CPh-Sol Fargo
Laske, Wayne CAAS-S07 Leonard
Sharon CAAS-Frb Fargo
Congratulations to the
FARGO - MOORHEAD
From address to Graduating Class
University of Chicago, 1935
"Believe me, you are closer to the truth now than you will
ever be again. Do not let "practical" men tell you that
you should surrender your ideals because they are
impractical." -Robert Maynard Hutchins
COLLEGE PURE OIL
"For the Kind of Service You Like"
MOTOR TUNE-UP - BRAKE SERVICE
TIRES and BATTERIES
KAPAUN, Manager Across from Campus
Lavold, Jack CEE-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 244, 115, 131, 166, 185
Lazorenko, Peter CAgE-Fry Grassy Butte
Leadbetter, Arthur CCh-Grady Luverne 178 ,
Lee, Abner CAg-Fry Hatton
Lee, Elvin CCh-Gradb Fargo
Lee, Gerald CArchE-Fri Fargo
Lee, Jayne CAAS-Srl Rugby 226, 104, 134, 145, 182, 196, 170,
Lee, Robert CAAS-Fry Larimore 156
Lee, Russell CCE-Fry Towner
Lee, Wayne CArchE-Jrb Northwood 247, 168
Lee, William CAg-Fri Larimore 156
Legrid, Bernard CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Lehr, James CCh-Frb Fargo
Lein, Clinton CAAS-Fry Concrete
Leiseth, Bruce CEE-Sol Casselton
Lemberg, Ingrid CPh-Sol Zap 152
Lemke, Justin CAAS-Grady Fargo
Lemmon, Norman CAgE-Sol Detroit Lakes, Minn. 237, 163
Lenaburg, Karen CHE-Frb Portland 227, 197
Lent, Charles CPh-Sol Fargo
Leonard, Harold CIE8zM-Frl Fargo
Lepird, Larry CAg-Frj Fargo 81
Leraas, Norman CME-Jrj Hillsboro 248, 184, 84, 85
LeRud, Leon GCE-Fri Fargo 204
Lervold, Donald CEE-S05 Halstad, Minn.
Leshovsky, Arnold CAgE-Sol Milnor
Leshovsky, Howard CAAS-Sol Fargo
Lester, Jerry CPh-Srl Fargo 124
Letnes, Darlene CHE-S05 Climax, Minn. 192
Leum, Neil CCh-Srl Mayville 135
Leupp, Franklin CAAS-Sol Fargo
Leupp, Rosemary CHE-Sol Stanton 219, 192, 45
Leverson, Kenny CCE-Jrh Mapleton 84
Leverson, Richard CArchE-Jrj Fargo 168
Levine, Sharon 228
Lewis, Grant CME-Sol Williston
Lewis, Merrill CAAS-Fr? Fargo
Lewis, Robert CAg-S09 Park River
Lia, Joan CHE-Frb Detroit Lakes, Minn. 192, 252, 253
Liebe, Edward KCE-Sol Jamestown
Liebe, James CAAS-Fry Jamestown
Leilke, Rolland CME-Frb Lansford
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THE BISON GRADUATES
NORTHWESTERN OF 1956
O. J. cle Lendrecle Co.
Fargo, North Dakota
Phone 7583 Phone 6453
N. D. Construction 620 Main Ave. Fargo
Lien, Gerald CIE8cM-Fry Fargo
Lies, Arthur CAAS-Jrj Carrington 238, 128, 157, 135, 182, 188
Liffrigi, Jack CAg-Frj Makoti 234, 235
Lillestol, Harvey CPh-Srl Fargo 238, 124
Lillestol, Margaret QAAS-Fr? Fargo 220, 45
Lilly, Carroll CCE-Srl Fargo 164
Lind, Beverly CHE-Jrj Cavalier 222, 192, 4, 175, 186
Lindbo, Joan CHE-Sol Rolla 229, 172
Lindemann, Dennis CME-Sol Enderlin 247, 131, 163
Lindlauf, Ronald CME-Jrj Minot 240, 167, 169
Lindquist, Donald CAAS-Fri Oriska
Linhart, Eugene CME-SOD Sykeston 199
Link, Arthur CEE-Srl Bismarck 115, 133, 166, 137
Link, Kay 196, 43
Link, Raymond CPh-So? Lefor 157, 135, 182, 186, 142
Linnell, Lavern CAg-Jrh Petersburg 231, 162
Linskey, James CAAS-Frh Williston
Lipp, Lois CAAS-Frb Cando
Lippert, Wilbur CAAS-Jrj Eldridge 243, 152
Little, Audrey CHE-Srl Mayville 226, 120
Little, John CCE-Fry Hazelton
Litzinger, Bonnie CHE-Srl Leeds 221, 120, 139, 134, 144, 172
Ljungren, Donald fPh-Sr? Sebeka, Minn.
Lloyd, Gloria CHE-Jrj Bismarck 227, 28, 24, 23, 22, 174, 4, 170,
Lobb, Laleah CAg-Sol Bismarck 191, 186, 43
Loberg, John CCE-Soj Fargo
Lobsiniger, Jerome CAg-Frj Fargo
Lodgard, Charles CEE-Srl Fargo 248, 115
Lofthus, Noel CAg-Jrj McVille 180
Lohman, John QME-Sol Fargo
Lohn, Kenneth CAAS-Fry Fargo
Lohse, Carlton CAg-S07 Fargo
Lommel, John fPh-Srl Lidgerwood 124, 183
Loos, Linda CAAS-Fri Grafton
Lorestsen, Donald CAAS-Jrb Powers Lake 154
Lorenz, Joseph CIE 8: M-Fri Oriska
Lorenz, Lorne CEE-Jrl Oriska 242, 243
Lorenzen, Terrence CAgE-Sol Mohall 231
Lovitt, Edgar CAg-Srl New England
Lowe, James CAAS-Jrb Jamestown 84
Ludwig, Merlin CAg-Srl Hillsboro 248, 128, 28, 99, 23, 20, 146,
147, 27,,134, 180, 132, 184, 32, 79, 74, 75, 72, 70, 80, 264
Official handshaker and hearty greeter is Mel Ostby at the Theta Chi
pledge presentation. Official congratulator and fancy cookies with
weak coffee imbiber is Jack Southam followed by his associate
Another tossup token by Geno Gamuche. The final two games of the Sioux Series brought icy to the
hearts of disillusioned Bison fans.
Luebke, Sharron CHE-Frb Sherwood
Luik, Ilmar CEE-Fri Fargo
Lukes, Richard CAg-S05 Lisbon 247, 205, 204
Lund, David CAg-Srl Nome 237, 99, 181, 173, 151
Lund, Roald 151
Lundby, Dale CAAS-Frj Williston 81
Lundine, Stan CPh-Sol Elgin, Ill.
Lundstrom, James CME-Frb Fargo 167
Lundwall, Peter CAg-Srl Argusville 231, 99, 190, 173, 43
Lynch, Harold CAg-Frl Crary 163
Lyng, Orlin fAg-Fry Mayville
Lynn, Diane CAAS-FTD Fargo 223
Lytle, William CEE-Jrj Jamestown 244
Maas, Dennis CEE-Jrj Hazen 247, 153, 152
Maas, Raymond CAgE-Fri Sydney 152
Mack, Thomas CEE-Sol Osage, Minn.
Madler, Robert CAgE-S03 New England 237, 157, 190, 163
Madson, Gordon CCE-Srl Argusville 245, 165, 115
Madsen, Lyle CME-Jrh Richardton 244, 167
Maetzold, James CAg-Fr? Devils Lake
Magill, James CAg-Fri Verona 190
Magill, John CCh-Jrj Verona
Magill, Robert CAg-Srl Verona 99
Magnan, Ted CPh-Srl Fort Ripley, Minn. 238, 124, 86
Magnuson, Clifford CAg-Frb Sherwood
Maier, Sandra CHE-Jrj Grand Forks 224, 183, 188
Malley, Eugene CPh-Soj Nashwauk, Minn.
Malmbeng, Marvin CPh-Srl Fargo 124
Malme, Cecil CAg-Sol Nielsville, Minn. 236, 183
Malo, Michael CAg-Fri Cavalier
Maloney, Patricia CAg-Frb Webster 157, 194
Malpert, John CAg-Soy Straubville 180
Malta, Aina CAAS-Srl Fargo 104, 141, 134, 183, 196, 195
Maltrud, Ellen CHE-Fri Ada, Minn. 192, 253
Mammel, Gerald CAAS-Frj Fargo
Mammel, John 238 .
Mandigo, Carole CHE-Jrb Bismarck 224, 192, 182
Manikowski, Donald CCh-SOD Forman
Mann, Audrey 181
Mann, Joseph CME-Jr! Belfield 245, 131, 161
Maras, Rudolph CME-Sr? Fargo 115, 137
Marczuk, Michael CArchE-Srl Gorham 115, 136
Marifjeren, Allyn CAg-S05 Hoople 231, 162
eter CAAS-Jrb Fargo 233, 177, 150
Markovic, Roger CAE,-Frb Larimore
e, Emil CAAS-Fr? Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Marquart, James CCh-Jrb Mapleton 233, 178
Marquart, Kathleen CPh-Jrj Fargo 250, 129, 4, 44
Marsden, Howard CAfgE-Jrj Fargo
Marshall, George CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Marshall, Richard CCE-Srl Forbes
Charles CCE-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 164, 115
Donald CArchE-JrJ Fargo
Edward CIESLM-Jrb Moorhead, Minn. 53
Fred CAg-S07 Hackensack, Minn. 161
Glen CCE-Jrb Cando 164, 161
James CAg-Jrj Fargo
Wesley CAg-Srl Chaffee
Mamnson, Lorena QAAS-Fry Robinson
CMrsD M. P. CAAS-F'rJ Fargo
, Gene CAgE-Jrj Fargo 163
Matthys, Duane CAg-Fry Argusville
Mattson, Lloyd CEE-Frh Rolla
, Patsy CHE-Sol Rolla 153, 152, 192
Milton CEE-Fry S1-iritwood 4, 175, 185
Matzek, Mylo CME-Sol Fargo 167
Maves, Richard CPh-Srl E. Grand Forks, Minn. ,
Maxson, Kenneth CEE-Frj Farfgo 185
Maxwell, Jerry CEE-Fri Webster 204
Maxwell, Robert CAg-Fry Webster
Mayer, Alvin CPh-Jrj Streeter
Meckstroth, Charles CME-Jrl Fargo 169
oth, Mary CPh-Fr? Fargo 220, 4, 175
aDarana CArchE-JrJ Fargo
Mehrer, Ronald CAg-Soy Moffit
Meier, James CEE-SOD New Salem 233
Meinhardt, Raymond CME-Frb Gwinner
Meland, Gordon CPh-Srl Fargo 239
Melanson, Laurence CEE-Grady Fargo
Melby, Darol fAg-Sol Greenbush, Minn.
Melby, Muriel CHE-Srl Greenbush, Minn. 120, 152, 192, 87
Meldahl, Charles CAAS-Sol Sharon 243
Mellum, Lynn CAAS-Frb Mayville
Mellum, Douglas CAAS-S03 Ypsilanti
Melroe, Sylvan CAg-Jrh Gwinner 128, 180, 184, 70, 72, 83
Melville, Gerald CAgE-Frl Valley City
Menge, David CEE-Fri McVille
Mensing, Thomas CPh-Sol Hettiniger 239
Mensing, Wayne CAAS-Sr? Fargo 243, 104
Merck, Lawrence CIE 8a M-Sol Argyle, Minn.
Merifield, Virginia CAAG-Grady Fargo
Merifield, William CAAS-Grad? Fargo
Mertens, Mauris CAAS-Jrj Fargo
Metz, Robert CArch-Jrb Devils Lake 168
Metzinger, Charles CCE-Fr? Reeder 157
Meyer, Edward CArchE-Srl Fargo 115, 168, 142
Meyer, Glen CCE-Jrb Fargo 165
Meyer, Lawrence CEE-Srl Edfgieley 245, 128, 115, 171,
Meyer, LeRoy CEE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Meyers, Franklin CAAS-Srl Rugby 233, 104, 173, 90
Mich, Eugene CPh-S05 Morris, Minn.
Michael, R. J. CPh-Sol Albany, Minn. 161
Middlebrook, Arthur CIE 83 M-Jrj Fargo 167
Middlebrook, Irv 160
Midgley, Melvin CEE-Frj McHenry 244
Midtbo, Guy CAgE-Sol Hatton 152, 163
Midtlyng, Homer CAg-Fri Adams
Mikkelson, Cameron CAg-Fri Devils Lake
Milbrandt, Thomas CAgE-Jrj Fargo
Milhollan, Joyce 151
Eugene CAAS-Gradl Buffalo
Floyd CEE-Jrb Manfred
Gail CAAS-Soj Fargo 194, 195
Gilman CME-Srl Fargo 167
Miller, Harold CAAS-Srl Harvey 128, 146, 147, 148, 150
Miller, John CME-Jrb Underwood 240, 128, 21, 146, 147, 148,
149, 131, 43
Miller, Joseph CArg,-Frj LaMoure
Miller, Lyle CAg-S07 Fargo 247, 180
Miller, Marvin CAg-SOD Wheaton, Minn.
Miller, Maynard CME-Frl Wendell, Minn. 244
Myron CPh-Sol Beulah
Phillip CPhysiCs-Frj LaMoure 157, 204
Ralph R. CPh-Sol Mandan
Ralph W. CEE-Soy Fargo
Richard CAAS-Gradj Moorhead, Minn.
Virgil CEE-Frj Binford
Erlys CHE-Srl Fargo 221, 120, 170
Mitchell, Lowell CAAS-Grady Fargo
Mithun, Delores CAAS-Srl Fargo 104, 141, 145, 182
Mittelstedt, Herbert CAg-Fri Killdeer
Mjolsness, Freeman CPh-Frh Dazey
Modell, Marilyn CHE-Frl Fargo
Moe, Arvid CIE 85 M-Sol Tioga
Moe, Carol CHE-Srl Fargo 227, 120
Moe, Donal CPh-Fry Fargo
Moe, Harold CAAS-Jrl Fargo 104, 161
Moe, Harry CAAS-Jrl Fargo
Moen, LeRoy CAAS-Grady Sisseton, S. Dak.
A serious moment in the life of Bob Zuklic, well known athlete,
student and Ccokej drinker on campus. They either must be discuss-
ing the coffee bean condition in lower Tibet or the possibility of
Really up in the air over the basketball game is Jean Ann Nelson, varsity cheerleader.
Moen, Maurice CAg-Jrl Michigan 231, 190
Shirley CHE-Soi Keene 225, 192, 172
g, Robert CAgE-Fry Milnor
Frank CPh-Sol Fargo
Mollner, Frank CCE-Srj Moorhead, Minn.
Gerald CArchE-Fr? Fargo
Monson, Janet CAAS-Jrj Fargo 227, 134, 170, 31, 43
Joyce CAAS-Fri Cuba
Monson, Pat CHE-Sri Portland 227, 120, 134, 145, 172
, Richard CAAS-S05 Moorhead, Minn. 241, 146, 147, 135
31, 182, 88
h, Larry CME-Soj Fargo
Montgomery, Donna CAAS-Sol Ayr
Mciigggomery, Robert CAAS-Sri Fargo 233, 128, 104, 135, 132,
Montigomery, Scott CAAS-Fri Fargo
le, Meredith CHE-FrD Fargo 193
Clifford CCE-Jrj Fargo
Moorez Donald CAg-Srl Forbes 237, 129, 99, 191, 158, 49, 46
Moore, Duane CPh-Jrl Devils Lake
LeRoy CPh-Soy Fargo
Moore, Patricia CPh-Sol Bismarck 227, 251, 157
More, William CAAS-Frb Fargo
Morgan, Gerald CAAS-Gradb Fargo
Morgan, George CEE-Jrb Lisbon
Mork, David tAg-S05 Fargo 231, 191, 180, 177, 186, 161
rving CAg-Spb Fargo
Morken, Clair CAg-Jr! Pekin
Morlock, Terry CAg-Fri Jordan, Minn.
John CCE-Frj Wheatland
Morrison, Stanley CAAS-Srl Akra 104, 146, 147, 161
Morrissey, Alan CAAS-S07 Fargo 88
Mortenson, Ruth CAAS-Sol Barnesville, Minn. 277, 172, 52
in, Kenneth CAg-Fry Calvin 155
in, Robert CAg-SOD Calvin 190
Mousseau, David CME-Jrb Minot 241
Mowbray, Richard CPh-Fry Wales 151
Mott, Henry 165
Moxness, Kenneth CEE-Gradl Cathay 152
Gerald CAAS-Sri Fargo 233, 105, 33
Mueller, Joyce CHE-Srl Fargo 120
Robert tCh-Gradl Richardton
Michael tAg-Sol New Rockford
George CEE-Jrl Lidgerwood
Murphy, Kerry CAAS-Srl Harvey 248, 128, 274, 4, 175, 131
Murphy, Patrick CCE-Fr? Kenmare 164, 156
Murray, Justin CAg-Fri Fingal 197
Murray, Nona CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Murtha, Carolyn CAAS-Soy Fargo
Musselman, William fAg-Spb Arthur
Mussetter, Harold CPh-Fri Sisseton, S. Dak.
Myers, Carl CAg-Fry Moorhead, Minn.
Myers, Donna CHE-Frj Moorhead, Minn.
Myers, Harvey KEE-Fry Cavalier
Myers, Lois CAAS-Frj Colfax
Myers, Raymond CME-S03 Cavalier
Myhre, Blayne CPh-Sol New Rockford 182
Myhre, Charles CME-Jrj Alamo 247, 169
Myhre, Robert CEE-Fry Kindred
Myhre, Wesley CEE-Jr? Walcott
Myller, Robert QEE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn. 245, 166, 198
Myrdal, Michael CPh-Jr7 Fargo
McAtee, Monte CPh-Srl Rolla 124
MCAuley, Larry CCE-Fri Climax, Minn.
MCAuley, Vivian CAAS-Jrj Climax, Minn. 227, 141, 183, 34, 213
McBride, Margaret CHE-Fry Williston 193, 186
McCloskey, Robert CAAS-Fr? Fargo 204
McComb, Keith CME-Jrb Fargo 233
McCormick, Thomas CCE-Jrb Schroeder, Minn. 165
McCoy, Laverne CME-Frb Williston 167
McCullogh, Jeanine CAAS-Fry Fargo
McDaniel, Brian CME-Sol Minot 40
McDonald, Charles CEE-Fry Bismarck 182
McDonald, James CME-Sol Deering
McDonald, Mary CAAS-Sol Fargo 224, 157
MacDonald, Robert CAAS-Frl Nakina, Ontario
McElwain, James CAg-Sol Max
Mclillevey, John CPh-Sol Grand Marais, Minn.
MacFarlene, Barbara 155
McFerrain, David CEE-Jrj Mandan 183, 158
MCGeary, Kathryn CHE-Srl Fargo 221, 120, 195, 187, 186, 87
McGee, James CEE-Fri Valley City
McGhie, Bruce CHE-Gradl Fargo
McGhie, Fay CHE-Gradj Fargo
McGuire, James CPh-Jrb Fargo 239, 21, 146, 86
McKay, Robert CAAS-Sol Austin, Minn. 84, 85
McKenzie, Don CAg-Frb Pingree 180
McKinnie, Mary CAAS-Grady Fargo
McLain, Eldon CME-Sol Mohall 160
McLean, Margaret 155
McLaren, Audrey CAAS-Frb Larimore
McLaughlin, Hugh CCE-Fri Bismarck
McLaury, John CCE-Srl Fargo
McLean, Kenneth CAg-S09 Wheatland 234, 34
McLeod, Gordon CAAS-Spb Moorhead, Minn.
McManus, Lowell CAAS-SOD Casselton 243
McNeese, Geonge CEE-Fri McHenry
Nagel, Herman QCE-Fry Linton
Narde, Joseph D. CAeroE-Jr! Fargo
Narurn, Gailen CArchE-Frb Douglas 168
Nash, Mavis CHE-S05 Fordville 223, 194, 195
Nation, Russell CAg-Fri Fargo
Naucler, John KIE 81: M-Frj Fargo
Nayes, James CAg-Spb Fingal 180
Nedrebo, Kermit CAAS-Sol Gardner 235
Neeb, Vel Ray CHE-S07 Fargo 193, 194
Neiffer, Clifford CEE-Fri Terry, Mont.
Nellermoe, Anita CHE-Fr? Fargo 4, 175, 189
Nelson, Arnold CAAS-Frb Williston
Nelson Charles Arthur CAeroE-Frb Hawley, Minn.
Nelson Charles J. CPhysics-Fri Moorhead, Minn. 197
Nelson Harris Clayton CAg-Fry Pelto
Nelson, Curtis Herbert CAg-SOD Christine 190
Nelson, Curtis Hilke CCh-Frb Fargo 180, 178
Nelson Dayton CCE-Soj Hazen
Nelson, Delbert CPH-S07 Ellendale 154
Nelson, Dennis CCh-Sol Sheyenne
Nelson Dale CME-Soi Mandan 233, 183
Nelson, Gary CCE-S09 Bowbells 152
Nelson, Harry CME-Srl Grand Forks 115, 167
Nelson, Helen CAAS-Sri Harvey 219, 105
Nelson, Jean Ann CAAS-Sol Milnor 220, 130, 45
Nelson, Joan CHE-Srj Milnor 221, 120, 23, 146, 141, 132, 148,
149, 183, 170, 150, 269
Nelson, Lyle D. CArchE-Jrb Cando 185, 137, 198
Nelson Marvin Erlinig QME-Frb Perley, Minn.
Nelson, Neal M. CME-Fry Perley, Minn. 153, 152
Nelson, Richard A. CAAS-Sol Fargo
Nelson, Robert Ernest CEE-Frj Proctor, Minn. 161
Karen Edinger, Queen of the Lettermen's Ball and her royal, well-
dressed court of Iovelies, Pat Hagen, Ruth Olwin and Phyllis Diede.
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There, now doesn't that prove Greeks can work in harmony. What difference does H make if they have
an SAE locked in the trunk? It was all clean Cond wet? fun during Greek week at the NDSC.
Ncilggn, Ronald L. CAg-Jrj Gilby 231, 180, 190, 4, 174, 173, 162,
Nelson, Ronald Roy CAAS-Frj Fargo
Nelson, William Howard CMF.-Srl Perley, Minn. 116, 153, 152,
133, 169, 137
Ness, Alan Jerome CME-Frl Fargo -
Ness, Rodger H. CEE-Jrb Wolverton, Minn. 153, 152, 166
Ness, Vernelle James fAg-Srl Bottineau 129, 99, 163
Ness, Walter CAg-Spb Hillsboro
Nesset, Arlene CAAS-Jrj Fargo 221, 134, 175
Nestaval, Hal J. CCE-Frj Newtown
Nesvig, Sam CAAS-Fr? Buxton
Netzer, James CAeroE-Jrl Moorhead, Minn.
Neuenschwander, Joe CArch-Frl Fessenden
Neuhart, Delbert CAg-Frb Shevenne
Neumann, William CEE-Fr? Ada, Minn.
Nichol, Cleo CAg-Srl Maxbass
Nickols, Vernon CPh-Frb Crosby
Nielson, James CEE-Srl Valley City 166, 198
Niemeier, Orland CAg-Jrl Buxton 180
Nilles, Harold CPh-Jrj Durbin 243
Nippolt, Bob CIESLM-Jrb Fargo 184, 66, 58
Niskanen, Clarence CME-Sol Gackle 84
Oak, Wayne Ckg-Frj Mclntosh, Minn.
Oakey, Lawrence KEE-S05 Fargo
Oberg, Robert CAg-Jrb Fargo 191
Oberlander, Harold CCE-Jrb Bismarck 248, 165
Obermiller, Paul CME-Frj Fargo
Obleness, Robert CAAS-Jrb Fargo 160
Ockart, Lester CAg-Frj Cathay
Odegard, Harland CAg-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 249, 99
Odegaard, LeRoy CAg-Jrb Bowdon 153, 152
Odenbach, Donald fAg-Fr? Woodworth 181
Odenbrett, LeRoy CAAS-.Trl Genesco 241
Offerdahl, Thomas CPh-Sol Fargo
Ogzuchi, Keiko IAAS-Srl Nagano-Ken, Japan 105, 134, 151
Ohlhauser, Darlene CHE-Sol Hazelton 193
Ohnstad, Paul CPh-Jrb Fargo
Ohnstad, William CME-Frb Fargo
Oium, Orlin CAg-Jr! Towner
O'Keefe, Gerald CAg-Frl Walhalla 162
O'Keefe, Larry CAg-Jrl Walhalla 231, 99, 162
O'Keeffe, Robert CPh-Frl Fargo
Ollinger, Rodney tArchF.-Jrj Fargo
Olmstead, Donald CAAS-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 105
Olmstead, Richard CAAS-Frl St. Thomas
Nobel, Gisela CAAS-Spb Fulda, Germany
Noden, Patricia CPh-Srl Ada, Minn. 229, 129, 124, 140, 133, 144
145, 182, 159
Noess, Keith CME-S05 Ellendale 235
Nolan, Robert CAAS-Srl Fargo 105
Nordbo, Marvin CAg-Grady Fargo
Nordin, Harvey CCE-Sol New Town
Nordlund, Joan CHE-Srl Stratheona, Minn. 121, 153, 152
Norell, Albert CArchE-Jrb Fargo
Norenberg, Curtis CAg-Gradl Fargo 180
Norgon, Robert CEE-Frj Fargo
Normand, Ken 157
North, Robert CAAS-Frb Fargo
Nothelfer, Robert CCE-Sol Appleton, Minn.
Nunn, Richard CAAS-Frb Ponsford, Minn.
Nygaard, Arne 244
Nygaard, Maurice CME-Jrl Wahpeton 167
Nyjar, Inderjit CCh-Gradj Kashmir, India
N uist Dean EE-Sr Hoffman 245,116, 133,
yo , C D
Nystuen, Arne CEE-Sol Crosby
Nystuen, Peder CAg-Grad? Fargo
Richard CPh-S05 Ryder
Olsbo, James CAAS-Frl Fargo '
Olson, Alan F. fArchE-Sol Williston
Olsen, Alan K. CME-Jrb Fargo 169, 171
Olson, Allan LeRoy CAg-Jrj Buxton 129, 235, 183
Olson, Arlene CAAS-Fry Fargo 220
Olson, Aulden CME-Sol Glvndon. Minn.
Olson, Beverly CAAS-Jrl Fargo 219, 27, 134, 145
Olson, David tPh-Grad! Moorhead, Minn.
Olson, Delores KHE-Srl Brocket 121, 139, 134
Olson, Donald CME-Fry Bismarck
Olson, Duane CME-Srl Milnor 245, 116, 133, 167, 169, 137
Olson, Edmund CEE-Sol Farlgo
Olson, Gaye CHE-S07 Finley 141, 193, 182, 197, 143
Gaylord CAg-Jrb Buxton 128, 146, 147, 234, 235, 190, 186
George KME-Srl Rolette 116, 167
Olson, Gloria CHE-Jrl Esmond 181, 159, 186
Olson, Henry CPh-S05 Fargo
Olson, Hubert CCE-Sol Argusville 164
Olson, James Odell CAAS-Frb Reynolds
Olsen, James R. CME-Fry Fargo
Kathryn CAAS-Frh Lake Park, Minn.
Kent CPh-S03 Battle Lake, Minn.
Olsoni Leslie CME-Frj Ada, Minn.
Olson, Richard CME-Fry Perley, Minn.
Olson, Robert C. CME-Sol Valley City
Olson, Robert Eric CCh-Srj Fargo 107, 133. 201
Olson, Robert T. CAg-Fry Hawley, Minn.
Olson, Roland CAg-S05 Buxton 235
Olson, Sidney CAg-Frb Mohall
Wayne CME-Jr! Perley, Minn. 202
William CArchE-Fry Christine
Ruth CHE-Srl Fargo 221, 121, 139, 4, 130, 18
O'Neill, Richard CPh-Srb Fargo 124
Onsager, Jerome CAg-Sol Northwood 233
Opdahl, Donald CAg-Soi Fargo
Opdahl, Lyle CAAS-Frb Battleview
Oren, Oscar CEE-F1-9 Fargo
Ormbreck, Harlan CArch-Soy Ulen, Minn. 247, 168
Ormiston, Alan CAg-Sol Fairdale 237, 190
Ornberg, LeRoy CCE-Jrh Fargo 164
Ortiz, Edward CAAS-Spb New York, N. Y,
Osborne, Robert CAg-Fri Wimbledon 235
Oseland, Ron CAAS-Sol Brainerd, Minn. 64, 58
Oslie, Loren CCE-Frb Fargo
Palmer, Avis CAAS-Jr? Devils Lake 225
Palmerson, Peter CEE-Sri Springbrook 247, 116, 166,
Pals, Lowell CCh-Sol Valley City 135, 182, 178
Pancratz, John CEE-S03 Fargo
Parkel, Lynn CPh-Sol LaCrescent, Minn. 204
Parkin, Virginia CAAS-Fry Claremont, S. Dak.
Parkins, James CPh-Jr? Thief River Falls, Minn. 239
Patterson, Donald CAAS-Srl Washburn 243, 105
Paul, Howard CCE-Srl Minot 164, 116
Paulsen, Duane CCh-S03 West Fargo 155, 158
Paulson, Winifred CAAS-Sol Williston 227, 251, 27, 170, 44
Paulsrud, Marjorie CHE-Grad! Fargo
Pautz, Marlys CHE-Sri Mayville 219, 121, 27, 172, 196
Peach, Mary Ellen CHE-Srl Erie
Pechowsky, Loren 156
Pecinovsky, Ronald CMTE-Fry Bowman
Peckskamp, Jerome CAAS-Sr? Fargo 84, 85
Peet, David CAAS-Srl Fargo 233, 105
Pekas, Jerome CAg-Jrb Regent
Pekas, Lloyd CPh-Srl Mott 239, 124
Pellizzard, Eugene CAIg-Frl Caspian, Mich.
Pepper, Ronald CEE-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Perkins, Owen CAAS-Fri Claremont, S. Dak.
Peters, Veronica CHE-Fri Fargo 227, 33
Oslie, Marvin CEE-Frj Walcott
Ostby, Melvin CAg-Srl Fargo 249, 128, 99, 180, 4, 17
30, 42, 265
Ostenson, Thomas CAg-Fry Wahpeton
Oster, James CAg-Fri Hazen 153, 152, 182
Ostlund, Mary CPh-Srl Birchdale, Minn. 129, 124
Ostmo, Morris CCE-Fry Northwood
Ostrem, James CAg-Fri Felton, Minn.
Ostrem, Jamice CHE-Jrb Felton, Minn.
Otteson, Helen CAAS-Fri Wolverton, Minn.
Otway, Harry CIE 8a M-S07 Fargo
Overvold, Lowell CIE 8a M-Fry Moorhead, Minn.
Ozbun, Jimmy CA1g-Fr? Flasher 235, 190, 36
Pace, William CAg-S07 Wolseth
Paczkowski, Loran CPh-Fry Glenfield
Pagel, Ralph CArchE-Frb Fargo
Peterson, Axel CPh-Fri Valley City
4, 132, 150, Peiiezrson, Barbara CHE-Srb Grand Forks 223,
7 , 49
Peterson, Charles CIE 8c M-Srb Fargo
Peterson, Cyril CPh-Jrb Carrington
Peterson, Don Harry CAg-So! Ryder 190
Peterson, Donald E. CEE-Srb Minot 116, 137
Peterson, Don S. CPh-SOD Hettinger 243, 44
Peterson, Donovan CAg-Frb Kenmare
Peterson, Ed 53
Peterson, Gordon CIE Sz M-Soj Mandan 243, 254
Peterson, Harry CPh-Frb Minnewaukan
Pederson, Inez CHE-Fry Fargo
Peterson, James CME-Sri Claremont, S. Dak. 169
Peterson, JoAnn CHE-Fri Fargo 193
Peterson, Larry 231
Peterson, Leo CEE-S07 Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Peterson, Lorraine CHE-Srl Rugby
Peterson, Lyle CME-Sol Minnewaukan 153, 152, 167
Peterson, Marion CPh-SOD Fargo
121, 141, 183
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Mary CHE-Srl Fargo 223, 121, 139, 193
Richard C. CCE-S09 Fargo 165
Richard M. CPh-Jrj Alexandria, Minn.
Roberta KAAS-S03 Fargo
Ronald C. CAg-Frj Fisher, Minn.
Ronald E. CPh-Fry Fargo
Peterson, Shirley CHE-Sol Parshall 219, 192
Pederson, Stanley CCE-Srl Juanita 164, 116, 161
Pederson, Wayne CAAS-Srl Fargo 116
Peterson, Willard CCE-Srb Duluth, Minn. 164, 133
Wililam L. CCE-Srl Fargo 165
Pederson, Willis CAg-Jrb Devils Lake
James CAAS-Fri Farlgo
Pettingerl Thomas CPh-Srl Fargo 239, 125
ger KCE-Jrj Bottineau
Pfeifer, Beverly CAAS-Jrb Moorhead, Minn. 227, 141, 4, 174,
Pfeifer, Eugene CAg-S03 Fargo
Pfeiffer, Mary CPh-Sol Pequot Lakes, Minn. 129, 194
Pfeifle, Marlene CHE-Jrj Wishek 225, 152, 193, 4, 172, 50
Pfenninig, Thomas CEE-Jrb Mandan 249, 45
Pflugrath, Elaine CHE-Jrj Wahpeton 193, 182, 143
Pfutzenreuter, Orris CCE-Grady Elgin
Charles CPh-Jrb Wadena, Minn. 177, 33, 45
Donald fAg-Srl Forbes 237, 129, 191
Phillips, James CAg-Jrb Forbes 129
Phillips, LeRoy CCE-Srb Forbes 164
Phillips, Sylister CAgD 180
Phipps, Ross CAAS-Fri Fargo
Pickett, Thomas CAg-Spb Moorhead, Minn.
Pierce, Carolyn CHE-Jrl Ellendale 223, 251, 193, 159
Pierce, Willard CAAS-Grady Moorhead, Minn.
Pittard, Glenn CArchE-Jrj Fargo
orge CME-Fry Fargo
Platt, Margaret CAAS-Fry Fargo 223, 159, 186, 151
Platz, Mary CHE-Srl Langdon 225, 250, 157, 121, 193, 188, 209
Pletan, Merlin CCE-S07 Fargo
Mary CAAS-Jrb Tappen
Polsfut, Leona CHE-Jrb Benedict 153, 152, 159, 194
Pomeroy, James CAg-Sol Fargo 183
Posey, Carmen CHE-S09 Garrison 152
Poyzer, Harley CAAS-Srl Fargo 233, 105
Pratt, Paul CAg-Srb Gardner 233, 99, 163
Pratt, Richard CAAS-Srj Fargo 105
Richard ClE8zM-Fry Glenburn 160
Prestegard, Gladys CAAS-Grady Fargo
Price, Edward CME-Jrj Fingal 169
Price, Grace CHE-Jrj Price 134
Priebe, Donald iAg-Jr! Larson 129, 99, 134, 180
Pronozuk, Orie CAAS-Frl Winnipeg, Canada
Pulkrabek, John CAAS-S09 Fargo
Qualley, Marlene CHE-Sri Hendrum, Minn. 221,
Quam, Rolly 185
Quanbeck, Sherman CME-Jrb McVille
Quatier, Lloyd CIE 8zM-Jrj Fargo
Quick, David CAgED 163
Quill, David CAIg-Sol Fargo 160
121, 4, 186
Radcliffe, Thomas CAAS-Srl R 1, Fargo 241, 105, 132
Radebaugh, Gerald CME-Fri Grandin
Ramey, David CME-Sol Williston 245, 167
Ransey, David CME-S05 Williston
Randle, Earl CEE-S05 York
Rangen, Curtis CIE8zM-Sol Fargo
Rash, Aaron CCh-Jrb New Salem
Rasmussen, Lorin CAg-Sri St. Cloud, Minn.
Rasmusson, Gerald CPh-Fry Coulee
Raukar, Thomas CEE-Jrj Hibbing, Minn. 64, 58
Raycraft, Terrence CPh-So! Two Harbors, Minn.
Reber, Darrell CAg-S07 Rudolph, Wis. 70, 80
Redlin, George CCE-Soy New Town 164
Redmond, Charles CAg-Gradj Fargo
Reede, Roger CAAS-S09 Zeeland
Reff, Neil CAg-Jrj Bismarck 237
Reger, Duane CAeroE-Jrb Eldriol-ge 247
Rehovsky, Charles CME-Fri Oakes
Reich, Darlene CAAS-Frj Fargo 224
Reierson, Richard CIE 8a M-S05 Fosston, Minn.
Reinke, Ruben CAAS-Fry Fargo
Reimer, Herbert CCE-Fri Fargo
Reitbord, Harriet CAAS-Soi Fargo
Remboldt, R. Bruce CIE 8a M-Frb Fargo
Remillong, Donald CAg-Fri Bismarck
Remmich, Evelyn CHE-Srl Steele 121, 134, 144
Remmich, Lorran CAAS-Sol Steele 160
Renschler, Gordon CCE-Jrj Jamestown 164, 186
The greatest honor on athlete at State can receive, the Dennis Drews
Award. Glenn Hill receives the trophy from Couch Del Anderson.
Rensvold, David CPh-Fr? Gardner
Reopelle, Richard CPh-Jrj Cavalier
Reseland, Gloria CHE-Frh Moorhead, Minn 4
Resset, Robert CEE-Fri Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Restad, Everett CEE-Frj Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Restad, Mureen CHE-Frb Pelican Rapids, Minn. 153,
Reuther, Ervin CPh-Sol Ashley
Rex, Peter CAeroE-Srl Fargo 116, 167, 199, 89.
Rhyne, Patricia CAAS-Sol Wheaton, Minn. 227
Rice, Nickolas CAg-Frj Pettibone 235
Richards, Sally CHE-Frl Bemidji, Minn. 223, 193, 211
Richardson, Marilyn CHE-Srl Rhame 225, 121, 193, 4
Rieder, Andrew CCE-Fry Williston 164
Rieder, Mary J. CAAS-Sol Egeland 157
Rieder, William CME-Srl Williston 116, 132, 167, 169, 137, 198,
Rieple, James CPh-Srl Elgin, Ill. 239, 125
Rikimaru, Masa CPh-Jrj San Matso, Calif.
Rindahl, Milton CCE-Frj Oakes
Ritchie, Karen QHE-Fr? Dickinson 153, 152, 193, 143
Robinson, John CAAS-Frb Garrison
Robinson, Marilynn CHE-Sol Bartlett 154, 193, 159
Rockwood, Barbara CAAS-Jrl Fargo 196, 194, 195, 18
Rockwood, Bruce CAAS-Frj Farlgo
Rodenburg, Melvin CAg-Sol Strasburg 180
Roder, Norman CEE-Jrj Fargo
Rodke, Kermit CAg-Fry Hawley, Minn.
Roesch, Carol CHE-Frj Ada, Minn. 193, 253
Rogers, Riley CPh-Jrl Fargo
Rogers, Ronald CPh-Jrj Fargo 173, 203, 205
Rohs, Lowell KIE 8aM-Jrj Fargo 167
Roise, Laurel CME-Frj Ottertail, Minn.
Rolfsrud, Harold CAg-Sol Watford, City
Rolshoven, Raymond fCE-Jrb Mandan
Romani, Mario CEE-Jrb Hibbing, Minn.
Rondestvedt, Gilbert CEd-Grad! Fargo
Ronlgen, Charles CAg-Frb Fertile, Minn.
Ronholm, Roy CPh-Srj McHenry 125
Ronnigen, Morris CAg-So? Nielsville, Minn. 231
Rose, Ronald CCE-Frj Wimbledon
Roster, Cleo CHE-Srl Edgeley 223
Roteliuk, Luchy CAeroE-Sol Sawyer 199
Rotenberger, Edmund CArchE-Jrj Lisbon
Rotenberger, Theodore CEE-Sol Lisbon
Rothfusz, Judith CHE-Jrj Ashley 183, 172
Rothfusz, Ralph CEE-Jr? Ashley 183, 166, 171
Rott, Eugene CAg-Jrb Jamestown 231
Rowan, Kathleen CHE-Sol Mandan 224, 225, 157, 193
Rubbert, Margaret CAAS-Frh Fargo
William CAAS-Frj Moorhead, Minn. 185, 197
LeRoy CAg-Grad? Colgan
John CAAS-Frh Grenora 163
Rude, Ronald CEE-S05 Colgan
Daryll CPh-Frh Fargo
Ruff, W. Dale CArchE-Sol West Fargo 155
Ruland, John CCE-Jr! New Town 164, 116
Ruliffson, Adele CHE-Gradl Fargo
Ruliffson, Joe CAg-Srl Mapleton 230, 231, 128, 99, 146, 147, 135,
190, 132, 150, 51, 42, 270 ,
Rlgrtngaca, James CPh-Sr? Hankinson 238, 239, 128, 125, 131, 186,
Running, Philip CArchE-FrD Fargo 185
Ruud, Phillip QEE-Fry Fargo 81
Rucera, Henry CAgEJ 163
Ryan, Kenneth CPh-Sol Bowman 86, 45
Predominanfly stag affairs, the Monday night dances after Greek
meetings have been a boon to the campus' social life, and besides
Saba, Janet CHE-Sol Bismarck 225, 193, 170, 44
Sabbe, Wayne CAg-Frj Silva 235
Sack, Kent CPh-Jrb Reeder 239, 128, 154, 158
Sack, Larry CME-Frj Reeder
Sakshaug, Tom 185
Salmonson, Donald CAAS-Sol New Rockford 233, 135, 182, 47
Samuelson, Stanley CAg-Jrl Devils Lake 180, 161
Samuelson, Warren CPh-Frj Fargo
Sand, Marian CHE-Jr7 Emerado 221, 193
Sandager, Carl CAg-Sol Kindred 180, 153
Sandbeck, Eleanor CHE-Fry Kindred 228
Sanderson, George CAAS-Fr! Fargo
Sands, Dunn-Barr CAAS-Sri Fargo
Sands, Neil CAAS-Frl Fargo
Sarff, Dale CAAS-Srl Fargo 105, 135, 182
Sarvela, Melvin CCE-Srl Kettle River, Minn. 245, 165
Satermo, Dwight CEE-Frb New Town
Sauber, James CCE-Soy Palermo
Sauer, Clarence CME-Fri Carpio 160
Sauer, Earl CME-Frb Carpio
Sauer, Richard CCE-Frj Carpio
Sauer, Wilfred CAAS-Fry Carpio
Saunders, Dale 235, 151
Saunders, Milton CCh-Fr? Cogswell 179
Saunders, Neil CEE-Fri Fargo
Saurdiff, Ronald CPh-Jrl Warroad, Minn.
Savageau, Monica CAAS-Jrb Fargo 227, 52
Sayler, Jerome CPh-Sol Ashley 135, 182
Sayler, Milo CPh-Srl Ashley 125, 140, 135, 133, 182
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professional college student Bob "Feesh" Fischer finally received a diploma after only eight years of
coffee labs, sports columns ond chatter.
Sayler, Robert CME-Fr! Washburn
Schaak, Jerome CAgEng-Srl Sykeston 171, 163, 202, 201
Schaaf, Donald CAAS-Sol Kindred
Schaeffer, Jerome CME-Frb Medina
Schalker, William CPh-Jrb Fargo
Scharnowske, James CEE-Frj Fargo
Schatz, Donald CAAS-Jrb McClusky 243, 105
Schaubert, Darwin CA'g.Eng-Spb Bowdon 163
Schellack, Richard CCh-Grady Glyndon, Minn.
Scheltens, Ronald CEE-Frj Minot
Schick, Keith CPh-Srl Austin. Minn. 239, 125, 185, 89
Schiebold, Warren CME-Srl Fargo
Schiefer, Don CPh-Sol Kenmare 239, 205
Schiefer, Harry CPh-Sol Kenrnare
Schields, Hertha CHE-S03 Beulah
Schmid, Howard fAg-Sol Oberon 180, 190
Schmidgall, Donald CArch-Soy Garrison
Schmidt, David CCE-So? Max 235
Schmidt, Donald CME-Gradl Fargo
Schmidt, Robert CME-Fri Fargo
Schmidt, Roger CCh-Soy Fargo
Schmit, Darrell CArch-Sol Minot
Schmit, Thomas CAg-Frb Oakes
Schmitz, Fredrick CME-Frb Fargo
Schmitz, Phyllis CHE-Sol Artas. S. Dak.
Schneider, Lincoln CAg-Fry LeFor
Schneider, Stanley CAg-Fri Haynes 181
Schnell, Dick CAAS-Gradb Valley City
153, 152, 197
Schnell, Shirlene CAAS-Jrb Dickinson 221, 4, 175, 195, 170,
Schnell, Wayne CArch-Frb Dickinson 81
Schoeneman, Don CIE 8c M-Srj Bismarck
Schoephoerster, Delbert CEE-Srl Lisbon 241, 128, 116, 132,
Schrirnpf, Dennis CME-Frb Fargo
Schroeder, Eugene CAAS-Fry Battle View
Schroeder, Sally CHE-Sol Fargo 221, 4, 170, 49
Schroeder, Stanley CEE-Fr? Fargo
Schuenle, William CPh-S05 Faribault, Minn. 161
Schuhmacher, Alan C. CPh-Srj Austin, Minn. 233, 123,
146, 147, 132, 149, 33, 186
Schultz, John CME-Srl Bismarck 116, 167
Schumacher, James CAg-Jrb Malta, Mont.
Schumacher, John CEE-Sol Bismarck
Schumacher, Reinhold CCE-Jrh Fargo
Schwankl, Thomas CPh-Jrj Sauk Rapids, Minn. 249, 156
Schwartz, Donald CAg-Jrj Jamestown 231, 129, 146, 147,
190, 176, 177, 148
Schwartz, George CAg-So! Mott 231, 191, 180, 186
Schwartz, Rodney CCE-Srl Fargo 165, 161
Schwinkendorf, Ron CEE-Srl Mandan 245, 116, 166
Scott, Douglas CME-Fry Fargo
Scott, James CME-S09 Fargo
Scott, Sonja CHE-Sol Fargo 221, 4, 170
Scrivens, Dale CCE-Frb Ypsilanti
Scully, Harriet CPh-Jrl LeSueur, Minn.
Seelhammer, John IEE-S03 Cogswell 235
Seim, Norman KIE 85 M-Grady Fargo
Seim, Phyllis Eileen CHE-Frb Finley 193, 182, 143
Seitz, Donald CCh-Gradl Barnesville, Minn.
Seitz, Myron CME-Frj Hazen
Sele, Eurgene CPh-Jrb Hallock, Minn. 239, 135, 182
Selkirk, Robert CME-Sol Fargo 160
Selland, Dennis CAg-Fri Rugby
Selland, Larry CAg-Frl Rugby
Semmen, Arlan CAg-Jrb Minot
Senechal, Calvin CAAS-Sol Sabin. Minn.
Senechal, Carol CHE-Fri Anamoose 141, 183
Senechal. Dalton CEE-Frj Sabin, Minn.
Senechal, George CEE-Frj Drake 181
Senechal, Roland CAg-Frh Drake
Seng, Barbara CHE-Frl Karlstad. Minn. 193, 183
Serrin, Thomas KEE-Jrb Fargo 184, 88
Sether, Richard KEE-Sol Fargo
Sevde, Robert CArchE-Fry Williston
Severson, Donald CEE-Fry Kindred
Sharp, Dean CAAS-Fr? Bismarck 257, 81
Shattuck, Harold CEE-Fry Bismarck 182
Shaw, Lawrance CAgE-Jrj St. Vinsent, Minn. 182
Shea, Edward CME-Frb Fargo 204
Sheldon, Betty CAAS-Frb Wheatland
Sheldon, Don CAAS-Sr? Vlfheatland 105
Sheldrup, Marlyn CCE-Sol Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Shelton, Lowell CIE 85 M-Fry Fargo 90
Shelver, Barry CCE-Fri Dunseith
Shelver, William CPh-Srj Staples, Minn. 239, 125,
Shepard, John CAAS-Srl Fargo
Shepard, Sharon CAAS-Fr? Burnstad
Sherwood, Judith CAAS-Srl Fargo 227, 223, 105, 23, 146 144
145, 132, 133, 148, 170, 50, 266
Shiefer, Donald 131
Shields, William CAg-Fry Moorhead, Minn.
Shipley, Betty CAAS-Sol Fargo 225, 141, 183, 33
Shobe, Wesley CAg-Fry McVille
Shockman, Marlene CAAS-Fri Wahpeton
Siedschlag, LeRoy CAg-Frj Berlin 161
Siefken, John CAAS-Srl Fargo
oss CME-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Simons, Beverly CHE-Srh Grand Forks 219, 121, 139, 196
Simons, Donald CAAS-Fry Larimore
Simons, George CAg-Spb Grand Forks
Simonson, Arliss CHE-Fri Hope 228, 159
Simonson, Gladys CAAS-Gradl Audubon, Minn.
Sinner, Geraldine CPh-Fri Fargo 223, 42
Sinner, JoAnn CPh-Jrb Fargo 223, 129
Sinner, Jeanne CHE-S09 Fargo 223, 193, 4
Sjorbotten, Floreen CHE-Sol Horace 153, 152, 193
Skaar, Norma CHE-Srl Hampden 121, 193
Skara, James CArchE-Fry Fargo
Skare, Elmo CAg-Jrl Bagley, Minn. 129
l, Richard CEE-Fri Cooperstown
Skerik, Richard CCE-S03 Hines, Minn. 164
Skjervem, Kenneth CEE-S07 Fordville
by, Bruce CAAS-Fri Mott 34
Skogley, Earl CAg-Gradj Fargo 129
Skognes, Patricia CAAS-Gradl Fargo
Sleight, John CArchE-Sol Beach
Slinde, Caroline CHE-Sol Velva 223, 193, 159
Slobojan, Rita Ann CHE-Sol Mohall 157
Slotten, Russell CAgE-Srl Wahpeton 233, 116, 173, 163, 31, 203
Karen QHE-Jrb Aberdeen, S. Dak. 221, 139, 176, 172
Bruce CPh-Fr? Crosby 84, 85
Forrest CEE-Jrj Edgeley
Gary CAg-Sol Baker, Minn. 190, 4, 175
Smith, I. CAg-Grady Fargo
Smith, Jarold CME-Fri Williston
Jerold CAIg-Frb Sutton
Smith: Lawrence QME-sry Cummings 245, 116
Lowell CAAS-S07 Fargo
Margaret CHE-Fr? Park River 193, 159
ad, Erwin CPh-Frb Duluth, Minn.
d, Grace CAAS-Jrb Hendrum, Minn.
Snyder, Helen CAAS-Jrh Fargo 227
Carol CHE-Jrb Walhalla 223, 193, 172, 40
Sogard, Robert CME-Sol Alamo 244
Solberg, Harold CAg-Jrj Minot 235
Solberg, Henry CAg-Jrj West Fargo 231, 171, 202, 201
Solberg, Joan CHE-Srl Erskine, Minn. 121, 134, 152
Sommerfeldt, Theron CAAS-Spb Fargo
Sorley, Vic 161
Sorensen, Dale CME-Fri Staples, Minn.
Sorenson, Gordon CEE-Fri Buchanan
on, Robert CIE8z M-SOD Minot
on, Clay CEE-Jrj Bismarck 243
Sornsin, John CAAS-Fry Fargo
Southam, J. E. CPH-Srl Mohall 239, 250, 128, 125, 132, 131, 38,
Sparks, Clinton CAAS-Sol Farlgo 146, 147, 183, 158, 186, 150, 160
Sparrow, Ronald CEE-Fri Fargo
Spiker, Shirley CHE-Jrl Fargo
ski, Wallace CME-Fri Jamestown
Spooner, Glen CAg-Frj Noonan
Spooner, Neal CAg-Fry Noonan 191
Sprecher, Gregory KAAS-Fri S. West Fargo
Stadtlander, Gary CEE-Soi Fargo
Curtis CAg-Fri Litchville
Stahleberg, Ronald CCE-Fry Fargo
Stignmen, Joan CHE-Soj Donnybrook 223, 193, 4, 183, 186, 46,
land, Carol CAAS-Frj Argusville
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In Fargo, N. Dak.
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basket in the fieldhousep that would iust be like hiding a bass drum
in a taxicab.
Stangeland, Loren CA'g-Frj Moorhead, Minn 34.
Starkey, Alden CAgE-Jrb Fargo
Staska, Jerome KAAS-Frj Fargo
States, Richard CAg-Sri Sarles 99, 191, 180, 49
Staudt, James CME-Jrj Fargo
Stauffer, Clyde CChem-Srl Cando 107, 133, 183, 33
Stavig, Roger CAAS-Grady Rosholt, S. Dak.
Steffan, Charles CPh-Jrb Devils Lake 233, 40
Steffen, Harley CAg-S07 New Town
Steffes, Robert CAg-Fri Arthur 191, 97, 256
Stegman, Earl CAg-Fri Neche
Steidl, Paul CArchE-Sol Fingal
Steifgman, Maureen CHE-Fri Mandan 227, 253, 4
Steinke, Elaine fAAS-Frj Bordulac
Stelter, Willis CArchE-5th yr.J Doran, Minn. 116, 136
Stenberg, Duane KEE-Fri Kindred
Stenerson, Roger CAAS-Gradb Hunter
Stensland, Sharon CHE-Fry Mohall 181, 193
Stevens, Gerald QEE-Frj Fargo
Stewart, James CAg-Jrj Grand Forks 231, 163, 186, 91
Stewart, William CPh-Jrh Devils Lake
Stiening, John CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Stilwell, Donald CPh-Srb Fargo 125, 140
Stock, Gerald CAAS-Jrj Fargo 182, 173
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Stockman, Howard CAgE-Jrb Williston 241, 128, 97, 182, 163
Gene CME-SOD Williston 241, 131
Stockton, James CAg-Fry Neche
Stoen, Donald CAAS-Sol Fargo 161
Stoll, Kaye CHE-Fry Killdeer 193, 183, 159
Stoll, Thomas CPh-Jr? Killdeer 239
Stolt Flo d EE-So Far
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Storbeck, Carrol CAg-Fri Lake Park, Minn.
Stordahl, Norman CAAS-S05 Hope
Stoutenburg, Jay CA'g-Fr? Hickson
Stover, Fred CAAS-S07 Fargo 65, 83, 58
Stoxen, David CPh-Jrl Taylor 239
Strand, William CCE-Srl Detroit Lakes, Min
Strege, Loren CME-Sol Fargo
Strid, Anton CAg-Fr! McGregor
Strobel, Marilyn CHE-Fri Golden Valley 193
Strom, Thomas CME-Sol Ironwood, Mich. 58
Strommen, Paul CAeroE-Frb Fargo
Strommen, Richard CEE-Srl Fargo 117, 166, 171, 89, 202
Stromstad, Curtis CME-Frh Alkabo
Strong, Robert CAAS-Jrl Peru, Ill. 257, 62, 67
Struble, Loretta CHE-Fry Marion
Struchynski, George CCE-Sol Belfield 165
Stuber, Russell CAg-Jrb Bowman 190
Stuntebeck, James CPh-Srl Wadena, Minn. 239, 125, 140, 133
Sturdevant, Robert CAAS-Sol Wahpeton 66, 58
Sturlaugson, Richard CAg-Fry Lanlgdon
Stutrud, Melvin CAAS-Grady Moorhead, Minn.
Styrvoky, Elizabeth CAAS-Gradj Fargo
Suckerman, William CPh-Frj Dickinson
Suckut, Vergil CIE8: M-Srl Bowdon 241, 117
Suess, Lejames CAAS-Frl Stanton
Sullivan, Margurette CAAS-Grady Fargo
Summers, Alice CHE-Sol Bowbells 225, 193, 143
Sund, Clifford CAgE-Fri Sheyenne 163
Sunde, Richard CAAS-Jr? Park Rapids, Minn. 207, 86
Sundseth, Gailon CME-Jrj Halstad, Minn. 249, 169, 197, 189
Surdahl, Delano CCE-Srl Bottineau
Svedahl, Ralph CIE Sz M-Fry Crookston, Minn.
Svihovec, Burnell CPh-Srj Mott 249, 125, 140
Svihovec, Celeste CAAS-Jrh Mott 219, 4
Swallers, Clair CArchE-Fry Fargo
Swanes, Harold CAAS-Fri Kintyre
Swanke, Harry CAAS-Srl Lakota 52
Swanson, David CAAS-Fry Bowman
Swanson, Harley CAg-Fry Fairmount
Swedlund, Paul CAgE-JrD Velva 241, 197
Sweeney, George CChem-Gradl Larimore
Swenson, Carl CAAS-Sol Moorhead, Minn.
Swenson, Duane CAAS-Jrl Fargo 128, 23, 20, 146, 147, 148, 149,
131, 183, 32, 186, 34 '
Swenson, Elisabeth CPh-Srl Gstaad, Switzerland 129, 125
Swenson, Janice CChem-S05 Fargo
Swenson, Richard CAAS-Srl Fargo
Swenson, Wayne CChem-Srl Dickinson 135, 182, 178, 179
Syverson, Colin CEE-Fry Havana 235
Syverson, Melroy CEE-Sol Turtle Lake
Tallackson, Ruth 'CAAS-Jrb Grafton 219, 141, 183
Talley, Lavern CCE-Fry Lansford
Talley, Manual CME-Srl Lansford 249
Talstad, James 231 .
Tangen, Duane CChem-Frj Frazee, Minn. 179
Tangen, Richard CAAS-Sol Fargo
Tangen, Tenner CCE-Srl Fargo 164, 117
Taverna, Gale CAAS-S05 Fargo 135, 182
Taverna, Neil CAAS-S03 Fargo
Tehven, Marvin CME-Frj Fargo
Teichmann, Richard CAAS-Sol Fargo 177, 183
Teigen, Dorothy CHE-Grady Moorhead, Minn.
Teigen, Edna CHE-Jrl Rugby
Teigen, Gordon CAAS-Sol Fargo
Temple, Richard CAAS-Sol Fargo
Teschendorf, Andrew CChem-Frb Fargo
Teschendorf, Robert CAg-Srj Fargo 249, 99
Tesmer, Wayne CAAS-Frj Walhalla
Tessier, Duane CEE-Fry Fargo .
Tharaldson, Gerald CAAS-Frl Moorhead, Minn.
Thayer, Donald CAAS-Frj Fargo
Forest CEE-Frj Fargo
Thiel, Phillip CPh-Fri Elgin, Ill.
Thiele, James CAg-Sol New Salem
Thomas, Richard CIE 8a M-Frl Bismarck
Thomas, William CEE-Jrl Fargo
Thomas, William L. CPh-Fri Fargo
Thomasson, Gary CAAS-Sol Fargo 83
Gwynethe CAAS-Fri Fargo
Nancy 219, 155, 189 '
Harlyn CArchE-Srl Fargo 117, 136
Janet CHE-Srl Hillsboro 219, 121, 139,
Kenneth CAg-Sol Walhalla 231, 180, 162
William S. CCE-Srl Bismarck 164, 117
William M. CAg-Frb Devils Lake
Willie C. CAg-Fri Hatton
Thomsen, Viggo CCE-Frj Zumbrota, Minn.
Thorsell, Darrell CPh-Sob Larimore 152, 160
Thuring, Ernel CAAS-Sol Fargo 184, 70, 81
Thykeson, Orville CAg-Fri Portland
Timms, Donald CEE-Frj Cando
Timm, Dwight CAeroE-Sri Fargo 117, 19,9
Timm, Gerald CAgJ 180
Tix, Paul CAg-Sol Fango 236
Tofte, Robert CChem-Srl Williston
Tollefson, Samuel CME-Fry Hannah
Tolness, Arlyss CAAS-Fri Fertile, Minn.
Tolstad, Ronald CAg-Sol Dazey 190, 161
Toman, Elgi CAg-Jrb Flasher 235, 180
Tomlinson, JoAnn CHE-Jrl Fargo 225
Tommerdahl, Dorothy CAAS-Sol Hendrum, M
Tonn, Richard CME-Frl Hancock, Minn.
Tool, Everett CAg-Grad? Fargo
Topp, Kenneth CAg-Frb Grace City 151
Torblaa, Lowell CAAS-Srl Grafton
Torkelson, Eileen CAAS-Fri Grafton
Torkelson, Noel CCE-Frj Fargo
Tottingham, Roy CEE-Fri Sheldon
Trangsrud, Charles CAg-Fri Kindred
Trangsrud, Henry CCE-Jrj Kindred 241, 164, 153, 152
Trautman, Dwayne CAAS-Jrl Woodworth
Traynor, Duane CArchE-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Treat, Edward CIE 8: M-Fri Fargo
Triggs, LeRoy CIE 8zM-Frb Steele -
Trisko, Gordon CAAS-FrJ Carlos, Minn.
Trisko, Walter CPh-Frj Carlos, Minn.
Trom, John CPh-Sol Lisbon
Trom, Patricia CAAS-Jrb Kindred 225, 250, 186
Trottier, Darlene CHE-Srl Fargo 223, 121
Tschida, Allan CAAS-Jrj Enderlin 241
Tschider, Richard CAAS-Sol Bismarck 251, 19, 62, 67
Tucker, Donald CPh-Fri Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Tucker, Joyce CChem-Fri Fargo 219
Tucker, Robert CCh-Jrj Fargo 173, 185
Turner, Beth CAAS-Srl Wilton 229, 105
Turner, Patricia CAAS-Sol Wilton 229
Turnquist, Rodney CEE-Srl Farwell, Minn. 117, 133, 166
Tuthill, George CArchE-Srl Cogswell 117
Tuthill, Jill CAAS-Fri Cogswell
Tuthill, William CIE8zM-Srl Cogswell 117, 167, 142
Twichell, Seth CArchE-Jrj Mapleton 245, 155, 158
Tyson, Beverly CHE-Fri Bismarck 227, 4
Tyson, Edmund CAAS-Srl Bismarck 249
Ulberg, Carlyle CEE-Fry Northwood
Ulness, Arthus CArchE-Fry Fargo
Ulsaker, Norman CAg-Gradb Fargo
Ulschmid, Darlene CAAS-Frj Frazee, Minn.
Ulven, Ronald CAg.-Fry Hawley, Minn. 180
Unkenholz, James CAg-Sol Mandan 158, 151
Urban, Allen CME-Jrj Minot 241, 167
Uthus, Ronald CEE-Frb Fargo
inn. 252, 253
Vad, Darrol CPh-SOD Thief River Falls, Minn.
Vad, Duane CPh-Srl Thief River Falls, Minn. 239, 125
Vail, Jesse CAAS-Grady Fargo 58
Valent, Stearn CCE-Fri Fessenden
Valentine, Mary CHE-Jr? Hope 139, 153
Van Berkom, Lowell CPh-Jrj Powers Lake 249, 131
Van Slyck, Louis CEE-Grad? Fargo
Van Slyck, Maureen CAAS-Srl Fargo 223, 105, 50
Vasenden, Arvid CPh-Jrj Fertile, Minn. 239, 135, 131, 188, 1
Vasey, Edfred CAg-Grad! Mott
Vasey, Joyce CHE-Srj Loma 223, 121, 139, 134
Vedvig, Harvey CPh-S07 Carpio
Velure, Janice CAAS-Fri Kathryn
Veralrud, Elton CPh-Sol Park River
Vermeland, Donald CArchE-Jrj Sandwich, Ill.
Vestre, Claremont CPh-Sol Bottineau
Vetse, Melvin CAg-Sol Pine City, Minn.
Vick, Alan CME-Gradj Banks
Vick, LeRoy CEE-Sol Hankinson
Vickers, Patrick CAAS-Jrj Claremont, S. Dak. 20, 58, 61
Vogel, John CA1gi-Srl Fargo 99, 163, 49
Vigesaa, Laurence CArchE-Soy Cooperstown
Voelker, Estelle CHE-Sol Fargo 183
Voeller, Donald CAg-Frh Rugby
Vogel, John CAg-Srl Fargo 99, 163, 49
Volden, Howard CAAS-Grady Hillsboro
Vondal, Connie CAAS-Frj Neche
Vonderheide, Jerome CEE-Srl Underwood 117, 166, 189, 203
Voracek, Donald CIE 8a M-Jrj Fargo 167, 185, 171
Vos, Richard CAAS-Jrh Fargo 1
Voss, Amy CAAS-Fry Rosholt, S. Dak.
Vosseteig, lone CHE-Fri Finley 193, 253, 183
Vrem, Marcoe CAAS-Srl Thorne
Wade, Hal CAg-Frj Mohall 190
Wagner, Donald CIE 8z M-Jrj Harvey 169
Wahlin, Kenneth CAig,-Fry
Wagner, Elroy CPh-Fry Hutchinson, Minn.
Wagner, Floyd CPh-Jrj Hutchinson, Minn. 184, 58
Wagner, Neil CCE-Frj Monango
Walker, Claire Ann CHE-Frb Garrison 154, 193, 182, 143
Walker, Robert CME-Fri Moorhead, Minn.
Wall, Wayne CAAS-Fri Bottineau 257
Wallace, Clifford fPh-Jrb Milaca, Minn. 239
Wallentine, Dale CAAS-Srl Svea, Minn. 184, 62, 83, 202, 58, 60
Walstad, Douglas CAAS-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 184, 76, 74, 73,
70, 84, 85
Walter, Jerry CME-Sol Fargo 241, 68
Walvatne, Ethel CAAS-Frb Fargo 219
Walz, Rev. Julius KAAS-Gradl Fargo
Wardwell, Donovan CAg-Gradj Fargo
Warner, Arthur CAAS-Fry Fargo
Warren, Ted CPh-Srl Harvey 125, 135 A
Washburn, Donald CArchE-Jrl Fergus Falls, Minn.
Watkins, Bill 197, 35 '
Watt, Joan CHE-Fry Embden 223, 193, 159
Watts, James CChem-Fri Lisbon 152
Waxler, Ronald CME-Jrb Fargo 173
Weatherford, Wayne CAAS-Srl Moorhead, Minn. 105
Weaver, John CME-Sol Lowry, Minn.
Webb, Byron CAAS-Sol Montevideo, Minn. 243
Webb, Grace CHE-Frb Montevideo, Minn. 223, 250, 251, 152,
Webster. Wallace CIE 8x M-Srl Valley City 117, 167, 160
Wedul, Kenneth fPh-Srl Thief River Falls, Minn. 239, 125, 31
Weight, Leland CCE-Frj Chino, Calif.
Weiser, Conrad CAg-Jrj Fargo 129
Weiser, J. Myrth CHE-Fry Hazelton 181
Weispfenning, Bernice CHE-Frj Moorhead, Minn.
Weiss, Earl CCE-Jrl Bismarck 2494
Welch, David 165 V
Welken, Ralph KEE-Grad? Valley City
Well, Joline CHE-Jrl Cavalier 223, 4, 172
Welsh, James CAIg-Jrj Langdon 231
Wenaas, Donald CAAS-Sol Hunter
Wendt, Laurence CAAS-Fry Fargo
Werner, Marvin CAg-Frj Brisbane
Werth, Mel CAg-S05 Marshfield, Wis. 62, 58
Westrnan, Owen CPhysics-Fri Aneta
Westphal, Bonnie CHE-Frl Enderlin 223, 193, 175, 183
Westrick, Ronald CAg-Frb Harwood
Wetherbee, Robert CAg-Fri Fairmount 236
Weyland, Herman CChemT-S05 Fargo 179
Wheeler, Arthur CAAS-Sol Carrington 182
Wheeler, Susan CAAS-Sol Mandan 225, 250, 145
Whidden, Bruce CEE-Srl Minot 233. 117, 166, 142
White, Dale CAAS-Frj Hitterdal, Minn.
White, James CAAS-Sol Sykeston
Whiting, Ann CAAS-Sol Fargo 227, 4, 130, 196, 170, 44
Whitmer, James CCE-Srl Fargo
Widdifield, Russell CAg-Grady Fargo
Wiederholt, Gerald CAAS-Jrb Fargo
Wiegandt, Helen KAAS-Frl Niagara
Wieland, Alan CCE-Jrb Fargo 185
Wilcox, Burton CChem-Sol Center 245
Willard, Leonard CPh-Jrl Fargo
Willert, JoAnn CHE-Srl Hankinson 221, 121, 139, 132, 133, 144,
145, 183, 170, 33, 271
Williams, Earl CCE-Sol Des Lacs 164, 81
Williams, Karl CChem-Srl Fargo
Williams, Lois CHE-Frl Fargo 227
Williams, Winifred CAAS-Fry Olds, Alberta, Canada
Willison, Darryl CAAS-Frb Blanchard
Willits, Richard CAAS-Frb Fargo
Willy, Elaine CHE-Frj Esmond 157, 193, 252, 253, 19
Wilson, Dennis CEE-Srl Fergus Falls, Minn. 244, 117, 162, 197
Wilson, Richard CME-Sol Fargo 241, 154
Wilson, Shannon CAg-Frb Fergus Falls, Minn.
Windsor, Richard CIE 8z M-Fry Forman
Winge, Royce CChem-Fry Litchville
Winter, Frederick CPh-Jrl Park Rapids, Minn.
Winter, James CCE-Sol Hallock, Minn.
Wiseman, Wayne CAAS-Frb Williston
Wisness, Margaret CHE-Sri Maddock 229, 121, 134
Wisted, Harmon CEE-Sol Pillsbury
Woitzel, Helen fl-IE-Sol Gardner
Wold, Bernard CME-Frb Fargo
Wold, James KAAS-Jrl Fargo 184
Wolf, Leonard Ckg-Srl Medora
Wolf, Wilfred CCE-Jrj Hague 164
Wolla, Maurice fEE-Srl Minot 117, 137
Wollan, Kay CChern-Sol Plentywood, Mont. 153, 152, 145, 179,
Wollmann, Ralph CPh-Frb Chaseley
Wong, Hans CChem-Fri Albert Lea, Minn.
Woodruff, Robert CChem-Grady Reynoldshore, Ohio 179
Woods, John CAg-Frb Forest River
Woods, Mark CCE-Srl Bottineau
Woods, Robert CCE-Fry Forest River
Woodward, Richard CAAS-Fri Fargo
Worner, Donald CME-Fri Hankinson
Worner, Wayne KAAS-Frj Wahpeton
Woyak, Owen CEE-Fr! Jamestown
Wright, Alice CChem-Srl Oberon 107, 178
Wright, Dennis CAAS-Frj Fargo 157
Wright, Joseph CAAS-Grad? Fargo
Wright Marvin CAg-Sol Flasher
Wright, Robert CCE-Gradb Fargo 235
Wright, Theodore CME-Jrj Fargo
Young, James CChern-Jrb Anamoose 233, 173, 178
Ysteboe, Howard CIE8z M-Srl Fargo 117
Zacha, Margaret CAAS-Frl Michigan
Zaharee, Donald CME-Fry Max 235, 81
Zastera, Kenneth CEE-Srl Minot 166
Zaun, Mary Ann CHE-Srl Valley City
Zavada, Bert CArchE-Jr? Fargo
Zaylskie, Barbara CAAS-Srl Fargo 155, 105
Zeman, Earl CArchE-Jrb Fargo
Zenker, Edmund KAAS-Frb Gackle
Ziegler, Adele CHE-Frb Georgetown, Minn. 193
Zieglleigafictor CCE-Srl Hebron 245, 128, 117, 146, 147, 149, 133,
Ziglisydorf, Joan CHE-Srl Rhame 219, 138, 121, 139, 141, 144, 145
Zieman, Lyle CAg-Sol Makoti 237, 236
Zimmer, John CAg-Gradj Fargo
Zimmerman, Arthur CEE-Fr! Marion
Zimmerman, Beatrice CHE-Grad? Fargo
Zink, Laverne CAgE-Srl Fargo 117, 163, 49
Zink, Raymond CEE-Sol Bordulac
Zook, Donald CCE-Jrj Garrison 165, 160
Zorn, Robert CPh-Fri Alexandria, Minn.
Zottnick, Ronald ClE8c M-Jrj Edgeley 84, 85
Zueger, Emil CPh-Jrb Mandan 249, 20, 27, 184, 38, 19, 58, 60
Zuehlke, Sharon CHE-Fr! Fargo 220
Zuklic, Robert CAAS-Sr? Chicago, Ill. 241, 105, 131, 184, 42
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