University of Wisconsin River Falls - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

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Wisconsin State University River Falls, Wisconsin MELETEAN 1968 Volume 56 Portrait of a Year The campus, a sprawling constantly changing canvas. The buildings, expanding, increasing in number, form the slowly but constantly shifting background. The people, the instantly changing element that creates the vital living portion. Everyday, every moment, all of these are interacting in some way. each time in a different way. Because of the incessant change in these elements, no portrait of this university will ever, nor can it ever, be complete. Only brief glimpses of different places, of various people doing a certain thing at a particular moment in time, can be presented in these pages. 3Staff Editor.............. Copy Editor......... Portrait Editor..... Faculty Editor ..... Athletics Editor — Assistants.......... Organizations Editor Assistant........... Adviser ............ ___Jerry Frigo .. Kay Peterson ... Mary Lepori .. Larry Jorstad Craig Middleton Harley O’Brion Steve Glessing .. Barbara Kist ... Cindy Bova .. Donald BrodContents Portrait of a Year ............................................9 Faculty ......................................................86 Seniors .................................................... 126 Athletics................................................... 154 ........................... 17$ s OrganizationsPortrait of a Campus 1. North Hall 2. South Hall 3. Chalmer Davee Library 4. Hagestad Student Center 5. Karges Physical Education Center 6. Industrial Arts Building 7. Agriculture-Science Building 8. Hathorn Hall 9. Hathorn Cottage 10. Ames Laboratory School 11. May Hall 12. Prucha Hall 13. Stratton Hall 14. Johnson Hall 15. Heating Plant 16. Rodli Commons 17. Grimm Hall 18. McMillan Hall 19. Parker Hall 20. Crabtree Hall 7Words on bronze to mean freedom freedom for man's spirit to fly-while he dreams dreams of constrictions, obsessions and release from them Malleable words shaping pliable truthsPORTRAIT OF A YEAR Wisconsin state university RIVER FALLSSSIlSB®:A student's year is a fleeting succession of images, an assemblage of scenes montaged one upon another. Classroom scenes, special events, teachers, students, sports and organizations create a pattern of memories. How do you draw a portrait of a year? From the chaos, abstract a class, an event, a face, a group. Frame them in a campus scene and create a scrapbook of portraits of a year — at Wisconsin State University-River Falls.ACTIVITIES OPPORTUNITIES The most colorful elements in the portrait are the special events and activities that highlight the year. All-school events like Homecoming and Winter Carnival are the froth and fun of campus life. But other special events add a vital dimension to the academic experience. Fine Arts Week spurs creativity and an interest in the arts by bringing nationally known performers and artists to campus. The Grassroots Politics Conference applies national questions to state and local interests by attracting politicians and scholars to the campus podium. The World Affairs Forum presents opposing views of current foreign policy issues by visiting experts. Special-interest activities such as theatre and music, publications and debate, dance and rodeo, offer every student a chance to contribute his talents and energies to campus life. From the whirling maze of activities, each student chooses those compatible with his interests and abilities — those most suitable for framing in his portrait of a year.THE FACULTY CONCERN A university is no more than the sum of its faculty. A River Falls professor exhibits professional competence and scholarly achievement mixed with a large measure of that vital ingredient — concern for his students. Because his classes are generally small and taught in an informal atmosphere, he can devote special attention to the individual student. At River Falls, students are identified by name, not by number.VDEVELOPMENT That wise and sophisticated student, the senior, is the final version of a series of out-of-focus snapshots. Four years at the University have transformed him from a confused, beanied freshman to a polished senior. For the student interested in charting his academic path. River Falls shows the way with many opportunities for enrichment. The honors program presents the talented student with chances to gain insight into his major field by participating in honors seminars and doing individual research in directed honors study. The Quarter Abroad is a three-month program of foreign travel and study which offers University credit. Great Ideas courses, in fields other than the student's major, provide him with a broader understanding of vital forces in American life. I The River Falls senior is not a narrow specialist. He is a person of many dimensions. He is the most confident (and hardest-working) student, the most accomplished bridge player, the mainstay of the athletic teams, the committed artist, the campus politician; in short, the complete student.SPORTS SPIRIT Spirit is a vital element in every student activity, but it is at its most colorful and vocal at a sports event. Who can resist the frenzied chants and jack-in-the-box dance of the cheerleader? Stand up and cheer for Big Red — block that kick, guard that basket. pin the heavyweight, kill the umpire! Collegiate exuberance breathes life into an otherwise inanimate image — the portrait of a year.ORGANIZATIONS FRIENDSHIPS An organization is a collection of friendships: the most memorable moments of the student's career. River Falls students belong to a multitude of organizations: fraternal, professional, political, religious, social, cultural. Through these groups, the student meets people from other backgrounds and other countries, finds friends with like interests, and enhances his knowledge of his vocational field. Without organizations, the friendships they encourage, and the academic enrichment they provide, a portrait of a year would be only a preliminary sketch.LEARNIN THE FREE SPIRIT A portrait of River Falls begins and ends with learning— in classroom, laboratory, library; through listening, reading, debating. The most rewarding moments of the year are those in which a phrase, an idea, a philosophy illuminates a pattern for life. River Falls three undergraduate colleges — Liberal Arts. Education and Agriculture — offer the student a choice of 30 majors. Small classes, accessible teachers, and a free and open atmosphere are conducive to a stimulating « academic experience. Learning is the element which frames the portrait at the University "where the free spirit prevails."26Initiation And Homecoming Activities Highlight Fall QuarterA Library Addition And New Food CenterExpand The Campus Throw up buildings with harsh, pounding, blasting sounds with air-hammer sounds with whining, cutting power-saw sounds— so that people may say later, "We have done something." 29Three Out Of Four Coeds In Hathorn Are Camera Shy 30 31At The End Of A Day, Students Return Tc Dormitories Or Off-CampusHousing People stacked in lighted boxes with prism-like backgrounds who use the same showerrooms the same clothes washers the same food service the same beds to sit on to listen to stories of love, bugaloo, alcohol and soccer And the philosopher would say. "All life is meeting." 33Queen Jean Reigns Over Homecoming 34Jane Scharr Judy Hancock 35 Kay KraussThe Year Brings A Changing Campus And Student Protestsi Lab Farm Provides Opportunities For Research41: v 42How many cups of coffee will it take to keep us awake to help us look in somebody's eyes to make us people? Student Actors Perform in Major Productions throughout the year. 44The Preservation Hall Jazz Band — New Orleans.46The Four Freshmen entertain. 47"Book lamin’ ain't for me,” said the freshman but the senior, who was educated said. "I regret to deform you that by the process of illumination I have come to the seclusion that my detachment for the literary proclavities has dissipated irreconducibly. May I reirritate?"■MfelB Students obtain registration materials in the registrar's office. 493BS 50SIRide ’em! Wah hoo! Sizz-fizz-powie! The Horse doesn’t want to sprain its numb either. 53ChristmasFormal 55To put the self in Fibers of gauze rolled and painted, hot brass rings with chieftains on them clay, charcoal. quartz To learn to create a monument — an image of life 56 Faculty Art Show 571968 Winter Carnival Ice Sculptures Co-eds work on ice sculptures. 58 59First place ice sculpture in the men's division went to Phi Sigma Epsilon lor their snowflake. 60 Second place went to the Vet's Club.First place in the women's division went to Delta lota Chi. 61Linda Graves speculates on the next course. 62 E3ti rig ContestFreezin’ Frolics Are Held During Winter Carnival WeekSteve Gustafson is elected Winter Carnival KingThe First Edition appeared as part of the International Talent Preview. Dan Zimmer was the first place winner of the F.F.A. Talent Contest. Pat McCormick sings at the talent show. 65Student Photographers Capture Wintertime Ice covered stream by Monty Knzan. Low Hanging tree by Kay Sanders. Snow coveredwood pile by Helen Alexander. 67CabaretVictor Pernell sings French Folk Songs.I - 70 I FiFi advises everyone to "Hamm it up.'"Bernarda Alba" featured a cast of all women. The House of Bernarda Alba“Sunday Excursion’Winter Carnival Ice Sculptures 74751967 Homecoming Lawn DisplaysTorture The Titans 7780 Interim President Dr. Richard Delorit Or. Richard Delorit. academic vice president, was appointed interim president September 1.1967. when the resignation of Dr. E. H. Kleinpell became effective. Dr. Delorit graduated from Wisconsin State University River Falls in 1942. with a B.S. degree. He served as vocational agriculture instructor at high schools in Abbotsford. Plymouth and River Falls. In 1953 he be- gan working as an instructor at the University in addition to his job at the high school. Dr. Delorit became assistant professor of agriculture in 1956. In 1957 he became dean of the College of Agriculture. He was named to the position of vice president of academic affairs in 1964.‘Acting’ Administrators This was the year of the "acting" administrators. With the resignation of President E. H. Kleinpell. effective Sept. 1. Academic Vice President R. J. Delorit became interim president. Oelorit appointed Graduate School Dean Philip Anderson to be acting academic vice president and named Agriculture Education Professor Marvin Thompson acting dean of the Graduate School. Philip Anderson- 89 R. J. Delorit Marvin ThompsonVice Presidents Before the ‘■acting" appointments. River Falls was served by three vice presidents. Delorit (center) in charge of academic affairs. William Munns (left) in charge of student affairs, and Wayne Wolfe in charge of administrative affairs. 90 let’s look at that again91B. J. Rozehnal Registrar Cietus Henriksen Business Manager Wilbur Sperling Development Director Nancy Brod Publications Editor Merlin Hansen Information OfficerJames Schmidt. Asst. 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Elementary Education JEANETTE SCHADE Spring Valley Education B.S. Elementary Education and Psychology JOHN SCHAEFER St. Cloud. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Mathematics and Economics JANE SCHARR Alma Education B.S. Elementary Education LEE SCHIESSER Forestville Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Chemistry LARRY SCHLEUSNER Ridgeland Agriculture B.S. Agriculture and Business Administration JAMES SCHMIDT Loyal Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education DAVID SCHMITZ Spooner Arts and Sciences B.S. Economics and Political Science VIRGIL SCHNEIDER Baraboo Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Business SANDRA SCHULTZ River Falls Education B.S. Elementary Education 147DONALD SEATON Coleman Agriculture B.S. Animal Science FRANK SEGERSTROM River Falls Arts and Sciences B.S. Business Administration and Mathematics JAMES SEIFERT Prescott Arts and Sciences B.S. Economics and Mathematics VRANNA SELANDER Grantsburg Arts and Sciences B.S. Sociology and Psychology MELVIN SHAFEL Antigo Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education DAVID SHARP River Falls Education B.S. English CHARLES SIMPSON Durand Education B.S. History ELLEN SIMPSON Durand Education B.S. Elementary Education GARY SIMPSON Hudson Arts and Sciences 8A English MARSHALL SIMPSON Hudson Education B.S. Speech and Psychology ALLEN SINCLAIR Barron Arts and Sciences B.S. Mathematics GERALD SKALECKI Thorp Education B.S. Biology DARYL SKRUPKY Turtle Lake Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology 148CAROL SMILEY Webster Education B.A. Elementary Education ALAN SMITH Elmwood Arts and Sciences B.S. Physics and Mathematics KATHRYN SMITH River Falls Education B.S. Elementary Education and Speech Correction THOMAS SOCHA Krakow Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education JOHN SPI ELMAN Menomonie Arts and Sciences B.S. Business Administration SHARON STEDT St. Paul. Minnesota Education B.S. Elementary Education and Speech Correction KERMITH STEFFENHAGEN Red Wing. 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Psychology and Sociology STEVEN TUCKER Sparta Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education ROBERT TWESME Arcadia Agriculture B.S. Agriculture ISILINDA UELAND North St. Paul. Minnesota Education B.S. Physical Education ALAN VALENTINE Denmark Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education JUDITH VIITANEN Amery Education B.S. Music LANA WALKER Stillwater. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.A. Sociology and Music WILLIAM WALL Ellsworth Arts and Sciences B.S. Mathematics ROGER WASIELEWSKI Milwaukee Education B.A. History SANDRA WASILUK North St. Paul. Minnesota Education B.S. Elementary Education GARY WEIRAUCH Marshfield Agriculture B.S. Animal Science WAYNE WEISS Wausau Education B.A. Economics and Political Science LeROY WELLMAN Colby Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education JOHN WELLS Hastings. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Sociology and Psychology KATHLEEN WENDEL St. Paul. Minnesota Arts and Sciences 8.S. Psychology and Sociology EDWARD WESOLEK Mosinee Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Business 152JAMES WHITE Maiden Rock Education B.S. Mathematics JANET WHITTON Minneapolis. Minnesota Education B.S. Elementary Education JOAN WICK Rice Lake Education B.S. Elementary Education PATRICIA WICHMAN River Falls Education B.S. Elementary Education BRUCE WICKMAN Shell Lake Agriculture B.S. Agronomy and Soils NANCY WIECZOREK St. Paul. Minnesota Education B.S. Elementary Education DAVID WILLIAMS Silver Lake Agriculture B.S. Farm Management ESTHER WILLIAMSON Cumberland Education B.S. Elementary Education CHARLES WITZEL Dresser Arts and Sciences B.S. Psychology CHARLES WOLFE River Falls Arts and Sciences B.A. Sociology MARK YONAN Beirut. Lebanon Arts and Sciences B.A. Mathematics DONALD ZAPPA Hudson Arts and Sciences B.S. Business Administration RICHARD ZIGNEGO Woodvilie Arts and Sciences B.S. Business Administration GRAYSON ZUHLKE Kendall Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education 1S3 (continued on page 246)ATHLETICS Footbal Falcon Augsburg 41 Superior 27 Eau Claire 14 La Crosse 7 Whitewater 26 Stevens Point 48 Oshkosh 17 Stout 28 Platteville 12 R.F. player tackles a Platteville Pioneer. Jerry Trooien. 12. scoring a touchdown against Platteville. Tim Bue. 21. blocking. Dave Sempf. 41. and Dennis Erno. 68. watching from sidelines. The coaches FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Gwynn Christiansen. James Helminiak. Rial Smith, and John Perrin. River Falls River Falls River Falls River Falls River Falls River Falls River Falls River Falls River FallsJohn O'Neil. 48. handblocking La Crosse tacklers. 8rian Kreibich. 15. fighting for extra yardage. Harold Blank. 20. catching pass. Harold Blank. 20. sweeping left end. John T'Neil. 48. carrying ball around right end against La Crosse.Mark Lynch, tackle Rick Elrod, quarterback FIRST ROW. Dave Johnson. 34. Bill Nelson. 82. Jon Ubbelohde. 27. Dennis Erno. 68. Mark Lynch. 73. Dave Outcelt. 55. Dick Sievert. 76. Dwight Hough. 53. Rich Elrod. 17. Bob Schultz. 63. Harold Blank. 20. Steve Vail. 42. Ron Hein. 22. Gary Ludvigson. 26. SECOND ROW. Rial Smith, coach. Bob Hcrbiak. 23. Tim Bue. 21. Tim De Lawyer. 38. Jerry Trooien. 12. Rick Stet-feck. 69. Ed Mason. 6. Tom Carroll. 51. Dave Christianson. 52. Paul Jucken. 71. Dave Sempt. 45. Glen Kohl. 54. John Egan. 61. Mark Guderyon. 70. Byron Anderson. 91. Art Coulter. 44. John Cahalan, 5. James Helminiak, coach. THIRD ROW, Larry Hapke. coach. Gary Davison. 30. Jerry Skalecki. 83. Keith Isaacson. 87. Jim Henkel. 9. Milt Olson. 78. Larry Larson. 80. Jim Smith. 72. Bruce Krueger. 79. Jett Klimmek. 50. Dick Howard. 90. Dan Cartwright. 85. Dave Dwight Hough, center Dick Sievert. tackle Dennis Erno. guard Dave Outcelt. center Harold Blank, flanker 158Johnson. 35. John Arth, 74. Chuck Cristoph. 89. Walt Karbecke. 86. Ken Harter, manager. FOURTH ROW. Bruce Riekowski. Mgr.. Tom Shindler. Mgr.. Steve Vogler. 56. Mike Jenson. 60. Brian Kreibich. 15. Joe Rozak. 93. Pete Barrington. 88. Steve Sirianni. 8. Dennis Glass. 92. Kent Kosibucki. 18. Ed Gruenwald. 25. John O’Neill. 43. Carlos Kreibich. 66. Bert Petersen. 16. Steve Ullom. 46. Dennis Olson. 64. Glenn Linder. Mgr.. Gwynn Christensen. Coach. Ed Gruenwald. 25. Dave Outcelt. 55. Rich Elrod. 17. Art Coulter. 44. Brian Kreibich. punterFIRST ROW, Craig Middleton. Dale Schwebel. Daryl Anderson. Randy Poulson. SECOND ROW, Mike Tremblay. Gary Berglin. Ron Forman, manager Dale Janoda. THIRD ROW, Mike Jirovec. Larry Rud. Stan Dahnert. Don Donahue. Coach Byron James. Greg Zwadlo. Cross Country 1967 Berglin and Forman leading race against Carlton. Start of a very miserable race, rain and cold.LEFT TO RIGHT, Victor Jeo. Steve Guggemos. Bob Erickson. Dave Voetz. Steve Ortman. Jeff Stefanski. Larry Cipov. Pete Van Dyke. Perry Karl. Rich Oberpiller. Greg Zwaldo. Andy Barrett. Wayne Schrubbe. captain. Jim Henkel. Coach Larry Void Gymnastics Andy Barrett on horizontal bar. Perry Karl Larry Cipov on the rings. Dave Voetz on parallel bars.Russ Ryss showing good bowling form. Bowling Team Left to right. FIRST ROW: Dave Vande Vrede. Mike Livermore. SECOND ROW: Russ Ryss, Coach Jim Schmidt. Bruce Teigen. Dave Wells on the diving Jim Daniels doing the 1000 freestyle, board. Jim Daniels and Mike Waddel at the start of the 500 freestyle. FIRST ROW: Doug Coldwell. Jim Daniels. SECOND ROW: Mike Waddel. Brien Petersburg. Dave Penti-coff. Dave Wells. Chuck Crotty. Four Go To Nationals Dave Wells doing a back dive. CKPBC im Mike Livermore going down the bowling lane against La Crosse. Co-captain Jim Daniels with Coach Michael Davis and Doug Caldwell. Dave Penticoff was third in the conference in the 200 yard breaststroke. Bruce Teigen showing his bowling form. Dave Vande Vrede bowls while St. Cloud looks on. Falcon Swim Team Twenty Records Broken During the season, the Falcon swimmers broke every record except the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 yard freestyle. Dan Collins, one of the members of the Medley Relay Team, represented River Falls at the NAIA Swim Meet at St Cloud. i 111 14 I Gustavus Adolphus lost Stevens Point lost La Crosse lost Stout won Hamline lost Carlton won St. Olaf won Superior won Platteville lost Whitewater won St. Thomas lost Oshkosh lost Team results. 7 losses and 5 wins.Bill Van Dyke tips ball in tor Falcon score against Eau Claire. Steve Gustafson fights for rebound with Eau Claire player. George Voss lays up ball for a second effort shot.Basketball Bill Van Dyke taking a long jump shot from the free throw line. Pat Gehraty shooting jump shot against Eau Claire. Steve Gustafson tipping basketball, scoring against Stout. Greg Miller trying for rebound along with Steve Gustafson against Eau Claire.Tip off. Van Dyke jumps against Stout basketball player. Van Dyke shoots shot from side of court. Freshmen basketball team. FIRST ROW. Dick Schultz. Tom McLeary. Mike Kaminski. Wayne Hasielet. John O'Neill. SECOND ROW. DeWayne Lee. Manager. Mike Krohn, Dave Zimmerman. Brad Berg. Paul Bergman, Gwynn Christensen, coach. Ken Flouro winning his match. Tom Alex gaining two points for predicament hold. Wrestling coach James mstructingCraig Swenson. River Falls runner-up in the national meet. 1968.Pose shot of Dave Olson. Wrestling FIRST ROW. Jay Wollon. Pete Palmer. George Voss. Steve Gustafson. Dennis Birch. Greg Miller. SECOND ROW. Manager. Dave Arnold. Bill Van Dyke. Pat Gehraty. Coach Benson. Dave Olson. Bill Giomski. Ken Harter. _ , . Tom Madison hand battles with Upper Iowa Tom Alex awarded two points for predicament. wrestler. Ed Oliver, Arlin lundgaard. Craig Swenson. Scott Wood. Ken Fiouro. Jim Moore. Brock Masrud SECOND ROW, Bob Schulz. Dave Johnson. Tom Alex. Dale Evens. Larry Vitort. Ed Whodol. Don Bellum. THIRD ROW. mgr. Dale Schweble. Dave Wirtala. Oick Sebion. Doug Williams. Jesse Zyolena. Larry Rud. Richard Forrest. Tom Madison, coach Byron James. Mgr. Steve Nelson.Ken Flouro pins Upper Iowa matman.Falcon Hockey 1967-1968 Falcons Beat Notre Dame Nine Wins And One DefeatFIRST ROW: Pete Plamer. Skip Glor. Rich O'Connell. SECOND ROW: Bill Homeson. Jim Willie. Bob Thorton. Bob Iverson. John Clark. Chuck Duby. Gary Burnstead. THIRD ROW: Bill Nelson. Jim Hentzel. Steve Gustalson. Ralph Andren. Dave Larken. FIRST ROW: Larry Jaske. Dick Darmody. Greg Lindberg. Jim Brindley. Gene Hoff. Jon Swenson, standing. Bob Halverson. SECOND ROW: Joe Broneak. John Humphrey. Dewey Selander. Dennis Vog- land. Dick Carlson. Dick Whalen. Tom Younghans. THIRD ROW: Bill Mosher. Bob Heller. Pete Holstrom, Jerry Troojen. Pete Boelter.Shot on goal. Phi Nu Chi championship football team. FIRST ROW: Kurt Klein-hans. George Alecci. Lance Hittman. Dave Arnoldi. Bill Hastings. Greg Lindberg. Larry Kreibich. SECOND ROW: Dave Zirzow. Gary Waterhouse. Nobby Abrahamson, Gary Bastian. Bob Jacobson. Dave Imrie. Bob Girard. Ralph Peter. THIRD ROW: Ray Morrow. Har ry Peterson. Pat Cunningham. Jim Neumann. Tom Margeneau Jack Pentz. Coach Dave Rosga.Falcon Baseball Team, 1968 FIRST ROW: Bruce Reikowski. Gary Davidson. Bob Jacobson. Harold Blank. Terry Bodeen. Steve Vail. John Humphrey. Joe Broneak. Scott Gaalaas. Bruce Albright. Bob Afdahl. Terry Frerker. Duane Lee. SECOND ROW: Coach Jim Helminiak. Dave Rosga. Larry Kues- ter. Dick Schultz. Bob Orcutt. Perry Arndt. Al Waschke. Bill Glomski. Dave Olson. Duane Selander. Gary Kucko. Tim DeLawyer. Steve Vog-ler. Coach Don Page. 172"rack FIRST ROW: Pete Barrington. Randy Paulson. Dick Carlson. Dean Jaeger. Roger Dray. SECOND ROW: Rich Marshall. Jon Ubbelhode. John Calahan. Erwin Daniels. Gene McKahan, Tom Sharkey. Larry Rud. Kent Rice. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Rial Smith. Dick Nerbun. Tom Spindler. Dennis Lindbald, Sosthenes Nunyakpe. Darryl Anderson. Mick Trembley. Greg Zwaldo. Mark lindell. Henry Hanson, Jim Serburne. Gary Berglin, Craig Middleton, Glen Linder. (Mgr.). 173Ken Rice going over hurdles at Stout indoor meet. Jim Serburne practicing his hurdle form in gym workout. Dick Carlson hitting the tape with his nose in sprint race.Randy Paulson polevaulting 10 feet. John Calahan running 440. Dick Nerburn highjumping clearing the bar at 5'10".US Olympic Wrestling Team Tryouts 176Falcon Action Team FIRST ROW, Donna Ogilvie. Jan Curtis. Barb Oill. SECOND ROW, Cheryl Grilley. captain. Jane Lewis. THIRD ROW, Linda Clausen. 177ORGANIZATIONSStudent Senate Foundation Committee FIRST ROW, LaVerne Herberg, Clayton Halverson. Bob Rasmussen, Chuck Feltes. SECOND ROW, Wayne Weiss. Steve Vogler, Steve Ort-man. Francis Haines. John Chudy. FIRST ROW, Susan Richardson, Carolyn Clark. Clay Halverson. Anne Parnell. Marguerite Hough. SECOND ROW, Gary Rohde. Advisor. Rich Oberprilier. Candy Wasielewski. Emily Ross. Sally Wegner. Mar-ilen Langowski. THIRD ROW, Jim Shug. Doug Volkman. James Dub-row. Wayne Weiss. Curt Larson. Advisor.University Activities Board Associated Women Students Board FIRST ROW. Betty V opat. Sally Hctzcl. Sharon Seilback. Pat Karmk. Ruth Erickson. Grctchen Diche. Kathy linehan. SECOND ROW. Evy Maulc. Gene Reinardy. Steve Vogler. Andy Anton. FIRST ROW. Debbie James. Susan Weaver. Barbara Todd. Anita O' Grady. Linda McCleary. Sue Thielke. Sharon Seilback. Susan Nelson. Joyce Pace. Kay Sanders SECOND ROW. Kay Haden. Phyllis Tousey. Gretchen Dicke. Margaret Haines. Nancy Frey. 8arbara Hopf. Susan Rodli. Roseann Lunda. Mary Horton. Judy Cameron. Evalyn Peterson. Young Republicans FIRST ROW: Diane Truitt. Sylvia Hoyt. SECOND ROW: Craig Sandquist. Rick Palm. Gordon Fleury. Victor Jee. Elaine Martinson. Chuck Feltes. Young Democrats FIRST ROW: Eve Engebreth. Marilyn Stower. SECOND ROW: Don Miller. John Peterson. Bob Rasmussen. 182Legislative Action Committee FIRST ROW: John Peterson. Chris Sannes. Guy Habeck. SECOND ROW: Jim Ochiltree. John Corey. Lynn Peterson. Clark Haigh. Diane Truitt. Alan Tronrud. Doug Harris. FIRST ROW: Gloria Swanstrom. Marlys Johnson. Karen McDermaid. Robert Nerbun. Janet Nelson. Jan Kraft. Susan Kurtz. SECOND ROW: Candace Ritter. Norman Buss. Mary Lou Cook. Oon Gettinger. Bonnie Watts. Jim Rusch. Mary Duske. John Sabaka. Cherre Henry. Judith Anenson, W. Romoser. Kappa Delta Pi FIRST ROW: Fran Cantwell. Janet Schlichting. Sharon Strand. Mary ger. Colette Schultz. THIRD ROW: Marshall Simpson. Jim Christo-Jo Herzak. Sandra Seto. Aria Bird. SECOND ROW: Suzie Matzek. Lin- pherson. Lawrence Lebal. Patrick Swerkstrom. da Adam, Kathryn Smith. Janell Belisle. Joyce Nelson. Dianne Krae-Sigma Chi Sigma 185 FIRST ROW: Maren Gebhard. Sue Matzek. Leslie Klug, Colette Schultz. Mrs. Edith Luke, advisor. Linda Hughes. SECOND ROW: Anne Slaughter. Sharon Strand. Phyllis Tousey. Susan Kurtz. Lynne Gluth, Dede King. Sandra Steiner. Kathy Wendel. Vranna Selander. Debbie Lehnus. Beth Foster. Dolores Jilek. Coleen Smith.FIRST ROW: Dennis 8ranjord. Dean Hecht. Roland Jurisch. SECOND ROW: E.6. Albert. C.O. Larson. John Louks. Charles Stirrat. Gene Roland. Dennis Elrod. Brian Anderson. N.H. Prochnow. W.W. Sukow. Physics Colloquium FIRST ROW: John Sabaka. Craig Foster. Beth Foster. Robert Nerbun. Don Gettinger. SECOND ROW: Lonni Benson. Reg Ronnigen. Jim Church-war. Kun-Sun Fine. Russ Hanson. Phil Adelman.Judo Club FIRST ROW: Rochelle Scheer. Karen Wescott, Regina Costigan. Pauline Cuper. SECOND ROW: Susan Erlandson. Clyde Taylor. Nick Wells. Ken Flouro. Scott Wood. Bruce Miller. THIRD ROW: Larry Pember. Mike Tehter. Jay O'Meara. Larry Tronrud. instructor. Chuck Perry. Bruce Smith. Larry Rud. Sitzmarkers FIRST ROW: Gary Thompson. Bob Plahn. Pat Karnik. SECOND ROW: Bill Solsrud. Marilyn Keller. Gordon Fleury. Fran Elmlinger. Karen Asplund. Steve Steiner. Janet Sorensen. Paul Dyrstad. THIRD ROW: Terry Skytte. Romeo Raabe. Rick Olson. Gary Asplund. Steve Johnson. John Steffens. 4 Demosthenian Society FIRST ROW: Thomas Gearing. Dennis Jacobsen. Neil Micke. Gerald Matheson. Advisor. Dave Svacina. Keith Olson. SECOND ROW: Bob Haas. James Prindle. Glen Denk. Barry Brecke. Virgil Schneider. Ray Cherry. Francis Haines. David Frolik. THIRD ROW: Jim Heuer. Don Drost. Skip Nordahl. Robert Hintz. Allen Prindle. Tim Delawyer. Tom Goerke. Roland Anderson.FIRST ROW: Dennis Jacobsen. Glen Denk. Allen Prindle. Don Drost. James Prindle. David Frolik. advisor. SECOND ROW: Roland Anderson. Carl Schaumberg. Kenneth Brown. Ronald Keith Oslon. Thom- as Gearing. Steve Tucker. THIRD ROW: Gayle Bacon. Jerry Johnson. George Sihsmann. Richard Storzer. James Heuer. David Peterson. Alan Valentine. Frank Wilber. Future Farmers Of America FIRST ROW: Don Cutler. Arlan Gunderson. James Schmidt. Walter Nechville. Henry Ferrence. Francis Haines. SECOND ROW: Gerald Matheson. Gary Elberg. Tom Kurth, Jack Boss. Ray Cherry. Gary King. Mark Holl. THIRD ROW: Lyle Mercer. LeRoy Wellman. Skip Nordahl. Terry Bjelland. Garry Thompson. Pete Van Dyke. Michael Jirovec. Greg Pittman.FIRST ROW: Karen Brechlin. Carol Dombrock, Ann Stirrat. Sue Brown. Kartra Klink. Mary Casanova. Paula Aderhold. Connie Lund-berg. Muriel Askov, Dorothy Anderson, Kathy Thompson. Mr. Bei-dler. SECOND ROW: Nancy Bergsturm. Judy Obermueller. Marcy Milbrath. Debbie Poling. Cheryl Brownelle. Annette Wendorf. Sally Nyhus, Gloria Kobernusz. Margaret Hagen. THIRD ROW: Edward Mielke. Pamela Poquette. Lynn Whydotski. Beth Neils. Bonnie Pie-per. Kris Gore. Bob Ruess. FOURTH ROW: Clyde Taylor. Gary Axel-son. Robert Kopecky. Brian Anderson. Bruce Harris. Alan Engh, David Michaelson. Glenn Ylitalo. Concert Choir 190Band Men’s Glee Club FIRST ROW: Ronald Gaard. Carol Murkley. Dianna Miller. Vicki To-rello. Trudi Tibbetts. Marileo Olson. Gayle Naggatz. Sylvia Hoyt. Boverly Volkman. SECOND ROW: Michael Harrison. Thomas Jiojen-sky. Jean Sauber. Mari Lee. Vicki Schultz. Pete Van Stelle. Susan Smith. Eileen Gohde. Kris Gore. Chris Wiger. Blanche Bounds. THIRD ROW: Dianna Barnes. Kay Haden. Harvey Halpaus, David Gerlach. Dean Christianson, Richard Perkins. James Orf. Mary Ann Erickson. Carol Kupsky. Annette Koilhotz. Donald Rechtzigel. Ted Howard. Duane Weslander. FOURTH ROW: Bill Harness. Dan Zimmer. Sally Craven. Michael Kullman. Ruth Ann Wood. Dave Michael-son. FIRST ROW: Don Zimmer. Ron Gaard. Edward Miolko. Robert Ko-pecky. Jim Gobhord. Clyde Taylor. SECOND ROW: Vicki Schultz, accompanist. Alan Engh. Robert Reuss. Bruce Harris, Brian Anderson. Thomas Mrozinski. Bill Harness. Chris Wiger. Ruthanna Alexander, director.Inter-Dorm Council 192 FIRST ROW: Dolly Center. Dorothy Mack. Sue Weaver. Carol Och-man. Jenny Kondrosuk. Evy Peterson. SECOND ROW: Doug Johnson. Mike Tuma. Anne Parnell. Rezvaniyeh Mohragi. THIRD ROW: George Steigelman. Larry Jorstad. Gene Gergen. David Hintz. Dennis Buriclt.McMillan Hall 1967-68 Officers. FIRST ROW: Kay Haden. Phyllis Tousey. Nini O'Grady. SECOND ROW: Helen Ordway. Kathy Bauer. Kay Sanders. Mrs. Lommes. Residence Counselor. Dorm Council Representatives.- FIRST ROW: Pam Kruse. Mary Jo Fox. Marie Schack. SECOND ROW: Marilen Langowski, Marleen Carlson. Kathy Linder. Sally Nyhus. Delores Jilek. 1968-69 Officers. FIRST ROW: Kay Haden. Marleen Carlson. Gini Erickson. SECOND ROW: Pat Draeger. Nini O’Grady. Assistants. FIRST ROW: Nancy Frey. Linda Dorn. Kay Sanders. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Olson. Nancy Lohman. Barb Edlund. Mary Ann Sikyta. 193SEATED: Roseann Lunda. Judicial Secretary. Ellie Betz. President. Kathy Sweeny. Treasurer STANDING: Susan Weaver. Vice President: Kathy Hopman. Recording Secretary. Linda McCleary. Judicial Secretary. Hathorn Officers Hathorn Dorm Council SEATED: Kathy Hopman. Susan Weaver. Susan Walz. Roseann Lunda. Kathy Sweeny. SECOND ROW: Pat Drake. Shirley Lund. Barbara Hopf. Nola Coone, Mary Ann Johnson. Nancy Kolaski. Jackie Drax- ler. Dawn Piirto. THIRD ROW: Joan Sturrock. Jan Weaver. Kathy Sherman. Janet Porter. Linda McCleary. Mary Lund. Ellie Betz.Parker Hal FIRST ROW: Margaret Bailey. Karen Wescott. Linda Rickert, Jackie Hansen. Debbie James. Debbie Kern. Pat Huppert. Evy Peterson. SECOND ROW: Jackie Kresal. Maureen Mitchell. Ellie Burns. Lynn Beytien. Ann Grajkowski. Nancy Norman. Terry Bestul. Margaret Haines. Debbie House. Elizabeth McPhail. Sandy Boyles. Mary De-vine. Linda Burt. Sue Brown. Stephanie Dorfman. Georgia Waterman. 195Roosevelt House Officers. Robert Kopecky. President. Harold Komiskey. Vice President. FIRST ROW: Steve Maske. Roger Lindh. Dave Voelz. Bob Kopecky. Dick Forrest. Clyde Taylor. SECOND ROW: Ronald Foreman. LaMont Kraft. Harold Votara. John Greenberg. Dennis Kragness. 196Globe House Officers. Joe Edlin. Treasurer. Johnny Crutchfield. President. FIRST ROW: Mark Hodges. Charles Crotty. SECOND ROW: Jim Gurnon. Ed Mason. Johnny Crutchfield. Tom Petta. Larry Steifer. James Bancroft. Skip Hazel. THIRD ROW: Lawrence Lebal. Karl Anderson. Bob Herum. Gary Checkalski. Jim Stahn. Charles Anderson. Gary Barnes. Ron Videen. Phillip Larson.Sinclair House Officers. Stan Hunt. President. Mike Longsdorf. Vice President. Marlin Christensen. Secretary. Dennis Jahnke. Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Dennis Jahnke. John Hoffman. Denis Biagini. Gary Asher. Rich Henkemeyer. SECOND ROW: Bruce Christeson, Terry Malum. Frank Trapanese. Charles Jackson. Al Richter. Al Schlottman. THIRD ROW: Mark Backes. Al Sinclair. Jeff Jacobs. Marlin Christensen. Doug Roach. Brian Swenson. Tom Cooper. Stan Hunt. FOURTH ROW: Tim Crowley. Dick Ettinger. Dick Reed. Ed Surowies. Bill Se-dovic. Steve Mooney. Steve Martinson. FIFTH ROW: Mike Longsdorf. Roger Grams. Jay Beam. Dave Danziger. Lewis Whitlock. Glenn Hunter.Students relax in their rooms between classes. FalconFirst South Johnson FIRST ROW, Craig Middleton, Jerry Berkholtz. SECOND ROW. Roy Schief-fer. Dave Nyberg. Roy Shietfer. Bryce Davis. Jerry Berkholtz. Dave Rousselow. Gary Mommsen. Dave Asplund, Dick Blattner. Bob Worm. Russ Ryss Jay Taylor. Gary Maier.King House Officers. Gary Hansen, secretary. Steve Olson, vice president. Michael Kitze, president. Looks like a weekend fishing excursion is in store for this student. 201House Of Avocatus Officers. FIRST ROW, Mark Guderyon. Sargent at arms, Rick Olson. Social chairman. SECOND ROW, Stephen Zill-mer, President. Dennis Johnson. Treasurer. Roland Anderson. Vice president. FIRST ROW, Thomas Smith. Stephen Zillmer, Bruce Miller. Dennis Johnson. SECOND ROW. Mike Balko. Quentin Finucan. Frederick Balliett. Norman Holmstadt. Roland Anderson. THIRD ROW, Rich Olson, Dale Schwebel. Gary Volbrecht. Mark Guderyon. Jerry Klauck. James Irwin. FOURTH ROW, Paul Wolf. Walter Gregory. Robert Barker. Roger Bergelin. Phil Adelmann.Abbadon House Officers. SEATED. Robet Ordway. Sergeant at Arms. Jack Politic. Secretary. STANDING, Larry Jorstad. Vice President. Donald Giddings. President. FIRST ROW, David Evans. Jack Tritt. Larry Vitort, Gary Thompson. Larry Kueste. SECOND ROW. Donald Giddings. Darryl Cowles. Iraj Kalantari. Don Zif ko. Alan Engh. THIRD ROW. Tom Uetz, Dennis Pederson. Steve Radle. Vic Kreykowski. Jack Politic. Robert Ordway. Larry Vinz. Larry Gower.Stratton Hal 204 FIRST ROW, officers. Harold Rufledt. Secretary. Dave Wittek. President. David Hintz. Vice President. Dennis Peterson. Treasurer. SECOND ROW. Dorm council. Doug Johnson. Al Johnson. Alan Bush- man. Mike Stabbe. Steve Vogler, Steve Kastberg. Bob Scheffen. Dick Lauderdale. Steve Brown..FIRST ROW, Terry Houdek. Kerry Grippen. SECOND ROW. Tim Ericson. Kent Rice. Tom Goerke. Roland Jurisch. Richard Lowery. Dan Chelmo. Bob Nerbun. May Hall Dorm Council. FIRST ROW, Fred Orth. George Sihsmann. Tim Ericson. Dan Chelmo. Cary Cole. Tom Bainbridge.CraigSandquist. SECOND ROW, Richard Lowery, residence counselor. Wally Har- becke. Gavin McKerrow. Sam Jenson. Mike Tuma. Duane Weslan-der, Bruce Kringle. Don Healy. Dick Nerbun. 205Grimm Hal Dorm Council Ray Hoerth. Treasurer FIRST ROW: Dave Marten. Ray Hoerth. David Kist. C. Andrew Beagle. Ron Bielen. SECOND ROW: Robert Chladil. Rod Soderberg. David Larson. Terry Frerker. Bro. Thomas Keilen. Glenn Schreiber. 206Dean Rambo. President Prucha Hall Gary Melin. Vice President Robert Wellemeyer. Treasurer Miles Zimmerman, Secretary Dorm Council 207 FIRST ROW, Doug Smieja. Richard Wesle. Dave Andrews. Daniel Hall. Gary Melin. John Van Dyk. SECOND ROW. Tom Bichsel. Dean Rambo. Bruce Reikowski. Miles Zimmerman. Eugene Gergen. Robert Wellemeyer, Roderick Nelson.FIRST ROW, Dolly Center. Linda Graves. Judy Westerlund. Judi Cullen. SECOND ROW, Annette Bents. Pam Nelson. Stephanie Raach Sandy Gilbertson. Marcia Bosman. Barbara Nelson. Ellie Betz. Linda Adam. Laurie Valenta. Phi Delta Theta FIRST ROW, Dorothy Mack. Ann Reppe. Linda Lawson. Mary O'Connell. Mary Jo Roberts. SECOND ROW, Lynne Strothman, Fran Cantwell. Nancy Knoebel. Dawn Piirto. Mary Lou Cook, Sue Thielke, Donna Ogilvie. Kris Nystrom, Jean Rudisell. Jill Peterson, Sandy Gilbert. Susan Richardson.SITTING, Linda McCleary. Marlys Johnson. Sandy Wasiluk, Gretchen Dicke. LaVonne Johnson. STAND ING, Rosemary Marthaler. Bonnie Robertson. Susan Ingals. Kristine Gore, Sherry Wanner, Elaine Dock en. Loueta Tostrud. Kathy Hopman. Mary Hupe. SITTING, Lynn Peterson. Pamela Poquette. Barbara Stoufler. Kathy Linehan. Muriel Askov. STANDING, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Advisor. Kartra Klink. Betty Wopat, Leslie Curtiss. Susan Weaver, Cindy Olson, Evy Maule. Judi Cameron. Kay Krauss. Joyce Pace. Margret Hupe.FIRST ROW. Jan Kraft. Maralee Savage. Margaret Bailey. Elizabeth MacPhail. SECOND ROW. Dolores Obbink. Barbara Edlund. Marie Schack. Gayle Peterson. Patricia Hoff. FIRST ROW. Mary Mulroy. Rebecca Peterson. Sally Wegner. Debbie Lehnus. SECOND ROW, Jan Johnson. Arlyss Albrightson. Sue Cox. Anne Parnell. Kathleen Bohne, Gleness Oehlke. Sue Thoeny. Agnes Nilsestuen.FIRST ROW, Darryl Cowles. Michael Johnson. Bob Kondrasuk. Dave May. Bill Stockman. Chuck Crotty. Alvin Johnson. Tom Burgess. SECOND ROW, David Gerlach. Don Cook. Roger Nelson. Chuck Feltes. Douglas Volkman. Dave Krech. Butch Passehl, Wayne Schrubbe. Kerry Grippen, Warren Higgins. FIRST ROW, Ken Harter. Larry Goetz. Dennis Jahnke. Joe Attlen. Bob Erickson. Bob Worm. Nick Spang. SECOND ROW. David Larson. Duane Weslander. Bill Dornfield. Phil Adelmann. Dennis Parks. Ron Louis. Irv Possin. Guy Bartolain. Lloyd Enos. Bob Rasmussen. John Egan. THIRD ROW, Larry Behne. Mel Barutha. David Dvorak. Marty Rost. Jim Reese. Gary Maier. Dale Andrewson, Roger Swenson. Edwin Jaster. Daniel Gavin. Don Seaton.Phi NuChi FIRST ROW: Robert Halverson. Jim Sacia. Harry Peterson. Dave Arnoldi. SECOND ROW: Tom Margenay. Jerry Gust. Bob Girard. Jack Carroll. Jack Pertz. Jim Neumann. Kurt Kleinhans, Larry Kreibich. Ralph Peter, FIRST ROW: Jon Swenson. Douglas Swanson. Dennis Braun. Sam Hough. SECOND ROW: Gary Ludvigson. Greg Lindberg. Gary Waterhouse. Paul Schultz. 8ob Jacobson. Jim Lindberg. Dan Welsh. Pat Cunningham. THIRD ROW: David Outcelt. Brian Kreibich. Manfred Kiesh. Gary Christianson. Ben Meents. Layton Wahlberg. Lynn Wilson. George Alecci. D. Rosga.FIRST ROW: Ron Pressley. Ron Ginsbach. Kon Cobian. Phil Idtvoo . SECOND now. rw « . so Cro'g Winder. Gory Axel,on. Dennis Chlrhart. Tim King. Steve lundga.rd. i!?.?' Sigma Rho FIRST ROW: Bob Baker. Donald Schaub. Paul Lemke. Peter Maki. SECOND ROW: Bill Goettl. Jerry Ginsbach. Bruce Powers. Tom Boettcher. Glen Fink. Allen Nelson. Dick Feldman. Dan Filkms. Don Gilles. FIRST ROW: Bruce Cost. Don Berg . Charles Witzel. Robert Wenger. SECOND ROW: Ed diver Stan Cneewsk. M.k Sawyer. Al Valentine. Gary Elbcrg. Bruce Carlson. Ray Cress. a Oliver, Mon aszewski. MikeFIRST ROW. Eugene Hansen, Roger Lilly, Daniel Day, Duane Kaas, Joseph Denning. SECOND ROW, Steve Ortman. Barry Brecke. Day-ton Hougaard. Edward Wesolek. Keith Olson. Glen Denk. Bob Lunde, FIRST ROW. R. P. Johnston. David Torkko. Jerry Gardner. Bob Twesme. Bob Kaas. Jim Heuer. SECOND ROW, Roland Anderson, Jim Thompson. Dick Hass. Jim Kipp. Ron Pilgrim, Keith Hobson, Dennis Jacobsen. THIRD ROW, James Prindle. Ken Eggleston. Donald Uchytil. Robert Hintz. Allen Prindle. Louis Legner. Gayle Bacon. Gary Erickson. Dale Steevens. Francis Haines. THIRD ROW, Henry Ferrence. Len Strozinski. Gary Weirauch. Don Drost. Neil Micke. Paul Juckem. Gary Sackmann.Kappa Theta FIRST ROW, Jerome Skrupky. John Harter. Peter Palmer. Jack line-han. Gordon Fleury. Rich O'Connell. Paul Diedrich. SECOND ROW, David Kingsbury. Bill Nelson, Tom Carroll. John Ubbelohde. Andrew Anton. Dave Larkin. Bob Peterson. Doug Swenson. Garry Dettman. Jim Willi. FIRST ROW, George Ritter. Jim Severson. Gary Burnstead. Jon Clark. Jim Kiesow. Glenn Kohl. Ralph Andrew. Bob Iverson. SECOND ROW, Paul Lindahl. Jim Hensel. Dave Olsen. Steve Gustafson, Charles Dube. Jay Wollon. John Chudy. Jay O'Meara. Dave Sempf. George Voss. Wayne Weiss. Robert Thorton. Curt Nyberg. Bill Holm-son.FIRST ROW: Wayne Wedepole, Ric Steffeck. Andy Peterson. Doug Quentin Finucan. Len Meissen. John Hoffman. Dick Wesle. Dennis Dugenske, Brian Seefeld. SECOND ROW: Ken Olson. John Meissner. Gagnon. Delta Theta Sigma FIRST ROW: John Dewane. Ken Day. Bob John. Tom Welty. Al Ciche. SECOND ROW: Lloyd Friske. Jerry Swenson. Bill Opperman. Larry Gierseth. Bill Sheppard. Eric Hanson. Jim Halik. Dr. Beaver, advisor.SEATED: Chris Daniels, Melvin Danzinger, Eugene Hansen. Rita Richard Wesle. Sandra Steiner. Tom Schommer. Kathy Chapman. Burggraf. Barb Wild. SECOND ROW: Betty Rogers, Jerry Larsen. James Van Wychen. Joseph Denning. Tom Daniels. Paul Jucken. Newman Club SEATED: Kris Burh. Mary Ann Johnson. Garry Thompson. Russell Falstad. Joann Woodbury. SECOND ROW: Michael Phillips. Marie Snelson. Darlene Brager. Barbara Engstrom. Carol Roller. Betty Gore. Jenny Snelson. Judy Hostvet. Kay Woodbury. Nina Johnson. Sue Anderson. THIRD ROW: Pastor Marvin Johnson. Larry Thompson. Philip Ely. Roger Lindh, Joe Koutney. Will Edwards. Jerry Ram-seier. Walter Gregory. Baptist Student FellowshipSEATED, Len Stronzinski. Dave Cappelle. Pat Kettner. Sheri Sylvester. Dean Hecht. SECOND ROW, David Danzinger. Edward Chura. Vicki Mar-tell, Jean Sauber. Nanette Plourde. Carolyn Minea. Margie Powels. Judith LeFevre. Brother Thomas Keilen. Larry McCormack. SEATED, Jack Orgeman. Dianne Huppert. James Streveler. Geraldine Chura. SECOND ROW, Richard Nerbun. Alan Ciche. Paul Wolf. William Meier. John Ourada. Chris Nolden. Mel Shafel. Gregory Lieder. Robert Nerbun. Newman ClubLutheran Student Association FIRST ROW, Virginia Erickson. Marleen Carlson. Jamie Nelson. Bctly Johnson. Michele Stevens. SECOND ROW, Larry Jorstad. Lana Walker. Gene Palmer. Grace Butler. Rich Meunier. FIRST ROW, Linda Jahnke. Pamela Dehmer. Chris Wilson. Carol Dombrock. Eric Hanson. SECOND ROW, Helen Ordway. Dave Her-manson. Rod Nilsestuen. Ken Olson. Reverend Bernhard Lien.Gamma Delta Forensics Union FIRST ROW. Gary Hayes. Sandee Gums. Sharon Miessner, Brian Seefeld. SECOND ROW, Robert Paul. Glenn Ylitalo. Lee Schiesser. Ooris Ann Voigt. Jean Neumann, Roland Jurisch, Jack Roenz. FIRST ROW. Paullette Gergen. Kathy Graham. Pete Seguin. Margaret Kitze. Mary Ellen Hansen. SECOND ROW, Dale Byrd. Bill Nelson. Jerry Skrupky, Mary Anne Johnson. Caryl Chambers. Janell Belisle. Steve Wilson. 220Kappa Mu Epsilon Psychology Club FIRST ROW, Florence Buggert. Don Gettinger. Colette Schultz. SECOND ROW. Charles Girk. Tom Popowski, John Sabaka. Raymond Hellmer. FIRST ROW. Verne Henning. Nona McLaughlin. Pat lanni. Thomas Lamb. SECOND ROW, M. Hossein Mojdehi. Connie Smoczyk. David Price. Charles Witzel. Wayne Schrubbe, Jim Freeberg. Victor Pernell. Anne Parnell. Sue Frenzel. 221FRONT ROW. Pauline Cuper. Linda Geoltz. Sue Ammann. Mona Jacobson. Diane Harding. SECOND ROW, Betty Roenz. Cathy Ronnigen, Mary Lou Olson. Carol Carlson, Sharon Turnball. SEATED, Jan Masterjohn. Sue Cox. Kay Siebold. Jan Kraft. Betty Durand. SECOND ROW, Kathy Linehan. Kathleen Amundson. Dana Dufenhorst. Emogene Nelson. Advisor. Marilyn Keller. Darleen Johnson. Jenny Kondrasuk. Lambda PhiFIRST ROW. Susan Ammann. Betty Durand. SECOND ROW, Linda Wolterstorff. Kitty Burdos. Regina Costigan. Faye Lee. Cheryl Bee. Diane Harding. THIRD ROW. Gleness Oehlke. Delores Jilek. Dana Dulen-horst. Linda Jahnke. Lynn Bean. FIRST ROW. Mary Crownhart. Delores Jilek. Lynn Keller. Sue Erickson. Stephanie Raach. SECOND ROW, Marilyn Ronnigen. Nina Johnson. Dana Dufenhorst. Jan Masterjohn. Loueta Tostrud. Gloria Lansin. Girls Basketball TeamMasquers FIRST ROW, Allen Gobert. Noel Hoover. Jeanne Wall. Marilyn Scheel. ROW, Cletus Nolfe. Ilona Krumm. James Bancroft, Tim Schaffer. Allyn Olson. Lewis Whitlock. John Kuhns. Sue Pollack. SECOND Linnea Sanders. Bev Sill. Victor Jee. Alpha Psi Omega Ilona Krumm, John Kuhns. Jeanne Wall. 224Synco-Paters Angela Eder. Linda Stern, Glennis Leslie, Sharon Hop. Paula Peterson. SueOnsrud. Pam Kruse. Jenny Kondrasuk. Diane Brown. Jan Barbar. Marilyn Dundas. Diane Sears. Karen Wolf. Cheerleaders FIRST ROW, Candy Christison. Nancy Bovee. Barb Dill. SECOND ROW, Linda Clausen. Cheryl Grilley. Jane Lewis. THIRD ROW, Alternates. Donna Ogilvie, Jan Curtiss. Dawn Bell.FIRST ROW, Jim Kazlaukas. Paul Lemke. Betty Rogers. William Deskar. Joseph Denning. SECOND ROW: Dr. Richard Swensen. Walter Gregory, Ken Cobian. Douglas Swanson. James Streveler. Dennis Chirhart. William Tompkins. Chemistry Club A.C.E.I. (Association for Childhood Education International) FIRST ROW, Sandra Cooper. Joyce Nelson. Pat Hoffman, Kay Woodbury. SECOND ROW, Margaret Haines. Sandra Seto. Sue Ackerman. Lynne Gluth. Lame Paymar. THIRD ROW, Judy Wigdahl, Gloria Nelson. Janet Schlichting. Dana Dufenhorst. Lois Oftedahl. Sandra Bergeson. Kathy Hoffman. Jean Sauber.Greek Letter Council SEATED, LaVerne Herberg. Ellie Betz. Jean Dale. Barbara Stouffen, Patricia Hoff. Leslie Curtiss. STANDING, Paul Lindahl. Jerry Gust. Pat Cunningham. David Torkko. Dick Feldman. Don Seaton. Donald Schaub, Robert Iverson. Veterans Club SEATED, James Lessard. Conrad Funk. Bob Halverson. Joel Schultz. Larry Maurer. Michael Breitenfeld. SECOND ROW, Paul Dyrstad. Bill Owens. Richard Boone. Dave Rowlands. Fred Meyer. Ray Johnson. Ken Kane. THIRD ROW, Jim Sacia. Mike Bjork. Leonard Grunlien. Ray Fehlen. Larry Kline. Tom Miller. Denny Plahn. Lome Spencer.ChanningClub Cindy Bova. Barbara Kist. Nancy Lohman. Alan Larson. Jean Larson. Randy Lubach. Marcia Lawson, Thomas Smith. Dug Wilson. Scott Davies. Alan Tronrud. FIRST ROW, Lynda Dorn. Cindy Bova. San Weaver SECOND ROW, Mr. Gerrard Herrbach. advisor. Marcia Quailey. George Qualley. Die Deutsche GesellschaftMcMillan Volleyball Team Agronomy Club Carol Ruenger. Jan McDonough, Nini O’Grady, Stephanie Raach, Sharon Turnball. Debbie Miles, Sue Halvorson. FIRST ROW, Bruce Wickman. Dennis Braun. Len Meissen. Barry Brecke. SECOND ROW. Donald Steinegger. Alan Ciche. Bill Micken. Dennis Jacobsen. Albert Beaver.Agrifal lions FIRST ROW, G. E. Rohde. Advisor. Dave Romsos. Judith LeFevre. Bette Davies. Eugene Hansen. Dick Hass. SECOND ROW. Virgil Schneider. Jerry Gardner. Ed Wesolek. Len Strozinski. Tim De-Lawyer. Gary Erickson. Wayne Wedepohl. Jerry Klauck, Rich Hustad. Harland Schneider. Jim Thompson. FIRST ROW, Jo Junkman. Sally Cannon. Stan Myers. Lisa Holm. Janis Krogh. Linda Wolterstorff. SECOND ROW. Tom Cannon. Jerry Klauck. Gary Olson. Judith LeFevre. Sue Larson. Sharon Heidt. Kristi Hanson. Diane Raddatz. Lynne Gluth. THIRD ROW. Greg Garon. Dave Williams. Tom Tomlinson. Mark Radloff. Ted Lippold, Tom Fuller, Jett Schroeder. Richard Fjell, Mike Stabbe. CaballerosR Club FIRST ROW, Brian Kreibich. George Voss. Perry Arndt. Ken Harter. Tom Madison, Ken Flouro. Milton Olson. Steve Ort-man. SECOND ROW, Wayne Schrubbe. Don Olson. Roger Dray. Craig Middleton. Unidentified. Greg Zwadlo. Larry Ci-pov. THIRD ROW, Bill Glomski. Steve Gustafson. Gary Christenson. Dick Sievert, Paul Kulig, John Wolf, Paul Juckem. Ric Stefleck. FIRST ROW, Brian Petersburg. Bob Jacobson. Pete Barrington. Dave Christianson. Gary Ludvigson. Bill Nelson. Mark Guderyon. John Egan. Eddie Pohl. SECOND ROW, Terry Frer-ker. Robert Herun, Peter Palmer. John Cahalan. Stan Dah-nert. Doug Caldwell. Steve Sirianni, Dale Schwebel. Tom Car-roll. Jon Ubbelohde. Gary Harelstad. THIRD ROW, Glenn Linder. Bob Orcutt. Dennis Glass. John O'Neill, Jim Daniels, Bruce Reikowski. Tim DeLawyer, Dave Olson. Jim Kiersow, Glenn Kohl, Howard Froelich.Mike Brecke served as editor during Fall and Winter quarters. Rich Marshall became editor during Spring quarter. Student Voice SEATED CENTER, Regina Costigan. Managing editor, with reporters Maureen Scullin. Stephanie Dorfman. Evy Peterson. Kay Sanders. Terry Bestul. Judy Herman. 232Editorial editor and Circulation manager, Mike Norman. Sports editor. Harley O’Brion. Business manager. Paul Dyrstad. 233Meletean Larry Jorstad. Faculty Editor. Operation May Day signs served as reminders to the staff. 234Staff Craig Middleton. Sports EditorFIRST ROW, Regina Costigan. Mary Lepori. Kay Sanders. Judy Herman. SECOND ROW, Jerry Frigo. Evalyn Peterson. Larry Jorstad. THIRD ROW, Paul Dyrstad. Mike Norman. Richard Marshall. 236 Photographers 237 Mark BackesFreshman Class Officers Bill Sedovic. Vice President. Chris Nolden. Treasurer. Mary Casanova. Secretary. Steve Vogler. President. Sophomore Class Officers FRONT. LaVerne Herberg. President. Phyllis Jensen. Secretary. BACK, David Dan-zinger. Treasurer. Richard Oberpriller. Vice President. 238James DuBrow, Treasurer. Judy Hancock, Secretary. John Chudy, President. Lynn Peterson. Vice President. Junior Class Officers Francis Haines. President, Chris Britton O'Connell. Secretary. Loueta Tostrud. Vice President. Jon Graham. Treasurer. Senior Class Officers 239Beta Beta Beta FIRST ROW. Lana Holst. Judith LeFevre. Judy Woodford. Carol McMahon. Linda Hughes. Roseann Lunda. Carol Ruenger. SECOND ROW. Michael Riegert. Walter Nechville. Paul Paulson. Irv Possing. Jay Taylor. William Gurnon. Daryl Skrupky. Ron Ginsbach. Dave Arnoldi. THIRD ROW. Leslie Loverude. Dallas Warren. Bruce Kraus. Dennis Meyer. Brian Petersburg. George Kinney. Stanley Peterson. Robert Scottum. Roger Peterson. FIRST ROW. Terry Wares. David Rousselow. Diane Wirtz. Marilyn Calentine. Linda Ajer. Bev Klemm. Cary Cole. SECOND ROW, Karen Wolf. Agnes Nilsestuen, Diane Raddatz. Ron Chovan. Scott Gaalaas. Dick O'Leary. Carl Finstad. Adviser. THIRD ROW. Merle Michaelson. Harold Moline. Oren Larda. Arlen Holle. Dale Haunschild. Erland Brager. Einar Kippe. George Petrangelo.Rodli Commons, the new food service center, is scheduled to be opened in the fall. One of two fountains added to the campus. It was presented by the Faculty Women’s Club. Walker Wyman dedicates the Free Spirit plaque in the Student Center. Campus Additions 241Dr. "Kaprina" Paterek and Hawaiian friends entertain at the Luau. Vally Peters and Mike Kitze do a native dance step. “Kaprina" was definitely the main attraction. 242243Sadie Hawkins Dance 244 Happiness is a bale of hay and a security jug.Campus News Events Actor Paul Newman visited the city connection with the McCarthy campaign.JAMES AHASAY Shell Lake Education B.S. Speech Therapy GEORGE ALECCI Paterson. New Jersey Education B.S. Economics and Geography MARGARET BAILEY Chetek Education B.S. Speech Correction and Psychology KAREN BARBER Hudson Education B.S. Elementary Education DIANE BLACK Newport. Minnesota Education B.S. Elementary Education I LA MAE BUCK River Falls Education B.S. Elementary Education CHUN-KWONGCHIU Kowloon. Hong Kong Arts and Science B.A. Chemistry STEVE DALEY Lewiston. Minnesota Education B.S. Agriculture DIANNA DIERSCHOW West Chicago. Illinois Education B.S. Social Science THOMAS EDIN Hudson Education B.S. Economics JOHN GASKE Spooner Education B.S. Art THOMAS GOERKE Waukesha Agriculture B.S. Animal Science HARVEY HALPAUS Prescott Education B.S. Music JAMES HEEBINK New Richmond Arts and Sciences B.A. Economics BONNIE HILDEBRANDT Prescott Education B.S. Physical Education GORDON HOHMANN Arcadia Agriculture B.S. Animal Science PHILIP IDSVOOG Osseo Education B.S. American Studies and History WIN JOHNSON Amery Agriculture B.S. AgricultureROWLAND KLINK River Falls Education B.S. Chemistry LESLIE LAKEY Trempealeau Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Economics LAWRENCE LESSARD St. Paul. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Economics and Psychology KENNETH LINDSTROM Minneapolis. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Psychology CHARLES LUNDE Red Wing. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Economics BETSY MANION Minneapolis. Minnesota Education B.S. Social Science JACK NORQUAL St. Paul. Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Psychology and Economics DAVID ODDEN Cumberland Education B.S. Biology GARY OLSON Shell Lake Arts and Sciences B.S. Geography and Business Administration ANNABELLE RIVARD Turtle Lake Education B.S. Elementary Education EVANGELINE SCOTT Clear Lake Arts and Sciences B.A. English JON SWENSON South St. Paul, Minnesota Arts and Sciences B.S. Journalism and Speech CHARLES UHRHAMMER North St. Paul. Minnesota Education B.S. Biology LAUREL VALENTA Suring Education B.S. Physical Education DAVID VAN LAAR HOVEN Lena Agriculture B.S. Agriculture Education HELEN WATRUD Rice Lake Education B.S. Elementary Education WILLIAM WATRUD Rice Lake Education B.S. Physics JAMES ZELLER Round Lake Arts and Sciences B.S. PsychologySignature Just as a portrait is signed by its creator this Portrai of a Year is also to be finished with a signature. This signature is only that of one person but it also represents a number of people who have put a great amount of their time and work into the production of this book. There are various people who are to be thanked for the work they have done, including the editors and photographers. Very special thanks go to Mary Lepori who not only did her job but also took over a number of other jobs as the size of the staff dwindled. Thanks also go to Dennis Stern who wrote the lines of poetry in the Activities Section. This book has incorporated in it two ideas which have not been used in previous Meleteans. The biggest change is that the underclassmen pictures have been left out. And some faculty group pictures were taken to be used in that section. Whether or not these ideas will be carried through in succeeding years will depend on the decisions of future editors. Jerry Frigo. Editor 


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