University of Alberta - Evergreen and Gold Yearbook (Edmonton, Alberta Canada)

 - Class of 1964

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JJ , X NJ' 9 V, ,gym -fm wx ,1 ,CU g I3 ' X ,f .4 ,.,V-A '- -1 M, Mx -.'W luv J' X-X y! 1" "NH wi, !-Xi-2' - ' "Rv 1 W 5 'Sax U -lj TV fx :- T I 5 fl f, U WJ' xx If rw -X -, ,D , N ,f lx J... W fflxy fb. L'l5'..'jN E A' J LIX K, ' f fb f1N,fX -J Ziblgxfkm 1 1 u ,f.g,lO Z ...' x, 591 W F59 QF 153 2 AIJMINISTRATIUN VA x Kun. . QW. '45 , f A E- x Qi 5. 9 3 NXXX DR. WALTER HUGH JOHNS President of The Universify of Alberto 18 GYOW . .,,,. 5 alla oFFlcE of the PRESIDENT 5 S' EDMONTON' Q5 -1 6 Q 0 2 .. - ga, I Q AA I Alberta, Canada S , Umqgi. pr THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Ever since their inception in the middle ages, universities have attracted men who wished to learn from each other and from the records of the past, to transmit learning to the youth of the land, and to prepare themselves and others for service to mankind in the learned professions. The scope of learning has grown immeasureably since those earlier days, but the quest for knowledge and the desire to prepare for a life of service still remain. There have always been, and perhaps will always be, those who embark on programs of advanced study merely for the money and status they hope to gain. They too may have their reward, however ignoble their motives may have been, but those will alone gain true satisfaction from their efforts who place knowledge and wisdom first. The modern university is of necessity a complex and at times an impersonal kind of institution, but it is oui nope that each of the students here will find stimulation and challenge from his contacts with instructors and fellow students and will leave at graduation with a sincere desire to continue the quest for knowledge and understanding throughout life. Man has made giant strides in probing the secrets of the vast universe of which our earth is one of the smaller units in space. He has also sought and found the secrets of the physical and biological world in nuclei of the atom and of the living cell. Horizons of knowledge which once seemed limited and unattainable now seem to stretch into the infinite and the chal- lenge grows with each passing year. It is you who are students at the university today who will carry on in this great enquiry, whether in the scientific or academic world or in your own professional field. We wish you joy in your quest and in the satis- faction you gain in placing above all else the objective of service to your fellow man. JJMLWQQZJQ Walter H. Johns, President. I9 JUDGE L. Y. CAIRNS Chancellor UNIVERSITY The Board of Governors, the Senate, the Dean's Council and the General Faculty Council constitute the governing body of the University of Alberta. Each committee has its specific tasks and duities, the execution of which are necessary to keep the Uni- versity tunctioning smoothly. The Board of Governors, presided over by Dr. C. M. MacLeod is the main administrative body of the University. The Board, on the advice of President Johns, appoints deans and all other academic statt. As well, the Board is responsible for setting tees, providing tor the maintenance of present facilities and for the addition of new buildings. Each year the Board submits a report to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council which the Minister of Education presents to the Provincial Legislature. The Senate does not concern itself with the academic problems of University life. It is a liaison committee between the University Vice, President DR. H. S. ARMSTRONG DR. C. M. MACLEOD Chairman of the Board of Governors 20 ADMINISTRATION cmd the Province and concerns itself with maintaining good public relations. Another of its duties is that of bestowing any honorary degrees it feels are appropriate. The Dean's Council conducts the day-to-day business of the University. As the functional Campus Administration, its duties are both disciplinary and executive. The Provost, Professor A. A. Ryan, serves as Secretary of the De-an's Council. The General Faculty Council, in coniunction with the indi- vidual faculty councils, arranges timetables, sets courses and examinations and recommends degrees, lt is the members of these last-mentioned bodies that come in closest contact with the student body and compose the largest segment of the Uni- versity government, tv' '5- :il s MRS. J. GRANT SPARLING Dean of Women PROFESSOR A. A. RYAN Provost Adviser to Men Students MAJOR R.. C. W. HOOPER 21 FACULTY DEAN D. E. SMITH Arts DEAN M. WYMAN Science DEAN C. F. BENTLEY Agriculture DEAN H. HARRIES Commerce DEAN H. R. MucI.EAN Dentistry DEAN W. F. BOWKER Law DEANS DEAN H. T. COUTTS Education DEAN R. M. HARDY Engineering x DEAN M, J, HUSTON Pharmacy in DEAN W. C. MacKENZIE Medicine DEAN A. G. McCALl.A Groduote Studies X i 23 EDPVQQNTGIE S E Alberta Ga-s2c:iE:51:-g.fQ3i:.3 by ACADEMIC STAFF FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE D- F. Dean-C. F. Bentley J. F. Chapin D. Clandfield P. Dougherty P. Br J. T. Radcliff other Anselm F. Lambert M. Penelhum POLITICAL ECONOMY E. J. Hanson G. R. Davy W. D. Gainer J. K. Gordon AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND FARM J, F. Fmres, MANAGEMENT F4 M, Frazer T- W- Mwtning E. G. Griffin H- G' Love H. A. Hargreaves G. R. Winter D. E, Lune AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING G, 5, Mcgoughey F- VA MGCH0fdY J. Mucimyfe B- T- STGPIIOVISOVI J. M. Nelson T A. Preston I gferg ANIMAL SCIENCE A, HA Qwesh, L. W. McElroy Ev J- Rose J. P. Bowland 5' Wmson D . R. Clandinin H. E. Beissel A R. Robblee R. D. M. Murine-ws R. T. Berg A, Oster W- Combs G. Samuel J- M. Asplund FINE ARTS V. E. Mendel H- G' Glyde R- T- Hmdln R. S. Eaton J. G. O'Donoghue V' Archer DAIRY SCIENCE AI BV Cnghfon Lt F- L' Clegg G. B. Peacock -l- M' CIQMGP T. Rolston F- W' Wood J. B. Taylor H. Jackson D, D. Bmw ENTOMOLOGY F- Fw Buecken Brian Hocking Cv Tv peococke G. E. Ball W. G. Evans Janet Sharplin B. R. Pragnell R. Stangeland E. N. Yates GENETICS Hmoky Clayton Person L. G Thomas L. P. V. Johnson F. D: Blockley Jan Weller WI C. Hone' John Kuspiro K. A Lesins W. E. Smith G. W. R. Walker Frances Miller PLANT SCIENCE Wm. G. Corns A G McCallo Saul Zalik W. T. Andrew R. H. Knowles W. P. Skoropad Mary S. Spencer W. H. Vanden Barn E. W. Toop N. Colotelo SOIL SCIENCE J. A. Toogood C. F. Bentley S. Pawluck G. R. Webster A. W. Moore J. A. Robertson FACULTY OF ARTS Dean: D. E. Smith J. W. Bilsland J. W. Fishbourne CLASSICS W. G. Hardy R. J. Buck E. C. May M. W. Mackenzie R. C. Braun ENGLISH H Kriesel R. G. Baldwin A T. Elder J. T Jones A A. Ryan J. W. Bilsland D R Godfrey P D. McMaster I. C. Sowton W Watson A. G. Whitt? P F Anderson F Bessai W. D. Farnham L. Hertzmann H. A. Barton W. Brown F. A. DeLuna B. L. Evans B. J. Frazer W. B. D. Heeney W. J. Jones M. Katz H. P. G. Liebel J. B. Toews J N. Wickenden D. L. Wiedner MODERN LANGUAGES E. J. H. Greene M. Faucher C. H. Moore R. G. Motut E. Reinhold l-l. G. Robertson G. Samuel O. Starchuk C. Colter A. Dermutz J. M. EIIIS J. Ferrate H. Fischer W. F. Klatte G. Marahrens E. Marxheimer G. Melnikov E. Musacchio G. N. O'Grady A. P. Scott Y. Slavutych D. Billion du Plan W. G. Carey M. Kalinowski J. L. Laychuk G. Schaarschmidt PHILOSOPHY A. M. Mardiros H. Tennessen J. Malcolm D. Murray C. T. J. Williamson H. R. G. Schwyzer E. R. Berg B. R. Bociurkiw M. J. Boote G. K. Goundrey R. Baird M. F. Bauer W. F. Dawson C. A. Hedges N. O. Linton I. Moravcilr T. C. Pocklington T. L. Powrie B. von Hohenbalken C. G. Williams D. M. Winch PSYCHOLOGY J. R. Royce D. E. Smith L. von Bertalanffy A. J. B. Hough E. Howarth P. O. Rempel W. N. Runquist W. A. S. Smith D. Spearman L. Wilson W. Blanchard S. J. Rule R. Sommer T. Weckowicz SOCIOLOGY R. J. James G. K. Hirabayashi S. Taylor B. Abu-Laban J. T. Borhek C. S. Brant C. W. Hobart C. A. Hynam A. P. Jacoby W. E. Kalboch R. Laskin H. W. Lungstrass E. H. MocCannell FACULTY OF SCIENCE Dean-M. Wyman DEPT. OF BOTANY H. J. Brodie R. G. H. Cormack J. H. Whyte L. L. Kennedy E. A. Cossins J. G. Packer G. H. La Roi DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY H. E. Gunning R. K. Brown L. C. Cragg R. B. Sandin W. F. Allen S. G. Davies H. B. Dunford W. E. Harris W. J. Wallace W. A. Ayer F. W. Birss R. J. Crawford D. Darwish G. R. Freeman P. Kebarle R. N. O'BrierI DEPT. OF GEOGRAPHY W. C. Wonders B. H, Farrell A. H. Laycock R. W. Longley J. F. Bergmann P. J. Smith J. D. Wood B. S. Young K. V. Abrahamsson R. G. Ironside J. J. Klawe DEPT. OF GEOLOGY H. S. Armstrong R. E. Folinsbee C. R. Stelck H. Baadsgaard H.A. K. Charlesworth J. F. Lerbekrno F. A. Campbell D. E. Jackson G. D. Williams DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS M. Wyman L. Lorch L. Moser W. J. Bruce G. C. Cree D. R. Crosby T. Fostvedt R. C. Jacko A. E, Livingston H. F. J. Lowig J. McNomee T. V. Narayana E. Phibbs J. R. Pounder W. T. Sharp E. L. Whitney F. A. Baragar B. S. Chwe W. Israel A. J. Keeping J. R. McGregor R. L. McKinney R. G. Sinclair R. J. Tait Z. M. Trollope D. W. Willett D. M. Aitken A. C. A. Patton DEPT. OF MICROBIOLOGY G. E. Myers J. N. Campbell T. Yamamoto DEPT. OF PHYSICS H. Grayson-Smith A. B. Bhatia G. D. Garland K. B. Newbound D. B. Scott D. D. Betts G. L. Cumming W. K. Dawson J. H. Harrold F. D. Manchester G. C. Neilson J. T. Sample H. W. Taylor L. E. H. Trainor K. Vozoff S. B. Woods J. P. Franck R. H. Krouse B. V. Paraniope F. L. Weichman DEPT. OF ZOOLOGY D. M. Ross G. O. Mackie J. R. Nursall S. A. Altmann W. A. L. Fuller C. P. Hickman, Jr. J. C. Holmes V. Lewin R. F. Ruth J. D. Soper R. Sottler FACULTY OF Dean-Hu Harries G. R. Feiwel D. Goodale C. A. Lee L. C. Leitch W. A. Preshing A. O. Saffel W. R. Badun A. G. Blair W. B. Crowston H. S. Dulat G. A. Feltham H. W. Ford D. A. Harris J. D. Kyle A. G. Perroni B. Rollins D. N. Thompson R. A. Denham P. Herring W. H. Hurlburt M. O'Byrne COMMERCE SCHOOL OF DENTAL HYGIENE Miss M. Berry IDirectorI Mrs. J. C. Morrison Mrs. J. Sikoro Miss J. Rask Mrs. D. C. Kaull FACULTY OF H. R. MacLean IDeonI H. E. Bulyea W. S. Hamilton S. D. Fraser R. V. Blackmore C. R. Castaldi A. D. Fee K. A. McMurchy G. B. Davidson S. G. Geldart G. H. Gibb R. D. Horyett D. G. MacGregor C. W. B. McPhail D. R. Stewart R. S. Van Alstine N. Bosorabo Miss M Berry B. J. Eastwood D. H. MacDougolI P. D. MacRae R. C. McClelland R. P Mullen H L. Samuels G. H. Sperber FACULTY OF Deon-H. T. Coutts DENTISTRY EDUCATION DEPT. OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION J. H. M. Andrews G. L. Mowat A. W. Reeves IHeadI H. T. Sparby F. Enns W. D. Knill H. C. Melsness W. N. Toombs DEPT. OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS B. E. Walker lHeadl B. Y. Card S. A. Earl M. R. Lupul K. H. Thomson R. E. Eick L. F. Troutner G. C. Eastwood DEPT. OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY C. C. Anderson D. B. Black G. M. Dunlop IHeadl J. W. Gilles R. S. MacArthur J. D. Ayers D. R. Cameron 25 C. M. Christensen W. B. Dockrell R. J. C. Harper J. Macdonald W. B. Elley M. Gulutsan S. Hunka DEPT. OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION W. H. Worth lChoirmanI Muriel A. Affleck E. E. Andrews Jean D. Dey M. D. Jenkinson Dorothy M. Lompard L D. Nelson W. F. Reese S. Trieger R. D. Armstrong Helen M. Diemert Elizabeth Filipkowski T. B. Greenfield J. M. Higgins Evelyn R. Moore L. L. Wilson DEPT. OF SECONDARY EDUCATION E. W. Buxton H. T. Coutts L. W. Downey lHeodl G. L. Berry J. A. Forbes J. O. Fritz L. Ruth Godwin C. G. Hompson M. Nay W. Pilkington A. A. Smith W. F. Coulson Geraldine Farmer J. O. Regan DEPT. OF INDUSTRIAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION H. R. Ziel IChairrnanl J E. Gallagher T. R. Jensen R W. Stadt FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Dean-R. M. Hardy DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM ENGINEERING D. B. Robinson D. L. Flock I G. Dolla Lana P M Dranchuk L. U. Lilleleht W. Nader D. Quan R A. Ritter K. Aziz F. D. Otto DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING S. R Sinclair T. Blench L. E. Gods R. M. Hardy J. Longworth K O. Anderson J. J. Bakker W. L. Bigg P. H. Bouthillier E. L. Fowler J. G. MacGregor D. W. Murray J. B. Nuttall A. W. Peterson W. W. Preston 5. H. Simmonds S. Thompson J. P. Verschuren J. Warwaruk P. F. G. Adams R. W. Ansley M. J. Baron D E. W. Brooker DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING J. A. Horle J. W, Porteous D. H. Kelly Y. J. Kingma R. E. Phillips M. M. Z. EI-Kharadly R. W. King T. V. Nguyen W. Sinnema R. A. Stein K. A. Stromsoe DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING G. Ford J. Duby J. B. Haddaw J. S. Kennedy D. Panar G. W. Sadler K. C. Cheng A. Eshel E. W. Johnston G. C. Lock C. M. Rodkiewicz DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND METALLURGY E. O. Lilge J. Leia J. G. Parr T. H. Patching W. V. Youdelis SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS Elizabeth L. Empey lDirectorl Grace L. Duggan Ruth Renner Thelma Dennis Helen Moseson Zenovia Hawrysh Grace E. Cairns Margaret Gibbard Venita Semchishen FACULTY OF LAW W. F. Bowker IDeanl A. Smith A. R. Thompson I. L. Head D. J. Sherbaniuk D. T. Anderson W. H. Angus W. Anderson J. Brumlik W. H. Hurlburt D. C. McDonald A. F. Moir J. W. K. Shortreed FACULTY OF ANAESTHESIA E. A. Gain lHeadl D. F. Cameron F. C. Haley W. H Graham G. T. Moonie N. W. Nix ANATOMY T. S. Leeson IHeadl H. E. Rawlinson W. R. Salt R. F. Shaner J S. Thompson E. G. Bertram Margaret I. Fish R.J Bury L. B. Erikson E O. Hagen BACTERIOLOGY R. D. Stuart lHeadl E J. K. Penikett J. W. Carmichael Anne M. Bursewicz J. I. Payne Sheila R. Toshach Odosca Morgante BIOCHEMISTRY J. S. Colter IHeadl H. B. Collier A. R. P Paterson C. M. Kay l.. B. Smlllte N B Madsen D J Campbell B. G Lane MEDICINE G. R. Schonbavm Edith E. Townsend MEDICINE AND CLINICAL MEDICINE D. R. Wilson J. A. L. Gilbert R. S. Fraser G. Monckton Inge Dyrenturth A. S. Little L. E. McLeod W. A. Mahon R. E. Rossall B. J. Sproule J. F. Elliott R. K. C. Thomson B. M. Wheeler J. Dvorkin F. B. Rodman P. L. Rentlers M. T. F. Carpendale OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY W. M. Paul lHeadl J. R. Vant T. R. Nelson W. F. Ferguson R. H. Horner A. H. Maclennan T. R. Clarke W. D. Frew Margaret M. Hutton D. C. Ritchie Y. Yoneda L. B. Brown PAEDIATRICS J. K. Martin lHeadl A. G. Stewart W. C. Taylor Margaret W. Thompson J. Calder T. A. Gander H. B. Armstrong L. C. Grisdale Kathleen A. Swallow N. F. Duncan PATHOLOGY J. W. MacGregorlHeadl G. O. Bain S. Hanson T. K. Shnitka P. W. Davey T. A. Kasper G. R. Macdonald M. M. Sereda R. J. Swallow M. Weinlos M. M. Cantor R. E. Bell PHARMACOLOGY E. E. Daniel lHeadl C. W. NGSIN D. F. Cameron W. A. Mahon G. S. Marks J. D. Taylor PHYSIOLOGY J. W. Pearce W. H. Cottle C. Heath' E. O. Hahn D. Triantaphyllopoulos K. M. Chapman C. M. Feldherr PREVENTIVE MEDICINE S. Greenhill lHeadl PSYCHIATRY K. A. Yonge lHeadl W. Forster J. A. Easterbrook A. N. McTaggart S. Spaner J. Guild A. D. MacPherson T. C. Michie A. R. Schrag RADIOLOGY H. E. Duggan lHeadl SURGERY AND CLINICAL SURGERY R. A. Macbeth lHeadl W. S. Anderson 26 R. C. Harrison W. C. MacKenzie B. Michalyshyn G. L. Willox T. S. Wilson A. W. Hardy R. J. Johnston S. Kling A. B. McCarten H. L. Richard A. Allard . Weinlos J. C. Callaghan C. M. Couves R. C. Harrison K. P. Kowaleski G. K. Morton T. J. Speakman J. W. Duggan T. A. S. Boyd O. Rostrup K. A. C. Clarke W. S. S. Armstrong J. O. Metcalfe W. K. Lakey R. R. Francis C. M SCHOOL OF NURSING Ruth E. McClure lDirectorl Margaret M. Campbell Salomea Tretiak Margaret M. Madden Betty Harrington Ruth Geddes FACULTY OF PHARMACY Dean-M. J. Huston B. E. Riedel A. J. Anderson L. G. Chatten K. H. Palmer J. C. Morrison R. E. Moskalyk J. N. Hlynka W. W. Maday D. M. Cameron T. W. Kassian N. K. Barth E. W. Howe J. W. Morrison R. R. Shears SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION M. L. Van Vliet, Director M. L. Howell W. D. Smith A. F. Affleck R. O. Anderson P. Austin A. W. E. Eriksson H. J. McLachlin S. Menclryk J. F. Alexander A. M. Carson C. J. Drake S. Duquette G. Elliott L. J. Fournier G. Fracas P. Meadus W. R. Marford M. F. R. Smith M. Caudwell P. Conger D. Darwick D. Enger J. Smith R. B. J. MacNab SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Director-J. R. Fowler L. G. Allbon Ruth O. F. Bradshaw A. G. Foulds Elizabeth F. Rowand M. T. F. Carpendale UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC BOARD DR. M. L. VAN VLIET MISS R. ANDERSON MR. E. ZEMRAU Director, School of Director of Womens Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Physical Education Athletics The University Athletic Board is a group composed of both students and staff who, in coniunction with the School of Physical Education, organize and administer intramural and intervarsity sports. It is due to the constant efforts of these people that Varsity sports events function as well as they do. The Golden Bowl Football Game, a new and successful event, was organized by the Uni- versity Athletic Board. Student representatives on the Board this year were: Sandra Kirstein Hugh Lynch-Staunton David Cragg Margo Niewchas Robert Gillespie Fraser Smith Dave Cruickshanlf, ."f""f ufrfw' SANDRA KIRSTEIN HUGH LYNCH-STAUNTON President of Women's Athletics President of Mei-i'5 Athletics 27 95" one 5 6 .ZZ .1 ' 021 ' eef ra 69254 mow '-...T-' UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, EDMONTON, ALBERTA To write a resume of student activities for 1963-64, requires a historical perspective, an ability to look into the future to ascer- tain what students will feel to be the important accomplishments resulting from a year of strenuous activity. During the year, stu- dents have tried their hand at old tasks and have forged ahead wesusv CRAGG into new areas, ln many cases, we will be able to look back and President, Students' Union say that our efforts resulted in success. ln others, the results might not appear to be quite as favourable. Regardless of the outcome however, all who have participated in student activities will be able to point with enthusiasm to the fun and valuable experiences which have resulted. There is one product for which I am sure we will be remembered. Many hours of hard work have resulted in a concrete, tangible proposal for expanded Students' Union facilities. The final plans have been a long time coming. ln producing them Student Government on this campus, has shown itself to be progressive and able to take on very large tasks. ln the process, we have proven ourselves to be leaders in the area of student government both in Canada and the United States. The building l am sure, will stand as a monument to student initiative and strong independent student government. SUB Expansion has carried with it the necessity to reorganize our Students' Union. A strong, vital student program must be maintained as this campus grows and expands. Through reorganization we have provided a flexible structure within which progress can flourish generally and which will allow efficient and effective use of the new facilities. The degree of financial sophistication required by such a project is considerable. Consequently we have had to revise almost completely the constitutional structure of student fees. By doing so flexibility will be ensured. ln addition, the changes should allow us to derive the greatest possible value from each dollar. The result hopefully will be no fee increases even when the new building opens. History will record this as the year the West successfully challenged the Football machines of the East. The "Golden Bowl" aroused a degree of enthusiasm seldom before seen on the campus. Over 6,000 students will count this as one of the highlights of their University days. This year also saw the hosting of the National Congress of the Canadian Union of Students. Students will only forge their rightful place in Canadian society if they support this valuable national student or- ganization. Under the roof of the new Education Building, many new and exciting policies were hammer- ed out. For the first time in its history, the National Congress came to grips with the problems of Bicul- turalism. By grapling with this problem, in an intelligent and thoughtful way, students have blazed a new trail in Canadian unity. A vital and continuing problem in student life involves our relationship to the academic community. Over the years this side of student government has been neglected. We have not taken an interest in aca- demic affairs and as a result the students interests are very seldom heard. This year an academic affairs committee has been constituted. Its duties will include an assessment of academic standards in the areas of student and faculty attainment. Teaching standards will be investigated. It is of prime impor- tance for students to insist that teaching not take a back seat to research or professional commitments. The trend in this direction is obvious and alarming. Also in the area of academic affairs is the possibility of revision of the University Act. An intensive' study of the Collier Report, a document approved by the faculty association, has occurred. Student Government has achieved its enviable position through close cooperation with the administration. lf the University Act is to be revised students must ensure that the status they have achieved through many years of hard work is not lost. Students must be prepared to study closely all negotiations which are aimed at a revision of this Act. Many people have contributed to the success of this year. The clubs and organizations have pro- duced varied and stimulating programs. Student Council committees have also worked hard to com- plete many important tasks. ln particular however l would like to say a special thanks to Students' Council and the Executive Committee. We have had a strenuous year, the results are clear testimony to this fact. Elinor, Dave, and Doug have been extremely helpful. Thank you for your efforts. Thus the year draws to a close. The memories will be many. My best wishes to you all in the years ahead. V9 .4 L., ELINOR JOHNS Vice-President STUDENTS' COUNCIL T 'r-5 DAVE CRUICKSHANK CATHERINE WELIHAN HARVEY ANDERSON Co-ordinotor of President of Agriculture Student Activities Wouneito Society all-X GORDON THOMPSON JOHN FERBEY Dentistry Educotion No Photo GOPD MEURIN Engineering 'J' C5 ,-of ADRIAN JONES ANNE GARDINEP Medicine Nursing fix 155 -sv DON FREELAND HUGH LYNCH-STAUNTON Science President of Men's Athletics 'iv RAY MARUSYK Phormocy B' af f -. J cf. . PAT BENTLEY NFCUS Choirmon 29 MICHAEL WELSH Arts N' 4' ., ,A K-'EE' Q L CARWE HOPNBY Household Economics ,wx DENNIS O'DONNELL Physicol Education -.of tv? SANDRA KIRSTEIN ' President of Women's Athletics DOUG MCTAVISH Secretory Treasurer si -.4 GOPDON NOLAND Commerce I-"W V. 1 V 3' FRANCIS SAVNLLE Low Jv -, EDITH STOTHAPT Physiotheropy BRANNY SCHEPANOVICH Gotewoy Editor STUDENTS' UNION BUILDING s MR. BRYAN CLARK MR. ALEX MARKLE Business Manager Executive Secretary, General Alumni Association 3+- STUDENTS' UNION BUILDING SUPERVISORY STAFF A. , . W, v QE x . VN 5 ,:xg5Q,gc - 'si ' sl-Qi' , ' V gf v, ' ,355 9 'LETS' Left Io right: Bill Hyrchuk, Glen Reid, Pat Himmelman, Bill Winship, Jim MacCaren, Wayne Phare. Absenh lain Macdonald, Doug McTavisl'1. 30 :Vi-I1 - 15--,Q x ff.. ' ?',,xl,gk - ' -"xx L- 1 . ' uf. . ,wp W., Y ,. MF'-72, ." ly . 1, I WJ ,f , ' 1 1-.4 ,.a my 7.1, it -1.1 'Q..5'-- , TJ ' ,..-,,.. 1- if . f if ' ' i W. . Jig? T.. ' . 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GERALD LESLIE, J. ALAN LUND, L. WENDELL Exec. Agriculture Club Exec. 4-H Alumni Club Exec. Agriculture Economics Club NICHOLS, M. RANDALL Koppo Sigma OLSON, O. ARTHUR Exec. Agriculture Club First Yeor Rep. OLSON, W. JOHN Exec. Agriculture Club OLSEN, J. NEIL PENNER, G. RICHARD Exec. AMUS PUZEY, J. DAVID RAND, F. ARNOLD Exec. 4-H Alumni Exec. Agriculture Economics Club Exec. WUS REASBECK, F. GERALD RICHTER, L. JOHN RUDAKEWICH, MIKE Exec. Newmon Club SCHRODER, J. DAVID Exec. Agriculture Club Clcxss Rep. Exec. 4-H Alumni Publicity Director SCHULD, W. FREDERICK SHAW, R. BLAIR Exec. Agriculture Club Culture Rep. Exec. 4-H Alumni Zeto Psi STANDISH, F. JAMES Exec. 4-H Alumni THACKER, A. BLAINE Exec. WUS Exec. Agriculture Club WULFF, F. CLIFORD Exec. Agriculture Club Fourth Yeor Rep. YAREMEY, WILFRED ANGEL, A. BARBARA ASPLUND, O. WILLIAM Exec. Debating Society BRAGG, W.E. BARRY Exec. Psychology Club Exec. Evergreen and Gold Editor-Students Section BREEZE, M. JULIA BUSE, K. DIETER Exec. UN Club Exec. Gateway Advertising Manager Make-up Editor Associate Editor CLEMENTS, D. PATRICIA DRAGLAND, L. STANLEY DUGGER, L. ELIZABETH DYCK, J. HANS HODGES, D. JOHN HUNTER, S. ROBIN Exec. Campus NDP Exec. Mens Economic Club Exec. CUCND Exec. Student Christian Move ment KROUSE, M. IRENE LePOOLE, D. STEVEN O'BRIEN, D. ALLISON Exec. Men's Economic Club PANTER, CHRISTOPHER PERSON, E. CARIN PITFIELD, H. IAN Exec. Liberal Club Exec. Men's Economics Club Delta Kappa Epsilon POUNDER, L. ROBERT Exec. Classics Club SEEMAN, EDA-MALLE SMITH, VERNON STORFIE, K. REVA Delta Gamma TOVEE, M. CAROL WATSON, BRIAN WILLIS, D. GARY Editor of Gaillardia, UAC Exec. UAC Debating Society NFCUS Delegate YOUNG, R. CHESTER ALLEN, J. GARRY ANDERSON, L. MARY Delta Gamma ARMSTRONG, G. JOHN Assistant PRO Delta Kappa Epsilon BACON, A. DELMER BACON, R, MAUREEN BAILEY, R. DONALD ' - "' . .- Q1 " ' 'Kr .1-I . .. A Ss, -. Z. - ff 53" . ' t" ' if f-'N .Q . 6, v- " I .1" N X '- . f D W .. 1 Y 52 ivy- sto. X mx f-'1'.,x. 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BRINSMEAD, WENDY M. Pembina House Committee BROWN, KENNETH J. Intervarsity Football Kappa Sigma BRUS, GERRY A.C. BRYAN, MONA J. Exec. Evergreen and Gold Clubs Editor Pi Beta Phi BUCKLER, BARBARA J. BURCH, MARGARET L. BURGESS, JAMES A. Phi Kappa Pi CAMERON, CHRISTINE A. Delta Gamma CAMERON, MARILYN A. CAMPBELL, ADAM F. CAMPBELL, GEORGE R. Delta Upsilon CAMPBELL, M. DONALD Kappa Sigma CAMPBLL, MARILYN M. Kappa Alpha Theta CARLYLE, NANCY E. CATTERALL, DUANE H. CLENDENNING, LINDA R. COLLING, LLOYD D. Intervarsity Wrestling COTE, ANDRE D.J. CUNLIFFE, LYNDA J. Pi Beta Phi DAWSON, MAUREEN A. DESROSIERS, M. IRENE Delta Gamma DICKEN, R. LILA Exec. Blue Stocking DODDS, E. RUTH Songfest Co-ordinator Pi Beta Phi DRYBURGI-I, J. ALEXIS DUB, N. EUGENE Exec. Ilarion Club Delta Upsilon DUNN, J. MICHAEL DWERNYCHUK, G. ROBERT Gateway ELLIOTT, C. ELIZABETH Exec. Pi Beta Phi Exec. Blitz Day Comm. ETTER, M. SHIRLEY EVANS, F. JAMES FARNHAM, E. PENELLA Pi Beta Phi FISHER, J. MARGARET FORBES, G. DONNA FORD, J. DAVID Exec. WUS Exec. Student Housing Comm Delta Upsilon FORSTER, E.F. MICHELL FRADKIN, SANDRA FREEBURY, E. COLIN FROST, C. EDWARD Cross Country GARDINER, R.G. JAMES GEDDES, M. ANNE Exec. Signboarc-I Exec. Ski Club Exec. Art Club GIBSON, A. CATRIONA Delta Gamma GIFFEN, J. FRANKLYN GITZEL, E. PHYLLIS lntervarsity Synchronize Swim Team GOOCH, E. STANLEY GRAHAM, C. JEAN GREEN, P. TERENCE HAGENSON, G. NELS Delta Kappa Epsilon HALLGREN, A. NORMAN Exec. VCF HAMAR, M. DONNA HAMILTON, LINDA HART, A. CAROL Kappa Alpha Theta HARVIE, PATTI-LYNN HEDENSTROM, I. JOANNE Pi Beta Phi HENDERSON, LAWRENCE Kappa Sigma HEWITT, S. DAVID nd E4 ff ,439 . ' ..,, . Y! I I X x S Q N .,..,,... . .. .N .. it ix C big 'O' ,sv . ' R yfllfifw ' 3 r" 7' 'jim' f. 1... W5 SNS f -. 9 A 1 XX ,nw A 'Q ,,,- ' , 5.2-3 2.j:'E.Ei.IQ?E: - ' L ii' R" ' ' . ',.AN I ' .Y .1 I xr. I K ' I 6 K xl- 1. . .Q 'I+ V ., . . Qf'l1Y OF-1 ..f.,, g 5' Q3 llilml 3 ff n AR 1 ICont'd.l XJ Ti sv Q' 'Q li! 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KRYZANOWSKI, MALCOLM K LAUBER, MURRAY L. LAURIN, RICHARD L. Zero Psi LAYCRAFT, SHEENA E. Koppo Alpho Thefcx LOBSINGER, JOHN P. MADSEN, CAROL A. Exec. AH Alumni Exec. SCM MALLEN, BRENDA M. Koppo Alpho Thefo MARTIN, FAY E. Exec. Sociology Club MEUNIER, MICHAEL D. MIS, MARY J. Exec. Wouneifo SocieTy Alpho Gomrnci Delfo MONDEA, BARBARA J. Exec. Koppo Alpha Theta Koppo Alphci Thelo MORO, BONNIE L. MOTT, DIANE E. MUNRO, DON R. Exec. SCM Exec. Canterbury MACDONALD, FLORA M. Exec. Wauneita MACKENZIE, DONNA R. MacLAREN, JAMES M. MacPHERSON, CALVIN G. Exec. U ot A Radio Zeta Psi MCCONNELL, DAVID A. Phi Delta Theta MCCOY, PATRICK W. Exec. Newman Club Intervarsity Skiing MCDERMID, DAVID H. Intervarsity Hockey Delta Kappa Epsilon MCMILLAN, MELVILLE L. MCNAUGHTON, LYLE A. OBERHOLTZER, JOHN L. Exec. SCM OWENS, EDWARD L. PACEY, RUSSELL J. Lambda Chi Alpha PARSONS, DIANE H. PAUL, NORMAN H. A. PAYNE, LAWRENCE H. Phi Delta Theta PEACOCK, JOHN P. Phi Delta Theta PEEL, PAUL PEIRCE, JOANN I. Delta Gamma PELACHUK, JULIA PETERS, LLOYD F. PHAFF, MARJORIE A. PIMM, LARRY V. PIPICK, MOISHE T. Exec. Evergreen and Gold Exec. Political Science Man at the Year 1963 PORTEOUS, JAYNE E. Exec. Ski Club Evergreen and Gold PURDY, RUSSELL M. PUTNAM, LYNNE E. PUZEY, ANNA M. OUECK. DIETER K. RAYCI-IEBA, ILONA A. Exec. llarion Club Pi Beta Phi REA, AUDREY F. Pi Beta Phi REEVES, JUDITH E. Pi Beta Phi ROBBINS, CAROL J. Exec. SCM ROSSER, LORRAINE S. Exec. Judo Club 5-0 'WL' ul C..-1' I I W" - I ---- , I 2" M ' ,U A g . A? -e ver I. . 1 V "V 1 f- . 1- -Q1--v in Q C: if NN ' f. ,H-s l A f Q, . 1 fl, fu.-Q lu-fs. ,, . .. E f"' . ..,. ,..'L44i!Li'T I Q l TE.. Ig S I. 5 f .J. :. U , 1-af-' 'L , Z sg I f ""' ' X fi 43.2 ' j:.. J A. A :' A - . VM B 'T 'ff .Qu L' X xl 1? 'Sq 'i- in Q-v T .x I Q . fi P 'S xref? .- .22 x 4 I 1 .xx f E 37 73 LTA V r j .. WI. .Q LJL As. .. . v. . .,-, - is :g ,I 1, :,3,:!, . U, , -1' . -sf? ' L, I .,,. - I f 1:-,. ,,, .I .1,-..,:..f- ,W 1- . Lfffi . fa fe-' . ' 'KVA I 551233,-1 "' ?.i',:f1f-::f,, ' IRE, , .- t-J, v 1 Lk-4 L 1. 'X 'M' ' , . I' . Q1-.4 . .. - " :fizfzlz 'Q G . Q ' g Q ef rr. ref fs...-Q I vw ' I ' 2? W V' Wm' , .,.x,, , .V..: . 3 M s m Y I I ' Q 2 N81 1 ' 3 --N 3 5 0 I 1' I 9 N Q.?,. Xi L A as ROTHWELL, E. JANE Exec. Signboarcl Exec. Art Club ROWLAND, M. ELVA RULE, M. STEPHANIE Delta Gamma RUSNELL, A. DALE RUSSELL, D. RICHARD RYAN, A. BRUCE SADLER, D. SHIRLEY Pi Beta Phi SARTISON, G. TELMOR SCHARF, L. LINDA SCHRAG, R. LEONE SCHUREK, M.E. SHARRON SCOTT, E.A. HELEN SEBASTIAN, F. LOIS SEEGER, A. GEORGE SEREDA, B. MARGARET SHANAHAN, J. ERNEST SILVER, J. Pl-IILLIP Exec. Varsity Varieties SINCLAIR, J. GEORGIA SMALLWOOD, M. CAROLE Exec. Conservative Club Kappa Alpha Theta SMIT, ELISABETI-l Exec. University Symphony Orchestra SMITH, M. GEORGINA SORENSEN, M. KAREN SPADY, K. ELMA STANILAND, E. DENNIS Phi Delta Theta STARKO, B. GEORGINA Exec. Jubilaires Exec. WUS Treasure Van Varsity Guest Weekend Exec. Ski Club STENGER, M. KATHERINE STEPHEN, R. TELL STERK, JOHN Delta Upsilon STICKNEY, M. FRANCES SUNDBERG, M. CORRINE SUTHERLAND, G.R. MICHAEL SWANE, K. BARRY TAYLOR, RICHARD TEASDALE, RODGER Phi Kappa Pi THOMPSON, J. MARGARET Exec. United Church Girls' Fellowship TILLEY, DAVID J. Exec. IFC Delta Kappa Epsilon TOMBS, THOMA P. WALKER, ELIZABETH J. Exec. Mixed Chorus WALKER, GORDON H. WALTON, NANCY J. WARD, W. PETER Delta Upsilon WELLS, DONALD W. Exec. Studio Theatre Players Exec. Drama Society WILSON, MARGO I. WIRZBA, GERHARD WOOD, B. MARK WYNN, NANCY B. Delta Gamma WYNNYCHUK, KAREN E. YAKIMISHYN, SAM S. YOUNG, GORDON M. Exec. PC Club Exec. Political Science Phi Delta Theta ZACHERL, JANICE M.A. BASTIDE, MAURICE E. BESSELL, DONALD H. Exec. CPSC SUB Expansion Commission BISHOP, DONALD R. BISHOP, LOUISE M. Exec. CUS Exec. Personnel Board BLEVISS, MORRIS Exec. UAC Gauntlet BOURK, LARRY T. Exec. Commerce Honors Society BRUDLER, HARRY CAMPBELL, ROBERT G. Exec. Commerce Honors Society CHRISTOPHERS, EDWARD M. COOPER, JOHN T. Intervarsity Curling Lambda Chi Alpha CORNISH, PATRICK A. COSTALL, ROBERT R. DARLING, BURKE E. DIXON, JAMES E. DOUGLAS, JAMES I. Exec. CUS Intervarsity Football DUNDAS, JOHN W. ERICKSON, GRANT A.B. Exec. Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon emi . . S Q an K S , .i fu I t f N 3 A W R Ni 0 , I ' I d - . ,al . . Kl i- . . K . C O M M E RC E GRADUATES 39 ...-- . ny 4, -' . 'f1,4 5,,. 'fa 'Gi ' Q- :J ' E4 .1..-, pa. xi., i .2 'X v . X I 'Cf' . A Y .XJ HCI!! 16 FERGUSON, T. JOHN Kappa Sigma FERRY, T. ROBERT Exec. Curling Club FINLAY, A. DONALD Exec. Rugger Club Intervarsity Rugger Delta Upsilon GARDNER, R. DONALD Students' Union Planning Comm. Exec. Students Council Commerce Undergraduate Rep. GARRETT, C. RAY GARTNER, G. DONALD HAMSHAW, J. ROBERT HATTENHAUER, G. ROLF HAYDAMACK, L. LEONARD HOLLIDAY, A. DENNIS HONEYCHURCH, R. SHARON JACQUES, L. LEO Commerce Honors Society JENSEN, HENRY JOLY, ROBERT KLINCK, E. JOHN Sub-Aquatic Club KOWALEK, LON KUEHN, A. ROBERT KUTZNER, R. WILLIAM KWAN, JERRY LEVINE, A. DAVID Sigma Alpha Mu LITTLE, C. WILLIAM Lambda Cl'1iAlpba LOUDEN, D. RONALD lntervarsity Football MARTE, A.J. DOUGLAS MAXIE, L. PETER MITCHELL, J. LEONARD MCDONALD, G. ROBERT Exec. Commerce Under- graduate Society McKAY, G. VERNE Evergreen and Gold Intervorsity Football Junior Hockey Delta Upsilon McLEAN, GRAHAM Exec. Residence House Comm Delta Kappa Epsilon MCTAVISH, C. DOUGLAS Exec. Students' Union McGoun Debating Team Delta Upsilon NADEAU, J. ARNOLD Exec. Commerce Under- graduate Society Zeta Psi NELDNER, M. HELMUT NEMIRSKY, E. LAWRENCE ONDRACK, A. DAN Varsity Guest Weekend Personnel Board Delta Upsilon OUELLET, E. WILLIAM Exec. Curling Club Exec. Glee Club UAC PEACOCK, FRASER R. PERRIN, ALBERT E. C. PERRY, M. JANIS Exec. Pi Bela Phi Exec. CUS Pi Beta Phi PETERSON, BARRIE E. Exec. CUS Phi Delta Theta PLEWES, DONALD E. Exec. Delia Upsilon Delfa Upsilon PRICE, RICHARD T. Exec. CUS Infervarsify Curling Kappa Sigma PRIDDLE, DONALD F. RODGER, DAVID M. Exec. CUS Exec. Infer-frafernify Coun Phi Kappa Pi SCHULTZ, DAVID C. Delia Upsilon SEXTY, ROBERT W. Exec. ACC Exec. Model Parliament SHARP, BRIAN J. SHERWIN, WALLY A. SHIRLEY, EDWARD G. SINCLAIR, KENNETH G. SMEE, DOUGLAS E. Delia Kappa Epsilon THOMAS, DWIGHT R. Public Relations Officer THOMAS, GORDON D. TONN, ERIKA E. TOUTANT, KENNETH J. USHER, DONALD I. Delta Upsilon WALPOLE, IAN R. Exec, CPSC WATSON, DONALD W. WERNICK, EDWARD H. WORKUN, OREST Exec. Bowling DASH, AUDREY J. Exec. DHUS GUNTHER, DONNA M. Exec. WAA HISLOP, MARY K. Exec. Waunifa HUGHES, NINA K. Exec. LDS Club JORDAN, IRENE I. LOGIE, VICTORIA A. Pembina House Committee MCDONALD, MAUREEN J. Intervarsify Synchronized Swimming ,W .. .. ,, A NV, I x sv ' x f -o-. QTY OF si 4 if' ' 6,5 'ET-'E P 3 .-"II4P.- 51 NQxk 1 Cont'd.I DENTISTRY GRADUATES 1 Q, 1 " rffk. .f 'I -5 S ' lf Mp, Of . 6 Aff lux Q. f Te -9 uw is vrwq' qi: , -4 W I . 3 2 ills Cumqgiqap 'U I I L 'M as -I , ""lP L A M X -sw.. I 1 L A '-'.A A hm 1'f.i L M 7? fa- ?f AA'A' I 2 ga. j a K 1 S dh , . S QQ aw sax . .. 'L ws 1 V ffl, Nts,- L --. 0- 'K X 1 ,fini vi" , ..,l, 'UG f 'f 1 A ALKASK ZS NELSON, DIANA K. NICHOLL, LINDA L. PAWLIUK, MARILYN Exec. DHUS Presidenf PEARSON, MARLENE L. SINCLAIR, JOY A. STOCKER, PATRICIA G. WEBBER, DONNA Y. WYNNYK, DARLENE ABBOTT, ROY J. AKROFI, VICTOR ANDRUS, JOHN A. BAILEY, THOMAS S. Exec. Class President BLACKETT, JOHN A. Phi Delfcs Theta BODNARCHUK, ALBERT BOWRON, DAVID G. CHAYKA, ROBERT CHERNESKY, RICHARD VV DUNNIGAN, WILLIAM H. Phi Delfo Them DUSKA, LESLIE T.J. DYCK, WIEGAXID A. DYER, WILLIAM R. ERICKSON, JOHN D. Delta Upsilon . FANTIN, TED D. FIETZ, DONALD J. GOTAS, PAUL B. Phi Kappa Pi HARACH, MICHAEL H. HARDER, LORNCE H. HENDERSON, PAUL D. Exec. DUS Vice-President HUK, EUGENE M. LIEN, ARTHUR LIETZ, D. ERWIN MCRAE, G. MALCOM NIEDERMAYER, W. JOHN Exec. DUS Class Pres. 1960 ODLAND, D. RICHARD Exec. DUS Class Pres. 1963 OSWAIN, F. C. ROBERT PENZ, ANNELIES POPOVE, A. PHILIP Exec. DUS 1961 PURCELL, E. GERALD Kappa Sigma SELK, RUEDON SIMONS, J. ALEXANDER SINGER, L. DAVID Evergreen and Gold Edifor 1964 Sigma Alpha Mu SPROULE, R. WILLIAM STROM, O. JON TOMLINSON, K. THURSTQN UTAS, E. GILBERT Exec. DUS Class Pres. 1964 WALLS, W. C. JOHN WARREN, E. RONALD Exec. DUS Kappa Sigma WIEBE, D. JERRY WONG. K. ROBERT ARMSTRONG, W. GORDON ARTH, F. RICHARD ATTWOOD, H. DIANNE Pi Beta Phi AUNE, L. GEORGE AWBERY, F. SANDRA Exec. German Club BERENDT, H. ROBERT Exec. EUS Pres. 1963 BIELISH, J. MERVIN BODNAR, MARIAN BOLINGER, R. PATRICIA BULMER, D. JUDITH BURCHAK, J.T. RITCHIE CARPENTER, C. DAVID Delta Kappa Epsilon TX E' N-4, ,Z -I ,nv L 3 i',. .gf 1 3 4 'Ov Y rugs' C ! -Y, ' . fiff f. s.. .nie is ,g ,1f'i.,, 7? ,r-L -- x . 90. L E D U CATI O N GRADUATES 'S- ? 9-'-.N 19' xv-3 L A K J 'QL p-4 Llk A 43 'Q -.S 'U' SJ 1 sJ-,XJ D 5 -re' ' Y f 1 14 I . U. ,. .3 ffvw v5 .JL4 E if A 3 2-qi-'1 " iff- "F f'ff1.br1'?H' ' if . me I - I '33 :S , I '. N: .- ...,.b.,.:.5 'Q 'L.-' A .fi5f?"'iIx is I em Q sou-9 Y ' N-...Q Q li w-., 'X Ng? V Y-. A. . -' '. .NI ' ' '5.'QEQf255i' 55 - ' fT'Z,5i.Lz fziffz'-.' 4' '5b:f.'f:'if I . .--'fx' V la?" IL ' ' ,. - " ' V 45 ix? ' Q ' W ' F' 'I -,a 59' A IQ 9 w 4' 5. - ' 5527.5 VX, ' ' ' f 1' - -- . . .15 sa QE?-ix .. .,.lf 'f1" 3 , ,,.,,.a , LJLJL L A 'S ' .- 41' si' fin 'Z' ,.,. . ., . ..wfs,....,, .,3.,H, g X , ,, . 'E B .J T, 5- 2 g, - 1 X ' .5 44 njlbf' S-nv 44 CHALIFOUX, PAUL A. EUS Prof. Rep. CHARETTE, ANNE-LOUISE CHOMIK, NESTOR L. Exec. Lcnmbdc Chi Infervorsify Hockey CLEVELAND, LANALEE C. VCF Exec. COBB, ANNA P. CUMMING, SHEILA J. DAVIDCHUK, STEVE DE WITT, CAROL R. DICKSON, SHARON L. L.D.S. Exec. DUNNIGAN, FRANCIS E. Con. U. Symphony EBERHARDT, ELVIRE ELNISKI, MARY MAGDALEN ERICKSON, GAALEN L. Lombdo Chi EYLES, PATRICIA A. Exce. DeI'ro Gommo FERGUSSON, SHARON J. FLEWWELLING, MORRIS F. FORMAN, CAROL I. FUJIWARA, FRED Y. GARDINER, GARETH S. GILLESPIE, ANNE E. GILLIS, RYAN G. Zero Psi Sports Rep. GRAY, EUNICE F. GROVUM, RICHARD J. GUMBS, HUBERT A. HAMAR, DANIEL I. HANSEN, GRAHAM J. HARBACK, ROY A. HARRINGTON, MARTHA J. HAYWARD, MINNIE ELLEN HENRY, KATHLEEN M. HINZ, JURGEN HOLZER, ROBERT M. HOOPER, CARROLL. House Comm. Pemb. Hall JACKNICKE, KENNETH G. JAEGER, DONALD J. JOBE, RONALD A. JOHNSON, GRACE M. KELLY, DOROTHY G. KIRSTEIN, SANDRA M. Exec. WAS President KOLOTYLUK, FRANCES KORNELSON, HARVEY B. KOSKI, M. YVONNE KWASNIE, VALERIE J. Exec. Kappa Alpha Theta LABRENTZ, ARNOLD J. LAMOUREUX, RAYMOND J. LANG, SHARON C. LEGUERRIER, JOAN F. LONG, MARLYNE I. LORENZ, KENNETH I.J. LUPUL, EUGENE J. Exec. EUS President MARSHALL, RHONDA M, MARX, ERWYN J. MATHIEU, RENE J. L. MELNYK, MARY M. MILLIGAN, BETTY A. Exec. SCM, Vice-President Wauneita Society, Vice-President MITCHELL, DOROTHY M. MORGAN, LYNDA G. MURRAY, L. GERALDINE MacNAUGHTON, MARILYN J. MCARTHUR, DEANNA J. MCCORMICK, STUART MCEWEN, JOHN M. Exec. Male Chorus, President MCFALL, L. ANN VMCKAY, NORMA JEAN NISHIMURA, CARL M OKAMURA, MAS OPRYSHKO, PETER E. Exec. St. Basil's Club President PETERS, VICTOR F, PETRAS, ANTON L4 LA JLZL : fa TI Cont cl. XL! -.F f I Vee, C ,5 I, f f' Q it 1 ' I I ix N., x 5. 70,49 fel J XJ 4 C.,-. fe :ff VV L 1 .nu ,K I .' 3 ' 1 DIS- I 1- zzz., vt- '- . .. ' ' -Q. 0 , . 2-:Q M 'A A . v 'A ws ' x '-'F V H . .-by ',j..jl:1jQifZ5, .x LA 5 ,ww ,ff ut, . 1-'la ""k , , ,, . -f ' 4. s..zy,,,, . ov- .Q . 'K 23 5 h -1. I 46 PHARE, WAYNE V.G.W. PRIER, DOREEN M. PYLYPCHUK, MARION N. QUECK, BRENDA M.E. RAE, BETTY ANN RAMSHY, JIM O. RENNER, WILLIAM W. Intervarsity Basketball Zeta Psi RIVA, LEELLEN M. ROBERTS, REG. A. ROGERS, JOHN F. Iritervarsity Swimming RUSNAK, LEONARD L. SAWADA, DAIYO SCHULTHEISS, EVA I. Intervarsity Basketball SHANDRO, SYLVIA M.A. SHYMONIAK, LEONARD R. Exec. St. Joe's SIBBALD, JUDY A. SICKOFF, SHARON DIANNE Exec. Studio Theatre SILVERTON, LORENE J. SKAKUN, ERNEST N. SODERSTROM, ROGER W. SPRINGER, DALE N. STANFORD, MARIANNE Exec. LDS Club STANKUNAS, TERRENCE D. STASHKO, BORIS A. STEVENS, JEAN G. SWANEY, CHARLES S. SWANSON, WAYNE G. I TANAKA, TAMMY T. TILLOTSON, DOLORES S.A. Intervarsity Basketball Volleyball THURSTON, PATRICIA D. TIPMAN, MARLENE D. Kappa Alpha Theta TOOPE, LILA I. Delta Gamma TURNER, WALLACE C. Exec. Tri-Service WALES, BERYL F.E. WEDMANN, ROLAND WILFLEY, CAROLYN R. WILSON, KAREN E. WOJCICKI, JAMES J. WOOLLEY, LARON P. Social Credit Assoc. Pres. WRIGHT, LAURETTA L. Kappa Alpha Theta YAREMIE, SHIRLEY A. YOUNG, JOHN R. Exec. Canterbury Songfesf Comm. T963 Lambda Chi Alpha YOUNG, MARIE E. ZARD, GORDON P. BATYCKY, JAMES BRADLEY, BERNIE J. lniervarsiiy Swimming CHASE, JAMES R. CHUNTA, JOSEPH CLARE, RONALD T, ENGELSTAD, DONALD G. FORBES, LAURIE A. HANSEN, MELVIN D. HENNINGSEN, GUNNAR HOLST, PETER H. HUCULAK, ROBERT H. JAMISON, JAMES E. KARRA, SASTRY P. Exec. Indian Students' Assoc. KIRBY, CHARLES R. MANOLESCU, DONALD R. MARTIN, GREGORY A. Phi Kappa Pi MATT, JOHN A. MOHAMMED, SHANULLAN MORE, ROGER A. McINTYRE, JOHN R. Exec. Chemistry Club NIP, MAN-TSUN O'NEAIL, TERRENCE M.H. :QW Q ' u Q N-9 -4 ALJL AL 1 ,, 2 ,wa A I CH EMICA L E N GI NEERIN G -' GRADUATES ef- ' sf f ,, I P f f'r I fe ' ,,., . - 'I ... Y 'W ' fi :fi ' J ..- . . X M L ALJLA ..Q:,u.. 351112135 ji , . ,t Z. . . .- . . rf , I x S' N xl I . ,,,. Y K I , , A: Zi? A 1 L A 7' E i w' . , . v-sql ,, nv K , . M 12:1 ' -:,wzz:z'1' ' f af:21w'+a' ww-5 4 Y . ,.,. 1 N. .. I , ..- .4ee5'2f' K 2 , 342' ' r ilf . ..- - ' ' Ja w- ' n ' fl '12 C' n 4 47 X K l 9--'L 1 '3'5v'X Rx? i- vf ' R A L , W 73:- L. fig tl nl ' I-sr 'U fe.:--.fzi 5 rf , f 24 LA xTxE 54' Q f Z .Z I9 .GJ 'UCF ix 1 mf 5,3 . K, CIVIL ENGINEERING F I 'M , 1--N . 1 L.. v. LA sg GRADUATES ,... . Q '- w I I 51-1 -in " " ' 1 ,.. 4 I -. I g.sff113.3,Qfijffi2l 'f' ws" 1' 2-A . y u. 9. 1, N' P ,., LA. 'Ns L ALQLA N ug OSENTON, JAMES B. Exec. Canterbury, President ESS, EIC Chairman PEDERSEN, BEVERLY W. PELZER, ADOLF PLOTKE, NESBITT W. Zeta Psi RICHARDSON, WAYNE I. SAKAL, RONALD SATTIN, HENRY G. Sigma Alpha Mu SCHUURMANS, LOUIE J. SEYER, WALTER G. SINGH, SUKHDIAL STELLMACH, HARRY TIMMA, SIGURD A. Phi Delta Theta WANKE, SIEGHARD E. WARCHOL, EDWARD J. ABEL, WESLEY ADAM, DIETHELM S. AZIZ, SAJID BAGNALL, KEITH E. BENNETT, JOHN W. COLLINS, EUGENE F. CORRIGAN, DON P. COTE, CHARLES E. Delta Kappa Epsilon CULLITON, JOHN G. Exec. Ritle Club, President I DERDUIN, RONALD R. I. FORBES, VICTOR C. FRECHETTE, THEODORE D. Exec. Block "A" Club, President Intervarsity Football GRABURN, WILLIAM L. JANZEN, RUDOLPH H. KATHOL, DENNIS J. KELLAM, GARY KEYS, ROBERT A. KOLESAR, DENNIS L. LAVIOLETTE, LAWRENCE LEISHMAN, CALVIN J. MANLY, GERALD L. MARUDIAK, ORVILLE P. Intervorsity Footboll MEIDINGER, JAMES F. MCWILLIAM, RICHARD B. Exec. Civil Club Delto Upsilon NAGAI, THOMAS T. NICHOLS, LORAN W. Phi Koppo Pi PASTUSZENKO, LUBOMYR PASZEK, TELESFOR QUAM, BRADLEY A. Exec. Eng. Student Soc. Delto Upsilon RHYASON, DALE B. RICHARDSON, BRIAN W. RITZ, ROBERT L. Phi Deltcz Theta ROUSE, JAMES G. RUST, KENDEL J. Gc1Tewoy4Picture Ed. SCOTT, MICHAEL D. SHILLABEER, DAVID A. STANG, HYACINTH J. STOLTE, WILLIAM J. THOMASSEN, NEAL R. Phi Koppo Pi TYWONIUK, NICK VAN DER GIESSEN, NICO WALTERS, RICHARD J. Delta Koppo Epsilon WARD, LYLE R. WELLS, DOUGLAS W. BALL, DANIEL M. BALLARD, WAYNE C. BECKWITH, ROY I. Exec. Electrical Club BRACONNIER, JOSEPH C. BURFOOT, DONALD Cross Country Rugger YP. -Y-..., -X., 24 A ni, M .'A- yy 'X - -9 LJ N II. 1 LA ff' .K at 1 ,jill ms g, 3 19 Q 53 ,1 5.4 I ,pr I iw? I 5 , 5 W , : ,, 5 T D-I I Q if R 'H fir ....., I gf' 's 4 ev N xi? A A ' 1 L. 1 - ' ' Avzvk "2 ' V ER k VIPQ N- A 'J' 13' gl' "' 'H GEQEQ TT. T31 X 4 ELECTRICAL r '9 I ' "' 5,1 If-.zi p ENGINEERING A GRADUATES 'vb-0 rug, L 7-'EQ Lt 1 I I " U W " , 5 . A ' 4,3 - Pt' - IU I 'P -.E 2 2 47' : I 'I A T X- . f 7 ' I. 1 - I ' ,gg 49 'VT' 'R YT' fp f Jin. . 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Promotions Chairman Promotions Vice-Chairman Blitz Comm. Chairman Kappa Sigma REVAK, HENRY J. ROTH, ALBERT RUST, KINDEL SALTVOLD, JAMES R. SMITH, IAN R. SPEER, GORDON W. STENTON, WILLIAM C. Exec. Rifle Club director. Photography STREMBICKE, HENRY J. TEARE, KENNETH G. Exec. IEEE, Vice-President THOMPSON, LYLE R. ULSRUD, ALVIN P. Kappa Sigma WEDMAN, LEONARD N. WRIGHT, DONALD G. ROUTLEDGE, DAVID WERSTIUK, HARVEY L. BALL, ROGER H. BENSON, GARRY W. BLADES, NOLAN BRADSHAW, CHARLES L. CHANASYK, ALBERT J. CROWDER, BRUCE T. DUNBAR, DOUGLAS ECCLESTON, JOHN W. Intervarsity Cross Country FELDMEYER, CLEMENS R. Intervarsity Wresilirig FISCHER, KENNETH E. FLEMING, DAVID A. Phi Kappa Pi FREDERKING, ROBERT M. W. GLATZ, GERALD A. GRIECO, BENEDICT C. GUNN, JOHN C. GUSSOW, DAVID W. HENRY, TOM W. E. Phi Kappa Pi HOWE, FRED E. HUNTER, H. DOUGLAS Phi Delta Theta KAETHLER, RUDY KINGSEP, GARY C. LEES, ROBERT S. Phi Kappa Pi ENGIEERING PHYSICS GRADUATES MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "' GRADUATES R f 4: 1 , .. Y - 5- 'uv . -I, T? L4 "II UIQ ,. 51 T 'cr ur Q I . - I 4 , , ,. f . 1 ' I If F 1 A-. - P 1 'if X S 'sa no LJLA LA 'x..., g p' '?':- "S M y I 4' x .. .. kigigi 55 11 , , gl X - l l, I -rs. I .ff ' ef """x MINING 'C' ENGINEERING GRADUATES METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES I.,: ' 52 UOF- XX-IEF4, Q f Z 'Z I9 GJ . Psa LEETI, GORDON E. LYALL, CHARLES J. C. MEURIN, GORDON R. Engineering Students Society Vice-Pres. Phi Kappa Pi MCCUROY, LYALL R. lntervarsity Tennis Block "A" club NIVEN, ROBERT D. P. Delta Upsilon NODWELL, JOHN H. OWENS, DAVID W. PROSTEBBY, JOHN L. SADLER, NIALL H. SERRA, JOHN W. SINCLAIR, ROBERT W. SMITH, GERRY E. SPANKIE, JOHN A. Exec. Engineering Students Society 1963 Exec. Mechanical Club T962 STAUFFER, RAY E. Exec. Engineering Students Society 1963 STINCHCOMBE, STANLEY H. Golden Bears Football T963 TOLIVER, REGINALD L. TROTER, FRED J. DEB. WATAMANIUK, EDWARD WATTS, JOHN S. WELLING, JEFFREY N. Phi Kappa Pi WILDE, THOMAS L. FARQUHARSON, GRAHAM Exec. Enginereing Students Society FOSSEN, WILLIAM F. GILPIN, ROBERT R. HARMATIUK, LESLIE R. Exec. Engineering Students Society LACKONICK, GEORGE Exec. Engineering Students Society Phi Kappa Pi WALLBRIDGE, JAMES M. WATSON, WILLIAM D. Exec. Engineering Students Society I964 Phi Kappa Pi DIEWOLD, PATRICIA A. B.A. DITTO, DOUG I. B.A. I.F.C. Kappa Sigma KHANNA, SAVITRI M.A. Rep. Economics Ass. Badminton PROUDFOOT, JAMES B.A. STRUK, DANYLO S. B.A. WINDSOR, ROBERT F. B.Sc. BATRA, SATISH M.Sc. DUGLE DAVID L. B.A. M.A DUGLE, JANET M.R. B.A. M.A. VASUDEVA, KULBHUSHANKUMAR B.Sc., M.Sc. VERMEER, KEES B.Sc., M.Sc. CROCKFORD, CHARLES H. B.Ed. HOSSAIN, SIDDIQUE M.Sc. B.Sc. MISHRA, PURNIMA M.A. B.Ed. B.A ABBAS, SHAUKAT MA. B.A. CAMERON, DON S. B.Sc. CAPJACK, CLARENCE E. B.Sc. CHANDLER, FRANK R. B.Sc. KHAN, KHURSHEED ALAM B.A., M.A. KHANNA, SHYAM M. B.Sc. LEMAY, PAUL L. B.Sc. MAUREAU, GERRIT T.F.R. B.S.c. MEI, HUAN-MEI B.Sc. MCFARLANE, DONALD F. B.Sc. MCLARNON, JAMES G, B.Sc. PETERSON, CAROL A. B.Sc. PETERSON, ROBERT L. B.Ed. QAZI, MAHMUDAHMAD RECEIVING PI'I.D. Rf? FACULTY OF RECEIVING -1 GRAD STUDIES T LW A wg , ..,. I. RECEIVING X M.Ed. RECEIVING W 4 ' I'I. - 5' M.Sc. ' Hr- I ,,efY':Ai',,,', ' 5 X , -, 53 -. X 'I wg Ne K L . . we X-W OF , Ling 7, Z :.:m ....m .4 F' if ea .... Q , fconfdi h l AT' HOUSE ECONOMICS GRADUATES ALJL G7 'uf- .-1 LA LAR L LJ L. XJ .XJJ V xi Y O fills so ' fe. Z " E " li' 5 I ml v- Qq Cunw' 40 RICH, NORRIS W., B.Sc. SINHA, VINOD T., B.Sc. USTINA, FRED B., B.Sc. YONG, MAN-SEN B, B.Sc. ARCHIBALD, CATHERINE A Pi Beta Phi BANTA, JOAN M. Exec. 4-H Alumni CURRIE, CAROL D. CURWEN, BARBARA A. Koppci Alpha Theta DANCEY, MARILYN J. EBY, IRENE M. Exec. 4-H Alumni ECKSTRAND, GAYLE E. GERLACH, EVELYN S. Exec. H. Ec. Club Exec. UAS GERLOCK, DONNA I. Exec. H. Ec. Club GORDEYKO, BERNICE A. Exec. H. Ec. Club GRAHAM, CAROLINE I.. I-IANSLIP, DIANE L. HILTON, JANET L. Exec. H. Ec. Club HORNBY, CARRIE L. Sfudenfs' Council H. Ec. Rep KOZAK, ORESTA Exec. ST. BosiI's Obnovo LARMOUR, FRANCES H. MOISEY, DIANNE J. NEMETH, IDA NIXON, MARLENE R. REES, CAROLANN M. Exec. H. Ec. Club SKRIPITSKY, DIANE MARLENE SORENSEN, VIRGINIA K. STEPENOFF, LINDA M. Exec. H. Ec. Club SUNDE, SONJA A. WATTS, VALERIE A. Exec. H. Ec. Club BENTLEY, PATRICK M., B.Sc. Exec. Law Club Exec. Students' Council CUS Chairman Exec. Alta. Law Review Delta Kappa Epsilon BORAS, JOHN T., B.Sc. BRAUL, WALTER, B.A. Exec. Law Club CAIRNS, ROBERT M., B.A. Delta Kappa Epsilon CORMACK, MARGARET., B.A. Exec. Panhellenic Council Pi Beta Phi COTE, JEAN E. L., B.A. Exec. Alberta Law Review Exec. History Club DECORE, LAWRENCE G., B.A. DOZ, JOSEPH, B.A. FINGARSON, JOHN L., B.Sc. Phi Delta Theta FOSTER, JAMES L, B.A. Exec. Univ. Men's Residences Exec. Discipline Committee Exec. Golden Key Society FULLER, HUGH W.A., B.A. HAY, DONALD L., B.Sc. HENDERSON, GEORGE E, B.A. HUSTWICK, JOHN A, B.A. IRWIN, H. J. LYNDON Exec. Law Club Exec. Golden Key Society Exec. Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma JELLIS, EDWIN A., B.A. KAROLES, RONALD D. Phi Delta Theta KONYE, ANTAL D.C.L. Exce. Law Club LANDMAN, HELMUT M, B.A. Lambda Chi Alpha LAUX, FREDERICK A., B.A. Exec. Law Club MILLER, ROBERT W., B.A. MIS, WALTER K., B.A. MacCALLUM, EDWARD P., B.A. MCQUEEN, HUGH A Phi Delta Theta OLESEN, LAWRENCE W., B.A. Exec. Law Club OLTHUIS, JOHN A., B.A. OSTROWERCHA, ALICE E., B.A. Exec. Debating Club Exec. Law Club POTTINGER, ROBERT E., B. Comm. PRODOR, LEON B. Phi Dleta Theta ROBISON, IVAN M., B.Sc. Delta Kappa Epsilon SAXTON, GEOFFERY H. Exec. Commerce Undergrad Soc. SUTHERLAND, THOMAS P., B. Comm. Kappa Sigma -1.-i..+. ,- LAW GRADUATES X Q I xi It L is A L M1 I I" l 1 gg .rf . by I 'V I 'ev gi . 9 "lll' . 2 ' ll 5 ll: I YL gqqfllji L 1' A L ,."' A A 1 K ...Ju .Z h fr 1 'L ,L fwd "Q, 3 K., ca. E 'VM . A L ld 'tr- I- f -,Q ,4. kv Q:- ' ,igy A.-. ' f' I .4 'TCL 'N ltitw L l K 1 L . A L .mol .... ,Q . V j 'if' I . a g ' . . V - ,vv , -I Kc ll ir 1 if - ,Q I ef x 5 . f 130.1 K ".. K . A . f' 55 TAYLOR, MILTON V. B.A. M.A. Manager Alberta Law Review THOMPSON, HERBERT G. L. TORKEL, INGRID C. Exec. Alberta Law Review Exec. Law Club VAN VLIET, MAURY G. B.Sc. Chairman By-Laws Comm. Football Delta Upsilon WALTER, ERNEST J. M. B.A. WOODS, ROGER SAINSBURY B.A. Lambdi Chi Alpha YUZDA, LAWRENCE W. B.A. Editor Obnova Kappa Sigma BREITKREUZ, WALTER H. CHURCH, STAN OROBKO, MARY-LYNNE H. RATHWELL, JOHN H. W. ROUT, DANIEL J. ALLEN, MURRAY E. V.C.F. Medical Undergrad Soc. M.C.F. ATKINSON, MARTIN H. Alpha Omega Alpha BARR, JAMES A. B.Sc. BAYDUZA, JEANETTE D. B.Sc BOWEN, RICHARD A. M.U.S Phi Delfa Theta BRAUL, WILLIAM BREDO, GERALD A. Judo Club Alpha Omega Alpha BREITKREUTZ, HERBERT E. B.Sc. BROWN, DUNCAN R. B.Sc. BUDEICKY, NICHOLAS G. U.A.C. Ski Club Exec fooTball BYKOWSKI, OREST H. CULVER, RON L. CUMMING, WILFRED S. B.Sc. ERICKSON, LeROY M. B.Sc. FREEMAN, GLADYS D. B.Sc. VCF. Exec GLASGOW, ROBERT M. M.U.S. Rep. GRAHAM, D. NEIL Exec. Men's Res. House Committee Delta Kappa Epsilon GREIDANUS, THOMAS H. HALLGREN, ROBERT A. Exec. VCF, MUS HANSEN, BRYCE W. I-IOLLINGSWORTH, WILLIAM J. HULYK, RAYMOND M. MUS Liason Comm. IRWIN, JOHN Exec. Promotions Comm. Publications, Publicity JANZEN, HERBERT Exec. AMUS I964 JONES, ADRIAN B. Exec. University Symphony Med. Show I963,64 MUS I964. Students Council KEITH, ROGER G. Exec. Alpha Omega Alpha Intervarsity Basketball Intervarsity Crosscountry Phi Delta Theta KINDRACHUK, JOHN KING, RUTH A. Exec. MUS 1962, 63 Kappa Alpha Theta LAMPARD JOHN R. Exec. Promotions Treas. Promotions Chairman Exec. Red Cross Blood Drive Coordinator Exec. Red Cross Blood Drive Freshman Introduction Week Golden Bowl Weekend Chairman Intervarsity Cross Country LEITCH, GARY T. Exec. MUS LEMKE, DIETER W. LOEWEN, GEORGE LOUIE, RICHARD A. MABERLEY, AL L. Exec. MUS Pres. Alpha Omega Alpha Delta Kappa Epsilon MALOWANY, ALLAN J. MARLISS, ERROL B. Exec. Hillel Foundation Pres. Exec. WUS Treasure Van Exec. CAMSI, Exec. MUS Alpha Omega Alpha Pres. Sigma Alpha Mu MOORE, LAURENCE H. L. MYRHOLM, GUNNAR S. ORBECK, KENNETH W. Phi Delta Theta POULSEN, JAMES B. ROBINSON, SHAUN M. Exce. Canterbury Exec. MUS. Exec. UNTD Exec. Intramural Sports RUSSELL, DONALD B. Delta Upsilon Alpha Omega Alpha SCHROCK, LAURA J. SECTER, BARBARA A. SELAND, THOMAS P. Phi Kappa Pi SEMKULEY, MYRON SEREDA, ANDREW W. Kappa Sigma WATTS, PHILLIP R. WEST, GUY R. WILLANS, DAVID J. Kappa Sigma WILLIAMS, MERVYN P. WILSON, ARTHUR F. Delta Upsilon ,IV RZ' ' fx .N fan .YSRJ 1 .Wm Q J . U NK,-,.f.. Y 'Ikif " k lc -N-4 K' Y an CT' 2 'I -ry ev f X Ii- L A9134 f J if AKQI In I 13155 5. L ALB 'lb f :,- --, -5 l. Q -Q, 'YR' tr' Q..-I ' IQ g . ' 'il ISAA L . AS I. L 'BQ' se an 6' lsnn AQJK 'CTF L ,fmlwk I y 4 ggi Y' Z' .l'.k.... 1 ,, ..,. F . 64 St L LAL 4 MEDICAL LAB SCIENCE DEGREE GRADUATES Tux ,-X 9 ry. ' -23" Y . N A A EAL DIPLOMA GRADUATES WRIGHT, WAYNE J. ZUEGE, PETER CROSS, BARBARA A. Exec. MLS Vice-Pres. EVERNDEN, JULIA M. HARRINGTON, MARY L. Kappa Alpha Theta HEIN, ALVINA A. JAJCZAY, FRED MCWHINNEY, SANDRA L. Exec. MLS PAHL, ERMA PEARSON, ELSA L. PEDERSON, CAROLE A. Exec. MLS RICARD, BARBARA E. Exec. MLS ROBINSON, DONNA M. Exec. MLS ROTHWELL, BONNIE Exec. MLS Pres. YAREMA, DOROTHY J. M. Exec. MLS BURAK, MARIAN B. FROLEK, LOURETTA A. HOLMEN, JOYCE A. SWANSON, INGRID L. TUNHEIM, MARIE J. CAMPBELL, BEVERLEY J. Pi Beta Phi Pres. CRAIG, JOYCE A. FISHER, SHARON A. Exec. School of Nursing Exec. Varsity Guest Weekend Co-chairman Kappa Alpha Theta GAHN, DOROTHY G. GOGOLINSKI, MARILYNN B GREENOUGH, ELIZABETH J. HASKELL, JOANNE M. HNYDYK, J. D. SHIRLEY JOHANSON, T. HARRIET PRICE, M. VALERIE RIDDELL, BEVERLEY-JEAN SHEPPARD, E. SYLVIA TODOR, KATHLEEN Exec. Wauneita AYRIS, A. VALERIE BRUS, M. GLORIA CLAPSON, G. LESLIE HUNT, L. GAIL HUTCHESON, A. CAROL MURRAY, E. JOAN Exec. Macleod Club Exec. Delta Gamma SCHOOLER, VIOLA SOSNOWSKI, A. IRENE STALKER, I, ROBIN Delta Gamma UHAZY, C. MARIE Exec. Nursing Organization VAN IDERSTINE, A. MARION WEIR, A. FRANCES Exec. Kappa Alpha Theta ANDERSON, C. MARJORIE Exec. Pi Beta Phi Exec. Wauneita Intervarsity Swimming AYE, J. MARGUERITE DOWNEY, P. SHIRLEY GARDINER, M. ANNE Exec. McLeod Club JESTEN, B. JOANNE KERYLUKE, V. DOLORES LINGAS, T. HELEN MAXWELL, C. LINDSAY Exec. Macleod Club Kappa Alpha Theta MITCHELL, L. HEATHER PALINKA, J. LAVINA POOL, E. JUDITH PATERSON, M. DONNA Exec. Macleod Club PROWSE, A. JUDITH Exec. Macleod Club A TEACHING AND SUPERVISION Lag ,,-nv AI-.4 It I L A 4TH YEAR, B.Sc. l'Ql 'XL ,H gi. my H iliifa iQ 9 ' 1 ,..:fJ 2 A A 0" 'G , 2 xv . .- ' Nh.. r. J : '. gs. 4 2- 44 1292, "'v:l'1' "I 5 if ' J' mr... .eg-5 3: ' - v,.' '- , 'I -'-' f nd ? p ff, V - 154' S,-V I . , "ta V ig J ' ff , 'fax H V. X 'Fr J. a ,gl 4. 9 - ,ci..A,..ei.f. .5.bnc5s.., . 5 I us 'Sign 2.9. Q mhz S , R Y - " ' .V - Y. 'Q' I., sf P I f i 'tg . .E 5 W. IA Nl I K' xf 59 I 6'- I . y. fv lea... 0 tiff tllifhfmvv .If 1 NURSING DIPLOMA GRADUATES g Sa P I 0 ...E ff' R 00'- Q? 'Y 0 .HJ 1' . s Q IRKX1,-pg I ssl' ti., x T 'T V ' ll 'I o ,. .f 0 . .0 5 AY 'Ir I .al X' ' HR .T .K I vs. 5 4 STEPHENS, E. DOROTHY Exec. Macleod Club WATAMANIUK, L. SYLVIA WELLS, MARILOU Cheerleaders Exec. Wounieta Exec. Macleod Club WOLVER, J. FRANCES BATTELL, CHRISTINE Exec. Macleod Club BERG, M. R. LORRAINE BIDLOCK, A. SHIRLEY BLACKWOOD, E. VALERIE BORGSTROM, A. CAROLYN BOWDEN, M. WINNIFRED BRITTON, M. FLORENCE BRUCE, BRENDA LYNN CAMERON, J. NORMA CARPENTER, S. ALICE CHARTERS, C. PATRICIA Judo CH RISTIE, E. SUSAN CONN, LOUISE DENSON, M. DARLENE DODDS, M. ELEANOR DOELL, I. MARIAN EWASZKIW, R. MARIE FLETCHER, E. JEAN FOLKMAN, H. SHARON FUJIWARA, S. SALLY GORDON, BURDINE GRANT, M. JEAN GREEN, E. PHYLLIS GUSTAFSON, L. MARGARET HALL, PENNY HEDEMARK, E. CAROL HENDRICKSON, C. ELAINE Exec. Student Nurses Assoc of Alberto HENSCHELL, E. LILLIAN HOLDEN, E. SARALEE HOLLOWAY, C. DIANE Exec. Macleod Club HOSEGOOD, J. LILLIAN HOUSE, V. BERNICE HUNTER, E. CATHERINE JOHNSON, T. MARLENE KAMINSKY, J. JUDY KVITTEM, F. LYNN LOEWEN, M. CAROL LOGAN, M. HELEN MILLER, M. PHYLLIS MQCCABE, A. E. GAIL MCCAULEY, M. DORIS McCOY, N. NADENE MCEWEN, S. JOAN McLEAN, H. CORINNE MCLEOD, M. DALE NIBLOCK, M. GAIL NICKERSON, K. JOANNE PAYNE, C. SHARON PETRIE, E. MARGARET Exec. Macleod Club PROCTOR, L. CAROLE RAWUK, E. PATRICIA RHODES, M. A. DOREEN SCHATTSCHNEIDER, J. HAZEL SCHIEMAN, E. MARILYN SNIDER, VALERIE SPEICHT, K. DIANE Exec. 4-H Alumni STEEVES, K. MARJORIE STEWART, M. LEONA STRONG, A. BARBARA STRONG, E. CAROL SULZ, E. MARGARET SURBECK, L. BARBARA SUTHERLAND, R. DONNA .4-4' fd ige. I ' ,zz - 1 "D" . I ,i fs. , A 0 if , 5.-fw'l',,LQ .e..b:-milf' - -i-'14, 31 Eminem.-I '11 , 'U'9 1 A I yr- '-:gy ,- , - ,f W -f an xl if df I le-I I f .9 .. .xg I.:.f.I.Lff... mmxg -fx wa-.so ,J :ii b 1.- rj., A lx l' '-.1 151 9 .Q SLE' 9 I "M ' Q Qivl V Iiu fv -S A 1: 5 1: .- -4 ju' 'S QI, F1441 XM 5 'T' Q r., J' L Ae I J- 4 V .Q 13. Q ,W lMrl'rj'.I lake il Lai -..,. "H, 'V if D 1 . nr-1. .T x.-,ce 7 M" l T .K W. . ,. , . . 11- I! . Y f' 1. f " l' J W5 P nf.-2 .2 10 -9-. 'a.,,. , C x 1 Az . 4 C .xt .bw -A - N4- U ' 2. rl- f ' I Q 'E -ii. -flvl-ll, .. A ,gwcrfc bf" W., cl. faxing.. igimc' v Q A ies.: A . f ' N , . .K if 'X . 51491 J ' lx ' Pl ' bv ' 1' 0 ,,v lucy-'H nc, . A "' QW R ' KE.. TEMPLETON, C. MARY TIFFIN, B. SHARON Exec. WUS TKACHUK, HELEN TURNQUIST, I. JUDY TWEEDY, I. MARGARET VRIEND, K. ELEANOR WADE, D. EDYTHE WEBB, G. ARDENE WESTMAN, C. JANE Exec. Canferbury Club WHITNEY, A. SHIRLEY WILLIAMS, E. GAIL WILSON, A. ELIZABETH WILSON, E. SHARON WOODEN, I. RUTH WOODWARD, A. LORELIE Exec. Macleod Club YAMAMOTO M MAY .., J ,A,, , 1 T H E R A P Y YANDA, A. MAISJORIE GREIG, O. LESLEY Exec. Wauneifa NIELSEN, E. THELMA ANDERSON, M. GLADYS ANDERSON, A. VICTOR BARTMAN, J. LAWRENCE BORTH, E. ROBERT Exec. Pharmacy Club Phi Kappa Pi BURNHAM, P. MARILYN CAMPBELL, R. ROBERT Exec. Pharmacy Club Kappa Sigma CARON, J. ROBERT Exec. Pharmacy Club Curling DRAPER W. BRIAN Exec. Pharmacy Club Phi Kappa Pi ENGELSTAD, G. MARILYN ENGERT, B. SHIRLEY FORAN, J. DALE Delta Kappa Epsilon GREEN, K. BARRIE HEPBURN, A. SHARON Exec. Pharmacy Club Kappa Alpha Thefa HUTCHEON, A. KEITH JOHNSON, D. GERALD KAISER, A. JULIA KARVELLAS, E. HELEN KOH, ARTHUR KOTYLAK, M. VERA KRIESE, ARTHUR LANGFORD, G. J. JOHN LAUBER, G. BYRON LOWERY, J. BRIAN LYSTER, A. CAROL Exec. Pharmacy Club Infervarsify Golf LYSTER, M. DON Exec. Pharmacy Club Kappa Sigma MELLING, B. JEAN Exec. Canterbury Club McDONALD, F. TERENCE Exec. IFC Phi Kappa Pi NAGATA, W. HARRY NEILSON, I. JOAN OLSEN, J. MARILYN OTRHALEK, F. FRANK PHILLIPS, E. JEAN POROZNI, J. ROBERT Exec. Pharmacy Club Kappa Sigma ROSE, M. JOLAINE ROXBURGH, L. DONNA LYNN SHANNON, M. DONNA SHAW, D. ROSALIE SHIPKA, J. LARRY SOBOLEWSKI, S. JULIE SPRAGUE, JEAN TAYLOR, O. THOMAS WINTER, E. PRESGRAVE WOHLGEMUTH, E. ARTHUR WOLFF, A. SHIRLEY WOO, M. SHIRLEY E. 'C' I wg-4 --p 'fm-W ..1 "rw J- . X . s.. Iv W 1 624. A ?'F Ik!! Wt' Q J-an QQ LA LA K 63 :L f . R: '., ,.. . 1 4 . 3 I me A -"J" 'Qu 6 , 1. ff 2' JS . Q ' "-R ,..,.,, as i ...ad x , '2 Q fs Rqv 4 Q! . X . ,V E -sf Mx vi ' I Y" ' K , 9. '-0' 49 ... up Y . ,. geo' 9 hi. il , Q .u ca' C I 'Q ' W . 4:-nv' ba LA LA PHYSICAL EDUCATION I , 8 115: 7 i . gl Z , ini? ,A ' ,.-,' Q I 1 ff I " 7 ...z .f LXA 1' BICKNELL, J. TERRY Iritervarsity Hockey BRUNT, R. THOMAS Exec. YPU CANADINE, D. GARRY Block A lntervarsity Hockey Phi Kappa Pi CRAPO, M. DOUGLAS EGBERT, D. STEVEN EMPEY, J. MYRNA EURCHUK, E. MICHAEL Exec. Physical Education Students Society lntervarsity Rugger FELDMEYER, A. ILMA lntervarsity Volleyball FELSTAD, M. DONALD Exec. Badminton Club FILIPEK, A. ROY Golden Bears - Manager GEORGE, A. LARRY HOLZER, ROBERT Exec. Block A lntervarsity Swimming Kappa Sigma KACHMAN, P. J. CLARENCE lntervarsity Football Basketball - Manager LAGORE, E. ALLAN Phi Kappa Pi LUDERS, G. LEONARD Exec. Physical Education Students' Society Phi Kappa Pi MARSHALL, M. ELNA Exec. WAA Council Delta Gamma MILLAR, D. BONNIE Exec. WAA, Exec. Wauneita Speed Swim Team MOEN, A. MARNA Exec. Physical Education Students' Society Basketball MOSER, J. CHUCK Exec. Newman Club lntervarsity Football NAYLOR, H. GARY lntervarsity Football O'DONNELL, H. DENNIS Exec. Students Union lntervarsitv Football PAVELICH, FRANCES QUIGG, F. CAROLYN RUSSELL, E. NEIL Exec. U. of A. Radio Swim Team-Manager SAUNDERS, W. FRED Exec. PESS Golden Bear Hockey SHORT, D. GEORGE lntervarsity Football STACEY, A. ELIZABETH WAA Council, Volleyball SUTTON, A. HARRY THOMSON, R. IDA WAA Council . Volleyball VALGARDSON, C. GORDON . Exec. UAB Otticial's Club Football , Basketball WISPINSKI, M. JIM WYNN, N. GLYN Exec. PESS BRENNAND, M. ELAINE KELLETT, A. BEVERLEY Exec. Physical and Occupat- ional Therapy Undergrad Soc. LEASK, M. JEAN MEGLEY, L. MAXINE McPHERSON, SUSAN Exec. P. and O.T. Undergrad Sociefy NUTTALL, E. BARBARA Pi Beta Phi PANEK, A. CAROLEE PARSLOW, L. BONNIE PEDERSEN, E. MARGARET Exec. P. and O.T. Undergrad Society STOTHART, A. EDIE YORATH, C. LINDA Exec. Wauneita EASTON, F. PATRICIA SVARICH, A. EVELYN BALL, C. GORDON BARNES, H. GORDON BURBANK, B. MAX CLOWES, IIA. RONALD CSONTOS, PETER Exec. Math-Physics Club Exec. Judo Club CUTS, W. HAROLD GARDINER, A. ROBERT GRAHAM, C. LANE GRAY, W. MICHAEL GREEN, J. DOUG GROUT, R. H. HELEN GROVE, A. DAVID Exec. Math-Physics Delta Upsilon GULLEKSON, M. GAY HUMPHREYS, MARGARET JOHNSTON, R. MANLEY PHYSIOTHERAPHY P ,Ii ,v , ' ,-- GRADUATES 'Ai'l 1 wi ' 843 'au 'T' ai- 5 SECOND x ,i!W'73! 'R I YEAR S C I E N C E HONORS GRADUATES M ivlv IIVQQ -..,., A ' "" "':"'1 ' . ' "" -"' fi? . ,,,,, .."-"l l -' R ' Q.. 1 2, I 1 I "' ' z I ' ' f , . I xgjls 'Ll if it F , is ,FT -ul W 3 .4,e:?,: ' - 5:-2.53 ' 43 ix ' si Wham fv--. A Q' ,T 5' . 5 Q 19 9 A W A QQ-I .rf FCUMQW lCont'd.l f ' I .--' U 8 - aiiiiiff 'I -ov' . rw' SCIENCE GRADUATES .14 ,M f I F? y ur' '-?"""'s., A' .3 ,:.1Q,Q Rf 'I I-15'if'g,'g:5gf ' NR A s'i:'5'5?5i 3 55' 22 ,W ' v A 1.. 1... :V ' l. " ,' C. ,Ik iff, , xg. A v.s'g5Qzg5'f,Q MM" ' .. , ' ., gn. 26 - .. .V 1 2. . U 1, I - '. We-. Nx' es? N 3: I 'fl I KANE, R. HAROLD Exec, Symphony Exec. Men's Residence Comm. KINOSHITO, KIMIO LOMNES, K. RANDY MEIGHEN, A. EDWARD NICHOLSON, G. GORDON Exec. Mixed Chorus Exec. ST. Steves QUON, KEITH REE, R. BUREN Exec. LSM Delfca Kcippo Epsilon REICH, J. HANS RYZNAR, J. GERALD Exec. Mining ond Geological Soc. SANDE, T. GORDON, Exec. Moth-Physics Club SORENSEN, V. CARL Exec. LSM THOMPSON, A. R. DIXON Rugger UNRAU, PAUL WEHRHAHN, H. CARL ACHTEM, A. LARRY Phi Delfo Thefo ANDERSON, D. RICHARD Delfo Upsilon ANDERSON, T. JAMES APPLEYARD, W. ELLEN ARNOLD, W. RICHARD Koppo Sigmo BAINES, E. ROBERT BELL J. VANNA Synchronized Swim Club BERGEN, HANS BLAIS, E. WALTER BOWEN, O. GLEN BRANDON, S. LYNN BREITHKREITZ, E. WALTER BRENTON, J. C. RICHARD COATTA, C. PHILLIP CONNOR, L. JERRY CORNOCK, MAVIS COVLIN, W. RICHARD Exec. Tri-Service COX, KEN G. H. CZORNODOLA, ZENONA M. DEWAR, RICHARD D. DRUMM, KONRAD DUBLENKO, DONALD M. Lambda Chi Alpha FAIRBAIRN, ROBERT J. FENG, RICHARD J. FERGUSON, JAMES G. Intervarsify Junior Golden Bears Hockey Lambda Chi Alpha FLEWWELLING, BRIAN R. FOLINSBEE, ALLIN R. Kappa Sigma FORTIER, GEORGE M.L. GAETZ, ROBERT G. GALPER, ELAN Y. GEORGE, JOHN A. GLANFIELD, BRIAN GRANT, ARLENE M. GREENBERG, MURRAY A. Exec. Evergreen and Gold Editor Director Sigma Alpha Mu GROLLMUSS, CHRISTINE G. HAITES, ERIK F. Infervarsify Swimming HANSON, JOHN HARBOTTLE, NORMAN J. HARDY, ROBERT W. Infervarsify Skiing HARRIS, WALTER HATLELID, BEVERLEY Exec. Mining and Geologi Society Vice Pres. HEDLICH, DIETER G. Exec. Modern Dance Club HEILMAN, EDMUND G. HESCHUK, WILLIAM D. HOULE, DORIS J. JENKINS, DAVID E. M. intervarsify Hockey Lambda Chi Alpha JESKE, SIEGBERT JOHNSON, LAWRENCE P. KEMP, VERNON M. Zeta Psi KIRYLCHUK, PETER KLNASSEN, JOHN E. KLUCHKY, KENNETH W. cal x lv U SN ' hall ,YJ -12 so ' ' ',' lf.,-' M wr' ,-v :- LJ M ' ' ,g. ' ..1s::.f'-23i':- - 536 V ' ' ' " 'I - 'Eid pi gb fi .-1-Q, ' l V, v,,,, ' af 3 ..,, gr 3- ,,v 5,M we,,.:.fhjgggy' 23' 'p'f':i,fA, 5.3" " , . V' 'llais' ,1:25:E ' A 1 f- , -3- 'Q A b Q Q gl ff 3? J , . 'X 'Q ! S Q ' i y fir .,,, ,- -0- ,, . e . . , C1 f -C . E I kgsf., , N' X I N . , . we 5 XJL A I I x LALJ , . li , Q ?i!iQ5,s2i' "' ,.,, , wry' 2 H ' 'F' . -f rf.-:fr yn ""' l .ff f 4 I LALJL 53 67 ci-J, glx A w 0 .425-ti "YF LJLJ ' .. . t ' 3 7 h ,V Y ' . , -'4" 1ff, , ' lg. ' , - A . V' ' I I 'I , I 1 Ni 5 1 . -1 -:sr -, "" . -'TP . zips... Q Q v-l, - il - . - " Y X:-' . r L4 ,Q-. -as .., CT' - f jg' as ' . 3 J ...ff Gia V: "" '- " 9 .5 '- 'Q 4 l wp U - : 3 A Q ,,, "-.Q I 3. .sf X 1592 tg S A u KA L ALOJ Q my F 'C' 68 KOZIAK, THERESA T. M. Exec. Obnova KULAK, JAMES Phi Delta Theta LAGRNGE, FREDERICK D. LAPLANTE, JOSEPH L. Intervarsity Hockey Lambda Chi Alpha LAUDER, JAMES D. LECHELT, EUGENE C. LOUIE, ROBERT H. MARKEN, JOHN A. Mixed Chorus Exec. MASCALUK, DANNY M. Exec. Rifle and Pistol Club MAY, RONALD A. MEHERIUK, ERNIE Zeta Psi MENNIE, WAYNE MERRICK, BERNARD H. MILLER, LARRY F. Kappa Sigma MIX, LAWRENCE W. MOLSEY, EDWARD W. Kappa Sigma MCCLELLAND, ALLAN R. McDONNELL, KEITH L. MCDOUGAL, FREDERICK R. Exec. Amature Radio Club MCINNIS, JOHN C. lntervarsity Football Delta Upsilon NAKATSU, KANJI NAKATSU, PAUL S. NETOLITZKY, RONALD K. NICHOLSON, STUART F. NOSTERUD, ROLF C. Exec. LSM NYCHKA, NESTOR P. OLSEN, BRUCE M. Delta Kappa Epsilon PARKER, RONALD M. Exec. Canterbury PEDERSEN, GEORGE J. PETRUNIK, WILLIAM PIH, GEORGE C. W. Exec. Chinese University Student Organization Phi Kappa Pi PIPKE, GORDON PROTTI, DENIS J. Exec. Male Chorus RAI-IAM, GERALD RENAUD, ROGER P. J. Lambda Chi Alpha RENWICK, DOUGLAS A. Exec. Arnciture Radio Club Exec. Science Club RUSSELL, GERALD F. SCHOLTEN, JOHANNES H. SEALE, JEAN G. SEALY, SPENCER Exec. Zoology Club SEBULSKY, ALVIN G. SENN, NORMAN J. SENYK, STEPHEN T. SEREDA, ELAINE M. Exec. Wauneita Exec. Obnova Club SETO, PHILIP SHAPKA, ROBERT W. Lambda Chi Alpha SHEREMETA, RICHARD P. SHERMACK, MARY A. STEWART, WULF SIRDAR, JERRY Kappa Sigma SPRONK, NEIL STANFORD, MICHAEL A. Golden Bear Football Delta Upsilon STEWART, ARCHIBALD W. L STONE, DARRYL F. SUTTON, JOHN R. Intervarsity Swim Team SYLYSKI, ROY S. TANASIUK, JAMES W. TERNER, UWE K. TOMPKINS, ROY R. TURCHANSKY, LAWRENCE M TYRRELL, DAVID L. J. VANDERBORN, JACK VISSCHER, HENRY P. VITEYCHUK, FRANKLIN G. WHITESIDE, CARLETON B. C Intervarsity Rugger Team WIEDMANN, MAX L. WILLIAMS, MIRIAM I. lntervarsity Badminton WILSON, LEONARD S. Delta Upsilon WILSON, ROB G, Intervarsity Swim Team Delta Upsilon WINNICK, EVELYN J. WIRSIG, SIEGLINDE L. WOLFF, RODGER N. WOODROW, IRWIN L. WYNNE, FREDERICK L. ZEDEL, ALBERT H. MILLER, ROBERT G. B.A. Pres. Theology Club MCNEILL, JOHN L. B.A. PARRY, ALAN B.A., M.A. Pres. Psychology Club 57-58 SELIGER, HORSTDIETER J. Exec. Theology Club STOKES, WINSTON W. B.A. Exec. ST. Stephen's College Students' Council Chapel Rep. AITKEN, E. PATRICIA Medical Lab. Science ENNS, ALVIN R. Civil Engineering Exec. Civil Engineering Club JAMES, JANICE Physical Educarion PETURSSON, JON H. Engineering Exec. Drama Society Exec. ESS Delta Sigma Phi McPHEE, WILLIAM A. Engineering MARTIN, JOHN S. Science BAKER, STANLEY W. B.Ed. BARLOW, SHARON B.Ed. BENNETT, WALTER F. B.Ed. BURNS, DELOYCE B.Ed. BYCE, FREDA M. B.Ed. DUNNIGAN, THOMAS B. Phys. Ed. CHEGWIN, MARGARET R. B.Ed. GALLOWAY, R. D. B.Ed. GARNEAU, GERALD A. B.Ed. GILL, PETER - HARRIS, LARRY B.Ed. HESSE, ERIC B.Ed. HETMAN, SHIRLEY B.Ed. IRWIN, ELLEN B.Ed. IWASIUK, CLARA A. B.Ed. JANS, P. YVONNE B.Ed. KASS, HEIDI B.Ed. KITCHEN, JENNIFER E. B.Ed. LEPATSKI, WILLIAM B.Ed. LEHN, SARA B.Ed. LIEBELT, ELAINE M. B.A. LOGAN, RUTH M. B.Ed. McKENZIE, GLEN W. B.Ed. Exec. EUS Exec. Commerce Club Model Parliament Phi Kappa Pi MILLER GERALD W. B.Ed. MOTYKA, ROSE B.Ed. ORTLIEL, ROMA B.Ed. PONICH, ELSIE B.Ed. PROSSER, MARGARET L. B.Ed ROYER, AURELL P. B.Sc., B,Ed SETH, ALICE J. B.Ed. SEWARD, R.K. B.Ed. SHANTZ, CAROL B.Ed. SHEPPY, EILEEN M. B.Ed. SKAKUN, J. B.Ed. SLYWKA, RUSSELL B.Ed. SOROCHAN, HILORY Y. B,Ed. ' IV' STAKICH, N.R. B.Sc. STEFURA, LOIS B.Ed. STREMBITSKY, VIETOR B.Ed. STRYCHAR, ANNE B.Ed. THOMAS, WILLIAM D. B.Ed. M.Ecl. THORSELL, GORDON B,Ed. TONEATTO, FELICE B.Ed. TOPOLNICKI, SYLVIA M. B.Ed. UKRAINETZ, E. B.Ed. UPSHALL, CLEMENT C. B.Ed. WAHLSTROM, MERLIN B.Ed. ff X, f 'YL 5 pe-1. ,.: , ' 'I .y 7 C , -1 A Q I fNi '-:-v' .J X--Q 4. . , 'I- I ,V rw- 'H f- - , 4, 'fr .f- wg., va, 1: 3 ,eg if g k ' f A . . 7 I A E ja! N4 I L M 5,6 R f URGANIZATIUNS Presentation of trophy for outstanding first year cadet. Instructions on operation of the Centurion Tank, Dental subsidizing cadets training during summer comp at Camp Borden, Ontario. wmsirr or 418557, Q, A , C0 N T I N G E N T is :rife C COTC A vital part of TrieService, the C.O.T.C., parade every Tuesday evening for three hours in the Armed Forces Building. Both a summer and winter training program are offer- ed to cadets during their university life in COTC. The winter training phase comprises all theoretical training, during which prospective officers listen to lectures given by military personnel and university professors. The summer C.O.T.C. program takes its men to various summer training camps across Canada. Many cadets are given the chance to train in Germany with N.AT.O. forces, The summer program is largely practical training, but theory is also taught and practised. IIII " llll T as eecc -1-- The rest after a hard day's labor. v ry 5.5 at UNTD The purpose of UNTD is to Train reserve officers in The best Tradition of the Navy. The University Naval Training Division offers both summer and winter programs which focuses upon academic studies in such diversified fields as: communications, supply, engineering, navigation, ship handling, seamanship and leadership. The summer program in UNTD centres in Cornwallis, Halifax. Cadets receive physical Training at the naval base or on board Her Maiesty's Canadian Ships. Socially, UNTD's summer camp provides ample opportunity for interaction, naval cruises range from Europe to The Car- A'ml5'lCe DGY pmode' ibbean and give cadets a chance to meet new people and acquire a wealth of new knowledge. Sports facilities on The Naval Base, plus a variety of social programs X give The men a chance to work as well as enioy The extra- curricular activities. The winter program is highlighted by such events as stags, mixed parties, mess dinners, and, of course, The Tri-Service Military-Ball. Perhaps the most rewarding result of UNTD is its Es- prit de Corps, a product of The cadets themselves, Young men comprising the unit, are selected To serve in the Royal Canadian Navy through outstanding conduct and achievements. Tri-Service ball committee. 74 D 1 Q Harvard Trainer, RCAF Station, Moose Jaw. Jack Watson, U. of A. Squadron at the controls. Drill during weekly parade. QL.-,. n Formation flying by student pilots. RCAF UNIVERSITY SQUADRON The Golden Bear Squadron is the largest university squadron, carrying a membership of close to one hundred and fifteen officer cadets and staff. This year the Edmonton component occupied with the C.O,T.C. and U.N.D.T., the new Armed Services Build- ing for the first time. During the winter, Wednesday evenings are re- served for squadron parades, where each cadet learns service procedure and discipline. Guest speak- ers are often invited, at this time, to speak to the squadron on topics ranging from "Sino-Russian re- lations" to Portugal and Africa. Cadets are engaged in a variety of activities throughout the summer with the R.C.A,F. First year cadets attend Reserve Officers' School in Ontario for six weeks, after which they join senior cadets, for theoretical and practical training. This training includes such trades as air crew, engineering, dietet- ics and personnel administration, the program being organized to give advanced responsibility as train- ing progresses. Socially, the cadets participate in many service activities. Besides weekly parades, the corp partici- pates in two mess dinners, tri-service activities, and the annual Tri-Service Military Ball. S k N-42. 4 L. S u 2 '-pr N'-lmaavaxnm, -....---.....,., . V QQ, ,,,,,,,yY,4 , X Q ,QU M U . . . 9' 'J 3-' - - , - , I ' k . lv? 'Q -p-q', The newly completed Tri-Service Building on the university campus. 1 . 76 I-'i-'ii' Armistice Day parade, entering Arts Building. Tri-Service Boll committee. RVICE is """llhu-n.m.t.q- Get together after Tri'Service parade. WfC Heralbert representing GXC Corr at Tri Service parade On May 8, T962 permission was granted from the Department of National Defense, to establish a ioint service mess at the University of Alberta. Last year, the University of Alberta commenced construction of the new building making the Tri-Service Mess a reality, anal ushering in a new era for the armed force units on campus. The new building contains a mess anteroom, a drill area, a rifle range and numerous class rooms for the use of its members. Plans for the drill area are directed toward establishing indoor tennis, volleyball, badminton and basketball courts, for the men. Prior to this year each service has trained separately. UNTD has trained at HMCS Nonsuch while the Canadian Officers Training Corps and University Air- force Squadron have used facilities on campus. The Tri-Service Mess committee in coniunction with the Tri-Service Ball com- mittee, coordinate the activities of each individual unit for operation of the mess, as well as for social and athletic functions throughout the year. The annual Tri- Service Ball, held in early February, is the major social event, planned for by both committees. The Ball, which is open to all officers and cadets, is eagerly awaited by all members, and is one of the most successful formals on campus. 77 gy. vii' 1111221 frm ' .. ,.r .V si -- -nv Sitting: Flora MacDonald, Caroline Roy, Mary Mis, Elaine Serada, Sec.-Tres., Cathy Whelihon, lleen Frizzell, Maureen McHaIe. 9' x 31 IR 7 v p., Pres., Donna Fraser, Vice-Pres., Myrna Whitson, Standing: Jan Nicholas, Carolyn Foster, Marilou Wells, Donna Gerlock, Molly Hislop, Joan Fowler, Sylvia Smith, Barbara Krause, Bonnie Millar, Leslie Greig. Missing: Eleanor Johns, Mariory Anderson, Lorraine Jeandron, WAUNEITA SOCIETY Established in T909-l9lO, the Wauneita Society pro- motes friendship and unity among women students at the University of Alberta. l-low Kola! Welcome to Wau- neita! invited every freshette to be initiated into the Wauneita tribe during Freshman Introduction Week. This Each woman student at U. of A is initiated into Wauneita in this impressive ceremony. week also included coffee parties and ci formal tea, which gave first year girls a chance to make new ac- quaintances and to discuss their new campus life. Through the Big coed had an upper-class woman to help orientate her to and Little Sister Program, each new campus life. To a first year girl from a small town, or from the big city, it is very important to have a big sister to talk with, or to receive ad- vice on personal matters. T Tuckwagon Mikamo S t o W a o, 1 I V ' f meaning Autumn Serenade, was the . ' H ' ' L L Cree Indian theme of the Wauneita M14 if ' H' .1 Q il' '11 'tt X -If 1 Formal. Attended by o-ver one thou- ? 'f ish ff , - ,fm 5 di. sand women and their escorts this ' ,l if 1. , x t Q V I , . 37 H A I 2' .r ,K M -M, 'X fi, dance set the campus social season X N L' ' -' , 4 in , ' ' with flying colors, and was one of ' , ,I I wr- W 4' L. V T' the largest formals on the Univer- "F ' ' V ' - ' 41- . -' - ' ' ' l calendar. The annual ,N , I 1 1 Q , y 12 1 Y i sity socia , X "yi 'N L " X 4 I X "Of event, held in the Jubilee Audi- -. w Ni - 1 it A W ' - A - , in ' A I - -. -N torium, was on November 2nd. ' K " r Apart from these main activities, .J 4 N' .1 " , ' ' ' 'T' ' . , ie . " - lri fgf .4-:f y t - it f Y . ,C Q, gxdmdmk ,v K. .3. 'WK ' QT " . r - 5 ' . '. My, A X. in .A . x vs- ,A yy g Q 1 , l h I A 'S 17 JK r ' r 4 n 1 r it-,Q Q3 - , ,F :YB 1. 78 Wauneita holds many minor activi- ties and participates in campus ac- tivities. They hold a White Gift Christmas party in December to col- L, lect presents for needy children. -1 Among its many activities during . Varsity Guest Week-End, Wauneita sponsors a coffee party in Wauneita Lounge. Under the helping hand of Mrs. Sparling, Dean of Women, the Wauneita Society functions as a strong-integrating force among the women of U. of A. 6 , X -Q Xa- 'XXXL A ah: 5 3 5 S: ,Q "' f Q sf c ,S , 4 My Q-1 SN I r i . , . -4 .4 Lili' if X X gb fx L. wi, , , vc t W ,L 'A f 'N ' tu X.. ,. rg, Sitting: Jim Foster, Presg Donna Fraser, Sec Xqv' Standing: Branny Schepanovitch, Doug McTovish, Francis Saville, Lyndon Irwin, Trees, Bill Somis, Vice-Pres, loin MacDonald, Wes Crogg Paul Cantor, Harold Coward. GOLDEN KEY SOCIETY The Golden Key Society is a group of students chosen for outstanding service to the University. Their special task is to welcome visitors to the campus whether they are first year students or political leaders. The Society provides two hosts monthly who will help campus Ore ganizations to plan special events. The Society also takes charge ot the extra curricular side ot Freshman Introduc- tion Week, Varsity Guest Weekend, the Appreciation Banquet and the reception of Undergraduate Foreign Students. During Freshman Introduction Week the Golden Key Society organizes the Gold Key Reception, the Civic Re- ception, Joe College, and the Frosh Registration Booth as well as the varied displays in the Students' Union Building. DISCIPLINARY INTERPRETATION AND ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE This C o m m i tt e e, popularly known as the "Disciplinary Com- mittee", has the power to enforce discipline among Union members, to see that the Constitution of the Union is complied with, and to in- terpret the Constitution and legisla- tive acts and motions of the Stu- dents' Council. lt is composed ot tive upper-class students appoint- ed by the Students' Council. O Q, r Q D' ,, ""'xX. Neil Graham, Marilou Wells, Jim Foster, Chairman, Mary Dwyer, Clem Felclmayer. BALLET CLUB Gill Parsons, Pres., Joan Jackson, Sec. Treas. The Ballet Club, now in its second year of existence, has made many strides in preparation for the future. lt provides lessons free to all in terested members of the Students' Union. These lessons are designed for enioyment and help to develop grace, poise, and an understanding of theatre art. In this way it is hoped that the Uni versity will provide a ground for yet another phase of education and build a new core of people aware of this area of culture. The club provides a one hour lesson in ballet weekly. Instruction is given by a qualified teach er of the Royal Academy in London, England The club also has periodicals on ballet available for members and in the future hopes to bring in ballet films for members and non-members Although it is still a new group, the Ballet Club hopes to supply dances to help in the Jubilaires production of Varsity Varieties. As the club be comes larger and more firmly established on campus, it will attempt a small production of its own - This is for the future and will depend on the enthusiasm shown by students on campus Students learn grace and poise during one hour weekly lessons, Royal Academy instructor shows "how it's done." POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB The purpose of the Political Science Club is to in- crease political awareness on campus and to give members a grounding in parliamentary procedures. The club consists of approximately seventy-five members who are responsible for oraanizing Model Parliament, where they hold the election of a gov- ernment, the appointment of officials in the House of Commons, and generally administer the proceed- ings. Parliamentary procedure is strictly adhered to, and many heated debates arise. Graham McDonald, V.P., Lorne Yacuk, Pres., Robert Sexty Missing: Linda Cunliffe, UNITED NATIONS CLUB The United Nations Club consisting of seventy-five members under president Bob Gordon is organized to study international affairs and the work carried on by the United Nations. Their regular monthly meet- ings prepare them for the Model United Nations Assembly. Sitting: Robert Gordon, Pres., Okcana Chomiak, Sec. Standing: Amankwah, Treas.5 Richard Ensslen, V,P. CHESS CLUB The U. of A. Chess Club consists of forty active members who meet every Monday and Thursday in the Students' Union Building. Throughout the year every member participates in a pyramid tournament which lasts the entire Univer- sity season. ln January the Chess Club holds a round- robin tournament with members playing in either of two flights. Chess books are given as prizes to both flight winners. Cliff Revell, Steve Jones, Sec., Marius Dekker, Treas.g Harold Cartledge, Pres. 4-H ALUMNI CLUB i Highlighting social events of the 4-H Alumni Club this fall included an informal party-dance and a banquet. Guest speaker at the banquet was Mr. Andrew. The 4-H Alumni Club works to develop closer relationships between alumni members on campus and to keep these members informed on provincial 4-H activities. During regular meetings the club members worked on "annual" pro- iects, listened to guest speakers, and attended social events. The Christ- mas party consisted of curling and dancing. The 4-H Alumni Club also took an active part in displays dur- ing Varsity-Guest Weekend. WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE W.U.S. is a familiar word to many students on the University Campus. Through its main activities the World University Service provides material relief to other universities, operates interna- tional education seminars, and offers scholarships tenable at other Canadian Universities. W.U.S. sponsors many minor activi- ties such as "International Night," Hootenanies, and foreign cultural evenings. W.U.S. works during the year on an annual fund campaign, this year called, "Candle In The Night." lt also initiates Educa- tion Week, and is directly responsible for bringing Treasure Van to our Campus. Sitting: Myrna Kostash, Sec. Treas., Donna Howden. Standing: Arnold Rand, J. Gordon Parr, Blain Thacker, Pres. PAKISTANI STUDENTS ASSOCIATION The Pakistan Students' Association serves to foster social and cultural relations with Canadian students. The Association con- tains a total membership of twenty people, and include such acivities as general meetings, speeches, films, and their Eid party. The Association is under the leadership of Mohammad Fasabat Ali Khan. Front Row: Shaukat Abbas, Pres., Talat Fahirn, Muinuddin. Buck Row: Mohammad Fazil, Sec., Sadapat Hasan Mir, A. Rashid Purkayastha, Fas Ali Khan. ahat wsiemt' FOREIGN STUDENTS 83 5-4 I , . . . i!,'f if :if 35' nternational Folk Festival with co-operation 3 Q U fs it +1 4 g 7 from other associations. Executive: Sastry Karra, Sec.g Purnima Mishra, Pres,g Evani Syamala, Treas. Artists with some of the Indian musical instruments. INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION The Indian Students' Association serves to foster social and cultural re- lations with Canadian students. Under president Purnima Mishra, the thirty members meet regularly to display handicraft articles as well as other in- formative material regarding Indian cul- ture. The Association celebrates Inde- pendence Day on August I5 and the Festival of Lights in November. They take part in an international Folk-Festi- val with co-operation from other as- sociations. As well as these activities the Association sent representatives for ex- tra-curricular participation in Canadian Clubs and meeting on campus. Celebration of the Independence Day, August I5 Z A Q . l . ' I Q9- 1 'i:..Q it i 63 'xl 4 fini .., - A .523 .' V .-I 'N 'gif lag . Q jx, xv tsl. vt -rl. f LIBERAL CLUB Membership in the Liberal Club is open to all students on the U. of A. campus. Under the able leadership of Ian Pit- field, this club held many interesting meetings, to promote the principles of the Liberal Party. It is coordinated with the young Liberal Club of Edmonton and sponsors many func- tions in conjunction with it. Last year the Liberal Club form- ed the Government in Model Parliament. This year, the Liberal Club sent delegates to the Provincial Convention in November and hopes to send delegates to the Federal Con- vention next year. Sltting: Lorne Yacuk, lan Pitfield, Pres. Standing: Phil Lister, Myrna Kostash, Sec. Treas., Myer Rabinovitz. NEW DEMCCRATIC PARTY The University of Alberta New Democratic Party this year carried on a wide variety of activities, both political and social, on campus. The main aims of the club, the promo- tion of political awareness, and the presentation ofthe case for a social democratic government in Canada, were re- flected in the club's program. The club sponsored such functions as prof panels, semi- nars, discussion groups, and, of course, on the lighter side of life, parties and other social events. Apart from these regular activities, New Democrats par- ticipated actively in Model Parliament, and also published a bi-monthly newspaper, "The Campus Democrat." The U. of A. club also sent delegates to the Provincial convention and the Federal convention. Sitting: Donna Lind, Treas., Robin Hunter, Pres. Standing: Kenneth Kerr, Vice Pres., Dianne Oberg, Sandra Notley, Marion Raychebu, SOCIAL CREDIT The University of Alberta Social Credit Association works to promote the principles and policies of Social Credit on campus, to establish closer relations between the student body and the provincial government, and strives to form the government in the U. of A. Model Parliament. These pur- poses are achieved by inviting Social Credit spokesmen to speak on campus, by distributing Social Credit literature and by making personal contacts with interested students. Membership in the U. of A. Social Credit Association is open to any full-time student of the University of Alberta. The Association is directly affiliated with the Political Science Club, on campus as well as the Alberta Social Credit League. ' Patricia Chaba, Sec, Treas., Preston Manning, Gordon Thompson, Ron Woolley, Pres. 85 9 fx RN Bill Sarnis, Vice Chairman, Darlene Easton, Sec., Pat Bentley, Chairman Wes Cragg, Council Pres. V1 Z5 X-'A N0 -x 'Nw Sitting: Bill Asplund, Pres., Kristine Aspluncl, Sec. Treas. Standing: Lorne Yacuk, Clayton Kobie, V.P., Stan Brown. CANADIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS In their National Conference, held during Oc- tober at the University of Alberta, NFCUS or the National Federation of University Students offi- cially changed its name to C.U.S. iCanadian University Studentsl. CUS is the national voice of the Canadian Student. With over 6,500 active members from thirty Universities, CUS aims for a greater de- gree of cooperation and correlation among Ca- nadian Universities. lt strives for internal re- lations with the Student Unions of all nations. This is exemplified through their huge foreign exchange program, enabling exchange students to benefit from a foreign university. CUS held their annual conference on our cam- pus this year, making it one of the first times the Congress has been out West. Members later moved to Banff to hold more conferences at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Under the leadership of David Jenkins, they initiated the new name and some new policies into the organization which they hope would lead to a greater de- gree of understanding between universities across Canada. DEBATING SOCIETY The Debating Society is a club sponsored by the Students' Union to encourage and train stu- dents in debating and public speaking at all levels. The 'society holds weekly interfaculty Hu- gill debates, during which they resolve issues of immediate public interest. Besides these weekly debates, members elect a debating team to par- ticipate in the lntervarsity McGoun Cup debates. The winning team is presented with the McGoun Cup to take back to their University. The Oxford Debate presented during Varsity Guest Weekend attracts many prospective law students, as well as many interested spectators. Besides these two maiondebates the club or- ganizes many smaller Oxford style as well as educational debates. Under president William Asplund, the De- bating Society is of particular interest to Law students but attracts many other interested stu- dents and has so far functioned very successfully. Last year the team from the University of Alberta participated in the McGoun Cup finals, and it is hoped they will do so again this year. '-1 ' "1 if 5 fi ' i Sl The percussion section awaits their Tuesday evenings will find the University Sym- phony Orchestra hard at work in Convocation Hall, or the Jubilee Auditorium. Sponsored by the Stu- dents' Union, the University Symphony Orchestra is the only active university symphony in Western Can- ada. It attempts to provide an opportunity for inter- ested musicians to gain orchestral experience by par- ticipation. The University Symphony also aims to raise the standard ot ensemble playing in the sym- phony orchestra as well as in chamber groups and to provide a source of symphonic music for the cam- pus. Besides weekly practices, the University Symphony holds several annual Sunday night concerts on cam- pus, plus certain main events throughout the Univer- sity season. On December 17, i963 the University Symphony Orchestra presented their Christmas Or- chestral concert with concerto performances by Bach- elor of Music students. February 14, and l5, 1964 they presented their Spring Concert in the Jubilee Auditorium, performing Beethoven's Symphony No. 8. Their able executive administers both ticket and record sales as well as providing advertising for their concerts. The members themselves participate in the occasional sedate party, but seem to enioy re- hearsals most of all, especially the hilarious ones. The University of Alberta is indeed proud to have such a talented organization on our campus. Members hard at work at one of their weekly conc ,A 4 .- .' .gg me .v., Y'.'L UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sitting: Don Cameron, Pres. Standing: Dixon Thompson, Harold Kane, Betty Smith, Sec Frank Dunn: 900. Cue SNS. 87 Conductor. Sopranos, First: Lynn Anderson, Sophie Andriaschuk, Valerie Breathet, Sandra Carruthers, Jeanette Czember, Irma Disterheft, Pat Downs, Bernice Ewasechko, Jan Gilbert, Jerrie Haidner, Lucy Hominuke, Marion Hyslop, Sharon Ingram, Ethel Johnson, Margot King, Belle Marcolin, Pat Marshall, Loretta Marteno, Trudy Martens, Susan McCrae, Danove Nightscales, Glenda Patterson, Dianne Schroter, Donna Scogland, Alison Seymour, Myrna Shemeluck, Elizabeth Walker, Norma Zwierochke. Second: Kay Basinger, lla Bentley, Merle Bentley, Lorraine Bisson, Barbara Chalmers, Lanalee Cleveland, Ruth Cowan, Betty Ewasechko, Maureen Gregg, Sandra'Lynne Janzen, Isabelle Jones, Marlio Kaul, Sharon Kennedy, Darlene King, Jackie Kramer, Shari Morris, Gerry O'Reilly, Martha Munz, Sharon Plumb, Valerie Pusnack, Elana Scraba, Mary Sheddy, Joan Simon, Paula Tolomen, Ann Walker, Leslie Windsor. Altos, First: Peggy Burch, Judy Cottrell, Sherry Duell, Claire Frazer, Elaine Hereford, Sonia Jacobson, Joy Johnston, Cheryl Jones, Jennifer Kilborn, Margaret Layton, Raymonde Limoges, Deanna McArthur, Lori McDougall, Jean Moore, Linda Mowat, Marlene Nepstad, Linda Nicholl, Heather Paul, Brenda Sakatch, Lois Samis, Sally Scott, Christine Smith, Dariel Sparling, Phyllis Woodford. Second: Cathy Armstrong, Muriel Beairsto, Sitting: Margo King, Elizabeth Walker, Sandra-Lynne Janzen. Standing: Jerry Manning, Rudy Peters, Dave Van Oene, Gordon Nicholson, John Morken. MIXED l963-64 marks the twentieth anniversary of the University of Alberta Mixed Chorus. The Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Professor R. S. Eaton, has grown from an initial membership of seventy to a present membership of one hundred and sixty. This membership takes in all faculties on campus, the members having one thing in common: they love to sing. I One of the largest organizations on campus, the Mixed Chorus rehearses each Wednesday evening and Saturday afternoon, all winter, in preparation for a series of three formal concerts held in Convoca- tion Hall in early February. These are followed by a winter tour to various centres throughout Alberta, plus an exchange series of concerts with the Univer- sity of Saskatchewans Greystone Singers. Chorus activities are suspended for two months prior to final exams, and immediately following finals, the chorus members again board buses for a 10-14 day spring tour of Alberta towns. include caroling in Connie Blackburn, Margwynne Clendenning, Lila Matiisen, Sandra Moseson, Jean Anne Robiohn field, Sharon Sharpe, Judith Sharples, Marianne Keith Redding, Leonard Rousseau, Donald Steele, Andrew Maclure, Richard McDowall, Russ Purdy Beirnes, Kent Cohoon, Harold Cuts, Gerald Dahl, Dicken, Linda Doeling, Claire Jacobson, Heather Johnstone, Rhonda Marshall, Eda Lorraine Rachinski, Colleen Richards, Ann Robson, Constance Roper, Christine Scof- Stanford, Linda Zwicker Tenors, First Ron Hallman, George Karvellas, Jake Kroeker, lan Walker, Ron Woolley Second David Giften, Terry Holt, Joe Izzio, Larry Johnson, Jock Sherman, Netl Spronk Bass, First .lacklin Andrews, Gerald Baycroft, Donald G. Wilson Durward, Alan Fielding, Franklyn Giffen, Stanley Gooch, Merril Knudtson, William Krynen, John Lewis, Gerry Manning, Thomas Mowart, Gordon Nicholson, Ross Norstrom, Gordon Oaks, Norman Prelypchan, Horst Seliger, David Smith, Gerald Taylor, Anthony Vander Voet, David Van Oerie, Gordon Woodman, Gary Woodruff, Second: Cliff Bengston, Harry Bridges, Don Cameron, Mac Campbell, David Estrin, Glenn Fletcher, Brian Kregosky, Alan McQuarrik, John Marken, Rudolf Peters, Kurt Redschlag, Duco Van Binsbergen, Gary White, CHORUS Other activities of the chorus the University Hospital and the Colonel Mewburn Veterans Hospital, radio broadcasts such as the CBC Parade of Choirs, and three or four annual parties. One of these is a summer reunion at Bantt, Lake Louise or Jasper. This year the Mixed Chorus pro- vided half time entertainment at the Golden Bowl Football Game. Touring costume consists of a navy blazer and grey skirt for women and a navy blazer and grey flannels for men. Formal concerts are a different matter, Chorus women don a full length formal, and the men wear black suits. Only a chorister can tell you about the after- chorus times in Tuck, the bus tours, the bustle and A billets of towns, and the friendships formed that make alumni say, "University was great, but I miss chorus most of all." Dr. Eaton gives able instruction to Mixed Chorus 89 First Row: John McEwen, Lester Procopczak, Ted Sugden, Jerry Awram, Helmut Nikolai, Don Graham, Bob Decker. At the piano, David Puzey. Second Row: David Leigh, Mervin Schafer, Denis Protti, Allan Cunningham, Mac McPhee, Garreth Crandall, Bill Hibbard. Third Row: Richard Knutson, Sean O'ConneIl, Richard Gaffney, Clayton Reynolds, Russell Reynolds, Charles Patching, Ron Horner, Ted Paszek, Bob Patrick, Fourth Row: Barrie Brennand, Dale Rusnell, Dale Enarson, Earl Misanchulc, Roy Erdos, Keith Nicholson, Ernie Shanahan, Harry Gaffney. Fifth Row: Jim Fenton, Len Lukey, Art Mac- Klin, Ted Cherett, Leo Goltz, Allan Jones, Mike Thain, John Schmidt, John Buski, Bud Paradis. 5 , MALE CHORUS Sitting: John McEwen, Pres., Bud Paradis, Sec. Treas. Standing: Keith Nicholson, Ron Horner, Jerry Awran, Russell Reynolds, Roy Erdos, Dave Leigh. Some ofthe finest male voices on campus are com- bined in the University Male Chorus. Under president John McEwen, the Male Chorus meets twice weekly 351555533 3 for rehearsals, Thus providing an ample opportunity fllje tor choral singing among the male students on ififrfll 11.7 Ei5g4ig,i,,5,5,,, campus. Besides rehearsals. the Chorus presents a series of concerts to the University Campus and par- ticipates in a provincial tour. Membership in the Chorus numbers forty, and is open to any male stu- dent on campus with singing ability. 'ir Members of the Chorus relax ot one of their informal get-togethers. JUBILAIRES Sitting: Jan Graham, V.P,, Suzanne Semeniuk, Sec., Glen Reid, Pres. Standing: Peter Opryshko, Treas., Dorothy Long, Marv Westwood. Back to Bossanova and Varsity Varieties are the chief contributions which the Jubilaires made to the campus this year. With approximately sixty members, the Jubilaires provides the cast for productions such as these, as well as the incentive for development of amateur talent. lt also provides entertainment for many cam- pus activities and is often hard at work behind the scenes in many other dramatical productions. The Jubilaires hold monthly meetings and rehear- sals when they are needed, especially for Varsity Varieties. They publish a Monthly Newsletter con- taining club decisions and information As well they have two final parties during the year, usually after Varsity Varieties and toward the end of the year. Varsity Varieties, which is presented in the Jubilee Auditorium, during Varsity Guest Weekend, is the highlight of all their efforts. The script, the cast, the scenery and the direction are all examples of their work. University students, interested spectators, and weekend guests combine to fill the auditorium for three nights. Upper Right: Trysouts are held for Varsity Varieties, Lower Right: Even practices are entertaining, fi rv ,XJR 'Q ,. ,f Y ' 1 i .. ,,.. Q. -'9-Q " -.1 ' -Ag - 3 1' - fa-1" 1 Y ' 14. V 1 IG: I ,. . Y... 2 o--- . ,,-,r-L,-i A , ,- : .......- ..- , ,.,---.4 -.- .l Sitting: Blair Amundsen, Pres.: Fred McDougall. Standing: Kim Crosby, V.P., Doug Renwick, Steve Hardy, Sec. Treas. Above: Amateur Radio Society hard at work in their old office. Right: Fixing the beam. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB The Amateur Radio Club is one of the most active smaller clubs on campus. Consisting of twenty-five members this club aims to promote interest and experimentation in radio. The club has regular schedules with provincial networks and other universities as well as amateur oper- ation classes, and conducts beginners' code classes. This year the club was able to purchase new equipment with the money they received from a Students' Union Grant. To the electrical engineer, this Society is extremely benevolent. lt sponsors technical paper competitions, industrial tours and offers subscriptions to society publications. The Amateur Radio Club operates in co-operation with Students' Union Radio Society, thereby gaining much valuable experience. 92 K i CND 91" IBA 'ffl Sitting: Jack Gorr, Treas., Arnold Rand, V.P., Jack Olson, Blaine Thacker, Sec., Harvey Anderson. Standing: George Linder, Blair Show, Gordon Church, Darrel Florence, Cliff Wulff, Bob Nieme, George Jones, Tom Towers. Do-si-do your partner at Ag Christmas party, Bar None invades the campus, AGRICULTURAL CLUB The Agriculture Club, consisting of one-hundred and forty-eight rnernbers, is an organization of students enrolled in the faculty or having an interest in agriculture. They airn to provide a common bond, bringing students together at social functions, and encouraging good student- faculty relations. Several social evenings are held throughout the year, including a smorgasbord and public speaking competition on October 30. Hillcrest Country Club was the scene of a joint Agriculture Household Economics party. The club's graduation banquet and dance was held for the first time in the Sportex Building. A week of square dancing, flapiacks and chuckwagons precede the big Bar None Dance sponsored by the Agriculture Club every March. This is the grand finale of the campus social season. Delegates from Alberta were sent to the international Agricultural Students' Conference in Winnipeg in October, and representatives frorn the University of Saskatchewan were hosted at a sports week-end in February. 'fs te " Seated: Linda Gooder, Mike Eurchuk, Pres., Marna Moen, Sec. Standing: Denny Odonnell, Fred Sounders, Chuck Moser, Brad Kilb, Treas.g Darwin Semotiuk, V.P. PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENT SOCIETY Approximately one hundred and twenty Physical Education Students comprise the P.E.S.S., which aims to provide social and athletic activities for members, and to further student interest in C.A.P.l-l.E.R., their national organization. The club, which is ta- culty sponsored, holds regular gen- eral monthly meetings. Their activities include frosh cof- fee parties, a faculty Christmas party in December, and their annual for- mal. In addition, the P.E.S.S. offers a vast intramural program to every student as well as its own members. This program includes the Cross Country Race, and the inter-faculty, inter-fraternity ice competition. EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETY The E.U.S. is an organized club for members of the Education Faculty. It seeks to unify and promote the intellectual, social and athletic interests of Education Students. The E.U.S. takes part in many cam- pus activities as a whole as well as offering many activities to the cam- pus members. The Western Canadian Student Teachers' Conference is held in Ed- monton by the E.U.S., and is one of its first big activities. In December, the E.U.S. holds its Mixed Curling Bonspiel, lasting for one complete weekend in the University lce Arena. The E.U.S. Winter Carnival held in February during Varsity Guest Week- end is its major activity. lce statue carving and an E.U.S. queen high- light the weekend-long endeavor. 'i QD . we . W .315 .file lr ' Seated: Belle Morcolin, V.P., Gene Lupul, Pres. Standing: Joy Johnston, Sec., Brion O'Neil, Treas. 94 DENTAL HYGIENE UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETY The Dentol Hygiene Undergrad- uote Society oims to promote fellow- ship ond understanding omong its titty members, ond with the Foculty of Dentistry. They porticipote in the Bicuspid Bounce porode, Golden Bowl Football porode, ond hold their Thespion Masterpiece ot Christ- mos. During the yecir the freshmen host the seniors ot ci get-together. Sitting: Dione l-loiles, V,P.g Morilyn Powluuk, Pres. Standing: Donno Webber, Sec Treosg Audrey Dosh P"e'fY P'0""'0'eV51 first Yeo' Dentol Clinic 8100 A.M. Floot for Bicuspid Bounce Dental Hygienists, advertising Bicuspid Bounce. 95 -'M I-I' 'S . 1 , . i e g ill an .F ' 4 ,l " " 'ml' 5 inure ' "' "D :H mu 1 ' - y "'lI inf ' . 0 l A ": V 1 , -fr! , pr 'Q,,. Q, " ' 7' ' ' '-,cf-H if . . -..'. N ' ' ' I.. ' ' - ' :"'..,'.,H x "-ew r X 0 4 ...' f ks, it 5:- v "-Lai! 4 i +- I v., .N Three happy wonderers lead the parade and promote the Bicuspid Bounce. From "8" till Fro m "5" till "8" 2 96 Sitting: Som Hoshizoki, V,P.7 Gilbert Utos, Pres. Standing: Terry Thompson, Sec, Treas., Gordon Thomp- son, Dick Sandilands, Bob Akune. DENTAL UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETY The D.U.S. is o faculty sponsored club, tor students in Dentistry. It provides a liaison with faculty, and promotes sociol and other octivities. The D.U.S. has a very active film club, porticipotes in intromurol sports, and exhibits displays during Vorsity Guest Weekend. The annual Bicuspid Bounce is the chief fund raising activity for the society. The dance is preceded by a gigantic parade ot floats and cars. The dance this year was held in the new Education Gym with a local band supplying the musical enter- tainment. Sitting: Norm Giles, V.P., Rich- ard Price, Pres. Standing: Arnold Nadeau, Sec., Gord Noland, Robert McDonald, V Treas. COMMERCE CLUB The Commerce Undergraduate Society has been ex- tremely active this year, taking part in many activities. The aim of the club, to co-ordinate and promote social, cultural, academic, and athletic activities within the faculty, has been achieved by the presentation of an annual formal, a stag for men and women, guest speak- ers, and an exchange visit with the University of Sas- katchewan. ln addition, in November, the Commerce Society sponsored a queen candidate in the Golden Bowl Contest, and in December held a Business Day off Cam- pus. -1- gr' -rs H - .. 1 , ..- A ff ,i e f' lg' 'lu I .. LAW CLUB The Law Club is strictly an informal organization with- out constitution, consisting of T50 members. lt functions to provide Law Students with social, cultural, and ath- letic facilities. The Law students hold both a formal and informal dance, a banquet, and a smoker. Mem- bers participate in intramural sports and after host guest speakers. The Lavv Club also publishes the "Alberta Law Review". l l Standing: Tony A. Konie, Fred Laux, Ron Karoles. - Sitting: Francis Saville, Ingrid Torl-cel, Larry Olsen. MACLEOD CLUB Sitting: Dorothy Stevens, Sally 5 P Fwiawara, Lindsay Maxwell, ' Donna Paterson, Mari Dick, ll ,I Anne Gardiner. Standing: Dia ne Holloway, f .- Margie Aye, Elaine Hendrikson, , N 3 ,N V ' .gy ' I, 515, K.: " L, .W 1 'sv Lorilee Woodward, Mary Lou 'gm' ' TN, ha ' Wells, Judy Prowse, Miss Mac- ' 1 T ' 7 N V V ' Q Donald, Joan Fowler, Ann T wx' Hirsch, Peggy Petrie, Clara Co- - - well, Jean Grant, Rene Mc- I 'N E""Y' an 1 I . ENGINEERING STUDENTS SOCIETY Composed of over 900 Engi- neers, the E.S.S. is a very active society, which serves to unite and further the social, athletic, intellectual, and professional in- terests ot Engineering students. The society holds a smoker, and produces a handbook and a special Gateway edition tor its members. Also, the'E.S.S. active- ly supports all campus drives, competitions, and displays. The Engineers annually co-operate with the Nurses to present the Nurses-Engineers Dance. Also a- long the social line is the major activity ot the E.S.S. - the ta- mous week-long Queen Cam- p a i g n. Various departments sponsor a queen candidate and campaign vigorously for her throughout the week, which is climaxed with the Engineers' Ball and the crowning of the Engineers' Queen. Macleod Club is the organization ot all the student nurses at the University of Alberta. lt works to promote nursing education and interests, to provide com- munication with nursing administration and to further participation in province wide student nurse activities. Each year, in May, the student nurses ot Alberta hold a provincial convention. This year the convention is being held in Banff. During the summer the nurses have dances for the campus, The summer is highlighted by an exchange visit with the University of Saskatchewan student nurses. The nurses sponsor the Joe College Dance, and end the winter's activities with a graduation banquet and dance. 55,3 The Engineers took a field trip to Banff. Although the picture shows them at work we doubt that it lasted the whole trip. 98 IPS Donna Robinson, Sec. Treas., Claire Jacobson, Bonnie Rothwell, Pres., .Jan Nicholas, V.P. XJ Sitting: Diane Webster, Linda Macaulay, V.P,, Carolann Rees, Pres. Standing: Carrie Hornby, Linda Stepenoff, Sec. Treas. 99 img MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE CLUB The Medical Laboratory Sci- ence Club consists of approxi- mately fifty members of the fa- culty who work toward greater unity of its members, socially, academically and athletically. The MLS. Club holds monthly meetings and their activities in- clude coffee parties, displays, and support of all campus acti- vities. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS CLUB The eighty members corporat- ed into the Household Economics Club, under the presidency of Carol Anne Rees, were a very successful organization this year. They opened the season with a fashion show presented in the Wauneita Lounge. Throughout the year the House Ec. Club has had many important activities including a frosh party, staff party, competitions and intramu- ral sports. During Varsity Guest Week- end, the House Ec. Club expend- ed a great deal of effort in sew- ing and cooking displays. The annual Agriculture and House Ec. exchange in November proved to be very successful, and the high- lighting activity. MEDICAL UNDER- GRADUATE SOCIETY During the 1963-64 year M.U.S. sponsored dances, dinners, smokers, statt meetings, guest speakers, and interfaculty sports. Besides these ac- tivities M.U.S. produces the very con- troversial Med Show, sponsors the campus Blood Drive, and publishes its own paper called "The Bulletin". The first year Meds as tradition dic- tates, aided the U. ot A. Blood Drive by contributing their physical prow- ess re: the moving oi beds, bottles and equipment etc. Sitting: Al Maberley, Pres, .Mr s -ff ' Standing: Sue Miller, V.P., Joe Clarke, Treas,, Marilyn Reist, Sec. 'K ,4 Edie Stavhart, Merle McPhee, Bev Kellett, Susan McPherson, Pres., Helen Wudel. PHYSICAL 8. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETY The Physio Club attempts to inte- grate the School ot Physical and Oc- cupational Therapy with the entire student body. The club consists of titty members who take part in their annual Fros h Coffee Party and Christmas party. The annual formal highlights the year for its members. too ' PHARMACY UNDERGRADUATE CLUB .rx The Pharmacy Club offered sever- al major events this year which proved to be very successful. During the year the club presented a men's stag, a women's coffee party, a Christmas Party and a Faculty For- mal. Through these events the club seeks to unite and promote the gen- eral welfare of pharmacy students. With a total membership numbering one hundred and fifty members, the club strongly supports campus acti- vities. The main activity for the Phar- macy Undergraduate Club was the sponsorship of the "Bromo Ball". This year the dance was presented with the Golden Bowl Football Game in November, proving to be very suc- cessful. ln addition to this main ac- tivity the club is active in V.G.W.'s ice statue competition, as well as the "Sports Weekend" exchange with the U. of S Sport on a "Sports Weekend" trip to University of Saskatchewan . P S I A 3' ci' J .a I iy' Sitting: Mike Gammon, Brian Draper, V P, Bev Broughton, Treos., Bonnie Strader, Sec, Bob Barth, Pres., John Shillabeer. Standing: Richard Zodko, Bob Caron, Myrna Whitson, Lois't-louglund, Sharon Hepburn, Carol Lyster, Don Lyster, Ray Morusyk, Ron Turner. , tot Seated: Jane Rothwell, Pres. Standing: Georgene Perry, Bill Barton, Anne Geddes- Sitting: Judi Kales, Karen Blackert. Standing: Paul Scott, lan McDonald, Bob Pounder. z l02 ART CLUB The Art Club is supported by members of the Fine Arts staff at the University, and contains approximately 20 members. Their weekly meetings include speakers, films, instruction, dis- cussions, excursions and exhi- bits. Members in the Art Club need no experience, merely a desire to create an artistic at- mosphere on campus through practical work and appreciation. CLASSICS CLUB The U. of A. Classics Club at- tempts to provide a meeting ground for those interested in the Classics, and to stimulate interest in the classics field. Un- der the presidency of Bob Poun- der, the club enioys guest speak- ers, slides, and informal discus- sions. MEN'S ECONOMICS CLUB The Men's Economics Club, under the pre- sidency ot lan Pittield, was established to encourage interest in economic problems and to provide information on economic matters. The Economic Club consists of eighteen mem- bers, and holds regular monthly meetings at the home ot a staff member. Papers are pre- sented and discussed. RUSSIAN CIRCLE The Russian Club, organized in co-operation with the Modern Languages Department, works to instill in the students an ap preciation of the Russian language. Through regular meetings the members are given an opportunity to learn more of the Russian culture, and to converse in Russian. Sitting: Kathy Moon. Standing: George Flynn, Glen MATHEMATICS 8g PHYSICS CLUB The Mathematics and Physics Club, under president Gordon Sande, and assisted by faculty representatives, offers the students a chance to become acquainted with the ta- culty members, as well as to learn about current research at the University. Its activi- ties include regular monthly meetings, plus an annual banquet and social evening. Sitting: Gordon Sande, Pres., Dr. Douglas Willett Standing: Peter Csontos, V.P,, Dr. Frank Weichman BLUESTOCKING CLUB The Bluestocking Club is an organization of 25 to 30 women from all faculties and specializations on campus. The club was started about l75O in Eng- land for women who had intellectual interests out- side the home, and was founded at the University of Alberta in 1925. Meetings consist of a formal presentation on an informative paper. This is followed by a group dis- cussion. The Club's activities include monthly meet- ings plus an annual banquet. Membership is by in- vitation and is restricted to coeds. Sitting: Lula Dicken, Pres., Rondo Wood, V.P. Standing: Okcana Chomiak, Sec, Treas. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francais lFrench Clubl is organized to give its members the opportunity of speaking and hearing French. Besides their regular meetings, films are presented throughout the year to the members. The French Club also helps in the production of a play, in cosoperation with the French Department. Membership in the French Club numbers fifty, and is under the presidency of John Greene. Sharon Bahry, John Greene, Pres., Glenda McDonald, V.P Missing: Jo-Anne Morrrsson, Sec. Treas. HISTORY CLUB The History Club meets Saturday evenings in the home ofa faculty member or a former faculty mem- ber. The club hears and discusses papers written and presented by its members on topics of current, his- torical, economic, political or social interest. Mem- bership is by invitation only, and is restricted to men students. ' Bob Pounder, John Cove, Pres., Charles Cowan THEOLOGY CLUB The Theology Club enables Theologs and those interested in Theology to share in the benefits of Christian fellow- ship and worship. This club, working with several denominational clubs, spon- sors chapel service each morning in St. Stephens Chapel, a retreat at Pigeon Lake, and Christian leadership rallies throughout the province. The Theology Club also publishes "Collar-Caller," Sitting: Kenneth Hutchinson, Bob Miller, Pres Standing: Horstdieter Seliger, Bob Thompson, Sec. Missing: Harold Coward, Les Smith, Bill Miller. UNITED CHURCH GIRLS' FELLOWSHIP CLUB The United Church Girls' Fellowship provides Christian fellowship for United Church girls on our campus. Meetings usually take the form of a monthly sup- per gathering held in the lounge of St. Stephens College. Included in these meetings are singsongs, programs ot special interest, and closing vesper ser- vices. Programs consisted of discussions, talks by the Chaplain, speakers and films. Sitting: Marg Thompson, Pres., Cheryl Jones, V.P, Standing: Sharon Sharpe, Susan Webb, Sec. Treas., Diana Towle. ILARION CLUB Under president Ken Rusnak, the fifty members in the llarion Club hold regular monthly meetings, and social activities in co-operation with St. Johns Institute. The club which is designed to further the religious, cultural, educational, and social life of students in the Orthodox faith, also issues the llarion Parade as its monthly publication. Sitting: Ken Rusnak, Pres., Father S. P, Syrnchych, Dennis Melnylc, v.P. ' Standing: Pat Pelech, Sec. Treas., Myrna Tkachuk, Helena Prytuluk, ASSOCIATION OF MENONITE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS The Association ot Mennonite Uni- versity students aims to increase the general understanding of Menno- nite student problems, and to pro- mote spiritual weltare. Activities of the Association include study groups, special lectures, speaking, writing, debating, music and social activities. Richard Penner, V.P,, Alice Deckert, Secg Herb Janzen, Pres. Xi T7 LUTHERAN STUDENTS' MOVEMENT The Lutheran Student Movement in Canada is an independent organi' zation ot Canadian Christian Stu- dents who hold to the Lutheran faith and teachings. The l..S.M.C. seeks to have the student realize the rele- vance ot the Gospel on campus and to help the student deepen his Chris- tian taith. lt also gives many an op- portunity to bear witness to the Christian taith, and encourages tel- lowship with all Christians. Sitting: Marlene Nepstad, V.P., Ruth Stolee, Sec. Standing: Rolf Nostervd, Treas., Carl Sorensen, Pres. 5137 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Christian Science Informal Group holds weekly religious meet- ings open to students and faculty. Its activities are designed to enhance spiritual progress through the appli- cation ot spiritual truths in daily uni- versity lite. The club is comprised of approximately ten members under the presidency ot Kathleen Nichols. Bob Windsor, Pres., Nicholas Wickenden, Sec. Treas.g John Bergmann ifc- IC17 - I i ' i CANTERBURY CLUB Canterbury, no longer "a club", has been functioning as a parish consisting of the lO22 Anglican students on campus. Regular Sunday services, Communion at nine A.M. and evensong at seven P.M. are taken by Chaplain Brian Heeney. Through Sunday evening forums, Canter- bury had interesting speakers on such topics as "Honest to God", missions in Africa, Nuclear Arms, and Christ in Art. Liaisons have been maintained with S.C.M., V.C.F., and other denominational groups on campus, in order To promote a greater understanding between these worthy organizations. Two student and two staff delegates attended the notional conference in Bala, Ontario in September, and 25 students from Edmonton went to Saskae toon in October for the Annual Western Conference Edmonton will host the conference in October of 1964. e inside of St, Georges Anglican Church, 26 27 In 5OSkGYOOFt. Members partake of Communion breakfast. L 5 ' " ' - "" 1455 53' " , , .A ' ' - w'::?f'f3, '-,,.5Cg,g. , V V -' , K , 'M l A "inf :iffy i 1 V My ,Ugg i 5 QQI JZ .C ,-nv-I K A I 107 gd NEWMAN CLUB lt is the purpose ot the Newman Club to promote a social, intellec- tual, and spiritual atmosphere con- ducive to the "true enlargement ot mind" advocated by its patron, John Henry Cardinal Newman. To this end, the Newman Club co- ordinates a variety of activities em- ploying the ideas, enthusiasm, and participation ot its members. ln addition to the regular Satur- day bowling and the bi-monthly meetings, special proiects such as the Halloween Masquerade, the Christmas Party, and the spring Mardi-Gras encourage a greater social awareness among the New- man Club members. As a compliment to the more academic pursuits, the Newman Club has organized a program of lectures and discussion groups. A- long with this year's educational theme, "An Anatomy of Social Con- science", club members are engag- ed in a close study ot Newman's classic work in Liberal educational philosophy "The Idea of a Univer- sity." The spiritual lite ot Newman Club members is fortified with Daily Mass at St. Joseph's College Chapel, the services of a full time chaplain, and organized closed re- treats at St. Albert. The Newman Club is also active in supporting the more general university proiects such as the UCF Blitz Day and the lnter-Faculty Drama Festival. The Club's activities are centered at the Newman Center in St, Jo- seph's College. Communion breakfast at St. Joseph's College. Prize winning costumes at the Hallowe'en party. More fun at the Halloween masquerade. ,wx I. ,gk ,. v- . 'r' 0,0 I B vzs gh 1-w ..,, 1 Par McCoy, Pres., Karen Doyle, Sec., Annette Perra, Mike Rudakewich, Treas., Elizabeth Watson. - - - in il 108 0 fs I O 9 ,Q- Sitiing: Betty Lou Slepanki, Sec., Rev. J. Skwarok, OS. B.M. Chaplin, Peter OprySl'1l1O. Pres. Standing: Methodius Koziak, V,P,, lhor Bayduza, Treas. Q "W I S: .ami I iw V x vs Q19 W N K 4' ' 'fi says- aw ,Ss f if N. I :QQ X 1- -or 'N if i -'Q ,.4 109 ST. BASIL'S OBNOVA The purpose at Obnova is to promote spiritual, cultur- al, and social activities on an intellectual level among the Ukrainian Catholic stu- dents. This is done by vari- ous means. meetings, panel discussions, fellowships, stu- dy groups, and Communion breakfasts. Obnova's large semi-formal banquet and dance every year highlights the University season tor the club. Choir at practice with Larry Pshyk in command. Communion breakfast. Mickey, the mascot, advises the sports committee. JM Supper is enjoyed by all at S.C,M. house During the summer months students met to -if s . 57 "P Sd enioy an occasional sing-song. STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT The S.C.M. is dedicated to the proposition that dia- logue and debate, discussion and often controversy, can assist the seeker of a faith to determine and to crystallize his ideas. It is interested in promoting a mean- ingful dialogue between the committed and the con- cerned. S.C.M. has no card-carrying membership. lt is directed by a student cabinet which attempts to guide the in- terest and the concerns of the student body, and to translate that concern into significant action. The program centers around panels, "prof-talks", camps, seminars, conferences, and informal discussion, all designed to encourage thought and to promote under- standing. At Pigeon Lake Youth Camp students participate in small discussion groups. All is not pleasure at any camp. l lO i D H V.C.F, boasts its picturesque Pioneer Ranch camp which is located on Crimson Lake in the Rocky Mountains. VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The purpose of V.C.F, is to help Christians or non- i Christians investigate together, the implications of the Christian Faith tor today, and to act accordingly. Fi ,. The V.C.F., which consists of about 90 members J nf ' at offers such activities as small group bible studies, ' I , 4 seminars, and prayer meetings, to its people. On . ' ' " campus they hold Dogwood suppers, host guest speakers and sponsor a leadership smorgasbord. Off campus, the V.C.F. participates in Banff Inter- national Christmas and Campus in the Foothills at the Pioneer Ranch, in Alberta. University of Alberta Smorgasbord for student leaders sponsored by V.C.F. Sitting: Dave Blacklock, Treas.5 Marg Long, Staff Member. ff" '7 22" Standing: Lanalee Cleveland, Sec., Gordon Burch, Pres., D Marilyn Reist, V.P. III LATTER DAY SAINTS CLUB The L,D.S. Club provides spir- itual and social balance for the academic activities of the L.D.S. students while at U. of A. The Club's social, athletic and spirit- ual activities provide this bal- ance for all members. Socially they participate in Freshman Week, Christmas Parties, Varsity Guest Weekend, Sweetheart Ball, and Color Night. The club offers men's and women's intramurals as well as the annual ping-pong tournament. Monthly firesides, are enjoyed by everyone. ll , .T I.. , -A .rd 3? . I-22. E- " 5 3 . K... Sitting: Garry Woodruff, Nina Hughes, V.P., Kent Cahoon, Woolley. Pres.: Grace Mendenhall, Ron Standing: Clare Judy, Chester Meek, Karma Hirsche, Brian White. I 5 4 if . X Sr ,. 4 . qw N 7 , I 'S X.. any A Xi 4' KX X , 4 S . N . Folies Bergere - Con-Can? Dead-eye cowboy vs. Ieary dude. There seems to be only one en- 112 thusicstic member in the group. What about the rest of you? PUBLICATIUNS oln D G AN EN EVERGRE KSITY 0 'X 45 Sf' .s-,L 2 - . 1,:,v1114m 11w,1111111 7' D S' fs . ,QM Qui wp A DIRECT 01919 MUSINGS 756 cL1f'n1nof1on of fhousonds of sfudenf hours of work 115' whof you see before you, the Evergreen ond Gold 1964 eohhon. lf nwghr be S016 fhof fhe sfudenfs on 0 un1'vers17y colhpus 11've 6 life oporf bony fhe resf of fhe world x 1'f fh1s 115' fhe cose, fhen 76119 ILS' fhe1r cunpufoffve b1ogro,ohv 7h1s book M1171 fe!! o sfory perhaps nyony sforfes, of fhe sfudenfs on fhe cofhpus x 11' 119 fhe sfory of sfudenfs, sporfsnyen, ,oloyboys X 17 rells of ocf1'v171es, sporfs, scho1orsh1Qo, FSSIUSDCSS X rn shorlj 17 feffs obouf fhe Un1'vers17y of Afberfo, We hove endeavoured fo ,oresenf fo you fhe un1'vers17y 118 funchons, ond fhe congfonverofe 'boss of nyen ond women who ore 17s lbfeblooof ln fh1s book rhrough o SSFIES of odoG71ons ond 1nv,oroven1e-nfs, you con see c1 k1hd of universe! rhoughrj- son7efh1hg fhof o un1'vers17y OCQUl1'S 19007 115 sfudenfs. lf ILS' fhof rofher nebufous concepf of un17y 117 S,Ol1'11 To nvy sfofff "Thank you" ILS nor enough 'x 'Bless you" 11S befreg for you ore fhe ones who deserve fhe creOO'f for our success. For fhose of you who refurn, good fuck Wl1'f7 F ci as lf sofnehnve 117 fhe fufure, someone ,o1cks up 0 1964 Evergr Cofd ond foughs, fhen our work hos been successful 1 ho,oe fh1s yearbook 141111 heho you renyefrpbe os 17 Pvos 1h 1963-64 een ond 7'o fhe sfudenfs, r fhe Un1'vers1b'y of Afberfo 227 STAFF Bob Game was responsibie for assembling the students' section, with a staff that varied from h. imself to twenty people Leita Bradley, Assistant Editor of the Students' Sec., lseatedl, working with Donna Harmar, Phyl- lis Ellcome, and Jan Zach- erl. Dave Singer edited th 6 uc of e success of the book is du t h efxfw Q E Val Kwasnie, assist- ed by Barb Staples and Carol Small- wood, designed and assembled the fra- ternity seciion. 5,091 NW' QCWO' Marny King' iSeatedi and Dale Matheson com- piled th P bl' e u :cations and Scholarship sections. HOU - iofmo d in H . feS on . il 0 ' goiieded pijxihen Compixed Un . gn - Now U09 e r. Lo"o::e Residenf-9 Se iof 1 N , ,S I f-f'f" Mona Bryan iseotedi was in charge of editin th O g e rganizations section and was ass' t d use by Dorothy Tovell, Pat Roper and Joanne Peirce. Dave Shugarman and a stoff of six others assembled the massive and complex Sports section. 'Ei 2-I Qeorqe ueber SILK screen prnross dormnstralsmn uednesd 'mo art 426 SLI. IJ LCOHB - beginning in l956 signboard has attempted to fill the need for a poster making committee on campus. presently it is trying to improve individuality and quality signboard these posters are an example at the work being done for various campus clubs. they show what can be done with the silkscreen method. signboard also does designs for mimeo, banners and tuck mirrors. all work is done in room 309 s.u.b. . of Oo armed services bldg DEGFI-+12 11111 -O:6P11 director: jane rothwell business manager: iill bennett the makers: bill barton bob barton gary frost eva galmici bob game muriel herbig liz kostash jane rothwell bill salter joyce yamamoto STUDENT HANIJBUUK -f..-rm ' . ,J ' 5- ff-th ff IE' 5 ig, -H ' 3"'I"fQ'?-3:'f, SEM- , xr' ,ll ' WM, 5 'N' .Six w,...f,,,, 1 -MX fffffi XI H ' ,h vi. . A ':-s,::?g- 6 ,Q.1,ix."ll-.M W inf ' NZM .NNW ,E G i I U I ' 1 0 ,,,,--fffQ' A 1 Z git- 5 zf. ,.. ..,, Il-Ai llzl IIEE, us 1- nv ns I l'l I' I I 1 .ff . fl 'Af , I fy A Iliff Q ,.w. .,,-,A S N . M .AL 2,', x, N . 54 . ..-+.,- vo. ni. mm. -ru x xx '-Pg? : I yu - X,-. , Nr , f - 555 lx 'fig K :3 gf-A! AQ X 5 2 2.1-M l' 3 N . w P o - . ,v if The handbook ns designed to Inform the frosh and to remmd The under- graduates of !he regulations and extra-curncular acrnvnties on campus, STUDENT UNION Assus Dnrecfor Directory 1963 64 E X X X U OF A RADIO EXECUTIVE Standing: Jim Johnston, Cal MacPherson lPresi- dentl, Francis Bowkett, Andy Brook, Curtis Ener- son, Ron Johnston, Les McLeod. Sitting: Marcia Podealuk, Donna Duchok, Lynn Lamont. Barry Spence hard at work in the control room during a typi- cal radio broadcast. A-n-n-n-d 6 next And for the future? Much of the work of U of A Radio is done with and for other stations. 'On Campus' and 'From the Performing Acts' are produced and aired with CKUA, and the latter is heard on many stations across Canada. Promotional tapes for VGW go from U of A Radio to every station in Alberta, and on V-Day, we practically take over CFRN-Radio for a special VGW day. The WUS Treasure Van also received special promotion, Under construction. U of A Radio began in 1941, and in 1963-64 embraces seventy-five members, who operate an almost complete student radio service. This year saw the continuation of an extended expansion program, leading eventually to preparation for broadcasting by transmitter. On the closed-circuit speakers, reaching to various campus student centres, U of A Radio broadcasts fifteen hours a day. Besides further hours, this year saw four newscasts a day, programs from every western univer- sity, and various special features. A complete second control room greatly expanded our facilities, and as- sisted the promotion of campus events. Our news de- partment sent releases thrice-weekly to each major radio station in Edmonton. 1963-64 saw the commencement of Sound Service, a public address rental service, and it provided a most tangible contribution to the student body. U of A Radio is a member of the Western Association of University Broadcasters and is affiliated with WAB and CAB. We have been one of the initiators in reiuven- ating the CUS -- affiliated CAUB. And for the future? Radio Society looks to new studios in the new SUB, and eventually to going 'on the air'. K v N 4 QW SE X e xc. E-Q if X X N V 51 K X , fl X Q .5 sf, W ' X ' ,ig if af.. V U5 f aww? Qix 5 cHF""'e r ' pplsnv I 1 gli? HWZ? 0' W fn Q1 10 was 9,9 in Goa nies Ez' ' Y . -SN 1 5 Z ST of" Vx . V W' x, 5 JISSEL cn, 'I 2 v esxgnahr Xhtmne ,Z- JON WH Yr s WEND Y C4 Vw 00 S D NOV XCR an NNY 55" . A 'fxcmk -rSb"':o'S an , iam-N M X , 4 ,,., rwbin af qv, vw .Nd , L, an Nod Pad' O4fQy9NQ '91 'ofzwon rested' 6o'w'f'46""5's"",,-1,"' 4,0 -Ns oo xl, 46 62,0 so 'Viv 7' "ff 090' leo Q 'Y Jervis,41Awkere ard f police an c arge wx" ,gs M a disturbance an? 98600 iQd"0 wiv 69499 at a council me Goya, WYQGWIIGQ Rupp, 31-year-o, ywvxv, 41.-9'5' the yxxilneographim N0 '19 s also arrested 2. William 'Sf , Q ere, 65,0 -Q., O' oo, C' .Lv '78 ' 4 I' UP F0 :'HumaIls F PDLICE Pho. 0 lice sem- fm It took a po 4 ' '- nw mu.. ?-Ex W mis V eer le ' Klllllllllllll llllilllllllh, X acmv W - lv 4 2 Q 2 ,mee oecume , S ufnpus --Jsngatlons L.. Adriana Alb, 'Mm Bowker. tions on cw Q ' -A not attempts were Q and eiiect of '-0 meeting wit! QQ ls on campu meetinshasr fix 'gl at a pane! d -1iniSWrw .5 , ning. X are not c 7, was preset . f af ussrfzf 2 No! DAVID ESTRIN, GARY KIERNAN ga k u QM BEV BAYER, ZACHARY PEABOTTOMFIC 'O Comeroj, .mms KOSTASH. D 9' 4 .,, .6 29103651 , . 1. 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We ' na Thlon: Utes. e course 0 P. . and brim: fu: - Ref' Badcated fu my 0 'P'-E T are .led on 3 rx RP -.ents i 501116 of the 4 third plmo Utel men yo - . . nclude - sho , Y prepo t pi- -ohcm Gagg- 1 'Flo Gassmans ez-Ous cha VA .a Navonang gmds in the rand, sfymg an Mastr . fwollldfft :S Santa C1 In Omg' d S Wg: Uflg- Th, ' befteroitxantinu have bee!! so Prisonersueus' for the Childi-:Aged s Al TER- coufrr 'ntained acco epast?-and his Q0 extort ,Qan elqborate sche of Uni. . awed: B -'ON .0mbo, he, heve if or nfgxyazrmolving 0,126 rms sdmo 'll ,VINSH ' 5lll he Perf! rw A .. e e h ' Ep he 4 , ujdi' Hmond brgceigf re- xv G50 BUS: DRIANA R Mono egixdgom Wie Var' 8 Phor- a 0 R65 Y ' As-'o 4 Alai' 0 9- ' Pos at I a noodle. Ackul C1015 E' lf- WHS tg erg fo? o 'n ,C MOC- the the fo' are .wig 9 'aus A 4 L . L- Purely - Q, 3 guru? Jec, 13 ma X A vocation Hall yvw g Q 4 n00n Q ? 0xXce' A - 2 P , E ,R X in . For your Christmas f-lfiiif 'lf-Jig Holidays . 4 . . .. W - E L LARRY K 2: E' Calgary or - . ' .RYWANIUK E Q 3 " 1- G teway h Mm Univexsify Yfem - Memm' 0' me - Branlly Schepanovlch D- ter Buse , - .Chief ' ' I . , .,... .. le . Edlt0f'ln . Asgoclate Ed1f0l' Bev Glen I . .. ... ,4,........ - Bill Winsm Fine Am wwf .,,.,,A. in .,.A4A Jon Whyte G Managing Fqxtpr ,,w... .... John Jay Barr Cutu-nes Editor .. ..,. lendenning Lois LANE: LAWRENCE SAMUELp GERRY oHLsEN, JOHN Newg Edxwr .4....E.,. .. Barry R051 proofreading ...,,,,,., fmlst BARR, News Editor. : 'wr ......,, ..,.,,.....,.,..,... 1 e I . i U ,,,,,u., , .....,........ Susan Gathercgaix Stenton. Hemz Monet, KTUP edxmr Adriana Mm. 32212 Side Office- Eme SiSfe: 3 P n 'wt-S ,4,,..... ..-4--- - - I Jensen, ' - Photo E51 David Willis- Pau is St. GE 3 73 . - - o f Ann Meech' Robin Hunter el Patricia Hugyenimgisxrrblaagjgheimre. CONTACT LE 5 magowiwr- -'em' make' m summer- La"'enceCf,?wfno'f1df David Estffmlydhael MMI' 3525. ' P ISSUE-Don Sellar. Euan Bragg, Werzdybarson' Don Riagg? Veneta AUEW-geg? Anne 5 s1'AFF Tcgfmm nous MdffQ.','.g xrywHffuk3u!c'?,mLexand. 2a'b?fI,,s Kosmn. PatAg6a0,,2 carnpbfig- Okcana ijga Buse' e Yackul cv bski Aman Shu e' Gary Kiefnan' ith Don We v f Beverly Bggge pen-ier. Segfg Ellen Jastre - n Lee Hoxiven bin Hedley-Sm ' Pat Quinn. Dmgngn, - ood JohD50 ' uns- R0 vid Laundy' , Jim ghgrles C0P"'iB:d,:,'gAEaBob P00333 ggowall. Bawegxgivggbm Hunzerlzlgtgori. Normcjltlsajfsnngvery. 5 ' ear, oeddf'-5'o'.f1'fer. J. macigegga ISM Ga1pelQgQ,1',','ee5naron ILgL'K6,'j,Q1'if,'fLes11e Brown- CLUV' y'gf'Adef0'0- VQL.,-yu Blake- Da'1fMc:'na1s. Tom T"3'f,f5,?.ura. . of Amerie- staffers wh me gmon. Perry adam carl N h Unwersxw t is , . . . . -good' Gordon H M ' .Bud ' students' Union of t e The editor-in-Cme .netxmes Justxflec sums' -'aww' Geo ugned twice weekly W we H mm, of the 2f11:z:s'Tuesd,y edition-1 f .1 hard-earned, wel qgeeway is Pub are not nec copy Deadline' da , circulf' ' .Jdday from the whole sy: The xumnws pm, mon v n n 1 . -nd my smcere wxshes for be: , P Y, E ,rks in the New Year. ' ul' fTHA 1 1 E Finally, I can report that the titl at t C e b . A at of this column has not yet becom Egg, Cho ' a misnomer. ' ms of - A' some Branny Schepanovic 1 t 11' rl, , ,L - would not PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE Steve Cox Public Relations Officer John D. Armstrong Elizabeth Kostash Assistant Public Relations Officer Dorothy Long Paul J. Tremlett Missing: George Akres. Barbara Hodgins The Public Relations Office is a student ser- vice organization which provides, through vari- ous media, publicity for students and student activities. lt is the main off-campus publicity contact of the student body and regularly sends the Gateway to all other Canadian universities in an effort to maintain some contact with other campuses. The Public Relations Officer sees that news releases of general interest are sent to all Alberta newspapers, with special releases sent to students' hometown newspapers. Television is employed as a media of publicity where pos- sible and a project of maior endeavour is the publicity campaign for Varsity Guest Weekend. In general, it can be said that if something of general interest occurs on the campus, the Pub- lic Relations Office will see to it, that the ap- propriate publicity reaches the people most interested in the event. 124 Q .'4 Li' Z' X vu ' 1 ,X - ,47. 'p,X.'N , - Y , Wing: ff' " 1 1 f-4. -N - 1-.. '. 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MMU GREEKS I V , 'L'--, , ff- ' -fc. 2,12 PANHELLENIC SOCIETY President: Burn Evons , Vice President: David Weddell Public Relations: Terry MacDonald N-rrvhu President: Dole Matheson Secretary: Lindo Gro nt 4 Treasurer: Elo no Scro bo INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 25 e Q--v-.-,..,.. ...gg-v-artist all T" PANHELLENIC CREED We, the fraternity undergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for co-operation with our college ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards and the serving to the best of our ability our college community. Good college citizenship as a preparation for good citizenship in the larger world of alumnae days, is the ideal that shall guide our chapter activities, We, the fraternity women of Canada, stand for preparation for service through character building inspired in the close contact and deep friendship of fraternity life. To us fraternity life is not enioyment of special privileges but an opportunity to prepare for wide and wise human service. NATIONAL INTERFRATERNITY CRITERIA We consider the fraternity responsible for positive contribution to the primary functions of the colleges and universities, and therefore under an obligation to encourage the most complete personal development of its members, intellectually, physically and socially. Therefore we declare: l. That the objectives and activities of the fraternity should be in entire accord with the aims and purposes of the institutions at which it has chapters. 2. That the primary loyalty and responsibility of a student in his relations with his institution are to the institution, and that the association of any group of students as a chapter of a fraternity involves the definite responsibility of the group for the conduct of the individual. 3. That the fraternity should promote conduct consistent with good morals and good taste. 4. That the fraternity should create an atmosphere which will stimulate substantial intellectual progress and superior intellectual achievement. 5. That the fraternity should maintain sanitary, safe, and wholesome physical conditions in the chapter house. 6. That the fraternity should inculcate principles of sound business practice, both in chapter finances, and in the business relations of its members. 127 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 'Msg' -' Y" . f,.-.gf 4-gi if -m i L L' we if'A f 5 .' i ijglx A' ' - 2- for L X 1 , 1 4 Mary Mis President Trudie Lee Vice-President Lois Aitkinson Betty Bailey April Belik Connie Blackburn Joyce Bredo Bev Britton Janice Cain Marie Cunningham Mary Dwyer Jean Fork Jeri Harris Elaine Janke Beverly Johnson Elizabeth Kostash 1 Q Sonia Kryklywicz Q Secretory Sonia Kryklywicz Trudie Lee Mary Mis Diane Mott Helen Rutherford Helen Scott Myrna Shemeluk Patty Slater Dariel Sparling Patty Swanson Judy Wisrner Maryanne Wood Robin Wright Gloria Zimmerman Joyce Bredo Treasurer i Chris Cameron Treasurer ACTIVES Penny Allan Lynn Anderson Jane Auxier Lynne Becker Carol Beil Kathy Brooks Janice Buxton Chris Cameron Carole Clarke Irene DesRosiers Wendy Erhardt Louise Erickson Patricia Eyles Catriona Gibson Betty Gourlay Susan Hall Maureen Hoar Audrey King Marnie King Elna Marshall Gael Marshall Dale Matheson Glenna MacDonald DELTA GAMMA Pat Eyles Bettie Tennant Pfesldenf Margo Morton Joan Murray Joann Peirce Marg Putnam Stephanie Rule Elana Scraba Robin Stalker Revo Stortie Bettie Tennant Lila Toope Nancy Wynn PLEDGES Jacqueline Anderson Gail Boltzon Sheila Begg Bev Broughton Jeanette Dixon Lynn Frankish Susan Dobbs 129 Joan Murray Vice-Presiden t 41 l 1-'L 3 , J Glenna MacDonald Recording Secretary Karen Ghitter Patty Graves Bonnie Hilling Diana l-lollingworth Marion Hopkins Ann Jameson Diana Lindeman Rene McFarland Donna Mcl-lattie Bonnie McPherson Lynda Manning Nancy Parsons Jane Rentiers Jan Marshall Megan Nichols Daphne Rowed Margaret Sharpe Dell Simpson Brenda Smith Margaret Simpson Karen Vollan Judith Wilson Patty Wynn Sheena La ycratt Treasurer ACTIVES Rita Adamic Judy Aldridge Diane Baril Ann Burke Sara Burke Marilyn Campbell Wendy Clute , Karen Crawford Barbara Curwen Wendy Dahlgren Gerri Danchuk Shannon Doyle Mary Durkin Sharon Fisher Elva Geddes Linda Grant Mary Harrington Carol Hart Sharon Hepburn Janelle Holmes Marnie Huckvale Elinor Johns Enid Jones KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sandy Weir P xx L is V1 v ,, it 'S ' W? ll 3 ' 5 - L A Sara Burke President Darlene King Valerie Kwasnie Sheena Laycraft Brenda Mallen . Lindsey Maxwell Kathy Moon Valerie Peddlesden Joan Pendleton Linda Ross Janet-Ann St. Clair Carole Smallwood Barbara Staples Deanne Stepchuk Roni Strong Louise Thompson Marlene Tipman Sydney Smith Loretta Wright Sandy Weir Jo-Ann Zender 130 Valerie Kwasnie Vice-President Brendg Mgllen Corres Secretary PLEDGES Carolyn Dyck Marrie Goodine Betty Gunther Heather Hodge Penny Keatley Connie Kuzio Roberta Ledrew Lorraine Lemieux Mario McArthur Brenda McAuley Maxine McKay Helen McRoberts Mary Pencak Joanne Poirier Marion Rizun Ruth Stewart Flora Stone Sandra Tedtord Jeanne Wallace Nancy Wildgoose Georgia Wood Carol Young Ja n i s Perry Treasurer ACTIVES Pat Aitken Mari Anderson Ann Archibald Diane Atwood Lenore Binkley Mona Bryan Bev Campbell Lynda Cunlifte Liz Elliot Judy Elliot Ruth Dodds Penny Farnham Donna Fraser Sandra Janzen Sheila Johnson Judi Kales Betty Klimovich Marilyn McCoy Rene McElroy ,ik Elizabeth Elliot Vice-President PI BETA PHI R A Bev Cam pbel I President Marcia Mitchell Rosemary Morris Barb Nuttal Janis Perry Ilona Raycheba Audrey Rea Judy Reeves Ruth Rodger Shirley Sadler Maureen Stuart Linda Switzer Pat Suitor Wendy Taylor Kathy Whelihan Annamary Williams 131 Wendy Taylor Pledge Supervisor 'F . ' ,4 Ann Archibald Membership Chairman PLEDGES Jan Anderson Maureen Bacon Sheila Brennan Mara Coote Suzanne Darimont llene Frizzell Joanne Hedenstrom Marylynne Howard Dolores Hutton Penny Hynam Alison Jenks Lexie King Carolyn Lloyd Dorothy Long Judy Pulton Diane Schwob Margo Sherbaniuk Marion Twiss Linda Wright if ws, , 7 ' " Q t .1 fd Grant Erickson Treasurer ACTIVES John Armstrong John Butler John Cannitt Joe Carrington Don Chernichen Gary Chornell Wes Cragg Dave Carpenter Joe Doherty Grant Erickson Pete Fleming Dale Foran Martin Foss Robert Graham Nels Hagenson Jett Hakeman Dave Hogg Lorne Jardine Richard Larson Tom Lloyd Jim Masson Gordon Moore Kim MacKenzie Pete McArthur DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 1.3 J rx 9:15 Nd : .fit ':-15" '17 T . lan Pittield Vice-President .? Hugh Robertson President Richard McClure Dave McDermid Rod McElroy James McGuckin Graham McLean Bob Nimmon Bruce Olson lan Pittield James Rankin Buren Ree Lance Richard Hugh Robertson Kerri Robertson Fred Shandro Pete Shandro Nick Skinner Doug Smee Dave Smith Bill Speer Roy Tompkins Paul Tremlett Derek Truswell Dave Tilley Richard Walters Don Whidden 132 I 'X ,I TTT' .' ll A Jim McGuckin Secretary Doug Smee Sgt. At Arms Add Wilson Wally Yeates PLEDGES Dennis Bayrak Steve Beueridge Jack Brown Bob Bruce Denny Burns Darcy Duncan Glen Elliott Ralph Garrett Jim Good John Hennessy Jim Johnston Stu McGregor Glen Mclntyre Don Newsome Brett Nigro Bill Ross Bill Smith Dennis Thomas Hugh Williamson g Don Plewes Treasurer ACTIVES Robert Allin Graham Bradley Rennie Bradley George Campbell Robert Campbell Paul Cantor Lloyd Culham Mick Davidman J. Draper Davis Elliott John Emerson Don Findley Dave Ford Colin Fraser Dave Grove R. Hamilton Dave lnnis Murray Knechtel Mike Langfeldt Gerald Lemieux Pete Linley Robert Miller Keith Muirhead Martin Murenbeeld lain McDonald Marv McDonald John Mclnnis DELTA UPSILON 'T rl' 'rx' Skt' -Q, sfo r 45 ,T x P' L wr, rt N Y, EN we J' X . V ,v X i XL 5 Q. S' K- Y Peter Ward Vice-President Verne McKay Doug McTavish Rick McWilliam Robert Niven Gord Noland Dan Ondrack Ron Parks Grant Patrick Don Plewes John Primrose Barry Pritchard Brad Quam Tony Rankel Glen Reid Herb Reynolds Dale Ripple Thomas Ryder Dave Schultz Peter Sharpe Dave Shugarman Bill Somers Keith Spencer Mike Standard Sam Switzer Maury Van Vliet Peter Ward Mike Welsh sk Gord Noland House Manager . A Verne McKay Pl'eSiClenf Dan Ondrack Secretory Ken Wickenberg Rob Wilson Sam Wilson Tom Wilson SOCIAL MEMBERS Gib Clarke Don Usher PLEDGES Rick Anderson Don Ambrose Daryl Boag Jim Boylan Brooke Carter Art Caston Gene Dub Arnold Dvorkin Dave Eaket Bill Fallow Ron Finch Mike Geraldie Eric Goodman Gordon Homer Bob Johnson Graham Kemsle Paul Kirk Grady Kittleson Tony Lee Neil Longfellow Barry Mang Dave Morwood Bert Murray Gary McLeod Tom McCready Peter McLean Mike O'l-lanlon Jay Peers Tom Radford Peter Reinis Wayne Robb Robert Rosen Rick Ryll Al Shaw Don Sheldon Verne Simonson Bill Thorsell Peter Tedesko Graham Toope Jim Wright Roy Yakula Y -Q Akai. Alan Whitney Vice-President ACTIVES Bob Adams Dick Arnold Jim Banks Bill Benedict Tom Besse Peter Bidlock Dennis Braun Ken Brown Lyle Brown Gordon Bulat Mac Campbell Rick Campbell Harold Cogill Gary Cumberland John Cunningham Colin Evans John Ferguson Al Folinsbee Jack Grainge Peter Graham Bob Holzer KAPPA SIGMA ,L . I K 9. 'X 3 9? I Rich Price President Lyndon lrwin Doug Koppang Barry Ma rfleet Ray Marusyk Wayne McElroy Kirk Miller Larry Miller Ed Moisey Dale Pittman John Pope Roger Pretty Rich Price Peter Puchyr Dan Sereda Bob Sharp Jerry Sirdar Larry Sobie Allen Smith Fraser Smith Gary Stamm John Stone SE Lyndon Irwin Secretory Ted Strashok Pat Sutherland Pat Tood Al Ulsrud Ron Warren Al Whitney Dave Willans Terry Wright Gerry Young PLEDGES lhor Bayduza Don Burrows Tom Connelly Dave Dinwoodie Larry Duignan Wilson Durward Gerry Esopenko Don Fetherstonhaugh John Folinsbee -, 0 Ron Warren Custodian Ron Goos Peter Haney Rick Jarvin Earl Jones Brian Kregosky Ron Lavender Ron Lakie lan MacLeod Wayne Maier Neil Marshall Cam Mealpine Michel Meunier' Ken Miller Randy Patterson Marshall Price Gary Silverman Bob Skelton Wally Snihurowych Ray Strashok Peter Tyler Jim Whitfield Roger Renaud Treasurer ACTIVES Marshall Andruchow George Bowker Trevor Calkins Nestor Chomik Gordon Clozza Lyle Dodsworth Don Dublanko Terry Eastwood Gaalen Erickson Blain Fowler Winston Gereluk Dave Jenkins Ed Klimovich Neslor Korchinsky Bob Langston Wayne Mareck Ron McAfee Al McGillis Richard Miron Russel Pacey Norm Prelypchan Dave Reece Roger Renaud Neil Ruddy LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 1 x L gi, ' ,f by gw-5 . " f J -Q L VQ, ' - A I g Lyle Dodsworfh John Young Vice-President President Jack Scott Bob Shapka Rich Trelevan John Young PLEDGES Dave Blomerr Dave Boorman Joe Danyluk Murray Dickson Jim Ferguson Don Francis Doug Groves Doug l-leckberf Ron Horner Fred James Gordon Jones Brian Jordon Ralph Jumcigo Joe LaPlanTe Wayne Locke Al Lucas Rod MacDonald 135 Ed Klimovich Secretary Bruce McFadden Howard McRae Bruce Mahan Glen Manyluk Bill Marshall Don Melnychuk Pat Moore Bruce Morrison John Myroon Ted Owens Gerry Powlik Gene Profz Eric Quilley Don Roberison Don Scramsfad Bill Sherman Ron Shymko Pa? Sloan Perer Smilanich Kerry Smith Grant Spence Richard ST. Arnaud Blaise Szekely Dick Upshall ff 7'3' Da ve Weddell Treasurer ACTIVES Larry Achtem Dave Arlidge Ken Bailey Doug Bell John Blackett Dick Bowen Paul Brady Gordon Brown Don Burrows Terry Cockrall Dave Coutts Bill Craig John Crosland Ron Culver Wes Dalgliesh Bill Dunnigan Bruce Elkin Brian Felesky John Fingarson Leighton Fisk Rod Florence Mike Hodgson Daryl Howard Al Hyndman Rick Hyndman Bill Hyndman PHI DELTA THETA 5' x., A z -A ' 4 L Joh n Stamm Vice-President Doug Hunter Jim Hunter Ron Janz Linton Kulak Jim Kulak Ken Lambert Don Lloyd Dave McConnell Bob McKay Hugh McQueen Kent Mitchell Bill Monkman Terry Myles Pete Nash Lawrie Payne Pat Peacock Rob Peters Barry Peterson Harold Ritchie Dave Ross Ted Rusnak Bob Ruzicka Grant Smith Ross Smith John Stamm Dennis Staniland Jim Hunter President Al Hyndman Pledge Trainer P01 Pegcgqk Sig Timma Dave Weddell Dave Wilkins Dick Wintermute Gord Young Don Brazeciu Dunc Cameron Bill Campbell Roger Dyck John Mammill John Hope Bob McComb Bob Robinson Dave Taylor PLEDGES Gary Aitken Mike Alexandre Steve Allan Don Anderson Bob Armit Jack Barrigan Terry Bastin Doug Bodie Terry Bradburn Secretary Rick Charlton Roger Clute Jim Cromarty Dave Deluca Jim Dutton Jim Foy Mike Grandin Bob Heise Jack Jenner Bob Johnstone Barry Kirkham Bob Kiss Gordon Kling John MacDonald Webb MacDonald Denny McCoy Jack McGregor Craig Naylor Joe Neidhardt Bill Parlee Bob Racine Jim Reaman Ro Riley Dave Shaw Rick Simonton Brian Westerman Hugh Lynch-Staunton Treasurer ACTIVES George Akers Don Albert Roger Amy John Bishop Bob Borfh Jim Barflelf John Brauer Harry Bridges Sandy Burgess Shaun Collins Dave Cruikshank James Dobbs Leighton Decore James Dixon Brian Draper Dave Fleming Dave Fusrukian Brian Ganske Chuck Gerhart Bob Gillespie Earl Gray Mike Halvorson Torn Henry PHI KAPPA PI fa X' JR' v'3- 3? 1 J ' Fx 1 , if W ' Dave Rodger A - - Gordon Meurin P"e5'denf Dave Fustukian Vice-President Secretary Bob lngram Ken Houlden George Lackonick Al Lagore Doug Lampard Bob Lees Len Luders Hugh Lynch-Sfaunion Don McBain Terry McDonald Gary McClure John McPhail Greg Marlin Gord Meurin Joe Scarlett Gary Sky Francis Saville Jay Scholton Jack Shaw Dave Rodger Roger Teasdale Dan Thachuk Neal Thomassen Bob Wallace Ed Wahl Bill Sarson Jeff Willing Dove Willis PLEDGES Bob Berube Jerry Bigam John Blades Jerry Black John Burton Dennis Chrisfianson James Cunnings Mike Edwards Val Felesky Gordon Fitzpatrick Bob Fyfe Dwight Ganske Mel Gerard Harold Hayter Dave Fleming House Manager Don Jackson Gary Johanson Wayne Johnson Karl Klein Norm Knechl Leslie Lazaruk Allan Lefever Rick Long Keiih Maxwell Gale McMurray Bud McNairn Donald Moe Don Norman Sandy Park Richard Player George Pih Pai Quinn Gary Rogerson John Shillabeer Murray Sorenson Clark Warren Tom Willock Rick Olond L David Levine Treasurer 2' 'ir SIGMA ALPHA MU Murray Greenberg President ACTIVES Richard Comisarovv Ron Goldberg Murray Greenberg David Levine Murray Lieberman Phil Lister Rick Lyons Errol Marliss Allan Pakes Myer Rabinovifz Graham Saftin Dave Singer Phil Ullman Neil Warhaff Ron Goldberg Secretary PLEDGES Barry Brovender Sheldon Devins Dove Feldman Gord Hoffman 'Steve Kline Jack Roofman Ron Roorman Andy Schwam Len Smilh Sholom Tabachnick S-.Q Richard Comisarow House Manager Arnold Nadeau Treasurer ACTIVES Ted Allen Chuck Beil Allen Brown Ron Burkley Bricm Curran Herb Elgert Dave Forster Van Gardener Neil Gourley Roger Kangas Alt Kaszuba Vern Kemp Jim Koshman Bob Koshman Dick Laurin Cal MacPherson Bill McKenzie Arnie Nadeau Gerald Olinyk Richard Osadchuk Nes Plotke ? ZETA PSI , Q R H gg.. .S ' s., , Ted Allen Percy Thomas Pfesldenl Tom Shields Jim Side Percy Thomas Larry Wilson PLEDGES Mike Allard Ernie Axani Bob Bennet Henry Budnitsky Mike Carleton Dave Corlson Ric Coulthard Terry Curran Jerry Dobko John Hague Dale Harder Mel Lyseng Brian Manson 139 .E dw .w.7, ' JrA 3 5'-'fffefefv chuck Bei! Pledge Trainer Henry Martin Ernie Meheriuk Frank Mink Keith Murray Bob MacGregor Jim McKenzie Mel McKenzie Frank Niziol Dave O'Neil Bruce Pollack Richard Shannon Dick Shuhany Brian Sigstad Dave Smith Maurice Sokulsky Larry Speers Mike Stewart John Stutz Phil Thomas Richard Vest Jim Wheatley Tom Sydnee Treasurer DELTA SIGMA PHI Bob Burns Vice-President ACTIVES Bob Burns Jon Petursson Richard Pickford Edwin Shciske Torn Sydnes Peter Thompson Terry Umbach Jon Petursson Pfeiidem Richard Pickford Seffef'-1"Y Edwin Shoske Disciplinarian P I. E D G E S Dennis Coulthard Don Dixon Joe Heffernan Gary Kiernan Norman Larkins Rick Leland Milton Pahl Mike Pain Ed Perepelitza John Sears Ken Sixsmifh Ed Thiessen Ron Tymochko Guy Vaughan Ian Wallace -- Wnfffl U 1 I40 .- F ' '.'7.i3,i-a'- -iff I ef i . 7 .I 1243. , 'l' .3, - "f H -v, A- fa, -vs. ' " Duncan McAmmond Ernest Kasawal Vl'e'P'e5ld"" Treasurer John Buski Monty Hall Wayne Ingram Ernest Kasawal Duncan McAmrnond Bill McLeod Donald McMillan Richard Mooney Ted Paszek John Pavelich Brian Purdy THETA CHI Donald Wismer f Pfesidenl Robert Senkow Secretary Jim Quilly ' Dwight Renneberg Harvey Romeike Robert Senkow Bill Shaclcnowich Gordon Sherwin Dick Stott Donald Syrnyk Ron Taylor Donald Wismer 141 William McLeod Social Chairman -4 ...af I. u , rpm . . .-1 5 .,, 1 gas-1'-W' WWA 4 0-J 1-4' M, , . v .Q,. . .. - V . I f , ,.,,,x jfaff . F. f ' X ' .- -'v ' , 3 , +5 1... , 4 K ' . L .V if X ig.: . , f ' K X ,. - Q. 1 .- X' ' .M . 5 .4 , -V---' V - .7 4 1.1 , 5 . . , - 1 ur 1 ' -v-Sadie , + W W nw 'SS Maw! Q? RESIIJENCES fx T ,-xof,-5 ,.--"""' X KIT, li'-9 A N Nfl - ' 1, N I if fig, Q. . K Z, 4- A 1 ,N L11 . '37 ' ' 'Q F ll , af E ,.... ---X' ' g . ' -1-A--we ' - -,gaf 1. 1 Q 1 K .' 'fi-ns . 5 Pembunu Ho A h b H H Assiniboiu Hall St. Joseph's College PT GUGSCT4 G Sf. STepheh'S University House em ma ouse Gornecu House V I aim!!! " N, ". ' I il- LX A , 51, ' LW ' ' U P7 .L H ILL L21 l g g, A hi lx jf , r ll Lx, ll' 144 ff W' .- QKVQ Q 5-QS' 'YW ' yi Q9 PEMBINA HOUSE COMMITTEE .x Sitting: Dianne Pearce, Edo Mafiison, Carolyn Foster lPresidenti, Wendy Brinsmead, Vicki Logie. Standing: Wendy Barlow, Marion Harnes, Lorraine Nowlin. X .8 145 ASSINIBOIA-ATHABASCA HALLS HOUSE COMMITTEE Sitting: Harold Kane, AI Meech 1Chairmanl, Bob Ruff Standing: Graham Mclean, Erik Cragg, Gordon Moore FROSH COURT Providing a fitting ending for Frosh Week for Residence frosh was the annual Kanga- roo Court, this year held on Sunday, Septem- ber 29th. At this time the frosh defendants were brought before their superior seniors, charged with unspeakably heinous crimes, to face a fate worse than death. Few es- caped. Thus, for such horrible misdemeanors as applepolishing, posing as seniors, and turning down dates with upperclassmen, suitably severe penalties were invoked and effected. The Thumbs of Justice Sober as o Judge Welsh Swears on Playboy 146 Not Guiltyl? h Al ,A x 4. Hungry Pembxnrtew Pembnr-mes Bottle Studs '-wL 'W' ' ' ' 'WM' V yfrgfi' ' .5 ,ag an RESIDENCE 'R A9 Q3-, , ,. ..fe.g,ff V, , f W E ' E ..... ' A "'.::L.1"" AV 5 HV -V ' ' " Y- --T .' , ?-' ' i--L,.,,.,4 A 1' , 1 ' fQjQ o" " 'ff ' 'PT-'----+- Y f, X Y Y A M M" ' '-+8--,,-..,., E C, -' ." L - " f -- ' ' ,F- sn' I F " lr' " 'T 15,-,'?2? ' ' R ' -e 3 I ',,ANf-V ,-.L f.J,:h, T ,Twig -5. i Q . -- TT.. w Q 9 . , i. "J 1 -if L "1 -r - W x f 9 ., ' ' - --i--- . --k -'A' N "' . : - - U ' ' ' .1 ' -' -5 -. : . - I f X " . 1 A , if N- E ve E , v ---' .ffe-.V .,'. ., 'ix - -Aims ' X V ' I x To-...Q . ' fa, J lv iffx A- - ' .A.,,.f "ga-' lj. -X W "M E , 4, X A - ""'- 5 ."g-i. ' A al e '1 I mfg, -. . . E " 'A 7 X' ' ' , X X X3 4 ,' r - ., 4 'l A F' - 3 . . ' Y E x V ' A QL.. J ' ' ' Q, - 7 oe W' A A - We . . fe., " -'ff Odori Silver Sfotues Q. 4: :,:':l 2j-fi: E ff Q e - M 5 , f '5 e ' J N' i 55 ,IU , , , We Love Res Food! University House Minsfrels ar I 4. Theres c Hole in the Bucket Pem House Beotniks 148 gb EMBINA YJAMA P ARTY if 149 N 'AM J. - ? 2. ! . 2 L f 65" Y get 1 e. The annual Christmas Banquet tor the residents ot Pernbina, Athabasca, and Assiniboia, took place December 14, in the candlelit Athabasca Dining Hail. Master ot Ceremonies was Allan Meech, Cl ' wairnwan of M en's Residence. CHRISTMAS i ix I 'kr 12' Qt ,4 'M ---. X. , ix! . 'til'-'Z A. iff Itt- if tt 5 KN- -qi 'QUTW .Y . A i .ti -ti Ni ir- t A i . i ii T i fi-.. f t ,Xt . ' iiirtif-M 1. v w' W it "iw - it .Q NS. -.ix twxlimi . tx is 'yiiii'firigi:.fr'-' , Wg.. W itt .tx ttftkgx i mp.-' if it gf' -. JQXQRSQ , ' v fri A iw A! XW WN . iw x XXX. Ji A I ,im f ijt ri ,jf "' I Y ' it vfz- . X lx My -New Q: T IX X SyWttiiii.b, Carolyn Foster, Presi- . dent of Pembina, pro- posed a tribute to the Uni- ii it tw ' K T M versity, which was responded . I! 1 to by Mr. A. Ryan, Provost. The Guest Speaker for the evening was the Assistant Dean of Medicine, Dr. D. F. C BANQUET I BRESCIA Wouneita Formal Evening Frosh Week Twist HOUSE COMMITTEE Standing: Judy Sharples, Karen Doyle. Seated: Anne Luiken, Leona Fix lPresi- dem l. Brescia-Mary Manor consists of two houses which are home to twenty-four Catholic women. Begun in 1950 by three Pembinites, it was taken over by the Ursuline Sisters in 1953. The Mother Superior of this residence is Mother Sylvester. Active in Newman Club, the girls also hold social functions such as a Frosh, Wauneita, and Christmas Parties. If is significant to note that this residence shared in the win- ning ofthe off campus residence trophy in the ice statue con- test. This year will see the closing of Mary Manor-Brescia. 151 ST. JUDE'S HOUSE COMMITTEE Standing: Janet Marier, Rayman DeLimages lPresiclenTl. Sitting: Sylvia Landry, Lorraine Rackinski. This Catholic Women's Residence has been in opera- members of Newman Club, The women of ST. Jude's sup- Tion for Ten years under The direction of four Sisters of ported Treasure Van and Blitz Day, were co-winners The Holy Cross. The Sister Superior To seventeen women of an ice statue trophy. Their special events for The year is Sister Florian. Interestingly enough, The maiority of included an Inter-Residence Tea for Catholic Girls, and The residents are French This year. Besides being active a Campus Catholic Girls' Party at ST. Jaseph's. Christmas Party Miss Freshette 152 -113, , 'Jw ST. JOHN'S HOUSE COMMITTEE Standing: Donald Wiwad, Ernie Leech, Rev. S. P. Symchych, John Myroon lPres.l. Sitting: Vera Swyck, Lorraine Golka. Missing: Ann Markowski, Marion Selesky. St. John's Institute, a co-educational residence operat- has been especially active in intramural sports this year. ed by the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, originated Special annual events include a Frosh Dance, Halloween in l9l8 and has been in its present location for 5 years. Party, and Graduation. Rev. S. P. Symchych is principal of this residence which 153 AEN 1' ST. STEPHEN'S COLLEGE Standing: Malcolm Kufeldf, Don Jackson, Howard Johnson, Gordon Woodman iPresiden1l. Sealed: Don Corrigan, Earle Weisenberger, Missing: John Lewis. nl x '- if Q., s J i 159' P+ rr-Ml .ri- xiii ! Q75 21 'J -A..JfH ,. M. . 'yi , S, su , I -s , r 154 uw HOUSE COMMITTEE Bock Row: .lnm Newhom, Chips Reid, X4 Ron Durdo lPres.1, Ron Amon. Font Row Len Shymonbk John Coyne J m Todd ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE ,SJ A-57 I f 155 ,- fr 9 : ST. JOSAPHAT'S HOUSE COMMITTEE Standing: William Kudryk, Winston Gereluk. ' Sitting: Peter Opryshko, lPresidentl. St. Josaphat's, a Catholic residence housing nineteen fellows, is oper- ated by Rev. Father J. Skwarok. The residents are active in both New- man and Obnova Clubs, and hold exchanges with oft campus Catholic Women's Residences. ,xv t-. ' ' ...IU fe 156 svnms Row 1: QC 1963 GOLDEN BEAR FOOTBALL TEAM Frank Morris lCoachl, Vic Messier, Maury Van Vliet, Jr., Ron Marteniuk lCo-captainl, Gary Naylor lCo-captainl, Verne McKay, Ian Douglas, Vic Chmelyk, Gino Fracas lCoachl. Row 2: Row 3: Shaw. Row 4: Row 5: Row 6: Missing: V fa -. ,J Chuck Moser, Clarence Kochman, Willy Algaier, Paul Brady, Bruce Switzer, Ken Neilson, Bert Carron, Gary Smith, Roy Filipek. Clare Drake lCoachl, Metro Rose-iwich, Bob Bennett, Rennie Bradley, Val Schneider, Jim Chartrand, Cam McCalpine, Bill Woywitka, George Torn Pon, Don Whidden, Maynard Vollan, Denny O'Donnell, Glen Claerhout, Al Show, Randy Spencer, John Wilson. Bill Sowa, George Short, Darwin Semotiuk, John Mclnnis, Bob Revak, Ron Finch, Irwin Strifler. Gord Willans, Larry Bird, Mike Stanford, Dick Winterrnute. Jim Watson, Jim Hale, 1 if -1 Qi, . f - Gary Naylor and Bruce Switzer carry off head coach Gino Fracas with the Hardy 3 Cub lemblernatic of Western Intercollegiate Ko n if '- H W, i Football supremacyl. Lf' 9? ig if Y 158 ALBERTA 47 - NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 8 The Golden Bears kickoff to a string of victories against the Northern Mon- tana College Northern Lights in a pre- season exhibition game played in Havre, Montana. lThe Bears did lose an exhi- bition game against the Edmonton Rams 8-Ol. C g.. ,i v 4 , Ae X , , .. - - ' ' 'fi' .JY ' Q s - f ' - 5' 'X w ' -Z, "' , 'Q' 't .lalfftiil 7 'W-:fi-'i'?'f' N? - 5 ff'-' . .. . , ' Q W 1. 'Q N ' mf' . "r..f,jf -7 -, L, a V 4x.,,.' .. 1 1 at 'L-wg f , , gs' -. . s I M15-X"' I f lx' , , I Y - - A i ' T . . . ' 1 I , . 4- ,., A-. S W . I . 5 qt , , A L 'i""t4 .xi ... ..-.., v xv . is l .H ,. Hey let go of my . . . I Bears' fullback Hale fights off two Manitoba defenders as he gains valuable yardage against the Bisons. ALBERTA 28 - MANITOBA 8 In the WCIPCA league opener the Alberta Golden Bears showed much power against an improved Manitoba team. Scoring for the winning Bears were Metro Roseiwich with two touchdowns, Rennie Bradley with one, and Ron Marteniuk with a field goal and three converts. Alberta was without the services of number one quarterback Gary Smith whose ankle was recovering from an injury suffered in a pre-season exhibition game. Willie Algaier and Gord Willans filled in more than adequately for the iniured Smith. 159 2 I Q-" ""' z:":"' f Q! Q0 .8 Husky Fullback Brian Hammerton Cuts into Bear defence before being stopped bv Randy Spencer l23l and Val Schneider l74l. Receiving little assistance from Paul Brady lbdl is helmetless quarter- back Willy Algaier, os he is brought to rest by three Husky tacklers. ALBERTA 78 - SASKATCHEWAN 0 ALBERTA 47- SASKATCHEWAN 23 After losing 78-O to the Bears in their first encounter, the Huskie team showed new spirit in the second game. During the last half they made a second Bears victory seem dubious by scoring 23 points. By late in the third quarter Saskatchewan had narrowed the Bears' 20-0 halftime lead to 20-16. Coach Fracas then' sent in alternate QB Willie Algaier to spark ct listless offence. Spark it he did and the Bears scored 27 more points for the victory. The main point-get- ters for the Bears were: Neilson, 3 touchdownsg Kachman, 2 touchdownsg and Strifler, l touch- down. suv S Hey Frank, do you think you can get Marteniuk a date after the game? ALBERTA 44 - BRITISH COLUMBIA 33 At the Coast the Alberta Golden Bears rolled to their fourth straight victory as they trounc- ed the second place UBC Thunderbirds. A game which was predicted to be a closely fought contest between Alberta's powerful offense and UBC's strong defence soon broke wide open with the Bears' Ken Nielson and Clarence Kachman each running kickoffs back for 90 yards and two quick touchdowns. Bears' scoring was distributed throughout the backfield with half-back Ken Nielson ac- counting for three TD's while the other half, Clarence Kachman, added two more majors. Full- bocks Metro Roseiwich and Bert Carron each added one rnoior. Guard Ron Marteniuk kicked two converts for the Bears. NO Q, f ffl K' F 1 -M vi" 'Z'-if" sllffweu Irwin Strifler with some blocking from Bruce Switzer 1621 and Dick Wintermute l5ll drives for yards against a tough Manitoba line. ALBERTA 49 - MANITOBA I ln a second contest with Manitoba played in Winnipeg, the Golden Ones were again invincible. Quarterback Gary Smith passed for 297 yards, mainly to Nielson and Kachman. Bert Carron rambled for over IOO yards on the ground to complete the devastation. ALBERTA 29 - BRITISH COLUMBIA 2 In the final game of the regular season the Golden Bears proved to everyone that they were the best in the West, The Bears adjusted their defense which two weeks before had been penetrated by the sharp passing of UBC's quarterback Dick Gibbons and made the after- noon a miserable one for the BC pivot. Alberta's of- fense clicked with the two fine pulling guards Bruce Switzer l62l and Mike Stanford l82l opening up holes for the Golden Bear backs and giving QB Smith l32l the needed pass protection lsee belowl. Smith found Ken Nielson in the clear on many occasions and had a fine afternoon in the passing department. Helping capture the Hardy Cup, Bert Carron scored two touchdowns, Irwin Strifler scored one and Ken Niel- son scored one. Nielson's was the most spectacular of the day when after taking Smith's swing pass he romped 85 yards to the Bird's end zone. FOOTBALL ALLSTARS Offense: Maury Van Vliet lenall Glen Claerhout Ron Marteniuk ltacklel Dick Wintermute lcenterl Bruce Switzer lguardl Gary Smith lquarterbockl Ken Nielson lhaltbackl Clarence Kachrnan Khalil Defense: Bill Sowa lendl Paul Brady lguardl Gary Naylor ilinebackerl Maynard Vollan llinebackerl Vic Clwmelyk llinebackerl Honorable Mention: Bert Carron lan Douglas TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable Lineman: Gary Naylor Most Valuable Backfielder: Ken Nielson Most Outstanding Rookie: AI Shaw ALBERTA'S CHEERLEADERS Doug Maley Kathy Kozak Elaine Sadd Heather Harris Dorothy McMullen Bev Edwards , Joanne Hedenstrorn Betty Haddow April Belik 3 Gina Starko A Joe Krint - "Tl Missing: Karma Hirsche Go Bears go! 163 GGLDEN 1 9 '-'X -ffv-sl 'f - .N rim- 1 Q -, - B: I-:H-i:.ff2:.l.MTV W JI , tiki. N., . V Y: x ,- ' ""' -1.. I .-..J :ggi N ,ada X A an qv' 1 J BCDWL Bob Lampard finds himself surrounded by Golden Bowl lovelies. Helen McRoberts lI.F Cl, Maureen McFarland lArts 81 Sciencel Doreen Mclntyre lEducationl Kathy Moon lEngineeringl Joanne Hedenstrom lCom mercel The girls were sponsored by groups in brackets Helen McRoberts lbelowl happy grac ous and popular Queen of the Golden Bowl B O U N C fe The Golden Bowl '63 is past. Some 9,000 people can look back with pride on their team's performance. The student spectator may also reflect that in some small, nevertheless meaningful way he took part in the event - indeed a spectacle that could become an annual 'Grey Cup" for Canadian Campuses. What should not be forgotten, or permitted to be eclipsed by our victory in the game itself, is the story behind the classic. Bob Lampard, President of the Promotions Committee, with many loyal supporters designed and carried out the massive proiect. It was Lampard who made the phone calls East obtaining the consent of Queens to play, it was Lampard and his helpers who managed the support of prominent business men and sportsmen, organized publicity, and planned the festivities leading up to and following the game. The Bowl Bounce, held at the Ed Gym, was the first event of the weekend. ' 165 E is MS 'iifz ' . . T iv- . L, 5 it-f .s -Juic- ' l - S Good l00k'V'9 QUQCVWS .... "hep" student clubs . . . . Queens, dignitaries, bands, floats, and cheerleaders made up a parade that started fromlthe Physed building anal made its way to Clarke Stadium for the kick-off. Once again Bob Lampard and the Promotions Committee were responsible for whatever success was evidenced. Some impartial observers suggested that the Bears success was inevitable in that they had dental hygiene going tor them . . . I A 166 Pre-gome ontics. 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I I 1 I ' Q-r-f-flvvw-fssv -QM., .Miva Q . - y r . - v - ,MW L A . -sg. , - f - K , , , Q-.1 ,N M f-- - A 'au H-.s hi -o- ,if :K .4 ai' as , . rm Q- N- cfs - N---, .Q-nl Kachman leaps up to snare Smith's pass. As Gael tacklers move in, Kachman spots Nielsen and laterals to him. BEARS 9 GAELS O The Bears started rolling early in the first quarter. Carron bruised for tive yards. Then Nielsen rambled for 29 yards after catching a screen pass from Smith. On the next play, Smith found Kachrnan in the open on the Gael l5-yard line. This sequence of pictures illustrates what happened next. Shortly after the Bear touchdown, linebackers Maynard Vollan and Verne McKay broke through to spill Gael quarterback, Cal Conner tive yards behind his own goal line. At the end ofthe half, Bears led 9-O. vi :lily -li-14 f S .2 f' x1e.ff'., 5 - -'Zag :' "H -- L rl I ' - i V as VA, Hmfg- i- 1 - 'SF x. ,- 5 -. ' ' . "dh, eva, . 4-. , "' 'uw A 6: 7 ' 'Q-ff" V' ' 'K ' A 5 t , liaf -'- :,L,4 ll W' fig.. ,- '. L. .fa V' , T.. :,, lg - s 'Qt 2' A Kachman is headed for the hard ground buf the bgll is in fhe gif ond Nielsen, patient for so long, tucks the ball away and is off for Bears first the Gaels are caught off balance. touchdown. l7l Q if RRY 3. La Lani Gael quarterback, Cal Conner, breaks away from Bear Tackler on The way To spectacular 91-yard Touchdown romp. Irwin Strifler goes over to give Alberta a commanding lead. y -1- vwqpu . - 1- 'L . A' l 5 T X- M ' .. ,. U. "2-ff :. , , .--- if--M-,. - , -I-P . in- i' ' in i fl!! ixilllllg , if '- Lit, .'-lf-1' BEARS 25 GAELS 7 JusT after The second half opened, Cal Conner, booT- legged The ball around The end and ran 91 yards To score. For a momenf iT looked as Though The Gaels would come back To win. BUT The Bears never lapsed again. Only rninuTes before The quarTer ended, Tackle Ron MarTeniuk kicked afield goal. 4 T. .....f..v- uns.,-:Q E44 in -.fa J .. .uv ' ... .p- . Q " Lyn--sf' In n- 1 -. ,.'.'ZY- -.-, ' .., . . - ,- -- -.am ..- - . . Q - Q -... v F -- " ' -' . - . - ' ' ' -- ' mr. ' ..- . ,. . - .-P .je .ri ,. r-... N. ,,,..'.., .s. -- -, - Q.. ' -.Q . A Fullback Bert Carron showing a flash of brilliance eludes a Tackler. Carron scored The final Bear Touchdown. In The final quarTer STrifler scored from The Gael's one-yard line. The Bears were ouT in fronT l9-7. BerT Carron added insulT To iniury shorTly after, pu1'Ting The Bears ahead 25-7. Alfhough The converT aT'TempT was blocked, The Bears were hardly worried. The game ended on a final humiliaTing noTe for The Gaels as They were sTopped for no gain on The Bear's one-yard line. - Q J Percy Page Alberta's Lieutenant Governor, presents championship trophy to co captains Gary Naylor and Ron Marteniuk Students' Union Business Manager, Bryan Clark, and rubilant Bear fans look on Delirious, spirited lsicl tans attacked the goal posts. The posts did not go down without a tight. A number ot These adventur- ers wore battle scars to class on Monday. X f l ,A ' r , 1 , l l 1 l If 'I ' 1. ' i - 1' I i X g ,f' 1 ,' if nf. 'X ' I ff.. L' ,f In the evening players of both teams were honored by a stag held at an Ed- monton country club. Players then went out on the town. Most of the fun was at the Bromo Ball lL. and R.l Lyall McCurdy, Diana Farris, Francis Van Hesteren, Cam Dalgleish. Missing: Pat Shandro, Heather McPherson. U of A tennis team swept the Western Intercollegiate Tennis Finals held October 18 and 19. Men's singles went to Cam Dalgleish, men's doubles to Lyall McCurdy and Cam, and mixed doubles to Francis Van Hesteren and Diana Farris. Heather McPherson and Pat Shandro combines to win women's doubles, then Diana Farris returned to take women's singles. Only one set was lost during the tourna- ment, a tribute to the team. Com Dolgleish combines form and Teftnis GHYOHB? know-how to win men's singles 174 GOLF The golf meet this year was held in Manitoba, and the teams fared not too badly. The men fin- ished thirdg the women's team finished second, only two strokes behind Uniyersity of Saskatche- wan. A Gateway editorial pointed out that per- haps our golfers might be more successful if they were given the time to shoot a few practice rounds before the competition. -y --w-- f if-gy - -- ,-F .A s Av' , - John Patrick, Carolyn Dyck, Maurice Kishiuchi, Sandra Kir stein, Errol Jones. Missing: Mary-Beth Milligan, Hey, if's on the greenl With a swing like that, how can we lose? 175 H1 2 ff,-.wufie i l .if .3 .l 4- xifbil Competitive, synchronized ond novelty swimming events were held in the Physical Education Building pool. Sports learned, friendships renewed and made in Women's Intramurals Good fun arising from keen competition is the purpose of women's intramurals. Archery was the first intramural activity and was followed by a variety of sports from badminton to skiing, broomball, and swimming, testifying to the variety of interests to which the schedule appealed. Thirteen units battled towards the Rose Bowl, emblem of unit supremacy. V Two Activity Nights provided rewarding and enioyable eve- nings of activity for all girls with the entire Physical Education building open for events in badminton, basketball, volley- ball, handball, broomball, skating, water polo, swimming, iudo and fencing, as well as modified sports such as paddle tennis and pingminton. At the end of the season, the lntra-mural Awards Coffee Party brought sponsors and participants together for the presentation of individual minor awards and unit trophies. 176 A P f. " vi'5?S',hg ,.f , Jw: 2555 ,-,"N,g i, ' I ,- It's Jane Webb and Lois Taylor. Badminton needs much concentration. Physiotherapys Helen Rutherford emerged as the winner in Badminton Singles while Lois Taylor and Jane Webb won the Doubles competition for the Faculty ot Arts. It was the unit of Physical Education however that finished in first place. The intramural Basketball competitions were one of the most exciting activities on the campus this year. Anne McKinnon was the sports man- ager forthe season. The winning Pembina unit included: Carol-Ann Madsen, Eva White, Sandy Tedford, Nancy Parsons, Diane Dillenbeck, Sandy Walters. SM., . - .s..,s2m,.w,,.,, I f ti 2. 177 GOLF The miniature golf tournament was greeted with enthusiasm early in October. Lee Hopper, Joan Pendleton, and Ann McKin- non placed first, second and third, respectively in individual competition. When it was all over, Education, Physical Education, Physical Education and Panhellenic had accumulated the most points as units. 'It's really very simple ARCHERY Pembina was the winning unit in this game of William Tell, followed closely by Education Physical Education. Moe Russell captured number one spot in the individual honors. A little weak inthe knees, 178 Q el C.: We S3139 is f' K was V - -- -1 - ' :ar J! .. -"LA VOLLEYBALL Volleyball turned out to be the most popular intramural sport again this year. It was managed by Carolyn Dyck and ran from January 25 well into February. Of course, every unit was striving to increase Rose Bowl standings, so good natured rivalry was keen. . . . . it went that-a-way! 2' F le- an 4 Q . - ,. , X 4 it S , . ,Qs " ,sl Q V , 'fads 'nh D 5 L ---H N n-,.1fl1'.."f, H A ----" x NK.. 1.1 All eyes on the balll . . . CURLING Curling proved to be another popular sport this year being held at the Balmoral Curling Rink. Mary-Louise Flaig was W.A.A. Sports Manager and it was the unit of Dental Auxiliary that 'swept the house' with the most points. lt's a knock-out. 179 avr.: ow. L-:af fr T . ..ft.!i54y . 'Q' 1,1 . -. ' E ., If . gill' . 1,1 I. 'ff Gum K 1 'il Anything for a picture . . . Sorry we missed the season. BROOMBALL 63.1 1 1 Y - , Y ... . ..r is V " 3 .cf What's that man doing on the ice?l TENNIS It was Marna Moen who managed this intra- mural activity. lnstruction was provided for Those in the beginning stages while the others partici- pated in 'keen' competition. Olive Lee was the winner for singles while the Physical Education unit came away with first place honours. This sport was held in the ice arena and proved to be one of the most hilarious activities of the year. The winning team was Education Physical Education followed respectively by Physical Edu- cation and Home Economics, in second and third places. Elaine Sadd was the sports manager. 53 QTWEQ , iq: l 6 .... " 1 ff. . 1.: - - - X . .i ,' X 5 ' is 'xv l f ff? .. 55.12 fl ' ', N This is the face-off? ij 5. is I 2 ,A .2 , ,. in I , -rr Q! I ,Aw . YJ' IMF r W.A.A. EXECUTIVE. Sitting: Wendy Dahlgren, Sandy Kirstein, Margo Niewchas, Standing: Diane Niewchas, Moe Russell, Ida Thomson. A A f Xfkfd Vv,V ii. ,--- bfixrfex VX T- " ffm f X A 1 . ,rl , 5 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC - ' ASSOCIATION W.A.A. endeavored to successfully promote both intramural and infervarsify athletics among all coeds on campus. Ingenious eh? . . . and ifs full color! l8l I R A is oe: nu- an -an ' ww. MEN'S INTRAMURALS M A A. 182 - 9 -Q -amass iv, f ' Fx nf? is gg imma: . 4,-. .' - ' ,pw A , r- ' ' - - f ,- .. J ' : ' J' 4 M ' ,rn 4,-. - 'KP' .- ' V+ W wg if.,-' ,..,, vm 1 X Flag football once again attracted players from all competing units. 641 participants took part in this year's most popular intramural sport. Education emerged victorious with Lamda Chi Alpha in second place and St. Josephs with Kappa Sigma sharing third spot. Members of the winning team were Anderson, Barker, Keller, Schoenrock, Horn, Kostuv, Wacowich, Olsen, Smith, Springer, Ellenwood and Woiiciki. Optimism, high spirits and lots of enthusiasm led 450 runners to the starting line of this year's two and one halt mile cross country race. Of the 450 enthused starters, only 267 of these managed to cross the finish line. First and second place went to Lamparcl and Churombo of Medicine, while Hnatiuk of Science legged his way to third spot. Unit Winners First: Medicine Second: Arts and Science Individual Winners First: Lampard 75 Second: Burnett 60 Unit: P.D.T. D O U B S Ind.: Lynch-Staunton and MacDonald lP.K.P.l In archery this year, top marksman out of 78 contenders la good turnout for a sport only in its second year of operationl, was Martin Mu- renbuld of Delta Upsilon with Steed lL.D.S.l and McArthur lD.K.E.l in second and third spots. Golf honors went to Skinner lD.K.E.l with a total of 273, with Tarrabain and Prentice cap- turing second spot with a 275 total. The winning unit this year was Phi Kappa Pi. CYCLE DRAG First: Medicine Second: Education Third: D.K.E. Unit Sub Default Final Total Points Total W P.E. 106.5 -20 86.5 P.K.E. 73.5 - 5 68.5 Steve's 68.0 - 5 63.0 This year, Coronation Park hosted this ever in- creasing popular event, with 16 ofthe 22 intra- mural u n its entering teams. Jim Fisher Darwin Semotiuk Fred Shandro Jerry Kozub Tim Kallal fifisisr. 725.252 if if 7.1 Q. A .4 I .rw " A: - 1 . 'r ' . :ff V'AA if-3 , ' 1:?I:U' !:kk9 ?T.. ,,...1?..' 9 " ga." X . ' ' V -Q" If N '5r,. 'Maxx 'K wif .K - I -y el . . 'WT-Q: ff .. .X if , . V .Irv .i a QW- if Q 'Ia .4 wg... .1 . 53 . ' 3.3 1 if , Aliiff- fits ' ' 2.1 1 rm-5 Qff- l,-4 .3 y f xr' ,A '-'LMP P-"fa Tiiw if Y . .i':f:f'f-1-139 ,,. llz- ..-. . Lynden Hutchinson ' 'im SCORES U. of A. .............. 87 U. of A.. ....., 73 U .of A. ...... 67 U .of A. .,... 56 U. of A. ..... 60 U. of A. ..... 49 U. of A. ..... 73 U. of A. ..... 85 U. of A. ..... 34 U. of A. ..... 48 U. of A. ..... .... 5 4 U. of A. ..... 49 ll AIA 7A Randy Spencer Garry Smith Irwin Strifler Doug Hayes Doug Krenz r Q fy ' 4 ix ni , ' v ' f '35 W - T5 ' ff ., 'rv , . U y 595535 M. 1 aa . r ,, , ,vffegx K - "T J ww f . 'f .A . ,. ' N W 4 I I qw? 75' 5'ia':"" N 1 'h ' , - N L Tvsififfn Q J ' ' -y ' W r rf '-f-f X ,E 'gn V V ,," 1'L5g' ,Q , W ' ' ' r N wi V r fx-S ,r a "" ., N ' ' , ' f , , A 5 ' s' - -I , -S A " , ,52 9 x ' ' . ' x KZ: ,a+ a y an fd f q, 1+ .IF Q M QQXK 1, ' . f ,EX T , W kr' .A X A --.,' . A, , Q 1- ,if V ., ,3:,L,t. A A A-A . .Q N , 1, V, ' fa, Iv: ' fx .- ' Jef N39 K si- V ,2 .- " Nestor Korchinsky .X 4562 Z.. xg' Q' :Q ' , ,ffm 3" nv il :QP is 1:4 fx x ., E Q X Xwv 1 at W " -' ex .,.. we FROM THE CPENING WHISTLE Korchinsky soars as Smith and Fisher look on. THE BEARS REBOUNDED WELL, I Hutchin'son ond Korchinsky form ci fearsome rebounding duo as Smith watches in eoger anticipation. yg9'Wl ' -at 'W-0. W' - .,,.,,sq. ' V ...---'- 'N' E' f?W' 1 ull' THE BEARS CHECKED WELL, Sfrifler onempts to block cz shot os Hayes and Krenz look on. Korchinsky comes out on top. "' i . vw 44x .ruaw f - .V is 'TY IIT 4-1.-1---. X.bb. right. .f-ff 4 John Hennessey, o , F? 5. + lone Bear warrior, fights for possession of the ball. ...ab- .. .11- , i .n'4" ..-9,23 fa, i Ei? 'v , A 1:9 AND SHOT WELL, BUT WITH SUPERIOR COMPETITION TO CONTEND WITH, AGAIN FAILED TO DOM- INATE THE W.I.B.U. Under the able hands of rookie coach Jim Munro, the i963- 64 edition of the Bears took on a new look. Using a polished reverse action and fast break offense, the Bears hustled and fought their way through their conference. Gaining a wealth of experience in pre-season exhibition games against the Montana Northern Lights, Malmstrom Air Base, and the Harlem Stars, the Bears opened the season with a pair of victories against U.A.C. followed by back to back wins against Manitoba. After leading both U.B.C. and Saskatchewan at half- time, the Bears dropped four heartbreakers. The remainder of the season saw the Bears fight desperately in hope of finishing second in the W.l.B.U. No one individual can be picked out as a consistent star of the team. Looking at separate series however, we must pick Doug Krenz as the star of the Montana games, Gary Smith as the star of the U.B.C. series, and Doug Hayes as the star against Saskatchewan. Darwin Semotiuk had a great season, but when he was iniured Fred Shandro more than adequately filled in for him. N fa K., .TQ .-2, A rookie coach with only one year's experience, a backbone fb 1 of veterans, as well as a crop of fine rookies, added up to a fine 1' . year. Y .. -um ." if X . .,- X Fisher takes aim Shondro scores Doug Krenz applies the final touch. 'X Q x 3 w, 3 Q tix ww . ,.., cc. MM Q - Y . . Y, , Q- -my .N syy'QsgS.1, x -- 5-:'-:'rfx-- - g ' X -.rlsr-'t-. . 'sk Qggaqtw, 1131.5 Q .uw N. QP spa. Top: Francis Pavelich lmanagerl, Clare Van Oerle, Daryl Springer, Moe Russell, Sandra Kirstein, Hilda Schweitzer, Miss Anderson lcoachl. Bottom: Irene Schultheiss, Marilyn Draffin, Diane Farris, Lynn Busch, Joanne Pittman, Jean Ogle. After winning one of Three games played in Lethbridge and losing two of two in Saskatoon, the Pandas did fairly well in Calgary. There, Teams from the University of British Columbia, University of Manitoba, University of Alberta-Calgary, and University of Alberta-Edmonton, participated in the WCIAA Sports Weekend. The Pandas won two out of four games, de- feating UBC 54-51 on two different occasions. ln the other games, UAE lost to U of M 48-45, and to U of S 72-45. lt seems the other teams did much the same thing since tournament standings showed UAE, U of M and UBC tied for second place. University of Saskatchewan was first and took the Cecil E. Race trophy. 192 CUBS PLACE SECOND IN CITY LEAGUE. From November I4 To February 18, the Cubs, Pandas, Nurses, and The RCAF team competed in the City League. At the end of the season, The Cubs stood in second place, having lost one game to the Nurses and several to the Pandas. As well as These games, The Cubs travelled with the Pandas to play in Saskatoon where they lost both games, Top: Carolyn Quigg lmanagerl, Betty Gordon, Cathy Macleod, Marcia Stevenson, Marno Eva White, Miss Smith. Bottom: Lois Taylor, Myrna Empey, Hilda Schweitzer, Lois Farrington, Myrna Quigg X. .. 193 ' N ASN ' x t 5 3 E it fx i Balance beam routines demand flexibility and coordination. Many hours of practice go into developing gymnastic skills. E Q HAD HOPES FOR FIRST WOMEN GYMNASTS Edmonton's Cheryl Hill placed third in the gymnastics competitions. The Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletics Association gymnastics fought tor the title this year in Edmonton. Three universities, British Columbia, Saskatche- wan and Alberta, sent women to per- form on the balance beam, uneven bars. Free exercise and vaulting were the two other areas ot competition. Final results placed U. of S. first with British Colum- bia ancl Alberta placing second and third respectively. The gymnastics team consisted of Cheryl Hill, Maureen Quigg, Elaine Sadd, Marcia Stevenson, Karma Hirsche, Olive Lee. VOLLEYBALL A good season was enjoyed by the University of Alberta volleyball players. Saskatoon witnessed the girls take first place honors in two different tournaments-the first against University of Saskatchewan, and the second against all the western universities in the W.C.l.A.A. finals. ln the Cal- gary Provincial Open, sixteen teams competed for suprem- zg 'K acy. University of Alberta got right into the finals against an all-star Calgary team but were defeated l5-6 and l5-l 3. E The Panda Volleyball team members are- Miss A, Carson lcoachl, Sharon l MacFarlane lmanagerl, Margo Niewchas lcaptainl, Bette Stacy, Joanne l Moon, Ida Thomson, Bev Hamilton, Myra Petts, Judy Hancock, Judi Cook, Carolyn Dyck, Christi Mowat, Mary Shearer, Laurel Schrnitke, i l l l l l l l l l l CURLING 5 We Standing: Carolyn Dyck, Elaine Souness, Cynthia Lazarenko, Lynn Car- ren, Kneeling: Colleen Mackenzie, Richard Price lcoachl, Mary-Louise Flaig, - Carolyn Dyck lleadl, Mary-Louise Flaig lsecondl, Elaine Souness . lthirdl and Colleen MacKenzie lskipl were chosen after two months of tryout competition among i4 women to represent University of Alberta in the WClAA curling finals in Calgary. The girls came through to capture the Womens Curling Trophy by defeating UAC lO-7 in playoff competition. 195 l 9' - A ,.a 3 41 'S - .g...,, -..., r 0 1 '?" Q ' C 5 mi-,viii -IF - -, . 2 qw- 1 ' - .. N4 - , 722' 13 Q. "7- i1r,.'. if qs., " Ci- -Q "9-ft W , f ' ' I' ? ' W'-'wx-www-x.iQf .Nw ' "'-- - , -X193 . -"' """'5' , ..4'+- , .',i-IZlhima.f.Lx,.' ...H-1.i NVQ! m'YQTT.i-.V . f,...m.u,n-' .1 V -xrim' N..." WOMEN'S INTERVARSITY SPEED SWIMMING 5-3 - 'ln F . 5 F ,R , 3-lf V ' :::: -' D' esS.,"?1L J' . Q,-M Ii , .Qigf-L'i l i ",:i!M.if A., -has nv -.,.. J 4 " -' ' - .4 ...-,,, . --.V . V f-271 'i P AND DIVING - Q fill Women speed swimmers began training in October to prepare for the six meets they competed in this term. The first test of their skills came in November where the eleven member team met the South Side Swim Club in December. Then at the begin- ning ot January, the Calgary YWCA Sharkettes and Winter Club team came to Edmonton to swim against University of Alberta. Calgary won. The tirst out-of-town trip was made to Calgary on January 25, where U of A placed fourth, and the next one took the girls to Saskatoon tor the WCIAA finals. Here, the team placed second to UBC by l7 points. The team consisted ot: Donna Moe, Nance Parsons, Helen Kesner, Gaye Sponell, Mary Amerongen, Bonnie Millar lcaptainl, Lynda Norman, Ann Bentley and Betsy Kato, Divers were Bonnie McPherson and Kay Ogle. The fine form of the swimmers and divers is easily seen when the rnotarrdrive camera captures the action in step-byestep style as is shown in the two sequences of pictures. I. 'irginf f::3i..5'r' ffff- M I if .Q . , Q 'DKK "51- ? Q Q- 'rw-:Aw sin.- .. ,V jr, if-ft 197 GA -4 Sf vs: . Bob Allin Dennis Annesley .am i' 'Q 7?-'v V-.-v John Byrne Garry Canadine -3- '4' -- , 1 1 ii, "'.""-f. 4 .0-'4 1- ' . '1.:fL7'f5' A ff- -' -. 1 su U A-.f w . 5 ,vx,,, Q. -.1 :fx Clem Feldmeyer Jim Fisher , :ar v 'Q' H, 'F3 Doug Hayes Bob Holzer BLOCK 1 eq NH, f W3 225' -:1 John Aubin Gerald Baycroff Bemie Bradley Rennie Bradley is IW' Bert Carron Dave Cmgg John Eccleston Cam Dalgliesh -U- 6. 4 vi' 'T" 1 ,if Jim Fleming Marlin Fritz Clarence Kachman Ron Marfeniuk Lyall McCurdy rx ov 'ff' 5 .si- Y' ws, J sv- ,aff Earl Gray Eugene Gushafy 5 Marv McDonald Doug McTavish Vic Messier Gary Naylor Ken Nielson R A S. f l!" Lance Richards Dale Rippel John Rogers Eric Shelton oss Norminglon Denny O'Donnell Austin Smilh Garry Smith MQ- -ve -7 ,.-I -,, ear' up Stan Slinchcombe Pele Slotharl Gord Valgardson Maynard Vollan Ed Wahl Dick Winlermule ea GINO FRACAS M MURRAY SMITH Foofboll and Wrestling E Swimming CLARKE DRAKE Hockey ond Football o -so Eisf? JIM MUNRO Boskelbcxll - .1 12 Q l Qz. I sf.. 5, 1 r zx. FRANK MORRIS M. HADDOW Football Cross Country ,ra-ve, wr 5 t' W I bk Members of the team included: Ken Stewart, Malcom Kryzonowski, Larry Bird, Larry Speers, Bruce Switzer, Eric Shelton, Vic Messier, Al Machinski, Clarence Kachmon, Al Langord, Denny Christensen, Clem Feldmeyer, Dennis Nelson, Peter Fleming. Once again Gino Fracas coached the musclemen to a successful season. Beaumont Trophy Winner Eric Shelton tor the second year in a row won the trophy, emblematic of the outstanding wrestler of the meet. 200 WCIAA CO- CHAMPIONS On February 2l and 22 the WCIAA wrestling cham- pionships were held in Alberta. Teams competing rep- resented the Universities of British Columbia, Calgary, Saskatchewan and Edmonton. The meet ended with U of A Edmonton and U of Saskatchewan tied for the championship with 41 points each. The U of A came out ot the matches with 4 out of 9 weight division champions. E ,, -fr. ,ve 'Y' if s mi X X if i ,, ' Q 'w r , 1 5' qiA' l " - - XR 1 . 3 4. X 1 wi Q1 A 1 . X A 167 lbs. 191 lbs. 177 lbs. 137 lbs, Vic Messier Bruce Switzer Lorry Speers Eric Shelton WINNERS OF WEIGHT DIVISIONS Q "W" Gln'- A r , P 1' A NK X' 5 in Q 21' Near-Arm Woist-Lock break down by Lorry Bird. C rw' ,Q-'IW X Q., vw-- ,sf ,fy , , .1 , "-was N Q. , Single leg tckedown by Eric Shelton. ' Bruce Switzer turns 0 holf-nelson into cz pin 201 SWIMMING AND DIVING D R Front Row: Murray Smith lCoachl, John Tudor lAss't, Managerl, Bob Holzer lMan- agerl. Second Row: Jim Whitfield, Andy Maclure, Ari Hnatiuk, Brian Heffel, Dick Roberts, John Byrne. Third Row: Rick Wilson, Larry Maloney, Ross Norrnington, Erik Haites, Tom McCready, Jack Rogers, Terry Nirnmon. For the fifth consecutive year Alberta met UBC and the U. of S. to decide the WCIAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Alberta, defending champs, hosted this year's meet at the Var- sity Pool. Excellent performances by veterans Erik Haites, Terry Nimmon, John Byrne, and Ross Norrnington, were not enough to thwart the strong west coast team. In the diving competition only U. of A.'s Jack Rogers placed in the top five. Our first-place finishes were limited to the 400-yd. Freestyle Relay lthe team consisted of Larry Maloney, Dick Roberts, Ross Normington, and Erik Haitesl, and the 200-yd. Breast-stroke: won by Haites, Al- berta's most outstanding swimmer. On the left: l-Erik Haitesg 3-John Byrne, 5-Brian Heffel, UBC swimmers placed 2 and 4, a U. of S. man placed 6. Final Results: UBC-T35 pts., UAE-92, U. of S.-76. 202 'XC fr. x Xi' rg 5 .-.-,. nf V A' ' 'IMA 1225!-s v vm, A ' A--rg, , x 'mga ff 1' ki ....i. , . X , f A, ' A ,g,. i N .N W - . d 9. A A Y ' 'MM i -.. . 1 - f .Z ' Q- ,A S - -,. Q5 mg- 1 , , - "- 5-' ' as.,-' l -vi.. NJ ,. Signal to begin 200-yd. backstroke is given. Swimmers are lost omvdsv the splashes os the roce is on! The high calibre of diving in vhis year s meet kept Erik Hoites . . . on The way to victory. Alberto men well back of rh s 'Q I E' 203 F5 ' . ' 1- 'Trp ,. fl X i . il., , -31.55 X ga ' ' 5 nw A ': ,Q wifi f M: 5- leaders, fe'- -ii 5 GOLDEN BEAR WCIAA x J.---nr- .. 2,9 f Dfw 'rf - sf XJ f'9 Row I: Clare Drake lcoachl, Jim Fleming, Dick Wintermute Eugene Gushaty lmanagerl. Row 2: Dale Harder, Ian Baker, Jim Reaman, Ralf Jorstad, Row 3: Ed Wahl, John Aubin, Dave McDermid, Les Payne, -Q Q9 Q. - at . H i 'HOCKEY TEAM CHAMPIONS w.'?-' xi, 48 45' 5-xv fm- -Q ww! How4e G een Le gh MCM Ilan Ea I G oy B rch Hyde Dove Jenk ns Jule R ppel , '13 Tw, E .4 5 SF s. I ,, S E ,Vex ALBERTA 7 SASKATCHEWAN 3 Paced by a Three goal performance by lan Baker, The Golden Bears skated To an impressive 7-3 victory in the first home encounter of The season. The game was a closely contested one until The Third period when The Bears exploded for five quick goals. The other Bear marksmen were: John Aubin, Ed Wahl and Leigh McMillan who notched a pair. i l ALBERTA 0 - SASKT ALBERTA 0 - SASK I With but nine veterans in the lineup the T964 edition of the Golden Bears Hockey Team travelled to Saskatoon To take on the pre-season favored Uni- versity of Saskatchewan Huskies. The Bears were successful in their opening encounters winning convincingly 4-I and 5-0. These victories were later disallowed as The Huskies protested that the Gol- den Bear's John Utendale was ineligible due to the fact he had played eight games of professional hockey lmaxi- mum allowed to maintain amateur sta- tus is five.l His ineligibility was unknown to him as well as to the Bears, however the Huskies were allowed two l-O vic- tories over the Bears. YJ- ALBERTA 5 SASKATCHEWAN 4 In the second game of the series it was again lon Baker who led the Bears to an exciting 5-4 decision over The tiring Huskies. In The final period Baker tied the game Three-all. The teams were still all even after The first extra session and Baker again saved The day by scoring the winning goal in the second sudden death overtime period. Other Golden Bear scorers were: Dick Wintermute and John Aubin. f Q: .h' g . , J s '- . ' Q S e ,X l W L v I ' 9 TXT s.. s 1 1 ,S " ' fx. 4 ' 'T' -jg' ..-' N .. ' . Y? 'N ' . A ' 1. . 5 12'-5?-" . ,. fi 5'1" "- y g. tx Q S ,L '. figtg.-gift? vi, I , .. .angry 'A - ' -' us - A i f '- ll ...Q , at . 1- , 1. ff, ,... x R is-1: we 1-fr x nqzg! mai . .tate . ' .ith Q Dole Harder, Bear goalie, robs U of S Huskie sixth goal in two gomes to give U of L X A-, " I N, 4 At right Ion Boker H41 scores his A o clean sweep ot their home series with U of S. x f f X 4 N' .J The Golden Beors, who had previously easily hdndled the Thunderbirds ot the Coast, showed their poorest torm ot the seoson os they took o 5-O drubbing by the some University ot British Columbia Thunderbirds, Everything vvent wrong for the Beors in the contest ond despite the tdct thot they outshot ond out-played the visitors they were unoble to dent the seemingly unpenetrotoble ormour of UBC goolie Jock I-lorris who turned oside 42 shots in registering his shutout. my -x-his A NN iv ' 4, xi?-Y-"f ,f i if? .J 'M 1 A " is f. is . .fl us-"xx it ' W 5' """' T . .. Wlygifl' 5- V , f' .1 .- 5. s n 'ff Sf' ' ' vi-H ---W Q Q 6 ' ' xvffi- - 9. ' x av-1 , l gr .,,s sw t ff -im, 'll .", X 5. 3, - X Q-. -Q Q ' bl K Q . A ff' O ,E - . S. r N' 207 ii ALBERTA 3 MANITOBA 2 At Varsity Arena The Bears continued their winning streak against The Manitoba Bisons. In The first game ot the series The Bears were hard pressed to eke out a 4-3 decision which ended with The Bisons pulling out all stops in an attempt To gain The Tying marker, Atter iumping to a 2-O first period lead The golden ones relaxed, allowing the Manitoba crew To knot the count aT 2-2 as The second period drew To a close. From that point on The Bears were Torced To play solid hockey To dispose of Their determined visitors. After an exchange ot goals in The third period Earl Gray lwho had iust returned to the Bear Iineupl scored the winner To complete his two goal performance. Other goal getters for The Bears were: lan Baker and Terry Bicknell. Dale Harder in the Alberta nets was called upon to make only T6 saves. ALBE RTA 9 'mg ' 54: -I' in .J 1 .11 - iss, 5, 19 71:34 5.4, aj: il B R ITI S H C O I. U M B IA 3 -, -7"-fi'?a5'f"Tfl3fZf s xfsi . - ' U71 . ' -'nn 'Fari- .rxs .. sv A.:Q5g-.xisaigsgp J! S 6, .O" K 208 ln the second encounter of the week- end it was all Bears as they took a 3-T Tirst lead and Then added six more counters in The last two periods. Ian Baker continued his pace in The lamp lighting derby as he scored Twice for the winners. Terry Bicknell also notched two markers and singletons were added by: John Aubin, Ed Wahl, Fleming, Leigh McMillan and Dale Ripple. The game was an extremely hard hitting affair and the Bear's Aubin and Baker tailed to answer the bell for The Third period due To a broken nose and a severe charley horse respectively. The Bears outshot the 'Birds 53-21. NM' 1 ALBERTA 5 - MANITOBA 2 The second game of the two game series saw the Bears spot the Bisons a I-O lead and then score five unanswered goals for the 5-2 victory. The Teams set an extremely rugged pace through the first two periods, but, having played two games in 'as many days, slowed down in the third period. Goalegetters for the Bears were: Ian Baker, Jim Flemming, Dave McDermid and Ed Wahl who notched a pair. BEARS TAKE WCIAA CHAMPIONSHIP ln Winnipeg, by virtue of their sweep of the final two games of the season played against the Manitoba Bisons, the Golden Bears finished the regular season lay in sole possession of first place. Coach Drake was especially pleased P with the fine play of his defensive unit as well as the outstanding netminding er. Forward Howie Green played his finest two games of of goalie Dale Hard the season for the Bears contributing three timely goals in the winning cause, This win gives Alberta the right to travel to Kingston March 13 and I4 as western representatives to the national collegiate hockey championships. 44 'H-saint. r if Z Q U.. vi ' , -..U ..I-. X 1 ,,,-r -"' -' ' , 4. '-"" ,Q 4 Qs- , , fx: 5 'V' . F 4 mf .f , 1 f . ,sg .f in F ' 5, I In X , D4 ,I f Lf, -f I --an I tfiifu A -ga skill' N2 N m,'9i?,,-f:fa,ffz I 1ii:9fl"l", ' Ji ' f if-W 454- f , , , Ian Baker lI4l scores again-this time against the University of Manitoba Bisons, lNote the puck in the bottom left hand corner of the netl. 209 5 i F R rv- ---....,,1',,,, " MEN'S N S -ix I X , i J 3 S 1 i kb i - 'X x T -4 3 Ns' 210 CURLING The Varsity curling Team finished in a tie for third place in WCIAA competition. Skipped by Jerry Wiebe, The "rock and broom men" followed UAC and Saskatchewan respectively. Lead Ed Mclntyre, second Dick Sandilands, third Bill Mitchell, and skip Wiebe. E. AND G. SPORTS STAFF This year's happy group included: Clarence Kashman, Dianne Hollingsworth, Peter Todesco, Joan Bonner, John Mclnnis, Dianne McConnell, David Shugarman lEditorl. Missing: Tom Radford. 1 4'-.- 7, Lt, Q, ' y v My 'g. 'V ,l , .-,.'. ,. . ,Z 1. -...U --W., 9.2 - ' ' ' 111.-, L r gg.. V ,V W, , -.,11vgf1,1,:.-- u , - I ', lx' 1, ' ' 5 "fi 1 1, LS'SX"a' 'W ii-159' 'I l -vi,--imf-V ' :Q ' -'LL 455955,-E, Q-, ,..A im 2,353 riff ffpg.H:,f--Ti5- A J ..- -Ak mf.-V-G ,W .q,.5 'q.f,QlZf ..m , ff. x .-ff g. A-,V 1,453 . III' H K .sign , '-. Q "j--M ,Meg-, lg.:-Qff?f."Tv V A.. 'K felf, . " fd: I Q Y f Nurs- .1 Vf., ,N Q F i' '7':H34"W'.'L1 1 I ' , I ' ' J sy. 'N , ,- I' Ti J- fr , A ' r f . I 9 A 1 . -f f nl, V 4 J , - .iv E. 1 , . -'N Q z 9495: V. f .., ,, "I-2.1 J, .. - T 2 jygqvnj -- , ,gf ...-,, 1,4 ,.: L' Z' FX SCHOLASTIC AWARD Bastiaan Cornelis van Fraassen Lieutenant Governor's Gold Medal Richard John Wesley Hodgson Governor General's Gold Medal as 'TS' William Scott Allison Gold Medal in the Faculty of Arts James Howard Whittle Ronald Raymond Tanguay Gold Medal in the Faculty of Science T. Eaton Co. Gold Medal in Commerce 212 WINNERS - 1963 'TIITP Nora lsclbelle Clwell Sheldon Mervin Chumir Clarence Sanson Gold Medal Horace Harvey Gold Medal in Law in Education Richard Douglas Tingle George Bligh O'Connor Silver Medal in Law 5 X Y "-""b',4 -Q-JF' Margaret Ann Stout Albert Vital Carron P"eVeY Mem0"lUl Gold Medal Gold Medal in Physical Education in Household Economics - 213 A SCHOLARSHIP AWARD A Qu. I Frank Lowell Peterson Alberta Dental Association Gold Medal Egon Nikolai Arthur D. Cumming Gold Medal in Dentistry Craig Evan Harrold Henry Birks and Sons Gold Medal in Engineering Joseph Douglas Wright Society of Chemical lndustry Merit Award 214 Lorne Henry Baldwin Alberta Pharmaceutical Association Gold Medal WINNERS -1963 wr, ani' Carol Dianne Stuart Elliot Asher Phillipson ' Dental Hygiene Gold Medal Mosher Memorial Gold Medal in Medicine Edgar Garner King John W. Scott Honor Award in Medicine Brian Richard Matas Richard Terrence Brownlee E. A. Johnson Scholarship J. J. Ower Gold Medal in Pathology in Opthalmology Q 215 SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS I963 B Alexander Reginald Watts Rosemarie Dalgliesh S S Spanner Prize In Psychiatry Associated Hospitals of Alta Gold Medal Carol Ann Eggen Arthur Stanley Memorial Prize -HL Gerald Marvin Coen Alberta Institute of Agrologists Medal Harvey Robert Knull Western Canada Society Horticulture Prize 216 EXTRA CURRICULAR AWARDS John Sinclair Burns Wendy June Dahlgren wa Women Lorne Calhoun Memorial A 1 Morgoref Anne Dodds Moimie Show Simpson Trophy s Canadian Club of Edmonlon Award Sonic Marilyn Kulko David Edward Jenkins Florence E. Dodd Prize J. D. O, Molhersill Memorial Award 217 RHODES SCHOLAR Arthur Wesley Cragg an ,li . . The Rhodes Scholarship is tenable at the University of Oxford. ln order to be eligible for the scholarship a can- didate must be a Canadian or British subject and un- married. He must be between the ages of nineteen and twenty-five and have completed at least two years of University study. In making nominations, Committees will have regard selfishness and fellowship, exhibition of moral force to the qualities laid down in that section of the Will of character and of instincts to lead and to take an written by Mr. Rhodes, in which he defined the general interest in his fellows, physical vigor, as shown by type of scholar he desired: fondness for or success in manly outdoor activities. Literary and scholastic attainments, qualities of man- The Winner of The award in 1964 is Wes Cmgg, G fourth hood, truthfulness, courage, devotion to duty, sym- year philosophy student. pathy for an protection of the weak, kindliness, un- Her Maiestys Government in the United Kingdom has established a number of Fellowships to enable Canadian engineering graduates to take post- graduate training in the United Kingdom. The fellowships will cover the costs of transportation, tuition fees and maintenance and be tenable normally for a maximum period of two years. The winners of the T963 Athlone awards were Joseph Wright and Walter Harrison. Walter Harrison Ari-iLoNE FELLowsHiP """' wiNNERs - 1963 Joseph Wright 21 8 N? x VALEDICTORY JEAN E. L. COTE Mr. Cote took part in university political activities before joining the Men's Economics Club and the History Club, be- coming the president of the latter. He was also one of the Alberta delegates to the World University Service 1963 seminar in Pakistan, and was a co-winner of the Clinton J. Ford Moot Court Shield. The Alberta Law Review is edited by him. The best interests and present and future prospects of British North America will be promoted by a Federal Union under the Crown of Great Britain, provided such Union can be effected an principles iust to the several provinces." -London Resolutions, December 4, l866. One hundred years ago this summer a ship from Canada anchored in the harbour at Charlottetown, and a small boat put out, bringing ashore Macdonald, Brown, Cartier, Galt, McGee and other leading members of the new Canadian coalition government, They had come to attend the conference on Maritime union in Charlottetown, and before they left, they had set in motion the train of events which led to the Confederation of all the British North American provinces, and the formation of the third largest country in the world. Today, however, this feat is often a cause not for pride and reioicing, but is the target of comment ranging from concern and doubt to alarm and villification. Why? We are citizens of this nation, and are about to take our place among its electors, so that we cannot ignore the alarms which have been sounded. Therefore, let us ask ourselves whether the life and times of Confederation are at an end, and whether the Union has indeed outlived its usefulness. Canada and the Maritimes in the l86Os were faced with a num- ber of immediate problems, both economic and political, but the solu- tion which Sir John A. Macdonald and George Brown adopted was chosen for other more far-reaching reasons. They built a new nation stretching from Atlantic to Pacific, and there were two things which spurred them on, The first purpose was to ensure our continued identity as a separate nation, mingling yet not obliterating our double cultural tradition, lest we disappear into the melting pot of the power- ful republic to the south. The second was to give our new nation economic resources and capacity, so that we might not only stand unaided in the community of nations, but might prosper and flourish. A united Canada stretching from coast to coast possesses immense natural wealth, extensive tariff-free markets for our products, and a powerful tax base for government and defence such as no single province could hope to attain. We in Western Canada have a special cause to be thankful for all this, for it was this Union alone which brought the tide of westward American immigration in the 1890s onto our Prairies as immigrants, and not harbingers of Manifest Destiny, so that today we are Canada's new economic frontier, and not another Oregon, The Thirties brought an economic crisis which few parts of Canada could have survived alone, least of all the Prairies, yet the united resources of nine prov- inces saw us through. Newfoundland, the last part of British North America to remain outside Confederation, had to surrender her inde- pendence, Canada did not. This is an age when the world is seeking economic power through trading blocs and common markets. Canada is today one of the largest 9 of these trading blocs, possessing a wealth and variety of natural re sources equalled by few, and a potential for development of resources and industry equalled by none. It is the responsibility of every one of us to bear this continually in mind, and to support every government measure for the development of our economy through increased foreign trade, immigration, and northward expansion, The goals of Canada are not purely economic, however. Canada was founded by the French, then conquered by the British, and every part of Canada was originally settled by either French- or English- speaking colonists, Therefore, neither language and cultural tradition is paramount, and there is a moral obligation on all of us to see that both flourish. For the same reason, other languages have not the same paramount role, not only because the great majority of Canadians are either English or French speaking, but also because whenever persons of other tongues came to Canada they came to a country which was English and French, and knew that these were the languages which they would have to speak. This is not to say, however, that we should adopt the American ideal of the melting pot, and it is precisely because we are willing to allow all cultural traditions to flourish in their diversity, that it is of such importance that Canada's independence be maintained. These are the reasons, therefore, why the basic structure of Canada's constitution must remain as it is. Adjustments may be necessary, such as more complete bilingualism in parts of the Federal Civil Service, or more adequate revenue for the provinces, but the basic framework is indispensable. A citizen, for instance, should be able to deal with the Federal Government in Ottawa or the Quebec Government in Quebec or Montreal in either language, and may justly expect some recogni- tion and use of both languages in those parts of Canada where there are sizable numbers of both French- and English-speaking inhabitants, But surely no one can reasonably expect to deal with the post office in Nanaimo in French, or the post office in La Tuque in English. More harmony on these language questions would be produced if both sides sought the solution the most convenient for substantial numbers of people, rather than seeking to enforce rights and principles to their utmost extent, Therefore, we must approach Canoda's problems during the next few years with a sense of proportion, and a spirit of tolerance and patience, Many demands will be made by one group or another, which we must support the Canadian and Alberta governments in receiving in a spirit of compromise and healthy scepticism. lf we will only remem- ber how small are our problems compared to what we have achieved in our first century as a nation, and if we will only realize that the basic structure of our Constitution is sounder today than it was in l867, we will approach every new problem confident that it will be solved through calm understanding and cautious adjustment, Let us do this, that our grandchildren may remember this as the decade in which Canadians, having learned to talk to one another, to understand one another, and to trust one another, turned their energies united to the development of a greater Canada. J. E. Cote. CLASS HISTORY BENTLEY Le BARON Hopefully we awoke. Hopefully we were not too com- fortable here, or if we slept comfortably land most of us were exceedingly snugl, hopefully we were shaken or jarred into morning. I don't mean that waking up is necessarily an all-at- once sort of thing, rather it is the sort of thing that ought to keep happening over and again. Nor do I imply that we all slept until we were the class of '6-4. I know that there are some newly awakened, some yet mid-distance between dream and recognition, many sleep-talking still, in our graduating year. I want to present the history of our class as of a waking up. Perhaps in one quick thrust, perhaps over a gradual and torturous time, perhaps in daily or irregu- lar repetition, we have been letting ourselves into aware- ness. If some of us did not wake up even once or twice, we weren't in the class, weren't at university, haven't been here at all. Bodies filling space! These have no part in my history. I shall not speak of our measurable history. We pres- sed and tagged and Ieapfrogged over SUB expansion and election triumphs, over debating trophies and tro- phies of several sorts, over parties and tests and rugger and hockey and the inevitable coffee-conversations we take such pride in. Some of those that were with us were crowded aside, or have faded underfoot, some are held upright by the iam of numbers, others found those gilded keys for which they yearned, and have unlocked monstrous doors. We have received unending waves of dignitaries, and solemnly or suddenly bestowed our- selves upon conference-minded colleagues elsewhere. We have danced, and revelled, and studied late. We have lifted library books and forgotten to read them. We have acted, we have sung. For the most part we have played the game, and most of us wear a copy of the rules more-or-less committed to heart. The Game! But to play the game is not to awake, for the game is a dream and a carrousel. I do not say that a wakeful man may never dream in daytime, with open eyes, or that he must not sit down to play at cards with the others-but he will not be bound and measured by the rules, for he is his own rule. I do not ask that every man get off the merry-go-round, but that he admit it is a toy horse he rides. Some awakened, and for them the game is wide open now. Somehow there came a hint, or a hurt, or an adder of scores, that made us see and care. The game served us well when we lost a serve and it cost us dear. The game served us well when it pushed us be- yond expectation, when it fatigued and frustrated us, when it ended without a decision. When we reached deep into unknown sources of energy-then we found motivation greater than the game. We found sympathy, or strange unanswerable questions, or un-tellable art. We learned the sort of communication with ourselves that showed us how to reach out to our opponents. We made tentative live contact, then, with a few others who seemed to offer something of that same richness which we recognized but so imperfectly brought out of ourselves in exchange. And afterwards we stood back at the edge, again, to evaluate. We built some theories about the game, and when we played again we saw that the game is more various than any theory. We left off playing, when we felt our- selves fevered with asking and prodding and dissecting. Why these parties, these parliaments, these perplexities of you and me? Why me? Why this madness of why? We could not answer-but we learned to shut up some- times and listen for quiet answers. We became humble, though not before authority, our modesty is iudiciously tinctured with arrogance. We grew reverent-toward sex, and suffering, and the sun- rise-but not toward mystery babylon. We are balanced -but hopefully not too balanced. We learned to value honesty, which means we would show ourselves as we really are. We did not learn anything about perfect systems or absolute beauty. We brushed against the dark side, and learned a very great caring, for with all our great alone- ness, we, too, we proud ones, are the poor, the ignorant, the sick-out there. When we awoke, we recognized something in us-it had been well layered over- something akin to the despair of him beyond this ivory bubble, the despair of that man and that woman for whom the game is no amusement but ever a sordid and terrifying travesty on life. We awoke to suffering, and it may be that we shall not dream innocent dreams again. We woke up to paradox, to polarity and contradic- tion, to isolation up against elusive inter-penetration, to ambiguities of sun and shadow, which we came to value. The crack-in everything God has made-is to let in light. Of course some cannot quit the game, for how can they quit who never learned to play? Some don't dream at all, and that is tragic. But these are not here-my history concerns them little. Some have never known a passion for quality, or for questions. They may be content-who can know?-yet we are not them. For some, our years of university have been a useful tool. I was happy to come here, for I wanted the sort of intellectual discipline and the sort of social freedom one may find here. I am happy to leave here, for I carry curiosity with me. I leave without lingering or regret, much as I lay off my overcoat with the springtime. How can I tell of you? You are awake, you are great, yet you are small and hidden. You are. Looking with side-curved head curious what will come next, Both in and out of the game and watching and wondering at it. -Whitman V Im, Q Q, .fi iT x ' j f-.j1.l'? - ,J 'hi , . 17 A Q9-'. . l"+-"1 9' JT' Fvifiilf-f , 15 rm-5,5 . i - 'x' ' ,- - 1 5, I 1 F-.,. gv --rf Y 1 ,,, .wr , 4 . . - , if "'-' - , ' . ,M?-132' A 'Z Ax-" f. 5 lg. :I ', 34- 5. ,Q L4f1.x- ..f-fr . 213- r -Q, ' -fp " ' A ,vi , :ff 13,3-' 1, ' I. . . 1 J, - Gm - . 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Freshmen meet new friends at the inaugural tea. x f-fi we ' 'T F of 21123 EFA 222 .1 M FRESHMAN INTRODUCTION WEEK From the initial tea held on Sunday, September 22, through the diverse activities of Fresh- man Introduction Week and cul- minating in the Formal Admis- sion Ceremonies, a full sched- ule of entertainment awaited the frosh. Many freshman stu- dents attended the Activities Night held in the Physical Edu- cation Building. Others found that the mock Oxford Debate was enlightening. Various cam- pus groups vied for the ser- vices of the new students. A rookie night offered by the Gateway and an opportunity to learn the art of radio an- nouncing from U of A radio seemed to be most favorably received. Enioyed by all Fresh- man students was the Gold Key reception. Featured enter- tainment was the Take Fours, a well-known campus folk- singing group, On Friday, the civic reception held at the Sales Pavilion drew a great number of students. A final highlight to the week was the Steak n' Stomp on Saturday evening. .,f"v ff' 'S Xxx xxx Chess proved popular among freshman, Bock-rubbing was the ultimate in '63. A is "'+-ki .,' X ,J ,. I igvfssus.-c, sgxz N--N. - 'sk . .1 . sp. -sv-'fm ,ip-1 s -' - i -r-.sn-O..- ' - Y' , Sffiw-eggsignx i x X 'Q . sg 'Hs-...F 3 el . FQ 'sas--., ,, 'F ' L at .f k - I7' Q """'w- -.-.K ' '1 : .. - as ,X ,N.-..,- --s - N , . ff! I E . . M,.,,f wxfz NW - .1 ""'Nw3L'. x . ' V,--ff f,,,,-"t"s" -- v 9-E K ,Xu Xfff X 'QB X V l Z b-'sgxixs Y TEL " V A X ,S- xgssl X S- E - ,M X XX Z fas'E7Tt'w- ?..s , NR Lu., 223 .1 ...J 1 f-K, Y. ig! X , During Activity Night, freshmen witnessed benefits of sound physical constitution gv' ui- :s.,.,g:ei-1--- Q rl: :M g g- ., I . , , 6:-...."' - ?"",:: 'ar-E -5 " :sz ., 1-'-v--.-.11vN'-:m r-' 4 J" . - - Eff'-::,+7L7:HzE1:"""'5""a': "'..2i. . .wage .gk -. 4- ,qc.. , V, , - , 1-- ' x ?"s ""S,'f7 Lv its- ,M -cg ' :sr ----f--' i ' f'i? 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Which club or organization to ioin, what courses to take and what books to buy were only a few questions faced by new students. What seemed to cloud and confuse the picture even more was the loca- 5""-we ' tion of various buildings on campus. Countless were the times when the kindly advice of upperclassmen was solicited. More than one freshman Fi! was moved to thank the world for a courteous senior. It remained only for time to eventually answer all freshmen questions. When that moment arrived male and female frosh alike wondered aloud why people claimed that university was bewildering. After all, weren't upper' classmen utterly confused during X registration? ' tu """'-A-s,,,, I f ' Although utter confusion reigned during registration some students knew what they wanted - to help or to promote? Registration Part A, proved to be an elusive object for fresh- men and upperclassmen alike. One senior was moved to 4 comment, "I have a dreadful image of some small girl coming up to me about mid-February and saying, 'Can you tell me where I can find Part 4 of registration? Shudderu. 225 Q 'af .175-M: 1,- 4--wn,, V , ' . 9 .9 , ff' ., :" , ,-4? 5 ,L-fs' A , "Lf-4 A-PW. . .a ' s . -.:- . . , 1.1 ls.. v ,,, F-Q 1- Captivated by the magic of some Seniofs words of wisdom, freshmen looked on with an air of awe. Through the Gold Key Reception and the various dances held throughout the week, Freshmen were introduced To The types of extra-curricular activity they could expect to attend on compus during the coming seven months. It remained for Doctor Johns to impress the fact that the new students were expected to attend to their studies in the first place and their personal entertainment, secondly. This university truth was reaffirmed at the Formal Ad- mission Ceremony. Only in each individual mind could this fertile idea come to rest. To those who embraced it, a diploma in '67 can be expected. Some were even more owe-struck than others. 4 One moment witnesses our young, unassuming freshette laughing, holding bonds with her odmirer The long orm of the low intercedes and arrests our heroine for conduct in public unbecoming of 0 young lcdy. . .the iudging . . , the sentencing . . . fifteen minutes of penonce sitting on the iudge's knee. 227 in 4 consecutive new REGISTRATIQN What was thought to be a simplified and directed form of registration proved to be the exact opposite. The impact of registration fell on freshman upperclassmen alike. lBM cards, direction pointers and signs, Class schedules and wary commissioners were the order of the day. Confusion and Turmoil was evident throughout the week. There are even a few people to 'fell us where we should be going. 'L N mst YIAR STUIJLNID , um Lm T YEARS A . num Ie e- ' i SUBSE KEEP mum NEST YEAR STUDENT KUP Lili THETNMILEHS O my God' K HND CONFUSION ,AS u t e x Q, N I ,I . 5, "",nw fi , J li il' f. ,iii" lllfsf There must be some step I left out. I missed something. 1 .W , 5 REGISTE Somehow the commissioner seems to be amazed that we made It thus far Handing in your acquired IBM cards meant a completed regnstratton, but most students lust felt finished. jf' sh: frm.-1,-', " 229 , 1 l"s SG' J A . . W -me l., '- ,. 535 ,. , . ' E X I 1 t ,. ,gfgf . ,.-ff t , -' ... fy, ' a -Aff. Ml" ' Vlfivr 5 v x A - ' ,, E.,+'x.,.:w. ff s 'X 'L-ima W . 1 ' -- I --1 ,i QL 2 ' , 1 . ' " at V. , Q ., ,. y l V- ?, ' ' 1 , ' 5 . f , M 1 m?:,',w' ea. ,, 'ini 'dt' 5 " af 4 1 ' CNY' 1 1 . A I 2 s - 3 'ff , ,tw , Vw -1. .. ,. by 9 ti: 1 , ,gt Q r X .. M . W , 3 , gm. Zigi' , 5 S J e- I Us J 1 ' J V 1? 1 1 f ' U V ,fr x Q ' , 'Y D gg ' ' saw? A 5. ft 1 A ' V-'ff' " 'fx .'ffi,,. 91 81 A ' Q ' as .ii y 4 X ' ', , iv 4 sk "' 4' 2' t 3 4 9-W , 5 s 4 -4 Q, -,fl W i 1 "' , ' x sv . 1 ,A fo? , BLOCK "A" CHOOSES MISS FRESHETTE this .,,, If I concentrate hard enough, maybe I won't step on her feet. This year's choice tor treshman queen proved to be an even more difficult task than any other previous year. Faced with tive personable ancl beautiful candidates, Block "A" finally chose Miss Patti Wynn as "Miss Freshetteu. Chosen on the basis of beauty, poise and personality, the newly crowned queen will reign till the end of the academic year. Block "A" presented corsages to the queen contestants. I V 1 i 1 Q7 .Y va? i .1 AQM?-i Iizfqf It 1 1. . i Patti Wynn "WFT ' we ,I :ami 'W- "Miss Freshette" t is Q ,. .,,I , N 230 FOOTBALL WEEKEND 4 A much-awaited and well-liked feature of the sports year is football weekend. Held on a weekend in ear- ly October it typifies the spirit and festive mood of the autumn season. In coniunction with football weekend are held various Homecoming exer- cises. The climax of the festivities is the Saturday afternoon football game. lt provides an occasion for everyone to cheer Alberta on to vic- tory. As the effigy begins to burn, the ceremonial chant for an Alberta victory is heard, uni' 45 '9 3, s -4 le y b is , fl utr! Q . 5 I 3. Ag .1 3 9-r 5 1 . A " fx., . ' I 6f,,:.s. s f ,... ,.. 4 5 4 s, Y 1 if The helmet of the effigied football player burns quickly away as the fire, encouraged by the shouts of football enthusiasts leaps higher and higher. The U of A cheerleading squad emphasizes the fact that pep rallies are enioyed by alll S Q NATIONAL CONGRESS The National Federation ot Canadian University Students met in its 27th Annual Congress at the University ot Alberta trom September 20th to October 5th. The Congress is the supreme policy making and legislative body of NFCUS, which is the National Student Union. The major topic considered at this year's Congress was biculturalism. Another topic placed under consideration was academic free- dom. lt was at this time that RCMP investigations were underway on a num- ber ot Canadian campuses. It was generally felt by all delegates that even though extremely dissented points ot view were expressed on certain subiects, a great deal of important subiect matter was resolved. The NFCUS chairman enlightened the banquet with humorous anecdotes. Dave Jenkins CUS President X J? I 2 Premier Manning X 5 QS.-X -9 X ULTIMATUMS AND COMPROMISES CHARACTERIZED THE CONVENTION During the course of debate on bi- culturalism, Quebec delegates led by the University of Montreal, threatened to sever all ties with English-speaking stu- dents. According to Mister David Jenkins, NFCUS President, the French-speaking students felt that NFCUS was not ade- quately recognizing their rights and the only remedy was for them to form their own wing. The French leaders pointed to the recent French-English splits in national groups such as the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Social Credit Party for justification. As difficult and delicate the situation seemed to be, it was amicably solved by a last minute compromise. The 27th Congress unanimously passed nine resolutions which established a division in the lower structure of NFCUS to in- corporate French and English caucus. By making an honest effort to meet the problem in a forthright manner a solu- tion, agreeable to all, was obtained. Some of the delegates who attended the con eriton 31,5 1,"' UIIIIJLJI 4 'UZ . is w Ll. 4 P ah. g3f.l " Blitz Doy emphasizes the generosity and cooperation of the Blitz Chairman, Jim Foster, devoted numerous hours to the many students who took part in the canvassing of small organization and promotion of a successful campaign. businesses. Finally - o donation! 'arab N? . iw N For the energetic blitz canvassers, nourishment "of sorts" was provided at the awakening breakfast. Preparation for blitzkrieg! Sw """P"A-L. i. .Q .x... ir Nr 1 , i.- - M " , L r fx, -s f A E' --Y SA: has ,,"""'- so 'va 234 i UB .., . I fi 5 I . :':?iLi9Xf ff . . N? At the international hootenanny various countries provided entertainment typical of their respective nations, Proceeds were donated to W.U.S. W. U. S. ACTIVITIES Once again the Treasure Van made its annual visit to the U of A Campus. This year proved to be even more successful than those in the past by sur- passing the previous Canadian record ot sales by five thousand dollars. Its operation involved more than one thousand students helping in the promo- tion and selling of the unique articles which came from all over the world. Proceeds of the venture are to further the aims of the World University Ser- vice. f , An exotic Japanese doll Wineskins again proved to be one of the most popular items. I '- , at w,,,a ., v Abalone gewellery was admired by a .-Y' Nl f' 'x I f' il .N JJ -5 x L .7-is it 'N 2 R" 'ff . l,:'t'- 'I U Q-f :J ef 1 All I X Q 235 .- Eedecked in cowboy boots an attentive councillor questions executive consisting of Wild Wesley Cragg Finger Chewing Elinor Johns STUDENT COUNCIL 1 SETTLED MAJOR ISSUES Student Council this year, despite criticism to the opposite, proved to be efficient and well organized. Among the more prominent achieve- ments of the council were a newly negotiated yearbook contract increasing the size of the book yet decreasing the cost, assisting in the establishment of an entertainment circuit, hosting ofthe National Congress of the Canadian Union of studentsg reorganizing of the Students' Union Office both in terms of utilization of space and in personnely and finally, the examination of SUB Expansion proposals. The train trip to U.B.C. proved to be one of the more riotous weekends for football enthusiasts -- and others. S? Lk ,.rr. SSI, , 1 , W -S Nl ix Ski 236 7' FS :W . P N3" A .-a ,H 4 .p:E."fI . Qi-V.: ', H -Vt' 'A-5 - " Q Q ' ?r' 5'1xiF""H-.- K t J. s 5' if 'EM S 'S gil ' zip? A 2' rf f .ew i' , 11195 'li' 1 ' wi .1 'if . av mi. x.,,f.-3. ..,-5. X + Jw , 'Q ,N Q 4 .1 , . ef 5 pix 45 -A' N v- x ,,s K Y' N P P A model of future SUB. r. J W .2 l 0 z.. ' ,sg . Q, ,,.,.- .,,,w,.e A s.wi..iin-A-qu. 237 SUB EXPANSION The much awaited findings and proposals of SUB Expansion committee were unveiled December I at Students' Council meeting. President Cragg's introduction of SUB Expansion Committees ideas and plans were well received by most interested observers. QQ!Q'15f-T?" QP 'QS ia fmllnxfff Lui 651 GS :left Stl l1srein,1MgCJllCf1sf'f'l U"'f'3f'I?mdLm,fE Squdx hevdlg ckallgnggg. Hfcmmeriui HNJLQTGJKKHIE if-j 'Jude I kr ygqqggefjel wks Pfminq? L' HW Cw,:.,j510xodA,D1fsve iv Lf ,IGH 54 ILE flrmfd Su-viqisj B-1f'Jif1g On Rgimbt-V NVE Yltxfdf ,' 'd ' 1, R53 E,'t'CEKLlcg6 353333 md M2 fl. M faclmibif' U ' ' ,5Qflf,d2 I Q! 1 5j'E'x'.'J, r,g3-1w'lf- N C1 4 QUQ. L A ' V1 A V I4 l QMS N R Ki in E 5 I A :iii ff, ,f VAKK Ly CLUB '64 Wauneita Council WAUNEITA SOCIETY The Wauneita Society was established in 1909-lO to promote friendship among women students attending the University of Alberta. "Wauneita" in the Indian Language means "kindhearted". Located upstairs in SUB is the unique and beautiful Wauneita Lounge, decorated in knotty pine with maroons and greens enhancing the atmosphere of the bravery and unity of the tribe Wauneita. Here new Freshettes become loyal members of Wauneita at the candlelight initiation ceremony held during Freshmen Introduction Week. Other activities such as the annual formal titled "Autumn Serenade" this year, The Big and Little Sister program, coffee parties and the Annual White Gift Christmas Party are all part of the closeknit Wauneita Society. Once again the Wauneita Society has enioyed a successful year and looks forward to many more of the same. PAYUK UCHE KUKEYOW-KUKEYOW UCHE PAYUK each for all and all for each ,, . C. 'Q K, :-31. A.-A, . ,afff X r . ffm fjgf' .1 J ,ff jfg ,jx ff 4 240 ,-1, A N , , Q ' . RX, rf '. Mrs, Sparling, Dean of Women, formally greeted the people afrendmg Wauneifa Formal. WAUNEITA FORMAL The receiving line proved To be a popular way of meevrng campus leaders. AN ORIGINAL HISTORY OF MEDICINE 'CF 3' -, 1 QQ Mummy is well wrapped tonight! MED - QUEEN - IQ64 Med Show '64, directed by Dick Bowen, once more proved to be a highlight of the entertainment season. Held in Studio Theatre, the show was sold out at every per- formance. Those who did manage to obtain tickets were pleased with the many humorous and risque skits. The melodious songs at the Gallstone Singers and the Tale of the Egyptian Daddy highlighted the first halt of The program. "Through the Looking Glass- Darkly" presented by the Class of '64 closed the program on a some- what sarcastic note. Cleopatra fully clothe: 4 3 1, -ii ,itil 'qi 2 1 This Shock Shook the World. Founfom of Youth runs wet! 243 U of A's Playboy Bunny! !IQnn- Nm., David Shugorman-Constitutionolist lon Pitfield-Liberal Gordon Young-Progressive Conservative Robin Hunter-NDP Preston Mann ing-Social Credit MODEL PARLIAMENT CAMPAIGN DULL It was clear, after an extremely dull campaign, that campus political feelings, whatever they were, were not very strong. The Liberal and Conservative parties, through the course of the campaign followed the principles of their national parties closely, adding details calculated to appeal to the university student. New Democrats, attempting to in- crease their vote in residence, took the most open stand against the increase in residence rates. Due to the provincial governments feelings toward increased rates, the Social Credit Party on campus, found itself in great difficulty. Constitutionalists drew support as a result of being uncommitted to any national party. MODEL PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED FIRST NIGHT Model Parliament this year sat only for two and one-half hours, but the time was well filled. Debate in Reply to the Throne Speech led to Opposition Leader Gordon Young's motion of non-confidence, seconded by Constitutionalist Leader Dave Shugarman. Following appeals to the Speaker and criticism launched by all party leaders, the Liberal government began a filibuster, intended to fill time allotted for Debate- in-Reply. This would have postponed a vote on the non-confidence motion. The Opposition had an extension of the time passed, allowing the confidence question to be put. As the question was about to be put, Prime Minister Pitfield rose, and presented a writ from the Governor- General which dissolved the Parliament. 244 U.N. MODEL ASSEMBLY AND CIVIC lEMONSTRATIONS PLAY MAJOR OLE IN CAMPUS POLITICAL LIFE A model General Assem- bly, led by Professor J. King Gordon ofthe political science department as Sec- retary-General, was held in Convocation Hall. Pro- fessor Gordon said the proceedings ran smoothly and in most cases the governments' p o i nts of view were well repre- sented by the delegates. Among the resolutions de- bated and reiected by the fifty delegates was the question of a peace force. If U of A representatives have a say in the matter, the United Nations will have no peace force. A group of university students decided that there was a definite moral ques- tion involved in the elec- tion of William l-lawrelak as Mayor of the city of Edmonton. It was their con- sidered opinion that the people of Edmonton had not realized the question of morality in voting for Mr. I-lawrelak. Bearing placards which proclaimed "Honesty is a Must for Justice" and "For Integrity in Public Office," they picketed City Hall. The consensus of opinion was that the demonstra- tions served to do little other than to provide newspaper readers with humorous reading mater- ial. lOl A portion of the mob of University students who protested the election of William Hawrelolc to the position of Mayor of the city of Edmonton. United Notions Model Assembly. 245 3257' 2 . , , xg? ,X 5 x lj: x we , , 1 3 1 E i ix , ff S '4 , 2 Y- wi ' , " ni 31 any . Q u V ' ,S A as Y 41. N e f Q' Q a S Q. mfs' x ge X N gg , x x .I ls .Q I Z I E ,xf -A -ff ' '."' ff I ei ,.- ' . 1 f' 57' : , - 1 ' V 0 Q J, N, 1 -' S . V f 5 Y Q 1 X S. Q i Q' X Af 1 I 3 5' , ix 4 ,iw ' ' " . ' W 15 ,al 11.4 . , 5 qmm Q . U Q W 1 aff- ff as X if , . .. 1 ' "5 'vw-. 1 5-: ' : 'e . . 'A J rf , x iw inl- 11 , " ,- , 3' -f qu:-Q W- N 0 V -3 Q . .u . Q.. . V M. ,X B? . .,.. . ...Nw -eq . , i I " I ssrkhhv Q Q , .gl A -y . nf' x ,gik 4- XR 4 f 2.1.-A ,X :gin uf .ge ' ':'3?fi'? V, in , - if .. r 9, Q - fi 3 ,. '92 :Y fri' ' Z E , 45 giifwf- ' Ng 1 I N. . , xg gif, fgsg , 1 X KZ .,-" , X -' f, w :- . wil, ' A i 'V ' 'a ...J V' H- , ,A 2 -f .sf . 1 3 ff'??7'fx .. 4 . I . ? fxg ifg 8 5 Q S sg 1' fd. . Q -1:1 ' ft - 4 Q 4 Q . .Qi 4 1 ' 'dih- fif f rf, if , 2' 4 x ., - AM. -, f " VN'-1. fd' 1 " W' 2 Na d, it wg-, e ,P vw 41 'N 5? S . ix . we ., , Q A 5: Q 6 s BN, M X Q. X1 F u ,., , , ,, .xv Gr' x 1 r, .-1 5 .5 Ft, .4 'Tig Q ,, 5,. 7 is., ydgu Qu. Q42 Ns, Jr,-X f-.' , I ' WY Q - I 3 ! .5 I Q ! , L- ,i'?Q. ' k'L,jpg.,',1 , YQ 'ei 0 fiwqf' 5 lv. ,. X x JslM"A-A A 3 I J 1 . . EVERGRI: Dave Singer Dave Shugarman EVERGREEN ANDR GOLD Ray Prottie Valerie Kwasnie Leita Bradley Rick Comisarow Rick Lyons Gene Hattori Penny Allen Lorraine Nowlin .Norman Senn 1 Lmda R. Clenclenning John J. Barr Y SILVER PINS Hunter Beverly Bayer William Salter Don Risdon AI Bragg Pat Hughes Janis Kosfash Dave Esfrin Charles Avery Don Sellar Wendy Caywood Y-ei , zymqffw-1 52:21 ' 7 - , f ? lj' if 1 if. ff fi-fflf e E f J , ,. iv. -ifif, ,, Tc fm., gb.. An excursion to Al Oeming's Game Farm was a feature of Social evenings allowed students to relax after a clay's work in the class room University Summer School. Apparently some teachers are straight. 0 Q 5.41545 -Lan' S.. Everyone seemed to enioy The summer outing to the Game Farm. Many teachers expressed The opinion that summer school courses were easier to handle than some of their classroom students. 252 SUMMER SCHOOL '63 4 For those students attending school on cam- pus during the summer of 1963, diverse activi- ties were planned for their enjoyment. Ranging from archery to an excursion to the Alberta Game Farm, the activities proved to be popular with the hard-working summer students. Tennis and swimming occupied the attention ot a majority of the students. Most teachers telt that summer school was the most enjoyable part of their year. It is no wonder that they enioy being students tor a portion of the year. Summer students find time to relax and enioy themselves at evening dances. ...A ss. 3 g4.4,.W V ' .y , . ,nv Maybe gust once l'll hit the target 5' K 1 0 h x his M . . ., .4 , ' A ' o y'x',' ' ' ' c v 5-you '43 253 at Q, .se 'O " nf ful' 'K xv fl . X .al's I a :URM - 5 ' u 1 u, ' I'-'o.l.ex1i sn - .D ' l lexvlo QI ,- m ., Bill xlib as 'lx I sl STUDENT'S UNION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR President ..... ..... F rancis Saville Vice-Pres. .... ...... M arilou Wells Sec-Treas. .... ..... R ichard Price Co-ordinator ,.... ..... K irk Miller CUS Chairman ......... ....... D avid Estrin Pres. Men's Athletics .... .... D ave Cragg Pres. Womens Athletics ........ Marna Moen Pres. Wauneita .............. Loraine Jeandron Sec-Treas. ..,............. .... B arbara Krause Vice-Pres., Wauneita ...... Maureen McHale Vice-Pres., Men's Athletics ,. Charles Moser Students this year witnessed a tense and rather interesting election campaign. Only two of the available positions were filled by acclamation. Competition for the other offices was fierce and exciting. Kick- lines, posters and speeches represented the core of the propagandizing methods used by candidates. Many expressed the view that on election night 'only one or two bal- lots would separate the victorious from the defeated. History now shows that the ma- iority were wrong. What prompted the student population to vote significantly more for some candidates than for others when all indications pointed to a close election? As in many other instances, the question must remain unanswered. t ' vgre n n I., - MARNA MOEN if news Q. 2 Q .,'3 gag A2 :Illia T W l w.A.A. Pnsslomr ATHLETICS y f ..,. L J I - '-rr "-'--.2 ::LZ'5.':'1."' " l ElE5'E':.:::z:..v. -. - l - ' "' l . l l l i E5 RIN A ' ron CUS CHAIRMAN X R 1 ' 1 Q l :.,-gt l H 1 l l l i 2 Q S l A 5 i l l A R mam l l l 4 . , : l ' l t l l A la' 1 l l lil it Zlg lil if! lil rl fi: ill. ll 5, , I N I 254 Contestants in a democratic election make use of every pos- sible communication media. The most successful has been the poster. No wall, no pillar, no post escapes the pictures and promises of the election candi- dates. Some are ready others, ignored. No one yet really knows what type or what method of campaigning will be the most successful in a given campaign. The only accepted idea is that the poster will con- tinue to play a significant role in future election campaigns. X xXx T t I V , :gk is os ,sir GX ' is NN N i of 1, , -X ' r ,,s- Q, NQQD' . A' 'K il gas Weis? 9 4 Q V: i Q ,V , i " f X -:Qs f Q f , . is Y ' '-57" T' ' is T- ' i Q1 pf si. x .3-,Q 5,237 . . 1 A .ya aj, , N ga 5 t 5 X, Pt I-2, ,Msg 'lr' :Elf til i , 'H 1 c .-1 5 A :',..f if The battle has been fought. Perhaps, it was won, perhaps it was Lost. Whatever the case posters played a significant part in the outcome. 255 TRI- SERVICE BALL Tri-Service Ball, organized and run by the ofticer-cadets of the three services on the University ot Alberta campus, was a suc- cessful event this year. The tor- mal dance held at Hamilton Galt Barracks was attended by more than tive hundred people. A new innovation this year was the decoration ot the hall in a theme representing a nineteenth century European Military Ball. Patron ot this year's loall was the Chancellor of the University, Judge Cairns. Among the dis- tinguished guests were the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Page, Brigadier and Mrs. Leech, Brigadier and Mrs. Ziegler, and Commander and Mrs, Rolf. A small portion of the invited guests seated at the head table The chef's crowning glory. .ff am.-xv Q VARSITY i . . ass'-zaqgi GUEST WEEKEND S Eg lSl,l13ll on An estimated total of over twenty thousand people visited the campus during VGW. Some people came to look at the campus, some came to socialize, and, some came to find out what University was all about. The University of Alber- ta's annual, Varsity Guest Weekend, gave them all a chance to actually see what campus life was like. On Saturday, the final day of the university's open house, thousands of people flooded the campus. To guide visitors from building to building and exhibit to exhibit, in- formation bureaus and guides were es- tablished at strategic points on the cam- pus. An Oxford Debate, performances by the University Male Chorus, class- room lectures, glass-blowing displays and various other demonstrations and displays attracted the attention of visit- ors. In addition, two dances, and the productions of Hamlet and Varsity Varie- ties '64 provided evening entertainment. Only one regret was expressed through the course of the weekend-that there was so much to see that one did not have enough time to see it all. N-,f'?'!!' Many people gust milled about, confused and bewildered over the size and complexity ofthe University campus. This is a lecture theatre? Well, I'll be' ,,, , if s.,- .t V V 4-vrfxg 31 a R x Bea 257 W 't 4. , , kv FACES MIRRORED IMPRESSIONS OF '64 vow GUESTS Through the lens ofa camera, the moods and impressions of campus visitors can be caught and preserved for those who participated on the innumerable Weekend activities. Whether it was a serious intent face of an individual bent on absorbing the material in a sample lecture of the face of a student who devoted a great deal of time and effort to the success of VGW, the camera searched them out to recognize them for their individuality, their moods and their thoughts. Varsity Guest Weekend, l964, was an immense success. The vivid expressions on the faces of the guests more than attests to this fact. -WS RP , g f, ig? , X N is Ayn .ww M Sk ou ...pn-4' 'Q 25 x x ' V' t . 41" i fs. K Ss, ' L 4 . ,Y Hx .s z. if X v 1 HY , 1 "' I' 1 Hy We as N ' 4 ' 6' ,, W , 5 f V 'le , , f vt Q 6 .., 35 4' 4 4? X' ' .W f f fff' A Q yi 1 rf 'G J - mf dev -AIA gan 259 ,Q Y., A e K 331 ,Q Q' V, ,W F? i " K 19: ,, , Y, ' ,- 35315 Q! -1'-xwy Q. X W, . ' 'Q P-SX : Q V ..q Effffi ITS Q ' NN ww 5- x :SKU f 1 VP. 4' N-, , , . .4 . t, .K .-X .ra pf,- -.f nqixn 1 A.- F' w . .-5 .1 ,fx r",,-as-I M' N' an "' -as L A r , 'N I ,,..A"' , Q MX A If Y X3 5-'P - ' . xififz. , ,l M i M4 . ff . , XX ,L Nu.: cw.. -'Q . Pat Thurston-EUS Carnival Queen. CROWNING OF CARNIVAL QUEEN HIGHLIGHTED WEEKEND Frantic days of campaigning for the title of Queen of the Education Carnival were climaxeal at the huge Friday night Moccasin Dance. Crowned Queen of the Carnival was Pat Thurston, a fourth year student. The other two contestants were Sharon Wozney, and Janelle Holmes. Held in the Ice Arena, the Moccasin Dance attracted a large number of university stu- dents and visitors alike. Another extremely popular feature held in conjunction with the Educa- tion Carnival is the annual Ice Events. Featuring "Chuckwagon" ice races, broomball games and tug-of-wars, the ice events are contested by teams from both fraternities and faculties. This year's ice events also featured a hilarious tug-of-war between two competing womens teams. Fraternities and faculties entered teams in the Chuckwagon ice races held in the lce Arena 260 Lakewood Kaskitayo Southgate University Revised August 29. 1993 D O 0 Edmonton transit I l. 'jj' 'Q -41.4 . .. if - LLZLTT .. . :'1.':: , .... ,, ,. . ,,..,,.,,..,, -an-1 'Winn--sw wmpefed es, wi girls proved to be the sculme of the sorormes. ,,-v if Why do we have to puck the hen est to sn in the wogon? o V A Iu..:t. v. 1 . Nu. xvfvg fwrt.. . g! LJ "L"- ' , it X 1 Q -? Q t ,tg was Y-4 SED Eggigi: ' Q ww-Q. ,......-of --www... A WL Vwsmors' faces reflected 'Af 1 .- Zim , 1. , ,f,-Nas, - , M 'f 4 X 1 . S' .- N YW 'x H' ' 'v-if 565, , if 9 : " UQ S -,v . 4, 5 1 , .. he , ,-1,,, .ww Ni P. .N 0' 4. :I I qi' A' -P-e Mcccss Zn? l'WENTY THOUSAND PECPLE VISIT CAMPUS Fridov cfd SCl'..'CC'v 5' .4 I persons C+ the ive'-' " Dance, KU Pens-es c' bc' Theo'fre's Hcf"'e' c': Audifcfim' s sci:-cc Mofy-Go-Roufci 2 SCC noon vvfesffffwg exe n f'Ar- -. V mcingymnos'u"' Io?-er Fo' U boskefecw .,., U., f-f-1 -. morw os QCCC sec: 8 , fhVCLJQh, :Faces "ke fe U- Union Burfdfgs QQ-4' quorfefs. I+ was ev' N- . 3 Cf-- WF-- -f- Ju ,,..-, .4 ,-. - v -Q 1 1 .,.-,-. -,fn wx 1 ,,,..- lv 9 fr I1- 4 ,-8 ,. - f-if ' 1 K ..f Q' Y It x -zz. X 'W 2' '29 ' ' f-A--J--. '- -vbb ,, 1 Q.. 'w-f-' - ... -.M. - '-e Q- - c-- 2- Y wx.- .. ylif- n 3-4 an-.Q N Q -..A over 20,000 oe-co'e ::" 'gee' fig" ' - the U. of A. ccmfoes of Scuba. 'V - , the Vos? dov of Vc'Q 'v G ei' '1.2'fQEQf':,:rj,'-ffv. . '34 13 ,- -i V i4 9.Y1.'-1715, :JV V - X 'rg '5 Lfffl Weekend. W TSW 'Qc 52 Jegfgfx - xy jf! --, H1424 5,14 T. ', ' .,f ,U 1- MMU S 3 1 ., , ui . --. 2 ' -H' ' me A .SF . -- i ,ze L. , , fsfej' .ai fa . . -A fi 'Cm 'S' A- -- ,-- -I - A..- -I , K: -' " 24 ,ee""f' er: S H 'CI' Q-e :c"f:,ecx 527 -, Tw? v 5 , H' ff. 45 x 1 4' 'Q S "". . A T 7' I 3 V 4. h 7 ff , ZF? r ' T' 4 - ' 93' -a - ' ' " .. ICE STATUES S Med students found time to construct this statue. Members ot Delta Kappa Epsilon, winner of the Grand Aggregate Trophy for its figure depicting a character standing an a teapot, typified the many hours spent by many perfecting their ice statues. Engineers were responsible for this particular Hobief d'art." Y if , . A is 1 1 t t - tsct Q. i if ' ft. f i - t , E' fs- me - i g A v A . i A .. I - v s .:,,.,QQ,5 .Lexi A X .. ,. 5 R i . 'wi Simian H Vt.-5,.:xIJ""FQ"g, ' ".l. "" y -wg Q M. J . - 7- --I F."'- 'I 'la-f .A 3' '4 X i- L . sf' Swee'pea proved to be a popular attraction. Whatever it is, it's great. What is made of snow and ice A typical Med statue. A stony-faced figure like this one demand- ed a great amount of time and effort on the part of many students. and looks like an elephant? i . x ' 'Ill lilmi-! is A 3-"-'ii:'..'ii-.r.,...-mi . i . ' 3 ' ll'!l'l' I i t A -'LSP' K ' ' . -'assrissr .sf s l .v if , s 9 f N -fm P ft. ' v . A y 4 X 6 s -rv' -4-.. ""'. Q ' ' l bt- 'kt'-xun 5 ' ' V,,.f, , -v t WY , . . . s - .P .,.:Z3K' . A sl- 'f'A7'sc-,fi ingenuity and hard work combined to make this The risque statue in statue one of the most appealing on campus, ffOf1Y of Lister Hull. ?fiQf'4 1 .,.x.L. The residence students built this very timely and effective ice figurine. Per- haps, it may, in time, serve its purpose. 265 "6" l .. "Beatlemania" was the craze of the day, Fittingly enough, a "beetle" is being flushed down the toilet where some believe he belongs. Betty-Gail Martin Q. vw 1 f 7' o 0 1 5 or nw-...Qs of One of Madame Bolshevik's boys prepares his costume. Varsity Varieties '64, titled Mary-Go- Round, proved to be just that. Playing to overflowing au- diences on the three nights it was held, Varieties '64 was a howling success. Led by the zany antics ofthe man, Roger Hamilton and the woman, Donna Cook, the cast ofthe socio-political satire poked fun . -in MARY-GO- ROUND ' VARSITY VARITIES '64 DIRECTOR - Phillip Silver PRODUCER - Wes Stefan THE MAN: Roger Hamilton HIS TEAM: Hugh Arrison Bob Berube Garry Carson Fred Carmichael Brooke Carter Dave Ford Gary Krivy Dario Lucich Dave Mappin Doug McLean Don McBain Jim O'Donnell Gerry Ohlsen Paul Peel Myer Rabinovitz Glen Reid Taras Semchuk Tom Shields Wes Stefan George Walker Willie Wangert Marv Westwood Al Whitney Jon Whyte Bill Williams DANCERS: Leslie Blair Margaret Fisher Brenda Humber .lacki Love CAST THE WOMAN: Donna Cook HER TEAM: Betty Banister Sonya Bubel Laurie Cameron Linda Campbell Linda Chapman Trudie Clark Joyce Dubeta Marilyn Goodman Jan Graham Andrea Hamilton Diane Hamilton Heather Jeffrey Marg Kopala Dorothy Long Liz Kostash Carol Martin Rickey Norwood Joanne Parry Marion Raycheba Jane Rothwell Lora Shelenko Cormi Missal Dianne Mott Louise Shalka Julie Siniak Lynn Smith at the age-old battle of the sexes. PRODUCTION CREW ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR: Cheryl Barr Just a touch of makeup! STAGE MANAGER: Andy Brook ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER: Dave Leigh PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: Laurie Cameron, Jan Graham SET CONSTRUCTION: Dave Leigh, Morris Flewelling, Gordon Boulter, Jim O'Donnell, Charlie Patching COSTUMES: -l"""s, Suzanne Semeniuk, Roberta McLean MAKE-UP: Gordon Tonne, Lynne Beniamin, Jan Graham, Janis Kostash, Joanne Latramboise, Anne Loewan SPECIAL MAKE-UPS: '35 Anne Gribble, Alyce Harris, Jerry Dimert, Pauline Gribble, Janet Pernisch PROPERTIES: Elaine Lando, Betty Banister, Laurie Cameron, Trudie Clarke, Lois Dunn, Betty Finlay, Diane Hamilton, Shari Healy, Rhoda Lilge PROGRAM AND POSTER DESIGN: Garry Frost, Jane Rothwell, Bill Salter TICKET SALES: Don Plewes ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, V.G.W.: Dave Ford 4 3 4 1 1 i 1 2 1 5 Mcry-goxround gets off the ground. A'A-A-A-AH! Oh! lsn'f he cure. ,X INTER lthe course you should tckel MISSION! 267 ,vin v 'J 0 A ,ZR on 1, 'Q ' -x ,,,Y 'Y i 5,-1 6' for QI? A port of the huge cost of Varsity Varieties '64 relaxing before opening night. 53 1 One of the more hurnerous moments in on extremely funny production. Action and more action characterized This year's production of Vorities. A most willing and able cast presented The production almost flawlessly. Music was composed and arranged by Bill Somers. Taras Semchuk was responsible for choreography. Robert Game designed The settings from original conceptions by Garry Frost. 268 ie:+,.wf-1 ,Lf " Jim O Donnell as Gutenberg plans for o "still." Lou Carmichael, as "Pete the Flat-Foot" represented ci crooked policeman. if Queen "illicit-beothionsn in her lost breath. Donno Cook, the Womon receives bouquet of roses from the Mon, ' Roger Homrlton. VARITIES '64 HUMOUR AND SATIRE Humorous ond scrtiric iests in Vcxrsify Vorities '64 were point- ed ot everyone from the Moyor of The city, William Howrelolc To the physicist, lsocrc Newton. Not to be forgotten were the hciir-rclising "Bec1tles." Directed by Phillip Silver ond produced by Wes Stefcin, Mctry-go-round will be remembered cis the pro- duction which enlightened the bottle of rncrn versus wornon. Glen Reid and cr host of friends l spoof the Bolsheviks. . ., . .. cv. ,C gsm we 45. I? 'H Anti What would Doctor Vant say about this? CAMPUS FASHION SHOW ATTRACTS FUTURE STUDENTS A little known feature ot Varsity Guest Weekend is the Campus Fashion Show held in conjunction with the weekend of festivities. Pre- sented this year at a local downtown department store, the show pre- viewed college tashions ot today and tomorrow. Models were students from the University campus. Many high school students, most of them prospective college men and coeds, were attracted to the fashion dis- play. In the top picture, a typical campus suit is modeled.tor display, A pretty coed models o dress any woman would like to wear. A typical college man with shortsleeved sweater and turtlenecked pullover. 270 gif., ft' fiffrl , M f"" YE 1 . , .. X 'wx 'EQ' . , l i V' if , i ' ll Q :I L 15 6 fs A 'Xe ii W -as A l QHFS. Y E I ' li ' 9 :'l f Af., P of ,, WA"-X . , 4 - 4 3 xi, s , .N 1 we . wut' ISF"-f f S 1 . . ,TNQ Yes, sonny, I know what I am talking about. ACTIVITY IS KEYNOTE OF WEEKEND FESTIVITIES From atomic accelerators, human skeletons, Venus tlytraps, poisonous Dietenbaker plants, to preserved toetuses at armadil- los and statues ot Aphrodite, Varsity Guest Weekend presented a veritable myriad of demonstrations and displays to satisty the curious visitors. Glasseblowing, oil formation and plastic-making attracted their share ot the attention. To those who were medically- minded a display showing how a heart can beat tor eight hours outside the body proved interesting, Even the campus patrol was busy. The University Male Chorus provided fine entertainment at three Saturday afternoon concerts. Everyone has fun during VGW. 271 'N-rp XJ.- Nr QQ if" , ,Q F. UH, kb- '16 Even the instructors seem interested! 3 S This is exactly how it's done! tl is , V A3 gi. VGW hosts in SUB were a busy crew! Ft x A startling attraction for VGW visitorsi a chess game on the floor. Wwe T af' e t. sl- 'Wm You mean, he actually used to be a!ive! we 'N Y' t 4 5 - -5 - V, s 4 O U I ,,..... Herman, I want my lunch even if it is wet. POOL SHOW AND LECTURES ATTRACT ATTENTION OF MANY The sub-aquatic pool show, held on Saturday after- noon, thrilled the many weekend visitors ot Varsity Guest Weekend. Presented by the girls swim team and physical education students, the unusual display feat- ured, among many things, precision swimming and humerous skits. Many thought that this display was perhaps the most entertaining one on campus. rl j - ?f'q..'-nv" 'J l ,. Q as , N l , if Q l Ill! Disbelief was mirrored in the eyes of many visitors. 7 ' V ' filfiffm- , ,:'8'9 y s i.'1-ling' v 'Af ,aj "fi Ni if wf- . sf V. , lx ,Q-., ,-- Lf.-'S ,N , f, Si X Q x s Jaw v x 5 s '- xy N 21' :kg A .... XF , I 'lv 3. 9 . ,xx ,, 1 .- T W W 1 ' "' io1,uwavavnnvf'v f-we WM- ,F an-v' SL -5-,...A ...,,,q , I . may """'i9""' sas- V ' -- ' --Nga ,L-r W., Q ' - A x":""i- L Sub-aquatic pool tactics amazed attentive spectators. Q El-Oli Y X 'a 1551 , ' J' One wonders what the rest looks like, I N r :mg Vg- ,gs l W,-c N T is ,, , , .gt . 4, . e .- ' 1 : 'f 2' 1 - ' t 1' f fir- fax 'V J if , ly I, Q ,Elly clrfggi V . i ' 3 - -X VAL, 2 515,11 g str r -- ' . 5 'X f . x:. , i .V 1 4 . 4,54- '. V921 .-- ., - nfl Irs-'l ,- N ww' V Af, 'I yr if--s:. dewyggu I is 'K ' -- K 9 K, g 21 . Engineering display of water purification. I W5 Q' 1 ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIE' CHARACTERIZED STUDENT LIFE The great maiority of students found, through the course of the scholastic year, that a generous amount of academic endeavour coupled with a relaxing taste of social activity led to a successful end. Dances, hootenannies, bowl- ing and curling and movies proved to be the type of entertainment most welcomed by college men and coeds. Some were even fortunate enough to blend together both the academic and social obliga- tions. Study dates were undoubt- edly the most popular method of doing this. Whatever the case, stu- dents generally agree that univer- sity days are the most carefree and wonderful days of one's lite. UEENS ., ff mrizix- .-.:..., ,V W c A KS Q , - ---.x Twig,-,,,,:1N1-SWE. 2553155 Q- 3' fv QaQf - -,rw QPR, x-.Nw bibs? 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K S i .44 4 HAROLD BERNICE GERALD VIVIAN ROBERT PATRICIA DEANNE MARLENE RUTH -ROY TED SMANDYCH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMYTH STENGEL STEPCHUK STEPHEN STOLEE STOUT STRANG I - I fr I ., Q I I ,Q C' 5 :L ,Vi S fa Y, M A 333 E , T' ' I I Q I - I ' Q. , R 7U I . ,, J5, '45 Q f 'T Z- -. , f -13 in - Llllk LA- I -Al KAL HARVEY JEANETTE LEOLA SHARON-LEE CALVIN CHARLES CHRISTOPHER APRIL MIKE ELSIE ROLAND STREET STRUDWICK STUVE SURBY SUTELA SUTHERLAND SWAN TAIT TARRABAIN TATARNIUK THEROUX LIL., Q t , V 6, X V J- 4-4. I 5, 'S ts: J" nfns . fi' T, ' is ,,A ,, I - ., -f , -- '31, V NA. G - :Br fb, 1' ':' 'J' A T-' ' , A L 0' 42 LL inf! K 1 .- A THEO MARY JAMES NETA PATRICIA TERRY UNA SHIRLEY WILLIAM ROBERT DEAN THIRSK THOMSON TODD TRASK UHRYNCHUK VAN OERLE VOGEL WALKER WATSON WEIR WHITE ,g-fr , N 1 I , -i.4f7'fT1-4.,. If Vx: Har. A ' i s , Z li ked, af. .. Iii' 7' " ' I . ' 6' . . , 4' 'ug 57 2 :Q . 40, 3 ' " .' . 4 s ff r fa. ' I V , LA- rl -, I, 1. f ff :'.. 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D II J A A L. 1 E L I ' SYLVIA SONIA JAMES PAMELA TRUDIE JOHN LOUISE CARLA DAGMAR RAYMONDE LUDEK LANDRY LAZARUK LEARD LEAVITT LEE LEITCH LEICHT LEVER LIETZ LIMOGES LISKA 317 .ang A '43-ff , ft! ! M6 .17 fp--. 73 A 'A Q A I ,I A . h L x . CAROLINE STANLEY MARY VIOLET JOAN ANNA HELEN LOGUE LOKSETH LORE LOUCZYC LOZERON LUIKEN LYBBERT A I V A ' if' an - . gin, I -. g" f, 'I 3 I i if - ,R ' fur " ' 17, I 1? Z E xi A, Q . .A . K 4 ' A L I 1 I 4 4 L I KENNETH ROBERT MARIE-ANGE KATHRYN LEONA NEIVERT BELLE MAKI MALCOLM MALO MALOFF MANCHUR MANDZIUK MARCOLIN P. "q V.,4,:' ss V i 'ff I' 7 V ' 'H ,- ,. I Y - .1 4, -A I Q as Sfv rs v I 3 I I .7 1 if' I f- -if ' A ' 5' X, A A ,f 41L 4 AL 1 .1 -, SANDRA RUTH MARIE LAWRENCE MARILYNN MARILYN ALAN MARTINI MATTUCKS MATWE MEARDI MEARS MEIER MERRICK 5 ' ,,, if 'gf ' " 9 - 1,5 .f 1 .5 - ,H - 4. ca f ,K -A 1 - , -- N 9- f' fr . ,. 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I RONALD GERRARD EDMUND THOMAS SWEET THOMAS TISCHER VAN DRIEL " 5- "'.,' L. is je . ww V A t I 5 :1 -, 'V :QI H., I ' . 'H , 4 '- pg: ,r I ,.,- , , F- I V I ft , J ' , I PAUL GRAHAM JAMES KENNETH VANHOOREN WALKER WHEATLEY WHITE Q ,L - I 52, "' " my .afar HUGH JAMES ROBERT JOSEPH WILLIAMSON WILSON WINTER ZELYAS 333 A7 13 3, fi N .. I--ir GRADUATE STUDIES Pho. ISE ' , . 4 NOT RECEIVING DEGREE f' , , I 'P , "P -A msc. II ' :+ JAMES BRANSON L an ,Aj F fl 'x, 1. -. ,, 'f C I f V W I -I 'smlx M 'QL 'M' I If 5 ,f ' - ' ip IT ' , ,- - X NY SULEMAN GRAEME GANATRA GREENLEE DENIS I-IANSON SHEIKH I-IUSAIN M . V- -,. z 1 .1 L if LARRY INDER BROX BUDHIRAJA VENU GU PTA f y V : .5 I es, I w . V, Aj GEORGES S.C. CA RO LA , ' TM f,V 7 E.E,E x C I 4 ALAN IMRIE SADAQAT MIR CHAN .vor V . K 4 2 S :I JAMES ORR 'i' -Wfff' 4 ' .':ff3LA4l"" "W 2 -4 ' . . A N. 1 f -2- 221: ' -.L J I , M A 112 ' - 'rsf 'ie '5 " if"'AI ' ' xv' I 'fi .:, , ' 1-- - Y' . ' 5532 'NL' f .1 F" .,.' ':fQ?Pr" . . 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MARNA MARSH ar , f , x 4 MARIAN TWISS u Future plums. 335 SHEILA GAYLE GARRETT GORDON PI-IYLLIS WOODFORD If L -'Q-'W - , 'iv' O s-Zn' 'I u I f V '7 x '-ff, , , I L " 5. GLORIA GORYK T - :ax aw - - V -, 1 , 7 'ffl , :QI f' . ' ' 1' 9 . ,fa .' I I L f . '- "I . I i . I IW' .vw A 0 AT , A ,V -R, 4-vxgfmg, , -.P ' . -.W " ' I I A L l 4 1 DOROTHY MCNEILLY JUDITH DOROTHY RAE RICH CATHERINE ROMANCHUK I I"A' . I ,H ,Z ,Rim Q X' ..Q: fa 4- TL? I I ITT' . "' I1 1 I A I A 1 I I A SHARON SHERRON ROSALIE WHYTE WILSON WOWANSKI DAWN YOUNG .E 4 '+' xx 5 SN" Ig UF' - JAMES MCGUCKIN SECOND YEAR R - I I 9 J ,IV I wry? . -..I T Y 4' "" ' -as 5 saw Ss ' N Q X V LIONEL DOUGLAS ROBERT RONALD DECORE MURPHY PASTON PETERSON JAP- , - .MQQ I - - L- .Q-42 . Y.: , r 4 I f 5 " , Y T 'V ' A FIRST YEAR I f -.B -'P I w 1' x vi ,, 4 " I 4' I 1 MAURICE HENRY GORDON MAURICE A I Ig ' BOWEN BUDNITSKY CLOZZA DUMONT so emn Ce'emo"Y" A ' ,1 . L -L , - I 1 - I . h i ' A., gl. X ' - L . . 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Lrg' ' y MW I E aw v P ' U ., , ' I, 1-- . I '. L, my -,. ' C I an 9 if I M4 at ' 'b - ? ' A I 9 4 - I WILLIAM RONALD DENNIS DONALD BILL LESLIE THORSELL TSUJIKAWA TYCHON TYMCHUK UGANECZ UHAZY 359 -4 in HARRY VANDERVELDE in 4' ' JAMES WHITELAW I 434 41 Cx T, WY x P1 """b - fgnegfwmk ' I' Wg, Sv , . 5' I 3 54 uw I 4 , E W I wr ? .4 X nd vu vm V r C. .A 4, x ,Q ,Q I. Q A .4 - I I 1 4 I 'J CORNELIUS PETER WILLIAM BRUCE DIANE SHARON BARRY RICHARD DOUGLAS LEE VAN DEURZEN VERCHAMIN WALKER WALLACE WALLACE WANSBROUGH WEAVER WELSH WESSEL WETTLAUFER 1-an "3 DONALD PETER DAVID WHITEMAN WIERENGA WIGGINS N 1 C' 1 1 531- . - wg, I .E , 2 Y. . Qi'- "' f 'fine 4, 5: WILLIAM JAMES JOHN JUDITH WILKEY WILLIAMS WILSON WISMER W I N I V , I QT -N, ,el I f "" DQ' -L A .. L DARREL WILLIAM LESTER HENNING WITSCHEA WOLODKO WONG WULFF JOHN ELAINE WENDY KENNETH WYZYKOSKI YAKIMETS ZAUITZ ZELT What the Hell! x 4 SECOND YEAR ' , , FIRST YEAR va, "QB . A I I 'Q' I In A P T x I E DAVID MERVYN NORMAN GILMORE KENNETH GORDON ROBERT BECKWITH LUTES MGCDONALD ARTHUR JORDAN OAKES THOMPSON 360 COLLEGE LIFE: AN EXPERIMENT IN LIVING AND LEARNING College is different. lt is an experiment in living. lt includes more lessons than all the text books in the world could ever supply the most diligent scholar. lt is change mixed with routine. lt is leaving the security of intimate friends and small high schools, and venturing into competition with thousands. Possibly for the first time in your life, you can find yourself with more than you can do. Possibly for the first time in your life, you are challenged by a truly gifted teacher. Possibly for the first time, you feel the prick of intellectual curiosity, and the corresponding thrill of learning something important. YOU make your own college world. REMEMBER I-l .. 1 , S' l With so much going on, eight hours sleep becomes o rarify. 'cpm A quick check, o los? stroke of the brush, ond then ifs off fo classes. if xlfikw xx + X '1 X A A.: There's still the old grind. . . somerimes 362 f o xla:g.g.,-ff A u There's olwoys someone to meet. . . someone ro rolk fo on the phone. , . someone to go for coffee with. . . ..- vlan:-,.. l Umverscfy Ilfe as deflmfely on experiment In Irvmg. or :X YEAR I YEAR 2 fx ff, I Doesn't Know Beftenj .... . . .Tries Experimenting. . . 364 YEAR 3 ...Is Learning. .. L... YEAR 4 f-...f-liifffxvf-.vu 5 5 And Now He's Mode Itl ! ! OUR CAMPUS The U of A campus was originally supposed to look like the above plan. In 1929, it looked like this. And today, it appears like so. 366 CHANGES Tuck Shop, 1931 xl First staff houses un 0 university curcle. Athabasca Hull, 1911 Mixed Chorus, 1930. 367 ,girl ,A But WINTER NEVER CHANGES ' i . qi. " Q THIS BOOK This book has been set in Linotype Futura. Body copy is TO point, while identi- fications ond captions are 8 point. The book was printed in Winnipeg by Can- adian Student Yearbooks, who also made the colour separations. The paper stock is 80 pound offset, except the first signature which is TOO pound. Colour photography was done by the University of Alberta Photo Services. Special thanks are due to the Department of Extension for their allowing the printing of the pictures on pages 366 and 367. J Q' , X' - L . ff-- '-iw ,s STUDENT INDEX Anderson, Keith A., 314 GRADS: Page number in- dicates the page on which the picture appears. If there is no number there will be no picture in the yearbook. UNDERGRADUATES: Page number indicates the page on which the picture should appear. There may or may not be a picture on that page. A Abbas, Shaukat, 53 Abbott. Francis S. Abbott, Harvey L. Abbott, Muriel G. Abbott, Roy J. Abbott, Wayne E. Abdelnur Osman M. Abel, Wesley, 48 Abell, Eric H., 308 Abram, George, 301 Acaster, Glen R. Achtem, Larry A., 66 Ackerman, David S., 330 Ackles, Kenneth N. Acton, James Adachi, Kenneth S. Adam, Diethelm S., Adam, Reinhard Adam. Udo W., 304 Adamic Rita S. Adams Daryl L. Adams, E. Eileen Adams, Hendrikus J. Adams, Janet M., 296 Adams June C. Adams, Robert L. Adams Robert L. D. Adams, Trenton P., 290 Adams, William A. Adamson, Leahrose, 322 Adetoro, Joseph E. Adisoemarto, S. Afaganis, Pericles T., 331 Affolder. Kenneth L. Aftanas, Marion S. Agarwal, R. G. Agarwal, R. A. J. Agate, Victor S. Ahlstrom, Leslie E., 300 Aiken, David E. Ainscough, Paul D. Ainslie, James A. Aitken, Elizabeth P., 70 Aitken, Gary F., 304 Aizenman. Israel, 329 Akehurst, Alfred J. Akers, George H., 300 Akpata, Michael O., 345 Akrofi, Victor Ackroyd, Richard 303 Akune, Robert S.. 306 Albers, Donald M. Albert, Claudette E., 314 Albert, Donald W., 301 Albertsen, Louise M. Albi, Adriana T., 300 Albrecht, Harvey E. Albrecht, Joan E., 314 STUDENT INDEX Allers, Arnold A. Allers, Raymond L. Allin, Robert E. Allison. Ardele L. Alison, Bruce N. Allison, Di BDE Allison, William S., 308 Allistone, John S. Allnutt, Alasdair R. Allong, Albert F. Almost, Douglas O. R., 331 Alsager, Dale E. Altmiks, L illian J. Alton, Marilyn J. Amankwah, Kofi S., 345 Ambrose, Don W. Amerongen, Mary E., 314 Amerongen, Peter M. Ammann. Paul Amundsen , Blair R. Amy, Roger W. M. Anaka, Laddie G. Andersen, Fabian W. Andersen. Herbert C, Andersen, Phyllis M., 314 Andersen, Rene L., 296 Anderson. Alistair W. Anderson, Allan W., 304 Anderson, Carole A., 322 Anderson, Charles D. Anderson, Dale F., 350 Anderson, David L. Anderson, David R., 66 Anderson, Donald A., 304 Anderson, Donald G., 304 Anderson, Gail M. Anderson, Gerald H. Anderson, Gladys M.. 62 Anderson Jacqueline, 296 Anderson, James D., 330 Anderson. James H.. 330 Anderson, James P., 330 Anderson, James T., 66 Anderson, Janice K. Anderson, Juddman J., 306 Anderson. Larry C. 322 Anderson, Leslie D., 310 Anderson, Linda L. Anderson, Lorraine E., 296 Anderson, Marjorie, 59 Anderson, Mary L. Anderson, Norman E. Anderson, Owen A. J. Anderson, Richard E. Anderson, Robert M. Anderson, Rodney J., 330 Anderson, Ted S., 290 Anderson, Valerie L. Anderson, Victor A.. 62 Anderson, Wallace L., 322 Anderson, Wayne C. Anderson, Wendy J.. 322 Anderson. Weslev W. Andiel. Wolfgang J. Andre, Arnold V. Andre. Harvie Andrew, R obert H. Andrews, Jacklin Hu Andrews, Malcolm J. Andrews, Margaret E., 322 Andrews, Robert B. Arnold, Barry W. Arnold, Gail E. Arnold. Phyllis A.. 310 Arnold, Richard W., 66 Arnold, Ronald E., 314 Arnusc h, Robert J., 322 Aronetz, Ksenia I., 300 Arrison. Linda J. Arrison. Norman L. Arrison. Wayne E. Arshed, Muhammad A. Arth, Richard F. Arthurs, Elizabeth R. Ascough, Duncan R. Ascroft, Thomas C., 300 Ashbaugh, Wendy M. Ashford, David R. Ashmore, Irene H., 322 Ashton, Allan K., 329 Asplund, Mary K., 300 Asplund, Olof W. Atkey, Barbara Atkinson. Lois M.. 300 Atkinson, Martin H., 56 Atmore, Wayne M., 322 Attwood. Dianne H. Atwell. Carol D., 322 Atwell, Gail. 347 Aubin, John L. Audia, Joseph, 308 Augustson, Sharon E. Augustynovich, V. P. Auld, Gerald W., 296 Auld. Robert G. Aune, George L. A. Austin, Charles K. G. Austin, Harold A. Austin, Norman R. Austin, Patricia J. Auxier, Nancy J., 300 Averill, Garry K., 314 Avery, Charles D. Awbery, Sandra F. Axani, Ernest E., 345 Aye, Marguerite J.. 59 Ayers, David W, Aykroyd. Richard A. Aylen, Mabel E. Ayre, Jacqueline L., 296 Ayres, Victor N. Ayris, Valerie A.. 59 Aziz, Sajid, 48 Azman, Ben K. B Baba, Kenneth G. Babchuk, Eileen M.. 296 Babchuk, Harry Babcock, Denis M. Babcock, Sandra G. Babiak. Michael Babiak. Phyllis M., 322 Babowal, William T. Bachler, Herbert W. Bachman, Sr., Mary B. Bachner, Margit Backer, Evelyn M. R., 322 Bacon, Delmer A. Bacon, Doreen A.. 340 Bacon. Gary E., 301 Bacon Ruth M Bennett Albrecht, Marcia Albrecht, Marilyn A., 314 Albright, Garfield L., 296 Alcock, Frederick G. A.lder, Rosemary I., 296 Aldridge, Judith L. Aldridge, Kelly T. Aldridge, Leonard L. Andriaschuk, Sophie Andrich, Linda L., 310 Andruchow, Marshall Andruchowich, E. C. Andrus, John A. Andrusky, Bernard J., 314 Angel. Barbara A. Angerman, Neil S. Baer, Grania M. Baer, James D. Baerg, Loretta M. Baergen, William P. Baert, Carol M. Baert. Yvonne G. Bagby, Robert F. S., 300 Bagdonas, Kurt L., 314 Bentley, Kathleen J.. 322 Aldridge, Marie Y. C. Aleksiuk, Michael, 350 Alexander, Bruce Alexander, David P. Alexander, Donald S., 300 Alexander, Ian M., 306 Alexander, Joan E., 322 Alexander, Thomas K. Alexandre. Michael T., 329 Alexandruk, Frederick, 310 Alexewich. Sharon 'N., 310 Angotti, Ralph Angotti, Thomas Angus, John F., 330 Angus, Sm ith Joanne Annesley, Dennis W. Anton, Ronald M. Antoniuk, Robert R. Anthony, Caroline D., 308 Anthony. Desmond D. Antonenko, David R. Antoniuk. Marilyn V. Bagnall, Keith E., 48 Bahr, Douglas F. Bahry, Sharon E., 300 Baier, John W. Bailey, Donald R. Bailey, Dorothy J. Bailey, Elizabeth A. Bailey, Kenneth F. Bailey. Robert G. Bailey Thomas S. Bain, Maureen P., 345 Alexiewich, Diana N. Alfke, Kenneth R. Alford. Allan R. Antoniuk. Richard W. Appleby, Evelyn A. M., 322 Appleby, Lorna J., 322 Berard, Gordon P., 330 Algajer, Willie Appleby, Terrence J. Baines, Margaret J., 314 Baines, Robert E., 66 Bajer, Chester L. Bakala, William B., 304 Ali, Phyzool Ali, Syed H. Al Karmy, Omaya Allahar, Noel N. Allan, David K. Allan, J. Stephens. 304 Allan, Pearl V. Allan, Penny J., 314 Appleyard, Ellen W., 66 Arabchuk, Peter E. Archer, Sharon E., 347 Archibald, C., 54 Archibald, Carol L. Archibald. Ian G. Ares, Jean L. E. Arlidge, David H. Armstrong: George G. Allard, Michael J. Allen, Audrey E. Allen, Donald F. Allen, Elmer C., 290 Allen, Grace E. Allen, James G. Allen, Julius C. Allen, Kathleen P., 314 Allen, Murray E., 56 Allen, Norman D., 329 Allen Ruth C., 314 Allen, Stanley E. Allen, Theodore M. Armey, Na dine J Armit. Robert 296 Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong , Betty J., 314 . C.F.. 300 Edward L. Armstrong, Gordon W. Armstrong Harry E. Armstrong, John D. S.. 314 Armstrong, John G. Armstrong Laren C. Armett, Barbara E., 322 Arnett, Michael C. Baker, Bert E. D. Baker, Caroline E., 310 Baker, David W.. 322 Baker, Elaine E., 296 Baker, Hilman L., 314 Baker, Horace S. Baker, Ian H. Baker, John P. Baker, Lynn J. Baker, Myrtice J. Baker. Robin D. M., 345 Baker Stanley W. 70 Baker: Vera E., 314 Bako, Gerda Bakogeorge, Andrew P. Balaban, Irene Balanko, Lawrence A., 330 Baldowski, Ann G., 310 Baldwin, Dorothy B. Baldwin, Michael J. Baldwin, Patricia A. 370 Balfour, Robert F.. 304 Balkan, R. Terry Ball, Daniel M., 49 Ball, Donald L. Gordon C., 65 Ball, Ball, Irene M., 322 Ball, Lillian R., 322 Ball, Roger H., 51 Ball, Ronald F., 290 Balla, Andre J., 314 Ballah, Allan J. Ballantyne, Maureen A., 314 Ballantyne, William Ballard, John R., 331 Ballard, Wayne C., 49 Ballash, Alan S. Ballash, Neil M. Baltzan, Gail F., 347 Bamber, Faye L., 314 Banfield, Terry J. Bang Karen 300 Banks, Carole R., 296 Banks, James P.. 301 Banks, Kenneth H., 331 Banks, Roderick E. Bannard, James R.. 297 Bansal, Krishan M. Banta, Joan M., 54 Baptie. Ivy E. Barabash. Eugene J. Barabash. Orest M. Baranszky, Job M. Barbush, John P. Barclay, John F. Barclay, Kim F. Bard, Forrest H. R., 300 Barford. Judith L.. 347 Baribeau, Elaine M. Baril, Cecile M. L. Baril, Claude J. J., 331 Baril, Diane I. Barillot, Anna, 314 Barker, Howard F. Barker, Leroy G., 310. Balow, Kathleen A. Barlow, Sharon, 70 Barlow, Wendy L., 300 Barnes. Gordon H.. 65 Barnett, David J. Baron, Glenn R. Baron, Raymond M., 310 Barr, Cheryl A., 314 Barr, Elizabeth M., 308 Barr, James A., 56 Barr, John J. Barrigan, John D. Barron, John R. Barron, Ruth J. Barry. Sr., Julia T. Barry, Peter L., 331 Barry, Suzanne A. E., 300 Barson, Barbara M., 322 Barson, Frances V., 322 Barter. Sandford L. Bartlett. James R. Bartlett, Leslie A.. 322 Bartlett, Marilyn A. Bartman. Lawrence J., 62 Barton, Robert L. Barton, Valerie S. Barton, William J. Barton, William P. Basaraba, Kenneth A.. 331 Baser, Grace, 314 Basford. Richard A.. 350 Basinger, Katherine A., 322 Bassek, George W. Basson, Frederick T., 345 Bastide. Maurice E. Bastin, Terrence M. Bateman, Mary, 347 Bateman, Patricia M. A. Batoni, Barbara M. Battell, I. Christine, 60 Batra, Satish, 53 Battell, Mary L. Batycky, James, 47 Bauer, Jean M., 308 Bauer, Kenneth Baulk, Cheryl H. Baxter, David E., 331 Baxter, Gail M. Baxter, John R. Baxter, Patricia L. Baycroft, Gerald H. Y. Bayduza, Ihor RC.. 301 Bayduza, Jeanette D., 56 Bayduza, Joseph A. Bayer, Beverly S. P. Bayer, Johrr R., 303 Bayley, Bryan D. Bayrak, Dennis E., 297 Baziuk, Myron D. Baziuk, Myron D. Beach. Jack G. Beagle, Barbara Au Beairsto, Muriel A. Bealle, Frederick J. Bear, William H., 330 Beard, Jessie M. Beard, Rosalind A. Beard, William R., 297 Beaton, Lenore J. Beaton. Malcolm A. Beaty, Robert E.. 331 Beaubien, Ronald D. Beblo, Hans Beck, James H. Beck, Patricia D. Beck, Robert G. Becker, Carolyn M., 314 Becker, Dianne E. Becker, Evelynne E. Becker, Laurence E., 345 Becker, Susan C. Becker, Valerie M., 297 Beckman, Carmen C. Beckman, Carol M., 314 Beckwith, David A. Beckwith. Roy I. Becze, Garry J. Bedner, Jenny, 355 Bedner, Jenny E. M., 355 Beechinor, Donna M. Beet, Thomas K. Befus, Marilyn S.. 310 Befus, Ruth V., 347 Begg, Gladys C. Begg, Sheila C.. 347 Begieneman, Marinus Beglau, Adolf H. Behl, Lloyd Beil, Charles E. Beil, Olive C., 314 Beirnes, Barbara R., 310 Beirnes, Donald G., 300 Bekesi, Julius G. Bekker, Mary M. Belik, April A.. 300 Belik, Lorraine P Belisle, Raymond A. J. Belke, Theodore Bell, Barbara E.. 337 Bell, Bonita A. Bell, David A. Bell, Bell Douglas G. Marjorie A. Bell: Richard R.c., 314 Bell, Sandra L., 322 Bell, Vanna J., 66 Bell, William A. Bellas, Michael G. Bellerive, Frances J. Belley, Paul R. Belsheim, Maxine M., 314 Belsheim, Melvin R. Belter, Herbert. 310 Belton, Gerald P. Belzil, Juliette T.. 322 Benda, Louis B. Bendfeld, Kathleen A., 322 Bendfeld, Robert T. Bendiksen. J etmund Bene, Alex A., 306 Benedict, William C.. 314 Benedictson, David J. Benesch, Robert Benger, Andrew Bengtson. Clifton D. Beningfield, Judy J.C., 314 Beniuk, Andrew G.. 304 Benjamin, Lynne F. Benke, Garfield M. Benner, Elizabeth, 322 Bennett, Derek E. L., 304 Bennett, Ellen T. Bennett. Jane I. Bennett, John C.. 314 Bennett, John W., 48 Bennett, Richard M., 329 Bennett, Robert S. Bennett, Robert W. Bennett Bennett , R. Jill , Walter F., 70 Bennett, Roy A. , Victor J., 304 Bennetts, William J., 345 Benoit, Garry F. Benoit, Gregory R. Bensler, Edward J . Benson, Garry W., 51 Benson, Paul M.. 297 Bent, Dale H. Bent, Penelope D. Bentley, Ann C. Bentley. Ila D., 300 Bentley, Merle E., 310 Bentley, Patrick M., 55 Bentley, Richard E.. 314 Bercov, Howard M., 350 Berdine, Lois D., 310 Berendt, Robert H. Bererton, James R., 355 Bereska, John Berezan, Oryst D. Berezon, Bunny B., 306 Berezowsky, Joyce L., 297 Berg, Clinton J. Berg, Rev., Dale H. Berg, Edith Berg, James I. Berg, Lorraine M., 60 Berg, Reinhard A. Bergen, Edward F. Bergen, Hans, 66 Bergen, John J . Bergeron, Ghislain Bergevin. Raymond A. Bergmann, Kathleen, 314 Bergquist, Carol A., 345 Bergquist, Edith M. Bergstrom Stanley, 290 Berlinguette P. F.. 322 Bernard, David, 355 Bernard, Hans J., 314 Bernard, Peter Bernard, William M. Bernier, Marie J. L. Berrea, Walter R., 322 Berry, Lois M., 297 Berry, Louis H. Berry, Ruth T. Berry, Sheila A. Bertram, Edward F., 345 Bertram, Shirley G. Berube, Robert. 300 Beschell, T. Wayne, 345 Bespflug, Keith, 331 Bessai, Frederick Besse, Thomas C. Bessell, Donald H. Bessie, Raymond B., 355 Best, Charlotte I., 314 Bestilny, Joanne M., 322 Beuchel, Karin A. M., 355 Bevans, Duane A., 355 Beveri dge, Harvey S., 304 Bhambhani, Ramesh N. Bhambhani, Ramesh N. Bhambhani. Suresh N. Bhandari, Laxmi L. Biamonte, Aida B. Biamonte, Loretta M., 310 Biamonte, Maria Bianchini, Wayne K., 310 Bibby, Malcolm J. 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Brand, Thomas R., 331 Brand, William W., 329 Brandon, Sara L., 66 Brandschwei, Renate G., 322 Branson, James R. Brattberg, Elmer H., 330 Bratton, Dennis L, Brauer, Jorn H. Braul, Walter, 55 Braul, William, 56 Braun, Dennis H. Braun. Tony Brauti, Alvin Bray, Barry A. Bray, Byron G., 308 Bray. Carolyn L. Braybrook. Gloria J. Brazeau, Donald A. Breathet, Valerie R. Breau, Lynn M.. 297 Breault, Henri L. Breault, Ronald. 355 Brebner, Carolyn A., 322 Breckenridge, John Breckenridge, K. A., 314 Bredo, Gerald A., 56 Bredo, Joyce A. 310 Breeze, Julia M. Breiter, Wilma G.. 308 Breitkreitz, Walter, 66 Breitkreutz, Audrey J. Breitkreutz, Herbert, 56 Breitkreutz, Nola K. Breitkreuz, Walter Breitkreuz, Walters, 55 Brekke, Marleen A.. 314 Bremer, Christine M. Brennan, Patrick J. Brennan, Sheila M., 314 Brennand, Barrie R., 322 Brennand. Marie E., 65 Brenton. Richard J., 66 Bresee, Garry K. Bresee, Keith D.. 290 Brett, Betty M. Brett, Martin S. Brewer, Alexander R., 331 Brewer, Keith J. 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Pierrette L., 315 Cottrell, Judith G. Coughlin, Mary J. Coull, William A., 322 Coultas, Helen D. Coulter, Marlene D. Coulter, Wayne W., 293 Coulthard, Dennis L.. 304 Clayton Collier. Davidson Chamberlain, Hugh L., 301 Chambers. Gary S., 297 Chambers. Lillian T. Chambers. Norman A., 331 Chamchuk, Nicholas J. Chamzuk. Kenneth E. Chan Hing, H. Chanasyk, Albert J.. 51 Chandler, Bernard A. Chandler, Dale C. Chandler, Reginald. 53 Chapelski, Emil D., 304 Chapelski, Lillian Chapin, Barbara J. Chapman, Lawrence H. Chapman, Linda A. Chard, Brian T. Charette, Anne L. Charles, Dean Charlton, Myrna L., 345 Charlton, Richard Y., 304 Charmbury, Theodore Charnetski, William A. Charters, Patricia, 60 Chartrand. James V. Chase, James R., 47 Chawla, Mangal D., Chayer, Wayne A., 329 Chayka, Robert Chaytors, Richard G., 355 Checknita, Mervin P. Cheesman, Brian R. Chegwin, Margaret R., 70 Chemago, Robin E. R., 355 Chemolli, Lilia G. A. M., 297 Chen Li, Tsun Chen Shu, H. Chen Tien, L. B. Cheng, Richmond M. 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Davis, Harry A. Davis Phyllis E., 344 Davis: Ralph C. Davis, Roger A. Davis Ross H., 304 Davis, Terry R., 297 Davison, Gerald E., 304 Dawson, Albert K. Dawson, David T. P. Dawson , Leo S. Dawson, Martha L. Dawson, Maureen A. Day, Adrienne A. Day, Ch arles G. Dey, Marian J., 315 Dibben, Joan B., 297 Dick, Arthur D. Dick, Marjorie J. Dick, Robert A., 355 Dick, Velma C. Dicken, Lila R. Dickson, Marie I., 310 Dickson, Murray W., 308 Dickson, Sharon L. Dicksen, J., 323 Didow, Dennis W.. 297 Didow, Larry A. Didrikson, Stanley Didrikson, Sylvia A., 355 Diduck, Lesia C., 345 Diemer, Jans Diemer, Johannes J. Diewold, Patricia A.. 53 Dillenbeck, Diane E., 323 Dillenbeck, Edith N., 315 Dimsdale, James J. Din, Walter M., 304 Dineen, Helen M., 355 Diner, Uriel E. Dingle, Thomas W. Dingman, John M., 315 Dinwoodie, David L.. 303 Dippie, Brian W.. 300 Dippie, Bruce T. Disterheft, Irma E., 315 Ditto, Douglas I., 53 Dixon, Donald A. Dixon. Douglas M. Dixon, James E. Dixon, James L. Dixon, Jeanette B. 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Kenneth R., 345 Dubetz, Eileen M., 297 Dublenko, Donald M., 67 Ducey, Wayne R. Duchak, Donna L., 310 Duchon, Gusztav Duckering, Victor H., 303 Dudar, John D. Dudar, Judith A. Dudas, Marvin J., 290 Duell, Cheryl A., 347 Duffin, John D., 329 Duggan, Marion P., 304 Dugger, Elizabeth L. Dugger, Richard L., 304 Dugle, David L., 53 Dugle, Janet M., 53 Duhamel, Jacqueline E. Duignan, James L., 297 Duke, Elgin T., 308 Dumas, Carmen M. E. Dumas, Diana M., 293 Dumas, Jacqueline C. M., 297 Dumont, Maurice I. Dunay, Martha J. J., 315 Dunn, Robert A. Dunn, Sandra Lee M., 297 Dunne, Maureen E. Dunnigan, Francis E. Dunnigan, Robert L. Dunnigan, Thomas B., 70 Dunnigan, William H. Dupilka, Allan J. Dupilka, Ted L. Du Plessis, Morne P. Elliott, Glen C. Elliott, Gordon C. Elliott, John F. Elliott, Josephine F., 355 Elliott. Judy C., 293 Elliott, Philip D., 345 Elliott, William J., 355 Ellis, Elizabeth A., 323 Ellis. Jacqueline E., 323 Ellis. Michael J., 355 Dupont, Elizabeth L., 315 Dupuis, Luize T. 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Fallow, William A.. 329 Faminow, Venera M., 293 Fance, Bryan N. Fandrick. Barbara R.. 315 Fantham, Anna M. Fantin, Theodore D. Farion, Bill D., 355 Farion, Richard M. Farion, Theodore B. Farmer, Andrew J. Farmer, Robert A. Farmilo, Alfred J., 352 Farnham, Katharine Farnham, Penella E. Farquharson, Graham, 52 Farries, Leonard W. Farrington, Gordon. 310 Farrington, Lois E., 315 Farris, Diana L.. 337 Farris, Ron M. Farvolden, Ralph A., 355 Farwell, Richard A. Faulkner, Marilynn L. Fawcett, Donna A. M., 315 Fawcett, Keith H. Fawcett, Wilmer J. Fazil, Mohammad Fearn, Dianne E., 293 Fearon, Daniel P. Fearon, Roy C. A . 355 Featherstone, K. Featherstonhaugh, Don, 303 Fedec, Paul Fedor, Sr. John Fedoration, Donald R. Fedoretz Mike M.. 306 Fedoretz, Zoria, 310 Fedoruk, Annemarie J. Fedoruk, Dennis E., 355 Fedoruk, Michael Fedoruk, Raymond A. Fedorus, Leonard J. T., 323 Fee, E. Douglas. 323 Fee, Gladys M., 315 Fee, Paul Feeney. James A.. 315 Fehlberg, Dieter Fehler, Wolfgang P. W., 315 Feige. Eric Feist, Linus L. Feldman, David E. F.. 297 Feldmeyer, Clemens, 51 Feldmeyer, Ilma A., 64 Felesky, Brian A. Felesky, Theodore V., 304 Felker, Peter R. N. Felstad. Barry R. Felstad, David R., 290 Felstad, Donald M., 64 Fenerty, Ronald L. Feng. Richard J., 67 Feniak, David J. Fenske, Robert R. Finley, Lorne F.. 304 Finnie, Isobel M. Finstad, Roy N. Fischbach, Gordon M., 352 Fischer, Donald G. Fischer, Edmund R. Fischer, Kenneth E., 51 Fish, Robert J.. 355 Fishbourne, Maryanne, 335 Fishburne, Ronald K., 315 Fisher. Alexander R., 355 Fisher. Anthony A. Fisher, Diana H., 345 Fisher Hannah E. Fisher, James L., 350 Fisher, Janis, 315 Fisher, Margaret J. Fisher Sharon A., 58 Fisk, Robert L. Fitzpatrick, Arthur B. Fitzpatrick, Gordon, 302 Fix, Donald J., 337 Fix, Leona A., 310 Fix, Marilyn A., 347 Fjeseth. Flagler, Larry B., 310 Barbara M., 297 Flaig, Mary L. Flak, Maria Flathman, David P. Flegel, Theodore F. Fleming Fleming Fleming . David A.. 51 , Douglas W., 297 Evelyn M. T., 315 Fleming, James P. Fleming, Leonard T. Fleming, Peter M. Fleming, Robert T., 304 Flesher. Benjamin F. Fletcher, Glenn A., 345 Fletcher, Jean E., 60 Fletcher, John W. Fletcher, Robert W., 303 Fletcher, Ronald A. Flewelling, Judith Flewwelling. Francis. 30 Flewwel ling, R. Brian, 67 Florence, Beverly D. Florence, Harold D. Florence, Heather L. Florence, Roderick, 308 Florkowski, Joanne, 3-l5 Florkowski, Peter C. Fluet, Sonja M. Flynn. George, 300 Foder, Gerald R.. 352 Fodor, Violet, 310 Fogel, Harold G. Foley, Joseph G. Folinsbee, John D. Folinsbee, Robert A., 67 Folkins, Maxine G., 297 Folkins, Roger H. Folkman. Sharon H., 60 Follinglo, Anna C., 310 Fontaine, Delbert W. Fontaine, Harvey L. Fonteyne, Darol M. Foo. Edson M. . Egar, Sheila L. Egbert Steve D. Ehly, Jennifer A. E., 300 Ehman, Donald A. Ehrhardt, Sharon W. Eiben, Elsie M. Eichhorn, Gerald C. Eifert, Carol A. 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Jenkins Lois M 317 Jenkinson, John'A. Jenks. Allison D. Jenner, Frederick J. Jensen Dwight R.. 317 Jensen, Edwin M. Jensen, Eileen M., 352 Jensen, Henry, 40 Jensen, Lynne E. Jensen, Vivian J.. 356 Johnstone, Judith A. Johnstone, William R.. 356 Joinson, Peggy A. Jolly, A. Grace Joly, Robert Jones, Adrian B. Jones Allan R Jones, Barbara' F.. 335 Jones, Carole R., 319 Jones. Cheryl A., 36 Jones, Diane K. Jones, Edward A. Jones, Enid L., 317 Jones, George M. Jones, Gordon H. Jones, Howard E., 331 Jones. Hugh D., 352 Jones, Isabelle P. Jones, Kathleen P. Jones, Kenneth M. Jones, Melvin Jones. Michael D. Jones. Michael G.. 331 Jones, Patricia W. Jones, Stephanie W. Jones, Stephen C. Jones, Thomas R. B. Jones Vernon H 308 Jones: William Jonson, Karen R., 344 Jonsson, Ingrid M., 347 Jordan , Brian R.. 303 Jordan. Gary L. Jordan, Irene I.. 41 Jordan, M. Diane Jordan, Sandra C. Jorgensen, Joann V. Jorifenson, Howard G. Jorstad. Ralph G., 350 Josey, James Jost, Rolf Joyce, Marjorie E. Kaziuk. Ronald J. Keatley, Penelope J., 302 Keay, George R. Kee, Jim M. Keech Donald J. L., 310 Keehn, Carole L. Kehoe, Elizabeth A., 302 Kehoe Kehoe , Francis, 290 . John J. P. Keil, Erna B. Keil, Herbert J. Keillor, Bonnie M. Keir, Grant Keith, Barry J. Keith, Rodney C. Keith, Roger G , 57 Kellamg Gary, 48 Keller, Bernard E. Keller, Helmut O., 319 Keller, Kenneth G. Keller, Marjorie E. Keller, Sharon R. E., 317 Kellett, Beverly A., 65 Kellner, Joseph A. E. Kelly, Brian E. Kelly, Dorothy G.. 45 Kelly, James A. Kelly, Kathleen J., 340 Kelm, Ingbert Kemp. Daphne S. Kemp, Donald C. Kemp, Gerald A. Kemp, Margaret J. Kemp Vernon H., 67 Kemsley, Graham M. Kennedy, Kenneth D. Kennedy, Kenneth M. J. Kennedy, Raymond E. J. Kennedy. Sharon E. Kennedy Wavne A 303 Kenney, John C., 308 Kenney, John L. Jenson, Paul A. Jervis, Read Hugh G. Jervis, Vivian E. Jeske, Erhart A. Jeske, Siegbert, 67 Jespersen. Joseph P. Jesten. Bertine J., 59 Jetz, Waldemar. 350 Jewell, Jean F. R. Jewell La iren Joziasse, Cornelius, 352 Jumago, Ralph V., 352 Junck, Kenneth H. Justik, Francis V. Juvkam, Wold Ola S.. 329 K Kaburda Alexan Kent, Robert G. Kenyon. Donald J., 352 Keown, Lawrence C., 290 Kerbes. Richard H.. 350 Kerekes, Joseph Keri. Anthony Kerkhoven, Eduard Kerr, Barry A. Kerr, Gordon R. . ' ce D. Jewell, Sandra E., 36 Jha, Krishna K. Jlrsch, Dennis W. Jobe, Ronald A.. 45 Johannsen, Uwe Johansen, Ralph G. Johanson, Ethel K. Johanson, Gary M.. 303 Johanson, Harriet T., 59 Johns, Mary E., 36 Johnson, Anita M.. 319 Johnson, Arnold H. Johnson, Baldwin C. . der Kach, Nick Kachman, Clarence P. J., 64 Kachman, Jennie E., 317 Kachman, Ronald M., 50 Kadar. Joseph W. Kadatz, Dennis M. Kaethler, Rudy. 51 Kahn, Ghengis, 329 Kairys, Theodore K. Kaiser, Julia A., 63 Kaiser, Lorraine A., 317 Kaiser, Mona A., 317 Kalbfleisch, James B. Kalbfleisch, Joanne E., 308 Johnson, Beverley J., 302 Johnson, Brian, 331 Johnson, Brian G. Johnson. Dale C., 331 Johnson. David. 306 Johnson, Dennis W. Johnson, Elizabeth K., 309 Johnson, Elwood E.. 36 Johnson, Eric L. Johnson, Eric W. Johnson, Gary E., 303 Johnson, Gary N. Johnson, Gerald D.. 63 Johnson, Glenda A., 337 Johnson, Grace M.. 45 Johnson, Herbert W. Johnson, James G.. 352 Johnson, Janet M., 36 Johnson. Jayne D. Johnson, Jeannine L., 344 Johnson, Kelvin T. Kales, Kaliel, Judith L., 300 Kathryn E., 317 Kalinowsky, Marline Kalita, Adeline M. Edwarl T.. 356 Kallal, Kallal, Terence R., 302 Kalloo. Viola I. Kalinowsky, Michel Kalmbach, Sharon G., 317 Kaluzniak, Edward T., 317 Kalyta, Michael A. Kaminski, Lorraine Kaminsky. Judy J., 61 Kerr, Kenneth J. Kerr, Lesley D., 344 Kervin, Michael R. W., 350 Keryluke, Vivian D., 59 Kesner, Helen M.. 356 Kestner, John S. Ketskernety, Terence R. Keyes, David M. Keys, Robert A., 48 Khan, Ghulam S. Khan, Khursheed A.. 53 Khan, M. Rashid Khan. Mohammad F. A. Khan, Shahamat U. Khan Sukur G M A Khandwala. Saifuddin Khanna, Savitri. 53 Khanna. Shyam M., 53 Khullar, Krishan K. Kiddell. Joyce B. M. Kidney, Mahlon E. Kidney. Sharon E., 344 Kiefer le, Hans J. Kiel, Edwin H. Kientz. Marvin L. Kim, Ko H. Kiernan, Gary B., 302 Kanashiro, Danny, 302 Kane, Harold R., 66 Kangas, Roger M., 317 Kangas, Wayne J.. 331 Kansky, Robert K., 352 Kao Ling. C. Kao Wen Jou W. Kao Yu, H. Kiffiak, Wesley A., 317 Kilb. Bradley L.. 356 Kilborn, Jennifer A., 302 Kilburn, Linda G. Kildaw, Richard Kilert, Rita M. Killbery, Lynn Kimak, Marlene R.. 337 376 Kinlay, Mervyn G. Kinley, Donald A. Kinley, Grace I., 317 Kinnaird, Linda R., 317 Kinoshita, Kimio, 66 Kinoshita, Toyoshi Kinoshita, Tsuyoshi Kinsella, Earl R. Kipp, John D., 345 Kirby, Charles R.. 47 Kirchmeir, Wolfe E Kireef, Tony, 350 Kirik, Myron C. Kirk, Angus H. Kirk, Cameron J. Kirk, Paul J., 356 Kirkham, Donald B., 302 Kirstein, Ronald D. Kirstein, Sandra M.. 45 Kirton, Jacqueline M. Kirylchuk, Alma J. Kirylchuk, Peter, 67 Kishiuchi, Maurice Kisko, Frank J. Kiss, Julius S. Kiss, Robert A., 36 - Kiszyk. Bozena M. A.. 317 Kitaguchi, Evelyn K. Kitar. Gwendelyn P. Kitchen, Hubert W. Kitchen, Jennifer, 71 Kitsco, Margaret R. Kitt, Jerry M. Kitt, Lawrence D., 350 Kittie, Douglas C., 302 Kittleson, James G. Kitz, Norman R. Kizlyk, Olga M. Kjosness, Donald H. Klaassen, Hugh S. Klaffke, Richard J. Klappstein, Robert E. Klar, Siegfried Klarenbach, Wilfred A. Klarner, David A. Klassen, John E. Klassen, Johne, 67 Klatt, Ervin Klaubert, Dieter H. Klause. Marlene A. Klauss. Marianne. 302 Kleckner, Marianne, 302 Kleebaum, Edward G. Klein, Johannes Klein, Kari Klein, Regina Z., 302 Kleparchuk, Harry Kletke, Melvin, 310 Klimchuk, Melvin J., 309 Klimovich, Betty P., 352 Klimovich, Edward P., 319 Klinck, John E., 40 Kline. Stephen A. Kling, Gordon Q. Klipper, Elaine, 335 Klipper, William S. Klippert, Lorne A. Klompas, Nicholas M., 303 Klose, Robert E. Klotz, Melvin, 309 Klotzer, Frieda E. Kluchky, Kenneth W., 67 Kluck, Catherine J., 36 Klutz. Ernest A. Klym, Louise, 317 Knaak, Peter, 302 Knapcik, Mary M.. Knapik, Karen K., 306 Knecht, Norman G. Knechtel, M. W. Knechtel, Patricia A., 345 Kneeland, Shirley A. Knievel, Dennis E. Knight. George A., 302 Knippleberg, Shirley, 344 Knopke, Harold, 310 Knopp. James A. Knor. Matthias J., 325 Knotzinger, Edith M., 325 Knowles, George R., 325 Knowlton, Ronald O. Knudsen, Warren W.. 331 Knudtson, Merril L., 352 Knull, Garry R. Knutson, Richard E.. 36 Ko, Wilfred C. C., 329 Kober, Robert A.. 302 Kobie, Clayton J. Kobylnyk, William T. Kociupchyk, Donald Koehn, Arnold A. Kofluk, Sam W., 325 Koh, Arthur W. C., 63 Kohut, Myroslaw B. 352 Kokotylo, Janet A. Kolacz, Henry R. Kolacz, Lucy D. Koladich, Peter B. Kolber, Stanley M. Koles, Robert S., 50 Koles, Zoly J ., 329 Kolesar, Dennis L., 49 Kolewaski, Edward E., 310 Kolewaski, Victoria D. Koleyak, Patricia J. Kolibaba, Shirley M. V., 317 Kolmatycki, Paul, 325 Kolotyluk, Catherine Kolotyluk, Frances, 45 Kolotyluk, Kenneth Kolotyluk, Sylvia, 319 Kolstad, Alvin R., 317 Komarniski, Donald A. Komarnisky, Susie M., 317 Komishke, Ronald A.. 319 Komm, Kenneth E. Komm, Ronald W., 306 Konasewich, Dennis, 350 Kondratiuk, Russil Kondro, Claudette Z., 325 Konelsky, Harvey V. Konelsky, Lorne R. Konopelka, Jean Konrad, Horst Konye, Antal, 55 Koole, Allan R., 309 Kooman, Johanna C. Kopach. Stanley Kopala. Margaret M., 302 Kopchia, Irene E. A., 352 Kope, Lothar H. Kopf, Harold G.. 317 Koppang, Douglas R. Korbely, Anna, 325 Korbyl, Edward J ., 356 Korchinsky, Nestor Koren. Rose H., 325 Korenowski, Nick Kornelson, Harvey B., 45 Korobko, Elsie, 317 Kortes, Norman W. Kortooms, Edmond L. Korzan, Helen M. Kosheiff, Katherine, 325 Koshman, Gladys R., 325 Koshman, Iris J., 317 Koshman, James C. Koshman, Phyllis. 325 Koshman, Robert W. Kosiur, Carol J. Koski, Marvin A., 45 Kossak, Martin V. Kossey. Donald M.. 325 Kostash, Elizabeth, 302 Kostash, Janis M. Kostash, Mary Kostash, Myrna A.. 302 Kostiuk, Victoria R. Kostiw, George J. Kostiw, Thomas J. Kostiw, Victor Kostka. Geraldine Kostyshyn. Edward Koszec, Paul C. Kotowich, Marshall R. Kott, Lorne J. Kottke, Ekkehard W. Kotylak, Joseph T. Kotylak, Vera M.. 63 Kouba, Rudolph F. Kovac. Irene A.. 352 Kovacs, Allan Kovacs, Jacqueline M. Kowal, Walter S., 317 Kowalchuk, Harold J. Kowalchuk, Peter J., 319 Kowalchuk, Terrance M. Kowalek, Lon, 40 Kowalski. Kenneth R. Kowaluk, Markian Kozak, Eugene L. Kozak, Iris, 319 Kozak, Kathryn, 302 Kozak, Kenneth B. Kozak, Oresta, 54 Kozak, Paul Kozak, Phyllis J. Kozak Sidney N., 325 Kozak: Victor Kozakewich, Edward J. Kozdrowski, Mary Y., 45 Koziak, Methodius T. J. Koziak, Theresa T. M., 68 Kozniuk, Dale W. Kozub, Gerald C., 350 Krahulec, Lorna L., 317 Kramer, Jacqueline Kramers, John W., 352 Kramps, Eugene W. G., 319 Kramps, Yvette P., 302 Kranias, Lily Krankowsky, Raymond, 325 Kratzmann, David A. Kratzsch, Michael Krause, Barbara A. Krause, Frederick W. Krause, Larry W., 319 Krause. Lorne G. Krause, Lyle E. Krause, Richard D. Krause Ronald C. Krause Stanley A., 32 Krawchuk, Diane J., 325 Kraychy, Sonia E.. 345 Krebs, Sylvia I., 325 Kregosky, Brian J. P.. 36 Kreisel, Esther Krenz, Douglas M. Krenz, Douglas M., 356 Krenz, Walter G. Kreutzer, Valerie S. Krewski, Bernie E. Kreye, Alice Kreye, Harry Krieger, George, 317 Kriese, Arthur, 63 Kriese, Irma Kriese, Lorraine D.. 317 Krikke, Egbert H. Krinke. Leokadia Krishnan, Madhan A. Krorishnamurti. C.R. Krtli, D., 317 Krivy. Gary J. P., 317 Kroeger, Elizabeth L. Kroeker. Herman P., 352 Kroeker. Jake C. Kroeker. Julius K., 345 Kroening, Grace R. D., 36 Kroetch, Sr. Mary C. Kroetsch, Sr. Marie D. Kronstedt. Donald W.. 350 Kroon, Elko B., 302 Kropp, Gary E. Krouse, Irene M., 33 Krpan, Robert G. Kruchowski, Emily T. Krull, Burt P. Krull, Dianna G., 325 Krushelnicki, Allan R. Kruyer. Jan Kryklywicz. Sonia, 317 Krynen, Willy A. 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Sharon Madill, Diane L., 319 Madill, Sharon K., 318 Madkins, Marie L. P. Madsen. Albert J., 318 Madsen, Carol A. Madwid, Elizabeth. 309 Maertens. Poole W. H. Maguire. Kathleen G. Maguire. Louise M. Maguire. Thomas O. Mark, Tony Marken, John A. Marken, Ronald N. Markert, Graham F., 358 Markert, Norman T., 318 Markham, Janet M. K., 299 Markle, Alexander G. Markle, Elizabeth V., 335 Markley, Robert P. Marko, Maurice Markovich. Paul, 318 Marler, Blaine G. Mai-les, William G.. 319 Marliss, Errol B., 57 Marquardt, Margaret L., 358 Marquis, Donald E. W. R., 306 Marr. Andrew H. May, Joseph E. May Ronald A. May, William C. May, Winnifred A., 302 Mayan, Ralph E., 353 Maydonik, Norman A. Marsh, Margaret J., 340 Marsh, Marna L., 335 Marshall, Clifford Marshall, Elna M. Marshall, Gael N. Marshall, Jan P.. 345 Marshall, Neil S. Marshall, Patricia M., 325 Marshall, Rhonda M. Marshall, Robert A. Marshall, Sherrill J. Marshall, William A. Marte, Douglas A. J. Martell, Sandra J. 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