University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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The DESERT staff wants to keep those traditions pres- ent in the minds of the Class of 1954, and so in this book it has tried to gather the feelings and the spirit that are Arizona. The cover depicts the "A" blanket, traditional award for outstanding service to the Uni- versity. The "A" is picked up, repeated and revised as it expresses the feeling of each of the seven divisions. Traditional campus activities and events are pictured to introduce each subdivision. And Arizonais traditional mascot, the lVildcat created by Bob lVhite C,49j, keeps itself busy changing guise as it jumps from one page to the next. The staff hopes the 1954 DESERT will help Arizona,s graduates remember their school and its traditions, and most especially the traditions shown here, the best loved of them all. In the words of the Students' Handbook: The University of Arizona's most memorable athletic tradition is the slogan "Bear Down," given to WVildcat teams by John "But- ton" Salmon, president of the student body and varsity football quarterback and baseball catcher, shortly before he died in 1926 following an automobile accident that occurred during the gridiron season of that year. "Button" Salmon's last message to his team- mates, spoken to J. F. McKale, athletic director, was "Tell them to bear down." The term "Bear Down" is painted in large block letters atop the men's gymnasilun. -2- nnuuunnn-mu ew 'akgwm -3- dicotion who has done more than any other person to make the uBear Downv tradition live again. jack Lee came to Arizona just two years ago as director of the band and a member of the faculty of the Fine Arts College. The Universityis band had reached a low point in spirit and enthusiasm, but Mr. Lee came determined to build "one of the finest marching bands in the Westf, From the University of Michigan where he had been assistant conductor and drillmaster for what has been called the finest collegiate marching band, Mr. Lee brought a new, fast-paced and crowd-pleasing marching system. But this method wasnt the only new thing he brought. Mr. Lee had read about the 6Bear Downu tradition and long before he had reached the campus had written words and music for a new fight song. Its intro- duction September 18, 1952, brought a rejuvenation of school enthusi- asm and a near miraculous spirit to the band, until now it well upholds its motto, 'iThe Best Band in the West." The University is grateful, jack, for the rebirth of a great tradition and for "Bear Down, Arizonaf, Bear Down, Arizona, Bear Down, Red and Blue, Bear Down, Arizona, Hit 'em hard, let 'em know who's who. Bear Down, Arizona, Bear Down, Red and Blue. Go, Go, Wildcats, Go! Arizona, Bear Down. -4- Mwwww able of out nt A Cl . J CG GUIICS Campus . ..... . Administration. . Colleges ..... Student Government . . I Publications . . . Music ...... Drama and Speech . . Jtluleties Football ..... Basketball . . Spring Sports . . Intramural Sports . Womens Sports . Page 8 .6 .17 ..23 ..65 80 . 83 . 95 . 101 108 . . 111 . . 127 . . 143 . . 155 . . 163 ssocziotions Sororities ....... Fraternities Halls . . Honoraries . . Clubs ..... Religious Groups . . cfivities Fall ..... Winter Spring . . D 1'1stoc1'ocy I Royalty ....... " Personalities . . . dverhsing Advertising Index .... General Index ..... Faculty Index . . . Student Index . In Memoriam Page 172 . . 175 . . 201 . . 247 . . 261 . . 279 . . 283 288 . . . 291 . . . 309 . . . 319 328 . . .331 . . .351 356 . . 400 . . 401 . . 404 . . 405 . . 415 1 ccldemics 1' 4 'gigs -If I . f ,,,...f ,-x .- 91 'ix fg it! 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As the fountain in front of Old Main stands as a memorial to the dead of World WVar 1, so stands the Student Union building, dedicated in 1951 to the Arizona dead of 1rVorld W7ar II. The bell from the U.S.S. Arizona, sunk at Pearl Harbor, rings from the Union tower which dominates the campus. The million-dollar building, sleek and modern, serves as brick-and-mortar proof of the Universityis progress since the days when Old Main was new. K Student Union Z!!! ill ll FI U! rl: ll rr "ff, University Library Five thousand people can make a town. And to its more than 5,000 students the Uni- versity of Arizona is a town - their town for the vears of their college life. But these 5.000 inhabitants must be served. entertained and taken care of, as well as educated - providing a full-time job for five University buildings which remain daily "at your service." ..+g F121 M--- 7:3 in " ,,.. .Mx mn. , ...1.- .M 4 . .. A ,I " ,: ' ..,.+. ff ' p f -' 1 I University Auditorium ' L., .. .. al... .i,.. i..1.a.Q.,m..0..A .mes-W .mamaaius-M ' ' ' - X V ff ..- -. Inside the main gate stands the two-story red brick library. not only the repository for 230,000 volumes. but also a center of student life as well. iiMeet me at the libraryu becomes a common phrase dur- ing final week each semester. The audi- torium, across the street from the library, draws audiences from students and townspeople alike. Sunday Evening Forums, Artist Series presentations and campus and local programs present top personalities before the auditorium foot- lights. Steward Observatory Arizona State Museum Students can see stars at Arizona all right, and see them better than they could at almost any other university. Large. white- domed Steward Observatory houses a 36-inch reflecting tele- scope, one of the largest on any campus. The largest telescope is primarily for research with two smaller telescopes used for instruction and public demonstration. Arizona history is on display daily at the University in the Arizona State Nluseunr. Located at the Third Street entrance. the Museum specialized in exhibits from the pre-Spanish period of Southwest history. Every ailment from sniffles to broken bones is treated at the University Infirmary. To maintain the health of its student body. the school maintains the 20-bed clinic. open daily and staffed by physicians and graduate nurses. University Infirmary at your ervice . .. 1 -15- 1 il V ...GU b eautiiui Campus 31-si Palm-lined Drives amid Red Brick Buildings The gates at the main entrance of the University of Arizona stand open each day - in welcome to the beau- tiful campus which lies behind them. Inside the gates a palm-lined drive winds its way through the grounds. curving among the red brick buildings. Although built over a period of 60 years, the Universityis buildings have maintained harmony in architecture. Even the Weather looks with favor on the school, making spring fever a more than once-a-year affair. Sunshine and blue skies are the rule - rain and wintry weather are only occa- sional visitors. Bermuda lawns are deep green from April to November. XV inter rye grass keeps the ground green always in a few places. The University doesnt ignore its desert surroundings but tends its own bit of desert in the cactus garden across from the tennis courts. lt's a pleasant drive from Park Avenue to Cherry, for the University of Arizona indeed has one of the South- wests loveliest campuses. .i lk The Student Union with the Catalina Mountains as a Backdrop adminisfrafion pr X We i3,,,:1,, "", -.Q J M , 1' f. - ,A:.,, , V. up- I N. - X It ,,. t X Q y . .R ? A. X v ' X 1 5 WS I W 31 , f 'X E l'ltl'ISIlDl-ENT RICHARD A. HAHVILL The Harvills' new home in El Encanto Estates was completed last spring. esldent s President Richard A. Harvill has completed his third year as the Unix'ersity's chief exec- utive and his twentieth year as a member of UA's official family. lnangurated Nov. 16, 1951. Dr. Harvill is the 1-lth president of A1'lZ01lil'S first institution of higher education. Starting at the University as an assistant professor of economics, Dr. Harvill advanced to dean of the Graduate College in 1946. He next served as dean of Liheral Arts Col- lege. from which post the Board of Regents selected him to direct the University. vice-president The Universityas Number-Two inan is Vice-President Robert L. Nugent, who has been on the faculty since 1932. The vice-president received both his B.S. and M.S. at Arizona in 1923 and 1925 respectively. He completed requirements for a bachelor of arts degree at Oxford and received his Ph.D. from Cornell. The Universityis good- will ambassador, Dr. Nugent visits Arizona high schools and coordinates faculty and student relations. JOHN G. BABBITT President of the Board ROBERT L. NUCENT board of regents Governing the Universityis operations is the ten-member Board of Regents. The two ex-officio niembers, Gov. Howard Pyle and Marion L. Brooks, superintendent of public instruction, and the eight appointive members establish adrninistrative regulations, appoint the faculty and staff, set student tuition, approve courses of instruc- tion and award degrees and diplomas. Lynn M. Laney, William R. Mathews, john G. Babbitt, Michael B. Hedges, Walter R. Bimson, john M. Jacobs, Alex Iacome, Mrs. Evelyn Jones Kirrnse. Not pictured: Governor Howard Pyle, Marion L. Brooks. mg I 4 1 I 1. . Q, xx iv .g ti 'x ' 'i . fl! Q ' ...XFX , C' KAREN L. CARLSON A. LOUIS SLONAKER C. ZANER LESHER Dvan uf U'mncn Dean of Alun Registrar and Director of Admissions EDWIN CARPENTER RALPH M. ROBINSON Steward Observatory Placement Service Administration Building we w M, JAMES M. RHODES ROBERT L. HOUSTON Student Placement Service Buildings and Grounds 1 1 f: V ., :,,A , A y :. sd 1 , siiagv 4 . Xt X. is 1 -q-Q, sys-RQ , 5 A, agar . L is .yy 1-uzigsf rs ,Q l i MAX P. VOSSKUHLER Director, University Extension Division Rounding out the University of Arizona's administrative ri-ster are seventeen officials who carry out the policies set bv the Board of Regents. under the direction of the president. These officials head research. servi.e and administrative divisions. Six-the dean of women. the rc gistrar, the director of extension services, the Comptroller, the veterans' coordinator. and the head of the business office-have offices in the Administration Building, which this year has expanded to its two new wings. The dean of mens office is in the new BPA building. The agricultural extension service, placement bureau and business and ethnic research divisions have adininistraive officials as directors. The mechanical operation of the University is direct- ed by the superintendent of buildings and grounds and the purchasing agent. One of the first in the nation, UAFs tree-ring laboratory is directed by Dr. Andrew Douglass, founder of the science of dendrochronology-the study of tree rings and their relationship to climate. Also administrative officials are the di- rectors of the State Xluseum. Library and Steward Observatory. administration officials ENIIL XV. HAURY CHARLES U. PICKRELL HOXVARD TENCH CLIFFORD EDYVARDS ANDREXV E. DOUGLASS I1 ona State Museum Agriculture Extension Service CwIll11fl'0i1L'I' 3119110-S"S' Offffe MU'1U5?0f TWH' Rflltl LUb0fUf0"U AVID L. WINDSOR FLEMING BENNETT RALPH E. DEAL LAUREN W. CASADAY WILLIAM H. KELLY Veterans' Coordinator Librarian Purchasing Agent Bureau of Business Research Bureau of Ethnic Research -21- ,l. ,S I i W .. , , f' A X -3 . 3 Q3 QA' - - Ak V xg -gl ,4- 'XX K A . Q f 'Y K f YQ f X X U Rx 5 1 .E Z-J-N XX- frsxi A ' fr " A XXj""1. A A i Q 5 Q JW K I ' Q , ' ,gf Llili LUNYERY l':A'L'l'lIffl'L' SL'L'l'L'flIl'U N Alumni .'ASSOL'iiltiUIl ' I J XlARC.AliE'lq AYINDSOH ' lfdifor Arizona Almnnus fl XYILLIANI ll. SNIITII .i1llIlll,LIl.'l' P11-ss BllIA4'Llll VENICE Nl. LINDSAY .i1tIHll,!Cl' Visual Aids Bureau N-n BEN MARKLAND .i1lIl1ll,EfCI' lialmlio-'IW' lillflklll '-iw 1-ul. Roberta John and Tom Cody splice and inspect one of the Visual Aids Bureau's movie films. public relaiions Mrs. Minna Jones, Margaret Keeble and Hermina O'Dell of the Alumni Office send letters to alums describing Homecoming activities. "Here's a good print for the Star." says James Allen. assistant director of the Press Bureau, to Peggy Reeve, Fred Weigand and Pat Resor, writers. X5 5 Klint, ..-f'4f' ,,,x X .X Q X. Vt: 1 Nw. Y Q Y, -f U 1.3.4 I o ,. 4 I 1 N G fi ' H "On the air" are students in a radio lab-Ron Silverman, Dorothy Sharp Witmeyer, Sage Fletcher, Ray Brown and Howard Jenefsky. ei ' P 6 1 . jj P 5 -A x X- 'fig . f ' f X? Cgnege DEAX PIIIL S. ECKERT Q F Z ' tx T63 ii Q O A XJ lg I si . 1 .,. Ss, l Enrollment in the College of Agriculture totaled 413 for first semester, 392 for second. Aggie students this year Caine from all parts of Arizona, 22 states and seven foreign countries. Aggies major in any of 12 different fields of specialization, taught by instructors who are also research investigators. Classes are aided by the practical application of findings from seven experiment stations operated by the college. Facilities added this year in- clude a range grass nursery near Tucson, equipment for tracing radio-active elements valued at more than 820000, and a inod- ern laboratory for education and research at Mesa. Recently four UA agricultural scientists helped establish a service-type agricultural college at Bagdad, Iraq. '3"'lDEi' '-LF 1'9" ?2SiaQ,fzff,5ff7f'?if43-7 '7'L-TSE ' ' ' " f 'LN ,. 'wr '38 If f.,' 'tgfig MM, '- -- f':e'.1 .l-lilllil '11 -11 'B 1 College of Agriculture ..24- .fi i.'.s2. f1""""""' WW Q . X Q lv QW lk S a is 4 GEORGE XV. BARR XVALKER E. BRYAN THEO. F. BUEHRER LELAND BURKHART Agricultural Economfcs Plant Breeding Agrit'ultural Clzemis-try Ilorticulture RICHARD N. DAVIS D. F. MCALISTER M. XX'. PASVOGEL XVALTER S. Dairy Husbandry Agronomy Poultry Huslzanclry 52? ...Mx Botany, Range .ww 5 . 5 x 5 - -b.. --1-si - ,,,...,--ar W 4 Botany and Range Ecology, Horticulture and Plant Pathology Departments Row 1: R. M. Allen, Edwin Kurtz, XValter Phillips. David XVilson, Alice Boyle, R. B. Streets, Steve Fazio. Row 2: Leland Burkhart, Joseph Folkner, Robert Hmnphrey. Row 3: Paul Keener, C. T. Mason. Row 4: R. M. Harris, Fred Tschirley. f Je l I, ri .. I A2-gt .Nay x 93 '- --.1 fa I L. A. CARRUTH RUSSELL W. CLINE Entomology Ag.-H.E. Education XVM. PISTOR H. C. SGHXVALEN Animz1lPc1tl1ology Agrieul. Engineering ERNEST B. STANLEY RUBERT B. STREETS Animal Husbandry Plant Pathology Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Education and Agricultural Economics Departments Row l: E. R. Holekamp. XV. H. Fuller, I. S. Hillman. Row 2: Russell Cline. XV. A. Schafer, Harold Schwalcu, XX". E. Bryan. George Barr. Row 3: Kenneth Frost. E. H. Pressley, Andrew Vanvig. Not pictured: XV. T. McGeorgc. Edward Breazeale. H. V. Smith. M. A. Thomas. Alamos St. Clair. Rich- ard Shaw, George Smith, Charles Bernhard, Smith XVorley Ir. Not pictured: Departments of Agronomy and Dairy Hus- bandry: Larue Chapman, Howard Cords, E. H. Everson, Edna Lewis. Richard Davis, A. XV. Austin, Iohn Stull. ,i Entomology, Animal Pathology, Nutrition and Poultry Husbandry Departments Row 1: XViuifred Fleming. Emily Brodie. Row 2: George Butler. Ar- thur Kemmerer. Xl. G. Vavicli. L. A. Carruth. Myron Pasvogel, Nich- olas Raica, XV. F. McGaughcy. Row 3: ll. B. Hinds, E. H. Pressley, VV. J. Pistor, Sanford Tepter. Not pictured: Raymond Reed, Robert Trautman, James Moody, Alice Stanfield, Bartley Cardon, Ted jar- dine, O. F. Pahnish, Carl Safley. x fe school of f XIILDHED H. JENSEN Acting Director The completion of the new Horne Xlanageinent House and Nursery School last tall highlighted the year for the School of Horne Economics. Constructed at a cost of 885000. the new buildings serve as laboratories for practical instruction in home economics. Gov. How- ard Pyle attended the dedication Homecoming weekend. The school hosted 200 women at the annual convention of the Arizona State Home Economics Association March 5 and 6. A division of the College of Agriculture, the school's enrolhnent this season hit 1-16. an increase of 15 over the preceding school year. Graduates of the school may find johs in the fields of teaching, dietetics. home demonstration. social welfare. interior decoration, sell- ing. dress designing or just plain housewifing. Xu gl ggi' f L Q- 1 1 sgxri,-ASSX - Era 5: 21531.35 Qi' E721 4 A 42- 5:9 it an 'I' ' Q -- -'-x,., ' T home economics Home Economics Faculty Standing: Slaxalcnc Altman, Alice Books, Elizabeth Kaylor. Seated: Mil- clred Alcnscn. Mary Adele XVood. Martha Chapman, Ethel Thompson. Not pictured: Martha Elliott, Faye C. jones. Margaret Morgan. N- -an 2 ,J ,.z .f X 5 5 !! if Y U ', ' J Home Management House and Nursery -26.- ,,.-4 ,fx KN XV. D. Ackley Tucson, Arizona jere Boyer Tucson. Arizona Arthur Di Salvo Bronx, New York Sarah Ann Hall Sl1reu'sbury, Moss - I x A' Blarthu Anderson Tucson. Arizona Richard Coutchie Bentonville, Ark. james B. Garner Tucson, Arizona Helen Harbison Window Rk., Ariz. Janice Booingaard Glen Ellyn, Ill. Douglas Diggs lucson, Arizona Caroline Hablutzel blzreueport, La. Lucile Knagge Tucson, Arizona Vice-Dean Ralph S. Hawkins shows a chart of A1'izona's resources to Bruce Branscomb, Ed Garland and Jim Garner. Chuck Critchlow explains sheep judging to Arm Sayre while Instructor Carl Safley supervises Ariz0na's champion livestock judging team-Terry Jennings, Tom Manson, Tom Noonan, Bud Palmer, John Bruner and John Kinney. Dr. H. WV. Fuller. Don Nielsen and Jack Flock- ner experiment with the use of radio isotopes in plant research. A scale model of a livin room comes in handv for interior decoratine . g , , students Paula Thomas. Ann Sult. Harriet Sprague, Janet Baxter and Pat Anderson. .4 l va Y lx N 46" 9 EPI" ,, Y . , . . E Ll .' .' X , s ' ,z v ,g. 1, ' n' ' QA' 1 ,. ' 1, Q3- It A A 'H lid X . ' N1 Iuuu i"Q1f" V Qld :nw-' 'Wil " X X x we w if' s --I 1.1 li? aggie seniors Nina Kostopoulou Shirley-Nine Lee Bill Mandelhiniin Don McRae john Miller Carol Millisack Mary Kay Morris Trikala. Clrvi'c'a Taos-mi. Ariz. Tiiuvmz. Ariz. St. David, Ariz. Phoenix. Ariz. Denrcr. Colo. Pasadena. Calif. Tlimiins Xumniii Kenneth C. Olson Burl Palnier Martha Parker Cecilia Phillips Norm Pretzer B. C. Ric-liairdson Wilinctfc. Illinoix Sidney, .N'cl1ra.ska Tmnhsftmw, Ariz. lVinkelman, Ariz. Covina, Calif. Eloy. Ariz. Bragg Cifll, Mo. Saadiiin Si-rkaliia Sinnuel Slit-llliurn Bertram S. Silver Stun Smith Nancy Spencer joseph John Sykes Theresa Szewczzik Bagrlazl. Iraq Raslz, Cola. Next' York, N. Y. Plmenix. Ariz. San Diinas. Calif. Nogales, Ariz. Allentown. Pa. Ralph H. 'lliylcir Eva 'l'ln'ri'izinlt Patricia Tlionias Bernice Trinnmel -lanytli Vaughn lack VVarm-lie Carl Xlleiler Till'-SUN. Ariz. Tiursmi. Ariz. San Marina. Calif. Tncisan. Ariz. Albion. .lIiclz. Analca, Minn. Pll0C'lllX. Ariz. Matthew I. Nolan Tucson. Arizona Mary D. Seffens Joliet. Ill. Keith Taylor Plzoenix, Ariz. Gladys Mae lllhitc Tuvsmi. Ariz. ,f .J l" 'Ng-Y business O DEAN ELMER -I. BROXYX X 2 . ...A 5 Q if 9. Q 3 O 32 1 TOM WOOD 51..X:5.,.Q Commerce Student B I 'C uc y President The College of Business and Public Administration originated in 1934 as the School of Business in the Liberal Arts College. Now the college is the second largest in the University with an enrollment of 1,100 students. The four main departments are business, economics. socioloqv 'ind Bureau of Business R College of B usiness and Public Ad M . . secretarial studies. The esearch. created in 1949. studies business problems of sig- nificance Within the state. Dr. Elmer J. Brown was made director of the School of Business when it opened and moved up as dean when it became a college in 1943. In january of last year the college was housed under one roof for the first time when it moved into its new building. ministration .. 29 .. v-W. S l ,F .s .K 6. 6 . 1'v-va-V-J - ,Cf f faculty . uf' Xf- F. A. CONRAD ll. Xl. HUXYAHD ll. LANCEN Siwiulirgy I511.s'il1U.s'.s' Azlininisfratinn SL'l'l'L'flIl'illI Stiulivs LAFHENCE CRAY El'UI1UI7Ill'-N Bay Il. Alexandre Ceo. C. Alkire Ir. Richard Alleinann Alice F. Allington Tlutmn. Arizona Plmcnix. Arizimza llYL'.S'f11lll't'll.CtPlII1. Los Angivias. Calif. Roland P. Beelvr bl. -I. Birmingham llarry Blaisdell Clifford C. Bla-ich Yuma, Arizona Tacrmn. Arizona Sterling. Ili. Tilcsmi. Arizona Hiclnnrcl Brubaker F. Paul Bunker C. I. Candiano Wiley E. Capron Tuzrwn. Arizona Musa. Arizona Cliivagla. Illinois Talrsun. Arizona Holn-rt Clark xvillllllll B. Clarke Diane Cooper Carolyn Cox Hi.s'lJu'. Arizona Tilt'-XHII. Arizona San Gabriel. Cal. TIILWUII. Arizona Peggy Ann Davis Stanley DvCox'niuk Val Dm-Santa V. F. Dickerson IJ7'lfL'l'.N'lIlll',Q. Tenn. Tiawinz. Arizona Cin'flanz1. X. Y. Casa Grande: Ari' A , s. an wi ' , 1 3 gg, . .A U . X i . . P , . 'W ,,. .Ms f 5 .M ,"'fZ'- S X l, gi I ' 1 " gf. '- L .. . if BPA Faculty f L l P K How 1: Donald S. Klaiss. J. B. Hainbenne, Elwin G. XVo0d, Marjorie S. Brookshire. lohn YY. Leonard. john Shirer. Bow 2: Roberta R. Anderson. Malwl P. Cm. Fred O. Bogart. K1-inper XV. Merriam. Richard A. Kidwell. Row 53: Florence XY. Toland, Philip C. Hudson. A. B. Schmidt, Andrew XY. YYilson. Row -I: man. Alosc-ph Gill, pictured: john Il. Stricklvr. Carlos Ainaya CaraL'a.s'. Vvn. ClcnnL.Bless1nan Tzuzwn. Arizona Slicrwoocl Carr Tlirsmi. Arizona Xvlllikllll Crary La julia. Calif. -lim Dorlnann Ei Contra. Calif. Vincent F. Boland, George F. Herrick. Elmer M. Thier- Ruhert C. Parnell, Charles F. XVaytc. L. A. Myers. Not Denton. Alulia NV. Fuller. Norman ll. Piingstroin. Glen XV. Rohert Backstein Ray. Arizona Russell Boehn Porter, Inzliana Xvilllkllll C. Cisler Tzwsim. Arizona Cary Crowe SlH71Cl'flHl. fxfilllllll Stanley Drye EICvn1m. Calif. Bully Barclay T11C.s'm1. Arizona joseph Bradley '1'ucsoi1. Arizona Charles B. Clark Chicagn, Illinoix Homer Damall TuC.s'on. Arizona Herb Beazley Iloustmz. Texas Robert S. Brown Wfiicox, Arizona james K. Clark Tucson, Arizona jack B. Darnall Ufestcfrriile. Ohio Charles D. Foster Edward Franz Trios-mi. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Dave Garber Peter Gillies Tom Gilmour Donald Gray Page Gray Huron, S. Dakota San Diego. Calif. Toronto.Ont..Can. Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Edw. Hebbelcr Nero Haoen, Mo. Iolin R. Izard Tucson, Arizona Eugene Kirby Tucson, Arizona Robert Kramer Los Angeles. Cal. business seniors R. Hollensteiner james Hughes J. Richard Heiscy Roger Hill Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Chicago, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Gerald Kaplan Erval XV. jackson Charles johnson Bill jordan Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Gerald R. Klatt E. I. Klein Max Klessig Xvlllllllll Knopp Sylvania, Ohio St. Mary's, Mo. Tucson, Arizona Toledo. Ohio Barbara A. Lamar VVarren M. Lamb Leonilo Larriva Lionel F. Larriva Tolleson. Ariz. Mt. Baldy. Calif. Nogales, Ariz. Tucson, Arizona ni ,Q T E Yr, i A N I 'A -X Wayne Sanders, general manager of KCNA, discusses the use of Lf ,f-XA Q radio in retail advertising with Dr. E. G. Woodis advertising class. NZ , l Don Wolters shows his advertising layout to Instructor Sylvia .. 'f'x.f' Jacobs, Anita Vos, Marlene Vos, and Bill Weber, Paul Yde, - Ii- 5' , . N Chuck Candiano lin fronty, and Carol Hull, Bill Brazell, Jim ,GMMQQ3 za Birmingham and Bob Frederick. " f -31- 1 l l Mary Lou Samuel types a letter using a Dicta- phone in her voice writing class. iff Mrs. Rachel Maynard. BPA secretary, helps Harry Blaisdell, James C. Hughes. and Helen Woo check records of prospective members of Delta Simga Pi. Alpha Kappa Psi. and Alpha Epsilon. if ,. .Q A f. ' E 34, ,.,- X4 3 . Xa X A iff?" .lfif Eiigem- Leda-rcr Tizcson. Arizona liiclmrci Nlodvll Dvtroif. .lliciiigan Loren Olix ei' jr. Fargo, N. D. Flizaiivtli Hin-sgo Tiars-on. Arizona Bi-rnard Lennon Tuizson. Arizona II. R. Klontgonic-ry Las Vi',Qa.s'. Nur. I. L, Oppeiihciiiicr Ft. Maiiison. Ia. Ernest C. Rigoli Tizcxs-on. Arizona Bruce AI. Lewis Tiicsoii. Arizona Hruu- Morrison U'aulca,Qaii. Ili. Frank B. Over THC-Still. Arizona Alln-rt rl. Higoii Tiwsori. Arizona -fx business seniors La-land Livingston Donna Lucas Vincenti Bliinclwe John L. ML-Crnul San lose. Calif. YVii'iiifa. Kan,sa.s' Pasadena. Calif. Tiwsoii. Arizona james Xluilenbnrg Munn Munch Donald D. Myers Xiilliani D.Nevillc xYl'lL'fIH1. Ioica Phoenix. Arizona Tiu',s'on, Arizona Taiwan. Arizona Roger Perry Ann BI. Pi-tren Orin Pruncr Robert NV. Rainey Phoenix. Arizona Bayonne. N. 1. Souflz Gate. Cai. Phoenix. Arizona Eugene Hobiiivtt Edward llozciclui Leonard Siifford Aloxundrzi Schmitt liingnmn. Ariz. Caluznal CHU, III. Tucson, Arizona SiilfCl' City. Nall. Iolin Nlenlic-nnet Phoenix, Arizona Barbara Noble BCL'l'I'llfI'1iII-S',ClII. jaincs HL-idy Tnvsoiz, Arizona Karen Senior SaitLakcCity.U. 'Ak Robert J. Sharp Larry C. Shaw Bruce Sjursetli Bob Spaekeen Blarlettn Staples Tucson, Arizona Phocnix, Arizona Elgin, Illinois Clarcnionf, Ill. Tucson. Arizona R. Morgan Tartt Harry Templeton Earl Terrnan Harold Thornas George Tregea Pasarlena, Calif. Altaclena, Calif. Cleveland Hts., O. Cincinnati Ohio Tcson. Arizona MarlencVosDavis Louis Vukovich Bill XVaddoups Don XVallenclorf Albert H. XVzu'cl Tucson, Arizona Globe, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Chicago, Ill. Tucson, Arizona Mary XVillekens john E. XVilliams XN'l1itney XVolfc Donald YVolters Helen XVoo Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pasadena, Calif. Barrington, Ill. YVinslou:, Arizona business seniors J gi S af ,, 7' James Stellar Long Beach, Cal. Jesus A. Trias Tucson. Arizona jim XVLITIICI' Baton Rouge. La. Thomas P. Wood Douglas, Arizona zi fp ll. XVilS0n Sunclt Tucson. Arizona Otto Vereh Tuc.S'on, Arizona Bill XVGlJC1' Tucson. Arizona Paul Yde SanFrancisco,Cal. Robert Sutlierluncl Tucson. Arizona Anita Vos Tucson. Arizona Robert NVliite -lr. Tucson. Arizona Jerry Young Cleveland, Ohio c - .4.V Q 3, v ...., f 4 133.- X -17" K ,f ...ff w Prof. George F. Herrick points out locations Jo Ann Carlson and Sal Campagna are studying in economic geography class. Tom Rogers and Johnny Klein check the BPA bulletin board for job interviews. 5 ' " DEAN OLIVER iq. GAHHETSON H ducallwt r rrrlnnn l Furnishing qualified graduates as teachers in Arizona school systems is the task of the College of Education, headed by Dean Oliver K. Carretson. Five degrees are given by the college- bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in education, master of arts in education and master of education, and doctor of philoso- phy in education. Each education field-secondary, elemen- tary, supervision and administration, and research-has a divi- sion in the college. Members of the faculty also do teacher extension work throughout the state. Seniors in the college practice teach in the Tucson and Amphitheater school systems under the supervision of regular teachers. Here they are trained under the same conditions they will meet after graduation. The demand for teachers exceeds the supply so there is little diffi- culty placing graduates. More than 300 students were enrolled in the college this school year. w 4 m ii I' . ' ,v' ." as x fifm. I F4 Q. 4. - Nr li 'L ' w rf- . ll: ,-' ff X ,,-l"'f-""'- i College of Education -34- faculty Education Faculty Row l: Marion A. Blcflhchey, Curtis B. Merritt. Vergil ll. Hughes, Victor ll. Kelley, Emil L. Larson, Paul -I. Danielson, Ralph Bl. Robinson. Rohcrt A. Crowcll. Nlary F. Flournoy. Not pictured: XVcsley K. Ruff. education seniors Marilyn Adams S. Pasadena, Calif. Eliz. Bridgewater Prescott, Arizona Mary Coleman H elzer, U tal 1 Eileen Dick Tucson, Arizona Mary Ellen Alkire Elgin, Illinois Frances Brown Phoenix, Arizona Yllilliam Collins Tucson, Arizona Nancy Dunbar Tucson. Arizona Anne Arnold Tucson, Arizona Robt. Brown, Jr. Tucson, Arizona Sylvia Conelly Tucson, Arizona Ann Dunning Boise, Iflalzo Harry Arnold Barbara Baldwin Anita Barker Glendale, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Ioan Bryan Olive Condit Caid Bctty Canterbury Ne1L'portBcli.,Cal. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Betty Bell Davis Jackie Davis Nancy Davis Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Fred Dunsmore Rita Ehrlich Sally Eisele Miami, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix. Arizona Miriam Baily Bell Tucson, Arizona Rosanna Capin Nogales, Arizona Robert Davis Tucson, Arizona janet Elsfelder Beverly Hills. Cal. Naomi Belman Tucson, Arizona Susan Cohoe Tucson. Arizona Sydney Deal Tucson, Arizona Clarence Fenn Benson, Arizona -35- ' Three of the University's flying professors-Dr. Vic- tor Kelley. Dr. Robert L. Nugent and Dr. M. A. McGhehey-leave for Yuma to conduct extension classes. Future Teachers of America Row 1: Ann Dunning. Vloycc Ballard. Lynne Nloorc, Sally Ingersoll. Bi-tts NVadswrn'tli, lulir- KYilkins. Row 2: Kai' Snell. Margie Hinklc, Caroline Tlunnpsoii. Pant Sullivan, Carole Clark. Dc-clv Dudley. Row 3: Nlarx' Ann XXX-:ix'vi'. Pcqgv Linclstroin. Ann Siswn. Cal llartman. Ann Luiwc. Dr. Y. II. Iluglies kaclvisc-rl. Iacqueline Firth liinltn, Culifurniu Karen Cranrncl S!lIl.l1llI'llltl.Clll. Patricia llnll Pln1wzix.Ari:mu1 Aviva Kaniin Tm'.sm1. Arizunu r Ianicc Fislilnirn Elgin. Illinnis Dolores Craiizmx' Tznzsmz, Arizmm Lunisc l-luinistun Tllt'SUll, Arizrnm llir-lun-cl Kc-cfs Tzuzmn. Ariznnu C in education seniors 4' . XAMM I W 'MNA 5- 5. Lillian NI. Force Paul Forgach Mary Rose Frank Ioseph Sam Fulco Elberta Clad Trwwni. AI'l.ZUllIl Buclfnw, Illinuis TIICSUII, Arizmnl Cliivugn, Ill. Tuc'.s'zJn, Arizona Lorna llall Mary Ann Harms Carolynl lartniann Paula llaycs Anne Hazen Tinzsmi, ilfllllllll Hilzlzing, Minn. BUL'crlg1 I-Iills. Cul. Phoenix, Arizona .llz11'ic'01,vu. Arizona Sliirlry Humplircy Eugcnc lluntcr Barlmara Ivey Alanicc All-ssop Clyclc johnson Tnfzwn. Al'lZ-llllll Y'izc',s-uri, Ariznnu Tnczsfni. Arizona San Diego, Calif. Phoenix. Arizunu Carol Kc-rim-cly Margaret Klinc- Klary Lawrason Florence Lcecu Peggy Linclstrom Plnnvnix. Arizmiu Tnctwn. Al'l1Ullll PllltllvL'l'llC'.SE-S'l.,C7lll.QDlllllL'U, Illinois AllllL'llllliC'C, ll'i,s'. Jane Glosser Lfnnbrlrzl, Illinois KIayBctliHoff1nan Clizlrlas-tun, Ill. Sid Kain Tucson, Arizmiu XVm. C. Lwckctt Tucson. Arizona Elizabeth Loucks Ann Lowe Halene Mackay -lean Blaclcligan Los Angeles, Cal. Tucson, Arizona Los Angeles, Cal. ,lliclc1'lel1aro, Mass. Liz McKay Roberta McLernon Rosalie Mertz Beryl Mitchell Indio, California Prescott, Arizona Rogers City, Midi. Tucson, Arizona D. R. Nuckolls Dorothy Oliver Marianne Olson Anne Price Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Ianet Rice Xllalt Roberson Eleanor Roberts Rosa Rochin Douglas, Arizona Tucson. Arizona Coacliella. Calif. Douglas, Arizona d 0 0 e ucatlon seniors Harrison Malan Tucson, Arizona Philip Monicr Tucson, Arizona Ioan Price Phoenix, Arizona Richard Rodgers Miami, Arizona Virginia Martin Ornalia, Nebraslca Elizabeth Moore M orenei, Arizona Kathy Pruetz Pllocnix, Arizona Betty Ross Sita Barbara. Cal. Kay Mason ill asa, Arizona Harolyn Moore Prescott, Arizona Janice Ratts Phoenix, Arizona Nancy Roy Cliieago, Ill. Gail NIL-Intosh Hilzlzing. Minn. R. E. Nelson Tucson, Arizona Alyce Raynes Tucson, Arizona Ann Rufer Salem. Olzio School. - 37 - How to be a teacher is demonstrated by Mary Louise Gump to fellow students Betty Ross, Julie Wilkins, Jane Schell, Lois Allard and Mary Louise Jones. Toddy Condit Caid shows her second grade students how to finger paint while practice teaching at Roskruge Elementary "It's a bird." says Lenard Hines to biology students in his practice teaching class at Tucson High School. Smiling Bernyce Steinberg shows Bernice Teammel and Susie Smith how she teaches her youngsters with pictures. Russell Rumney X Y7 Mary Lou Samuel Diane Shaw CUVUIIIIIIU. Calif Szzffimi. Arizrniu Tucson, Arizona Sara Springer Beryl Srigli-y Mary Staigncr Ontario, Calif. Cu1'ciUrzGrnrc'.Cui. C11l'i.s'1Juci, N. AI. Jocelyn Sykes Robert rl1llUlllLlS Botti- xV5lClSXVUI'tll AiD,LIlliC-Y, Ariznnu T1ic'.s'm1, Arizona I30ulz1i'rCify.NcLf. Phyllis XYvinstvin loam XVi-vnml Rohm-rt XVllll2IL'l'l' lliiililllllt Ariz. S1111Bl'l'llilI'tiiilU.Cl1i, Zuniu, Ohio f 2: f f 'gi 'if' education seniors Pat Sheehan ' lViiiCux. rllilllllll AnnDhnStullcup Pl1um1i.x'. Arizona Hi-id E. XVulkcr Tmwnil. Arizona Anne Sisson Bmkcycf. Arizona Lou Ella Steningvr Tin'.s'inz, Arizona Chnrlnnn XV2ll'Cl Tm'.s'on. Arizona julia- XYilkir1s lXInry jo XVi1nhm'1'lcy BUHJIllII,S'ilIilll.Clli. Pimcnix.Arizmm Bill Smitheran Lung Beach. CHI. Bcity Stew-115011 TIIUSUII. Arizona ,luck lVats0n Phoenix. Arizona Shirley Zorn Pimcnix. :ll'i,ZUlllI Kay Snell l'l1m'nix.Arizmnz In-nn Stilwell Tlll'.N'IlIl. Arizinm ixlilfyfx IlIlxY1'ilYl'l' Lf1l'nrIf'. Inrl. Z' XYillnrcl S. SI'l5'llL'1' TIIUSUII. .'lI'iZlJIltl l'a1i Snllivnn Ailurlwia. Calif. xlllflllll C. Xlilulw pi1ill'HiX, Arizona fv- for Engineering Council Kneeling: Eugene Gwinn Jack T . , - -' urner. Standing' Ceil Pat- terson Cvice-presidentl Di k G , c uthrie, Robert Beain Ctreas urerj Raclare Cordis Qs ' , ecretaryl, Bob Robinson Qpresidentl Neil Botsford, Gale Holladay. Not pictured: Edwin Walker VVayne Tuttle, Paul Maca Frinlx B l . 1 ' uc iella, Bud Retruin, Larry Bivens, John Tverberg. 2 DEAN IUHN C. PARK Careers in civil, electrical and mechanical engineering are open tor graduates of the College ot Engineering. Six hundred and eighty students, a gain ot 15 per cent over last year, registered in the college as the demand for engineers still exceeded the sup- ply. Engineering students join xnining students in electing a joint governing body, the Ellglll6?E1',S Council. Social activities for both colleges - the treshinan smoker. tall dance and St. Patricks Day events - are arranged by the council. Theta Tau, profesional engineering society. added equipment to the labora- tories. Tau Beta Pi, engineering honoraiy society. hosted high school students on Senior Day. Student chapters of national engineernig societies arranged monthly meetings featuring speeches by graduate engineers. if l iii L 15- .....- ' ' :Anas-'x2.. g4gL,'3m1..LLt', Y, -+4vs...r-w -as -:--v,:,.av,-- ,,,,a., ,if College of faculty ,--H' Engineering Faculty Roxv 1: Arland G. Foster, Philip B. Newlin. Charles R. Hausenbauer. Quentin M. Mees. Lincoln D. Jones. Row 2: XVilliam C. Currie, James C. Clark. Andrew XV. Ross. Row S: Porter XV. McDonnell, John S. Phelps, . . - Harry E. Stewart. Richmond C. Neff. Row 4: Earl Russell Andrix, Ed- ward N. Roberts. J. L. Knickerbocker. Samuel E. Maynard, Quentin R. IL' H Hbme I '1 f L D D Thomson, David J. Hall, Rudolph A. Jimenez, Merle H. VVittmeyer. Not THOM-A15 L' AAIART IN pictured: Heliodore A. Mareoux, Ralph A. Yappel. Electrical Engineering Peter Alexieff David C. Allais Juan Alvarez Everett Anderson Harold Baldwin Thomas M. Berg Larry A. Bivens E. Gl'L7Cl1lLiiL'lZ. R. Tuuson. Arizona Morenei, Arizona Marana. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Richard Blakeslee Neilan B. Botsford Jerome Burley Thomas Butterfield Raelare Cordis Carlos Davila George A. Demaree Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Long Beacli. Calif. Tucson. Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson. Arizona George Dempster John C. Dotis Robert Earll David D. Few George Franklin Georffe Freeman Sidney E. Gifford CU0llllQL'Dtll71.ilfll. Allrens. Greece Tues-on. Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Houston. Missouri Donald F.. Goebel Eugene L. Gwinn Edgar M. Hoepker Gale Holladay NValter S. Jaeger Raymond Jimenez Kwan Ho Kang Tinnxozz. Arizona Clendanin, YV. Va. San jose, C. H. Tucson. Arizona Yuma, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Dinuba California Robert N. Keltner George Kolb Thomas C. M. Lee Delbert G. Legel Lawrence A. Lim Robert B. Lowe Paul Donald Maca Phoenix. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Singapore. Magfala Tucson. Arizona Tues-on. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Hinsdale. Illinois S. Arthur Meier David Nelson Tucson, Arizona TuCson,Ari:.ona -Iolin Reclfielcl jr. Ernest Retrum Ir. Beverly Hills, CoIif.TuC.s'on, Arizona Martin R. Speruy Stanley Spray Tucson, Arizona YVaidron, Micli. ,lack Turner Jack F. Uvodicli Tucson, Arizona Taos-on, Arizona Dennis E. VVhite XVilliam XVolfson Phoenix, Arizona Robert L. Nelson Tucson, Arizona C. R. Robinson Tucson, Arizona Luther Steele Douvnfll, California Edwin C. YValkor Tucson, Arizona Norman R. Zeller Tucson, Arizona Prof E. S. Borgquist and future civil engineers Don Shipley Clarence Miller, George Kolb, Henry Mitchell, Thomas Berg Carlos Davila, Rodney McKee and Gene Gwinn watch the test mg of a, piece of steel. 41 i -'mr li 6 Q-Q "Flag N DEAN JOHN B. CHOXYDER 4224 Y time iiii - l The College of Fine Arts is the University's center of culture. comprised of the Departments of Art, Dramatic Art, Speech and the School of Music. Established in 1934, the college this year enrolled approximately 300 students. The college initiated the first annual Fine Arts XVorkshop in March - climaxing the Week of culture with a world premiere. "The Circus of Dr. Laofi written by Tucson author Charles Finney, had its stage debut in Herring Hall. Wforks of art in music, speech, drama and art were discussed, criticized and evaluated by authorities in each field and participating students, alumni and townspeople. Col- lections of contemporary art were displayed in the Student Union under the sponsorship of the college. The five major drama productions, the band and chorus concerts and the speech meets also came under the College of Fine Arts direction. College of Fine Arts .-42,.. school of music NUS A. S. ANDERSEN KLOXDA LYNX P. R. MARRONEY Art V Speech Dramatic Arts North Hall On the football field as well as on the concert stage are evidences of the work of Arizonas School of Music. In addition to the 100 students enrolled as music majors in the school, approximately 900 students with majors in other colleges took music courses this year as electives. Individual instruction is provided for each student ac- cording to his degree of advancement. Extracurricular activities include instrumental ensembles. the marching and concert band, the Choraliers, the Choral Society, and the Symphonic Choir. More than 275 students sang in Handel's "NIessiah'i in the Universityis annual Christmas concert. XVorkshops, presenting excerpts from operas, are presented by the School of Nlusic. Both the vocal and instrumental organizations made tours throughout Arizona second semester. 'N gg ri? 5 Music Faculty Row l: C. VV. Lotzenhiser, Anita Kalis, Samuel S. Fain, Elenore Altman, Iames R. Anthony, Eugene Conley. Row 2: Henry Iohnson, Andrew Buchhauser, Hartley D. Snyder, John H. Bloom, Carroll A. Rinehart, jack Lee. Art, Drama, and Speech Faculty Row l: Klonda Lynn, Fairfax NValkup, Eleanor Co- brecht, Andreas S. Andersen. Iamcs P. Scott. Row 2: Jess Barton, Jr., George F. Sparks, John E. Lafferty, Robert C. Burroughs, james G. Sauden, Mark Voris, Robert M. Quinn. vu L "Scotty"-Professor James Scott-takes his art history class through the famous Kress Collection and stops to study a painting by Horace Vernet of the French School. Curl Buscliecker XVillian1Condron Santa Ana, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Janice Sue Johnsonlueggy Kellner Tulsa, Oklahoma Tucson, Arizona David Meeker Eleanor Mensch Safford, Arizona Tucson, Arizona xx Prof. George W. Lotzenhiser directs the brass section of the band. First row includes Norman Curtice, Martin Kuhns, Reg Brooks, Joe Peek, Phil Stockdale, Rioderic Shar- retts. Louis Huhnke. Behind are George Hineman, Carol Hull, Remo Fioroni, Russell Peterson, Dick Hutchison, Dick Stambaugh. Bob Brown, Howard Beaver. fine arts seniors Norman Curtice Carolyn Franks Bob Frederick Minneapolis, Minn.SiIoer City, N. M.Tucson, Arizona Jac Kennedy Kathy Key Janice McConnell Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Janet Stover Shirley Ann Toles Mary Kate Zinn Haddonfieifl, N. I. Bisbee, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Sharon Hynes Sun Francisco. Cai. Barbara McKee Fiagstaff, Arizona 'I' "'X law Board of Governo rs, Student Bar Association Row 1: Larry Laughlin, Frank Corl ' ' Per 1 ' - con Ji. tpresidc-ntl, Roger ry Cchairnianl. Row 2: George Hill, Bob Owen Jarvis Ctreasurerb Ed'tl ' ' ' S. larrett . . , 1 1 Lazovich fcorresponding secretaryl, Alan Hanshaw Csecretaryj. Not pictured: Ceorge Mariscal, Courtney Varner. T DEAN IOHN D. LYONS The College of Law again won the western regional moot court championship. F ifty-four students participated in the moot court trials conducted by the college. Jonathan Schultz and Robert Owens won the local contest, then represented the Uni- versity in intercollegiate competition. After Winning the regional award, the two took part in the national meet in New York City last fall. The college. which alone on the campus functions on the honor system, is administered in student affairs by the Stu- dent Bar Association, to which all students belong. Headed by a board of governors, the association tries violators of the honor system, sponsors lectures, and conducts the intramural moot court competition. One hundred and seventy-five students were enrolled in the 26-year-old college first seniesterg 153 returned for second semester -- an increq. . f I ' ' . se o 36 over the 1952-53 terms. College of Law -45 Q3 - 1 faculty 9 X I I., ' ',l'l .l.l. l. 1 '4' N-nn X4 law library. o College of Law Faculty Dean Iohn D. Lyons. Claude H. Brown, I. Byron Mc- Cormick, XVillia1n S. Barnes. Walter S. Peake. Floyd E. Thomas, Francis Owens. Chester II. Sniith. James D. Cox Richard Dowall Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona james Hathaway Nathan Holt No,Qa1c.s'. Arizona Phoenix. Arizona Manuel V. Morales Lawrence Ollason Tucson. Arizona Yuma. Arizona Ferris XV. Bellamak Michael Bernstein Lee Brown Phoenix, Arizona Miami, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Charles Gatewood Stan Coodfarb Frank Cordon . Tucson, Arizona Tucson. Arizona Kingman. Arizona Patricia S. Karinan Marvin Linner Baldo John Lutich Tucson. Arizona Gales-barg. IU. Miami. Arizona Robert Owens R. XV. Perry jonathan Schultz Phoenix. Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson. Arizona 146, "Oh, to be a. lawyer!" Victor Bailey. Alan Kyman, George Mariscal and Vernon Dickerson study in the stacks of the Iames D, Cameron Tucson, Arizona Maynard P. Goody Tucson, Arizona George Mariscal Miami, Arizona XVilliam Strickland Tucson, Arizona DEAN FRANCIS A. ROY aw liberal afls Nearly one-third of the student body have selected their majors from the 2-1 fields of study offered by the College of Liberal Arts. The largest in the University, the col- lege enrolled nearly 1,800 students this year. Dr. Francis A. Roy, who completed his third year as dean of the college, succeeded Dr. Richard A. Harvill in 1951 when he became president of the University. Students choose their majors in anthropology, astronomy, bacteriology, botany, chemistry, classics, economics, English, French, ge- ology, general studies, German, history, inter-American studies, political science, jour- nalism, mathematics, philoso Jhy, physics, psychology, Spanish, sociology, Zoology and Wildlife management. For those planning to enter the professions, specialized curricula are offered for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-nursing, pre-law, pre-education and pre- pharmacy training. l iqalu Q! ' Y X isa T ELL ,E 3 ,Q - lui yi ? Q' College of Liberal Arts -4'1- ' f' if' f-we I Iv' iw-"' V VTE ,es f Nita? si 'hr' al' Xu, . . ff We I . ,x ,W V J .gfzga fo- Q hm l u 1 3 'N I' gf' i .: rr ff i. ' 9 Q ' X x i li.. Q. if ' ff ,MA ciao, T. CALDWELL MARY CALDWELL EDWIN C.xRPExi'E1i 1ioYF. GK-XESSER Zoology BlIL'iCl'lOlU,1ll A.s'frononiy llutlzenzatics C. D. PERCY D. S. POXYELL L. E. ROBERTS F. SCHSIIDT Classics English Chemistry German 'D vw. Q-4 N. 7 "Wh, sv -IOIIN BROOKS Slimiisli and P01'il1,gue.s'e EXIIL XY. HAURY Anthropology BIATTHEXY SCHXECK Psychology O. ll. XVEDEL I'li.s'tory and Pol. Science gl.-x SYDNEY B. BROXYN Frcnclz DOUGLAS D. XIARTIX ,lUllI'ltllll.S'll1 EARLE ll. XY.-XRXER Pl1ll.S'll'-S faculty is ., D . A1 953: ' '- ' . - A ici" if .A 4 1451! ' Zi, ri: J 7'i ' 'ij' .4 , if .Q , l .J If - .. , 1.543 . L .f .A g K -1 -L .Nfl gs ' 7" l . .. qi ids' 1ki,.,4,L 'fu . .gr .. . '. 1. 'l.! Y 3 'UAA 'WM A A ti ,Nu , JI 1-Mila Nkl if Dendrochronology and Geochronology Committee Seated: john F. Lune, David L. Patrick, li. E. Douglas. Emil VV. Haury. Standing: Edward N. XYise, Edwin B. Kurtz, T. L. Smiley. Psychology, Mathematics and French Departments Row l: Muttlicw Schncck. Patricia Arnold, Clmrlcs Barnes. Dorothy Mai'- quiirt. Rolmcrt Hurlliutt. O. A. Simlcy. Churlcs NYullr:iff. Row 22: Donald XVclvh. Rohcrt Lowe. Roliert llauiuuond, Arthur Bc-attic. N. I. Trcmhluy. Loyal Cryting. Row 3: Arthur Stcinlmrcnncr. jean Russell. Burnett Mcycr. ,loseph Fostcr, Kenneth Fowler. Row 4: Charles Aull. Dconisic Trifiin. Donald Duncan. Roy Graesser. English, Journalism, and Classics Department Row l: G. D. Percy, D. M. Ayers, Douglas Martin. Lloyd Whitfield. Ruth Caede, Lora Levy, XV. J. Tucker, Desmond Powell. Row 2: William Irmseher, Dorothy Fuller, Alice Senob, Marie Hamilton, jack Huggins. Alice Gibbs. Row 3: Frances Gillmor, A. L. Muir, Alsie Schulman, Flor- encc II. Morgan. U. F. Sigworth. Row 4: P. J. Mc-Curthy. Cecil Robin- son, Arthur Kay. Gerald McNicce. Carl H. Ketchum. Not pictured: H. B. Beebe, G. H. Fleming, Allegra Frazier, A. F. Cegenheimer, F. L. Hos- kins, H. C. Kiefer, D. L. Patrick, R. W. Ramsey, Inez Thrift. ..43.. 1. Not pictured: Bertram S. Kraus. Clara i " T -f in '-4 Y , - ' . ' 1 """f'W f --4 r ,. we 3. - ni , EAL K N li, , 2" . W D Cl- -lr .QA .p i 4 J : V -N r. v Q' ' . Ef ,Q . 3 S Sf! - N , ' .2335 5 1 ' . . .,.r sf.. 1.5. f Y N., ..- - 1 , F1f?i2?i?ff 6 1 R l ' 7 3 S ef , K Q M I 5 Q N ,fa i . U. J ' ' . , . M A V V 5 V- by w""'25 .5--5 3 " 2 'E ' r fe' Q ,iw - 5 . f T 'Q' Q ' 1 W ' ' Q4 .1 ' in - .'., ?i-.a.,T . p V.. 1 5 .1 et. . ,',., A k 4 "'4l" is f et ffa , , 1 fi -,,.pw,5 if ' 'f i 1 H W ' . . - i' ff ' -. - . thmlioloay' History' Gernfiui Departlilenis N A ','- " " K 3 17 Q I Bacteriology, Zoology, Physics Departments 'W Y1-TE1glt2l- Ff1Uf5',gl1g1j1F H- lltlellif ff 0 ' Q "" ' Q R I- 'g ,igf a Row 1: Mary E. Caldwell. Adelaide E, EHR H' HS Oiugesvg all Lglsfujitj lim' -.Q . i Y V' 3 A rg " 1 A Eyenson. Row 2: Albert B. Mead. Xvillltllll ,W 'T 'Dlinhlf Edwgtllik Cf' I gi 1 if fm, 'K H. Brown, Helen L. Mieklewriglit. Ceorge g, R. A. Coniez, Herman Bateman, Cer- 1. '7 if 5 A iv A guldgenil :T 15061421-'1g1Ill?ill2li3' d H Xlundinuelv Frederick I Schmitz A X Q. 5 ..,. , , nu es . linear orc, . inc e pot . L gf jew RUBECIQ Pull Keiko Rllpli all A . p- -' il rum. Robert B. Cliaisson. Lyle lx. bowls. 7. ' ' ' l ' Q ' f , t, w .V,,, W ,M -3 'g ' Ai is Bow -1: jefferson C. Davis. Leon Blitzer, ifhmm' Neal D' Houghton' Thomab 'Dmlth' v: 1 ,.m.,g, ,: "M' ,, Edward Carter. Robert L. Scliumaker. Earle H. XYarner. Not pictured: Michael Orclanik, 'e Tanner. liberal arts Gloria Ahern Carutliersrilie, Mo. Dick Bidlake Tucson. Arizona Patti Canada Franklin, Tenn.. Diane Cowert N.Hollyu:ood.CaI. Donald Anliorn Austin, Minn. Bill Bingham Tucson. Arizona Don Carson Tucson. Arizona Edwin A. Cranston Tucson. Arizona Spanish, Chemistry, and Astronomy Departments Row 1: Jack E. Davis, K. C. Cregg. Iolm P. XVonder, Keith B. Aubrey. Frances Eberling, Helen S. Nicholson, klolin Y. Reynolds. Mario B. Rodriguez. Tirnotliy Brown. Row 2: Edward N. VVise, Millard C. Seeley, Mary -Io Treat, Lathrop E. Roberts, Margie McCaugliey, Alec K. Kelly. Herbert D. Rhodes, .left C. Davis. Ir.. Don C. Duke. Row 3: john C. Duncan. Edwin F. Carpenter. XV. S. Citeli. Not pictured: john Brooks, Elizabeth Cad. Ernest Anderson, Lila Sands. Robert L. Nugent, XVendell V. F. Brooks. Ann Arbogast Tucson, Arizona John Augis Iolm Augustine Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Geraldine Bootman Nancy Brainkamp Paul Braswell Tucson. Arizona Bieliard Casanova Tucson, Arizona Peggy Damn 1 uc'.s'on, Arizona Ei Centro. Calif. Tucson. Arizona Stuart Case E. Cienelianowski Tuuron. Arizona Clzieago. Iliinois Anne Davenport Porter A.Dayison Tucson, Arizona Tucson. Arizona joseph P. Baker Tu4'.son, Arizona Marilyn Brown Cleveland, Oizio Margaret Clampitt Tueson. Arizona Ken Dellayen Tues-on, Arizona Cliarles H. Lowe. jr., joy Treat, Stewart Becker, Artliur hl. L. Robertson. Robert E. MeDani el. seniors M. Bartholomew Tutzvon. Arizona Diane Burkhart New I ork City Bob Conn Tucson. Arizona Joseph Donnelly Tuz'.s'on. Arizona -49- -9 we ,A Stanley C. Berry Tucson. Arizona Marlys J. Campion Minneapolis. Minn. Stanley Cook Kingman, Arizona Bic-bard Dorranee Camden. New l ork Ancient pottery is the subect of the day for Mrs. ff , -fnsma-for C. L. Tanner's Southwestern Indian Art class - , jg Marie Hayden, Don Scheans, Jo Minor, Barbara ' , ix McCaulley and Gail Gibbon. Dr. Edward Wise checks the manometer, used to record carbon 3 dioxide pressure in the age-detecting Carbon-14 lab. j in 'G f ., fr ""- i Q 5,42 f , --1' ,,,,.. M G X . 4 w ' :Q R 1 X :. . '! :1 ' "f ' sa- V I? . , ,.. .1 'Wm M 'i '. ' ' l an l ww. 1 1 , Q V E' 1, '.,,,,,,.... -3 X , 1 ir .- i if . W , 1 P . ' N - :cgi e "' 'lg' :QQ V l " , k X 1' 4 ' i - -,.. ' ft ' . f 'A .A ""'s'i "" . , . 1 .. ew x ' . .P Q '.. T355 A J P gg . . . Q Q' ,..,, e"-Q I b I li - ii it I era ar s seniors I E . A -lmlitli Drew Onturiu. Calif. Xylllllllll Easel' P1't'.SL't'ff.ilflltllltl NlilllllL'l H. ClLll'L'lLl TIICMIII. Ari:.unu l,llI'Ilil Clkltly Tliztwn.Ar1:m111 Clmrles Hopkins Plmenix. Ari:.mm -lusepln O. lluiliy TIILYSUII. Arizuna Xlerey Estriulu Tizixsmz. .blrizmui Lou Ellen Giitlin Gila Bend. Ariz. Bnlw L. Greely Tlmsmz, Arizmm slim llmmuslun Di1ylm1.Ul1511 Gail Dunne Sill!Fl'tlllt'lS'I.'0.C!Il. G, ll. Feeliery TIHIWHI. .'xI'lZUHll Robert Genunell llugfilen. Arizona llielmul T. Green Grays Lillie, Ill. Gene l'lUXYilI'il Tiuwmz, Arizinm juhn Eeek l'i1f'.wr1, Arizmm llelen Ann Fislmex' St. Louis. Mu. Allan G. George C:l'llIlllL'lClLA. Alu. Larry Greene Tizesmi, ilfll-Ullll Bruce llunxiker SUl'lll'lll'.X'l'. X, Y, Bulb Eielmltz Tues-im. Arizona Saruli Flc-teller Tzurs-im. Arizona Paul Gleuve Tucson. Arizona Mary Gunn B!m1min,utim,1II. -lean lsaues Tizuwiz. Ariznnu Ruth Eisen Sam Elpern .llt7lllllL'lIlll', N. 1. Tuexmx. Arizmm ,launes Forclennvalt Glenn Frenzen Bwunfl Brimk.N.j. Brnfikfielfl. Ill. -loan Engholxn Seuifxzlzlle, Ariz. Beutriee Gureiu Tiiuwniz. Arizona XVIII. E. Glover john J. Gonc-in' T. E. Gooclule Amarillo, lexus B1'izlge11m't, Conn. Llllllllllllfll, Alu. Ruth Haase C. R. Halugood john lluy Oslzkuslz, lVi.s. Plziluzlelpli ri, Pu. Tzicxwm. Arizona Sargie jones Gerald jnliuni Putriein Keevun .llurfrn Tcxrlx OL'C111z.S'icle. Calif. TIIFSUII. Arizmm .A 50- Pete Kesling David Kessner Larry Kilnherlin LaPorie, Indiana Lancaster, Pa. Tucson, Arizona Marilyn Leopolcl Jack Levkowitz lack Loelilerlge Belleville, Illinois Tucson. Arizona lVe.s't Piiiston. Pa. Mary Jo MCC-owan lan Minliler Carolyn Mitt-hell Tucson, Arizona Glencoe, Illinois Pasaclena. Calif. john Oboryshko Ir. Phillip G. Olson llilbert Cskin Wilmington. Dei. Racine, lVisconsin Pittsbzifglz, Penn. Dominic Pier-irilli Billy R. Pogue Mary Francis Pool Providence, R, I. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Julia Knott George lironipotiehjoseph Lealsey San Diego, Calif. Laura Maria Lopez Nogales. Arizona Stanley Mogerman Phoenix. Arizona Margaret Parc Tucson. Arizona Richard Pooler Tucson, Arizona liberal arts seniors P' A -. fif 1 I ,. ?.::f.: Q z A , Q -. .. . g,,i,,zifLQ i " . .. sz, my , M . C , me Vxrbai ifws, x gala' s Y K sys , r .J Yi it 4 A z s E Q 9 ' x gift, Q ' 'fi tba , , NX " t fzjff -' ' ,V zz., . ls :ff x Ll-' Ajo. Arizona joan R. Malone Tucson. Arizona Joan Moran Lynllrook. N. Y. Thomas Parnell Tucson, Arizona Clifton P. Quinn Tucson. Arizona New Castle. lnfl. Owen J. Mnloy Tzwson. Arizona Theodore Mullen Tucson. Arizona Perry Peters New York, N Y. David Rohinowitz Lancaster. Pa. Charles Leftault Bisliee. Arizona Henry Matty Tucson. Arizona Ilarry Nacller Tucson, Arizona Nancy Peterson Liliertyuille. Ill. Dallas Radcliffe Tucson, Arizona Eddie Leigh 'I ucson. Arizona Ernest McCray Tucson, Arizona Alice Newlin New Y ork, N. Y. Russell Peterson Inspiralion. Arizona Josephine Rack-liffe Tucson. Arizona Looking forward to the notorious humanities exam, Lee Hickerson and Dana Vidmer study the art display in the Humanities Reading Room. 51- Learning what makes us think, Gail Dunne, Carroll MacD0rman and Jim Houston listen to Dr. Dorothy Marquart, associate professor of psychology. Y, Under the watchful eye of Dr. Robert Hammond, Sarah Gibson, Karen Miller and Marilyn Wvood strive for proper pronunciation in French 3a class. Dr. Roy F. Graesser demonstrates a mathematical problem to Elmo Bruner, Georgia Thompson and Lee Myers with the use of geometric figures. ifgair 36 .NS xv! W I L xx'-if Barlvara Riclmrtls Norman E, Rioux Cizivaao. Iliinois Douglas. Arizona Holn-rl Sanclstroni Elinon Sapp. -lr. Alolinc. Illinois Sonicrton. Arizona C. ii. Siininers Albert Simpson Cizanzlicr. Arizona Tinison. Arizona Iolin Sullivan Alas. B. Sutton Tucson. Arizona Phoenix. Arizona lost-pli lYl1aley Ianet Wilkins Ynnia, Arizona Hartford. Conn. liberal arts seniors Jacqui Robinson Tarts-on, Arizona Alex Sclinciclt-r IYCIL' lorli. Atl. Ill-lcnn Spcai' Piiovnix. Arizona Don E. Tnrni-1' Tarts-on. Arizona Rlarily n Wilson Peoria, Iliinois Helcn Roniley Plzovnix. llrizona Barry Sclnittlcr Pliovriix. Arizona Phillip B. Speer Tzifson. Arizona Bairlnira Victor Uak Park. Iliinois Alennie Rotliscliilcl Toledo. Ohio Helen I. Sclxwc-rin Tucson. Arizona Anne Sport-1' Racinf. ll'iis'c'ons-iii Roberta AX.LlSlllDlll'll Pizocnix. Arizona Rlary O. XYolanin Earl Zarbin Tiavsoii. Arizona Tacuson. Arizona Nay l'. Human jules Salomon Tlionnis Salyvr Y arson. Arizona Tmxs-on. Arizona Sonicrion, Arizona Carl S. Sci-lirist Riu-liarcl St-gal llclcn Sonnet I"lag.staff. Arizona Piiovnix. Arizona Tiicxoiz, Arizona Gi-orgc Stapleton Nlarilyn XY. Storcli llcnri. Stuttt-rliuiin Taiwan. Arizona Tin'.s-on, Arizona BIIUIIKLS' Aircs lit-nri XY. XVatson llenry lilly, Ir. jolin F, XYvstln-rg 1'm'.son, Arizona Tarts-on. flrizona YVIICNIIII, Arizona 'Qs 6' -52- -arf' In mines Mining, one of Arizona's basic industries, was one of the two fields of instruction when the University opened in 1891. The College of Mines trains students for careers in the fields of geo- logical, mining and metallurgical engineering. Thirty-three of the college's enrollment of 163 students are working toward graduate degrees. The college aids the stateis mining industry by making available to mining companies its pilot plant for ore analysis. The Arizona Bureau of Mines also operates in cooper- ation With the college. A geologic survey of the Navajo Indian reservation and 26 post-graduate research proiects were included in this year's 3292.000 research budget. Students in the Mines and Engineering Colleges are governed bv the joint Engineer's Council. Also co-sponsored by the two colleges are the freshman smoker, the engineers, dance and the St. Patrickis Day celebration. DEAN THOMAS C. CHAPMAN College of Mines .-53... 3 4 -N -we 55 faculty ,l- .llil Zi ,0- B. CLXXIXCHANI JOHN F. LAXCE ring and Metallurgy Geology Philip Massaro, Instructor George Roseveare and WValter Blakeslee watch Charles Hausenfleck and John Tverberg operate a flotation machine. 3 . Mines Faculty How l: Donalcl L. Bryant, B. S. Butler, Evans B. Mayo. Bow 2: lliclmrcl T. Moore, Alvin E. Corum. Jr., Louis B. Hcss, lr., Cvorgt- H. Roscycarc. How 2: George A. Kiersli. lolin XY. Anthony, Elclrecl D. Wilson. Robert L. DuBois. Bow 4: XYayne Barney. Not picture-gl: H. E. Krumlaut. mines seniors Maurice Burnt-s -Iolin Bertram XYalter Blalceslee Melvyn Bolyarcl NVallaCc Boycl XiagaraFall.s.X.Y. Flusliing. X. I. Tucson, Arizona Tuxtiii. California Lynn Mars, N. 1. Gt-orgu Conley Nor1nanDausingur Paul Dickson Frank Florcz George Hanson Tutnson. Arizona Dundalk, Mil. Tucson. Arizona Ilayclvn, Arizona, Piwwtt, Arizona Xvlllltllll livnnvcly Frctlc-1'ick Krebs Charles Leonard Donald Lolir Carlos Manzano Tucson, Arizona Nc'a'I1artforcl,N.l . Cananea. Mexico Tucxson. Arizona Ti1c'.s'on. Arizona los. XY. Murray Paul Simmons lanies Taylor Claude' XVln-clcr Stan Wlillianis Torranvv, Calif. Tuc.s-on, Arizona Billings. Mont. Tucson. Arizona Tuczvon, Arizona Donaltl Bryant Tiiuwiii. Arizona Cl'lilS.llklllSC'lll-ll'L'li Elillll-S'l'lllt'. Infl. Philip Klassaro Nou'lIau'n.Conn. 54 'LN 'b -54 -Exist... pl1arm3CM I. s s DEAN XVILLIS H. BHEXVEH Youngster of the University colleges. the five-year old College of Pharmacy is also the smallest. This specialized college enrolled S7 students first semester. Quartered in the south wing of the Chemistry-Physics Building, the young college has taken over two floors. "A Prescription for Alumsv was the theme of the Homecoming float entered by ah umlc students in this VG'l1'?9 parade A member of pharmacv facultv. Newell Stew- 1 z ' 2 'y I . . . . 4 I art, is president of the American Pharmaceutical Association. The college honored him at a banquet in February. Pharmacy students visited pharmaceutical mamitacturing plants in Indianapolis, Detroit. and Kalamazoo during Easter vacation. Eight students are charter members of the National Pharmaceutical scholastic honoiaiy, Rho Chi, which was installed on this campus March 26. -l 1 G fl 4 gggeg College of Pharmacy .. 55 .. If .XL U.. j 1 t faculty i XZ, X.-4 Kai Doris Hawkins, associate professor of pharmacy, operates a single tablet machine in the manufacturing laboratory. jolin Bailsfy Santa Paul. Calif. XVilliain Brinclco Tiarvon. Arizona joan Epstein Tacwon. Arizona Donald Sandler Pliociiix, Arizona Alfvrnl Barrack San Ditigo, Calif. Lloyd Burton TIICSUII. Arizona john llnywarcl Tavson. Arizona Bc-rnaril Serldin Taos-on. Arizona Harvey Bala Tucsmi. Arizona Don C. Clioisscr Chicago. Illinois' Daniel Horwitz ig' 24 pf! 355 X. 1 Pharmacy Faculty Doris B. lliiwkins. xloscpli A. Znpatoulay, Willis Pm. Biuur lnnu Brannon. Allx-rt L. Piccliinoni. pharmacy seniors Albert Belle-r Kingman, Arizona Barry Clotliier Danvan. Arizona Niel Maxwell Plzomzix. Arizona Tucson. Arizona Casimir Srutwa Peter Stone Plzocfnix. Arizona Mi. Vvrnon. N. Y. Harold Be-ller Kinginan, Arizona V. E. De-Benedetto Tucson. Arizona Manuel Navarro Plioenix. Arizona D. Strittinattc-r Tucson, Arizona D. Brandenbergcr 1 uma. Arizona Louis Decks-linoicr Plzocnix. Arizona 'Fredrick Phipps Tucson, Arizona Mary I0 Trocger Enciizo. California -55- 4 I l A 1 graduate More than 300 students prepared tor their masters and doctor's degrees this year in the Graduate College. Study is administered by the Committee on Craduate Study composed of faculty repre- sentatives from each college and Dr. David L. Patrick, dean of the college. This year for the first time courses in geochronology and dendrochronology in the new carbon 14 laboratory were of- fered to graduate students majoring in anthroplogy. botany, chemistry or geology. No student may be given an advanced degree unless he has achieved a grade average of 2.00 or better in all courses taken for graduate credit. Admission to the Crad- uate College is open to those who hold bachelors degrees from the University or other educational institutions approved by the University. DEAN DAVID L. PATRICK June Stone enters the Graduate College -57 ,, , i I. K. Abu-Yaman Kaiqilya, jordan Frank L. Brewster Tucson. Arizona graduate students ?::.,2fi2fl.i5g:!f:r Isniat Alelihuclairy Sidney Appleman B11-S'I'l71l. Iraq Tucson. Arizona Hicharcl, Clifford Jefferson Davis Tucson, Arizona Tllcison. Arizona Xlarvin L, Haigler Billy ,loo Harrison Tucson. Arizona Tucson. Arizona xvilllillll Kam john E. Kinnison Tucson. Arizona l'ue.s'on. Arizona Norman Xlinter Sidney Klorgen P1l0L'l1i.Y. Arizona Nou' York. N. Y. Luc-ie A. Schouten Robert Schuinaker Aiifrnaar. Holland EI Paso. Texas A. El Nloneni Balha Cairo. Egypt Don C. Duke .lle.sa. Arizona Chas. Hausenflc-ck ELrzlri.xL'iiiz'. Ind. Dee Kit-espie Tucson. Arizona Don Nielsen Plzocnix. Arizona Shah Siraj-ud-din Luaiipur, Paki.s'ian fu' nl. N. Bhatt Boznlnay, India lim Fc-clriek Phoenix. Arizona .lanies C. Hess Tireson. Arizona Stephen BI. Krey Tuoson. Arizona Harry Clenn Pag Tucson. Arizona Roht. C, Stevens Tuc'.s'on. Arizona 'dx f! ,fv- 6:7 Tues-on. Arizona Riclinrcl C. Force james Hurley Plzocnix, Arizona james C. Martin Geneseo, Iliinois O. G. Robinette Ir. Tucson. Arizona Xlarily n Bingham Edgar Xl. Bollin Fmm.l.q yyimgatt Coolidge, Arizona ur Q., - int C- Byron Forsyth US 1Ill,,, Oil. Majid Al-Ansary Baghdad, Iraq Margarito Chavez Kingman, Arizona Patricia C. Goss Superior, Arizona Florence Iida Kaneolze.Oal1u,H.I Paul Martin Tucson, Arizona Thomas J. Rogers Chicago. Illinois Donald XVitmeyer Tucson, Arizona HS Q. Tuc'.s'on, Arizona Laurie Houck TIICSUII. Arizona Helen Linthaeun Ridgr'u'aa. Mo, Clarence H. Hay Tuc'.s-on. Arizona XVIII. AI. Sullivan TuC.s'on. Arizona U'iila'o.r. Arizona Drew T. House TIICMIII. Arizona 1 Alphonse Marta jersey City. N. 1. Virginia L. Reicly Tucson, Arizona Barb. YVhitehouse x 'N ColiCg1CPark.A1d. 1 X N ' ,4-'Q ...rv 'Ulf rl W4 v M 2 sir. 'J X' military science and tactics 'x . F X5 Q, swffftias, . 'l af 1 . x VV gl pk p I " G.. ' -. ,fm Is A LT. COL. WALTER E. BLACK, JR. Professor of Air Science and Tactics school of T lit 1. -- s"s:.s2ssS.a:s:ac COL. AUCUSTINE D. DUCAN Professor of Military Science and Tactics Military blue and khaki predominated among campus colors as the ROTC carried on its training rogram. The School of Mili- tary Science and Tactics, establishes at UA in 1920, enrolled 1,290 men from a male enrollment of over 3500. Of this number 763 enrolled in Air Force ROTC and 527 in Armor. In addition to attending regular weekly classes, cadets participated in hour-long drill sessions every Tuesday. They sponsored spring Military Ball and this year. for the first time, chose two queens. At mid- semester 26 seniors who had completed their military graduation requirements were honered. Retired Brig. Cen. Clyde K. Rich presented a streamer to Pershing Rifles for the highest percentage of blood donated among the ROTC units. wi' X 'W3' g ' 'X gf ,gl A 5 U0- School of Military Science and Tactics -59.- -Q f 4 I EFA! . ll GERALD R. KLATT R. E. COUTCIHE Air Cadet Colonel .-lrnmr Cnrlct Colonel 5 . f A , . ' D .J 5 in lx.. .,.. , ' Hx C ff ag f PN-vs' Y in .. fl. t K. lp K Ig A ,ij b ,1 21 V e 7 " 3 k Sk if QQ . t Cl at a ' ,. ,, rv ', ' V if K ..-. 3- A- 57 " ess V lk W1-MH' Q .X ' .,.j y , . Q',-ra.jaws-.,pw.y2-:'g1,-og' .'-' .. .f ,,.. we-f.: 5't""W"'zl-1' , ' "' '71 :,:. ...f . Rifle Team Row l: Ben XV. Sturges, Herbert C. Gerard. R. -lack Robinson. Gilbert Gonzales. Roy Haskell. Row 2: lVilliam T. Corbin. Ernest Garcia, Herman Vllille, Phillip Knight, Peter Landay, Henry R. Ninde. Capt. Renn M. Lawrence, officer in charge. Not pictured: julian Booth. Bill Mc-Curnin. PGY' I lk Maj. John S. Huff explains the firing of a 3.5 rocket launcher to Harold Butler, Hobart Bauhan, James Hoey, and Max Klessig, training at Fort Knox sum- mer camp. -60.- G., tv j o af' 5 5 r Q . , f el Air Faculty Row 1: Lt. james L. Cameron Jr., Capt. Robert H. jones, Maj Harry R. Burkhart, Maj. james L. Curtis Ir., Lt. Col. Wlalter E Black jr., Maj. Jerome P. Ellis. Capt. Herbert S. Ross, Maj. Thom- as T. jackson, Capt. Richard Butler. Row 2: MSCT Vllilliam P Donnelly, MSCT Lester NV. Leach, MSCT Edward T. Calhoon MSCT john S. Xllatson. MSCT Yllilliam A. Kraedemann. ROW 3 SSCT Joseph E. Reilly, MSCT Harry XV. Martin, TSCT Roy I Sitton. Armor Faculty Row 1: MSCT Stanley R. Thomas, MSCT Vllilliam R. Rawson. MSCT Verle M. Curtis, Capt. Herbert D. Black -Ir. Row 2: Lt. Col. Maurice Hatheway. Capt. Harry B. Hardy, MSGT Harold Shaw, SFC john C. McCall, SFC Antonio Medina, Lt. Col. Leo C. Carlson, Maj. john S. Huff. Not pictured: Capt. Renn M. Lawrence. faculty ROTC Color Guard Ramon O. Ortega, James D. Tollman, john R. Burrell, Richard A. Dudash. .ss-HvlQHQ1UlvW' N - ,N QTL, YB The ROTC marching band, directed by Prof. George W. Lotzenhiscr, drills in Varsity Stadium for the Armistice Day parade. department of physical education F for wome 9' XJ Women's Physical Education Faculty. ROW 1: Marguerite Chesney, Cordelia Lundquist, Marilyn Markel. Row 2: Evelyn Jensen, Marvis Wright, Ina Cittings, Anne Natonek, Ramona Far- ish, Elizabeth Catewood, Mary Pilgrim. if " it sig .E -51- MAHCVUERITE CHESNEY Director, lV0mcn's Athletics VVomen's physical education activities - both class and extracurricular - are supervised by the Department of Physical Education for XVomen. Freshman and sopho- more Women are required to complete -1 units of P.E, Courses offered are volleyball, golf, swimming, softball. tennis, field hockey, basketball, archery, vocational games and dancing. VVomen's Athletic Association points are given for each one of these sports in extracurricular tournaments. The department hosted the Southwestern Tennis Tourney in November. Mary Kay Morris, and Marianne Hertel teamed to win the womens doubles championship of the tournament for the second straight year. Nine staff members assist Miss Marguerite Ches- ney, head of the department. Sports honoraries in the department are Mermaids, Orchesis, Putters. YVomen,s 'Ai Club and Racquet Club. Women's Building T I l W, i i l gi I V I 1 in . e. majors y P. E. Majors and Miners Club Row 1: Karen Helms. Shirley Booker, Dorothy Sheaffer, Beverly Peterson, Marti Martin, Mary Grace Colhy, Shirley Humphrey. Row 2: Pat Loose. Norma jean Don, Pat Sheehan, jean Bowen, Hilda Baldwin Qyice-presiclentl. Susan Dinkmeyer, Nancy Roy. Bow 3: Pat Tower, Aviva Kamin ipresidcntl. Diane Shaw. Ferol Niarshick. XVihna Huggctt, Diane Heard. Ethel Rollo, Row -in XVihna Fuller, Ana Marie Herreras. Ioan Price, Pat Anderson, Rosalie lVong itreasureri. Marianne Hertel, Phyllis VVein.tein isecretaryb. Pity the poor ball as hockey players Doreen Dumont, Alice Nancy Bulkeley, Pat Burtch, Ellen Daacon and Carolyn Mc- Porterfield, Gloria Wilde and Joan Price go after it. Spadden take steady aim at the red bull's eye. it A wi in . gl Wifi: fe ., , 'Y 5 Q: i J 1 in fha ., A -4' -, . K! X E 4 KA Y lx 1 , A A r I M 4 x ,ig 1-X --rfqigkl D , wx. is 1 - 0 . -5 , K 'V -'- ' fr y A 'Q . ' lmgw gif' If P 'w .4 fi 1 1 if Sl ,W K n 'N ' 3 S. Jane Howsare, Mary Kay M0l'l'iS and Nancy Dwyer' learn the Susan Green, Elaine Tremblay, Marilyn Wood and Virginia Lee way the experts do it in the advanced tennis class. improvise in the modern dance class. department of physical education for men li! 'i . Alf Men's Physical Education Faculty Row l: Robert Herwig. Hank Stanton, Carl Cooper, Fred Enke, john Ford. Row 2: Tom Cihbings, Charles Ott, I. F. Mcliale, Frank Sancet, Charlie Vassar, Bob Svob. Row S: XVesley Ruff, XVarren Xlloodson, Dale Ed- wards, Joseph Picard, Charles Tribolet. ll X2 I J, -63 JAMES F. KICKALE Director, Heirs Athletics' The curriculum offered by the Department of Physical Education for Xlen trains majors for every job from coach of a major sport to playground supeirvisor. The P.E. Department supervises mens intramural sports-- sxvimming, baseball, basketball, track, cross-country, ten- nis, wrestling, flag football, golf, table tennis, horseshoes. handball, volleyball. gymnastics. softball and badminton. Nlembers are selected for Sigma Delta Psi, mexfs ath- letic fraternity, from competition in 13 individual events as Well as scholarship. Iames F. CPopl NIcKale, head of the department. completed his fortieth year with University athletics this year. NIcKale is also director of athletics. .a.....A Bear Down Gymnasium 7 l l l l l E , e. majors mx L. sf rw iw no Physical Education Majors How 1: john Mills, Rudy Castro, XVulton Roberson, Ed Luffcrty, jim Turner, Darrel Loitscli. Ernest Oostwvc-mi. How 2: Ruben Sullcr, Leo Rossuttc, lim Hoey, Bob Harvoll, Ray Rose. Iool Duslicr, Donald Funk. How 3: Bill lxlQ'CtlTllllL'li. Bill NVl1itncy, Bill Smitlicrun, Rollie Kulwl. Holi Colny, Ed Slwffield. How -1: lflndic Rodd, Bruce Morrison, Tom Wfriglit, Don Luc, Tom KL-rk, -lorry Murphy. Row 5: joseph S2l2lYL'Cll'll, Cl2ll'L'IlL'L' Anderson, Fritz Selby, Iolin Graf. Prof. J. L, PiL'urd. Dr. NV. li. Huff. "Gotcha!" Phil Marquardt scores a point on Dave Hurley as "It's a, bird! Its' a plane!" No, it's Harold Watson sailing Student Instructor Bruce Burch watches. through the air in a, layout backflip. Dr. Wesley Ruff coaches William Sillik and John Ullom in their Muscle men Stuart Gruchik and Barry Shuttler hoist weights wrestling class. .-.64.. X if ' X l T H Q M sfuclenf gojmrnmenf M , .- -1. rw-, .VM "Y n gg, Jmam' YOUNG . Pl't'1Yf!ll,'I1f x'v', :f f X X W X NW , xv 1 4 'sf' gm Q V 'TP if . :M 1a- ,-,,, K X -1 x MM v Nw N xmwwk., '19 . i f sb -ggi X O .sofw 1 fi' E! Nu' B. S. U. B. 'VN yer DON XVATSON AIOA N MORA N V i ce-Presi d ent Secretary 11'- -n 1,49 "'-ef 3 JOHN ROSENBEHC BONNYE MCFARLAND HAROLD MCNAIH JACKSON EDDY Scnior Councilman junior Cozulcilwoman junior Councilman junior Councilman 166- coordinators The entire student body each spring elects the governing body of Associated Students of the Universiy of Arizona, the ll- member Student Council. The president of SUAB, Union direc- tor and graduate manager are ex-officio members. Under new- comer Jerry Young, the council directs all student affairs. The Board of Control directs the financial end of student activities, All student expenditures go through the board. Editors and business managers of the four campus publications, the head of the department of journalism, the student body president, mana- ger of the press bureau and graduate manager serve on a third branch of ASUA, the Board of Publications. Committees which run student activities are selected by the Student Council-tra- ditions, publications, bookstore, asembly, elections, publicity, social life, campus chest, academic and artist series. All inter- collegiate athletics, the bookstore, and photography division are guided by ASUA. CHARLES S. lBumpsl TRIBOLET Graduate Manager CHARLIE VASSAR BETTY VVALKER Assistant Graduate Manager Secretary M5--M Photography Department Row l: Ramona Gonzales, Betty Browning, Mary Jane WVestmore- land. Row 2: Mary Pfrimmer, Shirley Stivers. Row 3: Norm Johnson, Andy Lawson, Howard Jenefsky, Ed Shirley, johnny Johnson. EVELYN OLSON DALE EDXVARDS Financial Manager Ticket Manager JOHNNY JOHNSON TED BARTHELS Plzotograplzer Bu1Jk.s'to1'e Manager -6'7- 1 I E z 5 ff 4 it .gs it 2 I ,,, If -wr--5 governing boards ' f .3 ., -N V J - , ,,., J -ve, .s Milf' Zigi' K. ' aaifi , f , by 'mam A ' A: V f 1: . wits H1 H712 ' -9 ' J 1 Student Council How 1: Clmrlus Trilmolet. .lounk Moran. jerry Young, Don NVzitson, Anne Sporcr, Bonnye BlCFlll'lllllCl. Row 2: Charles Lt-ltuult. XVult Rolvcrmon. Murvin -lolinson. jackson Eddy. Harold McNair. lolin Host-nlierg. Board of Control A. L. How lz Lee Lowery. -login Moran. Anne Sport-r. How 2: Cluwlf.-s Triliolet. Don Xllitson. jerry Young. Not pictured: .Lx ni r H J ny if Af! ' ' ' iw. z if, if -- -, ' 9, ' 2 , Y I ..., P P . , W 11, : . at ff f rr r i ' A 4 1 'T x X ,,, in J ' Q! QQ. "' 4' ff A X .,., Student Life Committee Xllilt Holuerson. A. L. Slonukf-r. Anne Sporcr. -lorry Young, R. L. Nugent, Joan Moran, Don Slonukvr. YVatson. Miss Dorothy Clement. Not pictured: Dave Rin-sc, Francis A. Roy. 'L .. g TIT, ..., -,, L.. D-, " 5' 4 if' 1 ' L gi- if 7 'Ay ,A .f , is .lk wa f ,S 4 f Student Senate Board of Publications Row ls jun Hit-4.-, Bow-rly Kilpatrick, Nancy Xuujoks, Cynthia Curclncr. 'lk-ciu john Kinney, Joyce Ballard, Peggy Dauni, Jack Xvklltlllill, Gene CieCl1anOWSlCi, Hum.-ck, Baulmru Nlitt-lit-ll. Alounne Doolcn, Suzie Erlmsvn. Put llull. How 22: Douglas D. Martin, Charles Trillolet, Jerry Young, William H. Smith, Jack Burt Kim-rk. Dick Anklsun. Cliurles Lt-ftuiilt, Nliclu-llc Maison, Bill -lorclun, Lcvkowitz. Not pictured: Sue Donolioe, Beverly Perkins. -lolin Burnt-tt, Douglas llolscluw. s XX JIM DORMANN Traditions '5'9s n! TOM YVOOD Public Relations JACK GOLDFARB Elections JOAN HEDRICK Publicity commi'r'ree chairmen , J .WN .gm ip D i DAVE FIIESE Social Life CARLOS AMAYA Bookstore -5 NANCY MARTIN Campus Chest DAVE KESSNER Artist Series SI DAVE RABINOXVITZ Academic DICK MODELL Assembly 69 I fb ,, 1 3 v. .CJ Q' ' 'fiiiw vi Ss- ,, is-4 T Elections Committee Publicity Committee Row 1: Nancy Bramkamp, Clela Key, Ian Perry, Barbara Zerrien. How 1: John Coates, Ioan Hedrick, Lee Donohoe. Row 2: Carol Row 2: john Robinson, Diek Moe, jim Mulchay, Dennis Balint, Dick Tiedman, Anne Fordyce, Mary Jane Wfestmoreland, Jeri Denslow, Feehery, Ken Ke-mmeries, Don Duerson. Gail Oyerpeck. Not pictured: Peggy Cox. 'x X , ,,,, . L executive committees A . 3 Artist Series Committee Dare Novick, Cyrille Silberman, Anne Pessin, Howard Novak. Not pictured: jerry Hensley, Nancy Matthews. , fit? QE? is 4 ' fi ef li 1 .alt Ei we fi A? fi ii 53 QQ?,f?f52f, 54 :if yiiliiiitk I i ,iffE25,i it iii ga 2: Efiz, iizzrgtfgeaiifgigmg '4Z2f"1'- 5 1 'V Q i 2 ' fi- 'il 31555 iiifi ffll 3 ' ' f ,iz Q ft ggigiif is, 52322 f' gb: g 5" 'zigw f iii? 2:2553 fi Lfiifi , , 6221? wig fi f kgs gpgfgyg, , , ff ff- ww Q, rghyff fr Q , ggi- , ' ge . '- , ,.,, f- . ,' Y '- Ii! ,W Vixfg as rl' fu V, 151 F , e e- -2-'A , we ,Y - -ggf- 3 2 . 3 3 K viii' .K A Traditions Committee Row 1: john Miller, Tom Kellihcr, Bill Brazell, Fred Davison, Norman Johnson, Norman Rich, Steve Shannon, jim Casey, Buddy Davidson, Ben Sturges, Charles Rucker. Row 2: Robert Backstein, jim Phillips, Art Cohen, Stan Farber, Bill VVaddoups, Phil lversen. Ozzie Burton, Sidney Shore, Hank Ilarrison. Dick Herbst, Dean Miller, Fred Hirsch, Robert Campbell, NVayne Meyer, Doug Holsclaw. Row 3: Thomas Salyer, Harold Thomas, Bill Smitheran, Don Carson, Loren Oliver, jim Dormann, Jackson Der- ing. Ken Kemmeries, Dick Anklam, Bill Jordan, Frank O'Bryan, Dave Sakrison, John McDonald. Don Matlock. Not pictured: Paul Bayer, Dick Green, Dick Harris, Dave Kessner. jack Levkowitz, Nilo Larriva, Dick McDonald, Tom Noonan, XValt Rob- erson. Dick Anklam, Hal McNair, jack Waltuch, Bob Hayes, Skip Corley, Bob Holt, Bob Jacobs, Jim Mulchay, Walt Rawsou, Norm Rich, Dave Rabinowitz, Bob Reis. ..70... , y if Public Relations Committee Social Life Committee Row 1: Sue Hunter, Betty Io Ewing, -lcunninc Rioux. Henrietta Hartz. Dick Herbst. Pat Anderson, Tcta Martyn, Dave Riese, Miss Dorothy Daryl Mailloux. Row 2: Bonnyc NlL'l':tll'l2l1ltl, Eleanor llltlker, Teta Clement, Ed Kuiner. Martyn, Tom XVood, Dick Anklam, Bohhic MeLernon. Larry Sandell, Dick Bidlake, John Barnett, Peggy Reeve. Y, ' vw--Q V-samsung f 1 V nf il 2 fi - -'rv Academic Committee Campus Chest Committee Bart Kendrick, Glee Mitchell, Jane Alderman. Jack XValtuch, Jackson Eddy. David Rabinowitz, Bonnye McFarland. Bill Kohl, Neal Kurn, Carlos Ainaya. 'f- 1 N , 1 gr 1 S we -W 5' K I K 1 577 wr- - "' . X s 2 t it Q Sf is f Y 5' ' k. 5555 4.313 ':' ""M . X ff N! SX Q7. ,,4,. 4 -S S " ,tv fx -In . , sl y - . A swf! - 'U 7 i "' Assembly Committee , Bookstore Committee Jerry Paller, james Stellar, Janet XVilkins, Joe W'ise. Not pictured: Row 1: Teta Martyn, Carlos Alllilyll, jim XVZlI'liOlllSlil. Row 2: Dick Art Goldstein. Pooler, jerry Ernst, Milt Liebhaber, Eric Siburg. .Y -71- , dass QIIICGYS CHARLIE LEF'l'AULT P rest dent f whif f ' I f -. av f f SX: '- SenlQrS BILL JORDAN JANET RICE BEV KILPATRICR Y, . W ll DICK ANKLAM it-K ., If - . xx W x xv ,V an , , g -:I BARBIE MITCHELL AIOANNE DOOLEN TECIA HUNECK Vicc-President Secretary Treu.s'urer P resi dent 1 ..72.. Vice-President Secretary Treasurer juniors , S , W X i x "Miz, I. , w ,W N- New DOUG HOLSCLAXV 1 President X' V' ' Y ' R, L, A or ' ' I it 'B I " sl 1 . , I X is I nw . V- Wt X 9 " me ,.,, . W , M 1, :rx 4 .if .1 -,,-. Ni" 5'?1,fC . 9 "1 "fi S if Q., It lj' I ,X C-Q llmmzsm h x gi X Az kk K ,. 'V II A , H' we I I I , A PVQQQ t'e4i MN, .WN in - .' V 3 I I 'A G: :" ' M, I XX g K MICHELLE MASON NANCY NAUJOKS CYNTHIA GARDNER 't" 'I 1- i ik Vice-President Secretary Treasurer J A ' sophomores X 36 1 ' S Moby. freshmen BURT IxINERlx President ind , IOHN BARNETT SUZIE ERBSEN PAT HALL Vice-President Secretary Treasurer -73.. Wo. 'Inf Freshman Council Row 1: George Drach, Rosemary Forbes, Susan Conniff. Pete Caste-lan, Toni Forrest, jo Ann Carlson, Karen Klaus- ner, Monica Morse, Robert McNabb, John Yaryan. Row 2: Art Goldstein, Barrie Ryan, Irwin Icove, Carol Cald- well, Patty Huber, Pat Hall, john Barnett, Suzie Erbsen, Burt Kinerk, Jim Fulton, Bill Belt, Paul Miner, Bob Dailey. Row 3: Bill Jackson, Perry Botlie, Carol Carter, David Humphrey, Stan Staicli, Marilyn Bantz, Craig Berge, Ginger johnson, joe Michie, Gene Baldwin. Not pictured: Ronnie Baker, Mike O'Connell. ? V v l 1 All activities of the University's million-dollar Stu- dent Union were planned by the Student Union Activities Board. headed by NValt Roberson and carried out under Director Swede johnson. Sched- uling forums, dances or a party at Louie's. design- ing a brochure or stocking the browsing library and music listening rooms were part of a days work for the board. Biggest single event was the third birthday party in November. Board members ex- changed ideas with other students at the University of Colorado during the regional student union convention-which the University will host next vear. Committees under SUAB are special events. forum, relations. arts and music. bulletins and rec- ords, house and recreation. I pf' fA??4u XYALT RUBERSON Clmirnmn ,u. a. b. Student Umon Activities Board Row 1: Beebe Rae Davenport, NValt Roberson, Howard Ryan, Markie B k . Row 2: Ioan Hedrick, Anne Sporer, Betts Beneker. Row 3: Dave ar er Riese, jerrv Young, Dick Modell, Margaret Clampitt, joan Engholm, Charlie Leftault, Bob Beck. .xg MARKIE BARKER HOWARD RYAN BEEBE RAE DAVENPORT Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer ..74... ll lll S QV ,- U ER? lF,.?,.5gX do to get ferr lrecto rs I X ,f BONNIE PHEGLEY STEVE COOKE Sooretzzry A4S'.S'i.Sfl1!If to Director BILL KOEHLER MaintenaE'oe Supervisor SQL" MARVIN "SWEDE" JOHNSON Director BOB RUGG MRS. BETTY SAUNDERS Post Office Manager Food Service Manager Games Room Director committee heads V if :jill 1' ZW BOB BECK JOAN ENGHOLM MARGARET CLAMPITT BETTS BENEKER House Arts and Music Bulletins and Records Forum L -4 HECTOR MANCIET iQ I I I ' I I . I Row 1: Susan Xlliite. Betts Bi-neker. Barbara Z1-rrim-n. How 21 blanc Alclcrnian. .lack Wal' inch. Not picturccl: Aleiry Sclintrcuncl. r TQ..-X s. u. .b. Special Events Committee Row 1: Lee Donohoe, Beebe Rae Davenport, Tesli Hu- neck. Row 2: Burt Rawlings, Sid Shore. Curtis Jennings. it committees Relations Committee Row 1: Travis Xlbfford. Howard Ryan. Rovs 2: lim Xlulchay. Bud Palmer. Not pictured: lane Alderman. Forum Committee ff lv . K ...fn : farm 1 Q ti- , s f -4. T35 1 S3 , , wig ti, X - 5 ' it " 'C I we . -ra . X' 3 f ' -ni: fl Q F g Q .ia K mlzrf N ,vi .fi i -Jeff 'r I ,, 'ff - IV X l ,. .lg-Q. .,.,, .q,m.,. 159.2 -Tis? I A-'..i is f- i 'ifffifl -if N Nifty, V' . fi! ' t 1 " A' 7 ' ,Q . s K5 ' nz ,Y Jeff ye as 'r 5 ig :Qi Arts and Music Committee Recreation Committee How 1: -loan ljngholm. Dawn Benson. Row 2: Sarah Gibson. Dec Carolyn Flickinger. Adrienne Pulley, Tcd Fraser, Markie Dc-c Crookslianks. Xlary KIcCannc. Sylvia Larriva. Not pictured: Barker. Phyllis Babbitt. Not pictured: Carl Brlincnkant. lan Perry. Richard Sarrail. Evelyn Prcstridge. Liz Coleman. -lim Brower. S. "f House Committee Bulletins and Records Committee Row 1: Loc Thicn, jane Schell. Bob Beck. Row 2: Joseph Ienckes, Elmon Sapp, Ir., john Kemp, Caryl Ann Stuhrberg, Alice jane Howsare. Sid Shore, Alice Allington, Dick Anklam. Not pic- Leyland, Margaret Clampitt, Beryl Burt, NVanda Taylor. tured: Mary jean McGregor, jack Hartman. Not pictured: Ann Vickers, Virginia Marsh, Tim King. 3, W. S. lVomen students are dually governed - hy ASUA and Associated YVomen Students. Senior Anne Sporer presided over the more than two thousand coeds. The AWVS council, composed of a delegate from each sorority, womenls dorm and Phrateres. confers with the dean of Women and her staff in setting coed rules. Student Workers for Red Cross. Cerebral Palsy and Comstock Children's Hospital are supplied through AYVS,s Activities Committee. Coed Capers, the AYVS formal. Twirp VVeek and lVomen's Day were the yearls main projects with the April regional convention keeping heads extra busy this year. More than 50 schools attended the four-day convention for all colleges west of the Mississippi. ANNE SPOHER President CZ? WG? ' dk -V' 5.1 L I gh gif., ff.: . Q' Xl GAIL DUNNE PEGGY COX PAT KUNZE V ice-P resi d ent Secretary T1'e11,s-111'er ,,f,,w,j:? gr: S 6 Y A4 , ,, . 5' 5 ' W , A' ' 8 iv- Q ' L 'f ' A H, i if Q5'lfq,l vm-"" , 195' rg, rs. .. , Q- . of"f"i-3 n 1 K"""'w AWS General Council Row 1: Peggy Cox, Anne Sporer, Pat Kunze, Mrs. Martha Hall Cadviserl. Row 2: Gretchen Schworer, jean Federico, Isabel Feldman, Nancy Peterson, Sonia Harsh, Ioan Hedrick, Lynn McNulty, Ann Weatherly, VVanda Taylor. Row 3: Mary Ann Harms, Dorie Gagnier, Nettie Kesseler. Barbara Blue, Margaret Huebner, Pat Loose, Nicki Bellman, Gwen Best, Barbara Zerrien, Ann Moyer, Joan Engholm, Tommie Bolieu. Q l l 1 l l l 1 l l l U 4 I' Y HELEN HARBISON Cmirenfimz C0-Cliuirlmm MONA XIUNCH Canrcntimi Co-Clzuirnum MISS DOROTHY GLEMENT Ad L'i.s'er GXVEN BEST Publicity C0-Cliairmrm BARBARA ZERRIEN Publicity C0-Clmfr-mlm assistant ,amass- xml MEYER nu 159 . ' , ASS0 OMEN 'gn V ' 'ZX ' 1. was Y ei M X I 1 ANN MOYER JOAN ENGHOLM YVANDA TAYLOR JOYCE BALLARD PEGGY DAUM Office' Alrznagcfr Social Clzuirmun Ac'tiuitie.s' Clzairman Hauclboolc C0-Editor Handbook C0 Edztm sl Y X ,361 Q.-. V. -, cz .1 H V I Q' ' L A 1 ff' M .J AWS Office Staff Row 1: Glee Mitchell, Sarah Gibson, Phyllis Barnum. Row 2: Nancy Nelson. Pat Liggett, Margaret Gibson, Jane Burnett, Peggy Tillotson. june Shook, Virginia Mitten, Virginia Johnson, Ions-al Williams. Not pictured: Dot Gamble, jane Haggstrom, Kathleen Micke, Ann Miller, Darlene Denton, Ruth Green. AWS Social Committee Sara Laverty, Barbara Mitchell, Jan Perry. . . s. committees AWS Activities Comniittee Sub-Heads Dana Vidmer, Vivian Clark, Sylvia Sanders. Beryl Burt, Carol Teidman. i .s fc 0, if 4 , ew- AWS Comstock Committee Row 1: Betty Shride, Judy Rowe, Dianne Teague, Patty Huber. Bar- bara Castle. Row 2: Jane Burnett, Myra Tanner, Lucille Bateman, Sue Nutting, Mary Ann Manker, Kay Meyers. AWS Activities Committee Members Row 1: Donna Peachey, Louise Murphy, Eileen Dull. Margie Buck- eye, Anne Peel. Sandy Jaaskelainen, Sue Jones, Marlowe Delphey. Row 2: Marilyn Downey. Jan O'Neill, Marian XVikle. Rosemary Forbes. Bobbie Bobinette. Judy Rowe, Clee Mitchell. Row 3: Mar- garet Hennessey, Frances Nickerson. Mary Skillman, Donnalee Barley. Sue Nutting, Bert Parry, Kathleen Kuse, Betty Shride. AWS Publicity Committee Pat Hall, Judy Armstrong, Jane Howsarc. x s' ' ' 5 139 B W :Ng l X ' Q 'ZS . ei 1 --is-5. 10 3 5 . fn, ., C 4, D is Q, Z 1. ,' H -ifm-ffmw. avi J . 1 AWS Regional Convention Committee Row 1: Karen Miller, Betty Jo Ewing, Mona Bambauer, Shirley Zorn, Pat Kunze, Joanne Doolen, Cwen Best, Mabel Wfhite. Row 2: Gail Dunne, Eleanor Kalb, Cleo Mitchell, Phyllis Munch, Barbara Zer- rien, Ann Stockwell, Bonnye McFarland, Barbara Mitchell, Ann Moyer. Not pictured: Pat Liggett and Sarah Gibson. .-79... i I w 1 l E J l 1 n 4 . I If All 4:15 .Agg- fg ....-an V-- K ' , - ' 1. f .,4 , N X? , f "-' . .LU fgy 1 1. ' 'A' .R - ,, silky' va- ,w- 3,2 QS? A . -13' Y xidiijh publicafions 'Nr , E , ,uqiiz xx: I , A I Q .. ,J-5 -83.- PEGGY DAUM Editor V 1 X XE i .1 -. ii " -if w - N. if- . ,-.mx- - i ' .X H QQ. .SS XE. 5 131: 513 z f' I .i-ni" Q H.-H "' lui" MQ. .Q N ........----""" X I I N.. . . - 1 , , f Tlfiffvf, j.: ,.i,:2,qw-,LZ ,es imiin-, wuz:-i..i N. f .nfs if f- si 'Kp -xii is- ig: 5- we fi . Q. .31 NHHMM..nfff.g':if5Qf,if, x.iliGivj,1w ig, - jk . . , . i ,irc f-+ifi.g-i . in img: . 'uv nv ' v I . A ii. L- www- X 1 5. 1.39 . V ,Q i .ii i fi.. 2 .. ..W1-ifii.-fi.. ' M- w .uh ' 'I in f ,131 ,Q-XS , . tQ:::sEIit-ifiiifil , 3,39 ,:tJ:fLf2i,l' . iggggfgkiigist , Li: ..Wff54:1:1Ail'2-Q. -e .. ,H ,,.,,. UA. t Q ., Q .p lfnnvuilv' .,. 4, 'I ':g'1n,:.i .w:v:,x" 3:4i ,'..,..t 13:32:55: .raw i if 'iiffw i 'spins . ,Q iw, i,.:w anus , s-Mali "yy,-1 nga Q ,i a f www. E' 1 . , ,,"u'ss A1' as 'P ." 3+,,..p.f ' ' i K' ,f v". ,. iff' 1. L FFCQ i 'lg is , wg. -,M :Vi rf ' , 1 - 1 ', 4, . , J... if L- :' ,,,,. in .1 v ...if ,L v p- .,...,,,...M-w x . r I . 3 ... 4. ,i .-9, -ww , i fp su, gnu! . Ut g A l- y, NN Q f asa in . if ss.: .hw ink: .. .. 'N K in m - V . . ' "1 -, X: vi.Hf'.?l' -, 'flljgktlt 'ia ' Y . :4',-'fade' ny, ' ' V 113,22 Traditions and more traditions were tracked down hy Desert staffers this year in their efforts to carry out the theme of the 1954 Desert. "I found more traditions than I ever knew existedf says Editor-in-Chief Peggy Daum. A journalism major and a member of the class of '54, Peggy spent last summer dreaming up the theme and planning u dummy 16 pages larger than last yearls. Her school time was divided among the photo studio. engravers, printers, yearbook Con- ventions. and keeping her staff on the alert. Frank Over. who headed the academic section. was associate editor. Queen of the 1953 Desert, Peggv Reeve handled the associations section and the assistant editor's position. '11 fi uw -as 43 PEGGY REEVE Assistant Editor, Associations wh '-s... X FRANK OVER A.v.s'oeiz1i0 Editor, Academics , ' Q , it ' i I r l X ' A' 'N X x A., 9 I A 4, A? " N A ' - , 1:-1: ..-.fs -' NL BILL CONDRON MARY JO Mc-GOWAN OZZIE BURTON BETTS BENEKER TECIA HUNEGlx Art Editor Arts Athletics Activities Arzstocracy -34- :g ig pf 5 .NV jf BILL SMITH Ad wiser i if JACK XVALTUCH Business Manager One can't do without the other-so handling the equally important business side of the 1954 Desert production was jack Waltuch. He headed a staff of three salesmen who sold almost 50 pages of advertising. Also under him was the business office staff which handled all the book- work. Waltuch, a junior majoring in political science, was on the ad staff of last years' Desert. "Photographs of University students with ad- vertisers' products are more predominant than ever this yearf says the business manager. Thir- ty-one hundred copies of the 416-page yearbook were printed. Bill Smith, head of the University Press Bureau, is adviser of the 1954 Desert. CS? ,f PIANE ROSENBLATT MARGIE BEEMAN MONA BAMBAUER BETTY JO EWING rszness Office Mana er Office Staff Manager Typing Staff Manager Index Staff Manager -,Q F v 3 I cleseri siaff 5 , 74-Q. -- Mi-i r , l if fi , ' ,,. 1 I .4 I , I , wi. -N. 1 .1- . 4 4 s f his ,Qian ,. Editorial Staff Editorial Staff limi' 1: Cyrille Silhernian, -lan Ratts, Anne NIL-Larry. Barhara , -, -. , , W ,K 1 , 1. ,-. Y. limi' 1: Nancy l,llI'lClSll'1lIll. lane .-Xlilerinan. Clem' Kliti-livll. Ann Nluyer. Sarah iidfhllf' k"Q..l?f.l5lTc'R.Id1H Qolhtlli IMIHEITIII' Twill 'gt Cilismin, Gail XYitalier, -luaiiiie Xlilsuli. Bill lilllllllvf. limi' 2: Elini Allen. Xuney Goff TWIEQN lfbmmnh Uglnidin' X94-Ulmf X193 en' Bqilcel, iii , Iiau. jam-t Baku-ix Katlilven Russ-, Gail Uyerpm-li. ,luniee Aluliiiszui. Jean Palini-i'. C,lVKiIlBl1llKrU'l' Le "lr U' ummm ' 1 en' Meri uw' 'll-sh lliineek, Hike Xlaswglia. Hmm' 3: Krwyn Lopez, lA!I'I'Llllll' Ulshansliy. Bar- 'mln 'Int' lwara Zi-rrien. Eiigi-nic lingi-ls. liuhlnii- Ruliim-ttf-, Karyl llaytliiwiie. Kathy Key. Liz Ciili-nian. .-'mita BLlI'liL'1'. Oxyevii Cauu-rim. Office Staff Typing Staff lwyy' 1: Pam Crane. Alum-nil Xlilliiuns. Nancy Bulkeley. limi' 2: Sui' Row 1: Suncly Carsnn. Donna Nlnme, Barham Pattisuni Cora Cresswell. Roxy 'utting lfiiueiiiv Engels, Peggy XYIIQ-elur. Karen Nliig. Kathleen Camp- 2: Cynthia ci1ll'Cll1l'l'. Margaret Cihsun. Marian Robbins, Marilyn Downiy In-ll. Eli-anui' XYalki-r, Nlmiica Morse. Peggy Knuclsen. 1 E iwstf lr. '-'Y' Index Staff Business Office and Ad Staff limy' 1: Barbara Klcliee, Hope Kiininel. julie Ann Ellis. Betty jo Ewing. Row 1: Marian YVikle, Roberta Parry, Connie Allcire, Gail Overpeck, Ioan Bon tehairiuanl. limi' 2: Bea xlainisuii, Barham Sutton, Barhara Kohler. ner, Patricia Barnuni. Row 2: Margie Buckeye, Shirley Elpern, Louise XVOHU athic- Saunders, Dee Dec- Cruukshanks, Bunny -Iainisun. limy 3: Sylvia jane XVitTwer, Barhara Agron. Row 3: Donna Pezichey, Laurie Billings, Inez Larriya, Xlary Kay Wi-li-li. Pr-guy Bayless. Carolyn Cislaghi. Bernice Colusa, Sheila Leoy, Diane Husenhlatt, Frank Over. J Ci-inhala. leggy Lindstrfnn. + ' GENE CIECHANOXVSKI Editor DOUGLAS D. MARTIN Adviser Xdvertising for the WVildcat passed through the hands of Jack Qevkowitz, business manager. He handled both local and na- ional advertising, fitting them into WVildcat layout. Levkoxvitz, who served as Desert business manager last year, was assisted Jy Dick Modell, assistant business manager, and Barbara Parker, id manager. Circulating the Wildcat was the iob of Sylvia and Frank Larriva. Forty-five hundred copies were delivered each Neek. Approximately seven hundred extra copies Went to high school seniors visited on the Blue Key tour in February. ' 2 l'-ella I An eight-page weekly lVildcat this year replaced the previous semi-weekly tabloid and four-page regular edition. 'The same amount of news-but the regular's better size for professional experience." explains Douglas D. Martin, XVildcat adviser. Gene Ciechanowski, jouralism major who has served in every VVildcat position except sports or society editor, was editor-in-chief. Chicks pride and joy was his 'Knew and different" editorial page -solid editorials and features. XVildcat staff members did a great deal of their own photography. The 1952-53 YVildcat won an Associated Collegiate Press All-American award-and staff fingers are crossed for a repeat this year. -,UK JACK LEVKOWITZ Business Manager -Q l 1 i i 1 I A 1 I l v 0 sv- .3 , . 1 ,.-X Y i .N , W-1 ws. W I f ,D f N14 ff" ' no-Rf ' S rw . V. -"4 V ,xr warg QQ' 'Zr I I 4, X I 1 fa-Ai ,Lf ,, -,L ,L - .1 j- 'J I ws Q argl' ' af I - 56 N s 'L 5 Af ' 'I I 5" ,N 5' GN ' - -' g "' ' ,, 'J"'7I I V7-VT ENIHTWMJ, 1 , ,K mamma if tmmzmax QI . A f. x A 3 P f - ' ' ,zz ,,,.v 5: XM' I I if 'f ' 1' ,4 .4- f K is :Qt X o- MARILYN LEOPOLD News Editor LOU ELLEN GATLIX Nouns' Editor HERB STOKOE Sports Editor BILL KIMMEY XL'zL'.s' Editor AIARCARET CLABIPITT Society Editor LIZ RICKAY Society Editor 'IIXI SULLIVAN Photo Editor CARL MANFREDI Plzoto Editor r 'I AL SIMPSON Managing Editor MARY JO MCGOXYAX Managing Editor FRED XVEIGAXD Sports Editor, Managing Editor BILL BINGHANI Feature Editor BARBARA PARKER Aducrtisirig Manager DICK MODELL Asst. Bus-incss Manager FRANK LARRIVA Circulation Manager SYLVIA LARRIVA Circulation Manager JANICE CATLIN Office Staff Manager w'Idcat staffs Business and Advertising Staff Kneeling: Mary Lou Fanning. Standing: Phvllis Garvick, Art Goldstein, Barbara Park- x er., Not pictured: Dick Modell. Circulation Staff Row 1: Beverly Hulse, Mary Ann Manker, Delight Doner, Noreen Knepper, Nona Paull, Beverly Clark. Row 2: Frank Larriva, Sylvia Larriva, Eleanor Dieterle, Peggy Klein, Sue Nutting, Betty Jo Ewing. Not pictured: Karen Klausner, Peggy Bayless, Jane Haggstrom, Liba Breger, Marlene Bray, Laurel Thomssen, Gail VVhitaker, Sarah Gibson, Monica Morse, Jane Burnett, Martha VValker, Margaret Gibson, Pat Hall, Judy Howe, Marcia Otis, Stephene Monk, Barbara Sutton, Susan Ebell, Ellen Euhle, Julie Ellis, Jane Nickerson, Sandy McLaughlin, Sally Sommerfield, Bob Fisher, Carl Sechrist, Merle Templeton. Za 5 YYY' P '- -el - is fl Office Staff Row 1: Louise Wfong, Barbara Agron, Diane Bosenblatt. Row 2: Aline Swinehart, Janice Hanson, Jane Burnett, Mary L. Brown, Bernice Gembala, Janice Burnson. Row 3: Peggy Knudsen, Pat Hoffman. Barbara Pattison, Collyn Bruner, Judy Rowe, Nancy XVood, Susan Con- niff, Joneal XVilliams, Janice Gatlin. Not pictured: Catherine Greff, Cynthia Gardner, Laurie Billings, Ann Thacker, Carole Engelhardt, Mary Lou Schrill, Marian Renetzsky, Sherrill Hough, Karen Lott, Gladys Goldstein. Joan XVeyand, Ellen Topper, Lois Mandel, Mary Lou Fanning, Pat Hoffman, Betty Lou Shride. ,........ ,.......... A ,..1--- i""' ' ,.+g?t , .., 1, Copyreaders REDOYWYS Jack Parsons, Betts Beneker, Perry Peters, Peggy Reeve, Carl Man- Row 1: Cyrille Silberman, Sonia Harsch, Gail Overpeck, Mel Bellman, fredi, Kay Martin, Fred Hirsch. Not pictured: Eileen McMullen, Elise Rosenblum, Janet Baker. Row 2: Bob Campbell, Ronny Silver- Jinx Brown, Earl Zarbin, Peggy Damn, Toby Arbogast, Peggy Mason, man, Wlalter Mehr, Robert Halvorson, Elouise Bell. Row 3: Dick Moe, Dick Curdg Kenny Ruud and Colette Jacobs, copygirls. Bob Hutchinson, Koyo Lopez, Hector Arce.-.John St. John. Not pictured: Mike Sutin, Mary Lee Blyden, Bill lximmey, Marilyn Caval- lucci, Martin Green, Joan VVoolley, John Ullom, Phyllis Babbitt, Bar- bara WVhitehouse, Jonne Kronick, B:u'bara Porter, Bob XVhite, Gus- tavo Salazar. -i . 4 I 1 0 ,L Nw IOHY KININEY 2 b ,Editor Campus wheels and two sad. little monkeys who found themselves in student-like situations Won a permanent place in this years Kitty Kat. "The monkeys show so well what we all go through." explains John Kinney, editor. His favorite-the one who moaned during reg- istration. 'K-hut I'ye already got six 7:-10's." Kinney also revived the Campus Calendar and popularized the pogo stick. A junior in English, Kinney edited six issues of the campus humor magazine. The 52-page rodeo issue which appeared in February was the biggest ever, claims the Kitty Kat staff. Xlary Ann XVeaver doubled as as- sociate editor and feature editor. ,MUS Q27 MARY ANN NVEAVER A.s's0c'ir1te Editor, Feature Editor SUSIE MCHUCH ANNE MURRAY DEE DEE CROOKSHAIN Art Editor Staff Editor Secretarial Manaffer -90- fX 12 ll' .aj of JOYCE BALLARD 7 BIISUIL'-S'-S' Jlanager Joyce Ballard was responsible for financing the 1953-5-1 Kitty Kat. A junior in the Education College, Joyce headed the advertising, circulation and secretarial de- partments-and even trainped around Kinsleys Ranch to make sure all the Rodeo issues were sold. "Nearly all were sold. too," she reports. "YVe'x'e just a few souvenir copies." Usual Kitty Kat price was 125 centsg the Rodeo issue sold for 50 cents. More than 1.200 subscriptions PAUL KELSO I . I . Adviser were sold this year. Betty Jo Ewing was circulation ous. and advertising manager. Political Science Professor Paul Kelso advised the Kitty Kat staff. ff Q ...J fi A INA REED MARGIE BEEMAN BETTY JO EWING Secretarial Manager Exchange Editor Circulation Manager Advertising Manager .- 91 - kitty kat staff S-will I . ld., , .. ,QQ W .4 ,A S . .. La!" .,-4, if H. g,- , , . . HM., -, K mem., A ' x, it y fi .A A X L' 'j,:',,':-'w"gi W A Dm 'X . Q' -' A , X, Advertising Staff Frank Over, Bei' Perkins. Betty jo Ewing. Not .- pictured: Ann Jorgensen. up Q ' i .. ef Inf 1 . -f-oy V . 'f',, .4-'Q .1- ,' A i A T .':"??Q " . .,r 9.552 Editorial Staff Row 1: Moe Hallinan. Diane Olson, Pete Kesling, Anne Murray, George Fulton. Row 2: Robert Campbell. Mary Ann YVeayer, jim Sullivan. Ann Tliaeker. Not pictured: Aldine Von Isser, Onnie Cross, Daryl Mailloux, Elise Rosa-nlmlum, Ken Lic-lit, Ron Butler, XVendy Kaye, Tom Anyos, Janet Baker, Mary jo McGowan. Bob Hutchinson. 1' I, Secretarial Staff ' I Row 1: Mary Skillman, Judy Rowe, Delight Doner, Anne McLarry, Dix-QL -U Dee Dec Crookslianks. Row 2: Rosemary Forbes, Oween Cameron, " ' .r V Marilyn Hodges, Cora Creswell, Karen VViig. Not pictured: Leona C, - A,,Tf-,L X, Q- 8 , 1 N. K Bond, Mary Kay VVelcli, Marlene Stahl, Frances Curtis, Sue Hunter, f j f-'F ,. -W 'Tl ' 'WT ' "' Sara Laverty, Sue Nutting, Connie Alkire, Donnalee Barley, Louise f-f' Vui' ' fax Murphy, Kay Meyers. Circulation Staff Row 1: jane Howsare, Sylvia Larriva, Judy Armstrong, jane Cuiton. Not pictured: Barbara Pattison, Sandy Carson. vista SUE DONOHOE ff Editor 3. XJ' 'IMS' S l UA's literary magazine grew up this year-to a full SHQXII-inch magazine. Edited by graduate student Sue Donohoe, Vista appeared once each semester. Comedy and tragedy masks done in red and blue ap- peared on the new-size publications first cover, issued on Homecoming. UI tried to make it a fiction publi- cation with at least one article which would appeal to everyone on campus." said Sue. "I didnit want anything pseudo-intellectualf' Fiction from the English Depart- mentis short-story writing class provided Sue with much of Vista's material. An editorial board of three-Maia garet Clampitt, Sargie Jones and Nancy Martin-assist ed the editor. 45 BEV PERKINS Business Manager HOVVARD BEEBE Adviser Providing the advertising for Vista was the task of Bev Perkins. A sophomore and a Spur, Bev sold the adver- tising on a limited scale-only on the inside back cover and last few pages. Aiding Bev with the business side were Betty jo Ewing, who handled publicity. and Sonia Harsh, who delivered Vista to its public. About 100 subscriptions were sold to the literary magazine. Indi- vidual copies were 25c. Both Vistas business and edi- torial offices were squeezed into the Kitty Katis head- quarters this year. Adviser was Howard Beebe, English professor. visia siaffs xr B? SONI.-X ll.-XHSCH BETTY JO EXVING Circulation Manager Publicity Manager Vista Editorial Staff Sargie joncs, Nancy Martin, Margaret Clalnpitt. QA s , l Q' Vista Circulation Staff Row 1: Icrn-th Long, Ronnie Bakr-r. Sonia Harsch, Susie Frc-ihcrgcr. How 2: Ianicc Hanson. Patty Maker, Leu Donahoc. Eilccn Dull. Fran- cis Curtis. Joyce Grove. How 3: Tippy Sharpc, Paula Thomas. Ginger johnson, Dorothy Gamble, Sue Nutting, Patty Huber. Not pictured: Sargic jones, Pat NVQ-au-r, joy cciyn Sykcs, jan Lytle, Stephens Monk, Mary Thompson. Vista Publicity Staff Monica Morse, Jeannine Rioux, Stephane Monk, Dorothy Briggs. Not pictured: Sandy Carson, Pat Miller, Barbara Pattison, Ba.rba.ra Sutton. . 55K X . N A ..,, Q i X , . Q Q4 W wg X 4 xfg, g 2 1' E is I Q ,,,, . 'f X A f'-?'f'f?.3L H , Q Q 3.5 Q 'V r , iq' ef ' if , 'fl 1: ll A - 5 f -:,.l ' Zz,-,1 1, ,-.1:..:f-- - .Qi 1- f 7' gg ff . 221' M ,LA W' I., 1., Q Q ., V . , , W 5 w music , Q N JOHN BLOOM " Choral Director . ' M- 14 Qs W' .1 . .1 bm.,-Us-,,, f n"5'.-' U ' lsitx' C'llOl"1l Qocictv this vcar replaced the 1111-11's l The 260-voice nive I 1 1 1 I 1 and NVOHIEIIHS glce clnhs. "And wc still can accoininodate evcryhoc y who wants to sing." says Prof. john Bloom. director of choral activi- " ' '- ' " ' l S'n1Jl1onic Choir and l tad lHlXGtl xoices sing 111 tie 3 1 ffoocl will klIHlJ21SS2'tClO1'S. the Syinplionic Choir's of Hanclcls 'kBIessiah" ties. Sixty sc cc A . . . K 16 in the Choralicrs, the choral clcpa1't1ncnt's T11cso11's Christinas season was heralclccl by The 30th P1'E'S6I'ltiltlOH Cliristmas vespc-rs. 1 was givcn by the Choral Socicty Dcc. 13. Central Arizona heard thc University vocalists o11 their lllllllllll tour ill March. The choral season officially closed with the final concert of both large groups Xlay 12. Nlost-welcome recognition of the choruses. in the opinion ' ' ' ' " f ' the Arizona Edu- of Prof:-ssor Bloom, was the invitation to sing, or cators Association. i'Tl1is was the first timc anv Uiiivcrsity music group was asked to pcriorin. hc said. ' --'lfflifl -',. Q. . . ,11' . 1 DAVE BIEEKER Symphonic' Choir President Symphonic Choir How 1: Elena Dc Nlaggio, Pat Xiu,-Xllistm-r. Bfftty Conn. Clara Brycc Bcnclall. Jacqui Stevens. Pat Ashlcv, Ioan Isbell, Bahbett Cl'LlYlClilll. Rcllzl LllC'iCf. Ilopc Kininicl. Ba,-tty CLlIlfl'l'lJl,lI'j', Mary Lon Kooncc. How 2: Elm-anor Mcnscli, Chi-rvl Roach, Ianicc Iohn- son, Martha Cowan. Della Ruth lluntlcy. -Io Buncli. Suc Paync. Ianc Smith, fxllll Bcsch. Jvniiifcr Stcph. Plivllis Doiiglas, Elainc Zicglcr. Row 3: Howlctt Smith. john XValkcr. Willif- Smnll. Davicl Klcckcr. llarolcl lNlallm-ry, Philip Hcffncr. 'E111c1'v Barkcr, Rich- arcl Grccnlancl. Lani:-r Smith. 1111111-s Rcynolcls. Engc-nc Tottcn. Robert Olson. Row -1: josvph Rottura. Iamcs Doxxincv, lohn XVil- liams. Donald Xlattox. Oscar Nlorali-s. Franz Clow-r. Ricliarcl xlUlll'itSl'll. Dnanc jcnscn. Lce Savana, Norm Curticc, 'David Clat- wortluy. Tom Nh-Kenna. ' -95- choral groups GU: Mia chomiiers ' Top to bottom: Robert Olson, Betty Canterbury, Dun Mattox, Connie Knox, David Clatworthy, Mary Lou Koonee, Franz Glover, Betty Conn, Richard Mount- W sen, lane Smith, Lanier Smith, jackie Stevens, jim Reynolds, Della Ruth Huntley, Iames Downey, Pat McAllister. Not pictured: Clara Bryce Bendall. Choral Society Director John Bloom. Row 1: Browning. Burnson, Hefner. Eckert, Arc-clieclerra, Orr, Ekblad, Ludwig, Davis, Alonge, Shannon, Kennedy. How 2: Wittwer, Xvfmg, Nl?llll1SkY. Sack. Howe, Mills. Tfllitt, NVitehc'r. Ilcabod. ,l0nes. NYoodbnry, Briggs, Loxvden, Peabody, Lyneh. How 3: Alderton. XVil- son, Vlhitaker, Swearingen, Tilghman, Mr-Neil, Mc-Nulty, Karel, jones, Skaggs, Fisher. Bennett, lleald, Collins, Soule, Cresxvell. Row -1: XYoodroyv, Druliner, Root, Siewert, Murphy, Leinweher, Shogren, Cobb, Douthitt, Freyer, Brian. Moore, Guthman, Stephens, Ray, Nutting, Mandel, KYhiting. Row 5: Varney, MacMillen, Gunn, Scallan, Hoag, Sorensen, Castle, Blay. XVisenian, Philp, Eseareega, Horst, Jewell, XYolslagel, Roebin, Bledsoe. Murphy, Crawford. Park. Row 6: Denny, Benning, Hobinette, Edwards, Van Tassel, Anderson. Stewart. Aekosta, XYalker, Sharp, MeDonaugh. Curtiee. Epstein. Bloomer, Elias, Babbitt, XVriglit, Naujoks. Row T: Vivian, Finch, Ryan, Mitchell, Beekley, Byerly. Bergquist, Booth, Kuiper, Loekledge, Schryver, XVk1II'6I'1,SjL1I'SGtl1, Boglenhamer, MeGuffie, Alaia, Burnham. Row S: XYimsatt. Caldwell, Loxvrv, Long, Hinges, Powell, Elrod, Mt-Gregor, Davis, YVolfe, Hernandez, Capin, Lotspieeh, Heath, XVallaee, Figley, Anderson, Bihl. Hoxv 9: Broughton, Owen, Seligman, Seoville. Bloom, Sehneck, Miller, Green, Gunderson, Miller, Owens, Murdock, Benson, Porterfield, Haxton, Morrow, Triolo. XYertL. lloxv IU: Green, Buderin, Ortega, lleard. Hanhila. Burney, Romaine, Rosen, XVoo, Erbsen, Klausner, Downey. Myhro. Micke, Liggett, Agard. How ll: Alkire, Erdahl, Robbins, Hastings, Fishburn, Martinsen, Xllygant. Adams. Larson. Larriva, Briggs, Sutton, Turner, Carson, Coleman, Ilolter, Crane. Row 12: Kohler, Kunze. Morris. ...97- Y bland f-1 IACK LICE Dirc'L'1ur K K' ' f " 9 PN if fl ,- Q ll l l I BILL LESTEIK FLOYD NVEIL Drum Major Band Pre.s'ic1Unz' limx' l. front tu lmc-lx: Km-vm-. Clrucnwulml, Hausa-ln, Kl'illlSl', Cmlv, StCiIllJllllj.ll1.StillNl7illlQ',ll Smith liuluin How 9' Nichols l"1vuv Ashlev Hickerson, Sxmrr. lllNl'll. llutulniwn. l'll'l'ill'flr,'li. Huw 3: XX'ilsrm. Vim Cnnlp. SL'l1llltZ.WTfllllllilll, XL-lille, Allx-rts, flIcI,L-ull?AVVilliu1ng: Pllfkef. ROQVH4: Russell, lhuniltrm. Iiggu, Tilnm. Clrfglmcr. Brmx'n1'. Burr. llolx-rt Brown, Barker. Row 5: Bond. Crissingcr, XVoocls, Foster, Hull. Kcnnclly, Peterson, Young Uximlw, Huw fi: Bnrlf , Ilia fx, L1 .' l ' li' 7 - f - 3' ' ' ' ' 'F' ' ' ' ' ' ' can mol mmm, Bmw 5, Ltlml Broun, judgn, llttb, Enob, lxuudwn. Row 1. Bake-1, GIO0llllJl'1Llg6, Stockdale, Ohver, Hmel man, Bruucr, XYeil, Olvcr, Slxogren. -93- The 85-piece marching band forms its traditional block A. marching b nd Elqhtv ine meinheis ot U-X s in nclnnff 19 incl stepnt cl thiouffh D1aUnet A Trip to the 'Xloon Stepht ll Fostel Tunes and C,llll9tllllS P1 sents unclei the duection ot lack Lee Eight 1ootb11l aucliencu sex en 111 A1lZOIll St 161111111 one it Temp sm Txinlel B111 Lestei leicl 111s COllll1Cl6S tlnouffh ml neux els. Twenty 111011 school 11 incls lOlll,Cl thtin on High School Senior Diy for '1 comhinefl perforni- '1IlCf:'. After footl1'1ll SE"lSOIl the b'1nc1 lJ8C'llllL the University's Concert Blind. Tlirtc 111'1ior concerts were pr sented on c-'niipus - web. li. N '1rcl ' 'incl N111 19. Txxelvt cities he'n'c1 the lJ'1ncl on its spring vacation tour. 2? GX ,,,.. Q.-A ". . . with a banjo on my knee." The stag audience at the Mar- Cards and band depict the locomotive yell in a salute to school quette game heard Stephen Foster favorites. spirit at the New Mexico A. 81 M, game. concert band Row 1: lack Lee fclirectorl, lohn Neville, Leslie Olver. Carol Fl'CllI'. Duane Burr, 1Xlilton lhtniilton, Nolan C1'1u-11w11lt1. Row 2: BiIl'lJLll'2l Young. Kuyleen Stambaugli, Ethel Brown, Carol Hull, George lllllttlllklll, Tlioinus Cody, XYilli1un Swift. Row S: Sterling Shultz, Frzink Egge. Suninel Foster, Reginald Brooks, Gordon XVootls, john Slocklale. Beriitirtl Oliver lr., Louis Huhnkc, Carl F, Larson, Patricia Ashley. How 4: Ralston Pitts, Michael Kennclly, John Alberts, Floyd XVeil, Russell Peterson, Leslie McLean. .L 99-. lvfr 'B r 2 Symphonic Brass Choir Row l: Xormrrn CllI'llL'l'. lie: Brooks, jim-plr Peek, Phil Stoekclule, Louis Huhnke. Orville Snru'r, Carrol Hull, NVilliiun Swift, llolaert Crehner. Bill Morris, Erirl Porter, David XYilson, Robert Blabee. Row 2: Robert Brown, Dunne Knudson, Richard Stiunbaugli, Fred Steiubough, George NV. Lot- zenhiser Cdireetorj, Russell Peterson, Richard Hutchison. orchestras 1 il i...l ,f Y University Orchestra How 1: Anna Mare Sharp. Rohr.-rt Sundstrom, Sylvester Turek. Carol Verceles, Elaine Zeigler, Dave Meeker, Bob Mabee, Anita Kalis. Row 2: Kiryleen Sturnlmugli. Janice Burnson, Dorothy Brewer, john Siintremrno, Carol Frear, Duane Burr, Jerry Coldfrirb, Milton Hamilton, Bob Williams, june Smith, Nolan Cruenwald, Delight Doner. How 3: Carol Ilull, Robert Grebner, Bill Morris, Rod Sharretts, Phil Stockdale, Norm Curtice. Row -1: Fred Steinbuugli, David Leonard, Floyd E. Weil. - 100- g MA oTT.' 'Q A .IEW A drama andffspeech JY'-' PETER XIARRONEY , A Dircvinl' ii- ,, , . ,..., ' , HHN: 'P' drama 1, i ,AP JOHN LAFFERTY FAIRFAX P. XVALRUP ROBERT BURROUGHS Lighting Director Costume Director Set Director Herring Hall - 102 - all-' . 5 Gm zzz: ., x 3:4 CYGWS Technical angles of set construction are taught in stagecraft class. Acquiring academic and practical experience are Pat Wilmoth, Jim Castleberry and Mary Brown. Designing and making all costumes used in Herring Hall productions is the work of the stage costume class. Dr. Fairfax Walkup supervises sewers June Snider, Eileen Dick. Sue Gurney and Nancy Doyle. 1 lieves Peter ll. Klarronev-and experiment he 1 i'The University theater is experimentalf' he- does. Herring Halls 1953-54 plavhill ran from Q a Shakespearean comedy to an ultra-modern ian- tasv. trying the talents of each and everv phase 1 of dramatics. Five plays were presented during 1 the regular season. which ended in March. The 1 drama department then worked in conjunction with Tucsons Festival of Arts in presenting "The Bell and the Plowf' the life of Father Kino. One theater-in-the-round play and scene presen- tations occupied the drama department's re- maining spare moments. 1 "We've been secretly engaged for a year, Mother." . . . but not goodbye By George Seaton Student Director .,...,..,......................... DOIIDR HHDSEII Stage Managers .......... Liz Coleman - Mary Kate Zinn "You've inherited your stubbornness from your father Sam Griggs ..,...,.,,. Howard Baker ....... Amy Griggs .......,Y... jennifer Griggs..,,.... Jimmie Griggs ......,. Benjamin Griggs .... Tom Carter ...........,.. Dr. XV1lson ............. Ralph Humph1'ey.,. Reverend Pritchard ....,. CAST .,,..,Chuck Simmers .,,.,..Ted Townsend ,.,......Eileen Dick ....Donna Hansen ,:i.Robert Prestlien ....,....Ray Merritt ........Bill Hafford ..Carl Busdiecker Calvin C. Brown .nlienneth Brown "Next time I'd like to paint you outside with ' the moors all around you." Anne, Emily, and Charlotte in oils by Peggy Kellner. moor born By Dun Totheroh Student ljll't'CtOl ',,,, ,.,,,,,,,i,,,A,,,,,,,, X Iriry Kiln- Zinn Stage Nliuiugvr .....,.,,,....,.,,,,,.,..... Curl BllSCllCClil'l' herring "Take him not from me, Lord God!" CAST Amir- Bronte ,,,,i,, ,, ,,.......... ........,.. IX limi Alf Emily Bronte ..,..,.. .,..,,,,.,,. .....,.. O 1 inie Cross Charlotte Bronte ,..,.. ....... B ctte Merritt Brrinwell Bronte .,.,,..,, ............ A llan XVau'd Rev. Patrick Bronte .,.... .....,,,, K enneth Brown Tglyljy ',AA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,4,,,.,..,,.... P Q It Hzlfblll Concetta Billardello Martlm ....,,...,...... Christopher ,.,,,,,.,... .,,,.,............ ..,,......,. . . .,l,.... D zlvltl B11l'H6y CAST Orsino ,,,,.,,,,,l,....,, ....,.....,...........,, ,..,... C l muck Siinniers SL-lmstiim ........,,,,,,..,.,..,....., ........,,r,,. A llan XVurcl Sir Toby Belch ,,......r....,,,,.... .,,,.... C arl Busdiccker Sir Andrew Agueclic-L-k ,,,,... ...r,,,, P eter Coulson Mgilvolio ,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,.....,....., ......... T ed Towmencl Ft-ste ....l.. ..... B ob Prestlicn Olivia ,,,,., ......... J zmet Stover Maria ,...., ll,,...... P eggy Kellner Viola ..,.,,, .,.,..,... IN tary Kate Zinn Fabian ,,,..... ,,...... B 'lelvin Rothenberg "My masters, are you mad? . . . to gabble like tinkers at this time of night." ' twelfth night By William Shakespeare Student Director ...,.....Y..........,,.,.......,.......r........ Eileen Difk Stage Mginager ,,,,,,, ......, S ue Donohoe -104- hall "Shut up, if you don,t. want your head handed to you!" "Ach! So-0-o-ol " I ' CAST I I 7 Stogh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.4,., .,..,,....,,,.,,.u,.,..AAA.....,,... R ay Merritt t Harry Shapiro ,,,4,,,, ,.,..,.,,,,, u.,... N 1 elvin Rotlienburg S a P1-ice ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .....,.,.,,.,,.. I oo Ienckes Herb Cordell --,---- w----ww.w---' B ill Crawford By Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski H0ffH1ElH ............ -.-.-.... C klfl-Bl1SdiCCli9l' Student Director .,,,,, ,.,..,,,,....,,.....,..........,. C arl Buscliecker Sefton ---------w--4-----' ----------- B lu Hafford Stage Manager ',,,,,, , ..,,,,Y,,, Eileen Dick Marko .,...,,............... ,,.,....,..... R ay Rose Corporal Shultz .,....... ...,.. C huck Simmers Dunbar ....,..,....,............,.........,...,....,..........,.... Lew Murphy Reed ..........,.,...........,.,,...,..,..,....,......,,,....,.,,.... Emery B8.l'lif'l' "Let's do all the things we told other people not to do . . . after all . . what can we lose?" the circus of dr. lao By Charles G. Finney. Adapted by Gwyn Conger and Nathaniel Benchley Stage Manager ..................,............................. Sue Donohoe -105- U., Lum, ,,,,A,,,,,4l..,,.,.,........ .,,..,,,....,Y,...........l. .., uw... v......,Lv.. Apollonius ..,...,,.......,...,..........Y.......,,...,.,,.,l..,. Martin Cerrisll Charles Edwards .,..........,...,,,,........,,.....,...... Ted Townsend Agnes Birdsong .,..... ....... B 'Iary Kate Zinn Luther Larkspur ...,..,....... ........ K enneth Brown Kate Larkspur ..................,., .................. I Ody Ellis Mrs. Howard T. Cassan ....,.... Cop ..... . ................................. , ..,....... . ...,,. Sue Gurney ,......JHIllt?S Casselberry M ermalcl ..........,.,...... .,.... .................. N z 1nCy Doyle Sphinx ..,...,.. ........,. Satyr ........,..,.............. Harry Martinez ..,..,., Sea Serpent ,..,....... ..........................Janet Stover Gerald Rothenburg ..................David Breasted ........Robert C. Burroughs backstage Behind the scenes at Herring Hall theres plenty of action be- fore. during and after each production. i'B11t Not Goodbye" demanded lll'lllSll2ll lighting and niakenp to achieve the effect of ghosts ve1's11s lllllll1lllS. i'Nloo1' Bornf' the story of the Brontes. used eery SOllllCl effects as a lJilClig1'0lllKl for the heavy drama on the wind-swept inoors. Fairfax P. XValk11p's costinne crew turned to l'6St'Lll'Cll lx-fore producing the authentic, elaborate and C'Ol0l'flll costnines for Slialiespearels "Twelfth Niglitf' A modern. rough L'OIlCt'llt1'lltl0ll cainp was the setting for ustlllllfl 17.0 For the seasons final c1n't11in "The Circus of Dr. Lao." by Tucson author Charles C. Finney. was presented. The imag- ination of all was tau-11 in p1'od11c-ing a inerinaid. sphinx. Nlednsa and satyr. VP Speculating how women stand the stuff, Chuck Simmers and Ed Voss, German officers in "Stalag 17," yield to the makeup of Claire Aitkenhead, Phyllis Zarelli and Anne Gallaspie. .sk Drama majors learn a little of everything. Landon Nichols, Shirley Mattson, and Mike Meyer put a caster on a platform so sets can be changed rapidly. -106- 3 in-' "Move? I couldn't." Millie Strickland plays dress form for Smokey Stover's "Twelfth Night" costume by Barbara Bracco and Eleanor Gobrecht, assistant cos- tumer. NN. Sancet and Phyllis Sue Gurney, Karyl Haythorne, Sally Zarelli put together a costume for one of the twins Shake- speare created in "Twelfth Night." As host of its third annual national forensics tournament, the University forensics team stayed home with their talents for three days of March. More than 100 student speakers from across the nation joined the UA team for the El Grande Certimen, directed by Dr. VV. Arthur Cable. Arizona debaters placed six times-more than any other team. The rest of the year the ora- tors traveled-first to Fresno for the XVestern Forensics, then to Pasadena for the Cal Tech Debate Tournament. In April the team attended the Pacific Forensic League in Eugene, Oregon. and the Arizona State meet at Tempe, where they took five out of seven first places. Intra- mural forensics are directed by Dr. George F. Sparks, The Reading Hour, directed by Dr. Alethea S. Mattingly and the Speech and 'Hear- ing Clinic are divisions of speech activities. VV, ARTHUR CABLE Infrzlmural Debate Couch LA g P 4 '. ' lv 'L l m a ,F forensics '1 LEONARD SCHEFF JACK XYALTUCH fi' , W i:b. 2 ag. 1 5 ., 3.11 F . A W ir f r A .. a A : . e-"'-f ll 1- ?i KATHLEEN DEVINE MEL ROBBINS EMAJEAN KERBER Q13 Q Congratulations! Robert Bean, winner of the oratorical division Arizona's Dick Segal and Jonathan Schultz listen to John Peters in the intramural speech contest, receives his trophy from Dr. as he argues 0xford's side of the issue in the UA-Oxford inter George Sparks. collegiate debate. --107- Thletics 1 fx I ,LGF Q 19 'Wm We l foofball j 1, F. "POP" hlC'KALE -Dfl'C'L'fUI' of Aililcfics 1 dir 1 isrsssc l Synonymous with University athletics is the figure of james F. CPopl McKale, now completing his fortieth year of spearheading the University's athletic growth. Now director of athletics, NIcKale came to the University in 1914 from Tucson High School as the first full-time coach employed by the Board of Regents. Hiring NIcKale marked the turning point in the University ath- letic program. Through the activity and energy of "The Grand Old Klan of Arizona Athleticsf, University sports began to ex- pand. NlcKale built the program on a firm foundation with emphasis on all sports. "Pop, NIcKale's record as a coach, par- ticularly in football and baseball, is outstanding. Over a 34-year span, his baseball teams won 302 games While losing only 118. BlcKale-coached teams in football compiled a 16-year record of 80 wins. 32 losses and six ties. -':?2,w-, ,, ,.w.e.w.-.W 4f.f..,,..xzag V '55 1,-H 1 h MZ Qi' its I3 id.: -.".'12.1W9' 'P 1 Varsity Stadium -112- yell leaders BOB HAYES Head Clwerleafler 'QNX "Wim BEV COFF Pompon Leader Mmm? fx f' 'KLM'-i Q m y 4V".Zw . r' 'X Q AA A Cheerleaders Row 1: jack Shroll, Sam-Henri Robinson. Plow 2: Jim Casey, Art Cowen, Bob Hayes, Tom Kelliher. Pompon Girls Michelle Mason, Carol Cleminson, Jane Griffith, Bev Goff, Bev Lewis -113- 4 r If x. v--Luv , 115011 Fmrtbull Cnuclz X gg WARREN XVOODSOX f j V ' Si-31 coache nvrwsdhi? Www-",:iW . ft J A' Y , P, Q , , .,vf 'fQ5?fw y ,bz4?'.!i . , A .A " JE N f ,A f Y s' : ,i ',,H1ffmfi'2-iw x ' Mn- ,I .. lt: h-, - . .Am I , 1k Mui ,UUA FUHU HENRY STANTON ...HL k,IlIlI'l1 B1u'lcfi4'lzl Cnaclz End Cl7l1i',1 Dlq Q f f Football Managers and Trainers How 1: U'infi1-lcl Hutton Al c'CIEIL'l'lll SI I , . , nm, mc- don Cilluc-rg. Huw 2: Bill Kimmcy. Clmrlio flff. I' ' ' 4 ot plpturcd. -Inn Mlllc'lmy. -114- 'rop performers Ken Cardella - Halfback Honorable Mention, AP All-American First Team, AP All-Border Conference First Team, All-Border Conference First Team, SAE All-American No. 3 nationally, rushing - 915 yards No. 15 nationally, punt return - 211 yards No. 4 Border Conference, scoring - 50 points Arizona rushing records - 915 yards, one season, 2,028 yards, four seasons Governor's Cup, Most Valuable Player Don Beasley - Fullhack Second Team, AP All-Border Conference Honorable Mention, All-Border Conference No. 24 nationally, rushing - 664 yards No. 5, Border Conference, scoring - 48 points I Ll 2 E l I 51 Glenn Bowers - Center Buddy Lewis - Tackle ' Second Team, AP All-Border Conference Honorable Mention, AP All-American First Team, All-Border Conference Ltiel First Team, AP All-Border Conference Second Team, All-Border Conference -115- , -it-4' 2- Varsity Football Team Row 1: Bill McCormick, Fred Schildmcycr. Carl Beard, Barry Bleakley, Tommy Grimes, Fred Schuh. Bobby Fry. john Vagnoni, Glenn Lindner. Row 2: Art Luppino. Don Beasley, Glenn Bowers, Nick Kondora. Alcide VVebre. Buddy Lewis. Larry Bowers, Phil Rutkowski. Sid Davis. Bart Claus. Gene McDonald, john Ford fbackfield coachl. Row 3: VVarren XVoodson Chead eoachl, Nlark Owen. Lowell Berry, jim Nlagnusscn, Bill Codd, Marty Lang. Skip Corley. Jack Argent. John Mellekas. Gary Friedman. Arthur Halverson. Don Bowl-rinan, Hank Stanton tend coachl. Row 4: Dick Ridgway, Don Van Sickle. Gov Allen. Doug Allred, Ham Vose, john Pilarzyk. Phil james. Don Holley. Andy Runiic, Bill Mishefske. Not pictured: John Asher, Dick Blodgett. Gerald Boy- kin. Ken Cardella, Dave Cocklin. Bob Costa, Erv Fiihr, Ray Hannapel, Ken Hood. Bob Jacobs, Sam johnson, Roland Kuhel, How- ard Langston. Glenn Linducr, XVaync Mancuso. Gil Stern, Bill Tucker, Carl XVeiler. Wildcat quad SEASON'S RECORD Arizona ,.,,..,.,, ,.,,,,.,..,,... 7 Utah . .,,,. ,...........,,,,... . Arizona .,,,,.. 14 Colorado ......... , ,, Arizona ,,..r,., . ,.... 46 New Mexico A8LM ,,,,, , Arizona ..,.,,,. ,,,,,,, 2 0 New Mexico ....,,, .,,,,..,. Arizona .....,.. 0 Marquette .,,,,,,, . Arizona .,,,,,, 39 West Texas State Arizona .,,, ,. 27 Texas Tech... .... Arizona .r,,,,,, .,,.... 2 0 Texas Western. ,,,,,,, . Arizona ...,,.,. .....,. 2 6 Kansas State ,.,,,,.r....,, Arizona ....... 35 ASC Tempe ..,.,,.,,. "All's well that ends well" is the way Coach VVarren Woodson paraphrased the VVildcat,s 4-5-1 season as it was climaxed by a 35-0 thumping of arch-enemy Tempe. Arizona finished fourth in the Border Conference with a record of three wins against two defeats. One of the highlights of the season was the elusive running of senior tailback Kenny Cardella who romped to two new UA rushing records. The pint-sized speedster covered 960 yards to set a new rushing record for a single season and also established a mark of 2,028 yards as the most yardage gained by any Arizona player during his college career. Fullback Don Beasley, the Mesa Marauder, also set a new record for average yards gained per carry, 7.9 yards. Another highlight was the Tempe victory - Arizonais first over the upstaters in five sea- sons. The VVildcats received the newly-established Governoris Trophy for their efforts. In the renewal of the rivalry with New Mexico, Arizona kept possession of the Kit Carson Rifle by down- ing the Lobos 20-0 on Mom and Dads' Day. At Homecoming, the Wildcats played another outstanding game, holding heavily- favored Kansas State to a 26-26 tie. With the Tempe game, seniors Cardella, Carl Weiler, Bav Hannapel, Larry Bowers, Sid Davis. Erv Fiihr, Ken Hood, Rollie Kuhel, Phil Rutkowski and Gil Stern closed their collegiate football careers. In playing the ten-game schedule, the Wildcats rolled up 234 points while hold- ing opponents to 181 points. Cardella was the individual scoring leader with 50 points followed closely by Beasley with 48 points. -116- arizona utah 28 ' W I 4 f " - f " close in. Arizonais Wildcats bowed to the super-spirited Utah Redskins, 28-7, in one of the toughest season openers in many years. Before a record crowd of 22,500 fans the Wildcats staged a desperate defensive game to hold the rampant Redskins to their 28 points. The Arizona offensive machine struggled through three-quarters ineffectively. In the final quarter they broke the jinx to squash a shut-out ball game. The Utes started the ball rolling shortly after the opening whistle when they intercepted a pass to set up the first of a chronic string of TD,s. Another pass interception late in the same quarter broke up Arizonais come-back threat. Barry Bleakley, Arizonais new quarterback and passing star. found it difficult to connect with aerials under the overwhelming Utah line. Utah inter- ceptions squelched the Wildcats early touchdown threats. In the final quarter the steady and determined rushing of Arizonais ace halfback Kenny Cardella and fullback Don Beasley pushed over the Cats only score. Sprints of I7 and 29 yards by Beasley and Cardella respectively did the trick for the VVildcats. Tommy Grimes kicked the extra point with only seconds left till the final gun. The main trouble for the VVildcats seemed to be their inability to connect on passes, and interceptions of Arizona passes gave the Utes a total of 77 yards. For the most part the Arizona tossers were not given enough time to pick a receiver before the Redskin line was on them. On the ground the Arizona eleven had it over the visitors but were unable to capitalize on their power when the ball was in scoring position. They outgained the Indians by 24 yards rushing and ran back kick-offs for a total of 125 yards to their opponentis seven. The big item against the Cats was their passing game, picking up only 25 yards to Utah's 70. CARL BEARD DON BEASLEY 46 - Back 45 - Back 4 -- :RICH -. as "Brother Beats" drives for yard- age as Utah's Gail Brown 1553 and Tommy Thompson 1577 Ken Cardella returns a pllllt to start the Wildcats on the march for their only touchdown. Glenn Bowers removes a would-be Utah taekler just in time. GAME STATISTICS ' Arizona Utah 17 First Downs 13 186 Net Yards Rushing 162 8 Passes Attempted 14 4 Passes Completed 9 O Passes Intercepted 2 25 Yards Gained Passing 70 211 Total Yards Gained 232 6 Punts 6 41.7 Punting Average 43 5 Penalties 8 35 Yards Penalized 60 2 Fumbles 2 1 Fumbles Lost 0 BARRY BLEAKLEY 33 - Back 55 - Center GLENN BOXVERS s 1 xitfo' Ill L - I ,Vit if Y X- V GERALD BOYKIN LARRY BOXVERS .nl - Cen ICJ' T0 - Tackle KENNY CARDELLA 2-S' - Buck GAME STATISTICS Arizona Colorado 10 First Downs 14 114 Net Yards Rushing 175 ll Passes Attempted 6 4 Pases Completed 3 1 Passes Intercepted 2 31 Yards Gained Passing 49 145 Total Yards Gained 224 8 Punts 7 33.2 Punting Average 48.3 4 Penalties 9 30 Yards Penalized 45 1 Fumbles 4 0 Fumbles Lost 1 re. ,-Q, gf if ., . A 1ifi1iPl2ili25 t .. arizona Ill colorado 20 17" 'Qi 'J 1:1-x Arizonas underdog XVildcats played one of the staunchest games of the '53 season when they held the highly favored Colorado team to a 20-14 score on the Buffs home field. YVildcat sensation Buddy Lewis turned in an outstanding performance along with Bill Codd to spark the completely rejuvenatecl Arizona line. The Cats took the lead early in the first quarter to the surprise of the crowd when Lewis re- covered a mid-air fumble and raced for the touchdown. The Buffs stormed back in the second half to tie the score. Early in the fourth quarter Colorado climaxed a long drive with a second touchdown to put them in the lead. A few minutes later, again in possession of the ball, the Buffs pushed the score to 20-7. In the last two minutes of the final quarter Barry Bleakley took the kickoff on his own 15-yard line and sped S5 yards to the pay stripe. Skip Corley turned in the conversion pointers for both touchdowns. The Wildcat line was given the credit for holding the Buffalo scoring to a minimum. lt showed surprising strength despite the loss of its main sparkplug, Lewis. who was injured in the third quarter. line and a touchdown after snatching a mid-air Colorado fumble Carroll Hardy, Colorado's triple-threat tailback, dashes around right end as Buddy Lewis moves in to haul him down. Bill Codd 1873 comes up from end position. -118- What's this? Buddy Lewis, hefty Arizona tackle, rips out for the goal arizona 46 new mexico ac,-m 1 ea. iv EB N9 1 1 Q K YVith speedy halfback Kenny Cardella and freshman back Art Lup- pino leading the way the UA Wfildcats Won their first game of the season defeating the New Mexico Aggies 46-7. In the first quarter the Cats found it difficult to get around the New Mexico defense. The third ininute of the second period was the turning point as 160-pound Cardella moved across for the score. Later in the same period Cardella carried the ball five yards for the second tally. Early in the third quarter a series of brilliant runs by little Cardella gave Arizona its third score. His long gains were made possible by the precision blocking of his teannnates. A few minutes later quarter- back Barry Bleakley intercepted a pass and in the next few plays scored on a quarterback sneak. The fourth quarter was all Luppino as he scored on 21, 38 and 44-yard ronips. The Freshman Flash turned in a brilliant performance as he ran for a total of 108 yards, second only to Cardella's 176. In only six tries he led both backfields with an average of 16 yards per carry. The Cats allowed the Aggies only one touchdown which they scored late in the third quarter is ,qv N BART CLAUS X 2:1 sae. 'I I K End A ff with an end zone pass. E ,..V , Q :ii A , ,,.V: p . 2 V ' E Q if r,i, , ,.Vr gi f. 431155-i' 05 1:17 A iililii , 'li l ii'-i:..:giiQ3: ,Q T- f"i ' BILL CODD , S7 -- End VAUCHN CORLEY 34 1 Buck GAME STATISTICS Arizona New Mexico A 8a M 18 First Downs 7 123 Net Yards Rushing 83 7 Passes Attempted 20 1 Passes Completed 7 3 Passes Intercepted 2 19 Yards Gained Passing 51 142 Total Yards Gained 134 3 Punts 3 33.3 Punting Average 33.4 3 Penalties 2 93 Yards Penalized 20 f- 1-Ln -.1 A New Mexico's Jimmy Bradley struggles to no avail - "Freshman Flash" Art Luppino went over on this play to add six to Arizona's total. -119- UU! Art Luppino, the Freshman Flash, sets sail on another of his long broken field runs as he twists away from an unidentified Aggie. GAME STAT!STICS Arizona New Mexico 18 First Downs 13 275 Net Yards Rushing 107 11 Passes Attempted 24 7 Passes Completed 8 6 Passes Intercepted 0 134 Yards Gained Passing 85 451 Total Yards Gained 220 6 Punts 4 25.7 Punting Average 32.8 9 Penalties 8 85 Yards Penalized 70 7 Fumbles 6 6 Fumbles Lost 1 SID DAVIS ERV FIIHR 48 - Buck 74 - Tackle arizona 20 new mexico 91 N59 Well 2.1 Skxdoo' Arizonas 2.1 Ken Cardella tries to by step the Aggies' 23. Clint Hill. In the background are Carl Beard f46l. Bill Codd 1873. and A. L. Terpening 4343. XVith the aid of stout-armed quarterback Barry Bleakley the UA lVild- cats rolled over the New Mexico Lobos 20-O in the finest passing game Arizona played all season. At the same time Kenny Cardella racked up valuable yardage and scored the Cats second touchdown on spectacular running plays. The entire first half went scoreless with neither team managing to get behind the other and break for goal stripe. The Wild- cats gave the Arizona rooters a treat as their fine defensive line staved off the Lobos in two goal line stands. Taking the kickoff in the third period the Cats climaxed a long drive when Breakley tossed 33 yards to Rollie Kuhel for the score. At this point rambling Kenny Cardella donned his touchdown shoes. On the first play after the kickoff Wayne Man- cuso intercepted a New Mexico pass. Then Cardella rolled for the marker on two long runs. The final score in the fourth period was again the passing combo of Bleakley to Kuhel, and the Cats evened the season record 2-2. The Lobo game proved to be a shot in the arm for the Wild- cats and the fans. Before the New Mexicans came to town, the VVildcats had not been able to put together a running attack that would click with a passing game. Freddy Schuh and Bleakley unwound their arms and together completed seven of 11 passes for 134 yards. The backfield scampered for 275 yards with Cardella amassing 153 of them. Art Lup- pino sped for 43 yards in three carries for a 14.3 average. Defensive play was in the spotlight during the entire game. Buddy Lewis turned in the majority of the Cats tackles. Lobo Ray "Punchy,' Cuerrette played the finest defensive game from the left end position that was seen on the Arizona field all season. BOBBY FRY TOMMY CRIMES 24 - Back' 21 - Back px 1 " ri- -C " .' , ' .. . 5 -ai ISP' - ft at ' arizona marquette Ili 1- i lie Kenny Cardella tries to dart -1- through the middle of the line. Number 27 on the right is Hill- topper Dave Donarski, brother of Arizonals All-American guard last year, Jim Donarski. Although favored by 25 points, Marquette University had to be satisfied with a 1-1-O victory over the XVildcats. A fighting front line anchored by Captain Buddy Lewis, Rollie Kuhel, and Glenn Bowers put on a great defensive show for Arizona as the Marquette offense was held much below their expected output. Lewis, Kuhel, and end Bill Codd played a 60-minute game for the XVildcats. Bon Drzewiecki, fXIarquette's highly touted running star, was held to a net loss of three yards rushing. Ari- zonais offense, paced by reserve quarterbacks Freddy Schuh and Marty Lang, looked good although they could not muster a score. The lVild- cats lost their Number One quarterback, Barry Bieakley, on the second offensive play of the game. Arizona drove within yards of the Blar- quette goal line twice, but were stopped by a rugged Hilltopper line. One drive went all the way to the Hilltopper four-yard line. At this point, Marquette took the ball and marched 96 yards down the field for a touchdown. The Hilltopperis second score came when Louis Spycalla, a reserve halfback, ran back a punt 76 yards. Don Molenda converted both extra points for the visitors. Marquette rolled up 350 yards rush- ing, but they were held back when it counted by the XVildcat line. Langs punting was a valuable part of the Cat defense. In the first quarter, he punted twice, once for 39 yards and again for 45 yards. Arizonais passing defense improved over previous games as they hauled down two Marquette aerials and nearly grabbed a third one. RAY HANNAPEL 79 - Tackle KEN HOOD 63 - Guard 1 ' t - l - Q2 "VHF s ,..., .- , . . . 6 I i i Fullback Carl Beard cuts to his left but not fast I v enough to avoid Marquette halfback Ronald R-udy who pulls him down. I l GAME STATISTICS 2 Arizona Marquette ' 12 First Downs 20 , 150 Net Yards Rushing 286 14 Passes Attempted 14 6 Passes Completed 5 2 Passes Intercepted 2 47 Yards Gained Passing 64 197 Total Yards Gained 350 I 4 Punts 3 i 36 Punting Average 28.6 3 Penalties 13 15 Yards Penalized 65 1 Fumbles 4 1 Fumbles Lost 0 NICK KONDOHA ROLAND KUHEL 76 - Tackle 86 - End . 1, .. Y If r. Fi gi- a 1, 0 '54 fs' , 1 wifi"-DK-.' '. - 7' I X MARTY LANG ld! BFIZOFIB , l ,, f Af 3 0 is ... .7 5 2 A it west texas state we A g 5412. if 73 . V "'5 5 ff i'f"t: '.'...g BUDDY LEWIS 77 - Tackle , I 6 s. 7' s 45961 H: -30 - Buck ART LUPPINO 27 - Back GAME STATISTICS Arizona West Texas State 14 First Downs 14 288 Net Yards Rushing 125 16 Passes Attempted 30 4 Passes Completed 11 0 Passes Intercepted 1 90 Yards Gained Passing 129 378 Total Yards Gained 245 6 Punts 5 39 Punting Average 32.6 7 Penalties 1 45 Yards Penalized 5 1 Fumbles '7 0 Fumbles Lost 3 Striking with typical Warren Woodson strategy the UA eleven scored four times in the first 15 minutes of the game to wallop West Texas State by the overwhelming score of 39-6. Outstanding for the Wildcats was nationally recognized Kenny Cardella who racked up 146 yards in rushing and came just 77 yards short of setting a new all-time record for the school. Sharing game honors was quarterback Marty Lang who tossed two TD passes and kicked a 78-yard punt, one of the longest in the schoolis history. The first four scores in the first half started as Cardella culminated a 67-yard march with the marker. Lang teamed with back Bill McCormick and end Rollie Kuhel for the next two. The fourth score once again featured Cardella as the amazing little back sped 66 yards in the spotlight performance. Don Beasley and Art Luppino added the last two Arizona touchdowns. Freshman Luppino's tally brought acclaim from the fans as he outfaked and outran his oppon- ents to cross the goal line Without a prospective tackler near him. Lang started the game as a substitute for the injured Barry Bleakley who had suffered a shoulder injury. The sophomore signal-caller handled the Cats in spectacular fashion as he used a variety of plays to outmaneuver the opposition. West Texas used part of the Arizona offense to score their only touchdown. Freddy Schuh whipped an aerial to Wayne Man- cuso on the Arizona 28. The Texans' Jack Pierce stole the ball away from Mancuso and the Buffs crashed over for a touchdown two plays later. Barreling fullback Bob VVhelchel drove 21 yards for the score. John Mellekas 1721 and Buddy Lewis 177j rush passer Kenneth Clapp 1243 as he shoots for intended receiver Jackie Vantrease 4821. arizona 27 texas tech 52 All-American Bobby Cavazos paced the strongest team in the Border Conference to a wind-blown victory as Texas Tech trampeled Arizona 52-27. Cavazos, a lightning fast halfback, dashed for 169 yards and scored four touchdowns against the Cats. The out-manned WVildcats fought valiantly against four full opposing teams plus a 23-mile-per-hour Texas wind storm in suffering the setback. VVith the wind at their backs, the Red Raiders crashed for three touchdowns in the opening period. However, the VVildcats pulled to a 13-20 deficit at halftime. In the third period, Tech again used the wind to advantage as they rolled up a -10-13 lead which the Cats could never overcome. VVarren Wfoodsonis eleven were hurt when Kenny Cardella injured his knee in the second quarter and missed the second half of the game. VVayne Mancuso also suffered a knee injury. Art Luppino. Don Beasley and Tommy Crimes ran ef- ? ws! 1 . iii. XYAYNE AIAXCUSO 41 -- Buck BILL XIQCORMICR 22 JOHN MIILLERAS 77 fectively for Arizona in the last half but could not match the strides with GAME STATISTICS . . . . ' , h Cavazos. Beasley ripped off long gains for two Arizona touchdowns Argon First Downs Texas Eff and Barry Bleakley scored the other two. Beasley snatched a pass from 275 Net Yards Rushing 355 Marty Langlfor 31 yards on one touchdown and ran 49 yards for the 12 11332222 33215253 12 other. Playing with the wind, the Cats outscored Tech 14-12 in the 111 Yards Gained Passing 212 final quarter. Arizona got its final score on an S1-yard drive with Lup- 382 Tisjfeifgpggrcgggflid 56g pino and Beasley leading the way against Tech's third string. Luppino 8 -Punts 2 blasted for 24 yards and then Bleakley went over from the one. The 23-5 Punggsafzfggage 335 Red Raiders collected 568 yards on offense, nearly 200 more than the 15 Yards Penalized '79 - A 1 Fiunbles 2 Wildcat total. 0 Fumbles Lost 0 Quarterback Barry Bleakley keeps the ball himself to put it in position "Hey, let go! I ain't even got the ball!" Don Bowerman looks like hes for Arizona's first touchdown. Wayne Mancuso and Carl Weiler are getting choked as he runs interference for Art Luppino, who averaged Ar1zona's blockers. five yards per carry against Tech. . . "?3Q2'iz.3iYf fdS6i?:VL'1" M4-1-22 "' 'Wi 'rks?'ivQt .. ' WHY? 53 il T" ' "9 'XY-'?"l4-l5r'.". l1""- N 1'3" r5"?' F' ,v A 'Dia "wif arizona 20 texas western 28 45. 'Q 6 -55 In ,003 An avenging Texas XVQ-stern team staged a last period effort and cashed in on a long touchdown pass to beat the NVildcats 28-20. The Texans were seeking revenge Rain in Arizona? No, just leaflets from a Tempe-driven plane which read: "The University Has an Academic Function, But in Tempe it's Known as Nogales Junction! Beat the U Again! Compliments of ASC." 75 22" .Q PHIL RUTKOXVS 62 e Guard against the Arizona team for the 55-7 shellacking they re- ceived last year. Going into the last quarter both teams were tied 1-1-1-1, but the Miners capitalized on a pass interception against Arizona, and in an all out attack racked up another six points and the conversion. The score then stood 21-1-1 and the Cats. not to be outdone, came storming hack. In the most spectacular run of the KI evening, big Don Beasley raced all the way from the lVildcat's 29-yard line to set up the Arizona goal. Beasley reversed his field several times then cut for the sideline hut was pulled down iust before he broke into the clear. In the next five plays he roared over for the score. The XVildcats missed the conversion and the score stood at GAME STATISTICS 21-20. The Nliners had no intention of letting the Afizona , Texas Western Arizona eleven get another chance. In a 73-yard sus- 1O First Downs 21 , , K , 150 Net yards Rushing- 233 tained drive they smashed the ball over for six more 16 P35595 Attempted 15 points. The conversion added another point and the 3 Passes Completed 8 . , 1 0 Passes Intercepted 2 final score was 28-20. Beasley was top man in average 51 Yards Gained Pfissing 83 vards per carrv with a total of 16 per trv. . 211 Total Yards Gained 371 ' ' ' 7 Punts 6 36.1 Punting Average 40.1 4 Penalties 3 16 Yards Penalized 50 3 Fumbles 3 0 Fumbles Lost 1 , FRED SCIIUII 1 32 - Buck CIL STERN 52 1 Center Chalk up six for the Freshman Flash-Arizona's Art Luppino plunges for the touchdown as Kenny George of Texas Western tries to pull him down. Bill Codd 1871 and Buddy Lewis 1773 move in from the right. -124- arizona 26 kansas state 26 ? In what was probably the greatest game of the season for the UA football squad the decidedly underdog VVild- cats provided thrills galore for a Homecoming crowd by tying powerful Kansas State 26-26. The spotlight cen- tered on two of Arizonais most outstanding football players in her long parade of grid stars. An aftergame appraisal lauded Buddy Lewis as 'one helluva ball play- erv and Don Beasley as "a very, very fine runnerfi Another back, Bill McCormick, turned in a fine perform- ance as he racked up three of Arizonals four touchdowns. Kansas State, going great guns in their own Big Seven Conference, found it an impossible task to split the Cat line. Their touchdowns were due mainly to fine coach- ing and the running of conference star Veryl Switzer. The entire game was played on the basis of give and take. At times Arizona led the scoring only to relinquish the lead to the Kansans. In the last half Beasley was jarred twice by a swarm of Staters and the ball slipped from his hands, seriously hurting the Cats' scoring chances. The brand of football played by the Wildcats was the best they had played all season and were it not for five fumbles the score might not have been the same. The records are complete but non-partisan witnesses will tell you it was Arizonais game. I'm a-comin' - Kansas State's great halfback, Veryl Switzer, gains around right end as CARL WEILER Glenn Bowers and Bill Codd move in. Parson Woodson leads his congregation in a prayer that Arizona will break the 26-26 tie in the last minute of the game. BILL TUCKER 25 - Back GAME STATISTICS Arizona Kansas State 24 First Downs 14 296 Net Yards Rushing 180 23 Passes Attempted 15 12 Passes Completed 6 1 Passes Intercepted 2 143 Yards Gained Passing 125 439 Total Yards Gained 305 3 Punts 7 34 Punting Average 34.3 8 Penalties 8 50 Yards Penalized 50 5 Fumbles 1 5 Fumbles Lost 0 Q I N ALCIDE XVEBRE 66 - Guard 68 - Guard llllllflrwlrllbi '40t - - Ffa... -Q arizona a. s. C. 'cempe Qui A I' l 209,50 - LJ . Time: 10:15 - No tenseness now as Kenny Cardella i hangs on to the winning ball and the team hangs on f to Cardella. I K 1 GAME STATISTICS Arizona Arizona State 23 First Downs 5 491 Net Yards Rushing 94 10 Passes Attempted 17 6 Passes Completed 5 0 Passes Intercepted 2 47 Yards Gained Passing 18 538 Total Yards Gained 112 3 Punts 9 14.3 Punting Average 34,1 9 Penalties 2 85 Yards Penalized 10 7 Fumbles 2 3 Fumbles Lost l l l l Must Be Mighty Mouse-Not even four Tempe i hcavyweights can stop lightweight Kenny l Cardella as he drives for part of the 200 l yards he picked up against the Sun Devils. -126- X X f I x Time: 7:45 - Coach Wood- son gives final instructions to a tense Wildcat squad. Arizonais Xiildeats ended their 1953 football season on a note of triumph by breaking Tempes four-year yictory domination by a score of 35-O. Arizonas H5111 Inside. Xlr. Outside" combination ot Don Beasley and Kenny Cardella racked up yardage and points that the Sun Deyils couldnt match or stop. The UA line tore holes in the Tempe forward wall to allow ace backs to scamper through. On the XYildcat's first play from scrimmage Beasley tore through a wide hole in the line and sprinted 64 yards to score. He was supported beautifully by the blocking of standout lineman Buddy Lewis. TVith only a minute and -17 seconds gone Arizonas PAT artist. Skip Corley. kicked the extra point. A short time later, after Cardella returned a Devil punt T1 yards. Beasley smashed over again for the score. Arizona led 14-0 on Cardellais extra point kick. In the next few minutes both teams juggled the ball for losses and a Tempe punt gave the XVildcats possession on their own 17-yard line. A sus- tained parade down the field exhibited the yersatility of the Cat eleven. Quarterback Xlarty Lang mixed up passes and running plays to set the ball in scoring position on the two-yard line. Klin- utes before the first quarter ended Beasley repeated in his point parade. Tommy Crimes added the extra point and the score stood 21-0, The last two scores came in the third quarter from Beasley and Cardella as the duo broke Arizona rushing records from years back. The two ace backfield men could not be stopped by the be- wildered Sun Devils as both added a TD apiece. 35 baskefball A -m"""' 1 l e COACH FRED ENKE Completing his 29th season as head basketball coach, Fred Enke produced a team which won 14 games and lost 10 while finishing third in the Border Conference. As defend- ing champions in the conference. the Wfildcats compiled a record of eight wins and four losses against BC opposition. They lost two games to Conference champions Texas Tech and one each to Texas XVestern and Wfest Texas State. Hadie Redd, sophomore forward returning after a yearis lay-off, led the Wfildcats in practically every offensive de- partment. Redd scored the most points-318, had the highest average per game-13.2, and scored the most bas- kets from the field-118. Center John Bruner was second l in individual conference scoring with 199 points in 12 BC games. The-6-ft. 5-in. pivotman also teamed with Redd as an outstanding rebounder for the team. The Wildcats turned in what was probably their best performance of the season when they defeated Bradley S7-74 after absorbing an earlier 79-55 pasting from the Braves in Peoria, Ill. Bradley finished the season ranked by Associated Press as the 17th team in the nation and went on to take second place in the NCAA tournament. Other notable victims of the Cats included Southern California, Centenaiy and Canisius. On the annual eastern trip at Christmas, the XVildcats defeated Canisius and lost games to Bradley, Beloit and Niagara for a 1-3 record against top-flight opposition. Three seniors will be missed by Coach Enke as he maps plans for next season-Bruner, guard Bill Smitheran and reserve forward Oscar Islas. T29 ll: ' QR 'Hr ff Bear Down Gym - 128- T OP performers SEASON'S RECORD Arizona .,.,, ,.r,..A,,,,, 7 0 Arizona ...... 45 Arizona ,,..., 48 Arizona ,,,,,. 79 Arizona .,.... ,,,,. 8 1 Arizona i,,,,, ,,,,, 5 7 Arizona ..,.,. ,,.,. 5 7 Arizona .,.... .,,,, 5 5 Arizona ,,,,,, ,,,i, 6 5 Arizona .,,... ..... 7 9 Arizona ,,,,,, ,,,ii 4 6 Arizona ,i.,,, ,i,,i 6 2 Arizona ...... ..,,. 5 8 Arizona ,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 7 Arizona ...... ,.,.. 7 9 Arizona ,,.,.. ,z,,, 8 7 Arizona ,,,,.. ,,.,, '7 1 Arizona .,,z,, z,,,, 8 2 Arizona ,,,,,i ,,,,, 6 1 Arizona i.,,,, ,.... 5 9 Arizona r,,.. .,,,i 7 7 Arizona ...... i,,,, 6 8 Arizona ,,,,.. ..i,. 7 8 Arizona ,,,,,, r,,,, 5 6 ASC Flagstaff ,,,,, UCLA ,.., , i,,,, UCLA ,,,,.,..,,,.... . Centenary ,,,,,,,,,, , San JOSE State ,,,,,,,,,. Utah ,,,,,,.,.,.,........... USC ......r.,.ir,,,,.,,, Bradley .....,. Beloit ,,,,,,. Canisius .,..,,,,,, Niagara ....,.r,.,,,,, TEXSS Tech .......,i. Texas Western .,., New Mexico A8zM ASC Tempe Bradley ..r...,,.,,,,,,,.. New Mexico A8aM ASC Tempe ,i,,,,,,,, West Texas State Hardin-Simmons West Texas State Texas Tech ...,..,.,, Hardin-Simmons Texas Western ,,,. G Hadie Redd ...... 24 Ted Lazovich ..r. 24 John Bruner ..,... 24 Geo. Rountree,,24 Bill Srnitheran.,24 Jim Brower ..,... 24 Jackson Eddy .,13 Ken Wilson ,,,, 17 Oscar Islas ....,. 18 Bob Howell ....., Larry Brown .... INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FGA FGM 318 118 323 100 223 96 201 67 148 49 181 57 66 25 33 7 41 6 14 1 5 1 Pct. 37.1 32.3 43.1 33.3 33.1 31.4 37.7 24.2 14.6 7.1 20.0 FTA FTM Pct. 132 80 60.6 141 107 75.9 130 102 78.5 74 52 70.3 136 75 55.1 46 29 63.0 10 7 70.0 23 13 56.5 19 11 57.8 7 4 57.1 6 2 30.0 -129- Avg. 13,2 John Bruner - Center 128 Second Team, All-Border Conference 123 Hadie Redd - Forward 7.8 Second Team. All-Border Confertncc .7 2 S300-Point Circle 5.9 Y 4.4 H 1.6 ' 1.3 . - Q ' X 1.2 X 1.0 ' E - il WY! is ii ps 1 if .H ' , 5' . it 'P if .. . if it Jr sg 1 lg j ' jf -. ' :age -,'-- , ., gf" 44 ' I Q: "" fllgrffwgil X xk my .. E Q X fr Q 'V!", xx in y 'I X' r - f A f at . N i gf 5 .. . LWMT? 6. I, -3 c...g'Nf-,5,,'! -t - , ..., W fl at ,. p 4 Varsity Basketball Team How 1: Jackson Eddy. Bill Smitln-ran. jim Brown-r. -Iohn Bruner. George Hountree. Tc-cldy Lazovieh, Oscar Islas, Bill Southerland. How 2: Brendon Iflnnng-ry linanagi-rl. jerry Cline. Larry Brown. Hadii- Redd. Bob lloxiw-ll. Ken XYilson. Darrell Bruner. Bill XVag- ner. Jim Chapel. Ernie Oostei'x'es'ii. Fred Enlw leoaehl. season's opener ARIZONA ASC FLAGSTAFF 70 60 A scrappy hunch of XVildc-at cagers opened their 195-1 basketball season with a scoring spree that beat the Flagstaff Lumherjacks by a 10-point margin of 70 to 60. The opener brought outstanding performances from UA players George Piountree and lladie Redd. Both hoys played a fast game. and Redd lived up to expectations as a spectacular rebound artist. Rountree scored 21 points, Redd contributed 15 and Teddy Lazovieh had ll for Arizona. In the first two minutes of play the Cats hegan to pull away and the Lumberjaeks were never able to catch them, In the second half the Axmen staged a rally that was soon squelched hy Coach Fred Enkes charges. The UA quintet came through with a fine sample of ball handling and precision passing. They took advantage of a Close press by the Lumberiacks in the last period to work a man under the basket for easy scores. They maintained at least a six-point lead through- out the game. Even the long arm of Flagstaff center Don Whalen doesn't stop Hadie Redd as he drops in another two points for the winners. u. c. I. a. serie ARIZONA UCLA 45 90 48 84 Z, fargo fx N UCLA's Ron Bane sneaks between Kenny VVilson and Ted Lazovich to try a lay-up for the Bruins. Don Bragg of the Bruins and Jim Brower and George Rountree follow the ball. Rated one of the coasts most powerful teams. the UCLA Bruins proved the point by defeating the XVildcats twice during a two-game series. In the initial game the Bruins took a first period lead of 21-5 and never relinquished it. The game ended 90-45. The XVildcats were hurt when the Califoniians substituted three equal teams against them. Among other factors the Bruins claimed a height J . 4. advantage over the XVildcats. In the final game of the series the Cats managed to give UCLA a lot of trouble at first but slowly tapered off as superior height and shooting began to tell. Teddy Lazovich paced the Cats with 11 points. jackson Eddy poured in seven. Coach Fred Enke played 12 different men in the fray while the Uclans used 15. The lVest Coast team wound up the ball game 84-48. They outscored the Cats in all four quarters and in the second racked np 23 points to Arizonas six. Joux BHUNE11 ff V' "Gimme!" Jim Brower tries to snare the ball but Ron Bane has other ideas. Watching the battle are UCLA's John Moore and Willie Nauils 1151 BHOXVER -2 and Arizona's John Bruner, Teddy Lazovich and George Rountree. 21 - Gm,-fl -1 1 Cclztcr 3' 1 5 E: I lj. f 'Q ke 1 5 fi .ai . ii 1 I -tx rf 1 flvl' 1,11 cen enary x, X. - " '. -. -. 'Nf..1Q, ar -- xi 1 f ,. Q25 - , ..... . A 1 ARIZONA CENTENARY . S ' 79 64 1 f . fi l l 1 ' ww --" 1 law , AM ,. 1 ' , X - f lCl.I l.pXZUYlCfll Cll'fOliflE llOl'X'l'lll'lE Il lforu tml I5 1 l'l4ll'lLiIlI'll .'xl'lZUllil'S llt'Yf two ganna-s saw the Cuts score wins over Cli'lltt'llLll'l' Llllfl Sllll lose lJl'lllglllQ: their win-lose record up to 3 and 2. l11 one of its big scoring sprees the 55, Cuts rolled over fit'lltCll1ll'l' T9-6-L Clciiter john Bl'llllCl' Zlllll F01'NVill'Ll Teddy Lazo- vich put-1-cl the Cuts in SPt'Ct1lL'lll21l' floor play illlfl Sllilfjtllltl. B1'llllb'1' hit il high 64.2 1141111-11t 11x'cr11gc- illltl l,11zox'icl1 scored llll illll2lZlllg 81.1. Ill the first half 5. the XVildc'11ts trailed the Cents hut the third l'Illlll'lfCl' saw :hl'lZ0ll1l explode. I11 a .VY 5 lllllfttd' of llllllllt0S the Cuts were llllttiltl. Despite Ll full court press i11 the second ' 1.-1 . . - . . . I , I llilll the UA Q-11qe1's gzuned 21 lo-point victory Il'lL1l'Q'Ill. l11 the S1111 ,lose hzittle the l "' H E '75 Cut quint 01111111 from l1el1i11cl to hest the SP2ll'l'illlS Sl-T7 i11 1111 overtiinc QHITIG. ' 1 . 1 ' 1 .1 1 ., .I . 1 1. H Foxw irds H 1d1t lxedd lllfl 'lccldy l l70Y1Cll took 9CUl'lll' honors lor the xVllQlC1tS lt was lDill'l'ttll Bruner. though. who scored o11 il long one to tie the gains- i11 the l11st few 111i1111tes and send it into ox'e1'ti111e. Al'lZ0ll1llS Oscar Islas 1111d Bill Smith- e1'1111 hoth Q111111- tllI'0llLIll then to pull out 11 Cut victory. san jose slate Backward or forward, Teddy Lazovich put in 25 points as the Cats romped over Centenary. Burl Plunkett, Art Franklin, John Bruner and an un- identified Gent watch two more go through the hoop. Bill Smitheran goes up between Spartans Bud Hjelm and Norm Ponti to make two count and give the Cats an overtime victory. -132- utah ARIZONA UTAH 57 65 if Nr 2: 5 QQ, 2 0 0 SQ e r n C a I r n I a Hadie Redd tries a one-hand push shot as Redskin Morris Buckwalter 1143, Jim Brower and John Bruner wait to see where the ball goes. ARIZONA USC 57 55 In two non-conference games played on their home court the Wildcats were unable to stop the Redskins of Utah but later upset a highly favored Southern ' California team. An evening full of bad breaks and bad passes marked Utah,s 65-57 victory over the Cats. Statistically, Arizona,s shooting average was higher but the UA quint lost possession of the ball too many times to keep up with the Utah five. Final game tallies showed Utah had attempted 85 shots to the Cats' 59. Consistent scorers, Teddy Lazovich and Hadie Redd played the roles of high-point men for the NVildcats. The SC game proved a different story as Coach Fred Enkeis cagers stayed off a desperate rally in the final quarter to beat the Trojans 57-55. ,Before the final gun George Rountree sank four free throws for the Wildcats, breaking a 53-53 tie. Arizona's high-point man again was Tezldy Lazovich. Both teams traded field goal for field goal during the game but the Wildcats pulled ahead on free throws. It was the eighth win for Arizona in 23 games with the Trojans. BILL XVACNER 14 -- FUl'll.'lll'CI Followed by a parade of Trojans, George Rountree hooks in two against H ADIE REDD Southem Cal. 23 we Iflu-1L'r1f'fI - 133 - ' it ".',f-1.525-fs . 4' ':.",'. . ' ieailxrsw: fg , eastern 5' 5. L I ! c ARIZONA BRADLEY A 4, A, IN 55 79 A 1 5 87 74 - ARIZONA BELOIT vi '-v S ' :.. -A .--: x..X3.,. ,,Y. ,x,A... .,:- . - ,AAAZA 'Q -.:t i A. ' . ...ask : .: , Q . l 1311,1, Shllllllfli.-XX ,l.XClQSUX KDDY in -- tlzmrrl 53 - A l'lHI'fl'fI!'ll A one-vvin and three-loss record vvas all the Xlildcats could manage on their earlv season road trip into the East playing such nationallv knovvn teains as Canisius. Beloit. Niagara and Bradley. ln the first game with Bradley the Braves scored a T9-553 victory. For Arrconzt it was the fourth loss in eight games since the beginning of the season. The XVild- cats more than made up tor the detefit later at honie as they shocked Bradley. the 17th team in the nation. ST-74. ln the first contest George llountree was the big gun for the Cats. hitting for 1-1 points. The top U.-X scorer until that garner. Teddy Lazovich. hit for onlv one point on ra tree throvv. In the second game ot' the series. Redd poured in 21 markers for -Xrizona though the Beloit Bufycaneers rollgd over th:-in S9-64. Though the usual 1Yildcat scorers were pouring in the points in fine stvle. there vvercnlt enough to match Beloit's fine team. For the most part the Cats were unable to get near the basket on offense while the Bucs maintained a steadv scoring stream from the court's outer limits. During the game each of Beloitls starters dropped in at least 10 points. In the one bright spot during the eastern journey, both Lazovich and Hountree garnered 21 points apiece to lead the scoring in a T9-5S tronncing of Canisius. The XVildcats displaved an effective fast break during the contest. They were only in trouble once in losing their advantage lead. Redd and .Iohn Bruner. pivot inan for the Cats. both added their share to the decisive win. lledd sank 17 and Bruner scored 10. 1n the second quarter 1.azovich seored nine points vvithin tvvo minutes to give Arizona its lead. ln the third quarter 1tountree's seven-point splurge gave the Cats their needed edge to keep them out of trouble. "Quit guarding me!" Bill Smitheran and Jim Brower make double sure Arizona gets the ball away from the Braves' Barney Kilcullen and Jerry Hansen. 3. of 1 O y 'if ' W Ft ki A ' .' -A-A Redd on the rebound--Hadie grabs the ball and starts heading K -1 for Arizona's basket as George Rountree and Bradley's John I Kent and Dick Peterson follow. -134- 'rour Q tx - 4 . , I Q X rt., I ARIZONA CANISIUS 79 58 ARIZONA NIAGARA 46 79 Jim Brower sprawls across the floor after the ball, but he's too late. Bradley's Bob Carney gets there first. In a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of Niagara the VVildcats just couldnit seem to find the range in the Buffalo, N. Y., gymnasium as the Eagles squelched them 79-46. Usual high scoring Cats were bouncing the ball off the rim of the basket in a desperate attempt to get into the scoring column. They dropped to a low 22 percent average from the field compared to their 40 percent mark against Canisius two nights earlier. Shooting leaders for the Wildcats during the game were Lazovich and Bill Smitheran. Both boys picked up 13 points apiece. The Purple Eagles never once trailed during the game. They combined speed with deception and accurate shooting to beat the Arizona five. Toward the end of the season the Wildcats avenged the Bradley defeat by decisioning the Brave,s five 87-74. In one of the most spectacular games played in Bear Down Gym all season, the Cats were unbeatable. After piling up a sizable lead early in the first half the UA quint was faced with a full court press in the third quarter. Even under this tension they played heads-up ball and made good on driving lay-ups as Lazovich and Redd consistently broke loose from their men. "You can't come through that easy." George Rountree tries to stop Belo1t's Lou Newtson from slipping past him. Beloit forward Wayne Gilmore moves in. 1 fr W, .,., 4 ' A ' Nt X by 3 a Y .5 is sf mia 5-'S' 4,9 11 X Q- W J Ns Y, , .v f .s '- .Just X 'u K I wwf M the ft ,f i ' 4 . N., if , fy-M., M X s. ..+ t x I , m 5 H. 5 - 3 5 - F!H'lL'tlI'lf 552' ' vs i DARRELL BRUNER 5. 12 - Center X v 1 'X X aa, 5 3 135 V. , , Jf, 4 ., 1 John Bruner escapes the clutches of Aggies Louis Henson 1357 and Ken Dann 1155 to drop in two points under the basket. new mexigo a. St m. series ARIZONA NEW MEXICO A 81 M 67 65 border we gf i .-'xrizona triumphed in both basketball games played against the New Xlexieo Aggies as highpointers illuminated each contest. The first victory was squeezed out by a two-point margin as the YVildcatS exploded in the second half to take a 67-65 win. Hadie Redd was the spark in the late attack. The jumping wizard banged away for ll points in the third stanza to personally bring his team to a 49--19 deadlock from a 35-27 deficit. The Cats were behind 35-27 at half- time. but Redds' scoring output gave the XVildcats the extra push to win. jackson Eddy Lllld john Bruner were the Cats, leading scorers in the game with 17 points each. Bruner and Lazovich completely took apart the Aggies iii their second meeting, 71-63. Bruner popped in 24 markers and Lazovich closely followed him with 19. The Wild- cats amassed a terrific 51.5 shooting average in the first half to build up a commanding lead. The Aggies were cold from the field and when the Cats began to break their zone defense. the game was decided. A little football under the basket as Hadie Redd sends the ball up over Aggie Louis Henson's shoulder. Bill Smitheran drives hard and lifts the ball off his finger- tips for a quick two points against the Aggies as I-Iadie Redd heads for the basket. -136- conference if to li N 1 w tia l: The darkest spot on the YVildcat basketball record was the double defeat handed them by the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. In an early season tilt the Raiders chalked up a con- vincing score of 78-62 and in one of the seasonis finals for both teams they trounced Arizona 97-68. Wfith Bear Down Gym as the setting for the first game the Xlfildcats lost for the first time in 20 years to the Texans. For the Raiders it Was their 10th victory in 12 starts this season. It was a close game until the third quarter when the eagle-eyed Raider quintet started a scoring spree that didn't stop until the final gun. But it was Arizonas big center, john Bruner. who turned in the evening's outstanding performance. Bruner netted 23 points to lead all scoring. In addition he hit for a resounding 60 per cent of his shots. Hadie Redd and Bill Smitheran scored Il and 10 res Jectively. In the second game Smitheran teamed with Teild Lazovich for VVildcat scoring honors. Lazovich bucketecll 14 and Smitheran 153. The game was a sad clincher for the Cats, who lost all chances for a Border Conference championship with the loss. Tech Went on to Cop the conference title. I George Rountree backs up Hadie Redd as he tries to tip a jump ball with plenty of opposition from Tech's Eugene Car- penter and Carl Ince. texas tech series Teddy Lazovich does his best to stop an unidentified Raider from adding two points. Tech's Jimmie Sexton and UA's I-Iadie Redd, George Rountree and John Bruner wait for the rebound. ARIZONA TEXAS TECH 62 78 68 97 Jim Reed tries for two more as Bill Smitheran does the guarding. Esten Blackmon and Eugene Carpenter of Tech and Arizonais Jim Brower get set to take the ball off the boards. Jim Brower adds two with a push shot from the left-hand corner despite interference from Delnor Poss and an unco- operative basket. Bill Smitheran and Jolm Bruner wait with Cowboys Ronnie Ryan and Bob Tremaine. hardin-simmons series ARIZONA H-SU 59 55 78 72 In a pair of the hardest fought cage battles of the season Coach Fred Enkeis XVildcats defeated the Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons by scores of 59-55 and TS-72. In the last three minutes of the first game, played on the Arizona floor, the Cats stalled the ball in a spectacular display of control passing. It was only at the final gun that the UA basketballers were able to breathe easy and claim revenge over last yearis Border Conference winners. As the game entered the final three minutes the Cats staged the "freeze" Only a second before the gun ending the game went off the referee called a foul on the Cowboys and forward Hadie lledd added two points to giye the Cats a fonr-point edge on the visitors. lledd and Eli Lazoyich were once again the big scorers for the Arizona qnint. bncketing 15 and 12 points re- spectively. It was a sadder occasion for Enkeis men when they once again edged the Cowboys at Abilene. Playing their second- last game of the season they had. only the day before. dronped all chances for a Border Conference title by losing to the BC win- ner. Texas Tech. XVith4 Big john Bruner leading the way. how- ever. the Cats continued to show spirit and ability. Bruner scored 26 points. Let me put it in, boy! Hadie Redd tries to get above Cowboy Tom Burks for a shot as Jim Brower, John Bruner and Glenn Harlin, H-SU. move up. M ' John Bruner tries a shot from down-under with some tight squeezing by John VVhatley of Hardin-Simmons and Jim Brower. A 5 144 if 19 0 1. 7 :NN -138- west texas series if tc 4 Q X Tx QL 1 X Although the 'Wildcats could muster only a split with the Wfest Texas State quintet, Fred Enke's five could boast they held the Conferences top scorer to fewer points than any other Border school had. The XVildcats handed the Buffalos their first Conference setback, 61-52, in the first meeting of the two schools. Troy Burrus. 6 ft. 7 in. pivotman for the Buffs, was held to only 15 points in this contest. The huge sharpshooter later captured the Border scoring championship. Teddy Lazovich and Hadie Redd popped away for 16 markers apiece to pace the win. In the first half, the lead changed hands seven times with Arizona holding a first quarter lead. 16-12. Powered bv Guard jim Scott, the Buffs fought back to take a half- time margin of 27-26. Lazovich provided the necessary punch for the victory. After eight minutes had elapsed in the second half, the quick forward meshed a driving lay-up which launched a nine-point scoring spree for Arizona. This scoring output was enough to outdistance the opponents. Arizona blew a first half lead as the Buffs tok the second game of the series, 79-77. The Cats were ahead 20-10 in the first quarter and 38-30 at the half. However, the Buffs caught fire in the third stanza and rolled to a 62-59 lead. Scott again led the attack with 21 markers, while Burrus was held to 18. After Burrus fouled out in the last quarter, Bill Clifton, his substitute, scored two fielders and two free throws to insure victory for VVest Texas. Redd and Lazovich canned 18 pointers apiece while John Bruner followed them closely with 17. Mad scramble - Giant Troy Burrus 1211 attempts to dump in two points for the Buffalos while Bill Smitheran and John Bruner do everything legal to stop him. John George 1231 follows up the play. ARIZONA WEST TEXAS STATE 61 52 77 79 Leaping Hadie Redd lifts the ball over the rim for his 15th and 16th consecutive points of the game. Tom Rasberry 1221 moves in for the play along with Cat Bill Smitheran 4251. "0oof!" Teddy Lazovich kicks at John McClure 1441 as he loops in two points against the Buffalos. Troy Burrus 1211, the Border Conference's leading scorer, watches as Iladie Redd, Jim Brower and John Bruner get set to control the board. mn' like ' Tempe's Mike Laughran and Bill Smitheran fight over a tip-in as Tom Futch, Teddy Lazovich and Dick Daugherty wait for the ball. tempe series ARIZONA ASC - TEMPE 79 65 82 75 ln two Border Conference tilts with rival Tempe, Arizonais XVildcats defeated the Sun Devils both times in their hid for a high conference berth. In the first game played the lVildcats pulled out a 79-65 victory in Bear Down Gym. john Bruner, flashv Cat center, scored 27 points in the meeting to take top honors for the evening. Both teams were even up -10--10 at the half but the Cats began to pull awav as the third period began. Bruner used all forms of the hook shot and seldom missed. lim Brower hit time and again from the edges of the court. lVith three minutes left the Cats froze the ball and Tempe didnt have another chance. The teams met in Tempe for the second game and once again the bovs from down state rolled over the Devils, this time 82-75. The XVildcats shot an amazing -18.7 accuracy percentage led by forward Hadie Redd who dumped in 20 points. Along with his high scoring. Redd was also the man-under-the- basket in the rebound department. In the second half forward Teddy Lazovich hit five in a row to keep the Cats on the move. Playing the same position jackson Eddy tallied 14 counters. John Bruner buckets two of the 27 points he scored to sew up the first game for the Cats. Tempe's John Burton, and UA's Hadie Redd move up for a possible rebound. Rise up and fight! George Rountree battles with two Tempe players for a ball that isn,t even there. Hadie Redd, Teddy Lazovich and John Bruner move in. x Q . 'B . Pl- pre pf! Qi' .T w JJ rf 4 s L15 -140- texas western series QF H ,X -xf 1 Nm' . U . Still smarting under a series of early season defeats and after dropping their initial BC tilt to Texas Tech, Coach Fred Enkeys VVildcats could not pull out of the slump long enough to stop Texas Vfestern, losing 58-75. The Cats seemed to follow earlier season precedents set while playing on an unfamiliar court. They couldnyti hit the hoop from the floor or from the foul line. Twenty-nine fouls were called on them during the game. Though fouling out in the third cuarter Arizonais ace scorer and rebounder Hadie Redd picked up 14 points. Com- ing into his own in the center slot was big john Bruner as he bucketed 17 markers to pace the Cats. In the final game of the season for the Arizona cagers they turned the tables on the Xliners and edged them out with a 56-52 victory on the UA court. Although out of 1 the BC race fOl' first place the 1VilClCatS XV6l'8 1101 yet Graduating senior Bill Smitheran sails in for a shot at the ready to give up. From the beginning whistle they were basket in his final game in a Wildcat uniform. Ned Moore 1135 pushed all the way by the Texans hut always managed Western forward mes to block the Shot- to maintain a slight lead. Rounding out the season in the 300-points-scored-in-one-season bracket were Ari- zona's ace shot artists, Redd and Teddy Lazovich. Cen- ter Iohn Bruner missed the honor by only six points al- though scoring 15 for the evening. ARIZONA TEXAS WESTERN H3916 Redd Jumps a foot off the floor to pump in a Jump shot, and it doesn't look as if Texans illames Babers 1253 or Gene Majors 1331 can stop lm. John Bruner exhibits his dependability under the boards as he battles the Miners' Gene Majors 1333, Harlan Cansler 1235, and A. J. Mason 1113 for a rebound. -141- Y WHAXQTTGUS Arizona Frosh , ., .. 55 Arizona Varsity ...,A, , Arizona Frosh , ,, 55 Phoenix College .. A1'iZOI12 .,,,..,... . ,,,,,.. 58 San Bernardino JC., Arizona ....,, ....., 5 9 Glendale JC ......,. Arizona , i ,,..,. 66 Phoenix College Arizona . . .,,,., 65 ASC Tetnpe Frosh ,. Arizona , , , 57 Phoenix College , Arizona ., . 58 Davis-Monthan AFB Arizona ,, 79 Phoenix College 1 I Arizona . ,, 72 Eastern Arizona JC ' Arizona ., ..., 69 Eastern AFAZJI11 JC.. Arizona ., ,, ..,. 78 AS-C Tempe Frosh ,. Arizona ,,,... 65 Hughes Aircraft Arizona ...,,, .... 6 5 Davis-Monthan AFB CQACII ALLAN S'I'A,xNTON Arizona ,,.... .... 6 1 Eastern Arizona JCL NW- Arizona ., ,, .... 66 Eastern Arizona JC.. Arizona .... 75 Chaffey JC o,,..,..,,,., SEASON'S RECORD ln his first season as coach, Allan Stanton won his spurs as a top-flight tutor. He guided his XVildkittens to one of the finest records ever compiled by an Arizona frosli team. Stanton, a former XVildcat athlete and now a first-year law student, saw his charges run up a total of 958 points in winning 14 of the 16 games they played. Center Bill Reeves. the Ajo ace, paced the XVildkittens in individual scoring with 206 points. He was followed closely hy forward Louie Hopkins who scored 199 points over the 16-game route. Outstanding also was the play of guards Dean Xletz and Leon Goar, and forwards Bill O'Donald and Boh MacLean. Each of the starting five scored more than 100 points. During the season. the XVildkittens scored impressive victories over Davis-Nlonthan AFB. Eastern Arizona -IC, Phoenix College, Tempe Sun Imps and Chaifey ,IC of California, Davis-Nionthan and Phoenix College were the only teams able to heat the Kittens during the season. accomplishing the feat on their home floors. llll is if 1 l Freshman Basketball Team Bow 1: Allan Stanton Ccoachj. Cove Allen. Herschel Hooper, Robert Boltz, Leon Goar, Sain DL-Francesco finan- agcrl. Row 2: Bill Reeves, Marlin Benson, Lowell Brower, Keith Rcnken, Gene Baldwin, Bill O'Donald, Louis Hopkins, Bob McLean, Dean Metz. -142- W Q--f 2 spring sporfs l + baS9ball TN Fifteen returning lettermen answered Coach Frank San- cetls first call in February and around these veterans was built one of the finest baseball teams in the history of the University. Having excellent balance, the team was spearheaded by outstanding pitching and a rousing hitting attack. As proof of their hitting abilities, the v Cats averaged more than 15 runs per game over the X -16-game route. In his fifth year at the helm, Coach Sancet led his charges through an ambitious schedule. Included were series against such top-flight opposition as Sul Ross College, UCLA, Utah. Camp Pendleton, San Diego Naval Air Skyraiders. College of the Pacific. San Diego Marine Recruit Depot. Iowa, Davis-Xlonthan and Luke Air Force Bases and the San Diego Naval Training Center. Leading proponents of the withering long-ball hitting attack were sluggers Russ Cragg, Cus Stiles. Rudy Castro and Teddy Lazovich. :Xiding these four in giving opposing pitchers early showers were peppery Sam Zivkovich, Tommy Tellez, Hugh Nic-Nlullan and Lee Nlyers. Of these eight regulars, only Tellez and Nlyers were not returning lettermen. The bulk of the pitching duties was carried by Carl Thomas. Donnie Lee, Eddie Kloraga and Benny Rincon. Ace of the staff was the 6 ft. 5 in. Thomas. a righthander who combined hitting and pitching ability to be a one-man gang. Nloraga. the old "pro" of the staff. Lee and Rincon also turned in several fine performances for the Sancetmen. Eddie Aros, counted on by Sancet to spark the offensive attack, suffered a broken arm early in the season and was side- lined for most of the schedule. FRANK SANCET Vzlrsity Baseball CUIIF11 .,- 1' fi i K' ' no I-if ' . X R W- L vzp 4, gggg., --v .. il A V5 ft- 1 1 T 1 C ri k at I 1: Q f- 1 Q 5: .':"i It x-Q 'il U XX If ' 4 .. ,x ' 4 'SQ 2045! QA 2044? 335 ,iff ,TX 1 QA 2001 if 4320 ' fa r a - r Q, , - V . i .-- ' If C: x . Y . 2 K ' pk li- Vpqw Y 1 I Varsity Baseball Team Row 1: Clcn Fcstin. Sam Zivkovich, Eddie Moraga. Richard McAnally, Rudy Castro, Lee Myers, Hugh McMullan, Russ Gragg, Torn Tellez, Tom XVright. lay Coodford, jim Payne ibatboysy. Row 2: Terry Cox, Joel Valdez, Eddie Aros, Don Gile, Gus Stiles, Carl Thomas, Loren Oliver, Don Lee. Ernest Oostervccn, jack Davis, Gerald Rutledge. Row 3: Vince Pellerito, VValton Roberson finanagerslg Benny Rincon, jerry Tolle, Jack XYatson. Ralph johnson. Ilop Bachelier, Tommy Tomooka, Hadley Hicks, Frank Sancet Qcoachj. Not pictured: Dan Tickle, Bill Codd, Ted Lazovich, Dick Griesser, Tommy Grimes. -144- A quick throw nabs a Sul Ross runner as Russ Gragg takes the toss and looks for a possible double play at third. Donnie Lee is the Wildcat hurler. 5 no if Q ' X '31 K gn. , 5- .2 -Z ,... 'f2?fN...saur .. . ., xy, V . ,va ,. .,.-AW... . ..., , . 'gb R ,:".. . flfff -. ' , " I J'1':jg.ff1f-J" i'5ff"f.g?ff . 'E' it ' fx. - ' , , , 1' , Y 5 'fi o"- . Russ Gragg hurries back to first base after teammate Eddie Aros has Hop Bachelier gallops for home plate seconds before Sul Ross flown out. First baseman Ron Sizemore of Sul Ross awaits the catcher R, L. Patterson grabs the ball. Umpire Carroll calls the play. throw. N 1 i J f N W W L W RUSS GRAGG HUGH MCMULLAN HUDY CASTRO TOM XVRICHT Q First Base Third Base Flmrtstop Second Base X . ,.,t V i x J f' If 4' x 'X , 1 ' H, -" ' .-Q -. ' , I Q. A: , 1 A Al ", A fx" ,f , f 'an' - Q 4 h , f ral N, H ' 3 I-P, IU' H. . P, , ' ,SQ7 '-Q5 1-'.... Vi' . -1 . 4. ' A ' 'X A .4 ' 5.514 3 ' ' i A A3 . .v . g LYW.. .Yi-L nw" Ak'x lIWiiALET"'i bt' .fl W 1 early games The lllildcats opened baseball play in late February against Sul Ross College of Texas, a little school with a big baseball team. Veteran righthander Eddie Moraga pitched the opener and coasted to an 11-4 win thanks to timely hitting by his teammates. Although the Texans won the second game when Donnie Lee lost a heartbreaker due to a shaky support afield, Arizona was off and running to one of their finest records. In rapid succes- sion, the lVildcats walloped UCLA. Luke AFB, New Mexico A it Nl and Utah each twice and Davis-Xlonthan once in putting together a nine-game win streak. Utah. Skyline Conference champions, finally stopped the Cats, 12-4, on Xlarch 25. How- ever. Arizona took three of the four games in the Utah series. Following the Utah games, the lVildcats squeezed past Davis- Monthan AFB, 2-1, on Don Giles storybook ninth inning home run and split a two-game series with the tough Camp Pendleton Nlarines. Luke AFB then absorbed two more lickings at the hands of the Cats, and the lVyoming Cowboys received the same treatment in three straight games. QW a S. 'ss jmxt fvgwsf.-QQ W1-vga, Q Q xkxm ,fm 10 190- . Q' ,fy-' Inq - .1 4. A, ...-1.1k2,,.'avf , Y I ,' w , W- N... .av 'Supa .4,,3.xm if.M,'!lA?l- . A 1 fxhku in Aw.yni' ,,,.i .,...+. ?f. ::.:'.-z ' ,..-.e:e, ... N W -,.:w.lrw.v'.. Hugh McMullan Vllldcat third baseman beats out an infield hit Teddy Lazovich takes a throw from second baseman Tom Wright agamst Utah as first sacker Bill Price stretches for the ball for a putout on the Utah Redskin who dashes down the line ILDDIE AHO5 CUS STILE5 SAXT ZIVKOVICH HOP BACHELIER Uulfzelcl Outfulrl Cutclzer Pitcher .-fi Q f 5 Q, .. ,, VARSITY SEASON'S RECORD flncompletei Arizona ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,,..,,,.,.. 11 Sul Ross ,....,...,. ,...... 4 Arizona ,,A,,,, .,.. 2 Sul Ross .,,..,.. .,.A.,. 4 Arizona ....... ........ 1 2 UCLA .,....,, ....... 1 Arizona ,,,,,,, ..,..,,. 1 5 UCLA .,,...,.........,.,.......,..,,. 3 Arizona ,,,,,,, ........ 1 3 Luke AFB ,,,,..,, ,,,,.....,.,.... 0 Arizona ,,AAA,, ,..,.... 1 6 Luke AFB ........................ 3 Arizona ,...... ,...,,,. 1 6 Davis-Monthan AFB ,... 0 Arizona ,.,,4., ..,.,,A. 1 6 New Mexico ABLM ....,,,, 0 Arizona ,,AA,AA ,A,,AA,, 3 0 New Mexico AfSzM ,,,,,,,, 1 Arizona ....... ........ 1 0 Utah V Vv.VVVVVV,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4. 2 Arizona ....... .... 6 Utah -,------,--A ----------'------,--- 5 Arizona ,...... ..,. 4 Utah VV....,,,,..,,,,,,,-,-..,,-- --12 Arizona ..,.,., ........ 1 0 Utah -,.,, ,-AAA,,,,AAA,,,,,,,,AA,-,ff, 1 Arizona 4,AVAA, ,AA,,,,, 2 Davis-Monthan AFB .... 1 Arizona --,,,., zz,z,,,, 1 0 Camp Pend. Marines ,,.. 14 Arizona ..,.,.. ....,.1. 2 5 Camp Pend. Marines ,,,, 5 Arizona ,...1.. .,,. 7 Luke AFB ,,,-,-,,-.-,--,,----. -- 6 Arizona ,.,,,,, .,.. 9 Luke AFB A ,.,,, ,,,,,,......V. . 2 Arizona z,,Y,,, ,,,,,4,, 1 2 University of Wyoming 7 Arizona ......, ..,.,,,, 2 1 University of Wyoming 3 Arizona ....,., .... 7 University of Wyorning 0 Ai-izona .,,,,,, ,,,4 5 San Diego NAS ,i..,,,.,,,,,, 15 Arizona ,,,,,,i i,i,,,, 2 5 College of the Pacific.. 5 Arizona ,,,,.,, ,,,, 7 College of the Pacific.. 1 Arizona ,iz,,,, ,,,, 4 University of Iowa .,...,,. 3 Arizona ,,,,,,. ,,,r 2 University of Iowa .,,.,,,. 3 Arizona .r.,r.. ,... 6 University of Iowa .,,,,,,. 5 Arizona ....... ....,,.. 1 3 University of Iowa ,,,,,,,, 9 Arizona ,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 University of Iowa .,,,,... 5 Arizona ....,,. .r.., . . 1 University of Iowa ......,. 13 Arizona ,,,,,,, ..,.,r,i 1 5 Pepperdine College .r.r.... 4 Arizona ,,,,r., ,... 2 UCLA .,..,......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . .. 1 more action After the Naval Air Skyraiders had bombed the Cats 15-5, the College of the Pacific and Iowa lost consecutive series to the Sancetmen. The six-game Iowa series saw outstanding baseball played by both teams. Four of the games were decided by one run and two went 13 innings, Arizona winning both over-time affairs behind Carl Thomas. The XVildcats took four of the six games to win the series. A trip to the west coast during Easter vacation saw the Cats win games from Pepperdine, UCLA, San Diego State and the Naval Training Center, and lose one game to the Marine Recruit Depot. As the Wfildcats continued their winning form. they looked a good bet for this year's NCAA finals. Q1 Catcher Ron Drost of Wyoming puts the tag on Tommy Tomooka at the plate in a close play as Jack Davis, Arizona. catcher, waits his turn at bat. FRESHMAN SEASON'S RECORD 1 Incomplete 1 Arizona ............................ 6 Tucson High ...... ...... 8 Arizona ....... .... 1 Tucson High .................. 4 Arizona ....... 9 Davis-Monthan ............. .17 Arizona ....... .,.. 4 Tucson High ...,..... ...... 6 Arizona ........ .... 3 Davis-Monthan .... ......... 8 Arizona ....... .... 9 Phoenix College ,.,......... 6 Arizona ....... ....... 'I Phoenix College ............ 5 Arizona ....... ...,... 1 4 Nogales High ......... ...... 3 Arizona ...,.. . ..,, 6 Tucson High . ..,.. ............ L 1 h Arizona ....... .... 9 Tucson High ................,. 3 - M b Agfa Arizona .,.,... ....... 2 O Eastern Arizona JC........ 8 ....,.....ss.AsamQ-i.:. Arizona ....... ....r.. 1 4 Eastern Arizona J C..r 0 Russ Gragg, Arizona's top hitter, shows his fielding prowess as he Arizona -----A- --'--'- 1 3 Tucsol? Hlgh -'--'---------fff' 12 executes the splits for a putout on a swift Wyoming runner, Arizona ------' "" 2 Phoenix College '-'-----'--- 7 Arizona ....... ...,,.. 1 4 Phoenix College ...i..,..... 5 CARL THOMAS BENNY RINCON EDDIE MORAGA DON LEE Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher if A ' 1 ' 'S' " 'X 0 v "4 f' 5121714 f .Ir fr'-1-l L!l'.3..'X"LT- 4 T' , ,Y Y ffliff ses 3 li-51 l lgll - . tr A 4.7 COACH CARL COOPER Facing some of the finest track teams in the west, Coach Carl Cooperls thinclads compiled a record of which they can be proud. Eighteen returning lettermen formed the nucleus around which Cooper built his 1954 tracksters. Several newcomers also were prominent in their fine performancesI One of these newcomers, Mal Andrews, set a new school record in the broad jump with a leap against Southern California of 25 ft. 14 in. Andrews distinguished himself through the season with his jumps which took firsts against all NVildcat opponents. Other outstanding newcomers included Clarence Anderson in running events and Ed Lafferty. a pole-vaulter who soared higher than the school record in that event, Lafferty did not set a new school record, however, since his vault did not win first place. Lettermen who were outstanding during the season included Eino Jacobson, high scorer in the high jump and hurdling events, Cene Fuller and jack Parsons. Fuller and Parsons formed half of the XVildcats' winning mile relax' team. Another letterman, Dick Coutchie, was a consistent winner in the javelin throw. The XVildcats were no match for the powerful USC Trojans and lost a close match to UCLA. hut the Cats beat such formidable opposition as Brigham Young, San Diego State. California Poly and Colorado. Varsity Track Team Row 1: Eino jacohson, Art XVebstcr, john Shipp, Buddy Lewis, Richard Edwards, Ed Woods, Carl Cooper Ccoachj, Fred Schildmeyer, Ron Flora, Russ Runmcy, Bill Lawson, Cene Fuller, Dick Coutchie. Row 2: NValt Goodwin, Charles Lucky, Ken Pfenninger, Clarence Anderson, Ed Laffcrty, Bill McCormick, Ray Rose, Dick Sarrail, Clark Butts, Ion Engstrom, Al Michelbach, Stan Staich. Row 3: jim Casey fnianagerl, Rodger Nickolls, Bruce Sniitham, Dave Bartlett, Ed Lynch, Fred Nevins, Charles VVoods, Paul Hatcher, Earl Jackson, johnny Montgomery, Don Laidlow lmanagery. Not pictured: Mal Andrews, Brendon Flannery, Don Hauser, Hadley Hicks, Bill Kordsiemon, john Mills, Larry Monier, Jerry Nlurphy, jack Nc-rdrum, George Noon, ,lack Parsons, Bill Shoffner, Bob Vucurevich, - 148- Coach Carl Cooper unveiled his 1954 edition of the XVildcat thinclads in a dual meet against California Poly on March 13. The Cats won first place in nearly every event and swept to a 103-QS win over the Californians. The USC Trojans. one of the strongest track teams in the nation, were the opponents in the Cats, second meet and Arizona was no match for the Sons of Troy. Mal Andrews' record-breaking broad jump of 25 ft. 'Q in. was the only first the XVildcats won in the meet as they fell 11012 to 205. ln a three-Way meet at Los Angeles, the VVilclcats took the measure of Los Angeles State, 110-21. but were squeezed out by UCLA 70-61. Brigham Young and San Diego State became the next victims of the Cats in consecutive meets. The Cougars from Utah fell SG-45 and San Diego was beaten by an almost identical score of S5-46. Everybody's wearing overcoats, but Gene Fuller warms up to the subject as he wins in the half-mile run. Eino Jacobson dashes the last yard to victory after speeding over the high hurdles for a Wildcat win against Cal Poly. Mal Andrews begins a 23 ft 4 in leap against Cal Poly Later against USC, Mal Jumped 25 ft M in to break the state broad Jump record J I4 is-. ' . 'Y E. .MW CLARENCE ANDERSON Eixo VIACOBSON MEL ANDREXVS 4,111 Iliglz lzmip. Hzzrdhns Broad lump 1 Incomplete u 9 rl meet SE"SON'S RECORD Arizona 103 Cal Poly ,,.,.,,,,,.,. .. 28 . , H k , - , , ., , w- ,, . , Arizona 2015 USC, ,,,, , ,,,, ,...,,.110': Llldltlllfat rkncliison and EIHIIT blaiohsoigfltfcl thc Xl Hlcltnts to Arizona 110 LOS Angeles State YY.. 21 Q-1059 iz-08 uni ox ei the Lo 0lLlCO'Bll a nes. Ant eison too Arizona 61 UCLA H U K....,..,,KKAKK W 70 iirsts in the 220 and -1-Ill-yarcl Sprints and .lucohson put the Arizona 85 Brigham Young . , 45 victory on ice with u thrilling win in the 200-yard low hurdles Qljlzona ga? l3fg0 States --,- 46 CY6'lllI. Little YVhittie1' College ot California. with one of thc Alfzona 109 Vfh9g? 9 """"""'i"" I , .' . , H I V' I. V ll ,tl XVII- lizona 11611 V....... nations top mileis in lxuss Bonham. was cinshet ny ie 1 c Arlzona 96 New MEXICO ,..A,, 35 Cats, 109-22. The Poets ace ran the fastest nnle ever run in the state. In the renewal of qi long l'lY1lll'f', the YVilclc-:its roinpecl over New Mexico University. 96-35. Soaring through the air against USC, Ed Lafferty sets a new Arizona school record in the pole vault at 13 ft. 5k in. He later went 13 ft. 6 in. l '1 fin,- 3' Il A clean sweep and a new dual record is in the making by USC. Howard Bugbee fright! speeds to a win in the 220 in 21 seconds flat. Arizona runners are Bill McCormick, Ray Rose and Dick Sarrail. ED LAFFERTY FRED SCHILDMEYER Pole Vault 9 Discus BILL XIUCOHKIICK RICHARD SAHRAII. I UU I U fl ' - ...e 1 f , . 1 H . 'fTF?' L'm5 i21 ' if i . 1 " ' ' f , , in . , "!0l 1 . 612 Ui' tennis . XVith Bill Crary. whip-serving rac- quet man, acting as the squads number one man, the University tennis men again hone to wrap up another Border Conference crown. M.. The players have won the title sev- en out of the last eight years and appear to have enough strength to pull through again. Huck Fenn. El- lis Bryant and Phil Malinsky along with Crary have been the squacl's outstanding performers in 1954. -xfl N V L47 I QA , A 'O w O - I1 WT C. Z. LEsHER Vurtrify Tennis COKICII fwww r.,:. Y. -X . C. i sail- Veteran Bill Crary lashes a serve across the net as Clarence Unky Sundt gets set to return teammate Ellis Fenn moves in for the return shot in doubles competition. Bryantfs volley in a pre-game warmup. N i SEASON'S RECORD X lII1C01T1plGtCl Arizona ............ 9 Wyoming Arizona ....,....... 6 Wyoming Arizona ...,,..,,,., 0 USC ......,,. Arizona ..,..,.,..., 0 UCLA ..... Arizona ............ 2 Redlands Varsity Tennis Team Row 1: Don McKenna, Bill Perry, Neal Kurn, George Van Hecke. Row 2: Phil Malinsky, Bill Crary, Ellis Bryant, Howard Ryan, Unky Sundt, Clarence Fenn, C. Z. Lesher Ccoachl. - 151 - 7 ' , Y lzbif? YQ. . -i?'ri1'! I A . 45' A Q A ' W: ,ff ff CHARLES OTT ' rxify SlL'il7lII1.'ll,Lf Cmzrli --4, 9- -W ' Y x : pl?-3""U' -....-.gh ., - '--I '- Y ""T', i is , . it .e w?KaiQq.:s i2,QfI..-.iv W ' s M -4.2. 'i ,M-A . "Psst! You in the first lane! The other are going in the opposite direction." ,. . gl-W5 9? .Qx 4 X Vjfbfx- ,,..A, ...,,-,f fa-5-fv A ming H Coach Charles Ott's swimming team stroked to thc unofficial Border Con- ference championship this year. The Wildcats defeated Texas Tech in two matches for the crown, winning 63-21 and 59-25. Leaders on the swimming team were Don Funk and Marty Fer- rell in the 220-yard and 50-yard free- style and jerry Young in diving. Since the first year of Border swimming he- gan in 1946, the swimmers have taken five offiiial championships, and four unofficial titles. 0 - cv ,nts i ' , 6, I ,.-M " ., -W-,. . -"'1'f a ...M .,..' 1 1 li ""' 'W Arizona's Gordy Madrall watches the last Texas Tech swim- mer dive off in the final leg of a relay race. K SEASONS RECORD Arizona ,, 31 Compton , , 53 Arizona , 30 UCLA ,, . , 54 Arizona , 54 Tucson YMCA 30 Arizona ..,,, .,.. 6 3 Texas Tech 21 Arizona ., ,, 59 Texas Tech ., ,, 25 Arizona , 32 Cal Poly . ,, ,, , 52 Arizona , , ., Z5 San Jose States., 59 Arizona 11 Occidental , ,, N42 ,. Fullerton .. ,,,,. 56 Auzona """" 19 livin san Antonio. 16 Arizona ..,.,... 23 UCLA ,, 51 Varsity Swimming Team Row l: Preston Harrington, Paul Kcrshncr, Gordon Modrall, Larry Ruch, john Barr, Ted McDaniels Row 2: Phil Monier, Don Funk, Ned Thompson, Marty Farrell, E. A. Harkins, Frank Day, Bob Chris topher, Charles Ott fcoachl. 4 I l l l l oli l , M l l fff Arizona's golf team, under the lead- L" ership of Coach Fred Enke, played Vw' Q one of their largest schedules in many " " 4 fr years. The squad was paced by num- " ber one man Don VVatson. Other ' ranking linksmen were Bill Crowe. jack Conrad and Al Starr. Included again this year on the golfing slate " ' was a trip to the West coast with the baseball and swimming squads. I vi 'Q M A .--f V ' ,,.- W.,,,.. A NX FRED ENKE Varsity Golf Couch 9 , if 'FW if ' N . " .42 1 y,,..,,.,,, A - ' '..,,, ima-uw ,. ,I 'NVQ' in L A A A Z .,,, ..:,, H , I v U , ' , PARA , , Bill Crowe lofts the ball down the fairway as Al Starr Jack Braddock chalks up a drive to the green and Jack Conrad Wait with two opponents from Phoenix while Val DeSanta waits his turn to shoot. College. Varsity Golf Team low 1: Fred Enke Ccoachj, Bill Crowe, Al Starr, Val De-Santa. Row 2: Jack Conrad, Don VVatson. Not pictured: Bill Brazell. - 153 - , Yr, 5 gf, l itll Jack Braddock, Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona SEASON'S RECORD 1 Incomplete P ....,.l7 7V 35 1135 14, New Mexico AfScM.. 1 Phoenix College ,,,. 7 New Mexico A8aM,. 1 New Mexico A8cM.. 0 ASC Tempe .....,.,.... 9 Phoenix College ..,. 10115 Naval Air Station..231'Q Naval Air Station..25 Nav. Train. Center 622 Nav. Train. Center '7 Loyola ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22 Cal Tech ..,..,....,.,.,. 21 Nav. T1'ain. Center 7 San Diego Marines 626 Naval Air Station.,14l6 Nav. Train. Center 456 rninof SP0'l5 -' el Dr. XVeslev Huff again guided a success- Q 7" S " ful minor sports program as Bud Silver f and Ben Oakley represented Arizona in the Pacific Coast YVeightlifting Meet and Q won third and fourth places, respectively, as 3 in each event they entered. jesus Bico , A- won laurels as the states' top AAU Wres- 'Q tler in the 167-pound class. Advanced 7 -JI gymnastics letters Went to Nlal Andrews, 4 Cordon Modrall and Dave Thornburg. On the fencing squad. Al Rlarshick and Bruce Burch were announced as top per- -...,,,N Q tormers. X WESLEY RUFF Couch Wvrestling Team h I Weightlifting Team Dick XVheeler. john Yaryan. Bill Gorham, Toni Dulin, Ed l-lakstafi. Not Ron' 1: Charles Laos, Stuart Cruchik, Vilayne Kussrow. Row 2: Arnold pictured: jesus liieo, Buddy Lewis. Ray Ecklund. Art Dempsey. Marx, Perry Peters, Bud Silver. Not pictured: Ben Oakley. I vs- ww' ."Y."P' W i is 'xmrspw'-1-V ig 54"- L ff 4- .7' R A ,v , f A-a , , ,....., A,---we W J 1 if . 1 22 l if Fencing Team Gymnastics Team Bill Bingham, Hillary Sandoval, Bruce Burch, Al Marshick, Irving Kip Row 1: Dr. XVesley Buff Ccoaehj, Gene Schrepple, Don Albright, Mal Andrews, Terry XVheeler, Cliff Shirk, Nimer Ganem, VVarren Brown, nis tcoachl. David Cinter, Bob Franklin. Row 2: Frank Kennedy, Bob Gemmell, jim Berry, Dave Thornburg, jim Monty. Gordon Modrall, Barry Schut- tler, Don Chiappetti, George Bates, Dave Kennedy. Row 3: Richard Dvke, Bob Bloomer, James Nelson, John Mills, Ron Sehlichtemeier, Bill Norman, Al Starr, Lowell Fathera. -154- Z intramural sporfs -155- emenl 5 -X ,. , , lp D A . E? It '53 1 A 1' H x. -..,, if gf E in V li l i L KEN COOPXYOOD Illfl'llHHll'IlIS Siutlent illtlllllgfl' BOB SYOB Izitnlnilzmlx .lf!lI1llJ.fCl' Under the direction of Bob Syob and student manager Kenny Coopwood, the intramural program at the University again proved to he one of the ,Q most well coordinated systems of its kind. Twenty-eight organizations U entered teams in the progranrs 17 offered events. Delta Chi battled to the top early in the year and stayed there to cop the intramural banner. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sigma Chi and Phi Gamma Delta battled it out i ' ' - " " Com Jetition Was divided into for second, third and iouith place hoaois. 1 three groups: major, minor and individual sports. 5 ,QR mix , , 'X 'f U i ..,..a up N 15 2 . I Intramural Managers Bow 1: George Sypher, Pi Kappa Phig Phil Ivcrsen, Phi Kappa: Bruce Morrison, ZBTg Sid Payne, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row 2: Bill Fulkcrson. SAEg Boh Shoaf. Theta Chig jim Spagon, Acacia. Row 3: Dick Kennedy, Kappa Alphag Larry Doyle, Pi Kap- pa Alphag It-ff Ilardin. Delta Sigma Phig Dick Crit-sser, Phi Delta Thetag Phil Monier, Delta Chi. Not pictured: G. M. Springler. Papago: J' E. Carher. Aggie lions:-g Dick Murphy, Sigma Epsillong john Mure, Newman Cluhg Fred Schact, Phi Kappa Psig Bill Crowe. Kappa Sigma: Charles Haymore. LDSg Buddy Davison, Hopig Loren Oliver, Sigma Chig Ralph Peterson, Phi Gamma ' ' - " -4 K -'tl Taylor. Sigma Nug Ramon Lomeli, Arzionag Larry Brown, Navajog Bill Pitts, Barhsg Mike Sutin, Dt-ltaq Dale Alltn. Cothist, Ll i Tau Delta Phig Tom Xvfijlllf, East Stadilnng Don Laldlow, ATO. -- 156 - eww ,f. Af xA l baseball 1 x Don Swaine hooks the bag with his left foot in a hard slide as Tom Clark- son tries to put the ball on him for an out in intramural baseball action. Intramural Golf Winner Bill Crowe, Kappa Sigma O X. Barbs Champion Intramural Baseball Team Row 1: Bill Pitts. Tom Tomooku, Glenn Festin, Mickey Mota. Row 2: Don Swaine. Terry Cyger, Lee Myers, Donnie Lee. Ralph johnson. IF swimming 'Shy Splash! They're off! Another intramural swimming race is Delta Chi Champion Swimming Team Undefway- Tom Van Atta, Tom Stack, Gary Vance, jim Brower. Not pictured: Larry Monier, Frank Vuchella, Paul Simmons. -157- basketball Dick VVheeler, Kappa Sig, steamrolls under the basket as Sigma Chi Bob Black, Jerry Tolle and Loren Oliver converge on the rebound. Siga Chi Champion Basketball Team How 1: Bolw Black. It-rry Tulle. Row 12: Roy Brown, Loren Oliver, Perry Lciln-11 Marty Farrell streaks odwn the middle to take the fall '75-yard dash in 8.0 for the Delta Chis. Behind him, left to right, are Russ Gragg. Sigma Chi, fifth: Dick Sarrail, Navajo, thirdg Bill Kordsemon, Phi Delta Theta, second, and Ken Pfenninger, Navajo, fourth. tall spring track track Q J I 4 5 1 f 4 X W E ll , Navajo Hall Champion Fall Track Team Kappa Sigma Champion Spring Track Team Kneeling: Dau- Klum-Gregor. Standing: lien Pfcnningcr, Mal Row lg Clark Butts, Herb XVolfe, Nilo Larriva, George Noon. ROW Andrews. Bruce Smitlmm. Dick Sltrruil. 2: Dick Surruil, Bob Holmes, Dave Hurley, Gene Baldwin, Tom Salyer, Max Prestriclge. - 158 - flag football Wiatr.-a Sal Campagna crouches over the ball as the 'Q W' Delta Chi's prepare to launch an offensive at- tack against the SAE's in the championship game of intramural flag football. Delta Chi Champion Flag Football Team Row 1: Dave Reise, Ned Thompson, Gary Vance, Sid Kain, Jerry Rutledge, Don Cross-Country Winner Funk, Phil Monier. Row 2: Marty Farrell, Balclo Lutich, Ierry Ford. Row 3: lack Clark Butts, Kappa Sigrna Turner, Barry Estes, Frank Buehella, Sal Campagna. Torn Van Atta, Terry Cox, Ken Coopwood, Frank Stiller. cross country 5 L 4 l e 5 t 1 L ' J X- 195 "" hr. '.1.:ff.:' " V hui i r.. vig 5 Z weft., Q K '-" ' t K' 'Sr 2 3 ,s e1-2 IFI -- S Q r V 1 I M, , ,:1. 3 SK! A . .. , ., .. S-M, -1. rg . A 1 S 3 L i ,fx 'Q 'f if if Q 4 : .:E:, ,g . .G 1555 2: -,-. 1. 33 fi 1 V - . ff- 'W' ' - ' . tt es ae , A.. .ar i "Gasp! Ugh! Wheeze!" The annual three1 mile cross-country run is ISA Champion Cross-Country Team Off and befme it Was UVCI' ma-HY entrants Were literally biting the Row 1: Bob Bennett Ron Flora. Row 2: lValt Goodwin Gene Fuller dust with exhaustion. Bruce Smithain, Rocflger Nicholls. 1 - 159 - X E f 'X I-4 volleyball A Sig Alph goes high above the net to spike back a Sal Campagna slam in the championship volleyball game with the Delta Chi. horseslwoes softball Delta Chi Champion Volleyball Team Row 1: Ken Cmmpwoncl, Paul Simmons, Bulclo Luticli, Mickey Bcrmtein. Huw 2: jerry Nlurpliy, Kictlm Nlt't'll2ll'l, Sul Cum- pngnu, -lim B1'UXVL'I'. . g 'M ' gs , xl is Intramural Horseshoes Winners XVQ-lub Goodman and Lowell Decker, LDS. doubles: Ernest Retrum, Delta Sigma Phi, singles. t f ' V 5' X l ff .W 1' id, l , NNN . A 1 , . A " 'S 6-4 S, ffl,-qfg.-:li . "A - im"6T'..',, ' V , h A: ' ""' - " 4, 4, - Shortstop Sid Davis tosses to second baseman Travis Wofford to Bill Hancock streaks for first base as first sacker Bob Groninger start a double play as Delta Chi Bill Hancock hits the dirt at the stretches for a toss for the putout in intramural softball action. Keystone sack. - 160 - wrestling s L ' f 'm ' is ,fp in I - M ,,k...,, E ,,.- t .,.,, A,,A .W - - P- ' , iff? i " v A J . fa Vi 1 I C i Q . Q 3 Bill Lawson attempts to grind Frank Stiller's nose into the mat as 'C ff 1 U w he wins the intramural 147-pound wrestling championship. ' 1- 2 2. .J Q fp M al 'ffl Y. I, . 1. Q 2 s ,. ' 2 '.An, -5 5 A S M f '3 ' ff n L 'ii f fwyxwh ig in . Intramural Wrestling Champs Row 1: Ceorgv Nunn, Kappa Sig. ITT lbs.. Toni Corhain, ATO. 157 lhs. Pat Lopez. Newiiimi Clulm. 191 lhs. Row 2: jim Shea. Sigma Chi. 137 lbs. 5 Mike XVeux'e1'. Phi Ginn. 167 llis.g Daive Thornlynrg, Delta Chi. 130 llms i h ' i a handball Intramural Handball Winners Paul Simmons and Ken Coopwood. Delta Chi. . doubles. Not pictured: Sal Canipagna. Delta Chi. t gymnas lcs He sails through the air with the greatest of ease - Jim Monty, Intramural Gymnastics Winners Navajo, exhibits his Skill 011 the rings. Dave Thornburg, Delta Chi. parallel bar. free ext-mise, lnuid balancing: Cliff Shirk. Barbs, tumbling. trampoline. huncl lxilanuingg .lim Monty. Navajo. rope Climb. siclc horse, flying rings. Ed Voss, Phi Ganima Delta. horizontal har. -161- l s 4 tennis -Q un' B - ' -mx i Neal Kurn opens the championship match between the Zebes and QQ, ,w ' ' I ,. . rv ri the big Alphs. A f 2 Q 3 , 1 X , rw:-.:-ggi if'fr'Xfs ' . --. f vi 2 I , - 'f . z- ki'-v -,. - ' " Q Z 5-' A 9, ygif l Y- Q + 19,44 + f + l ' Q 35: -nf ' f' ' 'T " X , i. + f 4 " " f ' wr -4 4 V . J, i Q e- ' V 5 l 1 'jj " "' i '+- L + A f f 1 + +- is ., , T4 rv ' f tri t ' f if "W" - . 1- , i, , , . ,, I . . . . i, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Champion Tenms Team Him' 1: llim'ii1'ci liyxin. limi 2: Ilintt Xilirfi. Dvi'c'ck Ciisuciy. Bill Pi-i'i'y'. pi fg,-.R ,fig Q1 .X- table tennis badminton f'i:f2'Wt 'f'7'xe:ffri. :manga Kaul: ' i38UisgH.IlIblll4u w, rwwfrszrnfi ,Hwll?:g!Eil Q ,N ,fi aw,,3wa5Qmggs0v0. 3:1 'Wafer-aigufwwuuig ,1 i ill I ::u,Pnn:::::: 'I it gli!! ' .1 Q Pwug:uumllIlg,ff'i4Y"' i ,WHEN "Urn-gl' YQ aug 4 X if ig - EJ Q is it Table Tennis Winners Monte Kuiwy ivciitc-i'J, Tan Dcltii Plii, singles. Hncldy Cli'isL-win and Paul Sinnnons. Delhi Clii. iilllliJit'i. Dick McCaslin, SAE. sets to return the birdie hit over the net by Doubles play in intramural badminton action features Delta Chi's Delta Chi Kieth Meehan. twosome Kieth Meenan and Paul Simmons. -162- fx 2 :"WC I 4' 1 X YW X Q X 0 , , A 3 4' Wx . A S N W W . omen sporfs f f wil? PAT SI IEEHAX XVAA Prcsirlenf l XVhatever a girls sporting interest - the intramural program of the XVomen,s Athletic Association is sure to cover it. Archery. badminton, basketball, bowling, dancing, golf, hockey, minor sports, softball, speedball, swimming, tennis and i 7 volleyball are included in the year-round activities. Trophies go to the In 4 winners in both individual and group competition. WAA president Pat Sheehan Ae? heads the executive board of officers and sports leaders. The board, plus spon- mqw sors from the Physical Education Department, run the activity program. Coeds find? win membership in XVAA by earning 100 points for participation in practices, E. j tournaments and special projects. Outstanding sportswomen win "Av sweaters with 1,000 points, the coveted blanket with 2,000 points. fix , "3 .WI 'ir N "" x ' . , fo J WQI1 Q, xii 3 I Wave. WAA Board lzgiiss 5-velyn Jensen, Diane Shaw, Mary Jean McGregor, Pat Sheehan, Jane Prickett, Mary Ann Lawrason. Row 2- lr ' ' " ' ey ump ey, joan Hedrick, Diane Salmon, Dorothy Sheaffer, jane Agee, Beverly Iulpatrick. Row 3: Dorothy Oliver, Dorol thy Burkhart, Pat Anderson, Joyce Ballard, jeri Denslow, Ginny Martin, Bobbie McLernon, Rosalie Wong. - 164- outstanding portswoman A lefthand hook shot and Mary Ann puts two in the basket for the Chi O team. MARY ANN LAKYHASON Good sportsmanship, all-around participation in sports, and service to XVAA won for Mary Ann Lawrason the title of Outstanding Sports- woman of 1953-54. Mary Ann, from Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., has in her four years at UA been active in all WAA sports. earning her "A" sweater, and the coveted blanket for 2,000 points. She has served on the WAA board for two years as vice-president and swimming sports leader. Swimming is Mary Annis favorite sport. Being a member of Mermaids she has annually participated in the Aquacade, and is well known for her exhibitions of clown diving. Mary Ann rates field hockey and volleyball as her favorite team sports, and has helped bring honors to her sorority, Chi Omega, in these fields. Being a ski enthusiast, itis not uncommon to find her making Week-end trips to Mt. Lemmon. After graduation, Mary Ann plans to teach-you guessed it-physical education. A golfing enthusiast . . . . . . her favorite is swimming . . . . . . with hockey a close second. -165- swimming Kappa Alpha Theta Champion Swimming Team limi' 1: Sally Em-lc, Gissy Cecil. Celeste Pom-ll, Bev liilpatliulc, Shelley llc-atli, Barlwic Nlitclnfll, Ginny lJxlllll7t'l'Q. How 2: ,Indy H1llllJPlll'lCllllCX'. Gwen XVil- liams. Carol Cleminson, Gail XYilliams, Marian V1-lilc. Barbara Blom. Sue llnntvr. Gwen Best. Carol Carney. Dana Yiclmer. Lincla Biorkluncl, Ian Fulir- man. Pat Finn, Ginny Xlartin. No talent here-just dripping speed for the soggy mermaids who win, place and show in the swim meet's novelty race. volleyball ' 1 N ! l Q , Chi Omega Champion Volleyball Team Irifm' ln Xlary Ann L.iwrasm'l. blanc lJ1'ic-lu-tt. Gail BL'lhlllt'yC'I', Connie Alkirc, Nlary llmmwn. limi' 2: Pat Xia-l'1'alx, Marion Xlcsparrun, Mary ju Downing, Nat Vincent. -166- Maybe it won't be a spike but it's got the independents up in arms as a member of the champion Chi Omega team returns the ball. Liz Hunt tries to add two points for the Tri Delts as Shirley Humphrey guards. Pat Tower 155 waits for the rebound. The Independents came out on top. basketbau Independents Champion Basketball Team Row 1: Dorothy Sheaffer, Karen Helms, Shirley Humphrey, Shirley Rocker, Sue Lash. Row 2: Diane Shaw, Aviva Kamin, Ethel Rollo, Gail Mowen, Pat Tower. Chi Omega Charlotte Burress and Independent Dorothy Sheaffer race for the ball in the final game of the WAA hockey tournament. Chi 0 Anne Lowe 1353 follows. hockey Independents Champion Hockey Team Row 1: Dorothy Sheaffer, Shirley Humphrey, Norma jean Don, Sue Lash. Row 2: Charlotte Jewell, Bobbie Covarrubias, Diane Shaw, Aviva Kamin, Karen Helms, Robin Randolph, Susan Green. - 167 - bowling Six WAA bowling enthusiasts get set to roll at Speedway lanes - Lois Hum- phrey, Nancy Lee, Pat Loose, Bev Peterson, Pat Willis and Rosilie Wong. ..,.,,.l1w3 Ye J , 1 -:z 1 f f ,- . ls, Delta Gamma Champion Fall Bowling Team How 1: Susie Ditzler, Carol Tieclmun. Row 2: Nancy Munson, HQ-lou Haxton. softball ix N, .uh. 4-4 i- ' No work for catcher Nettie Kessler as her Chi Omega sorority sister Connie Alkire gets hold of the ball in a practice session. -168- ' .1 K ,mp . ,,, "Next time I'll wear shoes." Janice Fishburn, Yuma Hall is about to tag runner Jane Alderman, Chi Omega. Nancy Dwyer Cleftj won the WAA fall singles cham- pionship from Mary Kay Morris. tennis Tw ,L....l...,A Pi Beta Phi team members, winners of the intergroup doubles tournament, warm up before their matches. Judy Armstrong and Julie Knott oppose Judy Howe and Jane Howsare. speedball Helen Maloof is ready for anything her opponent, Irma Evans, can kick up. Nancy Ertle runs in to assist. EF Chi Omega Champion Speedball Team Row 1: Nancy Ertle, Connie Alkire, Helen Maloof, Linda Browning, Iane Prickett Row 2: Nancy Io Wilson, Cathy Carnes, Joan Beecl, Carol Bartlett, joan Weyand Peggy Lindstrom, Nancy Roy. -169- archery ,tn . Aiming for the bull's eye-and maybe even the fences-are Dorothy Oliver and Ardys Bennett, entrants in the WAA archery tournament. Individual Archery Winners Ardys Bennett, intermediatcg Dorothy Oliver, advanced Helen DcCellcs, beginners. golf 0' 'Fore!" Watching Annette Ridley get set to drive are Joan Price, Nancy Lund- strom and Marygrace Colby. - 170 - , , Women's Fall Open Winner Nancy Lundstrom A .. Behind the 8-ball is Ethel Rollo, who came out sec- ond-best behind her watchful opponent Wilma Hug- get, winner of the WAA pool tournament. dancing minor sports Marianne Hertel, Carole Guy, Mickey Fuller and Rosalie Parkman volley for serve in the deciding match of the ping-pong tourney. Marianne and Carole came out on top. Miss Anne Natonek prepares her ballerinas of the future in a WAA dance practice. badminton The birdie gets slammed by Shirley Humphrey. Her partner, Marianne Hertel, won the WAA badminton tournament. -171- ssociaugions . ff" "-Q Ili' A Q qi' Af.fy,?f' X b. A ibn. 1 Y' I x 1,4-jf P rt f . R527 EV' SUME QU M ANU wx WE W gm - ' ,N wg MO ag-'f' ' Ni ,J 1.1 3-1 sororifies Q .1 rffpfgzsf ? , ' , B . , xi: A W PI. Y 5 , gg, ,Q , r lj f i ,A '-This I like!" Houseboy Dick Murphy enjoys the double it ' f ' ? service he gets from Megan DeCamp and Niki Fisher e 3 , .9 during Turnabout VVeek. I2 'i 'Q , 4 ei? A s -K "Nf,..-- Hx Beta Lambda Chapter House 1050 North Cherry Avenue --1 31 'F' 1-T 'S lv s, I. v 1 'ix wif -af! '63 'fir' YF? f- ,fi- Nlarilyn Adams Ruth Agard Donnalcc Barley Mary' Ann Beiser Mercedes Boss Nancy Bramkamp Mary Brown Beverly Buck Barbara Castle Nlary Coleman ,loan Coppo loyce Cortner Celeste Couture Megan DeCan'np Marilyn Adams, Beiser, Anne Peel scrapbook. p,4.s3l...9L,......v' tiiiifffa ff 1-J' vfvl falniv-f1u7'f,.. gm F ' 3 3 f 4:9 Sf 1 3 5 3 Tiiwvf 2'fw5i2,4- Jivlini' 2' 3 93,6 4 f s , -v gf S r .551 , . .,, 4..kir,q if ,Mg are ,Hi ,,, Wifi LQ, QQ- Q- ,Ja lx .sv Q4- ' - " Mary Brown, Colleen Kearns, Mary Ann and Marlowe Delphey look over the A Chi O .D1 The Alpha Chi houseboys were treated royally during Turnabout YVeek . . . were waited upon and even had their cars Washed . . . but at other times of the year they were open to ambush by water pistols ...i A large white swan floated down the street during Homecoming, driven by Alpha Chi's to the theme "Glide On to Victory" . . . Gloria .Ianisch was featured in the Kitty Kat as Kitten of the Xlonth . . . Mary Brown won the title of Sun Bowl Princess. . . Nancy Nelson was crowned Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Their lively housemother decided' it was time something should be done about the boys who continually turned off the lights . . . so she chased them down the street one night . . . On the annual Hera Day, the sorority entertained the children at the Arizona Children's Home . . . Mary Ann Beiser VVO1't' the uniform of Spurs . . . Eileen Dick won place in Zeta Phi Eta, National Collegiate Players and Phi Kappa Phi . . . Marietta Staples and Hilda Baldwin took to the water as Mermaids . . . Page Cray was a long-time Or- chesis member . . . Queen Saranna Hill reigned over the IFPC dance . . . Joanne Bevan was an attendant to ATO Sweetheart . . . Barbara Noble, secretary of Advertising and Marketing Club. 176 - Marlowe Delphey Darlene Denton Eileen Dick Delight Doner Patricia Donovan Dorothy Cagnier Niki Fisher Nancy Goddard Page Cray Iane Cuiton Saranna Hill Patricia Huber Cloria janisch Margaret Knudsen Marilyn Lardie Marilyn Larson ALPHA CHI OMEGA DePauw University, 1885 96 Chapters Beta Lambda, 1930 56 Members President ..............v ....,,.,,... N lkl Fisher Vice-President .,.,,,....,............. ........ IN lary Coleman Corresponding Secretary ....,.........,... Marilyn Adams Recording Secretary ,.,..,oi,,,.,,.,,.,. Lou Ella Steninger Treasurer .....................,. ..,...... B larletta Staples AXE? iff 'MB' Q vw-.., Nancy Lundstrom Kay Martin Mary McCanne Kay Meyers Lynn Miller Nancy Nelson Barbara Noble Suzanne N utiing Iacqueline Orr Gail Overpeck Marty Parker Ann Peel Barbara Porter Nancy Rau Marian Renetzky Judy Rowe Sally Scoville Dorothy Simonson Dorothy Sorensen Marletta Staples Lou Steninger Valerie Stewart Dianne Teague Mary K. Venberg -1W- l I QN ,If 1 Getting ready to settle down in their new house are Sheila Hal- pert, Mel Bellman, Isabel Feldman and Patty Seff. Alpha Lambda Chapter House, 1071 North Mountain Avenue. ESE Barbara Agron Melvina Bcllman Ann Louise C Lori Olshansky Joy Peerce Ann Pessin ALPHA EPSILON PHI Barnard College, 1909 38 chapters Alpha Lambda Qreorganizedj, 1952 22 members President .A..,,,,,,,.,, ...,,,,.... D 011118 Stine Vice-President .,...... A.,,.. S heila Halpert Secretary .,...,,..,.... .,e..,,.,.,...w. A llll Pessin Treasurel ',..,, ,..,,.. IX lelvina Bellmau -178- Nxs, , ,. 0, A bridge game that makes all four players happy? Gerry Caggiano, Isabel Feldman, Seymour Goldstein and Sheila Halpert enjoy this one in the new A E Phi house. trilyn Davison Isabel Feldman Ellen Fetterman Sue Green Carol Greenberg Sheila Halpert Lois Kerns Lois Mandel in Reisz Diane Rosenbiatt Elise Rosenblum Esther Sacherson Patricia Seff Cyrille Silbcrman Donna Stinc Ellen Topper After a semester of meetings in the Student Union, the A E Phi's joyfuliy moved into a house of their own between semesters . . . The painters almost moved in, too, with the eight new residents . . . worked all day for six weeks after the house opened . . . VVithout a cook for a month, the girls frequented the Desert Shack . . . Donna Stine was elected as a member of National Collegiate Players for her work in the drama department . . . Sue Green was attendant to the Tau Delta Phi Snow Queen at their snow party on Mt. Lemmon . . . A huge Wildcat shook salt and pepper shakers into the pot on their Homecoming float to the theme of "Season to XVinv . . . Diane Pxosenblatt headed the business office staff of the Desert . . . The Varsity Show skit was planned with next-door neighbors, the Pi Kappa Alphas . . . Isabel Feldman's dates enjoyed going into cahoots With the other girls by trying to make her late so she couldnit enforce closing hours on time . . . Sheila Halpert. Esther Sacherson and Anne Pessin were attendants to the Hillel Foundation queen of the year . . . Hillel officers were Anne Pessin, representative-at-large . . . Sheila Halpert. corresponding secretary . . . Pat Seff and Ioan Reisz, food committee chairmen . . . Esther Sacherson, pub- licity chairman . . . Elise Rosenblum, Cyrille Silberman and Mel Bellman, journal- ism students, Wrote for the Wildcat. -179- A big white octopus on the front lawn stretched out its arms with the invit- ing greeting, i'YVe XVelcome You XVith Open Arms. Mom and Dad" . . . sea weed and fauna draped on the house completed the house decorations on Mom and Dads Day . . . Their float carried a large pair of red toe shoes, a glistening white tiara, three ballerinas and the slogan, K'NVe,re on Our Toes, Kansas" . . . took second in the womens beauty division . . . Members in honoraries were Alice Leyland. Spurs . . . Pat Anderson, FST . . . Mary Stagner, president of Mortar Board .... A lice, Pat, Penny Block, Pam Hall and Ardis Bennett were Mermaids . . . Raclare Cordis was the only girl taken into the engineering honorary . . . Mary Stagner was named to lVho's XVho . . . Pat Sheehan was XVAA president . . . Pat Anderson served as NV.-XA business manager . . . julie Hodge was an attendant to the Rodeo Queen ...A X tea was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rush H. Kress, who donated the famous Kress art collection to the University . . . Marilyn Leopold was a news editor for the VVildcat . . . Margaret Clampitt, society editor first semester . . . Liz McKay took the job over second semester . . . Margaret served as president of VVomen's Press Club . . . The Phi's became - flappers in their Varsity Night skit "Strictly Coedn . . . Sage Fletcher was Pledges Ann Carlson, Nat Fuldner and Ann Miller scurry to give the fish pond its annual cleaning as active Lynn Van- dercook wields the paddle. Phi's bid farewell to 20 graduating seniors. -lane Adamson Pat Ahearn Pat Anderson Phoebe Andrews Ronny Baker Sandra Barret Ardys Bennett Mary Browne Indy Burgess Margaret Clalnpitt Sue Cohoe Diane Cooper Cvulianne Cooper Raelare Cordis Indy Drew Janet Elsfelder Ellen Ericsson Sage Fletcher Sue French Nat Fuldner Ann Callaspy Cynthia Haldeinan Pain Ilall Mary Ann Harnies Iulie Hodge Nancy Hoffman Cherry lines Bev Johnson Clela Kay Marilyn Leopold Aliee Leyland -Iereth Long Mary Ann Manker lean Matthews Aroline May a charter member of UA's chapter of the national sociology honorary, Alpha Kappa Delta, installed this spring . . . A new idea was introduced in the University Sing when the Alpha Phi's joined the ATO's in song . . The Penny Bloch Margaret Cram Mary Gunn ,lanna-Neen johnson Lois Me-Cartney - 180- Beta Epsilon Chapter House, 1339 East First Street F fs 1 5 5 Gail ML-Intosh Liz Nlcliuy Georgia Mchlillun Ann Miller Carole Miller Cecelia Nitchy Shirley Odom Kit O'Crady Skiz Pool Blargielee Scallan ,lean Schinieder -lane Sehwerin Pat Sheehan Mary Stagner Caryl Stuhrherg Ellen Uhli Lynn Vanclercooli Kay Van Sant -Ian Vaughn Ioan Volckhuusen fc' A 'ST 6' 6 S ff Vx 'ul Q- "" 1151 ....-we e ff .5 img gg Caught in the act! Jan Elsfelder, Jane Adamson and all other costumed Phi's hollowed out pumpkins at the Halloween party. ALPHA PHI Syracuse University, 1372 54 Chapters Beta Epsilon, 1926 TO Nlembers Mm-ian Webb President .......,,......... Caryl Ann Stuhrberg Vice-President ...,,,...,,. Klury Frances Pool Secretary ,,,, ,i,, ,,i.,..,,, , , Nlklfy Gunn Treasurer ,.,.,,, ...,,.. K ay Van Sant -181- Clairc- Aitlienhead Cynthia Birt Eliz. Bridgwater Nancy Browning -lanice Burnson Carol Carter Sylvia Conelly Laurel Couzens Barbara Crawford Clenda Ellis Sherrie Essner Donna Lee Frey Phyllis Carvick Janice Catlin Lou Ellen Catlin The Alpha Xis moved into a new house in the fall . . . after coming back early to clean and decorate . . . On Mom and Dad's Day a wolf climbed up one of the porch columns after a XVildcat on the balcony . . , theme was 'XVho's Afraid of the Big Bad XVolf?" . . . Lou Ellen Catlin was news editor of the XVildcat . . . also a member of Pi Delta Epsilon and YVomen's Press Club . . . lanice Catlin ran in the Miss Arizona contest as Miss Cila Bend . . . Mary Rosen was a finalist for Acacia Sweetheart . . . The pledges had a walk-out. but thoughtfully left notes leading the actives all over town . . . finally to an illllllllS house . . . also stole the charter one night when the actives were in song practice . . . The Alpha Xi's. in an ideal spot on the Park Avenue curve, delighted in tying up traffic . . . Eliza- beth Bridgwater and Margot Hubbard belonged to Pi Lambda Theta, womens education honorary . . . Phyllis Carvick, Alpha Epsilon, womenls commerce honorary . . . Kayleen Stambaugh, Sigma Alpha Iota. womens music honorary. and Tau Beta Sigma. band honorary . . . Emma lean Cunderson. Alpha liho Tau. art honorary . . . The girls dialed the polite late one night when they heard someone trying to break in . . . turned out to be Mrs. Melvin Bradner. their house- mother . . . Glenda Ellis swam into Mermaids . . . One member who imagined herself as a mechanic claimed she could fix the heater when the pilot light went out . . turned the wrong valve and flooded the house . . . kept the boys busy bailing out the basement. FLM 3,504.2 Learning their parts for the spring sing are Phyllis Garvick, Glenda Ellis, Emma, Jean Gunderson, Vicki Romine and Stevie Peterson. -182- Santa. Claus was chaperon but he joined in the fun at the Christmas formal. Louise Parks is his girl friend for the picture. ALPHA XI DELTA Lombard College, 1893 66 Chapters Gamma Gamma, 1951 30 Members President .....,.,.. ...,.. E mma Jean Gunderson Vice-President ............. ,,......,....r, L ou Ellen Catlin Recording Secretary ................................ Jean Huck Corresponding Secretary ,.., Elizabeth Bridgwater Treasurer ....,.,........,............ .......... N ancy Peterson Gamma, Gamma Chapter House, 541 North Park Avenue Karen Granrud Margot Hubbard Sigrid Kostoff Erdean McVay Nancy Peterson Beryl Srigley Rose Greenwood Emma Gunderson Jean Huck Carol Kennedy lean Maddigan Shirley Malone Nancy Moody Louise Park Victoria Romine Mary Rosen KayleenStambaugh Shirley Zorn x 1 - . ,Q K . ., z 1 vt N A. A .se E 591 s- W 1-+ - .msg my W -my +ve ,ew -f - was-f..,',, , , iw, in 1: 9 ' fzmbr ' if 21: 'ie :SE.WX'wf-Qi-:rf iffy M1 , have 6 C zfw, by r.. W , N ' ' . .,c"Ae:s.l f Q .j1:',Q.M wig f,..-mais:-,'zff' .- . 1 . eggff' 'N 115 ., , , .Q ,N oar.. ,-,. , HM V1 -, fs ,ff -gg-1, 5, I-L ,,,,,5 -. . . ,- 1.....-:4.,.3 Q, .sway - - We N -iw' ' r L r'-' - -. ,.,. , f294fJ'f'w infix' - Z? K .Me X A e r M ' 'J 1? eg? I 5 Q E 1 255 gifwflim Mm' sy , , , ,. ,, Q A 'Z ,pk gil? ff ,..'i .,J'i'r X a w a fsw w.: X -,L fir 3wr?,fZ'3,yffg N. ,rsmf - ' ii .M .. me -V 1 .1 ' -, 4 'ffl 'If i .QQ -f . , f,f,t.,eM. ,5 A id QF 2 , x Q?- ,e -5 'vo jane Agee Cail Bieberney er Margaret Chime Anne Davenport Sue Gurney Collette Jaeolmx Meredith Malone l joan Moran C .lane Alderman Kathy Bowen Liz Coleman Jackie Dayison Sylvia Hillis laniee johnbon Mikel Massogli Stirley Newell "Vx var '67 I1nttAshton P it B 1 fs im M uily n B intz ri! Toclcly Caicl Iaekie Campbell Cathy Carnes ,iv '13 ll Mimi Alf Connie Alkire Donna Kay Brazell Betty Browning Shirley Conclit Carolyn Cox Mary jo Downing Carolyn Franks Cherry Hines Norma I-Iopland Nettie Kesseler Kathy Key Mary -Io ML-Cowan Bobbie MeLernon Ardis Noonan Joe Ann Nowell Lois Lynn Allard Charlotte Burress Sylvia Dailey Geri Gallagher Teeia Huneek Mary Lawrason Peggy Lindstrom Ann Lowe Donna Maddox Pat MePeak LaramieMeSparronMarion MeSparron Carol Millisaek Ginger Pearson Jane Priekett Jacqui Robinson Laurie Rose -184- Kenny Ruud Sylvia Sanders Annette Schiff Frankie Seffens Marlene Stahl Shirley Stivers janet Stover Laurel Thompson Mary Thomson N at Vincenti M.j.1Vestmoreland joan NVeyand Nancy jo YVilson Sudie Jo XVygant Helen Younger The Chi Us sponsored Nina Kostopoulou, a Greek student who has lived with them for four years . . . shelll return to Greece this summer with her degree . . . Nina and President Bobbie McLernon met King Paul and Queen Fred- ericka of Greece at the Grand Canyon in November . . . Their candyland Won first place in the Women's division for Mom and Dadls Day decorations . . . Honorary members were Spurs jane Alderman and Liz Coleman . . . Tecia Huneck - FST secretary-treasurer and treasurer of the Junior class . . . Ioan Moran - Mortar Board social chairman and ASUA secre- tary . . . Joan and Smokey Stover made VVho,s VVho . . . Mimi Alf took the lead in "Moor Bornv . . . Smokey Stover in "Twelfth Nightly . . . Smokey was president of Zeta Phi Eta . . . Liz Coleman, secretary . . . XVAA Vice-President Mary Ann Lawrason was selected Outstanding Sportswoman . . . Jane Prickett, secretary of YVAA . . . Bobbie McLernon, Mermaids, president . . . Phi Kappa Sweetheart Jacqui Robinson was a finalist for Desert Queen and Goddess of the Greeks . . Frankie Seffens, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart attendant, also a Goddess finalist . . . Mimi Alf, Lambda Chi Crescent Queen attendant . . . The volleyball and speedball teams took first places . . . Chi O35 Won the womens trophy for most points in the UA Rodeo and another for top ticket sellers . . . gave the greatest percentage of blood among sororities in the Red Cross drive , . . Mary Jo McGowan was managing editor of the VVildcat and head of the Arts section in the Desert , . . Tecia Huneck edited Aristocracy section. gi X52 CI-II OMEGA University of Arkansas, 1895 115 Chapters Zeta Beta, 1922 70 Members P1'G'Sitle11t ,......,....,,,,,,,... Bobbie McLernon Vice-P1'eSident .,.,............i A nne Davenport Corresponding Secy ....... Betty Browning Recording Secretary ....,..tee., lane P1-ickett T1'caSL11'e1' ....e..............,..,t.. Donna Maddox Charlotte BUITCSS and Guy Fimbres dress appropriately for the Heaven and Hades Hop. Laramie McSparron, Sudie Wygant, Pat Bagshaw, Bobbie McLernon and Zeta, Beta Chapter House, 1145 North Mountain Avenue. Jane Prickett enjoy Nina. Kostopou1ou's stories of her home in Greece. -185- "2" RN -ff 4" x Gloria A. Cook Patricia Anderson Priscilla Allen Nancy Carney Muriel Dee Carter Barhara Cash Dorothy Dudley Gail Dunne Beverly Ekstroin Catherine Haggar Hath Haase -loan lleclriek Klaric-Louiselones Sargie jones Peggy Klein Ianet Baxter jan Booingaard Carole Clark Xlarygraee Colby Carolyn Cowan Anne Fordyce Nancy Fredricson Carol Centry Ann Heniges Elizabeth lligbey Beverly Hulse Marilyn Brown Elaine Bryant Patti Canada Joanne Darsey Doris Dudley Barbara Clad Elherta Glad Elizabeth Hunt Sally Ingersoll DELTA DELTA DELTA Boston University. 1888 96 Chapters Phi Beta, 1946 76 Members President .,..,,,,,.,,,, ,,..... S argie Jones Vice-President .,..,, .,........, , .Gail Dunne Secretary ....,,,.... ..r.... li flary Jo Shields Treasurei ',,,v, ,,,......i. C arole Clark 5433113415 Engaged seniors step through the traditional pansy ring each year in the Tri Delt patio. Nancy Lea is now Mrs. Dick Baker. -186- Ph1 Beta Chapter House, 1541 East Second Street Decorating their house for the annual Candy Cane Ball, Annette Ridley, Nancy Carney and Jo Warren add the final Christmasy touches. To win second place in the womens origi- nality division at Homecoming a cowardly lion, tin man and little girl Walked down the yellow brick road to Oz to the theme of 'VVe're Off to See the VVildcat VVizard,, . . . Barrie Ryan, Pat Anderson, Corinne Cornwall and Elaine Bryant won the Bar- bership Quartet contest . . . Nancy Martin, FST, was chairman of the Campus Chest drive . . . Ioan Hedrick was president of the gals who guard the FST secret. . . Spurs were Sue Swanfeld, Ann Fordyce. Nancy' F. Fredericson . . . Sargie Iones and Gail Dunne wore the emblem of Mortar Board . . . Sargie was named to YVho,s yVho and was on the Vista editorial staff . . . Gail served as vice-president of AWS . . . Grad student Sue Donohoe edited Vista magazine . . . Gail was crowned Sweet- heart of Delta Sigma Phi at the fraternity,s Christmas formal . . . Annette Ridley was chosen Sweetheart of ATO . . . Pat Sulli- van, president of FTA . . . Ann Hentges, secretary of Newman Club . . . Swimming for Mermaids were Pat Wfillis, Gloria XVilde, Barrie Ryan. Sue Burrus. Priscilla Allen, Pat Lindquist, Mary Grace Colby. Marcia Lefebure Patricia Lindquist Caroline Lott Marilyn Marsh Nancy Martin Henrietta Martz Beryl Mitchell Glee Mitchell Donna Kay Moore Stephenie Owen Nona Paull Janice Pierce Annette Ridley Barrie Ryan Sue Jean Schafer Nancy Spencer Katherine Stanley Alice Stauber Sandra I. Stewart Pat Sullivan Ann Thacker Barbara Tidrick Mary Io Troeger Bette Wadsworth -187- Karen Lott Kay McCarthy Harolyn Moore Nancy M. Read Rosemary Siegle Virginia Steinmetz Patricia Thomas Joan Warren Jeannette MacDonald Rosalie Mertz Pat O'Brien Kay Jean Reppe Ann Simley Jennifer Steph Georgia Thompson Pat Willis Karon .'X11d1-15011 A1111 Bl1111cl1-11 Bm erly B114111 D111111- C1UNY1'l'f Susan E111-ll S11s1111 F1'i1'l11A1Ag1-1' Plllllil HlIf'C'S I11m11ll1- K1111-111 Sally Bake-1' ixllll Boicc Judy Brown Dorothy Crnmwc Mary Ellisun Cyntl1i11 Fry HQXL11111 H4-1'111l1' Izlckic Rvllvl' If Carol Bmtlvtt Bilfblllll BU11111-ll Klllfgil' BIICIQCYK' Margie C1'11s1111 Ruth Eiscu Pat Cram julie HL'1'1't'l1 Kathlccln K11s1- Dawn Bc-115011 Barlu111'11 Bram-um XY1-11dy Curr Susan Ditzlvr Susan El'lWSi'Il Ruth Crm-cn Marilyn IIm1'111'd C1u'0li11c Loc NI111'yCr1l11 E111-cn Dull 'Q--...M Alpha Pi Chapter House, 1448 East First Street Bc-tty Confcr A1111 D111mi11g 'Xp Ann ll'1l1llll0I'Slt'j' Y f. ' Stepl1111- Fc-1lc1'l1111't N 1 1 Y Cwrol Ilughvs Hose-11111ry Miller Nlurtlm Fcl,lwicl1 Loycm- H1111ki11s Ann H11tL-l1i11so11 Xlury Kay Morris 0 W K! ci MQ 1 6 1'-QWJ' 24 -188- Margin- F1-1'lw1' Carolyn Iii1I't1Tl2lI1I'l Pcg Hyuson : NI11rijz1111- Moss Cjilflllyll Fruziy Hvlc-11 lluxton Muriv Irwin janet NI1111c'l1 .1- fb! A house of queens this year . . . Barbara Bracco, Desert Queen . . . Loyce Hankins, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, with attendants Dawn Ben- son, Ann Dunning and judv Brown . . . Ann Sisson. Acacia Sweet- heart . . . Marilyn Howard, Dream Girl of Theta Chi . . . Mary Ellison, Homecoming Queen attendant and Air ROTC Queen . . . Wendy Carr, Rodeo Queen finalist . . . Mary Anne XVGHVSI' was feature editor and assistant editor of the Kitty Kat . . . Mortar Board Ann Dunning made Whols Who and was Elections Committee chair- man second semester . . . Marie Irwin, FST . . . Carol Tiedman and Lee Atkins, Spurs . . . DC,s held a benefit tea for the blind, their national philanthropy . . . Woke one morning to find a mes- sage in piles of beer cans five feet high on the lawn, 'iHi you DC'sg Youire A-lv . . . Mar'orie Bucke e and Marffie Ferber danced their . . 1 7 ,. e . way into O1'Ch6S1S . . . lX'lG1'ITl?t1dS1lXl1H Rochex, Loyce Hankms, Susie Ebell, Carol Tiedman. ,,,,.,,.. gzg.izQ'....Q: at s . -,fs ', iiT5Qgf- iflgaif ,Q ie ww -. ymmix at the annual ChI'lStUl3,S D - up Q. ' 1' , LM... Lewis School, 1873 5 V551 3 55"'i'2l? E 3 Q55 i 79 Cha Dters 'V it l . at Alpha P1, 192-3 , , ,,, , 6+ "" " 1 -2-1, 12 ' t . 82 Members 1 ag. .- -X. A . President ..,.,....... Ann Dunning xl Vice-Pres ....... Carol Hartmann -' AW' i Favorite weekend pas- times in the DG patio . . . Mary Ann Weaver, Loyce Hankins, Julie Rec. Sec .,.., ....... I ulie Wilkins ,- Corr. Sec .,.,.....,, Dawn Benson Treasurer .Janet Wickersham A " "N" lllflklsilfiazffnliifildllfirriifzlilifze Courtenay Van Denburgh Marie Irwin seienades Alice Porterfield and Marilyn Murdock i Marlene Nash Marcy Otis Mary Owen Roberta Parry Pat Patterson Alice Porterficld Betty Ross Jennie Rothschild Betty Schride Sally Shufflebarger Gretchen Schworcr Nancy Seaton Sally Smith Margie South Harriet Sprague Nancy Tanner Carol Tiedman C. Van Denburgh Roberta VVashlJurn Marjorie YVeeks Janet XVlCliCI'Sll3lll Nan Xvlfllllilll Mary XVilcox lulie 'Wilkins an lilgfiifrf' party for blind children. I "Andy" Blunden shows her guest how to run a racing car Nancy Munson Marilyn Murdock Robin Randolph Ann Rochcx Diane Sims Ann Sisson Louisa Van Tassel Mary Ann NVcaycr Dot NVood Nancy lVood wi -189- y, r Aliee Allington Florence .-Xreher janet Baker Barbara Baldwin Mona Bainhauer Peggy Bayless Dorothy Briggs Nanejv Bulkeley -lane Burnett Nancy Calnon Sandra Garson Susan Collins Cora Creswell Frances Curtis Ann Davis Sydney Deal Helen Deeelles Susan Diuknieyer Lee Donohoe Marilyn Downey Peggy Dreeke Alulie Ellis Betty Jo Ewing Jacqueline Firth Cynthia Gardner Slargaret Gibson Sarah Gibson Shirley Gibson Dolores Granzow Joyce Grove Ann Hall Pat Hall my '- N. f, -4 . V, 32, GAMMA PHI BETA f 'fi , Syracuse University, 1874 l. H ', 64 Chapters A N H Q - C Alpha Epsilon. 1922 2' iff' H-ing" A 72 Nlemhers ' ' . I 4-ff 5 ., President ,,,..,.,., ,,,.,ee,,,,, Ann Hall i x 'I . ,Y ,, H53 , an l A s .fd Vice-President ..i,, ,, ..,.. Sharon Hynes Corresponding See ..... Elizabeth Moore Recording Secretary ,,,,,,,, Sydney Deal Treasurer .....,.., ,, ,,,,,, Barbara Baldwin X "Now look here!" Carol Mayle and Bill Whitney chat in the Wolf Room. -190- Alpha E p s i l o n Chapter House, 1535 East First Street Mom and Dad were told "You Mean Thumpin' to Usb by a foot-pounding rabbit and several sparkling bunnies on the lawn . . . The Homecoming float took first place in womenis originality awards as penguins, an igloo and a polar bear carried out the theme of "Play It Cool but Bear Downv . . . F lourescent skele- tons arose from spooky graves to dance to "Dry Bones" and win first place in the womenis division of the Varsity Show . . . Sarah Gibson, Betty Io Ewing, sophomore class treasurer Cynthia Gardner, Sonia Harsch, Janet Baker and Mona Bambauer boasted membership in Spurs . . . Helen Harbison, co-chairman of the IAWVS convention, won a place in Mortar Board and VVho,s VVho . . . Pat Hall kept the funds for the freshman class . . . Dream Girl of Phi Delta Theta was Florence Archer, who later reigned as queen of Tucson's Fiesta de los Vaqueros . . . the Greeks chose Lee Donohoe their Goddess . . . the house claimed eight queen attendants . . . including Homecoming Queen finalist Alice Allington . . . Carol Heimerdinger, Dodie Knorpp and janann Smith were Mermaids . . . Barbara Baldwin and Shirley Gibson, Orchesis . . . Betty jo Ewing headed the Desert Index Staff, the Kitty Katis ad and circulation staffs and Vista publicity . . . Mona Bambauer took over the Desert typing staff . . . Sarah Gibson was Panhellenic secretary-treasurer first semester, vice-president second semester. In Susie Hall Barbara Kohler Marilyn Morgan Iulie Rothrock Martha XValker Marilyn Hodges Helen Hutchinson Sharon Hynes Doris Knorpp MaryEllenMcEver Pat Miller Stephene Monk Elizabeth Moore Ann Pryor Jeannine Rioux Marion Robbins Eleanor Roberts Susie Smith Sally Springer Bzubara Sutton Lee Swearingen Q-Ev" - 191 - , Peggy Davis raids the ice box in the upstairs snack bar. Carol Heiinerdinger Elizabeth Loucks Helen Harbison Sonia Harsch Shirley-Mae Lee Pat Liggett Monica Morse Barbara Pattison Carew Powell Ianann Smith Nancy XVilfert Catherine Saunders Sally Sears Mary Kay XVelch Gail XVhitaker -Q?-L ,r- 'fb al bf-' 9"1 vw-,W"' '-5 vw-I f 'Na 19' fx , be ii-ar! We Q? 10 Phyllis Babbitt Bt-tts Bcnckcr Barbara Blom Jo Bunch Marjorie Dax is Mary Colbcrg Pat Hull Jocelyn Jensen !?' if Phyllis Barnum Gwen Best Dodic Booth Denise By crlcy Carol Dietrich Janice Gregory Sue Hunter Beverly Kilpatrick env' Carol Beckley Linda Bjorklund Colly n Bruncr Joanne Carlson Sally Eisclc Raryl llaythornc Bea Jamison Libby Kuiper Barbara Br-rgquist Jeanne Bihl Joan Bryan Carol Carney Cissy Cccil Mary Lou Fanning Pat Finn Shelly Heath Susan Hency Bunny Jamison Georganne Jensen Pat Kunze Florence Leece -192- Beta Delta chapter house. 1050 North Mountain Avenue Sparkling perfume bottles Won first place in the womens division for Homecoming floats . . . Kay Mason reigned as Home- coming Queen . . . Pat Kunze kept count of AXVS funds as treasurer . . .Bonnye Mc- Farland was junior councilwoman and fi- nalist for Desert Queen . . . XVAA record- ing secretary was Mary Jean McGregor . . . Barbie Mitchell, junior class vice-president, was co-chairman of the Campus Fund Drive and finalist for Goddess of the Greeks . . . Bev Kilpatrick. senior class secretary and chairman of the blood drive . . . Michelle Mason, sophomore vice-pres- ident, secretary of the Student Senate and ZBT Queen . . . Nancy Naujoks, sopho- more secretary . . . Jean Elrod, Panhel- lenic president . . . Gwen Best spurred on the Spurs, which included Nancy Naujoks, Michelle Mason, Phyllis Babbitt and Ann Pittinger . . . Mortar Board Mary Jo XVim- herley was named to VVho's WVho . . . Pat Kunze, Bonnye McFarland and Betts Ben- eker made FST . . . The house won the XVA.-X swimming meet for the third year, kept the cup . . . Ginny Buhberg took the diving championship . . . 1-1 swimmers were Mermaids . . . Nancy Dwyer took the NVAA singles tennis tournament and won the Arizona Intercollegiate Invitation- al . . . Pat Hull tied for All-Around Cow- girl at the UA Rodeo . . . Pledges discov- ered their pranks didn't pay off when they had to scrub the volleyball court and the porch with toothbrushes. Somebody blow!" Theta, pledges Jan Fuhrman, 'at Finn and Joanne Carlson fly the Theta, kite as ll initiates do before spring initiation. 5 KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA fu.- my YS Yfv DePauw UniversityQ 1870 , ,ez A 84 Chapters A A ' ' - L Beta Delta, 1917 K 76 Members P1'6SlCl6llt ............,..e,,,, hlary JO Wvilnberley - , '7' .. mf , I I , ,ig-5 Vlffe-P1'6SlCle11t ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, P at KUHZQ Secretary ......eAe..... ..,......,..,....... P at Hull Corr. Secretary .............,,. Virginia Nlartin Treasurer ....,,.............. Bonuye McFarland 1 M J 'E Q- J 425 Pat.I-lull, Denise Byerly laboveb, Pat Smith and Jamce Gregory practice tree-trimming for the next one they'll do when they go home for Christ- mas. Hale-ne MacKay Jeanne Matteson Barbara Mitchell Donna Peachy JoAnne Price Tippy Sharp fl' Janet March Bonnye Mc-Farlancl Carolyn Mitchell Julie Perry Judy Rauhenheimer Pat Smith Mabel VVhite Mary Jo Wfimherley 193 - Ginny Martin Kay Mason Mary J. McGregor Linda Mellvane Nancy Naujoks Celeste Powell Vicki Reid Betty Tahnaclge Marion XVikle Ann YVinther Diane O,Conner Ann Pittenger Betty Lou Roeser Dana Vidiner Gail wVllll3.1llS Ann YVolfe Michelle Mason Beth Morris Jean Palmer Anne Price Cinny Ruhherg Jess XVallaee Gwen XVlllltllllS Kay XVright KK? KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Xloumoutb College, 1870 S3 Cliapteis Gamma Zeta. 1920 58 Members P1't'SlClt'l'lt .............. ......, X lice Newliu Vice-Presiclent .,A.A,..,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,,,B9nita Fleming CO1'l'C'SPOl1Clilig S6'C1'E'tLlI'f'. .....,.. M,-Iaiiice Gatbam' Recording Secretary, ,,,A,,,,,, ,,,Cill'Ollll6 Hablutzel T1'G2lSlll't'l', Y, ,,.,YY,,,,,..,., , ,.......,. -lane Paulsen Rosemary Forbes and Oween Cameron use their mechanical genius as Susie White and Norma Hughes watch a guest figure out a helicopter at the Christmas party. S if ,A- in tk- 'WY ' ll .A..1x --.., Gamma Zeta Chapter House, 1435 East Second Street :N Mon 1 Anclcrson Norma Bartel Owecn Cameron Becbe Davenport Joanne Doolcn Dolores Doucl Bcnita Fleming Carolynlflickinger Barbara Gadclis Janice Gathany Carolinel-labliitzel Moira Hallinan Margt. He-nnessey Barbara Hoag Doris jongcneel Gloria Krelle jean Bowen Eleanor Dieterle Eugenie Eagles Rosemary Forbes Mary L. Gump Pat Harbin Norma M, Hughes Marilyn Lawson Sweepstakes trophy for the best float in the Homecoming parade was floated away by the Kappa's huge "Ark of Triumphv . . . 16 girls inside the boat swayed the animals' heads back and forth to the tune of "Didn't It Bainu . . . VVith Anne Sporer as AYV S president and Peggy Cox as AXV S secretary, rules we1'e made known . . . Anne was named to YVho's Nllho and Mortar Board . . . lane Schell was Panhellenic president . . . The game-playing Kappas won the musical chairs contest from the DC's . . . went out for hopscotch, tin can stilts, jump rope and pogo sticks . . . until a front tooth was knocked out . . . Barbara Zerrien, Beebe Bae Daven- port, Mona Anderson, Dar fl Mailloux and Ann Vickers were Spurs . . . Carol Fitch, Peggy Cox ancf Peggy Reeve among the early Sunday morning picnickers, F ST,s . . . Kappas rated the scholarship trophy for last springs semester . . . took third place first semester this year . . . Beebe Bae was SU Special Events chainnan and secretary of SUAB . . . Joanne Doolen. secretary of junior class . . . She and Janie Schell sported black eyes as trophies of car accidents . . . Nonna Bartel was in the Desert Queenis court . . . lane Binda. Rose Queen of Kappa Alpha . . . Barbara Zerrien was co-chairman of AXVS publicity . . . Sally Sancet was in Orchesis . . . Gerry Reading, Mermaids . . . Peggy Beeve headed the Associations sec- tion and was assistant editor of the Desert . . . Two afternoons were wasted waiting for Tucky Smith's friends to fly over in their jets from California . . . Great excitement when the house had to be evacuated in the middle of the night while the fire department decided if their furnace would blow up. Hoping that their N0ah's "Ark of Triumph" will win the Sweepstakes Homecoming float trophy- which it did-Jan Ratts, Peggy Reeve, Joanne Doolen and Susie White finish a giraffe and mon- key. Mary Lohman Virginia Marsh Louise Murphy Pat Murphy Alice Newlin Beverly Pollard Janice Ratts Jane Root Jane Schell Adair Schneider Karen Senior Mary Skillman Paula Thomas Carolyn Ullman Ann Vickers Anne Ward Susan XVhite -195- Daryl Mailloux Gerry Reading Virginia Smith Honey XVhiting Anne McLarry Ann Morris Peggy Reeve Roberta Robinette Anne Sporer Jacqueline Stevens Virginia XVoodman Barbara Zerrien Eleanor and Eve- - lyn VValker help X , TissieFrench , 2 change the light Y bulbs in the Pi V Phi arrow. 1 f V 5 , - . il in Arizona, Alpha Chapter House, 1035 North Mountain Avenue o N2 if J G J xi aa J , I . Q it ei S if "' 2 .fs 51 Judy Armstrong Joyce Ballard Marjorie Beeman Leona Bond Jeri Denslow Joan Enghohn Marcia Flaxman Catherine Frame Judy Howe Jane Howsare Janice Jessop Ann Jorgensen -196- Diane Burkhart Anne Busch Their skit 'WVOTC Shapes You Upi' won the Sweep- stakes trophy in the Varsity Show in March . . . Mor- tar Board secretary Joan Engholm was named to VVho,s lVho . . . also served as Student Union Arts and Music chairman and AWVS social chairman . . . Jinx Brown and Joyce Ballard were F ST's . . . Spurs were Susan Stille, Nancy Coulson, Ann YVeatherly DuBois, Bev Per- kins, Karen Miller and Marjorie Beeman . . . Jinx was director of Coed Capers last fall . . . Joyce worked as business manager of the Kitty Kat . . . Bev headed the religious organizations section of the Desert. . .Pi Phi's rated on top in scholarship for the first semester . . . took first place in XVAA tennis douhles . . . Karen Xliller was general hostess for the ANVS Convention . . . Jan Bice served as secretary of the senior class . . . Pi Phi's rated high in the aristocracy field, too . . . Bev Goff was a finalist for Homecoming Queen . . . Julie Knott was chosen as Kappa Sig Sweetheart . . . Margie Hinkle. Delta Chi Queen ..., -X ttendants to the Queens were Susan Stille, Delta Chi . . . Jeri Denslow, Delta Sigma Phi . . . Tissie French, ATO and AFROTC . . . Jinx Brown, Lamhda Chi Alpha . . . Queen of the UA liodeo was Jan Lindmoe . . . Swimmers who made Nlerxnaids were Diane Burkhart, Dee Dee Crookshanks, Cwenie Martyn. Sandra Nlcloauqhlin. Judy Howe and Caroline Thompson . . . Jane Howsare, Judy Howe, Xlarge Kelley and Julie Knott ranked on the C0lll'tS to helong to Racquet Club . . . State secretary for Future Teachers of America was Margie Hinkle . . . Bev Goff and Bev Lewis sparked cheers as pompon girls. ff' 3215.1 -,sr KathleenCampbell Rael Cargill Leta French Ann Gaskins Beverly Goff Janice Hanson Patricia Kcevan Karen Klausner Julia Knott Jan Lindmoe Three couples sit one out at the Mt. Lemmon Barn Dance-Carol Mather and Jim Patrick, Dave Smith and Karen Wiig, and Judy Armstrong and Gene Beach. PI BETA PI-II Xlonmouth College, 1867 99 Chapters Arizona Alpha, 1917 71 Nlembers P1'6SiCl611t ....... ,,.,,,,,...........,,,,,,,,, B arbara Victor Ioan Engholin 171C9-Pl'GS1ClG11t ......,..,.. ,,l,,,, D 011113 Lucag Barbara Miller Recording Secretary ,,,,,,, ,,11,,,, B arbgu-3 Millgf Ian Perry Corresponding Sefretary .,..e,vY Carolyn Thompson linx Brown Treasurer. ..,w. ,,CC,, K av Stokes Ann Busch fli' . 'N' 'Vx 1171,-A 0 . 6'0- -.I .A , M. a WX h SW. ,:'::E k E E l ' fs R 1 I s A , V, qxq., VF, 3 45? - ',., . 'lil-lv f, M' ' Patricia Maker SandraMcLaughlin Arlene Phelps Leslie Robinson Susan Stille 46- YS? I 1 1 1 -A 3 , is 'Yr-'I fr 3 . J V In 1 fe , , V 4. ! x 1:- 'fi '11 V -fat ' - X - . J ff' ' . . "' f if V V 5. MT .:, ' "" A9-rf" 1 he ' ' 5 i f ki Y . K ,Q .qi E -LIN 1 fi will if 43. W' Q ' , :..g g f P gg- fit" ,"' gl 1. 1 Q 1 Jfraw gt 1 . Teta Martyn Carol Mather Barbara Mcliee Karen Miller Beverly Perkins Ian Perry 1 Evelyn Prestriclge Alyson Rice janet Rice 3 ,X , G Q Enid Siewert Jeanette Smith Kay Snell P 1 ' A 1 I Kay Stokes H6tfj'StllttGfllCll1l Merle Templeton Lime? Craze 1266 Crookshanks CarolineTl1ompson Barbara Victor Eleanor NValker Margie H1n le Nancy Io Holter Evelyn lValker Ann NV. DuBois Mary XVl1eeler Q arc a Loe Donna Lucas Peggy Wheeler Karen Wiig Marilyn Wilson f - 197 -- F 1 PI-IRATERES UCLA. 1924 13 Chapters Lambda. 1938 -13 Nlembers President .1.,,,,,,w,,,,,, ,w..,Y, Ai iita Barker Vice-President ...........,,,,,....A,A ....,AAA., I anet Gilbert Corresponding Secretary 'w,.w,vY,w,,Y,, Marion Langer Recording Secretary ',,,,..rA. r.,,,,,,,, H ope Kimmel Treasurer ,....Y..,..,,,....... ...... N elda Dinwiddie Arleen Mitchell and Jo An Gordon Vreeland help freshmen Jan 0'Neill and Jan Veith plan their sched- ules at the fall registration party. ff 'LP Patti Aldcrton Pauline Arnold Fxlllb' Barn-lay Anita Barker Elouise Bell Xorma Clnapman Carol Cflllt'll Peggy Damn Dwiann Druliner Jody Ellis xml 1 li i 1 il -198- -11:7 Barbara Blue Dorotliy Evans Gerrie Bootman Georgia Bowman Pat Foster Kath. F redenburg Darla Fulfer Bea Garcia Meeting in their campus home - the SU Town Girls' Room-are Phrateres cabinet members Anita Barker, Ruby Barclay, Norma Chapman, and Hope Kimmel. it "This is what you have to do for your projectlv Jody Ellis, Roberta John, Jamie Sparks and Kay Fredenburg work with the Brownies at the Arizona Children's Home. Janet Gilbert Jo An C. Vreelanzl Mary Cruensfelder Carolyn Cum Audrey Hannibal Jackie Howard Joan Isbell Sandy Jaaskelainen Roberta John Anne Kemmer Kathy Kemmerer Hope Kimmel Marion Langer Effie Leong Shirley Loftfield Arleen Mitchell Claralee Moreno Gerry Nordmeyer Jeanette Olander Jan O'Neill Rosalie Parkman Elizabeth Riesgo Shirley Rusin Shirley Sayre Janice Small Jamie Sparks Alice Sullivan Juandalee Titshaw Janice Veith Billie Jean VVieden Virginia VVilliams Jane XVittwer The towngirls cooperate on many activities to help others and provide fun for themselves . . . Incoming freshman girls were honored at a swim party just before school opened . . . At a Registration Party during Freshman Week the old-timers helped con- fused freshmen plan a schedule and fill out those tedious forms . . . The SU Town Girls, room was open to their parents on Mom and Dad's Day . . . Four girls on the Homecoming float threw suckers to the crowd with the simple command "Lick ,Emu . . . They spent the entire night making the VVildcat,s big tongue move by a stubborn motor . . . Homemade cookies were sold once a month in the womenis dorms to raise funds . . . Barbara Blue wore the blue circle of Spurs . . . Desert Editor Peggy Daum won places in Mortar Board and Who's Who . . .was an attendant to Phi Kappa Sweetheart . . . F ounderis Diy was celebrated in December with a potluck dinner . . . Christmas time included crowning Jim Reynolds Snow King at the formal, going caroling and giving a party for the Yaqui Indian children . . . The same children were guests at an Easter Egg Hunt party in spring . . . Ruby Barclayis new home was royally christened when the annual pledge-active slumber party was held there just before February initiation . . . Proceeds of the April fashion show will provide room rent for a foreign student in Pima Hall next year . . . The May Taco Party honored graduating seniors . . . The girls at the Arizona Children,s Home know the towngirls as assistant leaders of their Brownie troop, led by Jody Ellis, whois also outstanding pledge. -199- .hellenlc Pan IEAN ELHOD First- S L'H1USfCl' Plusizlcrit Panhellenic Council plans rush and pub- lishes a booklet for the rushees. Pledges took part in the IFC Help XVeek by Work- ing for townspeople to earn money for the March of Dimes. Panhell again contribut- ed 55180 to the support of a war orphan. Trophies are awarded each semester to the house with the highest grade average, and the Supremacy Cup is given to the housf voted most outstanding by the other so- rorities. 'E' JANE SCHELL Second Semester President X37 il N 5 K- ,I ' yxr , f - M' iw- i r A ' F, ' ,ce .X ,wr EI 5 ' I., -:N-s. pi 'F V, f l W 9 -' ., t . J I , Z4 vi nf' U . if-M we--'M S Panhellenic Council Row 1: Sarah Gibson lfirst semester secretary-treasurer, second semester vice-presidentj, Jane Schell ffirst semester vice-president, d emester president! Row 2: Kay Mason, Tecia Huneck, Florence Archer, Beverly Buck. Row 3: Rose Marie Greenwood, Lynn S' ns, Patty Seff. Not pictured: Henrietta Martz, Kathleen Bowen fsecond semester secon s . . 1 - - k anne Doolen, Karen Miller, Diane ll Vandcrcoo , 101 ' ' El d tfirst semester preside-ntl. treasurer 2 , Jean ro -200- frafernifies Barbara Smith and Landon Nichols take advantage of the music i while Carol Kennedy and Dick Dorrance sit one out at the Christmas formal. Az Dave Grove puts a face on Confucius, who say "Arizona Win Today" to the Homecoming crowd. LQ,.4'f g. I Dick Aekley Domlcl Albright Curl Berningcr Richard Dormnee lVesley Ford Francis Colton john Garrett Ted Geyler David Cinter Peter De Craft' David Grove Kelly lloelcer Jim lluglies Sundel Hunt James Keyes john Merritt ACACIA University of Michigan, 1904 41 Chapters Arizona Chapter, 1950 36 Members President ....,.....................,. Jim Warkoinski john Tverberg Vice-President ....,... ....... I ohn Tverberg Kelly Hocker Secretary ...... ...... C arl Berninger john Garrett Treasurei ',,..,Y ..,...,., I ohn Philp Ted Geyler -202- A new apartment was leased behind the house last fall . . . re- decorated, it now houses 16 men . . . Parties after the home games . . . football dinner before the Marquette game . . . 'Noodmenls Ball with backwoods costumes . . . Held the Christ- mas formal and the Ides of March formal at Rancho Fiesta . . . crowned DC Ann Sisson Acacia Sweetheart . . . Pledge man- power turned the ferris wheel for Nlom and Dadis Day house decorations . . . each car had Nlom and Dad written in a dif- ferent language . . . YVhat member 'itiedn during rush-didnlt know his own name? . . . Carl Berninger and David Grove wore Sophos sweaters ...i A cacians get their vitamin C . . . really go for that lemon juice . . . john Tverberg made Chain Gang and Tau Beta Pi . . . jim XV31'li0I11SlCl is in Theta Tau and on the Bookstore Committee . . . jim Hughes was second-semester president of the Advertising and Marketing Club, president of Alpha Delta Sigma and member of Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Acacians went Egyptian in spring for the tra- ditional Night on the Nile dance . . . Plans for the active walk- out were dampened when the cook mistook a pledge for an active and let the cat out of the bag . . . They like salt in their hot cocoa . . . Several hayrides second semester . . . F ayorite steak fries in the Tucson Mountains and Sabino Canyon. James Rolle Carl Sechrist James Spagon Richard Stapp Harold Tracy Landon Nichols john Philp Glen Robinette John Tverberg James VVarkomski Norman Zeller 'i P .S P Arizona Chapter House, 819 East Third Street -203- xllkt','xll1llIlN Derry Bohm Days- Dir-lil Epsilon Beta Chapter House, 841 North Tyndall Avenue 4' "1 05 V wi f""' ,PASTP I 1+ " 195 5" L.u'ry Adamson Terry Anderson joel Barbee John Barnett Bill Barnes Nick Beers Dick Bidlake - Bill Bond George Booth Pete Castelan -lack Carrington Todd Corley Aloe Comer Bill Crary Bob Diehl Bill Ehringer Bob Franz Lake Frazier .lim Canter Bill Gorham Tom Cray FW J One pledge was forced to sign! Dean of Men A. Louis Slonaker witnesses the bid signing of Tau Tabby I, with the encouragement of paw-pushing Zoo-keepers of the year, the ATO's had poor luck with their mascots . . . the wildcat, Tau Tabby I, 'ijust died" .... Xlphie, the monkey. followed him . . . then a preying mantis showed partiality to the house until Pete Kesliug added it to a Kappa bug collection . . . Giving up with unusual pets. the men took in a dog of some sort which proved useful . . . kept them supplied with newspapers-the neighbors, . . . George Booth's pitiful tale of woe won him the honor of being Gloomy Gus at the Student Unionis Fri- day the l3th birthday party . . . Booth, Paul McEwen, Phil Zender and Nick Beers placed second in the Barbershop Quartet contest . . . Paul Bayer and YVayne Meyer served on the Traditions Committee . . . Dick Bidlake and john Barnett were on the Public Relations Committee. under the chairmanship of Tom lVood . . . XVoodie, a Bobcat. and Kesling, Blue Key member, were named to VVho's Who . . . Jay Corley was a Bobcat, too . . . Other activity men . . . McEwen in Chain Gang . . . Bill lVaChSmuth in Sophos . , . john Barnett swept away with the freshman vice-presidency . . . Help Week, a tradition originated by the ATO's, was carried on . . their pledges cleaned and repaired the buildings and grounds at the Arizona Children's Home . . . Bill Crary won the Arizona Inter-Collegiate tennis title . . . and was a fetching leading lady in "Arizona," their prize-Winning take-off on "Oklahomal', in the Varsity Show . . . Bill Gorham won the 147-pound intramural wrestling title . . . the local men finally Won the ATO sheepskin from the Tempe chapter. traditional trophy of the football game. -204- Pete Hobart Bob Holt Pete Kesling XVill Kulp Don Laidlaw Ron Leitch Ion Lundstrom joe Muinello Paul McEwen WVayne Meyer Mark Mielke Don Mitchell Bob Oury Keith Payne Bill Pegler Orin Primer Burt Rawlings Bill Reid Keith Renken Don Robinson Al Rochin Joe Shcid Dave Shore Dave Smith Dick Thatcher Dick Trexlcr jerry Ulcry Bill llfachsmuth XValter lVesch joe Wfisc Toni lVood Phil Zender 'GQ Joe Comer, Dick Trexler, Mike Adams, Bill Pegler and Tom Gray seem to take their female hasher as an everyday oc- currence as Gamma Phi Florence Archer campaigns for her homecoming queen candidate, Alice Allington. -205- ALPHA TAU OMEGA Virffinia Militarv Institute. 1865 D 118 Chapters Epsilon Beta. 1930 65 Members President ,,,,,c,c.,,,, ,,cic. P aul McEwen Vice-President .i..,, ...... X Villis Kulp Secretary ..,.,,,,., ..........,.., B ob Oury Treasurer ...... tt,,,,, 1 Yayne Mayer Delta Chi again rated high in sports . . . many representatives on varsity teams . . . Football team included Ray Hannapel. Glenn Lindner and Bill Nlishef- ske . . . Teddy Lazoyich and jim Brower, basketball stars . . . Tommy XVright. Don Lee and Hugh NIcXIullin gave the base- ball field a workout . . . Larry Monier. Bill Lawson and Eino Jacobsen raised dust on the track . . . Nlarty Farrell trav- eled with the swimming team . . . Sophomore Class President Doug Holsclaw. .lerry Ford. Earl Duke and Norman johnson were members of Sophos . . . repre- sented in Blue Key by Don XVat- son . . . Chain Cang, Daye Sak- rison . . . Bobcats, Ray Hanna- pel . . . Don XVatson's mind was usually on figures . . . was head of board of control as student body vice-president . . . Sal Cam- pagna became freshman base- ball coach . . . The social season was a success. too . . . Dances after the football games . . . Christmas formal at the Santa Rita Hotel with Pi Phi Margie Hinkle as sweetheart . . . rodeo dance and the annual Arabian Nights Dance in the spring when the house became a tent . . . In intramurals the men took fi1'sts in football, swimming, wrestling, ping pong, and handball . . . seconds in fall track. cross coun- try and horsesboes . . . their many trophies are the prize fa- vorites for anyone in a trophy- raid mood . . . The Delta Chi's complain they came home one night to find three-fourths of their trophies gone and only 300 left . . . They have great hopes of building a new house next year. Airs' ,,, bg Q -f Dick Albrecht jim Brower Price Curd Howard Enloe John Gesin Larry Hawkins Dick Keefe Bob Latorre George Alkire Frank Buchella Russell Davis Lou Enloe XValt Gillespie Doug Holselaw Mike Keevan Eli Lazovieh Bob Bailes Sal Campagna Evo De Concini Berry Estes Les Godare Norman Johnson Bob Kennedy Baldo Lutich Mickey Bernstein Jim Beriy Roger Coolahan Ken Coopwood Sam De Francesco Earl Duke Marty Farrell jerry Ford Dick Green Harvey Hale Charles Joyce Sid Kain Bryan Kent Phil Knight Carlos McCormick John McDonald Jim Birmingham Terry Cox John Eaton Don Funk Bill Hancock Gerry Kalyna Leigh Larson Dave Meeker Phil Monier Alan Palmer Vince Pellerito Jim Rogers Jerry Rutledge Dave Sakrison Roger Schoner Tom Stack Stan Staich AX Lloyd Stephenson Frank Stiller Ben Sturges Jack Turner Tom Van Atta Cary Vance Don Watson Al Webre Clayton Wfeimer f Aa 355 Dave Riese DELTA CHI Cornell University 40 Chapters Arizona Chapter, 1925 100 Members C , Sw rfb Wigs 3 2 W -g, s... fa Jsxknfiam. Who wouldn't look happy with girls lining up to see you? Gary Vance eagerly serves Sue Burrus, Kay Reppe, Marilyn Marsh and Ann Simley at a Tri Delt exchange. President ,,...,rt.... VValter Cillespie Ray Hannapel Vice-President ,,,..... Marty Farrell Don Funk Cor. Secretary .,..., David Meeker Price Ciu'd Rec. Secretary .,.. Larry Hawkins David Sakrison Treaurer ..... l.,...w,w. I im Berry Iohn Cesin Jim Rodgers and Tom Stack take their turn guarding part of the well- stocked trophy display. S14 my Arizona Chapter House, 1501 East First Street -207- A large fall pledge class pushed the membership to its largest in the chapter's five-year history on campus . . . The house was completely redecorated both inside and out ...A X mobile ferris wheel spinning to a theme of "Give a XVhirl for Nlom and Dad" honored parents on their visiting day '... Proving ".f X rizona First in Every- thing" the Delta Sig Homecoming float carried gold- plated men as trophy figures of varsity sports . . . they stood still as statues for over an hour and looked like the real thing . . . Tri Delt Cail Dunne was crowned Dream Cvirl at the annual Carnation Ball at Christmas time .... A King Farouk type of costume ran away with first prize at the traditional south sea island Sailors, Ball Nlarch 13 . . . Dear to all Delta Sig hearts is Sailor, the black and white dog who gathers doughnuts by the dozens in the coop .... X fine funeral service was held for "Duck Babe." their pet duck . . . accompanied by a mock hanging of the pledge who forgot to bring him in from the cold . . . Elmer. the parrot, fought with Sailor and was quite a hand with the girls . . . didnt hesitate to tell them so . . . The Delta Sig trophies were added to by Sopho Ramon Alvarez, who brought home the Steinfeld Cup from the intramural speech contest . . . For the greatest improvement in fraternity scholar- ship they won the trophy awarded by the Sigma Chi foundation . . . .lim Phillips was on Traditions Com- mittee and in Chain Gang . . . Owen Klaloy held Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Psi membership . . . Ed Shirley claimed Alpha Delta Sigma photo honorary membership. 'ffl-nn.. sm- .3 Ramon Alvarez Thomas Blue Norm Christiansen Al llarris Herb Beazley VVilliam Belt Stanley Berry -It-re Boyer james Brintnall XVilliam Carey jack Darnall Eugene Fest jeff Hardin Keith Harris Manuel Lopez Paul Maea Sleepytime boys Ed stone. Bin Belt. Keith Harris and Norm Christian- Owen MMP' Wk MCGmf'l Jim Minklfff sen display their finest attire for the pledge pajama. race. Beta Omega Chapter House, 1727 East Speedway -208- Clifford Monte Cerald Olney Frank Schweitzer Bob Spackeen Stephen Terry In the spotlight with a private Serenade is Jan Minkler at a Kappa,-Delta. Sig pinning party. DELTA SIGMA PHI Cary Neely New York City College, 1899 Ernest Retrmn 79 Chapters James Sommer Beta Omega, 1948 john Stewart 58 lW9Ull791'S President ,...VY.w.,.. ,v,,..,.,..,e,, I an Minkler Bill VVorthington Vice-President e,,.,.... V,,,,,,e,,,we I eff Hardin J M d B M Ramon Alvarez ames oo y uz ounes U K Q james Phillips Edward Poteet Sem ttmy """"' "'i"' O E123 galoy Edward Shirley Joseph Shirley 1 . . 6 'erry Don Stein Kenneth Stevenson T1 93511161 rA""" "'rrr Oseph Sh-lrley James VVilliams Stan VVilson ames PIHUIPS -209- lfr 'Q -pi: . FL flsfwrifeir I ' ff-waive" , . '1'2 3 ' :'xf,e::,w - fin. ' .1.,.e.:Wxi x .V Dave Abbott H. Bodcnhamcr Kenneth Brian Hubert Geyer Scott Cuth Vllarren Lamb jack Loekledge joe Michie Tim St-hryver The redecorated house got some new furniture. too . . . Pledges painted the outside during second semester initiation . . .The KA's won the December blood drive as 127 percent of the house donated pints . . . thatis quite a feat . . .A meatgrinder on the Homecoming float carried the pleasant slogan "Grind 'Em Upu . . . Scott Cuth made Chain Gang . . . Bob Trainor guarded campus politics as a member of the Elections Committee . . . Biggest social event was the traditional Kappa Alpha Dixie Ball held May 1 at the Shrine Club . . . all the men in full Confederate regalia . . . unique delivery of invitations . . . Confederate soldiers rode their horses to the girls' front door and delivered a formal declaration of invitation to the ball . . . Ready to help out other Southerners, they helped decorate for the Tucson Confederate Ball and were invited to it . . . The pig roast in Tucson Mountain Park was a great success . . . except that the pig, fell in the fire . . . Brought their dates to a Mexican dinner in the back yard . . . Had two steak fries, one in Sabino. the other after a long. long, mountain hike . . . Seemed to go in for boarding girls, dogs which couldn't be kept in the sororitv houses . . . Kappa Alphais went a long time with only one non-conformer, Bruce Sjurseth, to break the no-pinninqs record . . . Kappa .Iane Binda was Hose Queen. 40 nh 1 The Confederates are coming! Charles Cartoon, Jack Lockledge and Scott Guth ' ' ' ' D' ' Ball. spread the good word as they deliver personal Invitations to the 1x1e -210- JW B013 Trainor Bob Truitt Bruce Sjurseth Al Traficanti Johnny Wfalker Don XVolters KAPPA ALPHA VVashington and Lee College, 1865 76 Chapters Gamma Epsilon, 1949 21 Members President ............. .,..... B ob Trainer Vice-President ......, .........,,., S cott Cuth Secretary ......,,,. ..,.,. I ack Lockleclge Treasurer ....... ...... W arren Lamb Gamma Epsilon Chapter House, 1304 East Speedway KA "A pretty girl is like . . Bob Truitt in his May Vest get-up as he "arrives" for the KA's Varsity Night skit. in 'fxfl ' -211- John Hinkle kibitzes Bill Smitheran's and Norm Y . M...-. W. Speckmaier's chess game. Gamma Rho Chapter House, 1325 East Speedway The Kappa Sigs had their ups and downs in luxury - until the elevator broke down . . . Still a mystery - who is the mischievous Green Bean? He delighted in creating havoc. leaving mysterious notes behind . . . Norm Speckmaier voted by campus women as one of the five Nlost Eligible Bachelors . . . Homecoming float with fiye coeds and a huge re- volving pin took second in beauty . . The quartet sang its way to a first place in the Barbershop Quartet contest . . . Bill Crowe. varsity golfer . . . won int1'a1nural golf . . . their mile relay team took iirst and the basketball team placed second . . . Bill Smitheran played first string varsity basketball and was a member of Bobcats . . . Bill jordan was senior class rice-president. student senate vice-chairman . . . Smitheran and jordan were also on Traditions Committee along with Nilo Larriya. Tom Salyer. Bob Campbell and Frank O'Bryan . . . jordan was secretary . . . Other activity men were Charlie Durazo, Chain Gang, and lVayne Steward. Sopho . . , Louis Hopkins and Gene Baldwin were frosh basketballers . . . Varsity track attracted Clark Butts. Dick Sarrail and George Noon . . . Nilo Larriya served as vice- president to IFC . . . Stardust Queen at the Christmas formal was Pi Phi julie Knott . . . Herb Stokoe. XVildcat sports editor. looked forward to those nights at the print shop. 'SAW 9 it Qs, G ,f 'v- SMG. .3 john Allen Ted Anderson Charles Appel Frank Ariner jr. Eugene Ashton Chuck Badger Gene Baldwin Robert B4-hnke Harry Boone Chris Borden ArthurBrinknicyer jcrome Burley Clark Butts Bob Campbell jini Cherry Nlilliain Codd XYilham Crowe Ilonier Darnall Brown DuBosc Charles Durazo David Fuller Albert Cm-lderinan Richard Cilfillan Ceorge Crant Frank Hardesty james Ilaren Sam Haskins Robert Hopkins -212- Richard Baltimore Stanley Capin David Gardner james Hurley KE i is-V ' gf ,, 1.43, .. .f is .ii--3 - gag KAPPA SIGMA University of Virginia, 1869 127 Chapters Gamma Rho. 1915 SO Members 'T Edward Jacobs Arthur Lee Ted McDaniel Georve Noon President .vV...w... ....... T om Salyer Nilo Larriva Vice-President ,..,.. .,..,,., C huck Badger Roger Loftfield Secretary ....... ........ N orm Speckmaier Charlie Appel Treasurer v...w. .,.Y,.v A rt Tanner Stanley Capin A serenade celebrated the pinning of the Kappa Sig and Kappa presidents, Nilo Larriva. and Allie Newlin. Bill Jordan Dwight Lincoln Mike Meycr Zenas Noon John Rees Scott Schaffer WVayne Steward Dick YVheeler --213- 1"-uv Bob Kramer Roger Loftfield Paul Munclinger Frank OABryan Richard Reilly YVilliam Sillik Buddy Sykes Paul XVhite ,pdl 153' 64 3' 4' Fritz Krebs Nilo Larriva Graham Lotspiech Arnold Nlllllii Bill Nou Donald Poorman John Newcomer Max Prestridgc Larry Roberson Bill Smitheran Art Tanner Herbert 'Wolf Tom Salyer Norm Speckmaiei Otto Verch lllhitney Xlfolfe Chuck Balady Dave Barney Harry Blaisdell Charles Candiano Bill Corbin Dwight Darling Don Gilbert Rlcl Cuthman Tom Fitch Dick Fitzgerald Paul Farricr Harry Hecht Bill jackson Tom Keck Ernest Kleespic lim Little Bob Mallcrs Dean Nlarxer Caylord Maurer Carroll McAllister Paul Miner lack Morris Phil Olson Phil Pratt .lohn llcdfield john Robinson Eric Siburg Al Simpson The house received a new coat of paint and new furniture in September . . . was ready to host weekend football parties and Homecoming . . . Lambda Chi's are famous for their annual toboganning party . . . the 150-toot long slide looked strange in Arizona . . . Covered with 10 tons of ice, the slide was the means of entering the Cemeutlichkeit Q"Happy Timesnj party . . . Al Simpson, XVildcat managing editor, was a Bobcat . . . Fred lVeigand was first semester sports editor and second se- mester managing editor of the paper . . . Ken Zismann made Chain Gang . . . Ceorge Van Hecke and Carroll McAllister, Sophos . . . john Hedfields wife Stephanie was named Cres- cent Queen at the Christmas formal . . . Harry Blaisdell was president of Delta Sigma Pi and IFC rush chairman . . . Bob Mailers and Chuck Cancliano, members of Scabbard and Blade . . . McAllister was one of five favorites of coeds for Nlost Eli- gible Bachelor . . . Athlete Sid Payne was on the baseball team, and George Van Hecke, tennis . . . Easter and a Week at "Bain . . . Spring fever brought the Apache Dance . . . They invited favorite profs to the Apple Polishing Dinner . . . scholarship came up to fifth place among the fraternities . . . it pays . . . Heaven and Hell dance . . . which level was most crowded? - 214 -- AXA Boston University, 144 Chapters 45 Nlembers Vice P1 esident .....,........ Chai Seci etarv Iack Tregilgas Fred VV eigand Roger Way Bob VVhee1er Bob VVhitacre Bob VVhite Pete VanCleve George Van Hecke Ken Zismann LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Zeta Beta, 1947 President ....... ..,.,.. H arrv Blaisdell T1 6218111 er ,...,A, .,.... Ix eu Zismfmn 1909 ken ZISIHADII les Candiano Tom Keck B111 Iacksou lack Morris "A-a-a-a.-a-h!" screams Ruth Leinweber as Tom Keck guides the toboggan-not down Mt. Lemmon but the 150-foot slide at the "Happy Times" party. Zeta Beta Chapter House, 1104 East Seventh Street Just the thmg for our mantel says Stephenle Redfield to hus band John as she shows him the trophy she received for being chosen Crescent Queen. .............-...- -215- M2 . "T, ni--,T1i4ff?,g'? . : . g b MW" - L '3faeg5:fvQQrs,, i f . . W2 'sfr,SS,,yS4W 56.9 -f S i T M A A Upsilon Alpha Chapter House, 1801 East First Street The presidencies of the mens honoraries were almost monopolized by the Fijis . . . Dick Coutchie headed Bobcats with members Unkv Sundt and Charlie Leftault . . .Q Senior councihnan john Rosenberg led Blue liey . . . Hal NIcNair " was leader of Chain Gang and Dick Anklam was a member . . . Sophos mem- bers were Chuck Rucker, Norm Rich, YVendell Garrett. Neil YVard, Ozzie Burton and Curtis Jennings . . . Ozzie headed the sports section of the Desert . . . Coutchie-Armor ROTC Cadet Colonel, Rosenberg, Sundt and Leftault were named to XVhos' NVho . . . Skip Klatt acted as Air ROTC cadet colonel . . . Leftault, senior class president, also headed the Student Senate . . . Dick An- klam was president of the junior class .... A ctive during the week, the Phi Cams banded together for many traditional parties on the week ends . . . Many weird wishes were revealed at the Suppressed Desires dance . . . Palm fronds camouflaged the rooms for the Fiji Island Dance and surrounded the lake in the patio ...L A t the annual steak fry on Nlt. Lemmon a minister spoke and answered questions . . . The men got first look at second semester sorority pledges by having them over to breakfast the Sunday after pledging , . . At Christmas a party was held for underprivileged children . . . Eighteen major scholarship holders keep the house average high . . . They're athletes, too . . . track star Gene Fuller . . . football. Herky Berry . . . baseball, Hadley Hicks. 'W ,N la john Anderson Dick Anklam Emery Barker Bob Barnhjll Louis Benedict Gale Beaubien jack Braddock Russell Brooksby Richard Black Ozzie Burton Richard Carter Dalton Cole Dick Coutchie Frank Coxon Frank Day Doug Diggs George Drach john Ekhlad Paul Cleave john Hartman jim Herron Hadley Hicks Curtis Jennings Richard Joachim -216-- L. 4- "Load up your plates," says Bill Sanders at the annual Phi Gam breakfast for second semester sorority pledges. In line are VVendell Garrett, Lee Donohoe, Harry Templeton, Louise Broughton and Ken Kemmeries. PHI GAMMA DELTA he ' J VV21Sl1iHgtOI1 and IGff61'SOI1, 1848 Nobody steals the Phi Gam bell-at least not when its 81 Chapters guarded by a mob like this. Ed Voss, Dick McDonald and ' 7 Herky Berry offer encouragement to the watchers up above. Upsilon Alpha. l9Ll 75 Members President ...... .....,. P aul Cleave Herky Beriy House Manager ..............,... Dick Coutchie Cale Beaubien Recording Secretary .......,..V. Ross VVheeler Corresponding Secretary .... Dick Anklam Louis Benedict Ken Kemmeries Gerald Klatt Charles Leftault Pete Mayer Harold McNair Dick McDonald Mike McGregor Fred McVVenie Robert Morden Ralph Pateman Ralph Peterson Harold Reeb Iohn Reuter Ray Rose Charles Rucker Stan Smith Dave Sontheimer jim Stellar Wilson Sundt Harry Templeton Ed Voss -217- Lee Livingston Vincent Mann-hee Bob Nabours Bob Moore Ralph Silherschlug Doug Simmons Neil VVard jim WVarren Barry Aruulgl .Inu Briclwell jerry Clim- Boll C1-rumell V-l1Ullll'l'I1'clI'llIlL'5 l'uul lluuter Buclcly juries Dennis Buliut Hill Cru-m-ll Xuriu Curtice Don Clmcly' C1-urge llill Pliil Irvin Tuul Kellilwr Cm-urge Bates Bruce Chester lien Eicln-nluerger Cc-urge Crucly David llupps Juv -lenclies Alulm lic-mp Ed Biruiingluun Dun Cliizlpetti Duncan Fulton lliclmrd Criesser -luck lluucli Peter julmson Duvicl Kennedy - 218 A PHI DELTA THETA Nliami University, 1848 118 Chapters Arizona Alpha, 19:22 61 Members President ,,v.11 .11v,.......................,.,1w.. B ob Gemrnell Rusty Rumney Vice-President .,..,... ,,,,,,, S pike Parnell Lee Perry Secretary ...... v,,.,... D ennis Balint Treasurer ..... . ,.,,,.w Rustv Ruinnev Don Grady Louie Leisch This "hatchet's" putting the chicken's head on- George Bates cuts crepe paper for Bill Kordsiemon as the Phi Delts finish up their float-a ffiant chicken with the motto, "We're Layin' for You, Kansas." From here to eternity - ping-pong games at the Phi Delt house. Dave Kennedy, Dave Hobbs and Jerry Cline heckle Phil Irvin and Tom Kelliher. Arizona Alpha Chapter House, 1539 East Speedway The house of eternal ping-pong players seldom gave the front porch a rest . . . The yard was full of Homecoming activity as the men built a football-laying hen which Won second place in originality in the float parade . . . Announced Gamma Phi Florence Archer as Dream Cirl at the Christmas formal . . . ASUA president Jerry Young and Phi Delt president Bob Cem- mell made Blue Key and Whois VVho . . . Sopho jerry Hensley was also Artist Series chairman second semester . . .Tom Grimes, football player, Was a member of Chain Gang . . . Rusty Rumney, Ed Lafferty and Bill Kordsiemon. made time- on the track . . . Other athletes were jerry Cline, frosh basket- ball, Dick Criesser, baseball, and Jerry Young, swimming . . . Skier Barry Schuttler, president of the Sitzmarkers, was unani- mously acclaimed Bean King for his vast consumption of said product-in Flagstaff . . . The campus fund auction featured "Mystery Womanii Joe Leakey and Phil Irvin, "best looking freshman boy . . . joe jenckes played Price, the culprit, in 'Stalag 17' . . . The men gave their blood to Win second place in the Red Cross drive . . . Pajama-clad pledges zoomed to sec- ond place in the IFPC pajama relay . . . Social life vvasnit lacking either . . . held the Pirate Party and spring formal in May, celebrated founders, day in March . . , favorite exchanges were on the desert . . . Burst forth with 'SMalaguena', in the Spring Sing. -219- Frank Kennedy Bill Kordsiemon John Murphy Jim Oppenheimer Larry Peel Iim Liesch Tom Parnell Rusty Rumney Court Sheppard Barry Sc-huttler Tracy Thomas Paul YVenner joe Leakey VVilliam Moore Lee Perry Robert Sears Philip Stewart jerry Young Dicli Fe-1-lk-ry Carlos Ainuyu Hogcr Artic- Bob Busliroe Jim Cirvello Dominic D'Annzl Leo Dodds Ray Eclilund Jerry Ernst Guy Fimlarus BL-mo Fic-roni Herb Gerard Bill Craliam PHI KAPPA Brown University. 1389 3-1 Chapters Alpha Iota, 1951 -16 Xleinbers President ............,. ....r,. T Oni Rogers Vice-President ....,,. .,,,.... D on Lolir Secretary ',.,..,,..,. ,.,,,, L eo Dodds Tl'Gl1Slll't'l', ...,,. Herb Gerard .J , , I uu -uwQ,,,f "Barbequed beef, comin' up!" Jim Chambers "chefs" for Dick Feehery. Peggy Daum, Bob Bushroe, Jim Quigley, Jacqui Robinson, Phyllis Babbitt and Bill Kohl. Alpha Iota Chapter House, 1177 East Lester Street -220- Ray Hernandez Phil Iversen Bob Kabel john Klein Bill Kohl Ray Lawrenson Don Lohr jim Martin Peter Marx Brian McLaughlin Tom Miuphy Howar Novak Gene Pakozdi joe Peek Rowan Peters jim Quigley Bob Reis Tom Rogers Bob Small jerry Sweeney George Tannous Tom Tellez Marty Tynan Terry XVheeler Mary Ellison and Lee Atkins "ooh" and "aa.h,' over the wooden-bound scrapbook Phi Kaps Tom Rogers, Dick Feehery and Bob Reis presented to the DG's at their exchange. Over 300 Tucsonans attended the Stardust Ball held during the summer at the Knights of Columbus Hall . . . eved had a floor show . . The men and the Mothers' Club worked from june to August . . . Fall welcomed the members to a completely redecorated house and a refrunished living room . . . they still retire to the lower level for meals--and par- ties . . . Dances were held after each football game and especially in celebration of the Homecoming float Victory . . . their heavenly scene took first in men,s beauty division . . . gave their blessings to Kansas State with the slogan, uHeaven Help ,Emu . . . Chi O Iacqui Robinson was se- lected Sweetheart of Phi Kappa at the Christmas formal . . . Carlos Amaya, Bookstore Committee chairman and vice- president of Alpha Kappa Psi, was named to Whos VVho . . . jim Quigley, president of the VVestern Region of IFC . . . Tom Rogers was adviser to IFPC . . As Help VVeek project chairman, Bill Kohl Worked all fraternity pledges to earn money for the March of Dimes polio drive . . . soon after was elected IFC president for the second semester . . . Jack Schroll helped boost school spirit as a cheerleader . . . Leo Dodds was in Sophos . . . Phil Iversen, a member of Chain Gang . . . Tom Tellez was on the varsity baseball team . . . Phi Kaps and dates put on their trampiest slum- min' clothes for the Hobo Hop in October . . The chapter won the trophy presented by the Wfestern Regional for the best relations with the national office . . . Phil Iversen looked like a sure bet to take the Sack Time trophy for the third straight year . . . though last year it was engraved "Charlie Brownf, -221- PHI KAPPA PSI lefferson College, 1852 58 Chapters ,-Xrizona Alpha, 1947 39 Xlemhers President .,....,,... ,Tom Noonan .lim lVarhasse Yice-President ,AA, ,. ,,,,,,, ,,.Bi11 Bralell Fred Davison Corresponding Secretary '....... ......, T im Huhhard Fred Schacht Hecording Secretary ',YY,,,, ,.r.,,,,,,,, P aul Diehl Treasurer ,,,.,, Tim Hubbard ,Fred Davison joe Pitrofsky Art Anderson Jim Bright John Derby Jack Hannon Bernie Lennon Dick Bcyins Don Carson Paul Diehl Marshall Holman Don Matlock Arnold Boyer jim Casey Ken Dohrmann Tim Huhhard Dean Miller Bill Brazell Fred Davison Bill Hall Harry Kupper Tom Moss Marijane Moss meets her date, Tom Noonan, "at the Casbah" at the Streets of Paris Dance. Another year with great parties . . . the annual Pajama- rino with the house decorated like a kindergarten . . . dates fancied up those flannel pj's . . . Economy for float and Mom and Dads Day decorations . . . for house decorations an ancient model car bore the slogan, 'Long Cone, But Not Forgotten" in honor of the folks .... A month later the same car appeared in the Homecoming parade with the Phi Psi's, still in pajamas, pushing it and sticking in flowers . . . hastily-painted sign-'iVVelcome Alumsg NVe Thought the Parade NVas Tomorrowl' . . . Great pride in Don Matlock, uniquely voted by the cam- pus as winner of the Ugly Man Contest . . . his face got people to donate money for charity anyway . . . Dean Miller was vice-president of IFC second semester . . . He, Don Carson, Tom Noonan, Bill Brazell and Fred Davison were members of Traditions Committee . . . Sopho jim Casey was track manager . . . Paul Diehl earned the striped sweater of Chain Gang . . . Formals at Christmas and in the spring . . . Dining room was transformed into a French street cafe for the Streets of Paris party in March. Arizona Alpha Chapter House, 715 North Park Avenue 1 Pounding out a ragtime tune at the Tri Delt exchange are Carole Clark at the piano and Don Matlock with the guitar. Just watching are Dorothy Dudley and Budd Ramsey. ,4 ' ..v' . , . 1 4 Q -1, it ' . ...X C ' swf i , f, Kali Rick Neuer Tom Noonan Joe Pitrofsky Shel Potter Budd Ramsey Dick Roberts Bill Ryan Fred Schacht Alan Strucksberg Chuck Sutherland lVnlt Vreelancl -lim NVurl9asse The Pikes started the year running, winning the hbest male entriesv award in the Sadie Hawkins Day Race with Dogpatch pledges Larry Doyle and Art Filiatrault . . . Their hayride, the Pi Kappa Alpha- alpha Ride for the second time was a great success and promises to become a tradition . . . only it was straw . . . The house was converted into a den of iniquity-by decorations, that is-for the Barbary Coast Masquerade Ball . . . The jewelled pin given annually to the best pledge scholar was won by Bob Keiper with a 1.29 . . . The team was second in intramural handball, runners-up in horseshoes doubles . . Perry Peters was the first UA weight letterman and chairman of the lifting club Hlld team . . .Keiper was on the debating team . . . Bob Negrette, editor of the Newmanite first semester, moved up to presidency of the Newman Club second semester . . . He made Chain Cang, too . . . Duane Burr, Sopho and musician. was secretary ot Xlusic Teachers National Association a band letterman, member of Kappa Kappa Psi, and Phi Blu Alpha . . . Perry Peters made Pi Delta Epsilon, national journalism honorary, kept the VVild- cat copy desk lively . . . glady tells listeners of his trip home for Christmas . . . if they have a spare two and a half hours .... Alpha Chi Omega Nancy Nelson was selected Pi K A Dream Cirl. HKZS Bunny hopping at the Dream Girl Dance are Karen Lott, Duane Burr, Ruth Agard, Larry Doyle, Mary Beth Chisholm and Clint Cohorn. ck rl 6 PI KAPPA ALPHA University of Virginia, 1868 109 Chapters Camma Delta, 192-1 34 Members President ....,,...... .,..,,.. P erry Peters B0'm2Ba'lfer Cl. tc I Vice-President .,,..,.. .,,,,,., I ack NVarneke Siilgno Frilk Egg? 5GC1'efH1'5' -,'.e-'------- -----,-- D wwe BUIT Efiaresfin Arr Filiauault Treasurer ...., ,,.,,,, B ob Negrette Bob Keiper VVayne Kussrow -224- Bob Negrette Perry Peters "Pericles" Peters outplays Liberace as John Stair, Clint Cohorn, Jack Warneke, Jerry Caggiano, Charlie Laos and Larry Doyle encourage the maestro. , WW r ,- M, Iack Warneke L Gamma Delta Chapter House 1065 North Mountain Avenue Ira Warner -225- 4 ni' The big leap - Les Olver and Pres Harrington admire the Sigma Chi scholarship improvement lmphyd Ebel' 122355 You t:laZEn::'i'lfat1fn:3sg Pi K Phrs and their dates take it easy at the snow Ball held on Mt. Lemmon Jumpe rom 0 our g ' - Chuck Viggers, Shirley Rooker, Les Olver, Joyce Benning, Micaela. Blay, Dick Pooler and Tom Gilmour. The brothers experienced all the joys of moving into a new house in the fall . . . larger. redecorated. closer to campus, with horseshoe and volleyball courts . . . Great scholastic achievement . . . won the Sigma Chi trophy for the greatest improvement in grades during spring semes- ter last year . . . in spite of all night bridge sessions in the dining room . . . Their Homecoming float did a take-off on Charlie Brown in the Peanuts cartoon .... X showboat with a revolving wheel decorated the house for Mom and Dads Day . . . jud Schultz. Sopho, earned membership in University Players and National Collegiate Players . . . john Bailey made Chain Gang . . . Pi K Phi's went musical this year too . . . a six-man jazz combo pepped up many sessions . . . UA band members were Dick Stanbaugh. Beg Brooks. Les Olver and Bob Brown, president of Kappa Kappa Psi . . . President Dick Pooler was on the Book- store Committee . . .The house was transformed to a jungle scene for the Africa After Dark party in November . . . decorated with palm fronds, the living room had a lily pool . . . general trading store came in handy ,..l A frican music provided by a tom-tom band . . . The annual Snow Party, minus the snow. was held on top of Kit. Lemmon iust before the Christmas holidays . . . included a steak fry in Bear NVallow before taking over Bit. Lemmon Lodge . . . Blicaela Blay. exchange student from France, was chosen Rose Ball Queen . . . Singer Dick Nlouritsen presented a solo recital in March . . . Actives won both pledge-active football games . . . Big event was the upolice raid" on a Friday night party in the spring . . . Several of the boys invited an alum, who hap- pened to be deputy sheriff . . . he and a friend dropped by in a squad car, sent the boys scurrying over the back fence . . . guilty consciences? HK john Bailey Robert Brown Chas. Hausenfleck PI KAPPA PHI College of Charleston, 1904 46 Chapters Beta Theta, 1951 23 Members President, ..,,,r. ....wv. C harles Hausenfleck Dick Pooler Secretary .,....,.. ....... T homas Cilmour John Browne Treasurer ...., ....,v,Y.,.., D ick Pooler Charlie DeLeuW Beta Theta Chapter House, 631 East Second Street Jonathan Browne Toni Burk Donald Choisser Charles DeLeuw Robert Cray Thomas Gilmour Preston Harrington Cecil Hefner James Mitchell Richard Newhall Ceorge Schultz George Sypher Charles Viggers Donald VV ard -227- K' "' Ifraiik Aciaim Craig 13vrgr- Don Biicrr-kliii Z. Y. CLVil'Illrlll iilliiiif' Fink Bob Iioiir-ristviiiwl' Xinit Lau-i'n Bois Horton if Bod Aiilvs Doug Aiirc-ci Darryl Blankunsliip I Iarold Brandt Frosty Caiilan Stan Cook Tn-ci Fraser Aloim Hows Bncimly' Le-wix JilllXilliiUl1i5lII'LZ A Kifllllj' Carciulla Skip Corivy' Bill Fnlks-rson Bob ilncigins ,lim Xlagnason lim Patrick Boi: Berg Mika- Browning Dcrck Casaciy' Bob Craig Luci Cairn-5 Cc-orgc Joanon Dick XIcCaSiin Bill Pcrry j' Qs... " X4 The Minerva Four: Dave Thompson, Bob Craig, Skip Corley and Jerry Seiler-serenade their housemother, 'M'rs. T." Frank Craig Boi: Croninger Phil ,Ioanon Dan NiL'L11llg'i1iill Rod liUi7l'l Sid Davis Bay Gross Charley johnson john Mcnlicnnet XVait Rohr-rson Stan Dryc joe Duffy Dick Hanson George Hincnian Ed Kinnear Marty Lang Don Meyers john Mille-r Phil Bntkowski Howard Ryan vw 'Hx ik -228- 1. fs Arizona Alpha Chapter House, 1509 East Second Street Those who werernit on the football field cheered the many brothers who were . . . Kenny Cardella, Skip Corley, Marty Lang. Phil Butkowski, Buddy Lewis, Sid Davis, Doug Allred, lim Magnusson, Fred Schildmeyer and Bill McCormick . . . Cardella broke the con- ference record for rushing yardage gained in spite of missing several games, finished third in the nation . . . He and Lewis were All- American Honorable Mention . . . Cai-della made the SAE All- American Team . . . Walt Roberson was chairman of the SUAB. Howard Ryan was vice-chairman . . Cardella and Butkowski joined them as members of Bobcats . . . Sophos took Lang, Corley and Ted Fraser . . . Basketball star George Hountree belonged to Chain Gang . . . Tom Taylor and Craig Drachman were chairmen of the campus polio fund drive . . . The Sig Alphs again sponsored the annual Barbershop Quartet contest . . . boast their own fine four- some, the Minerva Four . . . a sorority favorite . . . Their band blew its way to a second win in the Varsity Night jazz Concert . . . The long hours of bridge weren,t wasted . . . led to winning the University tournament . . . Carl Thomas pitched top ball with the varsity baseball team . . . Trackmen were Schildmayer, Lewis, Mc- Cormick and Earl Jackson . . . They held a Christmas party for underprivileged children . . . The '49er party is a never-to-be-foie gotten costume party . . , Carol Mayle was crowned Cold Dust Queen. Henry Sargent Fred Schildmeyer Jerry Seiler Cordon Spangler Dale Stewart Bill Strassburger Tom Taylor Carl Thomas Dave Thompson Bill Telford Bill VV addoups Heitt VVard Bill VVhitney john XVhitney Jim NVillia1ns -4 -, -Q ' .-.5g::.,5:354gg:, P " -:fuses Q , ERE The traditional burning of the Sig Alph pin sym- bolizes the pinning of "Hank" Mantz and Ray Gross. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON University of Alabama, 1856 136 Chapters Arizona Alpha, 1917 S4 Members -229- President ..,.ssc..,,, ....... B ill Vlfaddoups Stan Cook Vice-President ....sss s.......... E cl Kinnear Bob Craig S6'Cl'Gt?l1'j '....., .,.... F rank Henderson Treasurer '... ...., .,.... C l iarlie johnson Travis XVofforcl , g 'X fs A W z R 1 9 l - if U4 ' ,fit L-5,251 -QA my ffm, X I mix Q X -2 Dave Andrews Ray Brown Toni Clarkson Jackson Eddy Ed llcbhclcr Richard Lilley Lewis MacDona Clelan Moore rltl Paul Bet-r Hoy Brown john Ion E Hank Kip L Bob B Bob IN Craddock ngstrom Kart-l ongan It-Curdy Iountjoy YV' Chostn the outst indinff Siffm 1 Chi chipter in the Wfest for the third time. the Uk Sigfs deserved to keep the Pro- vinct trophy permanently . . . YVith their thoughts in their pockets the Siffs 'lLf'1ll1 won first place in the menis division for house decorations . . . c-its robbing a stage- coach carried the tcndtr greeting to the couple inside, 'Hi lfolks, Hand It Over' . . . Their white showboat took third in the mens beauty division 'it Homecoming with the theme, 'lxansas Kats Ivipsizedm . . . Delta Gamma Loyce Hankins was crowned Sweetheart of Sigma Chi at the Christmastime fO1'IHLll at El Con . . . Santa distributed gifts to underpriveleged children at the Bob Briggs Bill Burnson Jack Dcring Buss Cragg Perry Lcibcr Bob Lowdcn Bob Maddox Lew Murphy le Bob Brown Lew Carson jim Dormann llank Harrison Chuck Leonard Eddie Lynch Gordon Modrall jack Ncrdrum - 230 annual Christmas party . . . Carl YVeiler and Nlark Owen played varsity football , . . jackson Eddy was a XVildcat hoopster . . . Giving the baseball diamond the Loren Oliver, Gus Stiles. run-around were Russ Cragg, jerry Tolle and -lack XVatson . . . 'lack Parsons, Eddie Lynch and jon Engstrom worked out on the track . . . Lew Carson received a trip to Chicago for winning an essay contest on livestock marketing . . . Burt Kinerk as president sparked the freshman class . . . jim Dor- mann, a Bobcat, headed Traditions Committee . . . Lau- ren Oliver dreamed up the card stunts for football games and put them into production . . . jackson Eddy, junior councilman . . . Sophos members were Hank Harrison. Buss Cragg, Bob Maddox and jerry Patterson . . . Lew Carson and Sid Shore belonged to Chain Gang . . . Blue Key members were Bob Brown, Gene Bobinett and Bob Nlountjoy . . . The Sigs hit both the dirt and pay-dirt during the UA Rodeo . . . 'kPrince', VVarner sailed 17 feet into the air from the back of a Brahma to win the beaver hat as Hardluck Cowboy . . . Bill Ullman stayed on long enough to become Champion Bider . . . Mel Potteris skill won the All-Around Cowboy award. 'Simi Beta Phi Chapter I-louse, 1510 East Third Street jerry Patterson Richard Peabody Currie Pederson Leon Savaria Ron Selilieliteineii' james Sliea Bill Ullman Jim XVarner jack XVatson Russ O'Crady Loren Oliver Mark Owen Bud Palmer jack Parsons Bob Pesqueira Norman Pretzel' VVillia1n Reilly Gene Robinett Robert Robinson Roger Schuyler Sid Shore Ronald Stiles Dennis Sullivan jerry Toile Carl XVeiler Claude VVlieeler Dick VVood john YVoodlJury -lolin Yaryan Sid Shore practices with a little heckling from sideliners Hank Karel, Jackson Dering, Jack Nerdrum, Russ 0'Grady and Roger Schuyler. Jivin' Jack Parsons gives Suzie Elibsen a whirl at the Kappa-DG-Sigma, Chi-SAE street dance. SIGMA CHI Miami University. 1855 123 Chapters Y Beta Phi, 1921 80 Members President ,.,..., ......, C laude Wfheeler Don McKenna Vice-President ....... ....e. D on Mc-Kenna Sid Shore Recording Secretary .,.,,... ,,,,,, B ox Maddox Lew Carson Corresponding Secretary ........ ....... 1 iuss O,Crady Bill Burnson Treasurer ....,., ...... R oy Brown Last years pledge class built a pineepaneled game room in the basement . . . with a special nook for the new TV set and new furniture .... X big black boot moved down the street to win third place in men's originality division in the Homecom- ing parade . . . theme was "Get Out. Old Lady. Were Giving Kansas the Bootv . . . Twice each year a Sunday dinner party was given for all girls pinned to brothers . . . Georgie Fulton. Kitty Kat cartoonist. had several of his cartoons re- printed nationally . . . Don Duerson, Sophos . . . Dick Glassock. Chain Gang . . . Harry VVestover headed the fraternities as IFC president first semester . . . Bruce Stetson kept the funds for IFC . . . "Blom" Nlcl-Iugh had a tea for all the other housemothers in March . . . Palms decorating the house and sarongs on their dates provided a great Beachcombers Party in Xlay '... The annual YVhite Hose formal was held April 10 with DG Xlargie Ferber crowned as queen. Intent upon the new TV set, Wayne Johnson. Clela Key, Harry Anderson, Bill Easterling, Dick Glassock. John Hodge and Bill Short await the outcome. .l Epsilon Alpha Chapter House, 1023 North Tyndall Avenue Bob Bonaparte jim Deaderick Ed Fleury Ken Geiger John Hodge -232- Harry Anderson Barry Bowen Don Duerson Glenn Frenzen Dick Glassock XVayne Johnson .- 911 Don Anhorn Ted Buford Bill Easterling George Fulton Roy Haskell Lyn Joscelyn g- Gordon Barker Charlie Carter Dick Fiske john Garretson Malcolm Hillocls David -lunge Frank Larriva Stan Morgan George Phillips Jack Roth Jay Shepardson John Ullom W , Bob Lowe Joe Murray Bob Preskar Al Rumley Bill Short Harry VVestover Sandy Luce Fargo Nelson VVayne Rainey Duke Schneider Ron Slyter George Willbanks Mike O'Connell Bruce Riggs Larry Shaw Keith Taylor Richard XVilson EN . Wifi ' - G rrrhyy Q X 1 F2 5- , Like coming out of a maze, Ed Fleury, Bruce Stetson, Glenn Frenzen and Dick Glassock meet at the four front doors. SIGMA NU Virginia Military Institute. 1869 118 Chapters Epsilon Alpha. 1918 President ,.,..... 51 Nlenibers .,....Ioe Murray Bruce Stetson Vice-President ........ ....,,,, G len F renzen Secretary ..,.. Treasurer ......,. Sandy Luce ....Don Anhorn George Fulton .Dick Glassock Ed Fleury The Tau Deltis Spring Fiesta topped their social year . . . the all-day affair at Sahuaro Vista was complete with swimimng. as much barbequed beet as any one could eat plus an evening of dancing . . . The Mt. Lemmon Snow Party saw a fierce snowball fight in which several new candidates were scouted for the Tau Delt pitching staff . . . jack XValtuch handled the job of Desert business manager . . . Jack Leykowitz held the same position on the lVildcat and gave his services to Blue Key . . . XValtuch was a member of Chain Gang . . . lValtuch. Ierard Selinfreund, Dick Xlodell and Xlel Bob- bins were members ofthe debate squad and captured the intramural crown . . . ln- cense, a darkened opium den. plus colorful oriental costumes provided atmosphere for the Chinese Opium Den dance . . . No sooner had the painted slanted eyes been washed off than the fraternity built their 'iXVhich Twin ls the Phoneyl' float for Home- coming . . . Dick Xlodell as assembly chairman, planned the XVednesday Varsity Nights . . . Selinfreund, Ben Bowsky and Nlurray Rogow were in Sophos . . . Stan Farber was elected treasurer of Phi Delta Chi, national pharmacy honorary . . . Xlonte Kobey won the ping-pong intramural title . . . The Tau Delts used several booths. their band and a skit to become top money winners in the Hillel Carnival for the benefit of the Combined jewish Appeal . . . The Bhythmairs. under direction of Levkowitz. played several engagements around town. "Join the party!" Arleen Singer, Box Axelrod, Earl Terman and Zeta Lee- son are given a hardy welcome to the open house by Stan Farber, 4 PJJS l I if Tau Delta Chapter House, 901 North Tyndall Avenue - 234 - Bob Axelrod Ben Bowsky Gerry Gross Dick Kolm Stuart Nlann -loe Berger Marty Creenbaum .lay Kahn jack Levkowitz Dick Modell Gerry Paller if Stan Reinlmus George Rotliblat Jack Saxe jerry' Selinfreuncl Bernard Serbin Bud Silver Mike Sutin Earl Terman Max Volk jack VVLlltLlL'l1 Charles NVhitel1ill Ronald Wfeiss TAU DELTA PHI City College of New York, 1910 30 Chapters Tau Delta, 1949 26 Members Presicleut ..l,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,l,,,,l,,A jack NValtuch Nlel Robbins ViCe-P1'eSiClent wYwV..... ,.,..A,,, E arl Termau SEC1'9t3l'y r....,,..w.. .,YAA.... B ernie Serbiu David Dietz Treasurer ,..,.,,. .,.,.... lX 'Iel Robbins Bob Axelrod NG g W: N 000 1 li-MT mu- S "0rientals" Earl Terman and Pat Levi look at a bit of good advice on their way in to the Tau Delt's Opium Den party. TA -235- Best place to study? Handy to the phone, any- way, are George Franklin, Bob Larson and John Davis-if Walt Frohn hangs up. An old style car and a take-off on Burma Shave signs on their front lawn won first place for the Theta Chi's in house decorations on Blom and Dad's Day . . . The judges had to stop to read the slogan . . . "XVith Straight 8 Boarin, and Chassis Greased, NVe Think Youire the Most to Say the Least-Shanghai Latherv . . . Their float won first place in the University section of the Tucson Fiesta de los Vaqueros parade . . . a replica of the Gadsden Purchase with models of Old Tucson and the San Xavier Mission . . . The actives bowed to the pledges in the pledge-active football game in December . . . At the Christmas formal at the Santa Bita Hotel, Marilyn Howard, Delta Gamma, was chosen Sweetheart of Theta Chi . . . Bob Christopher swam on the varsity team .,., A western dance. the Circle Bar X Quote their Greek lettersl was held in the spring . . . house dances on Friday nights and a spring formal in May . . Con- struction was begun for a large new kitchen and dining 1'oom . . . Theta Chis plan to eat next fall. Arthur Barlow Glen Cederquist George Conley George Dempster George Franklin Richard Jacobs Ted Needham -236- have Paul Beeler Bob Christopher Gary Crowe Bill Esser XV alter Frohn Steven Kreyns XVillian1 Rieches Tom Berg Robert Collier john Davis Carlos Estrada joe Gouldy Bob Larson David Roalstad Alvin Sankey Clyde Shields Pete V oevodsk William Schober Robert Schouf Donald Simpson james Taylor y Stan Xviiltlllklll lVillia1n YVillis X , .. A . .-li " .fyv '2-f 4 .Tp ,u fv WY, W' WT 1 f ,A V fM,.,,1-,H Q ia - fvffw 'V ,X ,A we ' T. A F M in ,W ,,4f.,M . ' 4. ,- - v- ,ny L -V - FW if.. N ,gn 9: . , 5 .,,i 44, L X ...l 1 1, . , Qs ' 3:35251 af."-yi. ., , M Qt, 4 3 ,, 3 -i ' ' f - w 4,423 X- Wgy U, I. it THETA CHI Norwich University. 1856 H0 Chapters Beta Iota, 1941 34 Nlembers President ...... .,,,,,,, X V alter Frohn Georffe Franklin 5 Vice-President ,,,,,. ......,,..i J im Taylor Jack Pfister Secretary ...... ,,,,,,,i,,,, B ob Collier Bob Christopher Treasurer ..... ,,.v...... P aul Beeler Beta Iota Chapter House, 906 North First Avenue -237- It's exchange time with the Gamma Phis. The four toothpaste smiles belong to Julie Ellis and Jack Pfister, seated, and Dick Jacobs and Gail Whitaker. The high peak and the proudest attainment of the ZBT's year was the winning of the Interfraternity Council scholarship trophy first semester . . . Bob Cale and Dick Felger led the men with 1.0 grade averages . . . Reaching the top post on campus committees were Dave Rabinowitz, Academic Committee chairman. and Dave Kessner. Artist Series head . . . Neal Kurn and Dave Novick worked on the Artist Series Committee . . . Other committeemen We1'e Dick Herbst, Social Life . . . Milt Liebhaber. Bookstore . . . Larry Sandell, Public Relations . . . Herbst, Rabinowitz and Kessner, Traditions . . . Rabinowitzs activities won him a place in YVho's YVho and Blue Key . . . Paul Brandes Worked with the other Chain Cang members , . . Kurn and Sandell served with Sophos . . . Future businessmen in the house were Brandes, Kurn. Irwin lcove, Steve Silverstein and Bob YVeiler. who were members of Alpha Kappa Psi business frater- ity . . . Plaving with the mortar and pestle was Bob Schwartz. member of Kappa Psi, pharmacy honorary . . . Bol- stering their fine tennis team was varsity tennis player Neal Kurn, aided by Murray Norkin and Bob VVeiler who Worked with the frosh squad . . . One of the highlights on the social calendar was the masquerade dance given by the pledges, complete with costumes, confetti and balloons and sparked by pledges'impersonations of the actives . . . Later in the year a treasure hunt party sent couples dashing from one end of town to another in search of crazy clues . . . New officers were installed at the annual spring banquet, when fraternitv awards were presented . . . Last fall after six sleepless nights their Homecoming float was ready to roll . . . as XVillie the Penguin held a block of ice over a demoral- ized Kansas State football player, a radio tower was blasting forth with the words, "XVillie the Penguin savs, Kats Kool Kansas" . . . As usual the pledges harassed the actives with continual kidnaps and walkouts . Dave' Garber was voted the outstanding hiker after walking back from the desert for the third time. i 1 Ian Alexandre and Ben Shindell work on the ZBT float which insisted "Willie the Penguin says, 'Kats Kool Kansas'." ZETA BETA TAU lan Alexandre Paul Brandes Paul Fabricant Robert Farber New York Unjvc-1-sity, 1898 Howard Feldman Richard Felger Robert Gale David Garber 47 Qhaptm-S ' Harry Gordon Richard lleibst Irwin Icove jerry Kaplan fxlpha Omicl-On' 1926 Tave Kaufman David Kessner Morton Klebe David Kahn 34 Members President ,........... .......... D ick Herbst V ice-President ....Y. ,.,.,,, B ruce Morrisen Secretary ......... ..... B ob Schwartz Treasurer ...... ,,,,s. L arry Sandell -238- Neal Kurn Milton Liebhaber Alan Montag Bruce Morrison Murray Norkin David Novick David Rabinowitz Larry Sandell Leonard Scheff Robert Schwartz Ben Shindell Steve Silverstein Jerry Sonenblick I. B. Tonkel Bob VVeiler Alpha Omicron Chapter House, 445 East Fourth Street Z T -239- Q , Rope-swinging Lee Garrison loops his calf in 24 seconds ' flat for third place at the UA rodeo. Sprucin' up the yard around the Aggie House are Roland Briggs, Ray Latta. Bill Griffiths and Bill Wright. Twenty-two Aggies live in an independent co-op house incorporated by the state of Arizona . . . In September they held a "begin the year" steak fry . . . Moms and Dads were entertained at an openhouse on their visiting day ...A A fter the Homecoming game a dance was held at the house . . . Christmas time and spring time both called for Aggie stomps . . In April an openhouse was held for the state meet of the Future Farmers of America . . . Throughout the year the Aggies dominated Rodeo and Aggie Club activities . . . won the trophy for mens organizations at the '54 UA Rodeo. . . Tom Brown pounded the gavel for the Aggie Club . . . Terrill Bryce served as vice-president of the Rodeo Club . . . Terry Iennings traveled with the University Livestock judging Team . . . Lee Garrison took thirds in calf-roping and team tying in the UA Rodeo . . . In llltl'k1Il1lll'tllS the Aggies won their league championship in football and placed second in basketball . . . Some kind benefactor added to the Aggie stock by putting a live pig in the house early one morning . . . took the Rodeo YVeek corral in exchange . . . it showed up on Engineers, Day tied with kelly green ribbon . . . Seniors, before gradu- ation, made the animal Nogales Rum Run . . . an Aggie form of farewell party. -240- Dick Barney Bob Harman i Sherman Bielfelt Terrill Bryce Terry Jennings Truman jnston I AGGIE HOUSE - Tucson, 1937 12 Members ' President .....,...,.. ..........., D ick Barney Truman Iudson - Vice-President ........ ...... T ruman Judson Secretary ............ ......... T om Brown John Wright Aggie House, 819 North Euclid Bill Cox Clyde Cumming Frank Flores George Callaher Lee Garrison J. T. Haas Ray Latta Ierry Lorance Clarence Miller Wagner Scliorr Lowell True VV alter Van Doren -KWQWF -241- 1 Ianis Axton Lucille Bateman -lanct Busby Cay Clawson Sue Payne Ann Stockwell Myrna Tanner -loneal xvlllllllllfi LDS members rated Blom and Dadis Day as very successful for prize-winning . . . june Hoppers father returned to Schenectady, N. Y.. with an blanket under his arm for coming the greatest distance for the occasion . . . Mr. and Mrs. George N. McRae of St. David. parents of Don. Neil and Rey, received a blanket for having the greatest number of children in school . . . the boys' high scholarship broke a three-way tie . . . The choo- Choo train on the roof brought fun to the folks too . . . ln the Homecoming parade, a 1'ather un- appetizing scene followed the theme of "Lets Kan Kansas." spelled in tin can covers on the side . . . Ann Stockwell was a finalist for ROTC Military Ball Queen, nominated by Company B . . . Dick XVilliams was initiated into Tau Beta Pi, engineer- ing honorary . . . Dances were held after all the football games . . . Stuffed animals were given as favors at the Christmas formal . . . the house was a wonderland in red and White . . . Cove Allen and Robert johnson played football . . . Kenny XVilson. basketball . . . Clarence Fenn was on the tennis team . . . The treasure hunt finally led to the steeple on top of the house . . . A slightly con- fused Santa Claus appeared at the Halloween party . . . Sophos members were Dean Karchner, Stanley McRae and Carl Miller . . . Bob Owens and his moot court partner won the regional contest and went to the competition in New York . . . The Institute got a thorough shining and polishing after two or three general work days with everyone pitch- ing in . . . During April the strains of their uphil- harmonic orchestra" could be heard practicing for the performance of its great opera, "Mary Had a Little Lambf, presented at the Spring Carnival . . . A recreation area is being planned for the east lot . . . patio, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts and a fireplace. X.- XN, f ,M , rances Nickerson 4 in Q- Alune llopper Margaret Huebner Marilyn XVood Elzeda Young 52 "Let's Kan Kansas" urge Marilyn Wood and Jay Allen on the Home- coming float-a gruesome thought, perhaps, but prompted by the proper sentiment. Gamma Omega Chapter President .........,..c.,............... Ann Stockwell joneal Williams Vice-President ..... ...... S hirley McDowell Dorothy Brewer Secretary-Treasurer .......... Elaine jackson Myrna Tanner Janis Axton -242- LAMBDA DELTA SIGMA Universitv of Utah, 1936 Gamma Alpha and Gamma Omega, 1937 Gamma Alpha Chapter President ...,......,.v............................,,.,a.. Neil McRae Frank Gibson Vice-President ....... ee,,., S pencer Holladay Kenny Wlilson Secretary ....e. ..,,.,. R ichard Abbott Jake Doss T1'CaSll1'E'1' ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,, P aul Bunker "Time to pose but we're kinda shyv - Bobby Backstein, Jake Doss, Dorothy Brewer, Joneal Williams, Irwin Black and Janis Axton. 1 R, 0. sf GX f, gl 20' Chapters 68 Members Ervin Black ku ,W f "Nw fwfr jay Allen Bob Backstein Frank Gibson Lambda Delta, Sigma Chapter House, 1000 North Mountain Avenue v..:..:,.: 1 i:,:. fx A Vqqq Ervin Black Dennis Cluff Lowell Decker Jake Doss Don Duke Clarence Fenn Byron Forsythe 3 Gale Hollaclay Spencer Hollaclay Neil McRae XV alter Rawson Douglas Reneer YVm. Rothlisberger Keith Shreeve -243- 'l 5, , 'WEN In their "home" in the Coop are Fred Kroll, Mark Moore, Tom Burnham, Bud Dyke. Dick Deci, Pete Raskob's hair and Paul Ginn. He says his hands were cold, but it looks like Pete Raskob can,t wait to accept that first place float tro- phy from Bobcat Dick Coutchie. A great year for the Sig Eps ...A A handful of men suddenly blossomed on campus and went great guns, increasing their numbers as they went along . . . earned the respect for working hard and achieving prizes in competition with large groups . . . all with the goal of going national Sigma Phi Epsilon fra- ternity . . . Xlarking their first and last year as a local . . . the Sig Ep Club disappeared when national officers installed the men into the national fraternity in May '... Started out the year hy winning first place in menls originality for Homecoming floats . . . after building up curiosity by placing signs all over. "The Sig Eps say, 'Beet Kansasf' - the float showed a large red beet, a stack of cans and guess what else! . . . Proyed they were red-bloocled by tying for second place in the blood drive . . . Zoomed almost to the top in scholarship. took second among fraternities first semester . . . Ed Harris was voted the coedsl favorite as Most Eligible Bachelor . . . Gil Brooks was in Chain Gang . . . Dick Guthrie and Gene Gwinn on Engineers' Council . . . Les Nlclsean blew his way into Kappa Kappa Psi. band honorary. SIGMA EPSILON CLUB University of Arizona. 1950 29 Members President .... ii.,,,,, C lene Gwinn Dick Brubaker Vice-Pres .t,,t,,,,t, Dick Murphy Pete Ras 'ob Secretary, ,,,, ,,,,, L es McLean Paul Ginn Treasurer ,,,,, Y,,,,,, D ick Deci Byran Alldredgc Dick Alleman Russ Boehm Perry Bothe Gil Brooks Dick Brubaker Dick Dcci Bud Dyke Paul Ginn Dick Guthrie Gene Gwinn Ed Harris Bob Masters Les McLean Mark Moore Dick Murphy Pete Raskob Tony Raskob -244- Organized for service and fun, the Tucson men began the yearis activities early by Welcoming freshman girls at the trains, buses and planes and tak- ing them to their new campus homes . . . one Hjobv they willingly go out for . . .the early bird . . . Again acted as hosts on High School Senior Day, when they take the visitors on campus tours . . . meet the girls before they even get out of high school . . . convince them What a great place UA is . . . More service provided when they gave rides for blood donors to the Pied Cross blood bank in Tucson . . . A little social life, too . . . Several Potato Chip festivals in near-by desert Washes . . . Pledges Went down to defeat in the annual pledge-active football game . . . Bob Booth was a member of Sophos . . . Brendon Flannery devoted his services to the track team. a "Here comes Flannery!" and the crowd cheers. Spunky Brendon ran his heart out in every race and the one time he finished out of last place the crowd went wild. w-4--.gmpafm Dave Allais XValt Blakeslee Dale Granland Glen Hiscox Jim Moore "This job we like!" Helping fresh- men Mike Massoglia and Kenney Mae Ruud get settled in their Yavapai home are Brendon Flan- nery and Bob Booth. -245- TOWNSMEN University of Arizona, 1939 23 Members President ...........,,...,............. Bob Creelx Vice-President ........ ........... B ob Booth Secretary ....................,,.. Dale Granland Treasurer ',,,, ..., ..,,.., B r endon Flannery Dick Blakeslee Tom Butterfield Bob Creely Dick Knisely Pat Beidy Don Turner V I O ff f"1'+2i..'. , ral W :f . W, .W S-.fix ,il 1 V f 1 4 me , , D .. 1. YES' v 'wmv - '.1'ef2-5 :+- W- .we--4g1p'115 . -semi: fri. 2llN:"1H'I' -PTY:-f 'fi4:QQ3ll'3fZ-'i' ,ff'.L5-3k2Jf.4.',.'u?"' :Q P23-jj 7' C -sig.. 1 fi'-P'a'2.'-7"'-2.146525 'f'?i2g'3?fi'93'.' 31,13-V -et.. ..,,,,,.a1 ' A BILL KOHL Second Senzcstcr Prcsiflleui hy' HARRY XYESTOVER First Sc'nu'.s-Im' Pres-idcfiit i.l.c. Interfraternity Council Row 1: A. L. Slonaker fadviserl, Nilo Larriva tfirst semester xice-presidenti, Bruce Stetson isecond semester treasu- rcrj, Carlos Arnaya. Boh Negrette. Har- ry Blaisdell. john Tverhcrg. Row 2: Bill Kohl tfirst semester trcasurerj, Skip Corley I second semester seeretaryi, Jack XValtuch. Rusty Rumncy. Mike Sutin, Gene Gwinn, Dick Bruhaker, Kelly Hock- cr. Row 3: Harry XVestover. Charles De leuw. Ray Hannepal. Larry Hawkins, Stan Cook, Dick Coutchic, Dick Poolcr, Vs! Au Dick Herhst, Toni Rogers. Row 4: George Franklin, Fred jones. Bill VVorthington, Paul Gleave, john Gesiu, Dennis Balint, Don Carson, XVill Kulp. Not pictured: ,lay Corley, Tim Shryver, Tom Salyer, Tom Noonan, Dean Miller tfirst semester sec- retary, second semester vice-presidentl, Don McKenna, joe Murray, Perry Pe- P x. - H. I C o I I 5 3 ef ters, Mel Robbins. i.i.p.c. Interfraternity Pledge Council Row 1: Tom Rogers KIFPC aclviserj, jim Keyes Csecretaryi, Barry Brown fpresi- denti, Hadley Hicks Cvice-presidenti. Bill Reid ttrcasurerj, Row 2: Murray Norkirn, Dave Novick, Carlo Haynes, john Davis, Don Gilbert, Bill Ehringer, XVayne Kussrow. Row 3: Dick Dotzenrf-rl. Pete Voevodsky. Art Filiatraut, John Merritt, Paul Miner, Jim LaBellc, Cipriano Trillo, Tohy Armer, Craig Berge. Row 4: Bud llininan, john Ullani, Perry Bothe, Bob 'l'ruitt, jim Bright. Row 5: Tom Clark- son, Mike 0'Connell, Boh Geyer, Don Buerchliu, jim Haren, YVes Ford, Bob Masters. Not pictured: Tom Murphy, Boh Small, Carroll Mc-Allister, Bill Korcl- sienian, Ray Rose, Dick Stein, Dave Dietz, Bob Tratuni, Jack Houck, Ken Brian, Bob Shoal. -246- S gila hall 'SE OFFICERS President ..... ... ......... . ........, X ' ivian Clark ViCG-P1'6SiCl6'I1i V.... ..,,,, P hillis XVeinstein 1' S9Cl'Gtil1'Y .AV,VYV,w ,,,,,A fl nn Steenbergen Tl'9ilSlll'6'l '..., ,...., S andy Schmitt 1 ...Ai l Gila Hall lVith excess money in the treasury. the girls finally de- cided on a television set . . . installed last fall . . 1. Big playing cards stood before the hall on Mom and Dads Day . . . i'lVelcome to the King and Queen of Unr Hearts" . . . Marilyn Dodson reigned as a finalist for Homecoming Queen .... -Xt a Christmas party the girls gathered gifts for charity . . . They exchanged bas- kets at Thanksgiyinq and lollipops on Valentineis Day . . . cooked patio slippers . . . served refreshments at hall meetings. The TV set added this year attracts Susie Smith, Sheila Mulvihill, Vivian Clark lseated on floorl, Nancy Kronen, Jean Federico and Sandra Schmidt ton the couchb. Row 1: Georgia llaught, Frances James. Bobbie Marks, Helen Haxton, Arline Norrington, Nadine Smith, Mary Ellen Finch, Mary Ann Mills. Patricia Kline Helen Bundle, Nancy Kronen, Suzibell Piatt, Marlene Stahl. How 2: Joan Volckhausen, Peggy XV1'ight, Pat Lindquist, Joan Knight, Cleo Carlton, Darlene Denton, Diana Heard, Elissa llanhila, Lois-Lynne Allard, Virginia Pearson, Helen Jean Burney. Row 3: Julie Hodge, Kathleen Micke, Charleen Erwin, Mau'- lene Stone, Carole Anne Miller. Barbara Crawford, Carol Carter, Barbara Smith, Janice Myers, Marilyn Dodson, Peggy Tillotson. Row 4: Barbara Parker Linda Mcllyain. Ginger Johnson, Oween Cameron, Louise Murphy, Janet Vivian, June Morton, Janice Catlin, Cris Fitzpatrick. Barbara YVhiteh0use, Shirley Mattson, Mable XVhite, Derry Ziemer. 5- , ,rl L 1? A 4 l , Y,.,,.f I fl l 1 , . , t - .P -. or s.,wvw1'l'0vWw.wvrww -248- maricopa hall OFFICERS President ,,,A,,A,,,,,,,,.,.AA,,......,,,,Vw..,,,, Dorothea Minor Vice-President ,...... ,,,,,, N orma Santa Anna Secretary ...,,w,,A.. ,,A...., J oan Hosdovich Treasurer .v,., ....... H elcn Woo tiff! 55:51 to .M X V4 ., s,.i.- Ar.. Maricopa Hall The girls had a fine experience living with the two Fulbright students . . . Michaela Blay of France and Elvira VVeiss of Germany . . . Toni Valentin, XVrangler secretary, was also recording secretary of Newman Club first semester and corresponding secretary second semes- ter . . . Helen YVoo, president of Alpha Epsilon, wom- ens business honorary . . . The annual formal party was held for the faculty with entertainment by the girls . . . A Christmas formal was held in the hall, too . . . Saguaro figures dressed as a cowboy and cowgirl waved at the folks . . . The slogan-L'Nlom and Dad, XVe're Stuck on You" . . . Toys were given to the children of migratory workers . . . Clothing was collected for the needy . . . In the fall a barbeque was held in the patio. The Maricopa gals keep stocked up for Sunday moming breakfasts. Jo Minor, Beth Hoffman, Bob- ette Crandall, Sunny Scholthauer and Virginia Go- ette raid the ieebox. low 1: Marilyn Pruden, Frances Nickerson, Connie Alkire, Mary Mt-Canne, Carol Caldwell, Barbara Castle, Joan Coppo, Mary Skillman, Lou Lowry, Nicky Lehnan, Dorothea Minor, Donnell Kraelner, Marlys Campion, Jean Isaacs, Charlann VVa1'd. ROW 2: Jeanne Bihl, Janet Krause, Mary Hamilton, Beth Hoffman, 'irginia Coette, Rona Kroll, Jeannie Kirkland, Doris Seidentopf, Bobbie Robinette, Rosemary Miller, Shelley Heath, Betty Lou Chmiell, Jonne Kronick, Jan ,ytle-, Patty Maker, Terryanne Ackosta. ROW 3: Sandy Solomon, Bernice Becker, Louise Firestone, Joy Peerce, Pat Hussong, Judith Hawley, Marianne iunro, Pat Ashley, Barbara Seligman, Micaela Blay, Norma Santa Anna, Nancy Ertle, Sue Jones, Marian Renetzky. Row 4: Joan Renoc, Glenda Xlestenberg, lelen Nickerson, Gene Collins, LaVon Martin, Marjorie Denny, Peggy Burket, Carolyn Cum, Diane Olson, Pat Burteh. Hrs. Edna Snider lhead residentb, Iecelia Nitchy, Ann Crawford, Bonnie XVilliams, Connie Bilardello, Crystal XVilson, aww rx NK X N25 Joyce Benning, Helen XVoo. WWW c "" " """- ,V me ite wi X s 1 f' - ' 1: . X Ma as is Q , ' waz ll .aa " " - YW, I SfaaQir2Q'sa A 4. ga., ,M ' , Q is J E ,3 K. , , .1 afrassffv - - 'S sew is-aces' W2-QM X. - g,,,xi,' 3 GQ W A 1 ' Raef? 1. Jas. 1. Ms.. .... ... ms. How 1: Grace Hunt. XYaml11 Taylor. Shirley Koepke. Tonnnie lane Bolieu. Pat McArthur, Adrienne Pulley, Arlette Martinsen, Chloe Ella Noble, Arlene Mar- tillwll. BL'I'5'l Burt. Row 2: llelen Lopez. Frankie Lou Brown. Molly Thouirson, Janet Kennedy, fNI3'rna Cuenther, Janice Axton, RQIIHOIIQJ. Gonzales, Evelyn Dnngan. Mary Lou Samuel. Ann Stalleup, Ann Petren. Row 3: Velma llughts, Elzada Young, Norma Crahtree, Mona Munch, Teddie Burch, Phyllis Munch, Elaine Kezes, Ann Toles. B1-tty Nlnneh, Laura Lopez, Kathleen Shogren, lune Hopper. Kathie Pruetz. ,Qi on-e""' ,af I pima hall OFFICERS President ....,,......1.,,.1,,,,,, Catherine Pruetz Vice-President ..,,,. .....,,1111 L aura Lopez SECIPUIIY .......... ........... IN lyrna Guenther Treasurer ....... ,...,. F rankie Lou Brown The Pima Hall girls make college life easier o11 the fam- ily pockets . . . eooperate in doing their own cooking, cleaning and planning of meals . . . see all the shows in the auditorium as they usher . . . thanks to the eager friendliness of Craee Hunt. the troop of the Caine Mu- tiny Court Nlartial Came over for coffee after the play . . . the actors asked what there was to do in Tucson and soon were stars of Pima hospitality . . .Toys ex- changed as Christmas gifts were soon given to the XVhite River Home for Indian Children . . . Mortar Board Mona Nluneh was eo-eliairman of the AVVS re- gional convention . . .was featured as 'iCoed of the Month" in American Magazine for her Work with for- eign students . . . Markie Barker, FST. was treasurer of SUAB . . .Spurs claimed Beryl Burt . . . Ann Dhu Stallenp, Desert Queen finalist . . . Ann Toles, presi- dent of Orehesis. Betty Munch and Wanda Taylor put the finishing touches on Santa. as Arlette Martinson, Tommy Jane Bolieu and Beryl Burt supervise. -250- f - ' s.-:Mad 4 ,-L, Q.. , A . , Pima Hall tow 1: Patricia Moore, Ellen Hunt, Jane Binda, Mary Rosen, Ellen Ericson, Ann Gallaspy, jackie VVeil, Marti Toomin, Nancy Carney, Eugenie Engels, Gerry Read- ng, Anne McLarry, Donna Moore. Row 2: Rosemary Forbes, Lois Kerns, Gulianne Cooper, Barbara McNeil, Carolyn Flickinger, Mary Kay Venberg, Francia lack- on, Nancy Lundstrom, Ginger Clark, Lori Triolo, jane Hughes, Cherry Hines, Donna Barley, Janet March, Gwen XVilliams, Anne Boice, Mrs. Martha Hall Qhead esidentl, Alice Poffeffiold. Louise Van Tassel, Peggy Bayless, Nancy Wood, Ann Blundern. Row 3: Marilyn Davison, Catherine Saunders, Leona Bond. Rael Car- gill, Peggy Froman, Ellen Uhli, Pamela Sellew, Marty Luellig, Mimi Callahan, Sue Cosden, Arclis Noonan, Glena W'illiamson, Gail Beisemeyer, Pat Patterson, flartha Morrow, Judy Myrho, Ann Rocbex, Pat Brown. Row 4: Elizabeth Anderson, Julie Ellis, Harriet Sprague, Susie Erbsen, Beth Morris, Carolyn Cislaglii, Bernice Gembala, Collyn Bruner, Bettie AndrSWS, Elaine Rogers, Mary Manker, Pat Loose, jill Bernheimer, Rose Marie Packard, Susan Freiberger. Row 5: Iarlen Oscarsen, Pat Barnum, Diane Shepard, Jan O,Neill, Shirley Loftfield, Sally Gottliebson, Nat Vincenti, jan Ashton, Beverly Hulse, Ruth Green, Joyce Drove, Doronda Baker, Mary Lee Stromber, Lynne Markey. Row 6: Katherine Meyer, Bev Kauffman, Lyn Krug, Nancy Nelson, Elaine Klein, Carol Green- rerg, Kate Stanley. Row 7: Ann Degnan, Shirley Odom, Gay Leary, Miriam Wiilson, julie Herren, lX'Iarjorie Grusan, Sherrill Hough, Kathleen Kuse, Delores Doud, Susan Shelley, Merle Templeton, Jane I-laggerstrom, Kathleen Bowen, Mrrilyn Murdock, Cynthia Fry, leanne Nickerson. The freshman gals depicted themselves in their Mom and Dadls Day decorations . . . showed the typical freshman girl experiencing her first time away from home . . . green socks, green hair ribbon and a huge overdrawn check over the entrance . . . and the suitable slogan, "Are We Glad to See Youll, . . .Ann Degnan was chosen Yavapai Queen at the annual dance in March . . . Most Eligible Bachelor finalists chose her and the four finalists, Jennifer Steph, Ioey Holter, Tippy Sharpe and Sally Cronin . . . The dance had a Mardi Gras theme . . . A patio party was held in the fall for all the 2 , dorm newcomers to get acquainted . . . Ian O,Neill, ii editor of the Newmanite, Was also province recording secretary of the Newman Club . . . Favorite prank was setting off the fire alarm, sending all the girls scurrying. J Looking happy that the weekend has come at last, Ellen Hunt, Joey Holter, Molly Ryder, Donna Moore and Marilyn Marsh sign out. yavapai hall OFFICERS President .....,,,.,.. ..... .,....,. E l len Hunt Vice-President ...... .............. I an O,Neill Secretary ,....,.... .,...... B 'largie Buckeye Treasurer ,,.... ,,.,,,,,,,. A nne Boice Yavapai Hall - 251 - yuma hall President ,,,.. ,,...., OFFICERS ,tloan Doone Fish Vice-President YYA,.,. .,... Secretary ,,,,, ,,... Treasurer A.A.. ,,,...,Claire Cofine 5 . fi .. ,K 4 , 'N Q S i 'mu ee" N. Sw Z- 5 Kathryn Creff - Nancy Anderson ,gg Yuma Hall The folks were welcomed by a big door mat in red and blue and a YVildcat Uivinff a 'iCat XVelcome,' . . . Sev- P1 5 eral swimmers got together a good intramural team and 'ag' swam as Mennaids in the Aquacade . . . Barbara Blom, Mary jardine. Bay Sisson. Linda Bjorklund, Sally Bing- ham, Pat Coette. lVilma Huggett and Doreen Dumont . . . Drama students Carrie Green, Nancy Doyle and Millie Strickland belonged to University Players . . . Nancy Doyle and Kathleen Campbell made Zeta Phi Eta, speech honorary . . Barbara Daniels reigned as Freshman Queen at the Fathom Fantasy dance . . . Ioan Price was a finalist for Rodeo Queen . . . Barbara Ring and Michelle Mason wore the circle of Spurs . . . Members in Alpha Epsilon, commerce honorary. were "nn Marilyn Roach, lereth Long. Nancy Anderson. Mary lo Bartch, Carol Dutter, and lo Bunch. "l-I0w're current events?" Involved in Time magazine are Cathie Liebenguth, Doris Grant, Tex Hainze, Marilyn Norman and Barbara Blom. Row 1: Cherie Vyinsloxy. Ondalyn Mull, Margie Corrin. Susan Conniff, Carol Dietrich, Carol M'alker, Bay Farmer, Ann Simis. Pat Coette, Cay Murphy Row 2: Adele Mansour, Barbara Bracco, Judy Ann Cuffey, Cathy Creff, Nancy Doyle. Mel Bellman. Sheila Halpert, Lynn Mackisir, Sally Bingham. Row S: Kathryn Lutieh, Carol Coflielt. Camille Sink, Cathy Liehenfluth, Sally Hall, Carole Engelhardt, Anne Pessin. Row 4: -Millie Strickland: Barbara Bing Lec Thien. Barbara Richards, Virginia Lathers, Millie Hugget, loan Doone Fish, Claire Cofine, Lori Maslcy, Patricia Hoffman, Sandra Chrono, Aloel lxratz fl 1 Vs Ulf 0' '-15 -252- Arizona Hall Norm Rich was secretary-treasurer of Sophos and pres- ident of the American Chemical Society . . . Hal Thomas. assistant head resident, was president of Advertising and Marketing Club first semester . . . president of Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising honorary, too . . . Norm, Hal and Bob Backstein were on the Traditions Committee . . . Chuck Croombridge and Norm worked with Alpha Phi Omega, service honorary . . Neil Wfard made Sophos . . . Favorite prank was taking beds apart and hiding them in the attic . . . The treasury produced a new Washing machine. Waiting in anticipation to see if their Boy Scout tactics work are Mar- vin Pitts, Hank Ninde, Norm Rich, Chuck Groombridge, Paul More and Carlos Trinidad. arizona hall OFFICERS President ,,,v,.,e..,.,,s,,...,,....,..i,, Dick Murphy Vice-President ..,.....,.r... ..,,.r, H al Thomas Secretary-Treasurer ...,........., Brook Berger ' RQ low 1: Harold Thomas, Bill Toon, Sam Foster, Robert McNabb, Carlos Trinidad, Bruce Crow, james Fordcmwalt, Charles Croombridge. Row 2: Ohxer larrington, Jim Johannes, Paul VVenner, Don Bartlett, Robert Backstein, Neil XVard, Henry Ninde. Row 3: Ramon Lomeli, Norm Rich, Bert Slater, Charles lregg, Dick Murphy, Richard Christiansen, Jack Young, james Ericson. .Q -e , -'Q ' 3 1? Rfk :yy ii gid En gdpq 6651 l hm.-u N .i'. f ' I - . ' li 4. .1,. 3 3 A-t,,, , ' ll M 1, J iii V,g, 5 V,,,1, 4 5 f 2 y i 15, f- i , 253 I ug,-Q T ' . if ' -1' . l' 1' ,fi i fx , , N.,-" E B .sr X w Lg, t 3 8 if It W l as as B sl B Y' 1 'W Q at wr 1 sf :sf xl 34, N as K if ag , ' la l iff lltefl 5 X. .S it 4 os wi ll Av 4, an I f 6 .. 5 'Q ig 9 X Y .I ef:-W N ,J , sf as . 1. .f ,KW D 1 Q p I 259 gl 4 Q? ff 'i I V ,, Q 'G'-M. NEW, . p . tl I l hrs Q an Row 1: Alwyn Anderson. Howlett Smith. Antonio Ruiz. Frank Over, John Bigando. Archie Scrivner. Pete Revello. lack Kinkelc. Charles Hopkins, Bob Canter. Bob Crouch. Bob Dodge. Hank Browne. Row 2: David Greenfield, Norman Takvam. Bill Bryant. Carl jones. Fred Hirsch, Tommy Goodale, Alphonse Nlarra, jack Knapp, Tom Nlorledge. Richard Scott, Ernest Thode. joe Lopez, Lowell Ormand. Row 3: Glenn Ormand. Dave Hall, Don Garcia, Tom Ladd, Constantine Benis. Dale Allen. Earl Duke, Bob XVilliains, Amos Decker, Joyce Barber, XValter Toy, jerry Ford. Ralph Stephens. Row 4: Chuck Malone, Dan Blcdigovich. Bill Truman, Dan Espinoza, Peter Troost. Dan Brown. Gil Brooks. Bob Beck, Kcith llarlis. Robert Bloomer. Frank Over was associate editor of the Desert and sec- retary of Alpha Delta Sigma . . . john Kinney, Kitty Kat editor, was treasurer of Alpha Delta Sigma. advertising honorary . . . Contributions were collected for the sup- port of a war orphan . . . On Blom and Dads Day an Indian wrapped in a blanket made smoke signals which read. "How, Blom and Dad!" . . . Oscar Islas played with the varsity basketball team . . . -lack Kinkele was president of Alpha Kappa Psi. business honorary . . . Bob Beck and Gil Brooks were members of Chain Gang . . . Beck was chairman of the Student Union House Committee . . . Prize trophy of the year is a heavy ball of cement . . . captured from the top of the gate of the institution in Tempe . . . in memory of the big game. XV ' ' X U ul Involved in a typical pastime in the halls t'r'W4liQf+3jQQ? are John VV00dy, Bill Bryant, Bill VVolfson ' ' and Felix Imaizumi. laik OFFICERS President c.... .... ................. G e orge Mallas Secretary-Treasurer ......,...,....... Gil Brooks cochise hall Cochise Hall - 254 - low 1: Phil James. Barry Bleakley, Ray Hannapel. Row 2: jim Magnusson. Bob Hilt. Don Boxvt-rinan, Sam johnson. Sid Davis. Row 3: jim Thorpe. Bob ohnson, Eric Holsen, jim Vessels. Glenn Bowers. I OFFICERS President ,....i,.,......,.,...,,.....,... Ray Hannapel east stadium dorm X mf-S, 'fr 'ii 4 if we ' W ,xg a i www' The athletes of East Stadium have their own unique Claims to fame . . . They formed a fraternity-they say' . . . Epsilon Sigma Delta CEast Stadium Dorml . . . strictly for meatheads . . . requires curtains on their windows . . . Canlt throw water at the girls below... Bart Klaus was the founder . . . they drew up their own charter this spring . . . Square dances in the lobby every Saturday night keep them in Condition-they say . . . Art Lupino was appointed Chairman of the Student Union clean-up committee . . . won a contest for the best hairdo on campus-they say . . . Nick Condora was known in the dorm as the Best Built Klan on Campus . . . In a generous moment the men donated S100 to the Broken Hearts Club-they ..., LX farewell party was given for Bart Claus . , . and a pinning party for 5 , Bill McCormick. "She said 'yes'!,' Jim Magnusson registers success to Dick Christensen, assistant head resident. ' NNY R -255- AKC 3152- XX E iii- - 5 Q H L - X 5 Q East Stadium Dormitory Hopi Lodge Gene Ciechanowski edited the XVildcat this year . . . until he was among the students who died from food poisoning at the Student Union - or so the April Fool issue of the lVildcat said . . . Chick was also said to have attempted suicide three times when he was relieved of his position by next years editor . . . The dorms Homecoming float carried a rotating silver dollar with a VVildcat head on one side and its tail on the other . . . with the slogan. "Heads or Tails. Wildcats lVin" . . . Kansas State are NVildcats. too . . . Hadie Redd was a spark on the varsity basketball team . . . Bob Simmons worked with Sophos . . . Chain Gang took Art Gon- zales and elected him secretary-treasurer . . . Val De Danta led Newman Club as president first semester . , . Steve Shannon and Bud Davidson were on Traditions Committee. A piece for everybody-Hank Pearce, Steve Shan- non, Val De Santa, Hadie Redd, Gil Gonzales, Joe VVha.ley and Ron Blazina tear apart and devour the Sunday morning paper. Ron 1: Henry Pearce. Steve Shannon. Ernest Chavez, Tom Burnham, Sam De Francesco George Chrlstensen Larry Higgins Steve Ixearns Richard Shurrma Ron 2: Tom Dunn, Mel Arthur, Lynn Raskin, Pete Najera, George Noon, Bud Dyke Byron Alldredge Stan Staich Row '3 Ron Blazma John Stewa Eugene Trujillo, Mark Moore jr.. Bill Breed, Ruben Donnadieu, Buddy Davidson Frank Scholev Rav Lee Stan wVl'lltt1llTl G1lbert Gonzales Herbert Ne-me Donald XVolslagel, Kerry Allen, joe Urias, Ed Staich, Robert Simmons. 22525 Ll. JF 11 -2 -, wp. rw navaio hall ,df -,...-1 OFFICERS ff President .,..,......... ,..,,,, B ill Smitheran , m In Vice-President ,,....,... ,.................,. B ob Pirtle I 5 H Secretary-Treasurer ....,,, v.,,,,.. L ouis Deckelmeier ' l I E l f--- -... gc Q ' I rllllil - lub 1 1 1 an 1 41. Navajo Hall Navajo Hall won the fall intramural track meet . . . had an "all hall, steak fry in the fall, too . . . Refreshments were served to parents on Mom and Dad's Day . . . On the football team were Glen Bowers Cco-captainj, and Bill McCormick . . . Hoopsters were Bill Smitheran on the varsity and Larry Brown. Bob Howell, Bill lVagner and Bob McLain for the frosh . . . The University broad- iump record was broken by Rial Andrews in the meet against Southern California . . . Clark Butts, Dick Sar- rail, lValt Goodwin, Ken Pfenninger, and Bruce Smitham worked on the track. too . . . Cordon Blodrall. Tim Nlc- Daniel and Larry Buch gave their all to the UA swim' ming team . . . Smitheran won a place in Bobcats, Tra- ditions Committee and VVho's lVho . . . Gene Ayers served as president of Pershing Rifles. Douglas Whitnell at the piano and Larry Smith on the guitar pep up a song as Bill Hagerty. Larry Ruch and Elmer Moore add volume. nw 1: Marcus NVilliams, Keith Rottman, Charles Preble. Edward F. Rachnic, Donald Mt-Causlan, Larry Lockhart, Bill Love, jim Rea. Dick Sarrail nw 2: Lester Percell. Bill Hagerty, David MacGregor, Donald Dickson, Larry Brown, Bill Smitheran, Kenny Pfenninger, Mal Andrews, Louis Deckel- eier, Peter Stow, John Carr. - 257 - 3.4-q.m:'.5..ww w..:.,: un g -ff as,-X... bww 'dill' we -+ x A A sa... 19 Row 1: Roland XViese, Armando Romo, Ronald Dick, jack Mason, Arnold XVright, Roland Roden, Robert Dawson, Jim Alspach. Row 2: Mike Molohon, Alex Madrid. Lawrence Pope. Ernest Zuick. Santos Flores, David Humphrey, jim Casillas, Lowell Brower, NVatson Major. Row 3: Fred Kroll, Robert Schulze Frank Xllattles. loc Lorang, Leon Coar, jim NVcld, Jack Craig, Harry Kupper. Roger Hodges. Row 4: Hal Moyer, Bruce Chester, Jerry Cline, Byron Aughenl baugh. Robert Bennett. Dave Taylor, Dick Mates. Robert Lerch. Row 5: .lohn Oder, Ralph Richey, Dave Few. XValt Jaeger. The front door had plate glass in it . . . that is, until Bud NVright broke it with his head as he chased a friend . . . Mom and Dads were received into an open house decorated for the occasion . . . Gene Robinett, Blue Key member, served as secretary of Arnold Air Society . .. Theta Tau, professional engineering fraternity, claimed Glen King, Robert Meitz, John Beam and Chuck Leon- ard . . . Carl Thomas was on the varsity baseball team . . . First Stringer Ted Lazovich and freshmen Leon Coar and Lowell Brower covered the basketball court . . . Bud Palmer traveled with the livestock judging team . . . john Beam talked his Way into first prize in oratory during the intramural speech contest . . . Head resident Allan Stanton was president of Club and frosh basketball coach. tit Engrossed in a poker game are Bruce Chester, Eddie Lyan, Harry Kupper, Jim Alspach, Jack Mason. Leon Goar and Ralph Ritchey. OFFICERS President ......,,.....,.i.....,,,.i... ,i.,,..,...,,.,.,. B ud Palmer Secretary-Treasurer '.... . ...,. Richard Rogers papago lodge PAPAGO LODGE - 258 - F ii 'fm . iff I tg Q Q up A I in A gi, 7 iilggfg yalfillai """ be , Wffmnslillfebizf 3' n- V " nfl , ' Q15 HS mea' -4 9 3 x ,N 55 . , 'ww e ?X:"i'V5L'if 4? ,, f, , I ' . 5.,ffj,r11af,i3t ,tw wl' " :V .r v ,Q 1 , V A . A t P Nfl . .,,, A- V sm . fe'-f Q - i W 'HQ 7 P r . low 1: Ronald Dunbar Bill Reillv, Gerald Shooter john Robinson Pete Kesling, Richard Harris, Ed Shirley. Row 2: Howard jenefsky, Ronnie Silverman, liehard Segal, Michael Chriss, -Don Urrea, NVayne Arnold, 'Carol Park. Row 3: Reg Brooks, Stanley' Spray, Kwan Ho Kang. Dean Kartehner, lim lhurchyard, Stan Hobbs. Row 4: Neil McRae, Kenny VVilson. Rey MQ-Rae, Holy Hing, Mathew Shannon, Don McRae. Pete Kesling, Blue Key member, was art editor of the Kitty Kat . . . also president of Pi Delta Epsilon, jour- nalism honorary . . . Parents of Don, Neil and Rey McRae Won an "AU blanket on Mom and Dadis Day for having the most and smartest children in school . . . Members of Sophos were Stanley McRae, Dean Kartch- ner, Carl Miller and VValt Rawson . . . Freshman Don Lee pitched for the varsity baseball team . . . other baseballers jack Davis, Ernie Oosterveen, Tom To- mooka and Tom VVright . . . Don Hollev played foot- ball . . . Roger Nichols Was a trackman . . . Richard Segal, president of Delta Sigma Rho, forensics.. . Carol Park, president, Phi Delta Chi, pharmacy honorary . . . Brad Hoffmann, president, Model Railroading Club . . . Wes Ferguson, president, Square Circle . . . Neal McRae, president, Lambda Delta Sigma. Harmony? Ronnie Silverman pounds the keys as Richard Segal, Jim Churchyard, Myron Free- man and Bob Bogner join in. I S. K. X 5.55 : Dix , a Q I i N In We-if-M gllielug E .n u u . ..u.. Pinal Hall -259- , aff-"itll if-, X-W' ' I vt, sf , s .,-i N- was . mg, ., if aft ..I..,,- -'V . ,NV ss l'Wf:....,. ,,., .......-.--..-- M: L OFFICERS , President ,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.r...r.r. Ronny Dunbar Secretary-Treasurer ,,,.,r, ,.,,,,. D iCk Green " polo village 6 fa 3 ' , . gist x A OFFICERS - f -"K ' A- 1 35 Y 'Q i -X ' Y Sf Klayor ........... ..,,,.. , .....,,,.,.,....., . .lxen Dellaren ' 'fif , p Vice-Nlayor ......, ..... ,,,... ...... B L 1 d Palmer U H Secretary A,,,, ....... N Iary Alice NVallice .- , Son Treasurer ,.,,, ,.,, , Dale Zimmerman 1.3-J' iz. ' bk .awww "Just one more story, Pop!" Bill Kimmey takes time out from his journalism studies to help his wife Mac entertain son Billy. Supervised by the Polo Village Nursery School, the play- ground keeps the kiddies happy while dads-and sometimes moms-are at school. Tony Roda's home is typical of the four-room f Alix, F quonset huts in the village, which may be rented - A4 furnished or unfumished. Polo Village Council Dick Shinn, jim Houston, Mary Alice YVallice, Donnic Tate, lien Dellavcn. Jim Garcia, Clem Sonoqui. Bill Kiinmey. Kirk Storch, Dale Zimmerman. Not pictured: Bud Palmer, Eileen Clark, Barlmrzr Garland, Andy Crust-, Dick NIL-Cuftic. 'Vp , ., ,W,3.g.z. 1 '32 sv ,K 4 4 5' 4 5. 0 I The Polo Village Council, elected each Oc- tober, handles problems such as recreation facilities, speed limits and upkeep of the homes . . . serves as the bridge between the married veteran students in the village and h school officials . . . Revenue is provided by a tax of Sl per year per residence . . . "Quon- set Quotesf' a free newspaper, is published bi-monthly . . . the name was chosen in a village contest . . . This year a Christmas party was held for all the children . . . and the first annual PV Day was open to all V residents. , '99 "2 x'nc-g fs' , l r ,cV. was .. -260- honoraries X M 4 I ,'1-, ' ' bl k Q Q ' qw U9 ey X3 . . 'y 1' M - v if ,A V W, . , National Upperclassmens Honorary .. Q 2 ag H. ! ' 1 V .X A! iq! V ,. 5 Y N , .U ' ,.' 6 B' Y 'f " ' . x ul? D asv Ak' X 1 9 s Q QS' .. Row 1: John Hoscnlucrg lpresicli-nt7. Pete KL-sling, Bob NVils0n isa-crctaryl, Bob Brown. Huw 2: Dun' Rulninowitz. Icrry Young, Don Xlhtson. Seutc-cl on wull: junk Ln-vkowitz, Bali Gemnu-ll. Cc-ne Rolminvtt lvicc-pre-side-ntl. wgnx, 8555. Q X1 D r , shi National Senior Womens Honorary Row 1: Joan Moran. Anne Spore-r, Sargic Jones. Row 2: Gail Dunne, Mary Jo VViniberley, Ioan Engliolm Qsccreturyj. Ann Dunning Qtreasure-rj, Peggy Daum. Row 3: Mary Stagner Cpresidentj. Mona Munch lvicc--presidentj, Helen Hurbison. How 1: Huy llunnupcl, Iluwurd Hyun, Phil Rutkuwski, Tom XVOQcl Csccrcturyl, Cone Ciuclmnowski. How 2: Dick Coutcliic Cprcsidm-ntj, Cliarlcs Leftault, lVils0n Sunclt. Kon Curdcllu, Xllilt Rohm-rson, Al Simpson. Not pictllrc,-cl: jim Dormunn. Jay Corley. l gl ' '- V' 1,55-V JM- "V I9 :-' r- G 4-Af, P - , Hz."-4-ii Y V . Q2 V H ,, 'W' if , kg i bobcats Local Senior Men's Honorary . 7 YH-4 --262 - chahigang Row 1: Pat Anderson. Markie Barker, Nancy Martin, Marie Irwin. Bow 2: Bonnye McFarland, Pat Kunze, Peggy Reeve. Joyce Ballard. Row 3: Virginia Brown, joan Hedrick fpresi- dentb, Betts Beneker, Tccia Huneck Csecretary-treasurerJ, Peggy Cox. Not pictured: Suzanne Bradley Richerson, Carol Fitch. Q ,,,. lx ' 'A -' :... y i ,,x. 533 -, 5 gg, ' 'i ?isf'r ' f "'A ' 1 - , .,,. s. zi. ir.. ,, f ' 1 -'E ,xLu Q1 quxu 4.-3. ...,.. it . h 5, Vi in , I 'zriz t ' : -,..r. awx ff' ml Row l: Alice Leyland, Nancy Faulkenhagen F redricson, Carol Tiedman, Lee Atkins, Susan Stille, Michelle Mason Cvicc-presi- dentk, Gwen Best fpresiclentj, Jane Alderman, Janet Baker. Row 2: Ann XVeatherly DuBois, Betty jo Ewing, Sonia liarscn. Karen Miller, Nancy Naujoks Ctreasureri, Cynthia Gardner, Ann Pittenger, Mona Anderson, Phyllis Babbitt, Marjorie Beeman tsecretaryl. Row 3: Beebe Rae Davenport, Sarah Gibson, Mary Ann Beiser, Barbara Blue, Beverly Perkins, Anne Fordyce, Mona Bambauer, Beryl Burt, Barbara Zerrien, Daryl Mailloux. Not pictured: Elizabeth Coleman, Nancy Coulson, Nancy Krick, Valerie Layton, Mary Raney, Barbara Ring, Diane Staunton, Sus- an Swanfeldt, Ann Vickers. ? , . r,- Ptow 1: Art Gonzales tsecretaryj. Paul Brandes. Paul McEwen. Dick Anklam, Dave Sakrison, Harold McNair tpresidentl. ,lim Phillips, Row 2: Lew Carson. Tom Grimes, Phil lrersen, .lohn Tverbcrg, Sid Shore, Ken Zismann, Paul Diehl. Gil Brooks, Scott Guth. Bob Ne' grette. Bob Beck. Charles Durazo. Not pictured: Frank Farrington, Dick Glassock. George llountree. ,lack Wal- inch. Gerald Xlilliams. Hsin Local Junior VVomen's Honorary spurs National Sophomore VVomen's Honorary Hou' l: Stanley McRae. Donald Duerson. Neil Xl'ard. Nor- man Wlohnson. Doug Holsclaw. Bob Crouch, Carl VI. Ber- ninger, Hank Harrison, Murray Rogoxr. Robert Simmons, Ramon Alvarez. Row 2: Marty Lang, Neal liurn. Bob Maddox. Dean Kartchner, Carl Miller, jerry Ford, Earl Duke, Charles Rucker, Russ Gragg, Curtis Jennings, David Grove. Row 3: Gene Beach, Larry Sandcll, jerry Selin- freund. Norman Rich Csecretary-treasurerJ. jim Mulchay tpresidentj, Ozzie Burton Kvice-presidentj, NVQ-ndell Gar- rett, ,lim Casey, Ben Bowsky. Not pictured: Duane Burr, Chuck jones, Bert Slater, XValt Rawson, jerry Patterson, George Van Hecke, Bill Xlachsinuth, johnny lohnston. Leo Dodds, Skip Corley, Bob Booth, XVayne Steward, Ted Fraser, Bill Truman, Carroll McAllister, Lee Myers, George Bir. , C g'i.ff '-' ' E3-5 Sophos National Sophomore Men's Honorary i 264 i . K H PHI KAPPA PHI National Scholastic University Honorary l . , , - . .., M .ax-:Q How 1: Ceorge Caldwell. Andrew Douglass. Lutie Lee lligley ieorresponding secretaryl. Sue Cin. Roy Craesser, Larry Cray itreasurerl. Elsie Nlorris. Xlailaee Schaffer. Ken Murphy. John Leonard. Row 2. Lathrop Hoherts. Howard Tench. llarold Kotzker, Marie Hamilton. Desmond Powell. Samuel May- nard. Newell Stewart. Harry Krunilouf. Frederick Conrad. Helen Nicholson. Richard Clifford. Row 3: Charles Piekrell. Elias Pressley. Clifton Quinn. Charles Barnes. Xlary Caldwell. Loyal Cryting iyice- presidentj. David XVindsor lsecretaryl. Allegra Frazier. Edwin Kurtz. XValker Bryan. Not pictured: XVal- ter S. Phillips ipresidentl. K PHI BETA KAPPA National Scholastic Liberal Arts I X Honorary . Q ' 3 .wwf .typ f. . F a-I Q .- ...rf ,fin HK if -er :rt -vt How lp Andrew Douglass. Lntie Lee Iligley. Sue Cin. David XVindsor isecretary-treasurer7. Desmond Powell lpresidentl. XYalter Peake. Keith Auhrey, How 2: Harold Kotzker. Lathrop Hoherts. B, C, Xlyer, Vincent Boland. Nlariorie Brookshire. Laurence Cray. Allegra liraizer. john Reynolds. jeff Davis jr. llow 3: llieliard Clifford. Clifton Quinn. XYilliani Barnes. Ceorge Caldwell. Slary Caldwell. Loyal Grytiug. Marguerite Ouqh, Edwin Kurtz. Not pictured: Alice Cihhs. lialiette Luz. Inez Thrift. Ioseph Foster. Ford Ixey. Ina Cittings. Ceorge South. john Matlock. Philip lludson. Frances Cilhnor. joseph Ong. Edwin Carpenter. Charles Barnes. Dorothy Nlarquart. llerhert Rhodes. Leon Blitzer. Melvin Solve. Carnet Percy. john Brooks. X4-al Ilougliton. Frederick Schmitz. Claude Brown. Lila Sands. Xlat- Qieyy Sehneek. Charles Xlallrail, R. L. Nugent. Xl!-ndell Brooks. Alanies Beatson. Cerald Nh-Niece. Owen . il HY. How 1: Ahrecl Xettleton. llerhert Langen. llelcn Xl'oo. Frederick Conrad fprcsidentl, Phillip Hudson. A. Al. Bogard. Kenneth Murphy isecretary -treasurerj. Russell lloward. How 2: joseph Bradley. How- ard Teneh. John Leonard. Louis Nlyers. Fred Bogart. XVilson Sundt, Clen Strickler, Andrew Schmidt. Not pictured: E. bl. Brown. Xlary Alice Conley. Laurence Cray. George Herrick, Ehner Thiernian, Thomas Bogard. Leland Ory. FZ BETA GAMMA SIGMA National Scholastic Commerce Honorary "1 EEZ SIGMA PI SIGMA National Scholastic Physics Honorary 1 Row 1: VV. W'. Denton, George Deinaree Csecretary-treasurerj, Owen Maloy Cvice-presidentj, Lynn Barker Cpresidentl, Cale Holladay. Harold Baldwin. Row 2: Martin Speray, NValter Fitch, jay Treat Jr. Cfaculty adviserj, Stanley Spray, Laurence Olson, Elsa Ebeling, Dr. Deonisie Trifan. Not pictured: Dr. Leon Blitzer, Dr. Edwin Carpenter, james Christman, jefferson Davis Sr., jefferson Davis Ir., Dr. Ioseph Foster, Dr. Roy Craesser, jinnny james, Robert Mc-Daniel, Clarence Robinson, Dr. Earle Ylarner, Dr. Edward XVise. RHO CHI National Scholastic Pharmacy Honorary Row 1: Dolores Strittrnatter Csecretary-treasurerj, Yllilliain Brincko. Row 2: Louis Deckel lneier, Harold Beller fvice-presidentl, Arthur Upson Qpresidentj, Lowell Miller. Ali? PHI LAMBDA UPSILON National Scholastic Men's Chemistry Honorary Row 1: Iim Fedrick, Jack Flocker, Don Nielsen, Clarence Fenn. Row 2: Edward N. VVise, George Krmpotich, Jeff Davis Jr. fpresidentj, Bob Cennnell. Not pictured: Ray Hannapel Cvice-presidentj, Lincoln Chin Csecretaryl. Don Duke ftreasurerj, Herbert Rhodes Ctaculty adviserj, Millard Seelley, Ernest Anderson, Alex Kelly, Edwin Brooks, Lathrop Roberts, Albert Picchionni, Nicholas Raica, Ben Padgett, Tom Stoops. -265- fx 'IEA PI DELTA PHI National Scholastic French Honorary Row 1: Dr. Sydney Brown. Ligoa Hoskins, Mieaela Blay, D1'. Napoleon Treinhlay. How 2: Dr. Rohert Lowe. Dr, Loyal Cryting. Dr. Robert Hammond. Not pictured: Margaret l'are. Nlartlia Fox, Nlrs. C. Zaner Lesher, Bahette Luz Qpresidentl, Cerald IXIL-Nieee, A. II. Beattie, l Nlrs. Nladelc-ne l'are 4viec--president7. TIME PI MU EPSILON National Scholastic Mathematics Honorary Row 1: Bob Robinson fpresidentl, David Allais. Row 2: Deonisie Trifan fadviserj, Donald XVelmh. Donald Dunean. Not pictured: Don- ald Anhorn, VVayne Arnold, XVilliam Barnes, Leon Blitzer, Donald Bryant, The-ophil Buehrcr, Edwin Carpenter, Richard Dorrance, Don Dulte, Louis Enloe, joseph Foster, Kenneth Fowler, Sue Gin, Roy Craesser, Louis Hess, Ray Hannapel, Ioan Hosdowieh fsecretaryl, Cale Holladay ltreasurerj, james llulet, Raymond Jimenez, Frank Keating, Harry King, John Maloy, Bernard Marcus, Ilarold McNair, john Matlock, Theodore Mullen, Burnett Meyer, David Nelson, Robert Pirtlc, Edwin Purcell, Herbert Rhodes. Fred Sehweppe, Stanley Spray, Harold VS-'atson, Richard XVilliams, Iavis Zalman, Ernest McCray, Wil- liam Denton. Charles Aull. - 266 QMSS ALPHA ZETA National Scholastic Agriculture Honorary How 1: James Garner, Byron Forsyth jr., Yietor Larrahure, Mahdi Al- Shukri. How 2: Dick llaga, Bud Silver, Don Seamands, Don Nielson tpresident J, Diek Christiansen. Not pietured: Bruce Branseomb lviee-presidentle ,lack Floeker ltreasurerl, Don Nleliae lsceretaryl, Paul Nlartin. Al Austin, Diek Coutehie, Doyle Xlanes, Lew Carson. EAU SIGMA DELTA PI National Scholastic Spanish Honorary Row 1: Helen Nicholson, Getty Stevenson Cpresidentl, Rosa Roehin Csecretaryl, Mary Gunn, Norma Santa Anna, Alice Boebinger. Row 2: Keith Aubrey, j. VV. Davis, Mario Rodriguez, john Reynolds, Norman Underwood Cviee-presidentl, Helen Gunn, Virginia Lathe-rs. Not pictured: Sargie jones, .Iosephine Radcliffe, Eileen Dick, Dr. Iohn Brooks, Frances Eherling, Elizaheth Gad, Timothy Brown, John YVonder. l i MA PHI MU ALPHA National Men's Music Honorary Row 1: Floyd W'eil. Robert Mabee, Howlett Smith, David Meeker, Ralston D. Pitts, Sidney Appleman. Row 2: Jack Lee, Eugene Conley, Henry Johnson, Carroll Rinehart. Fred Stein- baugh, Philip Heffner, Robert Grebner. Robert Stoebel. Row 3: Duane Biur, James C. Downey Cpresidentl, George L. Hineman Jr., Nolan Gruenwald, Bob VVilliams, Hal Mallery, Andrew Buchhauser. Not pictured: John Alberts, Lanier Smith, Norm Curtiee, Dick Mouritson, Frank Glover, James Reynolds, Oscar Morales. Rene St. Julien, Bob Brown, Antonio Ruiz. ERE SIGMA ALPHA IOTA National Women's Music Honorary Row 1: Helen Hennessy. Janice Johnson, Janice Mc-Connell Cpres- identl, Joan Isbell Crecording seeretaryl, Row 2: Betty Canter- bury Ctreasurerj, Dawn Benson, Garnet Mallory, Martha Cowan. Elaine Ziegler tvice-presidentl, Phyllis Douglas. Kayleen Stam- baugh f corresponding secretary D. 1nlvm.aQL......l 1 Y' 'I' """'0lwQv 14-.-gy wr . . 'f' , K 5 'H' T E TAU BETA SIGMA National Women's Band Honorary Row 1: Carol Ilull tpresidentj. Eleanor Nlenseh. Marilyn Raseh. Row 2: Nancy Kuehlthau Qseeretary-treasurerJ, Kayleen Stam- bangh Kvice-presidentl. Ethel Brown. Not pictured: Celeste Couture, Jane Paulsell, Mrs. Jack K, Lee, Mrs. Samuel S. Fain. Patricia Ashley. Kathleen Sehogren, Yeralice Grissinger. Carol Frear. it A as .' J' ,IF 52? H-Si f 'F N KKTLQQ' KAPPA KAPPA PSI National Men's Band Honorary Row 1: John Alberts, Fred Steinbaugh. Charles Groombridge. Ralston Pitts. Bob Stoebel. Row 2: George Hineman Jr.. Leslie McLean. Bob XVilliams. Gordon XVoocls. George Lotzenhiser Cad- xiserl. Row 3: George Serventi, Nolan Gruenwald. Duane Burr. Robert Grebner. Floyd XVeil, Robert Mabee. Not pictured: Mar- tin Kuhns. Sterling Schultz. Bill Lester. David XVilson, Robert Brown fpresidentj. Robert Baker. John Garrett. Norman Cur- tiee, Charles Hausenfleek. Robert Bogner. -267- rr, PHI DELTA KAPPA National Men's Education Honorary , . . , , ,..7, Row 1: Clyde Tidwell. james Anderson. Emil Larson ttreasurerl. M. L. Smith, Theodore Ahhott. Norman Stuard. Row 2: Vergil Hughes, Richard Clifford, Robert Stevens, Curtis Merritt ladyiserj. Paul Danielson. Robert VVhite. Row 3: M. A. Mt-Clreliey, O. K. Carretson. R. A, Crowell, Ralph Robinson. Robert Eicholtz. Not pictured: joe Sparks. R. XY. Cline. Victor Kelley, Charles Ott. Hartley Snyder, AI. F. Nlcliale. XV. A. Schafer. James Sidel, Byron Forsyth. Kyle Pierce, Maurice Falkow, Jerome Brownson Cpresidentj, Edward Murray, john Ivey. George Baker Qseeretaryl. james Rhodes. I. E. Ledesini. VVilliam Snyder. J. L. Picard, james Christiansen. Cliff Kramer tyice-presidentl. . . - 1 . .LL XL if EA PI LAMBDA THETA National Scholastic VVomen's Education Honorary - aft.-ww. aww, 1 .. ..,.....u..a-4 Row 1: Alice Raines. Mary Creely. jackie Davis, Mary Lou Samuel, Lucile Knagge. Eva Harris fpresidentl. Ann Dunning. Row 2: Mary Coleman. Rita Ehrlich, Lou Ellen Steninger. Dorothy Masching. Ann Sisson. Margot Huhhard, Mirian Bell. Eva Rieherson. Delia Turner. Dr, Mary Flournoy. women's press club Women's Journalism Honorary ,jlih ak 'NSW La. Row 1: Pat Herron, Peggy Daum, Donna Lucas Qvice-presidentl, joan Moran, Peggy Lind- strom tseeretaryl. Row 2: Sargie jones ftreasurerj, Mary Stagner, Bobbie McLernon, Marilyn Leopold, Lou Ellen Catlin, Margaret Clampitt Cpresidentj. Not pictured: Sue Donohoe. -268- ATA ALPHA TAU ALPHA National Agriculture Education Honorary -- A - - My . ww , 1 Row 1: Edward Garland, Dallos Siler, Byron Forsyth Jr., Neil McRae, Kent Tyler. Row 2: XVallace Shafer Cadviserb, Frank Adams, Tom Cubbage, Joe Pierson, James Christiansen, R. XV. Cline Cadviserl. Not pictured: Don McRae, Jerry Busby, Carl Miller. APT ALPHA RI-IO TAU National Art Honorary Row 1: James Souden Cadviserj, Ellis Cooke Cpresidentj, Marilyn Bingham, Emma Jean Gunderson. Row 2: Barbara YVishek, Joseph Ong, Tom Bentley, Bill Condron. Not pictured: Evelyn Prestridge. ES Q ALPHA PHI OMEGA National Service Honorary Row 1: Charles Groombridge Cpresidentl, Stan De Govnick, Frank Cohen, Bill Glover, John Hay. Row 2: John Libey, Robert Meitz, Doug Sanders, Don Goebel, Chuck Jones, Henry Pearce Cvice-presidentj. Row 3: Arthur MacArthur, James Tollman, Norman Zeller, Joseph Gill, Gene McFadden, Mel Robbins. Not pictured: Bill Faria Csecretaryl, John Shan- nar, Brook Berger, Morgan Lawrence, Courtney Owen, Robert Mells. -269- t ,Y xi.-0 .- '-- v -Y 1 . W l"f'fAf 1' . + Roxy 1: Larry Biyens. CL'lll'gQ' Kollm. 11enry Mitchell, Tlioinas L1-c Clarence Miller. Glenn King tpresi- dentb. Rolwrt Panlsell tsecretaryj. lane Paulsell, Fraiices NYallqer. Row 2: Clayton Casteel. Vernon Martz. Buddy jones. Hector Licona. jose Frisby, Allan Marsliick, Edgar Hoepker, Kenneth Putnain. Alolin Bigando. -lolin Seliwartz. Row 3: Gene Gwinn. Dt-llmert L1-gel. jeff Hardin, George Dempster. Rod- ney Mt-Kee. Ricliarcl NVillian1s. -lolin Dotis. M. Mt-es. Row 4: A. XV. Ross. E. S. Borqnist. D. 1. Hall. Apolino Morales. Allie,-rt Condos. Edwin XValker. Carlos Davila, Don Shipley. Ceil Patterson. Mi- chael liennelly. Robert Baker. ,lost-p11 Cerrasio. Row 5: Ricliard Mitcliell. jerry Burley, Ralpli T. Ticliey. Roliert Saavedra. 'l'llOlll2lS Berg. Row 1: llowarcl Enloe, George Dt-inaree. Louis Enloe, lolin Robinson. Harry Sliaver, Arne Midgard. Xvllllillll Corbin. Robert Cainplit-ll. Harold Baldwin lcliairinanl. Row 2: Kwan Ho Kang. Dave Saliri- son. B011 Beck. lolm Tsitonras. Stanley Spray Csecretary. AIEEQ, Bill Mt-Cnrnin. Martin Speray. Stanford Anderson, Lawrence KI'l1Clit'I'lJOL'lit'l'. Harry Stewart, Courtland Wlatson. Row 3: Richard Christiansen. l.,llllfK'IlL'l' Olson. George lfreeinan Ctreasurerl. Roger llartnian. Kennetli Hanson. Byron Sadler. jolin Mernagli. Fred Xllilcler. .laines Clll'lStll1Llll. Row 1: David Allais. Neil Botslord Cpresidentj, jack Davis. George Deinaree, Raymond Jimenez Ccor- responding secrctaryj, jack Monnnson, Robert Beam. Row 2: Howard Ryan, Lawrence Olson, Stanley Spray lrecorcling secrctaryj. Harry King, Henry Mitchell, Howard Kennedy, Bill Herring. Row 3: Mar- tin Speray. Harold Baldwin, Dick Anklani. Cale llolladay. Not pictured: Bob Robinson tvice-presidentl. -270- 721.31332 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS National Civil Engineering Honorary YEKIEE ERE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS National Electrical and Radio Engineering Honorary T ill TAU BETA PI National Scholastic Engineering Honorary ASME AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS National Mechanical Engineering Honorary XSKJEJMEJE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS National Mining and Metallurgical Engineering Honorary 1' THETA TAU National Engineering Honarary Row 1: Sidney Gifford, lane Couclnnan, NVes Holden, loe Krueger, Robert Beam Qtreasurerl, Larry Lim Qsecretaryj, Ray -liniinez Qvice-chairmanl, Eugene Anderson, Ralph Yappel. Row 2: Bob Royal, Fran- cisco Moraga, Robert Bogncr, Neilan Botsford, NVarren Trask, Charles XV1l1'IlCl', Lee Ballard, Raclare Cordis. Row 3: Harry VVestover, Richard Guthrie, David Allais, Thomas Butterfield Jr., Sam Meier, Robert Earll, William Chapin. Row 4: Howard Ryan, Ernest Retrum, Norman Takvam, Ross Murphy, Douglas Sanders, Otho Hart, Leo Kiehnan, Richard Blakeslee, john Redfield. Row l: Bob Greene. Richard Mendoza, Jim Taylor. XVillia1n Kennedy, Edward XVelday, Chuck Leonard Cpresidentl, Frank Buchella, George Conley fsecretaryl, Jarvis Kleni, XVayne Tuttle, George Leslie. Row 2: Mel Bolyard, Stan W7illiams, ,lim Armstrong, -lack Pfister, Don Simpson, John Bertram, lohn Al- berts, Wessel Venter, Frank Florez, G. V. Collins. Row 3: Richard Deci, Kenneth Vance, Dick Anklam. Joe Shirley, Lauro Soares, Ernest Kleespie. Row 4: Phil Ross, VVade Phillips, Frank Scholey, Jonathan Broivne, lDavid Cain. Row 5: Louis Hess, XValter Blakeslee, James Hess, Fred Krebs, lack Mommsen, Pau Dic'son. mvliswwwrarw , Row 1: Don Shipley, Ceil Patterson. M. L. Thornburg. Fred Krebs, Ioseph Krueger Cvice-regentl, XVil- liam Corbin, VVes Holden Cscribel. Row 2: Phil Ross, Paul Maca, james Hess, Vernon Martz, Robert Kelly, Robert Beam Cregentj, Richard Christiansen. Row 3: Bill Ulrich ftreasurerl, Ernest Retrum, Chuck Leonard, Vincent Mattingly, Bob Robinson, George Leslie, jim XVarkomski, George Kolb. Not pictured: Roger Hartman, Kenneth Hansen, Philip Newlin, Arthur Anderson, john Beam, Robert Davis. Charles Hausenfleck, Bill McCurnin, .lack Mommsen, Dal Radcliff, john Redfield, Howard Ryan. Gus Stiles, Buddy Streets. -271- i i I PHI DELTA CHI National Pharmacy Honorary Row 1: Barry Clothier. Carol Park Lpresidentb. John Hayward. Mannie Navarro, Daniel Horwitz, XVoodrow Hudson, Harold Arias Cvice-presi- dent P, Stan Farber ltreasurer I. Row 2: Peter Stone, H. B, Baza. Edward Saba. Louis Dcckelnieier, Donald Sandler. Altred Barrack, Dan VViggins isecretaryi. Not pictured: Harold Beller. Albert Beller, Charles Ken- dricks, Charles Mingle. Neil Maxwell. Donald Skaggs. o american il 'C' i . k. National Professional Pharmacy Society Row 1: Shahjehan Karim, john Cahaldon. john Hayward, XVi1liaui Brincko. Al Barrack. Toni Dunn, Dan Honvitz. Art Cohen. Bernard Bialk ladviseri. Dick Hamilton. Stan Farber. Row 2: Robert Mershon. Delia Robredo, Dolores Strittniatter. Lowell Nliller, Dolores Lieber- mann. Don Choisser, Grace Hunt Lsecretaryj, Lloyd Burton. Harold Bcllcr, Harvey Baza, Bill Burnson. Row 3: Albert Beller. Louis Deckel- nieier. john Bailey. Vince De Benedetto, Ted Fraser. Dick Albrecht ttrcasureri, Dick Clas- sock Cpresidenti. Robert Gaugush. iVes An- derson, Carol Park tvice-presidentj, Peter Stone. E f KAPPA Psr National Pharmacy Honorary Row l: Casimir Srutwa. John Bailey. Vincent De Benedetto, Robert Caugush, Don Choisser. Row 2: Bob Taylor, Howard Novak, Richard Albrecht, XYilliani Brincko, Shahjchan Karim. Not pic- tured: Xialt Arenz. Darr Dudding, Saul Fisher. john Cabaldon, Dick Classock, Claude Jones, Dick Ilaniilton. Don Rlclicnna ipresidcnti. Bill Burnson. in 'L-.1 " . Q? 'V A . - f. , 1 V .pw nu Q f ' A f- ' 1,-ea --:ff . N fav- i t Q ,.- 1 tl ' gn . -- a- ,yf . . . I 5 1' ' 1:4115 KAPPA EPSILON National Women's Pharmacy Honorary Row 1: Dolores Strittniatter Lsecretaryj, Grace Hunt Qvice-presidentj, Mary jo Shields fpresi dentj. Not pictured: joan Epstein ttreasurerj american chemical society National Chemistry Honorarv Row 1: Barbara Ring Lvice-presidenti, Zigrida Zarins Caiolvn Ixrug Row 2: Lloyd XVilliams, Al Russell, jay Roberts Gene Beach fsecre tary-treasurerj. Not pictured: Betty Beck, Lynn Mackison Norm Rich fpresidcntj, Bruce Robertson, Janet VVicn, Marilin Cuey Qi' L-1' ' .4-'I Laliiiy' Delta Sigma Rho ZETA PHI ETA National Forensics Honorary National Women's Speech Honorary Row 1: Sam Elpern, Kathleen Devine, Row 1: Connie Bilardello, Nancy Chester H. Smith. Plow 2: XV. Arthur Doyle, Donna Hansen. Sue Donohoe, Cable, jonathan Schultz, Richard Se- Karyl Haythrone. Bow 2: Peggy Kell- gal Cpresidentl. Not pictured: Frank- ner, Eileen Dick Ctreasurerj, Sue lin D. Coxon, Irene Coodale, Paul Gurney, Mimi Alf. Row 13: Mary Kate Zinn lrice-presidentb, Ianet C. Rees, lr. Stover tpresidentj. Not pictured: Alanet Pugh lsecretaryb, Liz Coleman, .pw K V . - - , university players -f Dramatics Honorary Row 1: Mary Kate Zinn, Donna Hansen, Sue Donolioe, Eileen Dick Csecretaryl, Karyl Haythorne, Liz Coleman, Pi. C. Burroughs. Row 2: Mel Rothenberg, john Kinney, Peggy Kellner Cpresidentl, Janet Stover ttreasurerl, Carl Busdiecker Qvice-presidentl, Sue Gurney, Charlie Clapp, Connie Bilardello. Row 3: Ray Merritt, Millie Strick- land, Carrie Green, Nancy Doyle, Chuck Simmers, Peter Coulson. Betty Stevenson, Betty Merritt, Susan Collins. LaYon Martin, Sylvia Pa- tania. Libby lxuiper, Kaki Campbell. Barbara Braeeo, Sally Sancet, Robin i i ilk UAE Pi Delta Epsilon National Journalism Honorary How 1: Bill Bingham, Margaret Clampitt Ksecretary-treasurerP, Marilyn Leopold, Liz ML-Kay, Frank Over, ,lack XValtuch, Peggy Daum, Betty jo Ewing, ,loan Hedrick, Herb Stokoe. Row 2: Frank Larriva, Cene Cie- chanowski tyice-presidentl. Lou Ellen Cat- lin, Susan McHugh, Peggy Reeve, john Kin- ney. Mary lo Mt-Cowan, Joyce Ballard, Betts Beneker, Pete Kesling lpresidentl. Row 3: -lack Levkowitz, Perry Peters, Mary Ann lVeayer, Anne Murray, Fred Hirsch. Virginia Brown, Sue Donohue, Bev Perkins. Shirley Conclit. -loanne Doolen. Not pic- tured: -loan Moran. Al Simpson, Aldine von lsstf, Fred XVeigand, lim Sullivan, Carl Man- freci. national collegiate players National Dramatics Honorary Row 1: Mary Kate Zinn Cseeretary-treasurerl, Doima Hansen, Sue Donohoe Cpresidentl, Eileen Dick. Row 2: Chuck Simmers, Peggy Kellner, janet Stover. Carl Busdiceker. "In AXE? ALPHA KAPPA PSI National Men's Commerce Honorary - . Q, . .W--...., Row 1: Nilo L4n'rix'u. Philip Bi-ho, Leonard Suffoid. Don Kit-Cinislun. Stain DeCm'nick, -liin Force, -luck Kinkt-le tprvsidn-nt 1. Ed Hozcichu. Louis Yiikoviuli. Frank Over. How 2: David Grove, Nornuin Price lit, Xornmn johnson. Carlos Aimiya. Paul Bunker tsecrvtury i. -lznnus liugliezs, XVilson Snndt, john Klein, jerry Sweeiu-y. Row 31 Bernard Duskin. Bruce Ls-wis. George Se-rw-nti. Hill Davis. Robert Byrnes, YVilliarn hickson, llivc Sontheinier. Roland Bceler, Cone Ledtrvr. Toni Ladd. How -I: Laurence Cray, Robert Kru- iner. XVi1limn jordan tdcpnty umnsvlori. .lost-ph Gill, Sherwood Curr Cdistrict counsclori, George F. ller- rick. Todd Lniiglt-yp jeroinc Ernst 4vice-prvsideiiti. Andrew Schmidt. Ehncr Brown. Dick Blodell. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA National Advertising Honorary Row 1: Ianius Birniinghuni, john Kinney ttreusurerk. Frank Over tsl-uri-turyj, Fernando Pnlido, Val DeSantu, Edward Hart. Row 2: Lune-s Hughes. Maurice Hickey. Jesus Trias, Dr. E. G. XYood. jini lluycraft. Row 3: Bill Kiniiney, Bill Brazell, Toni Armstrong tvicv-presidcnti. Hal Thomas Cpresidentj. fbsiam.. --f-1 I - PI OMEGA PI National Business Education Honorary Row l: Bnrlmru Baldwin tprc-sidcntl, Mary Lou Samuel tsecrc- tury-trezisiirvrj. Churlunn XVurd. Ls,-na Ohrr-gon, How 2: Ili-rhert Laingen fudvisc-rj. Rohn-rta Anderson, Floreiice Tuland, Durrnl Ashn. Row 1: Scott Nlurslmll tprcsidenti, Rohr-rt Steininctz tfirst vice-presidentj, Richard Fitzgerald tsecond vice-presidi-ntj, George Booth, Phil Pratt. Row 2: Robert Wheeler, jack Carrington, Dean Marks, Bob Onry, john Denton. How 3: Hurry Blaisdell ftrensnrerj, Bill VVaddoups, john Menhennet, Wayne Meyer Csecreturyj, Toni XVood. Not pictured: Robert YYhite, Paul Bayer. .. DELTA SIGMA PI National Business Honorary 'sas ' , f -274- Y AA PHI ALPHA DELTA National Law Fraternity Row 1: Duke Cameron, John Brooks Cvice president Richard Hannah Cpresidentj Dale Z11'11l'l'l6I'1l'llI'1 Nathan Holt, George Sheets Row 7 Domimc P1CLlI'llli Lee Brown Nlelym Owens Xvlllldlll Scott Stan Goodfarb, Malcolm Hilloclx Row 3 M ithew Shannon lirrett larns larmlx Larrix 1 Ben Padgett XVilliam Malsh. Emery Xfarva Rovi 4 Roheit Niooremm Clifton Lander Ir Tom Root Nllvnird Coudy, Marvin Linner. ALPHA EPSILON National Women's Business Honorary Row 1: Dorothy Deuss. Marion Langer, Dee Dee Crookshanks Megan DeCamp. Helen VVOO Cpresidentl, Bernice Silverstein Row 2: Alyson Rice, Kay Van Sant, Donna Lucas, Marcha Loe Page Gray Ctreasurerl. Susan Lauer fseeretaryl, Carol Hull Row 3: V. F. Boland iadviserj, Ruby Barclay, Barbara Lamar Ann Lowe. Peggy Knudsen. Sudie Vifygant, Donna Maddox Betty jo Ewing. .-K Row 1 Robert Trainor, Cotutney Varner, Rodger Thisdell, Richard Se al Marvm Wolin R r Pxrtle Donald Ifunz, Dick Kamps, Larry F leming, Elmer Moore, Richarc? McAnally Row 9 Said Xleltert Benyamm Pearson, George Hill, joe McGarry, Alan Henshaw, Bob Shafton Ralph Morones Row 3 Ben VVilliams, Edgar Hash, Stanley Feldman, Larry Ruch, Arthur Taylor Paul Rees Row 4 James Iarvise, Bob Nebeker Cpresidentl, Neal Roberts, Hank Morrow, Jack Glatz Iohn Collins I I S 5 fwfffff' ! i 1 :r':ClWF'WN'Y""l9."""' 'ft-. mnmmy a M. .. Wi...?Y w9"",f'M".-X" Wranglers lim lx Xuury :Xinh-i'siur. lin-xvrly K.lllllll.lll. l rl Xlr-Ai'tliui'. Xllinclri 'I'rrylur. Xiituiiiu Y.ilr'u- lui. B.l1'lWLll'.l l'.u'ki'r. limi' 2. ki1lllIL'1'llll' K.r1ll, Xllll Cipixilvrixl, Nlmrlly Tlimiipwii. kYlI'LlL'l' Ilutii I it lnriiw, L.iur.i Impvz. Nil-ky Br-liurin. Him' 3: lil-iii! Q.uurl.ilr-. ixllll Xluyrli Lriml Hull. lxuy Ituri. lirlcluil llvitvs-l. Twuuiiii' Buliifu. Xluikir lg.ll'lxi'li. ' . women's ll Y, a club Letterwomen's Club mx 1: B4-in-rly Kilputlick, Xurnm -lwui Dun lNl'L'I'K't2ll'f"ll'l'ilNlll'l'f l, Xliss Nlririlyu Xlurkx-l lull- xiwc-rl. Rim 2: Durotliy Sll4'1lll1'I' lprvsiclviitl, f l'.il Auclm-rmn. Shirley llumphrvy. xlLlI'j'Ql'1lL'i' Cullvy rxicc'-pri-sicla-ritl. Husrilir- Xkluig. Hmm' 53: r lxiu Yun Saint. Aviva Kzuniu. Diana Shaw. Prix - ,Sl Slim-lmii. XYilmri lluggr-tt. Nut pin-tlirwclg Fm-ml Xlurslrick. lflimln-tli Hunt. Xlnrgii- Kulli-5. Xlxiry -Xiu: Luwmwii, BL-x'c'i'ly xlL'ClJIlllL'll. Hulilnic- Xlpl l'hxl tl H1 Ant X lil ',i-rmmii, f'1lu'i 'vsgcp . in His. Ii Willix. Curul Cullum. llilclu Bulclwiri. Xl f"' g,,.,-ai ua" club Lettermerfs Club Rim' l: Tmimiy Criuu-5, -lim Bmw'-1', Curl xY6'llL'I'. Nir-k Koncloru. Row 2: Allan Struilun. Phil llutkmv- ski. Frm-cl SL'l'lllCllllL'yL'1'. Bill Sinitlu-mir. Gsm- Fuller. Huw 3: -lack Vlltsmull. Rusty lluiiiucy. Gil Ste-rn. Blah Xvllk'lII'1lYlCll. -Iain-ksmi Dc-ring. Jqsi EAW? National Men's Athletics Honorary Row 1: Huy Brown, Bill Pitts, Bula Simmons. Him' lx Dallas Childers, Ed Lufferty, Mill Andrews. Huw 3: 'Im' Lurung. Art XVclJstcr. Chuck Leonard, .lim Sllt'Ll. -276- putters Women's Golf Honorary Row 1: Hilda Baldwin. Julia Knott. Mabel Xl'hite. Mary- grace Colby. Bobbie McLernOn. Courtney Van Den- burgh. Flow 2: Diane Burkhart. Susan Collins Qseere- taryj. Evelyn Jensen tadyiserl. Right: Mary Jean Mc- Gregor tpresidentl. Not pictured: Sally Springer ttreaa- urerl. Linda Bjorklund. Liz Hunt, Gay Murphy. Bunny Ruhmer. Caryl Ann Stuhrlnurg, June Thomas, Pat XVillis. racquet club Women's Tennis Honorary How 1: Aviva Kamin, Julie Knott, Shirley Humphrey. Dorothy Sheaffer, Marygrace Colby. Row 2: Marianne Hertel, Mary Kay Morris, Virginia Marsh, Judy Howe, Jane Howsare, Nancy Lundstrom. Not pictured: Anne Armfield, Marjorie Kelley, Diane Shaw, Pat XVillis. -277- JR orchesis National Dance Honorary How 1: Margie Buckeye. Elaine Tremblay, Row 2: Caroline Budu- rin. Nadine Huettlin. How 3: Clara- lee Moreno, Marilyn XYood lsecre- taryl. Virginia Lee-Shing, Mimi Alt. How 4: Marilyn hViU'li'l'. Susan Green Shirley Condit. Jacqui Hohinson, Ann Toles tpresidentl. Jan Pugh iyice- presidentl. Row 6: Joan Ilosdoxyich. Sara Xlliitaker llfl'L'1lSl1l'L'l'l. Ti-dde Pudge. Not pictured: Carrie Green. Suzette Brookshire, Elaine Carlson Barbara Baldwin. Shirley Gihson. Page Gray. Nancy Lee. Lorna Grady. Janet Stover. Stephanie Redfield. Mary Kate Zinn. clesert mermaids W0men's Swimming Honorary Row 1: Caroline Thompson. Nadine Smith. Shirley Iluniphrey. Loyee Hana kins, Gloria XYilde. Peggy Lindstrom. Marge Beeinan. Marygrace Golhy. Row 2: Bobbie ML-Lernon ipresi- dentl, Glenda Ellis. Pat Lindquist. Mary Jardine. Kiln Rot-hex, Priscilla Allen, Bonnie Baker, Penny Block. Nat Vincenti. Ardis Noonan. Joan Price. Row 3: Diane Burkhart, Carol Tiedman. Pat Anderson. Linda Bjork- land, Alice Leyland, Doreen Dumont. Mary Bennett, Janann Smith, Dodi Knorpp, Judy Howe, Sandy MeLaugh- lin, Gwen Mzu'tyn. lnt scablaarcl and blade Yational Advanced Military Honorary How l: Cliarlvs Candiano, Xlvilson Snndt tcaptainl, Holwrt Xlullt-rg, Saul Fight-r, Bion Latilmsr-lit-r, How 2: Lt. Col. Lt-o CI. Carlson caclvism-J, Paul Cllr-avr-, Hicliarcl Coutcliiv. Clifton Quinn, Iolin Boglc. Fran- cis Bunlwr, lfugvin- l,e-clt-fer. Not pictiiiwlz llit-liard Xing-Xnnally, XYai'i't-n Lainlu. Frcd Nlcllkliiir-, Tlionias Parncll. Paul Sinnnons. perslwing rilles National Underc-lassmen's Military Honorary How l: Ronald XXI-iss, Gr-nv Ayr-rs tL'onnniandin5.: officvrl, Conrtnt-5' Uwcn text-ciitivv offic-url, james Mills tdrill ts un ollivt-rl. Row 1 -lolin lNltll'I1lltll'l', Pc-ts-r Landay, Eng:-nv Bt-audin, Gerald Bartliolonivw, Alot- Alvarado, Bernard ogna. ,lrfrry Xlurpliy, llolmc-rt C1-yvig llonnialdo Bias, Pat livicly, Tin-odore lc-nrzc-n. Hiuliard Criffin, Gene KlcFaddcn, llwrt liay. Vl1lllIlTl'lli'f. Hon' 3: lfdwin Ailwn. .-Xlla-rt Dudasli, Boll Kalwl. lot- Broadway. Edwin Stone, Kenna-tli Sclnnitt. Xlarla Mivlla-. Alana-s Spagon, llicliard Kolin, Alainvs Prim-, Cliarlcs Alnlmott, Apolino Nloralvs. Row -1: Cc-orgv Xlclfarlaiicl. -lay Allc-n, llarry Krinnlant, NValtcr Nlvlir, Toni Yan Atta. Dc-an XVilson, llarold Tracy, ,loc Arvizu, Al- 'cl Hit-o, Xlivliacfl Blololuan, NYaync- Ds-Barr. llcnry Xlnstaplna. llow 5: Xlai. lolin S. llnll' t.1clvisc1'l, Pctcr Argcr. liimfs 'l'ollman. llolu-rt Saau-clra. liolu-rt St-lm-pt-l. Not lTlClllI'l'flI Sid Sliorc. arnold air society National Air Force Student Honorary -278- How l: Slanlf-y Smith. Stanlcy DvCovnick, Ernest Rigoli, Alolin Andvrson, Robert Brown, John Men- luvnnm-t, blolin Allan. liow 2: Charles Dnrazo, Tlioinas Crimes, Donald Cor-bel, Cc-ne Robins-tt, Jack Han- non, Don XVallr'ndorf, Dong Diggs, Bolv Kelly, Otto Vcrcli, Sid Sliorc, Maj, il. L. Curtis Cadvise-rl. How 3: Roland Bt-vli-r, liogvr Coolalian, CL-rald Klatt, Bill VVaddoups, PL-tc Almivfl, Ken Cardella, john Miller. How 4: Pluilip llntkowski, Richard Clifford, Frm-d Scliildmcycr, .Inn Dormann, Tavc Kaufman, Danny Nh-cligovit-li. Not picturz-cl: .loc Alvarez, Toni Berg, Lew Carson, Div.-lc Curd, Stan Drye, jackson Eddy. Toni Cargnilo. Alolin llartinan, Pliilip johnson, Chet johns, Sammy Lvv, Lcw Murphy, jack Parsons, john Sanclstroin, Bill Strasslmurgcr, Carl WVvilcr, Barry VVcitznian, Bolv XVilson, Daw- Andrews, Paul Beer, Dvrwin Bolnne-, Bill Browning, xvllllkllll Dean, George De-mostcr, Edward Nlarquvs, Bob Mountioy. Boll Rolminson, Ist l.t. James Caint-ron ladviscrl. clubs international oe 1-wi pan-american league ,. P Row 1: Pennv Bloch. Nadine Smith. Dolly Adams. Roberta NVashburn, Dorothy Sharp. Blarilvn Gerber, Iennie Rothschild. llashim Xlustapha. Row 2: Dr. Mario Rodriguez. Virginia Lathers. Bonnie XVilliams. Barbara Ring, Raclare Cordis Cvicc-presidcntj, Laura Lopez ltreasnrvrl. Dr. lolm Brooks. Row 3: keith Aubrev, Ann Crawford, Rosa Hochin. jackie Davison. Micacla Blay. Elvira Vlfeiss. Lee fvlavfield. Iohn Reynolds. Row -1: Ronald llahgood. Aloseph Park, Nor- man Bioux. Bob Sandstroin, Norman Underwood. Lamar Conscr, Timothy Brown. Carter Cc-orge. international relations club Bow 1: Raclare Cordis, Bill Hazel lco-chairmanl, Io Ann Nowell lco- chairmanj, Dick Poolcr. Bow 2: Bill Roberson. Mic-aela Blay. Shah- jehan Karina, Joan NVoolley, Denis Bouchard. How 1: Baclarc Cordis. Lauro Soares Qvice-presidentl, Monem Balha Lpresidentl. Shahjehan Karim. Barbara Marks, Rigoberto Sandoval ltreasurerj. Row 2: Jill Bernheimer, Bonnie NVilliains, Rosa Rochin. Nina Kosto- poulou, jackie Davison. Hilde Ringgenberg, Ata Baker. Bow 3: Siraj-ud-din Shah, Esther Shaw, James Brown, joan WVoolley Csccretaryl, Zigrida Zarins, Hussien Al-Shakakji, Barbara Ring, Majid Al-Ansary, Dietmar Sche- nitzki. jayanti Niinbkar. Bon Bchari Nimbkar. Row 4: Bill Roberson, Andre Orlowski. Micaela Blay, Denis Bouchard. Ken Brian, Costatine Benis, Michael Chriss, Elvira xVClSS. Stanley Krotenberg, Marian Budek, Bill Hazel. Thomas Lee. Kwan Ho Kang. students club -280- vftif 1 1:21 , 'sg Q -3 .,. , a Q W 1 8 advertising and V? marketing club F Yi Row 1: Ann Petren, Barbara Noble, Barbara Mitchell, Dr. E. G. Wood fadviserl, Kathy Key, Barbara Bergquist, Peggy Reeve. Row 2: Carl jones, Richard Scott, Robert Backstein, Iesus Trias, Tom Freyer, Louis Vukovieh, Ed Rozeicha, Orin Pruner, Helen Fisher. Row S: Jerry Ernst, Jerry Purdy, James Muilenburg, Hiett VVard, Fernando Pulido, Jim Haycraft, Val De Santa, James Hughes, Harold Thomas fpresidentl. le cercle irangais Row l: Laurel Alloway, Bill Norman, Rosa Rochin, Micaela Blay, Ioan Barrow, Ann Simley, Margaret Pare Cpresidentj. Row 2: Ioseph McGowan, George Van Hecke, Robert Lowe, David Meeker, Dr. Loyal Gryting Cad- viserl, Dr. Sidney Brown Cadviserl, Madge Lesher, Mary Robertson. -ie Row 1: Ann Schmidt, Jim Ferguson Ctreasurerl, Iohn Merle, VVi11field Hutton. Row 2: Bill jones, Mike Klenck, Ben Timian. At right: Tom Anyos Cpresidentl. independent students association -281- WM Q ski - H i y i ' ,, L ' ' ' . ,..,W Lin f 'Tia 1 " ,252 .... .1 . - -. 4 -il.- A - mem l I ,v -2 ' L wg, I r 'e y K -CW K .X g 5 . ,,,X, . l , Q, lgq Q ,g 1 ' any i ai'gT"' KIf-S 1 ,lr sv' Ji M .IL M b , sw X ramblers club Hou' l: Dick Kniscly. :Xnu Dayis. Marion Dinstel, Louis Goldberg, Tom Lawton Ipresidentl. Hou' 2: Bill Faria, Glenn McCauley, Patsy Ileald, l Tcrryanne Acosta. Elmer Glendcning, Daye Gintcr. Bow 3: Jim Bolle, l Eric Festin, Ted Geyler, John Garrett. Charles Abbott. I if Q K Migtrqt if , 1 'gf' ,,. . ei!-am. H aggie club Row l: Allan Geyer, Jim Garber, Don Matlock, Bruce Branscomb, Bill Griffith, Mel Potter, Budd Ramsey. Row 2: Mary Jane XVestmoreland, Sylyia llillis, Pat Hull, Ellen Hunt, Margaret Kline. Gail Biesemeyer, XVendy Carr. ,ff ski club Bow 1: Kathleen Campbell, Lois Palm. Barbara Tysor, Shirley Zorn, Shelley Heath, Celeste Powell, Barbara Gaddis, Dodi Knorpp, Marti Feldwisch, Susy Ditzler. Row 2: Paula Thomas, Mary Skillman, Oweeu Cameron, Betty Jane Meads, Jean Matthews, Judy Howe, Jane Howsare. Row 3: Jonne Kro- nick, Mary Fidel. Mary Rosen, Marian Benetzky, Sally Scoyille. Mary Cobb, Karen Senior, llelen llaxton. Bow 4: Pat Anerson, Cecilia Cecil fsecretaryl, Jack Nerdrum, Chuck Ratcliff. XVarren Lamb, Dick Fisk, Peggy Reeve. rodeo club How 1: Norm Pretzer Cpresidentl. Allen Geyer, Jim Garber, Gilbert Aguire, Gus Amado, Bill Cox, Jack Goldfarb, jack Bowman, Ernest Thodc, Chuck Malone. How 2: Terrill Bryce, Jack Riggs, Pete Voevodsky, Terry Jennings, Tom Noonan, VVally Clauss, Budd Ramsey. Noel Osborne, Jim Masson, Joe Lane. Row 3: XVendy Carr, Pat Hull, Jackie Davis, Diane Alden, Pat ' Bagshaw, Cherie XVinslow, Chris XVilson, Evie Lathrop, Janice Myers. Row 4: Patricia Kline, Sylvia Ilillis, Sondra Schlothauer, Ellen Hunt, Edna Ann Bell. Sig Kostoff, Katie Stanley, Joyce Grove, Susie Freibergcr. home economics club Row 1: Donna Lee Frey, Billie Jean XVieden. Maria Teresa Valencia, Phyl- lis Munch, Barbara Ring, Shirley Koepkc, Mary Hays, Kathryn Frendenburg, Paula Thomas, Marilyn Taylor Cpresidentj, Rachel Reitzel. Row 2: Geor- gia MacMillan, Pat Ahearn, Sandra Chiono, Marilyn Downey, Betty Jane Meads, Tommie Bolicu, Doris Keith, June Shook, Derry Zicmer. rfbmvwf . ww, .., A W .V '- f. u..Mm,.2m.m -. ,.f,.rm,.f.r awe .W 1. 4 hang ,,, .w....mmf ,mmwnwv nu-r-wma -if, V 4 ,iw ,mu -mwmww .J-sun-av -.,- Z religious grolups ff W l I xx I A,A li.. f. -.ps W get ! E2 f it if Bois Coxx 1 PI'1"S'ifIl'llf E Boh Conn headed the Student Religious Council for the second year During Freshman XVeek the council sponsored th All U ' . e r - niversitv Re- livious Picnic on the xx om i t' ld T, . ff en s ie so students could join their religious groups. Posters and speakers promoted Co to Church Sunday. This year's religious week. Feh. 1-1 to 19 on the theme of "Religion in Lifef, featured the Sunday Evening Forum talk of Bishop Gerald Kennedy, religious leader and author, movies and a panel discussion of religion in vocations. At a retreat at Xlt. Lemmon Lodge several religious lead- ers explained their faiths in answer to many questions. FWLM., -L ,iei L-.. L V 'z. vv M' A ' " ' li! CIW: QI? -0 27 XJ l Student Religious Council Row l: joan Lauhseher ltreasurerl, Boll Conn lpresidentj, Betty Conn fsecretaryl. Row 2: Seymour Goldstein. Betty Beck, Nancy Boehle, Grace llunt, Lueile Knagsle. Rachel Kinel. Row 3: Clifton Quinn. lay Allen, Ernest Retrum, Dale Allen, Neal Kurn. Not pictured: Kennedy Brown. Nlel Rohhins Cvice-presidentl, XVally Ileith, Iohn Philp, Larry jones, jack Matthews, Shirley Humphreys, Ann Stockwell. Don Duke. Larry Hawkins. Elaine Kezes, Glenda 'iVestcnherg. Dr. Loyal Gryting tadviserl, Rev. Russell Fuller. -284- 'if pin A 'J 1 1 gf Ni , , Campbell club First Christian Row 1: Marilyn VVendell, Darla Fulfer, Patty Bidgoocl, Anita Barker, Peggy Pagan. Row 2: Paul Owen fco-presiclentl, Frank Egge, Larry Jones ico- presidentl. Rev. Russell Fuller, Larry Kimberlin, Don Richey, John Philp, Norman Altman. f Fi -f intervarsity fellowship Non-Denominational Row 1: Dorothy Brewer, Ester Shaw, Earline Jirou Cpresidentj, Clarine Jones, Betty Meads. Row 2: Mary Lou Koonce Csecretaryb, Betty Conn Cvice-presidentj, Lorna Hall, XVinnie Miller, Lois Murray Ctreasurerj, ROW 3: Gene Totten, Tully Abbott. Bob Conn, Stan MacElrath, Norman Underwood. l"lGWl'T15l"I club How 1: Jane Hughes, Evelyn Kazy, Ann Stickley, Chuck M lone, Mary Bennett, Sissy Cecil, Agnes Ralwill, Charles Laos, Lauro Soares, John Mure Cvice-presidentb, John McGeorge, Art DiS ilyo, Art Enriquez, Bert Montano, Jan Lindmoe, Lew Carson, Row 2: Marguerite Miller, Tom Scandone, Bob Dailey, Ann Hentges Csecretaryj, Bernice Gembala, Carolyn Cislaghi, Lillian Man- sour, Ellen Daacon, Ramon Artega, Joe Ruterman, Rom Blas, Jan O'Neill, Tom McKenna, Tony Raskob, John Raskob, Val De Santa. Row 3: Bob Negrette fpresidentl, Mike Yznaga, Jiney Binda, John Kinney, Pat Murphy, Daryl Mailloux, Kathryn Lutich, Joe Oervasio, Bob Baker, Mike Kennelly, Claudette Vielleclent, Larry Durazo, Eugene Beoudin, Joe Molina, Manuel Macias, Gene Loome, Francis Herget, Robert Greene, Carlos Davila, Father Frederick Curry, Bob Leemy. Row 4: Archie Scrivner, Kenneth Schmitt, Maria Evangelista, Esther Ortega, Concetta Bilarclello, Delia Clark, Armando Romo, Toni Valen- tin fsecretaryj, Hashim Mustapha, Herlinda Aviles, John Sommer, Eileen McMullen, Elena De Maggio, Maggie Diamos, Bar- bara Srnith, Art Filatrault, Denny Eastman, Peggy Daum, Ton Rogers, Jerry Ernst. university nazarenes Nazarene Row 1: Janet Beck, Anne Bach, Betty Conn. Row 2: Darrel Leitsch, Bob Conn Cpresidentj, Dave Perrin, Bill Condron, Tully Abbott. plymouth foundation Congregational Row 1: Gary Vance, Larry Hawkins Cpresidentl. Dick Albert. Row 2: David VVilson, Edwin Cranston, Rey. George C. Vance, Dietmar Schenitzki, Ray Jeannine Farmer Cvice-presidentl, Dave Sakrison, Victor H. Kelley, Janice Munneke, Marilyn Rasch. fi Ui. I westminster Foundation 4 Presbyterian ,-. Af: 1 .. inn' i 1 J 1 ! z Y Pin '- ' J vnu R Gag ' Row 1: Richard Christiansen, Shirley Morrison, Jane Moyer, Judy Rowe. Donna Lee Frey, Jody Ellis, Robert Thomson, Holy Hing, Sid Glover. Norman Niehaus. Row 2: Kwan Ho Kang, Harry Shaver, Anna Turtler, Na- dine Mortenson, Kathryn Fredcnburg, Dwiann Druliner. Helen Hennessy. Elaine Orth Cpresidentl, Alan Vaughn, Frank Over, Gene Lefebvre. Bill Norman, Bob Radnich. Row 3: Lucille Knagge. Bob Hacke, Mary Fries, Leone Mohney. Barbara Ann Bennett. Katherine Kemmerer. Berry Estes. Fred Shaver, Robert Campbell, Betty Lou Shride. Darlys Barry, Margaret Hennessey, Happy Palser, Mona Bambauer. Ina Reed. Bob Goree, Bert Slater, Mick Conarroe. Row 4: Richard Van Horne. Eddie Leigh. Joseph Shirley, Edward Shirley, Gerald Headley. Jim Fordemwalt, Charles Abbott, Hank XVatson, Arthur Olszm, Norman Minter. Robert Barr. ,wa Canterbury club Episcopal Row lc Lois Larkin. Francis Galton. Lou Bell. Bart Kendrick tsenior wardenl, Bill Lewis. Pete Hobart. Francia Jackson. Jean Bowen. Daisy Mitchell, Pat Herron. Row 2: Nancy Ann Mat- thews. Page Gray Mrs. Miriam Larkin. Rey. Thomas A. Bogard, Jim XVhite, Jan Hanson. Row 3: Jean Maddigan, Dick Eisenman, Chuck Judge, Daye Smith. George Hardy, Cynthia Birt. Row -1: Janice Donalson, Ralph Hoffman. Margaret Chase ttreasurerl, Carol Kennedy. Pat Mur- phy, Karen Granrud. Galen Baker. Bob Phillips Cjunior wardenl. Row 5: Jack Mathew, Jim Little. Tony Carlson. Edward Davidge. Gus Tuttle, Bob Keiper, Charles Aiello. John Krogness. epworth club Methodist Row 1: Barbara Jackson. Alice XVilliams tpresidentj, Janice Old. Virginia Farmer. Dawn Sander. Joan Newman tvice-presidentl. Joan Laubscher Csec- retaryl. Row 2: Earl Clemen, Bob Tenny, Mrs. A. R. Laubscher, Paula VValker, Marilyn Jackson. Shirley Rooker. Bob Stewart, Norman Eilar. Eugene Burnette. lutheran league Lutheran Row 1: Harriet Knutson, Shirley Koepke, Elberta Glad, Kathleen Shogren, Tommie Jane Bolieu, Pat Foster, Jan Veith. Charlann VVard. Row 2: Anne Leo. Nancy Anderson, Dick Griffith Jr., Richard Griesser, Guido Tihkan, Thomas Nielsen, Bob Ammon. Row 3: Ronald Anderson, Ernest Retrum tpresidentj, Dale Geanlund, Duane Jenson Ctreasurerl, George Drach. Phil Johnson tvice-presidentl. Dr. Loyal Gryting, Rev. George Spindt. ra 0-W 1 a E 3 x f rm A hlllel foundation Jewish Row 1: Sheila Halpert, Pat Fetterman, Bobbi Agron, Neal Kurn, Bobby Parker Qsecretaryl, Milt Liebhaber fvice- presidentl, Seymour Goldstein, Bernice Steinberg Qpresidentb, Anne Pessin, Liba Breger, Do Do Grand, Rainey Goodhart. Row 2: Harriet Agron, Lois Kerns, Iane Kurn, Marilyn Davison, Elaine Klein, Diane Rosenblatt, Myron Ginsburg, Mrs. D. Allen Cohen, D. Allen Cohen, Sheila Levy, Joan Reisz. Row 3: Cyrille Silberman, Isa- bel Feldman, Myron Freeman, Anita Reiser, Rachel Kinel, Carol Greenberg, Burton Cohen, Sally Malinsky, Shar- lene Sack, Alex Schneider, Lee Goldberg, Lou Goldberg, Avrum Hirsch, Melvina Bellman. Row 4: David Novick, Bob Axelrod, Bob Rubin, Mel Robbins, Ronnie Weiss, Bernard Duskin, Bob White, Larry Sandell, Abraham Resisa, Ken Abrams, Dick Lerner, Frank Cohen, Alan Montag, jack Cramer. wesley foundation Methodist Row l: Arlette Martinsen, Norma Crabtree, Mary Lou Samuel, Arlene Martinsen, Glenda Westenberg, Ann Crawford, Beth Hoffman, Betty Stevenson, Eugene Etter, Edwin H. Aiken. Row 2: Chloe Noble fsecretaryb, Mary Sinclair, Mary Hamilton, Elaine Zeigler, Sudie Wygant. Barbara Crawford, Joan Isbell, Nora Perry, jane Rose, Robert Paulsell, Walter Toy, Bob Stewart, Row 3: Bob Snyder, Larry Lockhart, Bob Thomas, Lee Hickerson, Iim Craig Ctreas- urerj, Carl Larson, Tom Latimer. Row 4: Tom Cubbage. Sam Summers, Ralph Johnson, Bill Morrison, Bill Collins Cpresidentj, Jim Allen, Montgomery Summers, Bill Swift. roger williams club baptist student union Northern Baptist Southern Baptist Row 1: Norman Underwood, Margaret Keeble, Nancy Boehle, Nancy Telgh- , I . h . I Y , I, . .A l man, Sue Lash C Secretaryp, Virginia Dunham, Mary Lou Kooncey Gene C. Row l. Carl Witcher, Emajean Ixerber, Betty Beck, Lillian Jones, Vassa Totten, William D. Stigers. Row 2: Clifton Quinn, Robert L. Dunham, Ed Casey, Allene Power, Alan Duncan. Row 2: David Butler, Jac Kennedy. Woods Cpresidentl, Charles VVoods lvice-presidentj, Bud Flinn Ctreasurerl, G A L H O d B' bl G S I John Journey, Chuck Adams, Henry VVay, VValter K. White. we yers' Owe Imam ' Joyce 'U ar' Gorge YP wr' .,., !-, : A . if ' - 1 ff , s 9 6 f s 1. 940 s s ll Q 'e F B E w'a' s ,.'4 1 Q M? 1 I ,lf '! 233 'J 4 CI iv ities ,IVE v I K ' ,EN F 5 s Q SM, 'Q h-..,,q 'EEF -5 X is nr 'im .RQ fa i MM "I'd like you to meet . . ." Spur Gwen Best intro- duces Dale Stewart to freshmen Beth Morris and Lee er Donohoe at the Freshman Mixer. X, --px 1 !4 X !'A ' if 5 . . I W , If 7 , n e 1' 7-I2 freshman week at k ,- 1 xl , . - EQ a 'H' V W J I , 70- - , ,r A I its xi ' ' e,e 5' . r r s J ,' if 1' A '-5 'Q A Freshman Cary Patterson meets the receiving line-Dean Karen Carlson, Mrs. Richard Harvill and AWS President Anne Sporer-at the AWS tea under the guidance of Joan Engholm. Exam time starts early for freshmen as they fill the University Auditorium to take the required aptitude test. I2-Ili registration A Humanities has got to go somewhere!" Prof. Arthur Beattie Registration is double trouble for freshman twins Bill and John tries to fit in the required course for Rene St. Julien and Carol Jones, and also for Myrna Guenther, who must check their Carney. Mike McGuire makes an adjustment in his plans. cards. Dick Joachim and Howlett Smith are next in line. -292- I2-26 irosh indoctrination Traditions members Buddy Davidson, Jim Dormann and Dean Miller sell freshman footballer Bob Hilt a beanie to cover his newly shaved head while Don Van Sickle and John Jones wait their turn. "Not too bad!" say Karen Klausner, Sherrill Hough and Kathleen Kuse as they buy the traditional green hair bows from Spur Faye Harelson. "You should have worn your green bows," Spurs Phyllis Babbitt, Mary Ann Beiser, Michelle Mason, Cynthia Gardner and Gwen Best warn braided Nancy Dwyer. Under that spray of water is Jim Dormann, Traditions president, pooled by freshman winners of the Fresh- man-Sophomore Brawl. 7-I6 rush I3 all-u picnic J-71 I .1 S 'Y -P "V fb "ix 1 Beth Morris chats with Gwen and Gail Williams on the steps of Cissy Cecil, Stew Dillingham, Sherrill Hough, Janey Binda and Yavapai before leaving for a preference dessert. Terry Coyle get acquainted at the religious picnic. -z9s- ' lg IQ-Na!! day Blazing in its traditional glory, the "A" reigns above Tucson as the men of the Traditions Committee have had their legal playing with fire. 'Y 12' W' K "Bear Down," cheer pom-pon girls Michelle Mason, Carol Cleminson, Jane Griffith, Bev Goff, and cheer- leader Red Hayes to a downtown throng of freshmen about to go up and paint the "A," 30 - artist series 4-'De - X ll , 1. Soprano Nadine Conner starred opening Artist Series, Sept. 30. in the -294- "The 'A's' burned-now we can dance." Students get acquainted at the Prexy Mixer in the SU ballroom after taking time out to watch the burning "A," r X A.. 5 YW xg Y g ,1 , Rui x , "Wai ' I gi naman! 1 '24 1 , x V6 . l".:i', -, I V 5 f f ' 5. 44 a' st, R ,-W Jody Ellis laughs as Mike 0'Connell and Willie Smull give Inez Calusa a little extra water to help her wash off the whitewash. 4 Question of the day: Which is getting the better coat of whitewash- the formerly green freshmen or the "A"? F 4 1 if 1, iz i M 4 IM october Even bunnies get in the political hop! Jim Ferguson, candidate for frosh treasurer, helps bunny Merlenya Weitzel give candy to Joel Fontaine. Cris Wilson plays sand- wich board man. Nl ,E s IO T' Q. OJ UT CD 2. CD 0 SL". 0 D U7 Us i Z G, W1 0 .sjgfb Could be dangerous-Pete Kesling furth-ers his campaign for senior class president by drawing caricatures of two females with a vote, Kay Mason and Mary Jo Wimberley. night sa egg s I4 - jazz Ugliest of the ugly, Don Matlock, Phi Psi, collected the most votes and the most money for Alpha Phi Omega, service honorary. Go, man, Go! Norm Curtice and his band play it loud and lively at the Varsity Night's "Jazz at the Student Union." L,Y 26-6 ugly man contest Jim Rea casts his vote for his favorite ugly man. Larry Lockhart is undecided. No matter which jar it went in, the money went to charity. -295- 10-mom an 1 Aihubh .-ftp '- l it The 22nd annual Blom and Dads Day attracted more than 1700 parents from all over the country and marked the 18th gridiron victory since the day originated. Par- ents attended an assembly-pep rally, toured the campus and the colleges. watched a tennis exhibition and a three- act play and met the president and the deans at the presidents, reception at Maricopa Hall. That night they watched the Wildcats top the University of New Mexico 20-0. and saw the band put on a spectacular half-time performance in their honor. Several parents were called to the football field to receive "Av blankets. Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRae of St. David had the three chil- dren in school with the highest collective grade average -Don. Neil and Ray. jack Hopper, father of june Hopper, Fine Arts freshman, traveled from Rexford, N. Y., and won a blanket for having come the greatest distance. House decorations greeted the folks also, and Sigma Chi Won the sweepstakes prize in the contest. Chi Omega Won the womenis division, and Theta Chi took first in the menis division. Mortar Board and Blue Key. senior honoraries, were sponsors of the day. 59- ff- T iii' "" iai- -fel it "So this is where my daughter spends her time." Looking over the Student Union, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Binda, San Femando, Calif., are reg- istered by Glee Mitchell as daughter Jane waits to show them around. dad' day 1 I I 1 X 1 4 Q 5 W I 1 I i I V 1 1 I I r 4 Blue Key President John Rosenberg congratulates jubilant sweep- 1 stakes winners Sid Shore and Bob Mountjoy, who receive the trophy ' for Sigma Chi's house decorations. 1 At half-time Jack Lee and his band fonn a heart for Mom and Dad. Winner -- 297 ui Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRae of St. David line up with their three sons, Don, Neil and Ray, after receiving an "A" blanket from Dr. Richard A. Harvill for having the most children in school- and with the highest collective grade average. awards Parents' Recognition Most Children-Xlr. and Mrs. George A. Moline Greatest Distance-Jack Hopper House Decorations Sweepstakes-Sigma Chi Fraternity VVome11,s Division-Chi Omega Sorority Mens Division-Theta Chi Fraternity BQU .1 M house decorations "qvvqw . ve . f 4 , Q . ' A -if ifif. Women's Division - Chi Omega ,QA-wh, -Hin Y ' 'f ' fr "Mom and Dad, You're the Sweetest" - f .. L: -. .' f A 3,3',1f5iiff'f'v"-,' A -QQ- .-Q 'Eggs Men's Division - Theta Chi 'ph Q 'q'-A 'f ka x '- 4 "With Straight-Eight Roaring, and Chassis Greaseclj' in s A" A 12' -' N Q , 'W 1 'iff We Think You're the Most, to Say the Least! L. .u Vw "' -,W ., . I K If , -.5 A elim Sh ha. L th ,. , , ,. ,. -' gf A as ' A ang 1 a ef A New Mexico Lobo gets a. good roasting by Sigma Alpha Epsilon's cooks. Kappa Alpha Theta's "mummy" and "pop" greet Arizona's folks MOM DADS BAR 8 Q i. ,,. H: Q -1-ew, 3 f at , .i ......v gg' E 321+ N.+ 1 As '-10 Aw i uv' dA f Pflffnis TW' wvlfvmvd "With 0D?n arms" hy Alpha Phi's white octopus. Maricopa, I-Iall,s saguaros are really "stuck on Mom and Dad." -298- Art Filiatrault doesn't look too unhappy being caught by the best-dressed winners of the Sadie Hawkins contest-Roxie Hermle, Lee Atkins and Mary Kay Morris. Hadley Hicks wears the turnip-leaf crown for crossing the finish line without being caught, but Bev Goff and Jane Howsare, winners of the "fastest girl" contest, have him now. I7- stag night I2-I6 - 'cwirp week Q-9 "My, you look fetching!" Dianne O'Connor and Mary Jean McGregor pin turn-about corsages of cigars and match books on dates Dick Johnson and Jim Marlowe. 5 5 'X if 3 men dance to the music of Johnny Barringer's Coeds who caught their Orchestra at the AWS formal, the Story Book Ball. Girls sat with the girls and boys with the boys-and it doesn't look like they minded at Arizona's first Stag Night at the Marquette game. -299- I 4 ,S 'K- At half-time the 20 bands of 1300 high school students combine with the UA band to salute the card stunt flag with John Philip Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever." ,QQ 0 :DP I 5 X 5 31-high schoo 0 enlor clay Senior Day royalty are Queen Mary Berry of Salpointe and attend ant Marv Louise Rich from St. Marv's. Behind them are attend ants Jeanne Walsh, Tucson High: Loretta Mann, Amphitheatre and Carolyn Brosig, Mesa R A-......,Q n , , N 3 A I. All part of the campus tour - Instructor Steve Fazio shows "When the saints go marching in" - Charlie Butler, trumpeter UA.guide Stan Smith and four high school seniors a horticulture from Tucson High, and UA's Jerry Seiler lead the parade around exhibit. the ballroom. -300- Captain Queeg fLloyd Nolan! tells his version of the mutiny to Attorney Barney Greenwald fHenry Fondaj. Defendant Stephen Maryk lJohn Hodiakb looks on- from "The Caine Muntiy Court Martial." f-6 Xie, The French National Band, The Guard Republican of Paris, performed at November's second Artist Series program. I2 - coed capers w ft I estannsneu tradition ox early morning sunuay nreanuasms an Sabino Canyon. november t .rf up Ja .0 1 xo! C, 0' J Q. 3, IO - artist series "Dig those crazy coeds!" Barbara Zerrien and Mona Bambauer live it up in the Spurs' Twirp Week skit. 5 ? . 5 ' f ' 1 Q f A 1 , Q. , f " 52 1 I 4 E :fl ' ' E t iffrf' M . i Ig, LA , : F zq, ,1., 2 Z , 1 Y 5 A W 2 b ' E . 4 Q Q Q 3 rs I 5 Q "The God of great endeavor gave me a torch to bear . . J, President Mary Stagner reads the traditional Mortar Board pledge to close Coed Capers -301- V, 13-union birihday pariy "Gee! for me?" Walt Roberson presents the award for outstanding Union employee to Hector Manciet, games room supervisor. ,LY 60 George Booth displays uncontrolled emotion S upon being named Wilmer of the Gloomy Gus contest. His sad expression won a trophy for his fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega. EEE f it 2 H A if f f '!? SUAB Chairman Walt Roberson brings the roof down as Markie Barker, Norma Crab- tree and Betty Walker help demolish the traditional birthday cake replica of the Student Union. ,, , . A 'ww ' I 1 ' ' The fancy footwork of Sunny Schlothauer and Bob Pirtle gave Sawdust on the floor, bathtub punch and a jazz band added a them first prize in the jitterbug contest. They also won the speakeasy effect to the Black Friday theme in Louie's Lower Level. waltz competition. - 302 - ZO, 21 -homecoming gl Till il WV'-19 5655336 2 SEQ! Three generations of Solomons attended the alumni luncheon-Hattie fFerrinQ Solomon, '98, her son, Lt. Col. Adolph Solomon, '31, and his daughter, Sandra Solomon, now a freshman at UA. .f ,f ' -a The University opened its gates to 3,000 alumni for the 36th annual Homecoming fes- tivities. This vear's reunion honored the golden and silver jubilee classes of 1903 and 1928. Kay Mason was crowned Homecoming Queen at the dance by bandleader Les Brown. Alums were entertained at an all- alumni luncheon at the Pioneer Hotel and a pre-game buffet in the Union ballroom. I MS. The Arizona-State football game climaxed the day in a 126-26 deadlock. .11 Alex Jacome starts a standing ovation for Mrs. Clara Fish Roberts, '97, one of three members of the first graduating class of the Uni- versity. Kappa Kappa Gamma - Sweepstakes Winner "Ark of Triumph" I -303- fl- . l ., 2 Y as winnin 1 .I Kappa Alpha Thcta - First Place Bcauty, Womens Division I ' T "Sunil ui' Xvl1,'illI'BU !"""' ."5 li.- H ll'airiQ. if Tm. Gamma Phi B-eta-First Place Originality, Women's Division "Play It Cool But Boar Downv W Alpha Phi - Sc-cond Place Beauty, Women's Division HW, ,. N , ., 1-rv un Uur Im-N. lxzuisans Delta Delta Delta - Second Place Originality, WVomen's Division "NVQ-'rc Off to Sue the Wfildcnt XViZtlI'dn -1 ,:,...a4 '?'.- ' ,bil van! i ... - ..4-s- - .:.x.,:,' A '-1-A-. ' A 'Y my 4 ' . J - .Zig-v,?I': .V , -- ' - .sxfi-'?',n,Q?'j'f4E':1 .Q EAT EN U Alpha Chi Omega - Third Place Beauty, Women's Division Newman Club - Third Place Originality, Women's Division "Glide on to Viutoryu "Eat 'Em Upi' floais Phi Kappa-First Place Beauty, Men's Division "Heaven Help 'Emu Sigma Epsilon Club-First Place Originality, Mens Division "The Sig Eps Say:" 1 -:Q vx3X,,.., 1- 1318" Kappa Sigma-Second Place Beauty, Men's Division "Hello A1ums" , Qi Phi Delia Theta-Second Place Originality, Men's Division "We're Layin' for Kansas State" Sigma Nu - Third Place Originality, Men's Division Sigma Chi - Third Place Beauty, Men's Division "Get Out, Old Lady, We're Giving Kansas the Boot" "Kansas State Kapsizedn -305- "School was never like this when we were here!" Admiring alums pause for refreshments as they tour the new home ec management house. homecoming activities Putting their best feet forward, Art Cohen and Red Hayes urge the parade spectators to whoop it up for the team. - X ff: x-.Z Clutching the Sweepstakes trophy, Kappa Ann Vickers beams in ecstacy as Governor Howard Pyle, Dick Coutchie, Nilo Larriva, Bob Bushroe and Guy Fimbres smile their approval. As the card stunt section says "Bang!" the band forms a. cannon, and 'Q . '13 A., . Ui" .ri shoots fireball Bill Lester, drum major. Spur Ann Pittenger registers Dave Windsor, Stub Ashcraft and Herbert McDonald, class of 1941, for the Weekendys festivities. -306- Bandleader Les Brown places the floral crown on Kay Mason's head, making her official Homecoming Queen for 1953. homecoming dance Surrounded by a bevy of instruments, Les Brown is all ready to make music for Arizona's dancing Wildcats. Les Brown smiles with the Queen and her court - Alice Allington, Marilyn Dodson, Kay Mason, Brown, Bev Goff and Mary Ellison. Was that your foot? Undergraduates and alums packed the Student Union ballroom to dance to Les Brown's orchestra and view Arizona's 1953 Homecoming Queen. -307- I9 - honors assembly 28 - tempe rally 5 1 H my . 9.1" 5 L. 5-li ,ik. ' rx Same chant. second verse, "Beat Tempe." Pompon girls Jane Grif- fith and Bev Goff lead the parade down First Avenue. ,. ,.,..V. "' " .. .. ... .M Dr. Chauncey Boucher, past president of the Associa- tion of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, speaks at the fall honors assembly. 56 1. sv MQ ' x as-2 l I Q W "Bear Down, Arizona"-band, cheerleader Red Hayes and pompon girls go into action on the streets of downtown Phoenix. No complaints on spirit! After the 120-mile drive for the game of the year, Wildcat rooters are ready to yell. -308- V I 5 l I infer . - december "Not so bad after all"-Nurse Margaret Hurse smiles encourage- ment to Dawn Benson as she donates one of the record-breaking 911 pints in the Red Cross drive. 7-9 Z blood clrive Their cups runneth over-representatives of winning organizations are Al Trafi canti, Kappa Alpha, fraternity division: Kenny Ruud, Chi Omega, sorority divi sion: and Art Di Salvo. Newman Club, organization division. o IFPC Social Chairman Bill Ehringer crowns Sar- 5 - l'F'p'C' anna Hill queen of the pledge council's dance. 7 - rededication 9 - dance recital if ,f AL B' 1, H? Q1 '.f .39 seg Lest we forget-Mrs. Peter H. Waid, widow of an Arizona grad- "Dragnet"-modern dance style-is interpreted by Elaine Trem- uate killed in World War II, stands at the memorial plaque with blay, Dundee Hueftlin, Caroline Budurin and Martha Cervantes her son, Peter Jr., during the rededication of the Union Memorial in the advanced dance departments Christmas recital. Building. -310- - 5 5 "'Twas the night before Christmas and . . J, the Student Union awaits Santa. 5-J 'J nlkfi y . f W I3-I8 christmas week "More tinsel up here!" says Dick Sarrail on the ladder to Anne Sporer, Mary Kay Welch and Art Webster, decorating a tree at the Christmas party. It's caroling time in the Union, and Kappa Kappa Psi, band honorary, supplies some Yule cheer with "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing." Santa Claus, alias Bill Ryan, talks with some ardent admirers at the IFC Christmas party for underprivileged children. I6 - i.i.c. christmas party I7 - i.f.p.c. pajama race u f ' 1 af- 'HQOA w wi, X Fiji anchor man Hadley Hicks receives a trophy from Barry Brown, IFPC president, for winning the pajama race. IFPC adviser Tom Rogers and ASUA prexy Jerry Young watch in approval. -311- - r No coaching! Not even the ghost in the aisle can help these humanities students struggle through the final. nu 3 lf,-f ya-XI, 44, ,xr '7 'f p A gf ! 1 ,sl G ff f W X iqg 1 f I If 9 -bln . El IS-23 final exams "What a bonfire this would make!" Pledge Murray Rogaw does his stint for the March of Dimes by clean- ing up a back yard despite a broken arm. J v ZAKQ-X-1, Y we me., I I V 1 '?5':f,'?f?f+3 , ' -4 , fr: N,,V,4, Sv :gf wah. X 1-- k - -X' . .-.-few .- I D 41 'str' s. x A d A ,Q 3 , 7.1 - E te. vt , . .1 lm 'f 172 ie- I an Q. 5' ff ' Q , N?-.A..f-1-..'5i xr.. V c - V L Kawai. -,il I: IU, ',,.fx-nal:-gi. Ma Wx . ,M W, f Wav? 1, -f . 'S ff? 7i33s?F?rfg2g5f-gggf:eswf5.f:pe3g.:ff-4-5.-3, f' , fp: 23-f?1.:f.' ' . three . 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'..x.-.Jigs-ALJ'-s'?.'.'.zen x- - Pledge bandsmen make music downtown at Congress and Scott- and collect money from passing audiences for the March of Dimes. 27-30 help week "You gotta do this to pay money?', Crowds line up to have their regis tration material checked and pay fees so they're legally students. 26, 27 registration Time out with the hairdressers for the young lady in the chic chapeau as pledges Court Sheppard and George Bloom donate their services. 5?-uw 'ff 1 "Xe, 3 -312- Mortar Board President Mary Stagner taps Ed Harris with a bop hat as Most Eligible Bachelor. I- -In-mtg. X ...ui M Nat Vincenti pours punch for Mona Munch to give to date Bob Latorre. B februafY y J I of az E70 1 f ff, 5--mortar board formal The Eligible Bachelors and their dates line up - Carroll McAllister and Chloe Noble, Phil Rutkowski and Ann Simis, "Most Eligible" Ed Harris and Barbie Kohler, Jim Dormann and Mary Ellison, Norm Speckmaier and Shelley Heath. Coeds who ca-nght their own bachelors dance past the wintery decorations at the Snow Ball. mi 313- ,ffff T 6 Bruce Branscomb. 1954 Rodeo Boss RODEO WINNERS All-Around Champion Cowboy ',,,, ,YYY.,,,, , ., A-Xll-Around Champion Cowgirl Qtiel ..A, Champion Roper ,,,. ,. luder ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Champion Champion Nlenls Organization .Y,,,, ., Champion XVoinen's Organization ,Y,A,,, Bareback Bronc Riding ,,,, , Brahma Brill Riding ,,Y,,,,, Saddle Bronc Riding ...., 13 8m 14-rodeo XVith the coming of a "bigger and betteru XVestern XVeek, cash- ineres and cords were replaced on campus by Levis. broad- brimined hats and fancy stitched boots. A dude not rigged up in three articles of western clothing soon found himself lassoed and thrown in the corral. Price to get out was buying a rodeo ticket. chewing tobacco. or "rolling your own" and smoking it. The 1-lth annual rodeo. held at Kinsley's Ranch. was filled with two days of events for cowboys and cowgirls. Over Sl.-100 in trophies and prizes were awarded in seven events. One of the features was an exhibition of trick riding by ll-year-old Ann Pickering. The rodeo dance brought students to the barn at Kinsley's to stomp to Bob NIC-Kean and his Arizona Hayriders 4 and to see jan .....XIel Potter ..YYendy Carr Pat Hall ,mhlel Potter Bill Ullman Aggie House ,e,,Chi Omega Frank Adams ,t,,,.Bill Ullman ,Chris Borden Calf Roping ,,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,, K I e l Potter Bulldogging c,,c, ,... YYcc,, 1 t ockne Rogers Double Hugging ..,.. ,,c,,,,,c,,,,,,,,,r,, , ,Pete Voevodsky Team Tying ....,, ,,,,,, , .. ...Dale XVillis-Ray Underdown Girls' Goat Tying .........,r. e c.i,.cccc.c ,cc.cccccccccccc.c.ccYccc,,,,.,,,.,,, P at Hull Girls' Cloyerleaf Barrel Race ..., .. cccccccccccc VVendy Carr Girls' iVild Cow Milking e,,e ,,ee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G Q til Beismeyer Nlixed Team Tying .,,Y, ,,,,... ....c . X Vendy Carr-Nlel Potter Lindmoe crowned Rodeo Queen. "Yah, we did it!" Connie Alkire and her cohort Ginny Ruhberg. representing Maricopa Hall, outran and out- shoved their coed opponents to win the greased pig race. They ain't quite got the hang of it, but winner Chris Wilson, Roll it-or end up in the corral! Jinx Brown attempts a one- Ellen Hunt, Honey Whiting, Shirley Helbig, Willie Huggett, Mar- handed roll on a home-made cigarette, threatened by Junior garet Hines and Evie Lothrop try to smoke a stogie for Emcee Hedges and Jerry Darlington. Marilyn Vance is the ticket seller Nick Kondora at the Rodeo Varsity Night. in the horse trailer. -314- fp 42.5 ie o 4' X an! vs 0 mmllvg J5- .. " bf" -K xj YQ v A x xb Lucky! Lucky! Lucky! Rodeo Queen Jan Lindmoe receives the traditional horseshoe of flowers. Fislgm ily' f - r Planners for the big Western day were members of the Rodeo Com- mittee-Chuck Critchlow, Ray Latta, Terrill Bryce, Bruce Branscomb Wally Clauss and Tom Noonan. rodeo dance X! Jan Lindmoe may be cuter but Carl Manfredi won a title, too. His bearded face took first prize in the bushiest beard contest. Put your little foot right here! Doing the Varsouvienne are Roy Paige, Julie Wilkins, Bob Robinson, JoAnne Pierce and Dick Bannehr. -315- K 5 r rodeo aciion i r How's that for time? Pete Voevodsky signals he's finished to win first place in double mugging with a time of 36 seconds flat. John Killian is the hazer. we---M .wld W Hu... Champion Cowboy Mel Potter and Cowgirl VVendy Carr work together to win first place in the mixed team tying in 28.7 seconds. Hi-Ho, Silver! This 10-second ride won Chris Borden first place in 1 saddle-bronc riding. 1 5? qi 5 r was 1 4 1 W Pat Hull, who tied with Wendy Carr for All-Around Cowgirl, milked a wild cow in 15.9 seconds to win second place. That ain't hay that O. H. Pickering is awarding Mel Potter for being All-Around Cowboy. It's a S300 saddle and the Fowler Perpetual Trophy. is an XY I I 1""" .' H' Q' grit -316- I4-I9 religion in liie week Pat Hull, Gwen Williams and Janet Marsh corner Rev. Glenn C. McGee for some pri- vate counseling at the Theta house. Father Frederick Curry puts his point across at the Tri Delt house, as throughout the week religious speakers were invited to talk at sororities and fraternities. William Primrose, world-famed violist, appeared on the Artist Series program February 18. I8 - artist series I8-20 fund drive ? George Bloom really didn't fall asleep on the job urging Prof. "Put some money in the pot, boy!" quips Betts Beneker as Tex Louis Meyer's full value as he auctioned off campus celebrities Hines and Bill Perry put forth for the 3-in-1 campus fund drive. for charity. 1 -317- lm l A Queen of the year, Barbara Bracco, sophomore fine arts major, is crowned Desert Queen by Desert busi- ness manager Jack Waltuch. 27-desert dance 6, R x af Q i Im if N . - ..,., -., 1 guys, , f jf "I can't believe it!" Barbara Bracco is slightly surprised at the news of her queenship. Attendants Bonnye McFarland, Norma 1 Bartel. Ann Stallcup and Jacqui Robinson look on. w Molly Thompson hands a corsage to Elean- or Walker as date, Lowell Fowble and Betty Meads look on. Bw, u l I h n W I 51 1 'I xii wg ll' r :I wi M ll I I K 3 "Do the bunny-hop! Hop! Hop! Hop!" commands Jack Reed's music, and the crowd at the Desert dance complies. u -31a- 1 S 'imvowasnlf i f-0 Aw fx?" . 1 M , . - -' , I 319- pring Artist Series presentation. X Pianist Paul Badura-Skoda appeared at the March 9 m af, fn Q0 0 - if 9-artist series 2-5 fine arts workshop 2 5,5 f ' ,Q '5 "Sure'n its' a shilleagh!" Dean John C. Park fills in for St. Patrick as he knights George Freeman, James Christman and Everett R. Anderson on the Eng'ineer's Day. 31 f nr: .- , 5 . . . , y Eleanor Gobrecht serves punch to Dr. Campton Bell, University ot ' Denver: Eddie Hearn, UCLA: Peter Morroney, UA, and Gilmor Brown. - S Pasadena Playhouse, at the workshop reception. 24-primary elections 8 G I - 4 X - 'A 744 in "Show your activity ticket to Carol Tiedman before you vote," "Who'll it be?" Tension mounts as students impatiently await Bill Kohl tells Walter Toy, Herb Beazley, John Oboryshko, Ron the outcome of the balloting in the lobby of the Student Union. Blazina, and Gil Gonzales. -320- " A stray bunch of coolies from the Pi Phi's sweepstakes-winning skit, "Vl'0TC Wants You," are Marcia Flaxman, Tissie French, Jeri Denslow and Dee Burkhart. "When do we go on?" These Pi Phi's aren't going to miss their cue if they can help it. 19-varsity sho Rattlin' round their "Dry Bones" are Gamma Phi's Erna Blezinger, Ann Hall, Stephene Monk and Sydney Deal, who won the w0men's division. Bill Crary, "heroine" of the ATO's "Ari- zona," glares at romantic interest, Phil Zen- der. ATO's won first in the men's division with the "Oklahoma" takeoff. -321- Enjoying newfound luxury-both fellas and gals were invited to splash around in the women's pool during 0 Spring Weekend. ' S rln Wee en - L 5 ,h an - 'sf f f - .. - . . .. . , . , , e"' 4 . ' - - Q Q .X hm-lllty' t.'llUl'llS Inu-, 23-sent XIVXICQIII tllllllt'l'. hw' fret- IHUYICS. swmnnm: Tx 'S j ei ' ,E hn' L'X't'l'yUlll', the ch-chcntinn of tha- hnnkstcm- and Ll chnlce llighlightenl the if, -t. 'MV .- . . . V . - , . , . , , 4 .-:- f' -Q.. r. 'Q , .1 f f Q, ,,j 5-530 5U.XB-sponsored Spring Nl et-kend. The Irncnltx' X2ll'SlflY Show Tlnlrsdzw. f- Ww e. J lr ,, ' H "5-.. A- ' '- 1 ' ' - ' -w- "' 'M' X" 53'-. Q03 ,, " . opt-nt-cl the weckn-incl with the huokstore dc-chcntlon I4l'ld2lY night. Fresh- W- ' g"4T1g'sEZ1gi,, - . 4 'SU ' . ' - . ---' ,...-,--- . ..,., . ' ' --.H ., ' me-n sponsored the Sntnrclnx llllllf dance, the Futhmn Fantasy. I'L'1ltlll'lllfI, ---- f-','.,,,N.5-:1f?ffr ,,M. g A , 3 fi ,ff ' f X' f tw the finest ch-colutinlns eu-1' seen in thc halllrooln. the trimmings even had an xnernmicl and an tl'tJLlSlll't' Q-ln-st. Bnhhy' Dania-ls was crowned Frcslnnun Queen. 1 Campus cats Swede Johnson, Karen Carlson, 0. A. Simley, Fran- cis Roy, Peggy O'Neall and "Prexy" Philip Hudson live it up at the Faculty Night Student Council meeting. .f" 'X I iam.. Joan Moran and Walt Roberson pause for a little coffeetime with Eric Siburg at the Book- store dedication, a special part of Spring Week- end. if sim' n ' Raising 15 rahs at the Faculty Varsity Night are upompon girls" Rose Cracchiola. Nancy Baker, Jean Livdahl, Mary Ellen Beam, Betty Walker and Margaret Windsor. fy v, r AX ' ff :Wi ' I The new 540,000 bookstore, a wing of the Student Union, officially opened its doors at the formal dedication March 26. --322- "Should I get another taco?" wonders Julie Knott as Spurs Barbara Blue, Bev Perkins and Nancy Naujoks serve the Mexican dinner. Aexxxx . I ' ' , gxsfb. . K 5 X , ' . . XX X , pf ti X ,f , My ff X Sr Qu.,-I "We don't get it for two bits every day." Jim Mulchay dishes up dinner for a hungry crew in front of the Union. 27 - freshman dance it ' ing VX Freshman royalty and their dates pose in front of the buried treasure- Dick Anklam, Ginger Johnson, Fritz Schmitz, Ann Boice, Queen Barbara Daniels, Buz Halvorsen, Janet March, George Rountree, Lee Donohoe and Hadley Hicks. -323- Though the crown's not made of coral, Barbara Dan- iels becomes Queen of the Fathom Fantasy and the freshman class. Frosh President Burt Kinerk crowns her behind the fishnet decorations. Q fi y april Bob Royal submerges himself in front of the Union to prove his loyalty as a Beam supporter after the political rally. - Sff.:1,gx ll 4 ' A, , l we - w an 7 - final elections Wim 0,9 V0 f H ,f I? VOL JMA rv Plenty of noise, all kinds of signs and a. little cheesecake domi- nate the political rally in the ballroom as varied stunts back favorite campaigners. Beam supporters let out with a prolonged whoop as the election returns are announced in the Student Union lobby. 3 - military ball Queen Nancy Naujoks and Tom Manson and Lee Donohoe Twin royalty, AFROTC Queen Nancy Naujoks and ROTC Queen with Larry Jones enjoy themselves at the Military Ball. Mary Ellison are laden down with trophies and roses after their selection. -324- 8-IO i.a.w.s. convention .7 .' 5 -4 Author Clarence Budington Kelland speaks on women in politics at the convention luncheon. Guests Bob Beam, Phyllis Munch, Jerry Young, Lorraine Hughes lwashington Statej, Micaela Blay and Betty Jo Ewing listen to the speaker. s S g .. 3 w mi 2 .Stage XWQMWEQ Q Registration helpers get ready to sign delegates at the Regional AWS Convention. Doris Altwegg, Beth Morris, Phyllis Barnum, Barbie Mitchell and Mabel White prepare their lists. "Organization and Administration of AWS Regula- tions"-That's the discussion group that Carleen Zim- merer of Colorado A. 85 M. is leading. lo , At a panel discussion on foreign students, Elvira Weiss, Micae.a Blay and Nina Kostopoulou tell delegates of their problems while Mona Munch moderates the panel. I2 - artist series Metropolitan star Jan Peerce has one avid fan for sure at the University-his daughter Joy. - Whirl your partner 'roundl Delegates learn dancing in the old square dance style at a Western Stomp held for the conventioneers. 325 29 - women's day 3 1 ff' 5 ' ' Q, WSL Q3 ,. N. if , -2 , f Well worth the work! Mortar Board president Sue Donohoe taps Mary Stagner new president for 1953-54. Peggy Hynson directs the Delta Gammas in the song that tied for first place-"Be- yond the Blue Horizon." Forming a cool but chattering mass of white, women eat lunch on the library lawn following the assembly. ' Scholastic, honorary and organizational awards are announced at the Vtomen s Day assembly in the auditorium. J" NCTT4 ffblllfi 9 E- 1 Q. il "Is it real?" Janice Darlington makes sure the second place trophy really is for Phrateresl rendition of stu- dent Iloulctt Smith's song, "I Share the Night." -326- .- maY as 3 - men's night I2, I3 - aquacacie ,vm Mermaids Ruth Draper, Hilda Baldwin, Pat Anderson, Sherry Doug- las and Jocelyn Sykes decorate the side of the pool in the finale of the 1953 Aquacade. 327 - . K 1 J t . I s nsro smug 'V I f - K, ,S 2. .554-3'-. .- -2 x ,J , Q i 5 s if TMS RW EA T!fKEB?3 SOLD HERE fig, royalfy desert queen BONNYE MCFARLAND NORMA BARTEL Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Kappa Gamma ANN DHU STALLCUP JACQUI ROBINSON Pima Hall Chi Omega affendants I -saa- 3. ,M 'vw-'If ,Ass limi' 1: julia Burgms. Alpha Phig Carol Karim-cly, Alpha Xi Delta. Huw 2: Inari Eiiglliuliii, Pi Bm-ta Phi: Barbara Braccw. Delta Camma: ,lllllv Agw. Chi Om:-ga: Norma Burtul, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row 3: Ami Crawf lord, Xlaricrvpa Hall: Arm Dhu Stallcup, Pima llallg Annu PL-ssiri, Alpha Epsilun Phi: Aim Pryor. Gamma Phi BL-tag Ann Stvcliilicrgcri. Gila Hall. Not piuturcd: BL-vp-rly Buck. Alpha Chi Omcgag Gloria Janisch. Alpha Chi Umm-gag llcli,-rn Hutcliinsrm. Gamma Phi Beta. -334- deseri queen ,pw- 'QUE New I - .Q A, , 453 WQQQ. andidates Row 1: Rose Marie Greenwoocl. Alpha Xi Delta: Jacqui Robinson, Chi Omega. Row 2: Judy Ranbenheiiner, Kappa Alpha Theta: Donnell Krae- mer, Maricopa Hall: Mary Ellen Finch. Gila Hall: Bonnye McFarland. Kappa Alpha Theta, Row 3: Margie Hinkle, Pi Beta Phi: Lynn Vandercook. Alpha Phi: Norma Chapman. Phrateres: Sandy Iaaslcelainen, Phrateres: Janet Munch, Delta Gannna. Not pictured: Janie Schell, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Gloria XVilde. Delta Delta Delta: Rosemary Siegle, Delta Delta Delta. -335- , f" 19 homecoming queen NIARILYN DODSON BEVERLY GOFF Gila Hall Pi Bcfa Phi A ALICE ALLINGTON MARY ELLISON Gamma Phi Beta Dalia Gamma finalists 3 Wh f -' ui I f o " ' I le. 0' . W 1 2 Q aaay 'SMP' . . . . ' - U I . . . . . 13" vz nf 'AA' ,. " ' ,z ' Q, 1 ,,,,ff" . fxbjyac, lf. I., 4, H r'f"+'..v"lf"f fi I 41"-P 7 ,Q '- Lf- ,Jj,,.i. , -- '. I ','i'-1 1 jx ' wa-r4:yrfi5:w:".- ., lv, Aa. 19--1 -,-- I .,' ',, A .fa . , ui vi. , .-A, "' 'CJFV E aff.: -7-59544541 tlgtlgr Q21 an . -- -1- fl 'A Mr-V: - 'flat +'..,.,,i,far.,.Mr:e. 1,vu..fA 9, - homecoming queen candidate -338- 'S' Q.. Row 1: Marianne Hertel, Maricopa Hall, Beverly Goff, Pi Beta Phig Frankie Seffens, Chi Omega. Row 2: Susan Shafer, Yuma Hallg Mary Ellison, Delta Gammag Markie Barker, Pima Hallg jo Warren, Delta Delta Delta, Kay Mason, Kappa Alpha Theta. Row 3: Gail McIntosh, Alpha Phig Lou Ellen Gatlin, Alpha Xi Deltag Marilyn Dodson, Gila Hall, Alice Allington, Gamma Phi Beta, Marilyn Larson, Alpha Chi Omegag Sally Sancet, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Not pictured: Gerry Bootman, Phrateres. 1 mosf eligible bach Signm E elor . 4' ,Q 1 K PHIL RUTKOXVSKI Sigma Alpha Epsilon .LP X 139' K- .10 . CARROLL MCALLISTER Lambda Chi Alpha b chelor candidates Row 1: jim Quigley. Phi Kappag Dick Kennedy, Kappa Alphag Marty Farrell, Delta Chig Norm Spec-kmaier, Kappa Sigmag Dick Herbst, Zeta Beta Taug Dave Grove, Acaciag Bob Negrette, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row 2: Phil Rutkowski, Sigma Alpha Epsi- long Sherman Bielfelt, Aggie Houseg Dick Anklam, Plzi Gamma Deltag Dick Bidlake, Alpha Tau Omega: Bob C-emmell. Phi Delta Theatg Bob Shoaf, Theta Chig Bruce Riggs, Sigma Xug jim Dormann, Sigma Chi. Not pictured: Ed Harris, Sigma Epsi- lon Clubg juan Alvarez, Hopi Lodgeg Charles Hausenlleck, Pi Kappa Phig Pete Kesling. Pinal Hallg Carroll McAllister, Lambda Chi Alphag Tom Noonan, Phi Kappa Psig Ed Poteet, Delta Sigma Phig XValter Rawson, Lambda Delta Sigma. -340- fik . JIM DORMANN Sigma Chi NORM SPECKMAIER Kappa Sigma finaliSTS V -341- 57 -is-'r,f"' 'ii 'Ss,..-.,ff -I,-XN LINDXIOE Pi H0111 Phi rQd90 queen -342- VVENDY CARR JULIE HODGE Delta Gamma Alpha Phi JOAN BRYAN JOAN PRICE Kappa Alpha Theta Yuma Hall -I-op CQWgirlS .g 3 .4-NYV' ff. "'::'1 16' , f f 0' . x ren, ,,,.f-vii., fu' at Jijmmr Nw ' . , gy " ' ' f5,.l,i"f 1. 5 ' " W , ' f 1 ,I -.'.f ff-,,,, -, 'Wi i ,.plfp,2z?i,,, Q 4' 'W ' , f ,.a,, .U ., r -it it A 'r l 'Ll f 1. . A rodeo queen anclidates How 1: janv Foot, Kappa Kappa Cammag Kenney Ruud, Chi Omega. How 2: Sandra Scholthaucr, Maricopa Ilallg Lee' Swearingen, Gamma Phi Beta: Julie Hodge, Alpha Phi How 3: Janice Catlin, Alpha Xi Deltag YVendy Carr, Delta Gamniag Molly Tlummpson, Pima Hall. Not pictured: Marian Pwnctzky, Alpha Chi Omegag Nona Paull, Delta Delta D1-ltug Joan Bryan, Kappa Alpha Theta: jan Lindmoe, Pi Beta Phig Arlinc Nurrington, Gila Ilallg Ellen Hunt, Yavapai Hallg Joan Price, Yuma Hallg Xlary Ann Crm-nsfcldcr, Phratcres. -344- I xmci YAUIOKS ROTC' Queen AFROTC and ROTC Candidates How 1: Mary Ellison. Squadron 91 P it Hall, Squadron 2. Row 2: Kay Frappr-. Squadron -lg Darlene Denton. Squadron 7: Arden XVallace-. Wing and Group stuffy lane Howsare, Squadron 31 Nancy Nau- joks. Battalion 2: Barbara Kolilcr. Bat- talion 7. Row 3: Laurie Rosc. Company E and Squadron S1 Joey Holtvr. SquadA ron 11 Leta French. Squadron 6. Not present: Marianne Heftel. Squadron G: Ann Stoclovell, Battalion lg Kay Van Sant, Battalion Headquarters Staff: -lo- nc-al Xvilliilllli Company F1 My-rlc Tan.- plcton, Company Dr KAY VAN SAN'l ANN STOCKXYELL Buttfzlion f1UlIlIlflllll'fLlY Battalion 1, ROTC Staff, ROTC "lt Ht- Qreek 90ddeSS 1 LEE DOXUIIOE H1'111'1'.s1'11ti11g S1,!lHll 12111111111 FRANKIE SEPFEXS AIACQUI ROBINSON BARBARA NIITCIIELL MARY ELLISON 11l'11l'f'-V'l1f1l1,Q L11111111111 C111 .A1lJ11!1 111111 H1'111'1's1'11ti11,u P111 K11111111 HL'j7I'f'.N'l'I111l1,Q A1111111 T1111 f1ll1C,Qll 1'lc111'1',w11ti11,Q Sigma 1-11111111 E11.s'i1m1 K11111111 Si,g11111 -.K-5 Candldates m' 1 . - . 11111111 11 . Wlil 1 11111111 Si! ll . A ,' 2 '- s111. .Hg 1 : 13 lil 1Ni 11113 H11-111' 1' NI.1w1111. Z1-111 Rc-111 'IN.1l1. Run' 2: Nun- uy Xvlwn. Pi K11111111 Alplmg Nlnrtlm XY 111111 Plii K111111 Psi L1 1 1311111111111 ff' 1 ' 911111 xlllfffil' P1-T1 T Si . ll. NX 1 I 1 1 1. - 'V D . 1 UI rrglll 01111-gn: Alkltfllli Rc111i11s1111, 1111 K111111a1g BLlI'1Jill'Ll PLlI'k1'l', 'Pull Delta Plni. ,Im-1111 XI11t11vws. Pi K11111111 P111 XXIII! Sixwn, .'Xl'lli'1Ll. Nut 171L'tllYC'LlZ -I1-ri D4-1'1slmv, Dr-ltu 511111111 P1111 Jerri V11111- Dv1l1 Chi' C'lT41lX'll Bc-rf' 'FIM' Siw . -346- fres Hman qUSen BARBARA DANIELS Yuma Hall GINGER JOHNSON LEE DONOHOE JANET MARCH ANN BOICE Kappa Kappa Gamma Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Delta Gamma -347- Candidates Row 1: Marty Toomin, Yavapai Hallg Margaret Crain, Alpha Phig Kath- leen Bowen. Chi Omega. Row 2: janet March, Kappa Alpha Thetag Barbara Daniels, Yuma Hallg Lee Don- ohoe. Gamma Phi Beta: Ginger john- son. Kappa Kappa Ganunag Patty Maker, Maricopa Hall: Ann Sult, Gila Hall. Row 3: Anne Boice, Delta Gamma. jane Howsare, Pi Beta Phig Lois Mandel, Alpha Epsilon Phig Sal- ly Ingersoll, Delta Delta Deltag Adri- enne Polley, Pima Hall. Not pic- tLu'ed: Dee McVay, Alpha Xi Deltag Diane Teague, Alpha Chi Omega. mw., -Nw KJ' MARILYN HOXVARD LOYCE HANKINS JULIE KNOTT Drczml Girl of Them Chi SlL'C'Cfl16'l1I'f of Sigma Chi Kappa Sigma Stardust Quccn frafernify NIAHCIE FEHBEH MICHELLE MASON S1 nm Xu Hvlzifc' Hnxc' Qzwcn Su'c'Cf11ez1rf of ZBT JACQUI ROBINSON XIAIIGE IIINKLE FLORENCE ARCHER SlL'l'!g'flIL'lll'f nf Plzi Kappa Delta Chi Sweetheart Phi DCI! Dream Girl -348- AN. BOBBIE PARKER ANNETTE RIDLEY ANN SISSON Tau Delt Sweetheart ATO Szueetlzeart Acacia SlL'L'E'fI1L'lll'f favorites - WFZJNY4 ' O ' fmef qywsws- - 1 "Q F Af . 1:1 -2 g?f? CAROL MAYLE JANE BINDA SAE Gold Dust Queen Kappa Alpha Rose tw' 'Q' STEPHANIE REDFIELD Lambda Chi Crescent Queen NANCY NELSON CAIL DUNNE Pi K A Dream Girl Delta Sig Sweetheart -349- ,xg 2.454 SAHAXXA HILL RUTH BRUBAKER MICAELA BLAY 11-'PC KIPIICCII Sig Ep QJIICUII nf Heiirtx Pi Kuppu Phi Rose' Queen favorites CARL BUSDIECKER Theta .Vim 1 -' .JW 2 E, in ' 5 BOB XVILSON JOHN MILLS Pi Phi Dream Man Alpha Xi Dream Man K i JP' JIM REYNOLDS FRED NICVVENIE Plll'dfe'1'CS STIOUJ King Kappa Alun -350- NN! S .Q ,, .. 1 . X M ,M . K .,...,gss1.: + - " N 4 Q N' Q.-' S N A wr, 9591 .1 ersonalifies -351- - M.,f.,, . .. Mm, Q .. , -,f-wg. V.: as-ww, H . '4. Q E X 3 O wl10 5 Wh 111' 4. 1 af ,aff an 3. .- , , . Q, ,, I Q s. f . 3 vt, V K f , 1 A f,g,,.'h-?.'- 'ff , ,ig-u2""x ,i'5Lf:f1' V- -,:::'- A 1,3 gf ,gl - 432,33--, tx , X if :-1,-,y ' 2 - -.raw , ' '2'lgL-H ' ', .iifgfvw ',. 23 , ,egg W , fl 'Q ' fa, g-Z?.x1:,: ,' Q mi ' :Pr . l f iff ' flif ' : --311 if . f i mg 'f V. i X' wig, : , , 13-'g., f , -.JM ' s . .44 , J ' 'fi I ' wi... " 'M' M' We f .. V -a s gp, P M5014 I 1 , f . :ATS CARLOS AMAYA KENNY CARDELLA l':iu - ,Xlll0,'l'lCHll I.e:tgu+- X president. 1l'll.t'l'l11lll0llill llluli presiileiit, l'lii Kail- pgi pre-sill:-nt, Studi-nt lie- , rnold Air Slwiety, Alumnus Maplxlzine :ulvf-1'tising lll5'LI11'lgf1?l', Arizoiizi Grill Review advertis- llfinus lh"1'l"ilIj'il'l"l'Y'i'f' ing iiiunauvr, Bohr-als, llvlll, . Via xaplia Sl . ., ,- , ,, ,I v vit-P-piwfsiilf-iit, lnterfrai- ',1'l"- VUE", Uqk' XMHH t f- rn i 1 3' 1'-.uin-il riilsli Iootbull l,Xll-,XIIIL-f1'l1'HI1 Honor- lllii-I-fiigflll' "Llli4'l', l,u1n1f-r iilile Aleutionl, Most Valuable ixounr-1 main, .- vu' rinit- ,, ,A ,, , , 4. , A vulnlnnulk tlhuirnlun' llqei Anquifl. llusl Lleailil. 1g,,0kS1,,,-,. ijiiiniiiiltvw- l'f.ll'l1v'l1Il', Ngiiiu ,Xlpliu lulisiloii, wliuirinain. J- 'a--fx..-sv' -.mf .71 HELEN HARBISON I.-WAYS 4'onvention ml- f-hairninn, ANYS Sliilv Voiiveiiliori 1-huirinznu, AXYS sur-izil vhziirinan, AXYS Carnival whziirnian. Spurs, Mortar lloalrl, liainiua I'l1i lie-ta, XV.-XA. Pi Lziinlnln The-tn. , W V l, SARGIE JONES Fr:-sli :nan treasurer, ln-Ita IH-Ita lveltu pn-sirlf-lit, Spurs, FST pre-siflf-lit, Mortar Hvsirrl. Xlluiiv-11's Press Cluli, Siezmu ll:-lla I'i. Slurlent l'nion Sne- 1-inl l-Ivents Cominittee. Desert Urflr-uiizations staff. VVilclcat Vir--ulation staff, XV.-XA. GENE CIECHANOWSKI XYiltli':'it editor, I'i llelta Epsi- lon Vive-piw-siilelil, llnlieais. NPXX'lll1lll lflllll. v , .2 DICK COUTCHIE Holi-'als president, Cadet Col- onel Arun-reel HU'l'C, varsity travk, Publis- Relations Unin- niittve rtliairman, Traditions lhuninittev- executive vount-il, Elevtions Foininittee, Sophos ser-retary, Chain Gang. Plielps- Dodge Sl"l10l2lI'SllllJ, Sc-:iblmrd and Blade, Alpha Zeta, IFC, Phi Gamma Delta. 5, ,.,,w..., ,..,. at... , J h i A " ig., 'xv :VW i4u.,,-.-.-A1 K I i PETE KESLING Kitty Kat 1,'llll0l', I'i lfelta Epsi- lon president, ISA president, XYil:lt-at art editor, Student Un- ion Public-ity Committee, Blue Key, Alphu Tau Hinf:z.:':i secre- tary. -352- BLQEREE MQW vw, ul -PGS W V'-iii , CHARLIE LEFTAULT Senior vlziss president, Student Senate lfhziirinan, Standard Oil si-llolarship, Sophos ViCe-presi- dent, Bnlwats, varsity basket- luill, Newman Club, Phi Gam- ma Delta. PEGGY DAUM Desert editor. Hfildcat news eililor, AWS Hanilbook edi- tor, Outstanding Sophomore Xlliinan, Hutstanrling Soph- omore XVoman in Publica- tions, junior L-ruuicilwoman, Spurs. FST, Mortar Board, I'ln'ateres. XYoinen's Press Club, Pi Delta Epsilon, NV,-XA, Newman Club, ANVS ,-Xwtivities Uominittee, ASUA l'ublit-ity Committee, Mad- deinoiselle College Board, "After Cnnnuis Classes" volunm. s. JACK LEVKOWITZ W'ildf-at business manager, Desert business manager, Vista business manager. Student Ilundbook business manager, Grid Review busi- ness manager, Sophos, Chain Gang, ltlue Key, Traditions Committee, Student Union Recreation Committee, Tau llelta. Phi. Pi Delta Epsilon. A i l l P' 2 . , dz ' Q N . v ' N I V N ' 3 JIM DORMANN pTraditions Committee chair- l man, ASUA Assembly Coni- mittee chairman, Chain li Gang, Bobcats, Homecom- 'ing parade chairman, Men's Night chairman, varsity football, Sigma Chi. J ,.. 1 as U 1 Fr-. ' ,W JOAN MORAN AQUA All 5-s '39- Q 4 A. f i , , ai-Q 3? 1- ,.I.':s2',:ia::2":2:i:'f9H.1 :'Q:::-12:2 ,. , ii-it-i'ii :3:g1,fi'2 . , ANN DUNNING Delta Gamma president. Elec- tions Committee ch ai rm an, AVVS Aetivities Committee chairman, Spurs treasurer, FST secretary - treasurer, Mortar Board treasurer, Pi Lambda Theta, sophomore class treasu- rer, Student Union Publicity Committee, Student Union Spe- cial Events Committee, FTA vice-president, Desert Storori- ties staff, Kitty Kat staff. if-.N MONA MUNCH 1-XWS Re tonal Conxention to t hairman -Ui 's tieasurei Spurs FST Moiti Bond xice piesident Pina Hill hous manabei Alpha Tpsilon ISA publititw chaunmn Flettions Lommittee, lnternational Re- lations Club. X 9 l l? JOAN ENGHOLM Pi Beta Phi president, Student Union Arts and Music Commit- tee chairman, AXYS Sovial Com- mittee chairman, junior Class vice - president. FS-T, Mortar Uoartl secretary, Student Fnion Puhlic Relations Committee, ASTQA Ptilllieity Committee, ASUA Puhlic Relations Com- mitee. llesert office staff, Ski Club, Home Ee Club, SAE Gold Dust Queen. -5- v ,, ta 3 LOREN OLIVER arsitx lxisehall taid Stunts chanman Piahtions Ltmlllllili tee Red Liov- puhhtitx than m tn 5l.,ll'l'1 Chi -353- BOB GEMMELL Phi llelta Theta president, Sophos, Chain Gang, lilue Key, Phi Lanilvda Upsilon, Artist Series Committee, Baird scholarship. v 1- psalm i ,filers .A A 5 his Q ll X I - 5 ,f I .ff DAVE RABINOWITZ Academic Committee chair- man, Artist Series chairman, Sophos, Chain Gang, Blue Key, Traditions Committee. Student Union Forum Coin- mittee, Zeta Beta Tau secre- tary. RAY HANNAPEL Delta Chi president, Soph- os, Chain Gang, llollcats, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Lamli- da Vpsilon vitfe-tn'esit,leiit, Monsanto scholzirsliip, rar- sity football, DAVE RIESE S o c i st l Life Committee Chairman, Sophos, Delta Chi president, Interfrater- nity Council. ' f QQ vs' -nf L -KV' Q A l l wl1o's who rf Z 1 Q5 , ' JOHN ROSENBERG HOWARD RYAN T, Slllflvlll Sl'1151"' V"""lF'il"'4i'?'Tm- snmem Union Activities ' ' ' ' - -. , , - . QM, film ln, Him- Key pwsiilwnt, IJOMI Vue ' Challmanv , ., 4 z ss Vl4'4"Iil'lASl1llflll, Tru- Chain Gztnfl. llolicats, Sig- A Q' ililiwns Vmlllniltw- sewi'1'stu1'y, ma Alpha Epgilgn presi. Sm-izll l.ifv f'Ulllllllll1'tJ ASVA , , VYALT ROBERSON GENE ROBINETT I,HmiViu, wmnuiuw Khw KM nlvnt, Theta Pau, Tau Beta Ttntlent ,V n i 0 n Axctiviltivs Ylmin Gang IJlI':i?Sl1l9llfil i:111.1 ,.,l.,.,,,H,fUn ,,mmlm,l.l'pSPAg mg, Pi. ASME, varsity tennis. 21.111-il 4-iz1i1'x11un. " lay if-y Ylf'E"I'P1'QFlfE'lll. 11112120 iS1V:11i.,n 1-lqglii-nlgm, 1-'hi Cam. vliuirinan, I-mln-guts, Studwnt Lodge presitlent, Alum :ind mi, 1:1-113, nu-sity 1.2155-1,3117 i lvlllull llwlnuitioll Vmnlnittwe. Dud's Day Chairmzmn, Alplm l'LlllllvIlS l' ll 1- S t Cniwliiiitteff, Kzulvpa l'Si, Tmrlilinns Cmn- swrviwe- :iwaixwl XYllllll'I', varsity mittee-, Arnold Aix' Stwit-ly luis-fl-ull Inzirlzigif-x', Sigma Al- sef'1'9t:11'3'. Ilellolay svlmla1'- plia Epsilnn. ship. Sigma Chi, ,. ret., Xl 41 JANET STOVER UNKY SUNDT ZEN Phi ml, 3,1-,lN,,1..,,1, Vm. .Innim-V --hiss Iiiiesiclerttz Stu- ' Ymxiw, Iil:ly,,l.S ,,.,.I.,,l:ll.y' llhfnl if-ii:3tf-1S4llilnl,-3lnlliliiillluxi. .I T , , H a1m'ziQ, uv If 1 Mlfflllil. I :lE.f?f:.l:I'X?'?I4lmif.ll'Jlml'HIT" .Xlllhu lialvlvzl Psi, S4'1llJT'3.l'1l i Olfihtqii' ' Ilidl l'i,':l""l HEMI" :xml lilullee, Trailitions Com- -i '-'- S S"""'fl'4 ' "'i 5 ""- lllllltft-1, lliiolxtuiife 1',nnnitt'c-. ANNE SPORER X Y MA:FY,STAG,lfFR M 1992 H'-llgwj--lnllwr Q HMA ll' l'Ilw'IiI+I1S ifiiiiiiiittitli. vin-sity AXVS Iwrsillmuy Au-S SM,r'h ingixiilbau 11452132hAII3ll'?bBE'gl:t -Of: XX.-XA, Lin Unisga. tennis, I'ln harmnzt Ileltzi, tary. Spurs, Murizii' Hnursl, five staff in-url. l'2l.lHVI'11lS Chest WAA XViIflvz11 firm.. staff "h1'i"maU.- SPPIVS- FST' Wlld' ' , , ' -1 stall, l' ' Y. tt. . Yavnpai Hull 1-mlnvll, lxulvlm RGTXAQ fwi 113152321 Tggfa Kappa Gumnm, N-fwinzln Club, XYfrl'llk:ll'S Press Club. 2 , ff " VA ' 2 -Qi 4 'wp-v"1" in , Mgr i l l i' ' 1 0 TOM WOOD JERRY YOUNG -'WV-X Publi? RQ1H'i"1Hf'f"P' .xsixx pre-sill:-nt. 1-:hw Nw. J inltle-e r-hnlrmun. Bnlir-als, Y I Y. v V Y, , i ' Trzuliliolls Conlmittrfe. Delta Nt' "'1'- VUNU Mummmi- ' Signm Pi x'ive--presiuleilt, Al- l'I1i Dclta Theta, plm Tau Omega vice-presb DON WATSON MARY JO VVIIVIBERLEY mint' AxS"L'ix vice - mesidem, Kappa Alpha Theta president. Board of Control f-hair man, Sophos, Chain Gang, Blue Key, Delta Chi presi dent, varsity golf. ASUA Publicity Committee chairman, Spurs, FST, Mortar hoard. I'i Lunihdzl Theta, FTA secretary. service award winner. -354- ..- outstanding faculty member DR. VVESLEY K. RUFF Assistant professor of health and physical education. wrestling coach, gymnastics coach, Weightlifting coach chairman of the college physical education section of the American Association of Health. Physical Educa- tion and Recreation, Traditions Committee adviser. outstanding sophomore woman BETTY JO EWING Kitty Kat advertising manager, Kitty Kat circulation manager, Desert Index Staff head, VVildcat Business Promotion Staff, XVildcat Circulation Staff, Vista Pub- licity Manager, IAXVS Convention registration chair- man, AVVS Publicity Committee, ASUA Public Rela- tions Committee. ASUA Publicity Committee, Alpha Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Gamma Phi Beta elections chairman, XVAA spring golf doubles winner, Outstand- ing Sophomore VVoman Commerce Student, Outstand- ing Sophomore XVoman in Publications, Spurs. .K outstanding freshman woman R0 SEMARY FORBE S Kitty Kat Typing Staff, Desert Hall Section Staff, ASUA Publicity Committee, ASUA Elections work, SUAB Birth- day party work, ticket sales work, Freshman Council, Freshman Dance decorations chairman, Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge class vice-president. -355- 4 1 4 dverhsing -357- QE. Shutterbugs in the Know congre- gate at one of the Martin Drug Stores' complete photo depart- ments. Camera enthusiasts Helen Decelles and Don Carson look over some of the new equipment. MART! Na m i ...,...,.....,. JERRY'S MING HOUSE l Broadway i at Campbell You don't have to dig to China to find true Oriental atmosphere. Markie Barker, Dick Anklam, Karen Klausner and Ray Rose discovered it right here in Tucson at Jerry's Ming House, Arizona's home of fine Chinese food. -358- Western hospitolity. . . thot's the Pioneer, ot course . . . o tovorite with students ond townspeople olike . . . it's olwoys tun to go to the Pioneer tor nice otmosphere ond good tood. PIONEER HOTEL Stone and Pennington J. M. PROCTER, Manager il Ann Dunning, Corol Lewis ond Joon Moron ore three smort Coeds who choose their Revlon Cosmetics trorn University Drug . . . on the Squore Serving UA students for over 35 yeors 359 l Q. -.,.,Ai3f.m"5'rl?s'f M, In 1953, Inspiration expended more than 5 million dollars in payment of salaries and Wages to its employees at its mines and plants in Gila County. It spent 5.8 additional millions for equipment purchased and for supplies and fuel consumed in the process of copper production. Arizona Property, Sales, and Income Taxes paid in 1953 amounted to S980,000. INSPIRATION CONSOLIDATED COPPER COMPANY ll I 0 r' l I YQ 3 3 'Ill 'Ulf' 1 Q ' C9 neoov xiiowm J We extend our best wishes tor success, health and happiness, to all U. ot.A. students and to the graduating class of l954. There's nothing "corny" about El Rancho Market except the cobs Norma Bartel and Norm Speckrnaier are inspecting. For low-price foods of high-price quality, shop at E1 Rancho. Elle gucjon Q 6147 glecfric acliglzl 652 fower Co. EL RANCHO MARKET 3360 E, Speedway "Provider at luxury living at budget cost 7LOUR.,,gEe For specialized feed of all types look for the bag with the big HBLUE STAR? Healthful recreation . . . good the quality symbol of ARIZONA FLOUR Sportsmanship , , , on Tuc50n'g MILLS, located at 177 Toole Avenue. finest bowling lanes ' ' ' P001 and snooker tables. SPEEDWAY LANES 1240 North Stone For Reservation Dial 3-2632 A55 i f I ttf as " slit Q S ., x 'itll E If it ' ,yllfliily i5 PI E 13 l I 5-4 t 555 Q ' 'J it an Mmm it to nnnmt uw Httlviin EEEE !,Q4NNi-f2- W , 5' 3 E1 No matter where you live in Arizona, at least one of the nrf " 5 3 Valley Bank's 34 friendly offices is near at hand. And .X A I ' , , , the experience, know-how and resources of the entire X9 is y - 1 'Q ' E statewide Valley Bank organization are available to you 1 X NN l' E Z at every ofhce. 5 As you embark on a business career, you will find that W K lijd I 1 a close relationship with your bank is very important. ly , KX X 1 1 I' We at the Valley Bank welcome the opportunity to get y ' y l Mp V ' y i A E 5 Jnnff ' yt acquainted with you young people - our fellow citizens fy 11 M W lx tiff' Zakir: and customers of the years ahead. lllidllvql lfrilli K , !,. f7 TlliL4iHl,. I 'WI 4 If F, i 1 - , ,Af 'f j 1 595:1:::1::::ewa:a:xaaa:s2:s:sz:g1,:,,,I lil il llii tl .ti li YT ct" i " 'i alt L vmfv t aa a lluat L tnnutst BANK IN int Rncnv MUUNIAIN suits M EMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION L..l-Q. l-E.l.a.. E pq Mb" K. -nweWl5-l- Your guy will really go for a pipe from Damskey's. Marilyn Lawson and Kiki Ullman say "LET OLIVER D0 IT!" OLIVER DRACHMAN'S Here are Donna Brazell and Helen Hunt choosing from Ul1i'l' Lduhdfy the Wide assortment. D A M S K E Y ' S 125 E. Broadway and Dry Cleaners -362- cce5fAV Copper . . . from the ground to the miil MIAMI COPPER COMPANY fmcfrfr nfffnn W. B L i , E LY'5 AMERICAS 5725 GASOLINE '57, f - t , 1' A , r si ' ., Y V iiwp X S A , s Going on a long trip, girls, or just back to campus? Either Way Virge Parker, Helen Harbison, and Charlotte Abrams know that BLAKELEYS is the place to save money yet get "America's Finest Gasoline." ummm dh vwwumcz Cu. Dick Coutchie was curi- ous. He inquired. Now he's sold on TITLE INSURANCE NDR! LT NERS vi. 2: mm , "-.fs For that neat and well- dressecl look, Cynthia Gardner and Helen Hutch- inson send their clothes to Tucson Laundry Where quick and efficient service is the motto. Q9 TUCSO LAUNDRY I f DRY CLEAIIEIIS Tuc.sm1'.s- Olrlcst and Largest Launclry mul Dry Cleaners Atv 5 if., 1 X i f i'Y: ' .1 53929 A' 'L . ,i,. . in l B R O A D WA Y VIL L A G E BROADWAY VILLAGE DRUG STORE All A R K E T Q F1 d B A K E R Y Fountain Lunch Post Office Branch Better Foods for Less Free Delivery BROADWAY AT COUNTRY CLUB - on the "Sunshine Mile" -364- L STAINLESS STEEL INSULATED TRUCKS PROTECT MILK FROM THE FARMS TO MAIN PLANT FOR PROCESSING SHAMROCKAS EXACTING PRODUCTION CONTROLS ASSURE THE HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCTS wt! GUARANTEED DAILY FRESI-INESS TO YOUR DOOR OR IN THE STORE SI-IAMROCK DAIRY Serving All of Southern Arizona -365- AIR VIEW OF LAVENDER PIT MINE AT BISBEE which will qo into production during 1954. 'Me .faaewlez '77Z6vze gdafee This Pit Mine will be over two-thirds ot a mile long and about one-half mile in width at its greatest dimensions, and from the highest point to the bottom ot the finished excavation the depth will be approximately l,0O0 teet. Engineering studies made prior to the starting ot the Lavender Pit indicated that this project requires the removal ot 142,000,000 tons of rock. As oi March l, l954 approximately 40,000,000 tons ot waste overburden had been removed. The waste material is loaded by electric shovels and presently is being hauled to a loading dock at the edge of the Pit by 25-ton trucks, thence to the waste dumps by railroad cars. It is anticipated that copper production from the Lavender Pit will get under- way soon after the middle of l954. The concentrating ore will be moved in 25-ton trucks to the coarse crushing plant. The crushed ore will travel by belt conveyors to the Concentrator. The new Concentrator, shown at the right of this picture, will have a rated capacity of 12,000 tons ot ore per day. The two large tanks to the right ot the Concentrator building are tailings thickeners and the three smaller tanks below and to the left ot the building are concentrate thickeners. The Lavender Pit Mine is the third and latest addition to Phelps Dodge Pit Mines in Arizona during recent years. PHELPS DODGE CORPORATION .c it .fo ff YOUi2E ' VIP 4i'Tco4m21f0Z0leoJVafwf Wim Mqajcwblibfpj. Q E. FY' :T Ph s: 'T : 5. ET 5 UQ U2 J' 6 E U1 I 51 if 5 Z U1 S1 cn OO -Q Z 1 I Jinx Brown plans to decorate her "dream house" 6th Avenue. Wildcat reporters Elise Rosenblum and Mike Sutin take time out from "UettinU the facts" to enjoy a refreshing coke. D D i CRYSTAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. assi .mi ' f E iz--A-S-I g L H a ,fn glbifnf it ,r rf? P - .- -'wg I - ----.,, r W ' Yfewl ' fr"':M 4.1 .. , 1 i',' it For an afternoon snack or a full-course dinner, follow Sue Green and Esther Sacherson are hurrying Joan Vivian, Bill. Lewis, Mary Cobb and Bob Preskar to take advantage of the Wide range of mer- to the Desert DFIVG-IIU1 - . - chandise at . . . ioHNsoN's DRUG STORE DESERT DRWE-'NN PARK and SPEEDWAY 2545 East Speedway -368- i Betts Beneker, Koy Wright ond Bonnye McForIond go othletic: with sporting geor from SEARS, ROEBIJCK ond CO., Tucson, Arizono. W. H. COX Cv' SONS WHOLESALE FRUITS and VEGETABLES 119 E. Toole Dial 2-4605 3- 'L Tucson's largest and most modern UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP on the Square Cooled by Refrigeration Peaceful . . . and Attractive Tl ' plucw' to sfflgf for .yf1iclCi1t.s', Us ugcll as for Mom and Dad Just Two Blocks Fronn the Campus GERONIMO HOTEL Wise Coeds have learned through experience to en- trust their finery to the expert service offered at Nu-Way Cleaners. Formals to Bermuda shorts - Nu-Way cleans them all. NU-WAY CLEANERS 34 s. Parli BAFFERT-LEON WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. Complete Line WHOLESALE GROCERIES for Stores - Restaurants - Hotels Hospitals - Institutions - Motels Guest Ranches 1-15 E. Toole Ave. 3-9426 Corder phonej 2-0542 SUNSET DAIRY Horne-Owned ' Home-Operated The tirst choice ot America's most discriminating schools cgl1'tifllCl'6l!f2Cl Fine Yearbook Covers Designers and Manufacturers of the l954 DESERT l i THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY 5260 West 104th Street Los Angeles 45, California -370- -1 DI AM ON D E 5 S RW AR E IxAY MASOZX, Homecommg Queen Qjfuqney ggfualzo .r.g3!10f0g7apf1e'z ,gLlf'ClZS --3'7l- BARBARA BRACCO, Desert Q Q m fm oullfffy 'HON Q 5 3 7589 Q . ,al W . Mckson . NA -372- IT we-'Qt f 1 .4 Q-P1 at gg . . . Fast pick-up and dc livery service is what Beti Wadsworth and Gail Dunn like about . . . CITY LAUNDRY Cf DRY CLEANERS '-N0 MISREPRESENTATIONS TUCSON. ARIZONA u V :au-mg From BEAUDRY MOTOR COMPANY a dream come true. Gene Fuller and Arden Wallace give admiring glances to this beautiful 235-horsepower V-8 Chrysler New Yorker De Luxe Newport complete with wire wheels. At dinner time smart U. of A. students like Phil Iverson and Jane Picker go to FRAMP- TON-STONE CAFETERIA. The food here is fit for a king. -373- llesert Queen attendants Bonnye McFarland. lforma Bartel, 1954 Desert Queen Barbara Bracco, attendants Ann Dhu Stallcup and Jacqui Robinson are holding rose bouquets. Both the bouquets and corsages given at the dance carne from ROZARA'S FLORISTS 27 WEST CONGRESS r' 14 ., Z ff Z X 'ff 'bi W 4 1601! Of Faeully, Eootlights ond Eootboll . . . I I 7 Every day throughout the school year the Star and Citizen have been reporting ex erything that's news about you and the Wildcat Lair. But our job isn't finished We'll keep right on telling Southern Arizona about you . . your growth . . your successes TUCSON NEWSPAPERS INCORPORATED 'AV A 1 ' X lv' M' lb N L We x V lxgfxx x X x f 0 Elin' Arianna flatly Star Elursun Emily Qlitisrn Tom YVUUJI and Lilzby KllljJL'l' Southern Arizona's largest Farm, Home and Ranch Supply Store . . . " CQDLN ZADULPS Pioliccrs in Good llIC'I'Cllfllldl-SC' HARDWARE MACHINERY 70 North Sixth Avenue :: Tucson, Arizona Hal McNair and Bonnye McFarland certainly enjoy taking time off from their busy lives on campus to enjoy dinner and refreshments in the relaxing atmosphere of the beautiful new Terrace Lounge at . . . EL CONQUISTADOR HOTEL SUCCESS is our sincere Wish for the class of ,54. "Sitting pretty" on the Student Union steps is Sargie Jones. Her eye-catching squaw dress and complementary jewelry comes from 'Eb, Bea Jamison admires Dave Riese's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible from O'RlEL. rn o 1' o R c 0 . 415 NORTH SIXTH AVENUE -375- I-I' ASI-ITGN B KERMIT OESTREICH ELECTRIC CO. M. H. BALDW 2143 N. Country Club Road 630 S. M , ,Z , ,Q S. 3' ILDING co. w Q PLASTERING MCDANIEL PLUMBING G HEATING CO. Avenue 732 E. Ft. Lowell Road 136 mnuann-ww fx 5 ' mart enior I S . . . plan for bright futures. And a bright future always includes saving the profitable, insured-safe Way. - -Y Y 5 - V . .X , 'PUC 0 - Congress at Stone p 1111 N. Jones Blvd. 1833 South Sixth Ave. "Meet us in an hour," Lori Triolo and Deedee G Wilcox say as they go to get ready for that 1 Special date. .V Mdloan AssoeioIioj g . . . TUCSONSOLDEST INSURED THELMAIS BEAUTY SHOP ighfggsstaif sAv1No.s AND LOAN Assocwru . . 1 nf: aswt I 1, ""51"42f.,,, . p .5 Lltlte """mm.M. ,,,,. , , gp C ," V: a:..:'. lf 1 2 Rapidly reaching the final stages of construction before its fall opening, McCoy Construction has offered an architects conception of the finished Coconino Hall, new women's dormitory. McCOY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY -378- The Desert looks to quality . . . Whether in choos- ing its queen or yearbook binding. Through the years publications have found that the best, Well- handled bindery Work is done by ARIZONA TRADE BINDERY .... University publications, too, follow the Well-beaten path to the leader in quality binding. ARIZONA TRADE BINDERY Phoenix, Arizona 4 -379- ii, YP? 'ir 'll- Ns. 4 Jxjy- ,. X ,1..., fa. On a hot afternoon Mabel VVhite, Pat Kunze, Nancy Naujoks and Barbie Mitchell enjoy refreshments cooled by crystal-clear City Ice Cubes. ARIZONA ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. Desert Queen finalist Ann Dhu Stallcup models lovely copper jewelry from the large selection at UNIVERSITY JEWELERS "On the Slllllll'C.: F M ,iii-41-' , M...-1 V1- ,..,f- S , I :fits Q , 'gf' . -I Duroble Concrete Dependable Service Rock ond Sormd Products TUCSON ROCK 6' SAND CO., INC -380- i 'ig A cool breeze, a brilliant sunset, and a Wondeerful View of Tucson from the top of "A" Mountain, combined with the soft music of KCNA, is a difficult foursome to defeat for sheer enjoyment. For Arizonans, it's KCNA, 5000 Watts at 580 on your dial. 0 BEGINNING OUR SECOND FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS . . . BY LEVY'S OF TUCSON BECOMING . . . Peggy Reeve says for silver and turquoise jewelry see ALBERTO CONTRERAS 45 WEST coUNc1L - "In the Pink Ad0be" l -381- New Locofion . . . Old De-pendobility . . . Patronize Your . . . UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA BOOKSTORE -382- A Century of Thanks . . In tliis, our SUlVfClllllfIl year, we say tlzcmlcs to all of you who lmue made our century of prog- ress and expansion po.s'.s'ilJle . . . and . . . we welcome proudly the graflzmtes of 1954 into flu' ranks of the far-siglztefl Citizens wlio will lead Tucson onward to greater tlzings in flic next one liunclrecl years. f 1 CNHI AIQIQ ,5lO0VfixQEt'Il 0 Fll'bft1llIlSJ!m Vvillilw tifilll Ylir.-:mi if f jf: ' 1 f I I X 1 ini smeiiim axvmmur rm ' un' 'lfffff S . ewwsua-0-""""""'B'--!.'l: Bill and Judy Edel snow oft this attractive Hudson Jet Liner from BILL EDEL MOTORS 950 North Stone Avenue When you Want to listen to that favorite record - remember it's CENTURY MUSIC COMPANY that makes your juke box listen- ing possible. Sally Sancet models this exciting outfit with fine Indian Jewelry from the large selection designed and made by Mr. Lockett at . . . CLAY LOCKETT'S INDIAN ARTS 6' CRAFTS SHOP 32 WEST BROADWAY -383- M, V Q, g Nm., ""N""'ihg.,u Q Official Photographers for The Desert Available to Students and Organizations Throughout the Year, for SPECIAL PORTRAITS and SPECLAL EVENTS PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISION -- ASSOCIATED STUDENTS in the Student Union Building -384- You Will enjoy listening to music from Glenn Miller to Johannes Bach in the comfort of Tucson Music Salon's plush lounge. Peggy Daum, Dick Feehery, Phyllis Babbitt and Bill Kohl relax as they leaf through the many popular music albums to be found at the TUCSON MUSIC SALON 3342 EAST SPEEDWAY Ken Kemmeries discusses the day's activities I yi it flag . 4 f R l Exp fi A with Jan Rice, over a tasty meal prepared at Dick Modell and Janet Wilkins admire the one of Tucson's finest drive-in restaurants, fine job done on their laundry and clean- the . . . ing at the Personal Self-Service Laundry. 1137 E. Sixth Street, close to the campus. BROADWAY DRIVE-INN PERSONAL LAUNDRY 2343 EAST BROADWAY 1137 EAST SIXTH STREET y -385- p4hqmaa lahmmmmanl Zealefza WORLDS BEAUTIFUL PARAMOU NT 3 l 8 East Congress CATALI NA 2324 North Campbell Through the years . . . Traditional Headquarters for ALL ROADS LEAD TO . . . f - To the Present Day . . . Ilil! 14111 J Students, Parents and Old Grads THESANTA RITA HOTEL - 386 Automobiles of Quality . . . Codilloc: . . Oldsmobile Come in ond drive o l954 model be sure of the best when you buy ot PAULIN MOTORS 4' The familiar mirrors in front of B 81 J Men's Shop, 901 East Third, insure that this is the place for i stylish men's campus clothing and the latest infor- Srnilinv Shirley Condit stops before a dip . H , . ,, in theopool to model the White House's matlon OH Whats new m Clothes' complete summer bathing outfit. I WHITE House DEPAR'rMENT s'roRE B C' J M E N 5 5 "' 0 P 42 WEST CONGRESS "On the Square" -387- I Good Food , . Prompt Service . . M0de1'oz'c Prices 0 CURB SERVICE 0 COFFEE sHOP 0 DINING ROOM 0 FOUNTAIN 0 AIR-CONDITIONED M-TX Don McKenna, Sigma Chi, and Ann Dunning, uh, C E N T R A L Delta Garnrna, get their preeshovv refreshments i . A ,BJ and 3-D VICWBFS before going in to watch the f K? ff" 1, evenin 's movie . . . and it's always a good one A, I A -' 1 2 .ff 'keg' l RESTAURANT Fox-TucsoN and Lvmc 'rHEA'rREs STONE AT SPEEDWAY OPEN 7 AM. TO 2 A.M. The P1006 fv GOD Jackie Davison, Wildcat reporter, visits a living room furnished with the beautiful furniture styles from REUBEN'S, with ten great stores serving the Southwest. flrunmjfunz, S-ron'esf'g:- Thi' Yi '1"l':3T'r 'IRNUIT77-1' "g-'QSTZLE-'?vY 3 Stores In Tucson Nogales Ajo Coolidge Superior Douglas Safford Bisbee -388- .LA Do Charlotte Buress Marlene Stahl and A Kenney Ruud let the boys go by as they stop to admire the sleek. new 1954 Buick complete with spotless White sidewall tires i and Wide Windshields. Distributed by YOUNG BUICK CO. Tucson The Student Union Will have its face lifted when Bob Beck, chairman of SUAB House Committee, puts these tools to Work. J. KNOX CORBETT LUMBER CO. Dial 2-8881 210 E. Seventh St. Talking over the evening's activities in the Kappa Sigma house are Norm Speckmaier and Ken Blaker. Both are wearing cleaned and pressed clothes from VARSITY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY .li Zary auth RANCH AND SPORTSMAN OUTFITTERS 2310 East Broadway Tucson, Arizona Pat and Chuck Grundman, Working on furnish- ings for that new home, are being enlightened on how 'lMitchell's makes it easier to buy" from the credit manager, Paul Asenowich, at MITCHELL FURNITURE CO. 75 - 119 VVEST CONGRESS Diane Rosenblatt, business staff coordinator of the 1954 Desert, receives rapid dependability from her Royal Typewriter as she turns out her assignments for the Week. Howard Kz Stofft, 40 E. Pennington, is the distrib- utor of these fine typewriters. along with a complete line of school and office and sports supplies. HOWARD Er STOFFT 40 E. Pennington PENN EY C....g...,.. at Six.. You too will be sure to score . , . 9 Don Beasley in casual Wearing apparel from Penney's, where quality is still your greatest saving. The perfect outfit for life in the Southwest -a stunning squaw dress and Indian jewelry from . . . Mae WM 22 NORTH SCOTT Art Goldstein no longer Walks to the doors of Yuma Hall for the date. He rides in style to meet Gail Overpeck in a fash- ionable new '54 Pontiac Star-Chief Cata- lina . . . distributed in Tucson by HACKETT MOTOR CO. Pontiac Dealer 38 E. Alameda Phone 3-2547 :sf 2 .' 13 Personnel of the E. J. MANLEY REALTY AND BUILDING COMPANY, specialists in the building of fine homes and real estate sales, greet students of the University. Their office is at 3512 East Speedway. ,HWYZN --1 W 1 . - P, . .T e il TWH-Qi if ' .f K , ' -4 Jerry Young and his date, Martha Feldwisch await their spicy Mexican dinner in the re- freshing old adobe patio of the Casa Molina Tom Wood and Paul McEwen check the prices for their cut of beef they are purchasing at the Market Spot meat department. Located at 927 East Speedway and open until 9 p.m. daily and 7 p.m. on Sundays. THE MARKET SPOT on East Speedway. 6225 EAST SPEEDWAY TNA ,in 51... Gus 81 Pauline's Laundry gives unbeatable One-Day Service! For five years, College headquarters for complete laundry service . . . featuring the latest in efficient, modern equipment. GUS G' PAULlNE'S BENDIX LAUNDRY 1119 EAST SIXTH STREET - 392 - l Fig Firm . . . steadfast . . . secure . . . the strength and stability of Alianza Hispano Americana, fraternal lite insurance society, is well exemplified in this ancient, yet enduring, mission. A pillar ot strength and dependability, Alianza Hispano Americana has served its members consistently tor sixty sound years. l -A M" 3 ALIANZALERIC I XM HISPANU -aj r r -393- Jack Waltuch, Desert business manager, Florie Horowitz and Lois Kerns exchange conversation with Mike Jacobs, one of the popular managers of the Club 21, before they are served a delicious Mexican dinner in the Club's pleasing Spanish atmosphere. C L U B 2 I . 2902 North Oracle Road 5 .1 if Moms E O? RN no ee f 1 0 1 X E . . .L!NQFE,UM L FLOOR TILER COVERING C0-A i". ai:. 1 JK "'- efe- . , All-54.25. , K S., Nh -155' f' 5 'fN When you build that dream home, remember to say, "I Want a floor from Modern Floor Covering." Specializing in asphalt, Kentile, Kencork, Miraplas or Ranch tiles. Joan Schneck knows she can find values on smart cotton dresses like these among the large selection at Jacome's. Why don't you drop in and see for yourself, soon! MODERN FLOOR COVERING CO. 1119 SOUTH SIXTH AVENUE Remember that "Thrifties" save you 251 in cash on every purchase! jf -394- 4315, V 23-lpllgi L cafe fg.X xl? if ef ' Jo sw wh 3, YQ Tucsorfs F amily-owned Store Since 1896 You'll find fashion at its very and perfect matching handbags Mary Ann Weaver and Bev Pollard discuss their favorite combina- tions and colors in their beloved shell pumps. LEWIS SALON SHOES Five-Five Eost Pennington Senior Athlete of the Year Kenny Cardella rips off a long gain under the lights as an opposing tackler reaches out a hand to stop his advance. SCHOOL 8' SPORTS SUPPLY - Outfitters of the Wildcats -395- best . . . in Lewis Design Shoes mr- Jackie Robinson models this stunning Kachina squaw dress, designed and made in Tucson. Hand-screened design gives a most unusual touch to a truly native American fashion that originated in Arizona and has spread across the country. alrizona Originafa, jnc. 3337 EAST SPEEDVVAY TUCSON, ARIZONA ll ' ""' W Q . i l i P O R T E R S "Swing your partneri' to the new smartly tailored styles at "The West's Most Western Store." You'll find a large selection casual, Western and sports Wear at . . . TUCSON - PHOENIX Sylvia Patania models several beautiful examples of hand-Wrought sterling silver jewelry from her father's THUNDERBIRD SHOP SOUTHWESTERN WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 127 - 131 Toole Avenue Phone 3-7541 Tucson, Arizona "Since 1927" The Original MEXICAN Cr ITALIAN RESTAURANT Specializing in Mexican and Italian Foods 1003 East Broadway Phone 4-1532 T U C S 0 N MR. and MRS. CHARLES PEZULLO, Props. ORDERS TO TAKE OUT WI- Q f u X l ARIZONA LAND Tm.: mrnusr co. Long Range Profecflon Vf fl il , 1. i ron 'rue 'rms 'ro Pnonenrv You own . 'a" .I qliifgf I 5 it .asa Q X 'Y we is. V wsu . A " ..fW'L'f,2lZ -'t , , A - xx' ' .xl 4-:Ra - 53" 11 1' i 1 X 1' fm ,.,v0' x K Wei: I , , I-11-n--q P 6 C I y When you buy a home or land . . . dependable insured protection for your investment. Specify . . . ,bqjlzona Land Title and Trust Company 44 NORTH CHURCH STREET TITLE INSURANCE ' Preparing to order from the choices of spabhetti ravioli pizza . . . Tucson's finest in Italian dishes at La Cucina are Norma Bartel Art Tanner, Frank O'Bryan and A Little Bit of Old Italy I! E. Speedway ' Downtown Property Specialists 0 Investment Properties 0 General Insurance ROY DRACI-IMAN REALTY COMPANY Santa Rita Hotel Mezzanine C' l ,-7 fze 1954 ,gyesemf . . 16,000 pounds of paper 1 180 pounds of ink 1,162 photo engravings 1,408 man-hours rzoffzev CDLlfSfClIZC!l'I'1g 5019 . by skilled craft Q E -1- T PRINTING C0 W 111 C 11 TucsoN. Anlz. I -398- 045' i A SALUTE TO THE CLASS OF '54 from Your U. of A. A tribute to the modern pioneer . . . the 1954 I ATED U. of A. graduate . . . from a pioneer Arizona institution, as old as "Old Maini' itself . . . STUDENTS A, Co-Operotive Book Store Efgv Malik nfgnuglals 902 NORTH STONE the 9 EAST PENNINGTON U N I V E R S I T Y O F A R I Z O N A BOOK STORE B 6- R HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE Expert Rcsdio oncl Applionce Repoirs G. E. Appliances 2: RCA Rodios RCA, Genercul Electric G Sylvonio TV 934 East Speedway, at Park Avenue Tucson, Arizona -399- Fox-Tucson and Lyric Theatres ,...,. oil: campus index Alberto Contreras .................... Alianza Hispano Americana .....,... Arizona Flour Mills ..,.,.,......,............ Arizona Ice and Cold Storage Co ..........o.. Arizona Land Title and Trust Co ...........,. Arizona Originals .....,........,....,.,........ Arizona Paramount Theatres ,..,.., Arizona Trade Bindery ,......,.,,... ASUA Photography Division .,..... B. 61 I. Men's Shop B. tx R. Hardware ....................................., Ashton Building Co. ......,........ C Baffert-Leon YVholesale Crocerv o ......... M. H. Baldwin-Plastering ......, n O Bank oi Douglas ........................................ Beauclry Motors ................... Betts Printing Co. .... . Bill Edel Motors ....,..,.. Blakelyis .......,..........,.........,......, ....,. Broadway Drive-Inn .i..........................,..... Broadway Village Drugstore .................... Broadway Village Market dz Bakery ......,. Casa Molina ............v,.................................. Cele Peterson ...,,.... ............. Central Dryv-Inn ,.......................... ...... Century Music Co. ..........................,........ . City Laundry and Dry Cleaners .......,...... Clay Lockett .....................,............,..,. ...... Club 21 ....................,......,..,,,.,...,..,, ,,,,,. Crystal Coca-Cola Bottling Co .........i Q Damskey s ...................,................ Daniels jewelers ....... ....... Desert Drive-Inn Dolo1'es .................. E. I. Manley .....,,.... El Conquistador ...................... El Rancho Market ...............i....., Frampton-Stone Cafeteria ...........,. Geronimo Hotel ............... Cus and Pauline ,....,,..... Hackett Motor Co. .,.,,......... . Hollis Photo-Engravers .,..........,....i... Howard 61 Stofft ,.,..............,.,............. Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co jacomes .....,.,..,.........,..,...,.,...,,..................... I. C. Penney Co. ..,..,,,..,.,,,...,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, , Ierrys Ming House ....,..,,..,.,,.,,,, ,,,,,, I. Knox Corbett Lumber Co. .,,,, ..,,.,,i, . Iohnson s Drug Store ..,............... ...,.,....,.. Kermit Oestreich Electric Co. .......... 376 7 Kinney Studios .....,, La Cuchina ............. Levys .......,................... Lewis Salon Shoes .,.,.... KCNA ...,....,...........,................... .,,i,,,,,. 381 393 361 380 397 396 386 379 384 377 387 399 370 377 399 373 398 383 363 385 364 364 392 399 388 383 372 383 394 368 362 371 368 375 391 374 361 388 373 370 392 391 372 390 360 394 391 358 389 368 377 381 371 397 381 395 Mae Vos ......,.,..,... Market Spot .......,..,.,,..,.. Martin Drug Co. ...,,,,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , McCoy Construction Co. ........s....,.,.,..,,,,, , McDaniel Plumbing iii Heating Co. 376, Miami Copper Co. ..,,..............s....,,..,.,,,,,,,. . Mitchell Furniture Co. ...................,.,,,,.., ,. Modern Floor Covering ...... ..... N u-VV ay Cleaners .......,.......... .... ,,.., Oliver Drachmanis Unit Laundry and Dry Cleaners .,................ ..... O,Rielly Motors ......,......... . Paulin Motors ..................... Personal Laundry .................. ,.,,. Phelps Dodge Corporation Pioneer Hotel ..............,......... ..i.. Porter s .....i........................... Reubenls Furniture .,..... Ronstadt s .....,...,.,...,.,...,. Roy Drachman Realty ....,.. Rozarais Florists ............. Santa Rita Hotel ............... School 81 Sports Supply .....t.. ..... Sears Roebuck and Co. ...... .... . Shamrock Dairy ,.....,............,...............,,,,... S. K. Smith Company ................,...,,,.,.,,.. Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Co ..... Southwestern Sash and Door Co., Inc .,.,. Southwestern VVholesale Crocery i....i...... Speedway Lanes ...............................,....,...,. Sunset Dairy ................... Thelmals Beauty Shop ............... ....... . The Original .....................,................,...,..,.. Thunderbird Shop ..........,.................,...,,,... Tucson Cas, Electric Light 81 Power Co. Tucson Laundry .......................................... Tucson Newspapers, Inc. .................. .... . Tucson Music Salon ......,................,.......... Tucson Rock and Sand Co., Inc. ....,.... . Tucson Title Insurance Co. ,..........,.. .... . University Barber Shop ...... ..... University Bookstore University Drug Co. University Jewelers ....... ..... Valley National Bank ....... ..... Varsity Cleaners ..........,.. ..... W. H. Cox 81 Sons .......................... ..... White House Department Store ........ ..... W. R. Shearman Furniture Co. .... .... . Young Buick, Inc. .................... .... . Zary South ........... 39 1 392 358 378 377 363 390 39 4 370 362 375 378 385 366 359 396 388 37-4 397 373 386 395 369 365 370 367 397 396 361 370 378 396 396 361 364 374 385 380 363 369 382 359 380 362 389 369 387 368 389 390 cc :Q A Day ................... AIEE and IRE ....,., AIMME .....,..,..... general index 294 270 271 ASCE ........,..... ..,,. 2 70 ASME ..................... ..... 2 71 ASUA ......,.,............... ..... 5 6 ASUA Elections ........ ..... 3 24 AWS ..............,........ ..... 7 7 Acacia .,...,,........... ..... 2 O2 Academics ...........,. ..... 6 Activities ......,...........,...... .......... ..... 2 8 8 Administrations .........................,...,.. ..... 1 7 Administration Officials ...........,.......... ..... 2 0 Advertising and Marketing Club ....... ..... 2 81 Advertising ........t...............,............. ..... 3 56 Aggie Club .......t...... .... ..... 2 8 2 Aggie House .,........ Agriculture College Agriculture Faculty Agriculture Seniors Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Chi Omega ........ Delta Sigma Epsilon .,......,..... Epsilon Phi Kappa Psi ........ Phi .................... Phi Omega .. 240 24 27 176 274 275 178 274 180 269 269 Rho Tau ...... ...,. Tau Alpha ........ ...., 2 69 Tau Omega ..,.. 204 Xi Delta ............ . . ..... 182 Zeta ....................,......... ..... 2 66 99 Alumni Association American Chemical Society ......,...,.........,. 272 American Pharmaceutical Association ,... 272 .......................,..,. .... ,...,. 1.4.4 April ....................,,......,................,.....,.,........ 324 Aquacade ........ Aristocracy ............. Arizona Hall ............ Arnold Air Society ..,.,... Arts ......................,...., Associations ....... Athletics .......... Band ..............,...,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 327 328 253 278 80 172 108 98 Baptist Student Union ....,.. ..... 2 87 Baseball ....................,... ..... 1 44 Basketball .......,........,....,.... ..... 1 27 Beta Gamma Sigma .............. .,... 2 64 Blood Drive ............................... ..... 3 10 Blue Key ..,.,......,............... ......... ..... 2 62 Bobcats .,.................,..,...........,....................... 262 Board of Regents ......,.,,.............................. 19 Business and Public Administration ....,..... 29 -401- BPA Faculty ....i.. BPA Seniors ......... Campbell Club .,,....,.,... ....... Campus .,..................,.... .t.. Campus Fund Drive Canterbury Club ........... ,.,..., Chain Cang ............... ,...... Cheerleaders ....... Chi Omega ....... Choir ........................ Class Elections ........ Class Officers ...... Clubs .................. Cochise Hall ......... Coed Capers ....,.. Colleges .................. Commencement .... December ..., Dedication ,.,,,,,.,. Delta Chi ................. Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma ........ Delta Sigma Phi .... Delta Sigma Pi ........ Delta Sigma Rho ..... Desert ...................... Desert Dance ....,...... Desert Mermaids ..... Desert Queen ,,..,,...,. Director of Athletics Drama .,................,.... Drama and Speech . East Stadium Dorm Education College . Education Faculty . Education Seniors . Engineering College Engineering Faculty Engineering Seniors Engineers, Day ...,... Epworth Club ....,.,........ ....... FST .......,. Fall ................ February ....., 30 30 285 1 1 317 286 263 1 13 184 96 295 72 279 254 301 23 327 310 3 206 186 188 208 274 273 84 318 277 332 1 12 102 101 255 34 35 35 39 40 40 320 286 263 291 313 Fine Arts College ......... Fine Arts Faculty .... . Fine Arts Seniors ......... Fine Arts XVorkshop ...... Football ........,...e............ Forensics ..........,,.,e.... Fraternities ,.,.eee...,.... Fraternity Queens e.... Freshman Dance ..... Freshman Queen .. Freshman 1Veelt ........... 9 Gamma Phi Beta ....e.... Gila Hall ,,..........,..............a Goddess of the Greeks ....,ee.e Golf e........,..........aa,.,,,,a.a..,,i Graduate College .,,,, Graduate Students ...i,., h r Halls .i......,......,............... Help XVeek .,,..,.,................ High School Senior Day ....e. . Hillel Foundation .....,...,.. Homecoming .....i,,.i.....,..,. Homecoming Queen ...,..,.... Home Economics School ....iii Home Economics Club ....i Honoraries .........,..i.......i.i. Honors Assembly ......... Hopi Lodge ....,....... i IAIVS Convention ......... IFC .. ..................,......... .. IFC Christmas Party ....., IFC Dance ..,..............,. IFPC Dance ..,......,.......,. IFPC Pajama Race ....... ISA .,i.i..,............,...................... Intramural Sports .......,....,......... International Relations Club ...,....,., .,... International Students Club .......,.....e...,.... Intervarsity Christian Fellowship i January ....... ..,..,. k Kappa Alpha .................... Kappa Alpha Theta .....,.. ..... Kappa Beta Pi ......ii....... i,,,, Kappa Epsilon ................ ,,,,, Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Psi ............ ,..,. Kappa Psi ......,,... 42 43 44 320 111 107 201 348 323 347 UCJTD .,... .-1... 190 248 346 153 Di 58 247 31 2 301 1 287 303 336 v 26 282 261 307 256 325 246 311 327 310 311 281 155 280 280 285 312 210 192 275 272 194 267 272 -402- Kappa Sigma ........, Kitty Kat ..,..... .....,. Lambda Chi Alpha .....e. Lamba Delta Sigma .,..... Law College .,............. Law Faculty ............ Law Seniors ............... Le Cercle Francais ....V Liberal Arts College ..,.... Liberal Arts Faculty ....,i . Liberal Arts Seniors ...,.i. Lutheran League ,,..,ii...... D1 March ...........,c,..,.... ,....,. Maricopa Hall ,,..... May ...,....,..,,............... Mens NA" Club ,,.. .. Menls Night ......... Military Ball ......... Military Faculty .,.... Military Queens ...... Military School ........ Mines College ....... Mines Faculty ....... Mines Seniors ............. Minor Sports ................... Mom and Dadis Day ..... ., Motar Board ...,....,.,........ Mortar Board Formal ...... Most Eligible Bachelor ....., Music ..v......,......,.........,.... Music School ............... I1 National Collegiate Players ..,..... Navajo Hall ........................... Newman Club ....... .... November ......... 0 October Orchesis ......i............................... . Orchestras ..i........,......,.....,.............. ...... Outstanding Faculty Member ..i.... ...... Outstanding Freshman Woman ....... ...... Outstanding Sophomore Woman Outstanding Sportswoman ........... ...... P PE for Men ................... PE for Men Faculty ..... PE for Women .................. PE for Women Faculty ....... Pan-American League ....i. 212 90 214 242 45 46 46 281 47 48 49 286 320 249 327 276 327 324 54 345 59 53 54 54 154 296 262 313 339 95 43 273 257 285 301 295 277 100 355 355 355 165 63 63 61 61 280 Panhellenic .....,....... Papago Lodge ....... Pershing Rifles ,.... Personalities .............. Pharmacy College ....... ..... Pharmacy Faculty ..,.. Pharmacy Seniors ....... Pi Tennis , ............ .. Phi Alpha Delta ...... Phi Beta Kappa .,.... Phi Delta Chi .....,.... Phi Delta Kappa ....... Phi Delta Phi ......l.c. Phi Delta Theta .,,... Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Gamma Delta ....... Kappa ..............,. Kappa Phi ........ Kappa Psi ................. ...., Lambda Upsilon ..... ..... Mu Alpha .,..,........ Phrateres .......,..,.,...., Beta Phi ........,. 164 WAA ....,..........,...,.....,........... ........ Pi Delta Epsilon .... Pi Delta Phi ..........., Pi Kappa Alpha ....., Pi Kappa Phi .......... Pi Lambda Theta ....... Pi Omega Pi ......... Pima Hall .....,.,,.,,,,, Pi Mu Epsilon ....,.,...... Plnal Hall ..............,.,.,,.,,., ,,,,, Plymouth Foundation ,,,.,,., ,,,,, Polo Village ..............,.. President ........... Press Bureau ..... Publications ,....., Putters .....,.,,.,. Racquet Club .,.,....,.,.,,,,,,,,., ,.,,, Radio-TV Bureau .,.,,.,,,,, .,,,, Ramblers .....,.,,,.,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,.,. Religion in Life Week Religious Groups ,.,,.,...,,,, ,,,,, Rho Qthi .,.i,...,.,....,,.,..,, ,,,,,, Rodeo .................... Rodeo Club ................. ,,,,, Rodeo Queen .........,..,.,., ,,,,,, Roger Williams Forum Royalty ,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,, S Scabbard and Blade ........,, ,,,,, September ..............,...,,,.. ,,,,, Ski Club ......,...,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,, Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon ,.,..,,, ,,,,, Alpha Iota ....,..,,,. ,,,,,, Sigma Chi ..............,,,,. ,,,,,, Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma N Delta P1 ........... ,.,,, Delta Psi ,...,.,...... ,,,,,, Epsilon Club ....... ,.,,,, u ................... ..,,., 200 258 278 351 55 56 56 275 264 272 268 275 218 216 220 264 265 267 198 196 273 266 224 226 268 274 250 266 259 285 260 18 22 83 277 277 22 282 317 283 265 314 282 342 287 331 278 292 282 228 267 230 266 276 244 232 -403- Sigma Pi Sigma ....... Sophos ...i..,.,....,...... Sororities ........,......, Sorority Favorites ..... Spring ,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Spring Sports ,.....,..,, Spring XVeekend .....,. Spurs ..............,,,,.i,,., Stag Night .......... Student Union ,............,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,, Student Union Birthday Party ,,,,.,, ,,,,.., Student Union Rededication ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.., Swimming .,.,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Tau Beta Pi ........., .,,, ,,,,,.,, Tau Beta Sigma ....... Tau Delta Phi ...,.. Tempe Rally ...... Theta Chi .,..... Theta Tau i...... Townsm en ...,... Track ..,,...,.....,.... Twirp VVeek .....,.. Ugly Man Contest .......... ........ University Nazarenes University Players ....... ........ Varsity Show .,.... V ice-President ,....... Vista ........i.........,,.... Visual Aids Bureau ,......... .... VV esley Foundation ....,.,.,,. ........ Westminster Foundation .... Whois Who i.......,,,........... .... Wildcat ........................... .... Winter ...,..........,........ Womeifs NAU Club ....... ....... Women s Dav .......,.,.,..v... ....... Women s Sports .....,...,. ....... Womens Press Club Wranglers ...........v,...v Yavapai Hall ....... .......... ....... Yuma Hall ....... Zeta Beta Tau ..... Zeta Phi Eta .t..... 265 263 175 350 319 143 322 263 299 74 302 3 10 152 270 267 234 308 151 236 271 245 148 299 295 285 273 321 19 93 90 .4-4 287 286 352 87 309 276 326 268 163 276 251 252 238 273 Hughes, Vergil H. ......,. 3536.268 faculty and staff index Allen, James D ,....... Allen. Ross M. ...,.. Altman, Elenore ..........,..........,,. Altman, Maxalene ...................,,, - Andersen. Andreas S. ....,...,,... . 22 25 4:3 26 43 Anderson, Ernest ...,.,.... 49,265,415 Anderson, Roberta R. .....,..,,...... 30 Andrix, Earl Russell ......,..,,.,,,, 40 Anthony, James R. .,,.,,..,,,.,...., 43 Anthony, John YV ...,................... 54 Arnold. L. Patricia ........,,.,..,,., 48 Aubrey. Keith B. ,,., 49,208.264,266 Aull, Charles E. .................... 48,266 Austin, Alfred KY. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .... Ayers, Donald M. ,,,,, . ------43,267 Patrick, David L. 25 Barnes, Charles A. .............,.. 48,264 Barnes, XVilliam S. ............ 46,264 Barney, Bevan .,,.,..... ...,..... 2 59 Barney, XVayne K. .,.,, ....... 5 4,259 Barr, George XV. ...... ......... 2 5 Barton, Jesse M., Jr. .,..... .,,,.. 4 3 Bateman, HttI'1llkl1l E. ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 49 Beam, Mary Ellen ..............,,.,.. 322 Beatson, James A. .. Beattie, Arthur H. . Beck, Jean R. ....,,., . BCCRCF, Bet-be, Stewart ....,,, Howard P. Bennett, Fleming Bernhard, Charles F Bialk. Bernard A. ..............49,264 48,266,292 49 21 25 . ..,............. .11 272 Black, YValter E.. Jr. ............ 59.60 Blitzer, Leon .......... 49,264,265,266 Bloom, John H. .......,,,...... 43,96,97 Bogart, Fred O. .................... 30,264 Bogner, Bob ,.......... ...........,,.,, 2 59 Boland, Vincent F. ........ 30,264,275 Books, Alice B. .,...,.,.................. 26 Borgquist, E. S. .,......,..... 40.41.270 Boyle, Alice M. ...,,...........,.,,.,,,,, 25 Brannon, James L. ..........,,,.,.,,,, 56 Breazeale, Edward L. ..... ,..... 2 5 Brewer, YVillis R. .......,.......... 55,56 Brodie, Emily C. ..........,.,,.,,,,.,,,, 25 Brooks, John ..........., 48,-19,264,280 Brooks, XVendell V. F. ..,..... 49,264 Brookshire, Marjorie ,,,,,,,,,,,, 30,264 Brown, Claude I-1. ..,. . Brown, Elmer Jay .. Brown, James G. . .... . Brown, Sydney B. .,.. . Brown Brown. Bryan. Bryant, : Timothy, Jr. .... . VVilliam H. ..... . XValker E. ........ . Donald L. ........ . BllCl'll1ilLl5CI'. Andrew XV. Buehrer, Thcophil F. .. Burkhart, Harry Ray .... Burkhart, Leland .......... Burroughs. Robert C... Butler. Bert S. ......,., . Butler, Richa1'd .,.,.,.. Butler, George D. ..... . C Cable, VV. Arthur .....,.., Caldwell, George T. ..... . Caldwell, Mary E. .....,. , .......46,264 .......29.264 ,,.......415 ..,....48.266 ,......49.280 49 .......25,264 .......54,266 25 60 20 ..43,102,368 54 60 25 .....101 ..48,49,264 ..28,29,264 7,273 Cameron, James L., Jr. ........ 60,278 Cardon, Bartley P. ,.....,.... ......... 2 5 Carlson, Karen Louise ....20,292,322 Carlson, Leo G. .... . Carpenter, Edwin. 60 ...20,48,49, 264,265 Carruth, Laurence ,.,. .........,,,. 2 5 Casaday, Lauren NV. Chapman, Larue C. Chapman, Martha 7' Chapman, Thomas G. ..... ,.... . Chesney, Marguerite Chiasson, Robert B. Clark, James C. ...,....,,.,.,.,,,.,,,, . Clement, Dorothy L ....21,227 25 53 61 49 40 687178 Cline, Russell w. .... ' ..2ii25,268,269 Cockrum, E. Lendcll ....,.........., 49 Conley, Eugene T. ...... . .......43,267 Conley, Mary A. ...................... 264 Conrad, Frederick A. ..........30,264 Cooper, Carl YV. .................. 38.148 Cords, Howard P. Cox, Mabel P. .............. ..... . Crowell, Robert A. Crowder. John B. ..... . C11rrie. XVilliam C. Curtis, Ja111es L. .... . Champion, Chester d 25 S0 35,268 42 40 .......60.2'8 1 .........259 Danielson, Paul J. ................ 35.268 Danson, Edward B. ,..... ......... 4 9 Davis, Jack E. .......... ............ 4 9 Davis, Jefferson C. ,............. 49,265 Davis, Jefferson C. Jr. .... 49,264,265 Davis, Richard N. ...................... 25 Deal, Ralph E. .......................... 21 Douglas, K. E. .......................... 48 Douglass, Andrew E. ........ 21,264 D11Bois, Robert L. ........ ......... 5 4 Dugan, Augustine D. ....... ...... 5 9 Duke, Don Carl ............ ......... 4 9 Duncan, Donald G. .,,,........48,266 Duncan, Jolm C. ....... ......... 4 9 Dunlap, XYalter T. ..... ...... 4 9 e Eberling, Frances . ....,. 49 Eckert, Phil S. . .......... ...... 2 4 Edwards, Clifford J. ...... ......... 2 1 Edwards, Dale S. ...... ....,. 2 6.38 Elliott. Mildred J. .................... 26 Ellis, Jerome P. ..,....................... 60 Embleton, Harry ...................... 415 Enke, Fred A. ........ 38,128,130.153 Evenson. Adelaide E. Everson, Everett H. ...,.......,..,... 25 Ewing, Russell C. ..... ...... - 19 f Fain, Samuel S. ..... ............ 4 3 Fazio, Steve .......... ....... 2 5,300 Fitch, VValter S. ........ ........ . 265 Fleming, G. F. .............. ...... 4 8 Fleming, NVinifred S. ................ 25 Flournoy, Mary F. ................ 35,268 Folkner, Joseph S. .................... 25 Ford, John T. ................ 38,114,116 Foster, Arland G. ...................... 40 Foster. Joseph F ..... 48,264,265,266 Fowler, Kenneth A. ............ 48,266 F razler, Allegra .................,.. 48,264 Frost, Kenneth R. Fuller. Dorothy V. 25 48 Fuller, XVallace H. ................ 25,28 9 Gad, Elizabeth H. ..... . 49 Gaede, Ruth B. .......................... 48 Garretson, Oliver K. .......,.... 34,268 Ge enheimer, Albert F. ............ 48 H Getty, Harry T. ............... ...... 4 9 Gibbings, Frank T. .................. 58 Gibbs, Alice V. ,....... . n .......48.264 Gill, Joseph .............. ....... 3 0,269 Gillmor, Frances .... ....... 4 8,264 Gitch, YV. S. .............. ......... - 49 Gittings, Ina E. ............., ..,...... 2 64 Gobrecht, Eleanor A. .......... 43,106 Gomez, Rosendo A. .... . Graesser, Roy F. .... Gray, Laurence R. ..,... . Gregg, Karl C. ............ . Gryting, Loyal A. T. h Hall, David J. ..... ....... . Hall, Martha H. ....... . ..22,48.264. 265,266 .......30,227. 264,274 .48,264,266. 264,286 ........40,270 ........77,251 Hambenne, Joseph R. .....,......,... 30 Hamilton, Marie P. ............ 48,264 Hammond, Robert M ..... 48,52,266 Hardy, Harry B. ...................... 60 Harris, Robert M. ......... ,........ 2 5 Harvill, Richard A. ..............., 18,47 Hatheway, Maurice, Jr. 60 Haury, Emil XV. .......,..,..... 21,-18,49 Hausenbauer, Charles R. ........ 40 Hawkins, Doris .......................... 56 Hawkins, Ralph S. ..,.,...,........... 27 Herrick, George F. .... 30.33.264,274 Herwig, Robert J. Hess, Louis B. ...........,...,.... 54,266 Higley, Lutie Lee ............ 227,264 Hillman, Jimmye S. ...........,.,.... 25 Hinds, Hubert B. ...................... 25 Holekamp, Emmett R. .............. 25 Hoskins, Frank L. Houghton. N. D. 48 ........49,264 Houston, Robert L. ...... ......... 2 0 Howard, Russell M. ............30,264 Hubbard, Howard A. ................ 49 Hudson, Phillip ..........,. 30,264,322 Huff, John S. ........................ 60.278 Huggins, Jack YV. ...................... 48 Humphrey, Robert T. .............. 25 Hungerford, Charles R. 49 H11rlbutt. Robert H. H1 ............ 48 I Irmscher, XYilliam F. .... ...... 4 8 I Jackson, Thomas T. .... ...... 6 0 Jacobs, Sylyia ........... .. S1 Jardine, Theodore P. ................ 25 Jensen, Mildred R. ................,... 26 Jenson, Evelyn L. ........ 61,164,277 Jimenez, Rudolph A. ............... . 40 Johnson, Henry .................... 43.267 Jol1nson, Marvin D. ........ 68,75,322 Jones, Faye C. .......................... 26 Jones, Lincoln D. ....... ............ 4 0 Jones, Minna B. ....,.. ...... 2 2 Jones, Robert H. ....... ...... 6 0 k Kalis, Anita .............. ...... 4 3 Kay, Arthur M. .............. ...... 4 8 Kaylor, Elizabeth C. ..,... .... . , 26 Keener, Paul D. .......... ......... - - Kelley, Alec E. ...... . 25 68 Kelley, Victor H. ..,......... 35,316.2 Kelley, YVilliam H. .................... 21 Kelso, Paul ............................ 49,91 Kemmerer, Arthur R. .....,..,....... 25 Ketcham, Carl H. .......... ...... 4 8 Kidwell, Richard A. ...... 80 Kiefer, H. Christian ...... ...... 4 8 Kiersch, George A. ........ ...... 5 4 Klaiss, Donald S. ............. ..... . Knickerbocker, James 30 L. .......... 40 Kraus, Bertram S. ................ 49,227 Krumlauf, Harry E. ............54,264 Kurtz, Edwin B. ............ 25.48.264 Lafferty, John E. ........ 43,102,106 Lane, Jolm F. .......................... 48 Langen, Herbert J. .... 20,30,264,274 Larson, Emil L. .................... 35.268 Lawrence, Renn M. .................. 60 Lee, Jack K. ................ 43,98,99,267 Leonard, John NV. ...,............ 30,264 Lesher, C. Zaner ................ 20,151 Levy, Lora S. .......... ......... 4 8 Lewis, Edna R. ............ ...... 2 5 Lindsay, Venice M, .................. 22 Livdalil, Jean ............................ 322 Lotzenhiser, George VV. ...... 43,44, 267.268 Lowe. Charles H. .................... 49 Lowe, Robert VV. ..,.... ....... 4 8,266 Lowery, Alfred Lee .................. 22 Lundquist, Cordelia Luz, Babette ............... .. Lynn, Klonda ......... Lyons, John D. ......... . I11 Marcoux, Heliodore .49 264 266 .......l2....i74f3 .........45.46 A. ............ 40 Markland, Ben ......................,... 22 Marquart, Dorothy I ......... 48,51,56, 264 Marroney, Peter R. ...... ....... 4 3,102 404 - Marshall, Joe T. ...,.................... 49 Mama. Douglas D ..... 48,68,87,327 Martin, Thomas Lyle, Jr. ,.,..... 40 Mason, Charles T. .................... 25 Matson, Daniel S. .....,,. ..... 4 9 Mattingly, Alethea S. .............. 107 Maynard. Rachel ............ ......... 3 2 Maynard, Samuel E. ........ . Mayo, Evans B. .............. ......,. . McAlister, Dean F. .. McCarthy, Patrick J. McCaughey, Margie .. McCormick, J. Byron ..40,264 54 25 48 49 46 McDaniel, Robert E. ............ 49,265 McDonnell, Porter VV. ..,.......,... 40 McGeorge, XV. T. ...................... 25 McGhehey, Marion A . .... 35,136,268 McHugl1, Myrtis D. .................. 232 McKale, James F. .... 38,63,112,268 McNiece, Gerald M. ....48,26-4,266 Mead, Albert R. .... .................. 4 9 Mees, Quentin M. ........ 40,227,270 ' 30 Merriam, Kemper XV . Merritt, C11rtis B. ......,......... 35,268 Meyer, Bu1'nett C. ................ 48,266 Mieklewright, Helen L. ............ 49 Moody, James S. . ......... ..... . 25 Moore, Richard T. ........ ....., 5 4 Morgan, Florence H. .... ...... 4 8 Morris, Elsie H. ............ ......... 2 64 Muir, Arthur L. ............... ...... 4 8 Mundinger, Gerhard H. ............ 49 Murphy, Kenneth R. ................ 264 Myers, Louis A., Jr. ............ 30,264 I1 Natonek, Anne G. ........ ......... 1 71 Neff, Richmond C. ...... ...... 4 0 Nettleton, Alvred B. .... ......... 2 64 Newlin, Philip Blaine Nicholson. Helen S. .... . Nielsen, Donald R. ....... . Nugent. Robert L .,........ 0 O Dell, J. H. .......... . Olson, Evelyn A. ...... . O,Neall, Peggy ....... y Ott, Charles H. .......... . Ough, Marguerite E. Owerm, Francis ........... P Pahnish, Otto F. .... . Park, John C. ............ . Parnell, Robert C. ....,.. . Pasvogel, Myron XV. Peake, NValter S. Percy, Garnet D. .... . Phelps, John S. .......... . Phillips, NValter S. ..... . Picard, Joseph L. ...... . Picchioni, Albert L. ..... . Pickrell, Charles U. ...... . Pistor, William J. ...... . Powell, Desmond S. .... . Powell, Donald M. .... . Pressley, Elias H. ..... . Purcell, Edwin J. ,..... . Cl Quinn, Robert M. .... . I' Raica, Nicholas .,,.... Ory, Leland E. ........... ..............64 .38152,268 .......49,264 28 ...19,36,49, 68,264 00 .ffff 6? 322 0 ....j.......264 46 25 39 30 248,57 ,....,.46,26-4 .......48,264 40 .......25,227 ..:38,64,268 56 .......21,264 25 ....,..48,264 .........264 .......25,264 .........266 43 25 Ramsey, Robert W. .................... 28 Reed, Raymond E. .................... .15 Reynolds, John J ..... 49,264.280,281 Rhodes, Herbert D ..,,..... Rhodes, James M. ..... . Rinehart, Carroll A. .... . Roberts, Edward N. ..... . Roberts, Lathrop E. ..,.. , Robinson, Cecil ............ Robinson, Ralph M. .... . Rodriguez, Mario B. .... . ..,...49,264. 265,266 .......2o,268 .......43,267 40 ..4s,49,264 48 ........,20,35 49,280,281 l .......264 Roseveare, George H. ................ 54 Ross, Andrew W. ..............,. 40,270 Ross, Herbert S. ................,....... 60 Roy, Francis A. ................ 47,558,322 Ruff, VVesley K. ........ 35,38,64,355 faculty Smith, George .,.,......, ...... Smith, Howard V. ..... ..... . Smith, VVilliam H. ....,. .. Smitham. Thomas Snider, Edna T. ........ .,... . Snyder, Hartley D. ..... ..... . Solve, Melvin T. ...... ..... . Souden, James G. and ..25,264 ..25,277 ....22,85 49 ......,249 243,268 ..43,269 staff index Tench, Howard ..................., 21,264 Thierman, Elmer M. ............ 30,264 46 Thomas, Floyd E. ......... ........ . Thomas, Matthew A. ,,..... ...... 2 5 Thompson, Ethel M. .,..... ...... 2 6 Thomson, Quentin R. .,...,.......... 40 Thornburg, Martin L. .............. 40 1Valkup, Fairfax P. ..,......,,. 43,102, ....30,274 Russell, Miriam J. ...........,........ 48 S Satley, Carl E. ........... .......... 2 5.27 Sancet, Frank .......... ........ 3 8.144 Sands, Lila ............................ 49,264 264 Thrift, Inez E. ........,,,,.....,.. 48, Toland. Florence VV. Trautman, Robert J. ........ . 25 Schafer, XVallace A. ....,. 25,264,268 Schmidt, Andrew B. ............ 30,264 Schmitz, Frederick J. .... 48,49,264 Schneck, Matthew M. R. ...... 48,223 Schulman, Alsie F. ................... . Schwalen, Harold C. ..... .......... 2 5 Scott, James P. ........... ..... 4 3.44 Seeley, Millard G. Senob, Alice M. .,,. . 49 48 Shaw. Richard J. ...... ....... 2 5 Shirer, John ................. .......... F 30 Sigworth, Oliver F. .,,............... 48 Simley, Ole A. ....................-- 48.322 Slonaker, A. Louis ........ 20,68.246 Smiley, Terah L. ....... . Smith, Chester H. 46 Charles L. ..,. 278,282,286 David Ray ,.,..,...... 210,242 Abbott, Abbott, Abbott, Richard G. ............ 243,242 Abbott, Theodore S. ..... ....... 2 G8 Abbott, Tully C. .............. ....... 2 85 Abrams, Kenneth L. ...............- 275 Abu-Yamam, Ibrahim ................ 58 Ackley, WV. Dickinson .......... 27,203 Acosta, Terryanne .................... 282 Adams, Dolly Belle ............ 280,276 Adams, Frank VV. ....,.,. 269,228,314 Adams, Marilyn ............ 176,35,177 Adams, Michael J. ..,..,...... 204,205 Adamson, Jane .......................... 180 Adamson, Larry R. .................. 204 Agard, Ruth ,...,.................,. 176,224 Agee, Jane ..,..,........ 27,335,164,184 Agron, Barbara ........ 89,178,86,239 Aguirre, Gilbert ........................ 282 Ahearn, Alice ...................... 180,282 Ahearn, Gloria ......, Ahles, Rodney ...... Aiello, Charles ...... ......,.49,186 ..........228 .......286 Aiken, Edwin ........... .......... 2 78 Aitkenhead, Claire ............ 106.182 Alaia, Carlo ............... ....... 9 7 Al-Ansary, ,Majid ,.... ............. 5 8 Albracht, Richard ...................... 272 Albert, Sidney .......................... 285 Alberts, John .................. 98,267,271 Albright, Donald ...................... 203 Alden, Diane ,......... ................. 2 82 Sowls, Lyle lx. ................,......,.. 49 Sparks, George F. .............. 43,107 Spicer, Edward H. .... ........ . 49 St. Clair, James S. .... ...... 2 5 Stanfield, Alice B. .... .,.... 2 5 Stanley, Ernest B. .................... 25 Stanton, Henry R. ............. . 138.114 Steinbrenner Arth ir H. ............ 48 40 , 1 Stewart, Harry E. ........... . Stewart, Jean M. ......., . Stewart, Newell XV. 111264 55 Streets, Rubert B. .... ...... 2 5 Strickler, Glen YV. .... ....... 2 64 Stull, John YV. ....... ......,...... 2 5 Svob, Robert S. ......... ........ 8,156 I' Tanner. Clara Lee ....... 49,50 Allington, Alice ............ 30,76,190, Treat ay E ..............-19,265 49 . J j . ........, . Treat, Mary Jo ...,...............,...... Tremblay, Napoleon Tribolet, Charles S. . Trifan, Deonisie ..... J. ...,,... 48,266 ....38,67,68 48,265,266 103,106 VVallraff, Charles .. ....... 48,264 NVarner, Earle H. ..... ....... 4 8,265 XVayte, Charles F. .... ............ f 30 1Vebb, Donald L. ,,.,... ....... 4 8,266 Wedel, Oswald H. ...........,,1.. 48,49 VVhitfield, Lloyd A. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 8 Wilson, Andrew W. ,,,.., ,,,,,, 3 0 VVilson, David G. ...... ..........., 2 5 YVilson, Eldred D. .....,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 54 NVindsor, David L. .....,.. 21,227,264 VVindsor, Margaret E .,,,,,,,,,, 22,322 XVise, Edward N ......,.. 48,49,50,265 VVittmeyer, Merle H. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 40 Wonder, John P. VVood, Elwin G. ,274 VVood, Mary A. ..............,..,,,,,,, 26 VVoodson. WVarren B .....,.,,,, 38,l14, 123,125,126,186 Tschirley, Fred H. .................... 25 Tucker, 1Villiam J. 1... ............. 4 8 V Vanvig, Andrew ........ ...... 2 5 Vassar, Charles Q. ..... ....... I 38,67 Vavich, Mitchell G. .. ..,.., 25 Voris, Mark ................... ..,.., 4 3 Vosskuhler, Max P. W 21 XVorley, Smith. Jr ' . ...,....,...,..,.,,, 25 40 Y Yappel, A. Ralph Z XValker. Elizabeth J. .... 67,302,322 t inde Zapotocky. Joseph X A. ..... ,,,,i, 5 6 Bambauer, Mona .... 60,85,190,19l, 191,307,338 Allred, Douglas .......... 116,228,229 Alonge, Gaetano ...................... 97 Al-Shakakji, Hussien ................ 280 Al-Shulcri, Mahdi Majid .... 27.266 Alspach, James .......................... 258 Altman, Norman ........................ 285 Alvarado, Joe ........ ............. 2 78 Alvarez, Joe ,....,,,,.. ......... 2 98,278 Alvarez, Juan F. ............ 40,111,341 Alvarez, Ramon R. .... 208,209,263 Alwegg, Amado, Doris .......................... Gus .............................. 325 282 Amaya, Carlos .......... 30,69,71,220, 221,246.274.352 Anderson, Arthur B. ................ 222 Anderson, Elisabeth ................ 251 Anderson, Everette .............. 40,320 Anderson, Harry ..148,150,232,255 Anderson, James L. .................. 268 Anderson, John E. ........ 27,216.278 Anderson, Karen L. .................. 188 Anderson, Martha Jane ............ 27 Anderson, Mona .......... 194,195,263 Anderson, Nancy ........ 252,276,286 Armer. Frank C. ....,... 212,213,246 277 Armtield, Anne .......................,.. Armstrong, James ...,.. Armstrong. Judith .... 60,92,169.196 Armstrong, Tom C. Arnold, Anne ....,....... ...... 3 5 Arnold, Barry ......... ........,. 2 18 Arnold, Harry ............ ...,......... 3 5 Amold, Pauline .......................... 198 Arnold. YVayne L. ............ 259,266 Aros, Eddie .................. 144,145,146 Artie, John Roger ..........,....,.,.,,. 220 Arthur, Melvyn L. .... .,.......,,.. 2 56 Arvizu, Joe L. ......... ...,,.....,..,,. 2 78 Asher, John .............,,..,.,...,,,,.,,,, 116 Ashley. Patricia ............ 98,249,267 Ashton, Eugene T. Ashton, Janet ..,...,,... Aslin, Darrol .......... 212,213 .,....184.251 Atms, Helen L. ................ 189,221, 263,299 Aughenbaugh, Byron .............. 258 ,Al1glS, John ................ Augustine, John ....,... 49 49 Aviles, Herhnda .1...................... 285 Axelrod, Robert ..,............... 234,235 263,286,301 Bannehr, Dick .....,....,.,.,......,.,,, 315 Bantz, Marilyn ...,.....,......,,..,, 73,184 Barbee, Joel ..........,,....,.,.......,.,, 204 Barber, Joyce Luke ....,............, 287 Barclay, Ruby ........ 30,198,243,275 Barker, Anita .... 35,86,198,199,285 Barker, Boone ...................... 98,224 Barker, J. Emery ................ 105,216 Barker, Lynn M. ...........,......,... 265 Barker, Markie ....,..... 74.76,250,263, 275,276,302,:338 Barley, Donnalee .... 60,92,176,251 Barlow, Arthur .....,.,,,,.,..,,..,,.,.,. 236 Barnes, Maurice XV. ..........,. 54,271 Barnes, VVilliam ................ 204,266 Barnett, John .............. 68,71,73,204 Barney, David ....,............,.. 104,214 Barney. Richard ,........... 27,203,240 Barney, VVayne .............,.....,1...,. 271 Barnhill, Robert Barnum, Laura Phylis .... 78,192,325 Anderson, Patricia G. ..., 62,71,163, 164,180,263,282 Anderson, Patricia J ...,.,... 28,97,186. 187,277,327 Bartlett, David D. Alderman, Jane ................ 71,76,86, Axton. Janice ........ 242,243,249,250 Ayers, Richard Eugene .... 257,278. 287,286 Bachelier, Marcel G. .... 144,145,146 Backstein, Robert J. ..30,70,243,253 Badger, Charles E. .,...... 27,212,213 Bagshaw, Patricia ........ 184,185,282 Barnum, Patricia ..,............... 86,251 Barr, John H. ....,,...,.. ..,.......... 1 52 Barr, Robert James .................... 286 Barrack, Alfred T. ....,... 56,271,272 Barrett, Sandra J. ...................... 180 Barry, Darlys ............................ 286 Bartch, Mary Jo ,....................... 252 Bartel, Norma.. 194,195,318,333.335 Bartholomew, Gerald ................ 278 Bartholomew, Mabel L. ........... . Bartlett, Carol Lois ......,..... 164, 49 188 168,185,263 Alderton, Petriva .........,...... 97,198 Alexandre, Ray ...................... 30,86 Alexieff, Peter .................... 40,278 Alf, Mimi .................... 104,184,185, 273,277,368 Al-Khudairy, A. Ismat ............ 58 Alkire, 'Constance .... 86,92,l66,168, 169,184,249,314 Anderson, Roberta .,.................. 274 Anderson, Ronald ............,.,.,.., 286 Anderson, Stanford .................. 270 Anderson, Ted M. ............ 212,213 Anderson, Terry Philip .........,.. 204 Anderson, VV anda ...................... 97 Allard, Baldwin, Barbara ............ 35,36,190, Beard, Carl .................. 116,117,121 Alkire, George ........................., 30 Alkire, Mary Ellen .................. 35 Allais, Dayid ................ 40,266,271 Lois .................... 37,148,248 Alldredge, Byron ................ 244,256 Allemann, Richard .............. 30,244 Allen, Dale ................................ 156 Allen, Gove ................ 116,142,242 Allen, James ,.,.... ........,,......,,,, 8 6 Allen, Allen , ,.. Allen, John ...... ......... 2 12,213,278 Allen Allen, Priscilla ...,.....,.. 186,187,277 J. Mel ......................... ,...271 .243 278 984 . Jay -------- .---...- , Philip ....... ,,,.........,....... 2 56 Anderson, VVesley ...................... 272 Andrews, Bettie E. .................... 251 Andrews, Dave .................. 230.278 Andrews, Malachi .... 148,149,150, 154,l-57,158,276 Andrews, Phoebe ...................... 180 Anhorn, Donald ............ 49,232,266 Anklan, J. R1chafd..68,70,71,72,78, 216,217,233,271,323 Anyos, Tom .......................... 92,281 Appel, Charles .................... 212,213 Appleman, Sidney ................ 58,267 Applequist, Dave ...... .......... 2 87 Arbogast, Ann ....... ............. 4 9,89 Arce, Hector .............................. 89 Archer, Florence ........ 190,191,200, 205,219,348 Arechederra, Robert .................. 97 Arenz, Walter ............................ 272 Argent, Jack .............. .......... 1 16 Arges, Peter .... Arias, Harold ...... .........271,272 Bailey, Bailev, John Thomas ..... Victor E. ,... .. Baker, Ata M. .,....... . 56,226,272 Baker, Doronda Lee .......... 251,277 Baker, Galen .............................. 286 Baker, George VV. ...................... 268 Baker. Janet ..86,89,92,l90,191,263 Baker, Joseph P ......................... 49 Baker, Robert ........ 98,267,270,285 Baker, Sally ................................ 188 Balady, Charles J. ................,..... 214 Balba, Monem ...................... 58,280 191,274,277 Baldwin, C. Eugene .... 73,142,158, 212,213 Baldwin, Harold ............ 40,265,270 Baldwin, Hilda ...... 62,176,277,327 Balint, Dennis .............. 70,218,246 Ballard, Joyce ........ 36,64,78,86,91, 164,196,263,273 Ballard, Lee .............................. 278 Baltimore, Dick .................. 212,213 405 - Bateman, Lucille ..,.,..,.......... 79,242 Bates, George ..........................., 218 Bates, George YV., Jr ................. 218 Bauhan, Hobart ....................... . 60 Bayer, Paul .................... 70,204,274 Baxter, Janet Edith .................. 186 Bayless, Peggy ................ 190,86,251 Baza. Harvey .. .......... 56,271,273 Beam, John .................. 270,271,258 Beam, Robert ........ 271,278,39,325 Beach, B. Gene ................ 263,272 Bean, Robert Ray ,..,...,.,.,..,,...... 107 Beasley, Don ........ 115,116,117,122, 12-4,125,126,123 Beaubien, Gale .................. 216,217 Beavin, Howard J. ............,....... 44 Beaudin, Eugene VV. ................ 278 Beazley, Herbert M ....... 30,208,320 Bebo, Philip D. ......................,... 274 Beck, Betty Joan .... 272,284,286.287 Beck, Madra Janet .................... 285 Beck, Robert .... 74,76,283,25-4,270 Becker. Bernice Beckley, Carol ........ 249 192 fffllarl Beed, Joan L. ,..,..,.. .......,....,... 1 69 Beeler, Roland P ..,...,..., 30,236,237, Beeinan, Marjorie Beer, Frank Paul 274,278 ,,,,,,,,,,85,91,196, 263,277 230,275,278 Beers, John Nickson .............,.... 204 Behnke, Robert NV ............... 212,213 Beiser, Mary Ann ,,,,,... 176,263,293 Beisemeyer, Gail H166 Bell, Edna .,,..........,..... Bell, Elouise M. ....... . Bell, Louis C., Jr. Bell, Miriam Bally Bellamak, Ferris XY. ,, 251,282,314 ,,,,,,,,,,89,198 ,....35,268 ,,,,,,,,,,46,275 46 275 ,.. 1 Beller, Albert ,,,,,i....,,,,,. 56,211,212 Beller, Harold .,,,,,,,..,.,. 265,271,272 Bellinan, Mclvina Lee ,.., 77,89,178, Belman, Naomi S. Belt, XVilliam P .,,,, Bendall, Clara Bryce , Beneker, Elizabeth J. 84,189,192 Benedict, L. P. .,......,.. , Bennett, Ardys C. Bennett, Barbara Ann Bennett, Mary ,..i,,,., ,. Bennett, Benning, Benson. Benson, Bentley, Marlin XVarren ............ Thomas XV, ,..,,,,,i,,,,,, , 252.287 ,178,249,276 ,.,,..,.,,7:3,208 ,...,.74,75,76. ,263,273,317 .,,,,.,,216,217 ,,,.,,,,170.180 277,285 Robert ,.......,,.. 91 ,109,258 Joyce .,.. ....... 9 17,226,249 Dawn ,,,,.....,.. 76.188,189, 267,310 142 269 Berg, Thomas M .,,.i.....,.. 40,-11.236, Bergc, Craig M. ..,, , 270,278 ,,,73,86,246 ' 53 269 Berger, Brook 0. ............ A... 2 1 - ,- J. Berger. Joseph S. 234 Bergquist, Barbara ,,.,,. 97,192,193 Bernheimer, Jill ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,., 251,280 Berninger, Carl J. ,,.,,,,,,,,,202. 203, 211,263 Bernstein, A. Michael .,.. 46,160,275 Berry. James J. ,,,,.....,.............. 201 Berry, Lowell M ........, 116,216,217 Berry, Stanley G. Bertram. John C. 1 Best, Gwen .,,,,,., 60,77,78,166,192, 263,292,293 Bevan, B. Joann ,..,.,..,....,.,....,, 176 Bevins, Larry .,i,,,........,............. 39 Bhatt, J. N. ..........,,i,,..,,,,i.,,,,,., 58 Bidlake, Richard .,,, 49,71,204,341 Bielfelt, Sherman XV. .,...... 240,341 Bigando, John D. ...................... 270 Bihl, Jeanne .................. 97,192,249 Bilardello, Concetta ......,... 104,249, 273,285,368 Billings, Laurcnc ....,................. 86 Binda, Jane Ann ,,,, 210,251,285,349 Bingham, Marilyn .......... 22,58,269 Bingham, Sally E. .............. 252,277 Bingham, XVm. A. .... 49,88,154,273 Bir, George 1'. .,....... ,,...,.......,. . Birmingham, Edward 263 218 Birmingham, James ............ 31,274 Birt, Cynthia ...................... 182, 286 Bivens, Larry Auen .............. 40,270 student index Blom, Barbara .,..,. 166,192,252,277 Bloom, George ,,.,..,.,.. Bloomer, Gordon, Jr. . Blue, Barbara ..77,198,243,263,323 Blue, Thomas ,,.,.,..r,.rr Blunden, Anne Curtis,.188,189,251 89 Blyden, Mary Lee ....... Botlenhamer. Howard Boelile, Nancy ...,,.,.,r, Boehm, Russell .......... Bogard, Thomas .,,.... -'2:i297,21f1 ,........ 284 ,,,.,,.,.,30,244 264 ., .,... Bogner. Robert ...,,....... 259,267,278 Bohne, Derwin ,.....,.,...,,,,, 204,278 Boice, Anne .,,....... 188,251,323,34 Bolieu, Tommie Jane. 7' 7 Bollin, Edgar ..,,.i. Boltz, Robert ....,., '7 1,250, 282,286 58 Bolyard, Mel .....,,..,r ...,,r. 5 4,271 Bonaparte, Robert .............,...... 232 Bond, Billie .....,......,,.,,.......,, 98,204 Bond, Leona ............,,,. 92,196,251 Bonnell, Barbara .,,.,.,............... 188 Bonner, Joan ...,...,,.,..,.........,,,,,,, 86 Boomgard, Janice .,,......,..,,,, 27,186 Boone, Harry Daniel ...,...... 212,213 Booth, George, Jr, ,,.... 204,274,302 Booth, Josephine ,,,,, .,,,,,,... 9 7,192 Booth. Julian .i..,,,.,i,,.,,............... 603 Booth, Robert ........,,,,,,,,,,,, 245,263 Bootman, Geraldine ,.,.,. 49,198,338 Borden, Christopher ,,,, 98,212,213 314,315 Boss, Mercedes ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 176 Bothe, A. Perry ............ 73,244,246 Botsford, Neilan ..,.,, ,,,,, I 39,-10,278 Bouchard, Denis .... ,,,,.,,,,,,, 2 80 Bowen, Barry ............................ 232 Bowen, Jean Dixon ,.,..,.,,... 62,194 Bowen, Kathleen,.184,200,251,347 Bowerman, Donald .,., 116,123,255 Bowers, Glenn .... 115,116,117,121, 125,186,255,257 Bowers, Larry ....,....... 116,118,121 Bowman, Georgia ...................... 198 Bowman, Jack .,.,.....,,...,.,......,., 282 Bowsky. Ben .......,.,,...,. 224,234,263 Boyd, YVal1ace ...,. .............,.... 5 4 Boyer, Arnold ...,... ,,,,,...,...... 2 22 Boyer, Jere .,.,,,, 27 208 'iis Boykin, Gerald ,..,,,,,..,..,,,,. 116, Bracco, Barbara ...,,,,, 106,188,189 252,273.318,332,335 Braddock, John ...........,...,.. 153,216 Bradley, Joseph ........,..,,,..,,,. 30,264 Bramkamp, Nancy Jo Brandenberger, Dorral .,,,49,70,176 Brandes, H. Paul ,,,..,,..,...... 233,238 Brandt, Harold ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, nog Branscomb, Bruce 227,282.31-1,315 Braswell, Paul .,..,,,,,,, Brown. Brown, Brown, Brown, Barry .................... 246,311 274 Ethel Louise ,,,,,,,,,, 98,267 Edward ......,,................ Frances ,........,.,.,....,, 35,250 Brown, Judy Ann .........,.,..., 188.189 Brown, Kennedy ,............. 275,284 Brown, Kenneth .,....,, 105,184,368 Brown, Larry ......,, 129,130,156.257 Brown, Lee .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46,275 Brown, Marilyn .......,.....,..,,., 49,186 Brown, Mary ,....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 89,103,176 Brown, Patricia Jean ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, 251 Brown, Ray ..............,.,... 22,230,276 Brown, Robert O ...,. 35,98,226 267 Brown, Robert S. .,...... 30,-14.230, 262,267,278 Brown, Roy ................ 158.230,231 Brown, Thomas ........,......... 203.240 Calnon, Nancy Lee ...,. ..,.....,. 1 90 Calusa, Inez ...,.....,.... ..,,.,.,...,. 2 94 Cameron, James ...,. . Cameron, Oween .......... 86,92,194, 248,282 ..33,159,160, 161,206 Jackie .............,...,..., 184 Kathleen .... 86,196,252, 273,282 ,,,,,,,,,275,278 Campagna, Salvatore Campbell, Campbell, Brown, Virginia .,,,89,196,197,263, 273,314 Browne, Henry ...,,........,.,,...,,..,. 98 Browne, Jonathan ..,......,..., 227,271 Browne, Mary Suzanne ,,.,...,,.,, 180 Browning, Elizabeth ..,. 67,184,185 Browning, Linda ....,.....,.....,..... 169 Browning, Michael ,...,..........,.. 228 Browning, Nancy ..., Browning, 1Vil1iam .....,..,.,,.,,,,,,, 21 ,,,,.,,,,97,1s2 's Brubaker, Richard .,...,,. 30,244,246 Brunenkant, Carl ,,...,.,,..,,,..,,.,., 76 Bruner. Collyn .,...,..,,.... 89,192,251 Bruner, Darrell ..,..,..,..,...,,. 130,132 Bruner, Elmo C.. Jr. ,,,,,,,,.,,,52,98 Bruner, John ,,,, 27,129,130,131,132, 133,136,137,139,140,141 Bryan, Joan .,.,....,,.. 35,192,343,344 Bryant, Elaine ,,,,,,.,,.,.,,.. 27,186,187 Bryant, Ellis Cook Bryant, Donald ...,........ 54,254,271 Bryant, XVilliam .,,.,.,,,,,.,...,,..,,.. 254 Bryce, Terrill ,,,..,,.,,.,.. 240,282,315 Bucliella. Frank Henry, Jr -.--,.... 39, 159,271 Buck, Beverly .....,.. 27,176,200,335 Buckeye, Margie ,.,,,,, Budurin, Caroline ,, Buercklin, Don ,.,..,,. Buford, Theodore Bulkeley, Nancy ,..., Bunch, Josephine ,,., ,60,79,86,188, 189,251,277 ,,,,.,,,..277,310 . ,,.,. 228,246 232 ,.,,,,,62,86,190 2,252 Bunker, Paul ,.,.,,..,. 30,242,243,274 Burch, Bruce .,.... Burch, Teddie ,,,.,, Burgess, Julia ,,,, 64,154 ,,,,,,,,,97,335 Burk, Thomas .....,,. ................. 2 27 Burkhart, Diane ...,.,.... 49,164,195 277,321 Burley, Jerome ....,. 40,212,2l3,270 Burnett, Jane .,,....,,...,, 78,79,89,190 Burney, Helen Jean ..,.,.......,,.... 248 Burnham Thomas ,,,,.... 97,244,256 Campbell, Robert G. ....,...., 89,270 Campbell, Robert YV. ,,,,,,..,. 70,92, 212,213 Campion, Marlys .,.,,., ,.,,,,,. 4 9,249 Canada, Patti ,.....,, .........,, 4 9,186 Candiano, Charles .,,,.... 30,214,215 Canterbury, Betty ,..,,,,.,, 35,97,267 Capin, Neil .....,,..... ......,.,.. 9 7,212 Capin, Roxanna ...,...,.,......,,,.,..,,, 35 Capin, Stanley ...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 212,213 Capron, XViley Edward ,,.,,,,,,,,, 30 Cardella, Ken ..,... 115,116,117,118, 119,120,121,122,123, 126,228,229,278,352 Carey, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,, 272 Carey, YVm. C., Jr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 208 Cargill, Rael ...,,.,,..,. ...,...., 1 96,251 Carlson, Tony ..,..,. ,,,.,,,,,,,,, 2 86 Carlson, Elaine ......,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 277 Carlson, Jo Ann ,,,,,,,.,.., 33,73,192 Carlton, Cleo ,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.,,,,,, 2 48 Carnell, XVilliam ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., 2,218 Carnes, Catherine .,,.,,,.,,,,,, 169,184 Carney, Carol ,,...,...,.... 166,192,292 Carney, Nancy ....,,.,,.., 186,187,251 Carpenter, Roger Edwin ,,,,,,,,,, 266 Carr, John .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 257 Carr, Sherwood .,,,,,,,.,..,.,,,,,, 30,274 Carr, YVendy ,,,...,.,. 86,188,189,282, 314,315.343,344 Carrington, John .,..,,,,,,,,.,., 204,274 Carson, M. Lewis ,,,,,,,,,,,, 230231, 233,278,285 Carson, Donald ..,,,,., 49,70,222,246 Carson, Sandra .......... 86,92,94,190 Carter, Carol ...,...,..,,.,,,..,.,,,. 73,182 Carter, Charles ,......,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,,,, 232 Carter, Muriel Dee ........,.,.,, 86,186 Carter, Richard Glenn ..,,.,,.,..... 216 Casady, Derek .,...,.,,,.,,.,.,.,. 162,228 Casanova, Richard ......,...,,........ 49 Case, Stuart .........,.,..,,.,,.......,... 49 Casey, James ,,,. 70,113,148,222,363 Casey, Vassa ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,.,, 286,287 Cash, Barbara ,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,........,.,,, 186 Casillias, Jaime ..,.,,,,,, .......,.. 2 58 Casselberry, James .....,. ....,. 1 05 -1 Casteel, Clayton ,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 210 Castelan, Joseph Peter ,,,,,,,, 73,204 Brazell, Donna ......,.......,.,,,,,,,,,, 184 Brazell, XVilliam .,.,.,.,,.,.,, 3l,70,153, 222,223,274 1- Burnson, Janice .,...... 89,97,100,182 Burnson, XVil1iam ,..,,,,. 230,231,272 Brcasted, David Breed, XVil1iam ,,,,, Brewer, Dorothy Brewster, Frank Jean ,,.,.. 109,242, 243.285 Brian, Beverly Martha ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 188 Brian, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,.,,, 97,210.211, Burr, Duane ......., 100,224,263.267 Burrell, John ,........,.......,.....,,,,- 3-00 Burress, Charlotte ,....,., 184,185,167 Burrus, Sue Ann ................ 187,207 Burt, Beryl .,.,,......... 76,79,250,-203 Burton, Lloyd .........,......,..... 56.272 Burton, Osmond, Jr. ,.,. 70,84,216, Castle, Barbara .,.,,,., 79,97,176,249 Castleberry, Jolm ,...,....,......,..... 103 Castro, Rudy ,.,...,...,,..., 64,144,145 Cavallucci, Marilyn ....,......... 89,225 Cecil, Cecilia .,,.,, 166,192,277,282, I 285,293 Cederquist, Glenn ,...,.,.,..,......., 236 Cervantes, Martha .....,. ,....,,.. 3 10 Chapel, Jim ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, ,.,,.,,,,, 1 30 Chapin, Wlilliam ,,... .,,..,,,..... 2 71 Chapman, Norma ....,,..,,,... 198,335 Chase, Margaret .,...,.,,...,,,. 184,286 Bjorkland, Linda ,. 166, 192.252, 277 246,280 Black, Ervin L. ,,,,,,,.,,,, 242,243,415 Black, Richard ....... ,,,..........,.... Black, Robert E. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 158 ,216 Bitasdal, rimy J ...,,,,,,,, so,:32,214, Blake, Benton L. ,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Blakeslce, Richard Blakeslee, XValker Blankinship, J. Darrel Blas, Romualdo J .,,,,.., Blay, Micacla ...,..., 97 270,320 215,246,274 ,275 ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,40,271 54,271 8 270,278,285 ,226,249,266, 280,325,350 Blazina, Ronald L. ..........,. 256,320 Bleakley, Barry B. ,116,117,118, 119,120,121,122,123,255 97 Bledsoe, Shirley G. Bleich, Clifford G. ffffffQf"'ffff 530 Blessman, Glenn ...,..,......,..,....... 30 Blezinger, Erna ..,....................... 321 Block, Penny ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 180,277,280 Blodgett, Dick .........,..,........,.... 116 Bridgwater, Elizabeth 135,182 183 Bridwell, Jay ....,. , Briggs, Robert ,,.,, Briggs, Roland ,.,,, Bright, James ,..,,, 218 278 222,246 TQ fQQiii'iiiii Brinkmcver, Arthur ,,,, 212,213,415 363 Busby, Janet .......,,.... .............. 2 42 Busby, Jerry ....... .,............ 2 69 Busch, Ann ...,.............,...... 196,197 Busdiecker, Carl ,,,,.,.,,, 44,104,105 268,273,350,368 Bushroe, Robert ................ 220,306 Butler, David ,..,.............,.... 286,287 Butler, Harold .......................... 60 Butterfield, Thomas ............ 40,271 Butts, Clark ,,,..... 148,158,159,212, 213,257 Chavez, Ernest .....,,... ............. 2 56 Chavez, Margarito ,,,,,,, ,.,.,.,.., 5 8 Clliappetti, Don ,.,,.,,, ....,, 2 18 Childers, Dallas, Jr. ,,... ..,,,.... 2 76 Chin, Lincoln ..,.,..,..,.....,.,,.,,,.,.. 265 Chiono, Sandra .......,.....,.... 252,282 Chisholm, Mary Beth ..,..,.....,..., 224 Choisser, Don C. ,...,...,... 56,227,272 ' ' 259 Chriss, Michael .........,.,............ Christensen, G. Norman .,.,,, 208,256 Christiansen, Dick E. ......,....,.... 255 Brintnall, James , ....,.....,,..,,,,,,,.. 298 Broadway, J. Daviil .....,.,,,..,.,. 278 Brooks, Edwin ...,........,.,,.,,..,,,,. 255 Brooks, Gilbert ,.., 233,244 254,263 Brooks, John Thomas ............,... 275 Brooks, Reg ...,.,....., 44,98,100,226, 227,259 Brooksby, Russell L. ,................. 216 Brookshier, Suzettc Andree ,,.,,, 277 Brophy, Frank C. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,,.,, 275 Broughton, Louise ,,......,.,..... 97,217 Brower, James ...... 76,129,130,131, 132,133,134137,138,140, 157,173,206 Brower, Lowell .,,,...,,,..,.,,.. 142,258 Byerly, Denise ,,,.,,... Byrkit, James, Jr. ,,.., Byrnes, Robert ..,,,, 2,297,192,193 Christiansen, Richard A ...,,...... 270 Christiansen, Richard L .,.,, 271,286 Christman, James .............. 2652-69, C Caggiano, Gerald ,,,,,,,.,,...,., 179,224 Caid, Olive Condit ...,,,..,. 35,537,184 Cam, David ,,,,,,.,,.,...........,......... 271 Caldwell, Carol Sue ..........,. 97,249 Callahan, Michelle ...... .,...,.,.,. 2 51 -406-- Christopher, Robert ..., 152,236,237 Cliurchyard, James .................... 259 Cieclianowski, Eugene ,... 49,68,87, 256,262,273,352 Cirivello, James .............,............ 220 Cislaghi, Carolyn ,..,,..... 86,251,285 Cisler, VVilliam ,,..... ................ 3 0 Clapp. Clark, Clark, Claborne, John ............,............. 275 Clampitt, Margaret .... 49,76,88,93, 94,180,268,273 Charles Richard Beverly Jo ............... Carole ...................... ...,273,368 89 236,186 student Cowen, Art ,,.,,,..... .............. 1 13 Cowert, Diane ...... ............ 4 9,188 Cox, Carolyn .,..............,.,..... 30,184 Cox, James D. Jr. ..,................... 46 Cox Peggy .............. 70,77,195,263 Coxi Cox, XVil1iam ........ Coxon, Franklin ....... Coyle, Terence M. Crabtree, Norma Craddock, Jolm ......... Terrence .......... ..,.,...,.241 Crarv, VVilliam ........ 30,151,204,321 Clark, Charles .............. ,....... 3 0 Clark, Evelyn Delia ....... ........ 2 85 Clark, James ............... ........ 3 0 Clark, Robert Earl .,... ........... 3 0 Clark, Virginia .,...,.. ,..,.......,... 2 51 Clark, Vivian ........ ........,..., 7 9,248 Clarke, VVilliam ........................ 30 Clarkson, Thomas ........ 157,230,246 Clatworthy, David ..,.,,..,.,,........ 97 Claus, Bart ,,,,,,,,.....,. ...,.,, 1 16,119 Clauss, Walter ......... ....... 2 82,315 Clawson, Gay ...,.,..,.....,.......,...,. 242 Claytor, Melroy ...,................ 286 ..,...,..,144,159 ,282 216,217,273 3 ,..,..,250,:302 ..,..,,.... 230 Craig, Frank ,.,.,.,..................... 228 Craig, Jack Oliver Jr ...,..........,.. 258 Craig, Robert .,,..,..,.....,..... 228,229 Cram, Margaret ...,.....,,.1,,.., 180,347 Crandell, Bobette ...,. Crane, Pamela .......... Cranston, Edwin ..,.. Cleminson, Carol ........ 113,166,294 Clifford, Richard ..., 58,264,268,278 Cline, Gerald ........ 130,218,219,258 Clothier, Barry ...........,....,... 271,272 Cluff, Richard Dennis ,.,........... 243 Coates, Jolm ..,.........,,.,.............. 70 Cobb, Mary ,.,..,,.,....,,.., 97,188,282 Cocklin, Daxid .........,..,,.,,...,..... 116 Codd, YVilliam .... 116,118,119,121, 124,125,144 159,186,212,213 Cody, Thomas Edward ........ 22,98 Coe, Theodore Coffelt, Carol ............,...,..,......., 252 ,.,...,.,...86,197 2,149,105,285 Crawford, Barbara Ann .... 97,182, 248,249,276,280,335 Crawford, William ....,..,.... 105,268 Creswell, Cora ......,......... 92,937,190 Critchlow, Charles ................ 27,315 Cronin, Sally Joy .,.,,,,.,...,..,,,..,... 251 Crookshanks, Dorothy ....76,86,9O, 92,196,197.275,277 Cross, Eleanor COnnieJ ........... 92, 104,195 index Deci, Richard ..1.,1....,.....,.,. 244,271 Deckelmeier, Louis De Covniek, Stanley 56,257,265 271,272 ....30,274,278 De Francesco, Sam .....,...... 142,256 Degnan, Ann ,.,.,,....... De Graff, Peter .,..... De Haven, Kenneth .... :a ..,.....2U-J ..............260 Deleuw, Charles E. Jr ......... 227,246 Delphey, Marlow ....,,.,.. 60,176,177 De Maggio, Elena .................,.. 285 Demaree, George ....,,.. 40,265,270 Dull, Eileen ,....,.......... 60,856.9-1,188 Dumont, Doreen ,......,,,,, 62,252,277 Dunbar, Nancy .,....,.,,.,..,,,,, " Dunbar, Ronald Duncan. R. Alan ,,.... ,..,,,, 2 86,287 Dungan, Evelyn -35 Dunn, Thomas .,.......1,..,,.,,,, 256,272 ....,.50,51,56,60,77, Dunne, K. Gail 186,187,208,262,349 Dunning, Ann ...,.,.. 35,36,188,189, 262,268,353 Dunsmorc, 17 red .,...,.......,........,. in Dempster, George ..40,236,270,278 Denny, Marjorie Ann ..,.,...,.....,. 97 Denslow, Jeri ,,,,,,.. 70,164,196,321 Denton, Darlene .,1. 78,177,248 Derby, Jolm ,,.,,........,...............,.. ,345 222 Dering, Jackson .,,,,,,..... 70,230,231 De santa, Vai J. Jr. ,,., 30,153,256 Deuss, Dorothy .,....... .,......... 274,285 275 Devine, Kathleen ,.,,,,.,,....... 107,273 Diamos, Magdalena ....,............. 285 Dick, M. Eileen ,... 35.103,104,105. 176 ,177,273 Dick, Ronald Charles ....,,.......... 258 Dickerson, Vernon ..,.............,. 30.46 Dickson, Donald .,.........,..........., 251 Dickson, Paul NV. Jr ............. 54,271 Diehl, David ............,. ...,... Diehl, Robert .....,.,,,,......... Diehl, NV. Paul .........,,. 222. Dieterle. Eleanor Louise... Dietz, David ...,.....,.,.,,...,.... D1t1oe, Thomas .. ,..,,..,..... Diggs, Douglas ...,,..... .... 2 7 ........204 223,233 ...89,194 192.252 Dietrich, Carol ,,,,..............., .235,246 270 ,216,278 Durazo, Charles .,., 212.213,233,278 Durazo. Lauro Alfonso , ..,....1...,, 285 Duskln, Bernard ............,... 274,287 Dutter, Carol ,.....,.... . ,,....... . 252,275 Duugan, Evelyn ...........,......,..... 250 Dwyer, Nancy ........ 62,169,192,293 Dyke. Milton Jr. CBudJ .... 244,256 6 Earll, Robert .,..,,...,.. ..1..,.,, 4 0,271 Easterling, YVilliam .... ,.......... 2 32 Eastman, Denny ..,.. ,.......... 2 85 Ebeling, Elsa ..,..................,.,,... 265 Ebell, Susan Claire .......,...... 188,189 Eckert, Harry Erwin .................. 97 Ecklund, Ray .......................,.,.. 220 Eddy. Jackson ..,. 66,68,71,129,130, 131,136,140,230,278 Edwards, Jo Ann ...................... 97 Edwards, Richard ........,......,..., 148 Ecck, Jolm ,...,.,...,....,...,,.....,. 50,286 Egge, Frank ....,............. 98,224,285 Ehringer, Vililliam ...... 204,246,310 Ehrlich, Rita .............................. 35 Eichenberger, K. B. ,...,,.,..,....,.. 218 Eicholtz, Robert .................. 50,268 Cohen, Arthur .............. 70,272,306 Cohen, Frank ....... .................. 2 69 Cohen, Carol ....... .............. 1 98 Cohen, D. Allen ...... ,....... 2 87 Cohn, Ann Louise ,..... ....,.., 1 78 Cohoe, Susan ,......,................ 35,180 Cohorn, Clinton ..............,... 224,225 Colby, Marygrace ..62,170,187,277 Cole, Dalton, Jr. .,,...,..,,,........,,., 216 Coleman, Elizabeth ......76,86,184, 185,263,273,368 Coleman, Mary ...... 35,176,177,268 Coleman, Zenas .....,...,...........,.. 228 Collier, Robert ......,.........,.,. 236,237 Collins, Jolm .......,....................., 275 Collins, Mary Gene ...............,.. 249 Collins, Robert .....,...,.,..,.......,.,. 97 Collins, Susan ,,.... 190,273,277,368 Collins, XVil1iam .,.......,.............. 35 Colusa, Inez .................,...,........ 86 Comer, Joseph ...... ....,.. 2 04,205 Conarroe, Elvin ...,,......,,.,...,..,.. 286 Condes, Albert ,.....,................... 270 Condit, Shirley ...... 86,184,273,277 Condron, William ......,... 44,84,269, 285,288 Conelly, Sylvia .,..... ....,, 3 5,182 Confer, Elizabeth Conley, George .................. 236,271 Conn, Betty .................. 97,284,285 Conn, Robert .......,......,, 49,284,285 Crouch, Robert .....,,, 1..,.,,.,..... 2 63 Crowe, Dorothy ....., ........ 1 88 Crowe, Gary ...,.,.. ......... 3 0.236 Crowe, XVilliam ..,......,.,.... 153.156, 157,212,213 Croxen, Fred ,....,... .......,........,. 2 75 Crusan, Marjorie ..,.. ,,,,... 1 88,251 Cubbage, Thomas ..,.,.. ...... 2 7.269 Cumming, E. Clyde ..,,...,........,. 241 Curd, J. Richard ................ 89.278 Curtice, Norman .....,,.,.,. 44,97,100. 218,267,295 Curtis, Frances .........,..,.., 92,9-1,190 cl Daacon, Ellen ..,..,,.. .,,,,,... 6 2,285 Dailey, H. Robert .,,..,.......... 73,285 Dailey, Sylvia ............................ 184 Daniels, Barbara ..322,323,3-47,352 D'Anna, Dominic ..,........,........., 220 Darling, Dwight ......,..,...,.,,..... 214 Darlington, Jerry .,...,.....,.......,.. 314 Darnall, Homer ...,....,.., 30.212,213 Darnall, Jack .,,.. ....,........... 3 0,208 Darsey, Joanne ,...,..................... 186 Daum, Peggy .....,,. 49,68,78,84,89, 198,220,243,262. 268,273,285,352 Dausinger, Norman E. ,....... 54,271 Davenport, Anne .......... 49,184,185 Davenport, Beebe Rae ........ 74,76, 194,195,263 Dillingham, Stewart ....,,,...,..,..,. 293 Dinstel, Marion ........................ 282 Dinkmeyer, Susan .,..,......... 62,190 Dinwiddie, Nelda .,.................... 198 DiSalvo, Arthur .......... 27,285,310 Ditzler, Suzanne .......... 168,188,282 220,221,263 Dodson, Marilyn ,...,..... 248,307,338 Dohrmann, Kenneth ............,.,... 222 Don, Norma Jean ,............... 62,167 Doner, Delight ......,. 89,92,100,lg7 . 7' 6 Dodds, Leo ................ Donnadieu, Ruben ..l................. L Donnelly, Joseph ..,................... 49 Donohoe, Calista CLeeJ ......,. 70.76, 190,217,273,292.323, 324,326,346.347 Donohoe, Susan .,,,., 68,93.104,105, 217.268,273,368 Donovan, Patricia ......,............... 177 Doolen, Joanne ............ 60,68,72,86. 194,195,200,273 Dormann, James .,,,.,.. 30,69,70,262, 278,293,313,340,353 Dorrance, Richard ................ 49.266 Eisen, Ruth ....,............ Eisele, Sally Ann .... 35, Eisenman, Richard ...,,, ...,.....50.188 166,192,277 Ekblad, John .,.....,....,......,,... 97.216 Ekstrom, Beverly ...................... 186 Elias, Angel ..,.,.....................,..... 97 Ellis, Glenda ...... ,...... 1 82,183,277 Ellis, Jody .................. 105,198,243 Ellis, Julie Ann .....,..... 251,286,294 .....,.,.86,190 Ellison, Mary ....,... 27,188,189,221, 307,313,324 Elpern, Samuel .,..,... Elpern, Shirley ,.,,. Elsfelder, Janet ........... Elrod, Jean .....,.....,....., Lee Engelhardt, Carol Engels, Eugenie .... 86, Engholm, Joan ,..... 50, 196,197,262 338,345,346 ' 273 86 .,,...35,280 .........50. .,.....,......200 252 194,195,251 74,76,77,78, 292,335,353 Evans, Erma ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, ...,... 1 69 Coulson, J. Peter ........ 104,273,368 Conniff, SITISRH ...,............ 73,89,252 Conrad, John .......,.,..,............... 153 Cook, Stanley ,....... 49,228,229.246 Cooke, Ellis .,........................ 22,269 Coolahan, Roger ..........,..,...,...... 278 Cooper, Diane ..,..,...,,........... 30,180 Cooper, Gulianne ,............. 180,251 Coopwood, WV. Kenneth ,.....,. 156, 159,160,161 Coppo, Joan .........,.............. 176,249 Corbin, William ,..,.. 60,214,270,271 Cordis, A. Raclare .... 39,40,278,280 Corley, Elbert Todd ................ 204 Corley, Jay ...,..,.,............... 204.262 Corley, Vaughn tSkipJ .... 116,118, 119,228,229,246,263 Cornwall, Corinne ...,...........,.... 187 Corrin, Margaret Ann .........,...... 252 Cortner, Joyce ...,....................,. 176 Cosden, Susan .......................... 251 Coutchie, Richard .,.. 27,60,148,216, 217,244,246,262,306,352 Couser, Roy Lamar ....,..,.......,.. 280 Couture, Celeste .....,..,... 27,176,267 Couzens, Laurel ........................ 182 Covarrubias, Barbara .........,...... 167 Cowan, Carolyn ....,........ ..,,,.., 1 86 Cowan, Martha ............ ..,.,,.. 2 67 Davidge, Edward ..,,.....,.......... 286 Davidson, Byron ....,.,,.. 70,256,293 Davidson, Fred ...............,.......... 223 Davila, Carlos ...,...,....,... 41,270,285 Daxis, Ann ................,....... 190,282 Daxds, Betty Bell .,,,,,,..,,...,......, 35 Davis, Harold .,.,,...,,,.,,,.....,....... 274 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Jack .......,.,..,..,.. Jefferson ....,,... John Robert John S. ........ . 144,147,259 .,,,.49,58,265 .........97,285 Davis, Marjorie ........ .,..,..,... 1 92 Davis, Nancy .............. ........ I 35 Davis, Peggy Ann ...,.. ..,.,.,. 3 0 Davis, Robert H. ,...,................. 271 Davis, Robert Verne ................,. 35 Davis, Sidney ............ 116,120,160, 228,229,255 Doss, Jake .,,............,.,........ 242 243 Dotis, Jolm ............................ 40.270 Dotzenrod, Richard .,................ 246 Doud, Dolores .,.................. 194,251 Douglas, Phyllis ....... ........... 2 67 Douglas, Sherry .......... ........... f 327 Douthitt, Kenneth .................... 97 Dowdall, Richard ,,.............. 46,275 Downey, James Cecil .......... 97.267 Downey, Marilyn ...... 60,86.190,282 Downing, Mary Jo ......,..... 166.184 Doyle, Lawrence ,.,,.... 156,224.225 Doyle, Nancy ............ 103,105,252 273,368 D1-aeh, George ,,,.,,.,,..... 73,216,286 Drachman, Craig ...................... 229 Draper, Ruth ........... .............. 3 27 Dreeke, Margaret ,................... 190 Drew, Judith ......,............... 50.280 Druliner, Dwiann ........., 97,198,286 Drye, Stanley . .,............. 30,228,278 DuBois, Ann Wleatherly ....., 77,196, DuBose, Brown ....,............. 197,263 212,213 Davison, Buddy ..,....,.................. 156 Davison, Fred A. Jr. ............ 70,222 Davison, Jacqueline ....., 89,184,280 Davison, Marilyn ....,.,. 179,251,287 Davison, Porter ,,,...,..,...,...,,.,..... 49 Dawson, Robert ........................ 258 Day, Frank .................. 152,216,217 Deaderick, Jim ..... .,..,..,.......... 2 32 Deal, Sydney ................ 35,190,321 Dean, WVilliam ...................,...... 278 De Barr, Wayne Lee ................ 278 De Bennedetto, Vincent ...... 56,272 De Camp, Megan .............. 176,275 De Celles, Helen ......,......... 170,190 - 407 Dudash, Richard Dudding, Darr ..... Dudley, Doris ............ ,,,...,..60,278 ...........272 Dudley, Dorothy ................ 36,186 Duerson, Donald ............ 70,232,263 Duffy, Joseph ........,............... 20,228 Duke, Don ........ Duke, Earl ...... .........58,248,2e5 ..........206,263 Engstrom, Jon .................... 148,230 Enloe, Louis ...................... 266,270 Enloe, Howard ......... ........... 2 70 Enos, Bert Daniel .,....., ........ 9 18 Enriquez, Arturo ...................... 285 Epstein, Jolm ........,............. 56.272 Epstein, Robert .....................4.. 97 Erbsen, Suzie .,..,,...... 68,73,188,231 Ericsson, Ellen ......,........... 180.251 Ernst, Jerome ........ 71,220,274.285 Ertle, Nancy ...,,......,............ 169.249 Erwin, Charleen .......,,,..,........... 248 Escarcega, Emil ........................ 97 Esser, XVilliani .....,.,.,.... 50,236,326 Essner, Sherrie Lee .................. 182 Estes, Berry .....,........ ,...... 1 59,286 Estrada, Carlos ..... ..,.... 2 36,275 Estrada, Mercy ......... ........,.. 5 0 Evangelista, Maria ,,.,,. .......285 Evans, Dorothy .....,.................... 198 Ewing, Betty Jo .... 60,71,85,86,89, 91,92,93,94,190,191. 263.273,275,325,355 Falkenhagen, Nancy ..,.. ..,.... 1 86 Falkow, Maurice ,.,..................,.. 286 Fanning, Mary Lou ............ 89.192 Farber, Stanley .... 70,234,271,272 Faria, Wfilliam .....,......,.,.., 269,282 Farmer, Ray Jeannine ...,.... 252,285 Farrell, Martin ............ 152,158,159, 206,207,341 Franz, Robert ,,,,,,,.,..,..,.....,....... 204 Farrier, Paul Jr. Federhart, Stephne Federico, Jean .,,,,,,,.,,.,, .......214 ,,.....188 177,248 l"'CC1TlL'li, James ,..................,..,.,, 58 Fcchery. G. Richard ,,,,,,.,,.,,43,70, 220,221 Feldman. Isabel ........ 77,86.178,179 lreldman, Stanley ,....,,..,...,..,,.... 275 Feldwisch, Martha ,,,.,....,.. 188,282 Felger. Richard Stephen ,,,,,.,... 238 Fenn, Clarence ,,,v,, 35,151,243,265 n . Ferber, Margery ,.,. 188,189.3-46,348 Ferguson, James ,,,,.,,.,..,.... 281,295 Pest, Eugene ,,,. .,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,v,,,... 2 08 Festin, Eric v,...........,,,,,,,,.,. 224,282 Festin, Glen .....,,v,,,,,,,......... 144,157 Fetterman, Ellen Patricia ,,,. 86,179 Few. David ,,,,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 40,258 Frick, Rudy Martin ..... ........., 2 28 Fidel, Mary .............. ........,. 2 82 Fiihr, Ervin .,,.r.,..,, ,,,,,, 1 16,120 Filiatrault. Arthur .....,.,. 224,246, 285,299 Filler, Charles .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,......... 275 Fimbres, Guy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 185,220,306 Finch, Mary Ellen .,,,.,,. 97,248,335 Finn, Patricia ......r.r.......,.., 166,192 Fiorini, Remo .,.,.,..,...........,. 44,220 Firestone, Louise Barbara ........ 249 Firth, Jacqueline ,,.,,,,,,.,....... 36,190 Fish, Joan ...............,. .....,.. 2 7,252 Fishbum, Janice ,.,..,,........... 36,168 Fisher, Helen Ann ................ 50,177 Fisher. Robert .,.,.,.,,, .......... 9 7 Fisher, Saul ,.,.......,, ..,,,,.,.,.,, 2 72 Fiske, Richard ...... ..232,271,282 Fitch, Thomas ,,,.,,.,.. ..........,.. 2 14 Fitzgerald, Richard ............ 214,274 Fitzpatrick, Cris ....,.......,.,...,.,... 248 Flannery, Brendon .,......,... 148,245 Flaxman, Marcia .,,,..,......,.. 196,321 Fleming. Bonita ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.. 194 Fleming, Lawrence James ,.,,..,. 275 Fletcher, Sarah ,,..,..,,...,,.. 22,511,180 F lcury, Edward ,,....,.,,,,,,,,,, 232,233 Flickinger, Carolyn ..,.,, 76,194,251 Fliekinger, John .,...... Flocker, XVilliam Flora. Ronald ,,.,,,,,.,, Florez, Frank M. ..,,,, . Flores, Frank Jr. Flores. Santos .....,.. Fontaine, Joel ,........... Forbes, Rosemary ,,,,,.. Force, James ..,..., Force, Lillian ,............. Force, Richard ....,.,..... 1' ord, Jerry . ,,.,,,,.,,..... .. Ford, XVeslcy . Fordenwalt, James .,..,., 76 .,......28,265 ,..,..148,159 22.54.271 .......241 .60,73,86.92. 194,251,355 159,206,263 .......203,246 .........50,286 Fordyce, Anne .,...... 70,186,187,263 Forgach, Paul Joseph 36 Forsyth, Byron .....,.. 58,243,268,269 Foster, Charles Dickman ........,. 30 Foster, Patricia ...,.............. 198,286 Foster, Samuel James ,,..........,, Foust, Thomas ,,,,,,, ., Fowble, Lowell ,... Fox, Martha ,...... . 98 7:3 ....,,,:318 ..,.,..266 Frame, Catharine .....,.,.............. 196 Frank, Mary Rose ..,.,,,.,...........,, 36 Franklin, George .... 40,236,237,246 Franks, Carolyn ,........... 184,114,277 1' ranz, Edward .....,..,,,,..,.......,.,, 30 Fraser, Sedgwick VV. Jr. fTedJ..76, 272,228,263 Frazier, Carolyn ..,.,,,.....,.,......... 188 Frazier, Lake J. Jr. .................... 204 Frear, Carol Ruth ,............, 100,271 Frcdenburg, Kathryn .,...... 198,199, 251,286 Frederick, Richard ....... ..,....... 9 8 Frederick, Robert .,................ 31,44 Freeman, George Herbert .......... 40, 270,320 Freeman, Myron . .,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,, 259 Freiberger, Susan ..,............ 94,282 French, Leta ....... ...... 1 96,321,345 Frenzen, Glenn ,,,,.,,,.,,..,.... 232,233 Frey, Donna Lee ..,..... 182,282,286 Freyer, Tom .,.,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 stude Friedman, Gary n t ......116,255 Fries, Mary Marie ,.,,,,,,,.... 286 Frisby, Jose ,.,......... ,..,,,,,,,,,,,.., 2 70 Frolm, 11'alter ..,.,,..,,,,.... 31,236,237 Froman, Peggy Jane ..............., 251 Fry, Cynthia ,,..,........,.,..,,,, 188.251 Fry, Robert ,,.,.............,,,..,. 116,120 Fuhrman, Janet Falco, Joe .....,.,,,,,,..,...........,..,. Fulclncr, Natalie .,.....166,192.277 36 180 index Glatz, Jolm ,.,...,.,,...,...,.,,...,,,,,.,, 275 Gleave, Paul ..............,. 50,216,217 Clendening, Eber .,..,,..............., 282 Glosser, Jane .....,.,.. .,.,.,.,,,,,, 3 6 Glover, Frank ................,..... 97,267 286 Glover, Sidney Lee .........,.,,,.,,,.. Glover, XVilliam Edward ..,, 50,269 Goar, Leon ...,,.,142,258 Goddard, Nancy .,....................,. 177 Goebel, Donald ............ 40,269,278 Coelitz, Jo .....................,...,,....... 327 Goette, Virginia Marie ......,......, 249 Goette. Patricia .....,,...,.,,..,, 252,277 Goff, Beverly .,.... 113,196,294,299, 307,308,338 Fulfer, Darla ,........ ,,,,,, 1 98,285 Fulkerson. XYilliam ,,,,,,,,, 156.228 Fuller, David .,,,,, ,............ 2 12.213 Fuller, Eugene ,.,.,... 148,149,159, 216,276 Fuller, XVilma ..,,.,, ,,,,.,.. 6 2,171 Fulton, Duncan ,... ............. 2 18 Fulton, George .................... 92,232 Fulton, James Thomas ..... ,,,, 73 Fulton, Otis ..,........,..,,.,,,,...,....... 58 Funk, Donald ....,,,, 64,152,159.207 9 Gaddis, Barbara .,.,,.,,,,., 86,194,282 Gaede, Ruth ....,,,.,. ,..........,,.., 2 27 Gagnier, Dorothy .,,.. ,.....,. 7 7,177 Gaines, Ludwell .,...... ,,.,,,,,,. 2 28 Gale, Robert Henry ..,.. ,.,.,.. 2 38 Gallagher, Geri ..........,,,,,,,.,..... 275 Gallaher, George Thomas ,,,. 31,241 Gallaspy, Ann Lee ,.., 106,180,251 Galton, Francis Douglas .... 203,286 Gamble, Ganter, Dorothy James ,,..,..,..,....,...,,. 31,204 Garber, David ,,..... ......,. 3 1,238 Garber. James ,... .,,,,, 1 56,282 Garcia, Beatrice ,,,,,,,, 50,198 Garcia, Garcia. Gardner, Cynthia ,.,,, Ernest ..... ,,,,,,,,,,...... James ....,..........,..,...,..... 60 ,68,73,86,190. 60 2 191,263,293 Gargiulo, Tom .,,,..,,,,,,,....,...,.... 278 Garland, Edward ......... ......... 2 7,269 Garner, Garrett, XVendell Garretson, Jolm Garrett, John Edward. Garrison, Lee Garxick, Phyllis 27 James .,.,........,............... 2 ........216,217.363 232 202,203,282 240,241 Vi22iiiiiiii89,1S2.183 Gaskins, Ann ,,..,.....,......,..........,, 196 Gatewood, C. C. ......,.....,..... 46,275 Gathany, Janice ........................ 194 Gofine, Glaire .........,, ........ 2 7,252 Golay, Robert Lee .. ...,....,.,,, 64 Golberg, Mary ........,.....,....... 86,192 Golberg, Louis .......................... 282 Goldfarb. Robert J. ........ 69,100,282 Goldstein, Arthur .............. 71,7389 Goldstein, Seymour ....,.,... 179,284 Goldstein, S. Rita ......... .......... 2 75 Goncar, Jolm Joseph ................ 50 Gonzales, Arthur ................ 233,256 Gonzales, Gilbert ,......,., 60,256,320 Gonzales, Ramona ..,.,..,,....... 67,250 Goodale, lrene ............ 248,273,276 Goodale, Thomas ...................... 50 Goodfarb, Stan .................... 46,275 Goodman, K. 1Vebb .................. 160 Goodwin, Vl'alter ...,.... 148,159,257 Gordon, Frank Jr. .......... . Gatlin, Janice .... 88,89,182,248,344 Gatlin, Lou Ellen .,.. 50,88,182,183, 268,273,338 Gaugush, Robert ...................... 272 Geiger, Kenneth .............,,.,, 27,232 Gelderman, Al ...,........ 114,212,213 Gembala, Bernice .... 86,89,251,285 Gemmell, Robert ................ 50218, 219,265,341,353 .45.46,275 Goree, Robert C. ...................... 286 Gorham, XVillett ....... ...... 1 61,204 Gorum, Alvin .....,.. ......,... 5 4 Goss, Patricia ........ ....,.. 5 8 Gottliebson, Sally ...... ....... 2 51 Grady, Don ............ ....... 2 18 Grady, George ....... .............,.. 2 18 Grady, Lorna ........................ 50,277 Graf, Jolm XVilliam .......,............ 6-1 Gragg, Russell ............ 144.1-15147. 158,230,263 Graham, XVilliam ,..................... 220 Gran, Patricia Ann .................... 188 Granlund, Roy D. ..............,.,..... 245 Granrud, Karen ............ 36,182,286 Grant, George ...,....,........... 212,213 Granzow, Dolores ...,............ 36,190 Gray, Anne Page ........ 31,176,177, 275,277,286 Gray, Don Leslie ....................., 31 Gray, Robert Arthur ................ 227 Gray, Thomas ,......,............ 204,205 Grebner, Robert ,.......... .98,100,267 Greely, Robert .................... 50,245 Green, Carrie ...... 252,273,277,368 Green, I. Richard Jr. ....,........... 50 Green, Martin ........................,... 89 Green, Richard ....... .....,. 2 39 Green, Robert F. ,..... .,.,,.,,..... 2 71 Green, Ruth .,........................ 78,188 Green, Susan ................ 62,167.277 Green, Susan Rae ........ ,........... 1 79 Greenbaum, Martin .................. 234 Greenberg, Carol ....... ...... 1 79 ,251 Greene, Dick ............... .......... 2 59 50 Greene, Larry .................. ....... Greene, Robert Edward ............ 285 Grove, David .............. 202,203,274 341,363 Grove, Joyce Lee .... 9-4,190,251,282 Gruchik, Stuart ..,,.................... 64 Gruensfelder, Mary ..........,....... 199 Gruenwald, Nolan H ..... 98,100,267 Guenther, Myrna ........ 250,268,292 Guffey, Judith Ann .................,.. 252 Guiton, Jane ............. ........ 9 2,177 Gump, Mary Louise ............ 37,194 Gum, Carolyn .........,,.....,... 199,249 Gunderson, Enuna Jean .... 22,182, 183,269 Gunn, Mary ....,.,.,......... 50,180,181 Gurney, Susan ........ 105,106,184, 273,368 Guth, Scott ,,,,...... 210,211,217,233 Guthrie, Richard ............ 39,244,271 Guthman, Melyin E. ........,... 97,214 Guy, Carole Thompson ............ 171 Gwinn, Eugene ........ 39,40,41,244, 246,270 Gyger, Terry ..............,............... 157 h Haaga, Donald .......................... 98 Haase, Ruth .......................... 50,186 Habgootl, C. Ronald ............ 50,280 Hablutzel, Caroline ,,..,..,..,... 27,194 Haeke, Robert ..,....... .......... 2 86 Haberman, Burt ........ ....... 2 75 Hafford, XVilliam ....... 105 Hagan, Carol Ann . ....... 277 Hagerty, XVilliam ,,,... ....,.,.,, 2 57 Haggar, Catherine ...,....,........... 186 Haggstrom, Jane Ann ...,...... 78,251 Haigler, Marvin Leon .............. 58 Haldeman, Cynthia Keene ...... 180 Hall, Ann ............................ 190,321 Hall, Lorna Mae .... ........... 3 6,285 Hall, Nona .......... ............ 1 90,191 Hall, Pamela ,... ....................... 1 80 Hall, Patricia .. ....... 68,73,79,190, 191,345 Hall, Sarah Anne . ..,.....,.....,. 27 Hall, VVilliam ,, ,............... 222 Hallinan, Moira .. ............,.. 92,194 Halpert, Sheila ..........,. 178,179,252 Halverson, Arthur .,.... 116,255,323 Halvorson, Robert ,................... 89 Hamilton, Mary Helen ........ 27,249 Hamilton, Milton ................ 98,100 Hamilton, Richard .................... 272 Hammersley, Ann Leowe .....,.. 188 Gentry, Carol .....................,...... 186 George, Allan Carter ..,.,....,,. 50,280 Gerard, Herbert ......... ........ 6 0,220 Gerber, Jim ............ .......... 2 82 Gerber, Marilyn .,,,..., .,..,,. 2 80 Gerrish, Martin ,..........,. , .,...,... 105 Gervasio, Joseph Jr. .................. 270 Gesin, Jolm ........................ 207,246 Geyer, Allen .............................. 282 Geyer, Robert ...... 210,2l1,2-16.278 Geyler, Ted .........,.,.... 202,203,282 Gibbon, Gail ......,..,.,.,................ 50 Gibson, Franklin ........ 242,243,275 Gibson, Margaret ............ 78,86,19O Gibson, Sarah .....,.. 52,60,76,78,86, 190,191,200,263 Gibson, Shirley ............ 190,191,277 Gifford, Sidney Edwin ........ 40,278 Gilberg, Sheldon 'Sidney ...,..,... 114 Gilbert, Don ................,....... 214,246 Gilbert, Janet ..,,..,,,,,,,.,..,,. 198,199 Gilc, Donald .....,..,...,...,........,.... 144 Gilfillan, Richard Elliot ...... 212,213 Gillespie, VValter Randolph ...... 207 Gillies, Peter Huylcr .......,,,,.,..... 31 Gilmour, Tom ........ 31,226,227,327 Gin, Sue .......,..,..,,,,,.,.,........ 227,264 Ginn, Paul .............,........,........... 244 Ginter, David .............. 203,271,282 Glad, Barbara Ann ................... ,186 Glad, Elberta ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 36,186,286 Glzlssocli, Dick ..........., 232,233,272 Greenstcin, XValter ...........,........ 234 Greenway, Jolm ........................ 275 Greenwood, Rose Marie .... 183,200, 335 Greer, Jolm ................... ..,..... . .275 Greff, Catherine ........................ 252 Gregory, Janice ....,............, 192,193 Griesser, Richard ...... 144,156,218, 219,286 Griffin, Dick Clyde .....,..,,........ 278 Griffith, Jane .......,...... 113,294,308 Griffith, Richard .....................,., 286 Griffiths, Bill ...................... 240,282 Grimes, Thomas .,...... 117,120,123, 218,219,255,278,116, 123,144,162,219,276 Grissinger Veralice .............. 98,271 Groninger, Robert ......,..,.... 160,228 Groombridge, Charles ........ 98,269, 253,267,269 Gross, Ernest Ray ,,,..,.....,......., 228 Gross, Gerald ...,,,,...,................. 234 Grosso, Francis Louis ........,,,... 270 -408- Hancock, VVayne Jr. ................ 275 160 Hancock, William ..............,..... Hanhila, Elissa .......................... 248 Hankins, Loyce ................ 188,189, 230,277,348 Hannah, Richard ...................... 275 Hannapel, Raymond ......., 121,166 255,206,207,246, 266,265,353,362 Hannibal, Audrey ...................... 199 Hannon, Jack ,............ 127,222,278 Hansen, Donna Mahon ...... 273,368 Hanshaw, A. Alan .................... 45 Hanson, George .................... 54,271 Hanson, Janice , ....... 89,94,196,286 Hanson, Kenneth Leigh .... 270,271 Hanson, Richard ...................... 228 Harbin, Patricia .... 104,194,195,368 Harbison, Helen ............ 27,78,191, 262,352 Hardesty, Frank ................ 212,213 Hardin, ,reff .......... 15e,2o8,2o9,27o Hardy, George Jr. H aren, James ...........,.......... Harkins, Ernest Jr. Harman, Robert .... .................... Harms, Mary Ann Harrington, Preston .... 212,213 240 .......,..36,77,180 152,226,227 Harris, Aulton Jr. ...................... 208 Harris, Edward Jr. Harris, Keith ...... 244,-313, 339,341 31 959 Harris, Richard .......... . ......... ,- Harrison, Billy Joe .........,.......... 58 Harrison, Henry ..... Harsch, Sonia .............. 170,230,263 77,86,89,93, 94,191,263 Hart, Edward Jr. ...................... 274 Hart, Otto Edwin ...... Hartman, John .............. Hartman, Roger .,,....,..... Hartmann, Carolyn Hash, Edgar .............. . Haskell, Roy ......... Haskins, Sam .,.,............. Hatcher, Paul VV. ......... . 76,216,278 .....270,271 36,188,189 .......60,232 .....212,21:3 ............148 Hathaway, James D. ............ 46,275 Haught, Georgia Mae ,,..,....,...... 248 Hausenfleck, Charles ,... 54,134,226 267,271 Hauser, Don ....,,.,.....,................ 148 Hawkins, Larry .... 207,246,284,285 Hawkins, Richard .............,......,, 31 Haxton, Helen ..,... 168,188,248,282 Hay, John .................................. 269 Haycraft, James Richard .......... 274 Hayes, Paul .................,.............. 31 Hayes, Paula ...... .,......,...,,... I 36,188 Hayes, Robert .... .113,294,306,f Haymore, Lavell . ...................,. . Haynes, Robert Cz rlton Hays, Mary Frances 308 156 ,282 Haythorne, Ixaryl .......,........ 106,273 Hayward, John .,............ 56,271, 272 Hazel, YVilliam Martin ............,. 280 Hazen, Anne Rowe .......,........., 36 Headley, Gerald .,..,...... ..,.... 2 86 Heald, N. Dale ,....,, ........,. 9 7 Heald, Patsy ,..,..,.....................,. 282 Heard, Diana .........,.............. 62,248 Heath, YVallace Gordon .... 282,284 Heath, Shelley ..,.....,.., 166,192,249 277,313 Hebbeler, Edward ..........,..... 31,230 Hecht, Harry ....,.,...,..,.............. 214 Hedges, Junior ....,..................,.. 314 Hedrick, Joan ,..... 69,70,74,77,164, 186,187,263,273 Heffner, Philip .......................... 267 Hefner, Cecil Jr. .................. 97,227 Heirnerdinger, Carol .......... 191,277 Heisey, J. Richard ......... Helbig, Shirley ...,..,.,. ............. 3 14 Helms, Karen .,,....,. ........ 6 2,167 Hency, Susan ..,......................... 192 Henderson, Joseph ,.....,...,.,,...,.. 229 Henderson, Thomas David Jr...271 Henkel, John ..,.......................,... 212 Hennessy, Helen ,,.............. 267,286 Hennessey, Margaret .... 60,194,286 student index Hodge, Julie ........ 180,248,343,344 Hodges, Marilyn ..........,....... 92,191 Hodges, Roger ........,................. 258 Hoepker, Edgar Manuel .... 40,270 Hoey, James J. ................,....... 60,64 Hoffman, Mary Beth .,.......... 36,249 Hoffman, Nancy ......,.. .,....,... 1 80 Hoffman, Patricia ..... ........ 8 9,252 Hoffman, Ralph Jr. .........,.,,.,,.... 286 Hofmann, Bradford ............ 256,259 Holden, Joseph 1Vesley .... 271,278 Holladay, Gale ,............, 39,40,243, 265,266,270 Holladay, Spencer .............. 242,243 Hollensteiner, Robert .......,.. 31,228 Holley, Donald ,.....,..,,.,..,.. 116,259 Holman, Marshall ...... ,..,..,.,. 2 22 Holmes, Robert ................,,,,...,.. 158 Holsclaw, Douglas ..,....... 68,70.73, 206,263 Holsen, Eric ,,,,....... ,.,.,........ 2 55 Holt, Nathan .........,...,........ 46,275 Holt, Robert ,,.,..,....................... 204 Holter, Nancy Jo ..196,197,251,345 Hood, Kenneth ......,............. 116,121 Hooper, Herschel Vic ................ 142 Hopkins, Charles XVilliam .,.... 50 Hopkins, Robert Louis .,....,,.,,. 142, 212,213 Hopland, Norma ......,...,............. 184 Hutchinson, Robert Hutchinson, Richard ...... 44,98,100 Hutton, Wfinfield ...................... 281 Hux, John ,.,.........,.,., .,.,,.,,.,,,,.,,. 275 Hynes, Sharon .............. 44,190,191 Hynson. Margaret .....,........ 188,303 Hopper, June ........ ,........ 2 42,250 Hopps, David .,... ...,....,.,.. 2 18 Horst, Robert ............................ 97 Horwitz, Daniel .........,..56,271,272 Hosdowich, Joan Carol .,,, 266,277 I Icove, Irwin ,,................ 073,238,239 Iida, Florence .,.............,..,,........ 58 Imaizunii, Felix D. ..,...,..... 254,270 Imes, Charmian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,, 2 80 Ingersoll. Sally ...,.......... Intogna. Bernard Rober Irvin, Philip Lodge ........... Irwin, Kathryn Marie .,... 36,186,347 t ........,. 278 218,219 .188,189, 263,275 Isaacs, M. Jean ...... ....,.,.... 5 1,249 Isbell, Joan G. Iversen, Philip ............199.267 128,129 Islas, Oscar H. ....,,,..,.,.. 31, 130,132,254 ........70,156, 221,233 Ivey, Barbara ............................ 36 Ivey, Ernest F. .....,..................,. 264 Izard, John R. ..... 31 Jaaskelainen, Sandra Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Q ,- 19,199,335 Earl Thomas ,,,...,. 148,229 Erval ...,...,.....,.,.... Francia .,,.,., ,.,..... XVilliam B. .,.,...... . 31 251,286 .73,214. 215,274 Jackson, 1Villiam R. ..........,,...... 215 Jacobs, Colette ................ 82,89,184 Jacobs, Edward .,..,......,,.........,. 213 Jacobs, Richard ,...,..,...,,,.,.,,,,... 236 Hostetler, John .,....,...........,....... 270 Houck, John Davis ............ 218,246 Houck, Laurie .......................... 58 Hough, Sherrill ...,.. ......... 2 51,293 House, Drew ...................,.,.,,,,... 58 Houston, James ,......... 50.51,56,280 Howard, Eugene Lester .,..,..,,. 50 Howard, Jacqueline .................. 199 Howard, Marilyn .............. 188,189, 236,348 Howe, John Edwa1'd ................ 228 Howe, Judith Joyce .......... 169.196, 277,282 Howell, Robert ..........,. 129,130,257 Howsare, Jane ...,.... 60,62,76,79,92, 171,196,277, Jacobs, Robert ....... Jacobson, Eino .... 148,149.150,206 Jaeger. 1Valt .........,,,,,.,........ 40,258 James, Frances Marie .............. 248 James, Jimmy ..........,.,..,.,,,,,,.,,,, 265 James, Philip Richard ....,... 116,255 Jamison, Beatrice ................ 86,192 Jamison, Beryns .................... 86,192 Janisch, Gloria ....,....... 176,177,335 Jardine, Mary ..,. .,...,,..,.. 2 52,277 Janis, Jarrett ..,..................... 45,275 Jay, Janet Evelyn ...................... 268 Jenckes, Joseph ...... 76,105,218,219 Jenefsky, Howard ............ 22,67,259 Jongenell, Doris ....,..,..,.,.,,,,.,,.., 194 Jordan, XVilliam Jr. .... 31,68,70,72. 212,213,274 Jorgensen, Ann .....,,......... 86,92,196 Joscelyn, Austin ...........,,.,..,.,,.., 232 Judge, Charles .,.............,....,. 98,286 Judson, Robert Alexander .,.,..,. 203 Juliani, Gerald .,.............., .,,,,, 5 0 Junge, David August ...........,.... 232 Jutson, Truman .,....,.,,, ..,.,,,,, 2 40 k Kabel, Robert .,,,,.,............. 221,278 Kahn, Jay .........,,,,., ...,..,..,,,, 2 34 Kain, Sidney ......,,... 36,159 Kalb, Eleanor .,.................,.,,,,,., 79 Kamin, Aviva ,.,,,,,,,.,, 36,62,167,277 Kamps, Frank Richard .......,....., 275 Kang, Kwan Ho ..,...... Kaplan, Gerald ....... Karam, Jamalle ,,,. Karel, Henry ,.,,.,,,,,.. Karim, Shahjehan ..... Karman, Patricia Kartchner, Dean Kaufman, Beverly Kaufman, Taye ..,.., Kaye, XVendy ..,.... Kazy, Evelyn ...... Kearns, Colleen ..... Kearns, Stephen ..., Keating, Frank .,..... Keck, Thomas ......,,... Keddie, Douglas ........ Keeble, Margaret Keefe, Richard ,,,.... Keene, Kendall ..,,... Keevan, Patricia Keil, Robert .....,...,. Keiper, Robert .......,.,. Keith, Doris Arlene .. Keller, Jacqueline .... Kelley, Marjorie ......,. Kelley, Victor ......... ...40,259,270. 280,286 31 ....97,2:30,231 .........272,280 ........46,275 ......251,276 ..,,,,,,:31,278 ........92,281 .........285 176 .........256,270 266 215 fffQ2ili, ,..,.....275 36 ,Qffflf 98 .....,..50,196 286 282 ......,..224, ffflfflfffiss Kelliher, Thomas Jr. .... 70,113,218 Kellner, Peggy ..........., 44,104,268, Kelly, Robert Paul ..,.. Keltner, Robert Neil .. Kemmer Anne .......... Hensley, Gerald .............,...... 70,219 Hentges, Ann .............. 186,187,258 Herbet, Francis Jr. .................... 285 Herbst, Richard ............ 70,71,238, 246,341 Hermle, Roxana ...... ,................, 1 88 Hernandez, Raymond .............. 220 Herren, Julie ...................... 188,251 Herreras, Ana Marie .................. 62 Herron, James ..,......................... 216 Herron, Patricia ....., Hertel, Marianne ............ 61,62,171, ...,..,..268,286 -f 277,338,345 Hess, James Gordon Jr. ........ 58,271 Hess, Louis ................................ 271 Heyde, Marie Lindberg ....,.....,. 50 Hickerson, Lee .,..,.......,......... 56,98 Hickey, Maurice ......................., 274 Hicks, Hadley .... 144,148,216,246, 282,299,345 ,347 Hubbard, Margot ........ 182,183,268 Hubbard, Timothy ............ 222,223 Huber, Patricia Ann .,73,79,94,177 Huck, Mary Jean ...................... 27 Hudgins, Bobby .....,.................. 228 ,- Hudson, Arthur VVoodrow .,,.,... 211 Huebner, Margaret .............. 77,242 Hueftlien, Nadine ......,....... 277.310 Huggett, VVilma .... 62,252,277,3gg 1 Hu hes Carolyn g , . ------.---------- Hughes, James Creighton ..., 31,32. Jennings, Curtis ...,........ 16 Jennings, Terry . ,,,.. ,216,263 ,...,.27,240,282 Jensen, George .,..... ................ 1 92 Jensen, T. Duane ........,,.... 278,286 Jessop, Janice ........... ........ 3 6,196 Jewell, Charlotte ,........ .......... 1 67 Jewell, Henry Ernest ................ 97 Jimenez, Raymond .,............ 40,266 .J1I'O1l, Earllne ..,..,....,,.,.,,.,,. .......285 216,292 Joachim. Richard .............,.. - Joanou, George .... , ..........., 228 , .......,. 228 273,368 .........271,278 40 .......199 199,286 Kemmer6r, Katherine Kemmeries, Ken ......,........... 70,217 Kemp, Charles John ,.,......,.. 76,218 Joanou, Phil ....... 314,315,317 299,311,323 Higbey, Elizabeth ...,....,....,.,..,. 186 Higgins, Lawrence Patrick ...... 256 Hill, George .................. 45,218,275 Hill, Roger ................................ 31 Hill, Saranna ........ 176,177,310,350 Hillis, Sylvia ..........................,... 282 Hillock, Malcolm ................ 232,275 Hilt, Robert Charles .......,.. 255,293 Hineman, G. L. Jr. .,44,98,228,267 Hines, Leonard .......................... 38 Hines, Cherry ............ 184,251,317 Hines, Margaret ......,..............,.. 314 Hing, Holy ..............,,...,.... 259,286 Hinkle, Margie ,........... 36,196,197, 206,335,348 Himnan, Norman .............,..,..... 246 Hirsch, Frederick ............ 70,853,273 Hoag, Barbara Huntington..97,194 Hobart, Peter .,,,,.,.....,.,,.,,. 204,286 Hobbs, Stanley Neil ................ 259 Hooker, Richard Kelly,.202,203,246 Hodge, John Richard .......,,..,.,,, 232 203,274 John, Roberta .,..., ........ 2 2,199 Hughes, Jane ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,., 251,285 JOl1nS, Chester ...............,........,. 278 Hughes, Velma ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 50 Johnson, Beverly ..................,... 180 Hulmke, Louis F. ,....,.......... 44,100 Johnson, Charles .........,.. 31,228,229 Hulet, James Franis ,.......,... 266,270 Johnson, Clyde ....... ................ 3 6 Hull, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,..,, 31 Johnson, E. Peter ...................... 218 Hull, Carol ...,,........... 31,44,98,100, Johnson, Janice .......,...,....., 184.267 267,275,276 Johnson, Janna-Neen ................ 180 Hull, Patricia ........ 36,192,193,282, Johnson John W. ................ 67,263 Hulse, Beverly .......... 86,89,186,251 Humphrey, David Lee ..,.,... 73,258 Humphrey, Lois .,...................... 168 Humphrey, Shirley ........ 36.38.164 167,171,277.284 Huneck, Tecia ......,. 68,72,76,84,86, 184,185,200,263 Hunt, E. Sandel ................ 203,270 Hunt, Elizabeth .......... 167,186,277 Hunt, Ellen ,..,...... 251,282,314,344 Hunt, Grace .......... 250,272,276,284 Hunter, Eugene Arthur ..........., 36 Hunter, Paul Edward .......,..,... 218 Hunter, Priscilla Sue..71,92,166,192 Huntley, Della Ruth .................. 97 Hunziker, Bruce ................,,,..... 50 Hurley, David George ..,..... 64,158 Hurley, James .............. 58,212,213 Hutchinson, Ann ................ 188,277 Hutchinson, Helen .........,,. 191,335 Johnson, Norman ,.,. 70,206,263,274 Johnson, Phillip Wayne ..... .278,286 Kendrick, Charles .,....,.,,.. 271,272 Kendrick, Barton ......,........... 71,286 Kennedy, Carol ..,......... 36,183,202, 286,335 Kennedy, David Dean ...,.....,., 218 Kennedy, Frank ................,......, 219 Kennedy, Howard ....... ......... 2 70 Kennedy, Jac ,............. ...... 4 4,97 Kennedy, Jack Robin .............. 287 Kennedy, Janet .......................... 250 Kennedy, Richard .............. 156,341 Kennedy Kennedy, Kennelly, Xfvllllkllll A. .......... 54,271 William Clark .......... 271 Michael .....,.... 98,270,285 Kerber, Emajean ....,.........107,287 Kerns, Mabel Lois .............. 179,251 Kershner, Paul ........,,................ 152 Kesling, Pete ..., 51,92,2o4,2o5,259, 262.276,295,341,352 Kesseler, Nettie ............ 77,168,184 Kessner, David ................ 51,691,238 Key, Clela ........... Key, Kathleen ...... Keyes, James ....... Kezes, Elaine ,.......,. Kheepsie, Ernest ....,. .........,....70,2o2 .........44,86,184 .........203,246 .........250,284 Kielman, Leo L. . .,.....,,.............. 271 Killian, John ......,....................... 316 Kilpatrick, Beverly .... 31,68,72,164, 166,192,277 Kimberlin, Larry ............ 51,227,285 Kimmel, Hope .............. 86,198,199 ............86,88,89, Johnson, Ralph .................... 144,157 Johnson, Robert Lee .....,.......,.. 255 Johnson, Robert L. .........,.. 242,255 Johnson, Virginia ,..,...... 78,94,248, 323,347 Johnson, WVayne ........ ,....,....... 2 32 Johnston, G. Joan .................,.. 73,86 Jones, Bill S. .........,,...,....... 281,292 Jones, Buddy .,,..,..,.,.,,.... 218,270 Jones, Charles Jr. ................ 163,169 Jones, Clarine Elizabeth ,,.,.... 285 Jones, Claude Jr. ...................... 272 ones, James A. .......................... 97 1 Jones, John H. .................... 292,293 Jones, Larry ......,......... 284,285,324 Jones, Marie Louise ............ 37,186 Jones, Mary Sue .................. 79,249 Jones, Sargie ...... 5O,93,94,186,187, - 409 262,268,352 Kimmey, XVillia1n 114,260,274 Kinel, Rachel ............................ 284 Kinerk, Burt ............ 68,73,230,323 King, Harry Glenn ............ 258,266, 270,272 King, Tim ............... ............ 7 6 Laos, Charles .. ,.,........,........ 225,285 Kinkele. Jack .....,................ 254.274 Kinnea1', Edward .Y.............Y 228,229 Kinney, John ...... 27,68.90,254,273, 274,285,365,368 Kinnison, John ..,....................... 58 Kirby, Eugene .............,............ T31 Latta, Raymond 213 Kirby, Robert Kirkland, Jean ....,..................... 249 Klaa, Gerald ..., 31,60,216,217,278 Klausner, Karen ..........,......, 73.293 Kleespie. Dee .........Y.. ............. 5 8 Kleespies. Ernest .,........,.....,....... 214 Klein, John ,.,....,....,,.,....,, 31.33.221 Klein, Harriet Elaine 1 Klein, Margaret ..........w.,,,.., 89,186 Klein, Jarxis Richard .............,.. 271 Klenck, Michael ....,...,.. .......... 2 81 s t u d e n Lang, Martin ....,. 116,121,122,123, 126,228,229,263 Langer, Marion ,......... 198,199,275 Langley, Todd ....................,,..,, 274 Langston, Howard .......,...,........ 116 Lardie, Marilyn Jane .......... 86,177 Larrabure, NIC C. ....,,.......,.....,., 266 Larriva. Frank ,....,...,.. 31,S7,88,89, 233,275,275 Larriva, Nilo .,........ 31,70,158,212, 213,246,274,306 Larriva, Sylvia ..76,86,87,88,89,92 Klessig, Max .,.......... ..... I 31,60,63 Kline, Margaret ...., .........,. 3 6,282 Kline, Patricia ..........,,,,...... 248,282 Knaggc, M. Lucile ,i,,,. 27,227,268 286,284 Knappenberger. Thomas .......,.. 27 Knepper. Noreen Ruth .,.,..,.,..... 89 Knez, Mick .........i...,......,....,...... 275 Knickerbocker, Lawrence ........ 270 Knight, Helen Joan ....,.,. ..,.... 2 48 Knight, Phillip .........,.......,........ 60 Knisely, Richard ........................ 282 Knopp, 81711118111 F. .................... 81 Knorpp, Dorris .,........,, 191,277,282 Knott. Julia ............ 50,169.196,212. 277,323,348 Knox, Constance ....,,.............,.... 97 Knox, James Donald ...........,...... 271 Knudson, Duane Raymond 298,100 Knudsen, Margaret Ann .... 31,86, 89,177,275 Kobey, Monte ..........,.......,. 162,234 Koepke, Shirley ............ 250,282,286 Kohl, Bill .,,...,. 71,220,221,246,320 Kohler, Barbara ,... 86,191,313,345 Kohn, Richard .................... 234,278 Kolb, George .,........., 41,40,270,271 Kollman, Raymond L .....,... 31,41,80 Koonce, Mary Lou ..,,..,,.,,...,, 97,285 Kondora, Nick ....,....... 116,121,276 Korclsienion, Xvilliitlfl ,,,.,... 148,158, Kostoff, Sigrid .....,. Kovach, John .,.,.......,. 218,219,246 .........183, 282 31 Kraemer, Donnell ...,...,,,,... 249,335 Kramer, Robert Milton Jr ........... 274 Kratz, Joel ....,.........,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 252 Krause, Janet Louise ......,... 98,249 Krebs, Frederick ..........,. 54,213,271 Krelle, Gloria ,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 94 Kreyns, Stephen ........ ......, 5 8 Krinpotich, George ,.,, ,..,.,.... 5 1 Krogness, John M. .... ........,,.., 2 86 Kroll, Frederick .....,.. ..,,,, 2 44,258 Kroll, Rona Lee ........,,,..... 249,275 Kronen. Nancy Gail ............,...,, 248 Kroniek, Jonne ........ 86.89.2-19.282 Krueger, Joseph ....,.....,..,.. 271,278 Krug, Carolyn ..,,.,,......,,...., 251,272 Krumlauf, Harry Eugene '.,.. 270,278 Kuehlthau, Nancy .,.,,..,,..,...,,... 267 Kuhel, Roland ........ 64,116,121,122 Kuiper, Elizabeth ........ 9 Kuhns, Martin ..................,.., 44,267 7,192,273 Kulp, 1Villis ...,.....,..,,..,.....,......... 205 275 Kunz, Donald ,,,...,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Kunze, Patricia ..77,79,192,193,263 Kupper, Henry ........,,...,..,,.. 222,258 Kurn, Neal i,,......... 71,151, 239,263,284 Kurtz, 801111121111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48,271 Kuse, Kathleen ..79,86,l88,251,298 162,238, Kussrow, NVayne ...i,...,,.,.... 224,246 Kyman, Alan ...............,..,,,.,, 46,275 LaBclle, James .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 246 Ladd, Thomas .......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 274 Lafferty, Ed .... 64,148,150,219,276 Laidlaw, Donald ...,.... 148,156,285 Lamar, Barbara Ann ......,..... 31,275 Lamb, VVarren .....,........ 81,210,211, 217,282 Landay, Peter ....,,..........,,.... 60,278 Lander, Clifton Percy Jr ......... 275 Lane, Joe ..........................,.......,. 282 Larson, Carl F. Jr. ......,.... . Larson, Marilyn Larson, Robert .....,... Lash, Lorna Sue Lathers, Virginia Ann Laubscher, Joan Lauer, Susan ..,...,.,. 98 177,338 1.167.287 Q50 280 "5r5IE1s Latorre, Bob ................ 240,241,315 Laughlin, Larry ............... Laverty, Sara ................, Lawrason, Mary Ann .... 36,16-1,165, 166,184,185,277 Lawrence, Morgan .... Lawrenson, Raymond Lawson, Andrew ..,........... Lawson, Marilyn .............. Lawson, XVillia1n ..148,149,161,206 Lawton, Thomas ..........,.. Layton, Donald ..........,,.. Lazovich. Edith ......,...... 1.284286 ......,,,,275 45 , ..,,.. 78,92 ..........269 221 67 ififfff194 ,..270,282 ..........271 .....45,275 Lazovich, Eli ...... 129,130,131,132, 133,136137,138,139 140,144, 146,206,258 Leakey, Joseph Leary, Catherine ............. Lederer, Eugene .....5O,219 276 ...,,:32,274 ..,251, Ledesma, Javier . .....,,,., 268 Lee, Arthur .,.... .,..................,., 2 13 Lee, Caroline ..........,................. 188 Lee, Don .,.,.......... 64,144,145,147. 157,206,259 Lee, Nancy ......................,... 168,277 Lee, Samuel Ray ...,,.... 256.278 Lee, Shirley-Mae ........ 28,191 Lee, Thomas ,,,,,,,,, ,...,.,. 4 0,270 Leece, Florence ..,.,.... , ..... 36,192 Lee-Shing, Virginia ,................. 277 Lefeburc, Marcia .....,...........,..,. 187 Leftault, Charles ........ 50,72,74,68, 216,217,262,352 Legel, Delbert ....,........,,,, Leibon, Howard ...,,.,,...... Leigh, Edward ...... Leinweber, Ruth .............. Leitch, Ronald ................ Leitsch, Henry Darrel 40,270 275 .....50,286 97 205 .,.,.64,285 2' 222 .....-92, Lennon, Bernard .....,,....., Leo, Anne Marie .,,...,....... Leonard Charles .......... 54,230,258 Leonard, David ...... 271,276 ...,,,....100 ..........199 Leong, Ettie .......,,,...,,..... Leopold, Marilyn ,..,.,...,., 51,88,180. 268,273 ....,.....258 Lerch, Robert ....,............, Leslie, George Robertson Jr. ,... 271 Lester, YVilliain , ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 9,267 Leverant, Barry .............. 275 235 Levi, Patricia .................. Leykowitz. Jack ,... 51.68,70,87,234, 262,278,352 Leyy, Sliiela .,,,........................,. 86 Lewis, Beverly ,.....,,.........,., 113,196 Lewis, Bruce ........ 32,118,121,122, 125,228,274 Lewis, Ernest CBuddyJ .... 115,120, 121,122,124, 148,159,229 Lewis, VVilliam .................,.. 86,286 Leyland, Alice ...... 76,180,263,277 Libey, John ..,..,,.,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 269 Licoma, Hector ....,.......,. Liebenguth, Catherine .... Liebermann, Dolores ...... Liebhaber, Milton ........... Liesch, James ....,,.....,......, Liggett, Patricia ..,...,.,.... Lilley, Richard ...... Lim, Lawrence .78,79,191 .,.,.....,270 ..........252 ..........272 .....71,238 ...218,219 ..........23O 40 I' index Lincoln, Dwight ..,...,................. 213 Linderman, Bill .....,.....,..,,..,..... 282 Lindmoe, Jan ..........,, 196,285,314 315,342,344 Lindner, Glenn E. .,......,...,. 116,206 Lindquist, Patricia Gail .,........ 187, 248,277 Lindstrom, Margaret .... 36,86,169, 184,268,277 Linner, Marvin Eric ,.,.....,... 46,275 Linthacuin, Helen Elizabeth .... 58 Little, James G. ......................,. 286 Little, James T. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.. 214 Livingston, Leland .............. 84,217 Lockett, YVilliam .................. 36,105 Lockhart, Larry Harold .... 257,295 Lockledge, Jack .......,..,,.. 51,97,210, archa .,....., Loftfield, Roger Loftfield, Shirley ..... Loe. M 211 ,217 ......197,275 ist-5' ,25 1 Lohman, Mary ....,,.,,........... 195 Lohr, Donald ..... ........ 5 4,221,271 Loineli, Ramon ...... ..............,. 1 56 Long, Jereth .,,,.., ........ 5 14,180,252 Longan, George ,....................... 230 Loome, Eugene ........................ 285 Loose, Patricia ..62,77,168,251,276 Lopez, Helen ...................,........ 250 Lopez, Joe ..........,....................... 270 Lopez. Laura .,.,,... 51,250,280,276 Lopez. Manuel tKoyol..86,89,208 Lopez, Pat ..,......,..,.,................. 101 Lorance, Gerald ........................ 241 Lorang, Joseph .................. 276,258 Lothrop, Evelyn ...,..,................. 314 Lotspiech, Graham Alden ........ 213 187 Lott, Carolin ...,.....,............,....... Lott, Karen ,.,..,,............. 86,181,224 Loucks, Elizabeth ...............,.... 37 Love, Jay William .............,...... 257 Lowden, Frank Robert ..,,.. 97,230 Lowe, Ann ............,. 37,167,185,275 Love, Robert .....,.................. 40,233 Lowry, Lou Ann ...,..,............... 249 Lucas, Donna ...,..., 32,197,268.275 Luce, Richard ...,........................ 233 Ludwig, Paul Earnest .............. 97 Luellig, Martha Bertha ,.......... .251 Lundstorm, Nancy ....,, 86,170,177, 251,277 Lundstrom, R. Jon .................... 205 Luppino, Art . ,,... 116,119,120,122, 123,124 Lutich, Baldo ..,..... 46,159,160,275 Lutieh, Kathryn ..........,...., 252,285 Lynch, Edwin ..... ....... 9 7,148,230 Lytle, Janet Sue ....... ........ 9 4,249 In Mabee, Robert George ..,,,, 100,267 Maca, Paul ....................,. 39,411,208 MacArthur, Arthur Curtis .....,.. 269 230 MacDonald, Lewis ,.,................. MacDonald. M. Jeanette .......... 187 MacDorman, Carroll , ............. 5 1,56 MacGregor, David ............ 158,257 Macias, Manuel ........................ 285 Mac-Kay, Halene .................. 37,193 Mackison, Dorothy Lynn ..252,272 MacMillan, Georgia ........,... 97,282 Maddigan, Jean ,..,,..,.... 37,188, Maddox, Donna .......... 184,185,275 Maddox, F. Robert ...... 230,231,263 Madrid, Alexander .....,.............. 258 Magnusson, James ..,......... 116. 229,255 Maguire. Patrick 286 228, 275 Mailloux, Daryl .............. 71,92,195, 263,285 o, Joe ......., .............,....,, 2 05 Watson .......................... 258 Mainell Major, Maker, Patricia ...... 94,197,249,347 Malan, Harrison Bernard ........ 37 97 Malinsky, Sally .......,......,.,......... Malinsky, Philip ,........,....., 151,275 Mallas, George ....... .....,,...... 2 54 Mailers, Robert ....... .....,.... 2 14 Mallery, Garnet .....,.................. 267 Mallery, Harold ........................ 267 Malone, Charles .......... 227,282,285 Malone, Joan ............................ 51 Malone, Meredith ....,................. 184 -410- Malone, Shirley ....,..................... 183 Maloof, Helen .............,.............. 169 Maloy, Owen ........ 51 ,208,209,227, 264,265,266 Malsh, VV1ll1am ..........,.............,, 275 M anchee, Vincent ................ 32,217 Mancuso, WVayne ..... .116,12O,122, 123,125 Mandel, Lois ................ 97,179,847 Mandelbaum, VVilliam ..,........... 28 Manfredi, Carl ..88,89,273,814,315 Manker, Mary Ann ,.......,...,, 39,79, 180,251 Manley, Lee ......,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 270 Mann, Stuart Evan ,,,,,,,,,,,, 234,235 Manson, Tom ...........,....,..... 27,324 Mansour, Adele ........................ 252 Mansour, Lillian Marie ............ 285 Manzano. Carlos ...................... 54 March, Janet ..,..... 251,317,323,347 Marcus, Bernard ..................,... 266 Mariscal, George ............ 45,416,275 Markey, Lynne ................,......... 251 Marks, Arnold ............................ 213 Marks, Bobbie Jean .......,., 248,280 Marqnardt, Phil ,.,,,..,.,...,.......... 64 Marquart, John ........................,. 278 Marques, Edward C. Jr ............. 278 Marra, Alphonse ...................... 58 Marsh, Marilyn .,...,............ 187,207 Marsh, Virginia ,...,....... 76,195,277 Marshall, William Scott ,.,....,.... 274 Marshick, Allan ...,,....... 41,154,270 Marshick, Ferol ....,.,................. 62 Martin, James .... ........ 5 8,221 Martin, Kay ,......................... 89,177 Martin, LaV0n ,.,............... 249,273 Martin, Martha .......,.,................ 62 Martin, Nancy .... 69,93,94,187,263 Martin, Paul ....,,.................,...... 58 Martin, Virginia .......... 37,164,166, 193,277 Martinsen, Arlene ...... ...,......... 2 50 Martinsen, Arlette .........,............ 250 Martyn, Gwendolyn .....,.,.... 196,277 Martyn, Teta ......,................. 71,197 Martz. Henrietta .......... 71,187,200 Martz, Vernon ....... ......... 2 70,271 Marx, Peter ............ Marxer, Dean ............... ........., 2 14 Masching, Dorothy ......,............. 268 Masley, Dolores ........,............... 252 Mason, John ...........,..........,.....-- 258 Mason, Kay .,.. 37,192,193,200,295, 303,307,336,338 Mason, Michelle .... 68,73,113,192, 193,252,2e3, 29:3,294,346,348 Mason, Peggy .,.......................... 89 Massaro, Philip ............,........... 54 Massoglia, Mikel .................. 86,184 Masters, Robert ....., .,....... 2 44,246 Mates. Richard ....... Mather, Carol ..... Matlock, Don ..,.. ....... 7 0,222,295 Matlock, John .............. 264,266,282 Matteson, Matthews, Jean Elizabeth.. Matthews, John B. Jr. Jean .......................... 1959 ......180. 282,346 ........284,286 Matthews, Nancy Ann ........ 70,286 Mattingly, Vincent ........ 41,270,271 Mattox, Don .............................. 97 106 948 Mattson, Shirley Lee Matty, Henry B. Jr. Maurer, Gaylord ........ Maxwell, Neil ........ May, Aroline ..... Mayer, Peter Mayfield, Lee ..... 51 ..,....214 056,271 ..,....180 217 270 ..........2 , Mayle, Carol . ,.,........... ............... 3 49 214 246 McAllister, Carroll 134,- , , 263,313,340 McAllister, Patricia ..............,... 97 McAnally, Richard ............ 144,275 McArthur, Patricia ............ 250,276 Mc-Canne, Mary ....... ........ 7 6,249 McCarthy, Kay .......... ......... 1 S7 McCartney, Lois ...................... 180 McCaslin, Dick ...........,...... 162228 McCauslan, Donald McCaughlin, Don ...... ............257:274 - McConnell, Beverly Joy ............ 215 McConnell, Janice .......... ,...., 4 4,267 McCormick, Bill .,........ 64,116,123, 150,255 McCormick, VVilliam ..122,123,125, 126,148,149, 150,229,257 McCrav, Ernest .....,....,.,.,.,. 51,266 McCurdy, Robert McCurnin, XVil1iam McDaniel, Theodore McDonald, Dick .... McDonald, John McDowell, Shirley McElrath, Stanley . McEver, Mary Ellen McEwen, Paul ........ McFadden, Gene McFarland, Bonnye McGarry, Joseph ..... McGeorge, John ..... McGowan, Mary Jo McGrael, John ...... n .152,213,257 ,.........70,217 70 .....,..,...242,243 , ..,.,.,... 285 , ,,..... 205,233 269,278,287 ,66,68,71,79, 192,193,263, 318,333,335 ....51,88,84,92, 184,185,273 32,208 McGregor, Mary Jean ,....... 76,164, 192,193,277,299 McGregor, Michael ,4,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,, 217 McHugh, Susan ..,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 90,273 Mcllvain, Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 193,248 Mclntosh, Gail ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 37,338 McKay, Elizabeth .... 37,88,180,273 McKee, Barbara .,.,,,,,,,,,,, 44,863,197 McKee, Rodney ....,,..,,......,.,. 41,270 McKenna, Donald 151,231,246,272 McKenna, Thomas ............,.,...., 285 McLarry, Anne ........ 86,92,195,251 McLaughlin, Brian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 221 McLaughlin, Sandra .... 196,197,277 McLean, Leslie ...... 98,244,256,267 McLean, Ronald ..,..,..,,,,,,,,,, 41,142 Mc-Lernon, Roberta ,,.... 37,71,164, 184,185,268,277 McMu.llan, Hugh Jr. .... 144,146,206 McMullen, Eileen ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. 89,285 McNabb, Robert ,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 7:3 McNair, Harold ........ 66,68,70,216, 217,233,266 McNeil, Barbara ,..............,.. 97,251 McNulty, Mary Lynn ...,....,,,, 77,97 McPeak, Patricia , .............., 166,184 student Miller, Carmi ..... ....... 2 70 Miller, Carole ,.,...,.......,.,........... 248 Miller, Clarence ..........,,......., 41,241 Miller, Jerry Dean ..70,222,246,293 Miller, John F. ............ 28,228,278 Miller, John .....,...........,.,,.,.....,. 70 Miller, Karen .................. 52,79,196, 197,200,263 Miller, Lowell ..,...,............. 265.272 Miller, Lynne ..............,.....,,.,.,.. 177 Miller Patricia ..............,..,.... 94,191 Miller: Rosemary Katherine. 188.249 Miller, WV1n1fred ,...........,.,......,,, 285 184 Milhsack, Carol .................... 28, Mills, J Mills J ames Gordon ................ 278 , ohn ..................,. 64,148,350 Mills, Larry .............................,.. 275 Mills, Mary Ann .,...., ..,.......... 2 48 Mills, Richard Roy ........,.........,. 97 Miner, Paul .................. 73,214,246 Mingle, Charles .........,,....... 271,272 Minkler, Jan ....... ......i, 5 1,208,209 Minor, Dorthea ..,., ..,......... 5 0,249 Minter, Norman .................. 58,286 Mishefske, XVilliam .... 116,206,255 Mitchell, Anis ..........,,..,....,.....,.. 275 Mitchell, Arleen ....,,.,..,,...... 198,199 Mitchell, Barbara ..,,.. 68,72,78,79. 166,192,193,325,346 Mitchell, Beryl ..........,.,....... 37.187 Mitchell, Carolyn ...,,... Mitchell, Daisy ............ Donald ....,... Glee ...... 71 Mitchell, Henry ..,....,.,, Mitchell, James Henry Richard ,,....i. Mitten, Virginia ........... Modell, Richard ......... Mitchell, Mitchell, M itchell. ....51,97,193 ,78,79.86.187 .........41,270 ...,.....,....270 ......,..,.18,86 .32,69,7-1.87. index ,...,.188,189 Moss, Marijane .... Moss, Thomas ,..,.,.. Mounes, Sylvan ..,.,., Mountjoy, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mouritsen, Richard ........... 222 230,278 ...97,267 168 Mowen, Gail Earl ...,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,s Moyer, Ann .... 77,78,79,86,2-18,276 Moyer, Jane .,..,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 286 Moyer, Harold .....,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 258 Muilenburg, James .,....,,,,..,, 32,228 Mulchay, James .,......,,..,. 70,76,114, 323,363 Mull, Ondalyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 252 Mullen, Theodore ........,,.,,,,, 51 ,266 Mulvihill, Sheila ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 48 Munch, Betty ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 50 Munch, Janet ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 88,335 Munch, Mona ........., 32,78,250,262, 313,325,362 Munch, Phyllis ,.,..,,,,,,, 250,282,325 Mundinger, Paul Richard ,....,., 213 285 M unneke, Janice ,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Munro, Marianne ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2.19 188 Munson, Nancy Anne ,... .... 1 68, Murdock, Marilyn ...l,.,. 188,189,251 Noe, NVilliam Jay Nolan, Matthew Noon, George .,......,... 213 148,158.161, 212,213,256 Noon, Zenas B. ......,.......i.,i,,...,,, 213 Noonan, Ardis . ...... 184,251,277 Noonan, Thomas ,.,,.. 27,28,70,134, 222.223,246,282,315 Nordmeyer, Geraldine ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 199 246 Norkin, Murray ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,, 238, Norman, Marilyn ...,.. ,,,...,,., 2 52 Norman, YVilliam ......... .,i.i,l 2 86 Norrington, Arline ,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,, 248 Norris, Robert ....,.......,.,.....,,,,,,,, 275 Novak, Howard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70,221 Novick, David ........ 70,238,246,271 Nowell, Joe Ann .,....,................. 280 Nuckolls, Donald Ray .............. 37 Nutting, Sue ....,............... 79,86,89, 92,94,97,177 0 Oakley, Benedict .....,............,.., 154 Oboryshko, John ..,.......,...,,.. 51,320 Obregon, Lena ,............. 36,274,275 O'Brien, Mary Patricia .............. 187 Mure. John .......................... 156,285 Murphey, Norman ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 71 Murphey, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 4.1 Murphy, Clydell .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A, 97 Murphy, Gay ...............,...,,, 252,277 Murphy, Jerry B. ,,,...........,.., 64,148 Murphy, Jerry R. ,,....., 160,270,278 Murphy, John .,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 219 Murphy, Lewis ..,. 105,230,278,368 Murphy, Louise ..79,92,97,195,248 Murphy, Patricia .,...... 195,285,286 Murphy, Richard ......,. 156,244,253 Murphy, Ross B. Jr .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 271 Murphy, Thomas Joseph ,,,,,.,,,,,, 246 88,234,274 Modrall, Gordon ..152,154,230,257 Moe, Richard ......,...,............. 70,89 51 Mogerman, Stanley Mohney, Leonel .....,.. Molina, Joe ....,......,....,............... 285 Molohon, Michael .....,........ 258,278 Mommsen, Jack ..,.,....,.......,....,, 271 Monier, David CLarryJ .... 157,206 Monier, Philip ..........,, 37,148,152. 156,159 Monk, Stephene ............ 94,191,321 Meads, Betty .......,.. McRae, Don .,., 28,242,259,269,297 McRae, Neil ..242,243,259,269,297 McRae, Rey ................ 242,259,297 McRae, Stanley .... 242,259,263,415 McSpadden, Einily .,,,,,,,,,,,, McSparron, Laramie 62 184 185 Mcsparron, Marion .....,...... 1663184 McVay, Erdean ....... McVVenie, Fred ..,..... ......217,350 ............282,285 Overpeck, Gail .......,.,.. 70,86,89, Medigovich, Danilo Meeker, Dzfvid ..44,96,100,207,267 Meenan, Keith ,...,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 160,162 Mehr, Walter .,.,.,.......,,,,,,,,,,, 89,278 Meier, S. Arthur .................. 41,271 Meitz, Robert ....,...,......,..,, 258,269 Mellekas, John .,., 116,122,123,255 Mendoza, Richard .................... 271 Menhennet, John .... 32,228,274,278 Mensch, Eleanor ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,. 44,267 Merle, John .......,....,,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 281 Mernagh, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 270 Merritt, Bette Busse ,... 104,273,368 Merritt, John ..........,.........., 203,246 Merritt, Ray ........................ 105,213 Mershon, Robert Jean .............. 272 Mertz, Rosalie ,...............,. ....... 1 87 Metz, Dean ................................ 142 Meyer, Michael .................. 106,213 Meyer, Wayne .......,..,.., 70,204,205, 274,317 Meyers, Don ..............,.,,.,,...,.,.., 228 Meyers, Kathryn ...... 79,92,177,251 Michelbach, Albert .......l............ 148 Michie, Joe ,..,...........,.... 73,210,211 Micke, Kathleen ...............,.. 78,248 Midgard, Arne Jr. ..... .........,.,., 2 70 Mielke, Mark ...................... 205,278 Miller, Ann Dean ....,......,......,,.. 78 Miller, Barbara .............,,.,........, 197 Miller, Carl .......... 242,259,263,269 Montano, Humberto ..............,,, 285 Monte, Clifford .......,................,, 209 Montgomery, Harold .......,...,..., 32 Montgomery, Johnny Ray ..,,.... 148 Monty, Jim ..............................,. 161 Moody, James ......,....,...... ....... 2 09 Moody, Nancy .......................... 183 Moore, Burton Elmer ........ 257,275 Moore, Clelan ...,........................ 230 Moore, Donna Kay ............ 187,251 Moore, Elizabeth ........., 37,190,191 Moore, John .......... 187 Moore, Harolyn .............. 36,37, Moore, Mark Jr, ,.,.....,...,... 244,256 Moore, Patricia Ann ...............,., 251 Moore, Robert George ..97,217,219 Moore an Robert 275 78 m , .,........,......... - Moraga, Francisco ,...., 144,147,2 Murphy, Thomas WVilliam ........ 221 Murray, Anita Lois .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 285 Murray, Anne .....,...,........ 90,92,273 Murray, Joseph ...... 54.233,246,271 Mustapha, Hashim ,,,.,,,.,,,, 280,285 Myers, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Myers, Janice ....,....,,,.,.,.,,, 248,282 144,157,263 Myers, Lee ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 52 Myhro, Judith ....,,. Nabours, Robert B. N adler, Nash, Marlene ,.... 217 51 Harry ....,.....,....... , ,.., .,,. , Navarro, Manuel ...,,............, 56,271 Naujoks, Nancy ........ 68,73,97,192, 193,263,323,324,345 Nebeker, VV1ll1am ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 275 Needham, Theodore .........,,.,,,,,, 236 Neeley, Gary ...,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 209 Negrette, Robert ...,.... 255,233,246, 285,341 Nelson, David ........,.,.,,,,,,,,., 41,266 Nelson, Fargo ......,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 233 Nelson, Nancy .,.... 78,176,177,224, 251,346,349 Nelson, Robert ........,..,,.,,...,.,,,,. 41 Nelson, Ronald .............,.,.......,,. 37 Nemec, Herbert ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 256 Nerdrum, Jack .,..,. 148,230,231,282 Morales, Apolino .,.............. 270,278 Morales, Manuel .....................,., 46 Morales, Oscar ....................,,.... 267 Moran, Joan ...... 66,68,184,185,262, 268,273,322,353 O,Bryan, Frank ..........,.,....... 70,213 O'Connell, Michael ............ 73,233, 246,294 O,Connor, Helen Diane ..,, 193,299 Oder, John ................,......,...,..., 258 O'Donald, XVilliam Jr ................. 142 Odum, Shirley .....,........ 86,181,251 O'Grady, Russell .....,................ 231 Olander, Jeanette ....., ....,....,,.. 1 99 Oliver, Bernard ..,.. ....,........... 9 8 Oliver, Dorothy ........,...,. 37,164,170 Oliver, Loren ..,....,., 32,70,144,156, 158,2:30,2:31,353 Ollason, Larry ...........,.......... 46,275 Olney, Gerald ...................,........ 209 Olshansky, Lorraine ..........., 86,178 Olson, Diane ....,..,.,.............. 92,249 Olson, Kenneth ,.,....,................ 28 Olson, Laurence .....,.,.... 41,265,270 Olson, Marianne ........................ 37 Olson, Philip ..,..................... 51,214 Olson, Robert VVallace ..........,, 97 Olver Leslie ,.,..................... 98 226 O,Neill, Jima .,79,198,199,251Z285 omg, Joseph .....,.......,..,. 22,264,269 Oosterveen, Ernest Jr. ..,.,...64,130, 244,259 Oppenheimer, James .,,....... 232,219 Ormand, Lowell ....,.,. Orr, Charles Thomas . Orr, Jacqueline ..,......,. Ortega, Esther ..,....,... Ortega, Ramon .....,.... ........286,287 ., ,..,...... 177 ., ...,...... 285 ..........60,285 Orth, Elaine Dorothea ........ 275,286 Osborne, John Noel . Oscarson, Karlen ,,.,...,. Oskin, Hilbert Edgar . 51 Otis, Marcia .......,.................. 86,189 Ott, Charlie ...........,,... Oury, Robert ....... ,..,....,.. ..., .. ........11-4,152 205,274 Over, Frank .,...,,... 32,84,86,92,254, Netherton, VVilliam ....,......,...,,, 275 Neville, John ....................,.,...,, 98 Oviedo, Elias .... Oviedo, Joaquin 273,274,286 177 98 Morden, Robert .......................... 217 Moreno, Claralee .....,.......... 199,277 Morgan, Marilyn ...... ........ 8 6,191 Morgan, Stanley ,.,..,. ........,. 2 33 Morgen, Sidney ....... ......, 5 8 Neville, William ...,,., ,,,,,,, 3 2 Nevius, Fred .,..,,....,... .,..... 1 48 Newcomer, John ....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 13 Newell, Stirley ,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 184 N ewhall, Richard .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 227 Newhn, Alice ....,........... 51,194,195 Nichols, Landon .... 98,106,202,203 Morovnes, Ralph ........... .,,......, 2 75 Morris, Ann .......................,..,..... 195 Morris, Elizabeth Ann ...... 193,251, 292,293,325 Morris, John James ...,,,,,.,., 214,215 Morris, Mary Kay .... 28,61,62,109, 277,299 Morrison, Bruce ........ 32,64,156,238 Morrow, Henry Taylor ........,,,. 275 Morrow, Martha ...................,..,. 251 Morse, Monica .......... 73,86,94,191 Mortenson, Nadine .................. 286 Morton, June Lorraine ....,......... 248 Morton, Robert ............,... .,.,,,, 2 28 -411 Nichols, Myron .,,.....,,., 148,159,259 Nicholson, Helen ...,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 Nickerson, Frances ...... 79,242,249 Nickerson, Helen .............. 249,415 Nickerson, Jeanne Nichaus, Norman ...., Nielsen, Donald .,,..,. Nielsen, Franklin ..... .......,..286 .,.,.,,265 58 Nietert, Floyd ............... ....... 2 75 Nimbkar, Bon Behari ....,. ....... 2 80 Nimbkar, Jayanti ...,.........,.....,., 280 Ninde, Henry .... .................. 6 0,253 Nitchy, Cecelia Margaret .......... 249 Noble, Barbara .............. 32,176,177 Noble, Chloe ............,......... 250,313 Owen, Courtney ,.,,., .......... 2 69,278 Owen, Mark ................ 116.230.2531 Owen, Mary .....,. .,,................ 1 89 Owen, Paul ......,...,. ................ 2 85 Owen, Stephanie .,.................... 187 Owens, Melvin .,..............,......... 275 Owens, Robert .......... 45,46,242,275 P Packare, Rose ............................ 251 Padgett, Ben ........,,,.,........... 265,275 Pagan, Peggy Aline ................,. 285 Page, Harry Glenn ....... .......... 5 8 Paige, LeRoy .....,...... ....... 3 15 Pakozdi, Gene .....,.. Paller, Gerald ..., ..........221 .,......71,234 Palm, Lois .............. ........ 1 6,282 Palmer, Chester ...... ............. 7 6 Palmer, Jean ........................ 86 193 Palmer, Mortimer ............ 27,28,258 Palser, Gladys ........ 228 Roth, john Grant ....,,.....,.,...,.... 233 Preskar, Robert ......,...,, Radcliffe. Dallas ,,,,,,,. Schildmeyer, Frederic L.. Parc, Madeline ,.........,,.... ,...,.,,, 2 66 Parc. Margaret ..........,,.,,.,,,, 51.266 Park, Carol ....,,..,.,..,,,., 259,271,272 Park, joseph Franklin .,,.. ,.,.,... 2 80 Park, Louise ,,., ,,,,,,,A...,........, F 17,183 Parker. Barbara .,...... 87,88,89,2-18. 276,346,349 Parker, Martha ,... ,, ,......,.. 28,177 Parker, Richard .,.... .,.......... 9 18 Parker, Robert ..... ,......,, 2 70 Parker. 1Vayne ,,,,,,.. ,,.,.,,,,,,, 4 15 Parkman, Rosalie ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 171,199 Parnell, Thomas ,.... 51,218,219 Parry, Roberta ,,,..,...., ,,,, 7 9,855,189 Parsons, jack , .. ,,....,. 89.1-18.149, 230,231,278 Patania, Sylvia ,,,,. ..,......,....,,,, 2 73 Pateman, Ralph ,,,.,,,. J atriek, james ,............ ..,......,..... 292 275 270 98 242 205 231 7si,s6Q19:3 256,269 1 Patterson, Patricia ......,.,,.. 251 Patterson, Catherine ...,,.,,........., 270 Patterson. Ct-il Robert .... 39,41,271 Patterson, jerry .,., ..,.. 2 30,231,263 Pattison, Barbara ..86,89,92,94,191 Paul, Selma ,,,, .....,..,....,,,,.,..,,,, . Paull, Nona ,...,,........ 86,89,187.344 Paulsell, Robert .........,..,,,,.,,,,,,,.. - Paulsen, jane ,...,,,,,,..,, 194,267,270 Payne. john ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, . Payne, Karen .,,,, . ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, . Payne. Keith ,,,, ,,..... . ,,,,. . Payne, Sidney .,.. ....., . Peabody, Richard .,...,.,.. ..... 5 17 Peachey. Donna ..,.,. ..,, Pearce, llenry ,,...,.., .,,,,,, . Pearson, Benjamin .,,,, Pearson, Virginia ..... ...ffiii-ii Pederson, Currie ....,,,...,.,,,,..,.,,, Peek, joseph ...,,,,,, ,,,.,, Peel, Anne .......... 275 .248 231 44,100,221 79,176,177 219 249 Peel, Larry ..., ,,.,. Peeree, joy ,,,, ,,,,, ,.,,,, . 1 78 Pegler, Bill .,..,,.,,.,,,,,., Pellerito, Vincent Penterman, Lester ......,,.205 .........144 250 Perea. Manuel ...................,....,. Perkins, Beverly ..., 68,86,92,93, 197,263,273,323 196, Perrin, David ,.....,..........,.....,... 285 Perry, Charles ............,,..,.. . 32 Perry, Clay ..,, ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 2 24 Perry, jan ......, ...,., 7 0,76,78,197 Perry, julie ,,,, ,,,,,.,.,.,,,, 1 93 Perry, Lee .,...........,.,..,....,.i 218,219 Perry, Roger .,.,,., ....,,,,,,,,.,.i.. 4 5,46 Perry, NVilliam ..,,,, 151.162,228.317 231 Pesqueira, Robert .,,,,,,...,.,..,..,... 179, Pessin, Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,... 10,1 18, 252,287,335 Peters, Perry ,,,, 51.89,225,246,273 Peters, Rowan ,,,.,.,.,,,,...........,..,, 221 Peterson, Beverly .,..............,, 62,168 Peterson, Howard ....,,....,,,.....,,.. 275 Peterson, Nancy ............, 51,77,l83 Peterson, Ralph ....,..,....,,.,.. 156,217 Peterson, Russell ...,,... 44.51,98,l00 Petren, Ann .,.., ,,.., .,.. ........, I 3 2 ,250 Pfenninger, Ken ,. ,.,,... 148,158,257 Pfister, jack ,,,.,,,... .......,... 2 37,271 Phillips, Cecilia .. . ,.,........,....,. , 28 Phillips, George .... ,....,,...,....,. 2 33 Phillips, james ..,.,, 70,208,209.233 Phillips, Leon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 271 Phillips, Robert ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 8 6 Philp, john ,,,,, 97.202.203.284.285 Phipps, lfrecleriek ..., ,,,.,.....,..,,,, 5 6 Piatt, Suzibell ....,.......,....,...,.,, 218 Picard. Albert , ,,,..... ., ,.... 41 Piecirilli, Dominic ,..,.. ,..,., 5 1 275 Pierce, janice ..... Pierce, jo Anne 1 .....,.,.187 ., ....,.... 315 Pierce, Kyle ..,,,,,. ......... 2 68 Pierson. joe .... .,,,,.....,. 2 69 Pilarzyk, john .,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,.,, 116,255 Pill, 1Villiam ,,,,.., Pirtle, Robert ........ 257,266,275,302 Pittenger. Ann ....,, 192,193.263,306 Pitrofsky, joseph ,...,....,...... 222,223 Pitt, Donald .,,,...,......,...,...,.....,... 275 Pitts, Marvin ....... ..,............... 2 53 Pitts, Ralston ,,,,,,,...,.....,,,.,... 98,267 Pitts, NVilliam .,....,.,..,,, Pogue, Billy 156,157,276 51 student index Pollard, Beverly .,........ Polley. Adrienne .,,,,,,.,. Pool. Mary Francis ..,,, Pooler, Richard ,.......... Poorman, Don , ..,.,, . Pope, Lawrence . Porter, Barbara ..... Porter, Earl ,...,.,.,.,....... Porterfield, Alice ,,,,,,, , Poteet. Edward ..,.,,,,,,, 276,250,347 ......,,.51.181 71,226.227. 246.289 113 177 100 262,189,251 ...,...134.209 Potter, Mel .,... ,.... 2 30.282,314,315 Potter, Sheldon jr .,,,,, . Powell, Carew .,,.,,,,,,.. . Powell, Celeste .,,.....,,. Power, Allene ..., Pratt, Phillip ..,.,, Preble, Charles .,...,.. Premeau, Donald Prestlien, Robert ,.,...,... ....22,76.197,269 Prestridge, Max ....,,.,,,, Prestridge, Evelyn Prctzer, Norman 223 191 86,166,193 277.282 86,287 .......222, .,...,.214.274 257 275 ..............104 213 228,231,282 Priee. Esther ,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,..,. 37,193 Price, james ,.,.,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 278 Price. joan ,..,,,, 37,62,170,193,252, 277,343,344 Price, Norman ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,... ,,,,,,,, 2 74 Prickett, jane .,.,,..i.,,, 164,166,169 184,185 Prudcn, Marilyn Ruth .,....,,....,, 249 Prnetz, Katherine ,...,,,.. Primer, Orin .. . ,,,,,,, Pryor, E. Ann ,,,,,.,,..... 37,250 32,21 I5 191,335 Pudge, Freddis iTedd1el .,.,,,.. 277 Pugh, janet ,,,,,,,,,,,,...., Pulido, Fernando ,,,.,,,, Putnam, Kenneth .,.., Quinn, Clifton ....,... 51 I' Rabinowitz, David ,,,., Radcliffe, josephine .. Radnieh, Robert ,,,,,,., Raica, Nicholas .,,,,.,,,., Rainey, Robert NVayne Ramsay. james Louis Ramsey. Ramsey, Ramsey, Rand, David Henry Randol 111 Robin Ben ,,..,...,,,,. George ....,. john .....,....... 1 , ........ . Rasch. Marilyn ........,... Raskin. Lynn ..............,. Raskob. Anthony ....... Raskoh, john .....,.,........ Ratliff, Charles Ratts, janiee .,,.,,,,,,,,.,.. Rau, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . Quigley, james , .,...,,,,,, .227.264,Z. 73,277 274 270 220,221,341 784 .69,71,51,70, 262,238,353 ,..,..,,.51,271 . ,,,,,,,,, 51,52 ,,,.,..257.286 32,233 fffff. N222 223,282 'iiffff .,...,. 207 .......189.167 298,267,285 .2-14,250,285 244,250,285 .,..37,86,l95 ,..,,...,86,177 11111ll7L'I1l1L'1l11i'1', judy ,,..,,,, 166,193, 277,235 Rawlings, Burt ,.,.. , .,.,,,......,.,, 76,205 Rawson, Walter .,,, 70,134,243,259, Ray. Clarence .........,.... 263,271,415 Rav, Robert VVillard ,....,....,. 97.278 Raynes, Alyce Grace .... . .,..,.,.,,,, 37 Rea, james Edmond .,,..,...,., 257,295 Read, Nancy Mitchell Reading, Geraldine .,,. 195,251,277 Reagan, Arthur .,..,,,..... Reber, Rod Frank .,....,. 270 229 Redd, lladic .,.. 641129,130,132,133, 136,137,138,139. 140,141,255,256 Redfield, john .,.,,.,...,..,...... 214,271 Redfield, Stephanie ..,,......., 277,342 21 Rt-eb, Harold .,,........... ...............f Reed. Ina ..........................,... 91,226 Reeve, Peggy ,,,..... 22,71,84,86.89. 195,263,273,282 Reeves, Robert ,,.....,.,.. Reid, janis Victoria ..... Reid, YVilliam .......... Reidy, james ......,... Reidy, Patrick .,....., .......192,193 .......205,246 ....,.,.278 - 412 Reidy, Virginia ...,.,.,,,,,,,,.. ,,,.,.., 5 8 Reilly, Richard Eugene ............ 213 Reilly, XVilliam ................,, 231,259 Reihaus, Stanley jr. ,,,.,,....,,.,,.,, 235 Reis, Robert ...,,,.,....,.. ....,,,, 7 0,221 Reiser, Anita .....,..... ...,...,.. 2 87 Reisz, joan ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 79 Rcitzel, Rachel ,,,,,,,, ...... 2 76,282 Reneer, Douglas ...,, ,,.,..,.,,.. ,.,, 2 4 3 Renetzky. Marian ...........,.. 177,202, 249,344 Renken, Keith ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 142,205 Rcppe, Kay ..,,,,....,, 86,187,207,345 Resor. Patricia ,.,,,.,,,...,.,.,,,..,,..... 22 Retrun. Earnest ,..,,, 39.41.160209, 271,284,286 Reuter. john ...,..,..,....,..,.,..,.,.,,.. 217 Reynolds. james ..,,,. 97,99,267,350 Romley, Helen ....,.,......,,,.....,,,.. 51 Romo, Armando Louis ........ 258,288 Roff, Ernest Tom jr. ...,,..,.....,,, 275 Rooker, Shirley ,,.... 62,167,226,286 Root, jane ......,........,,...., 97,195,344 Rose, Laurene .....,...,,..,,..,,, 184,345 Rose, Ray ,.,.,,.............. 64,105,148, 150,217,246 Rosen, Mary Louise .......... 182,183, 251,282 Rosenberg, john ,...,....,,. 66,68,216, 262,297,354 Rosenblatt, Diane .....,...... 85,86,89, 179,287 Rosenblum, Elise .,.,,.., 86.89,92,179 Ross, Mary .. ,.,,.,...,. ,.,,.,,,.,.,,,.,,, 1 89 Ross, Phil ..,....,...., ..........,.... 2 71 Rossettc, Leo ........,. .....,... 6 4 Rothblat, George ,...,,,.,,,,.. 234,235 Rothenberg, Melvin ..,, 104,105,273 Reynolds, Patricia ..,.........,......... 97 Ribble, Eugene George .,....,,.,,, 271 Rice, Alyson ,,,,,,,,.,..,.,.,,..,.., 197,275 Rice, janet .,,.,,,,,, 37,68,72,196,197 Rich. Norman ,...,,,,.,.... 70,216,253 272,363 ,252 Richards, Barbara jean ........ 52 Richardson, Bobby ,,.,,.,,..,..,...,,. ... 28 Richey, Ralph ..,.,,.,,...... ...,... 2 58 Riehters, Valda .,,,,,. ,..,,,, 2 27 Rico, Alfred ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 78 Rico, jesus ,..,...,.. ,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,.... 1 54 Ridgway, Richard jr. ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Ridley, Annette .,,. 170.187.256,349 Rieches, VVilbert .....,.........,,,,,.... 236 Riese, David ..68,69,71.7-4,159,353 Riesgo, Elizabeth .,...,.......,.,.. 32,99 Riggs, Bruce ....,,......,...,..... 233,341 Riggs. jack VVallace .. ...,,,..., 282 Rigoli, Ernest .......... ..... I 32,278 Rigoli, j. Albert ..,..,.. ..,...,,...,, 2 32 Rincon, Benny ..,,,,.,,,..,.,.,.,. 144,147 Ringgeuberg, Hilde .,,.,,,,,..,,,,,.. 280 Rioux, jeannine .,,,,.,..,,,.. 71,94,191 Rioux, Norm ,,.,.,,..,,,,,,....,,... 52,280 Ripplinger, Roland Edwin ...,,,. .270 Risen, Larry George .,.....,.,.,,.,,.. 98 Roach. Marilyn ......,............,.,,... 252 Roalstad, David ..... .......,.,,,,.,, 2 37 Robbins, Marian ,.,.,..........,., 86,191 Robbins, Melvyn .....,.. 107,234,235 246,269,284 Robbins, Philip ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 275 Roberson, C. XValton ,,.... 37,6-1.68, Roberso Roberso Roberso Roberts. Rc nberts, Roberts. 74.86.144 229. 262,302,322.254 u. Lawrence NV, jr. ..,. 213 n. NVilliam ....,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 280 n, VV. R. V. ,..... 86,144,262 Eleanor ,,.,...,..,....... 37,191 jay ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,...,,,,.,.. 2 72 Nleal ,.,.,,..............,,..,,. .275 Roberts, Richard .,..... . ...,.... 222,223 Robinet. Rohinett, Eugene ..,,.... 32.230, Robinette. Robinson Robinson, VVilliam joseph ,.,,,,,,,, O. Glenn ,..,.....,.. 58. 86 231 , 258,262,278.S5:3 20:3 .249 Robinette, Roberta ..79,97,195 Robinson. C. Robert .,., 39.231, 271,278,315 jacqueline .... 52,184, 263, , Donald Stewart ...,,.., 205 185, 220,221,277. 318,333,335 Robinson, john H. jr. ........ 70, ,346 214, 259,270 Robinson, Leslie .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 197 Robinson. Sam-Henri ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Robredo, Delia ...................,,..... 272 Rochex, Ann .............,.. 189,251,277 Rochin, Alfred ,.... .,...,......., 9 7,205 Rochin, Rosa ....... .......,... I 37,280 Roda, Anthony .....,. .......... 2 60 Roden, Roland ....... ..,.... 2 58 Rodgers, james E. .... ....... 2 07 Rodgers, Richard ....... ....... 3 7 Roeser. Betty Lou .................... 193 Rogers, Elaine .....,...............,.... 251 Rogers, Thomas ,,.,.....,,. 33,58,221, 246,285,311 Rogers, XVarner jr. .....,.............. 314 Rogow, Murray .......... 243,263,312 Rothlisberger, VVilliam .,,.,......... 243 Rothrock, julia ,..........,............., 191 Rothschild. jennie ........ 52,189,280 Rottman, Keith Leonard ...,.,.... 257 Rountree. George .,.... 129,130,131, 132,133,137,140. 229.233,255,323 Rowe, judy .... 79.89.92,97,177,286 Roy, Nancy Rand .... 37,62,169,277 Royal, Robert ,................... 278,324 Royalty, Robyn ........................,. 273 Rozeieha, Edwin joseph ...,.. 32,274 Rubin. Robert .....................,...... 98 Ruch, Larry ................ 152,257,275 Rucker, Charles .... 70,216,217,263 Rudd, Kenny .,.......................... 185 Ryan, Barrie ,.....,........... 73,187,277 Ryan, Howard .... 41,74.76,151,159, 229,262,271,354 Ryan, Patricia joan ....,.......,....... 97 Ryan, Seymour Wm...222,223,311 Ryder, Molly Louise ..,,,.........,... 25 S Saavedra, joseph . ..... ., Saba, j. Edward Sacherson, Ester Sack, Sharlene .,..... Sadler, Byron ..........,... Safford. Leonard SLllil'lS0l'l, Dave ....,.,,,.... Salazar, Gustavo Salmon, Diane ...,. Salter, Rubin ....,,. ,,.. Salyer, Thomas ...,.,,..,. 264,270,278 ....,..86,179 97 ...,.....32,274 .70.206,207, 233,270,285 ...52,70,158, 212,213,246 Samuel. Mary Louise ............ 3236, Sandell, Saneet, 250,268 Lawrence ........ 71.238,263 Sally ..106,195,273.338,368 Sanders. VVilliam ,.......,............... 217 Sanders, Sylvia ..,.,............... 79,185 Sanders, Douglas ................ 269.271 Sandler, Donald H ..,...... 56,271,272 Sandoval, Rigoberto . Sandstrom, j. Robert Sankey, Alvin Charles Santa Anna, Norma .. Sapp, Elmon jr. .,.... . Sargent, Henry B. jr. .......,,15-4,280 ..,.......52,100, 278,280 ..............237 ..,..,.......52,76 Sarrail. Richard ....,,.,,. 148,150,158, 212,257,311 Saunders, Catherine ...... 86,191,251 Saxe, jack , ................ Sayre, Shirley ,...,. .......234,235 .......27,199 Scallan, Margie .......................... 97 Scandone, Thomas .....,.....,,....... 285 Schacht, Frederick jr.. 156,222,223 Schafer, Sue jean ...................... 187 Schaffer, Scott ..,....................,.. 213 Scheans, D. j. ....... ............ 5 0 Scheff, Sidney ......,................... 107 Schell, M. jane .............. 37,76,195, 200,335 Sehenitzki, Dietmar .................. 285 Schiff, Annette .......................... 185 ......148,150, Rolle, james ,.,,,....,..,........... 203,282 Rollo, Ethel .................. 62,167,171 Romine, Victoria ....,........... 182,183 229,255,276,278 Sehlichtemeier, Ronald ............ 231 Schlothauer, Saundra ........ 282,302 studen Shook, June ,......,.....,....,,.. 78,86,282 Shore, David Edward ................ 205 Shore, Sidney .......... 70,76,230,231, 233,278,297 Beryl ....... .,... 3 8,183 Short, WVilliam ............,..,..., 232,233 Schidt, Ann Marie .................... 281 Schmieder, Jean .,.......,.....,,....... 275 Schmitt, Alexandra ,...,... 32,248,274 Schmidt, Edwin .........,.r............ 41 Schmitt, Kenneth Louis .... 278,285 Schmitz, Fritz .,..............,..,,....,.. 323 Schneider, D. Adair Schneider, Alex .......... Schober, WVilliam ...................... 2-31 Scholey, Frank Dennis ..........195,233 52 ......256,271 Schorr, VV agner Jr. ..................,. 241 Schouten, Lucie ....,..,............,.,. 58 Schrepel, Robert Eugene ........ 278 Schryver, Thomas ..97,210,211,246 Schuh, Fred .....,,. 120,121,122,124 Schultz, George .................. 226,227 Schultz, Jonathan .....,...... 45,47,107 Schultz, Sterling .................. 98,267 Schumaker, Robert Louis ........ 58 Schu WVa ne Earl PP, Y Schuttler, Barry ,.....,. ............51,219 Schuyler, Roger ......, .......,,.. 2 31 Schwartz, Robert ..... ....,,.,,..,., 2 38 Schwarz, John ...................,.. 41,270 Schweitzer, Frank ..................,. 209 Schwette, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,...,,,., 266,270 Schwerin, Helen Jane .......,......,. 52 Schworer, Gretchen .,.,... .....,. 77 Scott, VVilliam .......,..., ....,...,,. 2 75 Scoville, Sarah ....... ..,.... 1 77,282 Scrivner, Archie ....... ........,,. 2 55 Seares, Sally .....,.......... ....,.. 1 91 Sears, C. T. Robert ..,... ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 19 Seaton, Nancy ........... ,......,..,,,, 1 89 Sechrist, Carl S. ..... .....,,.,... 5 2,203 Seff, Patricia ,.....,......... 178,179,200 Seffans, Frankie ........,. 185,338,346 Seffens, Mary ....,.,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28 Segal, Richard ..52,107,259,273,275 Siedentopf, Doris ..............,....... 249 Seiler, Jerry ................ 228,229,300 Selby, Roland ..........,............,.... 64 Seligman, Barbara .,.,............,,., 249 Selinfreund, Jerard ,.....,,,.., 76,23-1, 235,263 Sellew, Pamela .............,......,,.... 251 Senior, Karen ................ 32,195,282 Sennett, Helen ........,................. 52 Serbin, Bernard .......,.,., 56,234,235 Serkahia, Saadum Yousuf ..,....... 28 Serventi, George ...i..........., 267,274 Sereryn, Henry ........,...........,..... 275 Shafer, Susan ............................ 338 Shah, Siraj-ud-din ,.....,...,,..,, 58,280 Shafton, Robert .,.....,....,,.,,,-.,,,. 275 .....,,.......259,275 Shannon, Mathew Shannon, Stephen .......... 70,97,256 Sharp, Dorothy ......,. Shar Robert ......,..22,280 Shreeve, Franklin ...,. Shride, Betty Lou .... 79,86,189,286 Shroll, Jolm ..........,... Shufflebarger, Sarah Shults, John ............... Siburg, NVilliam .....,, Siegle, Rosemary .,.... Siewert, Enid .......... 2,221 ......,,..11-J 275 322 fifliiiiil 3:35 ..........1S7, ..,,........97,197 Silberman, Cyrille .,.... 70,86,89,179 Silberschlag, Ralph ,.............,,.. 217 Sillik, 1rVilliam .,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 64,213 Silver, Bertram ...,.. 28,154,234,235 Silverman, Ronald .,.. 22,89,259,289 Silverstein, Bernice .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 275 Silverstein, Steve ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 238 Silverstone, Sophie ,,,,,,,,,, 275 Simis, Anne ........ Smiley, Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Simmers, Charles .... Simmons, Douglas Simmons, Paul ..,.,.,... Simmons. Robert ,,... Simonson, Dorothy Simpson, Albert ........ Simpson, Donald . .... . Sims, Helen ........,,.,,, Sink, Camille ,,........, Sisson, Anne ........,.., 36,38, ..........252,313 ........,.l87,20i .,..52,104,105, 106,273,368 ...,54,157,160. 161,162,271 1,256,263,276 52,88,214,27:3 ..........237,271 ..........189,200 252 .203, 252,268,3-46,349 Sjurseth, Bruce .....,.. . Skaggs, Donald ....,... .,...33,210,211 ,...,.....250,271 Skillman, Marv ,.79,92,195,249,282 Slater, A. VV.'CBerti Slough, Robert ......... ..,.....263,286 Slyter Ronnie .........,t ..........233 Small, Janice ...,.. ..,.......,.,, 1 ,199 Small, Robert ...... ............. 2 21,246 Smith Barbara ............ 202,248,285 Smith Chester ......,.,.....,.........,. 273 Smith David ,....,.,.,...,..,.,... 205,286 Smith E. Suzanne ........ 38,248,300 Smith Howlett ............,..,.. 267,292 Smith Janann .............. 190,191,277 Smith Jane .,....,.. ,,,,.,, 9 7,98,100 Smith Jeanette ,,.... ..,.....,.,,,.... 1 97 Smith Lawrence ..,......,,.,,.,...,,.., 257 Smith, Nadine .,...,.,..., 248,277,280 Smith, Patricia ,......................... 193 Smith S. Lanier .........,........ 97,267 Smith Sally ............................,,.. 189 Smith Stanley ....,,.,..,..,.. 28,217,278 Smith, Virginia ....,,.....,..,.....,..... 195 193,251 St. Julien, Rene ..... ......,.,. 2 67,292 Smitheram, VVilliam p, ............... Sharpe, Mary Ellen ............ 94,192, Sharretts, Roderic S. 44 100 Smitham, Bruce .... 148,158,159,257 ,.......38,64,70, 128,129,130,132,136, QQQa56QQ7oQ28e Shaver, Harry ..........,. 250,270,286 Shaver, Fred ...,.......,. Shaw, B. Diane .............. 38,62,164, 167,277 Shaw, Esther Louise ...,.....,...... 285 Shaw, Larry .......................... Shea, James Martin .... 161,231,276 Sheaffer, Dorothy ..62,164,167,277 137,138,139,140, 141 ,2 12,213,257,276 Smull, Willard ..... Sonoqui, Clement ..... Shecter, Gerald ,..,...................... 259 Sheehan, Patricia .... 38,62,164,180 Sheets, George ............,.....,,.,.... 275 Sheffield, Edgar ........................ 64 Sheid, Joe .,.......,....... ....... 2 05 Shellhorn, Samuel ...,..,....,,,,,...,.. 28 Shelly, Susan ............,........,....,. 251 Shepard, Court ............ 219,286,312 Shepardson, Jay ........................ 233 Shepherd, Diane B. ...........,....,. 251 Shellds, Clyde .......,.....,....,......... 237 100 Snarr, Orville E. ......,........... 98, Snell, Kathryn ...... ....... 3 6,313,197 Snider, June ........... .......... 1 03,368 Snyder, Willard .................. 38,268 Soares, Lauro .............. 271,280,285 Solomon, Sandra .....,,.......,. 249,303 Sommer, John .....,. .......... 2 09,285 Sonenblick, Jerry ..... ........... 2 75 Sontheimer, David .. Sorensen, Dorothy Sorensen, Lewis .,..... Soule, John T. ..... . South, Marjorie ......... Spackeen, Robert ...... Spagon, James ......... .......... 280 ......,.,.217,274 ,...........97,177 ,....,,286 189 ............33,209 ...156,203,278 Shields, Mary Jo Troeger .... 186,272 ..............1,199 Sparks, Jamie ....... Shirk, Clifford ....,,.....,.........,....., 161 Shirley, Joseph ............ 209,271,286 Shindell, .Benjamin .......,........,... 238 Shinn, Richard Lee .................. 260 Shipley, Donald ............ 41,270,271 Shirley, Edward ............ 67,208,209, 259,286 Shoaf, Robert .............. 156,246,341 Shoffner, Bill .....,,,...,...,...... 148,255 Shogren, Kathleen ....,.,... 97,98,249, 250,286 Sparks, Joe .... .......... Spear, Helena ......... Speckmaier, Norman Speer, Phillip .....,....... Spellman, William Spencer, Nancy ........ ........212,213, 313,341 ......,.....28,187 Speray, Martin ........ 41,170,265,270 Sporer, Anne ...... 52,68,74,77,195, 262,292,311,354 Sprague, Harriet .......... 28,189,251 l' index Spray, Stanley ...... 41,170,259,265. Springer, Sara ......,.........,..... 38,191 Springler, G. M. Srigley, 266.270 .......156 Sullivan, 1Villiam .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Sult, Ann ,.......,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 347 Sundt, Wilson .....,.. 33,151,158,216, 217,262,274,354 Sutherland, Charles ,,,,.,,,,,,, 222,223 Srutwa, Casimir ......,.. 56,272 Stack, Thomas .............,.... 157,207 gl Staggs, E. Dan ..,,...,.,..,..,,.,,,,,,,, Stagner, Mary ..38,180,262,268,301, 303,313,326,35-1 Stahl, Marlene .......... 86,92,185,248 Staich, Edward Daniel .,,.....,,,, H256 Stair, John ,..................,..,.,.,....,.. 225 Stallcup, Ann Dhu .,..,,., 38,250,318 333,335 Stambaugh, Dick .... 44,98,100,226 Stambaugh, Kayleen .,..,... 100,182, 183,267 Stanley, Katherine ...,.. 187,251,282 Stanley, John Neil ...,,,..,...,..,.... 275 Stanton, Allan ...... 142,258,275,276 Staples, Marletta .... 53,176,177,277 57 Stapleton, George ......,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 Stapp, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 203 Starr, Albert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15:3 Stauber, Alice .,..,..,..,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 187 Steele, Luther Maxwell ...... 41,270 Steen, LaVerne ...,.................... 286 Steenbergen, K. Ann ........ 248,345 Stein, Donald ..........,.,.,,............ 259 Stein, Richard Louis .,.,...,........ 246 Steinbaugh, Fred .......... 98,100,267 Steinberg, Bernice ......,,..,.,... 38,287 Steinmetz, Robert Lewis ,......... 274 Steinmetz, Virginia ,.,.........,...,. 187 Stellar, James ..............,.., 33,71, Stenninger, 'Lou Ella ........., 177,268 217 Steph, Jennifer ..................,. 187,268 Stephens, Ralph Lee ....,,............ 97 Stern, Gilbert ...... 116,124,255,276 Stetson, Bruce ....,...,..... 232,233,246 Stevens, Jacqueline ...,......,,,, 97,195 Stcvcns, Robert ,.,............,.... 58,268 Sutherland, Robert ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Sutin, Michael .,...,.. 89,23-1,235,246 Sutton, Barbara ,,,.,........, 8694.191 Sutton, James Jr. ,,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 52 Swain, Don ..........,... Swearingen, Lee Sweeney, Gerald ..,,. Swift, 1Villiam Dean Swinehart, C. Alinc ......17,191,344 ...........221,274 89 Syed, Karim .........,..............,,,.,, 272 Sykes, Jocelyn .................. 38,94,327 Sykes, Joseph ...,.,..............., 28,213 Sypher, George ........ Szewczak, Theresa .. l' Takvam, Norman ..., Talmage, Elizabeth Tanner, Arthur ........ Tanner, Myrna ..,..... Tanner, Nancy ...... Tannous, George .... Tartt, Robert .,...,,. Tate, Donnie ..,... Taylor, Arthur 1,156,227,287 28 .. ....... 271 ......79,242,243 221 33 ......260,270 Taylor, David ..... ,....,............,. 2 58 Taylor, Keith .........,.,.,.. 28,156,233 Taylor, Marilyn .......,................,. 282 Taylor, Omer ..... ........ 5 4,237,271 Taylor, Ralph ..... ,................ 2 8 Taylor, Robert ..................,,....,. 272 Taylor, Thomas .....,,.,............... 229 Taylor, XVanda .... 76,77,78,250,276 Teague, Dianne .,,,........ 79,177,347 Telford, NVilliam ......................,. 229 Tellez, Thomas .......................... 221 Templeton, Harry Templeton, Merle ........ 197,251,345 Terman, Earl ....,,.......... 33,234,235 Terrazas, Hector .... Stevenson, Betty .,.......... 38,227,273 Stevenson, Kenneth .......,.......... 209 Steward, XVayne ........ 212,213,263 Stewart, Hector Hugh .,....,....... 218 Stewart, Jolm Richard ....,.......,. 209 Stewart, John XValter ..,,.... 208,256 Stewart, Phil ................ .......... 2 19 Stewart, Sandra ....... ....... 1 87 Stewart. Stewart Spencer .......... .......... 292 Valerie Jane .,,....... 97 . 177 Stickley, Ann .......................,...... 285 Stiles, Ronald .,...... 146,230,231,271 Stille, Susan ..,..,.......... 196,197,263 Stiller, Frank ............,......... 159,161 Stine, Donna ............ ....... 1 78,179 Stivers, Shirley H. .... .,..... . 67,185 Terry, Stephen .......................... 209 Thacker, Ann ..........,..... 92,187,275 Thatcher, Richard ..............,..... 205 Therriault, Eva .,....... ............. 2 8 Thien, Lee .......,..,,. ........ 7 6,252 Thisdell, Rodger .,............. Thode, Thomas Ernest ..................... , Carl ,....... 144,147, ...,,..275 .......282 229,258 St. John, John ........ Stockdale, Plnl .,,,,,,,,,,..,.. 44,98,100 Stockwell, Ann ....,..,.,.. 79,242, 284,345 243, Thomas, Charles ........ .............. 2 29 Thomas, June ............................ 227 Thomas, Patricia ,..,...,..,....... 28,187 Thomas, Paula ........ 28,94,195,282 Thomas, Robert ........................ 38 Thomas, Tracy .......................... 219 Thompson, Alex .......... ....,..... 2 50 Thompson, Caroline ............ 36,196, 197,277 Thompson, David .............. 228,229 Thompson, Georgia .......,.... 52,187 Thompson, Mary .... 94,185,250,318 Thomson, Mary ........................ 166 Thomssen, Laurel ......,. Thornburg, David ..... Thorpe, James ....,.... Tickle, Daniel .........,. .......185 154,161 .......255 .,.....144 Stoebel, Robert .......................... 267 Stokes, Kay ........................ 197,275 Stokoe, Herbert ...... 86,88,212,273 Stone, Edwin Jr. .,....,......... 208,278 Stone, June Howe .................... 57 Stone, Marlene Patricia ,,,......... 248 Stone, Peter Alan .......... 56,271,272 Stoops, Thomas ........................ 265 Storch, Adolph .... .............. 2 60 Storch, Marilyn ........................ 52 Stout, Thomas Jr. ...................... 275 Stover, Janet ........ 104,105,185,27-3, 277,354,368 Strassburger, 1Villiam ........ 229,278 Strickland, Milli .... 106,252,273,368 Strickland, William Earl .... 46,275 Strittmatter, Dolores .... 56,265,272 Stromberg, Mary Lee ................ 251 Tidrick, Barbara ......,................. 187 Tidwell, Clyde .......................... 268 Tiedman, Carol .............. 70,79,189, 263,277,320 Tihkan, Guido ............,. 41,270,286 Tilghman, Nancy ,,.................... 97 Tillotson, Margaret .............. 78,248 ' ' 281 Timlan, Ben .............. Timm, James ...,......... Qilfllifasiso Titshaw, Juandalee .................... 199 Stowell, Jean .............................. 38 Strucksberg, Allan ............ 222,223 Stuard, Norman ........................ 268 Stuhrberg, Caryl Ann .... 76,181,277 Sturges, Ben ............................ 60,70 Stutterheim, Henriette ........ 52,197 Sullivan, Dennis ................ 231,271 Sullivan, G. Alice ...... .......... 1 99 Sullivan, John Q. ..... .............. 5 2 Sullivan, 1. D. Jr. ..,....... ss,92,27o Sullivan, -413- Patricia .......,..., 36,38,187 Tobias, Donald .......................... 239 Todd, VVilliam .......................... 41 Toles, Ann ..,........... 44,2-49,250,277 Toile, Jerry .......... 144,158,2f30,231 Tollman, James ............ 60,269,278 Tome, Raymond ........................ 415 Tomooka, Tom .... 14-1,147,157,259 Toney, Charles .......................... 415 Toomin, Marcia ...........,.... 251,347 Topper, Ellen ............ ............. 1 79 Torgersen, Robert ....... ....,..,.. 2 75 Totten, Gene ............ ....,,.... 2 85 Tower, Pattie .,...,... ........ 6 2,167 Townsend, Ted ..,......... 104,105,368 Toy, XValter Y..Y....A.,............. 270,320 Tracy, Harold ....,............... 203,278 Traficanti. A1 ..............,...,... 211,210 Trainor. Robert .... 211,210,217,275 Trammel, Bernice ...,................,. 28 Trask, VVarren .,.................... 41,278 Tregea. George .... .,.........-- 33 Tregilgas, jolm .. Tremblay, Elaine .......215 62.277.310 Trexler. Richarcl ....,.....,,,.........-- 205 Trias, jesus ,....,..... ......... T 33.274 Trillo, Ciprano ....Y. ...........,, 2 46 Trinidad, Carlos .,....,.. 98,253 Triolo, Lurlene .........Y,,. 251 True, Lowell .....,, ...,Y.rY...,..... 2 41 Truitt, Robert ..............,. 97,211,246 Trujillo. Eugene ......................,- 256 Tr11111an, XVilliam ..........,,....,..... 263 Tsitouras, jolm , Tucker, NVi11ia1n Turek. Sylvester Turner, Don .,.... Turner, jack ..,., -l1,170,270,290 116,119,125 100 52 39,41,159.270 Turner. james ..............,...l......... 64 T11ttle, Augustus .. ,,.............., 286 Tuttle, VVayne .... ,...,,....,.... 5 39.271 Tverberg, john .,,.,......,., 39.54.203 Tvnan. Martin .. 233,246,271 , ,,,,,,,,,,.., ....... 2 21 Tysor, Barbara .. .,...., ....... 2 82 U Uhli, Ellen ....,......,..,.,.,,............ 251 Ullman, Carolyn ....,,.................. 195 Ullman, VVil1iam ,.,.,.,. 230,231,314 Ullom, jolm ,,,..,,...,... 64,89.233,2-46 Ulrey, jerry ..........,..................... 205 Underwood, Norman , ..,.,... Underdown, Ray Upson, Arthur , ...,. ,, 280,285 ..,....265 Urias, joe .....,... ,.... Y....., 2 5 6 Urrea. Donald ........... .,,.... 2 59 Y Yagnoni, jolm .......... ,..,... 1 16.255 Valdez. joel ...........,... .......... 1 44 Valencia, Maria Teresa ............ 282 Valentin, Antonia ,,...,........ 276,285 Van Atta, Thomas ...... 157,159,278 Van Camp, VVilliam .......,..,....... 98 Vance, Carl ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,.r............. 271 Vance. Gary ...,............ 159,207,285 Vance, Marilyn .,.,....................,. 314 Van Cleve. Pete ........................ 215 Van Denburgh, Courtenay 189,277 Vinson, jolm ........ Vivian, janet ....... Voevodsky, Peter Volekhausen, joan V olk. Max ..,,., ,.... Von Isser, Aldine . Vos. Anita ............ Vos, Marlene ...,.,.. Vose, Hamilton fff fifff,.92 , ,.,,,,.,.,. 3153, student index ...........,...,.97,248 ......237.246,282, 314,315 234,235 ,273 31.33,275 275 Voss, Edmund ..,... 106.161,217,250 Vreeland, joAn Gordon ,.,... 198.199 Vreeland. YValter ................ 222,223 Vucurevich, Robert .... 148,250,276 V1 XYL1K.'11S111ll111, XVil1iam .,..., koi ith, Louis ...,....,,...,.... W ,, 3.274 204,205 263 XVl1C1C1UlljJS, Bill ....,.,..,.... 33,70,229. XVadsworth, Bette 274,278 ,.......,.36.38.187 XYagner, Harry ......,...............,,.. 270 XVagner, joseph, ,.,....... 130,133,257 XVait1nan, Stanley .. .......,..,.,..., 237 XValder, Fred ,....... ,,,,......... 2 70 NValker. Carol ....,., ..,.,..,..., 9 7,252 VVtl1lit'l', Edwin ...,... 39.41.270 XValkcr, Eleanor ,..,..... 71.86.196 197,318 XValker, Evelyn ,,..,.,........... 196,197 XValker. Frances Sprawls ,.,.,..... 270 VValker, Frederick .....,..,,.,.... 41,270 XValker. jolmny ....,., ............. 2 11 XValker, Martha ..... ...,.. 1 91,346 XVtl1liCl', Reid ...,. ......,.,. F 38 Walker, Roger ...... ....... 2 70 NVallaee Arden ...,.. .,...., 3 45 NVallact Wallace. jessamine Robert . ..,.,......... .. ,......193 .......250 VVeinstein,. Phyllis .,.,...... 38,62,248 VVGISS, Elvira .......,.............. 280,325 VVeiss, Ronald ,........... 234,235,278 VVeitzel, Merlenya .............,...... 295 VVeitzn1an, Barry S. ,.......,. 270,278 'VV81Cl1, Mary Kathleen ........ 86.92, XVeld, james XV. .,......,..,.... . X1'e1day, Edward ....,,,...,..,. XVe1sh. Mary Dee Neville . VVenner, Paul ..,........v .......... XVentzel, Lewis Dean .......,. VVeseh. VValter jr. .,.,.,. VVestber g, john .........,,..,... XVestenberg, Glenda 191,311 .,.....258 .......271 .......195 ...,...287 .,,....205 52 249,284 VVilson, joanne ,..................... 86,97 Wilson, Ken ....,,....,... 129,13l,242, 243,255,259 VVilson, Marilyn ........................ 197 Wilson, Miriam ...,......,............. 251 Wilson, Nancy ............,. 86,185,169 XVilson, Napoleon .................... 130 VVilson, Richard ...............,...,.... 233 VVilson, Robert jr ......... 262,278,350 VVilson, Stanford ........,............... 209 VVimberley, Mary jo .,.... 38,193,262 192,295,354 XVimer, Marilyn ,....................... 277 VVi1nsatt, Frances ................,,.... 58 XVinslow, Cherie ..............., 252,282 VVinther, K. Ann ..........,........,.... 193 VVise, joseph R. ...,,......... 48,71,205 XViseman, janelle ,..............,...... 97 XVishek, Barbara ..........,.........,. 269 XVitcher, Carl Raymond ....,.,. 97,287 Wlitmeyer, Donald ..........,.,,...... 58 WVittwer, jane ....,,................ 97,199 VVofford, Travis ..,...,..,.. 76,160,229 YVo1f, Herbert ....... .......,. 1 58,213 Wolfe, Anne .......... VVolfe, XVhitney .,...,.,33,213 XVestn1ore1and, Mary jane .... 67,70, 282,185 Westover, Henry ........ 232,233,246 NVe-yand, joan .,....,.,....... 38,169,185 XVha1ey, joseph .................... 52,256 XVhee1er. Claude .......... 54,231,271 XVheeler, Margaret .........,.... 86,197 XVheele1'. Mary .....,... ............. 1 97 XVhecler. Robert . ,...........,.. 215,274 VVhceler, Ross ,....,,. ........,.... 2 17 Wheeler, Terence ...... ............. 2 21 Whitaere, Robert .................. 38,215 XVhitaker, Gail ...... ...,.. 8 6,97,191 XVhitaker, Sara ............. 277 XVhite, Dennis ,,,.. ..,.,,.,.. 4 1 XVhite, Gladys ,...............,,,.......,. 28 XVhite, james ..........,,.....,,..,,...,, 286 1Vhite, Mabel ..79,193,2-18,277,325 NN'hite, Paul ,..........,....,.,........... 213 XVhite, Robert H. .............,...,.,.. 268 XVhite, Robert james ....., 33.89.215 XVhite, Susan ...,............,....,.. 76,195 XVhitehill, Charles H. ..............,, 275 VVhitehouse. Barbara ...., NVhiting. Honey ...... 58.89.248 .,....97,195,314 Wolfson, NVilliam ..... ,.....,. 4 1,254 1Volm, Marvin ............,............. 275 1Volslagel, Donald ................ 97,256 VVolters, Don ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.... 31,533,211 XVong, Louise ......., .....,., 8 6.89.97 XVong, Rosalie ........ 62,164,168 NVoo, Helen Bow ............ 32,55,249. 264,275 XVood, Dorothy ,...,,..,... 89,189,192 XVood, Marilyn .,,............. 56,62,242 VVood, Robert Richard ............ 231 XVood, Thomas .... 33,29.69,71,204, 205,262,274,354 NVoodb11ry, john ..............,... 97,231 Vtlallendorf, Don .,....,........... 33,278 VVOOE1I1'1z1H, Virginia ,,..........86,195 1Valtuch, jack ..,..... 68,70,71,76.85, 107,233,234,235, 246.263,273,318 XVarbasse, james ..,..,,.,.,.....,. 22,223 233,229 ......104.368 XVard, Albert ....,. XVard. Allan ....,,., NVard, Charlann ,,.....,......... NVard, Donald ,.,....,...,......... XVard, Neil ..,,,.,... 216.217, ...,.,.274 ....,..227 253,263 NVard, Olga .,.........,....,,.............. 274 XVard, XVyatt ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..........,... 162 YVarkomski, james ,.....,. 71,202,203 1Varneke, jack ,....., ............ 2 8,225 VVarner. Charles ,......, 41,278 VVarner, Ira ......... .......,,...,,,,. 2 25 XVarne1', james .........,. 33,230,231 XVarren, james ...,........,......,., 97.217 NVarren, joan .,..........,......... 187,217 VVashburn, Roberta ...... 52,189,280 XVatson, Courtland .,.,..., 41.170.270 VVatson. Don .... 66.68.153,206,354 VVatson, Harold ....,,..,,.... 41.64.266 1Vatson. Henri ...... ,,............. 5 2,286 1Vatson. jack ..,... ....... 5 38,144,239 231.276 XVat1les. Frank ...... ..,..,,.,.... 2 58 NVay, Henry .......... .......,......... 5 2 XVay. Roger ....,,.,..,..,........... 215 VVcaver, Mary Ann ...... 36,3 VVeaver, Mary P. VVeaver, Mike .,... 8.90.92 189.273 94 ....,..161 Vandereook, Lynn ,,,,..,.....,. 200,335 Van Doren, XValter john ,......... 241 Van tlecke, George .......... 151,21-4. 215,263 Van llorne, Richard .....,....,..,,.,. 286 Van Sant, Katherine .... 181,275,345 Van Sickle, Don ...,,.,,,. 116,255,293 Van Tassel. Louisa ..,..... 97,189,251 Varga, Emery ........ ................. 2 75 Varner, Courtney ,,,...... 45,275 Varney, Virginia ..,, ..,,,.,,,. 9 17 Vaughn, Alan ,.,,.... ,,,.,,........... 2 86 Vaughn, janyth ........................ 28 Veith, janice ....,......... 198,199,286 Venberg, Mary Catherine ..177,251 Venter, VVL-ssel .........,,.........,..... 271 V ereelas, Carol ,....................,..., 100 Verch, Otto .................. 33,213,278 Vessels, jim .,...,............,.........,. 255 Vickers, Ann ,... 76.86,195,263,306 Victor, Barbara .................... 52,197 Vidmcr, Dana ..........,....... 51.56,79, 166,193,277 Vielledent, Claudette ...........,.... 285 Viggers, Charles ...,......,...,,...,,.,. 227 Villegas, Fred ...........,,....,.,....,... 415 Vincenti. Nataline .... 166.185.251, 277,313 XVeber, Bill .,........,............,.... 31,33 VVebre, Alcide ...........,......,, 116,125 XVL-bster, Arthur ....,..,.. 148,276,311 VVeeks, Marjorie ,.,....,................ 189 VVeiden, Billie jean .........,..199,282 VVeigand, Fred ..22,88,214,215,273 VVe1l, Floyd ....... A ,......... 98,100,267 O VVeil, jacquelyn .....................,., -51 VVeiler, Carl .......... 28,116,123,125, 230,231,278.276 VVe1ler, Robert ......................,... 238 ,sl XVhitnell, Douglas .. .,.,,........ 257 NVhitney. Bill ........, ....,... 6 4.229 XVhitney, john ,,...,... .......... 2 29 XVhittum, Stan ............. XVickersham, janet ,,..... VVidmann, Nan .,.,......,.. ,.....,189 ..,.,..189 XVien, janet ..................,... ,...... 2 72 XViese, VVi1lian1 Roland ............ 258 XViggins, Daniel ......,................. 271 VViig, Karen , ,.,..,............. 86,92,197 VVikle, Marian Marjorie .........,.. 79, 166,193 1Vilde, Gloria ........ 62,187,277,335 XVilfert, Nancy Lou .................. 191 VVilkens, janet , ,...,..,................. 52 VVilkins, julie ..,.,. 36,37,38,189,315 XVi1lbanks, George .................... 233 XVille, Herman ................ ....... 6 0 XVillekens. Mary ........................ 33 NVillia1ns, Blair Stanton ...,..,..... 415 Williams, Ben .......,..,.,............... 275 1Vi1liams, Bonnie .,.,..,......... 249,280 VVil1ia1ns, Gail ..,......... 166,193,293 XVilliams, Gwen ........ 166,193,251. 293,317 3V11112111lS. james ................ 209,229 VVi1lia1ns, jolm ......................,... 33 VVilliams, joneal ,....... 78,86,89,242. 243,345 Williams, Lloyd ..... ...,..... 2 72,287 VVil1iams, Marcus .,..,,......,,,....,., 257 VVil1iams, Richard .,..,, 242,266,270 VVillian1s, Robert ..,.....,. 98,100,267 VVillian1s, Stanley ..,,...,,......,.. 54,271 VVilliams, Virginia .......,.....,...... 199 VVilliamson, Glennalee .......,.... 251 Willis, Charles .,,.....,.,............... 314 Willis, Patricia .,....,..... 168,187,277 Willias. William ....,,.,................ 237 Wilmouth, Pat .................,.....,.. 103 Wilson, C. N. .......,...,........,..,.... 314 XVilson, Crystal .......... 249,282,295 XVoodroW, Mary .,......,.. .....,.... 9 7 YVoods, G. Edward ..... ....... 1 48 XVoods, Gordon ........ .......... 9 8 Wfoody, jolm ..,......... ............. 2 74 Xvoolley, joan .................,.... 89,280 XVorthington, NVilliam .....,.. 209.296 VVright, Arnold .......................... 258 wright, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,.. .....,. 2 40 VVright, Harold ...... .......... 271 VVright, jolm ...,.....,.................. 203 VVright, Kay ,..................,.... 97.193 VVright. Margaret Carolyn ,.,.,... 248 1Vright. Thomas ...,....,. 64,144,145 156,206,259 XVygant, Sudie jo ....,....,.... 185,275 Y Yaryan, jolm ,............... 73,154,231 Yde, Paul ......,...,..................... 31,33 Yeager, XVilliam jr. .................. 275 Young, Barbara jean ................ 98 YOllllg, Elzada .................... 242,250 Young, jerry ........ 33,66,68,74,152, 219,262,331,325,3-54 Younger, Helen .........,,...,........... 185 Z Zarbin. Earl ......,....,.... Zarelli, Phyllis ........ Zarins, Zigrida ....... Zeigler, Elaine Zeller, Norman ....... Zender, Philip ,..,,.., Zerrien, Barbara 89 ....,,,,.,106 100 267 Mmii.iii:41,203Z269 204 205 i6Qi6,i7,7s,79, 86,195,263,301 Ziemer, Derry ..,..........,,...., 248,282 Zimmerman. Dale Zinn, Mary Kate ....... ..............260,275 ...44,104,105, 273,277 Zismann, Kenneth ...... 214,215,233 Zivkovich, Sam ....,............, 144,146 NVilson, David ........ 98,100,267,285 VVi1son, Dean Wlilliam .1 'LV -414- Zorn, Shirley ............ 38,79,183,282 Zuiek, Ernest Rona ld ,............... 258 'I l I I 5. i 1 x 1 I. 2 l R ll x 1 5 ll l 4 1 1 I F 0 il li :fu in memoriam faculty Ernest Anderson james Creenlief Brown Harry Elnbleton Helen M. Nickerson Ervin L. Black Arthur Cleveland Brinkmeyer Walter Stanley McRae Wayne Forrest Parker students Walter Van Rawson Raymond Lewis Tome Charles B. Toney Fred Sajarvo Villegas Blair Stanton Williams ll ' ' H II hall, arizona With a line from Arizonas Alma Mater, we elose the 1954 DESERT. Through its traditions we hope we have eapturecl for you the spirit that is Arizona. Recording these traditions on the pages of the DESERT would have been an impossible task for one person alone. The list of people who have helped make this DESERT possible is almost unending. An editor ean only hope what she says here expresses a small part of the gratitude she owes to: Bill Smith, advisor, for his helpful enthusiasm and his most appre- ciated advice throughout the year. Frank Over, associate editor, for his willingness and faithfulness in handling so many of the burdensome details. Peggy Reeve, assistant editor, for the ever-inspiring efficiency that indicates what a fine job she'll do as editor next year. Bill Condron, and the art staff, for contributing countless hours of thought and ability to developing the art work. Betts Beneker, Mary -lo McGowan, Tecia Huneck and the sub- division editors, for handling their sections competently and willingly. Betty Jo Ewing, Margie Beeman and Mona Bambauer, for over- seeing the smooth operation of the index, office and typing staffs. Jack Waltuch, business manager, for moral support and for doing a good job with the "other half." Bumps Tribolet, graduate manager, for help and understanding in a double role as publications manager also. Johnny Johnson, photographer, and his assistants, for the hun- dreds - even thousands - of pictures they produced. Charles Hollis, Hollis Photo-Engraving Company, for willingly putting up with the editor's "odd-shaped" ideas. C. A. Betts, Betts Printing Company, for his great patience and understanding in more than one crisis. Lloyd Casey, S. K. Smith Cover Company, for his help in develop- ing something different in "A" blankets. Howard Wedel, Arizona Trade Bindery, for the final job of binding all the work together. It's lmeen a wonderful clream and a horrible nightmare all at the same time, lmt itls made ns sure well never forget Arizona. As we finish the 1954 DESERT and as you turn the last page, we hope youill carry the memory of your Alma Mater with you. PEGGY DAUM - 416 - 'S' . in dk 96 A ' ,. -'. .' , ' 1 ff 'v?k1.'f ' . 3. 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