University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS r DESE FA T Published by Associated Students copyright 1961 The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona editor harlean kaufman assistant editor patti veliz art editor carolyn gibbs business manager ted bowen faculty advisor charles " bumps " tribolet 1 DEDICATION A yearbook has the responsibility of portraying a mass of individuals who attack the problem of learning from every angle. By necessity, anything representative of a group that is striving to learn and is ded- icated to the research of learning, must be a volume keynoted by prog- ress. It behooves us, therefore, to laud the accomplishments of the ten women comprising the first four-year graduating class of the University of Arizona School of Nursing. They are truly a living per- sonification of effort and dedica- tion to the progressive endeavor known as learning. table of contents introduction 1 administration 14 activities 26 colleges 80 campus life 178 organizations 246 sports 366 advertising 414 We who inhabit this campus are fully aware of the task that lies before us. We realize that we who learn today must constantly progress, for we must shape the path for those of tomorrow ... We mechanize ... We enjoy the beauty around us ... I We relax in a nearby mountain resort ... We take pride in our Marching Band ... 1: : - - ... and we never lose our zest for living in the process. administration 1,6■4. • In the fall, Dr. and Mrs. Harvill welcome faculty mem- bers and guests at the traditional President ' s Tea. FORMALLY. Since his appointment as President of the University in 1951, Dr. Richard A. Harvill has shown imaginative leadership and vigorous organizational abilities. Under his administration, the University has grown rapidly in prestige and reputation among the institutions of higher learnin g. Dr. Harvill has degrees from Mississippi State College, Duke Uni- versity and Northwestern University. He came to the UA in 1934 as an assistant professor in economics. In 1946 he was appointed Dean of the Graduate College, and in 1947 he became Dean of the Liberal Arts College until his appointment as President of the University. Dr. Harvill ' s duties extend beyond the role of President.. He is chairman of the Centennial Committee of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities. In 1958, Dr. Harvill was selected by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as one of six persons from North America to study higher education in Latin America by a tour of the hemisphere. Complementing her husband, Mrs. Harvill is a familiar participant in activities on the campus, in the community, and in the nation. She is a member o f the West Coast Advisory Council of the Experiment in International Living, was elected Tucson Woman of the Year, is on the National Board of Directors of the Y.W.C.A., and is a member of the Rocky Mountain Regional Advisory Committee of the Institute of International Education. OR AT HOME 0 4 Taking a moment of respite from the daily tensions of University life, President Harvill and his wife relax at their home. R WREST ENT... DR. RICHARD A. HAI VILL STATEMENT BY RICHARD A. HARVILL The year 1961 marks a dividing line between two anniversary observances of great importance to the Uni- versity of Arizona. We have just shortly closed the books on our 75th anniversary as an institution of higher learn- ing; and this year marks the beginning of the nationwide observance of the 100th Anniversary of the Morrill Act of 1862, which helped to make possible not only this university, but all of the Land-Grant colleges and uni- versities of the United States. The Morrill Act has been called, with good reason, " one of the most significant pieces of legislation ever effected by a nation ' s govern- ment. " The University of Arizona has always been proud of its status as a Land-Grant institution. The philosophy underlying the original Morrill Act declared that an edu- cation in the arts, sciences and professions should be placed within reach of the humblest citizens of the na- tion. Over the past 100 years, the Land-Grant system has been a major factor in producing the high rate of American productivity with its subsequent high standard of living for the nation ' s people, and in establishing a society marked by high social and economic mobility for the individual regardless of his initial status in life. As a part of this great system, the University of Ari- zona has struggled to achieve and sustain quality while confronted with the twin obstacles of limited funds and incessantly burgeoning numbers of students. Its success in meeting these obstacles has been notable, and the Uni- versity, as well as its alumni, has achieved national and international prominence in a growing number of fields. The educational philosophy at this institution continues to be, as it has always been, to provide understanding first, and only on that basis to aid the student in acquir- ing specific skills. It is my earnest hope that each student will feel pride not only that he has been a part of the University, but also that he has been part of the farsighted Land-Grant system which made his education possible. VICE PRESIDENTS A former UA student body president is Executive Vice President Robert L. Nugent. After graduating from the Uni- versity of Arizona in 1924, he studied at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and later received his Ph.D. from Cornell. Dr. Nugent was Dean of the Graduate College and Liberal Arts College prior to his present position. Among Dr. Nugent ' s duties is supervision of the Con- tinuing Education Division. In youth work, Dr. Nugent has served as chairman of the Arizona Y.M.C.A. Youth and Government Committee. ROBERT L. NUGENT EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Samuel C. McMillan, the University of Arizona ' s new vice president, in charge of planning and development, was appointed in January, 1960 by Dr. Harvill. A former professor of marketing at the University of Connecticut, McMillan was also head of the marketing department and assistant dean of business administration. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.S. degree in 1935 and received his master of business administration degree at the University of Chicago in 1940. SAMUEL C. McMILLAN VICE PRESIDENT FOR PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 18 As Governor of Arizona, Paul Fannin is a man dedicated to furthering higher educa- tion. In the past year he has talked to different campus groups, approved $3,300,000 for new constructions at the University of Arizona and argued for the law requiring tuition pay- ment for out-of-state students to ease the burden on state tax-payers. He also works with the State Board of Regents to improve Arizona ' s educational programs. Governor Fannin talked to delegates from. inter-fraternity councils on thirty campuses in thirteen states about rushing, housing, and IFC projects at the Western Regional Inter- fraternity Conference banquet held in Tucson. PAUL FANNIN GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA Headed until January first of this year, by William R. Mathews of Tucson, and presently by Lynn M. Laney of Phoenix, the eight appointive members and two ex-officio members of the Board of Regents of the Universities and State College of Arizona developed effective educational programs for the University of Arizona students. Operating on a budget of $13,147,407.00, the Board in addition to the approval of appointments to the faculty and staff of the University, in- creased salaries, and approved a fraternity housing project aggregating $2,500,000.00. Despite protests, the Board settled one of the most contro- versial issues of the year by voting in favor of continuing the compulsory two year R.O.T.C. military training program for University men students. To conduct a study to determine the state ' s need for a medical school, the Regents appointed Dr. Joseph F. Volker of the University of Alabama Medical Center to serve as Director. After considerable discussion, the Board established a de- finite area of campus expansion, as a result of problems arising out of the location of student religious centers. The Board of Regents also recommended a constitutional amendment which was adopted at the last election allowing the appointment of qualified aliens to the University faculty. The officers for the 1961 Board include Lynn M. Laney of Phoenix, president; 0. D. Miller, Phoenix, secretary; and Vivian L. Boysen, Douglas, treasurer. The two new members of the Board for eight year terms starting in January, 1961 are George W. Chambers and Leon Levy, both of Tucson, replacing Alexander G. Jacome and William R. Mathews, of Tucson, whose terms expired. 19 60 BOARD OF REGENTS: Row 1: Lynn M. Laney, treasurer; 0. D. Miller, William R. Mathews, president; Vivian Lahti Boysen, Alexander G. Jacome, secretary; Samuel H. Norris, Elwood W. Bradford, John G. Babbitt. The two ex-officio members of the Board, Governor Paul J. Fannin and W. W. Dick, State Superin- tendent of Public Instruction do not appear in the picture. 19 EAN OF MEN A 1921 graduate of the UA, A. Louis Slonaker has served as Dean of Men since 1947. Slonaker began his administrative duties as Alumni Secretary and Graduate Manager in 1922. An active participant in community activities, Slonaker has served as president of the Tucson Kiwanis Club, and was re- cently appointed by Mayor Hummel as a member of the newly formed Human Relations Commission. Dean Slonaker counsels men students, groups, and organi- zations, and represents the UA on official committees. A. LOUIS SLONAKER DEAN OF WOMEN Supervision of the rules and regulations for 4,475 coeds keeps Dean Karen Carlson active throughout the school year. In addition, Miss Carlson counsels individual students, and acts as an advisor to Associated Women Students, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Inter-Dorm Council and the three class honoraries for women. Miss Carlson has served as assistant dean of women at the UA, and was register at North Carolina Women ' s College. She has degrees from Carroll College and Northwestern University. KAREN CARLSON Gathered informally are the assistant deans of the U of A. Mel Erickson, Jean Wilson, Millicent Demmin, and Darold Shutt work to guide the students through proper counseling. ASSISTANT DEANS Assistant Deans Millicent Demmin, Jean Wilson, Melvin Erickson and Darold Shutt share the counseling and advisory duties of Dean Carlson and Dean Slon- aker. The newest member of the Dean of Women ' s staff is Miss Demmin, advisor to sorority presidents. Miss Wilson super- vises women ' s dormitories. Dr. Erickson advises men ' s dormitories and the Student Traffic Court. Dean Shutt is responsible for the activities of the social fraternities on campus. 20 ADMINISTRATION KENNETH R. MURPHY COMPTROLLER BUSINESS STAFF: Sherwood Carr and Allan Mattingly, assist- ant comptrollers. REGISTRAR STAFF: Doug Ward, Margaret Husted, Aleen Keen, Edward Beckett, Warren Shirey. DAVID L. WINDSOR REGISTRAR AND DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS RALPH DEAL PURCHASING AGENT JACK CROSS EDITOR OF PUBLICATIONS MAX VOSSKUHLER Director of Correspondence Instruction and Visual Aids VENICE LINDSAY Manager of Bureau of Audio-Visual Service WILLIAM STONE DIRECTOR OF HOUSING PHYSICAL PLANT: John B. Trimble, assistant director; Rob- ert Houston, director. 21 CHARLES " BUMPS " TRIBOLET GRADUATE MANAGER GRADUATE MANAGER STAFF: Jeannette Dickerman, Sandy McCormick, Lorna Marks. MORGAN MONROE DIRECTOR OF PRESS BUREAU PRESS BUREAU STAFF: Row 1: Peggy Hawkins, Dorothy Moreton, Royce Bond. Row 2: James Allen, Morgan Monroe, Richard Haney. MARVIN " SWEDE " JOHNSON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE SECRETARY ALUMNI STAFF: Jo Ann McGothlin, Carol Lang, Alice MacDonald, Betty Weatherly, and Charmayne Jones. 22 PHOTO DIVISION: Bob Broder, Hank Moonen, and John Fogle. SUAB STAFF: Row 1: Kath- erine Loizides, Ann McCuish. Row 2: Virginia Schumaker, Es- ther Bayles, Jane Murtagh, Libby Capsuto. BOOKSTORE STAFF: Mabel Condit, James Martin, manager, Jean Eidmann, Barbara Robson, Maxine Cook. MAILING AND MIMEO STAFF: Bob Huebl, Mattie Hol- liker, assistant manager; Mar- garet Good, manager. 23 INFIRMARY STAFF: Dr. M. R. Chappel, director; Duane Royal, Martha Yerkes, head nurse; Grace Robinette, Lillian Lukensmeyer, Graciana Regalado, Laura Sellars, Jane Herman, Adeline Guiney. LIBRARY STAFF: Row I: Flem- ing Bennett, head librarian; Dorothy C. Becker. Row 2: Donald M. Powell, Cecil W. Wellborn. t 1 T MUSEUM STAFF: Row 1: Joan Y. Evans, Wilma Kaelein, Lois B. Riesen, Frances T. Slutes. Row 2: Dr. Emil W. Haury, head; E. B. Sayles, W. W. Wasley, Ernest Leavitt, Alfred E. Johnson, Rob- ert G. Baker. STUDENT GUIDANCE: Row 1: Jean Cunningham, Ruth Stripling, Tally Gilkerson. Row 2: Joe Angelo, Stephen Weiss, Dr. Newton James, director; Dr. Lewis Hertz, assistant director. 24 ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLICATIONS ARIZONA AND THE WEST Under the direction of Dr. John Carroll, edi- tor, Arizona and the West made its debut in 1959. This publication, derived from the Ari- zona Quarterly, covers the historical West, with particular emphasis on Arizona. Published four times yearly, this journal is available to the public through subscription. ARIZONA QUARTERLY Dr. Albert E. Gegenheimer, editor, and F. C. McCormick, managing editor, are responsible for the publication of the literary magazine en- titled Arizona Quarterly. Released four times yearly, as its name sug- gests, this journal handles articles of general literary interest. Copies of the Arizona Quarterly are avail- able to the public through subscriptions. ARIZONA ALUMNUS June Caldwell, editor, and Barbara Camp- bell, associate editor, take time out from the pub- lication of the quarterly magazine, Arizona Alumnus. Having the second largest volume of publica- tion for a magazine in the state of Arizona, this journal is sent to all UA alums whose correct address is known, all faculty members, special associates of the University, and to certain other schools around the nation. LAW REVIEW The College of Law at the University of Ari- zona has recently bestowed a new title on the publication which gives interested people some idea of this state ' s legal procedures. Previously called Survey of Arizona Law, the new Law Re- view is published twice yearly under the direc- tion of Richard Coolidge, editor. .1 IA, • • .;.. ' it ' 6 ' .$14 45e. Se$ • • 4.91;a 4 4 y • ASSOC A " ED STUDENTS The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, better known on campus as ASUA, has been busy this year promoting the welfare of the UA stu- dents. Its officers, Larry Betts, president; Bill Ismay, vice president; and Judy Clothier, secretary, have worked with ASUA council and various committee members to suggest many worthwhile proposals and list several accomplishments. One of the most popular projects can be found in efforts made to modernize the social code to meet the needs of an expanding student body. In addition to this, the group presented outstanding cultural events through ASUA Concerts and Artist Series. ASUA has also worked through public relations, including a program to recruit outstanding Arizona high school seniors for the UA, and through com- munity service projects designed to improve the rela- tions between students and the townspeople. The constant goal of the students ' governing body is to promote an academic atmosphere on campus. BOB READE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT LARRY BETTS PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATED STUDENTS The ASUA activities for 1960-61 have been headed by Larry Betts, ASUA President. Larry is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He has been active throughout his years at the UA in many phases of student government. Larry was elected president of his Sophomore Class and served ASUA as Junior Councilman the following year. In addition, he was a member of Traditions Committee. Larry ' s years here have been successful academically, as shown by the many honoraries to which he belongs. An Electrical Engineering major, Lar ry was elected to Tau Beta Pi, National Engineering Honor- ary, and Pi Mu Epsilon, National Math Honorary. He belonged to Sophos and Chain Gang, and is presently a member of Bobcats, senior men ' s honorary. Junior Bob Reade has served as Public Relations Committee Chair- man, representative to Class Council, and as a member of Sophos, Chain Gang and Traditions. He was presented with an ' A ' Blanket in his sophomore year for outstanding service, and was the University ' s representative to the Air Force Academy Assembly held this spring in Colorado Springs. 28 Student Body Vice President Bill Ismay has served as representa- tive to the Executive Council this year and as a member of Chain G ang and Blue Key. A well-known sports figure, Bill has partici- pated in four years of football and wrestling for the University. Interested in promoting sports, he has actively supported the intra- mural program and the new Lettermen ' s Club. Mortar Board member Judy Clothier has served this y ear as Student Body Secretary, Secretary of the Executive Council, Secretary of Student Life, and as a member of Phi Lambda Theta, national education honorary. Also interested in music, Judy was a soloist in the Music Department ' s Christmas presentation of the Messiah and, as a member of the Symphonic Choir, sang in Kismet. BILL ISMAY JUDY CLOTHIER VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Executive and judicial powers of ASUA are vested in the members of the Executive Council. Meeting each week, this group performs such duties as approving chairmanship committee appointments, interpreting the ASUA Constitu- tion, and considering the general welfare of the Associated Students. This group is composed of Larry Betts, Bill Ismay, Judy Clothier, Margie Barrie, Sharon Rains, Jerry Soma, Lou Crowder, Corky Olsen, Sue Pooler, Bob Reade, Anne Di- Cicco, Petite Catlin, Connie McCarroll, Jim Musgrove, Gwynne Cox, Bon Richardson, Janie Kay, Gerri Finkelstein, Dick Nickey, Rich Feldheim, Bob Clements, Paul Chuppa, Sandy Danziger, Barry Herlihy, Doug Dunipace, Jay Alder- son,. " Bumps " Tribolet, Graduate Manager; and Bill Varney, SU Director. 29 LOU CROWDER SENIOR COUNCILMAN Lou Crowder served as the senior councilman this year. He was also chairman of the Medals and Awards Committee, and was a member of the Academic Committee. He was a member of both Sophos and Chain Gang, and is a Bobcat, the senior men ' s honorary. This year h e was president of Phi Gamma Delta. AL " CORKY " OLSEN JUNIOR COUNCILMAN Al " Corky " Olsen, the other half of the junior councilman team, was president of the Sophomore class and a member of Sophos. He was also president of Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men ' s scholastic honorary, and was secretary of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity. This year he was a member of Chain Gang and Traditions Committee. ASUA COUNCIL SUE POOLER JUNIOR COUNCILWOMAN Sue Pooler, the junior councilwoman, was a member of Spurs and vice president of the Sophomore Class last year. This year she was a member of Chimes, the junior women ' s honorary, and chairman of the Academic Committee. She also served as ASUA delegate to the Student Conference on National Affairs. JERRY SOMA JUNIOR COUNCILMAN Jerry Soma, junior councilman, was a member of Sophos, the sophomore men ' s honorary, last year, and was a member of the junior men ' s honorary, Chain Gang, this year. He is also a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, the math honorary. He served as a standing member of the Academic Committee, and was in charge of selection for Who ' s Who. 30 Composed of students from various colleges, classes, and student body governmental departments, Representative Council holds sessions to coordinate general activities, and to review grievances and suggestions from any group of students. REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL By a vote from the student body, the Representa- tive Council was created in the spring of 1957. The primary function of the Representative Council is to coordinate and plan general student body activities. The group also reviews problems, grievances or sug- gestions from any group on campus and makes neces- sary changes or modifications. Any campus group ' s suggestions or policies are first discussed and voted on before being sent to the Executive Council, where if passed, will become student body policy. Representative Council members are John Peek, Jim Ferguson, Ann Stevenson, Duke Patterson, James Carrillo, Burton Kinerk, Bon Richardson, Don Wright, Hank Winship, Lloyd Wiborg, John Jeffries, Bob Mills, Jay Jacobson, Sharon Rains, Margie Barrie, Janie Kay, Dick Nickey, Bob Hasseries, Ted Roberts, Larry Betts, Bill Ismay, Judy Clothier, Corky Olsen, Lou Crowder, Sue Pooler, Jerry Soma, Bill Varney, and Charles Tribolet. BON RICHARDSON REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL PRESIDENT Bon Richardson, president of Representative Council, is the group ' s official representative and a voting member of the Executive Council and the Student Union Activi- ties Board. Bon is a member of Bobcats and was named to Who ' s Who. 31 ASUA COMMITTEES ACADEMIC COMMITTEE Headed by Sue Pooler, the Academic Committee was established to further bet- ter student-faculty problems, and to be consultant in the development of Univer- sity curriculum. Mary Hawke, Sue, and ' Sandy Danzi- ger make a check of some of their duties. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Bob Clements, Susan Robinson, and Jim Blom hold a serious discussion con- cerning campus election policies. The Election Committee, of which Bob is head, handles all phases of class, student body, and campus queen elections. This group complies with the election rules established by Executive Council. ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE Jim Musgrove, chairman, Patsy Ack- ley, Lee Hanley, Suzie Dinsmore, and Sandi Wa.son pause for a moment after a day of providing talent for some Univer- sity functions. This group, composed of some 15 members, also plans special shows and keeps a record of campus talent. BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE To help students locate books and sup- plies in the campus bookstore is the job of Bookstore Committee members, Con- nie McCarroll, chairman, Tom Schatteles, Nancy Kelley, and Judee Brockelsby. An- other function of this group is to handle student suggestions about the bookstore. ARTIST SERIES COMMITTEE Sunny Lerner, Kathy Hayer, Sally Cline, and Dee Ann Gray gather around Anne DiCicco, chairman of Artist Series committee, to plan entertaining events for the students and faculty members of the University of Arizona. The scheduled musical and dramatic attractions are avail- able through registration fee payments. 32 COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE Gerri Finkelstein proves that providing service to the community is quite reward- ing. Among the annual projects sponsored by this committee are the Campus Blood Drive, the Campus Chest Drive, and a camp for underprivileged children. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Handling publicity matters for all ASUA and Student Union activities are Gwynne Cox, chairman; Bill Archuleta, Susi Hoff- man, and Pat Crosby. Ordering publicity for school functions is done in the Graduate Manager ' s Office. Radio, television, posters, banners, and a PA system are used in publicizing univer- sity events. PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE Taking charge of ASUA Public Rela- tions are Petite Catlin and Richard Feld- heim. This committee promotes good rela- tions with the public and with the high schools. This is done through the issuance of press releases and service as a welcom- ing group for campus visitors. SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE Working to provide increased interest in University functions are members Ruth Ann Morse, Al Quick, Norma Jean Pick, and Paul Chuppa, chairman. The Social Life Committee continued to present free Sunday movies. It also handled various all-campus dances such as the Desert Dance and the Red Blue Ball. In addition, a Social Code and Social Calendar was provided for all organiza- tions by the committee. JAY ALDERSON CHIEF JUSTICE STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE: Row 1: Dr. R. L. Nugent, Judy Clothier, Larry Betts, Jean Wilson, Margie Barrie. Row 2: Bill Ismay, Paul Chuppa, Dick Nickey, Darold Shutt. STUDENT COMMA` TEE TRAF:iliC COURT Seating nine regular members this year, the Student Life Committee handled matters of mutual interest to both the faculty and students, considered problems that arose out of this from time to time, and made recommendations for the improvement of student life on campus. They also worked on new disciplinary measures that were needed in those cases where the University rules and regulations were not followed. A relatively new group at the UA, the Student Life Com- mittee is headed this year by L arry Betts, ASUA President. Its list of members are chosen by special appointment from Dr. Richard A. Harvill, University President. The Student Traffic Court, under the direction of Jay Alderson, chief justice, provides service to those students who wish to appeal the citations given to them by the cam- pus police department for traffic violations. All tickets and the decisions of the court are based on the ordinances set forth in the Parking and Traffic Violations issued to all stu- dents at registration. Being appellate in nature, the court will not try a case until the fine has been paid. The judges then may uphold, modify, or nullify the penalty according to their decision. TRAFFIC COURT: Tam Nelson, Mike Larriva, Jay Alderson, chief justice; Matt Slobin. 34 BOARD OF CONTROL: Row I: Margie Barrie, Mary Pilgrim, Larry Betts, Sharon Rains, Judy Clothier. Row 2: Dick Clausen, Bill Varney, " Bumps " Tribolet, Bill Ismay, A. L. Slonaker, Swede Johnson. BOARD OF CONTROL Made up of both administrative and student members, the Board of Control serves as the financial regulating body of the Associated Students. Using the money received from the ac- tivity fees to support athletics, AWS, the rodeo team, publications, music groups, and WRA, the Board of Control appropri- ates money for all student activities. This group of eleven is also responsi- ble for approving the scheduling of all phases of student activities and for the approval of all athletic and music awards. BOATID OF PUBLICATIONS The Board of Publications directs and supervises all journalistic activity of the University ' s student publications. The edi- tors, business managers, and the advisors of the three publications, plus the Gradu- ate Manager, the Press Bureau Director, the head of the department of Journalism, and the ASUA President make up the Board ' s members. Every year this group appoints the new editors and managers for the following year ' s publications. The male members of the Board are judges for the selection of the Desert Queen. BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS: Harlean Kaufman, Ted Bower}, Joe Cole, Sherman Miller, Larry Betts, " Bumps " Tribolet, Volney Wals- worth, Les Davidson. 35 STUDENT UNION ACTIVITIES BOARD onywila " SHARON RAINS BILL VARNEY AND ROGER RODZEN SUAB PRESIDENT DIRECTOR AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SUAB ACTIVITIES BOARD: Row 1: Laurie Leavitt, Tam Nelson, Dee Ann Gray, Sharon Rains, Llew Howard, Gwynne Cox, Joyce Van Reenen. Row 2: Jim Sakrison, Bon Richardson, Jim Musgrove, Jay Stuckey, Paul Chuppa, Gene Rowe, Larry Betts. STUDENT UNION COORDINATORS Acting as governing body for the UA ' s Student Union is the Student Union Activities Board headed by Sharon Rains, president and co-ordi- nator for all the Board ' s projects. Eight regular and six ex-officio " mem- bers meet weekly to discuss business concerning SUAB. Already looking ahead to 1962, this group has proposed some changes for SUAB. The Arts and Music Committee is now the Cultural Affairs Committee, and the House Committee ' s work will now be under the supervision of an Administration Chairman. JAY STUCKEY VICE PRESIDENT JOYCE VAN REENEN SECRETARY-TREASURER 36 SLAB COMM - " TEES Holding weekly meetings are the SUAB chairmen and their respective committees. Each of these groups take care of specific functions for the Student Union. Included in these operations are art exhibits, news letters, guided tours, the Christmas Decorating Pary, billiard tournam ents, and sponsorship of special events. Annual SUAB gatherings are the SU Birthday Party and the Spring Siesta. The Siesta, this year, was combined with the announcement of spring election returns. LLEW HOWARD ARTS AND MUSIC GENE ROWE LAURIE LEAVITT JIM SAKRISON HOUSE SPECIAL EVENTS RECREATION DEE ANN GRAY WALLY SPENCER BULLETINS AND RECORDS PUBLIC RELATIONS 37 MARGIE BARRIE PRESIDENT President Margie Barrie represents AWS on ASUA Execu- tive Council, Board of Control, and Student Life Commit- tee. As a junior she served on AWS General Council and was a member of Chimes. This year Margie was selected for Who ' s Who and was a member of Mortar Board, senior women ' s honorary. ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Associated Women Students, which represents the interests of women students on the campus is directed by the General Council, composed of the officers, committee chairmen and representatives from sororities, dorms and Phrateres. The Execu- tive Council, which includes the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and an adviser of AWS, " coordinates and interprets activities of AWS with the Dean of Women ' s office. " The Standards Board, the main judicial body of AWS, hears all cases of discipline not delegated to other authorities. Each hall or house has a Judicial Board. The AWS Rules Committee reviews stand- ards, policies and regulations throughout the year. Standing Committees are Campus Activities, Civic Activities, Philanthropy, Publicity, Social, and Spe- cial Events. The newest AWS committee is that of Freshman Orientation, which assists the new stu- dents during their first week in college. AWS spon- sors Women ' s Day and the Virginia Kling Scholar- ship. AWS of the University of Arizona is a member of the Intercollegiate Associated Women Students and works in conjunction with them in all their activities, aims and purposes. LINDA IRICK SECRETARY Besides being secretary this year, Linda represented the University at the JAWS Convention in the spring. One of her reg- ular duties was to co-ordinate the office staff. She was a member of Chimes this year and is a past president of Spurs. ANITA KARNITZ VICE PRESIDENT Before becoming vice president, Anita was IAWS Representative for the Univer- sity and AWS Representative for her dorm. Her duties included serving as chairman of the Elections Committee of AWS. Anita was a member of Chimes and this year was selected for Who ' s Who. FRANCES WONG TREASURER As treasurer, Frances serves as secretary for AWS Committee Chairmen meetings. Her other AWS work has included AWS Representative for Mohave and the Civic Activities Committee. She was a member of Chimes this year and is a past member of Spurs and Wranglers. 38 GENERAL COUNCIL: Row 1: Nancy Tollefson, Linda Tan- nert, Kathy Sanna, Nancy Randolph, Barbara Kameiling, Janey Raney. Row 2: Natalie Slaughter, Ruth Ann Morse, Ginny Ken- neavy, Joyce Fall, Ann Oglesby, Joan Swaner. Row 3: Penny Gault, Fran Hurlbut, Allison Churchman, Marsha Malone, May- dith Merz, Rachel Bingaman, Jody Davis, Wonda Keltner, Evie Adler. Row 4: Carolyn Whitaker, Sally Barie, Sally Cline, Jan Manley, Linda Sheller, Carole Haines, Kay Short, Mary Lou Purdy, Frances Kay Daniel, Sally Kay Jones, Karen Sue Johnson. GENERAL COUNCIL STANDARDS BOARD The main judicial body of AWS is the Standards Board, a new addition to governmental organization this year. The AWS Standards Board is composed of four voting members: two seniors, chairman of the Board and chairman of Rules Committee; and two juniors, secretary and vice chair- man of the Board, The AWS President is an ex-officio member and an Assist- ant Dean of Women serves in an ad- visory capacity. The Board hears those cases which deal with major offenses in addition to those which are referred to it by residence, hall and house judicial councils. It has the power to recom- mend suspension or to place a woman on probation. STANDARDS BOARD: Margie Barrie, Jan Manley, Nancy Brown, chair- man, and Nancy Herlihy. 39 SENIOR CLASS ithommatimitie LLOYD WIBORG PRESIDENT The main project of the Senior Class this year was preparing for gradua- tion and the Senior Class Breakfast. The breakfast introduced the graduating seniors to the Alumni Association, who sponsored the gathering. Larry Betts, ASUA President; Lloyd Wiborg, Senior Class President; and Waldo Dicus, President of the Alumni Association delivered the speeches. The Senior Class Officers selected and ordered commencemnt announcments early in the fall. A Senior Class Gift was also presented by the class of ' 61. The Seniors leave the campus behind them. Senior Class men still have an eye for coeds. Ii MIKE CAGALJ JUDY REEDY KATHY HINKLE VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER 40 UNIOR CLASS This year, in an effort to emphasize academic interests at the University, the Junior Class activities were kept at a minimum. Two of the academic activities supported by the juniors were the Kennecott Lectures and the Sun- day Evening Forum. Another project was the formation of the Alumni Club for the Class of ' 62. This club was formed in order to insure the class of an active alumni chapter in future years. Other plans were discussed for a class project such as raising funds for a worthwhile charity or assisting needy homes. JOHN JEFFRIES PRESIDENT Junior class officers Margaret Burton, John Jeffries, and Judy Fuller relax in front of the Student Union. BARBARA DRINKWATER MARGARET BURTON JUDY FULLER TREASURER SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT 41 SOPHO ORE CLASS This year, the Sophomore Council consisted of one representative from each fraternity and sorority that were chosen by the class officers. The council began its activities with a Christmas party for the children of the National Asthmatic Foundation of Tucson. The council and other members of the class painted the Papago Community Home at San Xavier Mission. At the Spring Fiesta, a booth was sponsored by the Sophos for the University of Illinois Student Council. A group of West Berlin students will tour the United States next year, and the money from the booth will furnish their transportation costs, and enable them to visit Arizona ' s campus. BOB MILLS PRESIDENT SHARON TURK MARY HELEN RICHARDSON SUSIE PALMER VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER SOPHOMORE COUNCIL: Row 1: Joan Kantz, Patti Veliz, Connie Connelly, Mary Helen Richardson, Sharon Turk, Susie Palmer, Linda Cotterman. Row 2: Paul Dayton, Kathy Hayer, Marianne Goodkind, Sarah Walker. 42 FRESHMAN CLASS After numerous tests during the first week of school, freshmen used their remaining energy to painting " A " Mountain. The Freshman Class Council, composed of 51 representative members, sponsored vari- ous projects during the year. Before Homecoming, the council decorated the front entrance and the mall of the Student Union. During Christ- mas, the class worked with other organizations on the annual Blood Drive. The project committee, consisting of ten members from the council, gave a party for The Comstock Children ' s Hospital. Stuffed animals, plastic toys, and musical instruments were presented to the children, along with a show of cartoons. In addition the council planned the Freshman Class Party held second semester. JAY JACOBSON PRESIDENT BOBBIE LONGJOHN MARY SAYRE DAN LUGLAN TREASURER SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT FRESHMAN COUNCIL: L. to R.: Bobbie Edmundson, Martha Mett- ler, Elizabeth Dale, Daille Rupnik, Judith Bachrach, Margot Gale, Ron Bliwas, Mervin Peterson, Stevie Forsyth, Susie Comtzen, Saundra Speers, Anthony Addonizio, Stepha- nie Smith, Jenny Haymore, Whitney Lynn, Jay Jacobsen, Dan Luglan, Mary Sayre, Bobbie Longjohn. 43 PUBLICATIONS ARIZONA WILDCAT Working diligently every Monday and Wednesday eve- ning until late were the members of the Arizona Wildcat. Under a capable editor, Joe Cole, and his staff of seven journalism majors, the Wildcat reported up-to-the-minute bulletins concerning happenings around campus and cer- tain local and national news interests. Now in its fifty-first year of publication, the Arizona Wildcat is written entirely by University journalism students who are assigned a " beat " on campus. These areas include honorary news, various colleges, fraternity and sorority an- nouncements, and sports events. The controversial editorial page was again a constant source of interest. Circulating a total of 55 issues, the Wildcat was distrib- uted without charge at the Student Union, Liberal Arts, and BPA Buildings hi-weekly. JOE COLE EDITOR LES DAVIDSO N BUSINESS MANAGER EDITH SAYRE JOHN HANEY JIM JOHNSON MANAGING EDITOR NEWS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR BETSY LITTLE DAVID GERSHAW SHERMAN MILLER SOCIETY EDITOR ART EDITOR FACULTY ADVISOR JON WA RDRIP PAUL LEDW ITH FORD BURKHART FEATURE EDITOR PHOTO EDITOR CIRCULATION MANAGER 45 Several members of the Wildcat staff discuss their work seriously as a Everybody gets into the act during a session of the publication deadline draws near for one of the Friday morning editions. journalism lab to see that the paper goes to press. Edith Sayre intently measures space for a recently written feature story. Deep in thought over the story being typed is the paper ' s chief, Joe Cole. 46 David Gershaw, John A born, Starr Brandt, and Margy Bell work to meet one of the Kitty Kat deadlines. Another member of publications at the University of Arizona is the Kitty Kat, the official feature magazine for the campus. This year edited by Volney Walsworth with Warren Ridge, business manager, this journal displayed the talents of creative students who submitted fiction, cartoons, photographs, and interesting human interest articles for print between its covers. Released six times during the school year, the Kitty Kat began its circulation in October with an introductory theme of campus life for the benefit of new students. Publishing its last issue in May, the Kitty Kat ended on a note of grad- uation with a look to the future. Through the creativeness of the Kitty Kat staff, several innovations were presented to the student body this year. One program that has met with success is the nominating of a prospective Kitten of the Month by means of a ballot found in the magazine. KITTY K.K.1121 VOLNEY WALSWORTH EDITOR Kitty Kat writers Tam Nelson, Duncan Inches, and Doug Woodward discuss ideas for changes in a story. 47 DESERT --1 Part of the plans for the 1961 edition of the University ' s yearbook were announced by tradition at the Desert Dance. The cover of the annual and the crowning of the Desert Queen indicated to students that the compilation of memories for the school year would be available to them during the latter part of May. Working during the summer and continuing throughout the holidays, week ends, and vacations, Harlean Kaufman, editor, and Patti Veliz, assistant editor, drew layouts, prepared a theme, and supervised the progress of the various sections. This year the Desert staff attempted to add levity to the book by creating a section in campus life which consisted of a maximum of pic- tures and a minimum of writing. This idea was carried on into the Greek and dormitory sections. Another innovation was a system de- vised by the Organizations Editor, Margie Tench, for taking all organi- zations ' group pictures via mass production in the Senior Ballroom. With progress as its theme, the 1961 Desert has given 11 pages to University research plus many color photos which discuss the different facets of this broad topic. So that correct printing requirements could be met, copies of the 1961 Desert had to be ordered and paid for in advance. HARLEAN KAUFMAN EDITOR 48 TED BOWEN BUSINESS MANAGER PATTI VELIZ ASSISTANT EDITOR CAROLYN GIBBS ART EDITOR 49 CAROLYN PEIRCE SHERI HADLEY DIANA BURK ADMINISTRATION AND ACTIVITIES COLLEGES CAMPUS LIFE " All right everybody . . . create! " MARGIE TENCH ORGANIZATIONS 50 DAVE HOSSLER PHYLLIS HUDSON TOM SCHOCH SPORTS HEAD SECRETARY — INDEX PHOTO EDITOR " Only 463 pages to go . . . " " My, I work hard . ROBBIE COLLINGS COPY EDITOR 51 SERVICES WHO ' S WHO To be published in the 1961 edition of Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities will be forty-one students from the University of Arizona. These seniors were selected for this honor on the basis of scholarship, cooperation in extra-curricular activities, and likelihood to succeed. Nominations were made during first se- mester by members chosen from the stu- dent body. From this, a tentative list was drawn up and given to the Representa- tive Council. Following their selection, the smaller list was then given to the Executive Council for the final decision. Traditionally in charge of selection procedures are the Associated Students ' three Junior Councilmen. JEANNE ABROMOVITZ Nightclub Choral Director, Spurs, treasurer of Chimes, vice president of Mortar Board, AWS Special Events Committee, historian of Student Religion Council, president of Alpha Epsilon Phi. JAY ALDERSON Chief Justice of the Student Traffic Court, chairman of Bookstore Committee, Sophos, Chain Gang, president of Alpha Sigma Phi, Al- pha Kappa Psi, professional busi- ness fraternity. 52 BILL BARRACLOUGH Varsity baseball, 3rd team for All American Baseball, president of Blue Key, Yell King, vice president of Sigma Chi, Traditions Commit- tee, Most Eligible Bachelor. LA DONNA ANDERSON Spurs, Chimes, Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary of Student Union Activities Board, chairman of Arts and Music Committee, rush chair- man and president of Kappa Alpha Theta, Angel Flight, Phi Lambda Theta. MATTIE LOU ANDREWS Editor and junior advisor of Spurs, office staff chairman of AWS, King and Queen Chairman of Greek Week, secretary of Chimes, Mor- tar Board, president of Delta Gamma. MARGIE BARRIE Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, pres- ident of AWS, vice president of Kappa Alpha Theta, chairmanships of Religion In Life Week, WRA Board, section editor for Desert. LARRY BETTS Sophos, Sophomore Clas s President, Chain Gang, Junior Councilman, Bobcats, President of Associated Students, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES BARBER President of Student Chapter Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers, president of Tau Beta Pi, president of Arizona Hall, treasurer of Stu- dent Religion Council, Cadet Lt. Colonel in ROTC, board of direc- tors of Wesley Foundation. BOB CLEMENTS Sophos, president of Chain Gang, Bobcats, chairman of ASUA Elec- tions Committee, president and vice president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ASUA Executive Council. 53 JUDY CLOTHIER Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, Jun- ior Councilwoman, Secretary of As- sociated Students, Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Gamma. ANNE DICICCO President of Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Chimes, secretary of Mortar Board, chairman of ASUA Artist Series Committee, brochure chair- man of Religion In Life Week, Gamma Phi Beta. DOUG DUNIPACE Chairman of Academic Committee, chairman of Special Studies Com- mittee, Sophos, Scabbard and Blade, secretary of Phi Eta Sigma, vice president of Student Religion Coun- cil, vice president of Pi Kappa Al- pha, editor of Arizona Fraternities. MARIANNE GILBERT Editor of 1960 Desert, Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Board of Publica- tions, Kitty Kat Advisory Board, Kappa Alpha Theta. JOE COLE Photo editor, news editor, and edi- tor-in-chief of Arizona Wildcat, president of Papago Lodge, Chain Gang, Blue Key, Outstanding Inde- pendant Man. JIM CORBET Secretary, vice president, president of Sigma Chi, Sophos, vice president of Chain Gang, Bobcats, varsity wrestling, Traditions Committee, Alpha Kappa Psi. GAYLE GORDON President of Mohave Hall, chair- man for Special Studies Commit- tee, vice president of International Relations Club, circulation manager of Wildcat, Spurs, Chimes, scholar- ship chairman of Mortar Board. LOU CROWDER Chairman for SUAB Recreation Committee, Junior Councilman, Councilman, president of Phi Gamma Delta, Bobcats, representa- tive to Student Council on National Affairs. 54 BILL ISMAY Varsity football, varsity wrestling, Chain Gang, Blue Key, vice presi- dent of Associated Students, Delta Chi. HIRSCH HANDMAKER Tau Delta Phi, chairman of IFPC " Help Week, " secretary of Sophos, rush chairman of IFC, secretary of Chain Gang, Greek Week chair- man, 1961. BARRY HERLIHY Secretary and president of Tradi- tions Committee, ASUA Executive Council, Sophomore Class Council, secretary of Alpha Tau Omega, Deputy Wing Commander of AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade. ANITA KARNITZ Vice president of AWS, AWS Spe- cial Events Committee, intercollegi- ate representative for AWS, chair- man of Blood Drive, SUAB Arts and Music Committee, Chimes, Pi Lambda Theta, Delta Delta. Delta. JIM HILL Sophos, Traditions Comm ittee, Chain Gang, Junior Class President, Alpha Kappa Psi, vice president of Blue Key, Phi Gamma Delta. HARLEAN KAUFMAN ASUA Assemblies Committee, cam- pus life editor of 1960 Desert, edi- tor of 1961 Desert, Board of Publi- cations, secretary of Alpha Epsilon Phi, Marketing club. JANIE KAY Secretary-treasurer, vice president, president of Panhellenic, Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, copy editor of 1959 Desert, Student Religion Council, Alpha Epsilon Phi. KATHY HINKLE Senior Class Treasurer, Sophomore Class Vice President, social chair- man of Pi Beta Phi, Sophomore and Junior Council, secretary of SUAB Recreation Committee, Spring Siesta Attendant. 55 WARREN LIVINGSTON Varsity football, varsity track, sec- retary of Blue Key, Electrical Engi- neering, American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers. DENNIS NELSON President of Bobcats, v ice president and president of Kappa Sigma, In- terfraternity Council, honorary in American Society for Testing of Materials, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. BOB PLUMMER Drum major for UA Band, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bobcats, student body president at Compton Junior College, won All-Western Twirling Drum Major Contest, Forensics. JUDY QUERY President of Orchesis, president of Women ' s Press Club, Junior Class Council, Gamma Alpha Chi, ad saleswoman for Wildcat, treasurer and president of Alph Omicron Pi. RAE MALONE Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board, chair- man of Community Service Com- mittee, chairman of AWS Civic Ac- tivities Committee, Mermaids. MARCIA MARSHALL Head porn pon girl, standards chair- man and vice president of Kappa Alpha Theta, Traditions, Spring Si- esta Queen. PAT NARDONE President of Yavapai Hall, vice pres- ident of Spurs, president of Chimes, treasurer of Mortar Board, AWS General Council, AWS Rules Com- mittee, Chi Omega. SHARON RAINS President of Student Union Activi- ties Board, secretary-treasurer of SUAB, chairman of SUAB Arts and Music Committee, chairman of AWS Activities Council, Spurs, Chimes. 56 SIDNEY ROSEN President of IFPC, Sophos, Chain Gang, chairman of publicity com- mittee for IFC, chairman of ASUA- SUAB Social Life Committee, Bob- cats. JUDY REEDY Spurs, Extemporaneous Debate, treasurer of AWS, state convention co-chairman of AWS, Senior Class Secretary, scholarship and standards chairmanships for Gamma Phi Beta. EDITH SAYRE President of Spurs, Chimes, presi- dent of Mortar Board, president of Angel Flight, secretary and hand- book editor for AWS, assistant news editor and managing editor for Wildcat. BON RICHARDSON President of Sophos, Chain Gang, Bobcats, president of Representa- tive Council, secretary of Scabbard and Blade, Phi Gamma Delta. JIM SEAL Freshman and varsity basketball, Sophos, Chain Gang, secretary of Bobcats, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, earth science hon- orary. DARLENE ROBART Mortar Board, vice president of Sigma Alpha Iota, Symphonic Choir, Choraliers, leads in The King and I, Carousel, Kismet, Outstand- ing Independant Woman. TED ROBERTS President of the Inter-Dorm Coun- cil, president of Santa Cruz Hall, president of the Inter-Mountain Resident Hall Association. LLOYD WIBORG President of Senior Class, Bobcats, varsity swimming, Sophos, Alpha Kappa Psi, recording secretary for Phi Gamma Delta. 57 DENN IS NELSON PRESIDENT Ranking among the highest honors that a senior man can achieve, Bobcats is composed of thirteen memb ers who have shown outstanding qualities of leadership, scholarship, and campus service. Begun in 1922, this local group has strived traditionally to encourage the adoption of any programs that further the best interests of the University of Arizona, and to keep alive the true Arizona spirit in the student body at all times. Included in the activities of this organization is the plan- ning of both the traditional Homecoming festivities and of the annual Men ' s Night program. They also assist in the pro- motion of High School Senior Day. BOBCATS Dennis Nelson, Bob Clements, and Lou Crowder get together on an idea for an activity to be sponsored by their group. Row 1: Lloyd Wiborg, Lou Crowder, Larry Betts, Ed Muns, Jim Mason, Bon Richardson. Row 2: Bob Clements, Jim Cor- bet, Bob Plummer, Dennis Nel- son, Dick Nickey, Sid Rosen, Jim Seal. 58 B _,UE KEY Members of Blue Key, Miles Zeller, Dutt, and Bill Bar- raclough begin to discuss plans for High School Senior Day. BILL BARRACLOUGH PRESIDENT National senior men ' s honorary at the University is Blue Key, headed by Bill Barraclough, president; Jim Hill, vice president, and Warren Livingston, secretary. Selected for outstanding qualities in character, scholar- ship, leadership, and service, these 12 men work to cooperate with the administration, study student problems, and pro- mote the best interests of the University. Annual activities for Blue Key include sponsoring the festivities for Mom and Dad ' s Day and High School Senior Day. In addition to this, they also participate at the Alumni Banquet during Homecoming Day. BLUE KEY:Row 1: George Mc- Lain, Ed Eisele, Bill Barraclough, Bill Mast, Warren Livingston. Row 2: Robert Christian, . Joe Cole, Terry Muse, Jim Hill, Gus Zeller, Walter Mince. 59 MORTAR BOARD: Row 1: Pat Nardone, Gayle Gordon, Edith Sayre, Faye Folkins, Judy Clothier. Row 2: Janie Kay, Margie Barrie, Chickie Andrews, Marianne Gilbert, Darlene Robart, Sherman Miller, advisor. MORTAR BOARD EDITH SAYRE PRESIDENT Beginning its local chapter at the University of Arizona in 1926, Mortar Board, national senior women ' s honorary, has become an increasing influence on this campus. Encour- aging higher scholarship and intellectual stimulation, its 14 members and four advisors have worked to present the stu- dent body with such cultural treats as hearing a talk by Robert Frost, world renowned poet. Mortar Board ' s officers for this year were Edith Sayre, president; Jeanne Abromovitz, vice president; Anne Di- Cicco, secretary; Pat Nardone, treasurer; Gayle Gordon, scholarship; and Faye Folkins, historian. Edith Sayre and Marianne Gilbert look into the plans made for the appearance of noted poet Robert Frost. 60 CHAIN GANG: Row 1: Eddie Wilson, Jay Stuckey, Wally Spencer, Stanley Pugmire, Jerry Soma, William Gould, Mike Larriva, Jon Wardrip. Row 2: Pat West, Geof John, Jon Peek, Ted Bowen, Matt Hanhila, Matt Slobin, John Renner, James Sourant, Rich Feldheim. CHAIN GANG STAN PUGMIRE PRESIDENT The 25 members of Chain Gang, junior men ' s honorary, act as hosts for visiting athletic teams and help with the supervision of the Homecoming parade. They also assist at the All-University Picnic at the end of Freshman Week. The organization consists of outstanding men of the Junior who are chosen on the b asis of scholarship, campus activities, and service to the school. Officers for the school year were Stan Pugmire, presi- dent; John Ed Jeffries, vice president; and Richard Feld- heim, secretary. Just before a meeting of the 25-man Chain Gang organization, Jon Peek and Wally Spencer pose informally for the Desert. 61 CHIMES: Row 1: Diana Burk , Maydith Merz, Judy Anne Winter, Gorman, advisor; Joyce Van Reenen, Sonya Frampton, Gwynne Laurie Leavitt, Frances Wong, Gerri Finkelstein. Row 2: Shirley Barthels, Jeanne Merrill, Joan Johnson, Gwynne Cox. GWYNNE BARTHELS PRESIDENT CHIMES Chimes was established for the purpose of honoring those junior women who have shown continued interest in the advancement of the university through their service and leadership. This year, the 16 members of this organization, under the leadership of Gwynne Barthels, president, participated in many campus activities. One special event included the publishing of the booklet entitled If This were Your Last Lecture which contained names and information about pro- fessors on campus who were available to speak to the various living groups. Chimes also sponsored the annual Spring Sing. Other officers include Diana Burk, vice president; Judy Winter, secretary; and Sonya Frampton, treasurer. Busy working on plans for Spring Sing are Chimes members Laurie Leavitt, Francis Wong and Sue Pooler. SOPHOS: Row I: Len Copple, Ron Steers, Art Colangelo, Bill Hall, Palmer Schumacher, John Nielsen, Mike Pitts, Tom Tadano, Bill Barnes, Larry Hall, Dave Pretzer. Row 2: Jerry Hunt, Bill Suhonen, Jeff Ferguson, Nelson Lehman, Jim Williams, Bob Mills, Curt Beckman, Al Quezada, Bob Gordon, Dick Ribas, Casey Blitt, Len Karp, Carter Whatley. Row 3: Lance Long, Mike Dickson, SOH- OS Getting ready to serve as officials during the Greek Week Olympics are Bob Mills, Leonard Karp ,and Jim Sakrison. Ted Glattke, Doug Clark, Toby Teorey, Robbie Dicus, Charles Bergstrom, Jim Sakrison, Bob Kerrick, Jack White. Row 4: Louis Sands, Craig Starkey, Mike Kelly, Rick, Fried, Larry Stewart, Bill Heflin, Phil Edlund, Jim Jones, Monte Clausen, Bill Bradbury, Rusty Ewing, Ford Burkhart, Dave Hossler, Russ Nielsen. MIKE PITTS PRESIDENT The members of Sophos are announced each spring at the Men ' s Night Banquet. The outstanding men of the Freshman class are interviewed and are then voted on by the present members of Sophos. Leadership, scholar- ship and service are the requirements for membership in the national sophomore honorary. Sophos greet new freshmen and escort them to the various dorms. They also burn the " A " on the first Friday night of the school year, and supervise the painting of the " A- the next day. Mike Pitts presided over the 48 members with the assistance of Bob Mills, vice president and Len Karp, secretary-treasurer. Bob Mills served as president second semester. 63 Irene Carrillo, Gloria Kalil, Judy Loper, and Patti Veliz set up food to be served at a campus tea. SPURS CAROLYN PEIRCE PRESIDENT Spurs is the national sophomore women ' s honorary whose local chap- ter was established on the University of Arizona campus in 1937. This year having a total of 40 members, the group participated in almost all phases of campus activities to live up to their well-known motto " At Your Service.- To start their year, Spurs met frosh women as they arrived by planes and trains. During Freshman Week, they operated information booths, took part in the painting of the " A, " and served at the All-University picnic. Other activities for Spurs included hostessing at various campus functions, helping with registration, performing community projects, selling Kitty Kats, and writing Spur-o-Grams during their Founder ' s Day. Working closely with Carolyn Peirce, president; were Gloria Kalil, vice president; Judy Loper, secretary; Clare Terry, treasurer; Margie Tench, historian; Diane Mensch, editor; Linda ' rick, junior advisor; and Agnes Garner, advisor. Spurs are selected at Women ' s Day on the basis of scholarship, lead- ership, ability, and service to the University. 4 • SPURS: Row 1: DeeAnn Gray, Patsy Ackley, Barbie Srere, Susan Palmer, Linda Cotterman, Agnes Garner, advisor; Carolyn Peirce, Gage Dennett, Marianne Goodkin, Clare Terry. Row 2: Margie Tench, Kathy Stratton, Patti Allebrand, Olivia Parker, Carolyn Steil, Carole Haines, Joan Kantz, Connie Connelly, Sally Barie, Sarah Walker, Susie Dinsmore, Cha Keenen, Debbie Bacon, Gaile Kenyon. Row 3: Nancy Rhodes, Judy Loper, Patti Veliz, Diane Mensch, Gloria Kalil, Llew Howard, Tam Nelson, Ruth Ann Morse, Mary Helen Richardson, Linda Sheller. 64 TRADITIONS COMMITTEE: Row 1: Darrel Fisher, Bob Lynch, John Whatley, Marcia Marshall, Barry Herlihy, Roy Stonecipher, Mike O ' Harro. Row 2: Alan Hershey, Bill Estes, Dave Hossler, Rich Feldheim, Jim Sakrison, Happy Griffith, Ed Stuckenhoff. Row 3: Corky Olsen, Bill Barraclough, Dick Hamilton, Jon Peek, Doug Dunipace, Richard Dow. TRADITIONS COY MITTEE Promoting school spirit in handling its rallies and special events on campus is the 25-man Traditions Committee guided by Barry Herlihy, president, and John Whatley, secretary-treasurer. During the year, this committee, whose members are selected by special appli- cations and interviews, collected Freshman Class dues, managed " A " Day events, took care of card stunts at the football games, and produced a " Wildcat " for the student body. Working with the Traditions Committee are the Rally Committee under the chairmanship of Dick Hamilton and the newly formed Wilbur Committee. BARRY HERLIHY PRESIDENT WILBUR COMMITTEE: Ed Stucken- hoff, head; Linda Handelman, Jay Rubi- now, Mickey Turken, Rick O ' Connell, Buddy Moening. 65 BARBARA KUMMER PRESIDENT Carole Suckafoose, Donna Thatcher, and Faye Folkins help frosh Nancy Hale move in dorm. WRANGLERS Serving as the independent women ' s honorary and service organization on campus is Wranglers, headed by Barbara Kummer, president. Working with her are Donna Thatcher, vice president, Kathy Dodge, secretary, Fay Folkins, treasurer, and Vicki Steinberg, AWS representative from the group. Taking scholarship, leadership, and willingness to work into considera- tion during selection of new members, these 46 women help all students, new and old, to become better acquainted with the University. Wranglers has taken special part this year in Freshman Week, Blood Drive, AWS Dance, and the Homecoming festivities. WRANGLERS: Row 1: Sylvia Payette, Flora Barker, Bobbye Millsap, Barbara Ewal, Elizabeth Chase, Margie Wagner, Joyce Everett. Row 2: Elizabeth Carley, Celia Sepulveda, Joyce Van Reenen, Mary Lou Purdy, Sandra Selover, Jackie Smith, Chris Troller. Row 3: Barbara Kummer, Faye Folkins, Paulette Lind- loff, Betty Murphy, Zona Davis, Emily Carpenter, Marsha Smith. 66 PassItomMittiMeminall 0111 %ft lift smogs sr akw 6.1.11 aft 1%1111 Oft INLIO 1041 Iktte arenana r otat toilm eree 040 Stift Orameals Ism mha. 140,41m. a4-.c. on zugt mai nes ikmaimmil km.trm•VMMISWANO olt4 ..ata WO tap 411ii. nomingra IWO MI wino r 1111111111 16 " . arrisw fon.W. 2 ' 1W me-a wa.:17i 0.1.4 Art major takes a good look at new gallery addition. ART , fo., a 1r .44. itolt;q!-• .0-11 inc:06•A;i4iNir The combined beauty of art and flame are displayed in darkness. The Kress Collection offers quiet beauty for the thoughts of a student. The University of Arizona Art Gallery is open to both students and Tucson residents, giving them the opportunity of familiarizing themselves with Euro- pean and American art work. The fundamental bases of style, technique, and essential naturalism of the Renaissance period as por- trayed by Crivelli, Carpaccio, and Tintoretto are on display in the Samuel H. Kress collection of European art. The University Art Gallery, due to the addition of a second Kress Collection last year, is now the location of the largest Kress Collection in the United States. It includes twenty-six works of the fifteenth century painter Fernando Gallego, including the major portion of the Retalbo. At its founding this collection was the world premiere public exhibition of these paintings since they were recovered from a cathedral after the Spanish War of Independence. Contemporary a nd European Art are emphasized in the Edward Joseph Gallagher III Memorial Collection. The value of the gallery as a cultural educator is certainly unlimited when one considers the many students that pass through daily and observe the displays. 68 69 DRAMA Under the able leadership of Dr. Peter Marroney, the Drama Depart- ment produced five plays this year. The Lariat Theatre, UA ' s theatre in the round, produced two plays, Charley ' s Aunt, and The Little Foxes, The other productions this year were: The Visit, Antony and Cleopatra, Look Home- ward Angel, A Touch of the Poet, rind Kismet. Assisting in all the productions were: Robert C. Burroughs, art director; John E. Lafferty, technical director; Susan J. Gullgerg, costuming; Mary Wood, department secretary; Robin Coon, Glenn Andrews, Louis Pigott, graduate assistants. Peter Marroney, director and head of the department of Dramatic Arts since 1941, received his MA degree at the Uni- versity of Iowa after four years of study at the University of Oklahoma. He has been on the staff at the UA since 1939. THE VISIT Hoebauer Peter Bruckelman Helmesberger Rory Donohue Wechsler Larry Alex Vogel Harold Ellison Painter Sam Green Station Master Whitney Lynn Burgomaster Phil McCoy Teacher Alphonse Apalatequi Pastor Robert Hurwitt Anton Schill Max Jacobs Claire Zachanassian Susan Bloom Conductor Mike Grando Pedro Cabral Bill Daniels Bobby Cody Bernard Policeman Louis Pigott Mike Dennis Blakemore Max Fred Sharwell First B lind Man Carlos Bustamante Second Blind Man Edward Rice Athlete Stephen Friedland Frau Burgomaster Veronica Horner Frau Schill Marilyn Morton Daughter Mary Patterson Son Larry Keith Dr. Niisslin Jared Fey Truck Driver Robert Jones 70 KISMET Imam of the Mosque Larry Barker Muezzins Larry Barker Robert Stringham Fred Anderson Lewis Phelps First Beggar Brian Donohue Second Beggar Rory Donohue Third Beggar Ed Sabbeth Dervishes David Gray Steve Heller Omar Scott Ross A Public Poet Philip Ewart Marsinah„ his daughter Darlene Robart Beth Mead Hassan-Ben Alberto Moore Jawan Louis Pigott Street Dancers and Slave Girls Sue Harris Mary Sayre Dottie Jones Dottie Wielang The Bangle Man Larry Barker Litter Bearer Mike Grando Police Chief John Mendel The Wazir of Police Donald Carpenter Lalume Kay Poore Linda Ward The Princesses of Ababu Patti Allebrand Stephanie Hoag Margery Thomas The Caliph Fred Anderson Maurice Staples A Peddler Brian Donohue A Servant Rory Donohue Princess Zubbediya of Damascus Phyllis Haskell Ayah to Zubbediya Carol Kirkpatrick Princess Samaris of Bangalore Gail Goodman Ayah to Samaris Judy Clothier Street Women Susan Carruth Billye Bloom Prosecutor Brian Donohue The Widow Yussef Sharla Fletcher 71 ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA Mark Antony Joe Jenckes Octavius Caesar Robert Hurwitt M. Aemilius Lepidus Joe Codomo Sextus Pompeius Steve Manley Dom itius Enobarbus Max Jacobs Ventidius Cody Barnard Eros Armando Aros Scarus John LaDue Dercetas Mike Grando Candidus Sam Green Mecaenas Steve Friedland Agrippa John Gaines Dolabella Alberto Moore Proculeius John Lundin Thyreus Lonnie White Menas Reginald Bain Varrius Rory Donohue Euphonius Jared Fey A Clown Ed Rice Cleopatra Margo McElroy Emerson Octavia Marilyn Morton LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL Ben Grant Jeffery Ericson Mrs. Marie " Fatty " Pert Glorianne Engel Helen Gant Barton Marilyn Morton Hugh Barton Rory Donohue Eliza Grant Sally Roberson Will Pentland John Gaines Eugene Gant Harold Landon, Jr. Jake Clatt Steve Friedland Mrs: Clatt Barbara Berg Florry Mangle Sally Woolsey Mrs. Snowden Lynn Aspinwall Mr. Farrel Jared Fey Miss Brown Ramona Davis Laura James Martha Gibson W. 0. Gant Max William Jacobs Dr. Maguire Reginald Bain Tarkmington Brian Donohue Madame Elizabeth Sara Renaud Luke Gant Ronald Heiss 72 The highly selective voices of the University of Arizona ' s Symphonic Choir display their talents during one of their practices. SYMPHONIC CHOIR This year ' s Symphonic Choir, under the leadership of Dr. John H. Bloom, highlighted its year with an inspiring performance of Handel ' s Messiah at the fall vesper service. This was the forty-fourth consecutive year that the Messiah has been performed at the University of Arizona. The Choir, a precision group in every detail of harmony, is chosen at the beginning of every year from the finest voices at the University. Practicing five days a week, all year round, the members develop their abilities to a point of perfection reached by very few comparable singing groups in the nation. In March, the Symphonic Choir presented their annual school concert. In addition, the Choir made tours through- out the state. John Bloom, director of all choral activities at the Univer- sity of Arizona, is best known for his organization and direction of the University ' s Symphonic Choir. Having sung at the Chicago World ' s Fair in the Heidelberg Oc- tette, Dr. Bloom is himself an accomplished singer. 73 CE,ORALIERS The UA Choraliers, under the direction of Mr. Don Hardesty, rehearse weekly in order to attain top qualify in small group sing- ing. The Choralier ' s mixed voices represent the University by tra- veling to several local high schools and Tucson service clubs to entertain. CHORALIERS: Row 1: Laurie Barc, Nancy Stice, Susan Carruth, Darlene Robart, Kay Poore, Nancy Smith, Carol Kirkpatrick, Berry Mittendorf, Carolyn Payne. Row 2: Bob Stringham, Terry Anderson, Con Carpenter, Maury Staples, Fred R. Anderson, Phillip S. Ewart, Richard Curtis, Dean M. Estabrook, Phil Azelton. Preparing on Tuesday nights, the Choral Society participates in the Messiah in fall. CHORAL SOCIETY 74 SYMPHONY ORCHEST The University Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Henry Johnson, tours throughout the state and participates in annual spring and fall concerts. The group in conjunction with the vocal groups at the University of Arizona presents operas arid musical shows. The policies concerning rehearsals, concerts, awards, and social activities are planned by a council of student officers and the conductor. The programs consist of concerts of Ameri- can music in which many of the compositions are presented for the first time, and of standard classics which offer exciting musical experiences for intrumentals of all backgrounds. SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA STAFF: Herbert Poetal, vice- president; Judy Kooistra, secretary; Marian Sagar, librarian; Smith Reeves, president. Under the direction of Henry Johnson, the University Symphonic Orchestra begins a rehearsal for one of their many performances. 75 This year ' s drum major, Bob Plummer, along with Lana Gallup, Geraldine Montoya, Mary Dem- chak, Paula Welch, Susie Randolph, and Pat Clack, combined with the Marching Band to make the football halftime entertainment. Hours were spent in rehearsal to perfect the in- tricate routines performed by the majorettes. WILDCAT MARCHING BAND The Wildcat Marching Band is led by Director Jack Lee and Drum Major Bob Plummer, and is comprised of students who have the necessary ability to play the music which the band performs. Individual awards are given each year to the outstanding men and women in the band. The principal function of this organization is to furnish entertainment for many campus activities which include the UA, Phoenix, and Tucson rodeos. The most exciting function of the band is its precision performance at the UA football games. During the year, the band also makes numerous trips throughout the southwest, performing at out of town football games, and traveling to high schools to present entertaining assemblies. 76 Jack Lee, director of the Arizona Wildcat March- ing Band and the Symphonic Band, is a graduate of Michigan State University. He has had considerable expe rience in organizing precision bands. Lyle Koch has assisted Mr. Lee in teaching the band difficult maneuvers. Mr. Lee works with the band several hours for every show to perfect the intricate steps and forma- tions the band must perform. This year he created the " Flying-A " Formation to be used as a pre-game show. SYMPHONIC BAND The Symphonic Band, under the leadership of Jack Lee, is composed of students who are the outstanding members of the Wildcat Marching Band. Their activities included a tour of eastern Arizona. At Eastern Ari- zona Junior College, this group combined with the Symphonic Choir and organized a joint program. In addition the band presented a concert in February with the All High School Band and Chorus. 77 Complicated equipment aids in teaching through TV. RADIO TV This year the Radio-TV bureau completed its second season of broadcasting academic courses to be taken for credit under the continuing education program. Seen on Channel 6, KUAT, these pro- grams originate in Herring Hall which houses the bureau ' s facilities. Courses in techniques in radio and television writing, news editing, and production are available as a part of the curriculum. In addition, extension services are provided by the bureau and are carried on with the cooperation of station KUAT. Made ready by the students for distribution to commer- cial stations throughout the state are many tele- vision films and taped radio programs. Many of these films have been shown to school, civic clubs, and alumni groups. A radio announcer prepares to go on the air. 78 DEBATE During the 1960-61 season, forensics have played a large part in the activities at the University of Arizona. The forty-two stu- dents participating in this program have at- tended twelve tournaments and have jour- neyed to Arizona State University at Tempe for a practice session of non-decision debates. One of the highlights of the season was the new addition of Pi Kappa Delta, the largest of the speech fraternities. Twenty students and faculty members became charter members of the chapter. In addition to debate, members of the university ' s forensics squad competed at tournaments in discussion, extemporaneous speaking, poetry reading, and dramatic reading. Debate Team members display their methods of presentation. We debate. 79 _______ ____________________ ___________ - CO LEGE OF AGRICL DEAN HAROLD MYERS 11 UR, Dr. Harold Myers has been dean of the College of Agriculture since 1956. After receiving his Ph.D. in soil microbiology and chemistry at the University of Missouri in 1937, Dean Myers taught at Kansas State University. In 1943, he joined a six member team of workers for the State Department as an agriculture advis in the Middle East. The College of Agriculture, which was organized in 1890, differs from the other colleges in that its scope and activity serves the whole state. It has a county agent pro- gram in which every county agent is a part of the College of Agriculture. Agriculture today is a complex and specialized industry with a wide range of career opportunities. Graduates of the College of Agriculture may find employment in farming and ranching, research, services, education, business and industry, communi- cations, or conservation. The curriculum of agriculture is designed to meet the needs of students who desire a broad knowledge of agriculture as well as those who desire greater specialization. Included in the college is the Extension Service, the Agricultural Experiment Sta- tion, and Resident Instruction. This year there was renewed emphasis on making these three segments a more complete unit. Bachelor, master and doctor degrees are offered in any of sixteen fields. Alpha Zeta is the undergraduate agriculture honorary while Gamma Sigma Delta is open to seniors, graduate students and faculty. Alpha Tau Alpha is the honorary for undergrad- uate students in education. 82 Darrel S. Metcalfe is Director of Resident Instruction. This division coordinates the in- structional program and all academic activities involving the students and staff of the College of Agriculture. ,St721 E1111111 VEMIL Raw IPPOR=11=11,111101011111011M0 IF =III -AQJ ' " " .111111101111R741■11111■1111111 1=M=W=111 =IN DEPARTMENT HEADS: Row 1: R. W. Cline, G. A. Gries, D. F. McAlister, A. R. Kemmerer, K. K. Barnes, W. J. Pistor. Row 2: B. Taylor, L. Burkhart, L. A. Carruth, W. S. Phillips, A. P. Kurnick. Row 3: E. H. Pressley, A. L. Mc- Comb, R. E. Seltzer. JUDGING TEAM: Tom Glover, Bill Perkins, Paul Luellig, Jack Murphy , David T. Lenox, Jr., Larry Chrisco, W. J. Van Arsdell, coach. Hereford Bull — U.A. Colorado Mis- chief. Richard K. Frevert i§ Director of the Agricultural Experi- ment Station and heads re- search conducted in the fields of agriculture and home eco- nomics. He is also affiliated with experimental branches. John W. Pou is Director of the Extension Service, which is concerned with assisting Arizona residents in using the information from the various research projects that are car- ried on at the University. ANIMAL SCIENCE FACULTY: Row 1: L. W. Dewhirst, R. H. Diven, R. J. Trautman, A. A. Kurnick, A. Siegel, B. L. Reid, W. Kircher, W. S. Fleming, W. H. Hale. Row 2: E. A. Henthorn, M. G. Vavich, W. F. Mc- Caughey, M. Zaitlin, J. W. Stull, B: R. Taylor, A. R. Kemmerer, A. M. Lane. Row 3: J. P. A. B. Stanfield, M. E. Crawford, R. Hart- line, H. Norby, W. H. Brown, F. D. Rollins, A. J. Deutschman. Row 4: E. Watts, R. N. Davis, W. R. VanSant, R. E. Reed. 83 Paul Birkemeyer Mayer, Arizona Range Mgmt. Gerald Bishop Tucson, Arizona Agr. Econ. Rodeo Team Brian Bulley San Marino, Caiif. Agr. Econ. q5 FA, Sophos Traditions, AZ Scabbard Blade Elizabeth Chase Tucson, Arizona Home Econ. (pA, Phrateres Wranglers, WRA Wesley Fdn. Emory Crawford Spring Lake, Texas Agr. Econ. James Cloning Somerton, Ariz. Agriculture Aggie House Johnny Davidson Phoenix, Arizona Animal Science f,AE, Pre-Vet Club AGRICULTURE SENIORS 11 Richard Dill Blythe, Calif. Agr. Econ. ATS2 Scabbard Blade Barrick Griffith Los Angeles, California Animal Science Traditions Robert Joy Paramus, N.J. Horticulture Al ' P Ralph Kirkpatrick Honolulu, Hawaii Animal Path. IAE V.P. Swimming Team Judson May Kirkland, Arizona Entomology ISC, FFA Entomology Club V.P. Arthur Freytag Kennett, Mo. Botany BBB, AZ Ken Holbrook Patagonia, Arizona Range Mgmt. cprA Football Ali Karzy Kandahar, Afghanistan Horticulture Dan Klingenberg Tucson, Arizona Agr. Econ. APP, ASUA Rodeo Comm. Kenneth McFadden Holbrook, Ariz. Agr. Econ. Aggie House Rodeo Club Tom Glover Marana, Arizona Animal Science BOI1 Pres., IFC AZ Pres. Block and Bridle Alan Humphrey Tucson, Arizona Botany Sophos Xenia Kawchack Craig, Colo. Gen. Agr. David Lenox Tucson, Arizona Animal Science AZ, Block Bridle Ted McKinney Superior, Arizona Range Mgmt. Aggie House Jack Murphy Pedro Orozco Ralph Pomeroy Blair, Oklahoma Empalme, Sonora Chandler, Arizona Animal Science Soils Chem. Agr. Econ. Rodeo Club ISC, Band, ACS OX V.P. Block Bridle Orchestra Newman Club 84 William Saba Bisbee, Arizona Animal Science Rodeo Block Bridle Freeman Smith Superior, Arizona Botany Sophos AIME Jerry Smith Garrison Sposito William Warskow Frank Whitlow Roy Woodruff Tucson, Arizona Chandler, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Chandler, Arizona Coolidge, Arizona Dairy Science Agr. Chem. Range Mgmt. Animal Science Agr. Econ. II KA Pershing Rifles Agr. Econ. ARS Aggie Club Rodeo Club Lucy Yerger Yonkers, N.Y. Animal Science AAA, Chimes Mortar Board Aggie Club PLANT SCIENCE FACULTY: Row 1: J. Morello, P. N. Knorr, P. D. Keener, C. T. Mason, J. S. Folkner, S. Fazio, D. F. McAlister, A. L. McComb, R. R. Humphrey, W. I. Thomas. Row 2: P. B. Rowe, R. A. Perry, R. M. Turner, L. Burk- hart, R. B. Streets, W. P. Bemis, R. T. Ramage, D. D. Rubis, L. N. Wright. Row 3: R. F. Wagle, D. G. Wilson, F. Drouet, E. B. Kurtz, H. E. Ray, W. E. Bryan, M. H. Schonhorst, R. E. Dennis. Row 4: B. N. Freeman, D. Knipe, D. S. Black, K. C. Hamilton, A. A. Baltensperger. AGRICULTURE FACULTY. Row 1: J. M. Stewart, G. P. Wright, G. W. Campbell, W. L. Nutting, F. G. Werner, I. H. Corrie, W. H. Fuller, G. Kester, S. W. Buol, N. Raica. Row 2: W. E. Larson, L. R. Amburgey, J. McClelland, G. E. Mad- dox, R. M. Jorden, G. D. Butler, A. G. Nelson, K. K. Barnes, J. S. Hill, R. W. Cline. Row 3: G. E. Hull, W. T. Welchert, S. D. Resnick, M. H. Riggs, G E. Draper, H. V. Smith, R. E. Seltzer, C. A. Wilmot, W. W. Pawson, .R. C. Angus. Row 4: C. C. Cable, F. Wiersma, C. D. Edmond, C. 0. Stanberry, R. H. Conn, H. R. Baker, J. Burnham, J. S. Hillman, R. H. Maier, L. U. Cockroft. 85 SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS DR. RUTH HALL Dr. Ruth Hall, director of the School of Home Economics, received her bachelor ' s degree in Home Economics at Ohio State University and her master ' s and doctor ' s de- grees at Purdue University. Before coming to the University of Arizona, Dr. Hall taught Home Economics at Michigan State University, Ohio State University, University of Tennessee, Purdue, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Colorado. The School of Home Economics, a part of the College of Agriculture, includes five main divisions: Home Economics Education, Child Development and Family Re- lations, Clothing, Textiles and Related Arts, Family Economics-Home Management, and Foods and Nutrition. Seniors majoring in each of these areas live in the Home Manage- ment residence for six weeks as a laboratory group. The new and modern Home Ec onomics Building, completed in January of 1960, has three floors and is equipped with facilities for research and laboratories, plus an auditorium and seminar room. The principle research projects being conducted now include: Nutrition, Child Development, Housing, and Family Economics. Majors offered in the School of Home Economics include: Apparel Design, Gen- eral Clothing, Interior Decoration, Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Promotion, Food and Nutrition, Restaurant Management, to name a few. There are 500 students majoring and minoring in Home Economics. Alpha •0micron is the Home Economics honorary. Carol Cantey Judy Davis Gloria Garcia Janet Hanson Jan Joseph Judy Matson Judith McConnell Birmingham, Van Nuys, Douglas, Arizona Juneau, Alaska Lone Pine, Mill Valley, Winnetka, Ill. Alabama California Nutrition Home Econ. California California Interior Design Interior Design Merchandising Wranglers, Los AO, Ski Club Home Econ. Home Econ. AAII, WRA X.S2, INSID no, BO. AB Universitarios AAA X52, Desert CAV, NSIB Home Econ. Club College Brd. Mermaids, WRA HOME ECONOMICS SENIORS Elizabeth Birong, advanced sewing instructor, shows Sandy Neese how to put a hem in a new fall jacket. Laura Osgood Maria Pagano Katherine Pessin Georgeanne Judy Wood Mona Wright So. Pasadena, Los Angeles, Mountain View, Walsh Sierra Madre, Roll, Arizona California California California Tucson, Arizona California Home Econ. Merchandising Interior Design Food Nutrit. Home Econ. Food Nutrit. AAA, BO Sec. AAA SUAB Canterbury Club AAII AXS1 Desert College Brd. Ski Club 87 The modern design of the Home Economics Building is an attractive addition to the growing University campus. Sarah Gallegos makes Christmas Cookies in one of the new, fully equipped Home Economics laboratories. HOME ECONOMICS FAC- ULTY. Row 1: Ruth Allen, Beatrice Kline, Catherine Adams, Wilma Johnson, Helen Church, Alice Books, Bessie Ruley, Frances Stromberg. Row 2: Faye Jones, Elizabeth Birong, Mary Wook, Ethel Thompson, Mary Kight, Mil- dred Jensen, Alida Hotchkiss, Agness Hartnell, V. A. Chris- topherson. 88 PU • COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND LTC A-MINISTRATION DEAN SHAW LIVERMORE Under the direction of Dean Shaw Livermore, approximately seventeen per cent of the enrollment of the University constitutes the College of Business and Public Ad- ministration. Dean Livermore received his bachelor ' s degree at Dartmouth and his mas- ter ' s degree at Columbia. Before joining the University of Arizona faculty in 1957, Dr. Livermore had been on the faculties of both Buffalo and Cornell Universities. Established in 1934, the College of Business and Public Administration, a full member of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, offers degrees in the departments of accounting, business administration, economics, marketing, secre- tarial studies, and sociology. The college also offers extensive professional training in secretarial studies combined with courses in business administration. The Graduate College offers advanced degrees in accounting, as well as in business administration, and public administration. In addition, business-law and engineering-business students are enrolled in the BPA College. Finance, foreign trade, government service, and social administration are examples of the varied majors included in the BPA program. Also attached to the college is the Bureau of Business and Public Research, which published The Arizona Business and Economic Review, a report on current de- velopments in industry and commerce. The national scholastic BPA honorary is Beta Gamma Sigma which is composed of the upper ten per cent of the graduating seniors whose cumulative average for seven semesters is a 1.8. 89 DEPARTMENT HEADS: Dean S. Livermore, P. G. Hudson, H. I. Langen, R. V. Call, L. A. Meyers, R. A. Mulligan. BPA STUDENT COUNCIL. Row 1: Beverly Padway, Diana Dunn, Barbara Randall, James Ferguson, Charles Gildersleeve. Row 2: Michael Duffy, Terry Donnelly, John Knowlton, Charles Bliss, Robert Feldman, Lorna Johnston. BPA FACULTY: Row 1: J. Hambenne, G. Learning, P. Green, Toland, B. Aston, B. Carnevale, R. Riggs, V. Boland, A. Schmidt, L. Anderson, G. Gifford, R. Marshall, S. McCleneghan, R. Mulli- J. Frikart. Row 3: R. Mahar, S. Shoults, H. K. Martin, S. Baker, gan, L. McCoy, J. Officer. Row 2: D. Klaiss, J. H. Denton, F. E. Kouri, N. Roos, J. Weston, R. Kidwell, H. Langen, P. Wilson. 90 David Abbott Jay Alderson Dustin Allred Tucson, A rizona Tucson, Arizona Safford, Arizona Retailing Accounting Real Estate AZqs, Sophos Chain Gang ASUA, AK Ismael Almada Elmer Andersen Robert Anderson Guaymas, Sonora Omaha, Neb. Glendora , Calif. Mexico Gen. Business Personnel Mgmt. Gen. Business cpKx1, A2 ' ,I1, ISC Junior Council Diane Austin Charles Bliss Jerry Blot Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Sec. Studies Gen. Business Accounting KKI ' A II, SAM V.P. Soph. Honors Jr. Honors Gary Basket Endwell, N.Y. Personnel, Ind. Relations AK BPA SENIORS Sheldon Broder Tucson, Arizona Accounting AKA Treas. Thomas Browning James Brush Joe Bulkeley Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Gen. Business Foreign Trade Real Estate Pershing Rifles AXA, AK Alcb Baseball Mgr. Sophos, ASUA Ski Club Pres. Insurance Club David Burns Boyd Carpenter Douglas Chapman Waterbury, Conn. Goleta, Calif. Houston, Texas Gen. Business Prod. Mgmt. Gen. Business TA0 IIKA V.P., SAM AlAt Pres. James Chappel Paul Chuppa Terence Clark Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Finance Prod. Mgmt. Gen. Business AK , AcbI2 q5E, AK EN Pershing Rifles IFC, ASUA SAM SUAB Nadine Cloudt Harold Cole Don Collier Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Globe, Arizona Economics Prod. Mgmt. Foreign Serv. AAA, BI ' ? ' , TAO, ASME AIR V.P. Spurs SAM, Hillel German Golf Team Ira Cook Jim Corbet Eva Cola Tucson, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Accounting Personnel Mgmt. Gen. Business 131 ' 1 ' 1X Pres. IFC Sophos, Chain Gang, Traditions Louis Crowder John Walter Sergio Cuellar Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Cananea, Sonora Gen. Business Gen. Business Marketing OA Pres. ISC SUAB, Sophos Newman Club Bobcats, Ali BPA SENIORS During classes, halls of the BPA College provide solitude for a student before he must face the hectic class change. Donald Curry Richard Darling Frances Dehlinger Tucson, Arizona Bath, Maine Tucson, Arizona Prod. Mgmt. Marketing Sec. Studies OX WRA, Newman Marketing Club Club Ronald Dewey Gerald Diddy Deno Dikeou Aliquippa, Pa. Perry, Iowa Denver, Colo. Prod. Mgmt. Personnel Mgmt. Real Estate 0E, AK AXA opPA SAM Wayne Douglas William Dunphy Ronald Dvorak Glendale, Ariz. Precott, Arizona La Grange Park, Accounting Accounting Illinois Arnold Air Soc. AK4 ' Personnel, Newman Club Ind. Relations SAM 92 Harry Eastlick Lloyd Eisele Robert Encinas Yuma, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Accounting Ind. Relations Gen. Business ATS2 Treas. EX, Pres. Baseball Blue Key, Chain Gang, Sophos Zeta Ernenwein Leonard Estrada John Fahey Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Marketing Personnel, Gen. Business A, Ind. Relations Young Rep. Pershing Rifles Marketing Club Scabbard Blade James Ferguson Tucson, Arizona Prod. Mgmt. AoS2 ASUA, SAM ISA Pres. Joanne French Tom Freyer Safford, Arizona Milwaukee, Wis. Social Admin. Marketing Debate Team AK Pistol Team BPA SENIORS Three girls busily transcribe their shorthand in one of the many rooms equipped with new business machines. John Ghio Maywood, Calif. Economics AT Charles Gildersleeve Tucson, Arizona Bus. Admin. BPA Student Council Tom Gordon Tucamcari, N.M. Ind. Relations A TC2, AK+ (154; ak (1-11111-, Ralph Gormley Michael Green Carole Greene Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Advertising Gen. Business Personnel, AX Sec. SAM Ind. Relations q5A Phrateres Wranglers Barbara Hamilton David Hanna Edmond Harris Palo Alto, Calif. N. Hollywood, San Francisco, Personnel Mgmt. California California AXS2 V.P. Prod. Mgmt. Marketing EAE, EAE, Ali SAM RIL, Greek Week 93 James Harte Pittsfield, Mass. Personnel Mgmt. Newman Club SAM Terrence Hayden Yuma, Arizona Foreign Trade Cheerleader Wesley Fdn. Wrestling Barry Herlihy Gordon Hext San Marino, Calif. Saginaw, Mich. Prod. Mgmt. Gen. Business ATS2, ASUA Traditions Pres. Scabbard Blade Penelope Higgins Tucson, Arizona Sec. Studies AAII, WRA James Hill Phoenix, Arizona Finance OA, AK Sophos, Chain Gang, Blue Key Lin ford Hines Tucson, Arizona Advertising AAI, Newman Club, Pershing Rifles Larry Hoffman Parker, Arizona Gen. Business AX Baseball Ernest Hoffman Tucson, Arizona Gen. Business Frances Holly Sunnyvale, California Gen. Business ASUA Ski Club, WRA Vernon Richard Howe Housewright Coquille, Oregon Karnak, Illinois Accounting Correctional Adm. Sociology Club Corinne Huber Tombstone, Ariz. Real Estate PAX Charles Humphrey Phoenix, Arizona Prod. Mgmt. EX, AK Phillip Hurley Tucson, Arizona Social Admin. John Jacka Phoenix, Arizona Area Development Special Events Donald Jackson Schenectady, New York Business SAM, Choir Arthur Jacobs Tucson, Arizona Gen. Business Newman Club SAM Lorna Johnston Wes Johnston James Jordan Douglas, Arizona Tolleson, Arizona Blythe, Calif. Gen. Business Prod. Mgmt. Gen. Business FAX l ' AE AX Wranglers Football BPA SENIORS Rod Wyse appears deserted in one of the many, large BPA lecture rooms. 94 Barbara Kalil Tucson, Arizona Advertising Ao Pres., PAX Newman Club Harlean Kaufman Frederic Kay Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Marketing—Ret. Gen. Business AE Sec., 1960 Desert Editor Marketing Club Larry Kay Phoenix, Arizona Personnel Mgmt. T. Pres. Sociology Club Pre-Law Club Rae Kenworthy Benson, Arizona Retailing III3q) Pres. PAX Marketing Club Mervin Kolb Phoenix, Arizona Accounting ZBT Traditions Karen Kooistra Akron, Ohio Marketing KAO, PAX Marketing Club Jerry Lederer Tucson, Arizona Personnel, Ind. Management TAO Sociology Club Charles Long Phoenix, Arizona Insurance SAM Louis Maraschiello Tucson, Arizona Advertising BP Genoveva Matatquin Manila, P.I. Social Work ISC, Newman Club Brent Moody Safford, Arizona Gen. Business cbrA, AK Scabbard Blade ASUA, SUAB Terrell Muse Tucson, Arizona ¢TA Treas., AK Sophos, Chain Gang, Blue Key BPA SENIORS Jack Lee Towners Grove, Illinois Marketing, Sales Management AFII Fred Lopez Tucson, Arizona Accounting Newman Club Pershing Rifles Morgan Masner Boise, Idaho Marketing Keith Matyas Chicago, Ill. Gen. Business Football Marketing Club Michael Moore Tucson, Arizona Gen. Business 0A0 Advertising Club Vernon Nicholas Mesa, Arizona Gen. Business AE Golf Team Sophos Robert Lippelt Tucson, Arizona Accounting Robert Lopez Tucson, Arizona Prod. Mgmt. Newman Club Choir Harvey Maslin Tucson, Arizona Government ZBT, SUAB Chain Gang Traditions Rod McDougall Phoenix, Arizona Pre-Law IX V.P. A K‘I, David Murray Emmett, Idaho Gen. Business Ant Pres. IFC, IFPC Donald Oliver Auburn, N.Y. Personnel, Ind. Management Ar,11 Sec. 95 Lee Olsen Carl Osterman Katharine Payne Robert Pettijohn Elvin Pierson Edward Prieve Judith Query Phoenix, Arizona Kingman, Ariz. Honolulu, Hawaii Lynwood, Calif. Bisbee, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Prod. Mgmt. Gen. Business Govt. Service Gen. Business Gen. Business Personnel Mgmt. Advertising ATt2 _MI Pres. l ' opB Pres. Aril Scabbard Blade Newman Club AOH Pres., PAX Marketing Club Spurs Treas. Orchesis Pres. SAM BPA SENIORS Ted Raynolds Dennis Richmond Frank Riggs Arkansas City Orange, Calif. Indianapolis, Kansas Gen. Business Indiana Personnel, AE Prod. Mgmt. Ind. Relations AK Lt. Col. USAF Arnold Air Soc. John Ritzer John Rodi Sidney Rosen Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Business Econ. Accounting Accounting Marketing Club ZUT, ¢1-1I, Bl ' I Newman Club Sophos, Chain Gang, Bobcats Robert Rouse Frank Sailer William Sargeant Yuma, Arizona Milwaukee, Wis. Salt Lake City, Accounting Prod. Mgmt. Utah ATS2 Treas. Kg, ASUA Finance Newman Club AELI, Pre-Law Club V.P. William Satterlee William Sawyer John Schatters Akron, Ohio Long Beach, Tucson, Arizona Marketing, Sales California Marketing, Sales Management Advertising Management SAM, Wesley AXIL AK , SAM Foundation Newman Club Mary Schmidt Thomas Schoch Joel Segal San Marino, Evanston, Ill. Tucson, Arizona California Marketing Area KK1 ' , WRA AT Development Desert Desert Photo Ed. Area Dev. Club Wildcat Marketing Club John Shea Marlow Sivertsen Arthur Smith Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tombstone, Finance Foreign Trade Arizona AEH, TUE K1, ASUA Transportation Newman Club AEII 96 Raymond Snailum Yuma, Arizona Gen. Business AX, Mkt. Club Pre-Law Club Ernest Sotomayer John Spear Tucson, Arizona Los Angeles, Foreign Trade California ASH, SUAB Accounting Mkt. Club ZB ' I ' Desert Cheerleader Rex Spears Bisbee, Arizona Accounting Kenneth Stelter Tucson, Arizona Economics Orchesis Campus Reb. Richard Strother Glendale, Calif. Marketing Mkt. Club Ronald Sullivan Long Beach, California Prod. Mgmt. AT, SAM William Switzer Wickenburg, Arizona Finance OE Pres. AK Terry Thomas Anaheim, Calif. Gen. Business SAE Douglas Unruh Corona Del-Mar, California Real Estate ol ' A, AK ' I ' Traditions Lloyd Wihorg Munster, Ind. Gen. Business ci,FA, Bobcats Sophos, AK‘I, Sr. Class Pres. Robert Wakeman Whittier, Calif. Gen. Business 0KO V.P. Ali , SAM Newman Club Robert Williams Prescott, Arizona Real Estate A 1:4, John Walker Tucson, Arizona Real Estate Karen Wittt Olney, Illinois Sec. Studies AAA Warner Westmont, Ill. Prod. Mgmt. ASH, Mkt. Club Lilrrnii Yettak Mt. Morris, Michigan Gen. Business ASH Washburn Studio City, California Sec. Studies 11130 John Zylks Rodess, La. Accounting Richard Wessman Raymond White Lake Forest, BPA Illinois Foreign Trade AS0, Ski Club Pershing Rifles BPA SENIORS The Bureau of Business and Pub- lic Research serves as study room as well as valuable data resource. 97 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEAN HOLLIS A. MOORE, JR. Dean Hollis Moore, Jr. obtained his AB degree from Baylor University in 1946 and his doctor ' s degree in Education at the University of Texas in 1953. He has also attended Brown University. Dean Moore has been a junior high school social studies teacher, a high school dean of boys, and the associate editor of " The Nation ' s Schools. " Just before joining the UA staff as dean of the College of Education in 1960, he was the executive secretary of the Committee for the Advancement of School Administration. Dean Moore has also been a visiting lecturer during summer sessions of Nortwestern University, the University of Nebraska, Arizona State College at Flagstaff, the University of Denver, Stanford University, and the University of Virginia. Dean Moore is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, an honorary fraternity in education; the Arizona Education Associa- tion; the National Education Association; and the American Association of School Administration. The College of Education offers students six degrees: the Bachelor of Arts or Science in Education; the Master of Education or Arts in Education; the Doctor of Education; and the Doctor of Philosophy in Education. Preparation is offered under-graduates for educational positions including teaching at the elementary or secondary levels, guidance and counseling, special education, measurement and research, and library science. Gra udate students may study educational administration in addition to the several special teaching, counseling, and research areas. The curriculum library in the college provides samples of texts, children ' s literature, and ' study guides from the first 12 grades. Other college facilities include the measurement and statistics lab for students ' use, a diagnostic clinic available to the staff, and a Reading Development Center at 1033 Park Avenue. 98 EDUCATION FACULTY: Row 1: Oliver Garretson, Robert Crowder, Victor Kelley, Jacob Hunt, Milo Blecha, Robert Calmes, Crowell, Ruth Strang, Emil Larson, Amelia Melnick, Daniel John Haberland, Donald Bentz, Harvey Christensen, and Melvin Davies, Mary Bell, David Smith, Jerald Reece, Curtis Merritt, Rhodes. Paul Danielson. Row 2: Emil Gavlak, Harold Richey, William EDUCATION SENIORS Elizabeth Max Allen LaDonna Anderson Alexander Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Spanish History Elem. Educ. Wesley Found. KAO Pres. IlBcp, BAB Arnold Air Soc. Spurs, Chimes, Porn Pon Girl AAA, 11A0 Mottle Andrews Nancy Babel Bette Jo Barber Cottonwood, Ariz. Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Social Studies Elem. Educ. Kind-Prim., AI ' Pres., AAA KKU Pres. 1 ' 013, NEA Spurs, Chimes Spring Fiesta Eng. Queen Mortar Board Queen Finalist Finalist Flora Barker Marjorie Barrie William Beaver Tucson, Arizona Palos Verdes Sunland, Calif. Elem. Educ. Estates, Calif. Phys. Educ. Wranglers Social Science KX Newman Club KAO AWS Pres., Chimes Mortar Board William Beckman Kay Beddo Charlene Behrns Yuma, Arizona Marana, Arizona Colo. Springs, Elem. Educ. Education Colo. Canterbury Club Wranglers, WRA Educ. Speech KAO, 2:All Public Rel. 99 Shauna Bell Brenda Bowker Patricia Kingman, ArizonaYuma, Arizona Sunland, Calif. Elem. Educ.Elem. Educ. Phys. Educ. ...11 ' , AA1-1, TI3I:, IDC Rodeo Queen Social Life ASUA Pub. Rel. Finalist, ' 57Band Committee Jean Braun Connie Brightman Nancy Briscoe Tucson, Arizona Glendale, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Newman Club ..XI ' , Rally ... I ' , HAO SNEA Committee, NEA Orchestra Vera Marie Brown Jane Carey Elizabeth Carley Bellevue, Michigan Long Beach, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Bus. Educ. Kind-Pri. Educ. Education IIMI, Sec. 1130, Jr. Wranglers Wranglers Honors, AWS Wesley Fdn. Committee Leslie Carrillo Barbara Cason Roland Cesarini Tucson, Arizona Douglas, Arizona Brockton, Mass. Phys. Educ. Phys. Educ. History Treas. French Club " A " Club V.P. Mgr. Swim Team WRA EDUCATION SENIORS Ruth Ann Lubbers studies in an empty hall while waiting to attend one of her classes. 100 Jo Christensen Robert Clements Judy Clothier Silver Bell, Yuma, Arizona Duncan, Arizona Arizona Phys. Ed. Elem. Educ. Prim. Educ. EAE, Sophos .XI ' , Spurs, ASUA AAII Sec. Bobcats Pres. Sec., Chimes, AAA SNEA Chain Gang Mortar Board Carolyn M. Cooper Lynn Cornett Lois Corpe Denver, Colo. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Elem. Educ. Phys. Educ. Elem. Music HBop, NEA Track, Cross TBE, SNEA Wildcat Country MENC, Band Orichestra Patricia Lynne Dailey Beverly Cunningham Lincoln, Neb. Danenhauer Tucson, Arizona Phys. Educ. Clifton, Arizona Business Educ. XP, ASK Elem. Educ. HMI, UBEA Quadrille Team AX12, SNEA SNEA WRA, " A " Club WRA Dean Del Favero Anne DiCicco David Doerrer Clifton, N.J. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona German Elem. Educ. Phys. Educ. Newman Club F013, AA Track Marching Band Spurs, Chimes, Mortar Board EDUCATION SENIORS John Duran Marvin A. Dutt Ernest M. Evans Tucson, Arizona Bismarck, N. D. Tucson, Arizona Biological Sc. Phys. Educ. Phys. Science KE, Newman Blue Key OK, Fr., Jr. Club, Football Baseball Class Honors Wildlife Club Basketball Sharla Fletcher Faye Folkins Elizabeth Foster Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Music Educ. English History Wranglers, IDC ' A Phrateres Sec., Symphonic ' CBE, IIAO, EAII Choir Orchesis Judith Fowler Scottsdale, Arizona Elem. Educ. KKF Ronald Fritz Globe, Arizona Elem. Educ. Jacqulyn Frost Tucson, Arizona Phys. Educ. WRA, " A " Club Sec-Treas. M aj-M inor Club Diane Fuller Nancy Furlong Chrisina Gabusi Tucson, Arizona San Clemente, Clifton, Arizona Elem. Educ. California Kind-Pri. Educ. AAA A Elem. Educ. Newman Canterbury Club Wranglers V.P. 101 Rosemary Gala Gloria Gee Patricia Gibbons Tucson, Arizona Seattle, Wash. Phoenix, Arizona Phys. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. 13BB, KAO, WRA cb AO, WRA Pres. Mermaids " A " Club John Gleeson Sharon Gunrud Deane Hall Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Wellman, Iowa Phys. Educ. Elem. Educ. Mathematics A74,.. , Eoph. Polo Village Council Councilman Robert Hamlin Jane Harrison Susan Harrison Prescott, Arizona Santa Ana, Phoenix, Arizona Social Studies California English Newman Club V.P. Pri-Elem. Educ. A74,A Pres. IDC Treas. A..11I, SNEA TBE, " A " Club Sec. Earl Heckendorn Karen Helms Wiliam Hemmer Red Lion, Penn. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Biology Phys. Educ. Mathematics NEA, AEA, Maj-Minor Club Symphonic Choir ASEA WRA Bus. Mgr. " A " Club EDUCATION SENIORS Robert Henze Madelyn Hickman Sheila Hirschy Tucson, Arizona Ajo, Arizona El Cajon, Calif. Government Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. IRC V.P. PoB V.P. A.1.1, AWS Rep. Mermaids, WRA Rodeo Club Ray Hiscok Alta Ruth Hodges Sharon Hovland Grossmont, Calif. Bowie, Arizona Bricelyn, Minn. Phys. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. K2:, Track WRA, Asst. Wranglers AWS Rep. LSA Marvin Humble Kathleen Hurley Judy Hurt Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Los Angeles, Elem. Educ. Kind-Prim. Educ. California 11130, Traffic Elem. Educ. Court Sec. KAO, Mermaids Angel Flight WRA V.P. Bill B. Ismay Mary Jameson Joan Johnson Phoenix, Arizona Denver, Colorado Truth or Phys. Educ. Education Consequences, AX, ASUA V.P. .AI ' New Mexico Football, Chain Newman Club Elem. Educ. Gang, Blue Key 102 Patricia Keenan Marya Keeth Joan Kendall Henderson, Nev. Los Altos, Calif. El Paso, Texas Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Kind-Pri. Educ. Newman Club SNEA AAII, IIA0 NEA Spurs, NEA WRA Donna Klimpke Rosemary Knittel Beatrice Koelsch Tucson, Arizona Moorpark, Calif. Tucson, Arizona French Kind-Pri. Educ. Health AAA, H A.111 Al ' , HAG HAG SNEA Pistol Club Cercle Francais Harold Kopper Barbara Kummer Bob Lacagn ill a Tucson, Arizona. Tucson, Arizona Rochester, N.Y. Education 0A Phrateries Health cbA0 Wranglers Pres. SNEA History Club SUAB Admin. Committee Harry Jones Redlands, Calif. Phys. Educ. Anita Karnitz Gayle Kasulaitis Wauwatosa, Wis. Winslow, Arizona Elem. Educ. Government AAA Treas. Jr. Class Rep. Chimes Univ. Christians AWS V.P. EDUCATION SENIORS Don Butler looks over his assignment in the education library before another class. 103 EDUCATION SENIORS Sandra Foch signals when she hears a sound on the audiometric equipment. Charlene Lacy Lisette Lee Randy Lee Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Whittier, Calif. Kind-Prim. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. SNEA V.P. Ski Club WRA Paulette Lindoll Lucy Loevenhart Sara Jane Lohman Tucson, Arizona Highland Park, Glendale, Calif. Elem. Hue. and Illinois Kind-Pri. Educ. Social Work Elem. Educ. KKP V.P. ISC, Debate SUAB Skit Comm. Rel. Council Marilyn Jo Long Shelley Ludwig Fancy Maresh Redlands, Calif. Harvey, Illinois Blythe, California Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. SNEA AXS1 ..XP Mermaids WRA, SNEA Marcia Marshall Janet Mans Ruth McCaig Northfield, Ill. Yuma, Arizona El Paso, Texas Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Education KAO V.P. 1113o, EAT KKIT, EAI Traditions, Pom Spurs, WRA Pon Girl, WRA SUAB Julia McCoy Ray McCoy Arden McEuen Honolulu, Hawaii Rialto, California Safford, Arizona Elem. Educ. Education Education XS2, SNEA Baseball Jr. Council 104 EDUCATION SENIORS College of Education stenographer Pat Dean rearranges announcements. THEA1 anucer Sharon McIntyre Elizabeth Merino Jeanne Meyer Grafton, N.D. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona English Spanish Elem. Educ. XQ Pres., Spurs SNEA, Marshall Newman Club Chimes, Jr. Scholar, SUAB Class Sec. Sue Meyer Nancy Ann Moore Jan Mosher San Bernardino, Tucson, Arizona Wooster, Ohio California Prim. Educ. Phys. Educ. Phys. Educ. 1113q5, HAO A,I,K, Mermaids A0, NEA Student NEA WRA Board WRA Treas. Gracia Naujoks Eunice Nickols Anne Panknin Wilmette, Illinois San Manuel, Ariz. Tucson, Arizona Prim. Educ. Elem. Mus. Educ. Phys. Educ. con Maj.-Minor Club AWS Public Rel. WRA Soph. Council Anita Pfeiffer Marcia Phelan Carol Pierce Kayenta, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Scottsdale, Ariz. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Amerind Club XQ, SUAB Sec., Pres. Special Events SNEA Carol Pierce Doris Purcell Barbara Randall San Manuel, Ariz. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Kind.-Prim. Educ. Elem. Educ. Business Educ. Canterbury Club IIAO IISME SNEA, Young AEA Scholarship Student Religion Republicans Council Sec. 105 Gary Lee Redding Judith Reedy Tucson, Arizona Rapid City, S.D. Elem. Educ. Speech Student Rel. FOB, Spurs Council AWS Treas. Sr. Class Sec. Joan Reineke Los Angeles, California Phys. Educ. " A " Club Pres. AWS Rep. Gail Riggs Tucson, Arizona Biology KAO, BBB Spurs, SUAB Wildcat Pauline Roberge Frances Roberts Wayne Rodemeyer Waltham, Mass. Winkelman, Ariz. Fort Wayne, Ind. Phys. Educ. Biology History HA 0, K Pres., WRA, Rec. Sec. PEMM. Club Mary Roden Precott, Arizona Social Studies IDC V.P. Carole Rohde Fargo, N.D. Elem. Educ. KAO, 11A0 Mermaids SUAB Keith Runion Tucson, Arizona Elem. Educ. Wesley Fdn. Scabbard Blade Harriet Savite ' Denver, Colo. Drama Educ. KK1 ' Wildcat Sec. ASUA, SUAB Joan Schneider Dayton, Ohio Elem. Ethic. KAO, WRA Sportsleader Sandra Se lover Tucson, Arizona French Phrateres Wranglers AAA Celia Sepulveda Paul Spur, Ariz. Elem. Educ. Wranglers Newman Club EDUCATION SENIORS Students are amused by a comment injected by Mr. MacCready during his Speech II class. Sara Sheldon Sherrida Shepard Margaret Simpson Phyllis Slawsky Thad Smithey Sandra Stambach Ann Stevenson Chicago, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Fort Shafter, Edmonton Alberta,Tucson, Arizona Silver City,. Peoria, Illinois Elem. Educ. Elem. Educ. Hawaii Canada Social Studies New Mexico Pri. Ethic. KKF Wranglers AAA, WRA Elem. Educ. TBI Press. WRA Social Life Fresh. Coun. AE0 Spurs, Band NEA Pres. Assemblies NEA. Desert Jr. Council 106 Janet Struk Tucson, Arizona Education NEA, Young Republicans George Anne Tim Sullivan St. Sure Los Angeles, Honolulu, Hawaii California Elem. Educ. Phys. Educ. ALIT, Mermaids 1AE Blue Key Barbara Switzer Toledo, Ohio English AXI2 Mermaids, CAV Jr. Council Caroline Thomson Nancy Tollefson Winkelman, Flagstaff, Arizona Arizona Elem. Educ. History RAO AWS Desert Patricia Topolinski Lincolnwood, Illinois NSID Newman Club Frances Trumback Prescott, Arizona German AXI2 AAA, IIAO Howard Tschirhart Virginia Willcox, Arizona. Van Wagner Phys. Educ. Amenia, N. Y. AKA History WAA, History Club Nancy Voss Manitowish Waters, Wis. Elem. Educ. A XI2 Treas. Ski Club Nancy Ann Weeks Tucson, Arizona Kind. Elem. Educ. cb A Phrateres Ski Club, Rodeo Club, C.A.V. Anne Weinzapfel Marilyn Weyer Tucson, Arizona Westchester, Kind.-Pri. Educ. California KKF, ASUA Kind.-Pri. Educ. Orchesis, P.H. AXI2, BO Sec. Council NEA, Desert EDUCATION SENIORS William Larsen, Vicki Bell, Dr. England, and Jacque Brown participate in a graduate class. Gail Whitney Burbank, Calif. Elem. Educ. HBO Treas. WRA, HAO Mary Ellen Willey Joyce Williams Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pri. Educ. Education SNEA cbA Phrateres Angel Flight Perry Wolf Jean Woods Flagstaff, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phys. Educ. Elem. Music KAO, AAA, cbA0 WRA, Rodeo Club Symphonic Choir Barbara Yonan Tucson, Arizona Elem. Educ. NEA, Politics Club, Canterbury George Zeller Seattle, Wash. Government 107 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEAN THOMAS L. MARTIN, JR. Dr. Thomas L. Martin, Jr. has been dean of the College of Engineering since 1958. He received his bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees in Electrical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute, and in 1951 he obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree at Stanford University. He also attended Harvard-MIT Radar School. Dr. Martin taught at the University of New Mexico and Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute before joining the University of Arizona faculty in I 953 as head of the Electrical Engineering Depart- ment. The College of Engineering, established at the UA in 1890, offers Bachelor of Science degrees in seven major fields. These include: Aero-Space Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Mathematics, En- gineering Physics, and Mechanical Engineering. These areas also include graduate programs leading to the master ' s degree and the Ph.D. Numerous fields of specialized study offered to engineering students are made possible by controlled electives. A few of these special fields include: Automatic Data Processing, Electronics, Nuclear Engineering, and Numerical Analysis. A student Cooperative Program is open to students of sophomore, junior, or senior standing who have a 3.2 or better grade average. Under this program students attend school for six months and gain on-the-job experience by working in industry for six months. Recently, the Arizona Research Foundation gave the College a large magnet system for studying micro-wave ferrites. Enrollment in the College of Engineering this year was 1,461. 108 ENGINEERING FACULTY: Row 1: Howard Harrenstein, Neff, Jack Blackburn, Robert Baker, David Hall. Row 3: Maurice Donald Hawes, Richard Sloane, James Perry, K. Stanley Gale, Lagaard, Carl Buckman, Robert Bar nett, Jack Gaines. Row 4: Thomas Caldwell. Row 2: Edward Roberts, Edwin Titt, Richmond Arthur Gill and Keaton Keller. ENGINEERING SENIORS General Emil Lenzner graduated from West Point and received his Master of Science degree in communication engineering in 1930 at Yale. General Lenzner is the associ- ate dean for Special Programs in Engineering at the Univer- sity of Arizona. Matthew A jeman Tucson, Arizona Mech. Eng. ASME, TAS Joe Barbee La Feria, Texas Elec. Eng. AKA V.P, AIEE, IRE James Barber Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. TBH Pres., ASCE Scabbard Blade Rodeo Club - George Barr Richard George Bell Bisbee, Arizona Bartholomew Nogales, Arizona Civil Eng. Tucson, Arizona Electronics AT, ASCE Civil Eng. AIEE TBH KKK, ASCE Presb. Stu. Cen. -41Pio, 109 James Bennett William Bennett Phoenix, Arizona Globe, Arizona Agr. Eng. Civil Eng. ATtI ASCE ASAE John Benson Yuma, Arizona Mech. Eng. ATO, Chain Gang Blue Key Who ' s Who Alton Berard Gloversville, New York Electrical Eng. Larry Betts Robert Briggs Phoenix, Arizona Ajo, Arizona Electrical Eng. Electrical Eng. T.AE, TIME, SophosAlEE, IRE Chain Gang Chess Club Stu. Body Pres. Charles Buchheit Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. Jack Burns College Station, Texas Civil Eng. ASCE William Cosper Pima, Arizona Electrical Eng. AA Richard Carr Deming, N.M. Mech. Eng. ASME Nessim Daoud C airo, Egypt Mech. Eng. ISC Glenn Carter Florence, Arizona Civil Eng. ASCE Marion Darrow Jamestown, N.Y. Electrical Eng. James Cash in Glendale, California Civil Eng. ASCE Willard Davidson Disneyland, California Mech. Eng. AXA Cyril Chan Hong Kong, B.C.0 Civil Eng . ISC Scholarship Stanley Dea Globe, Arizona Civil Eng. IIAIE Pres. ASCE, TBII Edward Conway .Tucson, Arizona Mech, Eng. ASME Baptist Student Center Don Doehring Windsor, Illinois Electrical Eng. AIRE Steven Corrales Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. ASCE, Newman Club, Los Universitavios Mickey Doty Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. Fr. Honors AIEE, Arnold Air Society ek (111914) • 4,, ••■ John Duick Phoenix, Arizona Electrical Eng. ATIl James Fletcher San Gabriel, California Mech. Eng. AXA, ASME Ski Club John Edwards Colo. Springs, Colorado Eng. Physics Eq5E Scabbard Blade Wally Geniec Tucson, Arizona Aero Space Eng. ASME, IAS V.P. William Estes Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. IIKA, IFC ASCE, AT Scabbard Blade Ernest Greenway Tucson, Arizona Mech. Eng. IIKp, ASME Thomas Ewing Wadsworth, Ohio Electrical Eng. TBII, (kin SAM Thomas Hall Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. IRE, AIEE Pedro Fernandez Navojoa, Sonora Civil Eng. ASCE Frederic Finney Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. AIEE, IRE Roland Fleming Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. Joseph Heny-Parra Caracas, Venezuela Civil Eng. Newman Club ASCE, ISC Robert Heard Dave Heckler Carmel, California Santa Fe, N.M. Electrical Eng. Civil Eng. Inst. of SPA, TBII Radio Engrs. Sophos, ASCE DEPARTMENT HEADS: Lynn Weaver, A. Wayne Wymore, Paul Russell. ENGINEERING SENIORS David Hively Phoenix, Arizona Aero Space Eng. IAS FrOsh Track John LaBar Cadillac, Michigan Civil Eng. ASCE Sec. Barney Hunts Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. AX, LIME IRE, TBII Douglas Lapins Fresno, Calif. Mech. Eng. AT Pres. ASME, IFC Robert Johnson Phoenix Arizona Electrical Eng. TBII, IRE Nathan Levine Chelsea, Mass. Electrical Eng. IRE Hillel Fdn. Barry Meisels Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. TBII Wendell Johnson Phoenix, Arizona Eng. Physics AIEE Tom Maday New York, N.Y. Civil Eng. ASCE, OT Charles Meyers Royal Oak Mich. Electrical Eng. AIEE, IRE Archie Judd Benson, Arizona Civil Eng. ASCE John Marietti Morenci, Arizona Electrical Eng. cbrA, TIME Chain Gang Jerome Miller Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. E AIEE, IRE Michael Kafenhaus Tujunga, Calif. Electrical Eng. Aott, IRE Ted Martin Phoenix, Arizona Electrical Eng. IRE, BSU Co-op Stud. Roger Mills Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. Neil Keever Douglas, Arizona Electrical Eng. AKA Wesley Fdn. AIEE-IRE Floyd Maxwell Tucson, Arizona Electrical Eng. AIEE, IRE Bill Mitchell Phoenix, Arizona Mech. Eng. LIMA, OT ASME, SAE Peter Kertesz Budapest, Hungary Electrical Eng. TBII V.P. IDIE James McCoy Phoenix, Arizona Mech. Eng. ASME, SAM Engr. Coun. Rep. William Mitchell Roanoke, Virginia Electrical Eng. Marion McMahan Hamilton McRae Bowen, Illinois Midland, Texas Electrical Eng. Electrical Eng. AIEE orA Pres. Who ' s Who, IFC Pres., Bobcats 111 Wayne Moore Charles Moran Marvin Musgrave Prescott, Arizona Racine, Wis. Cisne, Illinois Civil Eng. Electrical Eng. Electrical Eng. ASCE AIEE q5EI, TRH AIEE, IRE Fareed Nader Mesa, Arizona Civil Eng. TBII, ASCE Ramblers, IDC Milton Naylor Dennis Nelson Phoenix, Arizona Long Beach, Electrical Eng. California A ' IT2, Scabbard Mech. Eng. Blade Pres. KY. Pres., ASME Bobcats Pres. David Olivarez William Olson Jerry Osborne Globe, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Casa Grande, Civil Eng. Electrical Eng. Arizona ASCE, Los ATSt Mech. Eng. Universitarios IRE, AIEE ASME Newman Club John Paquette James Pessin Jose Quiros Hillsborough, Prescott, Arizona Agua Prieta, California Civil Eng. Sonora, Mexico Civil Eng. ASCE Mech. Eng. 0 K ASME, ASTME BBM Eng. Council ENGINEERING SENIORS John Saurbier sets up a matrix multiplication problem on the analog computer as Jack Gunnels notes the results. ENGINEERING COUNCIL: Row I: Don Wright, Curt Clark- son. Row 2: Don Swindle, Duke Patterson, Phil Vosskuhler, Marylyn Schumann, Dave Hogan, and Jose Quiros. 112 Joseph Redmond White Plains, New York Elec. Eng. AIEE, IRE Don Schultze Sacramento, California Civil Eng. ASCE, LSA Pres. Jon Ridgway Safford, Arizona Elec. Eng. q5IIE, FHS Frank Scussel Phoenix, Arizona Mech. Eng. OX Pres. Allan Riker Tucson, Arizona Elec. Eng. Pershing Rifles IRE, ARRL Denis Shanahan Phoenix, Arizona Mech. Eng. IDC, ASME Theodore Roberts Wickenburg, Arizona Elec. Eng. IDC Pres. Student Life Jerry Roemtnelt Tucson, Arizona Mech. Eng. ASME Russell Rogers Tucson, Arizona Eng. TBH Pres. Mark Siegel Milwaukee, Wis. Mech. Eng. ZBT Pres. Traditions ASME, RIL, IFC Ronald Roth Van Nuys, Calif. Elec. Eng. AIEE, IRE Robert Steinebach Tucson, Arizona Engineering AIEE, IRE Band Richard Sherrill Kaveh Shuraii Coolidge, Arizona Rezaieh, Iran Mech. Eng. Civil Eng. ASME Pres. Marshall Stenton Donald Swindle La Habra, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Elec. Eng. Mech. Eng. AlE, IRE OT, ASME Jack Sykes De Soto, Mo. Elec. Eng. TBH, AIEE Gary Tesch Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. ASCE, LSA Pete Test Roy Van Pelt Prescott, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. Elec. Eng. ASCE OT AIEE, IRE Albert Vee Phoenix, Arizona Elec. Eng. IRC, IRE, CSC Phillip Vosskuhler Tucson, Arizona Elec. Eng. q5HE, AIEE, OT Eric Wasserman New York, N.Y. Elec. Eng. IRE Johnny Weaver McNary, Arizona OT, ASEE Scabbard Blade Larry Webb Kenneth Wehner Phoenix, Arizona Saginaw, Mich. Electronics Civil Eng. Ant ASCE Public Relations Kenneth Welty Tucson, Arizona Civil Eng. TBH Sec. ASCE Walter White Tucson, Arizona Elec. Eng. Herbert Willet Phoenix, Arizona Elec. Eng. MIT, 0111 TBH, Sophos Ronald Williams Bisbee, Arizona Civil Eng. OT Sec., ASCE Band Stephen Williams Columbus, Ohio Mech. Eng. ATA, ASME Robert Wong Flagstaff, Arizona Elec. Eng. AIEE, Choir Dan Yoder Phoenix, Arizona Civil Eng. ASCE Neal Young Tucson, Arizona Elec. Eng. IRE Ray Zimmerman Johnson City, New York Elec. Eng. IRE 113 CO LEGE OF DEAN SIDNEY W. LITTLE E ARTS As dean of the College of Fine Arts, Sidney W. Little heads the college that in- cludes the departments of architecture, art, speech, drama, and the School of Music, which together totals 816 students and 63 faculty members. Dean Little came to the University of Arizona with a bachelor ' s degree from Cornell University and a master ' s degree from Tulane University. He was previously dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at the University of Oregon, and be- fore that he taught architec tural courses at Alabama Polytechnical Institute and at Clem- son University in South Carolina. Dean Little is now an active Tucsonan as director of Tucson Regional Plan which supervises the development of metropolitan Tucson, and director of both the Tucson Festival Society and the Tucson Symphonic Society. The Fine Arts departments offer various extracurricular activities such as Readers ' Theatre productions, drama series, band, orchestra, and choral groups, to students who qualify. For student and public enjoyment the art department features special exhibits during the year, and the School of Music sponsors faculty and student recitals. The highlight of the Fine Arts year comes during the second semester when the production of a known musical is presented. This year the drama and music departments combined efforts to present Kismet. Degrees given to Fine Arts majors include Bachelor of Fine Arts in art, Bachelor of Arts in drama, speech, and music, and Bachelor of Architecture and Music. 114 SCHOOL OF ARCH_ Architecture, a five-year course, is designed to prepare students for a career as professional architects. The faculty is interested in the de- velopment and production of individuals with ideas and initiative as with architectural ability. The curriculum consists of a pre-professional phase covering the freshman and sophomore years at which time the student is given a gen- eral introduction to architecture, design, and basic science. A professional phase included in the last three years places a greater emphasis on architectural design. Advanced theory courses in structures, techniques and history act as a further resource to design. Architectural design is conducted on a case-method basis. Analysis and programming are considered especially im- portant during the professional phase. r TTURE ARCHITECTURE FACULTY: Edwin Wilmsen, Gordon Heck, Duane Cote, Guy Greene, Samuel Williams, Lionel Chadwick, Kirby Lockard, and Dean Sidney Little. FINE ARTS SENIORS Alphonse Linda Bassett Laurence Barker Apalatequi Fort Smith, Ark. Chandler, Ariz. Tucson, Arizona Music Educ. Music. Educ. Drama 1AI Sec. AE, cp1NIA NCP Symphonic Choir Sophos Nancy Lee Burks Hollie Christy Barbara Cleveland Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Holbrook, Ariz. Art Commercial Art Music Educ. APT Eec. KAO EAT, TB Sec. Desert, Band Publicity Lyle DeJong Corsica, S.D. Music Educ. Symphonic Choir Frederick Dorton Hector Espinosa Bath, Maine Nogales, Arizona Music Educ. Music Educ. KK , Band K K4 ' Pres. Orchestra Band Barbara Ewald Lois Fesko Carolyn Gibbs Tucson, Arizona Syracuse, N.Y. Long Beach, Music Art Educ. California q5A Phrateres APT Art Wranglers l ' cpB, APT ZAI Desert Art Ed. 115 SCHOOL OF DRAMA. With a present major enrollment of 93, the School of Drama is headed by Peter Marroney with the assistance of staff members: Robert Burroughs, set designer; Susan Gull- berg, costumes manager; John Lafferty, technical director; Channing Smith, technical assistant; and Dr. Pat M. Ryan Jr., history and critical analysis. Some of the major productions presented this year in- cluded: Look Homeward, Angel; Antony and Cleopatra; and The Visit. In February the music, drama, and dance depart- ments worked together to produce the musical Kismet. Five experimental plays were also given during the year. Among them was T. S. Eliot ' s highly controversial Murder in the Cathedral. DRAMA FACULTY: Row 1: Peter Marroney, Susan Gullberg, John Lafferty, Robert Burroughs. Row 2: Pat Ryan, Jr., Channing Smith. SCHOC A 0 ART By offering courses in ceramics, art, history and education, painting, sculp- ture, drawing, commercial design, il- lustration, ' graphics and crafts, the School of Art is able to award .Master of Arts degrees in art education and history, and Master of Fine Arts de- grees in studio practice. With an en- rollment of 307, the school is headed by Andreas Anderson. Many fine collections of interna- tional significance have been donated to the University. Among these are the Kress Collection of Renaissance Art, the American Collection, and the Ed- ward Joseph Gallagher, III Memorial Collection. ART FACULTY: Charles Littler, A. S. Anderson, Mark Voris, James Souden, Robert Quinn, Sheldon Reich, Eugene MacKaben, Maurice Grossman, John Cook, Douglas Denniston, Andrew Rush. FINE ARTS SENIORS Katherine Gleason Alice Hazard Brenda Holleran Auburn, N.Y. Tucson, Arizona Honolulu, Hawaii Speech Correction Music French Newman Club ITAcb, Wranglers 1AH French Club Lynn Keyes Pat Kirkpatrick Althea Levine Los Altos, Calif. Tucson, Arizona West Hartford, Art Educ. Music Educ. Connecticut KAO AI, MENC Music Symphonic Choir IAI, Band Orchestra Samuel Morrison Mona Mouton Eileen Leesville, La. Tucson, Arizona Oberteuller Speech Correction Speech Correction Tucson, Arizona AH V.P. XA IT Applied Art it 116 FINE ARTS SENIORS Barbara Pismo Western Springs, Illinois Art AXSt Treas. CAV Co-Chair. Raima Roper Phoenix, Arizona Commercial Art KAO, APT Mermaids, Pom- Pon Girl Vonna Thompson Casa Grande, Arizona Music Educ. TB V.P., Band AI, MENC Kathleen Poore Tucson, Arizona AI Sec. Wesley Fdn. Francis Ross Hollywood, Calif. Drama Ro deo Club Newman Club Diane Vance Tucson, Arizona Commercial Art Spurs, WRA Cheerleader Angel Flight Andrew Reeves Atlantic City, New Jersey Music Educ. KK‘P, q5 MA Orchestra Mkrianna Stadelman Mason City, Iowa Music Educ. AI, MENC Ona Washburn El Paso, Texas Speech AAA DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH The courses offered in the Department of Speech are designed for students preparing for a career in speech correction, hearing consultation, speech education, radio announcing, public speaking, or for those wishing to major in speech for the cultural advantages offered. Guided by Dr. Alethea Smith Mattingly, the Department of Speech sponsors an invitational college forensic tournament each February. Fall and spring speech festivals also are held for high schools in which the students compete for prizes in interpretation, extemporaneous speaking, debate, and drama. Courses in advanced public address, speech pathology, and ther- apy are offered, and a speech and hearing clinic is open to all Uni- versity students and qualified Arizona residents. SCHOOL OF MUSIC SPEECH FACULTY: Row 1: Ben Markland, Frank Barreca, David Mall, Henry Schmiltz, George Sparks. Row 2: Alden Smith, Jack Howe, Kathleen Shogren, Alethea Mattingly, Klonda Lynn, Gail Jaffe, Paul MacCready, and Gene England. A member of the National Association of Schools of Music, the Music Department is headed by Andrew W. Buchhauser. The aim of Mr. Buchhauser and the staff members is to give the enrollment a solid background in music and its related fields as well as a general appreciation of all the fine arts. Offering courses in music education, theory, composition, music history and literature, the graduate course now leads to the degrees of Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts. Now included in the department as regular performing organi- zations are the University Symphony Orchestra, the Symphonic Band, the Symphonic Choir, Choral Society, and the Opera Work- Shop. MUSIC FACULTY: Row 1: Andrew Buchhauser, Anita Sammarco, Carole Wilson, Elenore Altman, Julia Rebeil, Marguerite Ough, Edna Church, Frank Simon. Row 2: Donald Hardisty, Diran Akmajain, Samuel Fain, Rodney Murcardo, Emilio Osta, Efrim Fruchtman, Kasper Malone, Henry Johnson. Row 3: Lloyd Weldy, Onnie Hart- sell, John Bloom, Eugene Conley, James Anthony, Robert McBride. 117 DEAN HERBERT D. RHODES Dr. Herbert D. Rhodes, dean of the Graduate College, obtained his bachelor ' s degree in chemistry in 1935 from the University of Arizona. One year later he received his master ' s degree from the UA, and in 1939 he obtained his doctor ' s degree at the University of Illinois. He worked in chemistry for Standard Oil until 1943 when he joined the Uni- versity of Arizona faculty. Dr. Rhodes became dean of the Graduate College in 1957. The Graduate College was formally created in 1934. Admission is open to students holding a bachelor ' s degree from the University of Arizona or from another institution of approved standing. The administration of graduate programs is largely under the direction of the Graduate Coun- cil, which is composed of ten members of the faculty. The Graduate Council in turn draws heav- ily on the assistance and advice of the forty-mem- ber Committee on Graduate Study. To be eligible for a Master of Arts or Master of Science degree, students must offer 30 units of graduate work, including a thesis, completed in not more than six years. They must also pass an oral examination in defense of their thesis. Some master ' s degrees require 32 units, and the Master of Fine Arts degree requires 60. Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered by 30 departments. The Economics, History, and Spanish Departments offer this degree for the first time this year. It is conferred upon students whose work in a chosen field contributes new information to the general knowledge of that field. This contribution is demonstrated in a dissertation of three years ' in- tensive work and research done by the student. An oral examination in defense of a dissertation is also required. This fall, 1,286 daytime campus registrants en- rolled in the Graduate College. GRADUATE COLLEGE Austin Long, a Geology Department graduate student, looks for defects in the radio-carbon dating equipment, which determines the ages of certain rocks. " Star gazing " graduate student Elliott Moore carefully moves a photograph through the guiding eyepiece of one of the Steward Observatory ' s large telescopes. Dr. Neff of the Civil Engineering Department explains the photoelastic analysis to two attentive, appreciative graduate students, Bill Dandy and Eugene Dooley. 118 COL. E.G. OF LAW DEAN JOHN D. LYONS Dr. John D. Lyons has been dean of the College of Law since 1947. He came to Arizona from New York in 1927. Dean Lyons obtained his AB degree at Cornell Uni- versity in 1923 and his law degree at the University of Arizona in 1932. In 1945 he was appointed superior court judge, and at the end of his term he became dean of the College of Law. Dr. Lyons is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Arizona, and the American Law Institute. In 1915 the College of Law became a department in the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. In 1918 the first class was graduated. The College of Law has been a sepa- rate college since 1925. It is a member of the Association of American Law Schools, and is approved by the American Bar Association. The new law building was completed this year, easing the crowded conditions of the old one. All law students belong to the Student Bar Association, which is patterned after organized bar associations. The members elect officers who decide cases in which college rules have been broken. All first-year law students may participate in the Fegtly Moot Court competition and may continue their participation if they qualify. There are two law fraternities, Phi Alpha Delta and Phi Delta Phi, and one law sorority, Kappa Beta Pi. Operating on the honor system, the College of Law encourages ethical professional standards of students. There are 35,000 bound copies of court cases, legal periodicals, and digest in the College library. This year, 283 students, including 16 women, enrolled in the College of Law. 119 ST E; DENT BA ASSOCIATION All College of Law students belong to the Student Bar Association. Law students elect officers who de- cide on cases in which College rules have been in- fringed. The Association, which is modeled after pro- fessional bar associations, directs the governmental affairs of the students in the College of Law. This year ' s Student Bar Association officers include: Jack Redhair, treasurer; Lewis C. Murphy, president; and Calvin Brice, vice president. i4 Thelton Beck Phoenix, Arizona Law 0AA, Campus Republicans B.S., ASU Moise Berger Kingman, Ariz. Law 0Aq5 A.B., Calif. Calvin Brice Phoenix, Arizona Law cpAcP, Student Bar V.P., B.A., M.A., ASU Ron Briggs Tucson, Arizona Law Acacia, c5AA IFC Robert Buchanan Wesley Carlson Superior, Ariz. Detroit, Michigan Law Law B.S., UA q5Acp, AcpA B.A., Michigan Joe Conreras Phoenix, Arizona Law q5AA Law Review B.A., ASU Richard Coolidge Tucson, Arizona Law cpA95 Law Review B.S., Kansas Lee Esch Tucson, Arizona Law ATt2, 00, A Law Review B.S., UA Kenneth Flickinger Phoenix, Arizona Law cpAq), Law Review Moot Ct. Ted Geyler Phoenix, Arizona Law cbAcp, AK B.S., UA John Woodson Phoenix, Arizona Law (pAe, 0AA B.A., UA David Grounds Ashland, Ky. Law (PAO Law Review B.A., ASU Stanley Jerman Phoenix, Arizona Law cbAA, Campus Republicans B.S., ASU BOARD OF GOVERNORS Modeled after the State Board of Governors, the UA College of Law Board of Governors makes rulings on cases in which College of Law rules have been broken and recommends to the faculty just disciplinary action. Violations of the College honor system are also brought before the Board. The Board of Governors is a division of the Student Bar Association, and is the primary ruling body composed of students. Mem- bers of the Board are Bob Buchawan, Dick Coolidge, Joe W. Contreras, Richard E. Skousen, and John S. O ' Dowd. 120 Watered lawns reflect students relaxing between classes. LAW FACULTY: Row 1: Dean John Lyons, John Irwin, Charles Smith, J. Byron McCormick, Ralph W. Aigler. Row 2: Jack J. Rappeport, James Lenoir, Thomas Green, W. S. Barnes, Claude Brown, Paul C. Matthews, and Tom Hall. LAW SENIORS Gene Karp Tucson, Arizona Law TAB, 011E, AKNI, 0.10, IFC B.S., UA Stanley Krotenberg Tucson, Arizona Law ckAA B.A., Mex. City Jerry Lawson Council Bluffs, Iowa Law 0-195 Lee Perry Phoenix, Arizona Law 0A0, 0,10 Law Review B.A., UA Joyce Mangum Tucson, Arizona Law FOB, 13PE, AE (bAO, Spurs B.S., UA Stephen Pogson Phoenix, Arizona Law cpAA, Moot Court, Who ' s Who B.A., UA Richard Mangum Flagstaff, Ariz. Law q5Aq5, Student Bar, Debate B.A., UA Sanford Pugh Phoenix, Arizona Law 0AA Treas. B.S., UA Octavio Marquez Clifton, Ariz. Law 0AA B.A., ASU David Reichhardt Phoenix, Arizona Law 0A_. Lewis Murphy Tucson, Arizona Law 0AA, Student Bar, Moot Court B.S., UA Alfred Rogers Tucson, Arizona Law TAq5, cbAA Law Review William Pearson Theodore Phoenix, Arizona Pedersen Law New York, N.Y. 0AA, Student Law Bar, SUAB 0A..1 B.A., UA 1,-„urfri rr 1 :.k. thAtratim 4stA)Zin AAA AV, )1, AA Wm 121 ARIZONA LAW REVIEW The Arizona Law Review is a semi-annual legal periodical of case notes and comments, surveys of various Arizona cases, and authoritative articles. The Arizona Law Review Board, established in 1959, publishes this periodical which replaces the Survey of Arizona Case Law, a smaller publication. Members of the Arizona Law Review include: Row 1: Bob Johnson, David Grounds, Grant Bird, Lee Perry, Ken Flickinger, Dick Coolidge, Bernie Porter, Lee Esch, Joe Contreras, Joseph Woris- check. Row 2: Ralph Hunsaker, J. J. Irwin, Ralph Bushnell, Robert Eppstein, Irval Mortensen, Nor- man Rosenblum, Lewis Murphy, Susan Payne, Richard Skousen, C. Webb Crockett, Howard Singer, John Taylor, and Jim Rogers. LAW SENIORS aeoTh tia aill tia James Rolle Fred Rosenfeld Robert Royal Charles Shull .C.O. Tinsley Gilbert Veliz William Wood Yuma, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pleasant Garden, Bisbee, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Law Law Law Law North Carolina Law Law ATS2, A II Sec. cbA0, .0,4) cbAo, ASME q5AA Law A11 X Pres., fAxl, Traditions, 00 B.S., UA Sophos, Traditions B.S., Kansas E Pres. Newman Club AK , 0A,p, Who ' s Chain Gang Who, Bobcats MOO ' COL RT The Moot Court is an organization in the College of Law open to all first year law stu- dents. Qualifying students continue participa- tion on a competitive basis. Nonqualifying stu- dents are gradually eliminated after freshman and sophomore years; remaining me mbers, joined in two-man teams, draw up cases, present their briefs, and plead these cases. Winners rep- resent the UA in the Regional Moot Court, and Regional Court winners participate in the Na- tional Court. A law student asks questions of a " witness " as judges and jury members watch the proceedings. 122 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS DEAN FRANCIS A. ROY Under the direction of Dean Francis A. Roy, the College of Liberal Arts has become the largest college on campus, enrolling over 3,500 students. Dean Roy, who recently began his tenth year as head of the Liberal Arts College, received his bachelor ' s degree from St. Anne College, Nova Scotia, and his doctorate from the University of Wisconsin. He received the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Fellowship during 1926-1929 and received the diploma from the University of Paris. He is also a member of the Pacific Coast Division of the American Council on Education. The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1915, presently includes eighteen depart- ments and the School of Nursing and has over 300 faculty members. The recent addition of a new physics-math building, a modern language laboratory and majors including oriental studies, fisheries management, and geography show the progress of the College in recent years. The College offers degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Dr. Ralph Kauffman, assistant to the dean, supervises the academic program for the lower division students. The professional curricula include Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Law, and Pre-Pharmacy courses. Studies for the first two years of the Liberal Arts program, designated the lower division, are planned to provide a well-rounded background of knowledge. The upper- division studies are specialized for mastery of a limited field. This four-year Liberal Arts curriculum is designed to benefit those students seeking culture, scholarship, and specialized study. 123 DEPARTMENT HEADS: Desmond Powell, English; Bacteriology; Renato Rosaldo, Romance Languages; Charles Hucker, Oriental Studies; Emil Haury, Anthro- Frederick Schmitz, German; Russell Ewing, History. pology; Sherman Miller, Journalism; Kenneth Wertman, ROMANCE LANGUAGES FACULTIES: Row 1: Helen Goldsmith, Charles Olstad, Winifred Osta, Renato Rosaldo, Jane Munoz, Charles Janssens. Row 2: Robert Anderson, George Iwanaga, Loyal Gryting, Arthur Beattie, John Frikart. Row 3: Maurice Campion, Angela Casanova, Betty Walsh, Timothy Brown, Charles Rosenberg. Row 4: Ron Higginbotham, Fran- cisco Pirce, John Brooks, William Manson, William Whitby, Fernando Diaz-Plaja. 124 Lewis Aaronson New York, N.Y. Zoology Hillel Arnold Air Soc. William Carolan Newton, Mass. Geography George Allendorf Rochester, N.Y. Economics Emily Carpenter Tucson, Arizona Botany pA Phrateres BBB, Wranglers WRA Dorothy Banegas Wikieup, Arizona Bacteriology William Carroll Tucson, Arizona Oriental Studies AKA Pershing Rifles John Bergmann Tucson, Arizona Government AX Int. Relations Katherine Casey Tucson, Arizona Government Mary Bettman Cincinnati, Ohio French Orchesis Wildcat, SUAB Cercle Francais Joyce Cerwin Mill Valley, California Bacteriology Wranglers Victor Bluestone Los Angeles, California Psychology Jeanie Bowman Sedona, Arizona History Cercle Francais Donald Chisholm Dared Clark Staten Island, Norwalk, Calif. New York Anthropology Psychology Rodeo Club Wesley Fdn. LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS Smitty Clark Harrison, N.Y. Zoology AX52, AAA BBB, Spurs, ASUA, Chimes Charles Davis Duncan, Arizona Zoology pFA, BBB Club Frederick Deines El Paso, Texas Government AT Basketball Barbara DeLeon Bisbee, Arizona Spanish Wranglers MATHEMATICS AND PHILOSOPHY FACULTIES: Row 1: Angel Tellez, A. Ennett, Joseph Foster, Roy Graesser, Harvey Cohn, Donald Webb, Robert DeVore. Row 2: Theodore Zerger, LeRoy Kenna, John Butler, Deonisie Trifan, Donald Myers, Charles Wallraff. Row 3: Mary Jensen, W. Conway, C. Haskell, Charles Merchant, R. Wiager, Robert Bretall, Robert Caldwell. Row 4: Patricia Styris, Rosa Lee Loftfield, Harry E. Von Bergen, Lucille Parks, H. Melvin Lieberstein, Larry Unkrich. 111111 41111111MIK.4- - 440110e• 125 Robert Devlin Pebble Beach, California History Peter Drake Long Beach, California Sociology Kl, UASCC Sociology Club Douglas Dunipace Tucson, Arizona History IIKA, 011E, E.AII 0A0, ASUA, IFC Sophos, IFPC Sandra Floun Wilmette, Ill. Sociology AO History Club Sociology Club Robert Dickerson Palisades Park, New Jersey History Celia Duarte Tucson, Arizona Spanish EAri, ISC IRC Susan Ely Roswell, N.M. English HBO Desert Staff Patricia Gaede Tucson, Arizona Spanish AAA, SRC Wesley Fdn. Robert Douglas Valparaiso, Indiana Government James Duncanson Prescott, Arizona Psychology OM Darrell Fisher Yuma, Arizona Chemistry ATS2, Sophos Traditions Arnold Air Soc. Marianne Gilbert Tucson, Arizona Government KAO, Desert Ed. Chimes, Spurs Mortar Board LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS ENGLISH, CLASSICS, AND JOURNALISM FACULTIES: Row 1: Desmond Powell, Mary Maher, Gerald McNiece, Jack Huggins, Edward Best, Sherman Miller, Douglas Martin. Row 2: Robert Longoni, Gaylord Haas, Evelyn Kirmse, Paul Rosenblatt, Carl Ketcham, Barney Childs, Brewster Campbell, Lloyd Hamill. Row 3: Mary Alice O ' Dowd, Vern Rank, Daniel Pearlman, Oliver Sigworth, Donald Ayers, Garnet Percy, Marjorie Lightfoot. Row 4: Phyllis Flegel, Fran Polek, Jane Robinson, Keith Wilson. 126 ASTRONOMY AND CHEMISTRY FACULTIES: Row 1: Barbara Middle- hurst, Edwin Carpenter, Alec Kelley, Ewen Whitaker, David Arthur. Row 2: Hugh Johnson, Walter Fitch, Gordon Tollin, Douglas Chapin, Henry Freiser, and John Schaefer. LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS Diane Goldman John Gonzales Nazario Gonzales Winnetka, Ill. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Psychology Zoology Government AAII OX, IRC Pres. Homecoming Wrestling Queen Attend. Newman Club Helen Gordon Neil Grant Nancy Grennan Tucumcari, San Mateo, Calif. Sonoita, Arizona New Mexico Geography English Sociology KN, A II AAII Sec. AWS Rep. Hillel Quadrille Team Rally Comm. Walter Griffin Debris Heathorn Justa Helm Tucson, Arizona Moorestown, Houston, Tex. Math New Jersey Government Psychology HBO Mfr James Henry Michael Hesse Naomi Hess Tucson, Arizona New York, N.Y. Tucson, Arizona Sociology History Latin, Spanish cbrA IAII, AAA Newman Club Nina Hill Susan Horsman Veronica Hubbard Tucson, Arizona Denville, N.J. Tucson, Arizona History History Spanish III3cp, Ramblers Women ' s Press 2:AII, Pan Rodeo Club American Club Rodeo Queen Orchesis 127 LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS ANTHROPOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, AND GOVERNMENT FACULTIES: Row 1: P. Allan Dionisopoulos, Peter Toma, Currin Shields, Frank Sorauf, Rosendo Gomez, Raymond Thompson, Frederick Hulse, Harry Getty, Emil Haury. Row 2: Neal Houghton, Arnold Meadow, Dorothy Marquart, Richard Woodbury, Clara Tanner, Edward Dozier. Row 3: Ralph Kauffman, Lewis Hertz, Newton James, Neil Bartlett, Frederick Pleasants, William MacKinnon. Kathleen Jones Moorpark, Calif. Bacteriology Wesley Fdn. German Club Pre-Med Club Frederic Kaufman Phoenix, Arizona Government Pre-Law Club Politics Club Janie Kay Tucson, Arizona Journalism AE0, P.H. Pres. Spurs, Chimes Mortar Board Ronald Kubeck Los Angeles, California Government AT Emanuel Kyriannis Santa Monica, California Chemistry Newman Club Barbara Lambert Charles Loop Los Angeles, Redlands, Calif. California Journalism French ATA HBO Wildcat Bob Lynch Tucson, Arizona Psychology 0FA Rally Comm. Traditions Harold Miller Far Rockaway, New York Geology Annette Maddox Tucson, Arizona History Louis Mone Flushing, N.Y. Psychology Ax, Vet Club Janet Manley Tucson, Arizona History AXt1, IRC AWS, History Club Newton Monk Darien, Conn. Sociology Pre-Law Club Susan Martz Altadena, California Math, German Wranglers AAA Gerald Mulligan Tucson, Arizona Zoology ATI Pre-Med Club Newman Club William Mast Phoenix, Arizona Zoology AE, BBB Sophos, Chain Gang, Blue Key Neil McNutt Tucson, Arizona Chemistry ATI2, OAT ACS, 0E Beverly Meek Escondido, California Psychology Robert Naylor Jackson, Miss. History TAE Gildo Menicacci Ridgway, Pa. Sociology Peter Neumann Oakland, Neb. Psychology TAE, Sophos Chain Gang Pre-Law Club 128 LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS HISTORY FACULTY: Row 1: Bernard Silberman, Mario Rodriguez, Russell Ewing, J. Gregory Oswald, James Beat- son, Row 2: Charles Hucker, John Car- roll, Herman Bateman, and Donald Lammers. Nancy Nichols Muriel Olson Mary Pardee Nancy Peck Donald Perkins Mary Pierce Robert Pisaro Taos, New Mexico Axtell, Nebraska Grosse Pointe, Urbana, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Omaha, Nebraska Snyder, N.Y. Bacteriology Sociolog y Michigan Geology Philosophy French Psychology AX12, Spurs Kitty Kat History Univ. Christ. AP, AAA 2Ali Chimes, SUAB Soc. Club KAO Council Pres. Spurs, ASUA AWS, SRC, CAV SUAB Newman Club Walter Plunkett San Francisco, California History Hist. Club Panamericano Sharon Proctor Phoenix, Arizona Zoology AAA, BBB Wranglers German Club Mary Purdy Tucson, Arizona Government c5A, Phrateres Wranglers, WRA Racquet Club Nancy Schroeder Tomah, Wisconsin History IItIH, 11A0 Andrea Pylant Tucson, Arizona Psychology AZ, Jr. Council Milton Seligman Santa Ana, Calif. Psychology Osborne Reynolds Tucson, Arizona English HAP, call q5KO. Campus Demos. Eugene Seymour Tucson, Arizona Chemistry ZBT, BBB ASC Dee-Dee Samet Greensboro, N.C. History Hillel, Student Bar Assoc. Lynn Siergiej Chatham, N.J. English Cheerleader Marialuisa Sangalli Belluho, Italy Romance Lang. ISC Lynda Smith Mansfield, Ohio Psychology AAA, WRA Mermaids Peter Saunders Edith Sayre Purdis, New York Tucson, Arizona Psychology Journalism KKI ' , AWS Spurs, Chimes Mortar Board 129 John Stark Priscilla Steedly Detroit, Michigan Miami Beach, Zoology Florida Government Diane Stusnick Tucson, Arizona Gen. Studies Judith Swander Radid City. S.D. Journalism SUAB Wildcat Newman Club Conrad Tang Glendale, Ariz. Zoology CSC V.P. Donna Thatcher Denver, Colo. Anthropology Wranglers V.P. AAA, BBB TBX, Band Linda Ullman Tucson, Arizona German ISC, K.10 HAcp LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS BACTERIOLOGY, BIOLOGY, AND ZOOLOGY FACUL- TIES:Row I: Howard Gloyd, Joseph Marshall, Donald Sayner, Martha Pavlovich, Albert Mead. Row 2: Charles Lowe, Jr., Ade- laide Evenson, Irving Yall. Row 3: Hugh Smith, Kennth Wert- man, William Brown, and William McCauley. ORIENTAL STUDIES FACULTY: Row 1: Don Bailey, Babette Luz, Fred Opper, Jean Beck, Bertha Breger, Charlotte Craig, Peter Horwath. Row 2: Fredenita Schuntz, Thomas Smitham, Bernard Silberman, Joe Malik, Jr., Charles Hucker and James Mahar. Glen Walker Delmer Wallace David Washburn John Werden Mary Wood William Wright Coolidge, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Massapequa Pasadena, Phoenix, Arizona Rialto, California Chemistry Geology Park, N.Y. California Psychology English HKA English Sociology OM Ski Club BAIL WRA, Kitty Kat 130 SCHOOL OF NURSING Mrs. Pearl P. Coulter has directed the School of Nursing at the University of Arizona since 1957. She taught public health nursing to graduate nurses at George Peabody College for Teachers at Nashville, Tennessee, after receiving her di- ploma at the University of Colorado. She later received her bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees at the University of Denver. The School of Nursing moved into its new quarters in the Home Economics Building in the spring of 1959 which provides many new facilities for the increasing enrollment. The school, with an enrollment of 165, is now completing its fourth year under the College of Liberal Arts. A broad curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing is offered. The basic college program used in the School of Nurs- ing is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nurse Registra- tion and Nursing Education. Last Fall the Arizona Association of Student Nurses held its annual Student Nurses Convention which prepares students for a profession of graduate nursing. In their freshman year the student nurses spend four hours a week in hospital prac- tice. After their freshman year an emphasis is placed on clinical nursing. During this time the student nurses care for the men- tally ill, mothers and children, and spend some time in public health nursing. For added experience the student nurses work in local hospitals and other health agencies. PEARL P. COULTER DIRECTOR NURSING FACULTY: Gladys Sorensen, Freida L. Smith, Agnes L. Staininger, Carleen R. Ellis, Loretta S. Bermosk, Ruth M. Aamodt, Jane Furnas, Jane J. Browder, Joanne R. Rodier, Helen coni, Katherine A. Mason. 131 Jeanne A bromovitz Judith Barchas Beverly Baty Martha Borbon Shirley Cheeseman Laureve Harding Phoenix, Arizona Hereford, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Page, Arizona Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing AP ' Pres., BBB BBB SNA SNA, Treas. SNA Pres. TB , BBB Spurs, Chimes SNA, Band Mortar Board V.P. NURSING SENIORS Jane Kahn Nursing SNA Newman Club Sharon Kranhold Tucson, Arizona Nursing As one of the many phases in studying nursing, Jeanne Wehrman and Carol Sherrick learn how to prepare medications for future patients. Carolyn Lorentz Lancaster, Calif. Nursing BBB, SNA Celeste Orach Tucson, Arizona Nursing SNA 132 COLLEGE OF MINES DEAN JAMES D. FORRESTER Dean James D. Forrester, previously Dean of Mines at the University of Idaho, has directed the College of Mines at the University of Arizona since 1956. He is the direc- tor of the Arizona Bureau of Mines and, for the year 1960, chairman of the Council of Education (AIME). Dr. Forrester has written several books and many technical papers. He contributed to the new book, Arizona: Its People and Resources, and is the author of a nationally distributed booklet explaining careers in industry to young people. The College of Mines, through its Departments of Chemical Engineering, Geology, and Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. Ph.D. degrees in geology and metallurgy are also offered. Enrollment of undergraduates is 250. The College of Mines suprvises the work of 140 graduate students. Industrial scholarship awards totaling $12,000 this year are available to stu- dents. Fellowship grants totaling $40,000 a year are granted for research on problems of mineral industry. On the basis of its excellent physical plant, splendid character of faculty, and outstanding quality and number of students, the College of Mines at the University of Arizona is considered to rank as number one among mineral industry schools located at state universities in the nation. As Dean Forrester stated, " Every effort is being given to maintaining this position, and the outstanding professional success achieved by many graduates of the college attests to the sound nature of the undergraduate and graduate training that is offered. " Harold Aadland Robert Braatz Ronald Brown William Collins Karl Elers ,4 Freemon Dave Hogan Rodolfo Jaggi Houston, Texas Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Glendale, Bisbee, Arizona Guatemala City, Geology Eng. Mining Eng. Chem. Eng. Geology Eng. Mining Eng. California Mining Eng. Guatemala Repub. Club AIME Chem. Eng. Club AIME AIME Geology Eng. AIME Mining Eng. Sociology Club Geology Club Geology Club Football MINES SENIORS DEPARTMENT HEADS: Dr. Donald H. White, Chemical Engineering; Dr. John F. Lance, Geology; Dr. Thomas M. Morris, Mining and Metallurgical Engi- neering. MINES FACULTY: Row 1: Joseph F. Schreiber, Jr., Spen- cer R. Titley, Donald H. White, John F. Lance, Thomas M. Morris, James D. For- rester, Daniel J. Murphy. Row 2: John K. Anthony, Thomas G. Chapman, Edgar J. McCullough, Evans B. Mayo, Willard C. Lacy, James F. Carley, George H. Roseveare. Row 3: Willard D. Pye,. J. B. Cunningham, John W. Harshbarger, Hal- sey W. Miller, Jr., Robert L. DuBois, Don Schafroth, John W. Anthony, Charles Ratte. Row 4: Jay C. Dotson, Thomas W. Mitcham, Robert A. Damon, Richard M. Ed- wards, E. R. Drevdahl, Paul E. Damon. 134 MINES SENIORS Mines students, Jim Steedly and Bruce Riggs, roll a piece of hot metal into a machine to reduce it. -111r, 14V ‘N ‘ ‘‘‘‘ivitut _ 1, 7: 4,1111iiii , R. Damon and R. Edwards, Chem- ical Engineering faculty members, inspect a reaction vessel on the screened second floor of the Geology Building. Michael Monsegur Clifton, Arizona Met. Eng. AIME, ASM Newman Club Herbert Schumann Ft. Defiance, Arizona Geology AIME John Whatley Glendale, Arizona Chem. Eng. 2N, TBII Traditions Marilyn Schumann Tucson, Arizona Chem. Eng. ACSS David Wilson Tucson, Arizona Mining Eng. TBH, AIME Terry Thompson Whittier, Calif. Geol. Eng. Donald Wright Bisbee, Arizona Mining Eng. MFE, AIME John Prokop Rudy Rogers Tucson, Arizona Springuillo, Geology Tennessee KR Chem. Eng. Geology Club SAACS Pershing Rifles 135 COLLEGE OW PHARMACY DEAN WILLIS R. BREWER Dean Willis R. Brewer, who came to the University of Arizona in 1949 as an assistant professor of pharmacognosy, has served as Dean of the College of Pharmacy since 1952. Dr. Brewer received his bachelor ' s degree from South Dakota State College and his doctorate from Ohio State University. The College of Pharmacy, established in 1949, is the newest college on campus. The study of pharmacy consists of five years of undergraduate work, one year of Liberal Arts being required for entrance into the College of Pharmacy. After receiving their degree and on completion of 52 weeks of pharmacy internship, students take a licensing examination. The college offers the Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees. There are 133 undergraduates and four graduates in the College of Pharmacy. Th University ' s Poisoning Control Information Center, established in the Phar- macy College in 1957, is a growing service to the entire state of Arizona. The newest project of the college is its history of pharmacy project. The University of Arizona has named a History of Pharmacy Advisory Committee, consisting of twelve men and the wives of several of them who were pioneer leaders in the development of pharmacy in the state, to assist its pharmacy faculty in the preparation of a history of Arizona Pharmacy. Professional organizations of Pharmacy are Kappa Psi and Phi Delta Chi for men, and Kappa Epsil on for women. All members of the College of Pharmacy student body belong to the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. 136 it.. ft..., n .....,N._, " ..,, ikt JA tit, , 4 4 1 vit7 PHARMACY SENIORS John Chandler John Christie Norman Conn Whittier Calif. Tucson, Arizona Norwood, Colo. Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy 0AX, APA APA Ardis Cooper John Grosenbach Mary Ellen Heinz Tucson, Arizona Normal, Illinois Mesa, Arizona Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy APA Kam, APA A:.,, " A, I3BB BX, KE Metta Henderson Albert Hernandez Steven Lee Tucson, Arizona San Francisco, Tucson, Arizona Pharmacy California Pharmacy KE, BBB Pharmacy APA 0,Nx, APHA Ola B. Macias Herbert P. Meshel Thomas Motz Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tempe, Arizona Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy OA, Phrateres .AX, APA APA KE, Wranglers Hillel APA, Wildcat These are the tools which the pharmacy student uses in his work. Herbert Aleshel, a Pharmacy senior, carefully measures com- ponents for assigned prescriptions in the Dispensing Lab. 137 PHARMACY FACULTY: Dean Willis R. Brewer, Mary Caldwell, Jean Whitmore, Lincoln Chin, V. H. Simonian, Jack Cole, Lloyd Burton, Joseph Zapotocky. PHARMACY SENIORS Glenn Orr Wesley Peterson Ramon Robles Daryl Smith Carl Stiffler William Wheeler Henry Winship Los Angeles, Tucson, Arizona Pirtleville, Oxnard, Calif. Phoeniz, Arizory Tucson, Arizona Stoughton, Mass. California Pharmacy Arizona Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy Kam, APA Pharmacy Newman Club 10E, IIK0, K ' I ' 0PA, K ' I Sophos, APA K ' I ' , APA APA Traditions Metta Lou Henderson, Pharmacy senior, washes utensils in the Dispensing Lab after a day ' s practice of filling prescriptions. 138 FACULTY: Row 1: Leona Zander, Ruth Wynn, Marge Price, Knopp, Mary Littlewood, Betty Ann Dial, Margaret Hupp, Mary Elizabeth Gatewood, Ethel Hibbs. Row 2: Mary Pilgrim, Nelda Pavlich, Mary Lee Rabke, Agnes Garner, Donna Mae Miller. WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Mary Pilgrim has held her position as Direc- tor of Physical Education for Women for three years. She came to the University of Arizona in 1942 as a physical education instructor after receiving her Mas- ter of Science degree from Louisiana State Univer- sity. Showing her skills in physical education, Miss Pilgrim achieved the Arizona State Championship in archery in 1945 and 1949. Through the years the department has acquired such facilities as a gymnasium, tennis courts, practice field, swimming pool, dance floor, pool tables, basket- ball courts and trampoline. Each year the department offers extensive inter- collegiate participation in golf, tennis, badminton, swimming and fencing. These are offered during scheduled Sports Days. Fencing, archery badminton, golf, dance, field hockey, softball, basketball, co- recreational volleyball, volleyball and howling are in- cluded in this intramural program. MARY PILGRIM DIRECTOR 139 MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION M. R. " Dick " Clausen, head of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation for Men, came to the University of Arizona from the University of New Mexico where he was head football coach. He received his BA from the State University of Iowa and his MA from Northwestern University. The Department includes three sections: physical fitness and teacher training, intercollegiate athletics and intramural athletics. The University has one of the largest and best-equipped athletic plants in the entire Southwest, including a baseball field, quarter mile track, swimming pool, football practice field and tennis courts. " Bear Down " gym has a seating capacity of 4,600. Varsity Sail= will seat 26,000. The University is a member of the National Col- legiate Athletic Association. Sigma Delta Psi is the athletic honorary. M. R. " DICK " CLAUSEN DIRECTOR FACULTY:Row 1: W. H. Harris, W. H. King, Bob Svob, Dick Clausen, J. L. Picard, F. T. Gibbings, Jim LaRue, Ed Cavanaugh. Row 2: Jake Rowden, Ed Linta, Fred- Roby, Phil McLaughlin, Roy Tatum, Ed Thomas, Jack Hansma. Row 3: Dave Snyder, Jim Speight, Frank W. Soltys, Chuck Magness, Ron Marciniak, Fred Enke, Van Howe. Row 4: John Dennett, Larry Lekandar, Sam Bailie, Bruce Larson, William Dempsey, Jr., Charles Ott, Nick Wallace. Row 5: Frank Sancet, Carl Cooper, Ken Coop- wood, Arthur Mayer, Jack Rogers. 140 Colonel William G. Downey, who was graduated from UA in 1938, served as public information officer to the Secretary of the Air Force before returning to the UA. He is a qualified jet pilot and has been on active duty since 1941. Colonel James F. McKinley was graduated from West Point in 1941 as a Second Lieutenant in the United Sates Army. He has been in the Army for 20 years. This is Col. McKinley ' s fourth year at UA. LIMINME■ SCHOOL OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS The University of Arizona School of Military Science and Tactics, located in Old Main, is composed of Army and Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. The University of Ari- zona requires male students to take two years of basic training in either air or army military science. Selected men who fulfil aptitude, scholastic and physical requirements are eligible for the four-year program that offers training in command. The Army staff consists of eight officers and eight non-commis- sioned officers. The Air Force has eight officers assigned and five airmen. The Army Department was established with the University in 1885. The Air Science Department, which operated as a joint program with the Army beginning in 1947, became a separate department in 1951. LEONARD P. ESTRADA BRENT MOODY AF CADET COMMANDER BRIGADE COMMANDER 1111111111111111111111111M INN MIME Ltr ' N A combined Army and Air Force color guard stands at attention before Old Main. 141 ARMY SENIORS: Row 1: Jim Hill, Ken Hol- brook, Brian Bulley, Ray Dull, Doug Dunipace, Dave Hively, Allyn Kubishke, Terence Clark, Bill Kinnison. Row 2: Bon Richardson, Hugh Grinnell, Keith Runion, Brent Moody, Doug Unruh, Tom Swanson, Dick Dill, Jim Mason, Jack Halland, Terry Muse. Row 3: Don Webb, John Edwards, David Adashek, Walt Plunkett, Ken Peterson, Hank Scussel. ARMY FACULTY: Row I: Maj. E. J. William- son, Capt. N. L. Overton, Maj. W. S. Junger- held, Maj. J. L. Coulter, Col. J. F. McKinley, Capt. E. J. Middleton, Jr., Lt. Col. E. H. Wilkie, Jr., Capt. J. M. Keyser, Capt. J. P. Buccolo. Row 2: M Sgt. P. Goff, SFC R. N. Howell, Sgt. R. A. Lewis, M Sgt. W. E. Sink, SFC R. D. Mauldin, M Sgt. A. L. Carmichael, M Sgt. A. L. Carmichael, M Sgt. Harry L. Hayden. AIR FORCE FACULTY: Front: Colonel Wil- liam G. Downey. Row 1: Capt. William C. De- Boe, Capt. Arnold A. Schmucker, A I c Billy G. Huffman, S Sgt. James C. Cahill, A I c John D. Charley, T Sgt. Charles C. Irwin, M Sgt. Eugene E. Matt. Row 2: Maj. Edwin D. Yoa- kum, Capt. Kenneth D. Fousel, Maj. Jimmy E. Wilkinson, Maj. Clifford J. Bueche, Capt. Vin- cent R. Tocci. AIR FORCE SENIORS: Row 1: Alan Young, Darrell Fisher, Carl Bowers, Wayne Douglas, Leonard Estrada, Gill Thwaits, Bob McCusker, Frank Housholder, Lew Riggs. Row 2: Mickey Doty, Dave Lord, Lew Aaronson, Lloyd Els- berry, Oscar Ferrell, John Marietti, Frank Pettengill. 142 Student creates at the easle as critical classmate observes. St ER SCHOOL Some seventy-five hundred students participated in both ses- sions of the 1960 University of Arizona Summer Session. The ten-week summer program fully utilized the personnel and facil- ities of the University with more than five hundred credit-granting courses being offered. Special programs included summer offerings in Prescott and Bisbee, tours throughout Europe and Mexico, and a five-week residence program in Guadalajara. Many non-credit programs were also offered, including a two-week Fine Arts session for high school students. Student receives instruction in the proper use of the cello bow. 41 ' w-s4r James Souden, High School Fine Arts Director, lectures to artistic seniors. DEAN F. PENDLETON GAINES, JR. Dr. F. Pendleton Gaines, Jr. has been Dean of Continuing Education and Summer Session at the Univer- sity for two successive years. He re- ceived his BA from the UA in 1942 and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. 143 Science does not. have a monoply on search. Research also has its place in the • humanities, the arts, and education. In fact, all phases of our learning are bei9g examined by practically every educator on camput. Theo, careful blend in research and ' teaching or liberal arts and scientific traditions Ores ber to the UniVersity of Arizona. Firially?we wish to recognize that research is pfrepgitng not dnly our students„ but also hli mankind , for a progressive, prodnctive, .pbsititve tion in this atomic age. • • : • Screen with Indian-like patterns guards entrance to 36-inch reflector building. Kitt Peak National Observatory in the Quinlan Mountains, is the first American observatory built from the ground up, since the construction of Mount Palomar Observatory in California twenty five years ago. The size and cost of such specialized facilities as those available at Kitt Peak are difficult for private institutions to meet. Therefore, the Association of Universities for Research in Astro- nomy, Inc., (AURA), is supported in its efforts by the National Science Foundation. Member in- stitutions of AURA are the Universities of Cali- fornia, Chicago, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Indiana, as well as Harvard, Yale and Princeton. Kitt Peak will provide the means for advanced experimentation and observation to visiting scien- tists from universities that either lack large facili- ties of their own or whose instruments are so overburdened with research-time requests that ur- gent and significant programs must be delayed until major telescope time becomes available. Astronomers will work with the latest and most precise optical instruments. Here, the world ' s lar- gest solar telescope is expected to become a major aid in increasing scientific knowledge of the sun. The huge instrument will have a focal length of 300 feet and form an image of the sun 34 inches in diameter, several times larger and more bril- liantly illuminated than is attainable with any other instrument on earth. Workmen erect circular support of helostat for solar telescope. KITT PEAK Optical shop technicians of AURA begin grinding the " blank " into the telescopes mirror. The solar telescope is made up of three reflecting surfaces combined in a system designed to yield large, detailed images of the sun. Scientists also expect to learn more of sunspots and solar flares, pheno- mena which affect radio and other forms of communication. Kitt Peak was chosen for the telescope, after a scientific survey which included the entire United States and Hawaii was made. Excellent visability and tempera- ture stability, plus low wind velocity were the advantageous factors which aided in its selection. Kitt Peak possesses another major advantage: it is " out of phase " with the weather cycle prevailing along the West Coast where several large astrono- mical observatories are located. Their best " seeing " is in summer months, while Kitt Peak enjoys favorable winter conditions. This offers American astronomers obser- vational opportunities at both locations during different seasons of the year, a distinct advantage in some types of re- search programs. This Kitt Peak story is one of growth, science, the sun, the stars, and the mys- teries of space. Kitt Peak is a towering landmark on man ' s long road toward knowledge of the unknown. The tower contains meteorological instruments used in site survey. In the foreground, work on the observing room foundation continues. This dry crater in the New Mexico desert demonstrates the worthlessness of rich soil without the benefits of water. ARID LANDS RESEARCH Dams such as this one have turned thousands of acres of otherwise useless desert soil into productive cotton and lettuce farm land. 148 One third of the earth ' s land surface is arid or semiarid. Not only is this fact im- portant in view of the rising population trends, but also in view of the problems of the people who already inhabit these regions. The economic problems of these people are continually shaping the state of world affairs. Undoubtedly, their problems would be closer to solution if the arid lands ' soils could pro- duce enough to adequately feed, clothe and support them. Consequently, scientists seek methods that will enable man to better utilize this portion of the earth ' s land surface. Scientists also seek a means of preventing the spread of this arid condition. Ideally located, the UA has a storehouse of working knowledge of arid lands data which is the result of 75 years of research. To supplement this knowledge, the UA, aided by the Rockefeller Foundation and the U.S. Geological Survey, has entered into one of its most significant research programs. Five major fields of science are represented in this program. They are archaeology, bi- ology, climatology, geochronology and hy- drogeology. Although they are listed as five different fields, they work in cooperation with each other and draw on knowledge about many other fields. Water is the paramount necessity for physical economic survival. As Arizona is typical of the arid southwest, it serves as an excellent laboratory for the study of the related factors common to arid lands throughout the world. This land has a long history of man ' s efforts to cope with the desert. An extensive study of the Gila-San Simon river basin near Safford, Arizona, is a key project. Here scientists analyze well logs, surface features, stream dissected cuts, and local stratigraphy. The results of these analyses will aid in the reproduction of a detailed cross-section of the water-bearing strat of the area. Studies of fossils, fossil pollen and tree rings will also help appraise the present use of water resources. Future research will cen- ter about the assessment of ground-water reserves and new methods of conservation and replenishment. Dr. William G. McGinnies is chairman of the executive committee of the Arid Lands Program which directs the research on arid lands. Other members of the committee are Mr. P. Eldon Dennis, Dr. Richard K. Fre- vert, Dr. John W. Harshbarger, Dr. Emil W. Haury, Dr. A. Richard Kassander, Dr. Charles H. Lowe, Jr., Dr. David L. Patrick, and Mr. Terah L. Smiley. , , , - . 71. . ' ' ' ' IC 6 A, .. ' °` .111... .... • - ' " ' ..,. 4 , • - „.. ....,...- ,.- . .• ..,,,..... _ ..As ' I .... ..I. .. 4 ..M. i ' . ?... ,.. ■• .-x- ' ...„ .11, - " .4 " I, " " " - . ' • , " -.• -.t. _. _, - .- ' 411 , • 4 air _ . , as , s _ s art 4._.,_: ' ‘ ' 1 - - . - ! ' " a , A. 1 •• " .` ' , as ri. -, - i " .- r ' - .- ... • . - „. Al: A ' " -- ,..0 ,0 " °- Alt, ••• -. -40—... - ' 1, • AO AA ' ' ' ' _wad " A - 4 -4 ...7 ' 2, ... • .. - - . " . Ar. - -- ' ..i. • ... " 41 , . .. .4111a JO AS -,-141 ' .• i rib JI •Alt .::. al. 11, :: : 1,:b.A, 406 ▪ 40. 4 S .• .., 0 411 - 4 .., - " ' 3 a 44, , 0. V ,400- ilk 40 ., ..,1 46 440 400 ' Jo , .0 do., - -1 As r- r .1% ,„■ , 41 Jr AO , ail APO COT ON RESEARCH The main purpose of cotton research is to create more efficient cotton production, introduce new and better strains of cotton, and improve the quality of existing cotton. At the University of Arizona Cotton Research Center near Phoenix, research toward these ends is constantly being carried on by UA research personnel in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture. At this 265-acre farm Dr. W. D. Fisher and Dr. D. C. Allison, UA plant breeders, work with the breeding methods of Up- land Cotton to improve its varieties. Dr. G. P. Wene, a UA entomologist, is working toward more efficient insect control. He is giving close attention to the Pink bollworm. Mr. M. D. Cannon, an agri- cultural engineer, is examining planting and har- vesting methods and chemical weed control. Other research personnel are also striving to further general knowledge of cotton. The U. S. Department of Agriculture is em- phasizing research on disease and weed control, breeding, and irrigation at the laboratory. Depart- ment members test fiber length, strength, and fine- ness. Such farms as the UA Cotton Research Center serve as proving grounds for new methods of cot- ton planting, breeding, and harvesting. Don Schneider and Harold Nordby read the gas liquid chro- matogram to identify an unusual fat in cotton seed oil. Jean Dykeman tests cotton-fiber strength on the Pressley Strength Tester. The machine was invented by Dr. E. H. Pressley of the UA. This equipment determines the melting point of fat in cotton seed oil. It is a method of measuring purity. 150 DISEASE RESEARCH The field of microbiology includes bacteriology, vir- ology and mycology. Bacteriology is the study of bacteria, which is a type of microbe. Virology, often combined with rickettseology, deals with disease-producing intra- cellular parasites. Mycology is the study of fungi (yeasts and molds). Disease and its causes demand much of the research effort in this field. For the past eight years Dr. Kenneth F. Wertman, Head of the Department of Bacteriology and Medical Technology, has worked with rats to relate vitamin deficiency to disease susceptibility. It is possible that this information will fill a gap in scientific knowledge of how the human body, when undernourished, reacts to bacteria or virus which invade it. In mycology, Dr. Adelaide E. Evenson is isolating pathogenic fungi that inhabit desert soils. In virology, Martha S. Pavlovich is working with rickettsia, which causes Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. John Peakly and Norman Sivack are probing the host- parasite relationship. The tissue culture laboratory is a medical project for basic research in rheumatic disease. Tissue culture pro- vides a virtually complete laboratory animal in a test tube. The cells, which are grown from surgically obtained Rheumatoid and non-Rheumatoid membrane, can now be studied minutely. Ron Siebeling carefully takes a test rat from its cage. Professor A. B. Stanfield places tissue culture growths in an incubator. Dr. Wertman demonstrates equipment used for highly technical equipment. .4 bacterial student records data from her research. 151 Checking for errors, Bob Martin tests out components of the computer. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS The Numerical Analysis Laboratory (NAL) deals with a world of facts and com- puting machines. It is imperative that a scientist remain abreast of the technical information available in his field. Because this is such a time-con- suming task, the NAL has directed a great deal of effort toward providing abstracts of information in a form compatible with com- puter processing; and today a computer can display all the abstracts on a given subject from its library. This time-saving device en- ables the scientists to use his effort and money more effectively. Today a great variety of computers are being marketed, and a problem presents itself when it is necessary to replace the present equipment. To minimize the problem, it is often possible to develop computer programs in which the new computer can continue the same program the outmoded computer had followed. This allows a direct changeover of equipment with a minimum of reorganiza- tion. These machines convert material from graphs to punch cards. Among other capabilities, this computer adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, and stores the data in its " memory. " 152 THE NUCLEAR REACTOR An atomic accelorator may he installed on the UA cam- pus before next Christmas. The accelorator will radiate solids which produce chemi- cal and physical changes to be studied. This will complement the work now being done with the nuclear reactor. The nu- clear reactor adds nutrons to an element which moves the element ' s structure across the periodic table. The atomic ac- celerator, by adding electrons, moves the element ' s structure vertically on the periodic table. Additional research is planned in the field of thermo- nuclear reaction, cancer, and biological studies. This tenta- tive program is under the direction of Dr. Keaton K. Keller. The principle financ- ing will come from the Uni- versity. Precision is most important with the highly complex instruments of this nuclear reactor. Here, two scientists check the accuracy of the reactor ' s readings on the periodic time table. 153 Dr. R. Lansing directs an experiment in a sound-proof chamber to determine how the brain regulates a human ' s attentiveness. This complex polygraph records sensitive brain wave cycles. The electrodes attached to the head the electrical waves generated by the brain back to recording apparatus. ELECT ONICS It is known that the human brain generates minute electrical pulsations which have a fre- quency of 8 to 13 cycles per second. By altering the rhythm of the cycles, Dr. Robert W. Lansing, Assistant Professor of Psychology, seeks to induce reactions such as drowsiness, relaxation, or im- paired performance. These altered brain-generated waves are picked up at the surface of the scalp by small metal discs and conducted to electronic equipment which records them for study. This ex- periment may demonstrate how the brain regulates man ' s attentiveness. Research on mental illness is headed by Dr. Albert T. Picchioni. The findings of his staff ' s ex- perimentation indicate that nerve-hormones in the brain are frequently increased with electro-therapy (shock treatment); and as a result, can alter the personality of a patient. " Spectacular results " were recorded when a new treatment was used on schizophrenics and manic depressives. The newly developed treatment utilizes a thin wire with a comparatively mild cur- rent affixed only to the base of the brain. This treat- ment brings no increase in the neuro-hormones. The results of the tests are now being inter- preted to answer what the lack of hormone increase indicates. This will help answer an old scientific question about the actual function of the nerve hormone. D C MYER AMP,:{rf a 154 IND AN CULTURE 1.1 3.111,11 1,1 1,1 ' 111 ' ili ?plod I 111 1,111 ' , 11: 11,111 .,11I.1 1111 ' 1 I r , Sandpainting, one part of curing ceremonies, is a direct contact with the Gods. This Navajo painting represents the Sun ' s House. Research on Arizona ' s various Indian tribes is often carried on by students seeking M.A. degrees and Ph.Ds. Staff members constantly work independently to further knowledge of the Arizona Indians ' history. Dr. Emil W. Haury, Director of the Arizona State Museum and Head of the Department of Anthro- pology says that the purpose of this research is " .. . to recreate the life of people in this arid Southwest so that we can understand the kinds of problems they faced, and how they solved these problems. We are interested in knowing what influences the environment A coed carefully mends pottery in a museum storage room. had on their culture and the ways in which these early societies developed. " For 15 consecutive summers the Department of Anthropology and the Museum have jointly operated a university archeological field school, a training and research program at Point of Pines on the San Carlos Indian Reservation. Work at Point of Pines has re- vealed a history of approximately 3,000 years of that region ' s occupants. About 300 students from at least 45 colleges and universities and 12 countries have participated in the program. -41 4 These carved figures represent Apache Mountain Spirits. They are unusual because figure carving is not common among the Apaches. 155 AIME National professional mining and metallurgical engineering association Students in Mining, Metallurgy and Geology compose AIME. Each fall members attend the annual Ari- zona section of AIME held in Tuc- son. Activities include film showings and speakers at monthly meetings. The aim of AIME is supplementing student ' s knowledge and interest in mining. AIME: Row 1: Bruce Stone, Roeolfo Jaggi, Curt Clarkson, Don Wright, Dave Wilson, Dave Hogan. Row 2: Robert Braatz, Karl Elers, Delmer Wallace, Bill Stephens, William Collins, Louis B. Thoreson. Row 3: Joe Shea, Tom Tone, Allen Young, Richard Beard, Edward Mitchell. T-IONORARIES ALPHA DELTA SIGMA National advertising honorary Alpha Delta Sigma, whose mem- bers are chosen on the basis of in- terest and achievement in advertis- ing and scholastic record, attempts to bridge the gap between advertis- ing in the classroom and actual busi- ness practice. Special activities this year included a broadcast for Homecoming on KCUB. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA: Row 1: Mike O ' Harro, William Nelson, Ray Zukowski, Barnabe Robles, J. D. Ozmun. Row 2: Alan Satterlee, Lee Davidson, Louis Maraschiello, Linford Hines, Jim Ingwalson. 156 ALPHA KAPPA DELTA: Row 1: Raymond Mulligan, W. H. McConnico, Joanne French, Kathleen McCarty, Beverly Carnevale, James E. Officer. Row 2: Lionel Rombach, Vernon Housewright, Jesse Hendrix, Gildo Menicacci, Phillip Hurley, Elmer Brown Donald Klaiss. ALPHA KAPPA DELTA National scholastic sociology honorary The main activity of Alpha Kappa Delta this year was discussing sociolgical problems. Members invited to join are chosen from those sociology majors with a cumulative grade average of 2.0 or better. ALPHA KAPPA PSI National men ' s business honorary Alpha Kappa Psi sponsored speakers from Tucson business firms, tours and professional pro- grams. The aim of Alpha Kappa Psi is to foster scientific research in fields of commerce, account- ing, and finance. Climaxing the year was a ban- quet and an annual softball game. ALPHA KAPPA PSI: Row 1: John Schatteles, James R. Chappel, Peter Filiatrault, Mickey Western, Paul Chuppa, Ed Eisele, Mike O ' Harro, Matt Slobin. Row 2: Kenneth Marcoux, Joe Naab, Fulton Marshall, Tom Gordon, Gary Bosket, Sheldon Broder, Edward Cassidy, Tom Hood. Row 3: Daniel Mason, Philip Edlund, Jay Alderson, Robert Feldman, Don McGrath, Bill Dunphy. 157 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA: Row I: Sara Bromley, Mary Miller, Olivia Parker, Carole Kraftmeyer, Patti Vcliz, Judy Loper, Barbara Drinkwater. Row 2: Dorothy McDonald, Kathy Stratton, Glo ria Kallil, Myrna Zimbler, Diane Mensch, Charlotte Kenan, Carolyn Pierce, Ro- berta Wolf, Sylvia Payette, Miss Luz, advisor. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA National freshman women ' s scholastic honorary Alpha Lambda Delta, an organization designed to further interest in high scholarshi p, requires a 1.5 accumulated grade average during either semester of the freshman year. The group sponsored teas, speakers, and various activities and exchanges with other groups on campus. ALPHA PHI OMEGA National scouting service honorary Striving to do service for the student body, faculty, and com- munity is the main purpose of Alpha Phi Omega. This year its many projects included sponsoring the " Ugly Man " Contest, and conducting a drive for Asian students. ALPHA PHI OMEGA: Row 1: Bill Varney, advisor; Lonnie White, Doug Chadwick, James Chappel, secretary; John Bridges, treasurer; Joseph Eron. Row 2: Dennis St. John, Harlow Peterson, Robert Mapes, Frank Antinoro, Roger Rodzen. Row 3: Charles Lewis, Ronald Cottrell, Eddie Peabody, Turney Tuggle, Boyd Carpenter, president; Corky Olsen. 158 ALPHA OMICRON Women ' s home economics honorary Membership requirements for Alpha Omicron include a 2.0 accumulated grade average, junior or senior standing, and a major in the field of Home Economics. Initiates worked to promote leadership, service, and interest in Home Economics. ALPHA OMICRON: Row I: Rosemary McGowan, Katherine Pessin, Judy Davis. ALPHA TAU ALPHA National professional agriculture education fraternity Alpha Tau Alpha is composed of agricultural education majors with a 2.5 grade average. Awards are pre- sented each year by this organization to outstanding agricultural teachers. ALPHA TAU ALPHA: Row 1: Charles VanMeter, Gordon Elliot, Doyle Coffey, Pat English. Row 2: Robert Sotomayer, Stuart Anderson, W. Ackley, L. E. Hesla, John Williams, advisor. ALPHA ZETA National scholastic agricultural honorary Alpha Zeta is a national agriculture honorary which sponsored speakers and a steak fry during the year. Its purpose is to promote the interests of agriculture and to foster high standards of scholarship, character, and leadership among its mem- bers. ALPHA ZETA: Row 1: Jon Peek, William Kinnison, Dan Klingenberg. Row 2: Clay Lambeth, Arthur Freybag, Tom Glover. 159 AIEE-IRE National professional electrical and radio engineering association Any full time student in the elec- trical engineering college may belong to AIEE-IRE. This group participated in activities concerning advancement in the electrical engi- neering field, and benefited from technical speeches by qualified en- gineers. A special event was an essay contest for AIEE-IRE mem- bers. AIEE-IRE: Row 1: Allen Riker, Ron Roth, Joe Riccio, Everett Johnson, Eugene Parrill, Robert Walker, advisor. Row 2: Charles Moran, Michael Kafenhause, Philip Vosskuhler, Harlow Peterson, Robert Beard, Keith Kingsbury, Don Saunders. Row 3: Ray Zimmer- man, Bob ' Steinbach, Thomas Simondi, Robert Wong, Bob Heard. ASCE American society of civil engineers Those enrolled in civil engineering or who wish to develop an interest in this field are among the 100 members of ASCE. Field trips, conferences, and a senior banquet made up the year ' s activities. Meetings were held bi- monthly with speakers lecturing on semi-technical subjects. ASCE: Row 1: Pedro Fernandez, David Bartholomew, Dan Yoder, Joseph Heny-parra, Edward Geisei, Kaveh Shurarii, Stanley Dea, Wayne Moore. Row 2: James Barber, president; James Pessin, Don Schultze, Fareed Nader, Cyrid J. Chan, James Cashin, Glenn Carter, George Barr, Ronald Williams, Jim Judd, William Estes. Row 3: Robert McCusker, Sidney A. Head, Jr., Stephen Corrales, David Hall, Donald DaDeppo, James Kreigh, Gary Tesch, Richard John Baker, Bob Humphrey, Jack Burns, Kenneth H. Welty. 160 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION: Row 1: Norma Conn, Daryl Smith, Carl Stuffier, Frank White, Richard Guzman, Gene Scarborough, Norton Goldberg, Carl McHenry, Dick King, Don Kopec, Walter Gross. Row 2: Jim Lee, Glenn Orr, Al Hernandez, Hank Higuera, Gregory Sinclair, Rudy Busta- monte, George Almond, Adolfo Diaz, Hugh Laird, Tom Motz, Ramon Robles. Row 3: Mickey Christie, Hank Winship, Dick Kennedy, Dick Beaufeaux, Chuck Byrd, Jim Norris, Jon Lim, Ronald Gillespie. Row 4: Dean Willis Brewer, Dick Eckert, Dr. Maniar, Herb Meshel, Wesley Peterson, Steve Lee, Jerry Ober- mayer, John Chandler, Judy Winter, Dorothy Stanley, Ping Lee, Jean Eng, Mettalou Henderson, Ardis Cooper, Ola Macias, Hal Tomlin, Kathy Smiley, Mary Ellen Heinz, Carlos Benavente, Larry White, Dick Mansur, Dr. Joseph Zapotocky, advisor. Row 5: Orin Smith, Bill Endert, Jens Wagner, Gene Yutsus, Torn Katafiasz. AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION National professional pharmacy association This organization is the student branch of the National American Pharmaceutical Association, and tries to better the relations between the public and pharmacists. At the monthly meetings, speakers lectured on new drug products and new out- look in the field of pharmacy. Qualifications for this group include a 3.0 grade average and a strong interest in pharmacy. 161 ANGEL FLIGHT AFROTC women ' s honorary This year Angel Flight celebrates the second anniversary of its founding on campus. The purpose of this or- ganization is to promote interest in the Air Force and support the Arnold Air Society and Silver Wing. Angel Flight hosted at the Air Force func- tions and helped entertain visiting ROTC ' s. ANGEL FLIGHT: Row 1: Mary Lou Doolen, Kathy Hurley, Kim Elliott, Lynne Bring- hurst, Diane Vance, Susan Currie. Row 2: Nancy Babel, Carole Raymond, Phyllis Haskell, Joan Johnson, Mary Ellen Willey, Anne Jorgenson, Margaret Burton. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY: Row 1: Alan Young, Darrell Fisher, Micky Doty, Edwin Yoakum, Robert McCusker, Clifford Bueche, Lloyd Elsberry, Wayne Douglas, Sidney Head. Row 2: Jim Harri- gan, David McClure, Henry Dubuy, Mike Elzey, Kenny Marcoux, John Bridges, Michael Simpler, George Kidd, David Barclay, William Tewsberry. Row 3: Vernon Ellis, John Anderson, Don Smith, Val Lighter, Alan Bohai ' , Raymond Healy, Gary Harmon, John Armstrong, Bernie Radza, Gary Munk, Ernest V. Yingling. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY National Air Force student honorary Arnold Air Society is the Air Force ROTC social organization. Members are chosen on their scholastic achievement and interest in the Air Force. During the year activities included a detachment party and the co-sponsorship of the Military Ball. Members put up exhibits for Mom and Dad ' s Day and Senior Day. 162 BETA BETA ETA National biological science honorary Encouraging biological research, stimulat- ing scholarship, and promoting scientific knowledge are the goals of Beta Beta Beta. Members attended a Regional Convention in the fall, and held a banquet and initiation of new members in the spring. Other activi- ties included lectures and field trips. BETA BETA BETA: Row I: Judy Fuller, Gail Kershner Riggs, Paula Todd, Sharon Proctor, Emily Carpenter. Row 2: Arthur Freytag, John Murphy, Aven Clark, Rose- mary Gala, Stanley Pugmire, Charles Davis. Row 3: Robert Harris, Albert Ellis, Richard H. Hevly, Hal Murray, Bob Snider, Jon Coppa, Jon Peek. DELTA PSI KAPPA Women ' s physical education honorary Delta Psi Kappa members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and fel- lowship. A physical education honorary, Delta Psi Kappa offered tutoring services and held clinics on various sports and physical ed- ucation subjects. DELTA PSI KAPPA: Row 1: Jan Mosher, Rosemary Gala, Pauline Roberge, Brenda Bowker. Row 2: Lynne Dailey, Perry Wolf, Agnes Garner, sponsor. DELTA SIGMA PI National professional BPA fraternity Delta Sigma Pi is an honorary business fraternity. In order to further business edu- cation, members tour different Tucson busi- ness plants. The honorary initiated 34 new members this year and took a trip to Phoe- nix to visit the Motorola plant. DELTA SIGMA PI: Row 1: Don Collier, John A. Klekner, Ishmael Almada, James D. Adams, chancellor; James Ferguson, pres- ident; Edward Schaus, secretary; Mike Cagalj. 163 DELTA SIGMA RHO National forensic honorary Delta Sigma Rho honors students having high scholastic achievement in Forensics. Members were encouraged to participate in debates and public speaking. The group sponsored a tea, and assisted with the handling of the University Speech Tour- nament. DELTA SIGMA RHO: Row I: Dr. Jack Howe, John Schatteles, Norm Liechty, Corky Olsen. GAMMA SIGMA DELTA National agricultural honorary Eighty-seven men have been recog- nized by Gamma Sigma Delta for their superior scholarship and outstanding interest in agriculture. Gamma Sigma Delta is open to seniors, graduate stu- dents, and faculty members. GAMMA SIGMA DELTA: Row 1: Fred Turner, C. 0. Stanberry, Robert Humphrey, R. E. Seltzer, R. H. Maier, A. G. Nelson, Fred H. Tschirley. Row 2: Howard Ray, M. M. Kelso, G. A. Gries, Robert E. Briggs, T. F. Bueh- rer, Paul Keener, Sol Resnick, Dr. Floyd G. Werner, R. B. Streets. Row 3: David R. Kaincaid, J. S. Hillman, R. C. Angus, L. W. Dewhirst, Thomas Stubblefield, Leland Burkhart, Clark Martin. GAMMA ALPHA CHI National BPA advertising fraternity The main project of Gamma Alpha Chi was the sponsorship of the " Ten Best Dressed contest. They also sponsored a fashion show with the ten best dressed girls as models. Gamma Alpha Chi is open to all women interested in the field of advertising. GAMMA ALPHA CHI: Row 1: Sandy Battenfield, Barbara Kalil, Karen Koois- tra, Francis Daniel, Helen Gard. Row 2: Laura Lindeman, Corinne Huber, Rae Kenworthy, Liz Wilmer, Mary Kay Schoff m an. 164 KAPPA EPSILON National women ' s pharmacy honorary Women who have completed 12 units in the college of pharmacy with a 3.0 grade average are eligible for membership in Kappa Epsilon. One of their service activities was the annual fund raising drive for the Arizona Children ' s Home. KAPPA ELSILON: Row 1: Mettalou Henderson, Kathleen Smiley, Ola Macias, Ping Lee. Row 2: Mary Ellen Heinz, Jean Whitmore, faculty advisor; Nancy Kess- ler, Dee Stanley, Judy Anne Winter. KAPPA PSI National scholastic pharmacy honorary Kappa Psi is a pharmaceutical fra- ternity whose purpose is to better pro- fessional status. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship and interest in pharmacy. KAPPA PSI: Row 1: Dr. Simonian, Richard King, Carl McHenry. Row 2: Mark Horne, Greg Sinclair, Glen Orr, Carl Stuffier, Norman Conn, Henry Winship, Norton Goldberg. Row 3: Don Cho i sser, Gene Scarborough, Richard Guzman, Frank White, Orin Smith, Bill Wheeler, Dick Kinney, Daryl Smith. KAPPA KAPPA PSI National men ' s band honorary Required for membership into Kappa Kappa Psi is one semester in the UA band, and a high academic achievement. Its pur- pose is the advancement of the University band, and it sponsors the Varsity Show and various other band functions. KAPPA KAPPA PSI: Row 1: Allyn Ku- bishke, Jim May, Smith Reeves, Bill Bris- co, John Prokof, Bob Ruben, Bill Wort- man, Tom Russell, Jim Crawford, Hector Espinosa. Row 2: Bill Bolenjack, Bill Skidmore, Fred Dotton, Evert Green, Mike Elzey, Koste Belcheff, John Mendle, Ward Stevens, Alex Cooper, Frank House- holder. 165 PHI DELTA CHI National pharmacy professional fraternity Phi Delta Chi is a national profes- sional pharmaceutical fraternity. They take part in National Pharmacy Week, a week devoted to informing the pub- lic about the advantages of pharmacy. Every two years an award is given to the outstanding sophomore student. PHI DELTA CHI: Row 1: Richard Draper, William Russell, Jimmy Lee, Daniel Saldamando, Richar d Beau- feaux. Row 2: Hugh Laird, Walter Gross. E. S. Yutsus, Norman Algert, William Endert, Frank Phillips. Row 3: Ion Schoenwald, Oscar Martinez, Charles Borsic, Rudy Bust a m o nte, Stephen Yang. PHI ALPHA DELTA International law fraternity The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta is to further professional law. The 75 members of this international law honorary spon- sored a Speech Contest and had monthly speakers. They also held a dance and din- ner for the entire law school. PHI ALPHA DELTA: Row 1: Richard E. Skousen, Irval L. Mortenson, Stan Lerch, Stanley M. German, Theodore Pederson, Lewis C. Murphy. Row 2: Stephen Pogson, Stanley Krotenberg, John Goodson, Thelton Beck, Matthew Boro- wiec, Webb Crockett. Row 3: Tom Foster, Ted Geyler, John Sande O ' Dowd, William C. Loftus. PHI ALPHA THETA History honorary Outstanding achievement in scholarship is required for Phi Alpha Theta, whose purpose is promoting interest in the field of history. They publish The Historian monthly, which is compiled from out- standing research papers by history majors and minors. PHI ALPHA THETA: Row 1: Osborne Reynolds, Douglass Ford, Mable Blow, Henry Anderson, Gayle Gordon, Mario Rodriguez, J. A. Carroll. Row 2: William Canalez, Charles Hucker, Edward Baum- gart. Gustav Seligman, J. Gregory Os- wald, professor; Harold Kopper, Richard Vaules, Andrew Wallace. 166 PHI KAPPA PHI: Row 1: Leah- mea McCoy, Phyllis Gibbs, Beverly Carnevale, Clara P. Bloom, Hattie Solomon, Donna Klimpke, Kathe- rine Pessin, Janet Tappan. Row 2: Max P. Vosskuhler, H. V. Smith, T. F. Buehrer, Lloyd McCann, Ba- bette Luz, Loyal Gryting, David Windsor, V. H. Simoniam, R. B. Streets. Row 3: Edwin Kurtz, Arthur T. Grant, Ervin Schmutz, Curtis Merritt, Horace Gardner, Osborne Reynolds, James E. Officer. PHI KAPPA PHI National scholastic honorary Members of Phi Kappa Phi represent all colleges on the University campus, and were chosen for their out- standing records in both scholarship and activities. Phi Kappa Phi gives scholarships to undergraduate students, and each year selects the outstanding senior whose name is then engraved on a plaque in the library. PHI BETA KAPPA National liberal arts. scholastic honorary Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest existing Greek letter society, founded in 1776. Members are chosen from those students in the Liberal Arts College having su- perior scholarshi p. The " Visiting Scholar " program was sponsored by this group, along with a tea honoring students with outstanding scholastic achievement. PHI BETA KAPPA: Row 1: James E. Officer, Beverly Carnevale, Leah- mea McCoy, Phyllis Gibbs, Babette Luz, Lathrop Roberts. Row 2: Ed- win Kurtz, Harvey Cohn, Osborne Reynolds, David Windsor, Loyal Gryting, Charles Hucker. 167 PHI LAMBDA UPSILON National scholastic men ' s chemistry honorary Phi Lambda Upsilon is made of men having distinguished achievement in chemistry. They foster high standards in chemical research and scholarship. Phi Lambda Upsilon judges the Science Fair and gives a scholarship each year, the Kendall Award, to a deserving chemistry student. PHI LAMBDA UPSILON: Row 1: Cornelius Steelink, W. H. Fuller, R. H. Maier, Keith De Armond, T. F. Buehrer. Row 2: Alec Kelley, Harold E. Nordby, Kaoru Matsuda, Leslie Smith, H. V. Smith. Row 3: Robert J. Lyons, Stanley Grenda, James Katekaru, Byron Hawbecker, James M. Fresco. PHI DELTA PHI National law fraternity The purpose of Phi Delta Phi is both social and professional. Members must be held in good standing in law school. They hold an annual initiation banquet and have such prominent speakers as Morris Udall, well-known attorney, at meetings and luncheons. PHI DELTA PHI: Row 1: Terry McGillicuddy, Calvin Brice, Moise Berger, Robert Chard, Leon Thikoll, Jack Redhair. Row 2: Barry Cline, Joe Rich, Boyd Gibbons, Gary Nelson, Burt Kinek, Charles Hadley. 168 PI-H MU ALPHA Men ' s national music fraternity Phi Mu Alpha is the Men ' s National Music Fraternity, composed of men in the School of Music and the band with high scholastic ability. Phi Mu Alpha ' s pur- pose is the promotion of music on the campus and the promotion of brother- hood of members. PHI MU ALPHA: Row 1: Don Hardisty, advisor; Phillip Ewart, treasurer; John Mendle, secretary; Charles Boyer, president; Fred Anderson, vice president; Jim May, Bruce Colell, Tom McKean. Row 2: Dean Estabrook, Smith Reeves, Robert Potter, William Skidmore, Phil Azelton, Darryl Manring, Bill Caddell, Bill Suhonen, Gene Bell, William Chinworth. PI 1ELTA PHI National scholastic French honorary Members must have a grade average of 1.5 to be eligible for Pi Delta Phi. Medals are given to the senior majoring in French with the highest grade average and the one who has contributed the most to the French Club. PI DELTA PHI: Row 1: Sandra Selover, Margaret Hildreth, Donna Klimpke, Brenda Holleran, Linda Ullman, Evelyn Copeland. Row 2: Bon Richardson, Charles Shapley, Arthur Beattie, Charles Rosenberg, William J. Cuneo, Loyal Gryting, John Brooks, Charles Janssens. 169 PI OMEGA PI National business education honorary PI MU EPSILON National scholastic mathematics honorary Pi Mu Epsilon is an honorary mathematics organization, members having achieved a 1.0 grade average in Calculus. Their purpose is to promote scholarships and education in mathematics. Meetings are monthly, featur- ing speakers on math and related subjects. Climaxing the year is the annual banquet. PI MU EPSILON: Row 1: Barney Hunts, Stanley Dea, Wally Geniec, Peter Kertesz, Roy Lippman. Row 2: Harry von Bergen, Donald Collins, Harry Ruhsam, Horace Gardner, Larry Betts. To further the interests of business edu- cation majors and minors, and keep abreast of current business trends is the purpose of Pi Omega Pi. They act as guides for Mom and Dad ' s Day in the BPA college, and hold a Christmas tea for critic and practice teachers. PI OMEGA PI: Row 1: Mary Lou Cum- mings, Carolyn Kepner, Barbara Randall, Florence Toland, Anita Armigo. Row 2: Joan Moody, Pat Cunningham, Jeanne Merrill, Kay Hardy. PSI CHI National psychology honorary The National honorary society in Psy- chology, Psi Chi, is open to students with a major or minor in Psychology. They give a yearly research award to the most deserving business student. PSI CHI: Row 1: Jay Shapiro, Beverly Car- nevale, Donna Olsen, James Newton. Row 2: Stephen Weiss, Dick Clifford, Joseph Angelo, Russell Peterson, David A. Gershaw. 170 RHO CHI National pharmacy professional fraternity Requirements for Rho Chi include a grade average of 2.0, and and a standing in, the upper 20% of the pharmacy class. Members present a yearly award to the pharmacy stu- dent having the highest grade average. RHO CHI: Row 1: Mary Ellen Heinz, V. H. Simon an. SCABBARD AND BLADE National advanced military honorary Senior ROTC men with moral character and demonstrated leadership ability com- pose Scabbard and Blade. Each year, they hold a banquet at Davis-Monthan Air Base and help sponsor the Military Ball. SCABBARD AND BLADE: Row 1: Colonel Edward H: Wilkie, Jr.; Brent F. Moody, Bon Richardson, John R. Edwards, M. E. Naylor, Colonel James F. McKinley, Major W. S. Jungerheld. Row 2: Doug Dunipace, Jim Hill, Ken Holbrook, Terry Muse, Doug Un- ruh, James M. Barber, Hugh Grinnell, K. R. Peterson, Frank Scussel. Row 3: Jack Hal- land, Keith Runion, William Kinnison, Dick Dill, Roy Stonecipher, Tom Swanson, Dave Hively. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Women ' s national music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota is composed of music majors and minors. They give recitals, usher for concerts and recitals, and attend the American Composer ' s Recital. They were awarded the National Outstanding Chapter Award last year. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA: Row I: Sally Webb, Barbara Ewald, Rita Mosiman, Martha Parker, Althea Levine. Row 2: Carol Ray, Faye Folkins, Barbara Cleve- land, Jean Mount, Nancy Angel, Carolyn Payne. Row 3: Judy Spalding, Nancy Rich, Vonna Thompson, Linda Bassett, Sherry Gallup. 171 SIGMA DELTA PI National scholastic Spanish honorary Sigma Delta Pi is open to those students with a major or minor in Spanish, and superior achievement in the language. Their purpose is to foster the study of Hispanic literature, culture, and language. SIGMA DELTA PI: Row 1: Gloria As- tiazaran, Amelina Heredia, Faye Folkins, Veronica Hubbard, Cecilia Quiroz, An- gela Casanova. Row 2: Betty Walsh, ad- visor; Francisco Perez, Timothy Brown, George lwanaga, J. E. Davis, Philip G. Hudson. SIGMA PI SIGMA National physics research honorary Required for membership into Sigma Pi Sigma is a grade average of 2.0 in physics and high scholastic standing in related fields. They work toward the stimulation of interest in physics and the recognition of outstanding students. SIGMA PI SIGMA: Row 1: John Leavitt, Frank Davidson, E. Schroedinger, Robert Curtis, A. A. Michelson, Ulirich Bents. Row 2: Polly Vanek, Richard Mangum, Robert H. Dicherson, Larry Landau, Ed- mond Lifschitz, Ann Geoffrion. SILVER WING Sophomore air cadets Silver Wing is a service honorary for the education of basic cadets in leader- ship. They conduct an AFROTC leader- ship school, and take trips to military and civilian installations. Silver Wing takes part in Mom and Dad ' s Day and Home- coming. SILVER WING: Row I: Edward Meyer, George Birch, Thomas Lange, Charles Van Every. Row 2: Thomas Simondi, Mason J. Toles, Raphael Finkelstein, Ned Britt, Willard Webster. Row 3: Captain Tocci, sponsor; Bob Feldman, Michael Wright, Don Finch. 172 TAU BETA PI: Row 1: Larry Betts, Don Wild, Richard Howie, Wally Geniec, Peter Keresz, vice president; Russell Rogers, presi- dent; Torn Ewing, Edwin Smith, Philip Vosskuhler, Donald J. Collins, Row 2: Jack Sykes, David Wilson, Herbert Willett, Ian Clark, Marvin Musgrave, Yung Yu11 Kim, Stanley J. Dea, Barry Meisels, Edward Geiser, Clyde Smith. TAU BETA PI National engineering honorary The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to honor students who have attained high scholastic ratings in their engineering curriculum. They offer free tutoring to freshman and sopho- more engineering students, and render services to the en- gineering college. THETA MU Local psychology honorary Theta Mu is the local psychology hon- orary at the university. Its purpose is to show the application of psychological principles in related fields. Theta Mu has monthly pro- grams and performs services for the com- munity. THETA MU: Row I: Beverly Carnevale, David A. Gershaw, Russell Peterson, Donna Olsen. Row 2: Newton E. James, Joseph Angelo, Carol Weiss, Jay Shapiro, Stephen Weiss, Caesar, mascot. 173 TAU BETA SIGMA Women ' s hand honorary A national service honoray, Tau Beta Sig- ma directs its activities toward the UA band. They aid Kappa Psi with the production of the Varsity Show, and during Freshman Week, help with the orientation of new band members. TAU BETA SIGMA: Row 1: Joyce Everett, Donna Thatcher, Vonna Thompson, Margaret Hearn, Caryl Keilhorn, Althea Levine, Arlene Weinburger, Barbara Cleveland, Mary McComb, Ladine Bennerr, Sandy Stambach, president. Row 2: Lois Corpe, C. Laverne Lamb, Nancy Angel, Janet Ayers, Sandra Neese, Nancy Jo Bendixen, Anne McConnell, Virginia Robertson, Barbara Romero, Becky Douglass, Gail Gunderson, Judy Spalding. THETA TAU National professional engineering fraternity Members of Theta Tau must be men over 18 years old in the college of En- gineering, Mines, or Geology. They hold a pledge picnic, and banquets for initia- tion and Founder ' s Day THETA TAU: Row 1: Allan Riker, Steven Carrell, Joe Riccio, John Weaver, Everett Johnson, James McCoy. Row 2: John Kaur, George Barr, Ronald Williams, Don Seindle, William Estes, Philip Vosskuhler. Row 3: Jerry Roemmelt, Marshall Rice, Bill Mitchell, John LaBar, Duke Patterson, Professor Philip Newlin, advisor. 174 UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Local drama honorary Supervision of ticket sales and publicity for departmental productions is one of the duties of University Players, the local drama honorary. They also sell refresh- ments during intermission at University plays and each year give a $100 scholar- ship to a drama major. UNIVERSITY PLAYERS: Row 1: Sue Jenkinson, Judy Carr, Barbara Block, Marilyn Meyer, Barbara Berger. Row 2: Sandy Tuller, Andrea Bowers, Dian HoYwitz, Aphonse Apalatequi, Sherri Morris, Mary Patterson. Row 3: Robert C. Burroughs, faculty advisor; Brian Donohue, Loretta Wohlgemuth, Reginald Bain, Jeffrey Ericson. WOMEN ' S PRESS CLUB journalism honorary Furthering interests and contacts in jour- nalism is the goal of the Women ' s Press Club, a journalism honorary. They sponsor a Christmas party for the Journalism Depart- ment, hold a publicity clinic and various professional meetings. WOMEN ' S PRESS CLUB: Row 1: Judy Swaner, Betsy Little, Joyce Van Reenan. Row 2: Edith Sayre, Jan Watson, Virginia Fraps, Brewster Campbell, advisor. 175 i I ■ I ( " - ■ I I . WW1 0 .0 " 11111... %pa. =M. ■ra. I • e ' 1 I .. I i I 1 ..- 1 sIsg• SOW .11111110, We " . FROST INVADE CAMPUS Freshman Week is held to acquaint the incoming students with the UA campus and its activities. During this week it is not uncommon to see a Sopho arriving from the airport with a group of coeds loaded down with suitcases, or a Spur bombarded with questions. With rush and the many assemblies this first week is a hectic one. After the bewilderment of registra- tion and many conferences, students rush to the bookstores to pick up their materials. The night of the Prexy mixer, the Sophos signal the end of Fresh- man Week and the beginning of the new school year by burning the " A. " The next day the Frosh make their way up the mountain to return the " A " to its traditional color with numerous buckets of white paint. Sopho Dave Hossler seems interested in the coeds talking to Debbie Bacon, while Patsy Ackly won- ders if the suitcases will ever get into the dorm. These hurried students in the Student Union Bookstore indi- Delta Gamma pledges greet guests at Pledge Presents, an cate the state of mass confusion reigning before classes begin. annual affair to present new sorority members to the campus. Please Save Your Cash Register for REFUNDS 178 Two students create a striking picture as they pause for a quiet talk at the All-University Picnic, held just before the start of the school year. The purpose of the annual get-together is to familiarize students with the UA campus religious organizations. 179 LEADERS OF TODAY o 0 o STUDENT LEADER RETREAT Plans and projects for the committees of the As- sociated Students of the University of Arizona, the Student Union Activities Board, and Representative Council for the 1960-61 school year were made and discussed by chairmen at the annual Student Leader Retreat held this September. General problems an- ticipated by these groups were also discussed at this meeting. Pleasure was combined with business at the all- day retreat in the Mount Lemmon Lodge. Those pres- ent included: Row 1: Anne DiCicco, Laura Leavitt, Gerri Finklestein, Connie McCarroll, Dee Ann Gray, Llew Howard, Anita Karnitz. Row 2: Joyce Van- Reenen, Petite Catlin, Bob Clements, Sue Pooler, Bob Reade. Row 3: Joe Cole, Jim Sakrison, Gene Rowe, Rich Feldheim. Row 4: Paul Chuppa, Jay Alderson, Jay Stuckey. Standing: Corky Olsen, Jerry Soma, Sharon Rains, Margie Barrie, Judy Clothier, and Larry Betts. " Bumps " Tribolet intently leads Jim Sakrison, Anne DiCicco and Gerri Finklestein in a group discussion. Bob Reade gives Petite Catlin and Margie Barrie some help with the kitchen duties at the summer retreat. cc PREXY MIXER ASUA Social Life Committee sponsored the annual Prexy Mixer held in the Student Union Ballroom. In the absence of UA Pres- ident Richard A. Harvill, Dr. Robert Nugent greeted the guests. Students were also invited to meet Dean Carlson, Dean Slonaker, Assistant Dean Wil- son, and the new Assistant Dean of Women, Miss Millicent Demmin. Present to meet their fellow students were ASUA President Larry Betts and Margie Barrie, AWS President. Mu- sic was by the Hepcats. Dr. Nugent shakes one of possibly a thousand hands at the Prexy Mixer. GET TOGETHER . HI AND SMILE WEEK Phratares sponsored Hi and Smile Week to promote spirit and friendli- ness on campus. Various students were selected for the smile of the day and pictures displaying their smiles were placed in the bookstore. Also during the week smiles of the king and queen candidates were placed on large jars, which students filled with their penny votes. At the end of the week Janet LaValle was crowned Queen of Smiles and John Barton, King of Smiles. The money raised was given to the Arizona Boys Ranch. Maybe Janet and John are looking for their winning smiles from be- hind that large campus palm tree. ACTIVITIES MART University of Arizona ' s Activities Mart for 1960, sponsored by the Associated Women Student ' s Campus Activities committee, pro- vided an opportunity for a multitude of stu- dents to receive information about activities and to apply for positions in the many groups on the campus. Spurs assisted bewildered freshmen in search of the organization of their choice. All ASUA-SUAB and AWS committees took ap- plications from a record number of interested students from which they chose members for this semester ' s roll. Students eagerly crowd around a table to sign up for campus activities. AN WORK . . BLOOD DRIVE The Campus Blood Drive, held yearly, was termed " a complete suc- cess " by its chairman, Frances Wong. The students and faculty members who gave blood responded to the drive ' s slogan " Wildcats give that others may live. " Their generosity boosted this year ' s total 135 pints ahead of last year ' s. The blood drive was filled with hu- morous incidents during the serious work. Several coeds who volunteered to act as comforters were unnerved at the sight of blood. They made hasty excuses to dash for water, but always came back to rededicate themselves to helping the 505 blood donors. As this girl is doing, many other stu- dents took time to donate their blood in a mass student effort to save lives. WE STRIVE Posters, posters, and more posters! And just as many hours went into the origination of slogans and performance of amusing antics. Many students passed this popular, news-centered spot the week of campaigning to view the many attractions each candidate displayed. Viewers of class election results are Mike Stewart, George McLain, Rodney Dicus, Scott McCortney, and Bill Bradbury. CLASS ELECTIONS Once again exhausting but exciting elections drew near. Signing of petitions was completed quickly by the eager and enthusiastic aspirants and then long hours of hard work went into planning their campaigns. All sizes and shapes of posters, sandwich boards, name tags and painted cars ap- peared on campus. Competition was keen, and the campaigns fea- tured many new innovations as free TV for the World Series Games and enticing lemonade. The night before the polls opened, candidates and their election managers gave dinner speeches and con- ducted serenades in an exciting last minute effort to capture the student vote. 184 -IEY SEEK HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR AND BAND DAY Looking toward the future, the Univer- sity welcomed the class of 1965 to the cam- pus for the 1 1 th Annual Band and Senior Day. Campus tours, college information, and assemblies were of interest to the stu- dents as they prepared for their college years. The Senior Day Queen candidates were presented at a SUAB assembly where Dr. Richard A. Harvill and Larry Betts wel- comed the students. Later at a dance in the Student Union Ballroom, Sally May was crowned queen. In the afternoon twenty-seven Arizona high school bands presented shows for judges. During half-time at the West Texas State game, color, satire, and resounding music dominated in a mass performance by 2,000 musicians. Sally May, representing Catalina High, is con- Two seniors head for Varsity Stadium gratulated on being selected Senior Day Queen. to take part in Band Day competition. Twenty-seven bands from Arizona high schools join the U of A Marching Band at the half-time of the West Texas football game. The massed bands ' presentation was entitled " Campaign Capers " to urge spectators to vote in the national and local elections. 185 PAUSE FOR PROGRESS FOR STUDENTS ONLY .o WELCOME MOM AND DAD! What course is this? Hello - o - o I ' m sorry, this model is not for sale. 188 Oft to our 7;40 ' s . . ride anyone? He ' s got a Saturday night class? Now it ' s your turn! WEEK TAKES ITS COURSE And don ' t come back until you ' ve picked up all of them. Not again .. . All ' s well that ends well. 189 Judy Hodge escorted by Jim Mason and Cadet Douglass. Joan Johnson reigns as 1960 Military Ball Queen. Linda Haas escorted by Ken Peterson and Cadet Bowers. ROYAL " " Y GRACES MI,ITA 3,Y BALL Joan Johnson escorted by Jim Hill, Cadet Collette. 1959 Miltary Ball Queen Sally Pierce es- corted by Milt Naylor, Cadt. McCusker. " I feel like a king. " Phyllis Craner escorted by Cadt. Doty and Hugh Grinnell. Sally Barrie escorted by Moody and C. Elsberry. " CUNS, GARTERS, AND GALS " CELEBRATES STUDENT UNION BIRTHDAY It was nothing. Well, why DIDN ' T I win? Oh well, it ' s only house money. Systematically speaking .. . 191 and endurance, PAJAMA CLAD, FLORESCENT SIGMA C PLEDGES WIN! Out of confusion, fast running, " All right then, I ' ll take your watch instead. " " These girls just never stop chasing me. " Just drop the coins in quietly. WE EY PTIED OUR POCKETS FOR CAMPUS CHEST " Do you think they ' re worth it? " 193 " Easy there, Tex, she ' s a rearin ' . " " Ed, did you save those directions? " FROM HAR WORK THE BEFORE Us worried? The parade isn ' t ' til tomorrow. " I hope they let me out. " 194 ... AND MANY LATER And now he says do it all over again! I say, who ' s in charge here? A few of us worked all night. " I ' m a pledge . . . why are you here? " Queen for a day, Mary Lou Campo heads the homecoming parade. 195 FIRST PLACE, MEN ' S ORIGINALITY " THE BLAST ' S OFF " SIGMA CHI FIRST PLACE, WOMEN ' S ORIGINALITY " TIME OUT FOR `U ' " PI BETA PHI COMES THE WINNERS FIRST PLACE, WOMEN ' S BEAUTY FIRST PLACE, MEN ' S BEAUTY " BLAST PAST THE FORECAST " " PARALLEL IN PROGRESS " KAPPA ALPHA THETA PHI DELTA THETA SWEEPSTAKES WINNER " FROM YOUR PAST COMES OUR FUTURE " DELTA GAMMA AND KAPPA SIGMA 196 " Mary, meet my sorority sister, Jane. " Where DID he go! HATS OFF TO DERBY DAY Sigh ...God ' s gift to women. A little dab ' 11 do ya " It ' s a portable insect repellant. " ' " Two thousand and one, two thousand and ... 197 " BLUE LAGOON " THEMES INTER-DORM COUNCIL DANCE " Where are you? I know you ' re somewhere on the dance floor . " _Alammosi 101111101......mrammusamworemm.,,_ " One, two, side together ... " " Bear down, Arizona ... " 198 They make the night a little brighter. CHRISTMAS ON CAMPUS " Boy! Look at Santa ' s tummy. " " So it ' s Christmas . . . what ' s trump? . Humanities cheat notes, a set of bar bells, a trip to Fort Lauderdale, a date with B.B., and an age card. " 199 " I used water once and it shrunk. " FRAT PLEDGES OFFER THEIR SERVICES " Maybe I missed my calling by coming to college. " 1 haven ' t been polishing bar counters for nothing. 200 TONS A rARRIS REIGNS AS 1961 IFPC QUEEN INTERNATONA STUDENTS C7ALEBRATE ETALLOWEEN ..and now, the perfect attire for that special date ... " PROFESSORS ARE OUR FAVORITE PEOPLE " Please, ma ' am, let go of the sugar. " " It was a good dinner, but you .still get a " 5 " . " 202 QUEEN AND COVER REVEALED AT 196i DESERT DANCE QUEEN SHERRY GALLUP JA GOES WESTE N " Cough cough ... cigar ... puff ...smoking ... gag ... females ...cough cough. " " Come on now! Bow, legs! " pArAat INA es, ihra ' • Apro k‘- 440,41 lir: tin. • • 4 --- " " ° " — ' wmllwoumlmmswrr WietaiMP9111; oi1141 -7: ' ,witoli " .7 1 N,i171 " -- 74: 4 4..—,..... !MI !Wk .r.Zi...Z% " V " .-; f% ' ,. " -t5PE.4; 1 : " 7 1Mirtanal- , .. 204 The nation ' s top rodeo team is ours! Good pay for a hard clay ' s work ...the Team Trophy. mrsiiiirm. • : `1 " ' sr,o4 R111111EkEl I, _.0 205 THETAS AND FIJIS TAKE SWEEPSTAKES IN VARSITY SHOW Darlene Robart and Joe Cole are named Outstanding Independents. " I propose a toast ... " Rev. J. M. Richardson addresses the Greeks. GREEKS HONORED AT BANQL ET Heavy? Those responsible for Greek Week take a bow. 208 Anno Domini 1961, ten thousand Greeks assembled to witness the great olympic games. " Out of the West come the thundering hoofbeats of the great horse Silver. " Mrs. Hur. Well, what are you wating for? Ben Hur? GREEKS VIE FOR TROPHIES AT OLYMPIC GAMES " Goody Man! " Who says college kids are immature! " Get thee hence and never darken my door! " So that ' s where the Kappa garbage cans went. H C C C cr ..., ,_ „; ON WITH THE TRADITIONAL PEARL HARBOR DAY We commemorate the U.S.S. Arizona. HONORS CON MCA ION Dr. Matthew M. R. Schneck, head of the Department of Philosophy and Psychology for 24 years before his retirement in 1958, delivered the address, " Warranted Assertions, " in which he discusses the objectives of education. Dr. Schneck graduated from the UA in 1925 and received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1929. He is author of the book, " Psycho- logical Tests, Methods and Results. " Dr. Schneck captivates an audience of over 2,000 students. 212 LA HOSTS FOR AWS CONVENTION The University of Arizona Associated Women Students was host to the annual AWS State Convention in February. The theme of their discussions was " Commitment to Community. " A group of seventy-five representatives from Arizona State University, Arizona State College at Flagstaff, Phoenix College, East- ern Arizona J unior College, St. Joseph ' s School of Nursing, Good Samaritan School of Nursing, Grand Canyon State College and New Mexico A M attended. Keynote speakers were former Dean of Women and member of the Board of Regents, Mrs. Eve- lyn Kirmse, and Miss Margaret Knight, im- mediate past president of the YWCA. Sarita Rodriguez, Joan Kantz and Cheryl Higgins make up name tags. Miss Margaret Knight, past president of YWCA and former Dean of Women at Penn State, exchanges ideas with AWS representatives from Arizona. Girls from all over the state discuss their AWS experiences. 213 " MERMAIDS ON MAIN " More than 60 Desert Mermaids gave their interpretations of Main Street in their annual Aquacade in April, entitled " Mer- maids on Main. " The program, directed by Miss Ruth Wynn and Miss Marjorie Price, included 12 original water ballets. Inter- mission entertainment was a performance by three divers. Ballet leg in a circle formation. Circle formation. Pyramid formation. 214 RED AND TALE BALL Wildcats en masse enjoy the annual ASUA dance. WOMEN ' S DAY MEN ' S NIGHT Wearing traditional white, women honor campus leaders. Top men on campus are honored at annual banquet. Mortar Board honors are conferred at dawn around Memorial Fountain. 215 Dr. Paul J. Bohannon, an alumnus of thte Univerity of Ari- zona and now chairman of the Anthropolgy Department at Northwestern University, spoke for the Kennecott series on " An Anthropologist Looks at Africa. " A member of the Colonial Social Science Research Council of the Government of Nigeria, Dr. Bo- hannon serves on the East Africa Institute of Social Research. Dr. J. G. Harrar, vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation since 1959, delivered a lecture on " The Development of People and Resources in Emerging Africa. " Dr. Harrar, formerly a professor of biology and botany, has been engaged in and has supervised intensive studies on science and technology in Africa since 1955. Mr. Alan J. Pifer, executive associate of the Carnegie Corporation of New York since 1953, addressed students, faculty, and the Tuc- son public. Mr. Pifer, who is a trustee of the African-American Institute, a founder of the African Studies Association, and a trustee of the United States-South Africa Leader Ex- change Program, s poke on " Education in Changing Africa. " 1961 KENNECOTT LECTURE SERIES Africa, one of the world ' s most troubled areas, was the topic of discussion for the Kennecott Lecture Series for 1961. Four internationally noted authorities were brought to this campus by means of a gift fund established at the University of Arizona in 1955 by the Kennecott Copper Corporation. Dr. William 0. Jones, whose topic was " An Economist Looks at Africa, " is presently associate director of the Food Research Institute at Stanford University. Dr. Jones has served as president of the Western Economics Asso- ciation and vice president of the Western Farm Economics Asso- ciation. He has specialized in the agricultural economics of Africa for many years. 216 The combined choral groups of the music department inspire the University audience with their performance of Handel ' s Messiah. " THE MESSIAH " Highlighting the Christmas season was the annual performance of Handel ' s Messiah. The combined choral groups of the Music Depart- ment under the direction of John H. Bloom, professor of music, presented the program on December 11 in the University Auditorium. The audience applauded in a standing ovation to express their appreciation as the group closed with " The Halleluiah Chorus. " Solosits this year were Rita Mosiman, Avalyn Rohwer, Judy Clothier, Martha Ward, William Carroll, and David C. Wilson. 217 ASUA CONCERTS Several famed entertainers were brought to the campus again this year by the Asso- ciated Students of the University for the enjoyment of the student body. ASUA Concerts, initiated during the school year 1958-59, have continued to grow in num- ber and popularity. Odetta sang folk music to the strum of a guitar, Roger Williams performed popu- lar arrangements of many classical themes, and Andre Previn returned to the campus to present another outstanding jazz concert during the first semester. Bob Newhart, known for his " Button Down Mind " humor, and Barbara Dane, vocalist, shared a program presented in February. Johnny Mathis, with his misty voice and vivid personality, drew a full house. BOB NEWHART COMEDIAN ODETTA FOLK SINGER 218 ASUA CONCERTS ANDRE PREV EN JAll COMPOSER JOHNNY MATHIS VOCALIST ROGER WILLIAMS PIANIST 219 CHICAGO OPERA BALLET MILDRED DILLING HARPIST The Artist Series program provided a season of varied and entertaining concerts in 1960-61. The program, organized by t he student-faculty Artist Series Committee, was initiated in 1924 to foster cultural interest at the University. The Chicago Opera Ballet featured their ver- sions of Camille and The Merry Widow on two nights. Mildred Dilling, harpist, included selec- tions on 15 antique harps in her evening ' s program. Conductor-Composer Aaron Copland directed a festival of his compositions by the University Sym- phonic Choir and Symphony Orchestra, while Ro- bert Shaw and his Chorale presented a concert of fine choral music. Michael Rabin stirred the audi- ence with magnificently executed violin selections. Baritone Igor Gorin showed his versatility as a vocalist through a varied program of operatic arias. Pianist Claudio Arrau played several major works of Schumann and Liszt, and duo-pianists, Pierre Luboshutz and Genis Nemenoff, played " two pianos as one " in separate concerts. Andre Segovia presented a masterful concert of classical guitar music. In contrast, Shorty Rogers and his Giants were popularly received by jazz enthusiasts, and actor Basil Rathbone presented an evening of dramatic readings from the works of several great English authors. ARM " SERIES 220 MICHAEL RABIN AARON COPLAND VIOLINIST GUEST CONDUCTOR, UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ROBERT SHAW CHORALE IGOR GORIN BARITONE LUBOSHUTZ AND NEMENOFF DUO-PIANO CLAUDIO ARRAU PIANIST BASIL RATHBONE READINGS AND EXCERPTS SHORTY ROGERS JAll CONDUCTOR 222 SALLY BARIE JUDY FULLER Gamma Phi Beta Delta Gamma 1961 DESERT QUEEN AI D ATTENDANTS JUDY QUERY Alpha Omicron Pi Kinney Studios EDITH SAYRE Kappa Kappa Gamma 224 Portrait by Kinney Studios QUEEN SHERRY GALLUP Alpha Omicron Pi 225 DESERT QUEEN CANDIDATES: Row 1: Laverne Lamb, Judi Ewing, Irlys Swanson, Maydith Merz. Row 2: Sue Kramer, Gail Goodman, Sherry Gallup, Connie McCarroll, Connie Middleton, Gwynne Cox. Row 3: Edith Sayre, 226 Sally Barie, Judy Query, Rae Kenworthy, Pat Butler, Lorna Ross, Donna Rae Browne, Judy Fuller, Ann Stevenson. QUEEN MARY LOU CAMPO Alpha Delta Pi 228 1960 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS MARY LOU DOOLEN Kappa Kappa Gamma MARILYN RICHARDS Delta Gamma GWEN WEINER Pi Beta Phi JANE SHEHANE Gamma Phi Beta 229 HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES: Row 1: Jan Mosher, Judy Kaufman. Row 2: Joette Davis, Vicky Stein- berg, Gwen Weiner, Marilyn Richards, Mary Lou Doolen. Row 3: Peggy Aldrich, LaDonna Anderson, Polly Fink, Joan Savage, Jane Shehane, Ann Darrow, Kim Elliott, Hedra Glass, Nancy Clayton, Ann Milton, Sherry Gallup, Mary Lou Campo. SALLY BARIE Gamma Phi Beta JUDY HODGE Pi Beta Phi QUEEN JOAN JOHNSON Kappa Alpha Theta LINDA HAAS PHYLLIS CRANER Delta Gamma Delta Delta Delta 232 IVILITARY BALL QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS STEVE LAWRENCE Kappa Sigma DICK SEAY Sigma Alpha Epsilon MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR BILL BARRACLOUGH Sigma Chi JOHN SPEAR LLOYD WIBORG Zeta Beta Tau Phi Gamma Delta MOST ELIGI3LE BACHELOR AND ATTENDANTS 233 QUEEN PAM TOWNSEND Gamma Phi Beta 234 KAREN KINKAID PAT FRAILEY Huachuca Hall Alpha Omicron Pi RODEO QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS ANDREA WOLF BARBARA LAMBERT Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Beta Phi 235 AGGIE QUEEN LINDA AGREN Alpha Delta Pi MARILYN RICHARDS TUCSON RODEO QUEEN One of Glamour ' s Ten Best Dressed Coeds MARY GLENN TRACTA in America Kappa Alpha Theta 236 IFPC QUEEN BUTTONS HARRIS Kappa Kappa Gamma ENGINEERING QUEEN SANDY TANNER Alpha Chi Omega 237 DENNY NELSON John LUNDIN Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu JOHN KESNER JOHN JEFFRIES Theta Chi Delta Chi 238 MARY HELEN RICHARDSON Kappa Alpha Theta NANCY STICE Chi Omega PAULA BEATTY Delta Gamma GREEK WEEK CANDIDATES SUSIE HOFFMAN PHOEBE CONN Alpha Phi Alpha Chi Omega 239 GREEK WEEK QUEEN MARGARET BURTON Kappa Kappa Gamma GREEK WEEK KING LOU CROWDER Phi Gamma Delta 240 SUZIE WEBB MISS ARIZONA 241 TED SILVERMAN BOB HENRY DALE SNAILUM Alpha Epsilon Phi Dream Man Alpha Chi Omega Man Alpha Delta Pi Diamond King GREEK FAVORITES LLOYD ELSBERRY JOHN RENNER BOB BERGQUIST Chi Omega Southern Gentleman Alpha Omicron Pi Dream Man Delta Gamma Man 242 DICK HUMPHRIES Kappa Alpha Theta Man Kappa Alpha Theta Man BILL DOWNEY Gamma Phi Beta Man DAVE BODELL BILL COLLETTE GEORGE WALLACE JOHN MORSE Kappa Kappa Gamma Man Pi Beta Phi Man Phrateres Sweetheart CAROL STEGER PAT GRAHAM ANN JORGENSON Alpha Gamma Rho Sweetheart Talisman Rose Queen Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart SUE MEYER MICKI McMILLAN MARY LOU CAMPO Delta Sigma Phi Dream Girl Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart Delta Chi Sweetheart ONA WASHBURN VIRGINIA HALL SARAH SAND Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart Delta Upsilon Sweetheart Kappa Sigma Stardust Queen 244 SUZY FULLER JOEY MILLER BARBARA DANDURAND Lambda Chi Crescent Queen Phi Delta Theta Dream Girl Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart JACKIE DACK MARY OGLE CECILIA QU I ROZ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon ATHALIA ROCHLIN MARY JONKEY HEDRA GLASS Tau Delta Phi Snow Queen Theta Chi Dream Girl Sweetheart of Zeta Beta Tau 245 • • ,• ..• " • :1 .1 171 •■•••• • • • j, •. • • .. •• ' •:,.;± • ••• " — • .; .`,;.6` r - .• . • • - • • - r • ' • 0•-• " ' •• 41. 1 • • •■•••■2.% ge. • • 4. • JO • • f.4 4.1 -.9. " • • locl • ••• Sr .1 • •••e ' " " : " •b• .• STUDENT RELIGION COUNCIL Representatives from the religious organi- zations on campus compose the Student Reli- gion Council. These students work to pro- mote religious interest among University students, and to achieve a friendly relation- ship among the different denominational groups. Each year the Council sponsors Religion in Life Week, which presents an opportunity to evaluate the role of religion in the students ' lives. 1960-61 also saw the formation of the Chaplain ' s Committee, which the SRC hopes to establish in each sorority and fraternity. Other projects undertaken by the Student Religion Council were an Easter party for the Tucson Nursery School, and the sponsor- ship of delegates to the Arizona Inter-Col- legiate Religious Conference. Officers Bob Hasseries, Marsha Smith, and Charles Bryfogle try putting a point across at a planning meeting of the council. STUDENT RELIGION COUNCIL: Row 1: Bob Hasseries, Row 2: Bruce Billings, Armando Alday, Charles Bryfogle, treas- president; Barbara Srere, Marsha Smith, secretary; Ben Bryce. urer; Milt Pope. 248 RELIC-ON IN LIFE WEEK Under the sponsorship of the Student Religion Council, Religion in Life Week began on February 5 with a banquet in the Student Union Ballroom. Introducing the five guest speakers was John Klein, this year ' s RIL general chairman. The theme of " Search and Re-Search " provided the undertone for speeches, class- room appointments, conferences, and luncheons. Dormitory meetings and soro- rity-fraternity exchanges gave additional opportunities to hear many fine speakers. On Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, forums were held in the Senior Ballroom on the subject of " Religion, Faith and Logic. " Moderating these forums were Dr. Robert L. Nugent and Dr. Ralph Kauffman. The Mormon viewpoint on smoking is ex- plained by Bishop Clyde Davis during an RIL exchange. Highlighting Religion in Life Week were the discussions conducted by the five guest speakers: Pastor Buth, Rabbi Shulman, The Reverend Covas, T. Edgar Lyon, and S. L. Harris. Pastor Buth is the president of the Lutheran Foundation of Southern California. Rabbi Shulman is with the Temple Beth•El in South Bend, Indiana, and is a member of the Alpha Kappa Delta Honorary Sociological So- ciety. Father Covas is a member of the Missionary Congregation of the Holy Ghost. Mr. Lyon is associate director at the University of Utah and has written lesson manuals used in the Latter Day Saints Church. Mr. Harris is currently the director of the Baptist Student Union at Texas Technological College. 249 BAHA ' I YOUTH ORGANIZATION Membership in the Bahai Youth Organization is open to all University of Arizona students of the Bahai religion. Members hold public meetings on Sunday afternoons and on Sunday evenings. This year, in addition to their weekly meetings, the group participated in World Peace Day, United Nations Day, Race Amity Day, World Religion Day, and Religion in Life Week. Eldon Dennis served as Youth Advisor to the group. BAHAI YOUTH ORGANIZATION: Row 1: Steve Powers, Rohani Behzad, Evelyn Baral, secretary-treasurer; Eldon Dennis, advisor. APTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union is com- posed of members of the Southern Baptist Church in Tucson. Three weekly meetings are held along with programs at local churches in order to obtain an ultimate goal of affiliat- ing Baptists with Tucson congrega- tions. During December a Christmas Party was given for University for- eign students. In the spring, the or- ganization held its annual Steak Fry and participated in a State Spring Retreat. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: Row 1: Karla Sands, secretary; Sue Woodhouse, Lilah Jones, Kathryn Burns, Delphia Marler. Row 2: Bill Watson, president; Steven Dowdle, Ron Bennett, Ted Martin, Albert Tee, Jack Sykes. Row 3: Barry Cooper, vice president; Jim Solley, treasurer; Kok Kwai Seetho, Moon Yee, Bill Collins- worth, Gene Anderson. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Anyone interested is welcome to join the Campus Christian Fellow- ship. This group has been active on campus for approximately sixteen years holding regular meetings every Friday night. Activities include at least one retreat a year and exten- sive Bible study. Social hours are held once a month following the weekly meeting. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: Row 1: Eleanor Ewald, O ' mara White Jr., Paulette Lindloff, corresponding secretary; Charles Morton, Ruth Mann, Gary Redding, president. Row 2: George Mann, advisor; Jack Lindhoff, treasurer; Allan Satterlee, vice-president; Kay Jones, Richard Horton, Paul Redin, Bruce Acomb. 250 CONGREGATIONAL YOUNG CHURCHMEN Regular meetings of the Congregational Young Churchmen were held each Sunday evening at 7:00. At this time the group had either a business meeting, a speaker, or joint meetings with Presbyterian and Disciple College students. Besides the regular meeting, members of the group participated in picnics, swimming parties, and special dinners, This year, they also presented their annual Varsity Show, and attended two state rallies, and a Conference rally in California for all Young Churchmen from California, Arizona, and New Mexico. CONGREGATIONAL YOUNG CHURCHMEN: Row 1: Evelyn Davis, Dawn Masunaga, Gloria Tuell, Lynda Cuison, Mrs. Victor Kelley, Advisor. Row 2: Tully -Abbott, Newton Derby, Steve Cox, Richard Beebe, Jim Frannea, president. CANTERBURY CLUB Canterbury Club is open to all Episcopal students at the University. In addition to weekly meetings and regular activities, first semester ac- tivities included the club open house on " Mom and Dad ' s Day " and a banquet held before Christmas vaca- tion. A spring retreat and an Easter banquet highlighted second semes- ter. CANTERBURY CLUB: Row 1: Sandy Schlentz, Lynn Tremble, Phoebe Conn, Susan Bruce, Penny Perkins. Row 2: John Spurlock, Susan Ellis, Father Keith, Chaplain; Katherine Pessin, Joe Hefter. Row 3: Jim Ingwalson, president; Don Hofmenn, Gerald Carpenter, Raymond Mapston. CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST Members of the Conservative Baptist Student Center were active in intramural sports. Picnics and a " Mom and Dad ' s Day " supper rounded out the social calendar. In addition to social activities, the annual program centers around Bible study classes which convene on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Open Monday through Friday, the Student Center welcomes anyone who is interested. CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST: Row 1: Linda Kelley, Margaret Russell, Rosemary Northway, Mrs. Stuart Darling, Fayth Acultius, Susie Harrington. Row 2: Duane Stark, vice president; Paul Cavner, president; Sylvia Payette, treasurer; Linda South, Richard Buehrer, Stanley J. Dea. Row 3: Reverend Richard Blactchley, Chaplain; Leonard Raymond, Gene Caywood, Merlyn Bee, Kenneth Crowder. 251 HILLEL FOUNDATION The Hillel Foundation is open to all Jewish students, with members participating in religious, cultural, and social activities. Highlights of the year were the Membership Dance, Chanukah Party, the Ari- zona Regional Institute, and the annual Passover Seder. During RIL Week the visiting Rabbi held con- ferences with the Hillel members. 1961 marks the eleventh year of the founding of the Hillel House, which has greatly expanded during the past few years. HILLEL FOUNDATION: Row 1: Marjorie Hersh, Carol Krissman, Leslie Hope Martin, Joy Geller, Beverly Padway. Row 2: Louise Waldman, Sue Winski, Ravel Zion, Barbara Heyman, Joel Gilbert, Joe Rosenberg, Linda Prince. Row 3: Dave Bilgray, Harvey Tapper, Jess Finerman, president; Athalia Rochlin, Linda Hipsh, Larry Rosenthal, LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION All Lutheran students on the University campus are eligible for membership in the Lutheran Student Association. This group provides Christian fellow- ship, study, and worship for its members. The As- sociation participates in retreats, mission weeks, holds Bible studies, dinners, and socials. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Row 1: Don Schultze, president; Chris Messec, Sig Smitt, Jerry Gustafson, Stuart Nelson, Osborne Reynolds. UNIVERSITY LIBERAL RELIGIOUS YOUTH New to the program of special events this year was the Billings Fund Lecture held in the Spring. Liberal Religious Youth members went on field trips and participated in Youth Sunday along with their weekly meetings and social program. UNIVERSITY LIBERAL RELIGIOUS YOUTH: Row 1: Henry Selters, Philip Aker, Judith Whit- ney, John Ressler, Richard Schubel. 252 NEWMAN CLUB: Row 1: Ronald Zacharek, Doug Ward, Cathy Reidy, Gloria Kalil, Sharon Surina, Karen Tirrell, Mary Anne Thielen, Sara Horgan, Anita Armijo, Jim Cloge, John Cicala, Christy Powers, Barbara Kalil, Mike Harris, Mary Ann McLean. Row 2: Alex Cooper, Arthur W. Jacobs, Jr., Mary Zeitvogel, Ann LaMontagne, Cecilia Aros; Sarita Rodriguez, Nan Morgan, Mar- garet Delgado, Janie Treadwell, Nanette Silvestri, Yvonne Tellez, Mimi Christensen, Annette Melone, Sandy Weaver, Virginia Wil- son, Jim Bunker, president; Frank Pettengill, 1st vice president; Dick Michela, parliamentarian. Row 3: Eileen Girten, Bunny Pelku, Chris Calvin, Barbara Romero, Julieta Salvatierra, Gayle Bowen, Francisco de la Rosa, Joseph Heny-Parra, Dena Ann Jor- dan, Jeannette V. Mander, Betty Flatt, Jean Tonyan, Lujuana Wolfe, Anthony Zacharek, Richard Krepel, Mike Cleary, Edward Schaus, Susan Alteutalu, Bob Michaels, Ed Meyer, Bessie Jean Ruley, advisor; Father Frederick Curry, Chaplain. Row 4: Kathy Girten, Conrad Caldwell, Joyce Gyuro, Joanie Brann, Norma Veliz, Barbara Thompson, Nellie Larriva, Lucille Estrella, Carole Criss, Judy Trautt, Yolanda Araneta, Joanne Lewis, Jean Criss, Sue Daggett, June Loeffleholz, Arlene Jakitsch, Kathi Obitts, Pepe Quiros, Tony Figueroa, treasurer; Bernard Maza, Dr. Gerald Rogers, advisor. Row 5: Rubi latarola, Kathy Cleary, Kris Perry, Susy Englund, Joe Lougee, Pat Tully, Janice Barnes, Mary Mon- tiel, Mike Murray, Tom Nash, Anita Molina, Gino Ross, Jack Geary. Row 6: Jay McCall, 2nd vice president; Bob Ashby, Terry Hague, Jerry Coyne, John Verkamp, Jeff Peacock, Mary Shevlin, Dick Waer, Fred Santana, Donald Barry, Humberto Valenzuela, John T. Sheeby, Anthony B. Ching, Stella Nelson, Frank Naugh- ton, Norma Higuera, Pete Sanak, Michael Mulchay, Anastacio S. Rivera, Tom Flynn, Dean Francis Roy, Senior Advisor. Row 7: Bob Krongaard, Tom Arnold, Paul Ciri, Mary Keeth, Mike Verkamp, Ebie Burgett, corresponding secretary; Penny Garcia, Roy A. Mendoza, Ralph J. Avila, Mary Le Beau, Claudia McKee, Larry Tabacchi, Arlene Fleetham, George Kalil, Bobbi Acedo, Pat McGrath, Al Schifano, Bialkowski. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club offers spiritual, educational, and social facilities to its members. The spiritual facilities include daily Mass, Sunday Masses, daily Rosary, and the annual Mission held in December. During March a retreat was held in Scottsdale. Courses in religion are offered each semester, and many interesting lectures are sponsored by the club. Among the most notable lecturers this year was Clare Booth Luce, who spoke on " The U.S. Image Abroad. " Socially, the Newman Club participated actively in the Bal Masque, which is sponsored by the Sustaining Board of the Newman Center. They also held a Christmas and Spring Formal. 253 PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP The Presbyterian Student Center is open to all undergraduate stu- dents. The activities of the center included lunches, discussions, Bible studies, and recitations. The annual activities held were the Spring and Fall retreats, and summer camp. A summer service supper was held to raise money for students who will study overseas. The purpose of the center is to correlate faith and study, and to help faculty and students see religious dimensions in their tasks. PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP; Row 1: Barbara Ewald, Carol Freden- burg, Charlotte Lacy, Laura Larkins. Row 2: Tom Carroll, Anita Pheiffer, Mary Helen Thompson, Phyliss Antone, Richard Palmer. Row 3.. Fred M. McHeill, Charles Bryfogle, Cloyd McFarland, Ray Dull. LATTER DAY SAINTS INSTITUTE Combining spiritual and academic learning on campus, the LDS Institute of Religion held retreats, religious services and so- cial parties this year. A special event on the calendar was a Birth- day and Founders ' Day Party. Open to all students of the Mormon faith, the ideals of leadership, fellowship and culture are incor- porated into the entire program. LATTER DAY SAINTS INSTITUTE: Row 1, Donna Lamore- aux, Jessica Webb, Sharon Meadows, Penny Wray, Jeanne Mer- rill, Sharon Burke, Lanny Cole, JoAnn Alberg, DeAnn Merrill, Lorena Merrill. Row 2.. Stephanie Smith, Robin Matheson, Regina Russell, Linda Cheatham, Carol Payne, Marsha Malone, Irlys Swanson, Kay Hardy, Romay Dickey. Row 3: H. Clyde Davis, advisor; Judy Sinks, Carol Downey, Anona Despain, Jo Ann Car- den, Ann Pratt, Joy Pryor, Nick Riggs, Clark Price, Kieta Smith, Melvin Rogers. Row 4: VerdeII Crockett, Bill Cosper, BillRothles- berger, Bruce Heap, Lamon Wimmer, Sam Udall, Ervin Young, Kenneth Goodman. -)CA ROGER WILLIAMS FELLOWSHIP At 12:00 every Sunday during the school year, a luncheon and discus- sion were held for the members of Roger Williams Fellowship with Barry Dupre presiding. In addition to the weekly meeting, on the second Tuesday of each month the members joined with the Catalina Baptist, and other churches in Tucson to discuss topics of interest to both groups. The Roger Williams Fellowship, which is open to any race, color, or creed, spent one Sunday afternoon on a desert picnic. ROGER WILLIAMS FELLOWSHIP: Row 1: Alden Redfield, Julie Hill, Jean Eng, Rev- erend William Tapscott, advisor. WESLEY FOUNDATION Under the leadership of President Dick Riggs, members of Wesley Foundation met regularly for dinners, discussion groups, and recreation. They attended retreats and work camps, which supplemented daily worship and meditation periods. Wesley Foun- dation strives to present a balanced program of Christian fellow- ship to those of the Methodist faith. WESLEY FOUNDATION: Row 1: Don Finch, Ruth Wininger, Pat Barnum, Barbara Stum, Elizabeth Chase, Theora Litt, Coni Church, Carol Fassnacht, Kay Harris, Max Allen, Hank Holland. Row 2: Bruce Billings, Hollis Stewart, Don Saunders, Wilson Gee, Keith Runion, Norman Palmer, Don Rickert, Johnny Barringer, Sam Holland, John Dickey, Steve Crawford, Robert Mapes, Dick Riggs, president: Doug Dunipace, Sheldon Peavy. 255 ft__)= for b s " A " CLUB: Row I: Ray Shackleford, Walt Knotts, co-president; Hal Tomlin, Larry Dunn, Pete Ven- tries, John Renner, George McLain. Row 2: Miles Zeller, co-president; Minner Williams, Bob Holzer, Charles Shoemaker, Gordon Bergthold, Mark Clarke, John Mallery. Row 3: Scott McCarthy, Warren Living- ston, secretary-treasurer; Willie Peete, Ted Urness, Dennis Underwood, Al Fruman, Skip Townsend, Craig Starkey. " A " CLUB The University of Arizona Lettermen ' s Club reorganized last semester. An outstanding activity of the club were the provisions made for local underprivileged chilaren to attend a UA baseball game. On campus, they participated in Western Week Contests and in the Spring Fiesta Carnival. A picnic was held for members in the late spring. AMI AMI, a new social group on campus, spent the major portion of the year organizing and strength- ening their ranks. Their present membership of 40 men participated in exchanges, after-game parties and a spring formal. Speakers of varied cultural backgrounds spoke at business meetings. AMI: Row 1: Jim Blumberg, social chairman; Harvey Mailer, Roger Strasner, Milt Seligman, president; Bob Feldman, vice president; Gene Seirras. Row 2: Larry Fass- ler, treasurer; Harvey Tapper, Dennis Krantz, Gary 01- shansky, Don Freedman, faculty advisor; Mike Green, Ken Mayer, secretary; Larry Goldfield, Al Lissoy. 257 4, n 7 0 ' ‘ A iv 5 ' , AIR FORCE DRILL TEAM: Row 1: Antonio Laos, Edward Sloane, Tom Rumore, Gary Lipscomb, Edward Lansdale, John Berryhill, David Hathe- w ay. Row 2: Charles Van Every, Com- mander: Charles Lewis, Fred Harre, Gary Doty, Paul Gray, Tom Lange, Willard Webster, Captain Vincent Tocci. Row 3: L. H. Fugate, R. J. Lip- sky, S. K. Smith, P. G. Pecoraro, B. A. Washington, E. J. Britt, G. E. Car- penter. AIR FORCE DRILL TEAM AGGIE HOUSE INCORPORATED The precision marching of the Air Force Drill Team won first place in the Tucson Rodeo Parade and third place in area " H " drill competition at Fresno, California. The team participated in the Phoenix Rodeo Parade, the Cinco de Mayo in Nogales, and the Flambeau Festival Parade in San Antonio, Texas. While in San Antonio the group toured the School of Aviation Medicine at Brooks Air Force Base. This year, members of the Aggie House came from all parts of the state of Arizona. The group participated in such functions of the Aggie College as Aggie Day, with its traditional " Tug-of-War, " and Rodeo Week during which these seasoned westerners could be seen rounding up the eastern " dudes. " Social functions of the house included Christmas and spring formals. AGGIE HOUSE INCORPORA- TED: Row 1: Bob Smith, Mike Hill„ Al Rovey, Ron Eckton. Row 2: Eldon Haught, Larry Wells, Ken Roelofson, Bill Robinson, Doug Clark, Bob Robinson, John King, Bill Sears, Larry Chrisco. Row 3: Bill Johnson, Ted McKinney, Art Flores, Dan Clarke, John Mont- gomery, V. J. Acosta, David John- son, Jim Shedd. Row 4: Carl Ben- son, David Justice, Ken McFadden, Pete McCarter, George Davidson. 258 AMERIND CLUB Amerind Club was organized with the intent of becoming an integral part of the extra-curricular program of the Univer- sity. Members support the Regional In- dian Youth Conferences, and conduct meetings concerning a university educa- tion with high school students on the various reservations. AMERIND CLUB: Row I: Pat Johnston, secretary; Jeanne Herbert, Mary Helen Thompson, treasurer; Lolita Thompson, Phyllis Antone. Row 2: James King, Evans Nuvamsa, Donald Kuhn, Herman Narcho, social chairman; Cam Pfeiffer. BADMINTON CLUB Composed of thirty members, this year ' s Badminton Club held weekly prac- tices and participated in a tournament at the end of the season. All interested under- graduate women, regardless of previous experience, were encouraged to join. BADMINTON CLUB: Row I: Karen Helms, Sue Hawley, Sandy Boonstra, Helen Nen son, ' Martha Waterman. Row 2: Joan Reinineke, president; Judy Hurt, Lucia Jones, Barbara Cason, Gretchen Mandernack, Irma Ficzeri, Mary Lee Rabke, sponsor. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Composed of Home Economic majors and minors, the Beta Theta Home Eco- nomics Club sponsored service projects, and a lecture series on modeling. Various social events included a pizza party and an ice cream social. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: Row 1: Linda Ladd, Jill Lowres, Janet Hamilton, Phyllis Antone, Susie Harrington. Row 2: Kay Pollock, Cathy Bearse, Elizabeth Chase, treasurer; Judy Cowen, Connie Wiebmer. 259 CAMPUS YOUNG REPUBLICANS: Row 1: Jean Bingham, Morandiere Gabrielle, Peggy Kirk, Randy Drake, Esther Martin, Laurie Kyle, Anne Moreton, Judy Howe, Fran Larson, Sue Dircks, Judy Vaughn, Sherry Hopper, Ed Evans. Row 2: Beth Kinnie, Sara Bromley, Carolyn Brackett, Lin Lipper, Mary Mol- ler, secretary; Robin Collor, Valerie Card, Ginny Kenneavy, Marilyn Goldman, Linda DePinto, Royanna Lebrecht, Ken Stel- ter, treasurer. Row 3: Joe Swan, Bill Parker, Peter Lyons, Tony Coron, Tom Honaker, Lawrence Anhorn, Charles Heatherly, James Hollingsworth, Thelton Beck, David Vokac, Robert Royal, president; Gary Wilkerson, Paul Horn, William Turner, Roy Morey, Tom Barnet. Row 4: John Bennie, Raymond Reese, Chuck Condos, David Boyer, Chris Messec, Mike Mulchay, John Paul Clay, Harry Furney, Chuck Pomeroy, Warren Bachtel, Linford Hines, Milton Burr. CAMPUS YOUNG REPUBLICANS The Young Republicans, in order to stimulate student interest in politics, sponsored many acti- vities. They worked on the national campaign, held a mock election and sent several delegates to the State Convention. Among the well known speakers heard by the group were Governor Fannin and Senator Goldwater of Arizona. BLOCK AND BRIDLE The main project of the Block and Bridle Club was the Little Arizona National Livestock Show. Membership was formerly limited to Aggie stu- dents, but is now open to all students. The club sponsored judging contests, assisted in Feeder ' s Day programs and other general activities con- nected with livestock. BLOCK AND BRIDLE: Row 1: Laurie Kyle, Nancy Nichols, Jack Murphy, marshal]; Nancy Kelly, secretary; Jon Peck, vice president; Dennis Harman, president; Gary Underdown, Larry Chrisco. Row 2: W. J. Van Arsdell, faculty advisor; Kakki Engelhard, Cindi Wells, Nick Jenks, Jeb Pringle, Charles Lane, Robert Grant, Boyd Bell, Ellen Richmond, John King, Phil Lewis. FENCING CLUB During meetings of the Fencing Club, members had the opportunity to practice, hold bants, and learn the fine points of fencing from a qualified instructor. The club is open to any University stu- dent who has had some experience in the sport of fencing. FENCING CLUB: Row 1: Shirley Gorman, Doro- thy McDonald, Cliff Juber. 260 BPA GRADUATE CLUB The BPA Graduate Fraternity held weekly discussion groups led by professors of t he BPA College; current problems including Social Se- curity, Insurance and the Gold Standard were debated. Committees were organized and sur- veys were taken on such subjects as securing housing for married and single students. The club sponsored Graduate Day and an annual breakfast at which Porter Homer, City Man- ager, was guest speaker. BPA GRADUATE CLUB: Row 1: Thomas Barden, Gordon Neilson, Norman Jorstad, president; Bernie Anderson, Michael Jerge. Row 2: Dr. James Chase, advisor; William McNally, Rodney Wyse, vice president; George Learning, Hans Dotzler, Jerome Timlin, Ted Vasey, James Griffith, James Adams. Row 3: James Kirchhoff, Michael Byrne, Ray Johnson, Wilfred West, Claire Rishell, Leon Arma- gost, Howard Blanchard, Kurt Fischman, secretary-treasurer. CHEMICAL ENGINEERS CLUB Any student enrolled in Chemical Engineering is eligible for membership in this group. The club promotes the professional development of its mem- bers. They sponsored guest speakers and various field trips. CHEMICAL ENGINEERS CLUB: Row 1: Gunnar Johnson, Marylyn Schumann, treasurer; John Whatley, Kal Miller, secretary; Howard Goldstein. Row 2: Professor Robert Damon, Ronald Brown, president; Rudy Rogers, Professor J. F. Carley. HISTORY CLUB: Row 1: Robby Hansen, Maria Tschanpelle, secretary-treasurer; Susan Robinson, LaDonna Anderson, Louise Sundberg, Eleanor Ewald, Pat Wright. Row 2: Charles Partington, vice president; Roland Cesarini, president; Charles Hucker, C. A. Carroll, Mable Blow, Andrew Wallace, Dr. J. Gregory Oswald, Gustave Seligman, Richard Vaules. R ow 3: Bill Canalez, Harold Kopper, Osborne Reynolds, Edward Baumgart, Douglas Ford, Mario Rodriguez. HISTORY CLU Programs for the History Club were pre- sented by professors and members of the club. The December meeting was a Christmas party for members and guests. The club and Phi Alpha Theta, History honorary, publish The Historian, a printed reproduction of two outstanding themes written by history students. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB A special event of the International Rela- tions Club was the participation in the Sunday Evening Forum, on a program concerning North Africa. Cooperation with the World Affairs Council of Tucson provided opportuni- ties for these University students to give their opinions on international affairs. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB: Row 1: Fred Montgomery, Robert Byars, Diana Burk, Tito Gonzales, preside nt; Mustpha Mzabi, Becky Shepis, Sally Harmon, Frances Wong. Row 2: Christine Kelsey, John Kudenholdt, Charles McChesney, Albert Yee, Ladislao Andara, Robert Henze, first vice president; Zoltan Varga, Charles Heatherly, Mustafa Bayat, Peter A. Tom, advisor. Row 3: Gary Svenson, Warren Bachtel, Abdul El-Khalidy, James Norton. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS At meetings of Le Cercle Francais members were acquainted with the life and customs of the French people through experienced speak- ers. Untranslated films were shown to increase understanding and verbal fluency through direct association with spoken French. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS: Row I: Evelyn Copeland, Brenda Holleran, president; Holly Hildreth, Sherilyn Perkuhn, Carmen Vocale, Sandra Selover, treasurer; Sheila Singer, secretary. Row 2: Dr. Charles Rosenberg, Dr. Loyal Gryting, William J. Cuneo, Molly Dixson, Donna Klimpke, vice president; Arthur H. Beattie, John Brooks, Charles Janssens. LAMBDA DELTA SIGMA: Row I: Penny Wray, Irlys Swanson, Jeanne Merrill, Carolyn Payne, Kay Hardy, Sharon Burke, DeAnn Merrill. Row 2: Joanne Cardon, Marsha Malone, Sharon Meadows, Jessica Webb, Jewel Pratt, Linda Cheathem, Regina Russell, Lorena Merrill. Row 3: Romay Dickey, Robin Matheson, Stephanie Smith, Anona Despain, Carol Downey, JoAnn Ahlberg, Lanny Cole. LAMBDA DELTA SIGMA The Mountain Party, held annually by LDS, was a retreat for discussion of religious ques- tions. Twice a month, the group was addressed by a member of the faculty or a prominent citi- zen of Tucson on art, religion, literature or pol- itics. A series of functions such as a Western Dance, a Snow Party, and a Halloween Party, provided a varied social calendar. MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB: Row 1: Lyneer Smith, Koste Belcheff, Marie Andrews, Janet Conelly, Darlene Rohart, Nadda Smith, Kay Poore, Carolyn Payne, Martha Parker, Phil Rehfeldt, Smith Reeves, Tom Patterson, John Thompson. Row 2: Carol Ray, Laurie Barc, Diana Nunneley, Fred Dotton, Bill Bolerjeck, Bill Caddell, Hector Espinosa, Row 3: Dr. 0. M. Hart- sell, Professor Andrew Buchhauser, Dr. Samuel Fain, Eleanor Altman, Professor Henry Johnson, Professor Julia Rebell, Professor Anita Sammarco, Norma Weldy, Ba rbara Ewald, Pat Clovis, Sylvia Scary; Lois Corpe, Vonna Thompson, Rita Mosiman, Linda Bassett, Nancy Rich, Adelaide Nelson, Carole Vassar, Pro- fessor Curtis Coffee, Professor Jack Lee, Professor Diran Ackjamian. Row 4: Rutherford Hoppe, William Kelsey, Darryl Manring, Thomas Ervin, Raymond Tess, Maurey Staples, Fred Anderson, Lewis Phelps, Professor John Bloom, Phil Ewart, Professor Lloyd Weldy, Larry Barker, Charles Sessions, Professor Robert McBride, Professor Rodney Marcado. MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB Members of the Music Education Club at- tended the state, regional and national con- ferences of Music Educators, and partici- pated in events sponsored by the Arizona Music Educators Association. Club meetings featured speakers, panels, and group discus- sions. Each year members assist with the University ' s Regional Music Festival which attracts more than 5,000 high school students to the campus. PAN AMERICAN CLUB The motto of the club, " By speaking one learns, " is upheld by speaking Spanish whenever possible at the meetings. Usually, Spanish speaking lectures are invited to address the group on problems confronting the nations of Pan America. PAN AMERICAN CLUB: Row 1: Armando Alday, Helen Goldsmith, advisor; Mike Moore, Sarita Rodriguez, Antonio T. Rivera, Valerie Cook. Row 2: Carlos Porras, William Musick, Marian Musick, Yvonne Murdock, Mary McRae, Betty Sue Zeligman. MARKETING AND ADVERTISING CLUB The purpose of the club is to further knowledge of mar- keting and advertising. The main activity this year, under the guidance of Dr. William C. Davis, advisor, was the presentation of the 5th Annual Southern Arizona Trade Machines and Office Equipment Show held at the Pioneer Hotel. MARKETING AND ADVERTISING CLUB: Row 1: John Schatteles, Mike O ' Harro, Bob Hartman, John Brimmell, historian; Dennis Warrner. Row 2: Bob Petti- john, Denny Holman, Gordon Hext, John Postillion, Jack R. Lee. 263 PISTOL AND RIFLE CLUB Shooting matches with the Air Force Academy and ASU, and a Turkey Shoot were among the activities of the Pistol and Rifle Club. These events provided an op- portunity for competition and afforded a constructive program for the development of skill with firearms. PISTOL AND RIFLE CLUB: Row 1: Mary Helen Thompson, Jody Hanson, Anita Pfeiffer, Patricia Johnson, secre- tary-treasurer; Elizabeth Chase. Row 2: Captain Ned Middleton, Sherilyn Per- kuyn, president; Pamela Kropf, Betty Murphy, M Sgt. Paul Goff. PRE-VETERINARY SOCIETY The Pre-Veterinary Society gives special at- tention to the solution of problems facing a stu- dent planning on entering the professional col- lege. The purpose of the club is to encourage students preparing for a career in veterinary work. PRE-VETERINARY SOCIETY: Row 1: Pete McCarter, vice president; Sophia Kaluzniacki, Pat Frailey, Margaret Butler, Don Easley, pres- ident. Row 2: James Martin, Ed Adams, Doug Chadwick, Tom O ' Kane, Jim Reddish, Allan Abrams. PRE-MEDICAL CLUB Technical movies, tours of hospitals, and medical speakers were made available to members of the Pre-Medical Club. An- nual projects include the maintenance of a library with special medical li terature and a banquet held each spring for stu- dents accepted into medical school. PRE-MEDICAL CLUB: Row 1: Charles Davis, president; Norma Hoger, Glen Walker, Brenda Walker, Margerie Willi- ams, Jennifer Johnson, Bob Snider, pro- gram chairman; Dusty Rhodes. Row 2: Daniel Mann, Louis Taugherty, John Gigicon, Jon Coppa, vice president; John Hodson, Steven Keiter,. Bob Shoumaker, Don Beavers, Eugene H. Seymour, treas- urer. 264 RODEO CLUB Row I: Dave Cochrane, Jeb Pringle, Patty Walter, Vicky Gillespie, Bill Perkins, president. Row 2: June Harmes, Ginny Kahn, Pat Frailey, Sophia Kaluzniacki, Perry Wolf, Andrea Wolf, NCRA reporter; Lucy Yerger, Bonnie King, Tana Harper, Kakki Engelhard, Cindi Wells. Row 3: Gerry Bishop, George Broome, Pete McCarter, Gary Bennett, Billy Mills, Mike Levis, Pamela Merrill, Carolyn Whitaker, Charlotte Quihuis, Doug Gremel, Dick Carlisle, W. J. Van Arsdell, advisor. Row 4: Thomas Car- roll, Tom Hustad, Tom Edwards, Cliff Wood, Tom Alex- ander, treasurer; Don Easley, Clay Lambeth, Suzanna Willoughby, Tony Laos, John Brooks, Nick Jenks. RODEO CLUB All activities of Western Week, such as the Rodeo Dance, the West- ern Chivaree, and the ASUA Rodeo were supervised by the Rodeo Club. Quadrille is a special outgrowth of the organization and the activities of Quadrille are also managed by the club. Social functions of the group included a hayride and a steak fry. QUADRILLE TEAM Representing the University of Ari- zona, members of Quadrille rode in the Homecoming Parade and the Tucson Rodeo Parade. Stressing team, rather than individual effort, they performed in the UA Rodeo, Tucson ' s Fiesta de los Vaqueros, local horse shows and at several guest ranches. QUADRILLE: Middle: Bonnie King, vice president; Perry Wolf, president. L-R: Charlotte Quihuis, Mary Cluett, Barbara Bouschor, Pat Goodwin, Nina Hill, Gay Town- send, Andrea Wolf, Pamela Merrill, Carolyn Whitaker, Nancy Nicholas, Judith Ray, Pamela Townsend, Mary Lou Cumming, Sheila Hirschy, Suz Winslow, Tana Harper. 265 SKI CLUB: Row 1: Vicki Fazen, Bonnie Dentino, Karen Smith, Ron Nicholson, Ken Coiner, Karin Inches, Larry O ' Neill, Frank Shipman. Row 2: Carolyn Kepner Sophia Kaluzniacki, Judy Matheny, Diane Dunn, Sally McFarland, Suzanne Wares, Janis Johnson, Marcia Deem, Betsy Moore, Betty Tompkins. Row 3: Bruce Stone, Robert Walsh, Margaret Porter, Bobbie LOngjohn; Nancy Noyes, Dee Harkins, Kenneth Pace, Glen Walker, Lee Weingarten, treasurer; Kathi Novak, Susan Bruce, secretary; Fran Holly, president; Nancy Weeks. Row 4: Dan McLister, Owen Edelen, Charles McChesney, Steve Morosko, Jim Maccani, Jim Perkins, Rob Blassingame, Chris Neal, Rodger Speas. SKI CLUB An interest in skiing is all that is required for membership in the Ski Club. Its members are active in both water and snow skiing, ice skating, i nstructing beginners, and lending support to members competing in events. Activities in- cluded ski trips and a spring dinner-dance. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT The Society for the Advancement of Man- agement was organized to study the problems of management and personnel in business. Local businessmen and persons associated with industry addressed the group on prob- lems of business and finance. The society toured a tile factory in Nogales as a study of older methods of production. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT: Row 1: Phillip Hurley, James Ferguson, James Adams, Arvin Fike, Mike O ' Harro, Arthur Jacobs, James Chappel. Row 2: Ronald Dewey, Michael Green, Crutice McKale, George Gallagher, Tom Ewing, Jim Griffith, Kenneth King, John Schatteles. 266 SOCIOL•GY CLUB Meetings of the Sociology Club are devoted to discussions of topics dealing with social prob- lems. The purpose of the club is to broaden un- derstanding of various societies. SOCIOLOGY CLUB: Row 1: Susan Shrum, vice president; Joanne French, secretary; John M. Knowlton, president; Christy Powers, Jonni Olson. Row 2: Jemes E. Officer, Joseph R. Hambenne, Pete Drake, Toby Shoop. STUDENT NURSES ' ASSOCIATION The UA Student Nurses ' Association spon- sored a picnic for freshman nursing students at Tucson Medical Clinic. The event in- cluded a tour of the clinic. The group hon- ored an outstanding junior student at a ban- quet in the spring with an award recognizing her superior work. Sally Schnur of the local group was elected president of the state association. STUDENT NURSES ' ASSOCIATION: Row 1: Linda Campbell, Pat Thomp- son, Linda Smith, Andrea Haas, Barbara Kent, Shirley Cheeseman, Martha Borbon, Judy Barchas, president; Lilah Jones, Sally Schnur. Row 2: Ann Hage, Donna Hacht, Ina Gross, Linda Omansky, Joey Stewart, Sylvia Polasek, Diane Byron, Pat Gage, Leta Eskew, Hortense McCarthy, Karen Sue Johnson, treas- urer; Mary Bentley, Emilie Hall, corresponding secretary. Row 3: Garnet Black- man; Suzy Rowe, Carol Sherrick, Jean Hall, Nancy Beckley, Mariann Barry, Jean Weinzapfel, Pat Eppler, Margie Brantley, Ann Grant, Pam Miller, Bar- bara Christy, Mary Ann Cubelotti, Delores Wright. Row 4: Sandy Mohr, Nancy Jo Bendixen, Stella Nelson, Judy Werner, Martha Goldstein, Margaret Smith, Anne White, Mary Barnes, Barbara O ' Dell, Cordie Given,.Elaine Bruce, Rebecca Heil, Margaret Sloane, Lolita Thompson, Betty Flatt. 267 UNIVERSITY JOURNALISTS University Journalists is a colony for Sigma Delta Chi, national journalism so- ciety. The group, in connection with their interest in promoting journalism on cam- pus and among high schools, sponsored High School Journalism Day and re- corded alumni interviews for Homecom- ing. UNIVERSITY JOURNALISTS: Row 1: Ford Burkhart, vice president; Mal Ter- rence, Dr. Bruce Campbell, Walter Noon, Chuck Loop, president. Row 2: Dave Bilgray, John Haney, John Aborn, Jim Sphar, Jon Alquist. UNIVERSITY SERVICE 4-H CLUB: Row 1: Arlene Dorsey, co-vice president; Beverley Brooks, treasurer; Cheryl Higgins, Phyllis Antone, Evelyn Davis, Barbara Butler. Row 2: Laurie Kyle, Linda Barnett, Philip Bond, Fran Romanoski, Robert Dukes, Nina Stigers, Susan Gustafson, secretary; Dan Klingen- berg, president. UNIVERSITY SERVICE 4-H CLUB An interest in 4-H work and the capacity for serv- ice are the basis for membership in this club. The group sponsors Campus Invitation Day, during which 4-H junior leaders spend a day on campus. UNIVERSITY DEMOCRATS: Row 1: Bill Parke, Nancy Pie- kenbrock, Tom Hall, Roy Mendoza. Row 2: Humberto Valen- zdela, Osborne Reynolds, Greg Smith, Tom Burroughs, Tom Moore, Jim Riley. UNIVERSITY DEMOCRATS With the natural excitement of an election year, the University Democrats had little trouble stirring up interest in political affairs. Discussions on political issues and the appearance of prominent office-seeking figures made this year quite profitable for the club ' s members. 268 Pralcash Sinha of India displays a mandarin dress for Maria Neiles Polishing up a native dance for the annual International Teles of Brazil at the annual International Arts and Crafts show. Students dinner are Maria Prats and Eduardo Correa of Mexico. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB The International Students Club was or- ganized to provide social and intellectual understanding between students of vary- ing nationalities. The annual Arts and Crafts Show, made possible by the co- operation of the students, was a cultural exhibit featuring items from many lands. An International Dinner and Variety Show was held in the spring at which foreign students prepared specialties of their countries, as well as provided en- tertainment from their various cultures. Kyaw Win of Burma reminds Mohammad Busailah of Jordan that too many cooks spoil the soup, while Michele Broyer of France awaits the male decision. Vijayendra Kumar of India, Mohammad Al Rabhat of the United Arab Republic, and Mohammad Busaillah of Jordan discuss plans for the International Dinner. 269 INTER-DORM COUNCIL The purpose of the Inter-Dorm Council is to co- ordinate social activities between men ' s and women ' s dormitories, to encourage participation of dorm resi- dents in University functions, and to promote high scholastic standards and school spirit. IDC membership consists of the presidents from each of the 21 dormitories. Meetings are held at least twice a month. The officers this year were President Mary Roden, Acting Secretary Julia Neher, and Treasurer Bob Hamlin. Advisors were Dean Millicent Demmin and Dean Melvin Erickson. Inter-Dorm Council awards two scholarship tro- phies at the end of each semester to the men ' s and women ' s dorm with the highest scholastic average. Activities included exchanges between dorms, a Christmas formal, a spring dance, " The Blue Lagoon, " Religion-in-Life programs, and the promotion of all University functions. INTER-DORM EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Julia Neher, Mary Roden, Bob Hamlin. INTER-DORM COUNCIL: Row 1: Alice Hazard, Kathy Fuhr, Mary Roden, Julia Ne- her, Joanne French, Carol Fox, Kathie Kohlstaedt. Row 2: Ralph Bernal, Toby Shoop, Dean Del Favero, Don Doeh- ring, Joe Yanez, Siggy Bing- man, John Lyon. 271 COCONINO HALL: Row 1: Barbara Knox, Carol Angle, Lucy Lanning, Pat Clack, Liz Wilmer, Beverly Hess, Kithel Calihan, Edie West, Brooke Geare, Patti Mortenson. Row 2: Sandy Batten- field, Laura Neat, Mary Ellen Heep, Nora Barden, Bobby Horn, Marilu Ruskin, Helen Gordon, Sue Quigley, Margaret Sinclair, Clare Babcock. Row 3: Donna Hawk, Sally Lawrence, Constance Kirin, Gay Miller, Sandra Fenton, Marilyn Goldman, Nancy Tollefson, Frances Ross, Marilyn Johnson. Row 4: Vicki Lathan, Nancy Angel, Judy Thomas, Arleen Weinberger, Donna Holt, Rita Mosiman, Diane Tuttle, Barbara Gilstrap, Ginny Hall. Row 5: Joanne French, Sandi Wason, Mary Briggs, Hope Davidson, Penny Perkins, Jerre Naughton, Susie Fuller, Carla Baehr. Row 6: Ann Harris, Margaret Schott, Caryl Rambo, Linda Irick, Cathy Hall, Dixie Turpin, Lynda Bebee. COCON TN _21 Must be twirp week, girls. All the lines are busy. Coconino Hall, located on the corner of Olive and Second Streets, is one of the newer women ' s dormi- tories on campus. Under the direction of Mrs. Edna Snider, the house mother, and the student officers, Coconino Hall had a busy year. Highlighting the schedule of social events for the year were the annual Christmas Party, decorations for Mom and Dad ' s Day, Homecoming, and a Dormi- tory Open House. The officers this year were Joanne French, presi- dent; Jane Farley, vice president; Donna Rae Browne, secretary; Dee Ann Gray, treasurer; Nancy Angel, social chairman; and Helen Marie Gordon, AWS representative. 272 GILA HALL: Row 1: Corinne Huber, Marjorie Hersh, Nanette Silvestri, Nancy Herlihy, Carol Will , Betsy Little. Row 2: Kay King, Sandy Stanford, Marcia Smith, Bev Shearer, Pat Keenan, Pat Piper, Katie Eppenberger, Joy Wolf, Cynthia Combs. Row 3: Kaki Steves, Connie Wiebmer, Gay Salmon, Nancy Orr, Carol Silverstone, Sue Chambers, Frances Frauenfelder, Ann Kaufman, Marilyn Ash. GILA HALL Oh ...let ' s not play this one. Gila Hall is one of the older dorms on campus lo- cated on the olive grove lane. The social calendar for Gila was quite busy with such events as a " get acquainted dance, " several dorm dinners, a Mom and Dad ' s Day tea, a Christmas party, the Junior-Senior breakfast, the traditional swimming party, and a chicken dinner at Barra Nada Guest Lodge climaxing the school year. Leading the dorm activities this year were Polly Fink, president; Corinne Huber, vice president; Zona Davis, treasurer; Lorna Johnston, secretary; Jane Reese, AWS representative; and Nancy Randolph, social chairman. 273 U A CH UCA HALL Throughout the year, Huachuca Hall under- takes a number of varied projects. These include informal Sunday breakfasts, bridge tournaments, and general get-togethers in the " ITC room. Dur- ing the traditional Mom and Dad ' s day, parents toured the dorm. Participation in Homecoming ac- tivities was also undertaken by the girls, who with Kaibab Hall won first place for dorm decorations. Emphasis is placed on high scholastic achievement at Huachuca. The residents work together with the aid of their officers. They were Carol Fox, president; Tana Harper, vice president; Abby Bernstein, secretary; Jane Josey, treasurer; and Kay Short, AWS repre- sentative. Residents don ' t fail to decorate even the secluded corners. HUACHUCA HALL: Row 1: Sharon Stepman, Judy Goff, Kathy Knight, Bonnie Puumala, Kathy Sikorski, Linda Quigley, Elaine Olsen, Marilyn Snoddy, Jill Biby, Judy Mirman, Roberta Faer, Sonia Carol Lerner, Dorothy Nemec. Row 2: Margie Veitch, Nina Barrett, Sarah Wright, Karen Gernand, Carolyn Schoenewaldt, Loretta Chambers, Carolyn Connolly, Beverly Padway, Ravel Zion, Abby Bernstein, Merle Leavitt, Harriet Harris, Jeanette Nelson. Row 3: Dianne Konkel, Nancy Furlong, Dena Jordan, Nadene Agatstien, Sandi Isenberg, Bette Sacherson, Vicki Sexson, Jeanette Mander, Gwynne Duncan, Sue Cheairs, Jacky Stoddard, Charlene Collins, Myrna Oak, Nancy Hale. 274 KAIBAB HALL In its second year as a girls ' dorm, Kaibab Hall has proved to be one of the most active on campus. Open House gave everyone a chance to get ac- quainted. Homecoming decorations brought a first place trophy to the dorm. New furniture brightened Kaibab ' s lobby and provided a comfortable place for visitors and resi- dents to lounge. Food vending machines installed last summer also added to the girls ' convenience. Kaibab ' s dorm officers were President Katie Kohlstaedt, Vice President Suzanne Callison, Sec- retary Marty DeMaeyer, Treasurer Karen Soren- son, AWS representatives, Sally Jones and Barbara Heyman, and Social Chairman Brenda Johnson. But girls — parts of the car still show. KAIBAB HALL: Row 1: Suzie Callison, Diana Dunn, Rene Woods, Sue Finley, Brenda Johnson, Zanna Dillow, Lesley Ruston, Pat Gillis, Nan Douhet, Marty De Maeyer, Haven Bon- nette, Susie Betts. Row 2: Nancy Noyes, Kaeki Engelhard, Barbara Howard, Hattie Miller, Debbie Skeels, Barbara Hayes, Julie Hill, Bev Johnson, Carolyn Kunz, Merrilee Perot, Karen Sorenson, Linda Wilkinson, Maureen Hanson. Row 3: Martha Bahl, Sherry Shaer, Natalie Davis, Joan Knutson, Juay Matheny, Jill Hendry, Linda Coar, Sally Hively, Annette O ' Brin, Helen Thompson, Susan Bailey, Beverlee Honer, Ruth Heinz, Carole Howard, Nancy Paden, Sharon Arkeish. 275 MANZANITA HALL See, I can play the piano too! MANZANITA HALL: Row I: Mic Brostrom, Nancy McCorm- ick, Barbara Bess. Row 2: Suzan Fields, Flo Newmark, Bernice Bendalin, Isabelle Fleischer, Mary Roden, Judy Wallace. Row 3: Marjory Williams, Christine Mashler, Pat Maynard, Joan Dorsey, Christine Kelsey, Carol Richey, Gayle Kasulaitis, Pat Nagle, Sharon Travis. Row 4: Donna Haas, Arlene Harris, Benita After- One of the newest dorms on campus, Manzanita Hall, offers many comforts for its women residents. The attrac- tive lounge and date room provide a place for entertain- ment for the girls and their dates. A new addition to Man- zanita ' s facilities was the installation of the candy, coke, ice cream, and fruit vending machines. Included on the social agenda were activities and parties, as an Open House, a Christmas party, and corridor parties. Also a breakfast was given in the spring in honor of the graduating Seniors. The officers included Mary Roden, president; Jan Moser, vice president; Patti Allebrand, secretary; Joan Dorsey, treasurer; Andrea Wolf, social chairman; and Sally Barrie, AWS representative. gut, Yvonne Murdock, Kay Jarvis, Carol Eyster, Jackie Smith. Row 5: Betty Sue Zeligman, Carol Williams, Patty McGreal, Lee Weingarten, Faye Kelley, Marilyn Long, Karin Tomek, Chris Troller, Andrea Wolf, Carol Bledsoe, Margaret Sloane, Sue Dircks, Gaye Townsend, Marie Lim, Carol Berman, Sherry Hop- per, Ronnie Wacker, Ebie Anne Burgett. 276 -V101- AVE HA _J1, Beginning the fall term, Mohave had an orientation pro- gram for its new residents. During Morn and Dad ' s Day the dormitory was decorated and refreshments were served. Gwen Weiner, Homecoming Queen Attendant, repre- sented Mohave in the election. The girls spent many days and nights working on the campaign. Social functions began with an Open House, which tra- ditionally is held every fall. Parties and two dorm dinners were also given. A breakfast was held at the end of the year honoring the out-going seniors and the dorm officers. The officers were Beverly Spillman, president; Ann Bergstrom, vice president; Randy Lee, treasurer; Betty Mur- phy, secretary; and Ruth Ann Morse, AWS representative. Not even Maverick would be as obvious as that, Pat. MOHAVE HALL: Row 1: Michal Kinzle, Marilyn Jenkins, Norma Jean Pick, Sherilyn Perkuhn, Dee Hale, Beverly Spillman. Row 2: Margaret Russell, Carolyn Robinson, Georgia Pantelis, Sue Anderson, Polly Sarlin, Nancy Foster, Earlene Snodgrass. Row 3: Lynne McCafferty, Dottie Jones, Judy Clark, Jenny Lind- say, Mary Davenport, Pat Butler, Della Hodge, Ann Ellen, Char- lene Crowell, Joanna Goodlibe, Suzanne Pierce, Judy Jacobs, Felicia Morones. 277 +MI I ■I • WPM. sows MARICOPA HALL: Row 1: Susan Spearin, Mayt Koeth, Nina Day, Penny Garcia, Beth Mead, Ellen Miller, Maria Luisa San- galli, Cristina Correa, Maria Estella Prats, Celia Sepuleda, Mar- lene Matchews, Karen Bau Baumann. Row 2: Norma Head, Bar- bara Fuchs, Diane Coleman, Nancy Sutherland, Bonnie Geddes, " Typist wanted " . . . Brenda Williams, Laurie Kortkamp, Alice Hazard, Joyce Fall, Edna J. Karrell, Joanna Coleman, Sharon Roberts. Row 3: Carol Sherrick, Sandra Bearman, Carol Crumb, Nancy Gillespie, Cathy Bearse, Janet Hamilton, Nancy Kessler. Despite overcrowded conditions faced at Maricopa Hall, residents cooperated to make the dorm ' s social events suc- cessful. For the Fall Open House a Beatnick Theme pre- vailed, topped off by an authentic Beatnick band. Mt. Lem- mon was the site for the exchange with Papago Hall. The faculty and head resident, Mrs. Wehrle, were honored ' at the annual Christmas party. An International theme com- pleted the Christmas program with many of Maricopa ' s foreign students participating. In the spring a breakfast honoring the Seniors was held at one of Tucson ' s restaurants. Officers for this year were Joya Cerwin, president; Alice Hazard, vice president; Marlene Mathews, secretary; Pat Johnston, treasurer; Virginia Fraps, social chairman; and Karen Johnson, AWS representative. . . .. .. ..... DIAL 278 PIMA HALL: Row 1: Susie Harrington, Anna Michener, Jo Ann Stevenson, Alison Churchman, Carole Sichaffoose, Jewel Pratt. Row 2: Virginia Haldeman, Cheryl Higgens, Sylvia Payette, Linda Pima Hall is the only women ' s co-operative dormitory on the UA campus. It houses thirty-seven women. As part of the program, each girl spends approximately nine hours a week doing cleaning and cooking in the hall. All of the girls must be residents of Arizona except for one foreign exchange student who is sponsored by Pima and Phrateres. This year the foreign exchange student is Miriam De La Vina from La Paz, Bolivia. Pima has many social parties during the year. Other functions include: a faculty tea, the Christmas formal, and a " caroling " party. This year ' s officers included: Sharla Fletcher, president; Elaine Neher, vice president; Judy Kennedy, secretary; Bar- bara DeLeon, treasurer; Marsha Smith, social manager; and Allison Churchman, AWS representative. Cheatham, Chris Gabusi, Fran Reilly, Ruth Davis, Margaret Hoetsoi, Martha Craft, Marsha Malone, Sharl Fletcher, Elaine Neher, Judy Kennedy. " Mirror, mirror on the wall . . . " PIMA HALL 279 YUMA HALL: Row 1: Ginny Rag lund, Lynne Siergie, Margy Bell, Nancy Woodruff, Ally Leavenworth, Peggy Aldrich, Kathy Michelena, Laurie Barc. Row 2: Marietta Lane, Nancy Buehl, Jill Loebe, Joan Wyant, Pat Mays, Judy Kimball, Lorri Waldman. Row 3: JoAnn Roach, Pam Hill, Mary Jackson, Anne Utley, Nancy Bryson, Frances Daniel, Starr Brandt. Row 4: Cheryl Yuma Hall ' s social calendar opened with a Halloween party. The girls entertained parents during the Open House presented on Mom and Dad ' s Day, and later in the year made Homecoming decorations. Other social events in- cluded the Christmas Party and the Senior Breakfast. Yuma ' s problems created by over crowded conditions became minor early in the semester, with the guidance of Mrs. Margaret Caswell. The officers were: Leona Allison, president; Laura Lindemann, vice president; Lynn Siergiej, secretary; Dee Stanley, treasurer; Linda Blassett, scholarship chairman; and Fran Daniels, AWS representative. Crane, Sandie Lawrence, Brenda Holleran, Sandi Storm, Sandy Synnes, Sue Kramer, Barbara Romero, Bev Baty, Lorrene Hard- ing. Row 5: Mary Bettman, Nada Jo Gilbert, Lynne Whitm an. Row 6: Ellen Hefer, Marya Keeth, Nonie Allison, Gail Littler, Christy Powers. Bashful, isn ' t he! YUMA ALL 280 ARIZONA HALL: Row 1: Raymond Reese, Warren Mattkias, Hal Miller, Dan Pyzel, John McHann, Dick Batlersby, Jon Carter, Rick Murglespep. Row 2: John Bennie, James Phillabaum, Fred Alexander, Richard Feinberg, Bill Gunderman, Darrell Smith, Milton McDonald. Row 3: Bob Feeler, Larry Dempster, Anastacio Rivera, Victor Garate, Ken Thomas. Row 4: Winston Scott, Earl Surber, Gary Radder. Arizona Hall is the oldest and smallest men ' s dormitory on campus. Hall functions included the annual Halloween party with the town girls and the Christmas party. Arizona Hall was well represented in sports this year. Jerry Hoover was a four-year letterman on the football team. George Privateer and Jack Hudson, who ran the two- mile in the record breaking time of 9.4, were on the track team. Hall officers were Ken Thomas, president; John Mc- Hann, social chairman; and Fred Alexander, secretary- treasurer. The ties that bind ARIZONA HAI, 281 H ALL Apache Hall, under the leadership of E. N. Roberts, head resident, participated in various so- cial and campus activities this year. Exchanges with several of the women ' s dormitories constituted the major special affairs. In the field of sports Apache ranked as one of the top dorms in intramurals. Among its residents was Bill Barraclough, UA ' s head cheerleader. Officers were Mickey Frieberg, president; Brent Newcombe, vice president; Tom Gordon, secretary and treasurer; Jess Finerman, social chairman; and Cyril Chan, intramural chairman. She ' s really a nice girl, even cooks! APACHE HALL: Row 1: Tom Wilson, Kim Dunbar, Dick Heide- man, Sam Stenson, Bob Morkem, Willie Wilke, Tom Hood. Row 2: Bud Gruenberg, Mickey Freiberg, Louie Morgan, Neil Kramer, Cliff Elliott, John Rupe, Ken McFetters, Jim Wise, Miles Davis. Row 3: Steve Redlick, Barrie Mayes, Mike Mason, Steve Brown, Erich Wenger. Row 4: Joe Fossati, Tony Coron, Barry Levine, Bill Lloyd, Earl Sanders. Row 5: Edward Schaus, Keith Milner, Willie Riedel, Jerry Burstein, Buel Wetmore, Mike Goodfellow, Jack Hewson, Jack Hibbs. Row 6: Jeff Rallun, Jack John, David Krehnke, Dave Lange, Allen Riche. 282 SANTA CRUZ HAL Santa Cruz, housing 182 men, participated in many activities. The annual fall and spring dances were on the social calendar. Exchanges with wom- en ' s dormitories were held both semesters. In intra- murals, Santa Cruz was defending dorm champion. Santa Cruz ' s President was Ted Roberts, who also served as Inter-Dorm Council President. Vice president was Toby Shoop, who was a member of the UA tennis team. Secretary-treasurer was Don Collier, and Bruce Darnley was social chairman. Dr. J. M. Rhodes, professor at the University, served as head resident. Who needs a bicycle built for two? SANTA CRUZ HALL: Row 1: Dee Harkins, Charles Laine, Paul Gallagher, Ron Nicholson, Robert Schurtz, Bill Dunphy, Bill Skov. Row 2: Eric Knorr, Alan Lowy, Terry Donnelly, Dick Audi, Bruce Darnley, Dave Niemier, Ed Steiger. Row 3: Ron Cloe, Babe Ruth, Jarvis, Toby Shopp, Phill Barnhard, David Metzel, Richard Caywood. Row 4: Lew Marsten, Barry Dupre, Morris Guest, Larry Goo, Mushi Soraya, Manny -Kyriannis, Nat Ramirez, Chuck Rule, Paul Pugliese. 283 GRAHAM HALL 1W1 -11! SWIM W .....110 NNW! al pl., • Graham Hall is generally considered to be an athletic dor- mitory. More than two-thirds of its residents are in some ath- letic program. Football honored many of Graham Hall ' s residents. They were Robert Lee Thompson, Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention; Ted Urness, Governor ' s Award; Bill " Min- ner " Williams, Bear Down Award; and Robert Lee Thompson, Eddie Wilson, and Tony Matz, All Border Conference Team. Team Captain Tony Matz and Warren Livingston were se- lected to play on the All American Bowl Team. Two of the five starters on the UA basketball team, Joe Skaisger and Wes Flynn, lived in Graham. Charlie Shoemaker was All-American in baseball and Larry Dunn and Ray Hiscock ranked in track. Officers were Richard Johnson, president; Willie Edwards, vice president; and Wayne Anderson, treasurer. Football season is over so TV season starts. GRAHAM HALL: Row 1: Bob Encinas, Alex Gemmell, Bill Barthold, Craig Bill Beaver, Roger Tuttle, Richard Dav- enport, Eddie Wilson, Jack Halland, Butch Johnson, Minner Wil- liams, Dan Patuseli, Jon Berryhill, Wes Flynn. Row 2: Tom Kosser, Terry Haraeson, Virgil Grant, Jim Singleton, Wayne Anderson, August Hardt, Durrell Nielsen, Ray Berry, Miles Zeller, Deano Williams, Bill Reynolds, Ray Shackleford, Jerry Davitch, David Knott. Row 3: Dave Thompson, Lynn Stiles, Tom Rempfer, Ron Roth, Sam Yocum, Steve Reeves, Roger Long, Al Jeffryes. Row 4: Bob Muller, Billy Graham, Pat Brown, John Vnitas, Arvid Anderson, Richard Yuskas, Roy Rogers, Willie Peete, Lenny Moore, Darell Clar, Buckie Holbrook, Tom Glor- vingen, John Renner, Walt Stetts, James Norton, Bob Smith. 284 GREENLEE HALL Many residents in Greenlee Hall were active on campus this year. Resident Jay Jacobson was elected Freshman Class President during the fall. Later in the year, Jim Musgrove was named vice president of IFC. Also, Jim Musgrove and Jerry Soma were active participants in ASUA. Men of Greenlee Hall also took part in various university sports. Bob Holzer was a member of the golf team; Mo Hanhila participated in track; and Hal Eastin was on the swimming team. Greenlee residents also took part in the intramural program. The officers for this year were Denis Shanahan, president; Don Wilson, vice president; and John Moody, secretary- treasurer. Give up fellows, it ' s not for you. GREENLEE HALL: Row I: Baker Cochran, Peter Neitz, Michael Mount, Steve Gerst, Ron Dvorak, Fred Lau, Dick Grif- fiths, Zygmund Nath, Bob Hasseries, Michael Gibson. Row 2: Gerald Carpenter, Dennis Shanahan, John Moody, Larry Deckter, David Maynard, Willard Webster, Tom Honaker , Donald Wilson, Al Padilla. Row 3: John Hughes, Richard Ridgway, Richard Young, Earl Phillips, Kenneth Pale, Ward Parshall, Glenn Carl- son, Henry Giesecke, Armando Arvizu. 285 HOPI LODGE: Row I: Fareed Nader, Tom Keating, Phil Imhoff, Don Schultze, Tom Rodman, Victor Hoyos, Ron Tarsch, Steve Morosoko, Robert Dukes. Row 2: Ben Riggs, Howard Hoon, Darryl Moses, Milton Johnson, John Ohanton, Bill Harrison, Pete Wellman, Phil Kraemer, Larry White, John Daglay, Al White, Gordon Hadden. Built in 1947 to temporarily house the influx of returning G.I. students following World War II, Hopi Lodge has more than served its purpose as a men ' s dormitory. Hopi Lodge and Papago are the only one- floor residence halls for men on campus. This year Hopi Lodge residents were again active in intramural sports. The main social functions were a Christmas Party for the residents and exchanges with women ' s dormitories throughout the year. The first of these exchanges was with Huachuca Hall. The officers were Robert Hamlin, president; Mike Catherall, vice president; Hank Higuera, secretary- treasurer; and Jack Groener, social chairman. 1, 2, 3 and they ' re off . . . to their 7:40 figure drawing class. HOPI LODGE 286 COCHISE HALL: Row 1: Jose Rochin, Ralph Bernal, Richard Arkin, Pete Nemeth, Mike Caldaron, Jerry Osborne, Roy Men- dosa, Ernest Uries. Row 2: Jerry Winke, Alan Satterlee, Jim Fer- gusen, John Yount, Carl Gordon, Bruce Washington, Emery Hirschler. Row 3: Perry McCowan, John Wallace, Noel Rudd, Frank Solpher, Roger Jenkin, Tom Sparacie, Jim Peterson, Kent Fisher, Gerhard Rettig. Cochise Hall, participating in intramurals, took first place in the dorm basketball league. Norm Bezona won fourth place in cross country. Social activity included an exchange in the fall with Huachuca Hall and a Banquet honoring the sen- iors in the spring. Cochise ' s Homecoming decorations dealt with the outer space theme this year. Mrs. George F. Herrick, head resident of Cochise, had the honor of being the only house mother for a men ' s dormitory on the UA campus. Officers were Howard Ashley, president; John Yount, vice president; Emery Hirschler, secretary- treasurer; Walter Lawson, social chairman; and Tom Sparacio, head of intramurals. Thanks... COCHISE HALL 287 PINAL HALL: Row 1: Robert Earle, Hans Jensen, Frank Gill, Abdullah Souibri, Raul Willson, Terry Ridgway, Curtis Holmes, and Edward Goodwin. Row 2: Curtis Killensworth, John Bor- chard, James Wise, Dean Del Fabero, Brian Sticht, Bud Kulik, Benny Dellacorno, Tony Cole, Joe Ballesteros, Raul Palma, Carlos Palma, Mike Heard, Bill Honeck. Pinal Hall, situated at the southwest corner of Varsity Stadium has for its head resident, Dr. Melvin E. Erickson, assistant dean of Mines. Last year, Pinal ' s intramural teams placed second in the dormitory league banner point standings. The championship was won by Mobil Whiting. This year, Pinal is in the process of a rebuilding pr ogram, having lost many seniors to graduation. Academic studies are especially stressed to incoming freshmen. The officers were Frank Gill, president; Les Berg- quist, vice president; Dean Favero, secretary; Steve Cox, treasurer; Gordon Bergthold, social chairman; and Jerry McEwen, intramural manager. Who has eyes in the hack of his head? HALL MAL HALL 288 NAVAJO HALL: Row I: Chuck Carney, Norman Hunt, R. Ra- Lavell, Maurice Hobson, Reed Graf, Roger Shaver, Don Lewis, phael, Ron Cottrell, Phil Azeelton, Harold Aaclland. Row 2: J. J. Rick Deines, Joe Foli, Don Doehring, Claude Smith. Navajo Hall is located on the southeast corner of " Bear Down " Stadium. A few of the activities at Navajo Hall this year were a Christmas Party, a Head Resident ' s Tea, and a dorm-sponsored dinner. Social functions were high- lighted by exchanges with the women ' s dorms. The dorm participated as a group in the Spring Sing, took an active part in intramurals, and entered the rodeo. Achievements for the year included placing second scholastically among the men ' s dormitories. The officers for the year were president, Don Doehring; vice president, Don Lewis; secretary-treas- urer, Harlow Peterson; social chairman, Pete Orozco; and intramural manager, Larry Vaughn. " It ' s about my arm... " NAVAJO HALL ,; NAVAJO HALL 289 PAPA GO HAL The officers elected to serve Papago Lodge during the year 1960-1961 were: president, Joe Tanez, Jr.; vice president, Scott Follett; secretary, Tom Anderson; treasurer, Art Garmager, and social chairman, Don Smith. There were many social events held throughout the year at Papago Hall. Parties were held after the football games, and with Pima Hall. In addition Pap- ago residents gave an exchange Christmas Party for the orphan children. During the Christmas season they went caroling at the Veteran ' s Hospital and old folks rest home. Before the end of first semester they had their annual steak fry. Highlighting the year was the winning of a trophy for saving the most ice cream coupons. Not every dorm receives a trophy for ice cream eating . PAPAGO HALL: Row 1: Barrie Sale, James Doolan, Gordon Ashcraft, Harold Poe, Dick Goeherig, Scott Follett, Genelon Rich- ards. Row 2: Dave Zuege, Harry Lucky, John Kennedy, Manuel Souza, Tom Anderson, Roger Addlesperger. Row 3: Bruce Acomb, Dusty Rhoades, Francis Sprout, Phil Hastings, Joe Yanez, Don Smith, Chuck Fenze. 290 YAVAPAI HALL .. and then I told him I had to be in by 9:00 . . . YAVAPAI HALL: Row 1: Caryn Chiatovich, Leslie Martin, Darlyn Meyerson, Susan Mark, Mary Demchak, Pat Campbell, Judy Cole, Marge Bullamore, Sandy Schlentz, Jane Severson, Bon- nie Anderson, Nancy Weitzee, Marcia Seeko, Natalie McGee. Row 2: Joy Geller, Jean Bolton, Gail Van Hoffman. Row 3: Sharon Fritschel, Diane Cooper, Marjane Ryals, Sally Stark, Ann Grant, Bonnie Neshkin, Gayle Gordon, Lynda Paslette, Diane Thompson, Yavapai Hall was built before World War II de- signed as a men ' s dormitory. In the early fifties, it was changed to a residence hall for women. The men took it over again in 1959, but this year it is again a dorm- itory for out-of-state freshman women. Yavapai had an open house at the beginning of the year to acquaint its women with the other students on campus. It also participated in exchanges with men ' s dormitories. Along with the other dormitories on cam- pus, Yavapai had an Open House for the parents on Mom and Dad ' s Day. The officers of Yavapai for the year were Judith Schnellbacher, president; Kathy Fuller, vice presi- dent; Diane Backus, secretary; Sue Ketchum, treas- urer; Brende Doyle, social chairman; Judy Weiner, scholarship chairman; Lucia Jones, WRA representa- tive; and Karen Chiatavitch, and Lois Longley, AWS representatives. Christine Erickson, Barbara Koomer. Row 4: Bonnie Dentino, Susan Harris, Joanne Beach, Pam Franklin, Pat Massey, Sharon Russell, Ann Parsons, Heidi Ruskin, April Troy, Joan Riley, Patience McIntyre. Row 5: Peggy Bolger, Suellen Thoman, Kathy Sanna, Kathy Vopat, Sandy Nelson, Janet Dean, Susan Taylor, Vicki Davis, Lou Ann Mercer, Sara Horgan, Sherry Medema, Debby Duffy. 291 POLO VIL _AGE Polo Village, built in 1946, provides apartments for 248 families of married students. A study hall and a recreation hall are available for the convenience of the families. An annual Christmas Dance was held at the Knight ' s of Columbus Hall. In addition, a Santa Claus Party for the children was held at the Student Union and an Easter Party, featuring an egg rolling contest, was given at Polo Field. Polo Village government is headed by Joe Downey, acting mayor; Charles Bliss, vice-mayor; Faye Pow- ers, secretary, and Terry Lichtenberger, treasurer. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Joe Downey, acting mayor; Jim Johnson, Terry Lichtenberger, ti asurer; Carol Minor, Charles Hyde, Deane Hall. Polo Village residents, the Terry Lichtenbergers, take a moment to complete their household duties. 292 ::.01, 1. . ...4 t ., i.. e4.,„ _. •,,, ; k.:44$10C 4 .44 . ;011f.! " ?..iii, " :•;;;71:i ,. . , .t I .... s z ia k • 14 • ., r 111:eliCtifi ' . %. ' ll ' • 4 ?to .. 1.N 4; f; ' I ' l°. 04 sr t•T t 14 ,› I if, - " A (rn t4- • ;-■••. :, Att., PANHELLENIC CM. NCI Li Representing fourteen active sororities on campus, the Pan- hellenic Council manages the fall formal rush and the open rush held throughout the year. Formal rush was again handled through the IBM system, and a pledge quota was set to equalize houses. The Council meets bi-monthly to discuss sorority programs, projects, and problems. The first of these meetings is attended by a junior and senior representative from each sorority. At the second meeting, the representatives are assisted by the house president and alum advisor. Panhellenic and IFC cooperate in sponsoring the annual " Greek Week " including banquets, workshops, " olympics, " and a dance. Through the Foster Parent ' s Plan, the Council sponsors Lee Moon Ja, a Korean girl. Panhellenic President Janie Kay was assisted this year by Carol Bonham, vice president, and Nancy Prigge, secretary-treasurer. JANIE KAY PANHELLENIC PRESIDENT C PANHELLENIC COUNCIL: Row 1: Nancy Collins, Peggy Aldrich, Janie Kay, Janie Karmen, Karen Turner, Sandy Cart- mell, Gail Scripps. Row 2: Rowene Aguirre, Gail Goodman, Pat Wrigh t, Lynda Cuison, Margaret Burton, Joan Johnson, Sandra Wright. Row 3: Julie Valentine, Margie Tench, Hedra Glass, Athalia Rochlin, Betsy Little, Sonya Frampton, La- Donna Anderson, and Susan Robinson. 294 RUSH COUNSELORS During fall rush, one active from each sorority on campus becomes an " inde- dependent " while she assists rushees in the procedures of rush, and answers num- erous questions about sorority life. After each sorority selects candidates for the Council, the Panhellenic Executive Council makes the final choice with rec- ommendations by the vice president. " dIalilaigui PANHELLENIC RUSH COUNSELORS: Maydith Merz, Smitty Clark, Gwynne Cox, Roz Rubinow, Nancy Coyle, Mary Lou Cumming. JUDICIAL COUNCIL Campus problems concerning sororities and fraternities are handled through the Judicial Council. Seven members from the Interfraternity Council and three from Pan- hellenic are seated as Judicial Council members. JUDICIAL COUNCIL: Carolyn O ' Neil, Janie Karmen, Gwynne Barthels, George Ja- cobson, Nelson Greenlund, Bob Snider, Bob Kaster, Paul Chuppa, Jim Musgrove, and Mike O ' Harro. 295 Amado, Maria Bray, Judy Burnett, Barbara Christensen, Karen Clark, Aven Clayton, Nancy Conn, Phoebe Danenhaver, Beverly Elers, Liza Fitzgerald, Katie Geers, Mary Anne Golseth, Lyn Goodall, Erlita Hamilton, Barbara Hopkins, Lynn Horgan, Sara Hate those exchanges .. . Huber, Joan Huntington, Meg Jacobson, Carole Jansee, Carole Johnson, Barbara Keisel, Suzanne Lamb, Laverne Mantel, Janet Mays, Gretchen McKinney, Thelma Nichols, Nancy Pisaro, Barbara Potter, Sheila Reed, Barbara Reichert, Karen Rinehart, Jeane 296 ALPS CHI OMEGA ' Is Depauw University 1885 94 Chapters Beta Lambda Chapter 1930 56 Members 1050 North Cherry Avenue The Alpha Chi ' s social season was highlighted by the annual Christmas formal held at the Desert Inn. Sigma Chi Len Judd, was crowned Alpha Chi Dream Man. Earlier in the semester the sorority hosted a Benefit Bridge Party for their alumnae and a Mom and Dad ' s Day luncheon. Social activities included, ex- changes, an informal party, pledge party, and Hal- loween party for the Cerebral Palsy Children ' s Foun- dation. Alpha Chi Omega won third place trophy for Homecoming house decorations. Other events later in the year were participation in the Varsity Show, Spring Sing, an informal party, Date Night, party given for the Arizona Children ' s Home, and Spring Formal at the Ramada Inn. Active on campus were Janet Manley, AWS Rules Committee Chairman; and Nancy Clayton, Shelly Ludwig, Karen Reichert, and Kathy Watson, Mer- maids. Sorority members in campus honoraries were LaVerne Lamb, Tau Beta Sigma and band majorette; Francis Trumback, Phi Lambda Theta; Judy Wood, Beta Theta; and Paula Todd and Aven Clark, Beta Beta Beta. Sheila Price, from England, was sponsored as their foreign exchange student. Alpha Chi ' s officers were Nancy Skeldon, presi- dent; and Barbara Hamilton, vice president. Schlemmer, Suzanna Shelton, Emily Skeldon, Nancy Slaughter, Natalie Switzer, Barbara Tanner, Sandra Thomson, Caroline Todd, Anastasia Todd, Paula Ludwig, Shelley Troy, April Trumback, Francess Voss, Nancy Watson, Kathy Weyer, Marilyn Wood, Judy Wright, Sandra Ziegler, Sherry 0 297 Alpha Delta Pi ' s were active in community services this year. They participated in the Unicef Drive, Mental Health Drive, and Easter Seal Drive for crippled chil- dren. With the Fijis, they gave a Christmas Party for un- derprivileged children. Members bringing honor to the house were Linda Agren, Aggie Queen; Mary Lou Campo, Homecoming Queen, Delta Chi Sweetheart, and Angel Flight; Cecilia Quiroz, Sigma Phi Epsilon Princess; Marsha Scibella, Engineering Queen Finalist; Judy Cooper and Marti Mc- Clanathan, Orchesis; Olivia Parker, Spurs; Pat Braman, Tau Beta Sigma; and Barbara Randall, Pi Omega Pi. Marsha Scibella was also chosen as one of the " Ten Best Dressed Girls. " ADPi ' s participating in various campus activities were Linda DePinto, Lani LeBlanc, and Barbara Schroll, Mermaids; Jane Harrison, NEA Secretary and Racket Club President; Joan Kendall, NEA Treasurer; Linda Smith and Andrea Haas, Student Nurses Association; Connie McCarroll, ASUA Bookstore Committee Chair- man; Jane Karmen, Panhellenic Secretary-Treasurer; and Nancy Grennan, Quadrille Team. House officers were Linda DePinto, president; Sandy Lewis, vice president; Judy Christensen, treasurer; and Pat Woodruff, secretary. " What do you mean I don ' t look good in stripes! " Amirkhan, Beverly Barker, Elizabeth Barrett, Toni Bauman, Pam Braman, Pat Brockelsby, Judy Callender, Nancy Campo, Mary Lou Carlson, Pamela Cartmell, Sandy Christensen, Judy Clift, Carolyn Cooper, Judy Dalessandro, Karen Davenport, Mary De Pinto, Linda Goldman, Diane Green, Susan Grennan, Nancy Haas, Andrea Haer, Pat Hamilton, Marcia Hannley, Maureen Harrison, Jane Hart, Judith Higgins, Penelope Hoffland, Barbie Howe, Judy Hudson, Pat Hughes, Roberta Johns, Gail Karmen, Jane Kelley, Nancy Kendall, Joan Kenneavy, Virginia Kennedy, Louise Knittel, Rosemary Knop, Nancy Kreager, Anne Ladd, Linda Larson, Fran Laurell, Linda 298 ALPHA DELTA PI 1443 East First Street Wesleyan Female College 1851 103 Chapters Delta Gamma Chapter 1957 86 Members LeBlanc, Lani Lewis, Sandy Martin, Judy Matthews, Jeanette McCarroll, Connie McClanathan, Marti McConnell, Judith Meline, Cindy Nelson, Sandra Newcomb, Judy Parker, Olivia Perot, Merrilee Pruitt, Theresa Quiroz, Cecilia Randall, Barbara Reitsch, Pamela St. Sure, George Ann Schotts, Margaret Schroll, Barbara Scibella, Marcia Sexson, Vicki Shirk, Cindy Smith, Linda Smith, Marcia Snailum, Pat States, Margaret Stautzenberger, Sonnie Steadman, Sally Stewart, Betty Troch, Sharon Turner, Karen Twist, Pans Walsh, Georgeanne Wherner, Judy Williams, Sharon Wilson, Jo I Ail 299 " Laugh at my swimsuit, will you! " On the AEPhi social calendar was a tea for their new house mother, Mrs. Smith, followed by a Mom and Dad ' s Day Luncheon; Founders Day Lunch- eon; Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Philan- thropic projects; Winter Formal, L ' Enchante, where Teddy Silverman was crowned AEPhi Dream Man; Big-Little Sister Luncheon and Pledge Active Party. Also, AEPhi sponsored Henrietta Arpad, a foreign student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. AEPhi ' s active on campus were: Janie Kay, Panhellenic President; Harlean Kaufman, 1961 Desert Editor; Linda Shefler, AWS Special Events Chairman, AWS State Convention Chairman, Sophomore Council; Karen Hyman, SUAB House Committee; Ann Sherwin, Poster Banner Commit- tee; Ravelle Zion, Freshman Council; Marilyn Mitchell, RIL Week Special Events Chairman; Flo Newmark, AWS Rules Committee; Benita After- gut, SUAB Special Events Committee, Desert Staff; Linda Handelman, Desert Assistant Photo Editor; Beverly Padway, BPA Council; Lois Chaitlen, In- ternational Relations Club; Geri Finkelstein, ASUA Community Service Chairman. Those in honoraries were: Jeanne Abromovitz, Mortar Board Vice President, Who ' s Who, BBB; Janie Kay, Mortar Board, Who ' s Who; Harlean Kaufman, Who ' s Who; Judy Segal, BBB; Linda Shefler, Barbie Srere, Spurs; Geri Finkelstein, Chimes; Diane Horwitz, National Collegiate Play- ers, University Players; Babs Block, Marilyn Meyer, University Players; June Morris, Suzi Sloan, Mermaids; and Gail Goodman, Ann Sher- win, Orchesis. House officers were: Jeanne Abromovitz, pres- ident; Phyllis Glickman, vice president; Harlean Kaufman, secretary; and Roz Rubinow, treasurer. (-) Ii lib Alma Alb dighb Abromovitz, Jeanne Aftergut, Benita Berman, Carol Block, Babs Burke, Bunny Chaitlen, Lois Cohen, Joann Degen, Ronna Ehrlich, Joan Finkelstein, Geri Frazin, Roberta Geller, Joy Goldstein, Martha Goodman, Gail Glass, Nedra Glickman, Phyllis Greenberg, Alana Greenwood, Kathy Handelman, Linda Hecht, Alice Heyman, Barbara Hipsh, Linda Horwitz, Linda Hyman, Karen 300 1071 North Mountain Avenue ALPHI EPSILON PHI Barnard College 1909 56 Chapters Alpha Lambda Chapter 1945 75 Members ' Isenberg, Barbara .losey, Jane Katcher, Brenda Kaufman, Harlean Kaufmann, Susie Kay, Janie Koplin, Diane Krause, Sara Lou Lehman, Janice Lerner, Sonia Lewin, Marcia MaIlin; Judith Martin, Leslie Beth Martin, Leslie Hope Meyer, Marilyn Meyerson, Darlynn Mitchell, Marilyn Morris, June Newmark, Flo Orloff, Gloria Ovadia, Shirley Padway, Beverly Pet-son, Joyce Prince, Linda Rosenberg, Judy Rubinow, Roz Rubel, Julie Rubler, Carol Schimmel, Mary Schonwald, Jan Schulman, Debbie Segel, Judy Sheller, Linda Sherwin, Ann Siegel, Rhoda Slawsky, Phyllis Sloan, Suzi Spitzer, Jan Srere, Barbara Staller, Rita Steinfeld, Vicki Steinman, Louise Swerdlick, Carolyn Talpis, Stephie Wasserman, Amy Winski, Sue Witkin, Gail Yates. Belle Zion, Ravel ALPHA XI DEL Lombard College 1898 79 Chapters Gamma Gamma Chapter 1951 28 Members I 1515 East First Street This year Alpha Xi ' s social calendar included a Christmas party at the house, Pledge Breakfast, Mother and Daughter Din- ner, and entertainment for parents on Mom and Dad ' s Day. The house also participated in the Sigma Chi Derby Day and won third place for the horse and rider event. Members bringing honor to the house were Terry Clark and Sue Harrison, Tau Beta Sigma. Active Fran Holly was Ski Club President and Interclub Council President. Alpha Xi officers were Sue Harrison, president; Fran Holly, vice president; Jane Price, recording secretary; and Karen Whit- lock, treasurer. Bean, Rebecca Clark, Terry Cuison, Lynda De Rocher, Julie Drake, Miranda Ernenwein, Zeta Fralic, Judith Fuller, Diane Gunrud, Sharon Harlan, Margie Harrison, Susan Heinz, Mary Ellen Henry, Sharon Holly, Frances Kowalski, Vaughne Maple, Pat Miller, Marilyn Ovellette, Maureen Prigge, Nancy Pylant, Andrea Rogers, Judy Shuman, Jackie Sproul, Sara Teel, Margaret Wright, Pat " This new course is really fun. " 302 ALPHI OMICRON PT 4)- Barnard College 1897 67 Chapters Upsilon Alpha Chapter 1959 71 Members Although the AOPi ' s were involved in moving to their temporary home, they were active on campus. Besides various exchanges, the house held a Christmas Formal at the Tidelands, a philanthropic project for school chil- dren; and they participated in Spring Sing. In addition, they won third place in Sigma Chi Derby Day and second place in mixed division with their Home- coming float. Participants in campus activities included: Sandy Shehan, and Pam Mitchell, Mermaids; Nancy Herlihy, AWS Standards Board; Carol Haines, Activities Mart; Susie Dinsmore, Activities Committee; Nancy Little, Wom- en ' s Press Club; Judy Query, Gamma Alpha Chi; Mary Tremble, Poster Banner Chairman; and Pat Thompson, Traffic Court. Sherry Gallup was crowned the 1961 Desert Queen. Alpha Omicron Pi ' s chosen to campus honoraries were Julie Keith and Stephanie Hoag, Orchesis; Sue Dinsmore and Carole Haines, Spurs; Nancy Herlihy, Chimes; Karen Carlson, Alpha Lambda Delta; Judy Query, Who ' s Who; Sally Webb, Sigma Alpha Iota; and Sherry Webb, Angel Flight. Leading the house this year were Judy Query, president; Nancy Herlihy, vice president; Sherry Gallup, recording secretary; and Louise Chadwick, treasurer, Abrams, Susan Alker, Hollie Barstis, Susan Buchanan, Barbara Butler, Margaret Byrne, Diane Chadwick, Harriet Chadwick, Louise Chenoweth, Nancy Clemow, Pat Coles, Nancy Coulson, Martha Derby, Lynn D ' Orazio, Joan English, Kathy Foley, Jaci Frailey, Pat Gallup, Sherry Harris, Susan Herlihy, Nancy Hoag, Stefanie Huddleaston, Janice Keith, Julie Little, Betsy Markland, Carol McElroy, Ellen McFarland, Sally McMahan, Kathie Mercer, Lou Ann Moller, Mary Oltmans, Alice Pope, Barbara Prater, Judith Query, Judith Rhodes, Lorraine Richey, Carol Schaub, Sandra Schlentz, Sandy Shefferly, Sue Shehan, Sandy Skeels,•Debbie Thompson, Patricia Turner, Ann Valentine, Julie Vaughn, Linda Yonash, Francie 303 ALP II P ILL Syracuse University 1872 77 Chapters Beta Epsilon Chapter 1926 80 Members 1339 East First Street r 411601 aka gat till Oa ft talk Alk ea Arino, Freddi Askegaard, Judy Barnett, Pat Barnhard, Linda Beck, Nan Bledsoe, Susan Bruckschen, Beverly Buchwalter, Sue Burch, Rosemary Caine, Karen Cameron, Donna Clark, Joyce Compton, Nancy Cram, Sue Crosby, Pat Elliott, Kim Fanoe, Susan Floun, Sandra Fuller, Susan Gilaspie, Barbara Gilaspie, Nancy Girdler, Nancy Goodman, Lee Griffin, Gwen Hale, Sandy Hamilton, Charlyn Hoaglund, Karen Horton, Jay Howard, Barbara Kahn, Barbara Kalil, Barbara Kalil, Gloria Kennedy, Jackie Krivel, Judy Madera, Lynn McCarty, Jodelle McClellan, Carol McConnell, Anne McGurren, Kacey McQuary, Rebecca 304 tibia tak Merrill, Pamela Meyer, Sue Moore, Betsy Morine, Mary Lou Nicholson, Coralee Nicolai, Carole O ' Brian, Karen Peters, Julianne Quebedeaux, Loraine Ray, Judith Richard, Linda Ridgeway, Valerie Sandin, Joan Scripps, Gail Shaw, Judy Sierk, Linda Smith, Diane Spring, Roxana Stewart, Cherie Swander, Judith Swaner, Joan Treadwell, Mary Tremble, Lynn Uribe, Marie Walsworth, Vol Walter, Karen Wechsler, Barbara Whiteman, Jinx Williams, Chris Winslow, Susan The Alpha Phis worked on their philanthropic project, cardiac aid, by assembling, distributing and collecting Heart Fund containers. In addition the pledges won a trophy for collecting the largest amount of money for the Campus Chest on Tag Day. At the Alpha Phi Snow Ball, Dave Stahly was crowned " Phi Man. " Christmas time also brought a pledge party for the actives. Alpha Phis won a sweepstakes trophy at Sigma Chi Derby Day and a second trophy for their Homecom- ing house decorations. Honors included: Rae Malone, Who ' s Who and Mortar Board; Gwynne Cox, Chimes and ASUA- SUAB Publicity; Gloria Kalil and Anne McConnell, Spurs and Alpha Lambda Delta; Barbara Kalil, Gamma Alpha Chi: Judith Swander, Women ' s Press Club President; Barbara Kahn, Rae Malone, Karen Hoaglund and Betsy Moore, Mermaids; Kim Elliot, Angel Flight Secretary; and Volney Walsworth, Kitty Kat Editor. Alpha Phi President was Barbara Kalil, assisted by Beverly Bruckshen and Nancy Compton, vice presi- dents; Jodelle McCarty, corresponding secretary and Susan Winslow, treasurer. " Long distance? This is a person to person call to Santa Claus. " 305 Phrateres began the year with their annual freshman women ' s swim party held at the Jewish Community Center. A coke party was held on the days of registration. Phi Lambda Phrateres ' annual " Hi and Smile Week " culminated with a dance at which the King and Queen of Smiles were crowned. All of the proceeds were donated to a special scholarship fund for the Arizona Boys Ranch. First semester activities included a Halloween party, Mom and Dad ' s Day reception, fashion show, Christmas formal entitled " Neptune ' s Para- dise, " Christmas caroling party and gift exchange, pledge surprise, Found- ers ' Day dinner, and Christmas party for the Yaqui Indians. This year Phrateres sponsored a foreign student, Miss Miriam de la Vina from La Paz, Bolivia, South America. Members active on campus included 12 Wranglers: Barbara Kummer, president: Ruth Becker, Emily Carpenter, Elizabeth Chase, Faye Folkins, Signe Kuhl, Mary Lou Purdy, Sandra Selover, Vicki Steinberg, Joyce Van Reenen, Margie Wagner, and Sarah Walker. Susan Krebs was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. Officers included Signe Kuhl, president; Faye Folkins, vice president; Joyce Van Reenen, recording secretary; and Marion Larson, treasurer. -IRATERES UCLA 1924 13 Chapters Lambda Chapter 1938 55 Members P Gibbons, Carole Gimmestad, Molly Greene, Carole Ide, Carolyn Keene, Alice Kienow, Margie Kirk, Peggy Knight, Kathy Krebs, Susan Kuhl, Signe Kummer, Barbara Larsen, Marion Lekander, Mary Maul, Shirley Melia, Norma Meyer, Lois Mouer, Julie Nester, Cynthia Orona, Margot Patrich, Jane Pwidy, Mary Patrich, Jane Roda, Roxy Romanoski, Fran Silover, Sandra Shannon, Jayne Steinberg, Vicki Stigers, Nina Stitzer, Linda Thielen, Mary Treadwell, Jane Voorheas, Jean Wagner, Margaret Ann Walker, Sarah Warren, Wanda Weeks, Nancy Ann Weiss, Jackie Williams, Anne Williams, Carol Wolfe, Lujuana Wood, Eileen Bailey, Louella Balazs, Ann Buckwalter, Jean Carpenter, Emily Chase, Elizabeth Clare, Beth Collins, Caryl] Collins, Judy Derby, Roberta Ewald, Barbara Ewing, Judy Finney, Mary Floyd, Carol Folkins, Faye 306 SIGMA DELTA TAU Cornell University 1925 36 Chapters 1322 East First Street Alpha Pi Chapter 1958 25 Members " 1 thought you were taking me OUT to dinner. " Goldman, Marilyn Goldstein, Susan Gorlin, Bev Green, Judy Grossman, Louise Isenberg, Sandra Kaplin, Saranne Krantz, Jeneene Kushen, Barbara Kurant, Margie Rantz, Jane Rochli n, Athalia Ruskin, Marilu Segel, Marilyn Seiko, Marcia Siegel, Nancy Sigma Delta Tau officers for the 1960-61 school year were Jane Rantz, president; Judy Green, vice president; Judy Band, corresponding secretary; Jeneene Krantz, recording secretary; Athalia Rochlin, rush chairman; Marilyn Goldman, scholarship; Marilu Ruskin and Athalia Rochlin, Junior and Senior delegates to Panhellenic; Barbara Kushen, treasurer; and Marilyn Goldman, house manager. The SDT ' s purchased the Tau Delt folksingers at the Com- munity Chest auction. Other activities included: a pledge-active swim party, beatnik party, winter formal, and fund-raising shoe- shine by the pledges. The Hillel representative and treasurer were Athalia Rochlin and Barbara Kushen, respectively. Sigma Delta Tau has been holder of the Hillel Participation Cup for the past two years. Athalia Rochlin was named Tau Delta Phi Snow Queen, and Marilyn Goldman was chosen as a Republican delegate to the state convention. Adler, Evie Bachrach, Judith Band, Judith Bearman, Sandra Berman, Judy Freidman, Patty 307 Anderson, Beverly Barkley, Marsha Barnhill, Kathy Bearse, Cathy Bell, Jane Bennett, Karen Bennett, Sandy Bingaman, Rachel Bryant, Linda Burch, Betty Cantey, Carol Carruth, Susan Click, Sally Cline, Sally Collins, Nancy Contzen, Sally Contzen, Susie Crockett, Beth Dailey, Lynne Davis, Joette Davis, Vicki Deddens, Mary Dishinger, Susan Edwards, Ann Edwards, Grace Englehard, Kakki Frailey, Carol Freeland, Nancy Frevert, Fancine Gilbert, Nancy Graves, Delladee Griffith, Roberta Haddock, Carolyn Hage, Ann Harris, Ann Hedlund, Linnea Hodges, Della Hudson, Phyllis Jenkinson, Sue Johnson, Janet Johnson, Judy Johnson, Karen Jonkey, Mary Kenan, Charlotte Kirchoff, Carolyn Koenigstein, Lin Kominek, Maribeth Kyle, Laurie Loeffelhoz, June Matson, Judy McClure, Sharon McCoy, Julia McCrackin, Judith McIntyre, Sharon Merz, Maydith Mickelson, Cinda Mills, Sue Nemic, Dorothy Nerrie, Linda Nishkin, Bonnie Norton, Sherry O ' Connell, Sandra Ordway, Sally Parish, Ardith Pearman, Jane Phelan, Marcia Reif, Betsy Roe, Jeanie Rose, Laura Rumple, Judy Scharing, Val Schonfelder,- Donna Shaw, Linda Shevlin, Mary Shoemake, Linda Shover, Michele Smith, Lynne Spaulding, Judy Stevens, Diane Stice, Nancy r n Aft dti46-i rts iiii.tdftiliftairdikk Ali 308 CHI OMEGA • University of Arkansas 1895 125 Chapters Zeta Beta Chapter 1922 103 Members 1145 No rth Mountain Avenue Leading the Chi Omega ' s through a suc- cessful year were Sharon McIntyre, presi- dent; Maydith Merz, vice president; Lynne Dailey, secretary; and Sally Cline, treasurer. Honorary members included: Pat Nar- done, Mortar Board Treasurer and Who ' s Who; Maydith Merz, Chimes; Nancy Stice and Cha Kenan, Spurs; Carolyn Haddock, Orchesis; Lynne Dailey, and Linnea Hed- lund, Delta Psi Kappa; Judy Spalding and Susan Carruth, Sigma Alpha Iota; and Judy Spalding, Tau Beta Sigma. Campus leaders included: Maydith Merz, Panhellenic Greek Week Chairman and AWS Philanthrophy Chairman; Phyllis Hudson, Desert Index Chairman; Jody Davis, AWS Social Chairman; Sally Cline, AWS Campus Activities Chairman; and Nancy Stice, CAV Chairman. Chi Omega ' s functions during the year in- cluded a Mom and Dad ' s Day luncheon, Christmas Formal, Spring Formal, and Senior Banquet. " I ' ll get a 1.0 this time or die trying. " Sturm, Mary Lou Taranton, Joni Terry, Brooke Thisselle, Nancy Tomek, Karin Tully, Pat Vander Wolk, Margot White, Pat Winter, Karen Wood, Mary Ita 1141 AA 309 Akey, Kathleen Aldrich, Helen Bellinger, Nancy Bleakley, Anne Bobbish, Juanita Bouschor, Barbara Brownfield, Diana Bryson, Nancy Buckingham, Nancy Burch, Anne Butler, Lynn Cappellietti, Sybil Clark, Sandra Colin, Anne Cooper, Suzanne Cox, Carol Craner, Phyllis Cumerford, Diane Curran, Patty Darrow, Ann Davis, Genie Dodge, Caroline Fuller, Barbara Gease, Carmen Gilbert, Kathy Gonzales, Beatriz Hanson, Angela Hayer, Kathleen Hirschy, Shelia Hokuf, Joan Hughes, Mary Ann Hughes, Sandy Johnson, Jennifer Johnson, Joy Johnson, Margaret Joseph, Jan Karnitz, Anita Knutson, Joan La Valle, Janet Lawrence, Suzanne Layton, Linda Leavett, Laura Leeper, Barbara Ley, Sharon Marshall, Cori Martin, Judy Mathias, Nancy McElhattan, Neva Mae McFarland, Lynn McKissick, Dorothy Mittendorf, Betty Morris, Sheralyn Peters, Martha Phillips, Barbara Randolph, Nancy Randolph, Suzy Robertson, Jorjanne Rupe, Diane Shafer, Marti Simmons, Jean Simpson, Margaret Smith, Lynda Smith, MaryAnn Stack, Ann Starmer, Suzanne Stevenson, Ann Sunkel, Diane Taylor, Susan Walter, Patricia Washburn, One 310 DELTA DELTA DELTA Boston University 1888 105 Chapters Phi Beta Chapter 1946 88 Members 1541 East Second Street The Pansy Ring Dessert and fashion show were again given for senior women on campus. Founders ' Day was observed by Tri-Delt with the traditional party, and favorite professors of house members were honored by an Apple Polishing Party. Other social events were the Mom and Dad ' s Day Dinner, a Christmas party exchange for underpriviledged chil- dren with the Sigma Phi Epsilons, Varsity Show, and the Christmas formal. A Homecoming float built with Alpha Tau Omega won the first place trophy in mixed division. Participation in Spring Sing, Junior-Senior Breakfast and a Spring Formal completed the calen- dar. Sorority members active on campus were Anita Karnitz, AWS Vice President and Who ' s Who; Ann Stevenson, SNEA President; Laurie Leavitt, SUAB Special Events Committee Chairman; Phyllis Craner, Military Ball Queen Attendant; Linda Smith, WRA Secretary-Treasurer; and Laurie Leavitt and Carol Bonham, Chimes. House officers were Suzanne Starmer, president; Lynn McFarland, vice president; Nancy Buckingham, recording secretary; and Ann Stevenson, correspond- ing secretary. " Hurry! It ' s a man! " Whitaker, Carolyn Wilcox, Patti Wilkinson, Linda Witt, Karen Wright, Sanya Wright, Sarah Yerger, Lucy BELT A GAMMA Lewis School 1873 89 Chapters Alpha Pi Chapter 1926 104 Members 1448 East First Street " And during finals, we . .. " Following their annual retreat in October, the Delta Gammas, together with the Kappa Sigs, started work on their Homecoming float, which won sweepstakes. At their Christmas formal, Bob Berquist was chosen " DG Man.- The house held a party for the blind children and a Benefit Bridge and Fashion Show was staged later in the year. The DG ' s and Kappa Sigs won the co-rec volleyball champion- ship. Active sorority members included: Nancy Rhodes and Connie Connelly, Spurs; Gwynne Barthels, Chimes Presi- dent, Panhellenic, and Spur Advisor of District 3; Chickie Andrews and Judy Clothier, Mortar Board and Who ' s Who; Judy Clothier, ASUA Secretary; Annalee Ferguson, Alpha Lambda Delta Vice President; Lynda Gray, Marilyn Rich- ards, Judy Fuller, Pom Pon girls; Marilyn Richards, Home- coming Queen Finalist; Judy Fuller, Junior Class Vice President; Lynda Gray and Gwynne Barthels, Angel Flight; Lynda Gray, Gretchen Dickey, Kitty Kelley, Linda Long, Annalee Ferguson, Mermaids; Nancy Coyle, Greek Week Olympics Chairman; and Nancy Brown, AWS Standards Board Chairman. House officers included: Chickie Andrews, president; Judy Clothier and Sue Pierce, vice presidents; Brenda Bow- ker, recording secretary; and Nancy Coyle, treasurer. Andrews, Mattie Lou Anderson, Sally Askins, Barbara Bakken, Jan Barthels, Gwynne Beatty, Paula Hawker, Brenda Brightman, Connie Briscol, Nancy Bonnett, Haven Brown, Gail Brown, Nancy Burkman; Betsy Card, Valerie Christenson, Cathy Clothier, Judy Coady, Diana Cochella, Carol Collor, Robin Connelly, Connie Coyle, Nancy Davies, Judith Dack, Jacquelyn DeMaeyer, Marty Dickey, Gretchen Dobric, Kathy Duffey, Nancy Duwe, Marilyn Ferguson, Analee Flickinger, Jane Fuller, Joan Fuller, Judy Gantt, Penny Gillis, Pat Gray, Lynda Griswold, Marge Gulbranson, Bari Haas, Linda Harmer, Diane Houghton, Kathy Jameson, Mary Johnson, Linda Kaufman, Judy Kelly, Kitty Leavenworth, Ally Lewis, Kathryn Loebe, Jill Long, Linda MacDonald, Marcia Manning, Barbara Manning, Marjorie Maresh, Fancy Marshall, Jan McCafferty, Lynne McCrary, Carol McDaniel, Amy McKeever, Maureen McMillan, Micki Miller, J oey Mills, Jane Mohr, Carol Murphy, Myers, Rosemary Myers, Sally Nelson, Sue Nickel, Sally Pagano, Maria Patterson, Jan Pearce, Charlene Pearse, Wendy Peltzer, Judith Pierce, Mary Sue Pierce, Sally Reist, Terry Rewick, Lee Ann Richards, Marilyn Rucienski, Mary Anne Sanna, Kathy Schmideing, Julie Slack, Sue Svob, Barbara Trout, Joy Veitch, Margie Vickers, Marilyn Vivas-Robello, Olympia Wallace, Judy Wiggs, Monie Wilder, Judie Williams, Marge GAMMA PHI BETA Syracuse University 1874 70 Chapters Alpha Epsilon Chapter 1922 106 Members 1525 East First Street Anderson, Jean Archer, Frances Bailey, Wanda Barber. Bette Jo Buie, Sally Barrett, Janet The Gamma Phi ' s began this year with Sharon Turk winning the election for Sophomore Class Vice President and Judy Reedy winning Senior Class Secretary. Bill Downey was announced " Gamma Phi Man " at the Christmas formal. A Christmas party for underprivileged children and Little Sisters ' Brunch rounded out the social calendar. In campus activities were Carolyn Gibbs, Art Editor of the Desert; Dee Ann Gray, SUAB Bulletins and Records Chairman; Anne DiCicco, ASUA Artists Series Chairman; and Gage Dennett, AWS Chairman of Freshman Orientation Week. Elected to Spurs were Sharon Turk, Gage Dennett, Dee Ann Gray, Ruth Ann Morse, Tam Nelson, Janet Seidenberg, and Sally Barrie. Sonja Frampton was treasurer of Chimes and Anne DiCicco was secretary of Mortar Board. Heading Gamma Phi activities were Keiki Payne, presi- dent; Madelyn Hickman, and Judy Davis, vice presidents; Donna Hart, recording secretary; Gage Dennett, treasurer; and Lynne Walcha, corresponding secretary. A picture is worth a thousand words. Beach, Joanne Beckley, Nancy Bell, Shauna Black, Joanne Boles, Sharon Bradley, Carolyn Bulger, Peggi Chandler, Jane Clark, Carol Cole, Corfman, Judy Cowen, Judy Cummings, Mary Lou Dardenne, Mike Davis, Deming, Penny Dennett, Gage Di Cicco, Anne Dickey, Betty Joan Eggleston, Susan Edblad, Joan Ferguson, Judy Fletcher, Kathy Folk, Bobbi• Frampton, Sanya Gagnan, Gretchen Gates, Karen Gibbs, Carolyn Givens, Diane Gordon, Gayle Gray, Dee Ann Gurley, Karen Havelaar, Judith Hayes, Martha Hespen, Julienne Hickman, Carol Hickman, Madelyn Hicks, Cynthia Hill, Alene Howsmon, Alice Hugles, Marsha Kegaries, Sally Keller, Janice Klamm, Susan Knox, Barbara Kraftmeyer, Carol Major, Gwendolyn Mangum, Joyce Metcalf, Connie Middleton, Connie Morse, Ruth Ann Murray, Virginia Naughton, Jerre Naujoks, Gracia Nelson, Tam Noyes, Nancy Pasqualetti, Vickie Payne, Katharine Payne, Lisa Pease, Sharon Ralston, Sara Rambo, Caryl Reedy, Judith Riley, Mimi Riordan, Helen Ryals, Margane Sharp, Jean Siracusa, Nikki Stabler, Joan Stephenson, Barbara Tarnutzer, Mary Topolinski, Patricia Townsend, Gay Townsend, Pamela Turk, Sharon Walker, Kit Weaver, Charlene Welch, Paula 315 KAP 3A ALPHA THE7A Depauw University 1870 87 Chapters 1050 No rth Mountain Avenue Beta Delta Chapter 1917 101 Members Kappa Alpha Theta began the year by attaining first place in Women ' s Beauty with their Homecoming float. The house won the WRA volleyball tournament and ranked first in scholarship for the 1960 Spring semester. The Thetas held a Christmas party for underprivileged children with the Kappa Sigmas. This party was made possible by the many members who were practice teaching. The annual Christmas formal was held at the Pioneer Hotel, where Dave Bodell and Dick Humphreys were crowned " Theta Men. " House honors went to: Joan Johnson, Military Ball Queen; Sue Pooler, Junior Councilwoman; Margie Barrie, AWS President; Mary Helen Richard- son, Diane Mensch, Patti Allebrand, Spurs; Sue Pooler and Joan Johnson, Chimes; Margie Barrie and Marianne Gilbert, Mortar Board; Lorna Ross, Raima Roper, Anne Jorgensen, and C arol Jo Bledsoe, Porn Pon girls, with Marcia Marshall as Head Porn Pon girl. In addition, Margie Barrie, Marianne Gilbert, Marcia Marshall, and La Donna Anderson were elected to Who ' s Who. Sweethearts included: Anne Jorgensen (Beta Theta Pi), Sarah Sand (Kappa Sigma), and Pat Graham (Alpha Sigma Phi). Mary Glenn Trachta was named Tucson ' s Rodeo Queen. Kappa Alpha Theta ' s house officers for the first semester included: La Donna Anderson, president; Margie Barrie, first vice president; and Marcia Marshall, second vice president. Joan Johnson served as president second semester. " Coffee, tea, or milk? " Allebrand, Patti Anderson, La Donna Barrie, Marjorie Bean, Wendy Behrns, Charlene Bixler, Linda Bledsoe, Carol Bringhurst, Lynne Browne, Danna Burgher, Pat 316 Callison. Suzie Catlin, Edith Catlin, Petite Christy, Highty Christy, Hollie Clevenger, Sally Combs, Cynthis Dryden, Penny Duntlay, Gerry Dutcher, Pam Edwards, Mary Edwards, Susan Edwards, Virginia Fakes, Jane Fitzgerald, Lynn Fuller, Patricia Gee, Gloria Gideon, Katherine Gilbert, Marianne Gosch, Nancy Graham, Pat Greek, Becky Gulliksen, Diane Gunderson, Gail Hale, Dee Harris. .1 udith Haskell, Phyllis Hawke, Mary Heineman, Jan Hendry, Jill Hoak, Linda Holt, Linda Hunt, Sally Hurt, Judy Isaacson, Jean Johnson, Joan Jorgenson, Anne Keyes, Lynn Knapp, Ellyn Kooistra, Karen Kuber, Jackie Lawrence, Sally Lowery, Ellen Lutz, Pat Marshall, Marcia Mason, Susan McDonald, Nancy Melczer, Linda Mensch, Diane Miller. Janice Neat, Laura Palm, Margaret Pardee, Mary Porkuhn, Sherilyn Pooler, Sue Raney, Jane Richardson, Mary Riggs, Gail Robinson, Susan Roper, Raima Ross, Lorna Sand, Sarah Schnur, Sally Schneider, Joan ScholTman, Mary Scofield, DeeAnn Severson, Janie Short, Kay Sloane, Margaret Smith, Ellen Snoddy, Lynn Sorenson, Karen Spottswood, Julie Stahlberg, Jana Taylor, Jackie Trachta, Mary Turner, Joan Wolf, Andria Wolf, Perry Younger, Diane 317 Abbott, Deanne Ackley, Patty di Alter, Anita Antrarn, Merrillee Austin, Diane " You say you had a class in TV repair? " Many members brought honors to Kappa Kappa Gamma this year. Edith Sayre served as Mortar Board President and Gayle Gordon, Mortar Board Scholarship Chairman. Vice President of Chimes was Diana Burk. Nine Kappas belonged to Spurs: Carolyn Pierce, president; Judy Loper, Secretary; Patsy Ackley, Debbie Bacon, Jo Ann Branham, Irene Carillo, Llew Howard, Gaile Kenyon and Kathy Stratton. Outstanding Sophomore Woman was Carolyn Pierce; and Edith Sayre, Gayle Gordon, and Sharon Rains were named to Who ' s Who. Kappas active in campus affairs included: Margaret Burton, Junior Class Secretary; Barbara Drinkwater, Junior Class Treasurer; Mary Sayre, Freshman Class Secretary; Sharon Rains, SUAB President, Llew Howard, SUAB Arts and Music Chairman; Diana Burk, Desert Campus Life Editor; Mary Lou Doolen, Homecoming Queen Attendant; Martha Klaiber, Porn Pon girl; and Gaile Kenyon, Varsity Cheerleader. Several social events of the year included the Pinmate Dinner, and the annual Christmas and Spring Formals. During the Christmas season, the Kappas caroled at hospitals with the SAE ' s and gave a party fbr underprivileged children. House officers were Nancy Babel, president; Sally Lohman, vice president; Diana Rogers, secretary; and Margie Witz, treasurer. 318 I Beggs, Donnie Bell, Leslie Booth, Barbara Booth, Beverly Bowman, Penny Brown, Marsha Kay Burggraaf, Neale Burk, Diana Burton, Margaret Carrillo, Irene Clover, Dee Conroy, Mary Conroy, Penny Coulter, Carol Currie, Susan Doolen, Mary Lou Dora, Judi Drinkwater, Barbara Early, Beth Engel, Barbara Erbe, Nancy Finley, Susan Fowler, Judith Marie Gommel, Carroll Gordon. Gale Harris, Marilyn Heathorn, Debris Howard, Llew Jackson, Barbara Jones, Sandra Jones, Sharon Keltner, Wanda Kinietz, Mary Klaiber, Martha Knowles, Janet Liberty, Linda Lohman, Sally Loper, Judy Mac Neill, Laura McCaig, Ruth McKenzie, Sue McKnight, Julie McMillian, Jamie Merchant, Mary Mesce, Tricia Monroe, Cynthia Nottke, Sue Owens, Sandy Parke, Penny Parsons, Ann Peirce, Carolyn Renaud, Sara Rogers, Nancy Savite, Harriet Sayre, Edith Sayre, Mary Schmidt, Mary Shafer, Diane Sheldon, Sally Shortman, Claudia Smith, Ree Stark, Sally Steves, Kaki Stratton, Kathy Thompson, Barbara Weinzaphel, Anne Wilson, Jane Witz, Margaret Wood, Susan Woods, Kit PI BETA Monmouth College 1867 105 Chapters Arizona Alpha Chapter 1917 107 Members 1035 North Mountain Avenue " Dear Mom, I bought a new stuffed animal for my bed. " The new addition to the Pi Beta Phi house was completed this year providing additional room and a place for such functions as exchanges and parties. On the social calendar were the Pledge Open House, Barn Dance, and the Christmas and Spring formals. Members active on campus included: Kathy Hinkle, Senior Class Treasurer and Who ' s Who; Susan Palmer, Sophomore Class Treasurer; Marjorie Tench, Desert Organizations Editor; Robbie Collings, Desert Copy Editor; Lynn Vanerka, Elections Board; Carole Raymond, Chairman of the AWS Civic Activities Committee; Linda Cotterman, Sophomore Class Council; Judy Hodge, Cheerleader; and Joan Savage, Pom-Pon girl. Pi Phi Mermaids included: Jill Pennington, Joan Savage, Donna Gaylord, Joy Wolfe, Susan Smith, Heidi Ruston, and Holly Hildreth. Members of Campus Honoraries included: Jeanie Bowman, Phi Alpha Theta; Holly Hildreth, Pi Delta Phi; Linda Cotterman, Susan Palmer, Claire Terry, Marjorie Tench, and Carolyn Stell, Spurs; Rae Kenworthy, Gamma Alpha Chi; Janet Matts, Sigma Alpha Iota; Nancy Moore, Gail Whitney, and Ann Horlings; Phi Lambda Theta; Mary Ellen Willey, Kathy Hurley, Ruth Ann Lubbers, Carole Raymond, and Judy Hodge, Angel Flight. House officers were Rae Kenworthy, president; Holly Hildreth, vice president; Susan Ely, recording secretary; and Sally Schulz, treasurer. Alexander, Elizabeth Angle, Carol Bailey, Susan Barnard, Denice Bechtel, Ellen Biggam, Carolyn Black, Betty Blake, Glenna Blue, Susan Bonnyman, Alix Bowe, Barbara Bowman, Jeanie Brown, Barbara Buskirk, Lynne Butler, Pat Carey, Jane Cheairs, Sue Cohn, Patti 320 40wv-- , 105. Collings, Robbie Cooper, Carolyn Cotterman, Linda Crissey, Margie Cutler, Suzanne Dennis, Diane Doubet. Nan Drew, Barbara DuPlain, Jan Edie, Pat Ely, Susan Flanagan, Kathy Ganz, Georgi Gaylord. Donna Glover, Jan Greeley, Margaret Hays, Louise Helm, Justa Hildreth, Margaret Hill. Nina Hodge, Judy Hurley, Kathleen Hutchens, Julie Jewell, Nancy Jones, Judy Jones, Nancy Jones, Polly Karam, Elizabeth Keener. Avery Kennedy, Dorrie Kenworthy, Rae Kerr, Virginia Klumb, Kay Kohfeldt, Frances Kroll, Connie Lambert, Barbara Landram, Elizabeth Leenhouts, Judy Lewis, Sue Lubbers, Ruth Malone, Janet Mangum, Linda Matthews, Carrie Malts, Janet Meili, Marilyn Moller, Barbara Moore, Nancy Morris, Pam Murphy, Susan O ' Brien, Pat O ' Neil, Carolyn Owen, Nancy Palmer, Susan Pennington, Juliana Perkins, Penny Postillion, Janice Raymond, Carole Rupnik, Daille Ruston, Heidi Sanders, Dianne Savage, Joan Schulz, Sally Slay, Linda Smith, Susan Snoddy, Marilyn Stell, Carolyn Sullivan, Pat Tench, Margie Terry, Clare Troup, Sandy Vanerka, Lynne Vignolo, Lynne Washburn, Nancy Weiner, Gwen Whitney, Gail Willey, Mary Ellen Wilmer, Elizabeth Wolf, Ginger Wolf, Joyanne Woods, Rene 321 IFPC Interfraternity Pledge Council A counterpart of the IFC, the Interfra- ternity Pledge Council is designed to unite the efforts of fraternity pledges in various annual projects and activities. This year, the IFPC sponsored a pledge pajama race and a memo- rial fountain cleanup. The main project was the annual " Help Week, " nationally sponsored by " Help Keep America Beautiful. " By working on various outside chores in Tucson, UA pledges earned $1500, which was donated to the Square and Compass Children ' s Clinic. Pi Kappa Alpha ' s pledge class won the help week award for collecting the most money per pledge. At the IFPC formal, Buttons Harris, Kappa Kappa Gamma, was chosen IFPC Queen. This year ' s council was led by Pete Dunn, president; Kim Hayner, vice president; Ron Rayner, secretary; and Dave McCay, treasurer. Pete Dunn presents $1500 check to Mrs. Greaber of the Children ' s Clinic. Row 1: Dean Shutt, faculty advisor; Pete Dunn, president; Kim Hayner, vice-president; Geof John, IFC Advisor. Row 2: Mike Katz, Brad Stocher, Wally Armer, Dave McCay, Steve Forsyth, Jon Kyl, Ron Rayner, Pete Winterbole, Charles Sullivan. Row 3: Rod Southworth, Dennis Doody, John Kay, Dave Thomas, Buzz Beazely, Bill Shov, Jon Greenhow, Doug Pugh, Bill Bivens, Gary Whaite, Jon Delzell, Durrell Neilson, Alan Leiwant, John Field, Howard Stauffer. Row 4: Al Sutter, John Nicholas, Bob Bunting, Hub Booth, Lon Jacobson, Dave Hathaway, Ernie Boushas, Ed Dooley, Don Due, Brad Oyle, Charles Serbs, Al Daucona, Bill Novodor, Bill Holden, Roger Long, Harry Remien. 322 Row 1: Jim Musgrove, Sid Rosen, Ham McRae, Ron Briggs, William Estes, D. L. Shutt. Row 2: Louis Slonaker, Alex Ker- stitch, Clayton Lambeth, Tam LeFebure, Steve Lawrence, Franic Jordan, Richard A. Nickey, Hirsch Hondmaker, Mike O ' Harro, Dave Murray, Carl Osterman. Row 3: Robert Jay, Jerry Rudd, Dick Silverman, Jon Switzer, Ken Pocras, Gary Harwin, Mike Larriva, Jon Peek, Ken Goodman, Art Brimhall, Al Johnson, Paul Slosser, Harry Furney, Dennis Nordeen, Robert Hasseries, Adolfo Quezada. Row 4: John Brimmell, Rod McDougall, Geoffrey John, Forster Cayce, Richard Dow, Maynard McDole, R. S. Heller, Stan Glickman, Rocky Curtis, Kenneth Detweiler, Bob Wakeman, John Rohwer, Don Wyatt, Bob Snider, Nelson Greenlund, Bob Plummer, Phil Edland. IFC lnterfraternity Council Promoting fraternal fellowship and co-operation, the IFC of UA won the National Interfraternity Conference trophy for 1960. This rotating trophy is presented annually to the nation ' s IFC which best serves its fraternities, university student body and the community. A few of the numerous ways in which the UA Council performed these services included devising the Greek Week Program, aiding the IFPC, supporting the drive for a " Fraternity Row, " and sponsoring a Salvation Army Drive and Christmfs party for underprivileged children. In addition, the Council co-sponsored the annual Homecoming parade and intramurals and participated in the Old West Rodeo, High School Senior Day, Mom and Dad ' s Day, and Campus Chest Drive, a program to raise money for charity. The Council is sometimes assisted by the Alumni Inter- fraternity Council in solving problems connected with its activities. The IFC promoted UA fraternity expansion by inviting three fraternities to establish colonies here. These were Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Kappa Lambda, and Lambda Delta. Officers for the 1960-61 season were Hamilton McRae III, Phi Gamma Delta, president; Jim Musgrove, Sigma Chi, vice president; Ron Briggs, Acacia, secretary; and Bill Estes, Pi Kappa Alpha, treasurer. Dean Shutt and H am McRae look proudly at the trophy won this year by UA UFC for contributing most to the national program. 323 ACACIA University of Michigan 1904 46 Chapters Arizona Chapter 1950 30 Members 819 East Third Street Berneburg, Howard Buckwald, Robert Bunting, Chip Chambers, Melville Erbe, Frederick Hazen, Tom Jennings, Tom Kaster, Robert Larson, David Luellen, John Lumpkin, James Martin, Gary Payne, Gregg Pickett, Herschel At AA r , Acacia began its social calendar with the traditional pledge Beatnik Party. This was fol- lowed by such events as the Christmas farmal, lowed by such events as the Christmas formal, " Night On the Nile, " picnics, after-game parties, and exchanges, all rounding out the year ' s activi- ties. Acacians were also kept busy throughout the year participating in the University ' s intra- mural program. Members of Acacia ' s keglers won first prize in the UA howling leagues. Taking part in campus activities for the Acacians were Bob Kaster, IFC Judicial Com- mittee; and Paul Slosser, Greek Week Publicity Chairman, and IFC Christmas party chairman. Fraternity officers this year were Paul Slos- ser, president; Fred Erbe, vice president; Gary Martin, secretary; Jim Lumpkin, treasurer; with Bob Kaster and Mel Chambers assisting as social chairman and rush chairman, respectively. He ' s pretty smart, but he can ' t write messages. ttia AAA Pittock, Hugh Riley, William Ruth, Walt Sanders, George Southworth, Ron Slosser, Paul Strebe, Kit Thomes, David 324 ' It LAMBDA DELTA Although just recently established at UA, Lambda Delta had a full social schedule this year. They set up an annual Culture Night and had a mountain party at Mount Lem- mon, Christmas formal, Spring Carnival and Western Dance. Besides these events, they had a Propres- sive Mexican Party, swimming party, Ship- wreck Party, and housecleaning exchange with the girls ' chapter of LDS. On campus activities were Kenneth R. Goodman, Student Religion Council; Kim Hayner, IFPC Vice President; Louis Phelps, Bob Stringham, Dave Varga, Kismet. Honors included Jerry Varrow and Rulon McRae, Alpha Tau Alpha; Richard 0. Curtis, Frosh Council and Alpha Phi Omega. House officers were Arthur Brimhall, presi- dent; Nick Riggs, vice president, Bruce Heap, secretary; and Dave Varga, treasurer. University of Utah 1936 23 Chapters Gamma Chapter 1960 48 Members 1 308 East Speedway Anderson, Norman Barney, Glenn Barrow, Jerry Barrow, Mark Berryhill. Robert Bourne, Ken Brimhall, Arthur Brinkerhoff, Spencer Gardener. Marvin Cooper, Bob Cosper, William Curtis, Richard Crockett, Verdell Francon, Stanley Goodman, Kenneth Hayner, Kim Heap, Bruce Holliday, Randy Kuhn, Fred Langford. Richard McRae, Rulon Nelson, Thomas Nielson, Durrell Peterson, Lloyd Phelps, Lewis Pratt, Carl Pryor, Jay Randell, Wayne Riggs, Nick Romney, Tony Sabin, Grant Schlosser, John Slade, Lester Smith, Kieta Stringer, Jim Stringham, Bob Taylor, Ron Tsuya, Stephen Udall, Steve Varga, Dave Young, Ervin Wimmer, Lamon Wooden, Jim 325 Alsever, Robert Benson, John Bess, John Boman, Brad Bouskos, Ernie Braddford, Mike Bray, David Brooks, Jim Bunting, Robert Carr, Mike Cook, Mike Crumbacker, Paul Cummings, Stewart Davis, Frank -a. ,+“ Exams are coining up. Winning first place mixed division with the Tri- Delts on their Homecoming float was one of the highlights of the year for ATO. Some of their other activities in- cluded: the Christmas formal, Pi Phi pledge exchange, annual Muu Muu Party, Beatnik Party, Pajama Party and many buffets. The ATO ' s entered Varsity Show with the DG ' s and Micki McMillan, a DG, was crowned ATO Sweetheart. Members of campus activities included: Ed Stocken- hoff, Dick Hamilton, Bob Taylor, Bill Wilder, Roy Stonecipher, Bob Reade, Darell Fisher, Al Hershey, Hugh Grinnel, Mike O ' Harro, secretary-treasurer, Barry Herlihy, president, Traditions Committee; Neil Huson, Dan Daniel, Bob Kerrick, Dick Hamilton, chairman, Rally Committee; Mike O ' Harro, IFC Intramural Chair- man, IFC Judicial Committee, and Marketing Cllub; Barry Herlihy, Dick Hamilton, Ed Stuckgnoff, Half-Time Committee; Pete Dunn, IFPC President; Bob Reade, Ex- ecutive Assistant, ASUA; Paul Ledwith, Wildcat Photo Editor; Joe Skaisger, Paul Moir, Phil McCown, Barney Safro, baseball; Dave Hall, swimming; and Neil Huson, tennis. Honors included: Bob Reade, Chain Gang; Bob Kerrick, Jack White, Sophos; Mike O ' Harro, AKSI, ADS, SAM; Scott McNutt, Phi Beta Kappa. House officers were Dave Murray, president; Roy Stonecipher, vice president; George Ceoffier, secretary; Bob Rouse, treasurer. tA De Mille, John Dill, Richard Dowd, Doug Dowd, Jim Dwick, John Dunn, Pete Eastlick, Harry Fisher, Darell Foster, Donald Gabriel, Richard Gordon, Tom Hall, David Hamilton, Alick Hastings, Lawrence 326 AID HA TAU OMEGA Virginia Military Institute 1865 119 Chapters Epsilon Beta Chapter 1930 120 Members 841 North Tyndall Avenue Hemo Herlihy, Barry Hershey, Alan Hudson, Neil Keiller, Alan Kellogg, Paul Kerrick, Robert Loeffler, George Mac Donald, Tee Malcomb, Bill McCowan, Phil McNutt, Scott Moir, Paul Moore, Michale Mulligan, Gerald Murray, David Muzzy, Jim Olsen, Tee Olsen, William Nablett, Bill Neil, Don Nelson, Jim O ' Hartio, Mike Pedersen, Harold Pyle, Darrel Reade, Bob Roaderick, Brent Romo, Ed Rouse, Rovert Schmidt, Carl Savage, Hal Smith, Charles Smith, Herb Sofro, Barney Stonecipher, Roy Stuckenhoff, Ed Weaver, Lonnie Webb, Larry Webster, Louis White, Jack Wilkinson, 0. J. Wright, Ken 4 e ILE ' al 327 ' ' 411■••■19M ALPHA S PHI Yale 1845 83 Chapters Gamma Iota Chapter 1955 20 Members 44 14; 645 East Third Street Alderson, Jay Alquist, Jon Anderson, Christopher Barnes, Lawrence Bayles, Arthur Field, John Morgan, Edward Marookin, Joe Sauter, William Taiz, Narel Wessman, Richard A feature of the social calendar of the Alpha Sigma Phi ' s was the traditional Black and White Formal held at the Wilmot Inn. At this Christmas celebration, Pat Graham, Kappa Alpha Theta, was crowned Gamma Iota ' s Talisman Rose Queen. The Alpha Sigs also par- ticipated in the migration to El Paso, Texas. The spring semester found the brothers taking part in the traditional Washington Birthday Hike and Spring Luau. Home football games were preceded by buffet dinners and followed by after-game dances. Brothers in campus activities included: Jay Alderson, Student Traffic Court Chief Justice, Who ' s Who; Bill Russell, Phi Delta Chi; Jon Alquist, Sports Publicity De- partment, Wildcat; and Ed Morgan, debate team. The house welcomed its first housemother, Mrs. Marie DeWeese. The brothers took part in a full schedule of intra- mural sports, capturing second place in rifle competi- tion the first semester. Officers for the year were Ed Morgan, president; Dick Wessman, vice president; Bill Russell, secretary; and Jon Alquist, treasurer. Cramming for the ROTC Final? 328 ALPHA GAMMA RHO Ohio State 1908 37 Chapters Alpha Gamma Chapter 1958 12 Members 445 East Fourth Street feZ7,, 1.1, LI Clausen, Marc Joy, Robert Klingenberg, Dan Lambeth, Clayton Mellor, Clinton O ' Connell, Richard Rayner, Ronald Rose, Herb Stauffer, Howard Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity held exchanges this year with Delta Delta Delta and Chi Omega sororities and participated in intramurals. Members holding house honors included: Dan Klin- genberg, 4-H Service Club President and Alpha Zeta; Charles Rush, Alpha Tau Alpha; Bob Joy, Alpha Zeta; Lou Burleson, Alpha Tau Alpha; and Clayton Lambeth, Alpha Zeta Representative to the Aggie Council, Alpha Tau Alpha. Active members on campus were Charles Weaver, Charles Rush and Lou Burleson, Aggie Council; Clayton Lambeth, Rodeo Club; Tony Mellor, Rodeo Club, Ski Club, 4-H Service lub, Alpha Gamma Rho Intramural Manager; and Lou Burleson, 4-H Service Club. The Alpha Gamma Rho ' s were led this year by Clay- ton Lambeth, president; Charles Weaver, vice president; Tony Mellor, secretary, Dan Klingenberg, treasurer; Charles Rush, house manager and reporter; and Bob Joy, pledge trainer. " If you don ' t give me a turn, I ' ll close the top! " 329 BETA THETA PT Miami of Ohio 1839 99 Chapters Delta Beta Chapter 1959 33 Members 1065 North Mountain Avenue Bastis, Francis Beck, Jon Brambach, Mike Brammer, Bill Brown, Carlton Cayce, Forster The Beta Theta Pi ' s began an active year on cam- pus with an exchange with the Chi Omega sorority. Other activities included: a pledge car wash with the Delta Gamma ' s, winter formal, and Alumni Dance held in Phoenix to raise funds for the fraternity ' s new house. Also, the brothers, along with the Pi Phi ' s, serenaded the Tucson Medical Center. Men holding campus honors were Miles Zeller, Blue Key; Pete Diener, IFC Vice-President until November; Thomas Glover, Alpha Zeta President; and Michael Dickson, Sophos. Members active in sports included: Tony Matz, foot- ball team captain; Miles Zeller, baseball team; and Forster Cayce, rifle team. House officers were Forster Cayce, president ; Miles Zeller, vice president; John Fonte, secretary; and Jon Beck, treasurer. " Hey Joe! Where ' s the funnies? " 16,frwmat „uk Mi 444,4, 4 - Cohen, Max Cooper, Forster Dickson, Michael Dunlap, Dan Fante, John Gilchrist, Glen Glover, Toni Kipperman, Bob Knox, George Lancaster, Leon Lee, Richard Logan, Grant Nicholson, Chuck Parnin, Ray Petrucciani, Robert Sedillo, Carlos Swan, Paul White, Derek White, Thomas Wulffson, John Zeller, Gus 330 DELTA TAU DELTA Bethany College 1858 89 Chapters Epsilon Epsilon Chapter 1959 40 Members 598 North Park Avenue Badger, Kent Burkhart, Bruce Carman, Victor Dull, Ray Dussair, Kent Housholder, Frank Fortes, Donald " All right, we ' re here, start digging! " Kinnison, William Kruse, Robert Levis, Mike Loop, Charles McCay, David Myers, Edward Neher, Fred Osterling, James Osterman, Carl Pedderson, Ronald Potter, John Potts, William Pugh, D. H. Rehfeldt, Phil Riggs, Ronald Russell, Rod Schmoll, Steve Thwaits, Gill Tilden, Palmer Wardrip, John Whittlesey, William Williams, Stephen Yocum, Sam Young, Richard On the social scene, the highlight of the first se- mester ' s activities was the annual Christmas formal held at the Holiday Inn. There, Tri-Delt Ona Washburn was selected as " Delt Sweetheart. " Other functions included an Initiate Dance, a Mom and Dad ' s Buffet; Gambling Party, Shipwreck Party, and annual Spring formal. In addition, the Delts recaptured the IFC Scholarship Cup. Delts in campus organizations were Bruce Burkhart, Beta Beta Beta Vice President; Chuck Loop, University Journalists President and Wildcat Circulation Manager; Jon Wardrip, Chain Gang and Wildcat Feature Editor; Dave McCay, IFPC Treasurer; Frank Housholder, Kappa Kappa Psi; Doug Pugh and George Grisaffe, Sil- ver Wing; and Phil Rehfeldt, Pi Mu Alpha. Officers were Jon Wardrip, president; Kent Dussair, vice president; Frank Housholder, recording secretary; Ed Myers, corresponding secretary, and John Potter, treasurer. Aiello, Jim Armstrong, Dick Baker, Roy Bays, Don Bergmann, John Bergthold, Gordan Brittain, Gary Brockbank, Leroy Brooks, Eddie Bryant, Paul Bustamonte, Fred Campbell, George Carter, Richard Cervantes, Doug Citron, Ken Clark, Sandy Clay, John Cleveland, Rod De Francesco, Horace Diamos, Clay Di Lorenzo, Fred Dowdy, James Firestone. John Gagnier, Ted Garcia, Rudy Garrett, James Garrett, Richard Glenn, Gary Gormley. Ralph Griffen, Frank Haid, Paul Hassey, Tom Herberger, Harold Hoffman, Larry Hood, Tom Hulick, Art Hunts, Barney Ismay, Bill Jeffries, John Joehnk, Mike Jordan, James Lindsay, William Long, William Mackay, William Mansour, John Martin, Jerry Metalsky, Jack Mocsy, Istvan Munsey, Doug Neal, Kelly Newcomb, Brent Nielsen, Ed Nielsen, Russell Oswald, Edward 332 DELTA CHI Cornell University 1890 46 Chapters Arizona Chapter 1925 113 Members Lay " riMe4t.yr..4. ,․) A C 1501 East First Street " Today we dug, tomorrow we pour! " In January, Delta Chi began construction of a new chap- ter house to be completed in August of this year. The new house will facilitate 60 in-house men. The highlight of Delta Chi ' s social season was the Christ- mas formal held at the Ramada Inn, where Mary Lou Campo was crowned " Delta Chi Sweetheart. " Other social events were the Arabian Nights, Aggie Stomp, and Barbarian Ball. Deltones Don Bays, Leroy Brockbank, and Art Hulick, Delta Chi ' s own recording combo, entertained at many cam- pus social functions. Chosen to honoraries were Bill Ismay, Blue Key and Who ' s Who; John Jeffries, Traditions and President of Chain Gang; Jerry Sonia, Chain Gang; and Rus Neilson, Sophos. Heading the Public Relations Tours Committee were Co- chairmen Jon Switzer and George Campbell. Elected to campus offices were Bill Ismay, ASUA Vice President; John Jeffries, Junior Class President; and Jerry Soma, Junior Councilman. Members of varsity squads were Vern Alexander, Bill Ismay, Howard Breining, Norm Audi, Casey Saloney, and Toni Yarger, football; Tom Celli and Gordon Bergthold, baseball; Jack Hudson, track; Pete Barizon and Jack Metal- ski, tennis; Bill Ismay, Gary Tucker, Jim Garrett, and Brent Newcomb, wrestling. The second-semester president was Dick Silverman. Other officers were Jon Switzer, vice president; Roy Baker, recording secretary; and Leroy Brockbank, corresponding secretary. Pesci, Joe Regan, Jim Renfro, Bob Ruderman, Jim Schulte, Vincent Schultz, Lee Silverman, Richard Snailurn, Raymond Soma, Jerry Somers, Douglas Swanson. Robert Switzer, Jon Troller, Ted Urias, Bill Wilcox, Tom Yager, Dick 333 DELTA PSILON Williams College 1834 85 Chapters Arizona Chapter 1959 50 Members 547 North Park Avenue Alcumbrac, Bob Baer, Otto Boatwright, Chip Clekeman, Pete Dernes, Fred Densmore, Phil Under the leadership of Doug Lapins, president; Tom Shock, vice president; Everett Johnson, treasurer; and Jim Patton, pledge trainer, Delta Upsilon partici- pated in many facets of fraternity life. The social calendar included such events as the " Winter Fantasy, " Christmas formal, and " Blue and Gold Ball. " The semester break was the time for their annual " Jungle Safari. " Aside from these events were various after-football-game parties and desert parties. Dave Smith set up a new program to help scholarship; anU under the direc- tion of Andy Norris and Gordon Elliott, the DU ' s participated in intramurals. Other active members were Dave Chambers, Society for the Advancement of Management; Gordon Elliott, Alpha Tau Alpha, James Harrigan Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi; Geoffrey John, Chain Gang, IFC Advisor to IFPC; and E. C. John- son, AIEE, IRE, Engineering Council President, Inter-Club Vice President, Theta Tau President, and Greek Week Exchanges Chairman. AAA Engle, Walter Ghio, John Greendening, Mike Guertner, Gary Harlow, Bill Harrigan, Jim Hellesten, Bill John, Jeff Johnson, Everett Kramer, John Kubeck, Ronnie Lapins, Doug Lennan, Pat Mack. Larry Moravetz, John Mulay, John Norris, Andy Park, Rich Parker, Bill Patton, Jim Pinnell, Steve Schoch, Tom Schoede, David Shore, George Smith, David Spuhler, Fred Stocker, Brad Strasburg, Tom Sullivan, Ron Swan, Joe White, Jack Wright, Heath 334 DELTA SIGMA PHI New York City College 1899 98 Chapters Beta Omega Chapter 1948 28 Members 541 North Park Avenue Binaski, John Bivens, Scott Browning, Ronald Dickerson, Thomas Goetz, John Hockings, Pete Johnson, Bill Delta Sigma Phi social life was highlighted this year by the Carnation Ball held at the Tanque Verde Guest Ranch where Sue Ann Meyer, Alpha Phi, was named " Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi. " In the spring, the fraternity entertained at their Sailors ' Ball and at a Sabino Canyon swimming party. Completing their slate of activities were after-game parties, a Pa- jama Party, Mom and Dad ' s Day Banquet, Alumns ' Banquet, and exchanges and dances at the house. Leading the brothers were Don Wyatt, president; Bill Paterson, vice president; Lowell Crow, treasurer; and John Rohwer, sergeant-at-arms. Active men on campus were Ned Ackerman, I.A.S., Silver Wing Honorary; Don Wyatt and John Rohwer, IFC. These fund-raising affairs are tedious. Monktnan, Jerry Patterson, William Payette, Dave Rohwer, John Wilson, James Wyatt, Dan 335 KAPPA SIGMA U niversity of Virginia 1869 131 Chapters Gamma Rho Chapter 1915 98 Members 1325 East Speedway Kappa Sigma started the ' 61 school year by winning sweepstakes with their Homecoming float in mixed di- vision with the Delta Gammas. They also held their tra- ditional Klondike Stomp, Bowery Dance, Spring Sing, Spring Luau, and annual Christmas formal where Theta, Sarah Sands was crowned " Stardust Queen. " The Kappa Sigs also participated in intramurals winning the basket- ball trophy for the third consecutive year. Brent Lewis broke the school record for the 100-yard butterfly in swimming. Active in campus honoraries and organizations were Denny Nelson, Bobcats President, Who ' s Who, ASME, ASTM; Mike Cagalj, Senior Class Vice President, Delta Sigma Pi; Dan Luglan, Freshman Class Vice President; Jim Johnson, Delta Sigma Pi President; Roger Frauen- felder, ASCE Secretary; Steve Lawrence, Yell Leader; Dave Burnham, Delta Sigma Pi; Ron McAlpine, ASCE; and Chuck Lytle, Sigma Delta Psi. Kappa Sigs participating in varsity sports were Ken Hunt, Sam Atcliff, baseball; Bill Fannin, Bernie Over- land, varsity golf; Sam Ratcliff, Mac Magruder, Fred Workman, Wally Collins, Dick Yuskas, football; and Ray Hiscok, Karl Johnstone, Don Crampton, varsity track. Officers were Mike Cagalj, president, Frank Sailer, vice president; Bill Lundberg, secretary; and Jim Gard- ner, treasurer. Strange things grow on trees. Alessio, Bud Antcliffe, Samuel Baker, John Bagshaw, Al Beaver, William Berry, Scott Bows, Jack Briscoe, Jim Buckley, Edward Cagalj, Mike 336 Carter Russell Collins, Wallace Colwell, Coons, John Crampton, Don Deming. Nui Drake, Peter Duran, John Elies, John Etner, Stewart Fannin, Bill Fickas, Don Fancisco, Dave Frauenfelder, Roger Gardner, Jim Gimple, H. W. Hahn, Robert Hall, Peter Hawes, Ernest Hayden, John Heideman, Richard Helsten, David Hiscok, Ray Hooker, George Hunt, Kenneth Inderlied, Donald Ingwalson, Jim Jefferies, Jim Kramer, Norman Lamb, Mike Lawrence, Steve Lewis, Brent Luglan, Dan Lundberg, William Lytle, Chuck Magruder, Marion McAlpin, Ron McGrath, Donald Mentze, Dale Murphy, Stephen Nelson, Dennis Olton, Gary Overend, Robert Overland, Bernie Pendleton, Nat Read, Ted Richards, Walt Ridgway, Terry Robbs, Robin Rogers, Mike Salter, Frank Sheffield, Robert Sheldon, Bill Sivertsen, Marlow Smith, Torn Speer, Jim Staples, Doug Strother, Richard Sullivan, Charles Syren, Jim Uhl, Louis Walker, Bill White, Stephen Wortman, Fred 337 LAMBDA CHI ALPI- A Boston University 1909 152 Chapters Zeta Beta Chapter 1947 70 Members 1645 East Speedway On the Lambda Chi Alpha social calendar were the Crescent Formal where Miss Susie Fuller, Kappa Alpha Theta, was crowned " Crescent Queen; " Western Party; Roman Spectacle; Aloha; Fishing Party; Spring Formal; swimming parties; and numerous exchanges and after-game parties. Active in community service, Lambda Chi ' s ran- somed all sorority housemothers and gave the money to the Community Service Drive. In the Christmas Kettle Drive, they won the Salvation Army first place award. In campus honoraries and activities were Ted Bowen and Matt Slobin, Chain Gang; Al Quesada and Jerry Hunt, Sophos; Ted Bowen, Desert Business Manager; Matt Slobin, Associate Justice of the Traffic Court; Bob Christofk, Al Quesada, chairman, Greg Stubbs, Jerry Hunt, Public Relations Committee; Howard Stagg, Social Life Committee; Don Dice, Greek Week Committee; and Jerry Hunt, ASUA Publicity Committee. Leading the Lambda Chi ' s were Jerry Rudd, presi- dent; Howie Stagg, vice president; Larry Rodish, sec- retary; and Will David son, treasurer. Barris, Ronald Berry, Andy Bowen, Ted Brewster, Sam Brush, James Burr, Walter Cheney, William Christofk, Robert Clampitt, Stuart Davidson, William Dice, Don Diddy, Gerald Erskine, Blain Fletcher, James rin rg,f) 338 This year ' s pledges were a little hard to handle. Francisca, Estavillo Gruendyke, Richard Hillis, Durrell Householder, Andrew Hunt, Jerry LaBelle,Gerry Le Fevre, Tom McDonald, James McQueeney, David Miller, Michael Nicholls, Bill Quezada, Al Ramos, Michael Reif, Dick Roberts, John Rodish, Edward Rose, John Rudd, Jerry Schumann, Richard Shuttleworth, Kenneth Skifano. Tony Slobin, Matt Smith, David Stagg, Howard Stubbs, Greg Tidmore, James Tillson, John Undiano, John Wakenigg, Richard Webb, Donald Wehner, Dick Wekman, Pete White, Anthony Wight, Barrie Wilson, Gary Zillioux, Lou al 116 11111 11111 339 KAPPA ALPHA Washington and Lee University 1865 85 Chapters Gamma Epsilon Chapter 1949 25 Members 1245 East Speedway The Dixie Ball climaxed the Kappa Alpha ' s social year. It was preceeded by the Pajama Party, Toga Party held at their house, Christmas formal held at the Tucson Inn, and their annual Pig Roast held in the desert. Kappa Alpha was second scholastically among the fraternities second semester, and they won the scholarship improvement trophy. In honoraries were KA ' s Bob Bene, Tau Beta Pi; Wayne Dawson and James Cooper, Phi Eta Sigma; and Jim Souter, Kappa Psi. Wa yne Dawson holds a Baird Scholarship, and John Villar is President of the Silver Wing Pledge Class. House officers of KA were Maynard McDole, president; Lloyd Branin, vice president; Wayne Dawson, secretary; and James Cooper, treasurer. The South will rise again! Bene, Bob Branin, Loyd Camp, Stephen fit Cooper, James Dawson, Wayne Derby, Newton Hanson, John Jacobs, Lionel Johnson, Ken Kearney, Kenneth Lowe, Brad Martin, Sam McDole, Maynard Pitzer, David Powers, Joseph Short, Harry Thomas, John Wingate, Dennis Wray, Bob di 340 PI:If KAPPA. THETA Brown University 1889 55 Chapters Alpha Iota Chapter 1951 40 Members 1 177 East Lester Street A St. Valentine ' s Day Massacre, Hobo Hop, Western Daze Party, post-game parties and exchanges filled the Phi Kap social calendar this year. Miss Lucy Loevenhart reigned as house sweetheart over the Christmas and Spring formals. Other activities included the annual exchange with Alpha Nu Chapter at Loyola University of Los Angeles. This was centered around a triathon of athletic games and parties which lasted a weekend. Men in honoraries included Bob Wakeman, Alpha Kappa Psi; Ted Glattke, Sophos; and Bob Krongaard, Forestry Club President. Leading the chapter were Frank Porter, president; Bob Wakeman, vice president; and Ted Glattke, secretary-treasurer. The spring term found Terry Webb as secretary, George Lentz, vice president; and Bob Wakeman, president. Bachand, Gerry Barthalomew, George Blais, Claude Bommer, Gene Castro, Robert Ceizyk, Dennis Ceizyk, Jim Coskey, Mike Doody, Dennis Draper, Doug Gallagher, Paul Glattke, Theodore Gonzales, Frank Haider, Frank Hatheway, David Haynes, John Jones, Robert Krongaard, Robert Lentz, George Lewandowski, Paul Medina, Roy Mooney, James Moore, Ralph Peyton, Kenneth Polston, Bob Porter, Frank Rio, Ralph Rivero, Jim Sale, Charles Senak, Peter Robert Wakeman, Robert Webb, Terry Wilhelmi, Orran 341 PHI DELTA THETA Miami University 1848 120 Chapters Arizona Alpha Chapter 1922 90 Members 638 East Third Street The Phi Delts had an active fall semester, They held a Christmas formal at the Arizona Inn; Prohibi- tion Party; and a Stalag 17 Party. In intramurals they won the football league, ranked second in track and first in billards. During the spring semester they held a Pajama Party and an Outrigger Party. Men in honoraries included: Mike Goldwater, Chain Gang; Walt Min ce, Blue Key; Richard Dow, Sam Green, and Bill Albinson, Traditions Committee; and Doug Clark and Larry Stewart, Sophos. Phi Delt varsity sportsmen were Don Wild, Walt Mince, and Joe Hernandez, football; Tim Pennington, Walt Mince and John Mallery, track; and Tim Sexson, golf. Tim was second among amateurs in the Tucson Open Golf Tournament this year. Leading the brothers through the first semester were Mike Murphy, president, Richard Dow, vice president; Lou Webb, secretary; and Wayne Landon, treasurer. Second semester officers were Richard Dow, presi- dent; Dave League, vice president; Jim Bohant, secre- tary; and Tim Pennington, treasurer. " After careful consideration, we ' ve come to the conclusion ... " Albinson, William Audi, Dick Bayless, Bob Beasley, Buz Bishop, Wallace Bohart, James Broms, Peter Brown, James Bruce, Cicardi Bulgar, Bob Buran, Dennis Clark, Doug Cochran, Mike Collette, William Collins, Robert Grant, Conroy 342 a (in `At At 4; r MEW 111•ArallAIII t Coor, Bud Cox, B. T. Crowell, David De La Fuene Mario Di Giorgio, Michael Dohmen, Lotar Dole, Charles Dow, Richard Downer, Randy Duffy, Michael Evans, Loron Evans, Dan Fellows, Roger Finster, Charles Flemming. Bob Franklin, John Frans, Dick Gallo, Tony Geiger, Jerry Glass, John Goldwater, Michael Haehl, John Haley, Jim Hawkinson, Dave Hilberg, Bill Hollenbeck, Rick Jean, Stewart Johns, Richard Johnson, Bruce Karam, Mike King, Dennis King, Michael King, Tom Landon, John Landon, Wayne Laurien, Robert League, David Mall ery, John Martin, Timothy McNeill, Richard Moore, Michael Morken, Robert Mosbacher, David Murphy, Mike O ' Sullivan, Torn Overton, Jerry Pennington, Tim Pilkington, Marshall Ragland, Henry Bill Roaderick, Brian Rosenfeld, Fred Rowe, Robert Schlueter, Spencer Sexson, Tim Sickler, James Skov, Bill Smith, Brent Stein, Herbert Stenson, Sam Stevens, Dave Stewart, Larry Stone, Don Tait, Thomas Tegeler, Tim Ward, Skip Webb, Louis Wikle, John Willo ughby, Gil Woll, Mike Woodward, Doug Worthington, William Fiji activities this year included the Mount Lemmon Steak Fry, the Christmas Formal at Rancho del Lago, Suppressed Desire Party, Purple Garter Dance, annual Fiji Islander, and a Christmas party for needy children. The Fijis donated old clothes to needy children, and sponsored a Greek boy through the " Save the Children Federation. " They won first place in the Campus Blood Drive and a first place trophy in the Homecoming Float Competition. Fijis active in campus activities included: Lou Crowder, Senior Councilman; Lloyd Wiborg, Senior Class President; Bon Richardson, Representative Council President; Jim Sakrison, SUAB Recreation Committee Chairman; Bob Lynch, Card Stunt Chairman, and Ham McRae, IFC President. Phi Gam athletes were Ken Holbrook, John Penner, Eddie Wilson, Bob Davis, Walt Knotts, and Eddie Polland, football; Monte Clare, basketball; Jim Sakrison and " T " Cook, track; Scott McCartney and George McLain, captain, swimming. In honoraries were Lou Crowder, Ed Muns, Bon Rich- ardson, Jim Hill, George McLain, and Terry Muse, Blue Key; Bob Lynch, Traditions; John Renner and Eddie Wil- son, Chain Gang; Boots Bergstrom, Bob Dicus, Russ Ewing, Jim Sakrison, Louis Sands, and Tobey Toorey, Sophos; and Tobey Toorey, Phi Eta Sigma. House officers were Lou Crowder, president; Terry Muse, treasurer; and Lloyd Wiborg, secretary. Allen, Rick Armer, Walter Bell, Tom Benzel, Donald Bergstrom, Charles Bulley, Brian Carr, Jim Carter, Grant Chapman, Wayne Christy, Ted Coil, Bob Creith, Chris Crowder, Lou Cutter, Butch Davis, Charles Diheon, Deno Ellis, Vernon Ewing, Ronald Finke, Tom Forgey, Buster Garret, Roger Graves, Bill Guerrero, Joel Hanley, Lee Heckler, Dave Hill, James Holbrook, Ken Holloway, Paul Howard, George Howard, Terry Jenks, MeII Johns, David Jones, Charles Kenan, Thomas Kruse, Al Landon, Hal Lynch, Bob Marietti, John McLain, George McRay III, Hamilton Moody, Brent Munk, Gary Muns, Edward Muse, Terrell Norris, James Olyphant, Chuck Parnell, David Payne, David Pierce, Mike 344 PHI GAMMA DELTA Washington and Jefferson 1848 87 Chapters Upsilon Alpha Chapter 1921 100 Members 1801 East First Street ...and this new low price economy model will save you ... " Renner, John Richard, Kenyon Richards, Walter Riggs, Ben Sakrison, James Schneider, Daniel Stewart, Mike Teed, Jere Teorey, Toby Tewksbury, William Thompson, Lee Townsdin, Charles Unruh, Douglas Welch, John Wheeler, Bill White, Albert Wiborg, Lloyd Wilson, Eddie 345 in KAPPA ALPHA University of Virginia 1868 117 Chapters 1041 North Park Avenue Gamma Delta Chapter 1924 40 Members Addonizio, Tony Beard, Bob Behall, Alan Blount, Gordon Buchanan, Charles Pi Kappa Alpha moved to a new house and doubled their membership this fall. The pledges won the Pledge Help Week trophy for the second consecutive year. Pi Kappa Alpha ' s active on campus committees included Doug Dunipace, Academic Committee Chairman; Pat Maitrejean, Special Events; and Bill Wortman, Artist Series Committee. In honoraries were Bill Suhonen, Sophos and Phi Mu Alpha; Doug Dunipace, Who ' s Who and Phi Eta Sigma; Bill Wortman and Steve Crawford, Kappa Kappa Psi; Bill Estes, Theta Tau; Boyd Carpenter, Eddie Peabody, and Turney Tuggle, Alpha Phi Omega; Bob Snider, Beta Beta Beta; Ron Mercer and Dave Warman, Delta Sigma Pi; Alan Behall, Arnold Air Society; Neel Schmitt and Jack Hibbs, Silver Wing; and Bob Hasseries, Student Religion Council President. The oustanding social events of the year were the Christmas and Dream Girl Formals, Barbary Coast Party, and Founder ' s Day Banquet. ' Officers were Ron Mercer, president; Boyd Carpenter, vice president; Bill Wortman, secretary; Bill Suhonen, trea- surer; and Jerry Smith, house manager. Carpenter, Boyd Caton, Gerald Crawford, Steve Cuppe, Don David Douglas, Walter Dunipace, Doug Dupre, Barry Estes, Bill Finnern, John Hansen, Jim Hasseries, Bob Hicky, Neil Dozer, Norm Hunter, Les Kay, John Kyl, Jan Knight, Ed Leddicoat. Albert Maitrejean, Pat Mercer, Ron Peabody, Eddie Schmitt, Neel Smith, Jerry Snider, Bob Suhonin, Bill Tuggle, Turney Vidal, Vance Walcott, Sage Walker, Glen Wortman, Bill Zech, John PI KAPPA PHI College of Charleston 1904 52 Chapters Beta Theta Chapter 1951 17 Members 631 East Second Street Anderson, Larry Barnes, William Dunbar, Allen Ebbert, Donald Gaines, John Ian Greenway, Tate Hill, Frank Hively, David Hupperth, Heinrich Hunter, George Highlighting this year ' s social calendar for the Pi Kappa Phi ' s were the Snowball held at Mt Lemmon Lodge; the annual Rose Ball; and an exchange Costume Party. Some of the fraternity ' s active members were John Gaines, University Players, National Collegiate Players Treasurer, and Arizona Speech and Drama Association; Dave Hively, Scabbard and Blade; and George Moffat, rifle team. Pi Kappa Phi officers were Dave Hively, president; Al Dunbar, treasurer; Bill Barnes, secretary; Tam Le- Febure, pledge trainer; Art Sandridge, historian; and John Gaines, chaplain. In this day of progressive education . . 111 attic-At LeFebure, Tam Lisherness, Harley Moffat, George Remien, Harry Sandridge, Arthur Smith, Jack Stuffier, Carl 347 PHI KAPPA PSI Jefferson College 1852 61 Chapters Arizona Alpha Chapter 1947 40 Members 545 East Third Street Phi Psi ' s highlighted their first semester social calen- dar with the Christmas Formal at the El Conquistador Hotel, the annual Pajamarino, a fake Debutante Party, and a hayride. Second semester ' s social activties con- sisted of the Spring formal, Maverick Party, and annual Streets of Paris Party. Participating in campus activities were Dick Nickey, IFC President and Bobcats; Dick Heller, IFC Traditions Committee Head; Fred Borcherdt and Emil Franzi, IFC; and Bill Holden, IFPC. House presidents for the year were Emil Franzi, Fred Borcherdt, and Al Johnson, vice president was Dick Heller; and secretaries were Lee Christensen and John McHann. " Hurray! He ' s here! " Anderson, Robert Borcherdt, Fred Christensen, Lee Crane, Van Cruise, Charles Davidson, Phil Duggan, O ' Donel Dun, Jack Fossati, Joseph Franzi, Emil Gilbert, Wally Heller, Richard Henry, James Hock, Donald Howey, Charles Johnson, Alfred Killen, John Ligon, Bill Mackey, David McHann, John Nelson, John Nickey, Dick Paquette, John Ramsdell, Peter Rose, Norman Segerstrom, Robert Seltzer, Bill Williams, Henry 348 SIGMA PHI EPSILSON Richmond College 1901 168 Chapters 1641 East First Street Beta Chapter 1954 64 Members Alebrandi, Tom Anderson, Ted Babiak, Tony Basye, Dick Benesch, Wayne Booth, Herb Carpenter, Don Chuppa, Paul Covey, Richard Curvelo, Richard Davison, Curt Detweiler, Ken Dewey, Ronald Edwards, John Sigma Phi Epsilon ' s social calendar this year included a Diamond Princess Formal, Queen of Hearts Formal, Cave Party, Clothes Exchange Party, and Beatnik Party. In addition, the Sig Eps and the Tri-Delts gave a Christmas party for underprivileged children. In honoraries were Ronald Dewey, Paul Chuppa, and Bill Switzer, Alpha Kappa Psi; and Daryl Smith, Kappa Psi. Active members were Al Quick, Torn Kirschheimer, and Paul Chuppa, chairman, Social Life Committee. Sportsmen were Craig Reitz, swimming; Roy Garrison, football; Roy Meng, tennis; and Bob Williams and Bill Williams, baseball. The brothers were led by Ken Detweiler, president; Dick Mapes, vice president; Bill Parke, secretary; and Paul Chuppa, comptroller. " Come on out pledges. You can ' t hide during Hell Week. " Fuller, Gary Garrison, Ray Graham, Don Grant, Robert Hardy, Thomas Kirsten, George Kramer, Larry Miles, Alan Paratino, Pete Parke. Bill Peacock, Fred Pisaro, Robert Pyle, Tom Rickson, Steve Rinker, Ron Schuff, Ted Shreve, Tom Smith, Daryl Snell, Bob Switzer, Bill Tinsley, C. 0. Von Aldenbruck, Dennis Webb, Robert Wilcox, Grant 349 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Unversity of Alabama 1856 141 Chapters Arizona Alpha Chapter 1917 123 Members 1509 East Second Street Annual parties of the Sig Alph ' s included: the Hawaiian Luau, Christmas formal at the Pioneer Ballroom, Pajama Party, Spring formal, 49 ' er Party and patio parties. The fraternity also participated in the Blood Drive and gave parties for orphans. Among SAE ' s campus leaders were Frank Jordan, IFC Rush Chairman; Bob Plummer, Wildcat Band Drum Major; Jay Stuckey, SUAB Committees President; Larry Betts, Associated Student Body President. In addition, the SAE ' s have won the Intramurals Championship for the past two years. Sig Alph ' s in honoraries included: Bob Clements, Jim Mason, Larry Betts, and Bob Plummer, Bobcats; Bill Mast, Blue Key; Jay Stuckey, Jim Sourant, Pat West, Walley Spencer, Matt Han- hila, and Stan Pugmire, president, Chain Gang; Art Colangelo, Len Copple, Craig Starkey, John Gaskin; Phil Edlund, Bill Heflin, and Mike Pitts, president, Sophos. In sports were Pat Brown, Tom Brown, Jim Dalzell, and Matt Hanhila, captain, track; John Vincent, George Mies, Alex Browne, Jerry Rose, Sherwin Scott, Bob Russell, baseball; Mike Rombold, Payne Palmer, Vern Nicholas, Bob Holzer, golf; and Ted Urness, Craig Starkey, Pat Brown, Dale West, Skip Town- send, Hall Feasel, Ken Cook, Francis Plinski, Steve -Kerr, foot- ball. Ted Urness was awarded the Governors Award for Player of the Year. House officers were Bob Plummer, president, Buel Wetmore, vice president; John Gaskin, secretary; Tony Baldwin, treasurer; and Brent Berge, pledge trainer. " Who needs food? " 350 Alexander, Ed Allen, John Baker, Laurence Baldwin, Tony Barthels, Dan Bartlett, Mike Beaver, John Beckman, Curt Berg, Dave Berge, Brent Berkenkamp, Charles Betts, Lan y Blom, John Bouton, Gary Bragg, Rodney Brown, Bob Brown, Torn Browne, Alexander Burgett, George Bussey, Ken Caniglia, Jerry Capriola, Michael Carroll, Mike Cassell, William Clements, Robert Colangelo, Arthur Cook, Ken Corbett, John Crittenden, Rennie Cummings, Howard Dahliquist, Eugene Dalzell, James Dalzell, Thomas Davidson, Johnny Davies, George Day, Alan Donnelly, Terry Eastin, Harold Edlund, Phil Eidsvold, Tom Erenfeld, Peter Feasel, Hall Fitchett, Dan Flickinger, Jim Gallagher, Dennis Gaskin, John Gilbert, Ed Gilbert, Hugh Goodridge, James Graham, Pete Grant, James Grantham, Bob Guzman, Richard Hale, Danny Hall, Charles Halstead, Greg Halvorson, Larry Hanhila, Matt Hanna, David Haralson, Terry Harris, Ed Harris, Kenneth Harris, Larry Heflin, William Holovachka, Demetri Hooper, Doug Evey, Bill Johnston, Wes J ones, Jim Jordan, Frank 351 Jury, Bill Kelly, Mike Kerr, Steve Keyes, Dave Kirkpatrick, Ralph Kosser, Tom Mason, Jim MacLeod, Murray Mast, Lawrence Mast, William McPhee, John McVay, Lewis Mies, George Mitchell, George Moore, Alberto Moorman, Jere Naylor, Robert Neumann, Peter Nicholas, Vernon Nielsen, John Olsen, Tom Palmer, Payne Patterson, Dan Plummer, Bob Pitts, Mike Pugmire, Stanley Raubenheimer, Pete Reece, Bob Rhoades, David Richmond, Dennis Rombold, Mike Ronstadt, Pete Rose, Gerry Russell, Robert Russell, Tom Sackett, Gary Salter, Pete Savage, James Scheig, Richard Scott, Sherwin Short, Rex Sourant, Jim Spencer, Wally Starkey, Craig Storm, John Stuckey, Jay Sullivan, Tim Ter ry, Thomas Townsend, Garold Tucker, Dick Ren, Chip Urness, Ted Vincent, John Webb, Lynn West, Dale West, Pat Wetmore, Charles Whaite, Gary Williams, Bill Williams, Robert i k ' t, N■ai. KAPPA ALPI A PSI Indiana University 1911 112 Chapters Delta Omicron Chapter 1955 25 Members " Say Hal, how come we can never all agree? " Alexander, Angris l3atists, Ron Hinnant, Gordon Lee, David Maddox, Leonard Preston, Lamond Sparks, Edward Sprout, Francis Warrior, Herman Whaley, George Whaley, Robert Williams, William Social events for active Kappa Alpha Psi this season included the Red and White Christmas Formal, New Year ' s Eve Party, Rush Smoker, Victory Ball following the ASU football game, Sweethearts Ball, Moonlight Picnic, Kappa Kalypso Carnival, and exchanges. George Whaley was in Sophos, and Ron Betesh was in Silver Wing. Kappa Alpha Psi ' s were active in sports. In football were Hal Tomlin, Miner Williams, and Joe Carrol. Track members were Francis Sprout, Harry Lucky, Angris Alexander, and Larry Dunn. Francis Sprout was Students for Equality Club President, and Pete Willa was student football coach. Officers of the house were Hal Tomlin, president; Bert Preston, vice president a nd secretary-treasurer; and Edward Sparks, sargeant-at-arms. " Hey, I thought poolings were illegal! " 353 SIGMA CHI Miami University 1855 149 Chapters Beta Phi Chapter 1921 120 Members 1510 East First Street Arnold, John Baird, Charles Benzick, Larry Buckner, Harry Bonner, Pat Corbet, Jim Dagley, Dale Among the social activities Sigma Chi participated in were the Oakie Stomp, Sweetheart Dance, Home- coming Dance, South Sea Islander, and Mount Lem- mon Party. This year the Beta Phi Chapter of Sigma Chi had its first Derby Day. Various games and stunts were performed by members of sororities for trophies. Sigma Chi was represented in the men ' s honora ries by Ed Eisele and Bill Barraclough, president, Blue Key; Jim Seal and Jim Corbet, Bobcats; Kirk Young, Russ Stevens and George Conover, Chain Gang; Bill Hall, Nel Lehman, Palmer Schumacher, Lance Long, Bob Mills, Jim Williams, Rick Fried, and Jeff Fergu- son, Sophos; Dave Stowe, Jim Corbet, Bill Barra- clough, and Hap Griffith, Traditions; and Jim Corbet, Bill Barraclough, and Jim Seal, Who ' s Who. Bill Bar- raclough was Yell King and Most Eligible Bachelor on Campus. Men holding offices in various campus activi- ties were Jay Jacobson, Freshman Class President; Bob Mills, Sophomore Class President; and Jim Mus- grove, 1FC Vice President. In sports were Jack Halland, Bob McCormick, Butch Johnson, and Dennis Underwood, football; Russ Stevens, Bill Mower, and Kirk Young, basket- ball; Lance Long, Bill Barraclough, Charlie Shoe- maker, Bill Welch, Bob Maxwell, and Craig Morrison, baseball; Rich Fried, Jeff Ellis, and Brad Ogle, ten- nis; Dick Dillon, golf; Dennis Harman, Joe Logan, Jim Corbet, Dan Skelton, and Lyle Payne, wrestling; and Pete Ventres, Torn Sawyer, and Torn Hubbard, swimming. Second semester ' s elected officers were Rod Mc- Dougall, president; Ed Eisele, vice president; George Conover, treasurer; and Steve Seiler, secretary. Decker, Paul Eisele, Lloyd Ellis, Jeff Farabee, Charles Fuller, Ted Griffith, Barrick Harman, Dennis Hofmann, Don Hoon, Howard Hauser, Pete Hubbard, Tom Humphrey, Charles Hunter; Chuck Hutchinson, Fred Jacobson, Jay Judd, Len :: " -•,, • ...; . VT No one is interested in " Big Four " meetings anymore. LePrevost, John Logan, Joe McDonald, Craig McDougall, Rod McNeil, Bill Messer, Ted Morrison, Craig Musgrove, Jim Nutzel, Fred Ogle, Brad O ' Neill, Brian Pacheco, Rudy Parrott, Bill Payne, Lisle Pokorny, Phil Powers, Mike Rees, Phil Roberts, Jim Roepke, Pete Roser, John Sawyer, Tom Schumacher, Butch Serler, Steve Serlis, Charles Shaw, Mike Simmons, Joel Skelton, Don Stevens, Russ Turner, Doug Underwood, Jon Vaughn, Dave Wayne, Ken Welch, Bill Wood, Bill Young, Kirk ;F rid I ail 355 SIGMA KU Virginia Military Institute 1869 129 Chapters Epsilon Alpha Chapter 1918 111 Members 1023 North Tyndall Avenue Abbott, Bob Armstrong, John Ashton, Hal Backus, Pete " I like to stand in lines. Why are you here? " The White Rose Formal held at the Ramada Inn was the big social event of the year for Sigma Nu. Mrs. Amanda Barr Weese, Pi Beta Phi, was chosen White Rose Queen. Other social events included the Beachcomber, Prohibition Party, and Pajama Party. Sigma Nu leaders on campus this year included: Al " Corky " Olsen, ASUA Junior Councilman; Mike Larriva, Traffic Court Justice; John S. Whatley, Traditions Committee Secretary- Treasurer; Bill Priebe, chairman of the committee selecting the Greek Week King and Queen; Buck Benson, Rallies Com- mittee and Public Relations Committee; Dave Hossler, Desert Sports Editor; Louis Kennedy, ASUA Publicity Committee; Rudy De La Garza, Greek Week Committee; and Bill Priebe, Special Events and Publicity Committee. Sigma Nu ' s in campus honoraries included Al Olsen and Mike Larriva, Chain Gang; David Hossler, Sophos; and Al Olsen, Mike Larriva, and John Whatley, Traditions Com- mittee. In varsity athletics were Bill Weese, basketball; Buck Ben- son, swimming; Jim Umbeck, baseball; and Steve McCoy, gym- nastics. Freshman team sportsmen were Norm Loften and Tim Gwynn, football; and Andy Anderson, baseball. Leading the fraternity were Gary Harwin, president; Dave Berglind, vice president; Bill Priebe, social chairman; and John Lundin, pledge trainer. Benson, Cremin Berglend, David Bernabei, Glenn Bivens, William Bowersmith, John Braden, Robert Bradley, Orrin 356 Campbell, Barrie Clark, Terence Conlisk, Lester Cress, Leighton De La Garza, Rudy Douglas, Robert Dunnigan, Richard Edelen, Owen Edwards, James Eighmy, Lee Foristall, John Gardner, Horace Garretson, Walter Gay, Dell Goode, Franklin Gordon, William Gorman, Allan Graves, Tom Gray, Charles Gwynn, Tim Harwin, Gary Hemminger, Lee Henry, Bob Hill, Ben Horton, Charles Hossler, Dave Howell, Gene Hughes, James Johnson, Dick Jorgenson, Jeffrey Kasten, Robert Kennedy, Jim Kirk, Graham Kotovic, Robert Kuhn, Rudolf Larriva, Mike Leighton, Bill Lundin, John Lynn, Whitney Martin, William McCoy, Steve McLister, Dan McNary, John Meissner, Wendell Merchant, John Neitzel, Donald Olsen, Corky Peters, John Pogson, Steve Priebe, Bill Richards, Gary Ridenour, Larry Sands, Edgar Schlecht, Russ Schmidt, Jerry Schmitt, George Seaman, Bryce Shaver, Larry Sherman, Michael Spangler, Rick Smith, Lee Stobes, Tom Taylor, Richard Tune, Hal Truxal, Jeff Umbeck, Jim Ward, Richard Whatley, John Woodburn, Sam Woolsey, Alvin 357 TA DELTA PHI City College of New York 1910 35 Chapters Tau Delta Chapter 1949 86 Members 1104 East Seventh Street ret Abrams, Al Baker, Paul Bassin, Stan Becker, Burton Belman, Fred Blurt, Casey Burns, David Don ' t you think these meetings are becoming just a little too informal? Burnstein, Gerald Callum, Jeff Chadetz, Gerald Chiate. Bart Cole, Harold Coleman, George Dancona, Alfred Deckter, Larry 358 Deutsch, Larry Dietz, Chuck Dubin, Dave Edberg, Barry Eldridge, Glen Feldheim, Rich Fish, Milton Gardenswartz, Art Goodfarb, Jay Goodman, Eddy Green, Hal Greenberg, Ray Greenstein, Harvey Handmaker, Hirsch Joseph, Dave Kay, Larry Kramer, Bob Krane, Herb Lederer, Jerry Lerner, Alan Levin, Larry Tau Delts completed another full year on campus in both sports and activities. In sports were Art Lazar and Art Gardenswartz, varsity track; Paul Ostroy and Bart Chiate, swimming; Barry Bernstein and Augie Acuna, varsity baseball; Al D ' Ancona, freshman wrestling; Al Epstein, varsity wrestling; and Art La- zar, varsity basketball. Brothers in campus activities included: Hirsch Handmaker, Who ' s Who and Greek Week Chairman; Rich Feldheim, Chain Gang Secretary-Treasurer, ASUA Public Relations Committee Co-Chairman; Larry Levin, Campus Chest Auction Chairman; Bill Novador, IFPC Publicity Committee Chairman; and Al D ' Ancona, Freshman Council and SUAB Public Relations Hosting Committee. Tau Delta Phi formal affairs included the annual Snow Ball Formal held at the Skyroom and the Spring Formal. Athalia Rochland was crowned " Tau Delt Snow Queen " at the winter affair. The highlights of the year were the Pledge-Active Party held at Old Tucson and Egyptian Masquerade Party. Second semester officers were Hirsch Handmaker, president; Steve Woloshin, vice president; Barry Ed- berg, secretary; and Casey Blitt, treasurer. Minker, Jeff Mordka, Maurice Morgan, Louis Novador, Bill Ostroy, Paul Pascal, Roy Pass, Mark Podolsky, Stan Robbins, Stu Rogers, Steve Rosenstein, Joel Rubinow, Jay Sadoff, Ron Sealene, Sid Singer, Jerry Stein, Joel Stern, Bobby Stone, Jeff Tinbanard, Jeff Waldman, Ken Wolfson, Louis 359 ZETA BETA TAL City College of New York 1898 52 Chapters Alpha Omicron Chapter 1926 78 Members 1539 East Speedway The highlight of the year for ZBT was the.ground- breaking for its new house to be completed late this summer on Vine and Drachman Streets. ZBT was the first fraternity to break ground on the new " Fraternity Row. " Social highlights for the year included the annual Winter Mist Formal, Pajama Party, and Pledge-Active Casino Night. The Heavenly Hues Spring Formal rounded out a full year of social activity. Active on campus were Gene Rowe, SUAB Vice President; Sandy Danziger, Academic Committee Chairman; John Klein, Religion in Life Week Com- mittee Chairman; Bill Gould, Chain Gang, and John Spear and Mickey Turken, cheerleaders. ZBT ' s participating in intramurals and various varsity sports were Al Sutter, baseball; Steve Chorna, swimming; Dave Lieberthal, golf; Marty Thall, track; and Dick Gottlieb, football. ZBT ' s were led by Stan Glickman, president; John Spear, vice president; Bill Gould, secretary; Tod Ze- lickson, treasurer; and Marc Goodhart, historian. " Hurry up with that broom. I can ' t hold this much longer. " 360 Bliwas, Ronald Chorna, Stephen Cohen, Melvin Davidson, Allen Epp, Paul Eron, Joseph Farber, Cliff Finerman, Jess Freiberg, Mickey Garfinkel, Larry Gilbert, Joe Gilbert, Joel Glickman, Stan Golden, Gary Goldman, Ron Goodhart, Marc Gordan. Bob Gould, William Harris, Richard Harris, Sheldon Hirsch, Joel Horn, David Horne, Mark Kasenetz, Jerry Kashman, Howard Katcher, Michael Klein, John Kolb, Melvin Lapin. Eddie Levi, Richard Lieberthal. David Lowy, Alan Lucoff, Bruce Mandell. Steve Marks, William Maslin, Harvey Mora, Jeff Mnookin, Barry Obedin, Melvyn Oberston. Joelee Pachter, Bill Posner, Michael Robbins, Larry Rosen, Sidney Rosenberg, Joe Rosenthal, Larry Rosenzweig, Burke Rowe, Gene Rutman, Robert Saken, Joel Schneider, Burton Schneider, Jim Seymour. Eugene Shluker, Steve Siegel, Gary Mark Siegman, Joseph Silverman, Ted Spear, John Spring, Ken Steers, Ronald Stern, Harry Sutter, Al Swartz, Clerk Taisch, Ron Thall, Marty Turkcn, Meyer Willet, Herbert Wohegetnuth, Dave Zelickson, Tod 361 Abbott, Dave Archuleta, Bill Arnold, Les Bailey, Brain Barton, Jon Beanchard, Jack Briedis, Samuel Brown, Bill Burner, Dale Carr, Mike Cochrane, David Coddington, Stewart Cooper, Ron Darling, Richard Degrazia, Jerry Eckman, Richard Ewing, Charles Falkenhagen, Jon Forsyth, Steve Franks, George Gonzales, Nazario Guseman, John Heidemann, Ray Isatt, John Hall, Larry Hansen, Robert Kesner, John McKale, Curtice Morris, Dan Padilla, Al " But fellas, milk is good for you. " 362 r " BETA CHI V-4‘ .74pt Norwich University 1856 126 Chapters Beta Iota Chapter 1941 45 Members 906 North First Avenue Peek, Jon Phillips, Donn Pomeroy, Ralph Pretzer, David Pringle, Jeb Pyzel, Mike Ray mond, Frank Robles, Frank Socially highlighting the fall semester for the Theta Chi ' s were such events as the Pledge-Active Barbecue, Haunted House Hop, and after-game parties. At the Red Carnation Ball Mary Jonkey, Chi Omega, was crowned Dream Girl of Theta Chi. Second semester social events included Sunday picnics, the Big Hat Party, Circle Bar X Western Stomp, and Theta Chi Fiesta. Sophos members were Mike Pretzer and Larry Hall. Hall was also a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Mu Epsilon. Another active member was Jon Peek, Chain Gang, Traditions, and Beta Beta Beta. Theta Chi lettermen were Fred Freemon, track; and Tito Gonzales, wrestling. Dave Stretmater, Gary Case, and Bill Archuleta were members of Rallies Committee. Archuleta was also an ASUA Cheerleader and Publicity Chairman for Religion in Life Week. Other active Theta Chi ' s included Fred Freemon, Kappa Psi; Stewart Coddington, SAM Treasurer; George Franks and Jan Falkenhagen, AIME; John Izatt, Steve For- sythe, Bill Archuleta, and Jim Scussel, Publicity Committee; and Jeff Holdren and Jon Peek, presi- dent, Aggie Council. Jon Peek was also the Repre- sentative Council Vice President. Officers for 1961 were Jon Peek, president; Mike Pretzer, vice president; Jon Barton, secretary; and John Kesner, treasurer. Scussel, Frank Scussel, Jim Semingson, Bruce Smith, Duane Stretmater, David Taylor, Wayne Torrington, Dan Verner, Jim TJ AA 363 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA University College in Berkeley 1914 20 Chapters Colony 1960 30 Members 621 North Park Avenue A dance in the deserted school house of the ghost town, Dos Cabezas, was one of the most memorable social events of Alpha Kappa Lambda. It was preceded by a hay ride and cook out. Equally memorable were the Magic Snow Ball Christmas Formal at the Santa Rita Hotel, Parents Day Buffet, Planning Retreat at the Flying B Guest Ranch, Mount Lemmon Party, after-game dances, and exchanges. Alpha Kappa Lambda will be eligible for its charter on October I, 1961, according to IFC rules. The group got its national start on the Pacific coast in 1914. Its standards adhere to Christian character, high scholarship, campus leadership, loyalty to Alpha Kappa Lambda, and the appre- ciation of self support. The pledge class, in accordance with these standards, visited children ' s hospitals and participated in Help Week. Officers are Harry Furney, president; Dennis Nordeen, vice president; and Howard Tschirhart, secretary. The target is sighted! Alexander, George Banta, Alford Barbee, Joe Batoon, Elnathan Beebe, Richard Billings, Richard Borg, Jeff Carroll, James Carroll, William Druliner, Doug Furney, Kleever, Neil Levy, Bernard McNeill, F. M. Nicholas, John Pomeroy, Charles Potter, Michael Rhoton, Robert Riggs, Richard Tschirhart, Howard Win. Kyaw 364 SIGMA ALPHA MU City College of New York 1909 50 Chapters Colony 1960 17 Members 1226 East Speedway Sigma Alpha Mu ' s social calendar this sea- son included their Spring formal and several house exchanges and socials. Although just established at the UA, the colony participated in intramurals and won the IFC scholarship award with an overall average of 2.493. Active on campus were Michael Katz, IFPC Semi-formal Chairman; George Jacob- son, IFC Judicial Board, Hillel, Religion in Life Committee; and Harold Ellison, a Uni- versity television station cameraman. David Nathanson was Silver Wing Treasurer. Sigma Alpha Mu officers were George Ja- cobson, prior; Kenneth Pocras, vice prior; David Nathanson, exchequer; Alan Malten- fort, assistant exchequer; and Michael Katz, recorder. " Patience boys, Huckleberry Hound will be on in two minutes. " Falkow, Ricky Jacobson, George Katz, Mike Maltenfort, Alan Pocras, Ken Sealove, Arnie Steinberg, Isaac 365 RICHARD CLAUSEN Athletic Director ARIZONA OFFICIALS CHARLES MAGNESS PHILIP McLAUGHLIN Ticket Manager Business Manager ROBERT SVOB FRANK SOLTYS JOSEPH L. PICARD Assistant Athletic Director Director of Sports Publicity Physical Education FACULTY ATHLETIC COMMITTEE: Robert Crowell, Dick Clausen, William Pistor, Robert Svob, Louis A. Meyers, and Thomas Hall. CHEERL DERS BILL BARRACLOUGH Yell King CHEERLEADERS: Gaile Kenyon, John Spear, Diane Vance, Judy Hodge, Steve Lawrence, and Steve Beecraft. In front, Bill Barraclough. OM-PON GIRLS MARCIA MARSHALL Head Porn Pon Girl ev, • -r ■ ' - -. , : •41.31.4 . , , ? 4 is 14,„, ___ 4 (I , :.114ttinim Thor ■ POM PON GIRLS: Row I: Anne Jorgenson, Marcia Marshall, Martha Klaiber, Marilyn Richards. Row 2: Judy Fuller, Carol Jo Bledsoe, Joan Savage, Raima Roper, Lorna Ross, Lynda Gray. TED URNESS GOVERNOR ' S AWARD FOMTAI 1960 Jim LaRue ' s second year as head football coach at the University of Arizona can be judged as a success. Even the most enthusiastic Wildcat fan could not have hoped for the 7-3 record which materialized as the Wildcats soundly de- feated their traditional rivals from Tempe, 35-7 to win their seventh game of the season. Coach LaRue ' s career is unique in that he played collegi- ate football for six years. His undergraduate ball was played at Carson-Newman College in Tennessee, 1942, and Duke, 1943-44. Following his military service he played three more years, 1947-49, at the University of Maryland. The late Jim Tatum, then coach at Maryland, called LaRue " one of the top individuals I ' ve ever been associated with. " 370 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Row 1: Fran Plinski, Bob Mc- Cormick, Minner Williams, Jack Halland, Tony Matz, Warren Livingston, Dick Johnson, Howard Breinig, Jerry Davitch, Bob- bie Lee Thompson. Row 2: Eddie Pollard, Bill Ismay, Bob Oden- welder, Dan Paluselli, John Carney, Ray Shackleford, Don Wild, Ted Urness, Norm Audi, Walt Stets, Jerry Mordret. Row. 3: As- sistant Coach Van Howe, Tom Gorry, Craig Starkey, Ken Hol- brook, Dale West, Joe Carroll, Jack Gillespie, Robert Garis, Har- old Feasel, Vern Alexander, Bill Saloney, George Paquette, John Goetz, Coach LaRue. Row 4: Assistant Coach Ed Cavanaugh, Pat Brown, John Renner, Dennis Underwood, Larry Williams, Carl Runk, Dave Long, Ken Cook, Eddie Wilson, Walt. Mince, Jim Faulks, Joe Hernandez, Student Assistant Phil Ramsey. Row 5: Assistant Coach Jake Rowen, Assistant Coach Ron Marciniak, Walt Knotts, Roy Garrison, Steve Kerr, Fred Workman, Brian Sturman, Skip Townsend, Bill Brechler, Trainer Ed Linta, As- sistant Coach Willie Peete. COACHING STAFF: Van Howe, Ed Cavanaugh, Ed Linta, Ron Marciniak, Jake Rowden, Roy Tatum, Phil Ramsey. In front, Jim LaRue, head coach. 371 Ariona — 3 Utah — 13 Tucson, Arizona, September 24, 1960. Before a record open- ing crowd of 24,600, Utah turned back Arizona ' s upset bid to de- feat the Wildcats 13-3. While gaining 139 yards through the air, Arizona ' s ground game was held to 87 yards. ARIZONA 3 0 0 0— 3 UTAH 7 0 6 0-13 SCORING: Arizona 3-0, Wilson 30 yard field goal. Utah 7-3, Overton (5 yard pass) Chestang kick. Utah 13-3, Lee (5 yard run) Chestang ' s kick, blocked. AfilL Gong pursuit. Utah ' s halfback Gordy Lee is stopped cold by a host of Wildcats. Ken Hol- brook (81) has his leg, Walt Knotts (52) is over his shoulder, and Minner Williams (22) and Carl Runk (76) are watching their prey. Arizona quarterback Jimmy Faulks (14) goes for eight yards in the first quarter. Arizona — 21 Wyoming — 19 Tucson, Arizona, October 1, 1960. Scoring two touchdowns, Ari- zona ' s Bobby Lee Thompson led the Wildcats to a thrilling upset over highly rated Wyoming. Over 20,000 wild fans watched Jim LaRue ' s great team begin their winning season with this close 21-19 victory. ARIZONA 0 0 8 13-21 WYOMING 7 0 6 6-19 SCORING: Wyoming 7-0, Bisacre (1 yard run) Dempsey kick. Arizona 8-7, Thompson (2 yard run) Wilson pass to Hernandez good. Wyoming 13-8, Hill (1 yard run) run failed. Wyoming 19-8, Behning (1 yard run) pass failed. Arizona 14-19, Thompson (28 yard pass from Wilson) Wilson ' s pass incomplete. Arizona 21-19, Williams (I yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona — 16 Colorado — 35 Boulder, Colorado, October 8, 1960. Arizona outscored Colorado 10-6 in the second half, but could not erase the 23 point deficit. ARIZONA 6 0 8 2 16 COLORADO 13 16 6 0 35 SCORING: Colorado 6-0, Coleman (42 yard run) Hillebrand ' s kick blocked. Colorado 13-0, Woods (30 yard run) Hillebrand kick. Arizona 13-6, Wilson (15 yard run) Wilson ' s pass incomplete. Colorado 21-6, Weiss (1 yard run) Woods run. Colorado 29-6, Hillebrand (49 yard pass from Weidner) Weidner pass good. Colorado 35-6, Fink (14 yard run) run failed. Arizona 35-14, Livingston (83 yard run) Shackelford ' s run. Arizona 35-16, Weidner tackled in the end zone. Minner gets away. A twist and away goes M inner Williams for 17 yards on a punt return. A stalled hurricane. Tulsa ' s halfback Bob McGoffin is nabbed by Bobby Lee Thompson (24) while a host of Wildcats arc hot in pursuit. Jackrabbit Joe Hernandez (35) is in foreground while other Wildcats in picture are John Renner (88), Captain Tony Matz (70), Larry Williams (87), Bill Ismay (78), and Hal Tomlin (75). Arizona Tulsa — 17 Tucson, Arizona, October 15, 1960. Arizona demonstrated its best offense to date, only to lose the game in the final moments of the last quar- ter. Highlighting the second quarter was Eddie Wilson ' s pass-run play to Bobbie Lee Thompson for a touch- down. ARIZONA 0 13 3 0-16 TULSA 7 0 7 3-17 SCORING: Tulsa 7-0, Kelly (6 yard run) West kick. Arizona 6-7, Hernandez (52 yard pass from Wilson) Wilson ' s pass in- complete. Arizona 13-7, Thompson (I yard run) Wilson kick. Tulsa 14-13, Bolling (1 yard run) West kick. Arizona 16-14, Wilson, 26 yard field goal. Tulsa 17-16, West, 19 yard field goal. 373 Start of 80-yard gallop. Bobby Lee Thompson (24) breaks through line against West Texas. Opening hole is Captain Tony Matz (70). Arizona — 21 West Texas State — 14 Tucson, Arizona, October 30, 1960. Before a crowd of 24,000, Bobbie Lee Thompson made a spectacular 80 yard run to boost the Wildcat ' s to a 21-14 win over a hard fighting West Texas State football team. A show of real depth and power on the part of the UA ' s foot- ball team brought victory to the fighting Wildcats. ARIZONA 0 0 7 14-21 WEST TEXAS STATE 0 7 7 0-14 SCORING: West Texas State 7-0, Densman (9 yard run) Williams kick. Arizona 7-7, Wilson (7 yard run) Wilson kick. West Texas State 14-7, Dawson (2 yard run) Williams kick. Arizona 14-14, Hernandez (20 yard pass from Wil- son) Wilson kick. Arizona 21-14, Thompson (80 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona — 26 New Mexico — 14 New Mexico, October 22, 1960. The magic passing arm of Eddie Wilson made the big difference in the game with seven completions, three for touchdowns, out of twelve attempts for 114 yards. ARIZONA 0 12 0 14-26 NEW MEXICO 7 7 0 0-14 SCORING: New Mexico 7-0, Cromartie (1 yard run) Beach kick. New Mexico 14-0, Morgan (8 yard run) Beach kick. Arizona 6-14, Hernandez (42 yard pass from Wilson) pass failed. Arizona 12-14, Hernandez (14 yard pass from Wil- son) pass failed. Arizona 20-14, Hernandez (24 yard pass from Wil- son) Williams pass from Wilson. Arizona 26-14, Gillespie (1 yard run) pass failed. Just like practice. Quarterback Eddie Wilson (12) hands off to Jackrabbit Joe Hernandez (35) in prac- tice. In game with New Mexico this pair accounted for three touchdowns as the Wildcats defeated the Lobos, 26-14, to start on a six game winning streak. Hernandez waits . . . but . Jackrabbit Joe Hernandez waits with arms outstretched in end zone but Idaho defense men knock down ball. The Wildcats won the game easily, 32-3. Up on the shoulders of his team mates " The General " Bobby Lee Thomp- son is all smiles as the Wildcats celebrate the hard won victory for the UA. Arizona — 32 Idaho — 3 Tucson, Arizona, November 6, 1960. Arizona ' s of- fense overpowered a hapless Idaho team to soundly defeat the Vandals 32-3 for the highest Arizona score to date. ARIZONA 7 -13 0 12-32 IDAHO 3 0 0 0— 3 SCORING: Arizona 7-0, Hernandez (4 yard run) Wilson kick. Idaho 3-7, Ismail (23 yard field goal). Arizona 14-3, Hernandez (53 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 20-3, Yarger (4 yard run) kick failed. Arizona 26-3, Holbrook (8 yard pass from Faulk) Faulk ' s pass failed. Arizona 32-3, Townsend (11 yard pass from Shackle- ford) West ' s kick blocked. $ trim NIB 11111111111101 mum Six points under. Although the camera can ' t see him, Arizona full- back Jack Gillespie puts the Wildcats ahead 20-14 with a under drive for two yards. Eddie Wilson ( I2) in background added extra point with kick. Arizona — 28 Texas Western — 14 El Paso, Texas, November 12, 1960. Arizona was spirited to victory with the help of a run of 88 yards by Bobby Lee Thompson and a 65 yard run by Joe Hernandez, both scoring for TD ' s in the second quarter. At this first migration game, a crowd of over 10,000 fans viewed superior football by the Wildcats. ARIZONA 0 14 0 14-28 TEXAS WESTERN 7 7 0 0-14 SCORING: Texas Western 7-0, Bradshaw (1 yard run) Furman kick. Arizona 7-7, Ternandez (65 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 14-7, Thompson (88 yard run) Wilson kick. Texas Western 14-14, Young (3 yard pass from Kirby) Boyce kick. Arizona 21-14, Gillespie (2 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 28-14, Carroll (I yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona — 35 Kansas State — 16 Tucson, Arizona, November 19, 1960. Before a Homecom- ing Day crowd of 21,000, the University of Arizona trimmed a hard core Kansas State football team for the sixth win of the season. UA ' s Wildcats were sparked to victory by such plays as Minner Williams ' forty-four yard run and Thompson ' s twenty yard dash for touchdowns. ARIZONA 0 14 7 14-35 KANSAS STATE 0 10 6 0-16 SCORING: Kansas 7-0, Elden (10 yard pass from Blaylock) Blaylock ' s kick good. Arizona 7-7, Hernandez (8 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 14-7, Thompson (6 yard run) Wilson kick. Kansas 10-14, Blaylock (21 yard field goal). Arizona 21-10, Hernandez (4 yard run) Wilson kick. Kansas 16-21, Solomon (6 yard run) kick failed. Arizona 28-16, Thompson (20 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 35-16, Minner Williams (44 yard run) Wilson kick. Fenced in. Kansas State fullback Billy Rich is tackled by Arizona Tackle Bill Ismay (78). Coming in to assist is John Small (6) of Arizona and teammate fullback Jack Gillespie (42). Arizona — 35 Arizona State — 7 Tucson, Arizona, November 26, 1960. Be- fore a crowd of 25,000, UA ' s Wildcats soundly trounced their old foe, Arizona State, in a hard fought game. Livingston ' s 60 yard burst in the second Arizona play of the game set the scene for the long awaited victory. ARIZONA 6 8 7 14-35 ARIZONA STATE 0 7 0 0— 7 SCORING: Arizona 6-0, Livingston (60 yard run) Wil- son ' s kick failed. Arizona State 7-6, Rembert (58 yard pass from Casou) Jones kick. Arizona 14-7, Hernandez (28 yard pass from Wilson) Wilson to Hernandez pass. Arizona 21-7, Gillespie (1 yard run) Wilson kick. Arizona 28-7, Thompson (5 yard run) Wil- son kick. Arizona 35-7, Carroll (11 yard run) Wilson kick. Second play ... and 60 yards. Typifying the pattern of the night is this long 60-yard fun by Warren Livingston, the second time Arizona got the ball. The Wildcats went, on to win over their arch-rival, Arizona State, 35-7, closing a remarkable season. SEASON SUMMARY HIGHLIGHTS The University of Arizona set a home attendance record of 156,- 700 for seven home games, averaging 22,386 per game. Bobby Lee Thompson set a Wildcat record for Run from scrim- mage: 88 yds. against Texas Western. The Wildcats had their best overall seasons record since 1954. The Wildcats carry into next year ' s season the longest winning streak (6), since 1941 (7). Bob by Lee Thompson set a UA record for Average gain per carry, 8.0 yards. The University of Arizona soundly tromped its old foe, Arizona State, 35 to 7 to end the 1960 season. Arizona football, under the helm of Coach Jim LaRue posted its best record since 1954. The desire and team spirit of the 1960 football team was at an all time high. With such juniors as Eddie Wilson, quarterback, Bobby Thompson and Joe Hernandez, half- backs returning next year, the team should have one of the out- standing backfields in the Southwest. Wilson ranked among the top passers in the nation this year with 9 TD completions and 53.4 percentage of completions. Her- nandez led team in scoring with 76 points and Thompson set a new Arizona record with an average per carry of 8.0 yards. Jim LaRue ' s 1960 squad was the last to play in the Border Conference. Beginning in 1961, Arizona will compete as an Independent. 377 EDDIE WILSON TONY MATZ Junior, Quarterback, Nine TD passes, 53.4 Senior, Tackle, Captain. All-American Bowl. pass completion percentage. FOOTBALL RECOGNI?J[ON 1960 JOE HERNANDEZ Junior, Halfback, Leading Scorer, 76 pts. ROBERT L. THOMPSON Junior, Halfback, UA record, Longest run from scrimmage 88 yds. Leading rusher 8.0 yd. average. " The General. " JACK GILLESPIE Senior, Fullback, Copper Bowl. WARREN LIVINGSTON Senior, Halfback, All-American Bowl. 378 FOOTBALL WILlICITTENS Coach Carl Cooper ' s Wildkittens won all three of their scheduled games beating Palo Verde Junior College 9-0, Arizona State Sun Imps 26-13, and the University of New Mexico 28-0. Leading the Wildkittens in ground gained was 5-8 halfback from Cincinnati, Ohio, Charlie Heard. For 31 carries he gained 172 yards for a 5.5 average. The Freshman football squad is a very important part of Head Coach Jim LaRue ' s system for it is from this group that he must acquire his needed depth for the two platoon system which he has found to be so effective. Track Coach Carl Cooper doubled as football coach for the Wildcat frosh squad. He led the team to a 3-0 season ' s record. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: Row 1: Charlie Heard, Vir- gil Grant, Alfonso Navarette, Terry Haralson, Tom Kosser, Bill Ratcliffe, Fred Nuetzel, David Berg, Gerald Zeaman, Dick Yus- kas, Jim Singleton. Row 2: Tim Gwynne, Larry Wolford, Bill Barthold, LeRoy Raebel, Gary Kenley, Richard Powell, Ken Kehl, Norm Lofton, Marion Magruder, John Blois, Coach Carl Cooper, Gene Dahlquist, Dave Knott, Dave Areghini, Lloyd Douglass, Larry Moul, Bob Schlousser, Rex Short, Bill Bain, Bob Reed, Tom Modrak, Student Coach Jim Speight. Row 2: Asst. Coach Jim Geist, Ted Christy, John Briscoe, Tom Glorivigen, Mike O ' Ma- bony, Larry Stayduhar, Stan Truskowski, Don Pert, Walt Cielecy, Wallace Collins, C. Freemon. BASKET3A1, SEASON ' S RECORD ARIZONA 72 —COLORADO 82 ARIZONA 60 —COLORADO 83 ARIZONA 78 —ASC-FLAGSTAFF 59 ARIZONA 92 —L.A. STATE 90 ARIZONA 18 —EAST N.M. 66 ARIZONA 73 —NEW MEXICO 79 ARIZONA 67 —AIR FORCE ACAD. 76 ARIZONA 64 —IOWA 105 ARIZONA 55 —NEBRASKA 79 ARIZONA 80 —UC-SANTA BARBARA. 75 ARIZONA 64 —IDAHO STATE 75 ARIZONA 79 —REGIS 61 ARIZONA 74 --TEXAS WESTERN 71 ARIZONA 64 —NEW MEXICO STATE 89 ARIZONA 68 —U.C.L.A. 90 ARIZONA 67 —ASC-FLAGSTAFF 49 ARIZONA 81 —WEST TEXAS STATE 77 ARIZONA 80 —HARDIN-SIMMONS 84 ARIZONA 78 —ARIZONA STATE 94 ARIZONA 66 —WEST TEXAS STATE 63 ARIZONA 83 —HARDIN-SIMMONS 68 ARIZONA 74 —TEXAS WESTERN 65 ARIZONA 68 —NEW MEXICO STATE 73 ARIZONA 75 —ARIZONA STATE 94 ARIZONA 60 —UC-SANTA BARBARA . 76 ARIZONA 76 —L.A. STATE 107 Arizona Wins 1 VARSITY TEAM: Row 1: Regis Dauk, Bill Mower, Dutt, Joe Skaisgir, Dan Scurlock, Russ Stevens, Monte Clausen, Bruce Bill Weese, Kirk Young, Wes Flynn. Row 2: Coach Fred Enke, Larson, assistant coach, Bill Mitchell, manager. SUM ARY The 1960-61 Wildcat basketball squad was dom- inated by the outstanding scoring of Junior College transfer Joe Skaisgir. A junior, the 6-5 forward led in every department and became the second player in Arizona history to score over 500 points in one season. The Wildcats completed the season with an 11- 15 record, breaking three school records in the process. Breaking the single game scoring record of 104 pts. with 42 field goals the Wildcats totaled 18 points against Eastern New Mexico including 45 field goals. They posted a season mark of 73.7 points per game edging out the old record set in 1955-56 of 73.3. Coach Fred Enke retired after his 36th season at Arizona with an all time record of 570 wins and 352 losses for 40 years of coaching. Wes Flynn (10) U A sophomore goes up for two points as Monte Clausen (50) and three Axers stand by. Dan Scurlock (54) and Kirk Young (14) jump high for the rebound The Colorado Bulls seem to have control of the ball as Monte against three Arizona State College gagers in their first game. Clausen (50) moves in to attempt to regain possession. 381 Three Wildcats and three Aggies scramble on the floor of Bear Down Gym as they attempt to regain, what would be known in football language as a fumble. Wildcat, Mary Dutt (50) speeds forward to reach the ball before the action subsides. Wes Flynn jumps to shoot for two, as Russ Stevens prepares to•go up for the rebound along with two Colorado Buffaloes. Bill Weese (32) and Monte Clausen (50) scramble against a Flagstaff Axer as the Wildcats defeat the ASC gagers 67 to 49. COACH ENKE RETIRES Fred Enke, fifth " Winning-est Coach " retires after 36 years of Arizona basketball. During Enke ' s years as basketball coach the Wildcats have won eleven Border Conference Championships. His teams appeared in the National Invitation Tournament 1946 and 1951) and once in the NCAA Tournament (1951). The Dean of Border Conference basketball coaches, Enke had the longest service of any member of the Arizona coaching staff. He began his long career at Arizona in 1925 after two years at South Dakota State and two years at Louisville. Enke will continue to serve the University as coach of the Wildcat golf team. He has led the Wildcat golfers to their highest national ranking, 7th in the NCAA. Be There... Up in the air ... Good Play! FRED ENKE ' S Won UA COACHING Season Lost Won RECORD Season Lost 6 1925-26 7 12 1943-44 2 13 1926-27 4 7 1944-45 11 13 1927-28 3 25 1945-46 5 19 1928-29 4 21 1946-47 3 15 1929-30 6 19 1947-48 10 9 1930-31 6 18 1948-49 11 18 1931-32 2 26 1949-50 5 19 1932-33 5 24 1950-51 6 18 1933-34 9 11 1951-52 16 12 1934-65 8 14 1952-53 13 16 1935-36 7 14 1953-54 10 14 1936-37 11 8 1954-55 17 13 1937-38 8 11 1955-56 15 12 1938-39 11 13 1956-57 13 15 1939-40 10 10 1957-58 16 11 1940-41 7 4 1958-59 22 9 1941-42 13 10 1959-60 14 22 1942-43 2 11 1960-61 15 Total: Won 512 Lost 327 383 SKAISGIR HITS INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Six foot five, Joe Skaisgir proved to be a welcome addi- tion to Coach Fred Enke ' s basketball team. Leading the team in several departments, Joe set a UA record for most Field Goals per season at 199. A junior this year, Joe was also a starter on the Wildcat baseball team at first base. His indi- vidual highs: TOTAL POINTS: (31) Against Arizona State FIELD GOALS: (14) Against Arizona State FREE THROWS: (12) Against Hardin-Simmons REBOUNDS: (18) Against Arizona State College The dominating Joe Skaisgir became only the second Wildcat player in history to score over 500 points in a sea- son. Hitting 505 points in 26 games for a 19.4 average, Joe led the team in almost every department. Second Team Junior College All-American transfer from Henry Ford Community College, Joe Skaisgir. LARSON SUCCEEDS ENKE AS BASKETBALL COACH Taking over the job that he has been training for during the last three years, Bruce Larson steps into the shoes of. one of basketball ' s greatest coaches as he takes over the job of head basketball coach from Fred Enke. Bruce Larson joined the staff of his Alma Mater (Class of 1950) in the Spring of 1958. Previous to this time he had served as basketball coach at Eastern Arizona Junior College and Weber Junior College. A native of Fargo, N.D., Larson attended the University of North Dakota in his freshman year, and then transferred to Arizona. After sitting out one year of eligibility he lettered under Enke for two seasons. BRUCE LARSON HEAD COACH 384 The University of Arizona Basketball Wildkittens completed their 1960-61 season with a very respectable 19-8 record. Under Coach Warner Lee the frosh defeated such teams as Arizona State College, Eastern Arizona JC and the Arizona State Frosh. Jack Benhart and Larry Harris were co-captains of the squad. Outstanding men on the frosh team included Dan Breck, 16.2 average, Luther Pegues, 15.8 average, and Bill Decker, 15.0 average. From the frosh team the University molds the future Varsity players. Standouts such as Bill Decker who scored 29 points against Eastern Arizona JC and Jack Benhart who made 14 field goals against Ft. Huachuca are bright hopes for Bruce Larson as he tries to improve the caliber of Arizona roundball. Coach Warner Lee led the Basketball Wildkittens to a 19-8 season record, including a defeat over the highly- touted Arizona State Frosh 94-74. BASKET 11) ALL ILDKI _ TENS FROSH BASKETBALL: Row 1: Warner Lee, coach; Jack Benhart, Larry Harris, Bill Decker, John Dagley, Keith Frye. Row 2: Jim Garrett, Charlie Cook, Dan Breck, Gary Tucker. 385 The " winningest " coach in collegiate base- ball, Frank Sancet, has led the Wildcat base- ball team to II regional playoffs and six college World Series. He has coached 14 All-Americans, two of whom, Chuck Shoe- maker and Bill Barraclough, are on the 1961 squad. BAS ' BALL 1961 As of April 24 the Wildcats had strung together a 32 wins 5 loss record. Such standout men as Bob Max- well, Joe Skaisgir, Ken Hunt, Chuck Shoemaker, Bill Barraclough, and Eddie Wilson have provided the hitting power. Outstanding in the pitching department are Miles Zeller, with a 8-1 record and an ERA of 1.58, George Mier, 5-0 record and 2.08 ERA, and Gordon Bergthold, 6-2 record and 3.23 ERA. Last year Arizona was 3rd in the nation, and at this writing ranks in the number two spot. Things look good for this year ' s squad to at least equal if not better last year ' s record. Safe at home. Charlie Shoemaker, captain of the team, slides home. VARSITY BASEBALL: Row 1: Mark Clarke, Dutt, Miles Zeller, Gordon Bergthold, Craig Morrison, Bill Barraclough, Ken Hunt, Bobby Maxwell, Charlie Shoemaker, Dick Patera, Luis Bachelier, Tom Celli, Joe Skaisgir, Barry Bernstein, Bruce New- man, assistantimanager. Row 2: Asst. Coach Ken Coopwood, Mgr. Tom Browning, Lou Gutierrez, Bill Welch, Warren Hedding, Garye LeFevers, Lance Long, Don Lewis, John Vincent, George Meis, Don Bales, Bill Reynolds, Augie Acuna, Noel Rudd, Torn Roqueni, Mike Lane, Jim Umbeck, Eddie Wilson, Mort Saull, Bud Schoenberg, Coach Frank Sancet. 387 ARIZONA NUM ER ' WO IN NATION Ranked the second team in the nation, Arizona ' s fighting baseball team is a powerhouse of hitters, pitchers, and fielders. Behind the one,two, three, pitching of Zeller, Dutt, and Bergthold, Arizona on April 21 had 32 wins and 5 losses and was the " winningest " team in collegiate baseball. Outstanding wins include a 8-0 shutout over South- ern California, the nation ' s number one team, and a three game series sweep over Notre Dame. Candidates for All-American honors include Chuck Shoemaker, Bill Barraclough, and Bob Maxwell. All smiles, Bill Barraclough receives the congratulations of his team- mates as he crosses home after hitting his sixth home run for the year. All-American Chuck Shoemaker lines another hit for Arizona. Playing second bate for Frank Sancet, " Shoe was a mainstay for the Wildcat nine. Bud Schoenburg crosses home for another run as Ari- zona defeated Utah 7-2 under Jim Umbecks pitching. • 7.(14, 1 ' • ;VA 388 Lance Long, first baseman, tags a Utah run- ner out on the pick off thrown by pitcher Jim Umbeck. Sophomore Graig Morrison slides into third on an extra base hit. Tom Celli slides back to third avoiding pick off throw after attempting to steal. 389 dy It. Z .1 11 CHUCK SHOEMAKER BILL BARRACLOUGH Second baseman, Captain, batting .367, Centerfielder, Leading Homeruns at 6, All-American 2nd team 1960, Senior. Batting .325, 3rd team All-American, Senior tt 1961 BASEBALL RECOGNITION BOB MAXWELL JOE SKAISGIR Shortstop, Batting .407, Sophomore. First Base, leads batters 27, Junior. MILES ZELLER GORDON BERGTHOLD Pitcher, 8-1 record to date. Pitcher, 6-2 record to date, ERA 1.58, Senior. 3.23 ERA, Senior. 390 BASEBALL WILDKITTENS: Row 1: Bob Encinas, assistant coach; Jim Niegocki, Alex Browne, Jim Reid, Don Hofmann, Jeff Fritz, Bob Williams, George Sale, Terry Haralson, Tom Modrak, George Feltner. Row 2: Sam Antcliffe, assistant coach; Bob Russell, Bill Brown, Phil McCowen, Arvid Ander- son, Sherwin Scott, Bill Williams, Harry Buckner, Phil Porkorney, Mike McGhee, Jerry Rose, Danny Slagle, Dan Schneider, Mario DeLaFuente. BASEBALL WILDK TTENS The Wildkittens compiled a 11-2 record as of the deadline date of the Desert. Outstanding men on the squad included pitchers Sherwin Scott, 4-1, and Arvid Andeson, 3-0. Also such men as Bill Brown, hard hitting first baseman, .500; right fielder Bob Russell, .430; and catcher Alex Browne, 4.25, have contrib- uted much to the success of the team. Freshman Coaches Sam Antcliffe, Bob Encinas, and Bob Hart. 391 TRACK 961 Arizona ' s track team to date boasts a 7-1 record having lost only to Southern California. Some outstanding men on the 1961 edition of Arizona ' s track team include All- American Larry Dunn who is tops in the 100 yard dash with a 9.6 best effort. Another All-American, Jim Burke is outstanding in both the discus and the shot put. Sopho- more, Karl Johnstone, national collegiate freshman record holder at feet teams with Burke in the discus event. These two are ranked as the best one-two combination in the nation this season. Jack Hudson is undefeated in the distance events from the 880 through the two mile. He holds the school record for the half mile at 1:51.4. Leading the team in the hurdles is team Captain Harry Lucky who has a best of 14.1 in the highs, and 23.0 in the low hurdles. Coach Carl Cooper starting his tenth year as head track coach is looking forward to capturing another Border Con- ference title for the Arizona Squad. 392 - oges " 1 ' 0 -T- , Jack Hudson, Arizona ' s outstanding sophomore miler, shows Football standout Bobby Lee Thompson shows his high jumping the form which has brought him acclaim throughout the nation. form as he clears the bar at 6 feet. His best is 6-4. VARSITY TRACK: Row 1: Matt Hanhila, Angris Alexander, Karl Johnstone, Larry Dunn, John Mallery, Harry Lucky, Joe Hernandez, Walt Mince, Dick Glover, Jim Burke. Row 2: Tom Dalzell, Dodd Pearson, Dave Gains, Gil Willoughby, Fred Free- mon, Art Gardenswartz, Jim McBurney, Tom Brown, Steve Rob- bins, Tom Kerr. Row 3: Larry Main, John Lacy, Bill Hilberg, Don Crampton, Tim Pennington, Dave Morris, Chuck Lemley, Jack Hudson, Bob Leitzman, Ron Bennett. Row 4: Coach Carl Cooper, Alden Taylor, Tee Cook, Bob Thompson, Murphy Allen, Dave Doerrer, Walt Lewis, Manager John Murphy, and Manager Dick Wessman. 111111110011111111111111111111111Prionvk.vx, adf=a501,-.=4.2,1stemir ri aim _ t MP 40, 4 " - I 7 ' .$1.°4 4121 Ts......., 90.- ) -V -- 1 ..4.6. TRACK ta,44 tti V C I) 7 V C 471 T Twat A 393 ' ely.:walemArt awn! wawa. :11 " •••••■■,. ' be.■ A line of entries start off the mile run against Camp Pendleton. Broad jumper Tom Brown, stretches his legs for a leap of over 21 feet. Larry Dunn and Steve Robbins finish first and second in the 100 yards. •;we.%.. SEASON ' S RECORD ARIZONA 1131 2 — Texas Western 28 New Mexico Western 201 2 ARIZONA 40 — USC 91 ARIZONA 981 2 — Utah 321 2 ARIZONA 88 — Camp Pendleton 43 ARIZONA — BYU 453 4 ARIZONA 881 2 — New Mexico 421 2 ARIZONA - Air Force Academy 3616 ARIZONA (1st Place) Texas Western Relays Straining with every bit of remaining energy, Art Gardenswartz crosses the finish line first in the 440. Teammate John Mallery closes fast to take second. Two of the best, Karl Johnstone, 176 ' . 51 2 " , and Jim Burke, 172 ' . 101 2 " , the one-two combination in the discus. Mat " Mo " Hanhila, at the peak of this jump, shows the form that en- abled him to set the all-time record at the UA for pole-vaulters at 14-81 2. Teammate Dick Glover also made the same height this season. CROSS COUNTRY: Row 1: John Mal- lery, Jack Hudson, Bill Hilberg, Chuck Lemley, Tee Cook, John Lacy. Row 2: Dave Doerrer, Walt Lewis, Fred Freemon, Larry Main, Gil Willoughby, Art Garden- swartz, Jim McBurney, Coach Carl Cooper. CROSS COIL NTRY SEASON ' S RECORD UA 18 — Phoenix College 43 UA 19 — Phoenix College 44 UA 27 — Camp Pendleton 28 Coach Carl Cooper ' s Arizona Cross-Country team won all three of its dual meets, beating Phoenix Col- lege twice and Camp Pendleton Marines. The Wild- cat harriers also competed in the San Diego State Invitational. Cross-Country varsity letters were awarded to Tee Cook, Dave ' Doerrer, Fred Freemon, Art Garden- swartz, Bill Hilberg, Jack Hudson, John Lacy, Charles Lemley, Walt Lewis, and Larry Main. Four Cross Country men, John Lacy, Larry Main, Tee Cook, Jack Hudson, warm up for their next meet. WRESTLING: Row 1: Tom Tadano, Don Wood, Tito Gonzales, Matt Hanhila, Larry Wolford, Don Skeleton, Lyle Payne, Lee Hanley, Ken Taylor. Row 2: Dennis Harmon, Vernon Ellis, Coach Fred Roby, Randy Stevens, Dusty White. WRESTLING Arizona grapplers, coached by Fred Roby, had a very successful season in 1961 with a 7-3 record, the best in the history of the sport at Arizona. All-round athlete Matt Hanhila, 157, won eight straight matches before losing in the final meet. Other outstanding wrestlers in- cluded Bill Ismay, heavyweight, 8-1, and Don Wood, 130, 6-2 record. Coach Fred Roby is in his second year as head Wrestling Coach. R_7LE TEAM RIFLE TEAM: Row 1: Robert Jones, Eldon Buckner, Forster Cayce, Howard Barush. Row 2: Capt. Ned Middleton, Fred Gladden, Don Kelley, Craig Brown, Sfc Ray Howell. 397 GOLF The Golf team, led by Sophomores Mike Rom- bold and Tom Finke had posted a 12-3 record when the Desert went to press. Veteran Coach Fred Enke was using a nucleus of nine lettermen from last year ' s Border Confer- ence champions. The Wildcats will again be pressed for the league crown by Arizona State, who beat them in a dual match earlier in the season Rombold took part in the Southwestern Ama- teur Golf Tournament after the spring recess and placed second, shooting seven under par. Arizona finished seventh in last year ' s NCAA championships. Mike Rombold, who placed second in the Southwestern Amateur Tourney, shows the form he used in aiding Arizona to another great season. Tom Finke was the number two man on Coach Fred Enke ' s Golf team. Arizona ' s record was 12-3. 398 Arizona ' s Golf Coach, Fred Enke, has led the team to nine Conference Titles. SWIMMING TEAM: Row 1: Cremin Benson, Hal Eastin, Scott McCartney, Coach Charles Ott, head swimming coach George McLain, Paul Ostroy, Tom Krucker, Tom Sawyer, Coach Charles Ott. completed his 12th year of coaching at UA. Row 2: Carl Samuels, Chris Creith, Craig Reitz, Tom Hubbard, Dave Hall, Richard Siegal, Dye, Dave Cochrane, John Moening. SWIMMING Arizona ' s swimming team enjoyed one of its best seasons ending with a 10-1 record. The tankmen opened the season losing to Air Force and then went on un- defeated for the remainder of the schedule. Eight school records were set during the season with only the 220 yd. freestyle, the 440 yd. freestyle and the 200 yd. breast stroke remaining intact. The success of the team is phe- nomenal in that only a year ago the Wildcats had a 4-8 season and the only senior on the team is Captain George McLain. Top performers during 1961 were McLain, Tom Sawyer, Paul Ostroy, Scott McCartney, Joel DuPlain, Buck Benson, and Tom Krucker. George McLain, captain of the swimming team, executes the butterfly. Arizona ' s backstrokers leave the blocks to set new records. 399 J. X ..... X X .. ........ X X i X X X NMI I H H ii H . : H )1 M 11 1191 M M = ::: 1-1HHHHIHM M I • I : :I 7 . 1 : • X :x • X :S :I MM MM M : X GYMNASTICS: Row 1: Bob Vin- yard, Jules Labuzan, Ernesto Na- varro, Sam Holland, Hal Eastin, Fred Shantz, Tom Bradshaw, Dave Slagle, Phil ,Imhoff. Row 2: Bill Zinkl, Jim Edwards, Bob Brown, Matt Hanhila, Gary Morris, Sam Bailie, Coach. GYIV NASTICS The 1960-61 Gymnastics team had its most success- ful season (5-5) and is looking forward to an even better season next year. This year ' s team was primarily a sopho- more team and will have all men returning. To add to this strength will be four good freshmen, who will be eager to make the ranks of the varsity. This year ' s sched- ule was also the hardest in the school ' s history. Gym- nastics is a growing sport in the Southwest, and Arizona, under Coach Sam Bailie, is taking a leading place in this growth. Bailie is president of Western Intercollegiate Gymnastics Association. Fred Shantz, co-captain of the team executes a " scale. " Sam Bailie, in his first year as head gym- nastics coach, has considerably increased interest in the sport at Arizona. Co-Captain Sam Holland displays a " plange " on the flying rings. 400 TENNIS As of April 1, Arizona ' s tennis team was undeafeated in col- legiate competition. Remaining on the schedule are six Cali- fornia teams which must be beaten. RESULTS TO APRIL 1 ARIZONA 3—SAN DIEGO MARINES 5 ARIZONA 4—SAN DIEGO MARINES 4 ARIZONA 6—COLORADO STATE U. 1 ARIZONA 7—COLORADO STATE U. 1 ARIZONA 9—ARIZONA STATE 0 ARIZONA 9—BRIGHAM YOUNG 0 ARIZONA 8—BRIGHAM YOUNG 1 Totals 7 wins 1 tie — 1 loss TENNIS TEAM: Row 1: Bill Lenoir, George Stoesser, Dick Nesham, Toby Shoop, Roy Meng. Row 2: Richard Young, Rick Fried, Toni Somervile, Jeff Ellis, Pete Barizon, Carter Lenoir, Coach Dave Snyder. 401 George Stoesser, defending Border Conference singles and double champion, displays his winning forearm stlye. Carter Lenoir, one of Dave Sender ' s outstanding tennis players warms up before the Arizona Closed Meet. INTRAMURAL STANDING AS OF APRIL 1 FRATERNITY 1. Phi Gamma Delta 2. Kappa Sigma 3. Phi Delta Theta 4. Delta Chi 5. Tau Delta Phi 6. Alpha Tau Omega 7. Zeta Beta Tau 8. Delta Sigma Phi 9. Sigma Nu 10. Delta Upsilon DORMITORY I. Santa Cruz 2. Cochise 3. Papago 4. Arizona 5. Greenlee 6. Pinal 7. Hopi 8. Graham INDEPENDENT 1. Wesley 2. Newman 3. Baptist 4. Barbs 5. Lutheran 6. ASCE 7. Presbyterian 8. Aggies 402 INTRAMURAL STANDINGS BASKETBALL I. Kappa Sigma 2. Phi Gamma Delta 3. Delta Chi All hands shoot toward the basket for the re- bound as the Kappa Sig ' s and Phi Gam ' s play off. FLAG FOOTBALL 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2. Sigma Chi 3. Phi Gamma Delta TRACK 1. Tau Delta Phi 2. Phi Gamma Delta 3. Wesley Foundation Sam Baile, Director of Intramurals, is responsible for the establishment of schedules in each of the different intramural sports offered at Arizona. Sigma Chi Jim Corbet avoids two Sigma Nu tacklers to head for the TD. Sigma Chi went on to win the game 12-6 and the title. Buck Benson, Sigma Nu, won the back stroke event, set- ting a new University intramural swimming record. SWIMMING 1. Sigma Chi 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3. Tau Delta Phi HORSESHOES 1. Santa Cruz 2. Alpha Tau Omega 3. Delta Tau Delta CROSS COUNTRY 1. Sigma Chi 2. Delta Chi 3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Horseshoe Doubles Winners, Pete Muzzy and Dale Stevenson practice the form that brought victory to Alpha Tau Omega. Ken Wayne leads the Sigma Chi ' s to a Cross Country victory. 404 TENNIS 1. Sigma Chi 2. Delta Chi 3. Tau Delta Phi GOLF 1. Phi Gamma Delta 2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3. Sigma Chi 15,,rfaft.V GYMNASTICS 1. Wesley Foundation 2. Sigma Nu 3. Delta Sigma Phi Rick Freid shows tennis style he used in winning Sigma Chi first. Jack Holman, competing for the Wesley Foundation, displays the form which won him the All-Around competition in the Gymnastics events. TABLE TENNIS 1. Zeta Beta Tau 2. Cochise 3. Tau Delta Phi 405 Alpha Tau Omega, Mike O ' Harro sets the ball up for Steve Shuken to spike at the Kappa Sigs. HANDBALL 1. Kappa Sigma 2. Phi Gamma Delta 3. Phi Delta Theta VOLLEYBALL 1. Kappa Sigma 2. Delta Chi 3. Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Nu, Jith Edwards pins Delta Upsilon Otto Bear in the second period, to proceed to the semi finals in intramural wrestling. John Welch and Ron Johnson display the skill they used in win- ning a first in the doubles division of intramural handball. 406 WRESTLING 1. Phi Gamma Delta 2. Delta Chi 3. Kappa Sigma WOMEN ' S RECREAT ON ASSOCIATION The Women ' s Recreation Association is open to all women students on campus. Qualification for membership is on a point system, 100 points needed for membership. One thousand points earned in intramural sports entitles a woman to membership in " A " Club and an " A " blazer; for 1800 points, a woman receives the coveted " A " blanket. Sports offered by this organization include swimming, table tennis, pool, tennis singles, and volleyball in the fall; archery, co-ed volleyball, basketball, folk dance, badminton doubles, hockey, and bowling in the winter; and pool, soft- ball, tennis, and golf in the spring. In addition, many hon- oraries and clubs are an integral part of the WRA program. Special events provided by the Women ' s Recreation Association are the Spring Dance Concert, the Desert Mer- maid ' s Aquacade, and WRA Banquet. WRA OFFICERS: Rosemary Gala, president; Judy Hurt, vice president; Perry Wolf, business manager; Sue Meyer, treasurer; Lynda Smith, corresponding sec- retary; and Jan Mosher, record- ing secretary. 407 1961 OUTSTANDING SPORTSWOMAN ROSEMARY GALA Rosemary Gala, independent, was named Out standing Sportswoman for 1961 by WRA. This honor is awarded on the basis of sportsmanship, service to WRA, skill, and participation in the WRA program. Rosemary served as president of WRA in 1960-61 and as tennis sportsleader in 1959-60. She has received the " A " Blazer and " A " Blanket awards. She has par- ticipated in 12 different sport activities and has played a par- ticularly prominent part in badminton, tennis, basketball, and golf. WRA BOARD: Row 1: Sandy Boonstra, Rosemary Gala, Judy Hurt, Lynda Smith, Jan Mosher. Row 2: Judy Leenhouts, Barbara Wchsler, Joanne Sears, Elizabeth Landrum, Pat Mail, Perry Wolf, Missy O ' Connell. Row 3: Lynne Dailey, Nancy Coyle, Jackie Frost, Colleen Slavin, Karen Helms, Sue Meyer, Miss Pavlich, advisor; Rae Malone. Rosemary Gala, president of the Women ' s Recreation Associa- tion, is a senior majoring in physical education. Rosemary has an over-all interest in individual and team sports, but especially prefers volleyball. This year, Rosemary was named 1961 Out- standing Sportswoman. 408 " A " CLUB Membership in the " A " Club is earned by the women students who earn 1000 points participating in WRA activities. The officers are Mary Slavin, president; Barbara Cason, vice president; and Jackie Frost, secretary-treasurer. " A " Club sponsored activities include serv- ice and scheduling of special events such as faculty games. " A " CLUB: Karen Helms, Colleen Slavin, Jackie Frost, Barbara Cason, Pauline Raberge, Rosemary Gala, Jane Harrison, Pat Mail, Brenda Bowker, Sue Meyer, Joan Reineke, Helen Nenson, Lynne Dailey. WRA IONORARIES DESERT MERMAIDS . A MERMAIDS: Row 1: Norma Nicol, Sharon Turk, Jane Raney, Joan Savage, Donna Gaylord, Lee Weingarten, Karen Reichert, Kathy Fletcher. Row 2: Joy Wolfe, Carolyn Whitaker, Susan Sloan, Betsy Moore, Heidi Ruston, Georgianne Criley, Trudy Hendrickson. Row 3: Judy Hurt, Dee Ann Gray, Janet Mosher, Lynda Smith, Lucy Chewning, Carol Fredenburg, Mary Conroy. 409 ORCHESIS ORCHESIS: Row 1: Diane Shafer, Stephanie Hoag, Susan Sealove, Susan Davidson, Marty McClana- than, Mary Sayre, Diane Sunkle, Loueta Bailey, Judy Kirshner, Cyn- thia Zahn. Row 2: Sybil Cappalletti, Barb Wilson, Pat Alabrand, Judy Abbott, Karen Kincaid, Toni Miller, Phyllis Haskel, Judy Keither, and Gail Goodman. PUTTERS PUTTERS CLUB: Row 1: Margaret Cum- bara Miller. Row 2: Lucia Jones, Marcia mings, Sharon Moran, Ronna Deegan, Bar Hamilton, Bonnie Brach, Martha Waterman. ACQUET CLUB RACQUET CLUB: Row 1: Janie Severson, Jane Harrison. Row 2: Jo- anne Sears, Norma Higuera, Bonnie Kauffman. Row 3: Marjorie Co le, Kathi Novak, Espino Fern, Diane Mensch. Row 4: Donna Mae Miller and Mary Littlewood, sponsors. 410 MURNAMENT RESULTS Members of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority win the coveted volleyball trophy. Watching the excellent diving technique of Gay Miller is winning WRA swimmer, Patty Kempner. VOLLEYBALL Kappa Alpha Theta SWIMMING Diving: Gay Miller Swimming: Patty Kempner Carolyn Murray TENNIS Jane Harrison Jane Severson ARCHERY Advanced: Anne Williams Intermediate: Kathy Cope Beginning: Sally Contzen Laurie Kyle As Jane Severson and Jane Harrison have exhibited; skill is a necessity for winning tennis tournaments. The WRA sponsored archery tournament recognizes these expert women marksmen. 411 Practicing their badminton strokes are Judy Hurt and Karen Helms. BADMINTON Judy Hurt Karen Helms HOCKEY Independents BASKETBALL Yavapai Manzanita TABLE TENNIS Sue Holly Lined up before winning the hockey tournament are the Independents. BASKETBALL WINNERS: Row I: Becky Bean, Sharron Moran, Sharon Farquer. Row 2: Harriet Chadwick, Lucia Jones, Bonnie Brach, Bonnie Anderson. Row 3: Pat Abbott and Gretchen Mandernack. Sue Holly, winner of the ping-pong tournament, practices to improve her already winning style. 412 CO-REC VOLLEYBALL Delta Gamma Kappa Sigma The co-ed volleyball tournament was won by the combined participation of members of Delta Gamma and Kappa Sigma. FOLK DANCING Ann Sherwin Grace Burris BOWLING Barbara Cason Irma Ficzeri POOL Sandy Boonstrah Ann Sherwin and Grace Burris are dressed in customary Swiss costume. Practicing fencing are Barbara Cason, Karen Winter, Lynne Dailey, Linnea Hedlund, Pat Abbott, Dorothy McDonald, and Jackie Frost. Barbara Cason and Irma Ficzeri practice for the annual WRA bowling tournament. Pool is another competitive sport for which practice is necessary. ot. worriumwrommoisiotvo, O u A u fll .J1Jj IW ' aimilith.00101ft 11111111101.11MILIWAMMUIMMIME11011‘11 it•kiko .3oragummiltrill3ONIMPRIFAnmillemmt=1 Left to right: Barbara Robson, Margaret Evans, Charlotte Woodford, Martha Schrubb, Eva Powell, Jean Eidmann, Maxine Cook, Mabel Condit, Dorothy Greeson, Larry Harrington, Ruby Henry, Barbara Whitt, Jim Martin, Dorothy Cutler, Ruth Zeller, Ruth Lubbers, Faye Taylor. AiS)50C 115 OOKS70 ON THE CAMPUS OFFERING A COMPLETE LINE OF BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 416 Left to right: Paul Crawford, Allan Baker, John Terry, Darrell Fisher, Bob Taylor. Edward Mitchell, Joyce Van Reenen, Rita Mosiman, Christina Troller, Dave Wilson, Sam Ventres, Lee Williams, Robert Posner, Michael Heard, David Lange. PHELPS DODGE SCHOLARSHIPS Included in the picture above arc 15 of the 16 Phelps Dodge Scholarship recipients presently attending the University of Arizona. Missing from the picture is Patrick D. Shelton. The Phelps Dodge Foundation scholarship program at the University of Arizona provides annually for a total of eight undergraduate scholarships and two scholarships for graduate study. The undergraduate Phelps Dodge Scholarship awards are each valued at $1,000 per year and are available only to graduates of Arizona High Schools. The two post-graduate scholarships at $1,200 each, plus tuition, are available to students having graduated from the University and who are bona fide residents of the State of Arizona. 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C. 150 Altman, Elenore 117,263 Amburgey, Lyman 85 Anderson, Andreas 116 Anderson, T. 90 Anderson, Robert 124 Angus, R. C. 85,164 Anthony, John 134 Anthony, John 134 Arsdale, Van 260 Aston, Bernardyne 90 Ayers, Donald 126 - B- Bailey, Don 130 Bailey, J. P. 83 Bailey, Sam 400 Baker, S. 90 Baker, H. R. 85 Baltensperger, Arden 85 Baker, Robert 109,24 Barnes, Kenneth 83,85 Barnes, W. S. 121 Barreca, Frank 117 Barnett, Robert 109 Bartlett, Robert 109 Bartlett, Neil 128 Bailie, Sam 140 Bateman, Herman 129 Bayles, Ester 23 Beatson, James 129 Beattie, Arthur 124,169,262 Beck, Jean 130 Bell, Jean 130 Bell, Mary 99 Beckett, Edward 21 Bemis, William 85 Bennett, Fleming 24 Becker, Dorothy 24 Bents, Ulrich 172 Bentz, Donald 99 Bermosk, Loretta 131 Best, Edward 126 Birong, Elizabeth 87,88 Black, D. S. 85 Blackburn, Jack 109 Blecha, Milo 99 Bloom, Clara 167 Bloom, John 117,73,219,263 Blond, Vincent 90 Bond, Royce 22 Books, Alice 88 Branconi, Ruth 31 Breger, Bertha 30 Bretall, Robert 25 Brewer, Willis 136,138, 61 Briggs, Robert 64 Brooks, John 24 Brown, Claud 21 Brown, Elmer 57 Browder, Jane 31 Brown, Timothy 124, 72 Brown, William 83, 30 Bryan, Walter 85 Buccolo, Joseph 42 Buol, S. W. 85 Buchhauser, Andrew 117,263 Buckman, Carl 109 Bueche, Clifford 142 Buekren, T. F. 164,168,167 Bueche, Clifford 142 Burkhart, Leland 85,83.164 Burroughs, Robert .. 116,70,175 Burubon, J. 85 Burton, Lloyd 138 Butler, G. D. 85 Butler, John 125 - C - Cable, C. C. 85 Caldwell, June 25 Cahill, James . 142 Caldwell, Mary 138 Caldwell, Thomas 109 Caldwell, Robert 125 Call, R. V. 90 Calmes, Robert 99 Campbell, Barbara 25 Campbell, Brewster 126,175,268 Campbell, George 85 Campion, Maurice 124 Capsyto, Libby 23 Cannon, M. D. 150 Carley, James 134,261 Carlson, Karen 20,182 Carmichael, M Sgt. 142 Carnevale, Jesse B. 90 Carr, Sherwood 21 Carroll, John 129,25,261 Carruth, Laurence 83 Casanova, Angela 124 Cavanaugh, Edward 140,371,373 Chase, James 261 Chadwick, Lionel 115 Chapman, Thomas 134 Chappel, Merwin 24 Charley, J. D. 142 Childs, Barney 126 Chin, Lincoln 138 Christensen, Harvey 99 Christopherson, V. A 88 Church, Edna 117 Church, Helen 88 Clausen, Dick 268,140,34 Cline, Russell 85,83 Cockroft, L. U. 85 Cohn, Harvey 125,167 Coffee, Curtis 263 Cole, Jack 138 Condit, Mabel 23 Conley, Eugene 117 Conn, R. H. 85 Conway, W. 125 Cook, John 116 Cook, Maxine 23 Coolidge, Richard 25 Cooper, Carl 140,379,392 Coopwood, William K..... 140,387 Corrie, I. H. 85 Cote, Duane 115 Coulter, J. L. 142 Coulter, Pearl 131 Craig, Charlotte 130 Crawford, M. E. 83 Crowder, William 99 Cross, Jack 21 Crowell, Robert 99,368 Cuneo, William 169,262 Cunningham, John 134 -D---- Damon, Paul 134 Damon, Robert 134,135,261 Danielson, Paul 99 Davies, Jack E. 172 Davis, Richard 83 Davis, William 263 Deal, Ralph 21 Dean, Pat 105 DeBoe, William 142 Dempset, William 140 Dennett, John 140 Dennis, Eldon 149 Dennis, Robert Lee 85 Denniston, Douglas 116 Denton John 90 Demmin, Millicent 20,182 Deutschman, Archie 83 Dewhirst, L. W. 83,164 DeVore, Robert 125 Dial, Betty Ann 139 Diaz-Plaja, Fernando 124 Dickerson, Jeannette 22 Dionisopoulos, Allan 128 Diven, R. H. 83 Dotson, Jay 134 Downey, William 141,142 Dozier, Edward 128 Draper, George 85 Drevdahl, Elmer 134 Drouct, Francis 85 Du Bouis, Robert 134 - E- Edmond, Clarence 85 Edwards, Richard 135,134 Eidmann, Jean 23 Ellis, Carlene 131 England, Gene 117,107 Enke, Fred 140,381,384,383 Encinas, Bob 391 Ennett, Alfred 125 Erickson, Melvin 288,20 Evans, Joan 24 Evenson, Adelaide 130,151 Ewing, Russell 124,129 - F - Fain, Samuel 117,263 Fazio, Steve 85 Fisher, W. D. 150 Flegel, Phyllis 126 Fleming, W. S. 85 Folkner, Joseph 85 Forrester, James 133,134 Foster, Joseph 125 Fousel, Kenneth 142 Freeman, Barry 85 Freedman, Don 257 Frevert, Richard 83,149 Frikart, J. 90,124 Fruchtman, Efrim 117 Fuller, Wallace 85,168 Furnas, Jane 131 - G - Gaines, F. Pendleton 143 Gaines, Jack 109 Gale, Stanley K. 109 Garner, M. Agnes 139,163,64 Garretson, Oliver 99 Gatewood, Elizabeth 139 Gavlak, Emil Stephen 99 Gegenheimer, Albert 25 Geist, Jim 379 Geoffrion, Ann 172 Getty, Harry 128 Gibbings, Frank Tom 140 Gibbs, Phyllis 167 Gifford, Gilbert 90 Gill, Arthur 109 Gloyd, Howard 130 Goff, M Sgt. 142,264 Gomez, Rosendo 128 Goldsmith, Helen 124,263 Good, Margaret 23 Gorman, Shirley 62 Graesser, Roy 125 Grant, Arthur 167 Greene, Thomas 121 Greene, Guy 115 Green, P. 90 Gries, G. A. 83,164 Grossman, Maurice 116 Gryting, Loyal .. 124,167,169,262 Guiney, Adeline 24 Gullberg, Susan 116,70 - H- Haas, Gaylord 126 Hale, W. H. 83 Haberland, John 90,99 Hall, David 109 Hall, Ruth 86 Hall, Thomas 368,121 Hambene, Joseph 267 Hamill, Lloyd 126 Hamilton, Keith 85 Haney, Richard 22 Hansma, Jack 140 Hardisty, Donald 117,74,169 H arrenstein, Howard 109 Harris, William 140 Hart, Bob 391 Harshbargcr, John 134,149 Hartlinc, R. 83 Hartsell, 0. M. 117,263 Hartnell, Agness 88 Harvil I, Richard 16,17,185,34 Haskell, C. 125 Haury, Emil .. 128,124,24,149,155 Hayden, Harry 142 Hawes, Donald 109 Hawkins, Peggy 22 Heck, Gordon 115 Henthorne, E. A. 83 Herman, Jane 24 Hertz, Louis 128,24 Hibbs, Eithel 139 Higginbotham, Ron 124 Hill, J. G. 85 Hillman, Jimmye 85,164 Hollike, Mattie 23 Horwath, Peter 130 Houghton, Neal 128 Houston, Robert 21 Hotchkiss, Alida 88 Howe, Van 140,371,373 Howe, Jack 117,164 Howell, Raymond 142,397 Hucker, Charles 124,128,130,166,167,261 Huebl, Bob 23 Hudson, Phillip 90,172 Huggins, Jack 126 Hull, G. E. 85 Hulse, Frederick 128 Huffman, Billy 142 Humphrey, Robert 85,164 Hunt, Jacob 99 Hupp, Margaret 139 Husted, Margaret 21 Irwin, Charles 142 Irwin, John 121 Iwanaga, George 117,172 J- Jaffe, Gail Arde 117 James, Newton 128,24,173 Janssens, Charles 124 Pensen, Mildred 88 Jensen, Mary 125 Johnson, Henry 117,75,263 Johnson, Alfred 24 Johnson, Marvin 22,35 Johnson, Wilma 88 Jones, Charmayne 22 Jones, Faye 88 Jorden, Roger 85 Jungerheld, Warren 142,171 - K - Kaemlein, Wilma 24 Karnevale, Beverly 167 Kassander, Richard 149 Kauffman, Ralph 128,123 Keen, Aleen 21 Keener, Paul 85,164 Keller, Keaton 109,155 Kelley, Victor 99 Kelley, William 164 Kemmerer, Arthur 83 Kenna, Leroy 125 Ketcham, Carl 126 Kester, G. 85 Kidwell, Richard 90 Keyser, J. M. 142 Kight, Mary Ann 88 King, William 140 Klaiss, Donald 90,157 Kircher, Henry 83 Kirmse, Evelyn 126 Knipe, D. 85 Kline, Beatrice 88 Kouri, E. 90 Knorr, P. N. 85 Knopp, Nelda 139 Kurnick, Allen 83 Kurtz, Edwin 85,167 I.., - Lacy, Willard 134 Lafferty, John 116,70 Lagaard, Maurice 109 Lance, John 134 Lane, A. M. 83 Lange, Carol 22 Lammers, Herbert 90 Langen, Herbert 90 Lansing, R. 156,154 Larson, Bruce 140,384 Larson, Emil 99 Larson, W. E. LaRue, Jim 140,371,373,370,377,372 Learning, G. 90 Leavitt, Ernest 24 Lee, Jack 77,76,263 Lekandor, Larry 140 Lenzer, Emil 109 Lenoir, James 121 Lewis, Ralph 142 Lightfoot, Marjorie 126 Lindsay, Venice 21 Linta, Edward 140,371,373 Little, Sidney 114,115 Littler, Charles 116 Littlewood, Mary 139,410 Livermore, Shaw 89,90 Lockard, Kirby 115 Longoni, Robert 126 Loizides, Katherine 23 Lowe, Charles 130,149 Lukenmeyer, Lillian 24 Luz, Babbette 130,167,158 Lyons, John 119,121 Lynn, Klonda 167 - M - MacCready, Paul 106,117 MacDonald, Alice 22 MacKaben, Eugene 116 Maniar 161 MacKinnon, William 128 Maddox, G. 85 Magness, Charles 368,140 Malik, Joe 130 Mahar, James 130 Mahar, Pauline 90 Maher, Mary 126 Maier, Robert 85,164,168 Mann, George 250 Mall, David 117 Malone, Kasper 117 Marciniak, Ronald 140,371,373 Mansom, William 124 Markland, Ben 117 Lorna 22 Marcado, Rodney 263 Marroney, Peter 116,70 Marshall, Joe 130 Marshall, Robert 90 Martin, Douglas 126 Martin, James 23 Martin, H. K. 90 Martin, Thomas 108 Mason, Charles 85 Mason, Katherine 131 Matthews, Paul 121 Matts, Eugene 142 Mattingly, Alethea 117 Mattingly, Allan 21 Mayer, Arthur 140 Mayo, Evans 134 Mauldin, R. D. 142 McAlister, Dean 83,85 McBride, Robert 117,263 McCann, Lloyd 167 McCauley, Williams 83,130 McClelland, Joseph 85 McClenegham, S. 90 McCormick, F. C. 25 McCormick, Sandy 22 McCcomb, Andrew 83,85 McCormick, J. Bryon 121 McCoy, Leahmae 90,167 McCuish, Anna 23 McCullough, Edgar 134 McGinnies 149 McGlothin, Jo Ann 22 McKinley, James 141,142,171 McLaughlin, Philip 368,140 McMillan, Samuel 16,17 McNiece, Gerald 126 Mead, Albert 130 Meadow, Arnold 128 Melnik, Amelia 99 Merchant, Charles 125 Merritt, Curtis 99,98,167 Metcalf, Darrel 83 Middleton, Edward 142 Miller, Donna Mae 139,410 Miller, Halsey 134 Miller, Sherman 126,124,45,35,60 Mitcham, Thomas 134 Monroe, Morgan 22 Morello, J. 85 Moreton, Dorothy 22 Moore, Hollis 98 Morris, Thomas 134 Mulligan, Raymond 90 Munoz, Jane 124 Murcardo, Rodney 117 Murphy, Daniel 134 Murtagh, Jane 23 Murphy, Donald 125 Myers, Harold 82 Myers, Louis 90,368 - N - Neff, Richard 109 Nelson, A. G. 85,164 Nordby H. 83 Newlin, Philip 174 Nugent, Robert 17,18,184,34 Nutting, William 85 - 0 Mary Alice 126 Officer, James 90,167,267,157 Olstad, Charles 124 Opper, Fred 130 Osta, Emilio 117 Osta, Winifred 124 Oswald, J. Gregory ....129,166,261 Ott, Charles 140,399 Overton, N. L. 142 Ough, Marguerite 117 _____ p _ Patrick, Davis 149 Pavlich, Mary 139,408 Pavlovich, Martha 130,151 Pawson, W. W. 85 Peakly, John 151 Pearlman, Daniel 126 Percy, Garnet 126 Perry, R. A. 85 Perry, James 109 Phillips, Walter 83 Picard, Joseph 368,140 Picchioni, Albert 154 Pierce, Francisco 121 Pilgrim, Mary 139,35 Pistol, William 83,368 Polek, Fran 126 Pou, John 83 Powell, Desmond 126,124 Powell, Donald 24 Pressley, Elias H. 83.,150 Price, Marjorie 139,214 Pleasanto, Frederick 128 Pye, Willard 134 Quinn, Robert 116 - R - Rabke, Mary Lee Raica, Nicholas Ramage, Robert Ramsey, Phil Rappeport, Jack Rauk, Vern Ray, Howard Ratte, Charles Reibeil, Julia 117,263 Regalado, Gracianna 24 Reece, Gerald 99 Reed, Raymond 83 Reid, B. L. 83 Resnick, S. 85,164 Reick, Sheldon 116 Rhodes, Herbert 118 Richey, Harold 99 Rhodes, Melvin 283,99 Riggs, R. 90 Roberts, Edward 109 Riggs, M. H. 85 Robinson, Jame 126 Robson, Barbara 23 Roby, Fred 140,397 Riesen, Lois 24 Rodier, Joanne 131 Rodriguez, Mario 129 Rodzen, Roger 36,158 Rogers, Jack 140 Rollins, Franklin 83 Robinette, Grace 24 Roos, Nestor 90 Rosaldo, Renato 124 Rosenberg, Charles ....124,169,262 Rosenblatt, Paul 126 Roseveare, George 134 Rouden, Jake 140,371,373 Rowe, P. B. 85 Royal, Duane 24 Roy, Francis 253,123 Rubis, David 85 Ruby, Bessie 88 Rush, Andrew 116 Russell, Paul 111 Rubbel, Bob Ryan, Patrick 116 - Sammarco, Anita 117,263 Sancet, Frank 140,386,387,388 Sayles, Edwin 24 Sayner, Donald 130 Schafroth, John 134 Schmidt, Andrew 90 Schmiltz, Henry 117 Schmitz, Frederick 124 Schumaker, Virginia 23 Schmucker, Arnold 142 Schornhorst, Melvin 85 Schreiber, Joseph 134 Schroedinger, E. 172 Schuntz, Fredenita 130 Sellars, Laura 24 Seltzer, R. E. 83,85,164 Shapley, Charles 169 Shields, Currin 128 Shirey, Warren 21 Shogren, Kathleen 117 Shoults, Stanford 90 Shutt, Darold 321,323,20,34 Siegel, Albert 83 Sigworth, Oliver 126 Silberman, Bernard 129,130 Simonian, Vartkes138,165,171,167 Simon, Frank Sink, Whitten 142 Sivack, Norman 151 Slutes, Frances 24 Sloan, Richard 109 Slonaker, A. Louis _323,20,182,35 Smith, Charles 121 Smith, Alden 117 Smith, David 99 Smith, Frieda 131 Smith, Channing 116 Smith, Howard V. 85,168,167 Smiley, Terrah 149 Smith, Hugh 130 Smithan, Thomas 130 Snyder, Dave 140,401 Soltys, Frank 368,140 Sorauf, Frank 128 Sorenson, Gladys 131 Souden, James 116,143 Sparks, George 117 Speight, Jim 140 Staininger, Helen 131 Stanfield, Alice 83,153 Stanberry, C. 0 85,164 Steelink, Cornelius 168 Stewart, J. M. 85 Stone, William 21 Strang, Ruth 99 Streets, Rubert B. 85,164 Streets, Rubert, Jr. 167 Stromberg, Francis 88 Stubblefield, Thomas 164 Steell, J. W. 83 Svob, Robert 368,140 T- Tanner, Clara Lee 128 Tatum, Roy 140,371,373 Taylor, Bruce 83 Tellez, Angel 125 Thomas, Edward 140 Thomas, W. I. 85 Thompson, Ethel 88 Thompson, Raymond 128 Titt, Edwin 109 Titley, Spencer 134 Tocci, Vincent 142,172 Toland, Florence 90 Toma, Peter 128,262 Trautman, Robert 83 Tribolet, Charles 22,180,29,31,34,35 Trifan, Deonesie 125 Trimble, John L21 Turner, Fred 164 Turner, R. M. 85 - V - Van Arsdale, William 83,265 Van Sant, W. Ralph 83 Varney, Bill 29,31,158,35,36 Vavich, M. G. 83 Vaules, Richard 166 Voris, Mark 116 Vosskuhler, Max 21,167 - W - Wagle, Robert 85 Wasley, W W. 24 Walker, Robert 160 Ward, Doug 21 Wallace, Nick 140 Wallraff, Charles 125 Weaver, Lynn 17 Walsh, Betty 124,172 Watts, E. 83 Weatherly, Betty 22 Wertman, Kenneth 24,130,151,153 Webb, Donald 125 Weldy, Lloyd 117,263 Welchert, William 85 Wene, G. P. 150 Weston, J. 90 Werner, F. G. 85,164 White, Donald 134 Whitby, William 124 Wiager, R. 125 Wiersma, Frank 85 Whitmore, Jean 138,165 Wellborn, Cecil 24 Wilkie, Edward 142,171 Willie, Peete 371 Wilkinson, Jimmy 142 Williamson, E. J. 142 Williams, Samuel 115 Wilmsen, Edwin 115 Wilmot, Charles 85 Williams, John 159 Wilson, Carole 167 Wilson, David 85 Wilson, P. 90 Wilson, Jean 20,182,34 Wilson, Keith 126 Windsor, David 21,167 Wood, Mary 88 Woodbury, Richard 128 Wright, G. P. 85 Wright, Neal 85 Wymore, A. Wayne 1 1 1 Wynn, Ruth 139,214 Yall, Irving 130 Y Yerkes, Martha 24 Yoakum, Edwin 142 - Z - Zaitlin, M. 83 Zapotocky, Joseph 138,161 Zander, Leona 139 139,259 85 85 371,373 121 126 85,164 134 449 STUDENT INDEX Becker, Burton 358 Becker, Ruth 306 Beckley, Nancy Ellen 314,267 Beckman, Curt 351,63 Beckman, William Lee 99 Becraft, Stephen 369 Beddo, Kay 99 Bee, Merlyn James 251 Beebe, Richard 364,251 Beggs, Donnie 319 Behall, Alan 364,162 Behrns, Charlene 316,99 Belzad, Rohani 351 Belcheff, Koste 165,263 Bell, Boyd Wm. 260 Bell, Gene 169 Bell, George 109 Bell, Jane 308 Bell, Leslie 319 Bell, Marjory 280,47 Bell, Shauna 314,100 Bell, Thomas 344 Bell, Vicki Ann 107 Bellinger, Nancy 310 Belman, Fred 358 Benavente, Carlos 161 Bendalin, Bernice 267 Bendixen, Nancy 174,267 Bene, Robert William 340 Benesch, Wayne 349 Bennerr, Ladine 174 Bennett, Gary 265 Bennett, James 110 Bennett, Ronald 250 Bennett, Sandra 308 Bennett, William 110 Bennie, John 281,160 - A - Aadland, Harold 134,289 Aaronson, Lewis 125,142 Abbott, David 362,91 Abbott, Dianne 318 Abbott, Tully 251 Abbott, Judy 410 Abbo tt, Patricia 413,412 Abbott, Robert 356 Aborn, John F. 268,47 Abrams, Allan 358,264 Abrams, Susan 303 Abromovitz, Jeanne 132,300,60,52 Acedo, Roberta J. 253 Ackerman, Edward 335 Ackley, Patsy 318,32,178,64 Ackley, W. 159 Acomb, Bruce D. 250,290 Acuna, Augustine 359,387 Acuntius, Faith 251 Adams, Edwin 264 Adams, James 261,163,266 Adashek, David 142 Addlesperger, Charle 290 Addonizio, Anthony 346,43 Adler, Evelyn Sue 307,39 Aftergut, Benita Fae 276,300 Addstein, Nadene P. 274 Agren, Linda Mary 236 Aguirre, Rowene 294 Ahlberg, Joann 262 Aiello, James A. 332 Ajeman, Matthew L. 109 Aker, Philip M. 252 Akey, Kathleen L. 310 Albinson, William 342 Alburg, Jo Ann 254 Alcumbrac, Robert 334 Alday, Armando 248,263 Alderson, Jay 329 91 29,180,157,34,52 Aldrich, Helen 310 Aldrich, Peggy 280,294,231 Alessio, Bud 336 Alex, Larry D. 70 Alexander, Angris L. 353 Alexander, Elizabeth 320,99 Alexander, Fred D. 281 Alexander, George E. 364 Alexander, Thomas 265 Alexander, Ed 351 Alexander, Vern L. 333,371 Algert, Norman E. 166 Alibrandi, Thomas 349 Alker, Hollie J. 303 Allebrand, Patti A. 316,317,276,71,64,410 Allen, John P. 351 Allen, Rick 344 Allen, Maxie Wm. 99 Allen, Maxine Eliz. 255 Allendorf, George 125 Allison, Leona 280 Allred, Dustin 91 Almada, Ismael 91,163 Almand, George 161 Alquist, Jon 328,268 Al-Rabbat, Mohamad 269 Alsever, Robert 326 Altentaler, Susan 253 Alter, Anita Dianne 318 Amado, Maria 296 Amirkhan, Beverly A. 298 Andara, Ladisla 262 Andersen, Elmer P. 91 Anderson, Arvid ..356,284,250,391 Anderson, Bernard 261 Anderson, Beverly 308 Anderson, Bonnie 291,412 Anderson, Christopher 328 Anderson, Fred 71,169,263,74 Anderson, Henry 166 Anderson, Jean 314 Anderson, John 162 Anderson, La Donna 316,99,294,231,261,53 Anderson, Lawrence 347 Anderson, Michael 355 Anderson, Norman 325 Anderson, Robert 348,91 Anderson, Sara 312 Anderson, Stuart 159 Anderson, Susan 277 Anderson, Ned 349,74 Anderson, Tom George 290 Anderson, Wayne 284 Andrews, Glenn 70 Andrews, Marie 263 Andrews, Chickie 263,312,313,99,53,60 Angel, Nancy 272,171,174 Angelo, Joseph 24,170,173 Angle, Carol Ann 320,272 Anhorn, Larry 260 Anlcliffe, Sam 391 Antinoro, Francis 158 Antone, Phyllis Ann 254,259,268 Apalategui, Alphonse 115,70,175 Araneta, Yolanda M. 253 Archer, Frances N. Archuleta, Archie Areghini, David G Arino, Frederica Arkush, Sharon Arkin, Richard Armagost, Leon Ray Armer, Walt Armijo, Anita I. Armstrong, John Armstrong, Richard Arnold, John Arnold, Leslie Paul Arnold, Thomas Aros, Armando Aros, Cecilia Arvizu, Armando M. Ash, Marilyn Ashby, Robert C. Ashcraft, Gordon R. Askins, Barbara R. Ashley, Howard T. Ashton, Harold W. Askegaard, Judy Ann Aspinwall, Lynn Astiazarin, Gloria C. Auli, Norman George Audi, Richard Austin, Diane Avila, Ralph Ayers, Janet Azelton, Philip - B - Babcock, Clara 272 Babel, Nancy 318,99,162 Babiak, Anthony Ray 349 Bachand, Gerald 341 Bachelier, Luis 387 Bachrach, Judith 307,43 Bachtel, Warren 260,262 Backus, Diane Jean 291 Backus, Peter 356 Bacon, Deborah Jean ..318,178,64 Badger, Kent 331 Baehr, Carla Jan 272 Baer, Otto 334 Bagshaw, Al 336 Bahl, Martha Jane 275 Baile, Sam 403 Bailey, Brian 362 Bailey, Louella 306,410 Bailey, Susan Lynne 320,275 Bailey, Wanda 314 Bain, Bill Ross 379 Bain Reginald 72,175 Baird, Charles 354 Baker, John Roland 336 Baker, Paul 358 Baker, Richard John 160 Baker, Roy Wilson 333,332 Bakken, Jan 312 Balazs, Ann Goodwin 306 Baldwin, Anthony 351,350 Bayes, Don 387 Ballesteros, Jose 288 Band, Judith 307 Banegas, Dorothy 125 Banta, Alford 364 Baral, Evelyn 250 Barbee, Joe Ed 364,109 Barber, Bettie Jo 314,99 Barber, M. James 109,171,160,53 Barc, Laurie Wanda 280,263,74 Barchas, Judith 132,267 Barclay, Dave 162 Barden, Nora 272 Barden, Thomas 261 Barie, S ally 314,226,276,227,232,224,64 Barizon, Peter 333,401 Barker, Elizabeth 298 Barker, Flora 99,66 Barker, Laurence 115,71,263 Barkley, Marsha 308 Barnard, Denice 320 Barnes, Janice 253 Barnes, Lawrence 328 Barnes, Mary 267 Barnes, William 347,63 Barnet, Thomas 260 Barnett, Linda Lee 268 Barnett, Patricia 304 Barnhard, Phillip 283 Barnhill, Kay 308 Barnum, Patricia 255 Barr, George 174,160 Barr, Earl 109 Barraclough, Bill ..354,282,65,233 369,59,53,386,390,39,387,388 Barrett, Janet 314 Barrett, Mina Jane 274 Barrett, Toni Ann 298 Barrie, Marjorie 316,99,29,31, 180,182,34,35,39,38,60,53 Barringer, John 255 Barris, Ronald Roy 338 Barrow, Jerry 325 Barrow, Mark 325 Barry, Donald Edward 253 Barry, Mariann 267 Barstis, Susan Gale 303 Barthels, Dan Bruce 351 Barthels, Gwynne ..312,313,295,62 Barthold, William 284,379 Bartholomew, David 160 Bartholomew, George 341 Bartholomew, Richard 109 Bartlett, Michael 351 Barton, John 362,263 Banish, Howard 397 Basett, Linda 115,171,163 Bassin, Stan 358 Bastis, Francis 330 Basye, Dick 349 Batiste, Ron 353 Batoon, Elnathan 364 Battenfield, Sandra 272,164 Battersby, Richard 281 Baty, Beverly Aileen 132,280 Bauman, Pamela Agnes 298 Baumann, Karen A. 278 Baumgart, Edward 166,261 Bayat, Mustafa 262 Bayles, Arthur 328,342 Bays, Donald Ray 333,332 Beach, Joanne 314,291 Bean, Rebecca 316,302,412 Bear, Otto 406 Beard, Richard 156 Beard, Robt. Leroy 346,160 Bearman, Sandra 307,278 Bearse, Catherine 308,278,259 Beatty, Paula 312,239 Beaufeaux, Richard 166,161 Beavers, Don 264 Beaver, John Alan 351 Beaver, William 284,336,99 Beazley, Edmond Buzz ....321,342 Bebee, Lynda 272 Bechtel, Ellen May 320 Beck, Harriet Nan 304 Beck, Jonathan 330 Beck, Thelton 120,260,166 Benson, Carl Edward 258,404,399 Benson, Cremin 356,399 Benson, John 326,110 Bentley, Mary 267 Benzel, Donald Wm. 344 Benzick, Larry 354 Berard, Alton 110 Berg, Barbara Joan 72 Berg, David 351,379 Berge, Brent 350,351 Berger, Barbara 175 Berger, Moise 120,168 Berglind, David 356 Bergmann, John 332,125 Bergquist, Leslie 288 Bergquist, Robert 242,312 Bergstrom, Anne 277 Bergstrom , Charles 344,63 Bergthold, Gordon 333,332,288,257,386,390,387 Berkenkamp, Charles 351 Berman, Carol Ann 276 Berman 300 Berman, Judy Anne 307 Bernabei, Alvin 356 Bernal, Ralph 287,271 Bernard, Cody 70,72 Berneberg, Howard 324 Bernstein, Abagail 271 Bernstein, Barry 359,387 Berry, Andrew 338 Berry, Ray 284 Berry, Scott 336 Berryhill, Jon 284 Bess, Barbara Ann 276 Bess, John 326 Bettman, Mary 125,280 Betts, Lawrence _350,351,110,28, 29,18,31,182,187,180,58,53, 40,36,35,34,173,170 Betts, Susan Jane 275 Bezona, Norman 287 Bailkowski, Michael 253 Biby, Jill Elaine 274 Biggam, Carolyn Ann 320 Bilgray, David 252,268 Billings, Bruce 255,248 Billings, Richard 364 Binaski, John 335 Bingaman, Rachel 308,39 Bingham, Helen 260 314 362,363,33 379 304 275 287 261 321,344 253,170 356,162 332 354 362 253 72 253 285 273 253 290 312 287 356 304 72 172 333,371 342,283 318,91 253 174 289,169,74 450 340 207 100,253 326 296 371 333,371 338 120,168 162,158 362 272 110 323,120 312,100 323,325 323,263 316,162 325 325 379 312,100 165 172 258 332 333,332 298,14 298,114 91,157 260,158 342 268 332 326 ..169,265,262 265 276 391 320 330 397 313 107 342 319 313,312,39 350,284,371 351,400 134,261 282 350,351 100 362,387 351,350 316,226 310 335 91, 387 269 342 267 251,266 70 304,305 338.91 332 308 248 254,248 310,280 303 ' 346 120 110 391 304 310,311 335 397 354 324 306 280 251 162 314 342 91 291 344,84,142 253 324 Birch, George 172 Bird, Grant 122 Birkemeyer, Paul 84 Bishop, Gerald Lee 84,265 Bishop, Wallace 342 Bivens, Scott 335 Bivens, Bill 321,356 Bixler, Linda 316 Black, Elizabeth 320 Black, Joanne Marie 314 Blackman, Garnet 267 Blass, Claude 341 Bleke, Glenna 320 Blagemore, Dennis 70 Blanchard, Howard 261 Blanchard, Jack 362 Blassett, Linda 280 Blassingame, Robert 266 Bleakley, Anne 310 Bledsoe, Carol ....316,317,276,369 Bledsoe, Susan 304 Blemberg, Jim 257 Bliss, Charles 90,81,292 Blitt, Casey David 359,358,63 Bliwas, Ronald Lee 361,43 Block, Barbara 300,175 Blois, John Allan 379 Blom, John 351,32 Bloom, Billye 71 Bloom, Susan 70 Blount, Hugh 346 Blow, Mable 166,261 Blue, Susan 320 Bluestone, Victor 125 Blumberg, Jim 257 Blut, Jerry 91 Boatright, George 334 Bobbish, Juanita 310 Bodell, Dave 316,243 Bohart, James 342 Boles, Sharon Lee 314 Bolerjack, Bill 165,263 Bolger, Margaret 291 Bolton, Jean Ann 291 Boman, Brad 335 Bommer, Gene 341 Bono, Phillip 268 Bonham, Carol 311,294 Bonner, Pat 354 Bonnette, Haven 313,275 Bonnyman, Alexandra 320 Boonstra, Sandra 259,413,408 Booth, Barbara Anne 319 Booth, Beverly Jean 319 Booth, Hub 321,349 Borbon, Martha 132,267 Borchard, John 288 Borcherdt, Fred 348 Borg, Jeffry Paul 364 Borowiec, Mathew Wm. 166 Borsic, Charles 166 Bosket, Gary Alan 91,157 Bourne, Kenneth 325 Bouschor, Barbara 310,265 Bouskos, Ernest 321,326 Bouton, Gary Lee 351 Bowe, Barbara Lyn 320 Bowen, Gayle Elaine 253 Bowen, Ted 338,49 Bowers, Andrea, Jan 175 Bowers, Carl Allen 142 Bowersmith, John 356 Bowker, Brenda 312,312,100,163,409 Bowman, Jeanie 320,125 Bowman, Penny Donna 319 Bows, John Waldon 335 Boyer, Charles 169 Boyer, David George 260 Braatz, Robert 134,156 Brach, Bonnie 412,410 Brackett, Carolyn 260 Bradbury, Wm. 63,184 Braden, Robert 356 Bradford, Michael 326 Bradley, Carolyn 314 Bradley, Orrin 356 Bradshaw, Tom 400 Bragg, Rodney Lees 351 Braman, Patricia 100,298 Brammer, James Wm. 330 Brandt, Starr 280,47 Branham, Jo Ann 318 Branin, Loyd Brantley, Margaret Braun, Joan Bray, David Bray, Judith Ann Brechler, William Breinig, Howard Brewster, Samuel Brice, Calvin Bridges, John Briedis, Samuel Briggs, Mary Helen Briggs, Robert Briggs, Ronald Lee Brightman, Constance Brimhall, Arthur Brimmell, John Bringhurst, Lynne Brinkerhoff, Spencer Briscoe, James Briscoe, John Ed Briscoe, Nancy Briscoe, William Britt, Ned Britt, E. J. Brittain, Gary Dale Brockbank, Leroy Brockelsby, Judith Brockelsby, Judith Broder, Sheldon Bromley, Sara Broms, Peter Alan Brooks, Beverly Brooks, Edwin Brooks, James Brooks, John Harris Broome, George Brostrom, Mic Brown, Alex Brown, Barbara Mann Brown, Carlton Brown, Craig Brown, Gail Diane Brown, Jacque Brown, James Brown, Marsha Kay Brown, Nancy Ellen Brown, Patrick Brown, Robert Brown, Ronald Lee Brown, Steven Brown, Thomas Leroy Brown, Vera Brown, William Lee Browne, Alaxander Browne, Donna Rae Brownfield, Diana Browning, Ronald Joe Browning, Thomas Broyer, Michele Bruce, Cicardi Bruce, Mary Elaine Bruce, Susan Bruckleman, Peter Bruckschen, Beverly Brush, James Bryant, Donald Bryant, Linda Louise Bryce, Ben Bryfogle, Charles Bryson, Nancy Buchanan, Barbara Jo Buchanan, Charles Buchanan, Robert Buchheit, Charles Buckner, Harry Buchwalter, Susan Buckingham, Nancy Buckley, Edward Buckner, Eldon Buckner, Harry Buckwald, Robert Buckwalter, Jean Buehl, Nancy Buehrer, Richard Bueche, Clifford Bulger, Margaret Bulger, Robert Bulkeley, Joe Bullamore, Marjorie Bulley, Brian Bunker, James Bunting, Clifton Bunting, Bob 321 Buran, Dennis 342 Burch, Agnes Ann 310 Burch, Betty 308 Burch Gwennyn Burch, Rosemary 304 Burgett, Elizabeth 276,253 Burgett, George 351 Burggraaf, Cornelia 319 Burgher, Patricia 316 Burk, Diana 319,318,262,62,50 Burke, Barbara Sue 300 Burke, Jim 392 Burke, Sharon 254,262 Burkhart, Ford 331,268,45,63 Burkman, Elizabeth 313 Burks, Nancylee 115 Burleson, Lou 329 Burner, Dale 362 Burnett, Barbara 296 Burnham, David 336 Burns, David 358,91 Burns, Jack 110,160 Burns, Kathryn 250 Burr, Milton 260 Burr, Walter Eldo 338 Burris, Grace 413 Burroughs, Thomas 268 Burstein, Gerald 358,282 Burton, Margaret 319,294,162,41,240 Busailah, Mohammad 269 Bushnell, Ralph 122 Buskirk, Lynne 320 Bussey, Kenneth 351 Bustamante, Carlos 70 Bustamante, Fredi 332 Bustamante, Rudy 166,161 Butler, Barbara 268 Butler, Donald 103 Butler, L. Nelson 63 Butler, Margaret 303,264 Butler, Norma 310 Butler, Patricia 320,277,226 Byars, Robert 262 Byrd, Chuck 161 Byrne, Diane 303,2$67 Byrne, Michael 261 C Caddell, Billy 169,263 Cagalj, Mitchell 336,163,40 Caine, Karen Louise 304 Calderon, Michael 287 Caldwell, Conrad 253 Calihan, Mary 272 Callender, Nancy 298 Callison, Suzanne 317,275 Callum, Jeff 358 Calvin, Christine 253 Cameron, Donna 340 Camp, Stephen 340 Campbell, Barrie 357 Campbell, George 333,332 Campbell, Linda Rae 267 Campbell, Patricia 291 Campo, Mary 333,244,298,230,195,228 Canalez, Wm. Joseph 166,261 Caniglia, Gerald 351 Cantey, Carol 308,87 Cappelletti, Sybil 310,410 Capriola, Michael 351 Card, Helen 313,260,164 Cardon, Joanne 262 Carey, Jane 320,100 Carley, Elizabeth 100,66 Carlisle, Dick 265 Carlson, Glenn 285 Carlson, Wesley 120 Carlson, Pamela 298 Carman, Victor 331 Carney, Charles 289 Carney, John 371 Carnivale, Beverly 170,173,167,157 Carolan, William 125 Carpenter, Con 74 Carpenter, Donald 349,71 Carpenter Emily .306,125,66.163 Carpenter, Gerald 285,251,258 Carpenter, Boyd 346,91,158 Carr, James 344 Carr, Judith 175 Carr, Michael Louis 326 Carr, Michael Ted 362 Carr, Richard 110 Carrell, Stevean 174 Carrillo, Irene 319,318,64 Carrillo, James 31 Carrillo, Leslie 100 Carroll, F. Michael 351 Carroll, James 364 Carroll, J. A. 166 Carroll, Joseph ....353,371,377,376 Carroll, Thomas 265 Carroll, Thomas 254 Carroll, William 125,217 Carroll, William 364 Carruth, Susan W. ..308,309,71,74 Carter, Glenn 110,160 Carter, Grant 344 Carter, Jon 281 Carter, Russell 332,337 Cartmell, Sandra Lee 294,298 Casanova, Angela 172 Case, Gary Russell 363 Casey, Katherine 125 Cashin, James A. 110,160 Cason, Barbara Lee 100,259,413,409 Cassel, William 351 Cassidy, Edward 157 Castro, Robert 341 Catherall, Michael 286 Catlin, Edith Mary 317 Catlin, S. Petite 317,29,180,33 Caton, Gerald 346 Cavner, J. Paul 251 Cayce, Forster 330,323,397 Caywood, Richard 283 Caywood, Gene 251 Ceizyk, Dennis Frank 341 Ceizyk, James 341 Celli, Thomas 333,387 Cervantes, Douglas 332 Cerwin, Joyce 125,278 Cesarini, Roland 100,261 Chadwick, Douglas 264,158 Chadwick, Harriet 303,412 Chadwick, Louise 303 Chaifetz, Gerald 358 Chaitlen, Lois 300 Chambers, Loretta 274 Chambers, Melville 324 Chambers, Susan 273 Chan, Paul Chan, Cyril 110,282,160 Chandler, Jane 314 Chandler, John 137,161 Chapel, James 266 Chapman, Douglas 91 Chapman, Wayne 344 Chappel, James Reid ..91,157,158 Chard, Robert 168 Chase, Elizabeth Ann 306,84,255,66,259,264 Cheairs, Sue Ellen 320,274 Cheatham, Linda Jean 279,254,262 Cheeseman, Shirley 132,267 Cheney, Williim 338 Cheney, William 338 Chenoweth, Nancy 303 Chewing, Lucy 409 Chiate, Barton 358,359 Chiatovich, Caryn 291 Ching, Anthony 253 Chinnock, John Farr Chisholm, Donald 125 Choisser, Donald 165 Chorna, Stephen 361 Chrisco, Larry 83,260,258 Chirstensen, Jo 101,298 Christensen, Karen 296 Christensen, Lee 348 Christensen, Mimi 253 Christensen, Cathy 313 Christian, Rob 59 Christie, Micky 161 Christofk, Robert 338 Christy, Barbara Ann 267 Christy, Hollie 317,115 Christy, Theodore 344,379 Christy, John 137 451 Chuppa, Paul 349,91,295 29,180,157,34,36,33 Church, Constance 255 Churchman, Allison 279,39 Cicala, John 253 Cielecy, Walter 379 Ciri, Paul 253 Citron, Kenneth 332 Clack, Patricia 76,272 Clare, Monte 344 Clampitt, Stuart M. 338 Clare, Elisabeth G. 306 Clark, Smitty 125,295,296,297,163 Clark, Carol Jean 315 Clark, Darell 125,284 Clark, Douglas 258 Clark, Douglas 342,63 Clark, Ian 173 Clark, Judith 277 Clark, Sandy 332 Clark, Marilyn 304 Clark, Sandra 310 Clark, Terence Gray 357,91 Clark, Terry Eugene 302,142 Clarke, Daniel 258 Clarke, Mark 257,387 Clarkson. Curtis 112,156 Clausen, Marc 329 Clausen, Monte 282.381,64 Clay, John Paul 332,260 Clayton, Nancy 296,297,230 Cleary, Kathleen 253 Cleary, Mike 253 Cleever, Neil 364 Clements, Robert 350,351,101,29,32,180,58,53,58 Clemow, Patricia 303 Cleveland, Barbara __115,171,174 Clevenger, Sara 317 Click, Sally Ann 308 Clifford, Richard 170 Clift, Carolyn 298 Clikeman, Peter 334 Cline, Barry 168 Cline, Sally 308,309,32,39 Close, James 253 Clothier, Judith 313,312,101,29,18, 31,71,180,34,35,60,54,217 Cloudt, Nadine 92 Clover, Dee Ann 319 Clovis, Patricia 63 Chien, Mary 265 Coady, Diana Jean 313 Coar, Linda 275 Cochella, Carol Eliz 313 Cochran, Mike 342 Cochran, Baker 285 Cochrane, David R. _362,265,399 Cochrane, Jacqueline Coddington, Stewart 362,363 Codomo, Joseph J. 72 Coffey, Doyle 159 Cohen, Jo Ann 300 Cohen, Max Benjamin 330 Cohon, Melvin L. 361 Cohn, Patti Jo 320 Coil, Robert 344 Coiner, Kenneh 266 Colangelo, Arthur 350,351,63 Cole, Anthony 288 Cole, Harold 358.92 Cole, Joe 180,35,44,59,54,46 Cole, Judi Marie 315,291 Cole, Lu Anne 254,262 Cole, Marjorie 410 Cole, Ronald 283 Colell, Bruce 169 Coleman, Diane 278 Coleman, George 358 Coleman, Joanna 278 Coles, Nancy Lynn 303 Colin, Anne C. Garcia 310 Collette, William 342,243 Collier, Donald 92,283,163 Collings, Robbie 321,51 Collins, Caryl] L. 306 Collins, Charlene 74 Collins, Donald 170,173 Collins, Judy Ann 306 Collins, Nancy 308,294 Collins, Robert 342 Collins, Wallace 336,337,379 Collins, William 134,156 Collingsworth, Wm. Lee 250 Collor, Gail 313 Colwell, James Wm. 337 Combs, Cynthia 317,273 Compton, Nancy 304,305 Condos, Chas. Tmoas 260 Conlisk, Lester 357 Conn, Norman 137,165,161 Conn, Phoebe 251,296,239 Connel ly, Constance 313,312,43,64 Connolly, Carolyn 274 Conover, George Conroy, Mary Conroy, Penelope Contreras, Joe Wm. Contzen, Sally Lyle Contzen, Susie Marie Conway, William Edward Cook, Ira Earl Cook, John Michael Cook, Kenneth Joe _350,351,371 Cook, Valerie 263 Coolidge, Richard Coon, Robin Coon, John Cooper, Alex Cooper, Ardis Cooper, Barry Cooper, Diane Eliz Cooper, Forster Cooper, George Rbt. Cooper, George Robert Cooper, James Cooper, Judy Lee Cooper, Carolyn Cooper, Ronald Guy Cooper, Susanne Cope, Kathryne Copeland, Evelyn Coppa, Jon Copple, Leonard Wm. Corbet, James Lewis 354,92,59,54 Corbet, John 351 Corbet, John 351 Corfman, Judith Ann 315 Cornett, Lynn 101 Coron, Thomas 282 Corpe, Lois, Ilene 101,174,263 Corr, Budd Stewart 342 Corrales, Steven 110,160 Correa, Eduardo 269 Corea, Christina 278 Coskey, Michael 341 Cosper, William 325,110,254 Cola, Eva 92 Cotterman, Linda .320,321,82,64 Cottrell, Ronald G. 289,158 Coulson, Martha Ann 303 Coulter, Carole 319 Covey, Richard 349 Cowen, Judith 315,259 Cox, Carol Gwen 310 Cox, Frances Gwynne 305,295,337,36,33,62,62 Cox, Stephen 288,251 Cox, B. T. 343 Coyle, Nancy Ann 313,312,295,408 Coyne, Jeremiah John 253 Craft, Martha 279 Cram, Susan Wright 304 Crampton, Don Paul 336,337 Crane, Cherl 280 Crane, Van Courtney 348 Caner, Phyllis 310,311,232 Crawford, Emory 84 Crawford, Jim 165 Crawford Stephen 364,255 Creith, Richard 344 Cress, Leighton 357 Creth, Chris 399 Criley, Georgiann 409 Criss, Carole 253 Criss, Jean 253 Crissey, Margaret 321 Crittenden, Rennie 351 Crockett, Webb 122,166 Crockett, Mary E. 308 Crockett, Verdell 325,254 Crosby, Patricia Ann 344,33 Cross, Walter 166 Crow, Lowell 335 Crowder, Lou 344,92,29,30,31,240,58,54,58 Crowder, Kenneth 251 Crowell, Charlene 277 Crowell, David 343 Cruise, Chas 348 Crum, Carol Ann 278 Crumbacher, Paul 326 Cubelotti, Mary Ann 267 Cuellar, Sergio 92 Cuison, Lynda Lee 251,294,303 Cumerford, Helen 310 Cuming, James 84 Cumming, Mary Lou 315,295,170,265 Cummings, Howard 351 Cummings, Ralph 326 Cummins, Margaret 310 Cunningham, Jean 24 Cunningham, Pat 101,170 Cuppe, Donald 346 Curran, Patricia 310 Currie, Susan 319,162 Curry, Donald 92 Curtis, Richard 323,325,74 Curtis, Robert 172 Curvelo, Richard 349 Cutler, Suzanne 321 Cutter, Butch 344 -D- Dack, Jacquelyn 313,245 Daggett, Susan 253 Dagley, John Carl 286 Dahliquist, Eugene 351 Dailey, Lynne 308,309,101,163,413,409,408 Dalessandro, Kerran 298 Dale, Elizabeth 43 Dalquist, Gene 379 Dalzell, Jon 321 Dalzell, James Edwin 351 Dalzell, Thomas 350,351 Dandy, Bill 118 Dancona, Alfred 358,359 Dandurand, Barbara 245 Danenhauer, Beverly 101,296 Daniel, Frances 280,164,39 Daniel, Dan 326 Daniels, William 70 Danziger, Sanford 29,32 Daoud Daoud, Nessim 110 Dardenne, Ankringa 315 Darling, Richard Stuart 362,92,251 Darnley, Bruce Wm. 283 Darrow, A. Ann 310,110,230 Baucona, Al 321 Davenport, Mary 277,298 Davenport, Richard 284 Davidson, Allen Jay 361 Davidson, Lee 156 Davidson, Frank 172 Davidson, George 258 Davidson, Hope 272 Davidson, Johnny 351,84 Davidson, Lester 35 Davidson, Philip 348 Davidson, Susan 410 Davidson, Willard 338,110 Davies, George 351 Davies, Judith 313 Davis, Charles 163 Davis, Charles 344,125,264 Davis, Evelyn 251,268 Davis, Franklin 326 Davis, Genie Eliz 310 Davis, Joette 308,309,230,39 Davis, Judith B. . .315,314,87,159 Davis, Miles 282 Davis, Natalie 275 Davis, Ramona 72 Davis, Bob 344 Davis, Ruth 279 Davis, Vicki Ann 308,291 Davis, Zona 274,66 Davison, Curt 349 Davitch, Jerry 284,371 Dawson, Wayne Edw. 340 Day, Alan 351 Day, Nina 298 Dayton, Paul 42 Dea, Stanley 110,251,170,173,160 Deane, Janet 291 De Armond, Keith 168 Decker, Paul 354 Deckter, Larry 358,285 Decus, Bob 344 Deddens, Mary 308 Deem, Marcia 266 De Francesco, Horace 332 Degen, Ronna 300,410 Degrazia, Jerry 362 Dehlinger, Frances 92 Deines, Frederick 125,289 De Jong, Lytle 115 De La Fuente, Mario 343,391 Dela Garza, Rudolph 357,356 De La Rosa, Francisco 253 DeLavina, Miriam 306,279 De Leon, Barbara 125,279 Del Favero, Dean ....101,288,271 Delgado, Margaret 253 Dellacorino, Benny 288 Demayer, Martha 313,275 Demchak, Mary 291,76 DeMille, John 326 Deming, Penelope 315 Deming, Robt. Nui 337 Dempster, Larry 281 Dennett, Gage 315,314,64 Dennis, Diane Eliz. 321 Dentino, Bonnie 291,266 De Pinto, Linda 298,260 Derby, Lynn 303 Derby, Newton 340,251 Derby, Roberta 306 Dernes, Fred 334 De Rocher, Julia Ann 302 Despain, Anona 224,262 Detweiler, Kenneth 323,349 Deutsch, Larry 359 Devlin, Robt. 126 Dewey, Ronald 349,92,266 Diamos, Clay 332 Diaz, Adolfo 161 Dice, Don Oliver 338 De Cicco, Anne 315,314,101,32,29,180,60,54 Dickerson, Robert 126,172 Dickerson, Thomas 335 Dickey, Betty 315 Dickey, Gretchen 313 Dickey, John 255 Dickey, Romay Jean 254,262 Dickson, Michael 330,63 Dicus, Walds 40,63,184 Diddy, Gerald 338,92 Diener, Peter 330 Dietz, Charles 359 Di Giorgio, Michael 343 Dikeou, Deno 344,92 Dill, Richard 326,84,142,171 Dillavou, David 346 Dillon, J. Richard 354 Di Lorenzo, Fred 332 Dinsmore, Philip 334 Dinsmore, Susan 303,32,64 Dircks, Suzann 276,260 Dishinger, Susan 308 Dixson, Mary 262 Dobric, Katherine 313 Dodge, Caroline 310 Dodge, Kathleen 66 Doehring, Don 110,289,271 Doerrer, David 101 Dohmen, Lotar Egbert 343 Dole, Chas. Herbert 343 Donnelly, Terrence 90,351,283 Donohue, Brian 71,72,175 Donohue, Rory James Doody, Dennis Edward _301,341 Doolan, James 290 Doolcn, Mary Lou 319,318,231,229,162 Dooley, Ed 321 Dooley, Eugene Mm. 118 Dora, Judythe Anne 319 Dorazio, Joan 303 Doroney, Bill 243 Dorsey, Arlene 268 Dorsey, Joan 276 Dotton, Frederick Doty, Gary Dean 258 354 319,409 319 120,122 308,411 308,43 110 92 326 120,122 70 337 253,165 137,165 250 291 330 325 325 340 98 321,101 362 310 411 169,262 163,264 452 Doty Mickey Don 110,142,162 Dotzler, Hans 261 Doubet, Nan 321,275 Douglas, Robert 357,126 Douglas, Walter 346 Douglas, Wayne 92,152,160 Douglass, Lloyd 379 Douglass, Rebecca 174 Dow, Richard 323,342,343,65 Dowd, Douglas 326 Dowd, James Patrick 326 Dawdle, Steven Leon 250 Dowdy, James Lee 332 Downer, Randy Lee 343 Downey, Carol Jean 254,262 Downey, Joe 292 Downey, William 314 Doyle, Brenda Anne 291 Drake, Miranda 302,260 Drake, Peter 337,126,267 Draper, Douglas 341 Draper, Richard 166 Drew, Barbara Rae 321 Drinkwater , Barbara 319,318,158,41 Druliner, Doug 362 Dryden, Penelope 317 Duarte, Celia 126 Dubin, David 359 Dubuy, Henry 162 Due, Don 321 Duffey, Nancy 313 Duffy, Derobah 291 Duffy, Michael 90,343 Duggan, Odonel 348 Duick, John 110 Dukes, Robert Dale 286,268 Dull, Ray 331,254,142 Dum, Larry 353 Dunbar, Allan Robt. 347 Dunbar, Kimball 282 Duncan, Gwynne 274 Duncanson, James 126 Dunipace, Doug 346,126,255,29,142,65,171,54 Dunlap, Daniel 330 Dunn, Diana 90,276,266 Dunn, Larry 348,284,257,392 Dunn, Peter George ..322,321,326 Dunnigan, Richard 357 Dunphy, William 92,283,157 Duntley, Geraldine 317 Duplain, Jan Eliz. 321 Dupre, Barry Edw. _346,283,255 Duran, John 337,101 Dussair, Robt. Kent 331 Dutcher, Pamela 317 Dutt, Marvin 101,382,59,387 Duwe, Marilyn Irene 313 Dvorak, Ronald 92,285 Dwick, John 335 Dye, Hare 399 Dykman, Jean 150 - E - Earle, Robert 288 Earley, Mary Beth 319 Easley, Donald 264,275 Eastin, Harold 351,399 Eastlick, Harry 326,93 Ebbert, Donald Wm. 347 Eckert, Richard 161 Eckman, Richard 362 Eckton, Ronald Ray 258 Edberg, Barry 359 Edelen, Owen 357,266 Edie, Patricia Ann 321 Edlund, Philip 323,350,351,157,63 Edinas, Robert 92 Edmundson, Bob 34 Edwards, Ann 308 Edwards, Grace 308 Edwards, James 357,406,400 Edwards, John ....349,110,142,171 Edwards, Mary 317 Edwards, Tom Edwards, Susan Edwards, Virginia Edwards, Willis Eggleston, Susan Ehrlich, Joan Eidsvold, Harold Eighny, Lee 357 Eisele, Lloyd Ed .354,93,157,59 Ekblad, Joan 315 Eldridge, Glen 359 Elers, Karl 134,156 Elers, Liza 296 Elias, John 337 El Khalidy Abdul 262 Ell En, Ann 277 Elliott, Clifford 282 Elliott, Gordon 334,159 Elliott, Kim 230,304,305,162 Ellis, Albert 163 Ellis, Jeffrey 354,401 Ellis, Susan 251 Ellis, Vernon 344,162 Ellison, Harold 365,70 Elner, Tex 337 Elsberry, Lloyd 242,142,162 Ely, Susan 320,321,126 Elzey, Michael 165,162 Encinas, Robert 284 Endert, William 166,161 Eng, Jean 225,161 Engel, Barbara 319 Engel, Glorianne L72 Engelhard, Kakki 308,275,265,260 Engel, Walter Spence 334 English, Kathleen 303 English, Pat Van 159 Englund, Susan 253 Epp, Paul Morris 361 Eppenberger, K. C. 273 Eppler, Patricia 267 Eppstein, Robert 122 Epstein, Al 359 Erbe, Frederick 324 Erbe, Nancy Ann 319 Erenfeld, Peter 351 Erickson, Christine 291 Erickson, Jeffrey 72,175 Ernenwein, Zeta Mae 92,302 Eron, Joseph 361,158 Erskine, Blain 338 Ervin, Thomas Ross 263 Esch, Lee 120,122 Eskew, Leta 267 Espinosa, Hector 115,165,263 Estabrook, Dean 169,74 Estavillo, Francisco 338 Estes, William 323,346,110,65,174,160 Estrada, Leonard 141,142 Estrella, Lucille 253 Ettinger, Leonardd 93 Evans, Edwin Clyve 260 Evans, Ernest Melvin 101 Evans, Loron Gerald 343 Evans, Phil 387 Everett, Joyce 66,174 Ewald, Barbara 306,115,254,66,171,263 Ewald, Doris Eleanor 261 Ewald, John Arthur 250 Ewart, Phillip 71,169,263,74 Ewing, Chas. West 362 Ewing, Judith Ann 306,226 Ewing, Ronald Ewing, Tom Harold 110,173,266 Eyster, Carol Irene 276 - F - Faer, Roberta 274 Fahey, John James 93 Fakes, Jane 317 Falkenhagen, Jan 362,363 Falkow, Richard 265 Fall, Joyce 278,39 Fannin, Bill 336,337 Fanoe, Susan Jean 304 Farabee, Charles 354 Farber, Clifford 361 Farquer, Sharon 412 Farrell, Edna 278 Fassler, Larry 257 Fassnacht, Carol 255 Faulks, Jimmy 371,375 Fazen, Victoria 266 Feasel, Hal 350,351,371 Feinberg, Richard 281 Feldheim, Richard 359,29,65,180,33,61 Feldman, Robert Feldman, Robert Fellner, George Feller, Robert Fellows, Roger Fenton, Sandra Fenzi, Chas. Cammillo Ferguson, Anna Lee Ferguson, James Ferguson, James Ferguson, Jeffry Ferguson, Judith Kay Fern, Espino Fernandez, Pedro Ferrell, Oscar Lugo Fesko, Lois Fey, Jared Fickas, Donald Ficzeri, Irma Field, John Fields, Susan Figueroa, Antonio Fike, Arvin Filtatrault, Thomas Finch, Don Kent 255,172 Finerman, Jesse Roy ..361,282,252 Fink, Pauline 274,231 Finke, Tom 344 Finkelstein, Gerri 300,29,180,33,62 Finkelstein, Raphael 172 Finley, Susan Lynn 319,275 Finnern, John 346 Finney, Fred N. 110 Finney, Mary Susan 306 Finster, Charles 343 Firestone, John 332 Fischman, Kurt 261 Fish, Milton 359 Fisher, Darell _326,126,142,65,162 Fisher, Kent 287 Fitchett, Dan Lewis 351 Fitzgerald, Ann Lynn 317 Fitzgerald, Katherin 296 Flanagan, Kathleen 321 Flatt, Betty 253,267 Fleetham, Arlene 253 Fleischer, Isabelle 276 Fleming, Robt. 343 Fleming, Roland 110 Fletcher, James 338,110 Fletcher, Kathy Ann 315.409 Fletcher, Sharla 101,279,71 Flickinger, James 351 Flickinger, Jane Ann 313 Flickinger, Kenneth 120,122 Flores. Arthur 258 Floun, Sandra Jean 304,126 Floyd, Carol Lynn 306 Flynn, Thomas Martin 253 Flynn, Wesley 284,382,381 Focht, Sandra Jo 104 Foley, Jaclyn Kay 303 Foli, Joseph 289 Folk, Roberta Rae 315 Folkins, Faye 306,101,66,171,172,66,60 Follett, Scott Chas. 292 Fonte, John 330 Ford, Douglas 166,261 Forgey, Buster 344 Foristall, John 357 Forsyth, Steve 321,362,363,43 Fossati, Joseph Wm. 348,282 Foster, Donald 326 Foster, Elizabeth 101 Foster, Nancy 277 Foster, Thomas 166 Fowler, Judith 319,101 Fox, Carol Rita 279,271 Frailey, Carol Lynn 308 Frailey, Patricia 303,264,235,265 Fralic, Judith Ann 302 Frampton, Sonya _315,314,294,62 Francisco, David 337 Francom, Stanley 325 Franklin, John 343 Franklin, Pamela Ann 291 Franks, George Wm. 362,363 Frannea, Jim 251 Frans, Dick 343 Franzi, Emil 348 Fraps, Virginia 278,175 Frauenfelder, F. Ann 273 Frauenfelder, Roger 336,337 Frazin, Roberta 300 Fredenburg, Carol 254,409 Freeland, Nancy 308 Freemon, Albert Wm. 134 Freemon, Fred 363,379 Freiberg, Mickie 361,282 French, Joanne 93,272,271,267,157 Fresco, James 168 Frevert, Francine 308 Freyer, Thomas 93 Freytag, Arthur 84,163,159 Fried, L. Richard _354,63,405,401 Friedland, Stephen 70,72 Friedman, Patricia 307 Fritschel, Sharon 291 Fritzi, Jeff 391 Fritz, Ronald 101 Fruman, Al 257 Fuchs, Barbara 278 Fugate, Loren Henry 258 Fuhr, Kathy Ames 171 Fuller, Barbara Joan U0 Fuller, Diane 101,302 Fuller, Gary James 349 Fuller, Joan Anne 313 Fuller, Judith 313,312,291,226,224,163,41,369 Fuller, Patricia 317 Fuller, Susan Allen .. 304,245,272 Fuller, Susan 338 Furlong, Nancy 101,274 Furney, Harry Ray ....323,364,260 - G - Gabriel, Richard 326 Gabusi, Christina 101,259 Gaede, Patricia 120 Gage, Patricia Ann 267 Gagnier, Theodore 332 Gagnon, Gretchen 315 Gaines, John 347,72 Gala, Rosemary 102,163 407,480.409 Gale, Margot Belle 43 Gallagher, Dennie 352 Gallagher, George 166 Gallagher, Paul 283,341 Gallegos, Sarah 88 Gallo, Anthony 343 Gallup, Lana Jo 76 Gallup, Sherry 303,230,229 225,171 Gantt, Penelope Jo 313 Ganz, Georgi -)1 I Garate, Victor 281 Garcia, Gloria 87 Garcia, Penelope 278,253 Garcia, Rudolph 332 Gardenswartz, Art 359 Gardin, Jo Ann 254 Gardner, Horace 357,170,167 Gardner, James 136 Gardner, Marvin 325 Garfinkel, Larry 361 Garis, Robert 371 Garmager, Art ' 92 Garniner, Jim 361 Garretson, Walter 357 Garrett, A. Richard 332 Garrett, James 333,332 Garrett, Roger Earl 144 Garrison, Roy 349,371 Gaskin, John Edwards ..350,351,63 Gates, Karen 315 Gault, Penny 39 Gay, Orville Dell 357 Gaylord. Donna 320,321,409 Geare, Mary Brooke ' 72 Geary, John 753 Gease, Carmen 310 Geddes, Bonnie ' 78 Gee, Gloria Anne 317,102 Gee, Wilson Geers, Mary Anne ' 96 Geiger, Jerome 343 Geiser, Edward 173,160 Geller, Joy 252,300,291 Gemmell, Alexander 184 Geniec, Wally 110,170,173 German, Stanley 166 Gernand, Karen Gayle 74 265 317 317 284 315 300 351 172,157 90,257 391 281 343 272 290 313,312 287,163,266 90,93,31 354,63 315 410 110,160 142 115 70,72 337 259,413,412 328,321 276 253 266 157 255 453 Gershaw, David 170,173,45,47 Gerst, Stephen 285 Geyler, Ted 120,166 Ghio, John Mathew 334,93 Gibbons, Boyd 168 Gibbons, Carole Ann 306 Gibbons, Patricia 102 Gibbs, Carolyn 315,314,115 Gibbs, Phyllis Ann 49 Gibson, Martha 72 Gibson, Michael 285 Gideon, Katherine 317 Giesecke A. Henry 285 Gigicon, John 264 Gilbert, Edward 351 Gilbert, Hu gh 351 Gilbert, Joel 361,252 Gilbert, Joseph 361 Gilbert, Kathleen 310 Gilbert Marianne 317,316,126 60,54,60 Gilbert, Nada Jo 280 Gilbert, Nancy Ann 308 Gilbert, Walter 348 Gilchrist, Glenn 330 Gildersleeve, Chas. 90,93 Gilkerson, Tally 24 Gill, Frank 288 Gillaspie, Barbara 304 Gillaspie, Nancy 304 Gillenberg, Nancy 278 Gillespie, Jack 371,378,376,373 377,374 Gillespie, Ronald 161 Gillespie, Victoria 265 Gillis, Patricia 313,275 Gillon, Zanna 275 Gilstrap, Barbara 272 Gimmestad, Molly 306 Gimple, Herman 337 Girdler, Nancy 304 Girten, Eileen 253 Girten, Kathleen 253 Given, Cordie 267 Givens, Diane 315 Gladden, Frederick 397 Glass, Hedra Mae 245,294 300,230 Glass, John Burns 343 Glattke, Theodore 341,63 Gleason, Katherine 116 Gleeson, John 102 Glendening, Michael 334 Glenn, Gary Sherman 332 Glickman, Phyllis 300 Glickman, Stanley 323,361 Glorvigen, Thomas 284,379 Glover, Jan Souther 321 Glover, Thomas 83,330,84,158 Goehrig, Richard Geo. 290 Goetz, John Herman 335,371 Goff, Judith Anita 274 Goldberg, Norton 165,161 Golden, Gary 361 Goldfield, Larry 257 Goldman, Diane 127,298 Goldman, Marilyn ....307,272,260 Goldman, Ron 361 Goldstein, Howard 261 Goldstein, Martha 390,267 Goldstein, Susan 307 Goldwater, Michael 342,343 Golseth, Carolyn 296 Gommel, Carroll Jane 319 Gonzales, Frank 341 Gonzales, John 127 Gonzales, Nazario 362,363,129,262 Gonzalez, Beatriz 310 Goo, Lawrence 283 Goodall, Erlita Ann 296 Goode, Franklyn 357 Goodfarb, Jay 359 Goodfellow, Michael 282 Goodkin, Marianne 42,64 Goodlive, Johnna 277 Goodman, Arleta 304 Goodman, Edward 359 Goodman, Gail 294,300,226 71.410 Goodman, Kenneth 323,325,254 Goodridge, James 351 Goodson, John 120,166 Goodwin, Edward 288 Goodwin, Patricia 265 Gordon, Archie 326 Gordon, Carlton 287 Gordon, Tom 92,282 Gordon, Gayle 315,291,60,54 Gordon, Helen 127,272 Gordon, Gale 319,318,166 Gordon, Bob 361,63 Gordon, Tom 157 Gordon, William 357 Gorlin, Beverly 307 Gorman, Allan Rich 357 Gormley, Ralph 332,92 Gorry, Thomas 371 Gosch, Nancy Lynn 317 Gould, William 361,61 Graf, Reed Edgar 289 Graham, Donald 349 Graham, Patricia Ann 317,316 328,244 Graham, Peter 351 Graham, Billy 284 Grando, Michael 70,72,71 Grant, Ann 291,267 Grant, James 351 Grant, Neil 127 Grant, Robert 349,260 Grant, Conroy 342 Grant, Virgil Edward 284,379 Grantham, Robert 351 Graves, Delladee E. 308 Graves, Thomas 357 Graves, William T. 344 Gray, Charles Vance 357 Gray, David 71 Gray, Dee Ann 36,64,409 Gray, Lynda Jean 313,369 Gray, Paul 25 8 Greeley, Margaret 321 Green, Carol 306 Green, Evert 165 Green, Hal 359 Green, Sam 342,70 Green, Judith 307 Green, Mary Susan 298 Green, Michael 92,257,266 Greenberg, Alana 300 Greenberg, Ray 359 Greene, Carole 93 Greenhow, Jon 321 Greenlund, Nelson 323,295 Greenstein, Harvey 359 Greenway, Tate Earnest ....347,110 Greenwood, Kathryn 300 Greer, Rebecca 317 Gremel, Douglas 265 Grenda, Stanley 168 Grennan, Nancy 127,298 Grey, Linoa 312 Griffin, Frank 332 Griffin, Gwendolyn 304 Griffin, Walter A. 127 Griffin, Barrick 354,84 Griffith, Happy 65 Griffith, James 261,266 Griffith, Roberta 308 Griffiths, Richard 285 Grinnell, F. Hugh 326,142,171 Grisaffe, George 331 Griswold, Margery 313 Groener, Jack 286 Grosenbach, John 137 Gross, Ina 267 Gross, Walter 161 Grossman, Diane 307 Grounds, David Lee 120,122 Gruenberg, Leonard 282 Gruendyke, Richard 339 Guerrero, Joel 344 Guertner, Gary Lee 334 Guest, Morris 283 Gulbransen, Bari 313 Gulliksen, Diane 317 Gunderman, William 281 Gunderson, Gail 317,174 Gunnels, Jack 112 Gunrud, Sharon 102,302 Gurley, Mary Karen 315 Guseman, John Moore 362 Gustafson, Jerry 252,268 Gutierrez, Luis 387 Guzman, Richard 351,165,161 Gwynn, Jim 356,357,379 Gyuro, Joyce 253 - H - Haas, Andrea 298,267 Haas, Donna Sandra 276 Haas, Linda Lee 313,232 Hacht, Donna 267 Hadden, Gordon 286 Haddock, Carolyn 3 08 Hadley, Charles 168 Hadley, Sheri 50 Haehl, John 343 Haer, Pat 298 Hage, Ann 308,267 Hague, Teresa Susan 253 Hahn, Robert 337 Haid, Paul Leo 332 Haider, Frank 341 Haines, Carole 39,64 Haldeman, Virginia 279 Hale, Diana Helen 317 Hale, Danny 351 Hale, Dee 277 Hale Nancy 274,66 Hale, Sandra Lynne 304 Haley, James Alvin 343 Hall, Catherine 272 Hall, Charles 351 Hall, David 326,160,399 Hall, Emilie Ann 267 Hall, Jean Eliz 267 Hall, Larry 362,363,64 Hall, Peter Murphy 337 Hall, Deane 102 Hall, Thomas 110 Hall, Thomas 268 Hall, Virginia Ann 244,272 Hall, William 354,63 Halland, Jack 354,284,142 371,171 Halstead, Gerald 351 Halvorson, Larry 351 Hamblin, Robert 102 Hamilton, Barbara 92,296,297 Hamilton, Charlyn 304 Hamilton, Janet 278,259 Hamilton, Marcia 298 Hamilton, Marcia 298,410 Hamilton, Richardd 326,65 Hamlin, Robert 286,271 Handelman, Linda Rae 300,65 Handmaker, Hirsch 323,359,55 Haney, John 268,45 Hanhila, Matt 350,351,285 61,397,400 Hanley, Lee Thomas 344,32 Hanna, David William 351,92 Hannley, Maureen 298 Hansen, James 346 Hansen, Robert 362,261 Hanson, Angela Dee 310 Hanson, Janet 87 Hanson, Jody 264 Hanson, John 340 Hanson, Maureen 275 Haraison, Jerry 391 Havught, Eldon 258 Haralson, Terry 351,284,379 Harding, Laurene Gay 132,280 Hardt, August 284 Hardy, Kay 170,262,254 Hardy, Thomas Egan 349 Harkins, Dee 283,266 Harlan, Margaret 302 Harlow, William 334 Harman, Dennis 354,260 Harmer, Diane Mae 313 Harmon, Gary 162 Harmes, June 265 Harmon, Sarah 251,262 Harper, Tana 274,265 Harre, Fred 258 Harrigan, James 334,162 Harrington, Susie 279,251,259 Harris, Ann Linville 308,272 Harris, Arlene Ann 276 Harris, Edmond 351,92 Harris, Kay 255 Harris, Harriet 274 Harris, Judith Ann 317 Harris, Kenneth 351 Harris, Lawrence Harris, Marilyn Harris, Michael Harris, Richard Harris, Robert Harris, Sheldon Harris, Susan Harrison, Jane Harrison, Susan Harrison, William Hart, Donna Lee Hart, Judith Mason Harte, James Hartman Robert Harwin, Gary 32 3,356,357 Haskell, Phyllis ....317,71,162,410 Hasseries, Robert 323,346,285 248,31 Hasseries, Thomas William 251 Hassey, Thomas 332 Hastings, Lawrence 326 Hastings, Philip 290 Hatheway, David 321,341,258 Havelaar, Judith 315 Hawbecker, Byron 168 Hawes, Ernest 337 Hawke, Mary 317,32 Hawkinson, David 343 Hawley, Sue 259 Hayden, John 337 Hayden, Terrence Hug 94 Hayer, Kathleen 310,32 Hayes, Barbara 275 Hayes, Martha Alice 315 Haymore, Jennette 43 Hayner, Kim 322,325,321 Haynes, Kathy 42 Haynes, John L. 341 Hays, Helen Louise 321 Hazard, Al ice 115,278,271 Hazen, Tom 324 Head, Norma 278 Head, Sidney 162,160 Healy, Raymond 162 Heap, Bruce 325,254 Heard, Charles 379 Heard, Michael 288 Heard, Robert 110,160 Hearn, Margaret 174 Heatherly, Charles 260,262 Heathorn, Debris 319,127 Hecht, Alice Joan 300 Heckendorn, Earl 102 Heckler, David 344,110 Hedding, Warren 387 Hedlund, Linnea 308,309,413 Heep, Mary Ellen 272 Hefler, Joe 251 Heflin, William 350,351,63 Hefner, Ellen 280 Heideman, Richard 337,282 Heidemann, Ray 362 Heil, Rebecca 267 Heineman, Janet 317 Heinz, Mary Ellen ....302,137,165 171,161 Heinz, Ruth 275 Heiss, Ronald 72 Heller, Steve 71 Heller, Richard 323,348 Helm, Justa 321,127 Heiman, Donald L. Helms, Karen 102,259,412 409,408 Helsten, David 337 Hemmer, William 102 Hemminger, Lee 357 Henderson, Mettalou _137,165,161 Hendrickson, Trudy 409 Hendrix, Jesse 157 Hendry, Gillean 317,275 Henry, James 127 Henry, James 348 Henry, Robert 357,242 Henry, Sharon 302 Heny, Parra Joseph ....110.,253,160 Henze, Robert 102,262 Herberger, Harold 332 Herbert, Jeanne 259 Heredia, Amelina 172 Herlihy, Barry 326,94,29,65,55 Herlihy, Nancy 303,273,39 351 319,237 253 361 163 361 303,291,71 102,298,411 410,409 102,302 286 314 298 94 263 454 Hernandez, Albert 137,161 Hernandez, Joe _342,371,378,377 374,376,375,373,372 Hersh, Marjorie 252,273 Hershey, Alan 326,65 Heslar, L. E. 159 Hespen, Julienne 315 Hess, Beverly Kay 372 Hess, Naomi 127 Hesse, Michael 127 Hevly, Richard 163 Hcwson, John 282 Hext, Gordon 94,263 Heyman, Barbara 276,252,300 Hibbs, John 346,282 Hickey, Cornelius 346 Hickman, Carol Ann 315 Hickman, Madelyn ....315,314,102 Hicks, Cynthia Marie 315 Higgins, Cheryl 279,213,268 Higgins, Penelope 94,298 Higuera, Henry 286,161 Higuera, Norma 253,410 Hilberg, William 343 Hildreth Houy ....320,321,169,262 Hill, Alene 315 Hill, Ben 351 Hill, Frank Richard 347 Hill, James 142 Hill, James 344,94,59,55 Hill, James William 171 Hill, Julie 275,255 Hill, Michael Olan 258 Hill, Nina 321,127,265 Hill, Pamela 280 Hillis, Durrell 339 Hines, Linford 94,260,156 Hinkle, Kathleen 320,40,55 Hinnant, Gordon 353 Hipsh, Linda 252,300 Hirsch, Joel Terry 361 Hirschler, Emery 287 Hirschy, Sheila 310,102,265 Hiscok, Ray Steven 336,337 102,284 Hively, David ....347,111,142,171 Hively, Salli Ann 275 Hoag, Stefanie 303,71,410 Hoaglund, Karen 304,305 Hoak, Linda 317 Hobson, Phillip 289 Hock, Donald 348 Hockings, Peter William 335 Hodge, Judith 320,321,232,369 Hodges, Alta Ruth 102 Hodges, Della 308,277 Hodson, John Clyde 264 Hoetsoi, Margarty 279 Hofmann, Don 391 Hoffland, Barbara 298 Hoffman, Larry 332,94 Hoffman, Earnest 94 Hoffman, Susan 33,239 Hofmann, Don 354,251 Hogan, David 134,112,156 Hoger, Norman 264 Hokuf, Joan 310 Holbrook, Kenneth William 344,84,142,284,371,375 Holden, Bill 321,348 Holdren, Jeff 363 Holladay, Douglas 325 Holland, Henry 255 Holland, Sam 255,400 Hollenbeck, Richard 343 Holleran, Brenda 115,280,169,262 Hollingsworth, James 260 Holloway, Paul 344 Holly, Frances 94,302,266 Holman, Dennis 263 Holman, Jack Carroll 405 Holmes, Curtis 288 Holovachka, Demetri 351 Holt, Donna Kay 272 Holt, Linda Dee 317 Holzer, Robert 285,350,257 Honaker, Thomas 285,260 Honeck, William 288 Honer, Beverlee Sue 275 Hood, Thomas William 332,282,157 Hooker, George 337 354,286 Hoopes, Doug Ed 351 Hoover, Jerry 281 Hopkins, Marylynn 296 Hoppe, Rutherford 263 Hopper, Sherry Lynn 276,260 Horgan, Sara 253,296,291 Horlings, Ann 320 Horn, David 361 Horn, Paul Dean 260 Horn, Roberta 272 Horne, Mark 361,165 Horner, Veronica Ann 70 Horsman, Susan 127 Horton, Charles 357 Horton, Jay 384 Horton, Richard Leon 250 Horwitz, Dian 300,175 Hossler, David 357,356,66,178 51,64 Houghton, Kathleen 313 Houser, Peter Cox 354 Housewright, Vernon 94,157 Householder, Frank .631,142,165 Hovland, Sharon 102 Howard, Barbara Rae 304,276 Howard, Carole 275 Howard, George 344 Howard, Llew 180,318,319„36,64 Howard, Terry 344 Howe, Judith 298,260 Howe, Richard 94 Howell, Gene 357 Howey, Charles Edward 348 Howie, Richard Earl 173 Howsmon, Alice Ann 315 Hoyos, Victor 286 Hozer, Norm 346 Hubbard, Thomas 354,399 Hubbard, Veronica 127,172 Huber, Corinne 94,273,164 Huber, Joan Carolyn 296 Huddleston, Janice 303 Hudson, Edwin 333 Hudson, Jack 281,392 Hudson, Patricia 298 Hudson, Phyllis 308,309,51 Hughes, James Ray 357 Hughes, John 285 Hughes, Marsha Gail 315 Hughes, Mary Ann 310 Hughes, Roberta Ann 298 Hughes, Sandra Rae 310 Humble, Marvin 102 Hulick, Norman A. 333,332 Humber, Corinne 274 Humphries, Richard H.._..316,243 Humphrey, Alan Baker 84 Humphrey, Charles Wm. 354,94 Humphrey, Robert 160 Hunsaker, Ralph 122 Hunt, Jerry 339,338,63 Hunt, Kenneth 336,337,387 Hunt, Quince Norman 289 Hunt, Sally Louise 317 Hunter, George 347 Hunter, Leslie 346 Huntington, Margaret 296 Hunts, Barney 332,111,170 Hupperth, Heinrich, R 347 Hurlbut, Frances 39 Hurley, Kathleen 320,321,102,162 Hurley, Phillip 94,157 Hurt, Judith 317,102,259,412 409,408,407 Hurwitt, Robert 70,72 Huson, Neil 326 Husted, Tom 265 Hutchens, Julie 321 Hutchison, Fred 354 Hyde, Charles Leo 292 Hyman, Karen Lee 300 - I -- Iatarola, Rubina 253 Ide, Carolyn Louise 306 Imhoff, Phil 400 Imhoff, Herwart 286 Inches, Duncan R. 47 Inches, Karin F. 266 Inderlied, Donald K. 337 Ingwalson, James 337,251,156 Irick, Linda 272,38,64 Irwin, Joseph 122 Isaacson, Jean 317 Isenberg, Barbara 301 Isenberg, Sandra 307,274 Ismay, Bill 333,332,102,29,28, 31,311,34,35,55 Izatt, John 362,363 - J - Jacka, John 94 Jackson, Barbara Ann 319 Jackson, Donald 94 Jackson, Mary 280 Jacobs, Arthur 94,253,266 Jacobs, Judy 277 Jacobs, Lionel 340 Jacobs, Max 70,72 Jacobson, Carole 296 Jacobson, George 365, 295 Jacobson, Jay Kee _354,285,31,43 Jacobson, Lon 321 Jaggi, Rodolfo 134,156 Jaklitsch, Arlene 253 Jameson, Mary 313,102 Jansse, Carole 296 Janssens, Charles 169,262 Jarvis, F. Kay 276 Jarvis, Thomas 283 Jay, Robert 323 Jean, Stuart 343 Jeffries, Edwin 337 Jeffries, John 333,332,31,41 238,61 Jeffrys, Allan 284 Jenckes, Joseph 72 Jenkin, Roger 287 Jenkins, Marilyn 277 Jenkinson, Sue 308,175 Jenks, Melvin 344 Jenks, Nicholas 265,260 Jennings, Thomas 324 Jensen, Hans Carl 288 Jerge, Michael John 261 Jerman, Stanley 120 Jewell, Nancy Lynn 321 Joehnk, Michael 332 John D. Geoffrey .334,323,321,61 John, Jack 282 Johns, David 344 Johns, Gail 298 Johns, Richardd 343 Johnson, Alfred 323,348 Johnson, Barbara 296 Johnson, Beverly 275 Johnson, Brenda 275 Johnson, Bruce 343 Johnson, David 258 Johnson, Everett 334,174,160 Johnson, Jim 336,292 Johnson, James 45 Johnson, Janet Lynn 308 Johnson, Janis Kay 266 Johnson, Jarold 335 Johnson, Jennifer 310,264 Johnson, Joan 232,162,62 Johnson, Joyce Ellis 310 Johnson, Judith Lee 308 Johnson, Karen R. 308 Johnson, Karen 278,39 Johnson, Kenneth 340 Johnson, Linda 313 Johnson, Margaret 310 Johnson, Marilyn 272 Johnson, Milton 286 Johnson, Patricia 264 Johnson, Ray 261 Johnson, Richard 357 Johnson, Richard 371 Johnson, Robert 111 Johnson, Robert 122 Johnson, Butch 354,284 Johnson, Ronald 406 Johnson, Sue 267 Johnson, Wendell 111 Johnson, Bill 258 Johnston, Wes 351,94 Johnston, Lorna G. 90,94,274 Johnston, Patricia A. 278,259 Johnstone, Karl 336,392 Jones, Charles 344 Jones, Derry 331 Jones, Dottie 277,71 Jones, Harry 103 Jones, James 351,63 Jones, Judy Carolyn 321 Jones, Kathleen 128,250 Jones, Lilah 250,267 Jones, Lucia 291,259,412,410 Jones, Nancy Anne 321 Jones, Pauline 321 Jones, Robert 70 Jones, Robert 341,397 Jones, Sharon Kay 319 Jones, Sally 275,39 Jones, Sandra 319 Jonkey, Mary 308,363,245 Jordan, Dena Ann 253,274 Jordan, Frank 323,350,351 Jordan, Jimmy 332,94 Jorgensen, Anne 317,316,244 162,369 Jorgenson, Jeffrey 357 Jorstad, Norman 261 Joseph, David 359 Joseph, Janet Anne 310,87 Josey, Jane 274,301 Joy, Bob 329,84 Juber, Clifford 260 Judd, Archie 111,160 Judd, Leonard 354,297 Jury, William 352 Justice, David 258 K- Kafenhaus, Michael N. 111,160 Kahn, Barbara 304,305 Kahn, Jane 132 Kahn, Regina 265 Kalil, Barbara Ann 304,305,95 253,164,64 Kalil, Gloria 304,305,253,158 64,67 Kalil, George 253 Kaluzniacki, Sophia ....264,266,265 Kamerling, Barbara 39 Kantz, Joan 213,42,64 Kaplan, Saranne 307 Karam, Elizabeth Ann 321 Karam, Michael 343 Karmen, Jane 294,295,298 Karnitz, Anita 310,311,103,180 38,55 Karp, Gene 121 Karp, Leonard 63 Karzy, Ali 84 Kasenetz, Jerrold 361 Kashman, Howard 361 Kasten, Robert 357 Kaster, Robert 324,295 Kasulaitis, Gayle 103,276 Katafiasz, Thomas 161 Katcher, Brenda 301 Katcher, Michael 361 Katekaru, James 168 Katz, Michael Norman ....321,364 Kauffman, Bonnie 410 Kaufman, Ann 273 Kaufman, Fredric 128 Kaufman, Harlean 95,301,300 35,48,55 Kaufman, Judith Ann 313,230 Kaufmann, Susan 301 Kaur, John James 174 Kawchack, Xenia 84 Kay, Fredric 95 Kay, Jane 128,294,300,301,29 31,60,55 Kay, John 321,346 Kay, Larry 359,95 Kearney, Kenneth 340 Keating, Thomas William 286 Keenan, Patricia 103 ,273 Keene, Alice 306 Keener, Avery Ann 321 Keeth, Marya 103,280,253 Keever, Neil 111 Kegaries, Sally Ann 315 Kehl, Kenneth Mike 379 Keisel, Sulanne 296 Keiter, Alan 332 Keiter, Steve 264 Keith, Julie M. 303 Keith, Lawrence William 70 Hoon, Howard 455 Keither, Judy 410 Keller, Janice Kelley, Donald 011ie 397 Kelley, Faye Delois 276 Kelley, Katherine 313 Kelley, Linda 251 Kelley, Nancy Lee 298,260 Kelley, Alec Kellogg, Paul 326 Kelly, Michael 352,63 Kelly, Nancy Jane 32 Kelsay, William 263 Kelsey, Christine 276,262 Keltner, Wanda 319,39 Kempner, Patty 411 Kenan, Charlotte 308,158,64 Kenan, Thomas 344 Kendall, Joan 103,298 Kenley, Gary Markham 379 Kenneavy, Virginia 298,260,39 Kennedy, Dick 161 Kennedy, Dorris 321 Kennedy, Jacqueline 304 Kennedy, John Donat 290 Kennedy, Judith 79 Kennedy, Louis 357,356,298 Kent, Barbara 267 Kenworthy, Rae 229,164 Kenyon, Gaile 318,369,64 Kepner, Carolyn 170,266 Kerr, Virginia 321 Kerr, Steven George ....350,352,371 Kerrick, Bob 326,63 Kerstitch, Alexander 323 Kertesz, Peter 111,170,173 Kesner, John 362,363,238 Kessler, Nancy 278,165 Ketchen, Suzanne 291 Keyes, David 352 Keyes, Lynn 317,116 Kidd, George 162 Kielhorn, Caryl 174 Kienow, Margaret 306 Killen, John 348 Killinsworth, Curts 288 Kim, Yung Yull 173 Kimball, Judith Ann 280 Kincaid, David 164 Kincaid, Karen 410 Kinerk, Burton 31,168 King, Bertha 265 King, Dennis Ray 343 King, James Leo 259 King, John 260 King, Kay Ellen 273 King, Kenneth 266 King, Michael 343 King, Richard 165,161 King, John William 258 King, Tom 343 Kingsbury, Keith 160 Kinietz, Mary 319 Kinkaid, Karen Kay 235 Kinney, Richard 165 Kinnie, Elizabeth 260 Kinnison, William 331,142,171,159 Kinzie, Michal 277 Kipperman, Robert 330 Kirchheimer. Thomas 349 Kirchhoff, James 261 Kirchoff, Carolyn 308 Kirin, Constance 272 Kirk, Graham Vance 357 Kirk, Peggy Jo 306,260 Kirpatrick, Carol 71,74 Kirkpatrick, Pat 116 Kirkpatrick, Ralph 352,84 Kirshner, Judy 410 K irsten, George 349 Klaiber, Martha 319,318,369 Klamm, Susan Lee 315 Klein, John Van 360,361 Klckner, John 163 Klimpker, Donna 103,262,167 Klingenberg, Dan ..328,84,268,159 Klumb, Kay Louise 321 Knapp, Ellyn 317 Knight, Carol Kay 306,274 Knight, Edward 346 Knittle, Rosemary 103,298 Knop, Nancy Ann 298 Knorr, Eric 283 Knott, David 284,379 Knotts, Walter 344,371,257 Knowles, Janet 319 Knowlton, John 90,267 Knox, Barbara Ruth 315,272 Knox, George 330 Knutson, Joan Eliz 310,275 Koelsch, Beatrice 103 Koenigstein, Linda 308 Koeth, 278 Kohfeldt, Frances 321 Kohlstaedt, Kath 275,271 Kolb, Mervin 361,95 Kominek, Maribeth 308 Kooistra, Judith A. 76 Kooistra, Karen Mae 317,95,164 Koomer, Barbara 291 Kopec, Donald 161 Koplin, Diane 301 Kopper, Harold 103,166,261 Kortkamp, Laurene 278 Kosser, Tommy Joe 352,284,379 Kotovic, Robert Harris 157 Kowalski, Vaughne 302 Kraemer, Phil 286 Kraftmeyer, Carole 315,158 Kramer, John Joseph 334 Kramer, Larry Jay 349 Kramer, Neil 282 Kramer, Norman 337 Kramer, Robert Allan 359 Kramer, Suzanne 280,226 Kranhold, Sharon 132 Krane, Herb 359 Krantz, Jeneene 307 Krantz, Dennis 257 Krause, Sara Lou 301 Krcager, Anne 298 Krebs, Susan 306 Krehnke, David 282 Kreigh, James 160 Krepel, Richard Pat 253 Krissman, Carol 252 Krivel, Judith Anne 304 Kroll, Connie 321 Krongaard, Robert Lee _341,253 Kropf, Pamela 264 Krotenberg, Stanley 121,166 Krucker, Thomas 399 Kruse, Allan 344 Kruse, Robert 331 Kubeck, Ronald 334,128 Kuber, Jacqueline 317 Kubishke, Allyn 142,165 Kudenholdt, John 262 Kuhl, Signe Jean 306 Kuhn, Donald 259 Kuhn, Frederick 325 Kuhn, Rudolf, Jr. 357 Kuliga, Casimir Chas. Kulik, Bud 228 Kumar, Vijayendra 269 Kummer, Barbara Jo ....306,103,66 Kunkel, Mildred 274 Kunz, Carolyn 275 Kurant, Marjorie 307 Kushen, Barbara 307 Kyl, Jon 321,346 Kyle, Laurie Jean 308,260,268,411 Kyriannis, Emanuel 128,283 - L - La Bar, John 111,174 La Belle, Gerald 339 Labuzan, Jules 400 Lacagnina, Joseph 103 Lacy, Charlean 104,254 Ladd, Linda Lou 298,259 La Due, John 72 La Fevers, Garye 387 Larne, Charles 283 Laird, Hugh 166,161 Lamb, Laverne 296,297,226 76,174 Lamb, Michael Lee 337 Lambert, Barbara Lee 321 128,235 Lambeth, Clayton 323,329 265,159 Lamontagne, Ann 253 Lamoreaux, Donna 245 Lancaster, Leon Parr 330 Landau, Larry 172 Landon, Hal 344,72 Landon, John 343 Landon, Wayne 343,342 Landram, Elizabeth 321,408 Lane, Charles 260 Lane, Michael 387 Lang, Mary Etta 280 Lange, Davidd 282 Lange, Thomas 172,258 Langfordd, Richard 325 Lanning, Lucy 272 Lansdale, Edward 258 Laos, Anthony George 265,258 Lapin, Edward 361 Lapins, Douglas 338,111 Larkins, Laura 254 Larriva, Michael 323,356,357 34,61 Larriva, Nellie 253 Larsen, Marion 306 Larsen, William 107 Larson, David 324 Larson, Frances 298,260 Latham, Vicki Jean 272 Lau, Frederick 285 Laurell, Linda 298 Laudon, Robert 343 La Valle, Janet Ann 310 Lawrence, Sandy 280 Lawrence, Sally 317,272 Lawrence, Stephen 233,369 Lawrence, Suzanne 310 Lawson, Jerome 120 Lawson, Walter 288 Layton, Linda Sue 310 La Zar, Arthur M. 359 League, David Warren 343 Leaming, George 261 Leavenworth, Alice 313,280 Leavitt, Laura 310,311,36,62 Leavitt, Gloria 180,274 Leavitt, John 172 Le Beau, Mary Ellen 253 Le Blanc. Melanie 298 Lederer, Jerry 359,95 Ledwith, Paul 45 Lee, Randy 104,277 Lee, David Joe 353 Lee, Jack 95,263 Lee, James 166,161 Lee, Lisette 104 Lee, Ping 165,161 Lee, Richard Roy 330 Lee, Steven 137,161 Leenhouts, Judith 321,408 Leeper, Barbara 310 Le Febure, Tamblyn 323,347 Le Fevre, Tom 339 Lehman, Janice 301 Lehman, Nelson 354,63 Leighton, William 357 Leiwant, Alan Jon 321 Lekander, Mary Ann 306 Lerman, Patrick 334 Lenoir, Carter 401 Lenoir, William Jeff 401 Lenox, David 83,84 Lentz, George Harry 341 Leprevost, John 355 Lerch, Stanford 166 Lerner, Alan Merle 359 Lerner, Sonia Carol 30,32,274 Levi, Richard 361 Levin, Larry 359 Levine, Althea 116,171,174 Levine, Barry 282 Levine, Nathan 111 Levis, Michael 331,265 Levy, Bernard 364 Lewandowski, Paul 341 Lewin, Marci Carol 301 Lewis, Brent 336,337 Lewis, Charles 258,158 Lewis, Don Vernon 289,387 Lewis, Joanne 253 Lewis, Kathryn 313 Lewis, Phillip 260 Lewis, Sandra 298 Lewis, Susan Faye 321 Ley, Sharon Kay 310 Liberty, Linda L. 319 Lichtenberger, T. G. Liddicoat, Albert Lieberthal, David Liechty, Norman Lifshitz, Edmond Lighter, Val Ligon, Bill Lim, John Lim, Marie Lindemann, Laura Lindloff, Jack Lindloff, Paulette Lindsay, Jennifer Lindsey, William Lippelt, Robert Lipper, Linda Lee Lippmann, Roy Lipscomb, Gary Lipsky, Ronald Lisherness, Harley Litt, Theora Ruth Little, Mary Eliz Littler, Gail Livingston, Warren ....284,371,378 374,257,377,373,59,56 Lloyd, William 282 Loebe, 313,280 Loeffelholz, June 308,253 Loeffler, George 326,327 Loevenhart, Lucy 348,104 Lofton, Gale 356,379 Loftus, William 166 Logan, Grant 330 Logan, Joseph 354,355 Lohman, Sally 319,318,104 Long, Austin 118 Long, Charles Dennis 95 Long, David 371 Long, Lance 354,63,387,389 Long, Linda 313 Long, Marilyn Jo 104,276 Long, Roger 321,284 Long, William 332 Longjohn, Barbara 266,43 Longley, Lois 291 Loop, Charles 331,128,268 Loper, Judith 319,158,64 Lopez, Fred Sixto 95 Lopez, Robert 95 Lord, David Allan 142 Lorentz, Carolyn 132 Lougee, Joseph Edward 253 Lowe, Brawford 340 Lowery, Ellen Beth 317 Lowres, Jill Sara 259 Lowry, Alan G. 361,283 Lubbers, Ruth Ann 321,100 Lucky, Harry 353,290,392 Lucoff, Bruce Lelie 360,361 Ludwig, Shelley 104,296,297 Luellen, John 324 Luellig, Paul 83,326 Luglan, Daniel David _336,337,43 Lumpkin, James 324 Lundberg, William 336,337 Lundin, John 356,357,72,238 Lutz, Patricia Ann 317 Lynch, Robert S. 344,128,65 Lynn, Whitney 357,70,43 Lyon, John Walter 271 Lyons, Peter Bruce 260 Lyon, Robert J. 168 Lytle, Chuck S. 336,337 - M _ McAlpin, Ronald B. 336,337 McCafferty, Lynne 313,277 McCaig, Ruth 319,104 McCall, Jay 253 McCarroll, Constance 299,298 32,29,229,180 McCarten, Paul McCarter, Peter 264,265,258 McCarthy, Hortence 267 McCarthy, Kathleen 157 McCartney, Scott 344,257 McCarty, 0. Jodelle 304,305 McCay, David 322,331,321 McChesney, Charles 266,262 McClanathan, Martha 298,299,410 McClellan, Carol 304 292 346 369,361 164 172 162 348 161 276 280,164 250 104,250,66 277 332 95 260 170 258 58 347 55 294,303,273 175,45 280 456 McClure, David 162 McClure, Sharon 308 McComb, Mary 174 McConnell, Anne 304,305,174 McConnel, Judith 87,299 McConnago, W. H. 157 McCormick, Nancy 276 McCormick, Robert 354,371 McCortney, Scott 399 McCowan, Phil 326,327,391 McCown, Perry 287 McCoy, James 111,174 McCoy, Judy 308,104 McCoy, Philip M. 70 McCoy, Raymond D 104 McCoy, Steve Lew 357,356 McCracken, Judith L. 308 McCray, Carol 313 McCusker, Robert ....142,162,160 McDaniel, Amy 313 McDole, Matthew 323,340 McDonald, Craig McDonald, Dorothy ..260,158,4 13 McDonald, James 339 McDonald, Milton 281 McDonald, Nancy 317 McDougall, Rod ....323,354,355,95 McElhattan, Neva 310 McElroy, Ellen 303 McElory, Margo 72 McEuen, Arden G. 104 McEwen, Gerold H. 288 McFadden, Kenneth 34,258 McFarland, Cloyd 254 McFarland, Lynn 310,311 McFarland, Sally A. 303,266 McFetters, Kenneth 282 McGee, Natalie Gay 291 McGhee, Michael 391 McGillicuddy, T. J. 168 McGowan, Rosemary 159 McGrath, Donald 337,257 McGrath, Pat 253 M cC, re al , Patricia 276 McGurren, Karen C. 304 McHann, John C. 348,281 McHenry, Carl 165,161 McHeill, Fred 254 McIntyre, Patience 291 McIntyre, Sharon A. _308,309,105 McKale, Curtice 362,266 McKay, Tom 263 McKean, Thomas H 169 McKee, Claudia D. 53 McKeever, Maureen 313 McKenzie, Sue 319 McKinney, Thelma 296 McKinney, Theodore 84,258 McKissick, Dorothy 310 McKnight, Julie 319 McLain, George 344,257 59,399 McLean, Maryann 253 McLister, Daniel 357,266 McMahan, Marion I11 McMahon, Kathleen 303 McMillan, Jamie 311 McMillan, Micheline _313,326,244 McNally, William 261 McNary, John 357 McNeil, William 355 McNeill, Frederick 364 McNeill, Richard 343 McNutt, Scott 326,327,128 McQuary, Rebecca 304 McQueeney, David 339 McRae, Hamilton 323,344,111 McRae Rulon 325 McRae, Mary Maude 263 McVay, Lewis Clark 352 Maccani, James 266 MacDonald, Tee 332 MacDonald, Marcia 313 MacGruder, Marion 379 Macias, Ola B. 137,165,161 Mack, Larry H. 334 Mackay, William C. 332 Mackey, David 348 MacLeod, Murray 352 MacNeill, Laura Ann 319 MacPhee, Robert B. 352 Maday, Thomas George 111 Maddox, Annette M. 128 Maddox, Leonard 353 Madera, Lynda Diane 304 Magruder, Marion 336,337 Mail, Patricia 412,409,408 Maitrejean, John Pat 346 Major, Gwendolyn 315 Malcomb, William Earl 327 Mailer, Harvey 257 Mallery, John Allen .342,343,257 Mallin, Judith 301 Malone, Janet Eliz 321 M alone, Marsha ....279,254,262,39 Malone, Rae 305,56,408 Maltenfort, Alan 365 Mandell, Stanley R. 361 Mander, J. Veronica 253,274 Mandernack, Gretchen 259,4 I 2 Mangum, Joyce 315,121 Mangum, Linda Lee 321 Mangum, Richard 121,172 Mankman, Charles 335 Manley, Janet M. 128,296,297,39 Manley, Stephen 72 Mann, Daniel James 264 Mann, Ruth 250 Manning, Barbara 313 Manning, Marjorie 313 Manring, Darryl 169,263 Mansour, Johnny 332 Mansur, Richard 161 Mapes, Richard 349 Mapes, Robert George 255,158 Maple, Patricia Ruth 302 Mapston, Raymond 251 Maraschiello, Louis 95,156 Marcoux, Kenneth 142,157 Maresh, Mary Fancy 313,104 Marietti, Johnny 344,111,142 Mark, Susan 291 Markland, Carol Ann 303 Marks, William David 361 Marler, Delphia 250 Marookin, Joe 329 Marquez, Octavio 121 Marshall, Fulton 257 Marshall, Cori 310 Marshall, Janice 313 Marshall, Marcia 317,316,104,65 369,56 Marsten, Lewis 283 Martin, Clark 164 Martin, Esther 260 Martin, James 264 Martin, Jerry 332 Martin, Judy 310,299 Martin, Leslie Beth 301,291 Martin, Leslie Hope 252,301 Martin, Richard 324 Martin, Robert 152 Martin, Samuel Hardy 340 Martin, Teddy Bruce 11,250 Martin, Timothy 343 Martin, William 357 Martinez, Oscar J. 166 Martz, Susan 128 Mashler, Christine 276 M aslin, Harvey 361,95 Masner, Morgan 95 Mason, Daniel 157 Mason, James 350,352,142,58 Mason, Susan Claire 317 Massey, Patricia 291 Mast, Lawrence 352 Mast, William Charles 350,352 128,59 Masunaga, Dawn 251 Matatquin, Genoveva 95 Matheny, Judy Kay 275,266 Matheson, Robin 254,262 Mathews, Marlene 278 Mathias, Nancy Jane 310 Matson, Judith Anne 308,87 Matsuda, Kaoru 168 Matthews, Carrie 321 Matthews, Jeanette 299 Matthias, Warren 281 Matts, Janet 320,321,104 Matyas, Keith Andrew 95 Matz, Anthony 330,284,371 378,374 Maul, Shirley Ann 306 Maus, Gretchen 296 Maxwell, Floyd 111 Maxwell, Bob 354,390,386,387 May, James 169,165 May, Judson 84 Mayer, Kenneth 257 Mayes, Barrie 282 Maynard, David 285 Maynard, Patricia 276 Mays, Patricia 280 Maza, Bernard 253 Mead, Elizabeth 278,71 Meadows, Sharon 254,262 Medema, Sharon 291 Medina, Roy 341 Meek, Beverly Ann 128 Meili, Marilyn 321 Meisels, Barry 111,173 Meissner, Wendell 357 Mejia, Norma Ellen 306 Melczer, Linda Anne 317 Meline, Cynthia Sue 299 Melone, Annette 253 Mellor, Tony 329 Mendle, John 71,169,165 Mendoza, Roy 287,253,268 Meng, Leroy 349,401 Menicacci, Gildo 128,157 Mensch, Diane 317,316,158 64,410 Mentze, Dale 337 Mercer, Louann 303,291 Mercer, Ronald 346 Merchant, John 357 Merchant, Mary 319 Merino, A. Elizabeth 105 Merrill, Delia Ann 254,262 Merrill, Jeanne 254,170,262,62 Merrill, Lorena 254,262 Merrill, Pamela 305,265 Merz, Maydith ...308,309,295,226 39,62 Mesce, Patricia 319 Meshel, Herbert 137,161 Messec, J. Christian 252,260 Messer, Ted 355 Metalsky, Jack 333,332 Metcalf, Connie 315 Mettler, Martha Jo 43 Metzel, David 283 Meyer, Edward Dell 253,172 Meyer, Jeanne 105 Meyer, Lois Elaine 306 Meyer, Marilyn 300,301,175 Meyer, Sue Ann 305,335,105 244,409 408,407 Meyers, Charles 111 Meyerson, Darlynn 301,291 Michaels, Bob 253 Michela, Richard 253 Michelena, Kathy 280 Michener, Anna 279 Mickelsen, Lucinda 308 Middleton, Constance 315,229 Middleton, Ned 264,397 Mies, George 350,352,387 Miles, Alan Alfred 349 Miller, Barbara 410 Miller, Ellen 278 Miller, Gay 272,411 Miller, Harold 428,281 Miller, Harriett 275 Miller, Janice 317 Miller, Jerome 111 Miller, Jo Ann 313 Miller, Judy Jo 245 Miller, Kalman 261 Miller, Marilyn 302 Miller, Mary 158 Miller, Michael 339 Miller, Pamela Ann 267 Miller, Toni 410 Mills, Martha Jane 313 Mills, Bob 354,31,42,63 Mills, Roger 111 Mills, Sue 308 Millsap, Bobbye 66 Milner, Keith 282 Milton, Ann 230 Mimer, William 353 Mince, Walter 342,371,374,59 Minker, Jeff 359 Mirman, Judith Ann 274 Mitchell, Edward 156 Mitchell, George 352 Mitchell, Marilyn Mitchell, William Mitchell, William Mittendorf, Eliz. Ann Mnookin, Barry Alan Modrak, Thomas Mocsy, Istvoin I. Moening, Buddy Moffat, George Hohr, Carol Anne Mohr, Sandra Kaye Moir, Paul Molina, Anita Moller, Barbara Moller, Mary Mone, Louis Moneing, John Monk, Newton Monroe, Cynthia Monsegur, Michael Montgomery, Fred Montgomery, John Montiel, Mary Montoya, Geraldine Moody, Brent 344,95,141,142,171 Moody, Joan Marie 170 Moody, John Robert 285 Mooney, James 341 Moore, Alberto 352,72,71 Moore, Elizabeth Ann 305 264,409 Moore, Elliott Paul 113 Moore, Lenny 284 Moore, Michael 343,95 Moore, Michael 327,26 3 Moore, Michael .. .343,95,327,263 Moore, Nancy 320,321,105 Moore, Ralph 341 Moore, Thomas 268 Moore, Wayne 112,160 Moorman, Jere 352 Mora, Jeffrey Guy 360,361 Moran, Charles 112,160 Moran, Sharron 412,410 Moravetz, John Edgar 334 Mordka, Maurice 359 Mordret, Gerard 371 Moreton, Anne 60 Morey, Roy Douglas 260 Morgan, Edward 328 Morgan, Louis 359,282 Morgan, Nan Rose 253 Morino, Mary Louise 305 Morken, Robert 393,282 Morones, Felicia 277 Morosko, Stephen 236,266 Morris, Dan Wells 362 Morris, Gary 400 Morris, June Ilene 300,301 Morris, Pam 321 Morris, Sheralyn 310,175 Morrison, Craig ..355,354,387,389 Morrison, Samuel 116 Morse, John W. 243 Morse, Ruth Ann 315,314,277,39,33,64 Mortensen, Irval 122,166 Mortenson, Patricia 272 Morton, Marilyn 70,72 Mosbacher, David 343 Moses, Darryl Dean 286 Mosher, Janet Ruth 105,276,230,163,409,408,407 Mosiman, Rita ....219,272,171,263 Motz, Thomas 137,161 Mouer, Juliann 306 Moul, Lawrence Chas 379 Mount, Jean 171 Mount, Michael 285 Mouton, Mona Lee 116 Mower, William 354 Mulay, John Wesley 334 Mulchay, Michael 253,260 Muller, Robt. 284 Mulligan, Gerald 327,128 Mulligan, Raymond 157 Munk, Gary 344,162 Muns, Edward 344,58 Munsey, Douglas 332 Murdock, Yvonne 276,263 Murglespep, Rick 281 Murphy, Elizabeth 277,66,264 Murphy, Jack Lyn 83,84,260 301,300 111,174 310,74 361 379,391 332 65 347 313 267 326,327 253 321 303,260 128 399 128 319 135 62 258 253 76 457 Murphy, John 163 Murphy, Judith Faye 313 Murphy, Lewis ....121,120,122,166 Murphy, Mike 342,343 Murphy, Stephen 337 Murphy, Susan 321 Murray, Carolyn 411 Murray, David Ray 323,326,327,95 Murray, Hallard 163 Murray, Michael 233 Murray, Virginia 315 Muse, Terrell 344,95,142,171,59 Murgrave, Marvin 110,173 Musgrove, James 323,354,355,285,293,32,36 Musick, Marian 263 Musick, William 263 Muzzy, Pete 404 Muzzy, James 327 Myers, Ed 331 Myers, Rosemary 313 Myers, Sally 313 Mzabi El Moustapha 262 -N- Naaz, Joe Patrick 257 Nablet, Bill 335 Nader Fareed Wade 112,286,160 Nagle, Patricia 276 Narcho, Herman 259 Nardone, Patricia 309,60,56 Nash, Thomas 253 Nath, Zygmunt 285 Nathanson, David 365 Naughton, Frank 253 Naughton, Jerre Anne 315,272 Naujoks, Gracia 315,105 Navarrette, Diego 379 Navarro, Ernesti 400 Naylor, Milton 112,171 Naylor, Robert 352,128 Neal, Chris 266 Neal, Kelly 332 Neasham, Richard 401 Neat, Laura Frances 317,272 Neese, Sandra Kay 87,174 Neher, Fred 331 Neher, Elaine 279,271 Neil, Donald 327 Neitz, Peter 285 Neitzel, Donald Robt. 357 Nelson, Adelaide Ann 263 Nelson, Darryl 321 Nelson, Dennis 336,337,112,238,58,56, Nelson, Gary K. 168 Nelson, James 327 Nelson, Jeanette Lou 274 Nelson, John 348 Nelson, Stuart 252 Nelson, Sandra Dee 299,291 Nelson, Stella 253,267 Nelson, Sue Ann 313 Nelson, Tam 315,314,34,36,64 Nelson, Thomas 325 Nelson, Wm. Bischoff 156 Nemec, Dorothy Ann 308,274 Nemeth, Peter John 287 Nenson, Helen 259,409 Nerrie, Linda Janet 308 Nester, Cynthia 306 Neumann, Peter 352,128 Newcomb, Brenton ....333,332,282 Newcomb, Judith Ann 299 Newmark, Florence ....276,300,301 Newton, James 170 Nicholas, John 321,364 Nicholas, Vernon 350,362,95 Nichols, Billy 339 Nichols, Eunice 105 Nichols, Nancy 129 Nichols, Nancy 296,260,265 Nicholson, Charles 330 Nicholson, Cora Lee 305 Nicholson, Ronald 283,266 Nickel, Sarah 313 Nickey, Dick 29,31,348,323,34,58 Nicolai, Carole 305 Nicol, Norma 409 Niegocki, James Wm. 391 Nielsen, Edward 332 Nielsen, John 352 Nielsen, Wm. 325,284,63 Nielson, Russell 333,63 Niemier, David 283 Nishkian, Bonnie 308,291 Noon, Walter 268 Nordby, Harold 168,150 Nordeen, Dennis 323,364 Norris, Andrew 334 Norris, James 344,161 Northway, Rosemary 251 Norton, Charles 250 Norton, James 284,262 Norton, Sherry 308 Nottke, Su e Ellen 319 Novak, Kathi 266,410 Novodor, Bill 321,359 Noyes, Nancy 315,275,266 Nuetzel, Fred 355,379 Nunneley, Diana 263 0- Oak, Myrna Joan 274 Obedin, Melvyn 361 Obermayr, Gerald 161 Oberstone, Joelee 361 Oberteuffer, Eileen 116 Obitts, Kathleen 253 O ' Brien, Annette 275 O ' Brien, Karen Lynne 305 O ' Brien, Patricia 321 O ' Connell, Dick 329,65 O ' Connell, Missy 308,408 O ' Dell, Barbara 267 Odenwelder, Robert 371 O ' Dowd, John 120,166 Oesterling, James 331 Ogle, Mary 245 Ogle, Brad 355,321 O ' Hanlon, John 286 Oglesly, Ann 39 O ' H arro, Mike 323,326,327, 295,65,263,266,156,157,406 O ' Kane, Tom 264 Olivarez, David R. 111 Oliver, Donald Robt. 95 Olsen, Alfred 357,29,30,31,65,180,164,158 Olsen, Donna 170,173 Olsen, Elaine 274 Olsen, Lee 327,96 Olsen, Thomas 352 Olshansky, Gary 257 Olson, Joann 267 Olson, Muriel 129 Olson, William 327,112 Oltmans, Alice 303 Olton, Gary Stanley 337 Olyphant, Chuck 344 O ' Mahony, Michael 379 Omansky, Linda 267 O ' Neil, Carolyn 321,295 O ' Neill, Brad 355 O ' Neill, Lawrence 266 Orach, Celeste 132 Ordway, Sarah 308 Orloff, Gloria Ruth 301 Orona, Margot 306 Orozco, Pedro 84,289 Orr, Glenn 138,165,161 Orr, Nancy Ann 273 Osborne, Jerry 112,287 Osgood, Laura 87 Osterman, Carl 323,96 Osterman, Charles 331 Ostroy, Paul 359,399 O ' Sullivan, Thomas 343 Oswald, Edward 332 Ouellette, Maureen 302 Ovadia, Shirley 301 Overend, Robert 337 Overland, Bernie 366,337 Overton, Jerry 343 Owen, Nancy 321 Owens, Sa ndy 319 Ozmun, James David 156 -P- Pace, Kenneth Eldred 266 Pacheco, Rudy Geo. 355 Pachter, William 361 Paden, Nancy 275 Padilla, Al 263,285 Padway, Beverly 90,252,300,301,274 Pagano, Joan Maria 313,87 Pale, Ken 285 Palm Margaret 317 Palma, Carlos 288 Palma, Raul 288 Palmer E. Payne 350,352 Palmer, Norman 255 Palmer, Richard 254 Palmer, Susan 320,321,42,64 Paluselli, Dan 371,284 Panknin, Anne 105 Pantelis, Georgia 277 Paratino, Pete 349 Paquette, John Edw. 348,112 Paquette, George 371 Pardee, Mary 317,129 Parish, Ardeth 308 Park, Richard 334 Parke, Penny 319 Parke, Bill 349,268 Parker, L. Olivia 299,158,64 Parker, Martha Ann 171,263 Parker, William 334,260 Parnell, David 344 Parnin, Raymond 330 Parrill, Eugene 160 Parrott, William 355 Parshall, Ward 285 Parsons, Ann 319,291 Partington, Charles 261 Pascal, Roy 359 Paslette, Lynda 291 Pasqualetti, Victoria 315 Pass, Mark 359 Patera, Dick 387 Patterson, Mary 70 Patrick, Jane Lynne 306 Patterson, Dan 351 Patterson, Janice 313 Patterson, Duke 31,112,174 Patterson, Mary 175 Patterson, Thomas 263 Patterson, William 335 Patton, James Lloyd 334 Payette, Sylvia 279,251,66,158 Payne, Carolyn 254,171,262,263,74 Payne, David Duane 335,344 Payne, Elizabeth 315 Payne, James 324 Payne, Keiki 314,315,96 Payne, Lisle Warren 354,355 Payne, Susan 122 Peabody, Edwin 346,158 Peacock, Fred 349 Peacock, Jeffrey 253 Pearce, Charlene 313 Pearman, Jane 308 Pearce, Wendy 213 Pearson, William 121 Pease, Sharon Marie 315 Peavey, Sheldon 255 Peck, Nancy 129 Pecoraro, P. Garth 258 Pedderson, Ronald 331 Pedersen, Harold 327 Pedersen, Theodore 121,166 Peek, Jonathan 323,363,31,65,162,260,159,61 Peete, Willie 284,257 Peirce, Carolyn 49,319,158 Pelku, Benny 253 Pells, Judith Faye 313 Pendleton, Nat 337 Pennington, Jill 320,321 Pennington, Timothy 342,343 Perez, Francisco 172 Perkins, Donald 129 Perkins, James 266 Perkins, Penelope 321,251,272 Perkins, Willis 83,265 Perkuhn, Sherilyn 317,277,264,262 Perot. Merrilee 275,299 Perry, Krista Ann 253 Perry, Lee 121,122 Person, Joyce 301 Pert, Donald John 279 Pesci, Joseph Lynn 333 Pessin, James 122,160 Pessin, Katherine ..87,251,167,159 Peters, John Texas 357 Peters, Julienne 305 Peters, Martha 310 Peterson, Jim 287 Peterson, Harlow 289,158,160 Peterson, Kenneth 142,171 Peterson, Mervin 43 Peterson, Russell 170,173 Peterson, Wesley 138,161 Petrucciana, Robert 330 Pettengill, Frank 253,142 Pettijohn, Robert 96,263 Peyton, Kenneth 341 Pfeiffer, Anita 105,254,264 Pfeiffer, Campbell 259 Phelan, Marcia 308,105 Phleps, Lewis 325,71,263 Phillabaum, James 281 Phillips, Barbara 310 Phillips, Donn Ken 363 Phillips, Earl 285 Phillips, Frank 166 Pick, Jean 277,33 Pickett, Herschel 324 Piekenbrock, Nancy 268 Pierce, Carolyn 318,64,50,64 Pierce, Carol 105 Pierce, Carol 105 Pierce, Suzanne 277,312 Pierce, Mary Sue 313,129 Pierce, Michael 344 Pierce, Sally 313 Pierson, Elvin 95 Pigott, Louis I. 70,71 Pilkington, Marshall 343 Pinnell, Steven 334 Piper, Patricia 273 Pisaro, Barbara 117,296 Pisaro, Robert 349,129 Pittock, Hugh 324 Pitts, Mike 350,350,63 Pitzer, David 340 Plinski, Francis 350,371 Plummer, Bob 323,350,352,65 58,56 Plunkett, Walter 129,142 Pocras, Kenneth 323,365 Podolsky, Stanley 359 Poe, Harold Joseph 290 Poetzl, Herbert 76 Pogson, Stephen 357,121,166 Pokorny, Philip 355 Polasek, Sylvia 207 Pollard, Edward 344,371 Pollock, Kay 259 Polston, Robert 341 Pomeroy, Charles 304,260 Pomeroy, Ralph 363,84 Pool, Chuck 387 Pooler, Sue 317,316,30,31,32 180,28,62 Poore, Kathleen ....117,717,263,74 Pope, Barbara 303 Pope, Milton 248 Porkorny, Phil 391 Porras, Carlos 263 Porter, Bernald 122 Porter, Frank Louis 341 Porter, Margaret Mae 266 Posner, Michael 361 Postillion, Janice 321 Postillion, John 263 Potter, John 331 Potter, Michael 364 Potter, Sheila 296 Potts, William 331 Powell, Richard Lee 379 Powers, Christina 280,253,267 Powers, Mike 355 Powers, Joseph 340 Powers, Steve 250 Prater, Judith 303 Prats, Maria Estela 278,269 Pratt, Carl Barton 325 Pratt, Jewel Ann 279,254,262 Preston, Lamond 353 Pretzer, David 363.63 Price, Jane 302 Price, Robert Clark 254 Price, Sheila Violet 296,297 Priebe, Wim. Edward 356,357 Prieve, Edward 96 Prigge, Nancy Ann 294,302 458 Prince, Linda Kay 301 Pringle, James Ben ....363,265,260 Privateer, George 281 Proctor, Sharon 129,163 Prokop, John 135,165 Pruitt, Theresa 299 Pryor, Jay 325,254 Pugh, Doug 331,321 Pugh, Sanford 121 Pugliese, Paul 283 Pugmire, Stanley ...350,352,163,61 Purcell, Doris Jean 105 Purdy, Mary Louise 306,129 66,39 Puumala, Bonnie 274 Pylant, Andrea 129,302 Pyle, Darrel Edwin 327 Pyle, Thomas 349 Pyzel, Daniel 281 Pyzel, Michael 363 - Q - Quebedeaux, Loraine 305 Query, Judith ....96,303,227,224,56 Quezada, Adolfo ....323,338,339,63 Quick, Albert 349,33 Quigley, Linda Ellen 274 Quigley, Suzanne 272 Quihuis, Charlotte 265 Quiros, Jose 112 Quiroz, Cecilia ....245,298,299,172 Quiroz, Pepe 253 - R - 281 162 379 343 280 313,29,31,180 35,36,56 282 315 315,272 283 339 348 90,105,298 299,170 330 310,274,39 310,76 317,39,409 307 289 336,378 171,263 305,265 343 320,321,162 251 322,329 321,363 96 337 326,327,28,29,180 106 264 255 120,168 250 282 113 352 296 379 315,314,106 40,57 355 274 281,260 284 117 76,169,165,263 333 331,263 121 296,297,409 253 391 308 Reif, Richard 339 Reilly, Frances Jo 279 Reineke, Joan 106,259,409 Reist, Terry Ann 313 Reitsch, Pamela 299 Reitz, Craig 349,399 Remien, Harry 321,347 Rempfer, Tom 284 Ren, Chip 352 Renaud, Sara 319,72 Renfro, Robert 333 Renner, John Arthur 344,345,284 242,371 257 61 Ressler, John 252 Rettig, Gerhard 287 Rewick, Lee Ann 313 Reynolds, Osborne 167,268,261 Reynolds, William 284,387 Rhoades, David 352 Rhodes, Dusty 264 Rhodes, Lorraine Ann 303 Rhodes, Nancy 312,64 Rhoton, Robert Ken 364 Ribas, Richard 63 Riccio, Joseph 160 Rice, Edward 70,72 Rice, Marshall 174 Rich, Joseph 168 Rich, Nancy 171,263 Richard, Kenyon 345 Richard, Linda 305 Richards, Fenelon 290 Richards, Gary 357 Richards, Marilyn 313,312,231 229,369 Richards, Walter 337 Richards, Walter 345 Richardson, Bonham ..344,31,142 171,169,36,58,57 Richardson, Mary 317,316,42 239,64 Riche, Alan 282 Richey, Carol 276,303 Richmond, Dennis 352,96 Richmond, Ellen 260 Rickert, Donald 255 Rickson, Stephen Edd 349 Rico, Joseph Richard 174 Ridenour, Walter 357 Ridge, Warren 47 Ridgeway, Valerie 305 Ridgway, Jon Michael 113 Ridgway, Richard 285 Ridgway, Terry 337,238 Riedel, William 282 Riggs, Benjamin 354,286 Riggs, Bruce 135 Riggs, Frank 96 Riggs, Gail 317,106,163 Riggs, Lou 142 Riggs, Nick 325,364,255,254 Riggs, Ronald 331 Riker, Allan 113,174,160 Riley, James 268 Riley, Joan 291 Riley, Meredith 315 Riley, William 324 Rinehart, Jeanne 296 Rinker, Ronald 349 Rio, Ralph Joseph 341 Riordan, Helen 315 Rishell, Clair Lyle 261 Ritzer, John William 96 Rivera, Anastacio 281,253 Rivera, Antonio 263 Rivero, James 341 Roach, Joann Gail 280 Roaderick, Brent 327 Roaderick, Brian 343 Robart, Darlene .71,263,60,57,74 Ribbins, Larry 361 Robbins, Stu 359 Robbs, Robin 337 Roberge, Pauline 106,163,409 Roberson, Sally Lee 72 Roberts, Lathrop 167 Roberts, Frances 106 Roberts, James 355 Roberts, John 339 Roberts, Sharon 278 Roberts, Theodore 113,283 31,57 Robertson, Jorjanne 310 Robertson, Virginia 174 Robinson, Carolyn 277 Robinson, Robert Ray 258 Robinson, Susan _317,294,32,261 Robinson, William 258 Robles, Barnabe 156 Robles, Frank 363 Robles, Ramon 138,161 Rochin, Jose Roque 287 Rochlin, Athalia 307,252, 245,294 Roda, Roxy Jean 306 Rodemeyer, Wayne 106 Roden, Mary Ellen ..106,276,271 Rodi, John 96 Rodish, Larry 339,338 Rodman, Tom 286 Rodriguez, George 166 Rodriguez, Mario 261 Rodriguez, Sarita 253,213,263 Roe, Jean 308 Roelofson, Kenneth 258 Roemmelt, Jerom 113,174 Roepke, Peter 355 Roger, Stephen Jay 359 Rogers, Alfred 121 Rogers, Diana 318 Rogers, James 122 Rogers, Judy Marie 302 Rogers, Melvin 254 Rogers, Michael 337 Rogers, Nancy 319 Rogers, Roy 284 Rogers, Rudy 135.261 Rogers, Russell 113,173 Rohde, Carole 106 Rohwer, Avalyn 219 Rohwer, John 335,323 Rolle, Robert , 122 Romanoski, Frances 306,268 Rombach, Lionel 157 Rombold, Michael 350,352 Romero, Barbara .280,253,174 Romney, Anthony 325 Romo, Edgar Alonzo 327 Ronstadt, Peter 352 Roper, Raima Ann 317,316 117,369 Roqueni, Tomas 387 Rose, Jerry 350,352,391 Rose, Herb 329 Rose, John William 339 Rose, Laura 308 Rose, Norman 348 Rosen, Sid 323,361,96,58,57 Rosenberg, Joseph 361,252 Rosenblum, Norman 122 Rosenfeld, Frederick 343,122 Rosenstein, Joel 359 Rosenthal, Larry 361,252 Rosenzweig, Burke 361 Roser, John Michael 355 Ross, Gino 253 Ross, Frances Delain 117,272 Ross, Lorna 317,316,226,369 Ross, Scott 71 Roth, Ronald 113,284,160 Rothberger, Bill 254 Rouse, Bob 326,327,96 Rovey, Albert 258 Rowe, Suzanne 267 Rowe, Eugene 360,361,180,36 Rowe, Robert 343 Royal, Robert 122,260 Rubel, Julie Ann 301 Rubinow, Jay 359 Rubin, Robert 165 Rubinow, Rosalind ....295,300,301 Rubinow, Jay 65 Rubler, Carol Gay 301 Rucienski, Maryanne 313 Rudd, Jerry 323,338,339 Rudd, Noel 287,387 Ruderman, Anthony 333 Ruhsam, Harry 170 Rule, Chuck 283 Rul ey Bessie 253 Rumple, Judith 308 Rumore, Tom 258 Runion, Keith 106,255,142,171 Runk, Carl 371 Rupe, Brenda 310 Rupe, John Angus 282 Rupnik, Dailley 321,43 Rush, Charles 328 Ruskin, Mary Louise 307,272 Russell, Margaret 277,251 Russell, Regina Lynn 254,262 Russel, Robert 350,352 Russell, Rod 331 Russell, Sharon 291 Russell, Tom Edward 352,165 Russell, Bill 328,166 Ruston, Heidi 300,321,291,409 Ruston, Leslie 275 Ruth, Walter 324 Ruth, Babe 283 Rutman, Robert 361 Ryals, B. Marjane 315,291 -S Saba, William 85 Sabbeth, Ed 71 Sabin, Grant Burr 325 Sacherson, Bette 274 Sackett, Gary Ward 352 Sadoff, Ronald Bruce 359 Sagar, Marlan 76 St. John, Dennis 158 St. Sure, George Anne ....299,107 Saken, Joel 361 Sakrison, James 36,63 Saldamando, Daniel 166 Sale, Charles Arthur 341 Sale, George Barrie 290,391 Sailer, Frank 336,337,96 Salmon, Gay 273 Salony, Casey 333,371 Salter, Peter 352 Salvatierra, Julieta 253 Samet, Marlene Dee 129 Samuels, Carl 399 Sanak, Pete 253 Sand, Sarah J. 317,316,244 Sanders, Dianne 301 Sanders, Earl 282 Sanders, George 324 Sandin, Joan Roberta 305 Sandridge, Arthur 347 Sands, Edgar Louis 357,344 Sands, Karla 250 Sands, Louis 63 Sangalli, Marialuisa 129,278 Sanna, Kathryn 313,291,39 Santana, Frederick 253 Sargeant, William 96 Sarlin, Polly Anne 277 Satterlee, Alan 250,156 Satterlee, Wm. Alan 96,287 Sauerbier, John 112 Saull, Morton 387 Saunders, Don 255,160 Saunders, Peter 129 Sauter, William 328 Savage, James 352 Savage, Joan 320,321,231 369,409 Savage, Cal 332 Savite, Harriet 319,106 Sawyer, Tom 354,355,399 Sawyer, William 96 Sayre, Edith 319,318,129,227 224,175,45,57,60,46 Sayre, Mary ...319,318,71,43,410 Sayre, Richard Scarborough, Gene 165,161 Scharing, Valerie 308 Schatteles, John 96,164,263 266,157 Shatteles, Tom 32 Shatteles, Tom 30 Schaub, Sandra 303 Schaus, Edward 282,253,163 Scheig, Richard 352 Schifano, Al 253 Schimmel, Mary 301 Schlecht, Russell 357 Schlemmer, Suzanna 296 Schlentz, Sandy 251,303,291 Schlosser, John 325 Schlousser, Robert 379 Schlueter, Spencer 343 Schmidt, Carl 327 Radder, Gary Radza, Bernard Raebel, Leroy Ragland, John Ragland, Virginia Rains, Sharon Rallam, Jeff Ralston, Sara Rambo, Caryl Lynn Ramirez, Nathaniel Ramos, Michael Gene Ramsdell, Peter C. Randall, Barbara Randell, Wayne Randolph, Nancy Randolph, Susan Raney, Jane Rantz, Jane Raphael, Raphael Ratcliffe, Sam Ray, Carol Ann Ray, Judith Anne Ray, William Eugene Raymond, Carole Raymond, Leonard Rayner, Frank Ron Raynolds, Ted Read, Ted Reade, Bob Redding, Gary Reddish, James Redfield, Alden Redhair, Jack Redin, Paul Redlick, Stephen Redmond, Joseph Reece, Bob Fenner Reed, Barbara Ann Reed, Robert Donald Reedy, Judith Rees, Phillip Wayne Reese, Jane Ann Reese, Raymond Reeves, Steve Reeves, Andrew Reeves, Smith Regan, James Rehfeldt, Phil Reichardt, B. David Reichert, Karen Reidy, Cathy Reid, Jim Reif, Elizabeth 459 Schmidt, Mary 319,96 Schmieding, Julie 313 Schmitt, Neel George 357,346 Schmoll, Steven 331 Schmutz, Erwin 167 Schneider, Burton 361 Schneider, Daniel 345,391 Schneider, Donald 150 Schneider, James 361 Schneider, Joan 317,106 Schnellbaccher, Judy 291 Schnur, Sally 317,267 Schoch, Thomas 96,51 Schoede, David Wm. 334 Schoenberg, Charles 387 Schoenwald, Ronald 166 Schoenewaldt, C. E. 274 Schoffman, Mary Kay 317,164 Schonfelder, Donna 308 Schonwald, Jan Clare 301 Schott, Margaret 299,272 Schroeder, Nancy 129 Schroll, Barbara 298,299 Schubel, Richard 252 Schuff Theodore 349 Schulman, Debra Ann 301 Schulte, Vincent 333 Schultz, Lee 333 Schultze, Don . .113,286,252,160 Schulz, Sally 320,321 Schumacher, Palmer ....354,355,63 Schumann, Herbert 135 Schumann, Marylyn ..135,112,261 Schumann, Richardd 389 Schurtz, Robert 283 Scibella, Marsha 298,299 Scofield, Dee Ann 317 Scott, Sherwin 350,352,387 Scott, Winston Boyd 281 Scripps, Gail 305,294 Scurlock, Dan Scussel, Frank . 263,113,142,171 Scussel, James Thom 363 Seal, Jim 359,57,58 Sealine, Sid 359 Sealove, Arnold 365 Sealove, Susan 410 Seaman, Bryce Fred 357 Searcy, Sylvia Jean 263 Sears, Joanne 412,410,408 Sears, John Seay, Richard 233 Sedillo, Carlos 330 See, Tho Kok Kwai 250 Segal, Joel 96 Segel, Judith 301,300 Segel, Marilyn Jean 307 Segerson, Robert 348 Seidenberg, Janet 314 Seigal, Richard Seiler, Steven 354,355 Seindle, Don 174 Seligman, Milton 129,257 Seligmann, Gustav 166,261 Seiko, Marcia Estell 307,291 Selover, Sandra 306,106,66 169,262 Selters, Henry 252 Seltzer, William 348 Semingson, Bruce 363 Senak, Peter 341 Sepulveda, Celia 106,278,66 Serbs, Charles 321 Serlis, Charles 355 Sessions, Charles 263 Severson, Jane ....317,291,411,410 Sexson, Tim James 343,342 Sexson, Vicki 299,274 Seymour, Eugene 361,129,264 Shackleford, Ray 284,371,257 375.373 Shaer, Sherry 275 Shafer, Diane Eliz 319,410 Shafer, Martha Jo 310 Shanahan, Denis 113,285 Shannon, Jayne 306 Shantz, Fred 400 Shapiro, Jay 170,173 Sharp, Jean Ann 315 Sharwell, Fred 70 Shaver, James 357 Shaver, Roger 289 Shaw, Barry Michael 355 Shaw, Judy 305 Shaw, Lynda Francis 308 Shea, Joseph 96,156 Shearer, Beverly 273 Shedd, James Frank 258 Sheehy, John Thomas 253 Shefferly, Sue 303 Sheffield, Robert 337 Shefler, Linda 300,301,39,64 Shehane, Jane 231,229 Shehan, Sandra 303 Sheldon, Sara Hill 106,319 Sheldon, William 337 Shelck, Bill 355 Shelton, Emily 296 Shepard, Sherrida 106 Shepis, Becky 262 Sherman, Michael 357 Sherrick, Carol 278,132,267 Sherrill, Richardd 113 Sherwin, Ann Rachel 300,301,413 Shcvlin, Mary 308,253 Shipman, Frank 266 Shirk, Cindy Kaye 299 Shluker, Steve 361 Shoemake, Linda Jane 308 Shoemaker, Charles 386,390,387,388 Shock, Tom 334 Shoop, Toby 283,271,267,401 Shore, George 334 Short, Harry 340 Short, Mary Kay 317,274 39 Short, Rex Conn 379 Shor tman, Claudia 319 Shov, Bill 321 Shover, Michele 308 Shoumaker, Bob 264 Shreve, Thomas 349 Shrum, Susan 267 Shuken, Steve 406 Shull, Charles 122 Shuman, Jacqueline 302 Shuraii, Kaveh 113,160 Shuttleworth, K. 339 Sickafoose, Carole 274,66 Sickler, James 343 Siebeling, Ronald 153 Siegel, Gary Irwin 361 Siegel, Mark 361,113 Siegel, Nancy Rae 307 Siegel, Rhoda 301 Siegm an, Joseph 360,361 Siergiej, Lynn 129,280 Sierk, Linda Joyce 305 Sierraj, Gene 257 Sikorski, Kathryn E. 274 Silverman, Richard 333,323 Silverman, Ted 361,242,300 Silverstone, Carol 273 Silvestri, Nanette 253,273 Simmons, Jean 310 Simmons, Joel Lane 355 Simondi, Thomas 172,160 Simpler, Michael 162 Simpson, Margaret 310,106 Sinclair, Gregory 165,161 Sinclair, Margaret 272 Singer, Howard 122 Singer, Jerold 359 Singer, Sheila 262 Singleton, James Tom 284,379 Singman, Irving 271 Sinha, Surya Prakash 269 Sinkl, Bill 400 Sinks, Judith Eliz 254 Siracusa, Nicolette 315 Sivertsen, Marlow 337,96 Skaisgir, Joe 326,284,384,381 390,387 Skeels, Deborah 275,303 Skeldon, Nancy 296,297 Skelton, Daniel 354,355 Skidmore, William 169,165 Skifano, Anthony 339 Skousen, Richard 120,122,166 Skov, William 343,283 Slack, Susan 313 Slade, Lester Leroy 325 Slagle, Danny Thomas 391 Slagle, David 400 Slaughter, Natalie 296,39 Slavin, Colleen 409,408 Slawsky, Phyllis 106,301 Slay, Linda 321 Sloan, Susan Beth .300,301,409 Sloane, Edward John 258 Sloane, Margaret 317,276,267 Slobin, Matthew 338,339 157,34,61 Slosser, Paul Dyle 324,323 Smiley, Kathleen 165,161 Smith, Brent 343 Smith, Charles 327 Smith, Claude 289 Smith, Clyde 173 Smith, Darrell 281 Smith, Daryl Dean 349,138 165,161 Smith, Duane 363 Smith, David 334 Smith, David 339 Smith, Diana Allen 305 Smith, Donald 162 Smith Donald 292 Smith, Edwyn 173 Smith, Ellen Adams 317 Smith, Freeman 85 Smith, Gregory 268 Smith, Herbert 327 Smith, Jack 347 Smith, Jacquelyn 276,66 Smith, Jerry Ellis 346,85 Smith, Karen Ann 266 Smith, Keita James 325,254 Smith, Kenneth Lee 357 Smith, Leslie 168 Smith, Linda 298,299,267 Smith, Lyneer Chas. 263 Smith, Lynda Lee 310,311,129 409,408,407 Smith, Lynne 308 Smith, Marcia 273 Smith, Margaret 267 Smith, Marsha 279,248,299,66 Smith, Mary Ann 310 Smith, Ree 319 Smith, Nadda 263 Smith, Nancy Janette 74 Smith, Orin D. 165,161 Smith, Arthur 96 Smith, Robert 284,258 Smith, Stanley 258 Smith, Stephanie 254,262 Smith, Stephanie 43 Smith, Susan 320,321 Smith, Thomas 337 Smithey, Thaddeus 106 Smitt, Sigvard 252 Snailum, Patricia 299 Snailum, Dale 333,97,242 Snell, Robert 349 Snider, Robert 323,346,295 163,264 Snoddy, Judith Lynne 317 Snoddy, Marilyn 321,274 Snodgrass, Earlene 277 Sofro, Barney 326,327 Solley, Jimmy 250 Solomon, Hattie 167 Solper, Frank 287 Soma, Gerald 285,61 Somers, Douglas 333 Somerville, Thomas 401 Soraya, Mushi 283 Sorenson, Karen 317,275 Sotomayer, Ernest 97 Sotomayor, Robert 159 Souibri, Abdallah 288 Sourant, James 350,352,61 Souter, James 340 South, Linda 251 Southworth, Rod 321,324 Souza, Manuel 290 Spalding, Judith 308,309,171,174 Spangler, Wm. Rick 357 Sparacio, Thomas 287 Sparks, Edward 353 Spear, John Bennett 233,359 Spearin, Susan Gay 278 Spears, Rex La Moyne 97 Speas, Rodger Lee 266 Speer, James 337 Speers, Saundra 43 Speight, James 379 Spencer, Wallace 350,352,61 Sphar, James 268 Spillman, Beverly 277 Spitzer, Janet Ruth 301 Sposito, Garrison 85 Spottswood, Julie 317 Spring, Kenneth 361 Spring, Roxanna 305 Sproul, Sara 302 Sprout, Francis 353,290 Spuhler, Fred 334 Spurlock, John 251 Srere, Barbara 248,300,301,64 Stabler, Joan 315 Stack, Ann 310 Stadelman, Marianna 117 Stagg, Howard 338,339 Stahlberg, Jana Elizabeth 317 Stahly, Dave 305 Staller, Rita 301 Stambach, Sandra 160,174 Stanford, Sandra 273 Stanley, Dee 280,165,161 Staples, Doug 337 Staples, Maurice 71,263,74 Stark, Duane 251 Stark, John Wayne 130 Stark, Sally 219,291 Starkey, Craig W. 350,352,284 371,257,63 Starmer, Suzanne 310,311 States, Margaret Ann 298,299 Stauffer, Howard 329,321 Stautzenberger, S. F. 299 Stayduhar, Lawrence 379 Steadman, Sally 299 Steedly, James 135 Steedly, Priscilla 130 Steers, Ronald 361,63 Steger, Carrol Ann 244 Steiger, Edward Robert 283 Stein, Herbert 343 Stein, Joel 359 Steinberg, Isaac 365 Steinberg, Vicki 230,306,66 Steinebach, Robert 113,160 Steinfeld, Vicki Ann 301 Steinman, Louise 301 Stell, Carolyn 320,321,64 Stelter, Kenneth 97,260 Stenson, Samuel 343,282 Stenton, Marshall 113 Stephenson, Barbara 315,156 Stepman, Sharon 274 Stern, Harry Miller 361 Stern, Robert 359 Stets, Walter Edward 284,371 Stevens, David 343 Stevens, Diane Lea 308 Stevens, Russ 354,355,382 Stevens, Ward 165 Stevenson, Ann 310,311,106 31,226 Stevenson, Dale 404 Stevenson, Jo Ann 279 Steves, Katharine 319,273 Stewart, Betty 299 Stewart, Cherie 305 Stewart, Hollis 255 Stewart, Joellen 267 Stewart, Lawrence 342,343,63 Stewart, Michael 345,184 Stice, Nancy Kay _308,309,239,74 Sticht, Brian 288 Stuffier, Carl Ray 347,118 165,161 Stigers, Nina 306,268 Stilles, Lynn 284 Stitzer, Linda Ann 306 Stobbs, Thomas 357 Stocker, Brad 321,334 Stoddard, Jacqueline 274 Stoesser, George 401 Stone, Bruce 266,156 Stone, Don Brown 343 Stone, Jeff 359 Stonecipher, Roy 326,327 65,171 Storm, Jonathan 352 Storm, Sandra 280 Strasburg, Thomas Stratton, Kathy .. 318,319,158.64 460 Strebe, Kit 324 Stretmater, David 363 Stringer, James 325 Stringham, Bob 325,71,74 Stripling, Ruth 24 Strossner, Roger 257 Strother, Richard 337,97 Struk, Janet 107 Stubbs, Gregory 338,339 Stuckenhoff, Ed 326,327,65 Stuckey, Jay ....350,352,180,36,61 Stum, Barbara 255 Sturm, Mary Lou 309 Sturman, Brian 371 Stusnick, Diane 130 Suhonen, William 346,169,63 Sullivan, Charles 321,337 Sullivan, Patricia 321 Sullivan, Ronald 334,97 Sullivan, Tim 352,107 Sundberg, Louise 261 Sunkel, Dianne 310,410 Surber, Earl 281 Surina, Sharon Mary 253 Sutherland, Nancy J. 278 Sutter, Alan 321,360,361 Svenson, Gary 262 Svob, Barbara 313 Swander, Judith Ann 305,130 Swan, Joseph 334,260 Swan, Paul 330 Swaner, Joan Kay 305,39 Swander, Judy 175 Swanson, Tom 142,171 Swanson, Iryls 254,226,262 Swanson, Robert 333 Swartz, Clark Ralph 361 Swerdlik, Carolyn 301 Swindle, Donald 113,112 Switzer, Barbara 107,296 Switzer, John 333,323 Switzer, William 349,97 Sykes, Jack 113,250,173 Synnes, Sandra 280 Syren, Jim P. 337 - T - Tabacchi, Lawrence 253 Tadano, Thomas 63 Taisch, Ronald Sam 361 Taii, Thomas 343 Taiz, Narcl 328 Talpis, Stephanie 301 Tanez, Joseph 292 Tang, Conrad K. 130 Tanner, Sandra Lee 296,237 Tannert, Linda L. 39 Tappan, Janet 167 Tapper, Harvey 252 Taranton, Joann 309 Tarnutzer, Mary 315 Tarsch, Ron 286 Taugherty, Louis 264 Taylor, Jacquelyn 317 Taylor, John 122 Taylor, Richard 357 Taylor, Bob 326 Taylor, Ronald 325 Taylor, Susan 310,291 Taylor, Wayne Boyce 363 Tee, Albert 250 Teed, Jere 345 Teel, Margaret 302 Tegeler, Timothy 343 Teles, Maria Neile 269 Tellez, Yvonne 253 Tench, Marjorie 320,321,294 64.50 Teorey, Toby 344,345,63 Terence, Malcolm 268 Terry, Clare 320,321,64 Terry, Jane Brooke 308 Terry, Thomas F. 352,97 7 esch, Gary 113,160 Tess, Raymond 263 Test, Peterson 113 Tewksbury, William 345,162 Thall, Martin Thatcher, Donna .. 130,66,174,66 Thielen, Maryanne 306,253 Thikoll, Leon 168 Thisselle, Nancy 309 Thomas, David 321 Thomas, John 340 Thomas, Judy Carolyn 272 Thomas, Kenneth 281 Thomas, Marjorie 71 Thomas, Suellen 291 Thomes, David 324 Thompson, Barbara 253 Thompson, Barbara 319 Thompson, David 284 Thompson, Diane 291 Thompson, Helen 275 Thompson, John 263 Thompson, Lee 345 Thompson, Lolita 259,267 Thompson, Mary Helen 254, 259,264 Thompson, Patricia 267 Thompson, Patricia 302 Thompson, Robert Lee 376,377,374,378,375,372,373 Thompson, Terry Thompson, Vonna 117,171 174,263 Thompson, Caroline 107,296 Thoreson, Louis 156 Thwaits, Gill 331,142 Tidmore, James 339 Tilden, P almer 331 Tillson, John 339 Timbanard, Jeffrey 359 Timlin, Jerome Paul 261 Tinsley, Carlos 349,122 Tirrell, Karen 253 Tocci, Vincent 258 Todd, Anastasia 296 Todd, Paula Kay 296,297,163 Toland, Florence 170 Toles, Mason 172 Tollefson, Nancy Jo 107, 272,39 Tomek, Karin 307,276 Tomlin, Harold 353,161,257 Tompkins, Elizabeth 266 Tone, Thomas Edward 156 Tonyan, Jean Elizabeth 253 Topolinski, Patricia 315,107 Topper, Harvey 257 Torney, Robert 341 Torrington, Daniel 363 Townsdin, Charles 345 Townsend, Garold 350,352 371,375 Townsend, Gaye 315,276,265 Townsend, Skip 257 Townsend, Pamela N. 315 234 265 Trachta, Mary 317,316,236 Trautt, Judy 253 Travis, Sharon 276 Treadwell, Jane 306,253 Treadwell, Mary 305 Tremble, Lynn 251 Tremble, Mary 305 Troch, Sharon Ann 299 Troller, Christine 276,66 Troller, Theodor 333 Troup, Sandra 321 Trout, Joy Ladawn 313 Troy, April Diane 296,291 Trumback, Frances ..107,296,297 Truskowski, Stanley 379 Truxal, Geoffrey 357 Tschampel, Maria 261 Tschirhart, Leslie Howard 364 107,164 Tschirley, Fred 164 Tsuya, Stephen 325 Tucker, Gary Edwin 333 Tucker, Richard 352 Tuell, Gloria Lee 251 Tuggle, Turney 346,158 Tuller, Sandra 175 Tully, Patricia Dawn 309,253 Tune, Harold Noble 357 Turk, Sharon Ruth 315,314 42,409 Turkcn, Meyer David 361,65 Turner, Douglas 355 Turner, Joan 317 Turner, Karen Elizabeth .294,299 Turner, Margaret Ann 303 Turner, William ?60 Turpin, Dixie Lee 272 Tuttle, Diane 272 Tuttle, Roger 284 Twist, Pamela Mary 299 Udall, Samuel Hunt 254 Udall, Stephen 325 Uhl, Louis Charles 337 Ullman, Linda 130,169 Umbeck, Frederick 357,356 387,389 Underdown, Gary 260 Underwood, Dennis . 354,371,257 Underwood, Jon Owen 355 Undiano, John 339 Unruh, Douglas ..345,97,142,171 Urban, William George 333 Urias, Ernest 287 Uribe, Marie 305 Urness, Ed ....350,352,284,371,257 Utley, Anne 280 Valentine, Julie 294,303 Valenzuela, Humberto 268 Valenzuela, Humberto 253 Vance, Diane 117,162,369 Van Der Wolk, Margot 309 Vanek, Polly 172 Vanerka, Lynn 320,321 Van Every, Charles 172,258 Van Meter, Chas. T. 159 Van Pelt, Roy Henry 113 Van Reenen, Joyce 175,36,62 Van Wagner, Virginia 107 Varga, David 325 Varga, Zoltan 262 Varn, Russell Varrow, Jerry 325 Vasey, Teddy W. 261 Vassar, Carol 263 Vaughan, Judy Louise 260 Vaughan, Lawrence 289 Vaughan, Linda 303 Vaughn, David Lee 355 Vaules, Richard 261 Vee, Albert 113 Veitch, Margaret 313,274 Veliz, Gilbert 122 Veliz, Norma 253 Veliz, Patricia 158,48,42,49,64 Ventres, Pete 354,257 Verkamp, John George 253 Verkamp, Michael 253 Verner, James Allan 363 Vkurley, Phillip 266 Vhurley, Phillip 266 Vickers, Marilyn 313 Vidal, Vance 346,251 Vignolo, Carol Yynne 321 Villar, John Alden 340 Vincent, John 352,350,387 Vnitas, John 284 Vinyard, Bob 400 Vivas, Robelo 313 Vocale, Nell Carmen 262 Vokac, David 260 Von Aldenbruck D. 349 Von Bergen, Harry 170 Voorhes, Jean Marie 306 Vopat, Kathleen 291 Voss, Nancy 107,296 Vosskuhler, Philip .. 173,174,160 - w Wacker, Ronnie 276 Waer, Richard 253 Wagner, Jens 161 Wagner, Margaret 306,66 Wakeman, Robert Neal 323 341.97 Wakenigg, Richard 339 Walcha, Lynne 314 Walcott, Sage 346 Waldman, Ken 359 Waldman, Laurie 280 Waldman, Louise 252 Walker, Brenda 264 Walker, Glen 346,130,266,264 Walker, John 97 Walker, Kit 315 Walker, Sarah 306,42,64 Walker, William 337 Wallace, Delmar 130,156 Wallace, George 243 Wallace, Andrew 166,261 Wallace, John 287 Wallace, Judi Kay 313,276 Walsh, Georgeanne 87,299 Walsh, Robert Michael 266 Walsworth, Volney 305,35,47 Walter, Karen Sue 305 Walter, John 92 Walter, Patricia Ann 310,265 Ward, Doug 253 Ward, Linda 71 Ward, Skip 343 Ward, Martha 217 Ward, Richard Lloyd 357 Wardrip, Jon 331,45,61 Wares, Suzanne 266 Warman, David 346 Warner, Dennis 97 Warner, Dennis 263 Warren, Wanda Leigh 306 Warrior, Herman 353 Warskow, William 85 Washburn, Nancy Ann 321,97 Washburn, Ona . 310,331,117,244 Washington, Bruce 287,258 Wason, Sandra Jean 32,272 Wasserman, Amy Joan 301 Wasserman, Eric 113 Waterman, Martha 259,410 Watson, Clarence 250 Watson, Janet 175 Watson, Kathryn 296,297 Wayne, Kenneth 355,404 Weaver, Charles 329 Weaver, Johnny 113,174 Weaver, Lois 315 Weaver, Lonnie 327 Weaver, Sandra 253 Webb, Donald 339,142 Webb, Jessica 254,262 Webb, Larry 327,113 Webb, Louis 342,343 Webb, Lynn Herman 352 Webb, Robert 349 Webb, Sally 171 Webb, Susan Nell 241 Webb, Terry 341 Webster, Louis 327 Webster, Willard 285,272.258 Wechsler, Barbara 305,408 Weeks, Nancy 306,107,266 Weese, Charles 356,332 Wehner, Kenneth 113 Wehner, Richardd 339 Wehrman, Jean 132 Weinberger, Arleen 272,174 Weiner, Gwendolyn 301,277 230.229 Weiner, Judi Beverly 291 Weingarten, Lee 276,266,409 Weinzapfel, Anne 319,107 Weinzapfel, Jean 267 Weiss, Carol 173 Weiss, Jacqueline 306 Weiss, Stephen ..... 24,170.173 Weitzel, Nancy 291 Wekman, Pete 339 Welch, John R. 345.406 Welch, Paula Lou 315,76 Welch, William 354,387 Weldy, Norma 263 Wellman, Peter 286 Wells, Cynthia 265-260 Wells, Lawrence 258 Welty, Kenneth 113,160 Wenger, Erich 282 Werden, John Hall 130 Werner, Judith Rae 299,267 Wessman, Dick 328,97 West, Dale 352 West, Edith Rosella 272 West, Dale 371.375 West, Patrick 350,352.61 West, Wilfred 261 Western, Mickey 157 Wetmore, Buel 350,352,282 461 Weyer, Marilyn 107,296 Whaite, Gary 321,352 Whaley, George 353 Whaley, Robert 353 Whatley, Carter 63 Whatley, John 357,356,135 65,261 Wheeler, William 345,138,165 Whitaker, Carolyn 310,265,39,409 White, Albert 345,286 White, Anne 267 White, Anthony 339 White, Derek Arthur 330 White, Frank 165,161 White, Jack 326,334,327,63 White, Raymond 97 White, Lawrence 286,161 White, Lonnie 72,158 White, O ' Mara, Jr. 250 White, Patricia 309 White, Stephen 337 White, Thomas 330 White, Walter 113 Whiteman, Jinx 305 Whitlack, Karen Kay 302 Whitman, Lynne 280 Whitney, Gail 320,321,107 Whitney, Judith 252 Whitney, Mary 252 Whittlesey, William 331 Wiborg, Lloyd Henry _344,345,97 31,233,40,57,58 Wiebmer, Constance 273,259 Wielang, Dorothy 71 Wiggs, Monte Ann 313 Wight, Barrie 339 Wikle, John Lee 343 Wilcox, Grant 349 Wilcox, Patricia Ann 310 Wilcox, Tommy 333 Wild, Donald ....342,371,173,373 Wilder, Judith Mary 313 Wilder, Bill 326 Wilhelmi, Orran 341 Wilkerson, Gary 260 Wilkey, William 282 Wilkinson, Linda Ann ....310 275 Wilkinson, J. 327 Will, Carol Ann 273 Willa, Pete 353 Willet, Herbert 361,113,173 Willey, Mary Ellen 320,321 107,162 Williams, Anne 306,411 Williams, Brenda 278 Williams, Carol 306 Williams, Carol 276 Williams, Christina 305 Williams, Minner..284,371,372 373,376,374,257 Williams, Henry 348 Williams, Jim 63 Williams, Joyce 107 Williams, Deano 284 Williams, Larry 371 Williams, Marge Lee 313 Williams, Marjory 276,264 Williams, Robert 349 Williams, Robert 97 Williams, Robert 352,391 Williams, Ronald 113,174,160 Williams, Sharon 299 Williams, Stephen 331,113 Williams, William 353,387 Williams, William 349 Williams, William 352 Willoughby, Gilbert 343 Willoughby, Suzanna 265 Willson, Raul 288 Wilmer, Elizabeth .321,272,164 Wilson, Barbara 410 Wilson, David. 173,156 Wilson, David 135,217 Wilson, Donna 285 Wilson, Edward ....344,345,284,371 378,374,375,372,387,386 61,373,376,377 Wilson, Gary 339 Wilson, James 335 Wilson, Jane 119 Wilson, Jon Wilson, Josephine 299 Wilson, Thomas 282 Wilson, Virginia 253 Wimmer, Lamon 325,234 Win, Kyaw 364,269 Wingate, Dennis 340 Wininger, Ruth 255 Winke, Jerry 287 Winship, Henry 31,138,165,161 Winski, Susan 252,301 Winslow, Susan 305,265 Winter, Judy Anne 165,161,62 Winter, Karen 309,413 Winterble, Peter 321 Wise, James 288 Wise, James 282 Witkin, Gail Teri 301 Witt, Karen Rae 310,97 Witz, Margaret 319,318 Wohlgemuth, David 361 Wohlgemuth, Loretta 175 Wolf, Andrea ....317,276,235,265 Wolf, Joy 320,321,273,409 Wolf, Perry 317,107,163,265 408,407 Wolf, Roberta 158 Wolfe, Lujuana 306,253 Wolfe, Ginger 321 Wolford, Laurence 379 Wolfson, Lewis 359 Woll, Michael Wm. 343 Woloshin, Stephen 359 Wong, Frances 183,262,33,62 Wong, Robert 113,160 Wood, Clifford 265 Wood, Eileen Ann 306 Wood, Judith 87,296 Wood, Mary 309,130,70 Wood, Susan 319 Wood, William 355,122 Woodburn, Sam 357 Woodhouse, Sue Amy 250 Woodin, James Edward 325 Woodruff, Nancy 280 Woodruff, Patricia 299 Woodruff, Royale 85 Woods, Jean 107 Woods, Katherine 319 Woods, Rene 321,275 Woodward, Douglas 343,47 Woolsey, Alvin 357 Woolsey, Sally 72 Worischeck, Joseph 122 Workman, Fred 336,337,371 Worthington, Bill 343 Wortman, William 346,165 Wray, Penelope 254,262 Wray, Robert 340 Wright, Delores 267 Wright, Donald __135,31,112,156 Wright, Kenneth 327 Wright, Michael 172 Wright, Mona Marie 87 Wright, Patricia 294,302,261 Wright, S. Heath 334 Wright, Sandra Anne ....294,296 Wright Sanya Anne 310 Wright, Sarah Marie 310,274 Wright, William 130 Wulffson, John Paull 330 Wyant, Joan 280 Wyatt, Donald 335,323 Wyse, Rodney Ellis 94,261 - Y - Yager, Richard Wm. 333,375 Yanez, Joe 271 Yang, Stephen 166 Yarger, Thomas Lee 333 Yates, Belle 301 Yee, Albert 262 Yee, Moon 250 Yerger, Lucy Eliz. 310,85,265 Yetaw, Liland 97 Yingling, Ernest 162 Yoakum, Edwin 162 Yocum, Samuel 331,284 Yoder, Dan 113,160 Yonan, Barbara 107 Yonash, Frances 303 Young, Alan 142,162,156 Young, Ervin Niels 325,254 Young, Neal Ford 113 Young, Richard 285 Young, Richard 331,401 Young, Kirk 354,355,381 Younger, Diane 317 Yount, John 287 Yuskas, Richard 336,284,379 Yutsus, Eugene 166,161 - Zacharek, Anthony 253 Zacharek, Ronald 253 Zahm, Cynthia 410 Zech, John James 346 Zeitvogel, Mary Ann 253 Zelickson, Tod 360,361 Zeligman, Betty Sue 276,263 Zeller, George 107 Zeller, Miles 330,284,257,386 390,39,387 Zeman, Gerald 379 Ziegler, Sherry Ann 296 Zilliox, Louis Jay 339 Zimbler, Myrna 158 Zimmerman, Ray 113,160 Zion, Ravel Dae ..252,300,301,274 Zuege, David Arthur 290 Zukowski, Raymond 156 Zylks, John 97 462 0 0 0 a Well, here I sit. The office is as quiet now as that first day last May when I sat in this chair feeling the full significance of being named the 1961 Desert Editor. What a scary feeling, all those pages, all those decisions. But I can honestly say it was fun, more fun than I imagined possible. With all the late indigestable dinners, disappointments, aggravations, and cokes, the annual finally began to take form. How does a yearbook take form? It must be accomplished by the hard work and cooperation of a team. The 1961 Desert staff was indeed a team never too tired to work on Saturdays and Sundays, never too busy to devote those extra few hours which make the difference. Indeed, the 1961 Desert would never have taken form without the perseverence and conscientiousness of this staff. And so I repeat, it was fun, fun not only in editing this yearbook, but fun in working, and having the pleasure of knowing this fine group of students. First and foremost, I mention my assistant editor, Patti Veliz, without whom this annual would never have gone to press. Patti is a terrific artist and worker. She will edit the 1962 Desert and from all indications, it will be a fine book. Carolyn Gibbs, art editor, has a unique talent of putting into design what a person feels and thinks. This year ' s cover and division pages are quite distinctive. Ted Bowen, business manager, sold all 32 pages on time! Carolyn Peirce, adminis- tration and activities, was a 7:40 a.m. worker, patient with a demanding editor, producing very fine copy as she did on last year ' s book. Margie Tench, organiza- tions, had every group in existence, it seemed, in the ballroom that week in December, but with masterful organization, produced a new and efficient method of photographing organizations. Diana Burk, campus life, had more fun fighting with me over which pic- tures and captions should go into her unique section. This section I am most proud of. Thank you, Diana. Sheri Hadley, colleges, was the first editor to meet her deadline. What a feat! She delayed Christmas vacation in order to boast of this. Dave Hossler, sports, never thought he would finish. Dave, the Sigma Nu pledges, and Frank Soltys produced a good com- posite of 1961 sports. Thanks, Dave, for taking so many pictures for me. Thanks, Frank Soltys, for so much of your precious time. Robbie Collings, copy editor, could often be seen scanning reams of copy paper and galleys. Robbie is for reliable. She will copy edit the 1962 Desert. Tom Schoch, photo editor, must have processed over 2,500 pictures between the seniors and the greeks. Tom was one of the few men around the office this year. Thanks Linda Handelman, " handlebars, " for typing all of those long lists and helping us all so much. Sue Winski and Pat White finished honoraries and clubs at the break of Easter vacation. There were many long hours put in on those sections. Liz Wilmer effectively handled the dorm section. Yvonne Tellez chased Who ' s Who students for over 3 months. Sue Horseman stepped into Cam- pus Life when Diana took a brief leave of absence. She took over very ably even if she wasn ' t sure of what she was doing. Carol Gommel and Cha Keenen worked on their colleges sections during Christmas vacation. Carol Geisler, research, is a fine writer and repor ter and I was proud to have her on the staff this year. Laura Rose had to rewrite her section in Colleges the day before Christmas vacation. Sandy Sponheimer, Joan Sandin, and Linda Wilkinson, composing the lay- out staff, put in many Saturdays of hard work. Phyllis Hudson, index-head secretary, has seen the last of her notorious index. She never complained about doing this necessary, but oh so tedious job. JoAnn Cohen, WRA sports, still can ' t find the softball picture. She did a very accurate and conscientious job. Paul Chuppa, Desert Dance chairman, gave us all a won- derful dance. Thanks to Joan Johnson for all her help. And now it gives me great pleasure to thank two people who with no titles of any kind, produced nine sigs, or 144 pages, between them. Lois Fenstermaker, one of the hardest workers, finest writers, and most gratifying people I have ever met. Thank you so much, Lois. Jim Blumberg, freshman extraordinary, Assist- ant editor of the 1962 Desert. What can I say about a person who has placed his heart and talents at my disposal. My only thought is that next year Patti and Jim should put out a great book. And now to the few emotionally mature individuals who contributed their time and talents to the 1961 Desert. Charles " Bumps " Tribolet, unofficial faculty advisor, who spent valuable time in reading and approving Desert copy and giving much needed advice to an at times bewildered editor. Thanks " Bumps " for solving my " momentous " prob- lems. Thank you Lorna Marks and Jeannette Dicker- man for all your kind wishes and help on this year ' s book. Now, what does one say about a department without which the book could not go to press? Photo Department, composed of those truly professional people, Henk Moonen, John Fogle, and Bob Broder, every year take all the emotions and demands of the editors in their stride. Good luck with your new Photo Department. To Joe Hulderman and Stan Fabe, I can only express my deep gratitude for all of your tech- nical skill and talent which you put into the book. I suppose I am not the first nor certainly the last editor who has or will express this sentiment. ® Well, that ' s the 1961 Desert staff, those who were responsible for publishing this book. I am sure the entire staff will join with me when I again repeat this phrase which will stay in my mind always .. . IT WAS FUN . . . and I should certainly do it all over again if given the chance. HARLEAN KAUFMAN 1961 Desert Editor THE 1961 DESERT FINANCIAL STATEMENT: We Collected - Sale of the 1961 Desert $ 83.62 Subletting Desert office during vacations 7.82 Received for printing pictures 1.12 Received for not printing some pictures 2871.19 Sale of old Nixon Buttons to ASUA candidates 92.14 Sale of dirty joke book to KITTY KAT editor 127.19 Sale of copy paper to Wildcat .03 $3183.11 Tax 791.18 Total $3974.29 It cost us - Paid for printing $ 6.84 Paid for Lithographing 12.18 Paid for headache pills for Henk Moonen 96.17 Paid for bubble gum to hold the office furniture together .13 Delivery of 3 gallon drums of midnight oil to the graduate manager ' s office 10.00 Paid for Patti ' s transistor batteries 413.19 Salary to armed guard to keep campus cops out of the office 197.16 Salary to the section editors 400.00 Salary to proofreeders 400.00 Salary to business manager 600.00 Salary to assistant editor 500.00 Salary to editor 3.62 Replenishing pica sheets 891.00 Purchase of 5000 thumbtacks 2.00 Purchase of thumbtack rejuvenating machine 242.00 Purchase of 5000 more thumbtacks 2.00 Salary to efficiency expert 95.95 Rent on editor ' s automatic hair pulling machine 100.00 Dough shot $3969.25 Grand totals; Took in $3974.29 Spended $3969.25 Total gain $ 5.05 (just enough for a 1962 DESERT and a small coke) 464 PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS PROGRESS

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University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1


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