University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)
- Class of 1963
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Mindful of its pledge, "Education
for Service," and sensitive to the rap-
idly increasing needs of the college
community it serves, Central Missouri
State looks to the future and makes
progress its constant guide. Through
the efforts of the Missouri Legislature,
the Board of Regents, the Administra-
tion, faculty, and students, new facil-
ities have been constructed on the
campus needed for the modern system
of education CMS boasts. New build-
ings have been added to the CMS
campus beginning with Utt-Grinstead
classroom building, followed closely
by the construction of Garrison gym-
nasium and Central Elementary School
and the remodeling of Dockery. The
administrative offices have also been
remodeled and extended to accommo-
date several new administrative per-
sonnel. Many new members have been
added to the faculty. A new system of
enrollment expanded services of the
academic advisors available to the
Dr. Warren C. Lovinger, president,
has outlined for the Missouri Legisla-
ture that continued progress needs
more than 57,000,000 in the next
biennium to make improvements
necessary for the projected en rollment,
A science classroom building, an ex-
tensive addition to the library, a
general classroom building, and mar-
ried students housing are among
requested additions to the campus.
Other planned improvements call for
an addition to the College Union, two
new dormitories, and a college
1962-i963 can stand as a symbol
of CMS progress, beginning with the
dedication of the new College Union
September 29. Students, faculty, and
administration worked together to
bring this modern new building to the
campus, lrvin L. Peters, Dean of
Administration, and Miss H e l e n
Gilbert, director of the College Union,
played important roles in the realiza-
tion of this campus dream. Miss
Gilbert, with her assistant, Jesse Zink,
and the College Union Cabinet and its
committees provide a program of spe-
cial and varied activities.
But the new College Union is not
the only evidence of progress this year
at CMS. Nickerson Hall and Foster
Hall were first occupied fall term, and
construction started on Wood-Martin
classroom buildina, to house the Divi-
sions of Social Science and Language
and Literature by January l964.
therefore the staff
nifillzae September 29 marked the beginning steps of progress as fha College Union was deducaied
Dill' lhe year.
This view of lhe main
lounge ol the Union
shows only one of the
many facilities available
in ihe Union.
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Dr. Warren C. Lovinger this year completes his seventh year as administra-
tive head of Central Missouri State. During these years he has seen the enroll-
ment grow from 2003 to 535i with 45l8 on-campus enrollment,
Born in Big Sandy, Montana, he was brought up on a farm, received his
BA. and M.A. degrees from Montana State University and his doctorate from
Teachers College, Columbia University,
He served in the public schools of Montana as a teacher and administra-
tor, held a commission in the United States Navy and was Associate Secretary
of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. He was presi-
dent of Northern State Teachers College at Aberdeen, South Dakota, before
coming to Central Missouri State.
ln addition to holding important membership on several national education
committees, Dr, Lovinger is president of the State TEPS and president of the
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Dr. and Mrs. Lovinger have three children, Mrs. Clifford D, Schutier, of
Mansfield, Ohio, and Miss Jeannie Lovinaer, both of whom are alumnae of
CMS, and Buddy, a pupil in the Central Elementary School.
BOARD OF REGENTS
irman L. Carswell Harry R. Garrison Joe Herndon Mrs. Sinclair S. Gottlieb Q, Ralph Nottinge W. L. Simpson
-larrisonville Warrensburg Roytown Jefferson City Clinton Holden
The Board of Regents is the governing direc-
tors of Central Missouri State College. The
Board of Regents formulate the policies which
make up the everyday activities of the CMS
student and are carried out by the Administra-
tion of the college in order to facilitate the
educational opportunities of Central Missouri
Commissioner of Education
The Administrative Cabinet of the college is composed of the heads
of the divisions. The Administrative Cabinet meets to evaluate and put
into effect the policies of the College in order to work for the best
interests of the CMS student.
Left to Right: M. L. Meverden, Directcr of the Physical Plant: Harold L.
Young, Director of Field Services, Irvin L. Peters, Dean of Administration,
Warren C. Lovinger, President, D. W. Tieszen, Dean of Instruction, Marion
S. Schott, Director of Teacher Education, Reid Hemphill, Director of
Graduate Division, W. O. Hampton, Dean of Student Personnel.
John M. Dalton
Governor of Missouri
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Robert Boyd Margaret S. Brown Gerdld Edwgrd Culp Thomas Edmunds
Academic Adviser ACOd9r'nlC Adviser Academic Adviser Coordinator of Jackson
County Resident Center
Elizabeth Engle Irl Gladfelter Townsend Godsey J. O. Miller
Associate Professor of Director ot Placement D i r e c t o r of Public Academic Adviser
Home E c o n o m ic s , and Alumni Relations information Service
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Dgoistg ZAZTSI Lewis W. Shultz Jack L, Russell Floy Timmerman
Academic Adviser Academic Adviser Director of Housing
4 M Dean of Women
CMS FACULTY AND DEPARTMENTAL GROUPS
LIBRARY STAFF HELPS STUDENTS
Wasyl Huculak Fern Gibson S H ll S
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Grinstead Building is occupied by
the applied arts and sciences.
The nursing, art, agriculture, home
economics, and industrial arts de-
partments work together here. G
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Noel B, Grinstead, Professor of Industrial Arts and
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Assistant Professor of
Agriculture and Head
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Instructor of Art
Assistant Professor of
Nursing Ed. ond Head
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Professor of Art, Head
Instructor of Indus-
Instructor of Nursin
Associate Professor of
Instructor of Art
Instructor of Nursing
Instructor of Nursing
Beta Alpha art fraternity sponsors a spring
art fair and sells pennants at Homecoming. Offi-
cers are, president, Dave Leamon, vice president,
Molly Murphy, secretary, Eloise Middaugh, treas-
urer, Janice Wittman. Professor Edwin C. Ellis is
Row One: Judy Ozias, Jan Parks, Alana Cross,
Row Two: Marilyn Faien, Janet Busch, Janice
Wittman, Eloise Middaugh, Row Three: Charles
Yates, Ann Kennedy, Norma Cummins, Ann Uhr,
Dennis Rexroad, Row Four: Donald Lange, Dave
Leamon, Harold Gratcher, John Livesay, Larry J.
Root, Dick Bowman.
Row One: Ellen Gibson, Helen Evans, Row Two: Barbara Cumper, Jeanette Ady, Judy Foreaker,
Sandra Hunt, Chris Lebioda, Barbara Epersole, Deanne Van Booven, Row Three: Stella Edwards,
Phoebe Owen, Nancy Hotchkiss, Brenda Porter, Glenda Curry, Betty Weathers, Brenda Herndon,
Janet Rosa, Elaine Cross, Row Four: Gloria Rouchka, Sharon Wendleton, Ann Courtney, Glenda
Cooper, Diane Brean, Carol Bradhorst, Carolyn Mellenbruch, Linda Dale, Row Five: Sharon
Murdock, Delta Reine, Barbara Meads, Judy Weseloh, Janet Eickhoff, Sherlene Stonnor, Carol
Lee, Sandy Roark, Judy Fritts.
The Nursing Club, under the sponsorship of
Miss Erna Rueggeberg, goes caroling at Bothwell
Hospital, Sedalia, at Christmas, tours Menorah
Medical Center, and has guest lectures at its
meetings. The Nursing Club is primarily for those
students who profess a genuine interest in the
field and who plan to eventually take their place
in the world of medical aid. Officers are, presi-
dent, Charlene Mudd, vice president, Norma
Holbrook, secretary, Linda Whitehead, and
treasurer, Vivian Tate.
Row One: Judy Wilde, Sandy Mann, Jennie
Smith, Row Two: Brenda Tillotson, Carolyn
Porter, Janice Beisley, Marilyn Crawford, Judy
Anderson, Dixie Getz, Row Three: Carolyn Ruff,
Nancy Neunzerling, Linda Whitehead, Charlene
Mudd, Lizzy Sisk.
The Agriculture Club spon-
sors a hayride and barn dance,
banquet, and the FFA judging
contest, Officers are president,
Ralph Oldham, vice president,
Jerry Goddard, secretary, Pam
Brady, treasurer, Dan Hussey,
reporter, Larry Martin, parlia-
mentarian, Ralph Gary, and
sergeant-at-arms, Bill Ramey.
Milford Quimby is the sponsor.
Row One: Pam Brady, Larry
Olson, Larry Gadt, Howard
Hart, David Frazier, Jerry
Evans, Row Two: Milford
Quimby, Charles Egbert, Ralph
Oldham, Melvin Hawkins, Bob
Sandy, Row Three: J erry
Goddard, Dan Hussey, Roger
Kloepper, Ralph Grey, Charles
Prince, Robert Eissler.
Colhecon, the CMS chapter
of the American Home
Economics Association, sponsors
a freshman pajama party, has
a formal initiation of new mem-
bers at Richard's Hall, and sells
fruitcakes at Christmas time.
Officers are president, Brenda
Porter, first vice president,
Sharon Wendleton, second vice
president, Nancy Hotchkiss, re-
cording s e c r e t a ry , Jeanett
Eickhoff, corresponding secre-
tary, Carol Lee, treasurer, Judy
Weseloh, point keeper, Nancy
Cole, and social chairman,
C a r o ly n Mellenbruch. Mrs.
Carolyn Gillis is the sponsor.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
The lndustrial Arts Club won second
place in this year's Homecoming float com-
petition. lt is headed by president, Burlie
Joe Brown, vice president, Mike Keith: sec-
retary, Jerry Carter, and treasurer, Kenneth
Tally. A spring picnic and field trips are
activities of the club. Dr. John W. Horine is
KAPPA OMICRON PI
Members of Kappa Omicron Pi, honorary
home economics fraternity, publish a
departmental letter each term, celebrate
Founders Day, December ll, and have a
sophomore party for prospective members in
the fall. Officers are president, Carol Stegner,
first vice president, Judy Beard: secretary,
Alice Walker, keeper of the archives and
guard, Brenda Porter, and Distaff reporter,
Paula Melton, Miss Grace Livingston is the
Row One: James Watkins, Lewis Tivis, Leland Finley, Bonnie Burgdorf, Shirley
Bowman, Paula Gore, Burl Brown, Roger Kelley, Khurshid Khan, Row Two: Terry
Landers, Reece Sparks, Lloyd Hancock, Fred VanEaton, Jerry Carter, David
Johnson, Werner Schafer, John Jennings, Jimmy McDonald, Curt Fritchman, Mike
Biondo, Steven Bowers. Row Three: Charles Hunzinger, Roger Bailey, Delmar Feeler,
Lyle Hacker, Don Grube, Wayne Harris, Donald Lawson, Bill Stuerke, Jerry Foulds,
Bill Diem, Ken Brewer, Joe Finks. Row Four: C. Keseman, D. Wallis, J. Ivy, Charles
Bultemeier, Gene Page, Gary Erwin, David Lochmann, John Ritter, Bill Brock,
George Dunning, 'Dr, Horine, Mel Jenkins. Row Five: William Brame, Dr, Robert
Goetz, Kenneth Talley, Mike McDonald, Dan Cogan, Jim Milburn, Larry Daniels,
Harvey Day, Jerry Neth, Dr, William Vacek, Prof, Noel B, Grinstead, Row Six:
Bob McCombs, Robert Smith, Delbert Boedeker, Gary Newham, Mac Proffitt, Gordon
Neon, Mike Keith, Harvey Oberweather, Larry Beene, Kenneth Eckhoff, Donald
Row One: Brenda Porter. Row
Two: Judy Beard, Paula Melton.
Row Three: Virginia Chapman,
Judy Weseloh, Carol Lee.
The Collegiate 4-H club spon-
sors officer training for regional
4-H clubs, and visits clubs to
teach them how to give demon-
strations and other club activities.
Collegiate 4-H works with the
Agriculture Club to sponsor a
Junior Royal in the spring, Offi-
cers are president, Sue Stark,
vice president, Barry Ellis: secre-
tary-treasurer, Brenda Porter, re-
porter, Jim Milburn: song leader,
Vera Keeton: recreation leader,
Barbara Burkholder, Earl Lowe
is the sponsor.
Row One: Ruth Rosbrugh,
Carolyn Woolery. Row Two:
B a r b a r a Burkholder, Brenda
ff Porter, Donna Hedges, Vera
Keeton, Susan Stark, Carolyn
Page, Row Three: Jane Berger,
Peggy Lowry, Carol Brandhorst,
Betty Scott, Linda Collis. Row
Four: Jim Milburn, Barry Ellis,
Loretta Dowler, Jeannette Eick-
hoff, Jerry Dunkin, Betty Bock.
Dockery's new inferior houses The offices
of the Business Division faculty on the West
side of the first floor. Classrooms are located
on all four floors.
Baker J. Allison Barnhill Roger W. Best Monroe Bird DCIS BIGCIQWGII
of Business Instructor of Business Instructor of Business Instructor of Business ASSOCiGte Professor
Administration Administration Administration
Dir, of Terminal
Instructor of Business
Kuhn' J,-I Margaret Brown Kunz
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Instructor of Business
Professor of Business and Chairman of
Keith Scott William Sparling
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
of Business of Business
The Accounting Club sponsors speakers for their regular meetings from
IRS, GAO, HAA, and CPA. The Accounting Club is composed of those students
who show a sincere interest in the profession and who are training to enter
the accounting field after their completion of college training. Officers are
president, Theodore L. Chapman, vice president, Gilbert Young, secretary,
Janice Goodman. Keith B. Scott is the sponsor.
Row One: Arthur Menshouse, Gilbert Monnig,
Row Two: Ron Niemeyer, Tom Bell, Janice
Goodman, Kenneth Hoit, Row Three: Dr. Hale
Blackwell, Glenn Lyle, Freddie Hunter, Larry
Kauffman, Lance Casady, Row Four: August
Tegtmeyer, Gene Stonewall, Wayne Loy, Jim
Muchmore, Jerry Sulzner, Wendell Fuehring.
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT
Members of the Society for the Advancement of Management,
founded January 25, have an opportunity to attend functions of the
National Senior Division of the Advancement of Management, go on
plant tours, and participate in panel discussions The Society places special
emphasis upon the management area of business and delves into the
importance of good and qualified management. Officers are president, Jim
Hayes, vice president, Ronald Roggy, secretary, Natalie Fischer, and treas-
urer, Wendell Waller. Dr. James Britton and Prof. Roger Best are sponsors.
Row One: Ronald Roggy, Natalie Fischer, William
Lewallen, Howard Fukienaga, Elaine Stevens, Allan
Hayes, Rita Grider, Ruby Wilson, Row Two: Joe
Smith, Bruce Kendrick, Brenda Bail, Robert Winn,
Charles Egbert, Pete Cipolla, Fred Bieberlz, Terry
Steele, Wendell Waller, Pat Heath, Row Three: R. W.
Best, Homer Radford, Pete Nichols, Larry Polzin, Jim
Stroth, Jim Swope, Wayne Millard, Rowlings Ham-
mett, Dr. Britton, Row Four: Ron Jones, Jim Hayes,
Jim Underwood, Wayne Brasser, Sam Shade, Gary
Walker, Bob Sechrest, Gary Weaver, James Luehrs,
The Secretarial Science Club spon-
sors a spring banquet, panel discus-
sions, and other programs at their
monthly meetings. The purpose of the
club is to provide a professional organ-
ization for secretarial science majors
and contacts with professional people
for whom they will be working, The
officers are president, Patricia Acker-
man, vice-president, Dorothy Ahle, and
secretary-treasurer, Sharon Hunt.
Row One: Lou Lawson. Row Two:
Jeane Purvis, Sharon Hunt, Gayle
Hoopes, Becky Ernstmeyer. Row Three:
Jeanne Fulk, Janet Jones, Nancy
Fleischmann, Anna Marie Pope, Vickie
Boyer. Row Four: Olin Frazier, Dorothy
Ahle, Erma Green, Darlene Cort. Row
Five: Mary Ann Koch, Carolyn Zah-
ringer, Barbara Klemme, Judy Howard,
SECRETARIAL SCIENCE CLUB
Pl OMEGA Pl PUBLISHES POPCORN
Pi Omega Pi, under the leadership
of Pat Maasen, president, and Dr.
Charles Kuhn, Jr., sponsor, promotes
interest in scholarship achievements
and gives aid in the civic betterment
of schools, and also encourages high
ethical standards in business and pro-
fessional life. The group publishes
POPCORN, the national yearbook, and
helps with the commercial contests in
the spring. The chapter ranks in the
top ten of Pi Omega Pi chapters across
the nation. Pi Omega Pi is an honor
organization for commercial education
majors which requires a 2.75 grade
point average in business and educa-
tion courses for membership,
Row One: Judi Tittle. Row Two: Sue
Kille, Carol Craig. Row Three: Natalie
Fischer, Judy Tipton, Alice Klee. Row
Four: Janet Vocate, Sandra Thomas,
Kay Norris, Pat Maasen.
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Howard Baltz Virginia Browning Martha Booth Theola Bradley
William Brewington Edith Brooks
of Associate Profeggorl I n s t r., Supervising I n s t r., Supervising I n st r., Supervising Counselor, Instructor Associate Professor,
Audio-Visuai Teacher, lst Grade Teacher of English Teacher, 6th Grade SUDSYVISIUQ TGUCIWGV
Grant Robert Davis Nina Devennv Bessie Elliott Hattie Ewald
Associate of Assistant Professor Instr. , Supervising Associate Professor of Aggigtgnt Professor
Education Co- Dir. of Counseling Teacher, Commerce E d u C a tio n a n d Education
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Luther Gregg lll
of Instr. and SupervisingAssistant Professor of
Teacher, Principal, Education
Henry Goff, Jr.
Carl Haldiman Bertha Hopkins H. Clay Jent Mary Jane John Eugene Keffer Marvin Looney Louise McConnell
Aggocigte Professor of I n s t r . Supervising Professor of Philoso- Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of i n s t r. , Supervising
Educqtion Teacher, Junior High phy and Education Special Education Education Education Teacher, Junior Hiah
Marion S. Schott
Professor of Education, Division Chairman, and
Director of Teacher Education
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Robert Marshall R, Clark Morton Billy Mudd Dale Nelson
Assistant Professor of Professor of Education I n s t r . , Supervising Associate Professor
Education Teacher, Science Education
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Assistant Professor of I n s t r., Supervising I V1 S I' I' . , SUDGYVISIVIQ Professor of Education
Ed., Director of Test- Teacher, Social Studies TSGCIWSV, 4th Gfflde
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Alvin Rollond Ernest Rush Georgia Sewell Riff! Sullivan
I n s t r., Supervising I n s t r , , Supervising I n s t r., Supervising I V1 S f V - , 5UDeVV'Slf1Q
Teacher, Mathematics Teacher, Social Studies Tch. Home Ec, TSOCIWSF, 5Tl'l Grade
Nora Thompson James Van Patten Lowell Whiteside
I n st r., Supervising Arthur Ter Keurst Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
Teacher, Kindergarten Professor of Education Education Education
ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
The Association for Childhood Education sponsors a Saturday morn-
ing story hour at libraries near Warrensburg. The ACE members strive
to better understand the basic philosophy of childhood education through
the media of practical experience and coping with the problems which
confront educators in the education of our youth. The CMS chapter is
one of I44 national chapters of ACE. Janette Maty is president, vice
president is Janice Wittman, recording secretary, Mildred Cole, corres-
ponding secretary, Carol Deck, and treasurer, Betty Bock. Dr. Kathleen
Ranson is the sponsor.
Row One: Jean Park, Row Two: Sue Barth, Jane
Hamilton, Sue Hickman, Vera Keetong Row Three:
Mildred Cole, Judy Gregg, Jane Igo, Mary Ann Koehler,
Barbara Hodges, Row Four: Janice Barnett, Sondra
Bickel, Joy Dugger, Eloise Middaugh, Janice Wittman,
Elberta Crouch, Row Five: Mary Hahn, Janette Maty,
Carol Deck, Carolyn Bowden, Ruth Blankenship, Lois
McCorkIe, Betty Bock.
Carol Deck, Dr. Marion Schott,
chairman of the Division of Educa-
tion and Psychology, and Lee
Woodrum pack books for distribu-
tion to students in Central America.
Snea is a pre-professional organization
designed to orientate students with education.
SNEA activities include Education Day, MSTA
convention in Kansas City, the Education Ban-
quet, and organizing FTA groups in district
high schools. Publications of SNEA include 0
local Newsletter, NEA Journal, and School
and Community magazine. Riley Chrisman is
president of SNEA, Carol Deck, vice president,
Mona Brown, secretary, Carol Lee, treasurer,
Judy Battagler, historian, and sponsors are
Grant Clothier, Hattie Ewald, Robert Marshall,
James Ashe, and L. E. Whiteside.
The Psychology Club works
with parolee rehabilitation and
also planned a trip to the
Menninger Foundation this year.
Ml , At the meetings, members dis-
,W W ,, cuss psychological problems and
occasionally hear guest speakers.
Officers are president, Kurshid
Khan, vice president, Susan
Swartz, and secretary-treasurer,
Sharon Smith. Dr, Arthur Ter
Keurst is the sponsor.
Row One: Kathryn Eck, Ellen
Jane Mathews. Row Two:
Carolynn Smith, Khurshid Khan,
Willa Wlade. Row Three: Linda
Dowell, Robert Barry, Susan
Swartz, Dr. Ter Keurst.
Row One: Sandy Jennings, Gladys Hader, Susan Hargrove, Judy Gibson, Barbara
Burkholder, Sharon Zietle, Rebecca Vollenweider, Joyce Nichols, Donna Allen,
Cindi Cash, Judi Tittle, Juanita Brockmeier, Margery Carver, Natalie Fischer. Row
Two: Sharon Kay Smith, Ed Creech, Vera Keeton, Mary Ann Culp, Jane lgo, Sandro
Twenter, Susan Stark, Carolyn Hudlemeyer, Pat Studer, Jan Hamilton, Willa Wade.
Row Three: Carolyn Petersen, Mary Kay Campbell, Jane Berger, Donna Cusick,
Linda McKissack, Janie Ott, Mona Halliburton, Bonnie Blosser, Ruth Kempf, Sherry
Jones, Mildred Cole, Victory Keeler, Kathie Finehart, Ann Michael, Donna Sprouse.
Row Four: Sue Ann Hovde, Sondra Bickel, Karin Burgess, Linda Gudde, Linda
Elling, Nancy Campbell, Judy Lea, Lanna Moyer, Judy Battagler, Zela Clasbey,
Lou Kircher, Janice Wittman, Barbara Chamberlain, Judy Willis, Harlan Lawson.
Row Five: L. E. Whiteside, Carolyn Schmidt, Joy Dugger, Dixie Denney, Madge
Craig, Betty Baker, Carmen Asp, Arthur Rinehart, lan Pollard, Martha Needy,
Rosalee King, Ronald Griswold, Albert Morse, Dr, Robert Marshall, Row Six: Sharon
Michaelis, Martha Sprouse, Sharon Lea Smith, Sandra Hurst, Donna Hedges, Judy
Rosenbaum, Kay Talley, Judy Hartley, Nancy Neuenschwander, Bev Lawrence,
Jannette Eickhott. Row Seven: Fred Stegner, Janet Vocate, Elberta Crouch, Ruth
Blankenship, Carol Deck, Jeanette Maty, Mary Adkins, Annette Morotz, Barbara
Hodges, John Minthorn, Riley Chrisman, Jerry Butcher, Row Eight: Herschel Golub,
Earl Parris, Janice Barnett, Betty Bock, Mona Brown, Patricia Bell, Marsha Hallo,
Barbara Leser, Anne Benne, Betty Pine, Velma Moulton, James Adams, Dave
Leamon, Ed Sellers.
Garrison gymnasium is the
scene of many fast moving
basketball games. Intramural
games and gym classes also
meet there. Garrison is head-
quarters for the Division of
Men's and Women's Physical
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIVISION
Gene Bartow Richard Carter
Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of
Physical Ed, and Head
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Assistant Professor of Instructor of Phy
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Instructor of Physical Profe-SSOI' of PIWSICOI Associate Professor of Assistant Professor
Education Ed, and Head of Dept. Physical Education Physical Education
of Women's P,E.
Carmen Ness James Odenkirk Kenneth Robb Floyd Walker
Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
Physical Ed and Di- Physical and Head of Physical Education Physical Education
rector of Athletics Men's P, E. Dept.
Assistant Professor of
Harald Yinger, Professor of Physical Coach Thomas Hairabedian clowns on the trampoline at a basket-
Education and Chairman ofthe Depart- ball game halftime.
PEM Club, under the leadership of Carol
Hilton president, and Miss Dorothy Coleman,
sponsor develops professional attitudes in the field
of physical education. PEM Club sponsors an
alumni banquet, senior weekend, and participates
In state and national conventions. Other officers
are first vice president, Judy K. Jones, second vice
president, Beverly Powell, secretary, Gay Miller,
treasurer, Pat Tebbenkamp, and publicity chair-
man Patsy Hughes.
Row One: Sue Loudon, Linda Whitaker, Janet Sallee, Jo Ellen
Catron, Row Two: Carolyn Gentry, Sue Bueker, Mary Peterson,
Carolyn Peterson, Gay Miller, Ann Nakamura, Phyllis Jacobson,
Sandy Jennings, Marjorie Smith, Ellen Hammond, Row Three:
Pat Hughes, Delores Mann, Mary Gilbert, Beckie Quinn, Judy
Updike, Sandra Cook, Janice Graef, Mari Ann Culp, Liz Bueker,
Dee Beard, Sue Ann Hovde, Betty Kay Childress, Row Four: Sue
Synoviec, Beverly Powell, Diane Keller, Maribeth Windes, Carol
Hilton, Pat Tebbenkamp, Lorna Dyche, Juanita Brockmeier,
Sharon Mathis, Kathie Finehart, Sandra Steinmetz, Row Five:
Kay Bailey, Nedra Covey, Judy K. Jones, Judy Heinburger,
Dorothy Phillips, Janice Houtchens, Beverly Allen, Carol Glass,
Phyllis Hofstetter, Lynda Gudde, Judy Boresow, June Drake.
PHYSICAL EDUCATORS CLUB
The Physical Educators Club, sponsored by
Dr. J. E. Odenkirk and Dr. Hal Yinger, has as its
purpose the building of a brotherhood of all col-
lege men who are majors and minors in physical
education. Officers are president, Robert Corder,
vice president, Frank Tuggle, secretary, Don
Thomas, and treasurer, Bill Silverberg.
Row One: Ron Mirikitani, Jerry Lorenzini, Jim McEwen, Row Two: Abe Clark
Bob Corder, Dick Ridgeway, Jim Alziere, Tim Donovan, Row Three: Tom Hayes
Max Myers, Jim Davis, Don Thomas, Robert Corder, Roger Frantz, RowY Four
Dr. J. E. Odenkirk, D. Hall, Gordon Dryer, Frank Tuggle, Dr, Harold. iV1Q?V
Row Five: Keith Jghngon, Leland Day, Bill Cox, Jerry Dunkin, Bill Hill
M Club elects a
s p o r t s queen each
term. All school
dances and an award
banquet are two
events the club holds
during the year, M
Club, led by president
J. B, Frost, vice presi-
dent, Bob Walters,
and sponsors Dr, Ness,
Dr. Stewart, G e n e
Bartow, Earl Keth, and
Dr. Yinger, sold con-
cessions at all the
football and basket-
Row One: Jim Mathenia, Jim Hagerman, Matt Benedicto, Ron Mirikintani, J. B, Frost, Marvin Reese, Row Two:
John Rice, Harold Wambsgans, Duane Hall, Abe Clark, Mike Kirkpatrick, Joe Shaughnessy, Dr. Stewart: Row
Three: Dr. Ness, Charlie Brader, Jerry Hightower, Frank Tuggle, Boyd Groves, Dr. Yinger, Row Four: Max
Jordon, Dick Kessler, Bill Hill, Larry Baucom, Bob Walters, Harry Carlton, Bob Hart.
The members of
the Womens Recrea-
tion Association par-
ticipate in intramural
sports such as field
hockey, bowling, and
are, president, Becky
Quinn, vice president,
Diane Keller, secretary
treasurer, Mary Gil-
bert, and publicity
Finehart. Mrs. Mildred
Evans and Miss Pot
Matlok are the
Dolphins big yearly
event is the spring
water shop, which
runs for several days.
Officers are president,
Mary Ann Culp, vice
president, Patty Sni-
der, secretary, Mary
Beth Windes, treas-
urer, Pat Sweeney,
Ann Uhr, and sponsor,
Miss Betty Elgin, The
members spend many
hours learning syn-
and group swimming
for their show.
Row One: Sandy Jennings, Jo Ellen Catron, Ann Nakamura, Gay Miller, Row Two: Mary Gilbert, Becky Quinn,
Judy Updike, Sandra Cook, Janice Graef, Mary Ann Culp, Liz Bueker, Dee Beard, Row Three: Beverly Powell,
Diane Keller, Maribeth Windes, Carol Hilton, Pat Tebbenkamp, Lorna Dyche, Juanita Brockmeier, Sharon
Mathis, Kathie Finehart, Row Four: Nedra Covey, Judy K. Jones, Judy Heimburger, Dorothy Phillips,
Houtchens, Beverly Allen, Carol Glass, Phyllis Hofstetter, Lynda Gudde, Judy Boresow.
Row One: Mary Ann Culp, Margie Smith, Doreen Taylor,
Diane Grempler, Row Two: Sharon Burns, Sharon Hanson,
Ruth Burris, Rita Hayes, Kathy Finehart, Row Three: Miss
Elgin, Donna Barry, Sarah Wilcox, Carol Mengel, Sharon
Boggess, Liz Becker, Row Four: Sonci Osborne, Mary Hahn,
Pat Snider, Jane Gibson, Suzie Tiesler, Carol Tevis.
The Division of Language and
Literature is located in Dockery.
Dr. Robert Greef, chairman of
the division, ond the faculty
members have their offices on
the second floor.
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Mary Alice Summers
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The English Club sponsored John Knoeptle, a poetry reader, this year. Other
activities ot the club include a Christmas coffee and monthly meetings. The purpose
of the English Club is to bring together students interested in that area and to stimu-
late participation in the activities of the English department. Officers are president,
Carol L. Smith, vice president, David Hutton: secretary, Jackie Briggs: treasurer,
Mark Shinkle, and parliamentarian, Ted Epple, Dr. Robert Jones is the sponsor.
Row One: Mark Shinkle, Mrs. Summers, Sally Harmon,
Myra Harms, Linda Seba, Sandy Hurst, Ray Milton,
David Hodges, Dr. Robert Jones, Row Two: Dr. Gaugh,
Mr. Dial, Ted Epple, Barbara Hodges, Jerry Ganow,
Jackie Briggs, Dr. Greet, Dr. Unglesby, Vern Register,
David Hutton, Row Three: Mary Munday, Lawrence
MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB
The Modern Foreign Language Club
serves to promote an interest in modern
foreign languages, and to provide an
opportunity for the practice ot language
skills. Officers include president Janice
Wright, Spanish vice p r e s i d e n t ,
Lawrence Galbearth, German vice
president, Melvin Howell, French vice
president, Linda Gerrodg Russian vice
president, Steve Yovanovich, secretary,
Linda Lange: treasurer, Carol Weir:
and publicity chairman, Kathlyn Hiatt.
Sponsors of the club are Elizabeth
Callaway and Dr. William Johnson.
Row One: Sandy Hurst, Linda Gerrodp
Row Two: Zela Clasby, Jane lgo,
Paulette Genest, Sharon Smith, Row
Three: Linda Merritt, lan Pollard, Pat
Johnson, Row Four: Miss Callaway,
Diana Adams, Linda Lange, Lawrence
SIG A TAU DELTA
Row One: Beverly Wheeler, Bette
Widney, Jan O'Neol. Row Two: Linda
Lacld, Sharon Nininger, Janice Barnett,
Dr. Catherine Titus, Linda Seba, David
Hodges, Dr. Robert Jones, Dr. Taylor.
Row Three: Dr. Robert Greef, Dr.
Robert Gough, Ray Melton.
Pl KAPPA DELT
Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, one of
95 national chapters, publishes the Cernost each year.
Sigma Tau Delta is a national honorary English fraternity
whose local membership is limited to 25, Officers are
president, Carol L, Smith, vice president, Beverly Wheeler:
secretary-treasurer, Janice Barnett: and historian-reporter,
Linda Ladd. Dr. Catherine Titus is the sponsor.
Pi Kappa Delta, national hon-
orary forensics fraternity re-
quires, for membership, an excel-
lent or superior rating in several
events of debate tournaments.
Members are in the debate squad
ond participate in varsity debate
and individual work in intercol-
legiate debates. Officers are
president, Gene Lafferty . and
treasurer, Tony Eberwein,
Row One: Alice Mackey, Jan
O'Neal, Diane ldleman, John
Kohler. Row Two: Cliff Crofton,
Tony Eberwein, Mr. Porterfield,
CMSC PLAYERS SPONSCJR PLAY PRODUCTIONS
The CMSC Players present three major full length productions each year ROW One: JA D' Grissom! Snoron Zierlel Sue Ann
and one act production workshops between each major production. J, D. Loudon. Row Two: Lois Wolpers, Barbara Owings,
Janie Ott, Connie Niewald, Lou Ellen Kircher, Dr.
Highlander. Row Three: Dave Leamon, Craig
Jones, Barbara Stolz, Jan O'Neal, Cheryl Jasper.
Grissom served as president this year, Barbara Stoltz as vice-president, Sharon
Ziefle as secretary, Connie Niewald as treasurer, and Dee Draper as historian.
Dr. James Highlander is the sponsor. The officers, sponsor and members also ROW pour: Terry Ivory, Delores Shiner, Nancy
sponsor and host the annual high school speech and drama festival, which is Peters, Carol Buckley, John Sill, Winston Clardy.
held on the CMS campus.
Theta Alpha Phi, one of the
52 chapters of this honorary
theatre organization, encour-
ages its members to increase
interest, creativeness, to foster
artistic achievement in all of
the allied arts and crafts of the
theater, and to participate in
the production of campus plays.
Cue magazine is Theta Alpha
Phi's national publication. Sue
Louden served as president this
year, Dee Draper as secretary,
John Sill as treasurer, Mary
Meyer as pledge master, and
Sharon Ziefle as historian.
Row One: Sharon Ziefle, J. D.
Grissom, Sue Ann Loudon. Row
Two: Dr, Highlander, Dennis
Rexroad, Craig Jones, Barbara
Stoltz. Row Three: Dave Lea-
mon, Nancy Peters, John Sill.
ACTIVITIES OF THE
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Dee Draper, the Matchmaker, arranges for Frank Maehlbach to meet
Dr, Abe Basset, director of KCMW-fm, shows Gary
Nunn, head announcer, the new UPI teletype,
Joan Munson, news editor, compiles the daily
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through the halls of Utt Build-
ing, where the division ot
music is housed. Utt music hall
is located near the main lounge
and is the scene of many con-
certs and other activities
throughout the year. Band,
music theory, directing, and
other music classes are tought
in Utt building. Music appreci-
ation classes meet here and
practice rooms are available
throughout the building for
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of Music of Music of Music of Music of Music
Robert L, Stewart Wesley O. True Hugh Williams
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor of Music
of Music of Music
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music fraternity which requires
a 3.5 overall grade average and
outstanding performing ability in
the music area for membership.
1 This year Alpha Mu chapter, one
of 50 national chapters, spon-
sored the recital of Mrs. Norma
Rousseau. Officers are president,
Dr, Ralph Hart, vice president,
Dr. Hugh Williams, and secre-
tary, Miss Eleanor Shockey.
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Rinehart, Row Two: Miss Edith
Brooks, Dr. Hugh Williams, F. W.
Homan, Sharon Bertz, Row
Three: Miss Eleanor Shockey,
Barton Hudson, Margo Legsdin,
Row Four: Conan Castle, Ammon
Roberson, Dr, Ralph Hart, Ken
Crescendo Club is a music organ-
ization for all majors and minors in
that area. Crescendo Club strives to
enhance the appreciation of the
music arts out of a classroom situa-
tion while enabling its members to
show their own talents in the music
field. Officers are president, Richard
Dematteis, secretary, Sue Barbarick,
and treasurer, Ken Taylor. Dr. Ralph
Hart is the sponsor.
Row One: Sue Barborick, Eileen Durst, Rosalee King, Martha Needy, Mary Barnes, Carla
Wehmeir, Saundra Tising, Row Two: Janice Fleischer, Carmen Asp, Beverly Fleming, Linda
Warren, Patricia DeWitt, Carrie Swanson, Ellen Taylor, Sharon Fulton, Row Three: Judy
Stewart, Diane Gibler, Shirley Rustemeyer, Barb Roland, Donna Barry, Susan Branch, Ron
Clark, Nancy Payne, Row Four: Gary Johnson, lda Bueker, Arthur Rinehart, Patricia Adams,
Sharon Bertz, Joyce Vaughn, Margo Legsdin, Row Five: Richard Dematteis, Kenneth Taylor,
Bill McCandless, John Minthorn, Lynn Penticuff, David Medlen, Delbert Boedeker, Bill Callen.
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A CAPPELLA CHGIR
A Cappella Choir, whose members are selected by try-outs, ermtertalrm at
various cormvocatiorms directed by Dr, Ralph Hart.
The College Choir, directed by Dr. Conan Castle, also participates In
several convocations throughout the year.
Students s p e n d many
hours in the Iabs at the
science building, which
houses the division of sci-
ence and mathematics.
Claude H, Brown, Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of
the Math and Science Division, helps his students.
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Row One: Ralph Burns, Paul Dover, Tom Burnfin. Row Two: Bill Finley,
Caroline Ferris, Margery Carver, Steve Chrisman, Row Three: Charles
Heaton, Fred Wolff, James Sowers, John Steinbeck, Cecil VanBlareum,
Gordon White, Albert Dial, William Busby.
BETA BETA BETA
Beta Beta Beta, national biology fraternity, spon-
sors field trips, scientific projects, and an annual ban-
quet. Gamma Phi chapter members receive the national
publication Bios. Officers are president, Steve Chrisman,
and secretary-treasurer, Judity Chaney. Sponsors are
Richard F. Meyers and Dr, Alice Elliot.
The American Chemical Society
helps to acquaint chemistry stu-
dents with the different fields in
chemistry by having guest speak-
ers, field trips, and contacts with
the national organization's publi-
cation, The Chemical and Engi-
neering News. Steve Chrisman is
president of ACS, William Busby
is vice-president, and Gordon
White is treasurer, Dr. Charles
Heaton is the sponsor.
Row One: Sharon Mathis, Row Two: Linda Schroeder, James Parrott. Row Three:
Jerry McGowan, Judy Chaney, John Marqua. Row Four: Dan Dickneite, Steve Chris-
man, Joe White, William Busby.
Row One: Larry Gadt,
Neta Pope, Larry Olsen.
Row Two: Ann Uhr,
Lorna Dyche, Mary Gil-
bert, Werner Schafer.
Row Three: R i c h a rd
Hawksley, Joe White,
Herschel Golub, Roger
Kloepper, Jerry Mc-
Sigma Zeta is an honorary organization designed to encourage scholarship in
science and to recognize creditable attainments in this field. Requirements for
,membership include a 3.0 grade average in physical science courses and a 2.5
overall grade average. Psi chapter of Sigma Zeta, led by Jon Rickman, president,
Charles Niggley, vice president, Ralph Burns, secretary, Mike Weber, treasurer, and
sponsor Charles Young, take field trips and trips to hear off campus lecturers.
KAPPA MU I
Row One: John Koehler, Ralph Burns, Row Two:
Ron Henke, Larry Blair, Charles Young, Charles
Niggley, Lloyd Peterson, Row Three: Jesse Hyder,
Cecil Vanblarcum, Terry L. Holman, Jon
Rickman, Mike Weber, George Marchetti.
Kappa Mu Epsilon requires for membership a 3.0 grade average in 8 hours
of mathematics and superior grades in other courses. The organization's
members participate in a spring field trip, and prograrns at the meetings.
Delegates are sent to the national convention. The Pentagon is the national
publication, officers are president, Lura Cusick, vice president, Leland Long,
secretary, Jean McDowell, and treasurer, Larry Ragland. Dr. Charles Kelley
and Wallace Griffith are sponsors.
Row One: Larry Ragland, Row Two: William
Fulkerson, Albert Morse, Row Three: Charles
Watts, Jerry Carrell, Leland Lang, Row Four: Mike
Weber, Larry Blair, Charles Niggley, Jesse Hyder,
Row Five: Jon Rickman, Lura Cusick, Mary Lutte,
Row Six: Joe Roop, Ed Barnes, Gordon White,
Administration Building, in the center of
the campus, houses the administrative offices
on the first and second floors and the Social
Science Division on the third floor, The studio
of KCMW-tm, the campus radio station, is also
located on the third floor.
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Science, in conference with o student.
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Associate Professor Professor of Bible Professor of History
of Social Science Baptist Chair of Bible
Riley Pittman Donald F. Powell Byron S. Stewart
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of HUHWOVI REIONOVWS of Political Science of Social Science
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R. Leslie Anders
Guillermo E. Davila
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Director of Law
Erwina E, Godfrey
of Social Science
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Harry L, Wilkey
of Social Science
Roy M, Stubbs
of Social Science
Randolph O. Yeager
of Economics and
WORLD UNDERSTANDING WORKSHOP
Mohammed Nassim Kockman, Charge
d'Affaires ad interim of the lslamic Re-
public of Mauritania to the United States,
presents the flag of the Islamic Republic
of Mauritania to Dr. D. W. Tieszen, dean
of instruction, and Dr. Donald O, Powell,
associate professor of political science.
Dr. Donald O. Powell, associate profes-
sor of political science, and Wayne Acker-
rnan, editor of the STUDENT, greet His
Excellency, H. E. Ouman Sow, ambassador
of the Republic of Mali to the United
J. M. Udochi, ambassador to the. United States from Nigeria, presents Dr. D. W.
Tieszen and Dr. Donald O, Powell with the Nigerian flag as his secretary, E. U, Kerry,
ln Vienna, Austria on the
People to People tour are
Row One: Ruth Ann Sparks,
Mary Lou Lacey, Cliff
Crenshaw, Shirley Batchelet:
Row Two: Ed Barnes, Kay
Gross, Anita Williams, Linda
Callaway, Karen Rasnic.
University People to People enables stu-
dents to prove their interest in the world
in which they live. Members are selected
to tour Europe in the Student Ambassador
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Row One: Jane Igo, Cindi Cash, Marilyn Hill, Row Two: Khurshid
Khan, Donna Barry, Kay Gross, Joyce Rainsburg, Samir Qaddoura:
Row Three: Dr. Donald F. Powell, Janette Maty, Mary Hahn, Jo Ann
Hartman, Sharon Nininger, Alice Haug: Row Four: Gary Young,
Ronald Quick, Paul Herrick, Herbert Miller, De Wayne Allen, John
Sill, John Achelpohl.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
The International Relations Club informs
members on international affairs and aids in
the advancement of world understanding. IRC
permits CMS students to take an active role
in advancing their understanding of the social,
economical, and political aspects ofthe chang-
ing world international societies. Officers are
president, Khurshid A. Khan, vice president,
Jim McCollum: and treasurer, Lou Lawson,
Dr. Leslie Anders and Dr. Donald F. Powell
are the sponsors.
Row One: Khurshid Khan, Saeeda Khurshid:
Row Two: Thasnai Muckvichit, Mary Lou
Stevenson, Jane Igo, Samir Qaddoura, Lou
Lawson: Row Three: Barbara Hodges, Bill
Gill, Huda Nasir, Kozaburo Teno: Row Four:
Dr. Leslie Anders, Unifareti Sotoa, Chang Bin
Yim, Ufot Inyang, Young Lyal Kim,
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The College Union Cabinet, headed by Bernie Behlau, president,
and Nancy Roelofson, vice president, directs the College Union
Committees and plans Union activities. Among the activities are the
special nightclub parties which make their appearance each term on
the CMS campus social scene. They are also responsible for
Pertle Springs events. Each member of the cabinet serves as a co-chair-
man of a Union committee. Miss Helen Gilbert, director of the College
Union, and Jesse Zink, assistant director, are the sponsors.
Clockwise around the table are Miss Helen Gilbert,
Sherri Branson, Jesse Zink, Harold Nagel, Linda Ladd,
David Pennington, Mary Ann Koch, Barb Roland, Dee
Kramer, Nancy Roelofson, Michele Moorman, Mike
Downard, Roy Baker, Dick Shores, Helen Kuhr, Lynda
Gudde, Carl Youngberg, Pat Wallace.
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Row One: Judy Baugher, Jeannie Purvis, Mona Halliburton, Judi Tittle, Susie Whyte, Phoebe Owens, Fran Carney: Row Two: Lura
Cusick, Bonnie McCarthy, Susan Adler, Sheri Allyn, Cheryl Peltan, Mary Jane Thomas, Peggy Panhorst, Donna Van Meter: Row
Three: Helen Gilbert, Lorna Busch, Ron Hoffman, Mary Ann Schmidt, Donna Sprouse, Susie Tiesler, Caroline Bowden, Linda
Ladd, Bernie Behlau, Row Four: Mike Garry, Karin Mueller, Mary Ann Koch, Bob Gaunt, John Sill, Gordon Tompkins, Sandy
Moore, Harold Nagel.
Bernie Behlau, president of the College Union Cabinet, and Nancy
Roelphson, vice president, direct the activities of the Union committees.
These committees play a vital role in offering to CMS students an
opportunity to take advantage of the social functions which in themselves
permit education out of the classroom situation. Committees are Pertle
Springs, refreshments, married students, fine arts, publicity, entertainment,
special events, and dance and decorations.
Row One: Dee Kramer, Marilyn Hill, Cheryl Jasper, Carol
Long, Mary Rupp, Diane ldleman: Row Two: Stan
Grimsley, Dennis Rexroad, Barb Rowland, Bety Sue Eddy,
Sharon Hanson, Kendall Lawrence, Sherry Branson,
Kathryn Eck: Row Three: Al Singleton, Ann Michael,
Thelma Perkins, Eloise Middough, Mary Wittman, Sue
Barbarick, Jim Parsons: Row Four: Carl Youngberg, Gary
Eck, Bret Lange, Jeanette Maty, Sonci Osborne, Bill
Shipman, Harlan Lawson, Frank Tuggle.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
The SGA Executive Council is headed by president
of SGA Tony Eberwein, vice president, Ed Lamb, and
Speaker of the Senate, Mike Lord. Members of the
council include Mary Gilbert, Tony Marshall, Wally
Kille, Cliff Crenshaw, Mike Lord, Susan Skornia, Virginia
Taggart, Ed Pembleton, Rose Ann Potts, Ed Lamb, and
Tony Eberwein. The SGA Executive Council planned
Homecoming activities, Parents Day, method of select-
ing Homecoming Queen and Rhetor Queen, made the
rules for the CEMO contest, and proposed a campus
survey for addition to the student activities fund. The
council also held freshmen orientation with SGA, spon-
sored pep rallies, SGA Honors Banquet, and Senior Day.
The SGA Executive Council is also responsible for elec-
tion procedures for SGA officers and senators.
Mike Lord, speaker of the Senate, Ed Lamb, vice presi-
dent, and Tony Eberwein, president of SGA, go over
plans for SGA Executive Council and SGA Senate.
Row One: Shirley Flaugher, Marilyn Hill, Barbara Cumper,
Betty Steiner, Lu Lawson, Bonnie Blosser, Joyce Kindred.
Row Two: Charlotte Dieckman, Barbara Yates, Jan Foree,
Kay Harris, Barb Roland, Lynda Gudde, Susan Swartz,
Mike Napier. Row Three: George Carney, Jerry Landreth,
Al Singleton, Steve LaRue, Butch Daugherty, Joyce Dietz,
Janice Houtchens, Linda Cox, Bo Claxton. Row Four: Dan
Cogan, Don White, Bob Allen, Bob Gaunt, Bill Rabias,
Mike Lord, Torn Thompson, John Sill.
Mike Lord, speaker of the Senate, directs its activities which
include the establishment of the office of parliamentarian and facilities
chairman, approval of new campus organizations such as Delta Sigma,
Beta Epsilon, and the Society for the Advancement of Management,
revision of rules for the election of cheerleaders and the petitioning of
SGA senatorial candidates, and the establishment of the SGA bulletin
board and suggestion box, The senate also planned the SGA spring
trip. Officers of the senate are speaker, Mike Lord, speaker pro-tem,
Bo Claxton, secretary, Charlotte Dieckmann, and parliamentarian,
SGA SUPREME COU RT
Karen Rasnic, chief justice of the SGA Supreme Court, presides at
Cases concerning appeals from organizations, or student appeals, or disciplinary
cases. The Supreme Court is under the charter of the SGA Constitution and
the Supreme Court chief justice is a member of the SGA excutive committee.
Jim McCollum is prosecuting attorney and Fred Eberting is defense attorney.
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Scott Price, Lou Ellen Kircher, and Chief Justice
SGA TRAFFIC COURT
The SGA Traffic Court, headed by Chief Justice
George Carney, handles all appeals of disputes over
traffic tickets. lt is the Traffic Court's job to interpretate
and hand down the decisions concerning the traffic viola-
tions which involve the college student on his campus.
Associate judges are Sue Ann Loudon and Mary Ruth
Hutchinson. Dr. Hollis Chalquist is sponsor.
Chief Justice George Carney and Associate Justice Sue
Ann Loudon look over a traffic appeal.
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Members of the RHETOR staff are: standing, Joe Jadlow, Mike Garry, Mike Henry, Jack Taunt, Garry Sutton, Jerry Witt, Larry
Smith, Rick Merrifield, Rich McBee, sitting, Pat Sterling, Pete Cipolla, Carol Bliss, Joan Munson, Lynda Gudde, Donna Cusick,
Betty Sue Edde, Donna Sprouse, Sheri Allyn, Jeanie Henry, Sandy Steinmetz.
Part of the staff busily sorting underclassrnan pictures include Rich McBee, Lure Cusick, Pat Sterling, John Wheeler,
Donna Cusick, Joe Jadlow.
Wayne Ackerman editor ofthe STUDENT
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term os his ossociote editor, John Achepohl,
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takes over editorship
of the STUDENT
winter term, as
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pointer and Mrs.
Evelyn Runyon, od-
viser, gives on op-
Kathy Mason and Joan Munson
get their stories straight.
Wayne Ackerman and John Achepohl, editors, make assign-
ments to the STUDENT staff, Kathy Mason, Joan Munson,
Gary Nunn, Don Thompson, Anne Renkin, Rudy Rodriguez,
Betty Widney, Gail Carr, Becky Campbell, Rita Hayes, and
Rita Hayes and Rudy Rodriguez meet the Tuesday deadline.
John Wheeler, sports editor, knocks
out a football story.
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Mace and Torch, an honor organiza-
tion for junior and senior men, requires a
3.0 grade average or better, and the
demonstration of leadership in at least
two areas ot campus lite. lts purpose is to
recognize outstanding academic and lead-
ership qualities, Ed Lomb is president of
Mace and Torch and John Sill is secre-
tary-treasurer. Dr. Perry McCandless is
Row One: Ed Lamb. Row Two: Joe Wicott,
John Sill. Row Three: Ed Barnes.
Prexy Club, composed ot presidents ot all
student campus organizations, works tor better
communication and understanding between the stu-
dents and the administration ot the college. Mem-
bers discuss various compus issues at luncheon and
dinner meetings held once a month during the
academic year. There are no officers,
Row One: Sue Loudon, Ruby Wilson, Row Two: Gerald Shaon, Gladys l-loder,
Joyce Nichols, Khurshid Khan, Mildred Cole, Mory Ann Culp. Row Three:
Floyd Young, Jan O'Neal, Susan Stark, Pom Brody, Michele Dixon, Brenda
Porter, Gil Monnig. Row Four: Linda Ladd, Janette Maty, David l-lutton,
Jean Graham, Lura Cusick, Lynda Gudde, Fred Wolff, Don Thompson. Row
Five: Karin Mueller, Mary Lutte, Beverly Wheeler, Ralph Oldham, Dr.
Lovinger, John Sill, Pat Snider, Pat Ackerman, Jancie Barnett. Row Six:
Richard Dematteis, Jim Hayes, Betty Bock, Ed Barnes, J. B. Frost, John
Steinbeck, Riley Chrisman, Frank Tuggle, Dave Leamon, Terry L. Holman.
ALPHA PHI SIGMA
Alpha Phi Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity requires for mem-
bership, in the local Epsilon chapter, a 3.5 grade average for three
consecutive terms. Once each year the organization awards the Sapere
Aude scholarship which pays a deserving student's enrollrnent fees for
one term. Officers are president, Mildred Cole, vice president, Linda
Ladd, secretary, Carol Deck, and treasurer, Virginia Hilton. Dr. H. Clay
Jent is the sponsor, and national president of Alpha Phi Sigma.
ALPHA PHI DELTA
Row One: Terry Wright, Dennis Rexroad. Row Two:
Darrell Bieberly, Shirley Bowman, Brenda Porter, Gayle
Hoopes, Carmen Asp, Carol Deck, Dana Gilbert. Row
Three: Arthur Rinehart, Bill Funkerson, Jim Parrott,
Mildred Cole, Harlan Lawson, Edith Heberling. Row
Four: Dr. H. Clay Jent, Janice Barnett, Beverly Wheeler,
Kay Blair, Linda Ladd, Virginia Hilton. Row Five: Mike
Lord, Fred Bieberly, Mike Weber, Jesse Hyder, Larry
Blair, Kenneth Taylor, Courtland Hall.
Alpha Phi Delta gives a S35 scholarship each
year to a member of this honorary group for out-
standing women students. Requirements for mem-
bership include a 3.0 grade average for 30 hours
of credit, and the demonstration of leadership.
Officers are, president, Jean Kelsey Graham: vice
president, Mildred Cole, and secretary-treasurer,
Carol Deck. Dr. Laura Nahm is the sponsor.
Row One: Beverly Fleming, Martha Needy, Donna Allan, Sally Parrish.
Row Two: Eileen Durst, Gayle Hoopes, Carmen Asp, Sandy Jennings, Judy
Gregg, Roberta Cowe, Becky Tallman, Carol Ehrhardt, Brenda Porter.
Row Three: Madge Craig, Lou Kircher, Jeanne Purvis, Judy Tipton,
Mildred Cole, Kendall Lawrence, Michele Dixon, Barbara Chamberlain,
Linda Moser, Diane Keller, Natalie Fischer. Row Four: Margaret Ahle,
Jan O'Neal, Judy Boresow, Janet Busch, Jean Koch, Annie Marie Pape,
Nancy Campbell, Beverly Wheeler, Rose Ann Potts, Carol Deck. Row
Five: Dr, Laura Nahm, Jean Graham, Lura Cusick, Judy Stewart, Phoebe
Owen, Donna Crandal, Shirley Bowman, Kathleen Blair, Janet Kateman,
Janice Barnett, Mary Lutte. Row Six: Judy Weseloh, Margie Grubb, Diana
Breon, Jeanette Eickhoff, Pat Johnson, Linda Lange, Linda Ladd, Sandra
McFerrin, Charlene Smithers, Betty Bock.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
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Row One: Jean Koch, Kay Hoover, Gayle Hoopes,
Louise Hodge, Nancy Sandy, Kendall Lawrence,
Row Two: Dr. Laura Nahm, Michele Dixon,
Mildred Cole, Shirley Bowman, Diane Keller, Jean
Graham, Row Three: Mary Lutte, Janice Barnett,
Beverly Wheeler, Kathryn Eck, Brenda Porter,
Carol Deck, Jeannette Eckerle.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes superior scholastic achievement during the
freshman year. A cumulative grade average of 3.5 is required. Members receive
the national Alpha Lambda Delta Newsletter and participate in the pledging
and initiation of new members. Thischapter, founded in l96l, is one of ll5
national chapters. Dr. Laura Nahm and Dr, Christine Foster are the sponsors.
Officers are, president, Diane Keller, vice president, Beverly Wheeler, secretary,
Kendall Lawrence, treasurer, Gayle Hoopes, and historian, Julia Prout.
Row One: Richard Owings, Millard Breuninaer,
Roger Bailey, George Sanders, Row Two: Bob
Winn, Bill Shelton, Bob Kauffman, Chuck Watts,
Glenn Russell, Homer Radford, Row Three: Thomas
Ashby, Tom Wheaton, Tom Parr, Jim Westbrook,
Bob Allen, Raw Four: Gordon White, Allan
Duncan, Herschel Golub, Forrest Triplett, Russell
McNeil, Bob Gaunt.
Alpha Phi Omega publishes the Student-Faculty Bulletin, sponsors the
UMOC Contest, assists at homecoming, ushers at school plays, and sponsors
movies for the student body, Beta Kappa chapter is one of over 350. Officers are,
president, Gordon White, lst vice president, Glenn Russell, 2nd vice president,
Bob Kauffman, recording secretary, George Sanders, corresponding secretary,
Richard Owings, treasurer, Tom Ashby, historian, Glenn Triplett, and sergeant
at arms, J. C. Smith. Dr. Randolph O. Yeager is the sponsor.
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CWENS is a new honor service society
for sophomore women who have a 3.0
grade average at the end of three terms.
They are selected by their accomplish-
ments in leadership, scholarship, and
character. CWENS assist during fresh-
men orientation and have begun a paper
back library in the dormitories. Officers
include president, Mary Martha Lutte:
vice-president, Carol Crank: recording
secretary, Virginia Bax, treasurer, Carol
Deck, and historian, Bette Widney. Dr.
Christine Foster is the sponsor.
Row One: Becky Tallman, Gayle Hoopes,
Toni Burwell. Row Two: Carol Deck,
Carol Ehrhardt, Rita Hayes. Row Three:
Virginia Bax, Lou Ellen Kircher, Frances
Napper, Linda Moser. Row Four: Char-
lene Smither, Sandra Steinmetz, Mary
Lutte, Diane Adams, Carolyn Granger,
The Cosmopolitan Club promotes an international spirit
by having its foreign student members give programs which
help the members understand other cultures better. Hucla
Nasir, exchange student from Jorden, presented one program,
and others were given on Germany and Nigeria. Officers are
president, Chang Bin Yin: vice-president, Mrs. Nahid Shahabi:
secretary, Barbara Hodges, and treasurer, Thasnai Muchbichi.
Row One: Thasnai
Muckevichit, S a n e d a
Khurshid, Kurshid Khan,
Kozaburo Teno. Row
Two: Sanir Qaddoura,
Young Lyul Kim, Ken-
neth Hutcherson, Row
Three: Miss Ethel Calla-
way, Huda Nasir, Bill
Gill, Barbara Hodges.
Row Four: Uinifareti
Sotoa, Chang Bin Yim,
Tili Tyrell, Terry L. Hol-
man, Ufot lnyang.
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YOUNG DEMOCRATS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
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' The Young Democrats
acquaints students with the
activities of the Demo-
cratic party and its role
in the United States gov-
ernment. The Democratic
Newsletter is the club's
local publication. Officers
are, president John Cham-
bers, vice president, Diane
ldleman, recording secre-
tory, Linda Roberts, cor-
i Sharon Branson, and treas-
urer, Charles Moore. Prof.
H. L. Wilkey and Dr.
Erwinda Godfrey are the
Row One: Margaret Hanna, Jane lgo, Mary Adkins, Row
Two: Dr. Godfrey, Velma Moulton, Barbara Hodges, Dick
Scott, Row Three: John Chambers, Gary Young, Paul
Herrick, Charles Moore, Mr. Wilkey.
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The Young Republicans attend the Mock Legislature, work with
the county Republican party, and holds discussions of politics at its
meetings. Officers are president, John Sill, vice president, Larry
Dearing, treasurer, Dave Schooler, recording secretary, Dorothy
Lindstrorn, and corresponding secretary, Mike Hughes. Peter Nichols
and Charles Mitchell are the sponsors.
Row One: Marilyn Pfeilsticker, Sondra Dunnington, Row Two:
Sharon Burns, Kala Casebier, Janice Hambry, Row Three:
Charles Mitchell, Fred Wolff, Jerry Butcher, Shirley Bowman,
Row Four: Michael Hughes, John Sill, Marsha Holls, Bob
The United Campus Christian Fellowship is composed of students from
the Christian, Brethren, and Presbyterian churches. lt provides fellowship
through various social and religious activities, and sponsors an all school
chili supper. Mrs, Riley Pittman, Dr. Laura Nahm, Dr. B. Stewart, Dr, Conan
Castle, and Dr. Leslie Anders are the sponsors. Officers are, president, Linda
Ladd, vice president, John Sill, and treasurer, Fred Stegner,
The Religious Life Council coordi-
nates campus religious programs
and sponsors Religious Emphasis
Week, and special convocations at
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
Officers are, president, Paul Herrick,
vice president, Terry Holman, sec-
retary treasurer, Ralph Burns, and
reporter, Roger Nelson. Miss Helen
Gilbert is the sponsor. Unglesbyf Helen Gllbefi-
Row One: Barbara Shrout, Cindi Cash, Rosalee King, Ken Baker, Row Two: Carrie Coward,
Marcia Soper, Pat Wilson, Ann Simpson, Judy Rosenbaum, Don Beebe, Kay Bailey, Row Three.
Zela Clasbey, Carol Smith, Gale Yeaman, Maribeth Windes, Sally Neill, Carol Deck, Row Four.
Verle Cornish, Pat Sherman, Barbara Gilbert, Glenda Currie, John Minthorn, Richard Farrand,
Row One: Sandra Thomas, Carolyn Dettmann,
Dorothy Schnider, Emma Jean Kunze, Row Two:
Donna Cusick, Brian Frank, Linda Ladd, Joyce
Nicks, Brenda Tillatson, Row Three: Tom Wheaton,
John Sill, Tom Parr, Lura Cusick, Row Four: Leslie
Anders, Fred Stegner, Linda Thomas, Mary Ann
Koch, Jon Rickman.
Row One: Janice Haynes, Betty Bock, Dr. Beatrice Ricks, Bettie Weathers, Dr. Katherine
Moroney, Connie Niewald, Karson Morrison, Terry Holman, Father Michael Gillgannon,
Ralph Burns, Paul Herrick, Row Two: Ross Carlton, Father James D. Moon, Vern Wheaton,
lrl Gladfelter, Carol Ehrhardt, Jerry Shaon, Paulette Genest, Rev. Leonard Barry, Dr. Ina
The Liahona Fellowship spon-
sors weekly devotionals, partici-
pates in activities of the RLDS
Church, and publishes the local
newsletter, The Liahona Leiason.
Officers are president, Herbert E.
Miller, vice president, Carrie
Coward, secretary, Carol Deck,
treasurer, Don Beve, and
. publicity, Barbara Gilbert, Dr. Ron
McReynolds is the faculty sponsor
Rodney Harsin, Row Five: George York, Charles Beck, Herbert Miller, Nancy Cox, Carol Gar- Gnd Jim Pogflefhwgif Gnd Lyman
field, DeWayne Allen, Fred O'Neal, Ronald Quick.
Edwards are the church sponsors.
Row One: Marilyn Pfeilsticker, Alana Cross, Row Two: lrl
Gladfelter, Delores Shiner, Jerry Shaon, Row Three: Dan
Newell, Henry Lewis, Kelton Smith, Bob Temple.
CANTERBU RY CLU B
The Canterbury Club sponsors pro-
grams at its meetings such as
"Christianity and Communism." The
Dialogue is an Episcopalian publication
received by its members. Miss Rita
Sullivan and the Reverend James F.
Moon, Episcopal chaplain to CMS, are
the sponsors. Officers are president,
Jerry Shaon, vice president, Henry
Lewis, secretary -'treasurer, Delores
Shiner, and publicity, Bob Temple.
Row One: David Hodges, Gladys Hader, Margery Carver, Janeth Hill, Marilyn
Cloud, Gail Williams, Jon Painter, Row Two: Dr. Hutcherson, Mary Adkinson,
Kay Demetreus, Janice Fleischer, Jann Grarf, Paul Butterfield, Row Three:
Sandra Williams, Nancy Campbell, Elberta Crouch, Nancy Coates, Carolyn
Porter, Charles Cassil, Angelis Malone, Row Four: Betty Bock, Rita Miller, Ray
Hall, Geraldine Tally, Kathy Means, Lois McCorkle, Bill Higgins, Bill Callen.
The Baptist Student Union participates in ves-
pers, choir, training union, young women's aux-
iliary, Baptist Man on Campus, and other activities.
Officers are president, Betty Bock, vice president,
Shirley Bowman, secretary, Dot Cox, and treasurer,
Janice Graef. Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Hutcherson and
Miss Laura Baker are the sponsors.
Row One: Sandy Mann, Janet Sallee, Joyce Rukes
Clara Tucker, Alice Seymour, Jo Ellen Catron, Margie
Smith, Row Two: Shirley Bowman, Geraldine West
Shirley Flaugher, Cecil Marie Coats, Beverly Flem-
ing, Vera Keeton, Sharon Baker, Row Three: Jeanita
Hutcherson, Janice Barnett, Joy Dugger, Jackie Bate
man, Jennie Smith, Diana Adams, Glenda Cooper
Mona Brown, Row Four: Bill Keith, Velma Moulton
Roger Nelson, Curtis Dale Hutcherson, William Le
wallen, Marsha Hollo, Larry Brown.
Row One: Sharon l-lanson,
Pat Davis. Row Two: Dr,
Moroney, Larry Doetzl,
Susan Swartz, Carolyn Mer-
ten, Mary Ann Koehler,
Paulette Genest, Kitty Rupp,
Regine Boehmer. Row Three:
Frank Spellerberg, Janet
Wilson, Linda Mertenz-
meyer, l-l e l e n Ortbals,
Brian Madden, Rita Got-
schall, Mary Lou Watson,
Dr, Ricks. Row Four: Rev.
Michael Gilgannon, Julitta
Dierhott, Rose Ann Potts,
Joan Kendrick, Elaine Zieg-
ler, Jancie Rallihan, Sandro
Gulich, Thad Buckey. Row
Five: Tom Schwaller, Mrs.
John Martin, Dan Weber,
Joe Ragusa, Mary McKinley,
Janet Vocate, Jea n ette
Echerle, Mary l-lenry, John
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in membership at a regional convention this year. The
Church Mouse is the local publication. Officers ore president,
Connie Niewald, vice president, Paul Myers, secretary, Janet
Rasa, treasurer, Stella Hoitaus, publicity chairman, Suzanne
l-loithaus, social choirmon, Kathy Gnuse, and religious chair-
man, Bob Berry, John F, Kutzik is the sponsor.
Row One: Stella Edwards. Row Two: Janet Rasa, Marilyn
Faien, Row Three: Paul Mvers, Robert Barry, Rodney Dierking.
The Wesley Foundation, a Methodist youth group, spon-
sors vespers, Holy Communion, evening programs, a choir,
and various recreational activities. Officers are president,
Gene Page, vice president, Judy Marshe, secretary, Carol Lee,
and treasurer, Bill Fulkerson, Sponsors include Dr. Perry
McCandless and Rev. Leonard Barry.
Row One: Bettie Weathers. Row Two: Kendall Lawrence, Sara
Wilkey, Carolyn Page, Joanna Cox, Thelma Perkins, Lou
Lawson, Row Three: Bill Fulkerson, Jerry Britt, Sharon
Nininger, Carolyn Woolery, Judy Marske, Donna Berry, Ralph
Burns. Row Four: the Rev. Mr. Barry, Mrs. Leonard Barry,
Roberta Jean Paul, Carolyn Mellenbruch, Carol Brandhorst,
Charles Bultemeier, Carol Lee, Gene Page, Row Five: Gary
Waisner, Vernon Adams, Gordon Dryer, Jerry Penick, Kathryn
Hanna, Robert Rages, Valera Stinson, Gordon White, Jerry
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The Association of Women
Students sponsors the best
dressed girl contest and dance,
AWS state day, and a faculty-
student coffee. The purposes
ot AWS are to establish a
representative government for
women students, set standards
of conduct, coordinate activ-
ities, and to foster a sense
I ot responsibility in women
students to themselves, and
to the college. Members of
the AWS Assembly receive
the Intercollegiate Association
of Women Students Magazine.
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Row Onez Sharon Mathis, Sharon Hunt, Jeanie Henry, Linda Howard, Patsy Gosney, Janet
Benskin, Peggy Adams, Myra Harms. Row Two: Elaine Hicklin, Kay Talley, Judy Coonrod,
Sandy Koewing, Donna Embry, Brenda Porter, Kiran Metzger. Row Three: Valerie Cawein,
Fran Carney, Judy Roberts, Sandy Hart, Sherri Allen, Sheryl Decker, Alma Young, Row Four:
Toni Burwell, Meril Cameron, Lynda Gudde, Carol Crank, Linda Pickering, Linda Smith,
Jean Fore, Ann Michael. Row Five: Jeanette Maty, Judy Hartley, Glenda Sumpter, Martha
Chaney, Mary Hahn, Donna Jones, Mary Martha Lutte.
president, Donna Jones, second vice-president, Jeanette Maty. Row Two: treasurer, Linda
Pickering, corresponding secretary, Martha Chaney, recording secretary, Mary Martha Lutte.
e officers of AWS Executive Council are, Row One: first vice-president Brenda Porter'
iiouTsi Hosfv HALL couNclL
Officers of Houts Hosey Hall Council are, president, Judee McCammong vice-president,
Phyllis Hofstetterj recording secretary, Janice Houtchensj corresponding secretary, Shay
Thompson: treasurer, Linda Pickering: and historian, Linda Cox. Mrs, Bitticker and Mrs. Cary
are the Resident Directors.
Officers of Todd Hall Council are, president, Betty Widneyg vice-president, Gayle Hoopesg
recording secretary, Lou Ellen Kircher, corresponding secretary, Linda Catron: and treasurer,
Barb Rowland. Mrs. Moyer is the Resident Director and Linda Ferrin is the Resident Assistant.
Members of Houts
Hosey Hall Council
are, Row One: Phyllis
Hofstetter, Mrs. Bit-
ticker, Mrs. Cary,
J u d e e McCammon.
Row Two: Carolynn
Smith, Judy Novell,
Je a n n i e Heisler,
J a n ic e Houtchens,
Linda Cox, Joan Mun-
son, Row Three:
Carol Glass, S h a y
Thompson, F r a n cis
Napper, Ann Ken-
nedy, Jan Wright,
Members of Todd Hall
Council are, Row One:
Gayle Hoopes, Linda
Ferrin, Barb Rowland,
Betty Widney, Row
Two: Linda Catron,
Lou Ellen Kircher,
Gloria Mallory, Jac-
queline Case. Row
Three: Mrs. Moyer,
Beverly Wilson, Karol
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NICKERSON HALL COUNCIL
Officers of Nickerson Hall are president, Patty
Snider, vice-president, Bonnie Blosser: record-
ing secretary, Barbara Yates, corresponding
secretary, Valerie Cawein, treasurer, Ann Ren-
ken, and historian, Sandy Twenter. Mrs.
White is the head resident and Pat Ferris is
the graduate assistant.
Members of Nickerson Hall Council are, Row
One: Sandra Twenter, Anne Renken, Patty
Snider, Bonnie Blosser. Row Two: Sue Ann
Hovde, Mrs. White, Valerie Cawein, Barbara
Yates, Pat Ferris, Margaret Gels, Barbara
Klernme. Row Three: Rita Grider, Carole Smith,
Carolyn Schmidt, Charlene Gore, Ann Uhr,
Jo Ellen Catron.
YEATER HALL COUNCIL
Officers of Yeater Hall are, president, Carol
Bliss, vice-president, Judy Stewart, recording
secretary, Evelyn Streit, and treasurer, Sandy
Steinmetz. Mrs. Saunders is the head resident
and Mrs. Farmer is the resident assistant.
Members of the Yeater Hall Council are, Row
One: Evelyn Streit, Sandra Steinmetz, Carol
Bliss, Judy Stewart. Row Two: Sandra Vine-
yard, Rita Hayes, Janet Kateman, Brenda
Haupt, Jean Graham, Vera Keeton.
NORTH HALL COUNCIL
Officers of North Hall Council are, president,
Gladys Hader, vice-president, Betty Bock: and
secretary-treasurer, Sue Barth. Mrs. Harrison
is the head resident and Glenda Cooper is the
Members of North Hall Council are, Row One:
Sue Barth, Gladys Hader. Row Two: Betty
Bock, Glenda Cooper, Marene Bockelman. Row
Three: Linda Evans, Carol Lee, Kathy Means,
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Officers of Hudson Advisory Coun-
cil are, president, Don Thompson,
vice-president, Dick Shores, and sec-
retary, Gregg White. Mrs. Allworth
is the Resident Director.
Members of the Hudson Hall Council
are, Rwo One: Gregg White, Dick
Shores, Mrs. John Marqua, Ronald
Roggy, William Busby, Gerald Kirch-
ner, Terry Paasch, Fred Mayfield,
Tom Thompson. Row Three: Melvin
Howell, Tom Maidment, Al Blessing,
Bob Hart, Jim Milburn, Glenn Triplett.
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Two: Ken Yowell, Jim Knapp, Tom Helms, Tom Reece, 1
John Williams, Richard McBee.
O f f i c e r S o f
Diemer Hall Coun-
cil are, president,
Gary Sutton, vice-
P i t t sg secretary,
Bill Stout, a n d
treasurer, L e n n y
Scott. Mrs, Hal-
lock is the Resident
Members of Osborne Philips Advisory Council are, Row One: Thomas
Hardin, David Green, Pete Beyer, Cora Nordyke, Natlean Moore,
Row Two: Miles Horn, Carl Richardson, Edward Swovelan, Mark
Shinkle, Ronnie Rose, Wayne Lohmeyer, Ron Welch, Elliott Bigelow,
Woodrow Kline. L
M mber of Foster Hall Advisor Council are, Row One: Crai
Caenatsei, Mrs. Shelnutt, Harold lbratcher, John Paige, Row Two?
Noel Fulkerson, Ahmad Fattah, Ron Richardson, Jack Whitmer,
Row Three: Winston Clardy, Edward Radford, Morris Tillman, Potter .
Childers, Leo Meyer.
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Boyer, and treasurer,
Thomas Hardin. Mrs.
Nordyke is the resi-
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cil are, president
Craig Canatsey, vice
president, H a r ol d
Bratcherg and secre-
Paige. Mrs. Shelnutt
is the resident
Residents of the men's dormitories enjoy the study
lounges and automatic cafeteria facilities provide
INDEPENDENT WOMEN'S ASSCCIATION
Row One: Bettie Weathers, Pam Brady, Row Two: Jane IWA, Sponsored by Dr, E,-Wing
lgo, Janet Hamilton, Raenita Marlowe, Row Three: Dr.
Godfrey, Diane Perry, June Drake, Sandra Thomas.
Members of IWA gather in the College Union.
Godfrey, participates in campus contests
such as Rhetor Queen and Best Dressed
Girl, and plans parties and socials. IWA
is composed of those women students
who are not members of a Greek sorority
and who are interested in benefiting from
their social experiences as well as con-
tributing to the academic and service
aspects of college life. Members of IWA
work to promote greater school spirit and
encourage more student participation in
campus activities. For a service project,
IWA contributes to the World University
Service which provides aid to overseas
students. Officers are president, Pam
Brady, vice president, Judy Gregg, secre-
tary, Linda Evans, and treasurer, Barbara
Epsilon Lambda chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta
won the Delta Zeta service award for the second time
in a row last year as a result of their altruistic projects.
Two members of Alpha Gam go to the Warrensburg
medical center for one hour each day to help serve
dinner. Other projects include raising money at a car
wash for the National Society for Crippled Children
and Adults, and contributing to the college for some
worthy project. Alpha Gam's social life is as active as
their work for charity. The Ditto Dance starts the year's
activities, which include Homecoming, rush, campus
contests, International Reunion Day banquet, Parents'
Day Tea, Scholarship Achievement banquet, Feast of
Roses, spring retreat, senior tea and the spring formal.
Linda Ferril was their candidate for Homecoming queen,
Joan Munson was their choice for Rhetor Queen, and
Sue Ann Hovde was their selection for Miss CEMO.
Brenda Bail represented the Alpha Gam's in the best
dressed girl contest and Diane Hughes was their candi-
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
date for Miss Beauty in the UMOC contest.
Campus activities show another facet of the Alpha
Gam's life, and several have offices in organizations.
Joan Munson is-copy editor for the RHETOR, and news
editor of KCMW-fm, Carol Bliss is president of Yeater
Hall, Judy Stewart is vice president of Yeater Hall, and
Becky Quinn is president of WRA.
Officers are president, Joyce Nichols, first vice pres-
ident, Kathy Drummond, second vice president, Sharon
Murry, recording secretary, Judy Stewart, corresponding
secretary, Barbara Chamberlain, treasurer, Brenda Bail,
social chairman, Sue Ann Hovde, rush chairman, Joan
Munson, membership chairman, Carol Bliss, Panhellenic
representatives, Linda Ferril and Becky Tallman, activi-
Donna Watkins, altruistic chairman,
guard, Terry Wright, scrilie, Donna
Crandal, house president, Susan Skornia, and editor, Pat
Harness. Sponsors are Dr. Catherine Titus, Miss Marian
Lesher, Miss Rita Sullivan, and Miss Monia Morris.
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Murry, Becky Tallman, Sandra Hart, Barbara Mariano, Linda Church, Jean
Fore, Dianne Hughes, Judy Burns, Row Three: Betty Sue Edde, Donna Watkins,
Carol Meverven, Carol Bliss, Becky Campbell, Judy Stewart, Susan Swartz,
Donna Vanfvleter, Saundra Tising. Row Four: Patricia Harness, Linda Smith,
Brenda Bail, Patricia Ackerman, Sandra Thomas, Barbara Davis, Danna
Crandal, Carolyn Reinhardt, Row Five: Barbara Chamberlain, Sandra McFerrin,
Sandra Campbell, Sue Ann l-lovde, Elaine Campbell, Kathy Drummond, Jane
Gibson, Linda Ferril, Mary Jane Marriott. Not pictured: Joan Munson and
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before a progressive party.
Row One: Jim Davis, Bill Jarvis, Ed Teater, Mark Johnson, Weldon Brady, Monte Birch, Don Kline, Ron Evans.
Row Two: Tony Eidson, Gale Bradley, Fred VanEaton, Ron Morrison, Fred Stegner, Bud Greer, Jim Aziere,
Larry Spainhower, Jim McEwen, Mrs, King. Row Three: Phil Kurtz, Carl Conway, Jack Sandridge, Ted Wilson,
Bill Ramey, C. F, Clevenger, Roger Kirchoft, Stan Frerking, Lee Long. Row Four: John Knipschild, Rusty Gooch,
Bill DeFoe, Mike Bell, Gary Dannaldson, Charles Parks, Boh Hines, Ed Smith, George Carney, George l-lout.
Row Five: John Sill, Ken Talley, John Wheeler, Chuck Burgess, Don Hemphill, Bob Wiley, Vernon Foster,
Spencer Bright, Rich Reeves, Don Reynolds, Larry Mueller. Not pictured: Bob Corder, Frank Holmstrom.
Acacia's and their dates enjoy the "Black and Gold" formal.
Fountain of Youth" advertises 'Springfield Falls."
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The Acacia fraternity began the year
with its annual Acacia Pajama Festival. Linda
Cox, ASA, and Steve Chrisman, AKL, were
crowned Queen and King at the Acacia dance.
The Mona Lisa Pizza lnn, which ran for four
nights, scored as the second event the Acacia's
sponsored. The Pizza Palace was the main
Acacia money making project for the year.
The Black and Gold Formal was held winter
term. Jane Johanningmier, Sigma Kappa, was
crowned Acacia sweetheart at the formal. The
Night on the Nile finds the Acacia's and their
dates dining and dancing Egyptian style. The
Acacia's also produce the Gaslight Revue and
publish the calendar of events each term.
George Carney ran as the Acacia candidate for
UMOC and John Wheeler was picked to run
for Mr. CEMO. "Fountain of Youth" was the
title ofthe Acacia Homecoming float, and their
house decoration portrayed "Normal No. 2
to State U." Acacia's who are active in various
campus organizations include John Wheeler,
sports editor of both the STUDENT and the
RHETOR, John Sill, president of the Young
Republican's Club, Bob Corder, president of
the Physical Education Club, George Carney,
chief justice of the SGA traffic court, and John
Sill and Mark Johnson, SGA Senators.
Acacia national has 50 chapters. Mem-
bers receive the Triad, national fraternity
Officers are president, Weldon Brady, first
vice president, Ed Smithg second vice president,
Mark Johnson, recording secretary, George
Carney, corresponding secretary, Frank Holm-
stram, and treasurer, Bill Ramey. Sponsors are
Dr. Riley Pittman, Clarence Pearce, and Olin
Jane Johanningmier receives the Acacia Sweetheart
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Two AOPi's enioy reading To Dragma,
national sorority publication.
Row One: Sharon Kalthoff, Jeanne Harper, Norma Price, Kathy Gnuse,
Judy Marske, Wanda Koontz, Row Two: Kay Anderson, Mary Sue Hopkins,
Datha Miller, Jackie Grimm, Janice Timrnerman, Carol Wilkerson, Nancy
Hotchkiss, Row Three: Maril Cameron, Jane Thomas, Sarah Wilcox, Jeanne
Purvis, Janice McKee, Mary Henschel, Sherlenc Stanner, Judy Chaney.
Row Four: Barbara Abney, Pat Johnson, Karen Montgomery, Lorna Busch,
Bonnie Horton, Joyce Dietz, Betty Jo Hutt, Row Five: Joyce Vaughn,
Christine Zumsteg, Karin Mueller, Mary Lutte, Mary Ann Koch, Jeannette
Eickhoff, Janie Tough, Judy Beard.
AOPi's combine play-time, work-time,
at Work Day at Pertle.
Delta Pi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was for-
mally installed as one of the newer sororities at CMS
last year. Its members have plunged into campus life
by sponsoring an all-Greek marshmallow roast and an
all school dance, the Pirates Prowl. Members enjoyed
the Rose formal, Parents' Day tea, the Rose banquet,
and a summer meeting held at Unity farm, Campus
organizations keep OAPi members active too. Mary
Martha Lutte is president of CWENS, Carol Stegner
is president of Kappa Omicron Pi, Betty Jo Huff is sec-
retary of the Panhellenic council, and Maril Cameron
is a member of AWS. Mary Ann Koch serves as secre-
tary of the College Union Committee. Campus contests
kept the AOPi's on their toes, too. Joyce Dietz was
their candidate for l-lomecoming Queen, Mary Ann
Koch ran for Beauty Queen at the UMOC contest,
Betty Jo Huff was their choice for Miss CEMO, and
Karen Montgomery was their selection for best dressed
girl, Maril Cameron was picked to run for Rhetor
Philanthropic work adds to the AOPi's busy
schedule, Members send greeting cards, remembering
birthdays and holidays of the children at Higginsville
State School. They also participate in the national
APOi project in maintaining a social service depart-
ment for the Fronties Nursing Service. Alpha 'Omicron
Pi national has 86 collegiate chapters scattered across
the nation. Members receive the national sorority
magazine, To Dragma.
Officers are president, Karin Mueller, vice presi-
dent, Judy Chaney, recording secretary, Karen
Montgomery, corresponding secretary, Pat Johnson,
treasurer, Carol Wilkerson, rush chairman, Joyce
Dietz, song leader, Joyce Vaughn, Panhellenic repre-
sentatives, Betty Jo Huff and Mary Kay Anderson,
social chairman, Jan Timmerman, historian, Mary Ann
Koch, philanthropic chairman, Nancy Hotchkiss, activ-
ities chairman, Pat Johnson, and public relations chair-
man, Datha Miller. Sponsors are Miss Mary Jane John
and Dr. Bessie Elliott.
Karin Mueller, president, helps rushees register at the
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Row One: Larry Caldwell, B. J. Greim, Larry Dixon, Charles Watts, Gary Johnson, Craig Chabino, Dave Majors, Gilbert Monnig,
Wayne Beer, Charles Unger, George Battles, Don Penny, Jim Funk. Row Twoi Ron Rose, Larry McGinnis, Frank Wegerer, Steve Olson,
Ron Baker, Ron Hoffman, Ernest Wolff, Perry Woolyard, Herb Amor, Jim Parsons, Randy Robinson, Grenwell Foraker, Row Three:
Mike Groh, Gary Jones, Dick Roberts, Jim Vanarsdale, A. J. Edgar, Ron Smith, Jim Devardt, Gary Sulton, Bernie Behlau, Don
Thompson, Dick Scott, Jerry Bond, Dan Booth. Row Four: Tom Thompson, Jerry Hightower, Don Crow, Jim Williams, Sam Shouse,
Dennis Nelson, Dave Bellerson, Bill Busby, Bill Strohmeyer, Jerry Diehl, Steve Chrisrnan, Dr, Britton. Row Five: Jock Naylor, Gary
Weaver, Steve Fink, Dave Phillips, Wayne Millard, Ron Richard, Pat Garry, Mel Sorrenson, Bob Orchid, Fred Wolff, Dennis
Bannister. Row Six: Ed Morse, Roman Wansing, Don Birkness, Roger Marriott, Mike Hughes, Bob Allen, Mike Bauer, Mike Garry,
Henry Wansing, Bob Richardson, Roger Buhr, Gene Wansing.
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ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
Sigma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda
was the only fraternity to place in all three
Homecoming divisions this year. They won
first on their float, "Victory Via Tellestar",
first on their window decoration, "A Message
to the Bears," and second on their yard decora-
tion, "Mules 'Speakeasy' but Play Hard." The
AKL's also won the Earl Low Scholarship trophy
last spring. This year Steve Chrisman won the
title of Acacia Pajama King, and Jerry
Hightower placed second in the UMOC con-
test. Bernie Behlau was AKL candidate for
Mr. CEMO. Sigma chapter won the national
achievement award from the national AKL
office for chapter improvement last year. AKL
sponsors its annual "AKL lnferno" all school
dance each fall, as well as the "School is Out"
dance. The men also have fraternity house
parties, sorority exchange parties and the
spring formal. The AKL's purchased a site for
their future fraternity house at 400 S. Jackson.
The Sigma Signal is printed every term and is
sent to all members and alumni.
Members of AKL who are active in cam-
pus organizations include Bill Busby, president
ofthe senior class, Bernie Behlau, president of
the College Union cabinet, Mike Garry, art
editor of the Rhetor, Jim Parsons, a member
of the College Union cabinet, Steve Chrisman,
CMS president of the American Chemical
Society, and Don Thompson, president of
Officers are president, Grenwell Foraker,
vice president, Mike Garry, recording secre-
tary, Roman Wansing, corresponding secretary,
Jim Parsons, sergeant at arms, Herb Amor,
social chairman, Ron Richard, pledgemasters,
Bill Busby and Charles Watts, and rush chair-
man, Wayne Millard. Sponsors are Kenneth J.
Markwell and James Britton.
ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA
Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha
ranked tops in several campus contests this
year. Nancy Day was elected UMOC Beauty
Queen, and Linda Cox reigned as Fall Sports
Queen and Pajama Festival Queen. Syd Smith,
first princess at Homecoming, is also head
cheerleader. Other Alpha cheerleaders are
Linda Wilson, and Vee Boneff. The Alpha
Homecoming float, "Strip 'Em Bare" won hon-
orable mention. The Annual Alpha Sock Hop
raised money for the philanthropic projects,
which are Mercy Hospital and the State School
for the Mentally Retarded at Higginsville.
Valentine's Day brings the Alpha's and their
favorites together at the Sweetheart Formal.
Campus activities keep the Alpha's busy,
with many as officers of organizations. Janette
Maty is president of ACE and second vice presi-
dent of AWS, Virginia Taggart is treasurer of
SGA Executive Council, Karen Rasnic is Chief
Justice of the Student Supreme Court, and
Judee McCammon is president of Houts-Hosey
Hall. Officers of Alpha Sigma Alpha are pres-
ident, Karen Rasnic, vice president, Lynda
Gudde, recording secretary, Janette Maty, cor-
responding secretary, Shirley Batscheletg treas-
urer, Virginia Taggart, rush chairman, Syd
Smith, pledge master, Linda Cox, editor, Janet
Busch, and chaplain, Marilyn Hill. Dr. Jessie
Jutten, Dr. Katherine Moroney, and Miss Jane
Chambers are the sponsors.
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Row One: Rita Hayes, Linda Wilson, Judy Thrasher, Virginia Taggart, Floy Mitchell, Joye Williams, Sharon Houston, Row Two:
Dee Van Booven, Kathy Kiel, Judy McMahon, Sydney Smith, Cheryl Lozier, Dee Kramer, Kay Stark, Marilyn Swartz, Sharon
Collier, Patsy Gosney, Row Three: Sally Parrish, Lynn Dawes, Pat Becker, Nancy Day, Kay Ashbaugh, Judy Fritts, Judee
McCammon, Joyce Schaeffer, Janet Bush, Shirley Thoeni, Peggy Panhorst, Row Four: Marilyn Hill, Sharon Powell, Jewell Bell,
Sue Miller, Trudy Walker, Janice Rellihan, Doris Chapple, Lynda Gudde, Charlotte Dieckman, Sharon Reardon, Tish Silver,
Shirley Batschelet, Row Five: Sherrie Cross, Vee Boneff, Judy Shull, Janice Houtchens, Linda Cox, Barbara Riner, Becky Spencer,
Sharon Gable, Karen Rasnic, Margaret Ahle, Marilyn Temple, Sharon Mathis, Janette Maty,
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on "Strip 'Em Bare," the honorable mention
Row One: Mat Benedicto, Errol Croft, Jim Hagerman, Ran Poindexter, Don Keough. Row Two: Jim Mathenia, Ed DeSousa, Harald
Wambsgans, Ron Inman, Jim Bretz, Richard Anderson, Joe Jadlow, Dan Stubblefield, Ed Lamb, Darrel Block, Mark Lee, Row
Three: Phil Wright, Angelo Velesquez, Craig Magee, Tom Ainsworth, Tom Mockobey, Pete Cipolla, Wes Christy, Charles Kerstann,
Fred Mayfield, Jack Austin, Larry Blair, Dick Slvores, Arlin Vermin. Row Four: Terry Steele, Dr. Whiteman, Joe Shaughnessy, Steve
Renkin, Dan Sickbert, Ron Fisk, Harold Nagel, Dan Naparelli, Larry Polzin, Palmer Nichols, Rick Merrifield, John Rice. Row Five:
Dick Kessler, Greg White, Dick Wells, J. B. Frost, Jim Richardson, Fred Eberting, Frank Tuggle, Larry Johnson, Bob Stewart, Chris
Walker, Earl Broome, Don Long. Row Six: Glenn Sheer, Jack Bozarth, Doug Hamilton, Dick Montee, Bob Garrison, Gordon Ogilvie,
Dick Brown, Max Jordon, Rich Eberting, Larry Smith, Bill Martin.
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lota Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon began the
year's activities with the annual Dick White
Dance held in memory of Dick White, a Phi Sig
alumnus. Proceeds from the dance go to the
American Cancer Society. The annual steak fry,
held at Knobnoster state park, follows in quick
succession. Homecoming activities are next on
the Phi Sig agenda. This year, "Mules Put Bears
in Orbit," their float, won third place. The house
decoration was "Cosmo Bear," and "Bear Stew"
was depicted in the window display, both of which
received honorable mention. Dee Lynch was
chosen Phi Sig Sweetheart at their formal, "Moon-
light and Roses." The Christmas party was held
at Pertle Springs lodge. "Blackouts," an original
musical-comedy titled "This Could Be the Start of
Something Big," was directed by Don Long and
Ed Lamb. Dick Shores, Steve Renkin, and Jim
Barker played leading roles, but every member of
the fraternity has a part. The annual Phi Sig
outing, held at Lone Oak Point Resort, climaxed
the Phi Sig spring activities.
Phi Sigs are active in campus organizations
in addition to participating in many fraternity
events. Wayne Ackermann was editor of The Stu-
dent, Joe Jadlow was associate editor of The
Rhetor, Ed Lamb was vice president of SGA, and
Pete Chipolla was business editor of The Rhetor.
John Rice was elected to the Little All-American
Football Team, J. B. Frost was president of M
Club, Fred Eberting was defense attorney for SGA
Supreme Court and Dick Shores was vice president
of Hudson Hall. Harold Nagel and Dick Shores
were members of the College Union Cabinet. The
Phi Sig team won the volleyball intramural
Officers are president, Fred Eberting, vice
president, Ed Lamb, recording secretary, Richard
Anderson, corresponding secretary, Dick Shores,
treasurer, Don Long, and house manager, Charles
Kerstan. Sponsors are Clarence Whiteman, Dr.
Hugh Williams, and Dr. Donald Powell,
Dee Lynch, Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Epsilon.
Alpha Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau
has for its main social event of the year the
winter formal, the Yellow Rose Ball. Other
events include a Christmas party, Homecom-
ing activities, the Alumni tea, and various
informal parties and teas. For a service
project, the Alpha Tau's give financial aid to
the Pine Mountain School in Harlan County,
Kentucky, and at Penland, an internationally
known school for the handicapped. Members
receive the Anchor, the Alpha Sigma Tau
ALPHA SIGMA TAU
sorority's national magazine. Alpha Sigma
Tau is one of the newest sororities at CMS.
lt was chartered here May l2, l962. Officers
are president, Virginia Hilton, corresponding
secretary, Jean Barnes, recording secretary,
Carolyn Schmidt, treasurer, lris Cannon,
chaplain, Mary Gilbert, custodian, Janet
Vocate, historian, Marty Perkins, and editor,
Vicki Keeler. Sponsors of Alpha Sigma Tau
are Dr. Hattie Ewald and Mrs. Doris Brook-
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Anderson. Row Two: Mary Ruth Hutchison, Ann Nakornuro, Betty Etter, Pot Edwards,
Carolyn Schmidt, Carol Webster, Ruth Burris, Doris Jane Stork. Row Three: Mrs. Ewald,
Jean Graham, Marty Perkins, Evelyn Streit, Barbara Houchen, Kay Coulter, Lorna
Dyche, Bertha Hopkins. Row Four: Sandra Bickel, Iris Cannon, Janet Vocate, Frances
Napper, Virginia Hilton, Roselee Diehl, Brenda Haupt, Sandi Steinmetz, Judy Howard,
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Row One: Jerry Egler, Dean Griswald, Dennix Rexroad, Larry Douglas, Dave Steinberg. Row
Two: Dave Rarillard, Al Singleton, Bill Adler, Tom Wheatley, Bill Morris, Euaene Gooch.
Raw Three: Floyd Young, Dennis McGowan, Gene Page, Gary Cotton, Ralph Oldham, Mike
Henry, John Jennings. Row Four: Don Cogan, Larry Kauffman, Bill Grammer, Gary Erwin,
Riley Chrisman, Don Fidler, Jerry Foulds, Bruce Starke. Row Five: Lee l-lowe, Earl Parris,
Marty Hansen, Jim Milburn, Frank Peterson, Larry Pevler, Jim Buck, Jerry Pennick, Bill
Powell. Nat pictured, Carl Youngberg, Mike Downard, Rick Michaels, Jon Rickman, Albert
Dial, Don Smith, Fred West.
the Union swing at the Jailhouse Rock dance.
Sig Pi's and their dates dance around
bales of hay and corn shocks at their
Gamma Gamma Chapter of Sigma Pi,
installed at CMS May l3, l962, started this year
off with a Hayride-Barn Dance, followed by their
first Homecoming float and their first all school
dance, Jailhouse Rock, The season progressed to
their annual Christmas party held at the Hilton
lnn in Kansas City, and to an all Greek mixer.
The Sig Pi's also sponsored the Sigma Cinema,
and Caveman Capers, as well as their Emerald
night club and barbecue, The year's climax came
with the Orchid Ball, attended by Sig Pi members
and their dates. The Sig Pi's ran Frank Peterson
for UMOC and Dean Griswald for Mr. CEMO.
Sig Pi's keep busy with campus activities as
well as their fraternity functions. Riley Chrisman
is president of the Wesley Foundation, and Jon
Rickman was president of Sigma Zeta, honorary
science fraternity. Carl Youngberg and Mike
Downard were members of the College Union
Cabinet, Dennis Rexroad served as scenic designer
for CMS dramatic productions, Dan Cogan was
public relations director for SGA, and Ralph
Oldham was president of the Agriculture Club.
Al Singleton and Jerry Britt were members of SGA.
Sigma Pi national has 72 chapters. Each
member receives the Emerald' of Sigma Pi, the
national fraternity publication.
Officers are president, Floyd Young, Jr., vice
president, Earl Parris, recording secretary, Gary
Erwin, corresponding secretary, Albert Dial,
teasurer, Bill Morris, and historian, Bill Adler.
Sponsors are Dr, Herbert Eschliman, Dr. Paul
Reed, Prof. Tom Burkett.
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Row One: Gail Carr, Pat Sluder, Barb Cumper, Kiran Metzger, Rita Grider, Ruby Wilson,
Pat White, Delores Horn, Row Two: Diana ldleman, Sharon Lea Smith, Joyce Liechti, Ruth
Kempf, Carol Craig, Cheryl Slusher, Bette Widney, Dorothy Shippee, Sue Kille, Sandy
Waolworth, Linda Reuter. Row Three: Marilyn Adams, Linda Glispey, Carol Mengel, Judy
English, Donna Jean Kelly, Charmaine Maschger, Barb Roland, Sue Graham, llene Rickson,
Roberta Kalousek, Row Four: Miss Elgin, Nancy Payne, Phyllis Moore, Kay Talley, Anne
Renkin, Judy Martin, Sharon Burns, Sandra Thompson, Pat Woods, Sandy Goodwin, Edith
Brooks. Row Five: Barb Yates, Jill Ragland, Rose Ann Potts, Rita Branson, Georgia Hartman,
Janet Settles, Kathy Polallis, Shay Thompson, Patty Snider, Sharon Branson, Jeanne Keith.
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DZ sisters congratulate Barb Rowland, Miss CEMO.
Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Delta Zeta placed high-
est in two major campus contests this year. Anne Renkin
won the title of Homecoming Queen, and last year was
elected Miss Beauty at the UMOC contest. Barbara
Roland was crowned Miss CEMO and last year was
chosen Miss Sorority at the Greek Week dance. Barb
was also Theta Chi sweetheart. Last year Jeannie Ennis
reigned as Rhetor Queen. This year DZ's chose Patty
Snider as their candidate for Rhetor Queen. Bobbi Jean
Kolaski was selected as their candidate for Miss Beauty
at the UMOC contest.
Delta Zeta sorority brought Huda Nasir, a foreign
exchange student from Jerusalem to CMS and also gave
financial aid to the National American Hearing Society,
Carville Hospital for the blind, ancl to Navajo Assistance,
Inc. The Founders Day tea, Christmas party for under-
privileged children, the spring formal, Mother's Day
banquet, spring banquet, and birthday banquet keep
DZ's busy with sorority activities during the year.
Delta Zeta has one of the largest national organiza-
tions of any sorority at CMS, with l45 chapters. Mem-
bers receive the national magazine, The Lamp.
Officers are president, Ruby Ann Wilson, first vice
president, Patty Snider, second vice president, Diana
ldleman, recording secretary, Carol Craig, corresponding
secretary, Dorothy Shippee, treasurer, Rita Grider, his-
torian, Betty Widney, and social chairman, Barbara
Roland. Miss Edith Brooks and Miss Betty Elgin are
DZ's entertain the rushees at a progressive party.
"Do it againl" cheer thc
DZ's on their Homecom-
House decorations shows the Tou's coll for defeat.
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Row One: Dove Frazer, Chuck Coxon, Dwight Young, Don Boyd, Larry Shockelford,
Jim Porrott. Row Two: Jim Craig, Bob Hinde, Jim Oliver, Eldon Eikenbory, Som
Boyne, Vic DeStetono. Row Three: Jim Bollanger, Tony Thomas, Terry Ferguson, Bob
Tucker, Joe lmler, Phil Denton, Skip Meyer, Row Four: Tom Bell, Jerry Johnson, Don
Hayob, Joe White, Bo Cloxton, Carl Parker, Bob Reid, Jim Cox, Row Five: Al Holler,
Roy Johnson, Ed Sellers, Bill Kelliker, Larry Sohn, Porter Childers, Poul McClain, Rudy
Rodriguez, Bob Spellman, Not pictured: Don Sears, George McBroom, Don Shepherd,
Mike Roberts, Bob Irwin, Ron Rhodes, Clibb l-lciutzenroder, Bob Grimes, Jerry Jennison,
Sig Tau house is locoted at the corner ot
Maguire ond Brood.
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma,
founded at CMS June 28, l92O, annually sponsors
the Harvest Ball and the "White Rose" formal.
Rush parties, sorority exchange parties, and house
parties also fill the Sig Tau agenda of activities.
Sig Tau's give an alumni banquet each year to
honor former Sig Tau members, and they sponsor
a Christmas party. Homecoming activities this
year found the Sig Tau float "Once a Year We
Stay Here" in the parade and "Down With the
Bears" as their house decoration. This year the
Sig Tau's ran Bo Claxton for Mr. CEMO and
picked Larry Sahn as their candidate for UMOC.
The Sigma Tau Gamma national organiza-
tion has grown from its founding at Central
Missouri State to its present 64 chapters. Each
Sig Tau member receives the fraternity national
Members ot Sigma Tau Gamma who are
active in various campus organizations include
Jim Parrott, president of Beta Beta Beta, Bo
Claxton, Speaker of the SGA Senate Pro Tem,
Don Boyd, treasurer of the lnterfraternity Coun-
cil, Rudy Rodriguez and George McBroom, report-
ers for The Student.
Officers are president, Bo Claxton, vice
president, Vic De Stefano, recording secretary,
Don Hayob, treasurer, AI Haller, house manager
Don Sears, and pledge master, Terry Ferguson.
Sponsors are Dr, Sam P. Hewitt, C. B. Ford, Dr.
J. P. Morris, and Ammon Roberson.
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This sleepy Sig Tau takes a study break.
Delta Eta Chapter of Sigma Kappa began the
year with "Show Stopping Fashions," modeled by
members, at their annual fashion show. Proceeds
from the show go to the Joan Hubble Memorial Fund
that gives scholarships to music students. Homecom-
ing activities were next on the busy agenda. Judy
Hornig was Sig Kap's choice as a candidate for
Homecoming Queen. Louise Smith was selected as
Sig Kap's candidate for Miss CEMO, Cheryl Pelton
was picked to run for Miss Beauty in the UMOC con-
test, and Jan O'Neal was chosen to run for Rhetor
Queen. Members of Sigma Kappa also enjoy sorority
activities such as Founders Day tea, a Christmas
party at Mrs. l.ass's home, a Parent's Day picnic, and
several parties given by the pledges. Rush and an
annual work week rounded out the activities.
Sorority activities form only a part of a Sig
Kap's life, for they are active in campus organiza-
tions as well. Jan O'Neal served as president of
Panhellenic Council this year, Pat Sterling worked as
editor of the RHETOR, Jean Kelsey Graham was presi-
dent of Alpha Phi Delta, Bonnie Blosser and Toni
Burwell were members of SGA, and Helen Kuhr and
Pat Wallace were members of the College Union
Cabinet and chairman of Union committees. Jane
Johannigmeier reigned as Acacia Sweetheart.
Philanthropic projects of Sigma Kappa include
a campus guide service, baby sitting for married
students, and giving financial aid to the Maine Sea
Officers are president, Michele Dixon, first vice
president, Helen Kuhr, second vice president, Bonnie
Blosser, recording secretary, Jo Ann Allen, corres-
ponding secretary, Beth Wicker, treasurer, Judi Tittle,
assistant treasurer, Toni Burwell, chaplain, Leta
Rosebrough, registrar, Carol Johnston, Panhellenic
representatives, Jan O'Neal, Jean Graham, and Sandy
Vinyard, and Triangle correspondent, Phoebe Owen.
Sponsors are Miss Elizabeth Engle and Mrs. Mildred
President Michele Dixon meets a Sig Kap Senator, Marga
Chase Smith, at summer convention.
The Sig Kap Blazers entertain at
sorority and campus events.
Row One: Sandy Kearney, Judi Tittle, Charlee Busbee, Jeanie Henry, Paula Autenrieth,
Carol Johnston, Jo Ann Allen, Carolyn Petersen, Cheryl Pelton, Row Two: Mrs. Lass, Toni
Burwell, Pat Sterling, Lynn Adams, Mona Holliburton, Janice Jones, Phoebe Owen, Joyce
Siminis, Eileen Durst, Jean Graham, Row Three: Janey Thompson, Leta Rosbrugh, Michele
Dixon, Mary Kessinger, Sandra Crockett, Sheri Allyn, Elaine Stevens, Joanne Hampton,
Marian Hunt, Bonnie Blosser, Jane Johannigmeier, Row Four: Sue Ellen Perme, Pat Maasen,
Kinda Moser, Sandy Koewing, Martha Chaney, Sheryl Dean, Alma Young, Judy Hartley,
Kalette Kay, Suzie Tiesler, Row Five: Liz Sisk, Jean Norton, Louise Smith, Sue Fogerson
Kay Blanton, Donna Sprouse, Lu Gray, Brenda VanBebber, Ardyth Robinson, Janet Koteman
Carol Garfield. Not pictured: Jan O'Neol and Helen Kuhr.
Sig Kap's model Show Stopping fashions.
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Fred Buhrkuhl, John Little. Row Two: Sid Christopher, Jerry Gooch, Jon Elsea, Ken Ornes, Roy Baker, Don Smiley, Scott Gard,
Gerald Diviney, Larry Davis, Charles Redmond, Marvin Mitchell, Bob Dunning. Row Three: Ed Pembleton, Bob Miller, Roy Skotty,
Larry Bossoller, George Dunning, Bill Norton, Carl Hursman, Dan Dailey, Dan Hussey, Bill Walton, Larry Meiners. Row Four:
George L. Battmer, Bob Caine, Jim D'Alesio, Tom Maidment, Jim Luehrs, Gary McElmurry, Jerry Young, Jim Stroth, Bob Cox,
Joe Sellman, Ken Carlson. Row Five: Clibb Yarbrough, Ed Waters, Wayne Raker, Forrest McCarty, Roger Nelson, Keith Craig, Harry
Carlton, John Livesay, Bob Battmer, Ed Barnes, J. O. McEntire, Tom Miller.
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TKE's throw a victory celebration after winning intramurals.
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Delta Lambda Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon
won the intramural football championship this
year. Their annual TKE's Night Out was changed
to a Harold's Club party held February 22 at the
social hall. They grew beards for their annual
Bowery Brawl, and gave the TKE Red Carnation
Ball, spring term. The TKE's also had house
parties and sorority exchange parties. Christmas
time found the members of Tau Kappa Epsilon
sponsoring a Christmas party for handicapped
children. "Time and the Mules Wait for No One"
was TKE's Homecoming float theme, and their
window decoration, "Mules: Past, Present, and
Future," won second place in that division. Roy
Baker was chosen to represent the TKE's in the
Mr. CEMO contest, and Abe Clark was their can-
didate for UMOC. Last year the TKE's Eddie See
was elected Mr, CEMO, and they also won the
Greek Games at last year's Greek Week. Tau
Kappa Epsilon members who are active in campus
organizations include Joe Wikoff, Ed Barnes, Paul
Crawford, Roy Baker, Ed Pembleton, Larry
Meiners, Ken Carlson, and G, L. Battmer.
The Lighthouse is the local publication of
TKE, and the TEKE is the national fraternity
magazine. TKE national is one of the largest
nationals represented on the CMS campus, with
Officers are president, G, L. Battmer, vice
president, Joe Wikoff, secretary, Bob Battmer,
treasurer, Paul Crawford, historian, Bob Henry,
sergeant-at-arms, Don Smiley, and chaplain, Bill
Norton. Sponsors are Dr. Charles Kuhn, Robert
Pierce, and Dr, Robert Goetz.
Sigma Sigma Sigma's vice president, Donna
Jones, is president of AWS, Brenda Porter is
vice president of AWS, and Linda Pickering is
treasurer of AWS and also treasurer of Houts
Hosey Hall. Tri-Sigma is also proud that the
CMS majorettes, Nancy Kincaid, Jo Ann Clark,
Dee Beard, Kay Gladtelter and Linda Sundberg
are all Sigmas. Karen Norfolk, Susie Whyte,
and Linda Pickering are Cheerleaders and the
Colhecon officer roster includes as president,
Brenda Porter and vice president, Sharon
But campus lite is not all for the Tri-
Sigma's, who keep busy with sorority activities
as well, Their year begins with the Tri-Sigma
all school carnival, followed by a collegiate-
alumnae tea, Homecoming brunch, Parents'
Day tea, Founders Day dinner, Senior Send-Ott,
and is climaxed by the Spring formal. Campus
contests add to the excitement and this year
Linda Stomper was elected Homecoming prin-
cess. Several Tri-Sigma's were picked to run as
best dressed girl candidates by various organiza-
tions-Karen Burgess, Pamela Jones, JoAnn
Clark, and Janet Coates. Dee Beard was chosen
by Tri-Sigma to run for Miss CEMO, Nancy
Kincaid was selected Tri-Sigma candidate for
Miss Beauty, and Donna Jones was picked as
their Rhetor Queen candidate.
The Tri-Sigma philanthropic project is the
Robbie Page Memorial polio fund.
l'ri-Sigma's entertain at ci progressive party.
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Tri Sigrna's brighten up the rush party.
Row One: Pat lreland, Donna Ernbry, Susie Whyte, Sharon Wendleton, Betty Steiner, Sandie
Buck. Row Two! Kay Gladfelter, Sharon Boggess, Jackie Dunshee, Sharon Hunt, Jo Ann
Clark, Brenda Porter, Sandy Jennings, Julia Bowen, Linda Pickering, Row Three: Ann
Michael, Dee Beard, Sharan Richardson, Fran Carney, Janet Coates, Pam Jones, Margie
Brown, Lynda Brooks, Martha Simmons, Anne Uhr, Row Four: Nancy Kincaid, Linda Sundbert,
Judy Baugher, Pam Fry, Carol Crank, Carole Rat, Linda Ohlrich, Betty Kay Childress,
Barbara Smith. Row Five: Donna Jones, Karen Burgess, Sharon Heil, Nancy Ball, Nancy
Neunschwander, Marsha Canney, Ann Hayden, Bev Lawrence, Carolyn Granger, Danna Fisk.
Row One: Ron West, Lynn Chick, Andy Burch, Steve Vukcevich, Bob Hockenhull, Jerry Carrel, Terry Paasch, Craig Hupp, Dale Copeland,
Ralph Craycraft, Terry Landers, Darrell Lauer. Row Two: Harold Taggart, Dick Hammett, Edward Radtord, Gary Galloway, Richard
Siminis, Jay Bob Estes, Carl Richardson, Tony Beltrame, Jim Tashima, Jerry Worden, Bill Lewallcn, Tony Tetley, Dan Weber. Row
Three: Bill Gable, Rober Boyd, John Michael, J. C, Smith, Thad Buckey, John Haldiman, Jerry Landreth, John Steinbeck, Bob Ralston,
Eddie Barnett, Jim Haldiman, John VanCamp, James Flack. Row Four: Al Blessing, Mark Price, Marty Tate, Jack Frost, Scott Phillips,
Tim Schowalter, Larry DesCombes, Bill Roe, Jim Hayes, Phil Gilbert, Ralph Grey, Don White, James Perry, Row Five: Denis Eldringhotf,
Philip Largen, Tony Eberwein, Wes Borchers, Mike Lord, Bob Richardson, Alfred Cameron, Wayne Ruppert, Gary Lash, Bob Sonnentelt
Bob Croce, John Paige. Row Six: Neal Schelp, Bob lezzi, Jim Freet, Bill Twitt, Craig Canatsey, Tom Schwaller, Wayne Brasser,
Wayne Cott, John Gossey, Kem Keithly, Frank Lange, Dave Schooler. Not pictured: Jerry Hunter.
Dean Hampton congratulates the new Theta Chi's at their initiation banquet.
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Southern Plantation Ball.
Charlie Harper won the Winthrop cup at last year's spring formal.
Epsilon Phi chapter of Theta Chi was for-
mally installed at CMS December 8, l962.
Theta Chi members from Kansas University, the
University of Omaha, the University of Nebraska,
and Drake University attended the ceremonies.
The national president, Howard R. Alter, Jr., and
five other national officers were present. The
Theta Chi national has l3O active chapters, and
is seventh largest in the nation with respect to
number of chapters, and is twelfth largest with
respect to number of members. The Theta Chi's
at CMS were formerly Psi chapter of Kappa Sigma
Kappa, and later were a local chapter, Chi Theta.
The Theta Chi's won two major campus con-
tests this year. John Gossey won the UMOC
contest, which was the twelfth consecutive time
they had won this contest, and Mike Lord was
elected Mr. CEMO. They also won first place in
house decorations and third place in window deco-
rations at Homecoming. Theta Chi had the largest
pledge class during winter rush, adding 28
pledges to its membership.
Theta Chi activities this year included the
annual Spaghetti supper, the Rebel Rendezvous,
Suppressed Desire party, sorority exchange
parties, the spring formal, smokers, an alumni
picnic, house parties, and a steak fry.
Several Theta Chi's hold offices in campus
organizationsi Tony Eberwein, president of SGA,
Mike Lord, SGA Speaker of the House, Jim
Hayes, president of SAM, and Ron West, SGA
Theta Chi's receive the Theta Chi Bugle, a
local quarterly publication, and the Rattle, their
national fraternity magazine.
Officers are president, David Schooler, first
vice president, Craig Hupp, second vice presi-
dent, Doug Shelp, recording secretary, John
VanCamp, corresponding secretary, Bill Roe,
treasurer, Jim Hayes, pledge marshal, J. C.
Smith, historian, Mark Price, and librarian, Marti
Tate. Sponsors are Dr. Lin Welch, Mr. Boyd, and
PANHELLEN IC ORGANIZES RUSH
Nancy Ball, Janet Vocate.
Row One: Weldon Brady,
Craig Hupp, Don Boyd,
Paul Crawford, William
Busby. Row Two: John
Steinbeck, Floyd Young,
Bo Claxton, Wally Kille,
Row Three: Fred Wolff,
Earl Darris, Jim Buck.
Panhellenic sponsors pre-rush activ-
ities and organizes formal rush. Mem-
bers are elected by each of the seven
national sororities: Panhellenic also
cooperates with the intrafraternity
council on the Homecoming cornation
ball, Greek week, and Song Fete,
Panhel publishes a rush manual con-
taining information about each soror-
ity and rush rules. Officers are
president, Jan O'Neal, vice-president,
Anne Renkin, recording secretary,
Linda Ferril, corresponding secretary,
Betty Jo Huff, treasurer, Vicki Keeler,
rush chairman, Nancy Ball, and con-
stitution and handbook, Lynda Gudde.
Dean Christine Foster and Dr. Jesse
Jutten are the sponsors.
Row Onei Lynda Gudde, Joyce Nichols, Kay Anderson, Row Two: Sandie Buck, Ruby Wilson,
Michelle Dixon, Becky Tallman, Row Three: Victory Keeler, Betty Jo Huff, Barbara Houchens,
Sue Graham, Jean Graham, Row Four: Karin Mueller, Ann Renken, Linda Ferril, Jan O'Neal,
The lntrafraternity council members from each
fraternity work on Greek Week, Song Fete, and establish
inter-fraternity regulations. lFC also publishes a rush
booklet, which contains an explanation of the fraternity
system, rush, and the national IFC code of conduct.
IFC organizes rush and smokers. Officers are president,
John Steinbeck, vice-president, Paul Crawford, secretary,
Terry Steele, and treasurer, Dan Boyd. Sponsors are
Dr. Sam P. Hewitt and Dr, H. Chalauist.
These men are only a few of the many Greeks who worked Greek dance to the Blazers at the sports dance planned by Theta Chi
at Pertle Springs Saturday. and Alpha Gamma Delta
GREEKS HAVE GRINS AT SECOND ANNUAL GREEK WEEK
Greek Week opened with a "Night on
Broadway" at the Song Fete April 24. A
panel discussion featuring two guest speakers
from Mizzou and two from KU, whose topic
was "The Value of Greek Organizations",
was held Wednesday night followed by a
coffee in the social hall,
Friday night the Greeks twisted to the
music of the Blazers at the sports dance.
Gary Myers, Alpha Kappa Lambda, and Bar-
bara Rowland, Delta Zeta, were elected Mr.
Fraternity and Miss Sorority by the Greeks
attending the dance.
Work projects for the city and college,
such as working at Pertle Springs and the
Railroad Station, and painting curbs were held
Saturday morning. That afternoon a picnic
and games were the order of the day. Fra-
ternities held open house Saturday night as-
sisted by sorority women acting as hostesses.
Sunday, April 29, marked the close of the
second annual CMS Greek Week as Greeks
joined together in a non-denominational
church service in the Chapel.
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Chairman, and Mike Lord, SGA
Homecoming chairman, go over the
final plans for the many activities
set up for the l962 Homecoming.
These plans will outline the work for
many weeks of preparation needed
to organize this event.
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Tri Sig's own Lindo Stomper. Judy Hornig, Sig Kop's choice.
A O Pi's condidote, Joyce Dietz. AST presents Pot Tebbenkomp.
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Wh II g over Homecommgf t t
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Dean Hampton crowns smiling Queen Anne,
A happy Anne learns she is Homecoming Quee
Queen A ne her court
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PRE-HOMECOMING GAME PEP RALLY CHEERS ON THE MULES
Coach Carter, the PED Band, and Cheerleaders spark the rally. The College Pep Band hits a high nate.
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Alpha Kappa Lambda takes tirst place in the Homecoming float competition Warrensburg past present and future
with "Victory by Telestarf' watch the parade
The men of Phi Sigma Epsilon captured third place in the float competition with "Electronic
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Administrative cabinet riding in the Homecoming parade. CMS Cheerleaders don't miss seeing a single one of the many spectators.
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The cheery College Union Cabinet is all smiles in the parade.
Just who did you say was selling Mules pennants for a money making project?
MULES MEET THE SPRINGFIELD BEARS IN GRID ACTION
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with Springfield at Vernon Kennedy field.
Blockers move to clear a path for left halfback Jim D'Alesio as
he circles left end in Homecoming action with Springfield.
Head Coach Richard Carter and assistant coach
Mike Carter peer on as the Mules absorb a 27-0
beating by Springfield in the CMS Homecoming
Sophomore tackle Dick Kessler gets special instruc-
tions from coaches Richard Carter and Kenneth
Robb before entering action.
Halfback Jim Mathenia knifcs his way forward for a gain.
Queen Anne is presented to the Home-
coming crowd at Vernon Kennedy field.
Halfback- Frank Sprow picks up yardage for the Muies behind good yardage, alumni Qmhef in fhe Union Offer
t e game.
Homecoming candidates ore presented or pre-gorne ceremonies
ALUMNI ATTEND ACTIVITIES AFTER THE GAME
Alumno Mary Chaisson serves from the new Tea service
presented by the summer class of '62.
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Peggy Wadick was Spring Sporfs Queen in 1962
Candidates for Winter Sports Queen were
Linda Wiison, Alpha Sigma Alphag Dee
Beard, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Judi Tittle,
Judi Tittle, Sigma Kappa, receives the Winter
Sports Queen's roses.
MR. S MISS CEMO
Mike Lord, Theta Chi, and Barb Roland, Delta Zeta, captures MR, and MISS CEMO title,
Candidates for MR. and MISS CEMO were John Rice, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Louise Smith, Sigma
Kappa, Dean Griswold, Sigma Pi, Sue Ann Hovde, Alpha Gamma Delta, Roy Baker, Tau Kappa
Epsilon, Judy I-Ioward, Alpha Sigma Tau, Mike Lord, Theta Chi, Barbara Rowland, Delta Zeta,
last year's MISS CEMO, Sandra Jennings, Dee Beard, Sigma Sigma Sigma: Bernie Behlau, Alpha
Kappa Lambda, Linda Wilson, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Bo Claxton, Sigma Tau Gamma, Betty Jo
I-Iuft, Alpha 'Omicron Pi.
Barb Roland, MISS CEMO, receives red roses from
Sandy Jennings, last year's MISS CEMO, at the corona-
tion. Mike Lord, MR. CEMO, has been presented
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Seven more girls complete the I963 Best Dressed Girl list, Carol
Johnson, Sigma Kappa, Paulette Hollingsworth, Yeaterj Karin
Burgess, Nickerson, Judee McCammon, Houts Hoseyg Carol Ann
Schmidt, Alpha Sigma Tau. Not pictured, Jo Ann Clark, Sigma
Brenda Bail, Alpha Gamma Delta, Judy
Gardner, SNEAQ and Karen Montgomery,
Alpha Omicron Pi, complete the ten best
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Hunt, Sigma Pig and Sandy Kearney, Holden Hall.
Charlotte Deickman, Hudson Hall, Kathy Pollalis, Delta
Zeta, and Sharon Reardon, Alpha Sigma Alpha are three
more best dressed girls.
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The rayal court of RHETOR 1963 and the reigning queen. Jan O'NeaI, preside at the
Futurama Park Ball, Attendants Maril Cameron, AOPi, Joan Munson, AGDg Second Princess,
Potty Snider, DZ: Queen, Jan O'NeaI, SK: First Princess, Donna Jones, SSS, Attendants,
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Candidates for Beauty Queen were Diane Hughes, Alpha Gamma Delta, Nancy Day, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Nancy
Kincaid, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Mary Ann Koch, Alpha Omicron Pi, Marilyn Coulter, Alpha Sigma Tau, Bobbi
Jean Kalousek. Not Pictured, Pam Brady, Independent Women's Association, Cheryl Pelton, Sigma Kappa.
UMOC Candidates were George Carney, Acacia, Jerry Hightower, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Abe Clark, Tau
Kappa Epsilon, John Gossey, Theta Chi. Not pictured: J, B. Frost, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Larry Sohn, Sigma Tau
Gamma, Frank Peterson, Sigma Pi.
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Football Mentor Richard Carter and the
Mules through the l962 grid campaign
period. Standing from left to right are John
Richardson, Bob White, Bob Tompkins, and
Gene Pointerg kneeling are Kenneth Robb,
Carter, and Mike Carter.
NEW COACHING STAFF GRCJOMS YCDUNG SQUAD FOR THE FUTURE
NEW FACES SPARK
1962 MULES TEAM
Ron Neber Jim D'AIesio Dick Phillips Joe Sellman
Dick Kessler Frank Tuggle Jim Mathenia Don Cheever
Joe Shaughnessy Roger Hampton John Mooney Jim Everley
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MULES BEGIN l962 SEASON AGAINST PITTSBURG STATE
Row One: Roger Hampton, Don Cheever, Dick Phillips, Dan
Napierala, Larry Johnson, Keith Hendrix, Frank Tuggle, Archie
Stevenson, Bill Morey, Carl Hursman, Jim D'Alesio, Row Two:
Jim Mathenia, Gil Rector, Bob lldefonso, Jim Richardson, Dick
Kessler, Charles Morely, Jim Everly, Larry Boucom, Jerry Emison,
Adolphus Mooney, Joe Shaughnessy, Hank Spellman, Frank
Sprow. Row Three: Ron Neber, Ted Irving, Joe Sellmon, Jim Crane,
Chuck French, Ted Light, John Williams, Phillip Bruce, George
Zvirigidins, Jerry Huber, Terry Smith, Dale Hutchings. Row Four:
Tony Tocco, Dennis Stephens, Rich Sewell, John Collins, John
Rice, Butch Adams, Gary Barnes, Jerry Carouthers, Reggie Hughes,
Larry Grosko, Rufus Harper, Ron Mirikitanit Row Five: Jerry
Lorenzini, John Brown, Jim Meyers, Jirn Aziere, Leroy Campbell,
Les Lane, Gary Bozarth, Abe Clark, Jerry Coy, Dick Foerstchry
Bozarth, Abe Clark.
A Mule defensive back knifes in for the tackle. Shaughnessy skirts right end
Head Football Mentor Richard Carter diagrams strategy for his assistants, Kenneth Robb and Mike Carter
Assistant Coach Mike Carter discusses assignments on the sidelines during the Males' l
opener with Pittsburg State.
Backs Jim D'Alesio and
Don Cheever take a
breather during an intra-
Mule defenders John Rice l8ll, Jerry
Mule quarterback Joe Allen 223, and Larry Baucom 1629 move
Shaughnessy slashes forward in for the tackle in action with Washburn.
for good yardage in the sea-
son's opener with Pittsburg
The Central Missouri State football Mules ended
their i962 grid season with a 2-6-l record under first
year head coach Richard Carter.
Due to a heavy graduation toll from l96l , the season
was one of rebuilding for Carter as he fielded a team that
was made up mostly of freshmen and sophomores. Lone
senior on the squad ,was l75 pound left halfback Jim
D'Alesio. The powerful back was a standout for the Mules
on defense, and had the distinction of running back two
kickoffs for touchdowns during the season. Sophomores
Carl Hurshman and Joe Shaughnessy and freshman Dick
Foerstch alternated at quarterback for Carter.
CMS finished fourth in the MlAA conference with
a 2-3 mark that included wins over the Northwest Missouri
State Bearcats at Maryville and the Missouri School of
Mines at Rolla.
At Maryville the Mules put together an 87-yard
march and a 98-yard kick-off return in snapping a four
game losing skein and whipping the Bearcats, l3-O.
ln the conference final with Rolla, CMS came back
from a scoreless first half to nose out the Miners, 20-l4.
The Mules put together a 2l-yard run, a kickoff return,
and a three yard plunge for their counters.
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route to paydirt.
A Washburn back picks up a first down before Mule defenders can drive him out of bounds.
The returning cheer-
leaders held a cheerlead-
ing clinic at the beginning
of the year for the new
cheerleaders, elected at a
convocation, Every game
finds them full of pep as
they lead the yells, Syd
Smith is the captain.
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Cheerleaders lift school spirit at the basketball games in Garrison Gymnasium.
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Row One: Coach Gene Bartow, Bob Walters, Mike McFarland, Nelson Loyct, Gary Callaway, Bob Bohn
trainer Marvin Reese. Row Two: Tony Marshall, Dick Brown, Bill Pollock, Ted Connelly, Torn Hewitt
Clarence Cummings. Row Three: Assistant coach Bob Dennis, Bud Vallino, Gordon McFarland, Bob Caine
Frank Chlipala, Ron Lindgren, Keith Craig, graduate assistant Harold Oetting.
A STRENGTHENED CMS BASKETBALL '
Tony Marshall Keith Craig Frank Chlipala Nelson Loyet
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Even these men let their emotions show in the heat of bottle.
Vallino muscles his way in for the bucket. Guard Bob Walters leaps high to d 1
in two against pringfiel .
MULES DUMP SPRINGFIELD, 9I-63, AS VALLINO SCORES Sl
Guard Gordon McFarland bewilders foes as he scoops the
ball up for two points.
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A second half flurry gives CMS o 6l-50 victory over
Maryville at Garrison gym.
Tense moments of the game are
revealed in the eyes of blond cheer-
leader, Linda Wilson.
High stepping Bill Pollock flips up
two amid four Springfield defenders.
That ball has to go in-another
Part of an exciting halftime show
gi 1 -on?
The Central Missouri State basketball Mules closed
out their 1962-63 cage season with a 17-6 overall record,
and a 7-3 MIAA mark, good for a second place tie with
the Kirksville Bulldogs.
The Mules, piloted by second year coach Gene Bartow,
launched the season with a convincing 63-49 non-league
win over the Ottawa University Braves at Sedalia's Smith-
Cotton gym. Before moving into the MIAA Holiday tourna-
ment at Maryville, December 27th, 28th, and 29th, the
Mules took to the road for tough non-loop tilts with Tulsa
University of the Missouri Valley Conference, McMurray
College and Southern Illinois University, CMS dropped
games with the Golden Hurricanes of Tulsa, 68-53, and to
SIU, 63-58, but edged McMurray at Jacksonville, Illinois,
The Mule quintet won their opening round game in
the holiday classic with Kirksville, dropped their second
with Maryville, and bounded back for a thrilling 82-76
triple-overtime win over Springfield for third place in the
Season highlights included a record-shattering 108-82
romp the Rolla Miners at Garrison gym, and a jarring 90-70
upset of the conference champs for the third straight year,
Cape Girardeau at home. The Mules had earlier lost a heart-
breaker to the Indians at Cape, 76-75.
n Outstanding performers for the Mules were rugged
6-4 junior forward Bud Vallino who ended the season with
a 22.3 overall scoring average and a 24.5 MIAA average,
third in the league, senior guard Gordon McFarland, 19.3,
senior guard Bob Walters, 8.8, junior forward Bob Caine,
8.9, senior center Tony Marshall, and senior forward Tom
Hewitt. High-leaping 6-7 sophomore center Bill Pollock
came through with good late season performances to give
Coach Bartow hopes for a fine season in 1963-64.
r The Mule pep band swings in pre-
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, Girardeau press as he fires the ball up
court in the Mules 90-70 win.
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" MIAA Tourney
' Conference games
MIAA TRACK MEET CLIMAXES TRACK SEASCN
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Speedster Lanny Dunhom wins pulling owoy
in the finals of the 220 yord low hurdles.
The Mules greof distoncer
Bill Silverberg finishes for
aheod of the field in the
John Taylor and Lanny Dunham match strides as they move into the lead in the
220 yard low hurdles.
John Taylor's long strides carry him across
the finish line well ahead of the field, as the Mule
mile relay team wins their heat of the race in the
Bill Silverberg goes into the lead before the first
curve, and is never challenged as he wins the two
Ned Day takes the baton from teammate Les Lane as he
starts his leg of the 880 yard relay.
Javelin specialist Herb Miller pre-
pares to release a warmqp throw
before the Mules' dual meet with
Members of the l962 cross country team are Front Row, left to
right: Steve Silverberg, Bill Silverberg and Boyd Groves. Second
Row members are: Jim Davis, Bob Poteet, Jesse Hyder and Rod
Hansin. Members of the squad Not Pictured are: Don Welsh,
John King and Harry Carlton.
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Head Track Coach Richard Carter demonstrates
the proper release of a shot put for an unidentified
Mule squad member.
H u r d I e r a n d
sprinter L a n n y
Dunham and dis-
tance man Bill Sil-
verberg show the
form that brought
them victories in
the MIAA confer-
Heavyweight Bob Hart goes after his foe
in mat action with William Jewell.
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team anxiously analyze the action.
The 1963 varsity wrestling team.
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Star righthand pitcher, Bob Tompkins, at the CMS
varsity baseball team, keeps in shape on the tennis court.
Members of the CMS women's tennis team are:
left to right, Mary Harness, Sally Baldwin, Judy
and Lorna Dycheg kneeling left to right, Susan Shimatsu
SPRI G TENNIS ACTION
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Row One: Bill Cox, Jack McGraw, Jim Mathenia, Harold Wamscams, Gene Barbour, Angelo Valesquez. Row
Two: Don Crank, Bill Dey, Gorden McFarland, Tom Hunter, Dale Hutchings, Wayne Wash, Bill Hill, Bill
Martin, Bob Tompkins, J. B. Frost, Warren Platt, Sam Russell.
The hard-hitting Central Missouri State baseball Mules
finished their i962 season with a 9-6 mark under Coach
Dey, a l96l graduate of CMS and former Mule star
outfielder, built his team from a nucleus of seven outstanding
returning lettermen. The veterans were J. B. Frost, first
baseman, Bill Hill, catcher, Bob Tompkins and Sam Russell,
pitchers, Wayne Wash, Warren Platt, and Tom Hunter,
Newcomers to the squad who saw the first string duty
were infielders Jim Mathenia, Gene Barbour, Mike Banta,
and Garden McFarland, pitcher Bill Martin, and outfielder
Highlights of the season included two double header
sweeps over Northwest Missouri State, and a trip to the
NCAA regional baseball play offs at Jonesboro, Arkansas,
where they won their opening round game.
Mules' flashy infielder, Gene Barbour, slides into
152 third with another stolen base.
Warren Platt signals for outfielder Don Crank to hit the dirt in a scoring attempt set up by a passed ball.
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his booming homerun over the left field fence at Grover park.
I963 LILES VARSITY TEA
Members of the varsity swimming Team ore, Row One: Farris Wilson, Bill Colvin,
Diane Hall, Tom Mockobey, Dave Noble, and Coach Tom Hairabedian. Row Two:
Pete Beyer, Hank Lewis, Dick Farrond, Glen Russell. Row Three: Ford Ferguson,
Tom Campbell, Tim Schowolter, Craig Conatsey.-
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members are, Row One: Freshman Coach Floyd Walker,
Howard Fritz, Wayne Crooks, Jim Brown, Steve
Silverberg, Steve Olson. Row Two: Ralph Laughlin, Jim
Wilson, Rich Rose, Kent McMillan, Jim Gurley, Rich
Sher, Dale Hensley. Row Three: Wayne Bill, Mike
Greim, Jack Bozarth, Pat Garry, Bob Orchid, Carl
Bowlers deliberate on their scores
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UNION BOWLI G LANES
Bowler approaches the starting line.
Larry Pelver and Marty Rosengarn, bowling champs
at K.U. tourney, go to national championship roll-offs.
First place winners ot the K.U. bowling tourney were
Marty Rosengorn Sandy Gulick, Delores Mann, Judy
Helmburger cmd Ellen Arrington.
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his long-awaited diploma.
Seniors take the lost walk across campus as they
go to graduation ceremonies.
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Blue Springs Charlotte, North Carolina Sedalia Sedalia Van Buren, Maine
SNEA Math Business Political Science
Alpha K a p p a Lambda, Phi Sigma Epsilon, lnter- Newman Club, Foreign
pledge master fraternity Council, Young Language C l u b, Young
Republicans, Religious Lite
Democrats, Business Man-
SGA assembly honor key, special award, Student Body Vice President,
SGA assembly chairman, Phi Sigma Epsilon, president, "Cemost" prize
winner, IFC, Prexy Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Chorus, Freshman Counselor
Theta Chi, corresponding secretary, historian, Crescendo, SNEA, Choir,
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Colhecon, Orchesis, SNEA, AWS Judiciary Coun-
cil, Yeoter l-lall Council, secretary, treasurer, Student Center Com-
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Crescendo, SNEA, Choir, Orchestra, Band
Pi Kappa Lambda, Crescendo, president, SNEA, Prexy Club, Young
Foster Hall Council, Choir, Madrigal
Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa
Delta Pi, SNEA, Baptist
SNEA, Modern Foreign
Language Club, Baptist
Student Union, Student
Center Committees, Band
Crescendo, SNEA, Lia-
hona, Choir, Orchestra,
Band, Collegiate Bond,
Opera Workshop, Guys
and Dolls, Deon's List, GIBLERI Helen
Dean's Honor Roll, CMS Jefferson City GILL, William A.
Madrigcl Singers Drgmq Independence
SNEA, Collegiate 4-H, Pep Club
Sigma Kappa, Panhellenic representative, Panhellenic, registration com-
mittee choirman, Alpha Phi Delta, president, ACE, SNEA
GRAY, Judy Jean
Crescendo, SNEA, Baptist Student Union, AWS Assembly, Music Edu-
cators Nationol Conference,
Outing Club, president, SNEA, Prexy Club, Intramurals
SNEA, Young Democrats,
Baptist Student Union, Student Center Com-
Sigma Tau Gamma, Industrial Arts
GR ISWOLD, Ronald
Sigma Pi, rush chairman, SNEA, Young Democrats, Student Center
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Club, SNEA, Alpha Phi
Delta Zeta, Alpha Ph
Delta, SNEA, REW Com-
mittee, Todd Hall vice
president, Student Centei
Committees, Hall of Rec
Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa
Mu Epsilon, SNEA
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Rush
Chairman, Vice President,
Panhellenic Council, Con-
stitution Revision a nd
Handbook Chairman, Or-
chesis, President, SNEA,
Pem Club, WRA, Modern
Foreign Language Club,
Prexy Club, Young Repub-
licans, Secretary, SGA
Student Assembly, AWS
Wa rrensburg, Mo.
Ideal, South Dakota
Beta Alpha, Young Demo-
Kansas City, Mo.
Sigma Pi, Crescendo, SNEA, Chorus, Orchestra
HARNESS, Mary Ann
SNEA, Pem Club, WRA
HARSIP, Rodney, R.
Young Democrats, Religious Life Council, Liahona worship chairman,
REW Committee, worship chairman, Track
HAYNES, Joyce Elaine
Kappa-Mu Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club, SNEA, Religious Life Council,
Oak Hill, secretary, Dean's Honor Roll
HAYES, James C.
Jefferson City, Mo.
Sigma Kappa, SNEA
Alphi Phi Omega, treasurer, Business Manage-
ment Club, vice president, president, Prexy Club, Society for Advance-
ment of Management, president, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll,
Osborne Hall Council, Hall of Recognition, SGA Senate, OIA
Theta Chi, treasurer,
HEIL, Sharon L. ,
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Sigma Sigma Sigma, Carr. Sec., Best Dressed Girl, SNEA Y ' I
HECK, A. J.
SNEA, Young Republicans
HELMS, Thomas L.
Alpha Kappa Lambda, IFC,
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Sigma Sigma Sigma
SNEA, Business Education Club, Secretarial Science Club, Newman
Club, Student Center Committee
Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA, Association tor Childhood Education, Inter-
national Relatians Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary, English Club,
Modern Foreign Language Club, Young Democrats, Baptist Student
M Club, Letter-Wrestling, Dormitory
HOESTETTER, Nancy HOLDEMAN, Jerry HOLLEY, Kenneth C. HOLTZEN, Carol D. HOOVER, Priscilla J.
Tipton Kansas City Warsaw Cole Camp Odessa
Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Business SNEA, Wesley
Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta
Pi, SNEA, English Club
Dean s List Dean
Seto Chi, sergeant-at-
ms, M o d e r n Foreign
inguage Club, Young
zmocrats, Business Man-
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Physical Education Club,
M Club, Baseball Letter
HORNIG, Judith F.
Scholarship Cup, Todd Hall Council
Alpha Sigma Tau, Outing Club, Secretarial Science Club
HOWE, Steve T.
Cosmopolitan Club, Psychology Club
HUGHES, John D.
HUHMANN, William J.
Alpha Kappa Lambda,
New Market, Iowa
HUNZINGER, Charles HURSH, Veflyf' HURSHMAN, l-UVVY
Wafrensburg Warrensburg Kansas City
Young Democrats, Accounting Club,
Sigma Kappa, vice president, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi,
SNEA, Colhecon, Homecoming Attendant, RHETOR, Hall of Recogni-
tion, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Union Committee, Sorority
Phi Sigma Epsilon, corresponding secretary, Junior Class President,
CMSC Players, SNEA, Young Republicans, Wesley, SGA Senate
HUTTON, David L.
Dean's Honor Rall, Prexy
Club, English Club, vice
president, Modern Foreign
Language Club: SNEAI
Young Republicans, presi-
dent, Wesley, Mock Legis-
lature, Jefferson City
Independence JEFFERS, Michael JENKINS, Gerald
Delta Zeta Warrensburg Kansas City
Sigma Sigma Sigma,
Dean's List, Alpha Phi
Delta, Hall of Recognition,
Kappa Delta Pi, Miss
CEMO, Sports Queen,
Prexy Club, Head Cheer-
leader, Guys and Dolls,
Finian's Rainbow, PEM
Club, AWS Assembly,
vice president, Judiciary
Council, Student Union
Committee C h air m a n,
Wichita Falls, Tex.
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Crescendo, SNEA, Chorus, Orchestra, Band
JOHNSON, Jean C.
SNEA, Business Education
JOHNSON, Kenneth W.
Club, Student Center Committee
Sigma Tau Gamma, president, IFC, Prexy Club, Business Management
Club, Gamma Delta
Sigma Sigma Sigma, vice
president, Best Dressed Girl, Hall Council,
Prexy Club, RHETOR Candidate, SNEA, AWS, president, corresponding
secretary, AWS Assembly,
JONES, Janice M.
Sigma Kappa, SNEA, AW
Center Committee, Chorus
JONES, Judith A,
Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA
JORDAN, Linda L.
Kansas City W
S Assembly, Houts-Hosey, secretary, Student
SNEA, Newman Club, Dormitory Officer
Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha P
Prexy Club, SGA Senate
hi Sigma, Secretary Treasurer, English Club,
Kansas Cit Mo.
Kansas City, Mo.
Alpha Sigma Tau, Panhel
lenic Council, SNEA, ACE,
Houts-Hosey Hall Council
Student Center Commit-
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Kansas City, Mo.
Alpha Kappa Lambda,
Rush Chairman, lnterfra
ternity Council, SNEA, ln
ternational Relations Club
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi
Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma,
Beta Beta Beta, Kappa
Delta Pi, Dolphins, SNEA,
Yeater Hall, Secretary,
Kansas City, Mo.
Delta Zeta, corresponding secretary, Pi Omega Pi, SNEA, United Campus
Christian Fellowship, Todd Hall, corresponding secretary, Student Center
Theta Chi, lnterfraternity Council, Prexy Club, Young Democrats, SGA
Executive Council, Phillips'Osborne-Diemer, Student Center Cabinet,
Student Center Committees, Freshman Class President
Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Majorette, Candidate for UMOC Beauty
KING, Rosalie J,
Crescendo Club, Liahona, Chorus, Choir, Band
SNEA, Association for Childhood Education, Yeater Hall Council,
KIRCHHOFF, Ruby Marlene
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Physical Educators Club, SNEA
Acacia, pledgemaster, IFC, president
KOCH, Mary Ann
Alpha Omicron Pi, Prexy Club, Secretarial Science Club, United Campus
Christian Fellowship, Student Union Cabinet, AWS Assembly and Choir
KOEHLER, Leonard A.
Sigma Kappa, vice president, song leader, SNEA, Association for Child-
hood Educotian, SGA Assembly Senate, AWS Assembly, Choir, Student
Union Cabinet, Student Center Committee
Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta,
CMSC Players, SNEA, English Club, Modern Foreign Language Club,
Prexy Club, United Campus Christian Fellowship, REW Committee, Hall
ot Recognition, Dean's List, Dean's Honor Rall, Student Union Cabinet,
Student Union Committees, RHETOR, RHETOR Ball co-chairman
LADUKE, James F.
Alpha Kappa Lambda
LAMB, Edward C.
Phi Sigma Epsilon, More and Torch, president, Prexy Club, SGA Execu-
tive Council, convocation chairman, vice president, Orchestra, Band,
Essig Troup, College TV Show, assistant producer, Honors Program
LAMONT, Marilyn J.
LANGE, Donald E.
Beta Alpha, Industrial Arts
LANGFORD, Linda Kay
Sigma Kappa, Panhellenic Council, Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA, Prexy
Club, Religious Lite Council, Newman Club, REW Committee, SGA
Assembly Senate, SGA Executive Council, Dormitory Officer, president
LEE, Michael G.
LEGSDIN, Margo Ann
Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Mu Phi Epsilon, Crescendo, SNEA,
AWS Assembl ' Houts-Hose Resident Assistant' North Hall Hall oun-
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Delta, SNEA, Prexy Club,
AWS Assembly, Judiciary
Council, Dormitory offi-
cer, Todd Hall Resident
Assistant, Nickerson Hall
Resident Assistant, Or-
chestra, Hall of Recogni-
LIECHTI, Joyce Ann
Delta Zeta, Alpha Phi
Delta, Secretarial Science
Club, Student Center Com-
SNEA, Cosmopolitan Club,
English C I u b, Modern
Foreign Language Club,
Young Republicans, Relig-
ious Lite Council, United
Campus Christian Fellow-
ship, REW Committee, ln-
ternational F r i e n d ship
Award, Student Center
Committees, Chorus, RHE-
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LINVILLE, Sydney Smith
Alpha Sigma Alpha, corresponding secretary, Ponhellenic Council,
SNEA, Pep Club, Hall of Recognition, Best Dressed Girl Candidate,
Winter Sports Queen, Miss CEMO Candidate, UMOC beauty candi-
date, Head Cheerleader
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Alpha, Industrial Arts Club, Young Demo-
crats, Orchestra, Track
Phi Sigma Epsilon, treasurer, Accounting Club, SGA Assembly Senator
LONG, Leland Edward
Acacio, Kappa Mu Epsilon, vice president, lndustrial Arts Club, SNEA,
Prexy Club, Young Democrats, Phillips-Osborne Executive Council
LOOK, Mildred C.
Hall ot Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, AWS Assembly, Sigma Kappa,
president, Panhellenic, Prexy Club, Beta Alpha, Student Center Com-
LOUDON, Sue Ann
Alpha Gamma Delta, Panhellenic Council, CMSC Ployers, secretary,
Theta Alpha Phi, president, Pem Club, Prexy Club, Traffic Court,
Student Center Committee, Bond, Dolphins, Drama Awards, Hall of
MC COLLUM, Jim
MC COLLUM, Melba
MC DOWELL, Donna Jean
Kappa Mu Epsilon, SNEA,
Canterbury Club, Houts-
Hosey Council, Student
Center Committee, Chorus
MC ENTIRE, John O,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, SGA
Assembly, Senate, Holden
Hall Council, Hudson Hall
Council, D i e m e r Hall
Council, F o s t e r Hall
MC FARLAND, Gordon MC GOWAN, Jerry MC KEE, Janice Kay
Troy, Illinois Kansas City Centertown
Physical Education Biology Elementary Education
M Club, Varsity Basket- Beta Beta Beta, vice pres- Alpha Omicron Pi, SNEA
ball, All-MIAA ident, Outing Club, presi- Baptist Student Union
dent, Prexy Club
MC MAHAN, Nancy
MAASEN, Patricia A.
Sigma Kappa, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi
Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma,
Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega
Pi, SNEA, Prexy C l u b,
Young Democrats, Secre-
tarial Science Club, Re-
ligious Life Council, New-
Mugic man Club, REW Commit-
Crescendo, SNEA, Choir, MC NIECE, Allen D. tee, Houts Hosey Dormi-
Orchestra Warrensburg tory Officer
MARSHALL, Anthony S.
SGA, executive council, citizenship chairman, M Club, Varsity Basket-
ball, Award Winner, Delta Sigma Beta Epsilon, Wall Street Journal
Alpha Sigma Alpha, AWS Association for Childhood Education, Prexy
Club, Gamma Delta, Young Democrats, Honors Program, Hall of Recog-
nition, Dean's Honor Roll, Chorus, Houts Hosey Judiciary Board, People-
to-People Student Ambassador, Student Union Committees, Student
Union Cabinet, Foreign Language Club, Psychology Club, SNEA
Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Houts Hosey, treasurer, Student Union
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sentinel, Psychology Club, Chorus
MEAGHER, Jean Carol
Modern Foreign Language Club, Young Democrats, Newman Club
MEANS, Shirley Jean
Independent Women's Association, Collegiate 4-H, SNEA, International
Relations, Prexy Club, Young Democrats, Business Educational Club,
SGA Student Assembly, SGA Honor Key, North Hall, president, Dean's
Honor Roll, Chorus
Modern Foreign Language Club
MEYER, Mary Elizabeth
CMSC Players, Theta Alpha Phi, SNEA
MICHAELS, Richard Allen
MILES, Martha Jane
MALLOY, Hilda Diane
Alpha Phi Delta, Nursing
MARQUA, John M.
Alpha Phi Sigma, E
Beta Beta, Cosmopoli
Club, Modern Fore
Language Club, Det
bbs, New Mexico
smopoliton Club: PSY
glogy Club, Prexy Club
ihona, REW Committee,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha
Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sig-
ma, Kappa Delta Pi,
SNEA, Association for
C h i ld h ood Education,
UCCF, Dean's List, Deon's
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Cres-
cendo, SNEA, Liahona, MOORE, Lonnie R,
Chorus, Choir, Orchestra, Maysville MOORE, Forrest
Band, Essig Director Alpha Kappa Lambda Versailles
MOROTZ, Annette L.
MORRIS, William B,
Sigma Pi, Accounting Club
MORRISON, Diana E.
Dean's Honor Roll, Kappa Mu Epsilon, SNEA, Concert Band, Marching
Independent Women's Association, SNEA, Young Democrats, North
Hall, Hall Council Member
Hall of Recognition, Dean's Honor Roll, Alpha Gamma Delta, rush
chairman, recording secretary, STUDENT, RHETOR, copy editor, Alpha
Phi Delta, Prexy Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Candidate,
Best Dressed Girl, Candidate, RHETOR Queen, SNEA, Dormitory Coun-
cil, Houts Hosey
MURRY, Sharon L.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Wailuku Maui, Hawaii
Alpha Sigma Tau, Ponhellenic Council, Delta Psi Kappa, SNEA, Pem
Club, WRA, secretary-treasurer.
Alpha Xi Delta, social sorority, Qui Est, Dorm Council, Biology Club, 181
Delta Psi Kappa, Pem Club, WRA
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Honors Program
NEILL, Sarah R,
Runnemede, New Jersey
NELSON, Sharon E,
Merchandising 81 Retailing
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NISTENDIRK, David Henry
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Dean's Honor Rollj Dormitory Council, Resident Assistant
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SNEAQ Association for Childhood Educationg Young Dernocratsg United
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PARRIS, Earl L.
Sigma Pi, lnterfraternity Council, SNEA, Young Democrats, Baptist
Student Union, REW Committee, Chorus
PARROTT, James L.
Sigma Tau Gamma, Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, American
Chemical Society, Prexy Club
PATE, Mike W.
Phi Sigma Epsilon
Des Moines, Iowa
PAUL, James M,
Industrial Arts Club
PAYNE, William T.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Sigma KaDDa, Alpha
SNEA, English Club
CMSC Players, Theta
PETITT, Floyd J.
North Kansas City
Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta,
Alpha Phi, SNEA
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Independence Kansas City Kansas CIW Kansas CifY .
Elementary Education Physical Education AFT Elemen'0"Y Educcmon
Omicron Pi, Alpha Physical Educators Club, B970 AIDIWU
Delta, Alpha Phi M Club, Sports Letter
Alpha Phi Sigma,
Delta Pi, Sigma
e s i d e n t,
Sigma Kappa, KODP0 Oml'
cron Phi, Pi Omega Pi,
Colhecon, SNEA, Business
Educational Club, Todd
POWELL Gary POYNTER, William
Acacia, treasurer, lnterfraternity Council, Agriculture Club
Phi Sigma Epsilon. Rush Chairman
Independence g 3,
Alpha Kappa Lambda, recording secretary, pledge master, lnterfra-
ternity Council, SNEA, English Club, Prexy Club, Wesley, SGA Assem-
bly, Traffic Court, RHETOR Key, Associate Editor, Editor
SNEA, English Club, Psychology Club, Young Democrats
Acacia, Agriculture Club
Theta Chi, lntcrfraternity Council, SNEA
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CMSC Players, Orchesis, SNEA, Pem Club, WRA, AWS Assembly,
Student Center Cabinet, Student Union Committee
Lee s Summit
ROSZELL, Frank R,
Sigma Tau Gamma
SANDY, Kenneth David
RODRIGUEZ, Rodolfo F.
New York City, New York
Sigma Tau Gamma, M
Club, RHETOR, The
Theta Chi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Agriculture Club, Delta Tau Alpha
SANN I NG, Barbara
SNEA, Newman Club, Chorus
SELLERS, Virgil Edward
Baptist Student Union
SHAHABI, Ali Reza
Cosmopolitan Club, president
SHEAFFER, Nancy L.
Alpha Phi Delta, SNEA, publicity chairman, Association for Childhood
Education, Wesley, Phi Theta Kappa
SHEPHERD, Kenneth D.
Phi Sigma Epsilon, SNEA, Physical Educators Club
SHINKLE, Mark V.
Dean's Honor Roll, Dean's List, English Club, Foreign Language Club,
Resident Assistant, Chorus
SILL, John S.
Prexy Club, Young Republicans, president, United Campus Christian
Fellowship, vice president, SGA Senate, SGA Honor Key, Traffic Court,
Chief Justice, Student Union Committees, Chorus, RHETOR, People-to-
Alpha Phi Sigma, Dean's List, Accounting Club
SKORNIA, Susan Anne SMALL, Wannita SMILEY, Don
Owensville Kansas City Kansas City
English Physical Education Business
Alpha Ga m m a Delta, SNEA, PEM Club, WRA
SNEA, Modern Foreign
Language Club, Newman
Club, SGA Senate, Dormi-
tory Officer, Student Union
STARK, Doris Jane STEELE, Gina
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Inter-
fraternity Council, secre-
tary, Business Management
Club, Society tor Advance-
m e n t of Management,
Student Union Committees
Theta Chi, Student Union Committees
SMITH, John Clyde
Theta Chi, pledge marshal, alumni secretary, Alpha Phi Omega,
treasurer, president, Young Democrats, president, vice president, Prexy
Club, Newman Club, Phillips Osborne Diemer, president
Dormitory Council, Student Union Committees, REW Committees, Social
Dance Club, Pep Club, Sigma Kappa, President of Pledge Class,
Candidate tor CEMO, Association for Childhood Education, SNEA,
Dean's List, Dean's Honor Rall, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi
Omega Pi, secretary, Business Education Club, SNEA
SPARLING, Marilyn Mansur
Sigma Kappa, SNEA, United Campus Christian Fellowship, Nickerson
Hall, Student Union Committees
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Alpha Omicron Pi, Kappa
Omicron Phi, Colhecon,
SNEA, Prexy Club, Young
Republicans, United Cam-
pus Christian Fellowship,
Student Union Committee
Acacia, SNEA7 YOUHQ
Republicans, United Cam-
pus Christian Fellowship,
SGA Student Assembly,
Social Dance Club, Assist-
ant Head Steward of Foster
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan-
hellenic Council, A I p h a
Phi Delta, Dolphins, SNEA,
English Club, SGA Senate,
AWS Assembly, Judiciary
STRUBE, Charles C.
STEWART, Betty Ann
Secretarial Science Club
Cosmopolitan Club, historian, Baptist Student Union, vice president
STUERKE, Bill D.
SUMMERS, Loretta Joyce
STUDENTX Reporter, Business Education Club, SNEA, Chorus, Student
SWEARNGIN, Wanda A.
TAYLOR, Charles L.
Merchandising and Retailing
Tau Kappa Epsilon
TAYLOR, Juanita J.
TAYLOR, Larry W.
TEAGUE, Edward A.
THOMAS, Donald Arth
THOMPSON, Deanna K.
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B u s i n e s s Management
Club, Newman Club
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Tau Kappa Epsilon
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Spring Hill, Kansas
Dean's List, Alpha
Alpha Sigma Alpha, song-
leader, sorority Sweetheart,
Houts Hosey Glee Club,
director, Essig Troupe,
Solo Clarinetist, Senior
Recital, Concert Band,
Marching Band, M u sic
Educators National Con-
ference, SNEA, Newman
Club, Hall of Recognition'
Alpha Omicron Pi
TITSWORTH, George A,
TOMMEY, Anna L.
TIEMAN, Katherine Ann
Alpha Sigma Alpha, presi-
d e n t, parliamentarian,
Panhellenic Council, Prexy
Club, Business Education
TILLMAN, Morris R.
Dean's List, Dean's Honor
Roll, Dormitory Council,
Dean's List, Physical Education Majors Club, SNEA, Women's Recrea-
tional Association, reporter, Baptist Student Union, president, devo-
TOUSLEY, Lois R.
ACE, SNEA, Young Republicans, Liahona Fellowship, publicity
Alpha Gamma Delta, chaplain, English Club, Modern'Foreign Language
Dean's Honor Roll, AWS Judiciary Board, Houts-Hosey, vice president,
Resident Assistant, SNEA
VOLLENWEIDER, Rebecca A.
ACE, secretary, Program Chairman, SNEA, Chorus
WALCH, Thomas F.
Social Studies and English
Dean's List, SNEA
WALDREN, Nancy Kay
WALKER, Artie E.
Kappa Omicron Phi, treasurer, Colhecon
WALKER, Janice Sue
Sigma Kappa, Beta Alpha, RHETOR Princess, SNEA, Student Union
Dean's Honor Roll' M Club vice resident, Basketball, letterman,
WALTERS, Robert E.
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Alpha Gamma Delta, Colhecon
Alpha Kappa Lambda, pledge master
General Business Club, vice president
Houts Hosey Hall Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Wintergreen Boll
Queen, Best Dressed Girl Candidate, ACE, SNEA, OIA, Freshman
Counselor, Student Progressive Party
WENTZ, Jon Austin
WHITE, Barbara WHITE, Delores Kathleen WHITE, Fergueson Todd
Tipton Kansas City Lexington
Special Education Biology
WHITE, Joseph WHITE, Margaret
Biology Elementary Educat
Roll, Beta Sigma Tau Gamma, Beta Band
Beta Beta, Outing Club
WILSON Wilbur WOLFF, Fred WOODRUM, Lee
Independence Cameron Warrensburg
Dean s Honor Roll Alpha Kappa Lambda,
president, IFC, Prexy
Club, American Chemical
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Acacia, house manager, Varsity Track, ACE, Outing Club
Elementary and Special Education
Dormitory Council, ACE, Industrial Arts Club, SNEA, Chorus, Fresh-
Retailing and Merchandising
Houts Hall Dormitory Council, Merchandising and Retailing Club,
Chorus, Alpha Omicron
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Delta Zeta, president, Delta Zeta Woman of the Year, Hall ot Recogni-
tion, Dean's Honor Roll, Senior Class vice president, Panhellenic Rep-
resentative, Prexy Club, Society for the Advancement ot Management,
Women's Recreational Association, Concert Band, -Student Union
Spanish and English
Hall of Recognition, Dean's
List, Dean's Honor Roll,
H o s e y Hall Dormitory
Council, Alpha Lambda
Delta, president, Alpha
Phi Delta, Prexy Club,
English Club, Modern For-
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dent, C a n c e rt Band,
College Orchestra, Chorus,
Alpha Gamma Delta, Hall
of Recognition, Dea n 's
List, Dean's Honor Roll,
Alpha Phi Delta, presi-
dent, Prexy Club, Alpha
Phi Sigma, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Social Dance Club,
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Elemento ry Education
Independence YOUNG, Floyd Joy
English Lee's Summit
YOUNG, Mary Sue
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Resident center students use library facilities
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Extension school freshman learns how to use
the cord catalogue.
Typing students at the Independence
residence center check their com-
Students make use of the library to study for exams.
Coeds leave Houts Hosey on their way 'ro classes.
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Abney, Barbara 2
Achauer, Ann l
Adams, Deanna 2
Adams, Diana 2
Adams, James 2
Adams, Marilyn 4
Adams, Peggy 3
Adams, Richard 2
Adams, Robert l
Adams, Vernon l
Adams, Vernon 2
Adkins, E. D. l
Adkins, Mary 3
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Adler, William 3
Ahle, Dorothy l
Ady, Janette 2
Ahle, Margaret 2
Ahmann, Albert l
Ahrnann, Karol 2
Ahmann, Sarah l
Aimsworth, Judith 1
Akin, Lowell 3
Aleshire, Glenn 3
Alexander, Edwin 3
Allbrook, Michael l
Allen, Anito l
Allen, Donna 3
Allen, JoAnn 3
Allen, Patricia 1
Allen, Raymond 2
Allen, Robert 2
Allen, Robert 2
Allison, Robert 3
Allyn, Sharon 2
Ambrosius, Norman l
Amor, Herbert 2
Anderson, Barbara l
Anderson, William 2
Anderson, Burnetta l
Anderson, Gary l
Anderson, Judith l
Anderson Mary 2
Anderson Richard 3
Anderson Warren l
Andrews, Colin 2
Andrews, Ann 2
Angel, John 2
Antinori, Howard 3
Anton, Jacqueline l
Applegate, James 3
Apprill, Lawarence 2
Arndt, Darrell 3
Arrington, Mary l
Asbaugh, Helen l
Ashbough, Kay 2
Ashby, Charles 2
Asher, James l
Askew, James 1
Atkins, Edwin l
Atkinson, Larry l
Atkinson, Mary l
Atwell, Mary Ann
Austin, Kathy l
Auer, Charles 3
Ayers, Richard 2
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Babb, Barbara l
Bohner, Paul 2
Bail, Brenda 3
Bailey, Kenneth l
Bailey, Roger 3
Bake, Everett 2
Baker, Betty 2
Baker, Kenneth 2
Baker, Ronnie 2
Baker, Sharon 3
Baker, Susan l
Baldwin, Gary l
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Ball, Nancy 3
Ballenger, James 3
Bane, Dennis l
Banister, Dennis l
Banta, Michael 3
Barbarick, Sue 2
Bardgett, Danald 2
Bargtrede, Delbert l
Barker, Judi l
Barnes, Gary 2
Barnes, Mary 3
Barnes, Wesley l
Barnett, Ed 2
Barnett, Fred l
Barnett, Uel 2
Barr, Gerald 2
Barr, Gerald 2
Barrale, Patricia 2
Bartles, Gary 2
Barth, Shirley 3
Barth, Wilbur 2
Barry, Donna 2
Barry, Robert i
Bartlett, Cynthia l
Bartlett, James 2
Basham, James l
Bashore, Norman 2
Basquette, Ronald 3
Bates, Mary l
Batschelet, Shirley 3
Battagler, Judith 2
Battles, Kathy i
Bauer, Robert 2
Baugher, Judy 3
Bauman, Garry i
Bausby, Henrietta 3
Boyne, Somrnie 2
Beebe, Donald 2
Bealmear, Sue 'l
Beaman, Fred l
Beard, John l
Bedsaul, Peggy l
Beer, Wayne l
Bcisley, Janice l
Bell, James 3
Bell, Jewell 2
Bell, Lettie 2
Bell, Mike 2
Bell, Patricia i
Bell, Ronald 1
Bell, Thomas 3
Bellerson, David 'l
Belshe, Ronald 2
Beltram, Jon 3
Beltrame, Tony 2
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Black, Perry 2
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Blankenship, Mary 3
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Bowers, Alice l
Bowers, Mike 2
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Boyd, James 2
Boyd, Jacqueline l
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Brady, Patrick 3
Bradley, William l
Brady, Weldon 3
Branch, Sue 2
Brandes, Betty l
Brandhorst, Carol l
Brandt, Jan l
Branson, Rita l
Branson, Sharon 3
Brant, Andrew l
Brandt, Gary 3
Braswell, Sally l
Bratcher, Harold l
Brauer, Lola 2
Braun, Harding l
Braytan, Linda l
Breashers, Robert l
Brenner, Carolyn 3
Breon, Diane 2
Breon, Kenneth l
Breon, Leonard l
Brewer, Elbert 2
Bright, Vernon 3
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Brooks, Dale l I
Brooks, Lynda l
Brooks, Mildred l
Brooks, Stella 2
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Brown, Mona 3
Brown, Richard D. l
Brown, William l
Browne, Robert l
Brownfield, Joyce 2
Bruce, David 2
Bruns, Elma 3
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Buch, David l
Buchaan, Cecil l
Buck, Sandy 2
Buck, Thomas 3
Buckey, Thad l
Buckley, Raymond l
Buckley, Vivian 2
Buddenburg, Paul l
Bueker, Elizabeth 2
Bueker, Sue l
Buhr, Roger 2
Buic, Charles l
Bultemeier, Charles l
Burch, Andrew 2
Burch, Monte 2
Burckholder, Lee l
Buraenger, Dan 3
Burgess, Charles l
Burgess, Karin 3
Burkel, Katherine l
Burkhalder, Barbara 2
Burnfin, Tom l
Burns, Judith 3
Burns, Linda l
Burns, Ralph 3
Burns, Sharon 2
Burtin, Marylin 3
Burton, Arthur 3
Burwell, Toni 2
Busbee, Charlee l
Busch, Larna 2
Bush, Jerry l
Busch, Janet 2
Bush, Jeanette l
Butcher, Jerry 3
Butterfield, Paul l
Buttermare, Ann 2
Cacioppo, Alex 2
Cadle, John 2
Cadorette, Art 2
Cain, Casey l
Cairns, Dorothy 2
Coldwell, Lawrence l
Caldwell, Lonnie 2
Caldwell, Raymond 3
Callen, William l
Collis, Linda l
Calvin, William l
Cameron, Alfred 2
Cameron, Maril 3
Campbell, Harry l
Campbell, Lewis l
Campbell, Mary l
Campbell, Nancy 2
Campbell, Rebecca 2
Campbell, Russell l
Campbell, Thomas l
Campbell, Vicky l
Canatsey, Dennis 2
Conney, Marsha l
Canning, Ralph l
Carder, Kerry l
Carder, Ronald 2
Carlisle, David l
Carlton, Harry 2
Carney, Fran 3
Carney, George 3
Carpenter, Charles 2
Carpenter, Patricia 2
Carr, Gail l
Carrel, Jerry 2
Carroll, Paul l
Carson, David 3
Carter, James l
Carter, Karen l
Cartwright, Norma 3
Caruthers, Karen l
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Cawein, Valerie 2
Cecil, Betty Joann 2
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Choffin, Robert l
Chambers, John 2
Champ, Doyle 'I
Chandler, Don 'l
Chaney, Larry l
Chaney, Martha 2
Chappell, Dennis 2
Chapple, Doris 2
Cheever, Donald 2
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Childress, Betty 3
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Choate, David l
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Christy, Wes 3
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Clork, Abner 3
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Clark, Karen l
Clark, Robert l
Clark, Ronald 3
Clay, Jennefer l
Claxton, Bolian 3
Clemens, Stephen l
Cleveland, Mark l
Clevenger, Clayton 2
Clevenger, Jerry l
Clevenger, Larry l
Cleyenger, Rodney l
Clift, Lyle 3
Closser, Daniel l
Clothier, Pat l
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Cloud, Stephen 2
Coates, Janet l
Coates, Lillard l
Coats, Cecil Marie 2
Coats, Nancy l
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Cox, Dorothy 3
Cox, Elbert 2
Cox, James 2
Cox, Jane 3
Cox, Joanna I
Cox, Larry 3
Cox, Linda 3
Cox, Nancy 2
Cox, Randolph 2
Cox, William 3
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Craig, Madge 3
Craig, Marion 2
Craig, William I
Crain, Charles I
Crandall, Donna 2
Crane, James 2
Crank, Carol 3
Cravens, Kenneth 2
Crawford, Edward 3
Crawford, Paul 3
Creech, Edward 2
Creek, Charles I
Creel, Elizabeth 2
Crockett, Kenneth 3
Cromley, Robert J. I
Crook, Barbara 2
Crooks, Wayne I
Cross, Alana 2
Cross, Eva 2
Cross, Sharon 2
Crouthers, Jerry 2
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Cummings, Susan I
Cummings, Kay I
Cummins, Norma I
Curnper, Barbara I
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Dowler, Loretta 2
Downing, Donald 2
Downing, Larry l
Drake, June l
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Dunkin, Jerry 3
Dunn, Donald 3
Dunning, George 3
Dunning, Robert 3
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Durham, Carol l
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Durst, Eileen 3
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Eades, Bill l
Eaglesfield, Carol l
Eberlin, Myrna l
Eberting, Richard 2
Eck, Clarence 2
Eck, Gary l
Eck, Kathryn 2
Eckerle' Jeanette 2
Eckert, Linda l
Eckhoff, Kenneth 3
Eddy, Barrie 2
Eddy, Betty Sue 2
Edmundsan, Helen I
Edwards, Stella 2
Egler, Gerald 2
Ehlebracht, Grace 2
Ehrhardt, Carol 2
Eickoff, Jeanette 2
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Eidson, Claude 3
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Ekstrom, Nell 2
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McCarthy, Bonnie 2
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McCrea, Jerry 3
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McDonald, James 3
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McDonald, Judy 3
McDonald, Martha 3
McDonald, Michael 2
McDougall, George 3
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McEwen, Jimmy 3
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McFadden, Cindy 3
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Mclferrin, Sandra 2
McGinnis, Jim 2
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McMahan, Judith l
McMichael, Glen l
McMilIian, Robert l
McMurtrey, Kenneth 3
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Means, Oleta 2
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Mengel, Carol 2
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Spielbush, David l
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Voss, Patricia 2
Wafel, Wilbur 2
Wagoner, Jane l
Wahlstedt, Wendell 2
Waisner, Gary l
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Walker, Brenda l
Walker, Chris 2
Walker, Frank 3
Walker, Gary. 3
Wallace, Gerald 2
Walker, Janice 3
Walker, Sandra 3
Walker, Stanley l
Wallace, Gerald 2
Waller, Wendle 3
Wallis, Elaine l
Wallis, Jeanie 3
Walton, Beverly 2
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Weaver, Gary 3
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Wheatley, Thomas l
Wheaton, Thomas l
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White, Bruce l
White, Don l
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Whitmer, Gaylon 3
Whitmer, Jack 2
Whyte, William 2
Williams, John l
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Wiles, Mary l
Wilkerson, Donna l
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Wilson, Micheal l
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Yocum, Don l
Yokley, Reba l
Young, Robert I
Young, Van 3
Young, Wayne l
Young, Alma l
Yount, Phyllis l
Yowell, Kenneth l
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Accounting Club . . .
Mace and Torch . .
Major and Maiorettes .
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Alpha Omicron Pi .
Alpha Phi Delta .
Alpha Phi Omega .
Alpha Phi Sigma . .
Alpha Sigma Alpha
Alpha Sigma Tau .
Modern Foreign Language
Mr. and Miss CEMO . .
Newman Club . .
North Hall Council .
Nursing Club . .
Outing Club . . .
Panhellenic Council .
Phi Sigma Epsilon . .
American Chemical Society
Applied Arts and Sciences
Association of Childhood Education . .
Association of Women Students . .
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Baptist Student Union
Baseball . . .
Beauty and UMOC .
Beta Alpha . .
Beta Beta Beta .
Board of Regents .
Business Division .
Canterbury Club .
CMSC Players .
Colhecon . . .
Collegiate Chorus . .
Cosmopolitan Club .
Crescendo Club .
Deans . . .
Physical Education Division .
Physical Education Club . .
Physical Education Majors Club .
Pi Kappa Lambda . . .
Pi Omega Pi . .
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Psychology Club . .
Religious Life Council .
RHETOR Queen . .
RHETOR Staff . . .
Science and Math Division .
Secretarial Science Club . .
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Gamma Delta .
Governor Dalton .
Hall Councils .
Homecoming . . .
Independence Residence Center . .
Society for Advancement of
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Student Union Committees
STUDENT Staff . . .
Student Supreme Court .
Tau Kappa Epsilon ,
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Traffic Court .
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Kappa Omicron Phi . .
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